40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 28 – Clarity in Times of Confusion

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On the authority of Abu Najeeh al-Irbaad ibn Saariyah (may Allah be pleased with him) who said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) gave us a sermon by which our hearts were filled with fear and tears came to our eyes. So we said, O Messenger of Allah! It is as though this is a farewell sermon, so counsel us. He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, I counsel you to have taqwa (fear) of Allah, and to listen and obey [your leader], even if a slave were to become your ameer. Verily he among you who lives long will see great controversy, so you must keep to my Sunnah and to the Sunnah of the Khulafa ar-Rashideen (the rightly guided caliphs), those who guide to the right way. Cling to it stubbornly [literally: with your molar teeth]. Beware of newly invented matters [in the religion], for verily every bidah (innovation) is misguidance.

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The Hadith is narrated by avoid a G. advisement Saudia brother, your loved one. He said, The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam delivered a sermon by which our hearts were filled with fear, and tears came to our lives. So we said, O Messenger of Allah, it is as though this is a farewell sermon. So advise us, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I evaluate I advise you to have Taqwa to be conscious of alone, and to listen and obey your leaders. Even if a slave were to become your enemy. Verily, he among you who lives he we he among you who lives long, will see great controversy. So you must keep to my son hold firmly to my son, and the Son of the Father, Father

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Rashi, doing the rightly guided ones. Those who Allah subhanho wa Taala has died

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of the Wali have been awash in bite on with your molar teeth. to them. Be aware of newly invented matters in the religion. For verily every bit, every innovation is misguidance narrated by Emma widow that also being on twitter at any moment did what he said it is a hug Ethan Hassan so here it is a good and sound narration.

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So this hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is narrated by a companion whose name is above being sorry about your loved one.

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His cornea is Avila Jia, and this is what am I must know we don't have to lie Allah here introduced him as there are three people who are known by the screen

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Nia, who the the scholars of the sea ha Sita, the six authentic collections narrowed from one is a big Raveena. It's Saudia, the narrator of this honey. The second is another companion, whose name is Ahmed have an opposite. His cornea is also a big and the third is a fabulously abundant and mucky. And after these three there is no other person who is known by the Scania in the sea hospital.

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This hobby is one of the early companions to accept Islam. Mohammed bin al says that autobiography in Saudia says hon Islam a robbia that I was a fourth person to accept Islam.

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If I'm gonna have you don't have to LA Holly after quoting this narration says hello to what I'm used to have an apologetic. This statement that I was a fourth to accept Islam cannot be authentically attributed to bitter bondsman Saudia, because there are other companions who accepted Islam before him. It's possible that when he said I was a fourth to accept Islam, the meaning of that was I was one of the earliest companions to accept Islam. And this is also known, as we learned in another narration from Mohammed bin elf, the very same narrator. He says God, aka demon Islam didn't, that he was one of the very early people to accept a step above and it says that we came to

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the prophets of Allah and Allah will send them and there were seven of us from the same tribe. And the oldest acabado and I had been Saudia Fabiana who the oldest of our group was it above in Saudia, the narrator of this Hadeeth. So we took a pledge at the hands of the pups of a long line, he was sort of

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the biographers, when they introduce everybody has been Sadie out of the lavon. They say regarding him, and the human eye, and he and his sofa. He was one of the oldest, and one of the key members of on the sofa, on the sofa, our those companions, who willingly out of their own desire, dedicated their day and night to learn and study from the profits that are long running, he was sent him, they gave up on their luxuries. And outside the mosque of the purpose of the law. It was set up there was an area where these companions would spend their day and they would spend their night. These were people who lived very difficult lives were struck with poverty, very commonly, they were, they faced

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hunger and extreme thirst, but they continued on doing what they did, and it was a prophet sallallahu it was set up in the companions, who collectively took the responsibility to financially provide for them, the Sahaba they say, those who worked in farms that after we were done with a long day of work, we would bring some dates that were left and we will bring them to the Prophet's mosque and hang them outside, in particular for the estava sofa, so they can come and eat those who are hungry, those in Madina, munawwara who are hungry, they knew that there was going to be some food that would come at the end of the day, it would be little, but there would be some that would come.

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He is from the US have a sofa.

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He has many students who narrate from him from amongst them. The most famous ones are of the man Brahma Jubail been buffeted. Hard to do Ramadan, Abu Samari 100 100. Have you been obeyed? Yeah, yeah, but I've been worried. And muhajir been bin Habib Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah Al al kazari. Abdullah bin Hillel, a tsunami swayed bin habibollah and his daughter omo Habiba bin Talal bin to litter bath. His daughter also narrates from him too.

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There are many narrations that arrived in Saudi Arabia lavon narrates for example, it will find out narrates in his modules, modules Sahaba from Alibaba and Saudia another suitor loss of Allahu alayhi wa sallam can a stock photo this often overly thought earthen Wali, Thani Murata that after prayer, the prophet said a long while he was sit on the turnaround. And he would specifically ask a law firm to forgive those who are standing in the front row three times. He would make a stepfather on their behalf three times. And then for those standing in the second SFX, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would ask Allah to forgive them. He will finally moderate and he will make a stepfather for

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them one time.

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He was a he stood by the side of the purpose of the law while he was sitting, benefiting and learning from the purpose of the law. He was sort of after the purpose of the law while he was sort of parted from this road he then migrated to to him, and he lived there, and he also passed away there. There's a very interesting narration regarding his passing away that he mentions the Dean of the hubie mohalla hotel and Eretz in his study for Islam, and other scholars, so other scholars also narrated

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I'm involved in Saudia that I brought it about when Satya himself says that kind of Hippo and youth above that he desired to leave the world. He had lived long enough. He had served a long life in the film of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and continued doing so.

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He was at an old age and he had a desire a longing to meet Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now there are some narrations that tell us that no person should ever desire death.

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So this is true, there are narrations like this. But this is what a person desires death because they are fed up and they don't want to continue to live the life that was decreed by Allah subhana wa Tada. These people, the Sahaba, who we will read regarding that they desire death. These are those companions who have done so much in this world who had sacrificed so much for this world, that in this world, they made all these sacrifices for the sake of Allah so them desiring depth in truth that was actually them desiring their meeting and go and joining with their Creator a loss of Hannah Montana, and out of asmin, Saudia was one of them, too.

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for Canada, either, so he would make this a lot. A lot of them a couple of Sydney, ohana asked me for business, like, Oh Allah, I've become old. My body has become weak. So now call me to you.

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For Tata for Vina favela and a Yeoman famously the most, only one other and above is either an OB fetta Shaban management in NUS. He said I was one day in the mosque of Damascus making this da Yeah, Allah calling me to you yeah, Allah. I've become weakened old. I was making this line. I was praying salon I was making this law. But all of a sudden he says next to me, there was this young men regiment in us very handsome. While he do watch us, and he had this green overcoat that he was wearing for color. That young man said, Mahabharata, Ruby, what is this thing that you keep asking for?

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out of a call to give care for others? So I said to him, if I shouldn't make this law, then what do I do you want me to make? What this young man said? What do are you asking for? He was kind of saying it out of amazement, though. What kind of do are you making? So even though advisement Saudi as much older? This young person he sincerely asked this person that if I shouldn't make this law Then give me an alternative? What glass should I make?

