Hussain Kamani – 40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 42 – Be Loyal to Allah

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The Hadith collection highlights the importance of trust and hope in Islam, as well as the need to create a fear-averse life. The importance of belief in God and balancing hope and fear is emphasized, as well as the need to avoid distractions and make a habit of avoiding them. The radio show emphasizes false statements made by various speakers, including a woman discussing her desire to have sex with a man, a woman who talks about her desire to have sex with a man, and a woman who talks about her desire to have sex with a man. The importance of forgiveness and loyalty to Islam is emphasized, as well as the need for people to not abandon their beliefs and promise themselves the end of their lives. The segment ends with a recap of the study of Deen Allah's teachings and a promise to reward students for their contributions.
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Today we are starting with Hadith number 42 The final and last Hadith everyone know how to lie Ali's 40 Hadith collection

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It took me corabi hammock Puritan Timothy you will find a hadith when Hassan

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the hadith is narrated by

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the Hadith and servant of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And it's been Malik Radi Allahu Allah Allah.

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He says, I heard the messenger of allah sallallahu ala he was sort of saying,

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Allah subhanahu wa taala has said, Oh, son of Adam, as long as you invoke me and ask of me, I shall forgive you for what you have done, and I should not mind Oh, son of Adam, or your sins to reach the clouds of the sky. And you then ask forgiveness from me. I would forgive you. Oh, son of Adam. Are you to come to me with sins nearly as great as the Earth. And you were then to face me ascribing no partner to me. I will bring to you forgiveness, nearly as great to it. The hadith is narrated by Imam did with rockin with Allah Yachty he says it is a so he has a narration

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if I'm never gonna come to LA he it brings this hadith as the last Hadith in his collection.

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It it's as if you have nowhere Abdullah Ali is leaving us with the most important lesson that any believer can ever learn in their life. The most important principle this book is a book of principles. Each narration represents a principle. Aim I'm never going to come to law era gathered these are Hadith because he views them as the principles of our deen

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and the most important lesson any human being can ever adopt and the most important principle to bring into your life is loyalty to Allah subhanho wa Taala those who are loyal to Allah, Allah will take care of them. Those who are disloyal to Allah subhanahu wa taala their affairs are to their hands. Allah subhanho wa Taala is free of them of them. They are not under the thumb of Allah the protection of Allah subhanho wa Taala and a person who is loyal to Allah, not Allah not only will Allah subhanahu wa taala allow this individual to benefit from the fruits of that loyalty in the dunya but even in the Hereafter, Allah subhanahu wa Tada will come through on a level that you will

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realize the true benefits of befriending your master and your Creator your Allah. I'm never going to put Allahu Allah is finishing off his 40 Hadith collection with his beautiful narration. The scholars regarding this hadith they say

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Have a hadith min Raja a hadith is sunnah in Abuja This is the Hadith that holds most hope for in comparison to all narrations. You know this narration is a massive dosage of trust and hope and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. Okay, how was that? We'll discuss that ahead.

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Well, we also learn if I'm never gonna come to LA era brings a hadith to close off his book, which encourages us to repent and make this default Toba to Allah subhanho wa Taala to repent to Allah subhanho wa taala. And it's the thought is always the end of all affairs, as we have heard before,

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during the philosophy of honorable photography, Hola, Juan, he had a much looser shoot on a group of people who he would regularly consult with. One of the people who was a part of that much as a shooter was a young teenager by the name of Abdullah Hibben Ibis at the Allah one, the more senior companions found it odd that such a young person was a part of such a senior and important gathering.

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A gathering of seniors in matters of importance were discussed and the young child is sitting there. So they asked him What about photography? Allahu Anwar, he had this young child be a part of the gathering and I'm gonna be Allah one said, because there's something about him that cannot be found in the others. And in order to prove his point, he sat the Companions down. And he said to them, translate for me and explain to me that they've seen the commentary of the surah Elijah Allah sort of Allah he will fit what are eaten us. You're the fool if he didn't have wotja facade be behind the Arabic our stuff in the hookah Baba. It's a hobby started explaining this hadith. And in their

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explanation, they relied on the apparent meaning that was deduced from the translation of the Hadith.

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The translation is and when the help of Allah and the conquest comes congressman in America, and you see people entering into this deen is Islam in waves What are eaten Naseer the fluid Athenian Lucha wotja Fussa behind Europe become a star fit glorify Your Lord with his praise and repent to Him in the Hakata Wahba indeed He is the One Who accepts repentance. When even I busted the Allahu on the young child was asked interpret and explain the interpretation of this if these if the surah if not I busted the Allahu and said this surah is indicative to the end of the life of the prophet Allah money was

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the companions that were sitting there found this interpretation to be shocking they said Where does the Hadith meant what is the I mentioned what is the surah mentioned anything about the Prophet passing away? So he explained, the Messenger of Allah was sent to purify the beautiful house built by Ibrahim Ali salaam, Elijah and also Allah he will fight hamaca means my karma karma will be once bought back to the heat, there will be a center of Islam that was built on to heat as a result of that what I ate and naseous Karuna feed in La Jolla, Florida. Your job on Messenger isn't to take his thumb to every person, it's to start the movement.

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Your job is to start the movement. You don't, it's not in your hands. No human being has the ability to take a message to every human, every person that's in the hands of Allah, that's to the will of Allah. Our job is to start the movement of good while eatin nasty and the flu and feeding in Florida and you see the results of that movement that now people are entering into Islam. Whereas the Messenger of Allah at the age of 40, returning back from Hatha hit, and it's only him and his wife and he has to take Islam to the rest of the world. Imagine how nervous he must have felt. I have to take Islam to the corners of the world. And there's only two of us here. How is this all gonna pull?

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How's this all gonna happen? And now fast forward 23 years, people are entering in scores, hundreds and 1000s of people are entering into Islam. Imagine that imagine the joy of the prophets of Allah Allah Himself. So now that the mission is complete, your responsibilities have been fulfilled. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, for some basic behind Europe because stuff,

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glorify Your Lord with his praise and it was tough it and make us different. And if the adversity Allah Juan says it's just far repentance to Allah is always the end of all affairs. And Allah subhanaw taala is telling the Messenger of Allah to repent. Therefore, this is an indication of the end of the life of the prophets of Allah while he was Saddam was the fifth. In this narration Imam Lai Ali brings, he is once again encouraging us to make Toba and to repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala and make that the end of our life, make that the seal of our life, for indeed the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in normal MaryLu Bill Hatim that actions are based on their

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endings. A person who repent to Allah before they leave the world. That person has walked away with nothing at all. No sin, no burden, no accounting in front of Allah subhanaw without it because they've made us the fog. They've used the eraser that Allah Subhan

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Know what Allah has given access to every single human being, it's not exclusive, that only certain people have access to this eraser or there is an exclusive pathway to get access to this eraser, this eraser This is the thought anyone can use it. You just have to want to use it. You have to be willing to stand up, grab the eraser, and start you know, create some movement and erase whatever it is that you want to erase. That's the

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effect of its default. Now let's start discussing the Hadith from right from the top. In this hadith we see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, God Allahu Allah Allah therefore this is a Hadith of Guzzi.

