Hussain Kamani – 40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 04 – Embryology And Fate

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The Hadith story emphasizes the importance of being a spiritual guide and teacher, as well as the use of alcohol and knuckle as means of drinking and proving the truth of the Prophet's statement. The importance of science and revelation is emphasized, along with the need for the human spirit to handle the revelation and avoid negative consequences. The transcript also touches on the concept of "rock and death" and how it relates to personal and professional experiences, emphasizing the importance of staying on the same page and not losing sight of personal events. The speakers also mention the need to stay on top of things, maintaining good health, and safe in the environment.
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The Hadith is narrated by Abdullah Abdullah scudo the last one who sets the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and he is the truthful and the one who is believed. Verily, the creation of each one of you is brought together in his mother's room for 40 days in the form of a notebook which is a drop,

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then it becomes an alpaca which is a clot of blood, for for a light period. Then the middle morsel of flesh for a light period. Then there is sent to him, the angel who blows his soul into him, and who is commanded a formatters he is commanded to write down for matters

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to write down his his sustenance, his lifespan, his actions, and whether he will be happy or unhappy, righteous or unrighteous shut the unit I'm setting

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by the one other than whom there is no one worthy of worship. Verily, one of you performs the actions of the people of Paradise until there is an arm's length between you him in it. And that which has been written overtakes him, and he acts that with the actions of the people of Hellfire and thus enters in, and barely one of you performs the actions of the people of Hellfire until there until there is an arm's length between him and it, and that which has been written for him overtakes. So he acts with the actions of the people of Paradise and thus enters it. The Hadith is narrated by mojado, la La, la, la Holly in their sight.

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The narrative this hadith is a companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam by the name of Abdullah was rude.

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And I've been loving this rule that the law of one's name is a very common one. There isn't a class of Hubby, or intimacy or gathering or a gathering of fifth in which opinions are narrated from the companions, and the blessing an honorable name of the gladness. The last one is not mentioned. And this is because he is the companion who was with the prophets of Allah. While he was sort of right from the beginning. He was one of the early few to accept Islam. His birth name was Abdullah and this was a name he was commonly known by his kunia was a blogger. The father of the rough man.

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His father's name was Massoud. That's why he was caught up the light even Massoud his mother's name was mobbed. So this was who are de la escuela de la one is in relation to his father and his mother. As I mentioned, he was one of the early people to accept Islam, some listing that being number six, and entering Islam, right in the early few. And the story of his accepting of Islam is a very interesting one. That one day, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was walking with a robot could have difficulty about one and as the two of them were just enjoying their walk the profits of a lot while they would sit on a walk. I'm very hungry. Is there any way you can present something to eat?

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Other workers of the COVID allowance awesome animals there. He went to the person who grazing the animals whose name was on the live and was screwed and said to him, can you please give us some milk from these animals? So this shepherd of the love and was rude said I cannot give you any milk because the person who I graze for Oklahoman anymore He is the owner of these animals. I'm just the one who watches over them so I don't have ownership over the milk to give it to you. So the purpose of the law while he was someone that said to him, okay, if you can't give us any milk that you have, how about you present to us an animal that has no milk at all?

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So I would love it was full of your loved one said Okay, no problem. So he went to the herd. He pulled out an animal that he was sure was dry because he just milked it, and then gave it to the province that allowed him it was sort of the province of the long haul it was that he took his hat and rubbed it on the side while saying Bismillah Ar Rahman AR him, and milk began to gush. After the love was full of your loved one witnessed all of this, in one narration, he said Yasuda law I live in a messenger of Allah teaspoon what you're doing, which shows us that now he was already in the fields of Islam, and the prophets of Allah Allah he was selling from us Hadassah, who the Prophet

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said a long while he was to them, wiped his hand over the loveliness of your loved ones head and said barakallahu fique. May Allah bless you, for in Nicola Manuel de mon, because you are a young man who will have a lot of knowledge, Allah is going to bless you with a lot of knowledge. And this gives birth to one of the greatest scholars, in terms of fifth in terms of Hadith in terms of proceed in all different sciences. That is the great hobby of the loveliness of the law. One.

