40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 19 – Allah’s Protection

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On the authority of Abu Abbas Abdullah bin Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) who said:
One day I was behind the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) [riding on the same mount] and he said, O young man, I shall teach you some words [of advice]: Be mindful of Allah and Allah will protect you. Be mindful of Allah and you will find Him in front of you. If you ask, then ask Allah [alone]; and if you seek help, then seek help from Allah [alone]. And know that if the nation were to gather together to benefit you with anything, they would not benefit you except with what Allah had already prescribed for you. And if they were to gather together to harm you with anything, they would not harm you except with what Allah had already prescribed against you. The pens have been lifted and the pages have dried. It was related by at-Tirmidhi, who said it was a good and sound hadeeth. Another narration, other than that of Tirmidhi, reads: Be mindful of Allah, and you will find Him in front of you. Recognize and acknowledge Allah in times of ease and prosperity, and He will remember you in times of adversity. And know that what has passed you by [and you have failed to attain] was not going to befall you, and what has befallen you was not going to pass you by. And know that victory comes with patience, relief with affliction, and hardship with ease.

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The speakers discuss the importance of narratives in shaping narratives and emphasize the significance of knowing the history of the Prophet sall campaigns and avoiding petty political debates. They also provide advice for Muslim men to take for granted, avoiding secret gatherings, giving personal information, and being mindful of one's successes. The emotional impact of crying in love and the meaning behind it is also emphasized.

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this hadith is narrated by an Ibis of De La Habra. basler, the last one. He says that one day I was behind the prophets of Allah Hollywood said I'm writing with him. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Oh young men,

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I should teach you some words of advice.

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Be mindful of Allah, and Allah will protect you. Be mindful of Allah and you will find him in front of you. If you ask that ask Allah alone. And if you seek help, then seek help from Allah alone. And know that if the nation were to gather together to benefit you with anything, they would not benefit you except with that what a law had already prescribed for you. And if they were to gather together to harm you with anything, they would not harm you except with what a law had already prescribed against you. The pens have been lifted, the pages have dried. This part of the HUD has narrative mm to the movie, and he says regarding it, it is a good and sound Howdy. And another narration

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that's narrative other than he wanted me

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to process that a lot he was said and said, Be mindful of a law and you will find him in front of you recognize and acknowledge a lot in times of ease and prosperity. And he will remember you in times of adversity, and know that what has passed you by

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was not going to be following you and what has befallen you was not going to pass by and know that victory comes with patience, relief with affliction and hardship with ease.

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This is a handful of content in just by reading and listening to the translation, the text of the Hadith, we can understand that there's so much to discuss in this hadith. We'll start off by discussing a brief biography of the narrator of the hadith of Allah abis Abdullah Ibn Abbas for the Allahu Allah.

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He is the son of the uncle of the Prophet sit along on it he will sit in which makes him the Prophet Muhammad

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Long honey who was a cousin

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a bus of the loved one spot I'm sorry, a lot of the along on father Ibis. He was an uncle of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu it was sent him. However they were similar in age. So I basses from the younger generation, the younger children have often looked at him.

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He was born in the shell of Bani Hashim,

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three years prior to migration.

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If you study the prophetic biography, what you'll learn is that three years prior to the migration

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during the seventh, until the 10th, year of Nevada,

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this period here was known as the period of the boycott. This was the period in which the Sahaba and bento Hashem were put up boycott by the foolish. And it was during this period that I've been loving our bus for the long run was actually born. And actually, not only during this period, he was born towards the end of that period. His mother's name is Ahmed father, and she is the sister of one of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam maimunah rhodiola Juana, which is going to play an interesting role as well study ahead. Not only is in the US of your loved one, a cousin of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Not only is he a close Companion of the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wasallam, but his aunt is the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his tala, she is the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He had many children amongst them. his oldest son was our best because of who he is also called Avila bass. He had a son whose name was Ali, another son whose name was father, Hamad, I believe a lot Lu Baba and usma. These were the children's these were the children of our beloved our bus of the LA one

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of loving our bus at the LA one is known from the McCarthy room. He is known to be from the McCarthy era these are those companions who narrate abundantly from the preface that allowed me as a hobby who narrates over 1000 a hadith from the prophets that Allahu Allah is sort of automatically falls into this category. He is one of these he narrates, close to 1660 narrations from the prophets that a lot of money was sent him. Now out of these narrations, it's very important to understand. Very few are narrated from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Bella Vista. Most of his narrations are not directly from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam they're actually through other

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companions. And the reason for that is because of love in our bus if your loved one he was born in Mecca makara, three years before the Office of the largest set of migrants. He accepts Islam at a young age him and his mother both except this nominee engaged however, Abdullah's father are bussed on the prophets of Allah, Hollywood, Saddam's uncle, he delays accepting Islam, too close to fetch America the conquest of Makkah karma that's when he accepted stuff. So if not most of your loved one himself says, As above the Haggadah honkala era quotes come to an hour only middle Mr. darphin and Amina will Dan will only mean and Lisa while most of Athena min and Misaki will done Allah subhana

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wa tada makes reference to those who are weak and mocha mocha Rama and we're not able of migrating from Mecca to Medina Manila. He says my family my wife, my mother and I were from those group of people who are weak. We weren't strong enough to make the migration we weren't ready for the migration. My mother is from the women who are referenced in the Quran. One muscle dafina Amina nissa nissa means women. He says Amina Nisa. Well Amina will ban and I am from the children that are referenced in the Quran, Mina and Lisa it would have been done.

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He arrives in Mecca mukarram. He arrives in Madina munawwara finally after his father accepts Islam after the higit I'm sorry, after Fatima after the conquest of Makkah karma

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that's why the historians they say regarding him

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that he was a companion he had opportunity as you'll find them. I'm sorry, many different reference points you can find this, that he was in the company of the prophets of Allah Allah He will send him as a companion for about 30 months threezero around 30 months he wasn't the companionship of the prophets of the long line it was him, which puts it into three years.

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However, there are some narrations that he narrates directly from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and this is one of those narrations where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is speaking to him directly. Most of his narrations are not from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. After the Prophet sallallahu wasallam passes away, he makes it his journey to go and study from the companions, in particular the unsought he would go to the unsought one by one and he would study the deen from them.

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And there are some narrations regarding some very interesting stories. That one time of the webinar but also the last one. He sat outside a hobbies door

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During the hours of afternoon when it was very hot outside and it was common for the artists to take a nap during that hour, so he waited outside and waited and he said I waited so long that I took my shot. I made a pillow out of it, and I fell asleep on on the on the concrete outside his house on the doorway. He said this a hobby woke up to leave his house when he saw me lying there. He woke me up and said what are you doing here? Oh cousin of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So I'm loving I busted I came to study from you. So this man said to him at a hukou, Attica, I should have come to you. Allow yourself to LA I did not send someone to me, I would have come to you. You're the cousin of the profits of a lottery system. There's no need for you to come to our house.

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So I love it. I bus with your loved one then said no, I am the student of knowledge and I am the one who should be coming to the teacher. The teacher doesn't need to come to the student. It's the adverb. It's the etiquette that the student goes out of his way. He waits outside his teachers door, regardless of whether it's hot or not outside and waits for his teacher to come up. Where are those students gone? Where has that time gone? In our day and age students of knowledge teach treat Islamic knowledge as if it's some sort of a product or commodity. We live in a consumer society where we want everything to be just for us. the customer's always right. And we're bringing that

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attitude that mentality to our seeking of knowledge as well. But when we look at these young men, like I'm loving it alone, young child, by the way, I don't want you to think someone in his 30s and 40s when the prophets of allottee, seven passes away, the scholar is actually different opinion how old he was. And the opinion that holds him to his highest age is that he was 15 years old. That's the oldest age by the way, that he was 15 years old when the Prophet said a lot of seven passes away. And according to one narration, of anyone that had the quotes from say, Benjamin, to a few interviews that a lot of it was said in one even though I shouldn't that he says that I was 10 years

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old. Now buses, I was 10 years old when the Prophet said a lot of sort of absolute.

