Hussain Kamani – 40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 23 – Purity is half of Imaan

Hussain Kamani
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the Hadith is narrated by Abu Malik has been awesome Elijah de rhodiola Juan, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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purity is part of EMA and humbler fields fills the scales. And so patola entered the field that which is between the heavens and the earth. salaah is a light, charity is a proof patience is illumination. And the Quran is either a prayer for you or against you. Every person starts his day as a vendor of his soul, either freeing it, or causing it to ruin. The Hadith is narrated by Muslim.

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The narrator of this hoodie is a bumalik heart. It's been awesome. Shadi of your loved one,

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he is a companion regarding whom not many people have dedicated a lot. his biography is very little. Many scholars have probably dedicated a line or two to his biography because his background is not known

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until the point where here even though we don't have the law Yachty actually introduces him as a romantic hottest been asked him allegedly, he introduces him as a romantic which is a Scania. Then he says that his name is hot. It's been awesome, a shoddy hardest he called but malaria toddy while commentating on this Hadith, he says that, who am alikhan God been awesome Allah surely that his name is in Hadith. He argues that his name is God the Son of awesome Allah Shari Kala

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and he says this is the opinion of Mr. Hardy Rahmatullah honey as he stated in one of his books, so there's a difference of opinion even on

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his actual name.

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And then regarding him, there's a lengthy discussion Who is he? What's his actual name? Uh Malala. Sorry, after giving a brief introduction to him, he says that our anugerah there are a group of people who never heard from him. Mother Fifi laugh at Yama, he passed away during the fluffy vomit of your loved one. And some some even specified further and they say he passed away. And what was known as the bone and was it was a it was a great plague that hit the Sham region, and caused many people to die. So they say amongst the people who passed away in that plague, was this a hobby of rheumatic heart. It's been awesome, allegedly, or Gabrielsson LSR.

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This honey theory is a very powerful, beautiful narration.

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It's a narration that has few words, but has very deep meaning.

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This Hadeeth can be summarized as a hadith that encourages us to do good deeds. Without doubt, it falls in the category of football either

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the virtues of good deeds.

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These sort of hobbies are recorded by many scholars. And actually you'll find in most collections of hobbies, they will be those narrations that encourage and give us the virtue of doing good deeds. In the Quran itself, Allah subhanahu wa tada gives us virtues that if you do this, this will be given to you. And sometimes we're virtues are mentioned to encourage us to do good deeds, we'll also find so this idea of encouraging people to do good deeds, is called Thorazine. And the opposite of that warning people meaning warning them that if you leave this good deed this punishment may come or if you leave this thought of this obligation, this morning from Allah subhanho wa Taala is there, this

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is called a heap. So there's two things that are the that are the means to encourage someone to do something. And after he is to give them the warnings of missing out that that action or the warnings of doing X, Y and Z consuming alcohol and so on. And Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in the Quran, that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent as Bashir on one of the Iran, someone who was there to give people this sort of leave this glad tiding and at the same time, he was also there to warn people. So those who do bad, Allah subhanho wa Taala has the right to punish them. We hope for the fun of Allah the favor of Allah He doesn't punish any person who believes in that little

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sort of luck, but at the same time, that possibility is there because Allah subhana wa tada holds that right. Now why do we have these vert these narrations regarding virtues?

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The reason why we have these narrations regarding virtues is to encourage us

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a person sometimes they might get lazy, praying saw, so the Prophet Allahu Allah was that I'm sure is a virtue by praying Salah This is your benefit. It's to create excitement in a person so they know that their action isn't meaningless.

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The greatest virtue of every good deed is ultimately you will seek the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala that's the greatest virtue. But beyond that Allah subhana wa tada along the path along the journey has given us small little tokens that along with Jenna on the way you can pick up this too, on the way you can pick up that as well. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells us that the one who serves his or her parents will be given a long life,

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it will cause their life to increase. What does this mean? Some scholars say literally their life will increase, while others say that the span won't increase. If you're supposed to live 60 years, you'll continue to live 60 years. But in the 60 years that you live, you will able to you will live 80 years, meaning the botica in time, you'll get blessing in your time. Some people they live 60 years, but it's as if they've only lived 20 years they haven't done much with their life. And then there are people who live 60 years but in reality they lived 600 years. they've accomplished so much, just in one small lifespan.

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So these virtues are found out when we talk about virtues. One thing very important to understand is that virtues cannot be established for lion cannot be established unless they come directly from a land that assists in a long line.

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So I can't stand up and say that by saying somehow to law, I think you'll get 50 rewards. I can't say that. If you're promising something on behalf of a law. That's what the reward actually is. It's a lost promise for something you do. If you're promising something on behalf of a law it has to come from Allah subhanho wa Taala and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam only speaks on behalf of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So if it companion for example, he mentions and we'll cover some cases in today's class, a companion will mention that by doing X, Y and Z you will get so and so reward. Now when he mentioned that he doesn't say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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He mentions it from his own. Now, what we do as Muslims as students of howdy is that we assume that this Have you heard this from the purpose of a long while he was sort of otherwise there's no other way for him to make this statement. How can you know that this is the exact specific reward for x y&z action, the only way you can know that, like, you know, you can't sign a check on my name, it has to be me who does it. If I'm going to, if you're going to sign a check on my name, I have to give you the power of attorney I have to give you a right to do that you can't just go around signing checks on my name hanging out. So the mythology is similar to a lot of the hazhar you know,

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some of the treasure boxes and their keys in the mafia. All of this treasure all the gem that everything belongs to Allah, only Allah subhanho wa Taala has the right to distribute that reward among his service.

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On that note, unfortunately, if there is a chapter of Hadith, that you will find weak narrations in abundance in its this chapter. Unfortunately, people the narrate, not just weak but fabrications when it comes to the issue of survival.