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He wasn't only a scholar and a student of knowledge, but he was also someone who was very close to the practice of the law while he was in him when it came to serving the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so this habit they say that when the Prophet said a lot while he was set up to take a bath, and there was a need for someone to cover the profits of a lot while he was set him up to love and the loved one would it be there holding a garment covering for the profit along while he was sitting, if the Prophet said a lot of money was set him was going to take a little nap, and he needed someone to wake him up. He would call the law and he would say to him off the law, I'm gonna

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take a little, a little nap, do you mind waking me up, and he was so close that so close relationship, you know, asking someone to wake you up from your nap, is something that you only ask from someone who's very close to you, a person who you have formalities with, you can't ask them that because they may think that you're looking down upon them but he was like a brother of someone very close. The province of Allahu Allah He was sitting when he would,

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when he would sit in a gathering of blood and was full of your loved one would take the slippers of the prophets of Allah while he was sitting down with us that would be outside and he would put them under his arm. And when time would come for the prophets of Allah Ahmad, he was set up to leave the gathering, he would then bring those slippers immediately, immediately to the practice that alone while he was sitting, and put them on the ground for the purpose of the law to sort of see the progress of the long while he was set them could wear his slippers. That's why he was commonly known as saw he would not lean, the one who would carry the slippers or the practice that a lot more names

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than him. He would also carry the secrets of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There are many times where the Prophet said a lot he was sitting with share with him something very important in private affairs. And he was a vault of the secrets as well. He was a person who would carry the miswak from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when the prophets of Allah Hammadi was said, I'm going to go to perform Moodle, I would love it was the last one would normally come and present the miswak or messenger of Allah, this miswak is for you, so you can use it and clean your teeth. If you desire to while performing your your will, he was also this hobby that would carry the water for the

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prophets that allamani was set them on the Prophet would be on a journey. So the purpose of the last one it was said to have water available when he needed to relieve himself or if he needed to perform Lu.

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He was also so how do we use to carry the pillow of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so when the Prophet said Allahu it was set him when need to take rest of the love and was the last one would rush to the Prophet that along line he was sent him and present that pillow unit from this Sahabi from love and Masuda de la one. This one person, we learned how the Sahaba were not only students of the prophets that allamani was to them, but they were always present to serve the Prophet sallallahu it was in their interaction with a profit center long line he was a student and teacher wasn't a dry one. It was actually very meaningful. You know, in our community in our day and age, if a student

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was to just hope will hold open a door for the teacher at college, everyone in the classroom would stare at that person. What are you doing weirdo? Like the teacher can hold open the door for themselves? Why are you holding the door open for your teacher? Or if you went to your professor and said I volunteered to carry your books to your car or to your office, everyone would assume something's wrong. When these However, they not only view the profit to be their academic teacher, but their spiritual guide, someone who they genuinely love and this the stigma towards the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was an artificial. It came right from the depths of their heart for from

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a place where they really wanted it to come from it was sincere service to the promise of the law while he was sitting

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The prophets of Allah while he was sort of taught him to put on, and Sullivan was one of the alone one. In one narration. He says I can show you the sutras of the Quran and show you the verses that the Prophet said along while he was that I'm called to me after they were revealed, and asked me to write them down.

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I was the first person to write down many verses after they were revealed to the Prophet of Allah. While he was said he used to have his own copy of the Quran as well, in the earlier days of Islam,

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when there were still few companions, a group of Sahaba gathered together and they said,

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the Quraysh the people that Mocambo karma, maybe the reason why they haven't accepted Islam is because they haven't had the chance to publicly hear the Quran. So who is ready to go to the Kaaba and read the Quran publicly in front of everyone? I'm loving Masuda. Viola Juan said I'll do it.

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Everyone else said maybe you're not the best person because he didn't have much clan to support him or give him protection in case. But what he didn't take his reputation publicly too well, but he insisted and said I don't need any protection. I got this, don't worry about me. And they allowed him to go. He came around the time of Baja, after sunrise. The footage are sitting in their gatherings, near the Kaaba of the lover. Most of the last one comes out in front of the people.

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And very loudly, he starts reciting Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem. A rough man, Allah,

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Allah, Allah,

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Allah will,

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as a dilemma so that the other one is reading these verses, the footage that we're sitting, they jerk their heads up and they say, Who is this guy? And how does he have the courage to read this split on publicly in front of us. And they all got up collectively, and they sort of beating them and they beat him and they beat him so much, that they bruised his full face, and they cause marks on his face. He later on after he got out of that gathering, when he came back, the other Sahaba said to him, we told you that you shouldn't have been the one that went because we were afraid that he wouldn't be reluctant in beating you up because you have no clan to support you. I would love it

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if your loved one said, I don't need a support from any client and my support. And my protection is with Allah subhana wa Tada. And he said that day when they were beating me up, they thought that I was disgraced. But allies my witness, they were the oppressors, and I had no respect for them at all. And he said, If you tell me to go tomorrow, again, I'm willing to go tomorrow again. And the other Sahaba said, relax. We don't need you to go again tomorrow. Once enough. That was a big step. That's why even It was really the allow one has a unique honor. And what is that he is the first person to publicly recite the Quran. This is an honor that the biographers have preserved for a

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bluntness of your loved one. He is the first person to publicly recite the Quran.