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verbatim. avacado says that even our bus with your loved one was 13 years old. And it seems that your mom was at the dock with the law. The famous historian agrees with this opinion. He says that there is no difference in my market. He says lovely lavender hooded official, that there is no difference of opinion amongst the scholars that he was born during the boycott. And if you do the math from there three years before migration and 10 years after migration, that puts him around at 13 years old. And according to many scholars, he wasn't even he hadn't even reached the age of puberty. He wasn't even at the age of maturity. So when the Prophet said a lot of seven passes away,

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he's still a young man and he has his zeal and desire to go and study the deen. He will go to the unsought and he will study with them and he would sit with them one by one. It Kadima says regarding the knowledge of even a boss of your loved one, that he became a master of the Quran, how he became a master of the Quran. This is actually a direct dua given to him by the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. But he became such a great master that akima says that that's what the Lord wants said regarding himself. Who kulu Quran, Allahu Allah Saracen, I know every word of the Quran, I can give you every context every meaning every translation, every seed of a Koran, every word of the

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Koran, Illa for us, but there are three words that I'm stuck on, under a theme, while this lien wahana these are three words that I myself, and this is a this is his humbleness, and this also shows us that there is no end to the path of knowledge.

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So even if you allow one mainly narrates through other companions been lost. When you're reading the actual heavies, generally in Hadoop collections, it'll say if an Ibis narrates that the profits that alojado was sent him set.

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It won't say who he's narrating from, even though it now buses actually narrating through another companion if you open up the head body, for example, or open up a Muslim or open up a kilometer ago with let's say, even imagine any of these collections. Generally, the narration will say if my boss narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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90% of the time he isn't narrating directly from the prophecy, the law doesn't actually I can even bump that up to 95% of the time. He's actually narrating through a companion. This is called a modal solidity wire. And what is Saturday light is a narration in which the narrator skips the person who is narrating from when it companion narrates and what a Saturday while when a companion of a conference of Allahu audio system skips the name of the person who he's narrating from, that narration is still authentic. The reason is because if a hobby is narrating from someone, who is that person going to be another hobby and we do not doubt the reliability of the companion that's

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narrating or the companion that he's narrating from. So, this is the technical definition that you can find in the books of foolhardy the discussion on murase murase listhub.

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But other than that, he narrates from Marlon ojibwa

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he narrates right

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His father Ibis inherits from up mom and oh, fiance have been harder. I will obey even God's even savage and there are so many others that I can continue to name that he narrates, from

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where he narrates for many people, many Sahaba actually narrate from him to even though he was younger because he learned so much he gained so much knowledge. Later on, you see that and it's been Matic narrative from Him, who failed Marriott's from him. Mama narrates from him, his brother cathedrale Abbas also narrated from him or weapons Aveda narrates from him thought oh scenarios from him, say them in Japan which I had been Jebel, toss him and Mohammed and the list continues on people who narrate from them mixture of the Sahaba and Italian

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as I mentioned earlier, that he migrated

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after the conquest of Makkah mukaiyama, which gave him a limited a limited window to be in the company of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But even now a bus with your loved one went above and beyond to ensure that he made the most of it. There's a very interesting narration that one day I'm loving our bus with your loved one went to his kala, his aunt maimunah Viola and he said to her, I'd like to spend the night at your house. So maimunah the llama Anna is upset. I generally wouldn't mind you coming over. But tonight's not a good night.

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He said Why? She said Because tonight The Prophet said along it was said that we'll be staying at my house. He said, yeah, that's why I wanted to spend the night

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You're my door. You're my onso through you, I can go. So she said okay, let me ask the Prophet sallallahu wasallam if he's okay with it. The promise of a long audios to them said Oh, he's my cousin. Let him come he's a man he'll come we'll have a good time together. So I will have in our bus with your landline comes into sleep over at the house of the prophets that allamani was that um, but what's interesting is that he's not coming to sleep over to have a pillow fight or to have s'mores. He's coming in with a goal and what's his goal? He wants to study the night of the purpose that allamani was seven. Many people have narrated the day of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam, he wants to tell people what the prophets might look like. And it's a very lengthy narration. He says we came home we sat together we talked we had a good discussion. And after the Prophet said allow Alia was said and then told us all we should go to sleep. When we were lying down because the room was so small, we all slept together more or less. But not only do we sleep in the same room, he says we actually all slept on one pillow. There was the pillow that was in its length, the Messenger of Allah and maimunah the law of mana stepped in one direction of the pillow and I slept in the length of the pillow like this very long l you guys understand? He said I put my head

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on one edge of the pillow and extended my head all the way. So like he made the long part of L and the small part of it the L the other direction right here. This is where the profits that allow me to sediment mamoon over the long line of their life together. He said I had my eyes closed. But in reality I was awake.

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He said the purpose of aloha to sit on went to sleep. And he describes the sleeping habit of the approximate amount of cinnamon that narration. He then says when the purpose of the law while he was sort of woke up.

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he exited the home and when he exited the home.

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He went for the washroom by the time the Prophet came back after he had relieved himself and he was ready to do His will. The Prophet The Prophet said a lot of centum found a bowl of water they're ready for Whoo.

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So the promise of aloha to set him said Manuel the ohana, who put this water stop loving our buzz of the Aloha and woke up.

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It was me. So the puffs that allamani was set him called him he said come here young men.

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Muscle hanabusa Allahu la was seven murase The Prophet said a lot of stuff. He wiped his hand his blessing hand over my head, whether Ali and he made to offer me and he said, allow him Marlin hope that we will forgive COVID-19 Oh Allah give him the knowledge of the commentary that the feet of the Koran. And I would love to give you the knowledge of the depth of this religion. Young men, maybe 1112 years old young kid.

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No, no facial hair. You know, what are young kids do at that age? They play soccer. They play Minecraft? They do i do things. And this young kid, what is he doing? He's getting this special law. And this is an interesting point to reflect on. If you want. Remember this, if you want to go off from someone's heart, sometimes you have to earn it. Your mother will always give you the law. But if you want that special special law, you have to go out of your way and find a way to earn that law. That's why doing serving other people is an amazing way to earn law. You don't know how much that person is in need of that service. We were once gone for Hutch when brother came to me and said

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I went to the huddle to do toe off but I don't have any energy. So I'm here right now. I read put on early in the morning. So I did all method on recitation. I was going to call off I don't have energy, but I don't want to come back to the hotel and sleep. I want to stay here. What's one about that you recommend me to do right now.

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I said to I have a good idea.

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For you get a bottle, fill it up at zum zum, get a few plastic cups stand by the people that are doing go off, pour water for them, give them a cup and tell them to make the offer you actually do get everyone's laws. And since it's after the horse, a lot of time, it's really hot there. He'll give you the law from the heart.

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He said, it's really random thing to do, but I'll do it. So you got this junk, you got a few cups, and he said, I stood in the middle where they do throw off and he said, I kept giving everyone water and every person they give water to I told them egloff my mother and make two off my father made the water for my siblings make law for me. And he said, I was amazed to see the people that I was giving water to. I didn't even have to ask them to make a sincere law because they were already crying. These people already doing the law, they were already in the most sincere zone they can be and they traveled the world to come into this ball off. And I asked them hey slide my name and your list. And

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the people were making law for me as I was serving them water. This is how you earn proper draws through the means of karma in serving always. So currently, how did he gain his mom it was through the figment of his mother. Every one of these companions. They it was it was the service to the prophets of the law it was to them and to those who are around them that caught them that special law.

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Now later on we see a beloved bus of your loved one becomes the greatest Mufasa of the most of the defeat of the Koran goes through the students of an ambassador The last one is an ambassador the last one from the Messenger of Allah said waterlilies and he becomes a master of the Quran.

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I was loving. The last one was a very beautiful young man. His student Athol says ma ma ma laylat ottobock Autobots Asha Illa de kado to watch hablar bus. He said there wasn't a night his student says there wasn't a night that I sat and looked at the moon of the 14th of the month 14th of the month is the

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full moon. He said there wasn't a night where I sat there looking at the full moon. But what I would look at it I would immediately remember the face of the love in our bus with your loved one.