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Now the scholars agree that weak narrations can be used when it comes to providing online

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humbler mala Dada said this today we covered this narration in our class of say a Muslim, that humble him along with Allah said that when we the scholars of Hadith discuss Legal Affairs, or when we discuss thida, we become very firm, meaning we are very strict on what kind of narrations we will accept. Otherwise, we won't allow them to be a part of the discussion meaning we only accept the most authentic narrations. But however, Mohammed himself is saying when it comes to provider ama, we become easy, will become loose, a little bit more relaxed. That doesn't mean that they allow fabrications. A week narration is one thing,

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something extremely weak is another thing. And a fabrication is not even a hobby. It's an outright lie attributed to the Prophet along on a lesson. And unfortunately, when it comes to this concept of virtues and encouraging people to do good deeds, a lot of fabrications have occurred.

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Some people are actually called out there are examples of Muslim scholars cornering out cornering on a person and saying we have explicit proof stating that you have fabricated a hadith against the Prophet that a lot of it was so you're saying the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said this, but there's no proof for that. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said this, we are the masters of honey. And we're telling you there's no proof for that. And those people would say in return, that we are the Hadith that prohibits lying against the Prophet is against the Prophet. We're not lying against him, we're lying for him. so that more people do more about that. That's why we're

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fabricating these narrations. At the end of the day, a lie is a lie. And lying attribute in the life of the Prophet that along with a misstep is considered as a major sin. You don't attribute false things to align that assumes that a lot of money was sent them, regardless of how good your intention is, even if your intention is good. It's still something wrong that you're doing not too strong. It's a major sin. You have to be very careful. And the truth is,

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why should we have to go to?

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Why should we have to go to fabrications when it comes to law? Our Deen is so comprehensive, that it very easily encompasses

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authentic narrations that are for the virtues of good deeds. You have so many narrations like this that encourage good deeds that are actually absolutely authentic. And we have an example right here. Such a beautiful Hadith with so many verses really packed with with molars and lessons for us to benefit from. So let's start from the top. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam set up the hood or shuttle Eman.

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Now this word let's start with Let's start with the first word up the hood to hood This is the word right here.

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The scholars differ in opinion on the definition or the meaning of this word. Okay. Now this word can be pronounced in different ways. It can be pronounced with them

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or it can be pronounced with such a toehold. So either with a vanilla fish on the ball or a fat hazard on the top a tour

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in America no matter law Holly mentions that depending on which vowel you give to that bar, it will give a different meaning.

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He says that if you give it a Bama

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if you give it a Bama

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then it comes in the meaning of the action of Lulu the actual process of little Okay, so to hook comes in the meaning of Wu

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of Toyota kata refers to what is used to perform with meaning water. The water that's used to perform will do is call

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a tow

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or use the hiney either rehema malita Harvey cada

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embody equals, embody and listen says that when you give it a photographer it comes in the meaning of the water that's used for cleaning.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says of who grew up to hooroo chateauroux a man.

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Usually people translate the word shelter as nice as being half. However, scholars have argued against this definition. Some of them say shut up isn't half of Morocco be shuttered and use it rather means a part. So for example, if I were to cut a pizza, one part of it will be sheltered in this they are you is what is

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half means what 5050 which means on both sides, you have the same amount. And shutter they argue by saying it doesn't necessarily doesn't necessitate 5050 it could be 4060 it could be 3070. So this is the argument they make.

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And no one is behind. He doesn't mean that it's 5051. A group of scholars they say

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up to hoorah shutter a man in order to understand what this is saying, we have to first figure it out what the word man means.

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What does the working man mean?

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That's a question guys. What does the man mean here?

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So most people were translated as faith. Some scholars they translated as Salah.

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They say a man here is the meaning of salah and the reason is because instead of Bukhara Allah subhanahu wa tada says mama can Allahu you via e Monaco. A salata.

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This ayah was revealed in in relation to the changing of the fibula when the similar chain from Uppsala to Mecca makara Muharram some Sahaba were worried that all the prayers we prayed and that then that northern direction towards Allah Azza does that mean those prayers weren't accepted?

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So then Allah subhana wa tada revealed on Nakata love with you via email document Allah subhanho wa Taala is not going to waste your eemaan but this eemaan isn't the meaning of salami. Mercado La Jolla Salatu. Allah subhanaw taala is not going to waste your salon in Morocco with Imani hoonah Sala kar Allahu taala Makana La Jolla de Monaco what the hora to shorten physiatrist Sala for solid coushatta. And since Wu is a condition for saw, therefore will who will equal to half of Salah you guys understand that equation, the argument they're presenting that's one of the

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the second opinion is

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and this is an opinion that I've been hinting to in the past. This word up to hood isn't the meaning of

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what's what's the meaning of a will that will do is half of your email. And how we know this is because there's one Hadith that's narrated by telling me that amatola YALI, the prophets of Allah while he was at him said aloo shutaura Mr.

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Boo shutaura shuttler Lima

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some scholars have interpreted the word to her purity, not necessarily to be restricted to just woowoo or just to salaat are sorry, just to rather they say the word to who is arm and it means purity. In general, keeping yourself clean is half of your mind, keeping your washroom clean, keeping your clothes clean, keeping your bed clean, keeping your car clean. When we talk about cleaning here, the immediate meaning is to keep it clean of purity,

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then, by extension, not keeping it messy. But what's the immediate concern here

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to keep it clean of impurities? So making sure there's no blood, no urine, just any, anything that that that can invalidate the state of purity or in getting rid of that altogether. This becomes a big concern, in particular, very practical, real concern. When you have Toddlers and Babies in the house.

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It's very difficult. Why is that? It's because leaking diapers is hock.

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leaking diapers is a reality. It's something that happens all the time. And children don't have any alarm before they use the washroom. And when they do create an alarm, it's usually 30 seconds before I have to go to the washroom and parents start panicking. Oh my god, Red Alert, Red Alert, everyone stop what you're doing and get the kid to the washroom because things are gonna get messy really quickly.