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Amongst the Sahaba everyone knew he was knowledgeable. But in terms of his physique, he was actually a very thin person. There is a narration that when they have the love and muscles of your loved one climbed a tree. And he was doing something on top of the tree. That's how about the bottom of the tree must have seen his legs. And when they saw his legs, they started laughing. They said, look at this man, he's got chicken legs, his legs are so thin, you know, and they started cracking jokes and, you know, making fun of him and laughing at him. The Prophet said along while he was sitting came and he said that, indeed, the shin of of the love and was that you are laughing at it has more

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weight in the scale of a law than the entire mountain of art.

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Because not of his mass or his weight, but rather because of his rank and his honor because of his knowledge, because that's what knowledge does. A lot is no put on a lone Latina woman come well Lavina go to the garage.

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One day the prophecy that lohani will sell him he came to have the love and the loved one. This is now in Madina munawwara much later on. And the Prophet said to him, Abdullah, won't you recite some fun for me?

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So he said our messenger of Allah, how can I recite Quran to you, when jabril Ali Salaam recites put onto you. So who am I in comparison to be around? The Quran was revealed on to you? How can I recite? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I would like to hear from one of my students from one of my Sahaba and I have selected you you're going to be the one who reads hold on to some of the loveliness of your loved one. He prepares himself and he starts reading Surah Nisa that's the fourth surah in the Quran. Regarding the women and he starts reading stood on the side he reads and reads and reads. And he says I was reading one verse and during that verse, I heard

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something so I looked up. And when I looked at the face of the prophets that allamani was that I'm all I saw was a prophet said a long line. It was something was crying and crying and crying, and his beard was wet. So he said, I stopped. And I just observed the profits of a lot of money instead of and what was the ayah for K for either? lumati mushahid. Was it navicula? Hakuna shahida. How will that day be

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On which Allah subhanho wa Taala will bring a witness above every nation and that witness will be their messenger their Prophet, that Allah says above all of these witnesses and above all the nations we will bring you as a witness which now because Allah has

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the responsibility and the honor of the prophecy of Obama it was sort of brought tears to his eyes they humble the prophets that along lining listen.

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I'm loving this with that the last one was from once the companions were tortured excessively, by the flourish, when Villa de la one was tortured, when a modern yes out of the alarm one kebab in the authority of law one needs to have a were tortured to love and was with your loved one was also tortured. So he was a group of he was from the group of people who migrated towards apocynin. He migrated to Abyssinia twice, and then after that, he also migrated to Madina munawwara he participated in the Battle of butter. He participated in all the major expeditions alongside the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And by the way, when he arrived in Madina, munawwara the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam made him brothers with a Sahabi from Medina, Managua by the name of modern Magellan. And why the Magellan or the law one ends up becoming one of the greatest scholars of Medina Manoa guess where he gets a lot of his knowledge and a lot of his information, a lot of his inspiration from his brother Abdullah,

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who was the scholar from the Sahaba from a common karma. Now the scholar from this hub of Madina, munawwara is a lot of ninja who learned so much from the brother, that that he was given by the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam after the migration.

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In the Battle of budget, a beloved was full of your loved one was his hobby, who actually killed the greatest enemy of the prophets that allamani was sent him. The Heidi tells us that during the Battle of brother of the love Masuda de la one was looking around for who he should attack next. And all of a sudden, he saw one guy lying on the ground of the love. And the last one recognize that guy, because that person earlier on when in the early days of Islam used to make a lot of fun, have a good love and civility used to joke about him and mock him. And in a very inappropriate and disrespectful way, he would call up the love and mess with your loved one, we would always

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err on the shepherd. Row area means the small Shepherd because of his, you know, petite structure. He was a very thin person. That's why he would call them little wavy, I'm making fun of him. I would love him, obviously never liked it.

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But then he found that guideline on the ground and Who was that guy?