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him I'm never gonna come to LA Halle is finishing off his Hadith collection with a hadith Bootsy. We've discussed this before. The hadith of Bootsy are those narrations that are very, that are, that are they're called divine narrations because the message is spoken first person from Allah.

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These narrations, the unique thing about them is that they are very spiritual.

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Generally speaking, Heidi The footsies don't have fish on them. Usually we don't deduce imam from them either. The general theme of Hadith of Cassia is just is overload

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of spirituality. A high difficulty usually pack a powerful punch of spirituality Malala Tati and her are we famous scholar and commentator from Scotland wasabi. He compiled a 40 Hadith collection not one but many.

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One of the students this year, a lot more than last year actually purchased and gifted me the the image side of Melania Clary Malala all these different publications his smaller publications published as one big multiple volume book. And in there there is his 40 Hadith collection. He has multiple 40 Hadith collections by the way, and one of the 40 Hadith collections that he's compiled is dedicated to Hadith or cozzia. In which he only covers these divine narrations very powerful, very spiritual and you have no Welcome to La Holly is ending on this note. Then we see Allah subhanahu wa Tada while addressing mankind in this hadith

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he has Origen says Yebin Adam, oh son of Adam, why does Allah subhanahu wa Tada say, oh son of Adam. The scholars they give different reasons.

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One of the things they say,

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when Allah subhanho wa Taala says, oh son of Adam,

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Allah subhanahu wa taala is making us reflect over how small we actually are. The son of a person is always small. I am the hadith of Adam. So without doubt, I am also the quality of the children of Adam and other reflections of scholars and see what Allah subhanaw taala says, You have been an Adam. He is reminding the human beings of the story of their father. He made a mistake. He repented. He came from Jana, he went back to Jenna, you can have the exact same deal. It's all on the table for you to Yep, and

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some scholars, they say what Allah subhanaw taala says, Yep, and Adam, he uses this language because it is very broad and its meaning it's not restrictive, to a particular gender. It's not restrictive, to a particular faith, or female Muslim. Well, kafir Well, I'll see what taki and in this in this call of Allah subhanho wa Taala every gender every person, sinner or obedient servant of Allah is invited to listen to the message very carefully. Allah subhana wa Tada says, Yebin Adam, oh son of Adam. Some scholars they say Allah subhanahu wa taala says you have to add them to show his proximity. Because color to be a day. Allah azza wa jal created other money Salam himself, therefore

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reminding the insaan that we were always close to one another. What happened that you went so far away from me you have an Adam, Oh, son of Adam, oh child of other.

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Now in the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells us, Allah azza wa jal says in the Komodo Ohtani what Joe Tunney refer to raka Allah Makana Minica Oba as long as you call on to me and you have hopes in me, I will forgive you of whatever you've committed or whatever you've done and they will not I will not care what Oh, Bali won't even faze me it won't bother me at all.

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In the commander Ohtani What is this merit here? This mother scholar is a say is a must Daria a via the smile is almost the rear of our fear. What that means is and I want you to focus on the

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the reason why it's mama study of Murphy is because in the Arabic language we have different types of words. You have some fat and Huff, this is going right back to the basics. Okay.

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ISM means a noun, field means a verb and how to fish a particle

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Allen and Huff. What's unique about them is that they are without any tense, they are timeless.

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A verb is limited to a time. Either it's past, its present, or it's in the future.

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If the if the if the message you're giving someone you want it to be timeless, the best way for you to convey it is through using a noun. Therefore there is the one and it's the Quran. And the promise and the claim that Allah subhanaw taala is making here is not limited. Allah azza wa jal is making it limitless madda how 21 are Giovanni mama study? Yeah, the second thing that scholars they say it's a lot of fear, that fear means that it refers to the macdaddy period, that means like a vessel versus an RV means a, a vessel. So for the period, that you are calling on Allah for the period, that you are hopeful that Allah throughout that entire period, Allah subhanaw want that as offers on

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the table, you stop calling it Allah, when the virus isn't there, when the vessel isn't there, the contents of that vessel can be there either. You guys understand, if you stop fulfilling your part, the part that Allah subhanaw taala is offering won't be there anymore. So you can kind of look at this kind of like a sharpened desire relationship, right? The condition and the result of the condition if the condition is met, the result of the condition will be there. If the condition is not met, the result won't be there either.

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The scholars they say that as long as a person calls on Allah and is hopeful that Allah, Allah subhanahu wa that promises to accept that call and give that person I'm gonna kind of whatever it is you're asking for. In this hadith, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada is pushing off whatever it is from your side, you're asking Allah subhanaw taala saying that's, that's meaningless to me. The quantity of what you're asking for whatever it is you're asking for is meaningless to me. As long as you come to me in the right way. You come asking of me, and you come hoping me, whatever it is, whatever your problem is, whatever your concern is, small or big, some of us we feel that our issues are so petty

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and small, how can we even present them to Allah? That's not how Allah subhanho wa Taala views it. He that a Sabaton masiva. We'll see about his Nikita and he will Siva, any difficulty any calamity that you're facing, you could present it to Allah until the point that even if your shoe lace or your shoe strap or to break, you should still make dua to Allah in that Allah Who an alien Rajon you know should not go now Lee even if the strap of a shoe breaks or your stand or sandal breaks, you still call it a call on Allah subhanaw taala and you make dua to Allah azza wa jal, the scholars they say that

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the power of dua is such that any person that comes to Allah and meets the conditions of dua,

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Allah subhanahu wa Tada will give that person even if they are crafted, even if that person is not a believer, if a person comes to Allah with the right conditions, and comes to Allah with the right sincerity, and humbling themselves and they ask of Allah, Allah azza wa jal will give them to that's why I'm wondering why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says this is not the common version of this dua, but it is a variation of this particularly via let me see Allahu alayhi wa sallam said Yakumo Dalton Masoom be aware of the call of the oppressed, one, what incarnate Kathira in one variation, the prophet Allah lism said even if that person, the oppressed one is a disbeliever,

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because a disbeliever asserted, what am I saying? An oppressed person, even if that person who does not believe in Allah is an oppressed person, because an oppressed person