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It's important that we as parents teach our children from a young age, the add up of the horror of purity, teaching the method Take your time really yourself. No, this is something important. You have to make sure that you put the clothes that are not clean in one pile. Kids don't understand this stuff. When you tell them to change what do they do? No matter if whether it's cleaning either take it and put it in a clean basket again. And now what happens all the clean clothes are smelling funky.

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That's why we have to teach our children from a young age that the Hata is very important.

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clean up after yourself properly, properly, you know, small things like you know, when you use the washroom after you're done cleaning after you're done relieving yourself flush after yourself after you these are our top. No, we think this is not appropriate to talk about publicly. But the truth is that if we don't talk about these things, and in particular, if we don't educate our children in these things, then they want to have basic etiquette. Simple things like when you use the washroom, clothes after you're flushing clothes, a toilet, that's the other one, the person that comes after you, they should have a washroom that's untouched, clean, ready for them to use. I was telling my

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kids the other day that there's there are studies that say that if you want there are studies that show that if you flush the toilet without putting the seat down, the impurity spreads around the toilet, it actually splashes out of there and it spreads around the toilet. There was actually research done that fecal matter matter was found on toothbrushes as far as six feet away from the toilet seat. How many feet away? Six feet away. Right? When proper, the proper other wasn't considered when just cleaning up after yourself. There is an other that for before you clean yourself, how to prepare yourself for using the washroom meaning having the right utensils

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available. There's an other book now how to relieve yourself. And then there's another how to clean up after you're done relieving yourself. These are all things that must be considered up to Houdyshell to the demand. Allah subhanahu wa tada and they'll put on plays in place again, he mentioned the virtue of purity in no one asked me at the huddle and those are people who love to keep themselves clean start off at two. Allah subhanaw taala said in cinema, verse number four telling the Prophet what the abaca Fatah had keep your clothes clean instead of us and our verse 222 a lesson how long without I said in the law you have been where you have been Matata hearing, keep

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yourself clean and all aspects.

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It's sad because unfortunately, Muslims have become lazy on this. I was when I lived in Chicago. My wife and I had gone apartment shopping looking for a place to stay. And we had a realtor involved. So the realtor said there's a place I want to take you to Tom town house that I want to take you to but Tom house the owner has in the in the comments that when you enter the home you can't wear any shoes. So I understood immediately that Who is this going to be a Muslim Mashallah like you know, because as Muslims, we have a policy don't we don't wear our shoes inside the house because we pray some other. So the realtor didn't understand he was non Muslim. He didn't understand. He's like, I

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don't know what the big deal is. But okay, I'll take my shoes off. So we went inside, he got these nice fancy schmancy bags attire on our feet. And we went inside. When we got in that had to be the messiest house I've ever stepped foot in my life.

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I actually told my wife after I got out of there, we should wash our socks too.

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It was so messy, so messy. And that's in you're telling people to take their shoes off, when you're not keeping your own, keeping your house clean. This is not proper etiquette. This is not appropriate. The Muslims should be the pinnacle. At the peak of you know, there was a time where in Russia during communist rule where Islam was banned.

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They would identify a Muslim by seeing who washes regularly. If someone was cleaning themselves regularly, what would they say?

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This person Muslim, not only that, even while Muslims were in Spain, the last period when they were in Cordoba last period, as Muslims are now leaving and they're, you know, they're now finishing off.

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They have banned Islam and Muslims and the Muslims, they would identify them by seeing those who would bathe every Friday, those who wash their face regularly. So that was that's why it's some scholars from the northern African region, they get fatwa to them that you will do the harder you will do the mm for all of your sudden you will do will do anymore. They don't want to happen was the

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their Christian opposition found out that Muslims were doing so they started keeping an eye out. So they went to the scholars again saying we can't even do the emblem anymore. So what do we do? So the scholars would say that when you're walking in the streets, just take your hat and rub them against the walls like this, it'll suffice inshallah, because of the very strange restrictions they had on the light, so Muslims were known for being clean. And unfortunately that's lost today at the Buddha shutter EMA. Now some scholars when they commented on this word for who they say it's not restricted only to an external impurity, external impurities rather it also extends to internal impurities to

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that you keep yourself internally clean. And the scholars the argument is Adi and others they argue What good is it to be externally clean when internally Your heart is filthy and dirty?

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What good is there that

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well, who are taught here knifes rhetorical mask

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This is this hadith is talking

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about keeping your heart clean by leaving since

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then after that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says what hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah will fill the scale. I'm gonna read the next part of the next part as well then we'll cover them all together. Well Suharto law 100 law tamela Annie autumnal Nabina, Salah he will and Subhana Allah, Allah both fill that which is between the heavens and the earth. Now the narrator, he says some lovely autumn level, which is basically a difference of usage of a verb, they're both absolutely correct, but that there is a shock, there is a doubt from Robbie. So he's he's sharing both but either the headset amlani or a certain level, it doesn't affect the meaning in any way. Whether you use the dual or whether you use a singular duel, or if you say Tom, no singular, it

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doesn't affect the meaning in any way. But it just shows us the integrity of the Sahaba. That one the narrative they had he, if they had any doubt, they would mention, oh, that either was like this, or like this, or the students of the Sahaba. Sometimes it's a hobby himself says I'm not sure if it was like this or like this, and he'll share both, both opinions, both possibilities. Sometimes it's a hobby narrates it correctly, but a student says I think I had a little confusion on this word or that word. And according to the scholars of Hadith, if someone says I have a shuk, either this way or that way, that isn't right off the bat, something that makes that person a weak narrator. It only

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makes that person weak if they do this very regularly, because then they are accused of law meaning that person has delusions over there not being able to retain things properly. They don't have proper flips. They don't have the ability to retain things properly. Otherwise, one off every person has confusion, if anything, it shows the Adana, the integrity of that person, that he always speaks in one language meaning This is the hudy but here he had doubt did he hide it? No, he came forward and said either it was this or that if anything, it increases that person in their integrity.

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So now we have these two words here. So had a lot and 100 What are these two words? What do they mean?

