Manazil as-Sa’ireen #63 – Chapter on Inspiration

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So,

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in order to proceed and so, today we would have

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or

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the station of will ham or the station of inspiration and

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in fact inshallah we would have, we would finish the chapter on ribbon

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or you use your if you want to call it usually

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start with

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from an ad in

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Stations of the wayfarers by Mr. Malhotra we died in the year 481, after the hatred of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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in the station of

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inspiration, Palazzo del Corolla the moment akademia Tkv.

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Allah the Almighty has said said the one who had knowledge from the Scripture, I will bring it to you before your glands returns to you, I would bring it to you before your glands returns to you and this is sort of the num.

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Basically, what the chief wanted to say here is that this person who had knowledge, that knowledge of the Scripture

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that is related to him somehow

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because the alarm is basically what Allah

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casts in your heart, some knowledge

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that is direct from him,

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not through a medium.

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So it is not through the medium of the law.

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And it is not through the medium of basically intellectual inquiry.

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It's not something it's not a cover of solid

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because how do people acquire knowledge

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people acquire knowledge by the sound of the intellect

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the their senses

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and the harbor sadhak which is the truthful

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news infrared light report narration

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hearing something truthful from someone who is trustworthy

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that is how people acquire knowledge.

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So, the you know, there are others verses in the Quran that would have been clear,

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but also you have noticed in on how he sometimes wants to be subtle

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and

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sometimes and particularly in some of the chapters that we will cover inshallah, and that is not detract from the status of a developer hardly whatsoever.

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But, you know, basically, state the fact that,

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mysticism, sometimes it does not serve the purpose of Sufism,

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mysticism does it sometimes does not serve the purpose of purification,

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because when things become too subtle,

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too ambiguous,

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then they start to lose their effect on the hearts.

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Sometimes, a little bit of subtlety would encourage us to contemplate reflect, what encouraged us to use our intellect and the inside of our hearts to discover the hidden meanings.

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But, but certainly

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too much subtlety or mysticism does not serve the purpose quite well.

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So

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my in my data set again, what he attempted to do is that he attempted to reconcile between the knowledge of the exterior and the knowledge of the interior and to remove the mysticism, keep the Sufism without the mysticism.

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And that is certainly and that's certainly important for us.

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And he was certainly

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Successful method

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rahima Humala Jamia.

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So, anyway, the CFE wants to say that the one who have knowledge of the Scripture is one who had something that is of the category of a lamb.

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Because, like we said it is knowledge that comes to you directly from a law not through the medium of a law and not through

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intellectual inquiry

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and also it is not through your senses.

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And we will come back and talk about the definition of Adham and we will you know

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and later inshallah, we will talk about the place of harm and the value of harm and what the scholars had said about this particular issue.

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But, after we finish liberado his

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explanation here, he started by the definition as usual, and that he will divided into classified into three different levels. He said 11 common Mohatta seen lm is the station of the Maha dezign

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rasa

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and it is above the station of feroza which is astuteness and we talked about it for rasa before and we will do some disambiguation here.

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They are no financer Obama partner there are ways to say but Allah sahibi how often was ta SATA II

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because feroza

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may take place infrequently and at times it may be unattainable whereas, a lamb with a lamb lamb guru Ella femur carminati whereas a lamb can only be held in a lofty station of steadiness, you don't get alarmed unless you are steady in your station.

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You are in a steady station, lofty steady station.

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Okay, so she says in her mccammon mahasi Herman's the station of democracy What is it mohabbatein

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what is what is narration story statement speech.

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So, what is Mohan?

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Mohan Mahajan says the active voice

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is the one who speaks

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Mohan death versus Maha Maha death is the one who is spoken to. That's the passive voice. So, if you are the speaker you are Mahatma this,

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if you aren't spoken to you are more hot death.

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So, he says in her mccammon, we'll have to see that the harm is the nature of the scene.

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And

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the scene has actually been mentioned by the prophet sallallahu Sallam in Hades, where he said Hadith reported by Chateau de la vida she reported from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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in the whole canopy ami kubla Khan Mohan dasun fania, puffy heavy llama phenomena of men whom

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there had been in donations before you have this soon.

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If you translate this literally it would be people who are spoken to

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people who are spoken to.

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If there if there were any one of this Omar that will be spoken to that will be among those who are spoken to

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that would be armor or armor would be one of them. Armor would be one of them on top of the lower animal would be one of them. So almost certainly was a mahabis

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a model him

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the narrator is of the Hadees the interpreted Mahabharata is here to be Marlon.

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But Mohammed This is a chef here is a makes them the same thing. Mohammed Mohammed, he said that alarm mohabbatein alarm is the station of modesty over time argues and likely,

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he is correct. That mohab does is basically a special ranking among the Muslim in the Mojave that would be the highest, you know, of the Mohammed would be only next to the prophets and messengers. So, after why there is no Hadith, you know, after the Maha la he person who receives it, why, the clear manifest ye from Allah revelation from Allah, which would be a prophet or a messenger. Then next this will be the Mohandas like Amara. The Allahu anhu

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And l ham would be basically much more general than this. So Hades is a type of ham.

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So to be a mohab dust is a category of money more than ham, but it is not synonymous.

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They don't completely

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overlap, they just overlap at the top of that

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spectrum of a lamb or the scope of a lamb. Omaha, this would be the highest. That's clear, right?

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The concept of enhance itself, if we let's let's try to define a lamb so that we can do the disambiguation afterwards. So what would be the definition of a lamb they have many definitions of a lamb. But one of the best definitions is a definition that was mentioned by Sheikh Mohammed ammunition PT in his book a while ban

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which is a great tafsir book in which he interprets the Quran by the Quran.