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they reach a point of desperate see that most if not all of the conditions of dua, are naturally just met. And once that person makes dua to Allah that the lions accepted by Allah subhana wa Tada for a new who Lisa La hijab and doing Allah because that prayer, there is no barrier that stops it from Allah subhanho wa taala. The pathway for that period prayer is open, and it reaches directly to Allah azza wa jal, Imam Al Ghazali. Welcome to Allah He, it states that there are 10 points, or 10 advocates for the acceptance of the law. There are many books written on the conditions of law, the acceptance of law, the things that prevent them from being accepted, the times that are more that

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are that the laws are more accepted in. You know, these are all discussions that people have in some of these discussions we've already had in our class earlier, as a part of the commentary on the previous narrations, but I wanted to still touch on some of the conditions that Imam Al Ghazali Abdullah Ali mentioned

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for the acceptance of dua

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a colossal as mana Sharifa the first thing he says is, make dua in search for the special times in which to is accepted

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Yo Mia Arafa Masha here Ramadan well yo mille Juma like for example, the Day of Arafah and the month of Ramadan, and the day of Juma. These are days and times in which Allah subhanho wa Taala has mercy is pouring down on the dunya and its people. If you ask Allah subhanaw taala in these days, in these nights, in these moments, that Mercy of Allah will be directed, and Allah azza wa jal will give you the best of your DUA. The second thing he says, and Yelton email Hawala Sharifah, that you make dua in the most,

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if you you make dua, in praiseworthy postures, in situations what that means if there is examples, you'll understand how to distribute, for example, in the posture of Sajida. That's a posture of a state that is beloved to Allah Subhana mourtada? Well, it's a toil to use and when the when the armies meet, that's a time that's a place of posture. State that is beloved to Allah will resume life. And when the settling the rain pours down, this is a state that is beloved to Allah, it resembles the Mercy of Allah descending. So make dua to Allah, when your heart is soft, make dua to Allah. So anytime you are in one of those states, one of those special states where Allah accepts to

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make your cloud, and I was telling this to some of the students earlier in the week at the seminary that as human beings, we all go through our emotional ups and downs, can we agree on that? Some of us are a little bit more public with our feelings. We don't mind crying in front of our siblings, or our spouse, or our children, our parents, and others of us, we don't cry in front of people. But everyone cries out everyone has everyone's a softy, by the way. You know, some people just express their softness in front of others in some, you know, when they're driving alone, and no one's in the car, they'll just park their car in their garage and close the garage and sit there and they'll pour

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their eyes out. When you're at that moment in your life where you feel vulnerable and weak, and you feel desperate and in need. You feel overwhelmed. Don't describe because of the pain, learn to channel that emotion that you're experiencing. To allow you to build a bond with ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada.

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You're feeling overwhelmed with life I can talk about Furthermore, I can cry about feeling overwhelmed with life. But spiritually, that doesn't really translate into much. On the other hand, I can feel overwhelmed with life. And I could cry and I can say yeah, Allah. I feel very lonely, but I always want you to be there with me. Yeah, Allah I feel weak. But if you strengthen my spine, I can lift anything. Yeah, Allah. I want my weakness. And I my desperate see that this is what I'm experiencing right now to you. I want to always remain I never wants to go away. I never want there to be a time in my life where I don't feel desperate, but I don't feel needy, right, so shy to cry

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or I don't feel comfortable coming in front of you. in a coma, the attorney went to jail 24th to DACA, Alabama, kind of Minica Valley, as long as you keep coming to Allah, and you keep having your hope and Allah, Allah will always be there for you when I will Bali and I won't care. You know, I always think to myself that the journey of life is such that every beloved will one day leave you. Either they'll leave you or you'll leave them. The only one constant being in your life is Allah subhanaw taala when your friends leave, and you feel lonely, and you feel like the people who you feel most comfortable around are not there. Remind yourself that your Allah is there. When you're

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traveling on a plane going across the world and you feel like you've left your family behind, remind yourself that you're allies there. Because it's that idea with Allah that a person creates a step out of that companionship of Allah that a human being learns to contemplate and reflect over and find themselves present with all the time, which can then lead them to the ultimate state of spirituality, as referred to in Hadith the footsie as

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ESA and Tao with Allah on the Katara so when you feel that emotional field push,

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connect with Allah subhanho wa Taala you know, you're crying, calling just such that cry. You know, you're in pain, say Allah's name and say Ya Allah, I need your help. I need your assistance. The third thing I remember was, he says, you're stuck with Qibla wire for wire for your day, that a person faces the fibula, and he raises his hands when making dua to Allah. And after finishing the DUA, YM Sahaba Hema watch her goofy sad that he finishes off his prayer she finished off her law by wiping their hands over their face. Why does the person raised their hands? Well, okay, why is he saying face to Camilla to show that you are giving your undivided attention to your action? That's

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why in Salah we face a cabinet to show attention to show focus. If every person prayed in different directions of the masjid, we weren't facing one direction. There will be no

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focus there, we stand in line for shelter team and focus. So when you stand towards the Qibla you face a direction you show your focus to Allah. Similarly, the third pillar is a direction where Allah's Mercy is distributed through the world this is where the very special mercy of Allah descends and that's what we face in that direction when we pray our salon so you stand in that direction asking Allah Ya Allah this is the direction that your mercy comes from I ask Allah give me mercy from this direction. Why do people raise their hands to show their state of desperate see Yet Allah These hands are empty, and I raised them in front of you. You see they're empty I see the

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empty as a burger as a beggar raises his hands and desperate see in front of wealthy people. I find myself raising my hands in front of you. Yeah, Allah. Yeah, hi, Lucy. Yeah, Maliki.

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And he finished off, wiping his hands over his face. Why does a person do that? To fall within Good Hope, good, hoping Allah, that when a person's affairs are taken care of, and when a person gets what they want, they wipe their hands over their face, like yes, it's done. And I've accomplished it's a gesture people make, when they're done when they've accomplished something, they wipe their hands over their face or wipe their hands over each other saying it's done. So when you wipe your hands over your face, it's as if you have hope and Allah saying that whatever I asked Allah, it's done. I've made my dua to Allah I've asked Allah for for for acceptance, that acceptance is here.

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Never doubt the giving of Allah subhanahu wa Tada. The next thing they say is

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that a person lowers his voice.

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Uh, yesterday, the sort of blob, he lowered doesn't shout and scream, because a humble person lowers his voice. When he calls on his master.

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The next thing he remembers the lie and he says, Elijah color for surgery, that he should not

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you should not you should not engage in unnecessary poetic flow in your prayer.

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That you start showing your eloquence in front of a lot, showing off and being arrogant while you claim you're being humble in front of Allah.