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It will hydrolysed Kalani when explaining the word this V Suharto Allah this beer.

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He says it means

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to negate

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any deficiency and any flaws from the being of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Nephew or you want

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to negate any flaws and deficiencies of Allah from Allah subhana wa Tada. So for example, someone says that it to have Allahu Allah Allah has taken a child. What did we say? So Han? What does the Quran say? right away? It does have a lot more water than Suhana it does have a lot of water. What does the Quran itself say immediately. So Hannah, that's the that that's not possible. Somehow meaning that Allah is pure have any deficiencies, any flaws at all.

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And then comes the word hunt, which means which comes in the meaning of praising

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the word hunt is for its bad to come out

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to affirm all perfection for Allah subhanho wa Taala. So either someone is praising another person, or they're speaking ill of another person, there are two possibilities.

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If you're speaking bad or someone we say some had a lot to do, one, to negate that evil or bad, that flaw from Allah subhanho without Subhan Allah Subhana Allah Allah is pure malice pure babble my allies above any of this deficiency you attribute to Allah. The word si Baja, which comes from a similar route, anyone know what it means to swim because when a person swims, they are above usually they're floating, they're floating above the water rather than going deep inside. They don't go deep inside. So just like that person is floating, it is above all the things that are beneath them. Allah subhanaw taala is above any false accusations that are made to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And the word hunt is to attract all praise to Allah. Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen all praise everything belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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As far as it comes to this be Allah subhanho wa Taala says to sub be Hello similar to several other woman fee in the

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seven heavens in the earth, glorify Allah they do this we have a woman fee hidden and everything within the seven heavens in the earth they all glorify Allah, what Eman Shea in Liu said behold become de and there is not a thing but it glorifies a law with his praise when our kin latiff tahuna has to be home but the only thing is you don't understand it. When you're walking. Know that the trees around you are praising Allah subhana wa tada Subhana laws

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Love. The Rock is humbled to the ground Institute. The animals are on fours in record. The trees are standing straight in the arm. The Earth has lied down in front of Allah subhanahu wa Tada. The entire creation around us is doing what they were supposed to do, why they were created for the worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. It's the insaan that forgets his purpose. It's the infant insaan that has forgotten his purpose. Otherwise, the rest of the creation has remembered their covenant and their promise and they continue to praise and worship Allah subhanho wa Taala

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that's why after every Salah we sit down we cease upon a law 100 Allahu Akbar, make a habit of doing

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when you do your Vicar again, but since we're talking about the virtue of deeds, when you're saying so hon Allah and 100 Allah, don't just see them loosely reflective of what you're saying. What I'm saying that hamdulillah I'm saying to Allah, Allah on the beauty in the world that I see, the truth is that you are the source of that beauty. Yala. All the perfection I see in this world, the truth is that you are the source of that perfection. All the intelligent intelligence I see in this world, you're alive. You're the creator of that intelligence, all the strength and all the power I see in the might I see in the mountains, Yala. You are the one who created those mountains. 100 na, comes

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in the province of Allahu alayhi wa sallam praised a person who while eating after every morsel and after every sip says 100 non humble praising the Lord hamdulillah.

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This was a practice of the companions, whenever they experienced something that they enjoyed, or when they were about to do something that they were, they were going to have a good time doing. They would immediately say 100

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they felt a breeze passing by what would they say? at 100.

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If they were drinking water immediately, they would say, of 100 attributes in the sweetness of that water and attribute eating

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the pleasure of drinking water that quenches thirst to Allah subhanho wa Taala always attribute everything to allows a widget.

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There's a narration that I'm going to cover the last one.

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He wore a new garment.

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And when he put on that new garment immediately he attributed the beauty that he saw himself in that garment to Allah subhanho wa Taala Alhamdulilah de casa Nima y de outra to Malawi hayati, all praises to Allah, Who gave me a garment which I could use to cover my private area. And through this garment, I beautify myself. So it's as if these people when they woke up from the lion lady Ayana, bad mama and after eating a comme de la jolla, Amina vasavada, everything they did, right Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah they were always activating everything to Allah subhanho wa Taala, which kept them spiritually strong. Because since they were actually reading Praise to

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Allah, they knew their place in the equation, which was what?

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minimal nothing. It all comes from Allah subhanho wa Taala. When you stop attributing things to Allah, then what do you start thinking?

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You start thinking that no, it's me. Right? In nama Ott, who Allah Allah Indeed, I got a bottle and said, I have all of this wealth not because Allah gave it to me, but rather why.

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I because of my knowledge, I studied hard, went to college, I got a degree, I got my PhD. And I worked my way up. And I worked very hard. And I got all of this wealth because of my knowledge. When that person forgets that there are people who are more intelligent than you and I as well. And along with that, I gave you this wealth as a test. Either you pass the test or you fail it and right now you're doing a bad job at your test. by forgetting your Creator your heart if you're a law, always keep yourself busy at 100 100 100 on the law, one side person.

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And he said to him, gave him a spot. How was your morning?

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He asked that person gave a spot How was your morning? So that person said Alhamdulillah?

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sama rhodiola. Juan said that golden era. That's what I wanted to hear you say? That was the perfect answer you gave? Any other answer would have been wrong. The answer that you should have given the answer you gave was 100. So the good that I have 100 law, the bad that I have 100 there's one Hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, O one omega da in agenda, the first people to be called agenda on the Day of Judgment. The first group of people to enter an agenda inshallah. Allah Dena Medina, ALLAH hafiz sobre, LA. Those who remembered and praise Allah in good times and also in bad times. praising Allah in good times,

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is referred to as sugar.

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Praising the line victims is also referred to as sugar being thankful to Allah, which is easier in comparison to the opposite. Well, what's the opposite

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inside of it praising a lot in times of difficulty, which is called submit, and submit it's very hard. When your heart is broken, when your will is broken, you no longer have any pushing you know energy in you and you feel like things aren't working out. Your eyes are continuously crying flowing with yours and your head is hurting and you can't sleep anymore. You feel lonely, abandoned. And at that time and that lonely moment you say 100 that 100 law is genda worthy. That'll get you to gender By the way, that moment when you're broken and you're just remember Allah subhana wa Tada.