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So this young man said pile of poo, say Allahu Maha cinnamon, Baba live in Agile. Oh Allah. Give me the trophies to do good deeds in my life and allow me to reach my death while I'm in the state of doing good deeds. Allah Maha sin and Iman, well, bell is an adjunct faculty member and they are hamaca law department Saudia says I asked this person who are you know, laws mercy shower upon you what a beautiful Glock bother. And a lot about LSD acetaminophen means to do the mean thermal taffeta

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from Hayden, he says that that person said my name is Walter by he. And we learned that he was an angel sent by Allah subhanho wa Taala. And my responsibility is to extract to take grief and sorrow from the heart of the believers. And he was a man who had a lot of grief and pills in his heart. And Allah sends me to bring peace to people. I come by the will and come out of Allah. He then says that person turned away and after he turned away at the bottom, and Saudia says I never saw this young man again.

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He passed away in Sham in the year 75 after digital Theo What if he left the captain Malik bin Marwan in the earlier part of the Philippines, Mulligan Marwan Some say he passed away during the fitna of the loved ones obeyed. But the first opinion is more common.

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This year 75 after his law was the year that I've done Malik bin Marwan who was the famous movie, Khalifa took power, and he caused a lot of change. For example, one of the first things I've done malignant marijuana did was that year he performed Hajj, and then he arrived in Madina, munawwara will hook of Allah member in the visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and he gave his very first photo standing on the member of the officer along AUDIENCE MEMBER one was a judge and he just, he then removed her judgment. Lucifer was a famous

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general that the Romanians had appointed in the height in the Hejaz area, he removed him and had him relocated will allow it off and had him relocated to Iraq. And then when hijas minisub arrived in Iraq, the first thing Hijaz minisub did was he then invited people without his knowledge to wage war against the cottage and this is one of the big blows that the fighters were hit with the army of hijas minisub which ultimately led to their them coming in them disappearing and running off into non existence. Well thought about the Malik Adela Nia What are human Islamia and it was this very same year, the 75th year after that Abdul Malik bin Marwan established Islamic currents. Before

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this.

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The dinar we're kind of gonna need a couple of Alfa Romeo, ones that are in Farsi. Before this, the dinar currency was considered to be a Roman purchase.

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And he did a home currency was considered to be a Persian currency. He brought them both had them restamped reprinted right remoulded into with Arabic And he then established the first Islamic currency that was used through the Muslim lands.

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Now we come to the Hadith itself,

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this beautiful lecture that was given by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when was it given?

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So even the scholars they say that this quota was given after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned from Egypt and without when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam returned from his farewell Hutch.

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Now, the days were limited, the indications had become clear. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had made multiple statements. And it was during this period that the Hadith and say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave this very powerful and strong message.

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Now, this very same narration

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Allahu Allah and others have also quoted it with a little backdrop. They say that there are two people have their commandment, I'm a tsunami, and hundreds and hundreds who are both above and Saudi as students, but at the law one

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thought out they both said I think about it about them this idea that we came to visit rather than Saudia and they say in that narration, well who am in my Meza fee, Allah Allah Allah Dena Dharma, oedema, Toka, Lita, Mira, Humboldt, Allah Adama, Amita, Kamali, and they say he was the Sahabi regarding who the verse of the Quran verse number 792, of sort of Toba was revealed. And it's interesting, this verse itself, at the bottom in Saudi I came to the prophets of Allah, Allah and will send them the prophets of Allah alayhi wa sallam was raising funds. He said a messenger of a lot, everyone is getting what they can give, I don't have anything to give, except for the two

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pieces of cloth that are on my body. And I can't give you either of these. I mean, I would like to give you my upper garment one narration actually says he offered his upper garment, but the prophets of Allah who it was sent him said keep it in cover your body. And rather than Saturday, I had a desire to make some sort of a donation. So what he did was he went outside the masjid and he was hoping someone would give him something and whatever he was given he would bring that and give it as a thought to the Prophet that along while he was sitting, and also, by doing so get his share of reward in in this fundraising event. He said people walk past and no one gave me anything everyone

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gave it directly to the buffet that aloha day was set up. At the end of the day, when the gathering wrapped up he had nothing to give for the purpose of a lot instead of and he sat by the door of a machine and he was crying. And Allah subhanahu wa tada makes reference to that moment on what Allah Dena dama Toka Lita Milan Potala agito, Mohammed O'Malley, who are you know who the phaedo mina Domini has an allergy to money that these people he sat by the door in tears because he didn't have anything to give him the cause of Allah subhanho wa Taala allow me to do my phone he didn't have anything to spend.

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So they say for sell them now these two people have man in project they said we said Salaam to him and the reception Athena's Ed and ID that we've come to visit you to do iada to check up on how you're doing for Paula. He then said that about when Satya who was in this very ill six state he said Son Lebanon Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Suharto young that one day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam led us in the pleasure of prayer. So master Bala Elena and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam turned around and faced us for a while then more than believer than the Prophet of Allah while he was still on give this very eloquent, powerful speech that

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offered mean Hello, are you in? Tears begin to flow from the eyes. What do you mean have poo? And there was this fear that settled into our heart. It was a very passionate speech.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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did delivered

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many lectures, many sermons, many hotels that have been preserved in the books of Hadith. And actually, some scholars have published books as Cotabato, maybe the sermons of the prophets that allowed them not one but many scholars have published them and they've also been translated in many languages. And in these lectures, you'll find the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke to the crowd and the people. Not every one of the lectures of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was super passionate. Some lectures of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam were very intellectual. While other lectures were motivational. And some lectures were very, very passionate. For example,

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the story of 100 out of the long run, he was walking around with you, no matter what I was saying now for about 100 of the handler has become a hypocrite, long story but at the end of it, the prophet said a long while he said him asked him, Why do you say you're a hypocrite? He said, a messenger of Allah Nakula and duck, that we are with you. And you give us these lectures and you give us these reminders. So our tears flow from our eyes and our hearts begin to fear for eternity.

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WW, Tina. And then when we go back home, our lives change, we go back to the very same old people we weren't we don't have that spiritual high anymore. So the prophets of allamani he was sent him said, saw Lhasa, yeah humbler, which means which can be easily translated as everything has a time. There's a time where you're on a spiritual high when you're in the gathering and the lecture, and you're just enjoying it. And then there are times where you're not spiritual at a high but you're doing something else. You're fulfilling other obligations, other commitments, you're doing other things. And then the purpose of a lot of them said, No, don't do mallamma takuna lay him in the, if

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you remained in the very same spiritual state at home that you were experiencing in front of me, a sofa hut, kumala ecoffee to the angels would come and shake your hands

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and they would come and visit you in your home. The province of Allahu alayhi wa sallam was a master of the art speech. What was beautiful about the speech of the prophets of Allah who it was sent him was, his message was so powerful. It came from such a unique place of sincerity, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not in need of delivering a one hour lecture, we have a one hour does to cover just a few lines from the process of a long line and he will sit him, which in essence was the ultimate of the purpose of the long line, he was sort of the farewell hookah, which is which has been narrated by many companions, and many, many narrators, many books of collections that many

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of us would have collected, narrated the hydrogen without hookah in their in their collections. And you'll find if you were to write it on one page, it's not more than a page. If you write it in big font, it might be a page and a half. That was a lecturing style of the professional audio system, how a person is able to deliver such a compact lecture. Because we know in our day and age, if someone were to get up and deliver a short lecture, it's very possible that people in the audience wouldn't understand what happened. Because times have changed, people have changed. We've gone from people who sufficed on very little, and become people who need a lot of explanation. There was a

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time where if a person wanted to read,

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for example, they would pick up a book like motorcycle duty, and they would read it within a few months, and they would be done. But then a time came where that didn't work anymore. People didn't understand mohalla Eva, they didn't understand simple language. So what scholars had to do was they had to open it up, they had to provide commentary. And what happened, most of the duty became hedaya. Right, which now went from a one volume small book to becoming four volumes. And then from Hidayat, it became a whole different book, which now became multiple volumes. So you see how, with time, even the scholars at the time they started commentating more, and they started providing more

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detail and explanation on each and every statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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But however, this level of concise speech, we have to realize was the miraculous nature of the speech of the Prophet of the Lord. He actually said so long while he will set him up to be Giovanni alkane. That Allah subhanho wa Taala has blessed me with concise speech, that just a few words, and it would be enough. how this happens is that when a person I mean, there are many ways for a person to create concise speech, if it's something that you want to create in your life. For example, the scholars they say, if you wish to create concise speech in your life, learn to think and reflect over what you're going to say, before you say it. Think and ask yourself, do I actually need more

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than 140 characters to convey my message? Twitter has made humanity profound Before that, we used to have these very long, long, long statements that we would post on our social media. And then came Twitter and what happened?