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So in his book where that white banner chef says in ham is a cache infill, kalbi use La Jolla who Sadhguru minvalue listed land in Booyah in how Navarre envy hajat anaklia

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first law of evolution I mean a bed okay. So let us break this down. If our

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casting something in the heart, use ledger law

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by which the heart the chest feels at ease, or feels comfort brings about ease or comfort to the chest. So you can shame from casting something in the heart, that makes the chest feels at ease or makes the heart feels at ease, brings about ease brings about comfort. Yes, La Jolla sub

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menu here is the Latin Be ye without

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textual proof,

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without proof from the revelation,

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another in 300 rock layer or intellectual inquiry.

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So it's something that you felt, you feel something in your heart about a particular thing

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or a particular event

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or a particular person, something that you feel in your heart,

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that is without basically textual proof and without intellectual inquiry.

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It will be human nature human anybody with which Allah subhanaw taala or Allah grants to whomever he pleases up his servants, Allah grants to whomever he pleases other servants and that is the definition of the special a lamb that the sheikh wants to talk about. Now, in general,

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does it have in general it could even apply to animals well,

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even at the very Butera, Minnesota, we may or so, and your Lord inspired a nap

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you know, the bees

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basically to make to make dwellings or to have dwellings in the mountains and the trees and whatever humans setup

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to the end of the earth and sort of the law

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and in ham also could apply to all McAfee to all human beings or liable or to all beings who are liable but absolute mess aware of Alabama Georgia. Wallops in

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Alabama foodora Taekwondo karate sounds

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so inspired it with its piety and wickedness or inclination towards piety and inclination towards wickedness. So certainly that type of enhancer is not what the chef is talking about. The chef is talking about the harm that the chefs and PT define that other l band to be something with which that Allah grants to whomever the the Select servants of his that he wants to guide their hearts. So people who are deserving of that guidance of the heart

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are the ones who would get that type of lab. So it's a special type of exam. It is not a lamb as in the linguistic definition of the word or another, the general in ham, where Allah subhanaw taala inspires every species of their functions, their roles, what they were created for.

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That is the alarm of the birds. For instance. Do you see how the birds fly? 1000s of miles

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You know, every year back and forth, and they get back to the same place. You know, what is this? I mean, this is, you know, whatever GPS you have is certainly inferior to theirs.

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That is,

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that is a lie inspire them, you know to do this, that's a lie inspiring them to do that.

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Okay, but so then we do understand what the chef means by ham, it's not that general inhabits a special type of enhance, he makes it equal to McDermott Tadese or to the station of Vienna, Mohandas, or spoken to an IM says that they overlap but but not completely

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mahad This is the hardest is at the highest level of ham.

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So what is the difference between a lamb and why?

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What is the difference between and Hamlet? Why, why is what revelation? Why, if you if you try to translate and ham and Ye, they'll both be inspiration in English. And that's the problem, the problem is many of these things will be translated as inspiration. So, we have so many like we have

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we have an hidayah in general

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guidance in general.

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And then that that is basically you know, if you say that this would be like this, this is guidance, and that you will have

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at what he here

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which is the revelation.

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You have a Daddy's here, which is more common at the theme, which is the station of armor, the alojado. And like I said, Hades would be the those who are spoken to

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and why he would be the ultimate form of inspiration in clarity and certainty. And why he is not ambiguous, what is clear, manifest? And why he in ye there is no room for error. Would there be room for error with a loss and the messenger and then you know, no, no room for error. So clarity and certainty, have, you know, at their best clarity and certainty, these are two elements that said, Why, apart from a lack of clarity, and certainty.

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And then we have these, these would be next to Anwar, in clarity and certainty that these will be an extra 30. So, Amara, the other one was Mohandas. That is just right there before why

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not why whatsoever. And the line between y and Hades is so clear and sharp, and does not allow any confusion.

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In fact,

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that you know everything Moroccan Allah that, you know, uses this

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basically, to refute the claim of people who want to transgress the bounds of the Sharia,

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by their a lamb or their inspiration.

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So he says that

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if if Macondo had been seen of Amara alone, who is the highest station of adhan

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Omar never said her destiny to be honorable Omar never said

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my heart had destiny it'll be on Robbie.

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Although there is there is room to to understand the rest without you know, there is room to understand this and find the execuse for someone who said this until they basically tell us what they exactly mean and it is ever reconcilable with with the Sharia with the tenants of the Sharia have definitely got to be on rugby means my heart reported from my Lord.

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And sometimes they used to say your report from a dead person from another that person from another that person and we report from the one who's alive and whenever dies. So your report from a minute and we report from a higher level.

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So as open as a Mira Mira mala said if you know Omar is the highest

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And he never said that he never claimed it. In fact, when one of his scribes wanted to write, it was reported that one of his scribes wanted to write has an IRA. Allahu ameerul momineen Omar, this is what Allah showed to ameerul momineen are manifested a mirror Mini, or disclosed a mirror momina Homer, he said to him erase it, right? Hamza Ma, Ra ormoc. That is what Omar sought for a consultant for me criminal law, if it is correct, it is from a law akin

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to an Femina Homer. And if it is incorrect, it is from Homer had sama

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you know, and armor also used to always, you know, give in to any report that came to him from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he used the collected the Sahaba to counsel to consult with him. Sometimes he would listen to the younger sahabas sometimes he would listen to less popular and younger so how it listen to the Buddha, he would listen to herbicides for Dre, he would listen to Sahaba that are much younger, and certainly much less, you know, knowledgeable than then he was.