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That's what Allah will give it to you.

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There's one Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that when a person loses a child, Allah subhanaw taala sends angels and says go and see what those parents are saying. In those angels they come and they say out loud, they are praising you, Allah subhana wa tada says, then go and build for them a house in Jannah. And that house in general will be called beta hunt. The House of praise meaning for the people who praised Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Scholars they say there are different levels of praising Alhamdulillah Kohli, who will hum do we listen that are handled only which is the first verbal praise meaning you praise Allah subhana wa tada with your tongue.

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The second is a hum fairly, which is physical praise. Meaning you do those things those actions that will bring the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala. That's a form of phrasing of logic, doing such as a form of praising Allah because it brings pleasure to Allah subhanaw taala The third is a humble highly,

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spiritually praising Allah with your heart, meaning in your heart being content with the last panel down let your heartbeat enjoy.

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Alhambra Louie

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which is similar to the first one.

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The first one is praising Allah with your words. This one is a little further meaning you use extensive or very intricate language to praise a lot like poetry for example, people they have humps a concept, they will sing poetry of praise for Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Then moving forward, Allah Subhan Allah the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says a Salatu knew that Salah is a light

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What does it means the law is a light even the tickler he mentioned for mana who and tomorrow middle mousy, but then how you will monka that Salah will help you stay away from sins. Salah will help you stay away from immoral acts. In a salata, Tanda and fascia

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it'll be a light for you a light through which you'll be guided in your life.

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Some scholars they say Salah is a light for you What that means is a Yakuza

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neuron Li sahibi ha yo mo pm that it will be a light for you on the day of judgment on that day where there will be darkness and confusion your lot your Salah will be a light and it'll guide you

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some scholars they say and they have the Kudo neuron VA hidden Allah was he almost

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that when you praise the law, it will serve as a light that will glow on your face and you will easily be seen by the messengers that allow on him and inshallah he will intercede on your behalf.

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There was a narration by Imam tarantola YALI he narrates it from above in summit metaphor and

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either half of the Abdul Allah seletti when a person becomes punctual in his or her salon,

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file karma Whoo hoo ha ha, ha ha was Judah. Well Terada and he performs the will loop properly does the record properly does the salute properly and recite slowly carefully while reflecting in Salah properly.

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Allah who Allah the Salah, then says to that person when he finishes off halfway look Allah

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May Allah protect you just as you just protected me

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was sorry w ha, Illa sama. Wonder how neural Hata antihero la photographer only Sahaba that Salah will then ascend into the heavens and wait for that person until the day of judgment. And when that person then comes that Salah will be a light and guide that person on that day. And finally when this person will stand in front of Allah for his accountability that's allowed

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will intercede on it on that person's behalf and that person will be granted agenda

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will not only allow one says

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Salo hirakata nifi lamellae legal motto poopoo. Pray to Raka at nighttime, so that they may come in handy when you are in the dark grief. It'll come to you as a light when you're alone in that dark grave, and it'll enlightened.

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Make it more comfortable. It'll be your companion.

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Veronica de la Holly narrates

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it's a weakening iteration. But he narrates I did a video about city of La one and the long one narrating from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam manansala Salatu hums fija Martin, the one who prays the five prayers in Japan, in JAMA. This is for men, women praying the five prayers jazza Allah Surat Al Baraka, lama feola Zuma Ratan, Minister via theme. This will help this person cross the bridge into the bridge that's mentioned the sit off that will that will lead in entry and agenda. That person will pass by this.

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This brings like a bolt of lightning with the first group of people who will enter into agenda.

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By Jaya Yama, Yama will watch Google comedy later.

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And this person's face will be enlightened on that day of judgment.

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Like a full moon is in a dark night. be seen by everyone. This is what the hobbit says a solid two news than the prophecy of a long while he was sent himself a southern blot to bohan

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What does this mean a southern photo Burhan.

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What this means is

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charity is a proof solidifies charity but Han means a proof. A proof of what

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even though it says

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her jetten Allah Imani. It is a proof that that person believes in Allah subhanho wa Taala the NL monopol angle Manasa young Tanya Romain Holly Cornelia Taka, from Anna sadaqa estado de la voz de la quwata Imani because I'm an Africa hypocrite doesn't believe in Allah. So when he's told to give him the path of Allah, He won't give because he trusts his money more than he trusted law because he doesn't believe in Allah. A believer gives knowing that I will be given this back Allah will reward me in some way or the other. So they trust a lot and they give. That's what I lost out on without and the Quran. He described. He characterizes the believers as those who give sadaqa. Giving sadaqa

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isn't easy. It's very hard actually. Because we earned that money and we ended up thinking that we're entitled to it, that it's our money. That's what we call it right? It goes into our bank account, it can only be cashed. If it goes through my account, my debit card, my credit card, I have to sign off. All this false verification. worldly verification makes us think that Allah subhana wa tada is also restricted to withdrawing or taking that money away without our consent.

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Because people can't take out of it without our consent. We think Allah can't take it either. But the truth is Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one who gave it. Therefore Allah has the right to take it. Well La Jolla is way up. Allah gives and a lot of things to tell Malcolm and Tasha then

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we'll come into sha Allah gives Dominion to who he wishes kingdom and then Allah takes it away. Today you have tomorrow it could be gone. Tomorrow, you have nothing very African come. You know. So always remember that your Southern thought giving a thought is a testimony you believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala every Muslim should make a habit of giving a daily sadhaka

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even if it's just $1 a day, go to your local massage, massage and ask them is there a way where I can sign up to give $30 every month $1 of soda every day on behalf of my family members. $30 a day, trust me is not much. And I'm speaking from a purely from an American perspective. You know how much money we end up spending just in tolls in Dallas.