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It's 280, to 160 to 280. Yeah, I mean, it grew. But still, the point being is that people are still limited, they're still restricted. So you think once you think twice, you then look at the statement again, and say, No, I can remove this sentence, I can remove this word, you kind of refine your own work again and again and again. And imagine that becoming a whole lifestyle, where you think about what you're going to say very thoroughly before you say it. Now, you will see this person will become very profound. The second thing is

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what you say needs to come from a place of absolute sincerity. When a person is sincere, very little, will have a great impact. When a person is insincere. All they do is talk talk talk, but it leaves very little impact on the back end, as a result of what they said.

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And there are many other things that the scholars have highlighted under this issue here. The beautiful speech of the cops, the law on us now, so how would you say as a result of the process of a long run, he was sending the speech, everyone started crying, and our hearts were shaking up. How does that happen? So this is where share

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allama Atiyah Salim he writes in the commentary about by No, he writes in his commentary that from this we first Bulava to say it will help sir Allahu alayhi wa sallam we first learn the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was eloquent that he had few words, but there were so impactful. Then he says, We also learn regarding the hustler customize hobby he how, how carefully the Sahaba listen to a conversation consists of two components, not just the one who speaks, but also the one who listens. If the one listening

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really wants to listen. If they're dry, like the land like the dry land that is dying for just one drop of water, you drop one drop on that one on that dry land, what does it do? It sucks it up right away, it does just pulls it in right away. And the Sahaba were like that with a prophet said aloha do so and they waited for the profits of a long while he was set them to say something. And a few words of his would change their life. You'll notice that when someone desires and longs for a gathering, even a short sitting with the person they longed for, they'll benefit a lot from it. They'll remember everything of it. Someone's gone to a music concert, they'll tell you that I

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waited, I waited, I purchased the ticket two years in advance and I counted the days down counted the days down until finally the day came. Now you ask them tell me about the day they'll tell you everything. Even 10 years later, they'll tell you what they were wearing that day, who they drove there with. One they stood in line, which entrance they entered through which region of the stadium they were sitting in? Which performance was second, first, third, fourth, they'll tell you everything? What time do they end up leaving there? Did they catch a meal on the way back? Where did they eat, and what kind of impact that had on them for the rest of their life, how they became gung

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ho believers because of that beautiful Justin Bieber concert. This is the impact of the shock of the summer, the desire of the one who's listening, if they have a desire, if they're willing to make a sacrifice for that gathering, give them a little bit, and they'll take everything from there. But if you handed out for free, and I don't mean that we need to monetize our Deen. But if there's no sacrifice involved, if there's no struggle involved, then what happens is people they don't give attention. That's why they say in our language, shut off data and data, which means that the only place in the room that will be dark, where there is a lantern sitting in the middle is the part

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immediately underneath it. Everyone or else will ever every other area of the room will be enlightened by the light by the candle by that torch. But the area immediately underneath that candle will be the dark space, right? The closest are those who usually get left behind. Because to them. It's, you know, it doesn't really have value. It's something they wake up and sleep with every day.

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The Sahaba had very beautiful hearts, and they had worked on this. So the equation was the best teacher and the best students. And when you put these two things together, there's nothing holding back. There's no more holding back. Now you're going to get great results. It's not only the teacher, otherwise who had it would have been his hobby too. It's not only the teacher, otherwise, it would have been as a hobby too. He had the best of teachers Mohamed allamani, he will set them but were double jaha last out was his personal lack of sincerity. Had a Buddha had to come to the province of alone while he was sitting with even a shade of sincerity he would have been so happy.

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The prophets of Allah who it was that have actually made law for him. Oh Allah blessed me with a Buddha or Allah. Give us one of the two. So they become Muslim. Almighty Allah one came with sincerity, a lot less than with a man. I wish I had remained insincere and he walked away with nothing. However, when the heart becomes rusted, I'm gonna fall boohoo a man Ronna called boo Calvo, who bill Massey. As for the one whose heart is rusted because of sins, He will be veiled from the nude of a man and lectures and I will put on and a hottie will have no effect on that person's heart. You can share the most beautiful Heidi, you can share the Hadeeth at the sahaabah they say we

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heard and we were crying, and that person will be sitting there and nothing will happen to them at all. You can read to them that is that made the joshy cry when Jaffa would not be taught to read those if to him and we can read those Ayah to our own congregations and nothing will happen because the hearts have gone hard and the hearts have rusted. Allah subhana wa tada praised the Sahaba for their soft hearts and for the way they retaliated the way they reacted to the Quran and the Hadith. Allah subhana wa tada says this would have been fun in them and moon and Latina eradicate en la wodgina pulu, whom true believers are those that when they hear when they engage in the remembrance

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of Allah, their hearts began to tremble and shake. Well, Bashir must be 18 a Latina either lukina law was you let's put a woman suit

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Hodge again the same thing. Allah subhanho wa Taala says and sort of Hadid alemi in in Ludhiana and tuckshop oolitic Rila. That the remembrance of Allah was supposed to shake your heart It hasn't shaped yours has a time not come for that. That you allow the remembrance of Allah to make its impact on your heart that you allow it to change you.

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Similarly Allah subhanahu wa tada says in Surah Zoomer Allahu knows that a certain Hadith Kitab Amata shabbiha mahtani. Teixeira Roman, who drew the DNA of shone upon some mottolino Judah whom aku, whom inadequate Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala says, and sort of not either, what either some Ural Mountains either a literal Sunni Torah, you know who the fumina Domini mimma are a formula that when they heard the verses of the Quran being recited, their eyes begin to flow tears, they begin to cry, such a powerful impact it had on the hearts now at the bottom in Saudia while describing this particular football, this particular lecture of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam, he says, more or less than in this new ayah, he just says more either. But in the rewire of any man or widowed, he mentioned more either by visa. He describes it as a very eloquent speech by Lila Jani beloved Elena. Well, I forgot to call Rubina that it was such a speech that it reached us and it had a profound impact on our heart, the province that Allahu alayhi wa sallam had this impact on the hearts of people, first and foremost, through his human interaction with them, he had the Sahaba had good interaction with him, when you have a good experience with a human being, when someone is kind of nice to you, when someone can deal with you, just as a good human, then when they