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Armor also use sometimes to make mistakes.

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Omar wasn't always right. There is that you are not. You know, so when a homeowner disagreed with abubaker Omar was not always right. Sometimes the homeowner also, you know had

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thoughts that were counter to the prophets thoughts

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started when he would you know, you sell him and he would accept and submit and given to you the profits, guidance, not thoughts, the profits guidance.

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So that that Nakama techniques did not prevent Amr

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from

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disagreeing with the treaty at the beginning, and then eventually he accepted it did not prevent armor from seeing another you know, saying

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we know that you are

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harder when he was talking about hazardous with addressing and hazardous what he said but we know that you don't benefit or harm but had I not seen the Prophet sallallahu Sallam case you I would have not kissed you. So

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if armor is at the highest level of this, and ham

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then

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no one other than a homer can compromise the ye can encroach on compromise transgress the law

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by claiming that they have ill ham or that they are receiving direct knowledge from Allah subhanaw taala. And that would be heretical

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and absolutely unacceptable.

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Know having a Moroccan Allah also points out something that is pretty subtle and pretty, pretty beautiful as well. He says the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said there had been Muhammad soon in the nations before you. If there were to be any more of the scene in this nation, if there would be anyone had seen this, it would be armor or armor would be one of them. Armor would be one of them. So if you're with me, it says this is the best nation. This is the best of nations. So how can we have many of the scene before us? And when it comes to us, the prophecy of southerners making it a conditional statement if there were any, you know, one of them would be armor.

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This nation is the most deserving of an abundance of mohabbatein because it is the best nation. But he said because it is the best Federation.

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It does not need an abundance of Mahajan seed, because the profit of this nation left it on in the hands of beta

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on a clear path,

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not in need of basically

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not in need of

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you know guides after him. Certainly the scholars and you know, the Salaheddin and the scholars, they have their own place. They have their respected and distinguished place. But the reason why there were so many of the scene before is that they needed redirection haften but since our

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left is a detailed roadmap to guidance on success, we need less of them, we need less of that we need less redirection, bless recalibration because we have the profit left as the Quran and the Sunnah, and they are detailed, and they have the these these qualities and that they are clear, they are detailed, and they point to

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Allah subhanaw taala The ultimate goal.

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So, but here you will have thirassia

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here, you will have a smell,

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here you will have if,

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and I'm not putting them in the in in, you know from from top,

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you know, just just like it will just put them within the circle, here you will have bi n

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here you will have

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the SE

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cast,

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though

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fat.

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Okay. But that's plenty, right and there is more. But all of this would be basically would share with a lamb can be all translated as an herb. So for us, we said as astuteness. But each one has a little bit of a distinction.

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So for us is your ability to tell people apart,

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they tell about their interior from their exterior,

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to see someone walks through the door, and they make a certain move, or they look a certain way. And you can tell so much about who they are. And we give examples in the station of philosophy. But you know, we give a lot of examples about this. So that is for us, that's astuteness

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Okay, we're done with this. Now, if ham is basically to make you understand, you have to understand if ham is to make you understand. So when Allah subhanaw taala make you understand something that is called a fan.

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And they've known it and puts it at a much higher level of hedaya

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other ranks

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so that is if cash flow means this closure. So the emphasis and cash is on something that is hidden, usually hidden from eyesight, suddenly that is hidden from others, that Allah will make open to you manifest, you sketch disclosure to disclose something that was hidden, that became

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that became disclosed to you. vow is about taste, taste, your ability to have the right intuition, the arrow to basically have the right sense. Your ability to have right intuition, right sense about different things,

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is now is about audition, but it's now is the transitive verb here to make you here to allow you to hear. It's like the science of Allah subhanaw taala. And this universe and the verses of his book, speak to you.

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Your ability to hear is different from the fact that they are or all the time speaking to you Allah signs in the universe or all the time speaking to you. Will you be able Will you be able to hear that's a different thing. Right? So a smell is a light granting you to be granting you the ability to hear. So it particularly but it is not just about hearing, you know, his smell, you know, it's not just about the physical hearing, it could be also to see it's about perception, it is the your ability to perceive

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lessons and I borrow from the universe and from the book of a loss proton ban is clarification

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and there is bad harm and bad house and so on. And fat is opening when fat means opening. And the emphasis here in fact,

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is about something that that was difficult and became easy all the sudden you know

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The you had basically been working on this.

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When you say factor Hello luck factor holla. Like you could still say hello like even though some people don't like it, but it is still valid.

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So for the Hello like one factor holla like, like if you're trying to understand the meaning of a verse, For instance, and all of a sudden, you know, you got it, that is called fat opening, something that was closed, and then became became open. But do you see how they're all related to it?

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They're all related to the concept of Adham. So when we use different

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these are not synonymous. They're not synonyms.