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I don't even want to talk about those who live in like New York forget that. That's like a whole different mess. This living in Dallas. You know, if you if you use the tool to and from to work at the end of the at the end of the month, you're paying $60 just in tolls. That's if you're using one that one totally if you're going to two to three, always make 120 $150 this is very common By the way, people paying, you know, top dollar for food, top dollar for cars top dollar for this top dollar for that we're willing to pay money Allah has given us an umbrella. So why not give back to the cause of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Unlike in Muslim countries in the Western world, if the Muslim

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woman stops supporting their massage, these massages will fold. There's no external revenue coming. There's no external funding coming. No government is giving a check. And maybe that's why we're allowed to use

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utilizes massages to use them for good. In places where the government is filling that check what happens?

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When they give the check, then

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they say choose the Imam, they choose the hotma. They select who gives the other everything is then after that, then the back in the back of the machine is gone. Allah subhanaw taala has given us an opportunity as Muslims in the West, that we support our massage, you might think to yourself, what good is my support going to do to the machine?

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It's only $30 a month. But if everyone starts taking a little piece and doing a little bit for the machine, what ends up happening?

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People that complain, oh,

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our machine doesn't have a youth coordinator. What do they say

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are mostly doesn't have the sisters Imam or sisters,

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community leader, a director for the sisters in our community. Our community doesn't have an educational director. We don't have this we don't have this directory, that directory people complain a lot. And I understand the reason is because we have a desire for these things. And we want our community to have these things. But you have to understand my father used to tell us when we'd go to the Walmart with him and he said about what toys.

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He said they said you have any of them, which means that money doesn't grow on trees, right? You want to try I'm happy you want to log in Buttercup, inshallah. You want to jump in the machine, a login button on the login button, accept your dream and accept your will. But you have no right to be upset with the machine or the board. If you're asking them for something and they're asking you for something and you're not playing your part. You're saying what a youth coordinator? And what are they saying? We'll give you the youth coordinator, but we need your assistance. Right? And we need you to be a part of donating and helping and supporting the cause. Some people unfortunately, they

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have they have the ability to talk about everything. But when it comes to giving, they don't have that ability. And at the end of it, they end up saying foul things to the massage and they say oh, the reason why the massage you don't have paid imams is because the people on the board are stealing the money on a hotel in a hotel lobby that the person is taking that time. Right? He's taking that time to serve the community. And then on top what happens? I mean, these are people who have full time jobs, they have families, they have kids, they're taking time to serve the community. And then what do people do at the end? Rather than saying Dr. Lafave. Laurie, what do you what did they say?

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Don Makhachkala, something's off. All of a sudden, did you not see that his car changes after he became immune? after he became the treasure of the mushrooms, you see his car changed. They don't realize that this person has been working for

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40 years of his life. 40 years of her life, they've been working. And now if they decide to use the money that Allah subhanaw taala has given them.

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There's a problem with that. So this is a big issue. If you want to see change, you have to be willing to be a part of it.

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Otherwise, when you just sit there and criticize you cause a lot of harm. You know why you cause harm? People who criticize without being a part of the solution,

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you end up sealing off the ears of those who originally were open to listening to to criticism. You guys understand that? So for example, if I was originally open to listening to criticism, if people keep coming to me with criticism without help without willing to be a part of the solution, what am I going to do? Stop listening to them. So you literally just lost an opportunity. There was an avenue open for you, you close that avenue down. So be a part of the solution in particular, gifts, gifts, gifts, others, train your children to give Sutton

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my mother Iman lushest always tell us anything happened. Someone was going for Hajj, she would tell us gifts have been going for Ramadan, she would say before you start the journey gets going for an exam, what would you say? Give South Africa first day of school, give some thought. If I was going to give a lecture, she would tell me, I'm saying go and give some thought before you give the lecture. I'll give back on your words. And if you go without Southern, there'll be no buck on your words. I was always teaching us gifts, gifts, gifts, whatever. He used to go at the beginning of the year to my father and he would say give me my giving myself my money.

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And my father would give her this massive bag full of quarters. And she would literally just give one quarter at a time for every small thing a quarter $1 or $5 depending on how much ever she wanted to. But what was amazing was her consistency. It was a consistency that really mattered.

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And I've sort of lost lot of it was said and done says well subtotal the

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patients will be an illumination.

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What is patients here mean? Ibrahima Hawa says a subtotal with Tibet hierarchy tabula Sana sobor means to remain firm and strong patient with the foot on center, you stick to the foot on your heart might say let's focus on this. Let's focus on that. There was one person who came to me recently. He said to me that I like Islam and whatnot, but I don't feel Muslims have the spirituality, their religion, Islam has a spirituality I'm looking for. So I said what are you proposing? He said I'm thinking of following the fit of Islam but the spirituality of Buddhism. But a Hoda went off with that.

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Nabila. This is where you need some Southern. First of all, does Islam offer spirituality? I mean, just because you haven't come across it doesn't mean it was it wasn't born. It doesn't mean it wasn't born. It doesn't mean all the scholars I mean, there are there's a whole list of them. I can sit here and listen well, it doesn't mean they weren't born and because you don't know about it doesn't mean they didn't right. This is your fault. This is your flaw you don't know.

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But even if you didn't know, you have to remember a part of it is for you to be patient with a phenomenon. I was telling the students earlier today in class, that the best form of spirituality you can gain is from the Quran and Sunnah directly.

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I found the most spiritual moments in our life to be those that are reading it. I enjoy gatherings like this. Honestly, it's just so loud, it wasn't to come right now. I would probably continue to ledger.

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I know you guys wouldn't show up. But I would continue anyway because I enjoy these gatherings they I have a great time. And I enjoy myself when I speak about the Hadith of the Prophet that allamani was set up and go into it. And I'm sure you guys do too. That's why you guys Mashallah come every week and benefit. This is just a testimonial, we hope that Allah subhanaw taala accepts this action of ours, that this is our love for the prophecy.