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They say the scholars say Buddha Allah have been decided Villa well if the car lovely sun and Fossati will interlock that color Allah with a tongue of humbleness, with this tongue of desperately. Now with an eloquent arrogant tongue. Allah azza wa jal doesn't like was tongues, Allah's, whatever doesn't like those people. If Anwar has a natural flow to it, that's okay. I'm talking about the Colophons Sajha. That's like being overly just really exaggerating to ensure that you are making a point, you know, and it's not about what you're saying. It's about the way it sounds to people.

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Similarly to say unto this very same point, that it is recommended that a person rather than using unnecessary poetic language when calling on Allah, use the ayat of the Quran and use a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam,

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the ayat of the Quran or the kalam of Allah and what Kalam is better than the kalam of Allah, learn to find peace in that was made by the prophets that are narrated in the Quran, I find those laws to be most beautiful, by the way, you know, you find if you reflect over the words that the prophets used when they call that Allah, you will be lost in beauty. The language they used, if they are how they made themselves, humble in front of Allah, Allah in

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the heat Subhanallah in the country and authority me it wasn't your fault. You are Allah, You did nothing wrong. Subhana you're pure. You're glorified. You're above everything. In knee Clinton in the bottom in Yalla. It was all me. Eunice Ali Salam is breaking his ego even though he has no equal in front of Allah. He's lying in the

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belly of the of the hood.

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The whale and he's at the bottom and he's lying or somebody who I'd say he became so sick from the acidity in the whale stomach that he was lying there and he couldn't move. And he said, What do I do? I messed up, I left my people without Allah telling me to leave them and he's lying there lying there. And when the whale went right to the bottom of the sea, it settled down and through the stomach of the to the skin of the whale. You decided Saddam was lying and he heard the rocks doing this we have Allah

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and he said Allah can hear the rocks and if these rocks are doing this, we have Allah at the bottom of this ocean. To let me do this we have Allah to Allah

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Subhana Allah in the continental body when you look at the other area do ask me Rahima raised by a human is by use of bodies of different data Nieminen milk all lumped anaemia will Hadith thought there are some illogical ontology for dunya while Astra in the last part of the DUA Jewboy telephony Muslimah while whittany Beside ya Allah give me death as a believer and join me with the righteous in the hereafter. Find some

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Other CPCE and these are the Quran.

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Scholars have written books on this by the way.

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I should have started out with Allah Allah has a book called menagerie Bula. The accepted whispers it's been translated in English. Very beautiful blog, very beautiful book of laws. You know, Medallia Tati has his very famous in his book. This is one of my favorites.

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Very beautiful book on that was recommended from the Quran and Hadith of the Prophet Allah when he was.

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And then, aside from the Quran, the words of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, because those were also a form of Revelation.

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Those were words chosen by the Prophet of Allah. You know, there's nothing wrong with using your own words to make dua. You can say Allah, I really want those genes, please hook me up with those genes. That's okay. You can say that there's nothing wrong with that. But if you can find a way to make that dua through Quranic words, then do that. For example, I've been to it and epidemia Hassan Hustler, or Phil Avenatti has it working out or not. And the interesting thing about this is that the Hassan has Nikita which means that whatever it's not a dua that's a blanket law, all good. It's whatever good you're intending at the time of that this block can turn into That's why if you look

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at the deceit of the word hustler in Robina it nothing Yeah, Hustler, you'll find a gazillion opinions, because it's not good. Everyone has their own interpretation of what hustle means. I live at the Allah Juan's interpretation was hustler means

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a pious spouse. He used to say this is the dua that you make for marriage. But it all fits in your hustler of alpha Hustler, Latina.

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hustler in the dunya means that

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remember the law it says from the conditions of the law

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is that a person has firm conviction that ALLAH SubhanA Horta will accept. He has jasm firm conviction that Allah azza wa jal will accept. Never doubt Allah subhanaw taala the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teaches us older Allah Hawa Antoon move the known ability Jabba call on Allah while you are searching of acceptance, don't doubt Allah azza wa jal

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scholars are saved from the conditions of dua. So actually this point is very important. When you make dua to Allah you have to be hopeful some of the Allah ma have said that this is the Rasul icon.

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They said this is the most important condition.

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And that's why Allah azza wa jal even gives to a disbeliever. If he knows that his God has Allah is the one that will give a person that calls on Allah and believes firmly that Allah will give them Allah will take care of them. You just have to learn to trust Allah with that conviction.

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The next thing to Allah, this amorphous idea of underlying it writes, that you must persist in your DUA

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A, you will have a DUA, or you call it a hotel data, and that you repeat your DUA multiple times three times. You make one lot at once, but you say it again, and you say it again, because when a person is persistent, and they are, they repeat their call again and again, that shows again, a very desperate state in that person and Allah subhanaw taala likes to see his servant in a desperate state. The next condition the scholars they say is that you start off and you have to hug bla bla heeta Allah, salata, Allah rasool Allah, Allahu alayhi wa sallam, well, you have to know who your team will be Raluca Avon, that you start your DUA with with the vicar of Allah with the remembrance

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of Allah with the praise of Allah, and Salawat salutations upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a person who starts with a lava saying, Yeah, Allah give us Jana has not acted upon this in

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the summer is that when you start your blog, you say, I'm humbled, and now you don't belong to me. And then you said a lot about the Prophet, Allah who was suddenly I'll see you then 100 And now you can make dua for your Levi jeans that you want to have or whatever it is. I don't know why we're talking about jeans today.

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Maybe it's because Hudson's jeans are distracting me.

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Whatever your Glide is, and you go ahead and you ask, well, yes, people will be that like either what does that mean? And you also finish off your DUA, that same fashion Salalah and then was salam ala l Mursaleen? Well, 100 in LA Hara,

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as the common reading of people to come and do other people make when they close off. And the last condition the scholars they see

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is that if you're asking Allah for something, make sure you ask for forgiveness. First. Clear your affairs with Allah before you ask for something.

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So that's why from the etiquettes they say, Praise Allah, sal Salawat upon the Prophet and the third thing you should do is, is Stefan ask Allah for forgiveness we'll talk more about is to find forgiveness up ahead. What are Jotun the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also tells us that Allah azza wa jal is saying and you are hopeful in me, as long as you call on teammate and you have hope in me, we see the effectiveness of hope. Going back to that point I just mentioned earlier when you when you make dua to Allah, Be hopeful that Allah azza wa jal will accept your DUA. Be optimistic, don't be

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be pessimistic Don't be negative, that Allah azza wa jal won't accept Mattawa if you don't have the right balance between hope and fear, it'll destroy you. You have to learn to create the right balance. That's why they're all Mr. They say the example of hope and fear

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God Muslim Okata it used to be General Hayden, a believer is like a

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fighter means like a bird. He used to be Jenna Hain he flies with no one wing but two wings.