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It's a form of pearlescent. No, not not No, not listening. But it's basically there is a degree of overlap between each one of them. But the fact that each one has a name of its own, the fact that each one has a name of its own

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means that there are subtle differences between them. And that difference may not necessarily be very substantive, it may be just about the perspective, the perspective. So here, when it comes to fat, it wants to emphasize the word was something difficult, and all of a sudden became easy here, cash, the emphasis here on something being hidden to others, and then disclose to you here for us astuteness it's about tearing people apart from each other, or think about their interior from the exterior, though, is about taste, you know, a smell is about being able to perceive or hear the science of Allah subhanaw taala when they speak to you. So this is just disambiguation of the

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concept of Adham form of hedaya is a form of guidance

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at the law as the last one of these number 10 in his room, sort of different ranks of hedaya, which is basically

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it's it's like a vision like a dream, but you know, like a nightly sort of

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vision

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and certainly

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is part of this and you may,

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but then we will come back and talk about the scope of this later. And so,

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so, she says that alarm a common alarm is the station of the magazine or when we understand that that scene are basically the highest for the highest category of Manami

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but mahallesi are still not receiving the revelation or worry from Allah subhanaw taala therefore mohabbatein can never

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transgress compromise, the why by their

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special

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guidance that they received from Allah, He said what will focus on feras it is above the station of Eros astuteness and you do understand the subtle differences between Adham and Hannah's more general and there is some overlap not necessarily over below, but there is different emphasis in in ham and feroza. But lm is more general than for us.

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Then he says the NL feras or Obamacare data because feroza may take place in frequently and the times it may be unattainable whereas it can be only had in a station in a lofty station of steadiness. And that's because the sheer feels that it is a degree above for us chef makes it hum and you know had the TARDIS pretty much synonymous and we said that it is more general and this is the highest level of it.

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Then the sheikh said Rajat and it is of three levels.

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The first director he said that it will never own your power here. Number one your power he apotheon McCrone and besonderen almost locker

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he said the first level is a fact that is transmitted by means of certain inspiration Why? Whether it is accompanied by hearing or not whether it is

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Accompanied by hearing or not, why he happens in different ways, different forms are my cannabis revenue column Hello, hello, hello and what it

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isn't

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and why to heroin

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you know, anyway, but this is a different story. So, the Locky comes in different forms.

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Here it says a fact that is transmitted by means of surgical inspiration, whether it is accompanied by hearing or not in the footnotes in the document that I sent you. I pointed out that in some of the manuscripts of this book, it does not say no but yeah, power here.

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It says, well, we're in hamona be near power here. Not never gonna be.

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And that basically,

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there is a typo somewhere because he or she must have said one of the two, it's either a number or an A B. But if we say it's alumna B, it is an expression of a prophet that everything falls in place, because what he is received by a prophet, the prophet, you know, and then it is what he on Patreon it is certainly certain McCrone and besonderen are not it is accompanied by hearing or not and there are different levels of seminar on this case there is no directly from Allah and the tos prophets that received the direct

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the they were spoken to directly by Allah our prophets, Allah settlement Prophet Musa kalevala, homos attack Lima, and Horace, now from the messenger of the of Allah, the Angelica messenger of Allah.

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But in this case, we're still in trouble.

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Why? Because usually the first level, the chef talks about the lowest level and then he goes up in an ascending order, not in a descending order. And certainly chef does not mean that the quality of the profits is at the bottom

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of

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inspiration,

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or the bottom of a lab.

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But some of the some of the scholars say maybe he meant to switch the order, right, just here. Maybe the his usual thing is to divide the three degrees or three levels

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in an ascending order, from the top upwards, but maybe just here, he selected to switch the order.

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And they tried to sort of provide different justifications for why would he do with here in the station, versus other stations, but all of this, you know, is contingent upon whether he actually said never or never be. And in many manuscripts it's not but

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but anyway,

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the point is clear, if this has meant a revelation, it is clear and straightforward. If it is not, there is a lot of ambiguity here. If it is not about a revelation to Prophet then there is some ambiguity here. And then he says what data to 30 lm we allow Nan wala matassa hottie and who lie Africa Citron. Well, I always had done what I have to but the second level is an inspiration that manifests in reality, the indications of its genuine ness are that one it does not tear the veils, meaning it does not tear the veils between you and there's a station that you are not entitled to you are not invited to to here. There are veils between the different stations and you're traveled

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to Allah subhanaw taala different stations are separated. And you should not remove the veil

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to the next station before you get invited, would that be appropriate. Like if you're not invited to this station, should you remove the veil? Now, you wait until you get invited? Okay. It could also mean that it does not tear the veil between you and the people, between your station and the people because people's recognition of your station could be a trial a test for you, that you may or may not succeed. So you do not bring about this to yourself, and you continue to cover yourself and not show the public your station.

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And when he said that does not exceed the limit, what I always will have data that does not exceed the limit. And it does not cause you to exceed the limit that does not cause you to exceed the limit. So the fact that you have been the

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Your heart has been guided a right a few times should not make you self conceited should not make you arrogant. And you will not exceed your limit while you do better and it never ers

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adalja to 30 says the third level is an inspiration that and how many ads we do on TV sort of leads decisively to the ultimate ascertainment, ascertainment, you have to do at the top is often leads decisively to the ultimate ascertain and the ultimate ascertainment is basically your ability to reach

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the station of shoot she who is the beholding of Allah subhanaw taala, without any distractions, should is that the holding of a law without any distraction, it is understood that is this is the beholding of the heart, your heart be holding your law without any distraction or the beholding of a law that will basically

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block off all the distractions, that just the the beholding of a lie itself will not allow you to get distracted, you will not see any distractions, you will not see the people who are around you and we talked about showed a lot. Okay, because I'm not sure if that particularly talked about finance, that talk about self annihilation, and we said so far as annihilation could be the heretical one, this is the existential self annihilation, that leads to Hulu to have that leads to the worldwide indwelling that leads to Union and the heretical sense of union with a loss pinata not recognizing the difference between the creation and creator. But we said that for now, that is

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certainly fenna is the finale of era that when you're well completely conforms to the will of Allah when you have crushed your ego enough that your will becomes in complete conformity with the will of Allah subservient to it, as the prophets of Salaam said, had, they're going to have a limited window, and then their own desires, one of you will not have faith until their own complete faith until their own desires are in conformity with that which I brought forth. Your own desires will be in conformity with the divine will basically, you will own the light and desire that which he wants that which He wills that means what your only era vanished into his was absorbed into his and that

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is the that is certainly for now. And then financial hood, which is the funnel and perception. It is not in the absolute sense. It is not like you're not seeing the people you are seeing the people but they are never distracting you so your heart Even your eyes could be hold them they're never distracting you because your heart is always with with Allah and the hearts beholding of a law prevents it from getting distracted by the people. You're not working for them. You're not trying to appease them, although you're trying to please them for a lot.