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Yes, it was Abu Jamal, I would happen, whose name was over the haka. But he was then known as Abu john, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the one who called him up with john, when he saw him lying going up to Levin was the last one ran there. He said, I'm going to get this one. He jumped on top of his chest, he unsheathes is sort of getting getting ready to kill him. And right when he's about to kill him, a Buddha has said to him, Do I really have to die at your hands? Like I'm disrespectful leader. I'm a Buddha. I'm the leader of that age. And I'm going to die at the hands of the warrior,

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small shepherd. And then our beloved Massoud said to him whether you like it or not, I'm the one who's gonna put an end to you. So he said, Okay, if you have to put an end to me, I'm going to submit one last request of my life. When you cut my head, please don't make a straight incision across the neck, rather go in an oval shaped through my chest, and then kill me.

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And you must be thinking the guy's losing his brains by making silly statements like this.

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So after loving this without the loved one asked him what kind of request is this? So he said, the reason is because

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after the people who are killed in the battle above, their heads are lined up, I want my head to be lifted above theirs. That's why I want you to go through my chest and cut my head. And I'd love to mess with your loved one. I don't. I don't think there's a narration that tells us that he fulfilled his request, he just very swiftly and calmly as he was supposed to put an end to him. After the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away. I'm loving them so that the last one he spent more time in solitude being alone. This maybe missing the Prophet said a lot. He said, I'm spreading knowledge privately to people who came to him. However, during the philosophy of all what I'm gonna

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do your loved one he came out again. And he participated in the grand Battle of Yarmouk, which was one of the which was the decisive battle that took place against the Romans in the conquest of Rome.

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And the 15th year after Hitler,

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and then later on,

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on one of your loved one appointed him as the as, as the one as a judge, as a coffee, and also as the one responsible of the financial distribution of the beta man in Kufa. So a bloodless coup de de la one then goes to Kufa. Now one of the Levin Masuda de la one is in Kufa during the khilafah abubaker on the last one, the wily the governor of Kufa is sad that he will pass so sad when it will cost me

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The governor of the loved ones live your loved one is the one responsible of the financial affairs of the aged man, and also the body the judge. Now during the life of man, when I found out that your loved one sobbing over your class, who was the famous hobby one of the astronomic Bashara,

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he needed some money for his personal affairs or maybe some business venture. So he came to the lab and was screwed and said to him, is it possible that I can borrow some money from the beta man, I will pay back, I'm loving the school that the last one agreed and set the term of when the money will be paid back.

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So I've been close with your loved one for for whatever reason, didn't pay back on time. Maybe the money didn't come in the way he was expecting it. Maybe the money got caught up whatever the case may be, he didn't pay back on time. I was a little bit older, the last one came to him in first very commonly said to immediately return that money. This money belongs to the muslimeen. I need it back soon.

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Sadly, nobody will close asked me in a very clear that I have full intention to give it back. I just don't have the money. As soon as I have. I'll give it back. Now not too long later of Leviticus with came a second time. And this time, he wasn't too nice. His language became a little bit more harsh. He was a little bit more heated, possibly. And he spoke to observe the inevitable cost in a language that was a little overwhelming. Salad it will cost of your loved one, they responded and they had a heated discussion, which then resulted inside the inevitable costs of your loved one raising his hot hands to the heavens. And he was just about to start making a lot. And right when he was about to

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start making a law of love and said don't make any law against me. And the reason was because San Antonio Casa de la one was known to be Mr. Javid, which meant that if he made a law a law would accept as the law instantly. Any law he made was accepted instantly that moment. That's why when there were major battles happening in the conquest of different areas of the world, the Sahaba would desire that sob who class be in that army? They would say why don't you send him to why don't you send him to because this law was accepted. But

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now I'm so sad that the Alolan obviously did not make a law against the law, but the law one now, I mean, what we need the halifa man and I found found out about this. And what he did was he then demoted sad that he will cause from that position. And in replace of sad that he will cos

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he then opponent appointed another person whose name was Walid bin Aqua. Now sadly, none of us will have the last one during this period. His main focus is educating people he's not only involved in politics is very involved on the ground very involved with educating people. He had six major students with study from him and and this and shared his knowledge through the through the different travelers and students of knowledge. The first and most famous of them was I looked them up in the face and then there was a sweat bin yazeed and the third one being Aveda, the fourth one being masuk been as that the fifth one being an urban sharabi in the sixth one being

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hot, it's been faced a geography. So these were his six major students.

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As of 11, Massoud continued to live there, he had a second problem. The replacement that Othman do not follow the law. one cent also had some crookedness.