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He says

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that when in our bus with your loved one, either model or fix it when he was passed by in the pathway that people would say a moderate misko O'Meara Ebner bus whenever their bus would walk through the street that people would say Did someone is carried like a whole like a pot of musk beautiful fragrance or didn't have now busters walk pastor because he always carried a beautiful scent with him wherever he went.

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Even Craig says, who never heard from his father Kool Aid, that I saw a bus with your loved one Yata movie animate in soda. He used to wear a black turban of love and a bus of your loved one for you to finish ship it on Vienna cafe he obeyed a day he would sometimes let the the back part of the turban the part that hangs school behind, or sometimes he would keep it in the front.

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Keep it out but also the loved one in the latter part of his life right before not too long before he passed away actually lost his eyesight. And there's an interesting incident to how that actually happened.

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Ivanka Veronica huhtala Holly narrates in his alphabet

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from a boss of your loved one that even the boss of your loved one says or at gibreel Mara thing I've seen debated Ali Salaam two times.

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Then one of these times is actually mentioned not in 100 collection but narrative by multiple scholars of Hadith. You remember how we refer to like alley narratives from but mamoon bin Baron who narrates from Lebanon bus. He says that Morocco be Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Wali he Thea will be even Nakia one day I passed by the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was wearing these very beautiful white garments while you analogy

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and can be

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and the process that alone while he was sitting was secretly speaking to a companion whose name was Yacon.

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Now some of you may know this, others Probably not. That Jacobi was a very handsome Companion of the Prophet Aloha. It was saddam and when to Villani, salaam have come to meet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the form of a human being, he would generally come in his form.

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So he says here, well, who will you

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be? Then he says, well, who would you be?

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The person the Prophet is speaking to was actually to be lamesa now, well, I'm in Ireland, but I had no idea that that was the reality. So how am I supposed to know that's an angel?

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So Jebel Ali Salam said to the purpose of aloha today was sort of mannahatta who was this young man that's standing there staring at us so the purpose of the law of Hollywood sort of said ignore me This is my nephew This is my cousin

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so to be naughty Salaam said ma should the was a Thea he got dirty his clothes are, you know, kids are always making a mess playing they don't care about how clean their clothes are.

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And then he said well in in Nigeria who set the pseudo Baba who very very soon his children will become leaders.

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From makaveli Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Later on he says after that was over the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to me and he said to me, did you see the person who I was talking with? So I'd love in our bus with your loved one said, Yes, I did see you were speaking to that person. Then obviously, he finds that it was the rerelease of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then sent to an AMA in the hall, so you have to have a buzzer. If you saw it to be rallies around with your naked eyes, I fear that you will lose your eyesight. And it was before his passing away, that our beloved bus with your loved one actually lost his eyesight. And he would say that I

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remember the day the purpose of the long line he was told me when I was a kid, after I saw as if you're not a Salaam, with my naked eye, that the mood of an angel is such that the average human being can't Varick and for juvenile Islam to be present in diversity alone and to see him in that case, you

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will have thought about what the law has Holly narrates in his commentary under Scotland wasabia that diversity alone one lost his eyesight for Africa only in the last part of his life.

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He was known for his piety in his a bada. Even Avi Malaika says, that I was once with in a bus with your loved one as we traveled from a coma coma to Madina, munawwara when half of the night passed by a bus and your loved one stood up for prayer, and he prayed for half of the night. He prayed a lot for half of the night. For Salah Who are you give a kind of karate. So are you one of the students whom one of his students asked. He stood there for half an hour reading in Salah, praying and fella described this recitation, how was his recitation of the Quran. So even if he Malaika says,

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para sakurako remote he will have that he couldn't come in with the heat. Verse number 19, a sort of puff and death has come with its reality. And this is that which you would ignore that it cannot come to me with this is that what you would ignore what you would stay away from? He says after he read that ayah he continued to read it and repeat it and read it abundantly and he cried excessively, meaning someone not only who was a scholar of the Quran, when memorize the Quran, who would recite the Quran, but when he would read it, it led him to immediate instant reflection. He's reflecting over death as you're reading the ayah which caused him to cry and cry and cry.

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He lived during the saliva of Mao era of your loved one and after that, too, he actually was he actually passed away during the period of the lebens Aveda the long one.

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So while we do a lot one one day approached him and asked him under Allah miletti Ali, are you from the group of Allah because Allah the long ones group and maveo, the allowance group had some conflict. So he asked him and tala miletti Ali, are you on the group? Are you with the group of Ali with your loved ones? With your loved one said, Baku, la Allah, Allah meletios. Man, I am not on the I'm not with that group or this group. He kept himself in the middle. He said, I'm the harsh person, I'm in the middle. And I'm unlucky Rasulullah. If you ask me which group I'm with, I'm with a group of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, which is an interesting language to use,

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because obviously, he is a companion and he has support for both Sahaba of mine of the law, why not leave your loved one, maybe it'll be a long one. But when it comes to politics, he decides to steer clear. That's not his place, not as interest. He is a student of knowledge. He is a scholar of the seed. His intention is to dedicate his life for seeking others. So what does he say? He says, Don't pull me into your petty politics. Leave me alone. I am with a group of the profits that allowed why they would set them and that's what I'm going to continue to do. Don't let people drag you into their politics. Don't let them label you as a Democrat or Republican. If you're not interested in

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politics, don't feel guilt trip. There's nothing wrong with that. You choose what you're interested in, and work hard on that. Maybe for you politics are petty things, they maybe it's petty for you maybe for you what what matters more is rather than going and engaging in heated political debates, maybe what's more important to you is to volunteer at a soup kitchen. Don't let someone guilt trip you because you aren't vocal about your political party. And if it happens with your loved one does exactly that. Don't pull them into your slogans. Don't drag me into your debate. I'm going to play my ground, which is that I'm going to continue to be a student of knowledge and that's what he

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continued to do.

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He was a very intelligent man, very intelligent.

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Woman. I'm gonna be a long one during this cut off. What asked the loving Ibis of your loved one to sit in the private gatherings. So on one of your loved one had an immediate counsel, his immediate shooto which consisted of Senior Companions from the Mojave Dean and the unsolved These are people that he would make reference to and seek their opinion on critical issues. When a lot of the law one would conduct that gathering. He would always ask for a boss to participate. Now if you continue his age, from the Prophet pastor, where he's 13

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years old, by the time I might have your loved one becomes Khalifa. He's 15 years old, because it was only funny for two years. It'll be a long one. So he's another 15 year old kid. 1617 you know, depending on what part I'm going to go along with, to laugh at this is, and a 16 year old kid is sitting with men like going out for the last one, you know, senior Sahaba, who've been with a prophet of a lot from more or less the beginning.

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So some of them are ha Joon Khawaja do Allah Omar they became upset with Amara de la one for eternity he even our bus into the home because he brought him to a bus with your loved one so close, while not giving others that same opportunity. Some of them actually said to be a long one that we would like for you to have our kids participate in the gathering the way you participate in a bus of your loved one. So I'm going to be a loved one. He said, am I in nice od como el momento Matata funa favela. Today I will show you something that will prove to you why I bring this young man into my gathering

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fissara humann hobby is Surah e da da da he will.

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He gathered the companions who are in his immediate circle. And he asked them to share their opinions on the sutra innocent da da da da sort of law when Fatah surah consisting of only three verses first of all sooner for me to love when a beat Yahoo either analyse the formula feed in light of water a young mother who is stuff

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that he asked the companions What do you think the surah Singh's companion said it's very clear that the suit I say that when you see people entering into the fold of Islam in large numbers praise a lot and glorify him without just sort of lying with what are eaten Naseer, the Fulani feed in in La Jolla wotja for Serbian behavior of the Kaaba stuff in Karnataka very clear, if you read the translation, their interpretation matches the translation for calamari abna Bass column,

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Amara Viola Juan said oh sativa so young man, now you tell me what is your opinion on the seat of the surah.