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teach you something good, you will benefit from it tremendously. But if the person hasn't had a real relationship with you first, if the person hasn't had that human to human relationship, no matter what it is, they're saying, you'll remain skeptical of it. You'll notice this with people who do hard sell door to door sell, they'll come to your house, and they'll try to sell you some cleaning product, before they even introduced the product to you. Their first goal is to build with you a human to human connection. So sometimes it'll start off with a personal story, that, you know, I was in jail, and I was on drugs, and I went to rehab. And I decided to leave that life behind. And I'm

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doing that through selling this product. So now what have they done? They've built a personal connection with you. Sometimes a salesman will insist on entering into your home, can I come inside your house? Because a human being will only let that person inside their house will they feel comfortable with once they enter into your house that salesperson knows now this sale is 70% done, I just have 30% left, I built a personal bond I've entered into their home. Now when you don't let that salesperson inside your house, when you say no, you can remain there and I'm here, their chances of that sales going through has dipped from 70% to 30%. They only have 30% left they might

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make a sale or they're going to lose out 70% the chances they're going to lose out on this sale. It's about building their real human relationship. The problem is that a lot of money was sent them built a very organic, real relationship with everyone around him. He genuinely cared. This at the bottom in Saudi Arabia law one he tells us as we learn from other narrations that we were those habits so far, the profit was the one that said a lot. He was sort of who would feed us. He was the one that would take care of us. He was the one that invested in us. When no one wanted to sit with us. He was the one that sat with us. When we were alone, he would come and give us company. He had

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very real characteristics, things that made him into that people are appreciated him for being a genuine human being. Now translate that over to the Prophet sallallahu. It was said I'm then advising people from a sincere place with concise words, and with a ton of wisdom.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a lot of chicken hikma is to place something in its appropriate place. I could place this bottle on one side of the table or on the other side of the table. But wisdom is that I studied the table very carefully. I look at all the things on the table that I asked myself where can I put this bottle on the table in a manner that it will not collide with anyone's hand and I'll have easy access to it. You guys understand hikma it's thoroughly thinking it through thinking of all the consequences. And what's the best outcome? What's the best result I can bring? This is sigma. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke with hikma as he

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was commanded by Allah subhana wa tada oduro illa Sabina Arabic have been Hekmati while more that it hasn't, and call people towards the path of your Lord with wisdom and with a beautiful form of advice. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he used wisdom how there's a famous scholar by the name of shift of the Fatah Buddha. I don't have a whole lot who tada he wrote a book called rasulillah Marlin levy fatale

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The

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ATO sued and Malinois Saliba who fatale. The it's actually been translated into English and the title is Prophet Muhammad, the teacher and his teaching methods by Shahada Fatah Buddha. It's a very beautiful book, I would encourage every one of you to get a hold of the book in particular, if you serve as a teacher in any capacity at all. Or if you're a parent, and you teach your children or you advise them, a book like this will really help you sharpen up on your skill, your skills, and shut the fuck out. Belinda does a very beautiful, phenomenal job at going through the subject. One of the things that he mentions is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't over advise the

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companions. He only advised them enough and then kept them hungry. So they would wait for the next. Like sometimes as parents, all we do is keep advising our children. Every time we see them, what do we do?

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We start them to see our session again. Then we see them struggling to see our session again. When you overdo it, you kill the excitement to it. So they say can allow you demo, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would not he would not extend his lecture. Similarly, there's a narration that Mr. Muslim Rahmatullah narrates from Hawaii that cannot live and it was rude. You look cuter. Nakula Yo, Kula yummy commission that our beloved brother the last one would give us a public lecture every Thursday for Karla who Rajan. One person said to him

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Oh, above the ramen, which was it was true that your long run Scania has honorary title in Monaco. Howdy, Taka. What is the he we love your lectures? They're so awesome.

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What is a high def and Coolio? And we want you to change this from a weekly lecture to a daily lecture. Give us a dose every day. For Karla Miam not only Anahata Camila kurata Melaka. He says the only thing that stopping me from lecturing you every day is that I'm worried that you will become bored and you will lose interest. It's not that I lack of content or I don't have enough material. I have enough of that. And I have enough energy and I can do it every day. But what I'm concerned is that you will lose interest. In other sort of loss in the long run. He was sort of gonna hit the whole world winner Bill Murray that the kurata sand madalina process of Allahu alayhi wa sallam

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would not give us lectures every day he would give us gaps in between his lectures so that we would not lose interest in the message of the prophets of Allah while he was sort of similarly a bad boss with your loved one. He said to his students, how do you think Nassif equally jus Martin Martin, all my students only give your community lectures once a month. feign Aveda from a routine and if you must do it more than once a month, then sorry that month Gemma which means once a week, and if you must do it more than once a week, then twice a week, find a third or fourth and if you must go more than that, then do not give more than three lectures to your community. In a month in a in a week, I

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shall have the Allahu Ana. She would also give this advice to those who would give footballs in Madina munawwara an eyeshadow Viola Juana what's up costs, Lily Medina TV mythri. Derek, she also gave a very similar guidance to those in Medina, Managua, who would give footballs and lectures What do we honor her and how proud they are of a minute. I mean, how do you finance a Yeoman whether or not the Yeoman went out to Milan, she said to always been amazed that one day give a lecture and one day give people off because if you give too many lectures, you will exhaust them.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he wouldn't give lectures too frequently. And even the lectures he gave they were painfully long that people would feel that it was a burden on them to attend. hakakian hasn't says Shahid tomahto Souter lesson Allahu alayhi wa sallam jumada for karma, moto huapi and other Azhar outposts. I attended a Juma What about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he stood while leaning against his staff or his boat. 400 The law was gnarly he Kalimantan hace fatin ivatan mubaraka The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam praised the law. And he he praised a law and then glorified a law with some very few simple, pure blessed words and that was

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the end of the football. Some narrations tell us that the purpose of allowing while he was sitting until the companions that your football should be shorter than the Juma prayer and the Juma prayer the purpose that allow it was said as we know from narrations in the first Seneca, he would read sort of either in the second guy, he would read sutra platia. So from the first guy he's reading, so the second guy, he's reading sort of Asha, you know, if you're reading it very slowly

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taking your time in the intercooler, it can't be more than 10 minutes. I'm really like no to really stretch it out 10 minutes at tops, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is saying that the whole debate needs to be shorter than the actual salon. Now, the reason why our footballs are longer as I've explained earlier, is because unfortunately, people aren't too good at understanding a brief message. They need explanation. They need examples, they need repetition, they need multiple perspectives of the same issue. They wish for the issue the discussion to be nuanced. And if you're going to bring all of that together, then without doubt, the the hotel and the lecture will be a

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little bit more detailed in terms of an autonomic ally, Alia narrates from jabiru the last one, that when revelation would come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he would advise us, his lecture would be very serious. Now Vito Coleman, I thought who would either kind of like someone who's come to warn people of a punishment that's on its way for you that bond with Alec and one of the pockets that along while he was sitting with me his lecture, when the hotel would be over, by two o'clock on NASA watch him. He had the most beautiful face, walk Federal Home Vikon he laughed the most was ambition. And he had the most beautiful character. He was always beautiful like he was,

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he wasn't that.

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That's that very firm person in the whole time. He may take that stance. But as soon as a football was over, our beloved said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam will return back to us. Now in this book about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was giving this lecture. And the Sahabi said, O Messenger of Allah. It's as if you're delivering a farewell sermon. And as I mentioned earlier, it was very possible that this was one of the last sermons delivered by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Hence, he was so passionate.