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Jenna Raha wodgina hood Raba one wing of is a is a hope and the other wing is of fear

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for Jana Rafa yet fighter who Illa Fahrenheit, it's the wing of hope that allows him to go in the direction of doing good. It encourages him to do good. Watch it Oh, Raba Yamuna or hoomin fairly sharp. And it's the fear the wing of fear that prevents this person from

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from engaging in evil. You know, imagine a bird that's trying to fly with one wing, let's say, Let's even say there was lift off, let's say there was lift off, and it can somehow maintain its mass in the air. If it was only flopping with one side, actually, let's swap from the bird example to a canoe example. Someone's they're in a boat, they're in a canoe, and they're only paddling on one side, what's going to happen guys,

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they're gonna go in one direction, I circled absolutely right. That's what I was gonna say. They're gonna go in one direction, but ultimately, if they just keep paddling with one paddle in the same direction, they're gonna go in circles.

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If they do it the other side only they're gonna have the same problem again. So, in order to go forward, what you have to do is that you have to paddle a little here and you have to paddle a little there. three strokes here, three strokes there, one stroke here and one stroke there. You have to find yourself in a flow where you're thrusting forward by providing force on both sides equally and this is what the scholars saying, when they mentioned this point. And Muslim Kataria up Jenna Hain that the believer is like a, like a bird that flies with both weeks.

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There's a discussion amongst the scholars that should a person live their life in more fear or more and hope. Allah azza wa jal says, well, even half of Matamata be Ginetta the one who fears standing in front of his Lord will be rewarded with two paradises. You know, they don't, they're not content.

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They're not foolish. They fear a Day, like a person who fears that exam. They prepare for it. So the scholars they mentioned that there is a balance between the two that ultimately has to be reached. If you have too much hope and Allah and there's no fear at all, then you won't feel the consequences of doing wrong and therefore you'll engage in wrong which will harm you. If you have only fear and no hope, you will fear that Allah subhanaw taala isn't accepting anything from you, and he's constantly angry at you, therefore you will lose your Ibadah as well, because the joy of Alibaba won't be there anymore. So there is a balance that should be created between the two. This is a

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lengthier discussion. We won't engage in it in our class. Some Alama have said that either kind of in hired already he or in the agency he file for the majority of Raja Raja fill Hadith Maharlika, Allah habila Then in the earlier part of the life, that should be more fear, because that's when there is more of a more of a calling or pushing towards committing sins, and towards the end of your life, there should be more hope because you've lived your life now have hope and Allah subhanho wa taala. The poet he says, yeah, don't be in ardamax Vinoba threaten

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ya Robbie, in alguma, Ruby Kathrada fucka dalim to be an Africa, them, Oh, my Lord, even if my sins reach abundance, I know that indeed your forgiveness is greater in Galilei or Juca Illa monsoon. If only the pious righteous were allowed to have hope in you, feminine love the yard, you were the ultimate you remove that who will the criminal call out to? Who will the criminal have hope in Mali in a CoSIDA Illa. Raja? The only path I have to you oh my lord is my hope. What do you mean to Africa, similar in the Muslim and I have hope in your beautiful forgiveness

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and that I am a believer. I've submitted myself to the Quran and the Quran tells me that you are the Forgiver of those who commit sins.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam continues on and he says you have an Adam no Bella DeLuca Anna Anna sama sama stock for 10 years after that if your your your sins were to reach Anna Anna summer what is Anna Anna summer? I read a summer ace haha the clouds of the of the heavens. Well key lemma Allah minha Some scholars say another summer

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doesn't mean clouds it means what is above the clouds

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a Valhalla, caminhada Rafa, Terrazza Illa Sama, what you see above the clouds when you raise your head when you read your Scott or your your head to the to the sky?

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It's the fun. If you come to Allah if there was a way to quantify give a body to our sins. How many sins Do you think you would have? It's a question and want you to think about this for a moment to think for a second. If your sins had a body, just like your clothes have physical presence. You know, for some of us one closet doesn't do it. I have a friend who had to build a whole closet just for his shoes. This is a guy by the way, a whole closet just for his shoes. He has so many shoes mashallah a person has so many cars that when one closet doesn't one grudge doesn't work. There's one person that I knew that he actually purchased a warehouse to store his cars and true story. He

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purchased a warehouse to store his cars and what happened was then he needed someone to clean them. So he hired a staff to clean them Muslim brother. Then he realized that since he has a staff, he has a warehouse, why not make a business out of it? He then turned it into a carwash.

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No. But

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if there was a way to give space, if you're bought if your sins were able to occupy space, how much space do you think your sins would occupy?

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You know what I fear? Most of us are right now thinking of a small little, you know, Tupperware container, or we're thinking of a shelf. We're thinking of maybe like a small trunk, that that's, that's the quantity of my sins. I don't know. But a believer should never think little of his of his sins or her sins. When it comes to looking at your sins you should always view them as being great. That's a Buddha who hygena well who I'm the law he are then you think little of your actions but it's great with Allah

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it builds up and builds up kind of like that. I think our attitude toward our sins is like the attitude uncle's have towards the New

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England musicality. Right, you know, let us let you is like a desert that we have in the DC culture. It's like it's very slimy dough.

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Greasy ball

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injected with sugar. Very sweet. It's not good for your health. It's like a It's a it's a diabetes pill. That one that saves you from diabetes that actually

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it gives you diabetes.

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If you're interested in joining the diabetes train lagoon Shala now what happens is that a person is diabetic. Every time they're, every time they eat it. What did they say?

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They want a second to hurt me. You know, when they're having their tea, they add one teaspoon of sugar. What do they say? It's only one spoon. It's not gonna hurt me. When they're having sugar when they're having coke. You know how many grams of sugar there is in coke? A can of Coke? Anyone know?

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That 26 of them correct. 25 or 26 grams. You know what sugar that is? In Me spoons of sugar that is my friends.

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How many spoons do you think have a spoon one spoon?

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It's 13 tablespoons of sugar in one can

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you think yourself? We won't be it's not a big deal. I'm young Johnny here, you know, it's not going to catch up to me. But then what happens? We have people in their early mid 30s Who are pre diabetic. It's very easy to say it's genetic inshallah it is. But it's also very possible that it's a result of

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all this nonsense. They're eating all the Twinkies we've had when you were six, seven years old. So that's the nature of sins, you just keep you can think of yourself, that's not a big deal. It's not a big deal. It's not a big deal. My sins really can't be that big because that guy there's clearly a greater center than I am. And the dean, or the process of teaches us to not think like this, he teaches us what happens is that people when it comes to their worldly affairs, they aspire to be like those that are above them.