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So he said, that this surah is indicating towards the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Tikal mote the death is coming to your messenger of Allah. So some of the Sahaba asked, Where does it say his death is coming? He said the Messenger of Allah came to spread Islam. And when people enter into Islam in large scores and large numbers, that means the Prophet has fulfilled his responsibility. So then Allah subhana wa Tada. And the last is this suta is prepared is guiding the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to a retirement plan for 7300 because stuffin this is your retirement plan. glorify a law with his praise and repent to Allah. That's what you need to do for the rest of your life. Because the last affair The last thing, the thing you should do after you

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complete your Eva is just too far after we finished our Salah, after we finished praying, one of the first things we do is you see stuff that a lot of stuff that a lot of stuff that we're asking the law for forgiveness in case we made any mistakes while we paint. So he said a loss of data is telling the province of allamani will set them to secret pendants from Allah, after now has a brother, his responsibility as a messenger has come to an end. And that's when the other companions realized how great his rank was. His father abus then came to him and said to him, oh, my son.

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Yeah, Buddha in Morocco, in O'Meara uniqa. He said, My son, Omar is bringing your very close to him is giving you a special position that other people don't get farther underneath. And so let me give you three pieces of advice. If you follow these two pieces of advice, a lot of your loved one will always keep you under his wing.

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First thing, never expose a secret that you hear in that gathering. Anything you hear discretion, learn as much as possible elara gatherings are worth trust. If someone tells you something in a private gathering, you do not have the right to expose that to other people. The second thing he says, Don't ever backed by anyone in front of him. Because if you backed by someone in front of another person, what does that person know about you?

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That you backed by and very soon, their name is going to be mentioned in front of someone else. So he said don't ever backbite in front of anyone in front of you alone because he will lose trust me. And the third thing he says, And don't ever let him find you, like, be honest, be truthful. These are all three very simple advices advice actually goes to any Muslim any human being. But the reason why this is so important is because the father is giving this advice to a young child who has a great bright future in front of him.

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And why he says that I once came for hygiene I heard even I busted your loved one giving a football giving a lecture and he was doing the seed of the verses of surah noon. fudge Allah Jaco you first you he would read it if he would commentate so I would watch

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It says Model A to XML to calama Rajan mithila hada no semiological 30. So room, what took us limit? He said he was so eloquent in explaining the ethical code on so clear. But if the Romans and the Persian and the Turks were to hear his recitation and his explanation, they would accept Islam.

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If your loved one passed away in the city of life,

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there's a lot of context to this. He lived in Basilica. Then after that he moved to Morocco karma of love and is aware of your loved one told him take back my hands. And even if your loved one decided not to take back and the reason was because he didn't want to get involved in the politics, politics were getting heated things were getting really bad. So he then left macam, Oklahoma and settled down and five and it was in five while he was there, that he actually passed away.

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Remember that he quotes he says that when given our bus with your loved one passed away and five, and his body was being taken to for burial?

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Maharaja minashi john john Clayton Aldi many of you have cut the heart attack fighter who famila miroku

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that a white bird came from a direction and entered into a scuffle entered into a shroud and no one saw that bird exiting.

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He just went inside it was a miracle that happened before he passed away. And this incident By the way, isn't only narrative a man Bobby, it's narrative and many biographers. They say that we saw this we saw this we saw this miracle before he passed away.

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Sadly, the narrative mattered to us but i thought you know, lemma Allah, Philco de Fatah National Bureau hardage and men who follow me modafinil Juliet have Elijah Alessia Pharaoh covenant light Rahman Salah ha, yeah, a year 200 Sumitomo in energy in Arabic here are the atom Moto Z, that when we buried in our bus of your loved one after we finished burying them, we heard this I have put on being recited and nobody knew who recited it. It was as if it was a voice from the unseen reciting it again, remember hubby narrates this too. And the Eye of Sauron was a sort of budget of verse number 27 and 28 Yeah, a year 200 enough cinema in era God, you know how big you know, the mafia.

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Boss of your loved one passed away in the year 68 after he died, which means how old was he when he passed away? Let's see if someone can do the math quickly.

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71 Very good. He was born three years before he passed away 68 years after him, which makes him 71 years old when he passed away. As I mentioned earlier, he narrates 1660 hardy alfen was it to me it was a two and a half Ethan out of which 75 ahaadeeth are found in body and Muslim.

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And behati near reach. 120 a hottie and a Muslim Rahmatullah. YALI alone narrates nine a hottie.

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Now let's come to the Hadith.

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This Hadith we study from Abbas Viola one,

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it is narrated through multiple chains.

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However, where it is narrated by by his son Ali, it's narrated by Nick Lima who was a servant. I thought it'd be raba I'm a maintainer. There are many people who narrate it. But all of those narrations ultimately have weakness in them.

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All of those narrations PSR media cool you have off all of them have narration have weakness. This narration that Imam Timothy McCullough YALI is bringing is from how to a Sinani him I'm Timothy after narrating and he says custom signs meaning it's a good narration and it's an authentic narration. So this is the narration that we're going to use for today's class that you didn't even know we don't rely on it brings in his 14th collection.

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The scholars they say that this hadith is a hadith that consists of great principles of the Dean of the religion.

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Chicago father the Gilani Rahim Allah regarding this hadith says as melodic body coats in as much cotton wasabia

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young baleen equally meaning ah ah ha ha de mer Appleby, he it is important that every believer makes this Hadid a mirror for his heart. reflect this thief against your heart and ask yourself how far am I from these words with approximate allies and I'm this advice he gave to a young man.

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For Yama, Louie, he feed me and Hakata he was the guy that he had is lama feduni our alpha what he does is he has Mattila tala. And he says continue to implement and bring this hadith into your life. So ultimately, you can save yourself from any difficulty in this world and in the Hereafter, and you are honored with exile from Allah subhanho wa

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With to honor from the loss of data, even though Roger humbly in his job illuma hichem he says hakala bother Allah that some scholar said regarding this how do you set the bar to handle Hadith for the hush money Welcome to aatish for Samia gente be Heather howdy

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mahana that some scholars they say that we reflected on this hobby and we reflected soul so much on this hobby that the scholar says that my head started hurting and I almost kind of like fainted. I got lightheaded to how deep this habit was, the more I thought about it, the more deeper I went, the more deeper I went, the more deeper I went. Then he says for Allah Azza Mita gently behind that Hadith, how much regret and remorse is for that person who was unaware of this particular Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam will kill it at the family mana who and for the one who read the Hadith, but unfortunately it wasn't it was unable to actually reflect over the meanings of this.

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This Hadith teaches us proper belief in

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what Allah subhanho wa Taala has pre determined for us. And understanding in having a strong belief in other builds a foundation that will guide you through any calamity and difficulty in life. Building a proper foundation and other is not necessarily a deep and intellectual understanding of them even though that has its place in it's very important. Having a proper understanding of others is ultimately trusting that Allah subhanahu wa tada will always do what's best for you. Allah azzawajal has mercy for you Allah subhanaw taala loves you more than your own mother loves you. So do good deeds and you will find Allah subhanho wa Taala as father you will find the favor of law you

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will find the mercy of a lot of shallowness ease, knowing that wherever you are in your life, no matter what struggle you're facing, Allah subhana wa tada is fully aware that you're there. Allah subhana wa tada is not unaware of it. Allah subhanaw taala as aware of the struggle you're facing, Allah subhanho wa Taala is aware that you have the ability to get through the struggle even though you don't believe it, at a loss of how to home without a once you to use that struggle as an opportunity to rise in your spirituality. This is what this hadith is teaching this young man who's going to face many struggles in life. Trust Allah subhanho wa Taala if the whole world wants to harm

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you, but Allah has written otherwise they can never harm you. Trust Allah subhana wa Tada. The greatest lesson of the deed of predestination is the reliance on Allah subhanahu wa Tada. If the captain of my ship was untrained, then I should be worried, then I should be terrified. Oh my god, what's gonna happen to this chip? But if the captain of the ship is the creator of the ship,

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is the one who has passion and love for every person on board is the most skilled pilot or sailor in the world, the most skilled Captain than Why should I be afraid? I should be confident and human beings still have flaws and we can still make mistakes. What about the guidance of Allah azza wa jal, the leader of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Now this hadith has many lessons within it. One very beautiful lesson that I like to reflect over when I read this heavy is how can I best be a long one and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are on the one animal together, and they're writing and while they're writing.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam utilizes that time and starts educating him. Usually when you're driving in your car and your child is in the passenger seat, what a parents usually do.