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So he said, a messenger of Allah OC, give us some advice. If this is, if this may be one of your last lectures, then give us some special advice. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I commend you, I advise you, I counsel you to be conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this is the advice that was given by the prophet so long it was said to so many companions, so many companions. Without the alarm, Juan says, I asked the Prophet of Allah advise me the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said he will seek a veto to Allah Fein who Rasul Emmet, equally, I advise you, I commend you, I encourage you to be conscious of a law because once you have that, everything else will fall

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into place. I will say that it says I said O Messenger of Allah oseni advise me The purpose of the law instead of said, we'll seek a bit of love in who are also Cooley Shea. Same same In response, that I advise you to be conscious of a law because in it, you'll find all your solutions.

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In another narration, the purpose of Allahu alayhi wa sallam said, it could be tough love in the hood Jeeva or Cooley say that you'll find all of your solutions you'll find all of the good in consciousness of Allah subhana wa tada

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the province of ilango it was cinema was asked by the companion or messenger of Allah. I hear so many a hadith from you in the indie cinema Dominica, Hadith and eaten Katherine for half an uncle ohana, who? Will Alfredo Who? On messenger of Allah. I hear so many howdy from you. I'm worried that I'll forget what you teach us, the beginning and the end of it. So for her destiny we can imagine the kulu Jeevan or messenger of Allah give me a very simple advice which will be to the point in something that I can remember. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said it.

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Be conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala. I will look at a study for the long run. When he was appointed as Khalifa by the Sahaba and his inaugural speech. The first thing he said to the people I'm about for in Kumasi. Oh what a beautiful law. The first advice that I give you and I give to myself is to be conscious of a law in every action of yours and every thought of yours. Remember that you're a law is with you. You're a law is observing you. And if you can bring yourself to that realization that you are constantly in the presence of a law. If you can be conscious of a law, many of your issues will fall into place. But if you can't put that together, whatever you're doing is

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called a patch job. You're just patching patching, patching, every time you patch what's going to happen. You're gonna have another leak, you'll pass the roof again what will happen, another leak. The only way to truly deal with this is to develop the hole and we've discussed the details definitions of tequila earlier on under the hood either with your loved one and without or with the fighting with your loved one. It tequila hydromorphone. It wasn't the previous classes.

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I will work acidic with your loved one when he was passing away. He called on the last one. The avo for Asahi

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We'll see you he and he gave him some advice well oh my god Allah who and the first thing he said to him about the law Juan Was it a la jolla Alma Alma be conscious of Allah wakatobi or moto Ada any of the law and Amaro de la one that wrote a letter to his son of a loving Lama. And he said to me that for in new c capital law, he has no budget. I encourage you, I advise you, to develop in yourself the consciousness of consciousness of Allah, fame nahu money Tata, who will call up Raja who Jessa, who Omen chakra whose other who watch out in Tacoma news by naika wa Jalla, a filmmaker. And he said to him, for whoever is conscious of a law, a law will protect that person. And whoever gets to a law

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a law will fulfill them. Whoever is thankful to Allah, Allah will compensate that person give them more and make up law.

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central pillar of your life, no spine ache on pressing it like a central pillar, make it like that something that you're always coming back to again and again, something that you're that you rely on, and watch out for and make it the relief of your heart, meaning come back to duck law again and again.

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I'll even be talking about the law rhodiola one appointed once a hobby as a general for a particular battalion that he was sending. So he said to this hobby, who secret Aqua la, la la de la de la community Makai I encourage you to be conscious of a law that Allah which you have no no other option but to return back to him. You will meet that Allah

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What are your humble Illa Allah and Allah will not show shower His mercy. Sorry, what I wanted to highlight Kaduna who and there is nowhere for you to go other than Allah subhanahu wa Tada. Well, who I am and you could turn your asset off and it is your it is that a law who owns your dunya and he owns your asset on Omar bin Abdulaziz wrote a letter to one of his companions and he said who seek a beat up on law he has a virgin allottee life but what I am Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah for you female Idina be hi Kathy, what are we need to be hopefully Jalan Alor we are committed to talking. Omar Abdulaziz he wrote to his his companion, that developing yourself the consciousness of

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Allah. Because without it, Allah won't accept anything. That's why is the foundation is the pillar, the central pillar and Allah will not show her his shower His mercy but upon the moutoku and those who have conscious and Allah will not reward you unless you have Taqwa. For nl Why do we have caffeine? Today many people talk about tequila, what our meeting that we have to live with very few people have practice when it comes to tequila. And then we're gonna realize he's ended up by making a DA Giada and Allah we are committed to Allah make us and you from the beautiful we all say amen to this law of Omar Abdul Aziz as well.

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Someone came to adultery while he was on his deathbed.

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All Sina he said give us some advice. You're on your deathbed. You're leaving the world. Give us some advice. Got a sequel, Bihar Timothy surah canal. He said I advise you with the last verse of surah.

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where Allah Subhana Allah says in the law Hama Latina taco, well Latina Hoon

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that Allah is with those who have Taqwa those who are conscious of conscious of Allah, and those who are excellent those who strive for perfection.

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While the majority Allah Juan narrates from the prophets of Allah Han he said, that the Prophet was teaching while the meaning of taqwa and he said to him is that he made a law he is

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rogering the habit in Alec that be conscious of a law just as you would be conscious of someone in your family who you have all of, you know that person in your family that you were a little intimidated by someone who you knew that if they were watching you, they would hold you accountable for what you did. You wouldn't get away with it. And you would always look over your shoulder to see if that person was there when you were young before you have that muffin before you ran out of the house to go play. You always look over your shoulder. He said that's how you should be conscious of Allah subhanahu wa Tada.

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So, how to law there are so many examples of this. So Allah Junaid someone asked me Danny someone asked you need Baba daddy do you stand or Allah have little buzzer that how can I lower my gaze? What can I do to lower my keys?

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Be really Mika and never lie he likes us but for me Nobody can elaborate on

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how you can lower your gaze is by coming to the realization that you're alone will always see you quicker than you look at when you're looking at whatever it is you're looking at. Before you even set eyes and the hot on your Allah has already seen you and your Allah is already aware of what's going on in your heart and what you're considering what you're doing.

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Reflecting in one narration the purpose of a long while you sort of said Masada abdomen sorry Latin Illa Allah Subhanallah Hoda, alanya turn. In halen, for halen, we're in Chevron fishermen. Do we have Mr. Juan groovy, I don't know fufen that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that when a person develops an internal personality, a law will expose that person's internal, externally, if that person is good inside, the people will see good in that person on the outside. But if that person is corrupt and evil on the inside, then people will see that person being corrupt on the outside too. You'll notice this. Sometimes you look at a person and you just get this vibe that

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something's off here. You know, that person can do whatever they want to to present themselves in a particular way. But ultimately, at some point,

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their reality will be exposed. So beautify yourself, developing yourself the most beautiful characteristics, focus on doing deeds that are between you and Allah, and no one else knows. They say regarding Simon he died I'm gonna get not only that He fasted for almost 25 years without even his wife knowing that he was fasting. He would take food every day. On the way he would give it to the FDA. He would clean out the tiffin, the box, the food, the container that he had, bring it back home empty every day. His wife had no idea he was fasting for how long?

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Almost 25 years? Allahu Akbar. Right. And how did people come to know of it? One of his students saw him and he's sort of following and asking until we figured out what was happening. When you do something sincerely for Allah. If that action of yours is needed to be exposed to the eyes of people so they can be inspired a lot will take care of that. You don't need to tweet every time you do a good deed of Hamidullah. You know, 100 ID system how to know you don't need to tell the world that you just set up some hot Allah or you just did it 100 or I just did fall off right now. Or I just did it my husband will put on right I just finished setting an Arabic class. There's no need to tell

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the whole world of everything that you and I do.