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Otherwise, no one's here to listen to a random person's words. We're here because these are the words of our beloved and abuse and a lot of them a subset of the

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data. Some scholars they see a several who all will have mild Bala because no other server is to enact good character when you are in difficulties.

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When you're in difficulty, it's very easy for you to lose control of your emotions.

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See, when your emotions are balanced, you're in control. When you get too happy, you end up doing things that you that you'll regret later on, because your emotions are out of balance. And when you're sad, again, your emotions are out of balance.

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You may end up doing things that you'll regret. So Allah subhanho wa Taala teaches us when your emotions are really high and you're really happy and excited. Anchor in your emotions and come to a balanced line through something called sugar.

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What are we told to do? sugar or honey praising Allah, honey and sugar are kind of intertwined. And then when you are low and you're at the bottom of the road and spiritually you're struggling because you're just not having a good day and your emotions are at the bottom. At that time again, balance yourself by doing something by being patient.

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Even though he says that there is nothing wrong.

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pharma is horrible heart Allah Allah wa Shukla follow, you know, for somebody, that a person for a person to complain about the pain they're going through is not against patients. For example, you have a fever, and you say, oh my head all my head.

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You complaining about the pain that you're going through is not against sovereign anyway.

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That's okay. subud is for you to show bad etiquette to Allah subhanho wa Taala when he tests

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that's what Southern means. For you to show good etiquette with the last model Donna, there was a lady, she was sitting once by a grave and she was crying and crying and crying.

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We were in Madina munawwara just a few weeks back. And in Medina whenever they have a beautiful graveyard there, it's called

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Buffy and a lot of fun.

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in Medina, they only allow men to go into the graveyard. They don't allow women to go there. I know it's a disputed issue. Scholars have classically argued over the permissibility of women going to the graveyard, personally, my understanding of this issue is that it's permissible as long as proper etiquette and is maintained when you go to the graveyard. But because of the government and their their rule and their strictness, they don't allow women to go. So what we did was we took a group of sisters, the sisters who are in our group, I said to them that I don't want you guys to miss out from this beautiful opportunity of visiting Buffy. So what we did was we went to the side of the

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graveyard myself in a stop Murphy and we kind of given the orientation of what Bucky was and who was buried where and giving Salaam to them and reflecting over Bucky itself and reflecting over death. While we were doing this one random vigilante dude came up to us. And he says to me, Lara loves

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Allah curses those women who visit the graveyard.

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So when he said this, I was like

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he was quoting, how do you by the way

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because the police were there. And by the way, if you do this sort of stuff, for some reason the Saudi government they get really aggressive. So I said to the sisters that were there, let's just move on. I don't want to face off with this person then cause trouble. So we moved on a little bit. Then I sat the sisters down when we were sitting there we came into the courtyard of the machine. I sat them down

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And I said, it's very important that I explain one thing to you. That person will just share that. How do you learn alasa erotic allows curses upon those women who visit the graveyard. He conveniently discontinued the heavy.

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What did he do? He mentioned the first part of the Hadith. He didn't go to the second part. What's the second part of the Hadith? While macduffie Denali has search?

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What does that mean? What they would do when looked at not only how massage is well suited to both things are there, what they would do is this was a culture that when someone would die with a woman or go there, they would go to the grave, and they will build like a tent there and they would camp out there. They would pray there, they would worship there, they would just grieve and be at the grave. It was that culture that Islam didn't want. They you don't grieve and mourn at the grave. When someone dies. You go there, pay your regards, and you go back to your grave, give yourself time and move on. As for the point that is it permissible to visit a grave, and this is the honey that

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started sharing with you. That's why I went on that little tangent that there was a lady sitting by the grave of her son, her son had just died. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam saw her crying and the proxy blossom said to her Be patient, old lady. She said, What do you know about my pain? She didn't know who was talking. What do you know about my pain?

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The purpose of a lot of stuff kept walking. Someone told her that you just spoke back to the Prophet. She immediately regretted it, she went to the Prophet, and she sent a messenger of Allah I'm sorry, I didn't mean that. I didn't know it was you. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to her a subtotal in the submitted una. Patience is, is when that calamity occurs. Not one year later, not two years later, it's at the moment of at that moment, you're free falling and you pull the parachute.

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You have to pull if you pull the parachute when you hit the ground. Is there any benefit? What happens then?

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In not allowing a Rajon happens so that's gonna happen. Catherine happens also to me it happens, right? But if at the right time you pull the parachute then what happens? You become a hero. Whoa, this guy jumped out of a plane. And you know, look how courageous this person is. That in that this is a side note. When the Prophet told her to be patient that he could angry at her by sitting at the grave.

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There isn't even a mohawk variation of that. How does that he got angry at her for sitting at the grave. That why are you sitting here if he saw him sitting at the group he told her to be patient But did he get angry at her? Why are you at that grief? And there are many examples like this that can be quoted in this book.

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And so the last one he actually going back to that point, there's nothing wrong with

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it. She hasn't met o'clock. Well will for five more minutes. If that's okay, then we'll close off inshallah I'll just quickly breeze through some of these points.

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There's nothing wrong with expressing the pain that you're in when you're in difficulty. Allah subhanho wa Taala regarding nuvali salaam says in the nahu Savita Yama, Yama lab in

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that we found him a ubani son and we found him in that widget now Sabino someone very patient near when asked what a beautiful servant and then in another place Allah subhana wa tada says regarding him that you might have sent him said in Nima send me a thorough alignment pain.

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So if there was anything wrong with complaining about the pain, Allah wouldn't refer to him as being patient.

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complaining about your pain, that's okay. Because we're human beings. But remember, you should not say that which is inappropriate. That's why when the prophets have allowed his son lost his son, he said that the indeed the eye cries and the heart grieves. But we don't say except for that which is appropriate to say.