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Right. But you're not after their appeasement.

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So that's

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leads decisively to the ultimate ascertainment and that is the station of shoot.

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Why Antoine? heinle, as a mother speaks clearly of pre eternity speaks clearly theater that he and eternity has the focus the emphasis in the this is the third station and we we are you know, the shakes habit is to talk about finance in the third station, right? every third station we've been covering finance, he wants to get us there He wants us to crush our ego enough that it does not cause us any impediment does not slow us down in our travel to Allah subhanaw taala. So here he says well to quantify in as early as it is what pre eternity habit is eternity as in the future as

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bad as eternity as in the future, as it is pre eternity or eternity as in the past as in the past.

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So, you know, the the the first without beginning as early.

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So, so here Why is there so much emphasis and the discussion of an emphasis on pre Eternity is that is when there was only a lot and there was nothing else and they always want you. You know because you're not you're gonna always be seeing the people they always want you to imagine to throw the blanket, you know, throw the blanket on everything. Go back 100 years. If you go back 100 years, none of us will not have any anyone else who's here.

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None of none of us was here. So go back 200 years, 300 years 1000 1 million, 2 million, 1 billion. And then at one point, certainly, you know, the universe has even scientifically proven, you know, that's whatever the one sign says now, that the universe had a beginning, at one point, the universe did not exist, whoever brought the universe to existence was there. And that is the that's the intent here to go back. So, if everything was contingent upon his creation, and everything is in need of his maintenance,

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because he has the only you know, higher volume in the true sense of higher value, you know, the, the living the self sufficient is then just, you know, if you go back to that point,

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that is what matters. And then you will only be observing the one who existed all the time

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and existed

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before basically without

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any contingencies

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that necessary one not the contention and then when in harmony

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with each other to really have a shift at the end. And that, you know, going back to being a little bit

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soft, subtle here, or he said, what

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a shout out to Elena and dizziness, dizziness to which alarm leads is indescribable, whatever I talk to you about, that is all about different phases, different steps on the way to a lab. But dizziness is indescribable, because the dizziness in the shapes dictionary is ultimate self-annihilation. It is ultimate self. its ultimate, you know,

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banishment.

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Therefore, it is indescribable. And you can only know it when you reach it. So only those who are there, know what is there. That's what the sheer quantity wanted to say at the end.

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Okay, so I wanted to take a few minutes to talk about

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the place of alarm and some examples and how to reach it.

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When it comes to the place of ham, and ham is an issue that is usually addressed in different disciplines. And it depends, you know, depends on the discipline, whatever you will learn about it will be dependent on the discipline that you are studying when you're learning about it.

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It has to do with also the dean because it has to do also the dean you know, fundamentals of the dean Arpita and also the dean because it has to do with guidance in general has to do with guidance. It has to do with Islamic thought, Islamic philosophies, sometimes called Islam philosophy, Islamic thought, particularly the area of epistemology, because it is about acquisition of knowledge, and epistemology is the science that basically addresses the knowledge of knowledge, science versus knowledge and the nature of knowledge and how we acquire it and how do we ascertain that what we know is actually true.

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It has to do with also the fact also because it sort of purpose is the science the branch that studies the true value of different things, prove value of the Quran, prove value of the certain approve value of it now prove value of BS, they also want to study prove value have it have because some people may say that it is a source of knowledge and if it is a source of knowledge, what is the proof value of an app?

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Now since it is being addressed by different disciplines and scholars in different disciplines, you have to keep in mind

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that every scholar addresses

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from their own spectacles, you know, because if you are solely if you're talking about sort of principles of jurisprudence, then he'll hand basically well to you will be meaningless.

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Because you hear you're talking about solid proves you're talking about the prove value of Adham when it comes to what what the suit is the sort of focus about making you know haraam halaal, MOBA macro, Mr. hub, etc. So when it comes to rulings, that also these will be quite opposed to it. So you will find the people who will, regardless of their orientation, the people who will be most opposed to in hammer

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Su D is the talk about lm feminine scooty perspective, you will find the cemani for instance of automatic juhayna you find a br Allah, you know, you will find

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D sub key, those people are completely against that

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or against ham be in vain value, because they're talking about it from that angle from that perspective, because they are addressing what prove value of a lab can Adham basically ascertain the obligation of something or the prohibition of something. No. And that should be clear. So that's why the suit is usually

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may seem to put him down, but that is the angle that they are

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coming from.

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Now.

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So, if we imagine, for simplicity, that there are actually two different positions or three positions regarding it, but like I told you, it is very complicated, because it depends on the angle, and it depends on the scope of enhance that we're talking about.