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They get on their phone, they chat and let the kids play for play games on their phone. Yes or no?

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Are they these days, they have TVs in the car. So kids start watching their TV, and the parents they drive. There's no talking. When the truth is that you shouldn't even waste that moment. You should talk with your kids have conversations with them. You know, I've I've noticed one thing very beneficial. That when I'm in the car with my kids, I dedicate my time communicating with them. I try to avoid using the phone, avoid listening to the radio avoid this, that and the other, communicate with them, talk with them, because I'm not going anywhere. They're not going anywhere. Allah subhanho wa Taala lock us into a box for a reason. And the reason why we're locked in together and

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they have child safety at the back. They're not getting out into I want them to we need to talk let's communicate. Let's advise one another Let me listen from them what their challenges are. The other day I was we were in the car. For some reason. The thought came to my mind. Let me ask my kids a question. By the way, they're only two six and seven. So I asked them a question. I said Do you ever feel lonely?

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So my kids, one of them said both of them the older one said yes, the younger one doesn't even know what lonely means. The toller on the other one, they said yes we feel lonely. I asked all those What do you feel lonely? He said about when he told me to go upstairs to go to sleep while I'm climbing up the stairs. I feel lonely.

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we'll work on that.

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I asked the second one, when do you feel lonely? And his his response is very interesting. He said to me about I feel lonely. When I'm at school, and in the break, nobody comes and plays with me.

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And I realized that Subhanallah he's already feeling this loneliness. So I have to channel this energy. If I don't channel this energy, if I don't channel his thoughts right now, what will happen is that this kid will think that people are abandoning me because I'm weird. So rather than letting him think negative of himself and thinking negative of his surroundings, how about I plant a positive thought in his mind? So I said to my son, when I was young, I used to listen to this machine. Do you mind if I play it? So I played this machine, and the machine was about being in the presence of a loss of human without and he loved it so much. After that day, he sits in the car and

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he sings that machine, about always being in the presence of a law. He told me that he asked another day, I said, Do you feel lonely at school? He said, I am lonely sometimes when my friends don't play with me, but I always remember that Allah subhana wa, tada is with me. Yes, small little seeds. you plant them from a young age. And this is what the prophet said, a lot of cinema is doing with this young kid. He's having a conversation with him. He's talking with them heart to heart, open conversation.

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Scholars also deduce from this hadith.

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As you'll find on the commentaries on the arbaeen,

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Joseph, Allah dhaba, the permissibility of having more than one person on an animal, because how much load can an animal actually carry? So the scholars they say, if the animal is strong, and the second passengers small, like a boss was a young kid, then there is permission to have multiple people. Even Munda he has a publication on this. And he lists the people who wrote alongside the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam on the same animal, including them, his mother Magento has an idea what was the last one and many others as well?

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That when the purpose of the law money was sent him is giving advice to this young man, look at the way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam starts off. He says to him, yeah.

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Oh, young child.

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Oh, young child.

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In one narration, he said, yo lane, which is a young child, even younger, even smaller, does lead like lame is a small, small child like you know, young man, he's trying to point to the idea that you're still young Your life is starting right now. So let me plant some seeds in your heart that will guide you through the rest of your life.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam catches his attention, then B and has him focus. Yes, it started with falbo and the purpose of Allahu alayhi wa sallam after saying yes, Willem and making sure he's paying attention than the purpose of the law, they will set him he makes him interested in what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is about to say, and how he does that is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam doesn't overwhelm him with a lengthy two hour speech. He says in the light of the mocha kalimat What does that mean?

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I'm going to teach you a few words. That's right. I'm going to teach you something very small galima Coronavirus, like a word that's it. calima can either be isn't fellow 150 reading now. It's one word is that I'm going to teach you a few words pay attention.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says is to gather his attention and to make sure he's paying attention so that he finds it easy to learn from the opposite allamani who was in him. Now what is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said advice starts there follow the law. Be mindful of Allah.

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Allah subhana wa tada will be mindful of you protect a law called the law. What does it mean to protect a loss of Pottermore Donna? The truth is that Allah subhana wa tada is not in need of anyone's protection. Allah subhanho wa Taala is unhappy. He is the Protector. And a loss of Parliament without it is not in need of anyone's protection, because no one can harm the loss of Hannah Montana. So what does it mean when he says definitely law Be mindful of the law.

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So the scholars of honey, while

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commentating on this, they say, what this means is, if for the falooda, who kapooka who may or may know who won over here, that protect a law meaning, be mindful of the limits of a law, the rights of a law, the commands of a lot and the prohibitions of a law. That's why when I translate fo the law, rather than saying protection, I like to use the word mindful, be mindful of the rights of the law, be mindful of the commands of Allah be mindful of the provisions of the law.

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And you'll find in the Quran, that the one who is mindful of the commandments of Allah subhanho wa Taala, Allah subhanho wa Taala has referred to that person in the Quran as a half as a protector, as Allah says in the Quran, had to have them to our doula equally a weapon Hafiz

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Man Haha, man I mean as I watch him leave sodapop 3233

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and then we also find lots of data in the Quran says half you do either sell a lot, which translates as be punctual be particular, be mindful of your prayers will sell out and will stop sort of bacara to 38 and so on without and for them. It says what Ladino humara Salatu him you have those who are punctual on their prayer those who are mindful of their prayer. So when you are mindful of the commandments of Allah azza wa jal, Allah azza wa jal will be mindful of you Yeah, *. What does it mean that Allah subhanahu wa tada will protect you? What does that even mean?

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If the rajapur humbly says that this will manifest itself in two ways, Allah subhanho wa Taala as

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protection will manifest itself in two ways.

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The first thing he says is Allah subhana wa tada who will protect you. Allah subhanahu wa tada will protect your children will protect your family members will protect your wealth, meaning physically Allah subhanahu wa tada will protect everything that's connected to you.

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A pious man once saw an old weak man walking past.

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So people asked him Look how weak he is. Look how old he is. Look how diseased this man is. So the scholar said in the hub of our VEDA, ALLAH hafiz civet, E for the Yahoo Luffy cavity. He wasted the command of a law when he was young, Allah wasted him now that he's old.

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Had he been mindful of Allah subhanho wa Taala when he was young, a lot of the wisdom would have preserved them all the way through in his life.

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And also part of without and sort of kind of says, What can a boo hoo masala that Muslim have and protected

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children because their parents were pious people. They weren't necessarily pious, but it doesn't say they were pious. The parent says their parents are pious. If you are mindful of the commandments of Allah, I'll also plan on not only take care of you, but also allows me to take care of your children and your grandchildren and your great grandchildren for many generations to come because of one person's piety. This last weekend, I was in the Bay Area. I went there for a fundraiser, and there was a mom who was speaking before me and he said something very beautiful. This Imam said that I was speaking to my father and his father is also a great scholar, someone who I have a lot of respect

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for. So this friend of mine even thought here so that I was speaking with my father and his father monana unwanted said to his team on fire. That you know, your mother's grandmother, your mother's grandmother.

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She used to make a lot of law. Everyone in the village used to say regarding her that after three o'clock at night, she would be awake doing the 100 PSA making daughterinlaw lengthy hours every night.

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And today when you look at her children, for her grandkids, they're spread through the world, very, very wealthy.

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So one of them tells the son

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that I want you to know that those children are not wealthy because of their own doing they're wealthy because of the law of their great grandmother. She made a lot of love for them Allah subhana wa tada gave them otherwise when I looked at them, they didn't have any special skill set. They weren't anything special. They weren't anything unique. their grandmother was that person. What kind of a boom I saw that when a person is mindful of Allah Allah which affects them and their progeny. And the second way of production comes through protecting them spiritually. If the law lab fee Dini he what he

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allows which will protect him in his Deen and allows was able to protect him and his faith.