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Because people they started saying the Messenger of Allah, why are you crying? We thought crying was a bad thing. And the Prophet explained, there's nothing wrong with crying. There's nothing wrong with a heart feeling pain when you're in difficulty, but we don't say that, which is against

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Allah subhanho wa Taala. And so the last one there is how do you want to feel on an email on his phone, this one for severe one, this one for sure. That Iman faith can be divided into two parts. One part of it is being patient. The other part is being thankful to Allah subhanho wa Taala master Saba and sugar and you have understood spirituality. You've gone a long way you've accomplished a lot in your life. Then moving forward. There are two more statements we'll cover these quickly. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, opa locka Ali. The Quran is either a testimony a witness for you or against you. even further the law one he said uncore autoshop your own Masha, Allah the

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Quran will intercede on their behalf and Allah will accept that intercession

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from Angela who for when Jana who imama whoever makes the Quran, his Imam that Quran will guide intergender

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woman Gianna who help avahi and whoever becomes the Imam of the Quran means throws the Quran in the back and tells the Quran you follow me called the who is Helen going to the fire of *.

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Feet the Quran properly fulfilled the writer of the Quran I will Musashi says

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This forum can either be a reward for you or it can be a burden against you fucked up your encore on what is bakuman for so follow the Quran and don't make the Quran follow you left to put on lead you don't be a leader to Revelation don't dictate your terms to Allah subhana wa tada

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find out who are on hava v Allah yada Jenna. Whoever follows the Quran the Quran will take him to the gardens of gender. And whoever forces the Quran to be in the back and dictates his terms of the Quran. The Quran will grab you from the back of your neck and throw you in the fire. fulfill the right of the Quran. There is a hadith

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that even honorable humbling narrates while commentating on this Hadith, he says you must Pharaoh Toronto Yama, Yama, Sirajuddin, the Quran will come under the adjustment in the form of a human being. For you, Roger, Pamela who will holler for Amira, who then that person will be brought forth who had memorized the entire Quran or a portion of the Quran yet did not practice it, that person will be brought forth.

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And then the Quran will become a hustle against that person to put on will become a claimant against that person. And the curato sejarah be Hamilton Ahuja Oh la you gave me to this person, for sure how many? What a horrible person was carrying me? Dada who God, he went against the boundaries, he surpassed the boundaries that you placed within me? Well, they are for our ad, he wasted all the files that were mentioned within me. Why don't keep a massiah T. And all the things I told him not to do. He did all of those things, while thorakitai this person stopped obeying me for my azzaro Yahtzee, soiree, he will, he will keep burning arguments against this person keeping arguments

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against this person, hotter you fall shot back up until Allah subhana wa tada will say put on do with this person as you wish for your photo who be ready for Corrado hold this person by the hand from a university who had the Yakuza, who Allah monastery even now. And the Quran will throw this person in the firewall until that person lies face down. And then we'll run through the silence. And then a pious person will be brought forth and that person will also be a half of the Quran and someone who practiced on and the Quran will be a supporter of this person, and will argue on behalf of this person, that nucca will be approved for this person. And it will say, Oh Allah, you gave me

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to this person for hydro hominin What a great person you gave me to have for you the Hotel de la mina the photo ad were stood up amasya t whatever authority and he continued praising that what a great person what a great person. He read me he cried. He was respectful to me. He read me slowly, appropriately fulfilling my right. He reflected over what I was saying to him, he considered it he acted upon it. Allah subhana wa tada will say, How dare you, Paul shanaka Do as you wish with it for your photo via D. Mo, this person by the hand for my unison who had you'll be so stubborn, stubborn. Well, Yaki de la Hitachi Malik YSP he got so hammered. And basically the the, the poor animal hold

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this person by the hand and tell her it will make him wear a beautiful gown and give him a beautiful crown and give him a beautiful drink to enjoy to the closing part of this how do you the process of a lot of money was sent him says for coolness you have to do for value and also for multiple movies. At the end of the day, every person will wake up tomorrow. Every one of us is gonna wake up tomorrow. There are those of us who will either

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use tomorrow to do these things that are mentioned above and sell ourselves to allow meaning Allah will give us gender in return. Or there are those of us that will wake up tomorrow and we won't give any heat to all the virtues mentioned above. And we'll ignore them and we will cause our own destruction.

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So the question is, What do we want?

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I'll close with one I have the for an extra 33434 Ayat of surah shrimps, which summarize this last part of the Hadith. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, one of suwama so

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and by the soul and and he who proportioned for aloha Maha Fujiwara Ha

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ha ha. And Allah is the one who inspired it with its wickedness and its righteousness, you have the opportunity to do both. But Allah Harmon zeca he has succeeded, who has purified? Who did these things among among above, who follow these virtues these four volumes are they're not just for storytelling, these are here for what is to act upon. So we act upon them. And then the last is called the haba. Man, the Sahaba and he has failed, who instills it with corruption meaning the one who fails who's his soul in reality has failed himself. And the one who has invested in his soul in reality has

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achieve success. So we pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala makes us from those who are people of success. Allah subhanho wa Taala opens a path of genda tutorials for us all. Allah subhanho wa Taala makes us from those who desire good deeds, who follow this file, and we worship Allah subhanho wa Taala not only for the file but ultimately for the pleasure of Allah, that this Salah is a life for us, that our patients is a life for us that our sadaqa is a testifier for us, that the Quran testifies for us and not against us. And we become those who sell our soul to Allah in his obedience. So that in return Allah subhana wa tada honors us with entry into general for those with

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the highest companion and with the prophets in Shahada Sudha Salallahu alaihe salam Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

On the authority of Abu Malik al-Harith bin Asim al-Asharee (may Allah be pleased with him) who said:
The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, Purity is half of iman (faith). Al-hamdu lillah (praise be to Allah) fills the scales, and  subhan-Allah (how far is Allah from every imperfection) and Al-hamdulillah (praise be to Allah) fill that which is between heaven and earth. And the salah (prayer) is a light, and charity is a proof, and patience is illumination, and the Quraan is a proof either for you or against you. Every person starts his day as a vendor of his soul, either freeing it or causing its ruin.

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