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So, it is it is not as simple as that. But if we imagine that the discourse about in ham

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not without, you know, paying attention to the angle, epistemological pursue the angle, you know, or

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who sue the dean angle, you know, we're not, you know, looking at this anymore, we're not paying attention to this anymore, but if we imagine that we have different positions, we will say that some people gave and ham

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too much value, some people give it No, no to very little value. And some people were in the middle, what else you know? So on the side of the people who will give it

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no to very little value. What the What proves that the US? You could say that Allah subhanaw taala says,

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In surah Safar for instance, I'm lacking soltanto. mobi infantil because I recommend quantum sada P. or do you have clear manifesto authority? Then bring about your book if you are or your scripture, if you are truthful. bring about what your scripture if you are truthful. And if you if you can to bring about your scripture, if you can't bring about your book, then it doesn't matter what you say. Then in hand, in this case has room has place or not, no place. thought we could have we couldn't come to some bring them on to Scripture. bring about your book.

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Ricardo la esperanza nail Americana, Hunan. asaka many yo poletto bahara come and come from Sati Sora Baqarah. And they said no one would enter Paradise except the Jews and Christians. There are many Yom Yom means what? These are their wishful thoughts, this is their wishful thinking

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say to them, how to bring about what your proof produce your proof. So if they can say it ham, then what is the meaning of this challenge? challenge does not have any meaning. If it ham can be approved, then that challenge does not mean anything. Because it ham you say

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you know the others. That's what we think that's what we feed.

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But the fact that the Quran

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challenge them to bring about their proof means that it

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is not a proof, you know, on anything, you can't use it to to basically prove anything. Then they may also say and there is so much that there's so much you know, I add Islam as an evidence based religion, the emphasis on the forehand, the bayonet, the clear proofs is quite clear in the Quran.

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And then, you may also say that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam sent mahabhava ninjavan, to REM and what did he What did he tell him? Who He asked him, What would How would you judge if something arises that needs judgment? He said that he actually became Kabila. I judge by the book of Allah and the prophet SAW Selim said to him, what if you don't find what you you know instruction about the matter that you are seeking guidance for in the book of Allah? What would you do? He said, besondere Rasul Allah, by itself the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah. And then the messenger sallallahu Sallam said to him, what if you don't find neither in the book of Allah, nor in the messenger, His

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Messenger, what do you do? And mas said to him, what had stayed around, he was

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Hello, hi hi then exercise reason I have reason and I don't spare any effort reason and don't spare any effort. So, it jumps right from the center to

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reasoning pay us would be you know part of this

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analogy would be part of this. So reasoning in this case where is it snowing here you know and then the prophet SAW Selim commanded more as for following the sequence the book of Allah serve as messenger and then I reason

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then but what about okay so this is enough because we don't have time this is enough for the people who oppose

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or oppose any prove value for a lab What about the people who support and have what would the use

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they can use for instance

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yeah what are the top allies are looking for Karina?

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um you know, groceries are looking for Connor Are you in a second?

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Isn't that unfair?

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Yeah, and have you know multiple law yet right away.

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Yeah, I live in La Jolla.

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Now, so another unfair

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law conference carpal tunnel cafaro from say

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well further

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into Tacoma

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Tacoma and sort of oil believe if you fear Allah, He will give you the criteria, he will give you a criterion for this for con. We did not mention for con in the big circle for con also belongs to the big circle, but for current the emphasis in for Python is what not simple guidance. The emphasis on for Python is to be able to

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sort out misguidance is to be able to discover where Miss guidance is, is to be able to refute a misconception to be able to discover where the Miss misguidance lies. That's the forecast. So, the amount of buyers are looking for current oil believe if you fear Allah, He will give you a criteria by which you distinguish between right and wrong.

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close to the end of sort of Baccarat taco Lowery or Alamo como la and fear Allah Allah will teach you fear Allah, Allah will teach you what tequila. So meaning a will after you fear Allah, then Allah will teach you.

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So, this is not simply there is something more here than just the why

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someone may say there is a life teaching us Hawaii has given us a criteria criterion.

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And then in Surah, surah, Allah subhanaw taala says one millimeter Allah, Allah whom

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and to whom Allah did not provide light,

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he will have no light

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or he who to whom Allah did not provide light will have no light or melamine Zarrella hunedoara from Allah who may know

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he to whom Allah did not provide light would have no light.

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So that is the use all of this to basically support that in ham has a role. There is a role for direct teaching, direct instruction, direct guidance from Allah subhana wa Todd, knowledge that's cast into the heart.

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It's not hardcore, no knowledge. It's not you know, we'll come back. And then they say also, that in the Hadees, that is reported by achromat, from La bissa. In an hour, but rather lower on who he came to the Prophet sallallahu ala. And in some of the reports of the habit, hobbies before anything to the prophet SAW Selim, the prophet said to him, you came to ask about such and such a bear. What is he came to ask about righteousness and sin. And he said, Yes, that's what I came to ask about. And the promises told him and then the prophets are seldom said to him, the prophets of msft callback Alberto McMahon not in a knifes what man la hill?

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Well as muma hacker for nefs What are our data for sub?

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What can you tell me for Allah industries and some reports by an African so after? So

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the prophet SAW Selim said to him, consulting your heart, staff development, consult your heart

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Halle Berry Roma and not la enough's berries that with which the the neffs finds comfort.

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The neffs finds comfort in righteousness

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to some extent but but this is certainly, you know, the neoplatonic philosophy privation and the default is goodness and

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to some extent, but certainly there are major differences between

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the Islamic theory and on this and the nature of the platonic one, but to some extent, the default is there, and then knifes the human soul will find comfort, serenity, tranquility, in bear in righteousness in good in the good.