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Inaudible humble he says baba baba self either have original mode you call lil Malik Maliki Shama rasa who pata he did not see he opened on pala Shama Baba Who? Allah I did feel kalbi, he Assam Bala shut them up after me for a good fee Academy ultra young Paula happyland officer who for hospital law, that when a person is dying, the angel who comes to receive his soul is told that smell his head, and the angels sniffs his head and says I can smell the quote on

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the angels then told smell his heart. He smells his heart and says I can smell fasting in his heart that this person needs to fast a lot. He is then told smell his feet and the angel says I smell that this person spent lengthy hours standing in front of a lot in prayer. So then, he is told Have you done epsa who that he protected himself.

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Today Allah subhanho wa Taala will protect him. He was mindful of Allah and today Allah subhanho wa Taala

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We'll be mindful. One of our machines used to say that when a person has a spiritual crisis, that person should know that their spiritual crisis today is because of their discontinuation of good deeds. Because the law says follow the life of Be mindful of Allah, Allah will protect you. But if you're spiritually spiraling, that means summer earlier on, you stop, you're in alaafin you stopped your viken you stopped your son, you start praying, you stopped fasting, your connection to the Quran became weak, and go back to people who left Islam or people who became weak in their religion, no matter which religion it is in the world. You go to them and you'll find that they became weak in

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their spiritual in their spirituality, when they when they stepped away from being mindful of Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And one generation it says the dude who amok that you will find Allah subhanho wa Taala in front of you. What does that mean?

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Some scholars, they say, Sorry, in this very same narration, in some narration that says you to America and in this narration, it says that Jesus will to Jehovah meaning you'll find Allah in front of you. The Prophet says, Be mindful of Allah, Allah will be mindful of you. Then he says, Be mindful of the law again and you will find a law in front of you. The scholars they say when a person is mindful of Allah, Allah subhana wa tada takes care of that person's affairs. But if he continues to be mindful of Alemany and his thoughts he's doing it all the time in his heart, he's completely sincere for Allah, every element of his life becomes about Allah. Then not only will I be

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mindful of him, but a loss from Halloween without a will be at that servant service. As a as another heartbeat says, I will become the eyes with which he sees the hand with which he touches the tongue with which he speaks the feet with which he walks you know that narration so it says if the two combined together that he will get not only the protection of a law but the VIP extra treatment of laws within a logo that will take care of all of the fears.

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In one narration as much as we covered earlier on in this same text.

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Actually before I cover that batata he says Mayor de la jolla Kuma who Allahumma who from Allah, Allah tala tala, while hardest led Lionel de la de la COVID. Whoever is mindful of Allah, whoever is conscious of Allah, Allah will be with that person. And whoever Allah subhanho without as with with that person is a group that can never be overcome with that person is a power that will never sleep with that person is a guide that will never be misguided. That's what you have with you when you have Allah subhana wa tada with you. Then the Hadith continues on the outer of inner love of the heart. Yeah, rifka should that be mindful of a lot in your times if ease and Allah subhanho wa Taala

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will take care of your affairs in your difficult times? What does it mean, to know a lot

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to have Madiba? What does it mean to know a lot? So the scholars they say, family photography, the lira be here,

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there are two degrees of knowing the last part of Madonna. The first degree of knowing a lot is the sniffs amelogenin FRR will listen to believe in your heart and to a test with your tongue, which is what we call basic man believing in a muscle.

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That's what Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Quran, Allah Who will you levena Amen. This is modify Allah. Allah is a friend of those who believe in him.

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So you've taken a step towards a lot to believe in Him He is one God alone no kids know parents. Easily Salaam Jesus was a prophet of Allah and honorable Great Prophet of Allah prophet of Allah as mentioned in the Quran repeatedly, but ultimately as Muslims, we believe he was a prophet of Allah, just as Mohammed said allamani was a prophet of Allah. Mousavi said that Moses was a prophet of Allah. He thought he was also a prophet of Allah. By having sound believe when a person established a sound belief, they automatically gain what we call modify, or rely on a general closeness to Allah subhanahu wa Tada. And then a study modification hustle. The second is a special knowing of a law or

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a special connection with Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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The mailer calbee illa he bill Kalia. This is for a person's heart to to come towards Allah subhanho wa Taala completely and every element in every aspect. Your heart is engaged in remembering Allah subhana wa tada Ahmed been awesome.

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And I'm talking

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he said, Well Hebrew Allah Mota. Hata de familia la semana de facto after RB he was a Kindle modified either of two Who is he to me? He said, I wish I die before I truly recognize my Lord. Then he said recognizing a lot isn't saying with your tongue, but I believe in a long record.

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Nursing a law is for your heart to reach a state that you are shameful for your actions because you are always in the Presence of Allah subhana wa tada he to me

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some scholars they say

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that they are people who are the Misaki no the dunya my Sakina Allah dunya hora, German Hamada, Akiyama mafia. There are some people who are so poor, that they leave this world without tasting the most pleasurable thing to taste in the world. So the scholar was asked Peter, who am I who what is the most pleasurable thing that a person can taste in the world gotta modify the law has always been the most pleasurable thing a person can taste in the world is the modified the law to know your lower to know your Creator. Once you gain that, then you become a wealthy person. But if you take everything else from the world, and you haven't recognized your own Lord, then you've taken nothing

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from the world. But if you've only taken the motif of Allah from this world, and I invite you to this, spend the moment crying in the love of Allah and you will realize that be that you have freed yourself from you. You have freed yourself from shaytaan you freed yourself of all the distractions a day You can cry in front of a loss of Hannah without it, there was a friend of mine who did hide with me one year. And it's a long story, but just to summarize it, he said I went to we were at hij. One night he said I woke up in the middle of the night I didn't know what to do. So I went to the hot on the Grand Mosque. When I went to the Grand Mosque and Mocambo Kadoma, he said I stood in

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front of the Kaaba, and everyone around me was crying and making law and here I was six foot tall not knowing how to even call on Allah subhana wa Tada. I had become a master and everything but I was a failure when it came to even asking from Allah subhana wa Tada. He said, my weak state of not even being able to ask from Allah put me in humiliation. I was really ended up myself that this was my connection with a lot. I had built everything. But I had no relationship with Allah azza wa jal. He said, I stood there and I cried and cried and cried until a lot until the other hand was called. And I asked him while he stood there crying, did you pray to Allah? He said, Yes, I made one law to

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Allah all night. I said, Well, God is You mean, he said that the law that I made to Allah was Yala, it's taken me so many years to cry in your love. Now that I've started never let me stop ever again. I just want to cry and cry and cry. Usually, when you think of crying, you think of a dark, painful feeling of a heart, a heavy feel. But when you cry in the love of Allah, it's not dark. It's very beautiful. Actually. It's very enlightening. And there's no heavy feeling. It's as if you've lifted all the weight off your heart. When you can stand in front of a lion raise your hand and say, yeah, a lot. This is my situation. Oh Allah. This is my problem.

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He law he loves to activity in the locker room Villa de katakana mini family he Latin Illa Raja, the Africa in a photo of his newborn me as much as he cried in front of the Kaaba, he made this law oh my lord, don't punish me. Isla de la sua Shafi oh my lord don't punish me. For in me mukuru Milla de katakana I mean, because I admit to all of my wrongdoings family he Latin Ilayaraja he, the only hope I have right now is my hope and you Ola, the Africa in our photo first Nolan, Oh ALLAH forgive me if you can forgive me, if you will to forgive me, because I have the point of view. Well, first and

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then in Russia, he said, yo NASA de hierro people think that Imam Shafi Look how great of a scholar he is, look what his rank must be. What in Neela, Chevron in lambda one but Oh Allah I am the most wicked of human beings, unless you forgive me, you cry to Allah you make dua to Allah that's where your that's where your heart should be. And that's what the prophet of all it was said in his reading of loving Ibis with your loved one when he seemed to him call on Allah subhanho wa tada

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without any fear, without any fear at all, and when a person makes a lot of a lot in times of ease, a loss of how to hope that I will accept that person and come to that person and his difficulty. Even the logical humbly says, Lambada arfi button in hood when Eunice la salon called and Allah subhanho wa Taala when he was in the belly of this well, politan Malaika Jacobi had a soul tomorrow. Oh Allah This is a voice that we recognize because unison he said I'm always made to Allah subhana wa Tada. So Allah azza wa jal said, I'm a 30 foot evatik woman who do you know who that is? And Allah subhanho wa Taala said have Abdi Yunus This is my cervix, uterus. And they said angel said

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aboukir, unicellular the Lamia cell your father who ameron makabayan wa botanist, Java. Is this that users who always made to out to you and always called on you and you always accepted this prayer alausa just said non Yes. calu era b f, or hameau mahkamah. Yes, no fear.