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And in relation to this, there's a beautiful story that even Roger but humbling Eretz he says women are Jimi Maru if you had a Maria and Avi Jaffa kata, kind of Habiba, Abu Mohammed intogen. Jackie, Dara him, there was a person Have you ever Mohammed tagit. He is to let people he used to, he was like a bank. He would give people money. He would give them around him. People would borrow money from him for moto about the Yeoman for you that who will be CBN in Abuja, one day he was just walking on the street and he walked by a group of kids forgot about some of the kids when they saw him, they said to their friends, Jaya kilo Reba. This man who lives off of interest has come past

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this, because he used to let people borrow money. So obviously how he would make money by collecting interest. It was how long but he was doing it.

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So fernet kasasa who this

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I will Mohammed Habib he lowered his head out of shame that even the kids were talking about him. Well, kala Yara he said Oh my God, I've shaved the surgery lspr or LA you've exposed me even to the kids. That that all the kids even say ocular Reba article river faraja Pachamama Allahu Allahu wa Taala to be in a serum. We're in need of HRH and FC aminika be heaven man. Tiffany for them abohar sub.rb Malika Li Bossa Nova. He then came back home and gather all of that wealth that he had gathered from HUD on and he said, Yeah, Allah, I am your prisoner. And I've come to a place right now where I am worthy of a lot of punishment. So I wish for you to set me free law I will give this

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wealth in southern law. The next morning he gave all of that money in South Africa and dedicated the rest of his life for a bother some amount about the human without a sybian. One day he was walking again and he walked past the same soccer field and the same kids were playing

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for them Ah, who all about those who live out when the kids saw him they said, but the jar Habib, an avid they said Habib has come the worshiper

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fabrika he started crying. What Allah Yeah, Robbie and the Zuma Ratan Tata moto moto Ratan wakulla humann antic? Oh Allah yesterday, you expose me to the people. And today once again these people praise me because you put what I've done secretly in front of them. I didn't tell them. Yeah, like you allowed them to know. So all of this ultimately, is attributed back to you.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us to haba he commanded them of a scimitar obedience to leadership, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He repeatedly taught the companions the importance of obedience. We live in a time where people don't like authority.

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Our knifes has gone out of control. Anyone that claims authority over us, we go monkey, we go crazy. We can't handle it at all. If someone tells us that your parents are in authority over you, we say who said, We rebelled right away. If someone says to you that the government is an authority over you regard right away, if someone says that your scholars are an authority over you, we rebel right away. People don't like authority. And this is one of the main reasons why you'll find many people in our community, denouncing Islam as their faith. Because they've been constantly told a lot of luck out a lot suit, and they're tired. They're tired of hearing what a line that a suit are telling

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them. Because every time a lot of that is to say something they need to do it and they're, they don't want to do it. And they don't want to carry the guilt of not doing what they're supposed to do on them. So what do they do? They say the easiest way out of this guilt trip is I just deny the existence of a loan that assumes that alone. It's the easiest fix. people dislike authority. You know, you tell someone that for the longest time in Islamic history for over 1000 years, Muslim scholars and common folk had absolutely no problem at all, when it came to submitting themselves to one of the four famous jurist, a memorable hanifa Malik mm hmm Shafi in common. People will proudly

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say that a humbler I've submitted myself when it comes to my mother to the research of my Malik Rahmatullah Honey, I submitted myself to the to the research of mama humble, to the research of Mount Shasta to the research of Mama hanifa. Today, in our community, there are very few people who are willing to even identify by these scholars, because they feel by saying that I'm a Hanafi, Maliki chef, very humbly, I'm restricting myself, which means now, even if my heart wants me to do something else, I'm not supposed to do it, because

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there's a scholar who's telling me not to do it. We very much dislike authority. And this is an overall problem. Even when it comes to politics, even when it comes to anything. People have a very tough problem of authority.

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A community a society that struggles with authority, that community will always fail.

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Because you you need someone for guidance. There needs to be someone who carries the gameplan there needs to be a quarterback. If everyone becomes the defense line, if everyone becomes a Ford runner, if everyone becomes a back runner, you're not going to have you can't win. There needs to be one person who takes the captain's ribbon and ties it around their arm and says, I will guide you guys who plays midfield who pray strike who plays defense, there needs to be that person. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is telling the companions, be obedient to your leaders. In one narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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Man, I thought all Amir athon, whoever has been obedient to the leader, indeed, that person has been obedient to me. The purpose of the law, it was set on top that companions repeatedly how to get used to submitting yourself to other people. For example, He said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam said, when there are three people who go on a journey, the first thing you need to do is

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a point in the mirror, that you will be that I mean, we just think about that. And we say, Well, that sounds awkward. You have three friends who are all, you know, the same age more or less. And now you have to say that one person is going to have authority over me, meaning that person gets to choose whether we stop at buches or not. Like really, I'm going to leave the fate of my Bucky visit to your hands. No, I'm going to go there, whether you want to or not, you can stop at the gas station before I'm going to stop at this gas station. You see that attitude that we have. We have a very tough time for the pointing anyone to be out. I mean, the prophet said a long line he was sort

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of says whoever was obedient to the me, has been obedient to me, among a Tawny Fatah, and whoever obeys me has obeyed Allah or Manasa aminian forgot our son, whoever was disobedient to their leader has been disobedient to me. Woman asani also law and whoever has been disobedient to me has been obedient to Allah subhanahu wa Tada.

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Now, our job is to be obedient to our leadership, as long as what they tell us to do does not contradict the commands have a lot that have some sort of audio system. Going back to that inaugural speech that Abubakar Siddique or the last one gave when he was appointed as Khalifa, one of the first things he said that I am not worthy, I am no better than anyone sitting in this gathering. Who is saying this, by the way? Say that I have woken up before the alarm on so I don't know Allah, Thani of native Islam, Africa, Vaughn. He's saying, I'm no better than any one of you sitting here. And then he said, if you see me doing good, then support me. But if you see me make a mistake, then

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you are not to obey me you are to help me stand up and correct me. Right. And this is the same message that all of your loved one gave that Mashallah is only binding on you, as long as I stand in line with the teachings of a law that will suit the law.

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In this regard, there is a very important maximum

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la de Lima who can female Seattle harlot, there is no obedience to the creation. If it comes at the cost of disobeying the Creator. Your parents tell you that you will not pray Salaam anymore. obedience to the parents is very important. Your parents telling you you will not wear the hijab anymore. obedience to your parents is very important. But if it comes at the cost of disobeying a law, your loyalty 100 out of 100 times will always lie with Allah subhanho wa Taala. Respectfully tell them you There's no need to get frustrated, aggravated, become really loud and aggressive. Respectfully tell the mom and dad, I can't listen to you right now. Because what you're telling me

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clearly contradicts what Allah that assumes that alarm audio system are teaching me and this is exactly what I know. So the alarm one narrates from louder than no gentlemen, he said O Messenger of Allah. Allah encanta la Elena O'Meara is the new Navy cinematic, when I asked for my that modal family him a messenger of Allah, if tomorrow we have leaders who don't follow your way, who don't follow the sinner. What should we do? The Prophet said, a lot of it was said have said and I thought that he meant the military law has origin. There is no obedience for someone who doesn't obey Allah and those who doesn't. Who doesn't obey Allah subhana wa Tada. It is heavy, but you also see this

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advice the Prophet is giving. He's preparing the Sahaba the next generation. He's prepper. He's preparing generations to come. obeying the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was very easy. But remember, this is one of the final lectures of the prophets life.