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Not not enough, so, not a part of the heart is not, there is no tension, there is ease, there is comfort, because it is the default.

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And

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what is my hackathon enough to Toronto facade is what basically causes friction and quiver is in your chest and makes you uncomfortable, makes you a little bit agitated. If you're doing something wrong, you could even see this like if if you give food to a cat,

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she was sitting around and eat it in peace. If the cat snatches the food away,

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she will not be comfortable, she won't run away, she will eat it quick, there is suddenly she she feels or he or feels

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that that there is something wrong about this, you know, the same applies to human beings. And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said regardless how many how repeatedly they give you fat words you know, so consult your heart regardless how repeatedly they give you fat words, they say well this is enhanced, consult your heart knowledge of the heart

01:02:09--> 01:02:19

is a clear there is it's clear that there is something here more than more than the knowledge that is received by transmission more than

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not you know the knowledge that is received by transmission becomes automatic. So, you know, evil scholars have all that knowledge in their mind. But they it doesn't benefit them because the heart does not have the you know, the necessary qualities to make use of this knowledge.

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So, in this case, how do we understand his hobbies? Well, certainly some of the scholars remember because it for instance, said that this hobby applies to mobile hat only not Haram. So if the Mufti tells you, this is mobile, then you consult your heart. If the Mufti tells you this is haram you don't consult your heart.

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Heppner Raja Rahim Allah and even Rajiv takes a more moderate position here from Allah nomina Raja, he said, This is when there is a qualification This is when there is basically Shobha. There is no way for you to decide the Mufti is disagreed the evidence that is on both sides is equal in your eyes, then consult your heart but that is not when you have clear evidence or that is not when the movies agree or that is not when the most distinguished and most knowledgeable, most of these agree that is not where this the scope the Hadith applies.

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So, given all of this, what would be the place of a lamb

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does it have a place

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it has a place but these are the the four things that you want to really remember when it comes to in ham when it comes to the to the distinguished lofty place of Allah and what I will tell you why I'm saying has a distinguished lofty place. If you keep those four conditions in mind, then inshallah you will be safe one and ham is inferior to the why.

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And inferior and clarity, inferior in certainty, inferior and prove value in ham can never

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basically be compete with why in any way shape or form. Any of them that comes up to you that is in conflict with the Why is lm from the Shaitan

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not from a Rama Okay, so that's the first one that

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Second one is a lamb is subjective. hilum is subjective.

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And in this case, because it is subjective, like,

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I would say that the boosey, one of the great Hanafi Imams, he said, You know, I'm not nakamuraza fan, I don't care

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what I can

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ask for the station of rasa, we don't deny this

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wagon

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that will be and

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should be heard. or whenever he said something of that nature, we don't we but we do not accept the testimony of the heart as a proof. Because we do not know whether you received this from a law or as a foreign or yourself. This is your wishful thinking, you know, and people sometimes,

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you know, oftentimes people want to believe themselves want to believe certain things. And then when you want to believe something, you will imagine that this is coming from the medic, you know, from the angel, or it's coming from Allah subhanaw taala. So that it is subjective. Number three, so the first one in fear to it, the second one, it is subjective. The third one, which is a consequence of the subjectivity and lack of certainty here. The third one third one is that it is exclusive. Meaning it's, it's, it's for you, you know, it is not binding to anyone else. Because basically, if you say that this is something to be propagated, like a sudden or something, or it is binding on

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other people, then you will, in this case, one day, show us some miracles, lay the profits and claim that you are a prophet. And then, you know, in Islam the punishment to the

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But anyway, the so if you're not going to claim that you are a profit, then is certainly what no one is bound by your lm, no one is bound by your exam. But can can other people benefit from it? Yes, we will say yes. But we will say when we talk about the scope of enhancements, some examples. So the final point is that it has a limited scope, it has a limited scope, there is no enhancement rulings in Haram. And where, you know, there is no enhancing these rulings. So it has a limited scope.

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There could be some benefits, you know,

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so what's the scope of it?

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And then instead of talking about it from a theoretical perspective, we'll just give some examples on the scope of a lab.

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Mobile hat in general, is the scope of

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things that are permissible, and generally there is the scope of it,

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you know, choose this career versus that career, this job versus that job, this spouse versus that spouse,

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we these are all magga hat,

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you know, fly this airline versus that or fly today versus not fly today. And then something could be cast into your heart that makes you feel this does not fit right. I just don't feel right about this marriage, for instance.

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You know,

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so this is this fear of moving

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the sphere of mogga hat.

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And then what about religious matters?

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They didn't have the prophets a staff to call back consult your heart. Yes. He said, so in ham has room here. Yes, it does. It basically it's it's an extra layer of guidance that will allow you in cases of ambiguity in in circumstances where things are ambiguous or unclear, it will help you that guidance of the heart will help you when things are not ambiguous, not when it is clear. You know what Allah subhanaw taala has messengers, his muscles are commanded or prohibited. So it does have room here.

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Also, it has room when it comes to the religion in his hand, in fam in understanding right? In Allah. When when they say that he had fat him in a lie. That means opening a lot fatter Holly? Allah subhanaw taala opened it for him when

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Once the for instance, reads a verse, or once he interprets the verse, and extracts like 15 different benefits from that verse, whereas people behind them, people other than Him, or before him, they are only able to extract four or five benefits that he is able to add add more benefits. And they all make sense. You know, when we started when we said that,

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if you read, if you read, if you read this Hadith, where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, There used to be Mohammed Hassan in the Oman before you, and if there were to be any more of the soon in this oma America would be one of them. Would you be able to tell?