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What do they do, man, I want to be wealthy like that guy. But when it comes to the religious affairs, their content by looking at those that are underneath him, that guy only appears once that I prefer I prefer to set up and hamdulillah I'm more pious than that, guys. You guys understand? When it comes to their worldly affairs, they look at those that are ahead of them. And they aspire Wow. And when they look at their fears, their fears that they have to look at the person who's behind them. And they say that that person only reads Quran or Milan at least I read it in shawanna as well. At least I opened up the Quran in Shabbat as well. I'm definitely better than that person.

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That person is the jaws and I will be able Surya you know, your mind does this sort of a was a good analogy. I'm at home as a shaytaan says Shaytan said to Allah that I will I will beautify their deeds I will change their deeds from their true form and present them in a different form in front of them. The out of

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The poet says

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hello Zulu but severe Raha Kabira ha that Toka leave sins, the great and the small Oh God fearing person. Oh God conscious 100 Zulu but Sarita ha Kabira that took

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this there's one like before that, I think.

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No, that's right. Khalid Aruba Surya Raha Kabira ha ha ha Lata Tirana Surya Ratan for ineligible Amina Hassan he says leave since they're great and they're small Oh conscious one. Oh the one who has stuck lotta Tehran Anasazi Latin Do not be little small sins for innogy Bala Minam Hassan because mountains are made of pebbles, they add up and they add up and before you know it, your credit card bill is more than you expected. All those $1 purchases now became a few $100 That's the nature of it. So

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it's still far now. shoeless, the fog comes from the heart. It's the fire that is delivered only through one's tongue without the presence of the heart is not true as to

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hustle and bustle. Mo Allah used to say regarding the system, that is the father that is done with a tongue. It's the farmers repentance that is done with the tongue. Without the presence of the heart is in itself disrespectful to Allah and you should make us default for that as default. You should ask Allah for forgiveness, for asking Allah for forgiveness, in such a heedless fashion. Imagine a child who is standing in front of his father after doing something really bad. And he's standing with his father and he's looking around the walls and says, Dad, I'm sorry.

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Do you think this father would accept his apology?

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Yes or No? No. In our community,

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the community that I come from, not only with the father not accept his apology, he would do what

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he would pull off his belt and do some die. He would drink he would clean this person out, you know, give them a good beating that you don't have respect that you stand like this. And you that you're heedless, and you say that you're sorry, when in reality it's very clear from your attitude that you actually are not sorry at all.

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That's why the other law they say, in order for repentance to be accepted that Allah the conditions must be met. You know, I'm no we're gonna have to Allahu Allah. And as the other side of he and right in the opening chapters, he talks about the the virtue of Toba, and he brings his sharara to Toba, the conditions of Toba, he discusses the conditions of repentance. And he says the conditions of repentance are the first thing that you leave the sin that you're engaging in federal court Maaseiah, you can't be engaged in the sin. A person can be drinking alcohol and asking Allah for forgiveness while they're actively drinking alcohol. It's hypocrisy. It's hypocrisy doesn't make

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sense. You have to leave this in. The second thing, you have to have regret and remorse over committing the sin. You can't be proud of it. Hey, man, if I had the chance to kill him again, that's not how it works. You have to regret doing that. And the third thing is that you make a commitment to Allah that you won't do it again.

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You make a commitment to Allah, that you won't do it again. Now, if you do it again, that's okay. Then you make a commitment again. And if you do it, that's okay. You make the commitment. You keep repeating that commitment again, and again. Because you do this in 100 time doesn't mean you can't make a commitment again. But when you make the commitment be sincere at the time of if a person makes a commitment while being insincere, knowing that they're not going to hold a commitment. That's one thing, or actually planning the next crime while they're saying they're not going to do it. That's, that's in genuine, that's not acceptable, Allah, Allah knows the state of the heart. But

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if a person is genuinely listening Allah, I won't do it again. And then even 24 hours later what happens? They do it again. Their Toba is accepted with Allah, hustling and bustling while discussing the conditions of Toba. He adds more conditions. One of the conditions he adds is he says that in order for your Toba to be in a zoo, for it to be sincere and accepted by Allah, you must ensure that you set you sever all the pathways that lead you to the sin in the first place. You must cut off the pathways, remove yourself from the WhatsApp groups. disassociate yourself from those friends, stop attending those gatherings, discontinue watching those shows. Don't use your phone after certain

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hours. You know, you have to cut yourself off from those avenues that repeatedly take you back to that sin. Again and again. Otherwise, if you don't cut those avenues, often you're going to be at that sin before you even know it. It's like a person who comes back from Hajj and Amara, and they say that Hi, gentlemen. I was supposed to change my life for two weeks later. It says if I didn't even go for ombre. It says if I didn't even go for Hajj. Well, the transition back to your life after 100 Ramadan is as important just like Toba. The transition of what happens after Toba is as important you have to have a game plan of how I'm going to stay away from that sin. If you're

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command the wise said to his son

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yeah Bonilla,

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outwardly Sonica Allah homophily finally Allah He sat in la hora de Hassan. Make a habit of saying Allah homophily he says to ascend Lachman, the why says to make a habit of saying Allah homophily Oh ALLAH forgive me, because every day Allah subhanaw taala has certain times certain moments in which prayer is not not rejected, and your DUA will be accepted and you will gain that forgiveness of Allah has an adversity said up through middle is tougher if he will you to come. What Allah may Allah in the Quran, Rafi to overcome a fear as vertical Wi Fi majority cecum a NEMA Kuntum for in ACOEM method rule number 10 00 has an impossibly says ask Allah for forgiveness in all places and at

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all times. When you're driving your car ask Allah for forgiveness. When you're walking in the park ask Allah for forgiveness you're sitting at your desk, keep saying Allah haemophilia stuff that Allah stuff that Allah you're walking to your car from your car on your bed, you know playing games, you're you're you're playing soccer with your friends and you're running in midfield about to have the ball to say stuff but Allah because he says you don't know what Allah mustard on forgiveness will descend. And if you're asking Allah for forgiveness, during that window when his forgiveness and as part of his descending, you will be a beneficiary of it.