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thought for a minute, Barack Obama, you have mercy upon him in his days of ease now show mercy upon him in his days of difficulty to.

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It's not that you can't call that a lot in your difficult days if you didn't call it a lot in your days of ease. But when a person remembers you, when things are going good for them, then they remember you when things are going bad for them. It has a very different touch to it. And it has a different meaning in itself. That person's Love is a very genuine, very special love.

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The Huck

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who is a famous Mufasa he says that unicity salaam always remembered Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala spared him of the punishment. On the other hand, you have found who never remembered a lot but at the time of his death, and Allah punished him.

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And I'll never remember to live his life but at the time of his death when the difficulty hit him he started remembering a lot. But for him death was there. And there's no repentance one death wants to death is in front of you. You can repent to a law until you see that. But once you experience death, then at that point, you are repenting to Allah because you believe in and you're repenting a lot because you've seen the hereafter you've seen the next world

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and also how to run without a T desist in the foot on ya cannot do what you're gonna study.

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Oh Allah, you alone. We asked in to you alone we worship and I'll come to that actually asking ALLAH is one more point regarding being mindful of a law in your in your good days and allow will take care of you and your difficult days of the amount of tsunami of love the amount of tsunami before he passed away. He said, gay fella out of June I'll be out soon to LA huzzah La Nina Ramadan.

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People said to him before he was dying, what's going to happen to you what's going to happen to you? He said, Don't worry about me. My lord is going to have mercy upon me because I fasted for at donavon in my life. And one later the governor is enough I fasted for at Ramadan, you think I have? I have any bad Guatemala last winter waste me. I remember the lung good days, and the worst day of a human being are the most difficult days your death. Allah subhanaw taala is not going to abandon me and my most difficult date. Similarly of what could have been a Yosh

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he was dying and his son was by his bed, and he was crying and crying and crying.

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So we woke up in the tomb, are you crying? He said, Oh my father, I'm worried what's going to happen to you when you go to the grave? What's going to happen to you in the hereafter when he sat in front of a law? So he said to his son, I thought a law you the yearly Abaga arboreta Satyaki moroccanoil anything? Do you think your law is going to waste your father or your father completed the entire recitation of the Quran every night for 40 years?

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You think Allah is going to waste me? This was his personal bundle. And it wasn't just a false good thought it was a good thought built on good actions. This is what it means here. Remember, a lot of good times that allows Elijah will take care of you in difficult times. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he educates this young man he does.

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He does stanza stoneville only asked from Allah subhanho wa Taala because everyone else in this world is a sub they are a means every human being is under the will of Allah just as you are under the rule of law. If you need assistance, how about turn to the one whose will applies to you and then turn to Allah subhana wa tada what Allah subhana wa tada can do for you.

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You can ask him directly, he'll give it to you. That's why the Quran says very clearly there were a group of companions. They, they they differ in opinion, that when we make the law, should we make dua out loud or silently? An rG rabona?

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What is that?

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After even Roberta falooda G. Amber, even faloona d? Those are the words of the Heidi, that is our Lord close to us or messenger of Allah that we should secretly call out to Him? Or is our Lord far away that we need to scream and shout winner call them all to our Lord. So Allah subhana wa Tada. He revealed an ayah in response to this question of the companions, either Seneca the anine for me, sorry. When my servants asked, we've already told them your Lord is not far your Lord is very close to you. Would you leave without a die without on anyone who calls on to Allah? Their calling will be accepted by Allah for yesterday Bulli when you mean it will be no longer should you ask Allah

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subhanho wa Taala. One of my favorite poems of any other Mahajan was the delivery of wha hoo hoo latvija

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Allahu wa Bani mahina use and YOLO that do not ask the children of Adam other human beings for favors.

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Don't ask them for anything. However, if you have to ask someone ask the one whose door has never closed, whose doors never closed. allow some kind of work on it was wonderful.

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Other someone came to him and said, I've been making the model a lot in my blog isn't being accepted. My prayer isn't being accepted. So that scholar said, keep knocking on that door until it opens. What did that scholars say to this person?

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Keep remarking on that door until that door opens. But all the other week she heard this. She became angry. She sent me a lot of forgive that scholar. He claims a lot of doors closed a lot of doors and closes always open.

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She checked him right away. Once in a while, who who let go and ask about a law whose doors never closed at all. Allahu

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Allahu, Allah will get angry if you stop asking him. And if you ask human beings, they get angry at you. If you ask them to get angry at you, Allah gets angry if you stop asking him. So the logical conclusion is keep asking from Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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The scholars they say that when you ask from other people,

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you put yourself in a position where you give them the chance to reject you. They can turn you down.

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Why go to someone who may turn you down when you can ask from Allah subhanho wa Taala who will never ever turn you down, but we'll set this to a thought.

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But Ibrahim Ali Salam was loaded into the catapult and shot fired into the fire when he was in the Air mid air about to land in the fire. In the cathedral de la la narrates and is the seed of so little MBL that gvl Ali Salam came to him and asked him well who filled hell out while he was still in the air, like on his way into the fire, like a hydrogen that is there anything I can do for you.

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Imagine you've got him on Instagram. His clothes have just been stripped off his body. He's been loaded into a catapult his whole family saw him being launched and he's on his way into the fire Prophet Abraham. And

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Angel Gabriel says to him that is there anything I can do for you? I like a hydrogen anything I can help you with. So you brought him on? He said um, says Mr. Malaika fella has for you. I don't have any need from you. In a law firm by law, and as far as it goes, do I need anything from a line you everything from a lot from you? You're a Christian, I don't need anything from you. Allah subhanahu wa tada wishes to help me. Allah azzawajal knows my situation. And Allah subhanho wa Taala then made the fire that was burning cool on his body for Leonardo Cooney Burton, masala Allah.

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That's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would always tell us companions asked from Allah asked from Allah. And one of the best things you can ask from Allah is the father of Allah subhanho wa Taala. It's interesting today earlier on in class, we were talking about the Fatherland, other level law, and I came across this ayah and so beautiful sort of nisab verse number 32 Allah subhanho wa Taala says was our law I mean for me, as a law for his father his favor, because without that favor, no person can go to agenda.

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You need that mercy you need that favor of a loss ask Allah Allah shower me with your favor.

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Even if a suit of the law Juan narrates from the puffs that allowed him subtle law him in felony he fitting the law you can put and use the Ask a law for his favor because Allah subhanahu wa tada likes to ask Allah loves it when people ask you.

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Then after that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells a companion, they've been our best with your loved one, be patient with what Allah has destined for you. This is a summary of what the prophet sallallahu Sallam says, He says it in more in a different language. The Prophet said a lot of them says that if the world gathered against you to harm you, they can't harm you unless Allah allows it. And if the world gathered together to harm you to benefit you, they can benefit you and Allah allows it. So the conclusion is the only way you can be helped or you can be harmed is if it's by the will of Allah subhana wa Tada. He's teaching him one on one, one on one destination. What's

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your destiny, what last month is predestined for you? He's teaching him one on one introducing him to Tallinn and the province of the law while he was sort of ultimately teaching them be patient with what Allah has written for you.

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There's a lot that can be discussed under this issue.