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So he's focusing on a succession plan. And the succession plan lies in people learning to obey their leaders, people learning to obey their parents, anyone that's in a position of authority, you lower yourself in front of them, and you humble yourself. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then says, you will see a lot of confusion. Whoever lives after me will see a lot of confusion. Say on that sofa. sofa means by right. In due time, you'll see some confusion is often confused. But he's saying very soon you'll see it. And this came true. After the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away that I've started dry by the time of either the last one the holidays were full fledged

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they were already out they were swinging their flags and they were waging war against the Muslims and battles were taking place and all sorts of stuff have had started the confusion within the Muslim ummah.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is saying that if the laughable spread, shift allama Muhammad Allah, Allah showered His mercy upon him. In his book, other will lift Allah, the etiquettes of differing opinion, he raises a very fundamental opening discussion. He highlights that there is a difference between the see laugh and if the laugh

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and he highlights four or five major differences. I won't go through all of them. But one of the things he says is, if enough, is healthy, recommended, something that's encouraged in the dean, he laugh is not recommended in the dean and neither is it encouraged. If the laugh is a legitimate difference of opinion.

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See, laugh is an opinion that actually is based on no legitimacy at all. Someone just comes and says, I think this Why do you think that there's no reason for you, you don't have the right to make

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it up. On the other hand, if someone says this hadith seems to contradict this Hadith, so there can be any hostility or there can be a difference of opinion here. Some people they read this how do you think they say the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said very soon a lot of staff will come and this is still after Prophet was warning us about was the amount about the form of hubs. They're always doing that off with one another. mm Oh honey for Imam Malik Imam Shafi, you know, Mama humble. All these people do as they do if that if that's why some people they feel very confident saying that I am a Muslim, and I don't apply. I don't I don't align with any particular method. So

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it's important to know this lecture of mine is not about selling you on a method. I'm not trying to I'm not interested in someone becoming a hanafy, per se. What I am interested in, though, is people not having a problem with humbling themselves in front of people in front of masters in front of Mr. He doing jurists who have dedicated their life to sciences, the sciences, who are true experts, right? And then taking a heartbeat like this in conflating them to our silly understanding of the stuff that old the differences the Prophet was talking about was Maliki Humphrey Shah, Shafi and humbly that's how we say it in our in our culture, right? That's how we pronounce these words.

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That's what he's talking about. That's not what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was talking about. And the staff that existed amongst these scholars, these jurists was always praised. The truth is that they went deep into the ocean and they pulled out unique pearls. Not everyone went for the exact same print. They created different principles. And it's as if

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Every sooner Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, no matter when the Prophet did it in his life, someone viewed it as their opinion and preserved it. One of our shifts with one of our machines, let's say that there is no prophet to come after the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam. So within this Deen Allah gave us multiple religions, multiple practices of the religion, the whistle, the breath of this religion is such it's so great.

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The amount about these are people who actually were very respectful to one another. A model honeycombe de la Yachty was the oldest and first of them and he actually met him in medical Catalonia in Medina, Manila. And you America hit the lottery when he saw him. He stood up from his seat and asked him to lecture the students. And the students said that we had never seen him ematic ever give you seat up for anyone. And we asked him who was this man after he finished his lecture and left? So he said, This man is from Kufa.

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If you sat here saw this pillar being built, and you saw the person making this pillar was made of, he made it from mud and brick and cement whatever. But he can present 100 arguments, it was made of gold and he would convince you at the end of it, it was made of gold. This is the man who has got up and left right now. You saw the pillar being built, you saw the ingredients with your own eyes, but this man would give so many reasons so much. He was had such strength in his argument. Then in America, what a lie. He became a teacher of Schaeffler, you don't have to lie Jani. He also became a teacher of Mr. Mohammed and Mr. Mohammed was the direct student of Mr. Mahoney bharatavani Mr.

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Mohammed who was a student of Malabo hanifa, he came to Mr. Malik, he spent three years with him. He studied the whole mapa and until today, there is actually a very common version of the wire of Mata from the wire of Mr. Muhammad Hasina Shivani, which shows us that these were all people who were benefiting from one another. Then Mr. Mohammed becomes a teacher of Imam Shafi Imam Shafi later on becomes a teacher have

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been humbled. Amongst UT Rahmatullahi. Allah has a book. It's called alpha, alpha need fi Halawa, a sonnet, alpha needle, fi holla. With an Asana, it's a small little rusada. For those of you who read the Arabic language and have a desire, it's an awesome book. It's a beautiful book. He he man's duty, who was this master? And how do you what he did was in there in this small book, he gathered all of the most he gathered, compiled one of the most interesting chains of Hadith he ever saw. So for example, one chain will be the sister heard from the brother who heard from his cousin who heard from his father. So in this is not what's happening. It's all restricted to one family. So in his

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book alpha need, fi halau. Assad need, he has one snap.

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Mama narrates from Imam Shafi who narrates from a mathematic

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it's known as one of the Golden chains in Ahmed narrates from

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Imam Shafi who narrates Hadith from Eman Malik and Malik LLM Nicosia Rahmatullah YALI actually caught this rewire with this very same standard in his seat as well.

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Additionally, the amount about not only did they all benefit from one another, but along with that, they were very open with differences in opinion, they never became harsh or rough with one another, then off within the Medina was always appreciated. That's why you'll find scholars within each madhhab who later on will come and they will criticize their own method. So for example, you'll have humbly scholar who will gather all of the singular unique opinions of Imam Ahmed humba Rahmatullahi Ali mufa dot min. muffle adatto Madhavi Ahmed, the unique opinions of other humble Rahmatullah YALI. Similarly, all the unique opinions of him Shafi Lai la there's a book written on this, allow America

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to LA Hollywood a book in which he quotes all of those opinions in which Imam Shafi went against the majority female in front of the V Shafi, unlimited data, and so on and so on, if not then but also where to look for the magic keys where the magic is scholars went against him and Malik Rahmatullahi Ali, this sort of if the graph is an intellectual difference of opinion, and is not what the province of allamani was set up is referring to in this Howdy, what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is referring to our devian groups that will come and they will pull things out of thin air, and they will begin to create confusion amongst people, pseudo intellectuals, right people who think

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they're intellectual, but have nothing to do with being intellectuals have nothing to do with being true students of knowledge. They will create confusion amongst people. You'll find these people on social media, you'll find these people on news networks, you'll find these people on YouTube, who are just out there, creating fitness.

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Creating fitness and creating fitness. Just yesterday I saw a video

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I don't know how it came up on my Facebook newsfeed, I don't know how it came up. It was a three minute video. And the video said it was an older video. So the title read that

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an academic slams Amalfi, this academic man is going to destroy a scholar in a religious discussion. So I thought, well, let's see what his argument is. I'd like to see it. So this person is presenting this argument. I can't believe I wasted three minutes of my life. I should have closed it three seconds into it. But I was a fool. And I make asked a lot to forgive me for wasting three minutes of my life. This person was building an argument. He didn't destroy the guy by the way. He just didn't give the person a chance to.