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There is a via narrated by a beloved dunya in his Kitab the first one from Abu Dhabi hola hola to Milan. bein Mr. Rajan. Mr. Belton is another era sama you were in a new Doom was a person lying on the ground and he was looking into the sky. adoring the beautiful sky and looking into the stars. For cada he then said in Nila Alamo and lucky Robin Harlington he said oh sky all stars I know that there is a Holic integrator for you Allahumma fiddly. Oh Allah you are that creator I asked you to forgive me. For HOFA Allahu Allah azza wa jal forgive him. Similarly, there's another EY

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narrated by mortar can Roger in Yamuna Sujatha was a person who committed many sins for Khadija ill Berea he one day went into the open land for Gemma to Robin he gathered some soil together Fatah Lee he was stealthy and he lie down on the soil facing upwards for follow up with fully the newbie so Allah forgive me. I have committed many sins I asked you to forgive me, for Allah. Allah azza wa jal said in the habit ARD for Angela who Robin your throat blue or your abdomen. He said that Allah azza wa jal says that indeed the servant of mind knows that he has a harlot who is capable of forgiving him and capable of punishing him

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testify that I have forgiven him. And there's a similar narration narrative in Behati and Muslim from Abu Huraira the Allah one with the exact same message

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and not a nabbed an addenda that there was a servant who

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committed a sin for Tala be up to them and fulfill the Oh ALLAH I've committed a sin so I sincerely wholeheartedly ask you to forgive me. But Allah Who daata Alima Abdi Andela Hora Bunya Pharaoh them way up who will be conferred to the empty that my servant acknowledges that he's committed a sin and that there is a rub his Holofernes master his Allah can forgive him or or hold him accountable. He acknowledges his goal I forgiven him. Some a MacArthur Masha Allah from heaven above them, but then the Hadith the narrator says that after some time passes by, and then the same person he commits another sin and he repeats the same sentence. And Allah says I forgive him again. For the economic

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front, oh well, the mandala terrain of rain or feederwatch and the Muslim and Hakala photographer so far to the Abdi Philomel Masha, he repeatedly keeps doing this. He asks Allah for forgiveness, and then he

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engages in that same sin after a period. And the third time Allah azza wa jal says that as long as he continues doing this, my forgiveness will be there for him. Keep returning back to Allah keep asking Allah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself was very humble like this. And he understood the weight of his of the sins of mankind, the props that allows him didn't have any sins, he would make us the thought for refer Daraja discovers see when a person asks Allah for forgiveness, the first function is that it wipes away your sins. The second function is that after you wipe away your sins, it now causes plays a role in elevating your rank in paradise. So the

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messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would make us defer to Allah regularly to teach the Sahaba that you should keep yourself busy. There was a person from the subcontinent

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they used to call him Mirza stockfeed Allah

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one of the scholars of the past they would call them Mirza

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a stuff for them a hydra stuff that Allah Musa fella, same thing, same person. And the reason why they would call them that is because he kept saying what stuff for a lot of stuff and a lot of stuff. Stuff. Stuff for Allah kept pretending to Allah kept repenting for Allah. Someone wants asked him that why

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If you keep appending to Allah subhanaw taala he said that I made I committed a mistake in my life. And I fear that if I stand in front of Allah with that sin I don't know whether I will have entry into gender or not. So I keep asking Allah for forgiveness stuff for Allah stuck for a lot of stuff that keep yourself busy. It's harder they say as narrative in many Hadith collections pseudonym out about all four Sunon books for people no matter the Allahu Al Quran Allah or duly Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam filmers de Silva who the Miata Maratea poor rob the film was to Baliya in the context of of Rahim, if an hour the Allah one says in one gathering, we would count and hear

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the Messenger of Allah saying the following statement 100 times. What was the statement, rob the Philly portobella In Naka tawa Rahim May we be from people who read and who repeat with our heart and tongue, the statements of his default.

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Similarly there similarly there's an aeration body. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said well Allah in Nila stuff that Allah to really fill Yomi Oxfam and Sabina Maga by Allah I repent to Allah more than 70 times in one day.

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In the narration from IP diversity Allah one narrative a mama widow with the Prophet Allah some said, Man, I felt a minute is too far. John Allahu La whom in Cooley Hammond Faraja woman qualities in masa Raja whereas Oklahoman hatred I have to say that whoever repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala frequently and abundantly. Allah will create an opening for their worries and concerns. Allah will create an exiting from the narrowness in their life and Allah will provide from that person from places that they can't even imagine. Ever heard of the Allah Juan says that I make it this far to Allah

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1000 times every day

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to really cool equals a yo min Alpha Amara 1000 times I share the Allahu Anhu let's say to bar Lima watch at a feast Hayford he is the farm cathedra may Glad Tidings be to the person who on the Day of Judgment finds abundance of his default in their book of deeds. Abundance of repentance in the book of deeds. A woman has says merge our Abdullah Ibrahim in Jaren ha ha ha Minister of Foreign cathedra there is no companion that is more beloved to a person in his grave. Then abundance of his default abundance of repentance to Allah subhanho wa Taala not only should you make us define for yourself, but you should ask others to make a spot for you to this is a practice. Allah azza wa jal says to

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the Sahaba well under who involve them and for whom? Luca festa for Allah, what's the ferula humara so that when the Sahaba would make mistakes, Allah's instruction to them was you ask Allah for forgiveness, any should ask the Messenger of Allah to ask Allah for forgiveness to leverage with Allah Azza wa Rahima similarly technological company and Eric some interesting stories. He says Monza the man will be the OBE for Obama Tala phobia, the alamin kala Gugu, that when a person becomes aware of the abundance of their sins, they will sometimes connect themselves for those people who haven't sinned as much and ask them to ask Allah for forgiveness. For example, someone

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who lives too far and you will seek from those people who haven't sinned as much as you have to ask Allah for forgiveness. What kind of Omar Yakubu Minister biani Christopher while you're cool inoculum to lamb lamb to the needle, Allah Allah one would go to children and say to them ask Allah for forgiveness on my behalf, because you have no sense. Who is this? Amira mean honorable Satara the Allah on how humble is he that he feels? No, no worry, no barrier flow to the young children and Medina who are playing soccer. And you know, ask Allah to forgive me because you have sinned and I am a sinner.

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Well, here are the Allahu and let's say the children

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Allahumma fiddley Abbey Herrera Kulu Kulu Allahumma Philea Barrera He will say to children that I want you to say Oh ALLAH forgive Abu Huraira.

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And then when they would say that hola hemophilia maharera I'd be Herrera Maria gala one for you amino Allah to it him, he would sit there and say

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me, he found value in the dua of kids, that he would ask them to make dua and he will sit by their side and make dua, you say mean to them, a bucket of money. He says lokala Raja dunya to follow awaba to full miskeen your fool is still fully stocked federally, he would say to a person who would roam around and come to the doors he would say to that poor person that will come to the door ask Allah for forgiveness on my behalf to and then he would give that person some food or whatever it is that he wanted to give. The last part of the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says given to Adam latte Tony Robbins or the Satya famila theta nilotic will be che a day to commit

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corabi Hama, that if you came to me with an earth full of sin, the previous part of the Hadith talked about sins up to the sky. This one is talking about an earth full of sin not only upwards but

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Let's say your sins were so many that they will also feel what's downwards, the Earth, the core, the mantle, everything, fill it all up with sin.