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Will Allah Ricardo tada under the commentary of this Hadith, he says that the laws of nature says in the Quran regarding de

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younghoe Allahumma Yoshida Will you submit your Allahumma show when you submit that Allah subhanho wa Taala can erase whatever he wishes and establish and make firm whatever he wishes, which now teaches us that as far as our predestination goes, dr. D, it is of two types that can be removed from that which cannot be erased and

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Amala that which can be erased, that which can change. There are certain elements of your destiny or life which you are in controlling because Allah subhana wa tada placed in yourself the ability to make choices

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between right and wrong, allows a little curated you, Allah subhanaw taala gave you He gave you an opportunity to choose between what's right and wrong. So know that whatever Allah has written will come to you. But ultimately in the process of that coming to you don't make the wrong decisions. And Don't be hasty. Allah has written something for you. Now through your actions, you may be hasty and you may botch up the pathway that's supposed to lead to a very beautiful blessing that Allah has kept for you at the end of that tunnel. So be very careful and know that Allah subhanaw taala what he's written for you will come to you, your job is to be patient, whether it's in relation to your

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school grades, whether it's in relation to your marriage or your work or anything. Know that what Allah has written for you is there for you. Your job is to make block Allah subhana wa tada read your it's too hot I regularly that's exactly what we're saying. And it's too hot out we say Allah, whatever is good for me Give it to me. It's a prayer that we read when we are need to make a decision, and ultimately, do what you think is best as guided by the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what the prophet Muhammad said a lot of cinemas told you to do you continue to do that. That's your goal. Your job is to do good deeds. Right? What Guillermo Paseo de la mera Kumara

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suta who are me know your job is to do good deeds. I was given this example, that Blanca city Fabiola, Juan was promised Paradise by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam publicly not once but multiple times True or false?

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True or false? Absolutely true. But does he stop doing his good deeds?

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He doesn't stop he keeps doing them. Because he knows the promise of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam that he will go to Jenna. It's actually because of the good deeds that he does. It's actually because of those good deeds. He needs to continue doing his good deeds. And the good deeds are what Allah asked him to do. Therefore, if he was to please Allah, he needs to continue doing that. Now there are obviously different levels of

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believing in a mother and the father of Allah subhana wa Tada. I have listed them all down but unfortunately due to our constraint in time, I'm going to skip all of those and just know that would allow us to plan ahead without a test you

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Eliza aware of a situation you're in, just be patient and trust Allah subhana wa tada the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, in the law Ha, ha bakoma Allahu Allah loves a person or loves a group. When Allah loves a nation, Allah will test them for one another, you follow her river, whoever is pleased with a lot of testing him or her alone will in return to give that person His pleasure for oneself into and wherever he becomes angry Allah Why did you punish me? But Allah subhanho wa Taala will then in return be angry at that person to

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the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam would make a blog very beautiful blog Allahumma inni slo curry var Riva balaclava. Oh Allah allow me to be pleased with whatever you've destined for me. Oh Allah, allow me to be pleased with what you've destined for me. Allah subhanho wa Taala Koran says What do you want to miss a minute hope you will do or you will not similarly and while you would unfussy with tomorrow, but a level test you in your life What must you do to solve eating however, give glad tidings to those that are patient. Don't give up too quickly. The people around you may give up it may feel long the tunnel may feel very dark and long. Maybe you feel like it's never

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coming through and it's never gonna come to an end but just be patient and levena either a Saba Siva, those people who went afflicted with a calamity follow in Allah when Allah Roger and they say that we belong to align to allow we will return without calling him Salatin or be him upon those people last Merci de sentence What are you doing? And those are the people that are truly guided by Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Then moving forward to the Hadith is quickly breezing through the rest of it. The Prophet alayhi wa sallam said to the companions while I'm unknowingness Rama somebody know that allows have will come if you are patient, Allah subhana wa tada mentioned this in the Quran Surah Baqarah verse number 249 alladhina Luna Luna Who? Allah Delia Luna Anna hamanaka la, coming fietsen polyrattan Allah but the Atan kathira tambien a la la la masabi. Those who are patient will always find the hub of Allah subhana wa Tada. And then Allah says, How many times has it happened that a small group of people have defeated a large group of people, the odds were against them that they won, because law is

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always people that are patient, you may not be the best parent, you may not be the most intellectual, most well read parent out there. There are some people who've read tons of books on parenting, and then there are some who haven't read much. But if you're patient, if you make a lot of a life, you try to do your best do what's in your ability. Obviously, educating yourself is a part of that. But you don't have to read 20 books in it. You do what's in your ability, a level guide. I'm telling you, most of our parents, most of us sitting in this room, our parents didn't read 50 did not read 15 books on parenting. They made a lot of Allah. They did shoot off. They took

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advice from the people around them. They did what wasn't there, what was their ability? What was their best judgment, they spoke to the scholars and they did what they could and at the end of it alone

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Allah subhanho wa Taala guide their children what fear do we have that Allah subhana wa tada won't guide our children and won't guide our communities.

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Well another photo Gemma will curb and openness will come after difficulty. Allah subhana wa tada says in verse number 2828, a pseudo pseudo Well, what is it you know, zero Haytham embody my counter to

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that is Allah who gave them mercy who showered His mercy upon them. After they became despondent, they lost hope and Allah Subhana without meaning, they were right at the brink of losing hope and Allah subhanaw taala as mercy came, so every difficulty and the Prophet of Allah Allah Islam then says in the Manasa, use law with every difficulty comes ease, as Allah says in the Quran, say ajao la bada city Musa that very soon after your difficulty allow bring ease. Now notice that this hadith keeps talking about difficulty difficulty difficulty Do you guys notice that constant difficulty, follow the chain of howdy follow the way the heat started. Be mindful a lot, a lot of take care of

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you. If you're not mindful of a lot and difficulty comes to you that could be a punishment for you in the world. We know that if a person is negligent of the rights of the law, it's very possible the calamity they face is a punishment from Allah. So how do you avoid that punishment coming in the world for the life of

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builders in mind from day one, if you build strong humanoid in your days of ease, that's when that model will help you when you're in calamity. That's what the prophet SAW Some said build a relationship with a lot in your time ease and Allah subhanaw taala will assist you in your time of difficulty. The Prophet is teaching us tomorrow you don't know what difficult is gonna slap you in the face. The only way your Eman will remain that day is if today you build good email. Today you make dua to Allah today you make Vicar and then the purpose of the Lord is that I'm taking him down bus with your loved ones mind to the next next discussion, trust and know that Allah is in full

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control. No one can harm you. No one can help you without Allah. No one else has a hand in your life. No one gets to control the ultimate outcome of your life. It's Allah subhanaw taala so what do you need to do something? Be patient, trust Allah subhana wa Tada. Continue doing good while you're doing because remember in the Prophet closes off, after every difficulty comes ease. With every narrowness comes openness, with patience comes the help of Allah, while spirou Allahu la savini in the lama savini, Allah subhana wa tada is

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with those who are in who are who are facing difficulty and calamity. So with that we close off, beautiful Hades. Again, there are so many more points that could be covered. But due to time restraints, we will leave it here in Sharla. We pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala gives us still faith allows us to give us gives us the ability to implement these lessons. Such a powerful lesson. And every element of this has the opposite allows for them giving this advice to a young child. He's focusing on the kids in the community, focusing on the youth not only focusing on Abubakar amaravati, who are all there, but he's focused on the teenagers even to the end of his life. Because

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the prophets of Allah knows these are the people that are going to carry the flag for the purpose that a lot of them develops. And he builds this young man's personality because every young man, every young girl, has some sort of a identity crisis that try to figure out who should their crew be, what are they going to be? What's their life going to look like? What kind of people are they going to be with? You know, when they're 13 years old, they dress one way when they're 14 years old, the dress another way when they're 15 years old address another way, you just made a lot of love by the time they're 18 they're still dressing, right? That's how people are, that's where they're

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going. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is preparing these companions. And he's saying, in class, he's building his identity. Trust Allah. Be mindful of a law. Your life may teach you in different directions. But make sure ultimately you're grounded. And if I could translate that in our in our times, be grounded to the masjid, telling the youth be grounded to your moms. When I meet a young man or young lady and I asked them who's the mama your mustard? And they say, I don't know their name. It terrifies me. Because if you don't know the name of your mom, what does that say?

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That the mom is not playing an active role in your life. This goes to the adults and the youth. If someone asks you What's the name of your mom and you don't know that means you're not engaging properly. You need to go and reach out to them and they need to reach out to you build a bond with Islam and the deen and anchor yourself in the pray that Allah subhanaw taala gives us the faith protects us in our project until the day of judgment, allows them does not deprive any of our children from emaan. Allah allows us to live on Amazon and die on and resurrect us with meaning and so on. And on the day of judgment was that aloha se that I'm humbled, said I want to light on our

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