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He didn't give this father a chance to say a word. Literally the guy the guy's father sitting there with books, he's trying to say something and that guy is was pointed out, he's just talking away talking away talking away. And what he's saying is

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his point is this this person is pointless. That's the habit. We're all going we

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all have this habit, Abubakar Rama the alarm, all of them are from when we started, then he starts creating this very silly argument. He brings to two ethical phenomena together. Yeah, but he's soil of Corona Mattila de la Cumani for volta. Kumara aalameen in a Serato Mr. T means that Oh Allah Guide us to the straight path. Straight Path means for vertical model Allah mean, and then he put one or two verses together and put this very big, weird, twisted, silly argument together. And I wasted three minutes of my life then Allah forgive me for wasting another five minutes. I made a second mistake. Any guesses what it was?

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I read the comments.

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Because I thought to myself What a silly argument like this is really like anyone who's gone to Sunday school can destroy this argument in so many ways. But nonetheless, I clicked on it. And I was reading the arguments and people were like saying VA, that's our in our language, we say wow, that means like, Wow, what an intellectual amazing argument. Well say it off you still often. Katherine, for those of you who think that was an intellectual argument, maybe we can have another gathering and we can talk about it more and explain how this is absolute.

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I'll just say it's stupidity. Right. It's just straight out stupidity. The argument is, doesn't hold any merit at all. Then the promise of a long while they will send an after warning the companions of a problem he then provides a solution. The service the solution includes two things Aleykum

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two parts of the solution. The first thing he says are a condition that was similar to qualify aerocity hold on firmly to my son and the son of the rightly guided

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for the far right the guidance successors.

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What does it mean to hold on to my son now hold on to their teaching. For yesterday too delicate domestic be Makana Li Hua Hua Hua rushdoony Yogyakarta what Amala what, what this means is hold on firmly, to the belief system of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, every time someone introduces you to a new belief, ask yourself to the Prophet have this belief, do the Sahaba believe in this? Anytime someone teaches you a statement or action, say to the Prophet do this to the Sahaba do this. Our measuring stick of success lies within the Sahaba and the Prophet sallallahu sallam. I always give this example. Let's say for let's say you come up with an idea. You say that I want to create a

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knife that's very unique. And you come up with some unique, you know, design to the night. Before you go into mass production. What do you do first, you create a

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prototype, what do you create, first, a prototype that this is the perfect version of what I want to be made. After you create the prototype, you then give it to the manufacturer and say put it into production.

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Once they put it into production, what happens is something they call QC, quality control. So every product will then be taken and compare it against

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the prototype. If it matches, it gets packed close to the shelf in the market itself. If it doesn't match, then what happens? Where does it go?

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Either goes to Ross or goes in the garbage. That's what happens to it. And this is the seat of the ayah athletic kinda confused as to like a Spartan hustler. He is the perfect model. On the Day of Judgment Allah will compare if it matches gender as yours. If it doesn't match. Now we need to figure out what we're gonna do with you, TJ Maxx can maybe hold you on and maybe we can send you to Ross or we can find some placement for you. But the true entry and agenda is what you have to match the prototype you have to match the profits that allowed them and why the protocol rashidun why the profits successors, because these people did match the profits that have on a resume. So what

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happened

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Now let's say for example, you're mass producing, you're producing in the hundreds of 1000s. You can't compare everything against one prototype. So, what you do is you match the first four products against the first prototype and you say these four products match perfectly. Now you can use these as a bench, you guys understand, each of these four cannot be used as a bench compare against. So instead of having one station of QC now you have how many stations, five stations one plus the new for qualified regime that look into my life and their lives because they will face new issues and they will find solutions from the Quran and Sunnah. So continue to use their method of jihadist in

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both use their method of of jurisprudence and an implementation of the Sunnah of the prophets of Allah while he was sitting on a commission. It was similar to the Coronavirus Dean. Now who are these qualified Russia doing that I mentioned in this hadith Who are these people?

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Without doubt, they are welcome Armando, Othman and Ali with one line on image main. Some have also included hustler the alarm because in one narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah say la foto de una Sunnah, that after me falafel will remain for 30 years and then kings will come. And by the time I leave the allowance khilafah ended. It was 29 years and six months, and how some of your loved one the grandson of the province of the llamada was set him he remained halifa for six months. So you add six months to 29 years and six months and that equals to a total of 30 years just as prophesized by the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Some scholars have

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also added the name of all Morgan Abdulaziz. Other scholars have added the name of others as well they say that the main thing is maybe it's not the qualifier. That's the main thing here. It's Maddie meaning those who are properly guided. So any Sahabi any person who comes into the Day of Judgment, who lives life according to the Quran, and Sunnah holistically, then use that person as a bench, hold on to that person use it, hold on to that person firmly and hold on to them.

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Strong

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then the prophets of Allah Hollywood cinema at the end of the day, he warns us, Sadiq Khan hold on firmly to the sooner that's where our success is. And on that note, as a practical solution. That's why it's so important. We read books like this, we read these books, because it's by reading these books that we will become more and more familiar with the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. That's why it's important that we read 50 books, because 50 is basically the servant of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. It's the jurists independent study, not just independent, but sometimes even collective. Actually, it is collective. It's the collective study of people who follow a common

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set of principles. And as a conclusion, they view this particular act, their final verdict to be the center. That's why it's important that we study books on Islamic law. Every Muslim should be able to read a fundamental book on Islamic law read and literally pick up a Marathi USADA, a central Felicity has been translated English into English, very beautiful book, you can find it very nice print good translation, assent to Felicity, I encourage all of you invest $10 in purchase it online, right? Buy a book like that by your notary VA, by your full duty by your mutton,

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whatever it is that you follow. And let's start with something basic and then make your way to something that's more advanced. When you're reading advanced texts. Though, however, I mentioned this very clearly. Read them under the guidance of messiahs and teachers, so they can teach you and guide you and help you along the way. Read fsid, read hudy read. And that way you create a more pure understanding of what the sun actually is, and you can bring it into your life. The Prophet tells us Anakin what to do that he warned us of what to stay away from, he says stay away from beta, which translates as innovations. I won't go into detail today of what beta is because we've already

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covered it earlier on in our previous class, when we covered the narration of Isla de la Juana, I covered this heavy, this part of the Hadith there the last part of this hadith in that class, and we discussed the issue of without very thoroughly so for those who wish to study it and learn about it, you can go back to that class, the narration of it allows

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me to know how that man is a man who for whom

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I close with the statement of him ematic Ly, which is a principle of dealing

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and in providing clarity in times of confusion, in my mother in

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law used to be who are hirahara Houma, Illa masala happy hour, that this ummah will only find success in that when the when the when the woman is facing confusion when they are lost when they're, you know, confused. They will only find their path they will only be guided through that tool that the earlier generations used when they faced confusion when they faced difficulty and

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What did the Sahaba use when they dealt with the hot edge? When they dealt with deviant groups like the Montecito? One, they dealt with deviant groups like the caldari. Like the mafia and the sophistry and other groups that came. How did they deal with them? They didn't just provide philosophical logical arguments. they relied on what

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the Sunnah of the profit or loss and the mathematics says that's how we pull through difficult times. And this is the only way people of the future will be able to pull through difficult times, they will need to come back to that some number pops to the volunteer so we pray that Allah subhana wa tada blesses us all with tequila. And I'll also kind of Wakata allows our hearts to be very comfortable with obeying our leaders and those who are more knowledgeable than us. And we pray that Allah subhana wa tada aligns our hearts with assuming of the prophets of Allah while he was at him and keep this far, far, far away from bid and innovation. There are lots of panels that are

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presented on a subtle level and I see them home at a ceremony.