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Would you be able to say that this, you know, like, even with a marijuana law, he was he was able to say, he looked examine the hobbies, and he looked at it, and he said, This oma is the best one, how come? They have so many, and we have the end to come up with that, you know, listen, that the reason why we don't need that many mohabbatein is that our profits are solid left us on a clear path. That is basically like a deeper reading of the hobbies or understanding of the hobbies.

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Maybe you and I would would read this hobby so many times, and don't stop there and don't pause and or don't forget the enhan to have this understanding. Right. Okay, so that is, that's another one. And then finally,

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which which is the area that some people find find a little bit discomforting, finally, someone could have enhanced that something in you know, some verses or some particular acts

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provide some help or some relief, like, for instance,

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we will talk about Sakina, in the next station will be the station of Sakina. And I am in the station of Sakina says that the moment I may I used to read, there are about seven verses that mentioned Sakina and the Quran, wherever he used

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to feel tense, or to be stressed out, he would read the verses of tequila. And he advised me of the you know, of that, and I tried them, and I find them to work all the time. You know, you read the verses of Sakina. And then you would have Sakina, you need the verses that mentioned Sakina. And you have psyche? Well, you could say, is this really come from the prophet of Islam, but it doesn't have to, you know, there there is basically more flexibility in the area of Raka

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zyk there is more flexibility here. Do you have to take it from him? No, you don't have to do is binding on anyone. No, it is not binding on anyone. But if a scholar good scholar told you that I have been reading those verses and they bring about peace to my heart.

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If you want to try them, try them if you don't have don't, but oftentimes if you don't you will miss out

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any

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but that is also part of the scope of lm

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how do we get there and I know that we took a lot more of it, because this is this is one of the most

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basically controversial issues. And this is also the proper understanding of this concept is the distinction between true and false Sufism, it is the distinction between orthodox and deviant Sufism the proper understanding of this concept.

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So

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how do we get there? And I told you that it is aggressive sometimes from the legal theory perspective, the epistemological perspective that also the dean perspective, different perspectives and the skier perspective, certainly, which was the the purification perspective, some of the scholars when they address it, because they have, they have a particular emphasis. They, they address it from from their angle, but here, you know, and then certainly I love the epistemology of Allah, and he moves seamlessly between disciplines. So in that era, the knockaloe and Laughlin Napoli, which is a book that is about refutation of contradiction between reason and Revelation, a

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book that you may expect to be dry. It's about theory. It's about it's more intellectually oriented.

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But he gives us like a paragraph about the way to enhance the way to enhance that is so beautiful. So I will read it because it is so beautiful. I read it all in Arabic And then I read it in English. So he says

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for good llama stamina Labrador Hakuna, who were Amina beheading me he was a family. He was the mirror, who was the other family? He was Iraq. He was lucky enough to have it not a rule was in

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workaway Akina who whenever I check the house who will adapt our karma even more acaba but a heart attack can cause even upwardly will fire ozada wattana was 100 year old who also had on fakra and FERPA Allah Buddha whatever I mean, how he recovered he was even hidden our karma be permitted at a heavily dude while it will Hara Berman elliptic, z the female at wakaya basura to Baku, Shiva Bhima cavani ion, Massara manana zyada TV hockey Fatima that is shook and motivated in mercy. He said the more servant employees their intellect and acts upon their knowledge and purifies their actions through complete devotion, and their conscience becomes pure. And they reflect with the sight of the

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intellect, the intelligence of the soul, and the acumen of the heart and grow their certainty and abolish their doubts and tame their senses with the prophetic advocates and re in their thoughts with watchfulness of the Divine, and avoid lying in speech and action until truthfulness becomes their hometown, from which ostentation and conceitedness are expelled, and show need and brokenness before the Lord and disavow their influence and power and commit to service of the Lord. and observe the sanctity of proper etiquettes. And watch the bounds and adhere to the sun and run away from innovation. The recognition will be elevated and their insight will be sharpened, and things hidden

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from the sites will be disclosed to them. And they become of the people have lofty rankings by virtue of their gratitude that results in increase and abundance. That is in his book, The refutation of contradiction, the refutation of contradiction of reason, and Revelation. So so that is part of the reason why we need to take the middle position because some people may say if and ham brings about all of this evil, and people can start to compromise the Sharia. And people can become like, sort of

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rebellious and so misguided because it did result. You know, and it does result, you know, exaggeration in the place of enhance does result in so much deviation. Why don't we just block the means to evil and say that there is no proof value, there is no value, just follow the crowd in the sun.

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The three reasons why one is that there is a long way to it. And that is what we just read now, whether you know that is the way to there is a long way. So we have to start early, if we want to get there. The second is that we value the truth. Truth is important. So if l ham does have a place, then we can just say that it doesn't have a place so that it does not get abused.

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And

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the third one The third reason why it is important to give elements its do right is that we have to have a balanced understanding of the different positions of the difference colors so that you don't have this partisanship that will result in

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that will result in

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a version

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and then a version from certain scholars because you're going to hear like a scholar talk talking about enhance and so on and your position is so radical, you know about it, then certainly you will develop a version to that scholar. But if your division is moderate, you will be able to see where they're coming from, particularly if they are still within mainstream Islam.

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Even though mainstream Islam itself does have some flexibility and allow for some differences could occur. The other stuff in Guardiola comes from Mohammed Shetlands

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and we will only have five minutes because we need to come back and do the whatever is left of the chapter of usury.