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But lucky Tony Latisha camicia you met me with so many sins but you had never made partner with me at at Kobe karate hammock for nothing, I would meet you with the equivalent surface equivalent area, the equivalent level and forgiveness, I would give you that same forgiveness.

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In this last part of the Hadith, Allah subhanahu wa taala is demanding from His servants true loyalty. He's saying no matter how much you mess up this, don't make any partners of me. This be loyal to me. Remain mine. And I will always remain yours. Don't abandon me, don't leave me behind abandoned Allah, we just abandoned ourselves by thinking we abandoned Allah.

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Don't leave me. And as long as you stick with me, no matter how rough things get, no matter how far you feel from Allah, just trust Allah and keep asking Allah for forgiveness. You know, there are people who I meet all the time who tell me that they have X, Y and Z addiction to so and so sin.

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And I tell them that look, if you can't get over the sin, don't leave Allah. The biggest mistake you can make is assume and fool yourself, delude yourself into justifying that sin and believing it's permitted in Islam. Because at that point is no longer any stiffer. But if you commit that sin, acknowledging that it's a sin, and you keep asking Allah for forgiveness, you'll have that bond with Allah. And it's possible that humbleness that connection that desperately that you have to Allah is what's most beloved to Allah azza wa jal never sever that bond with Allah never commit ship. And this is the last advice that you sit you find everywhere. You know, it's the last advice of

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everything because it's the most important advice. That's why you know, we is presenting it as the last words of his book, that don't do shit with Allah be loyal to Allah. And everything we've discussed before will all figure itself out. If you messed up on everything, but you were loyal to Allah, everything will happen, everything will figure itself out. But if you've done everything but you weren't loyal to Allah, there's no guarantee of what you'll get in the hereafter. Allah azza wa jal says, closing verses of Surah Kahf for mankind are yet to Julius ha. Rob Robbie.

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And whoever has hope in meeting his Lord Phil Yama, LAMINAM salah, let him or her do good deeds. But the main thing is what? What are you shriek be EBA that Europe be hada never make any partners that Allah Allah has too much data over his servant. Allah isn't willing to share his servant of anyone. And if you try to share yourself with others, Allah Allah will become angry at that person. That How dare you do such a thing? I created you for me. You were supposed to be dedicated to your master your thought if your Allah not anyone else.

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Similarly, we find this to be the last advice.

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Rahim Ali Salam gave to His children. We all know the story of Ibrahim Ali salaam, the great man he was the great sacrifices he endured during his life. And when he was dying, Rahim Ali Salam on his deathbed gathered his children together and his grandchild Jakob, what was sabe ha Ibrahim Alberni here, we are hope old Ibrahim ani Sinha. He's gone through so much in life, tossed in a fire, told to sacrifice his son migrated through the land, calling people first one Allah. And now the summary of his life isn't these this one verse? He gathers his children together and his grandchild was there to Iacobelli salami says, wasabi ha Ibrahim Ibrahim yaku then he says yeah, bunny in the last

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of our community, oh my children. The summary of this entire legacy is that Allah has selected this religion for you. So promise me lotta Moulton in law anti Muslim, that you won't abandon this faith. You will die without Islam and you might have your heart and this is the message that Imam that we're gonna have to Allah Allah is giving as he closes off this book, promise you won't do shit with Allah. If you can make that promise everything will be in place. If you have Imam at the time of death, everything else can still work out. But without it there's nothing at all. Even I'm shocked at the law here Ali. While lying on his deathbed he said some beautiful lines of poetry

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addressing a live speaking to his master after dedicating his life to this theme

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this is Imam Shafi he's lying on his deathbed living this dunya and he said from his last conversation with Allah he says la que la Illa health healthy RF our Roberti

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Oh my Lord.

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Oh master, oh Lord of the creation to you I raised my desire. We're income to ya money Well, Judy machinima and even though all kind and generous one I was a criminal. He's having this last conversation with Allah. That Allah Allah I present my last question. My last question my last week

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As to you, I was the criminal I was the one who did wrong but I still am going to present this to you while I'm Osaka will be without muda hibi Oh ALLAH whenever my heart became hard and the paths of my life became narrow upon me jail took Raja Min Ki JAL to Raja mini layoff weak as soon as I made

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my hope in you my hope and your forgiveness a bridge that I would cross with every time life become difficult Jalta Raja mean nearly Africa cinema I made it a bridge to get through life I always thought of your hope your Allah when things got dark when things got difficult, I kept thinking, My Allah, my Allah, my Allah. Then he says to all the money then we fell in Quran to who? The Africa rugby Canada Africa album, oh my lord. When I looked at my sins, my sins presented themselves in a great manner. I saw how great they were. But then I joined my sins I put them side by side financial column to be Africa. I put them side by side but your forgiveness

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cut off and I found that your forgiveness was greater than at all. Yeah, Allah. There's nowhere else for me to go. That's why the word of the poet he said

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yeah, the Metairie sub Coppola don't go in Moscow yada ahead.

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Right. Oh, my Lord in your remembrance. I'm willing to forgive everyone. I don't want to remember anyone. I don't want to think of anyone

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to Japan to say I've got a bottle without Ohana and think about it. I'm willing to sacrifice everything in my whole to ensure that my heart will always be vacated and be present for you. Subhash Yoko, Agha legato I'm willing to burn away all of my pleasures in life. I'm sad that it didn't shatter ahead. As long as in your concern my heart remains alive.

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Up Nina Zara says cipco Guirado I willing to remove everyone from my from my side yeah Allah. I won't look at anyone again in this creation. Did is you are emitted Allah La ilaha illa Allah, Ya Allah. I'm willing to forget everyone. I'm turning my eye away from everyone except for you. Yeah, Allah. I want my mantra. I want my life to be based around the one statement La la la la, la.

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IG, IG IG. May Allah subhanahu wa allow us to be from these people. With this we finished off our study of environmental law Arbaeen we pray that this is not our last study of Hadith. And we pray that Allah subhana wa Tada. saves us from being from people who hear but do not to heat who listen but do not practice. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to fill the grave of Imam. Now we don't have to lie today with news and that Allah azza wa jal showers His mercy upon him and students and the Allama and scholars who dedicated their lives to preserving this Dean, this Dean that we have today

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went through great sacrifice Mallory Ward, those were the carriers of this team. May Allah reward each and every one of us for attending these gatherings. When Allah subhanaw taala grant us sincerely, may Allah subhanahu wa taala accept our knowledge, Allah subhanaw taala allow us to be propagators of this knowledge. And we ask that just as we've made a small sacrifice in this dunya to learn this Deen Allah azza wa jal gathers us in the company of the one whose statements we gathered here to study in the company of the messenger of allah sallallahu it was well said Allahu Allah see that I'm Hamid Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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