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People started complaining to our beloved Massoud, that when he consumes alcohol

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so beloved Masuda, viola one says if he does it, he does it in his private courts, because no one's ever seen him consuming alcohol publicly. And we are not responsible to go and spy on other Muslims. So unless there's clear proof, I can't do anything. What he does in his private quarters is between him and Allah. Someone gives us news to Walid when he got very angry and made the live frog the loveliness of your loved one very difficult. He didn't like the response, because he he was hoping that a beloved would say, supporting words, as opposed to saying that he's a sinner, but it's a privately so I have nothing to do with it. So even though Walid was wrong for this, he was actually

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involved in some of these things that he shouldn't have been involved in. So globin was really a long one after some time and after a lot of pressure and when things weren't going so well for him in Kufa anymore because of the struggle in Kufa. He then decided to leave there. And he was heading for his he was heading to Mocambo karma phenomenon. On his way to Amara, he passed by a smaller area

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known as Mocambo Oba.

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And as he was passing by, with his students and his companions, as his caravan was passing by, they're on the way to Makkah. They saw this lady in the middle of the road, she was waving her hands. I need help, I need help. I need help.

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I would love it. If your loved one came to her and said, what's what happened? What do you need help with? She said, my husband just died. And there's no one here to help us with the funeral to shroud him and to bury him to wash his body. And I can't do all of this alone. So I came to the Main Street to see if someone can help me

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So I've been loving the long line said Who's your husband? And she said, My husband's name is Nadia Lamon, the prominent Companion of the Prophet allamani was him. He used to live in Medina mono What about what happened was that in Medina munawwara, he started imposing a very strict

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outlook on life, which wasn't practical for most of the Muslims that lived in Medina Managua, the honeypot the cables, monitor the alarm one told him that without you can continue to practice your very difficult positions. But you need to do it privately. You can publicly advocate and impose it on other people that don't fit with your loved one said what I believe in I will teach other people so if one of your loved one said then you leave me no choice you must leave Medina Manila. And he left Medina Manoa and started living outside of Medina Manila right an area known as mahkamah. And this is relevant so that your loved one then meets him and his wife when he meets them. Without

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gives final advice on what to do with his body and how to shout him. They then shot him and bury him and he heads for Mama, and that's where he meets with mom and I found out the last one. And I would love Masuda, the last one that returns back to Medina Manoa.

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Now while he's in Madina, munawwara he continues to live there, he contributes to the community. He then becomes very old. Hate when he reaches over the age of 60 is now old now and his life is passing on very weak.

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If it was full of your loved ones body started hurting and he wasn't really able to function so much.

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So he used to always make the Odwalla he used to say, yeah, Allah

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returned me back.

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Take me back to the Prophet that allamani the cinnamon, take me to the gardens of Paradise. One day a person came to him and he said to him, Abdullah, I saw a dream last night Can I share it with you? I would love it if the loved ones that short. Tell me your dream. He said I saw last night in my dream

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that the prophets that allamani was Saddam was seated on an elevated mimbar

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and you were standing in front of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And in the state the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Oh even was rude.

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After I left the world, it seems that you went through a lot of difficulty. So why don't you come and join me now.

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So alumnus without the alarm on when you heard this, he said to that guy, are you sure you saw this dream? He said, Sure. So then I'm Filipino. So they do a lot one said Yala, except this dream and join me with the Prophet ceylonese. Not too long later, in the year 33, Hindi or possibly 34, Hindi of London so that the last one became very sick of one or the other one a bloodless with a viola, one towards the end of, you know, during the halacha. Because of the disputes that happened in Kufa, and some other issues,

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there was a little friction between the two, there was friction between the loved ones without the loved one. And finally, the last one.

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There are some scholars who say that they weren't able to iron out their friction before. I've loved most of their loved one passed away. But there's a large number of scholars that actually say no, this isn't true. Before of the loveliness of that the loved one passed away. They cleared their hearts and they mended their issues before he departed the world.

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And as a part of this, there are some claims that are made. Anyway, I won't go into all the details just for you to know that whenever Love knows that your loved one was in the final illness of his life

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of mine, and I found out if your loved one came to meet him. Actually, there's one more point I need to mention to you. You know how I mentioned a moment I found another loving one that had a little friction. As a part of that friction of the moment, I thought of your loved one. He paused the allowance of a beloved Masuda the alarm. So he wasn't allowed to have his allowance anymore. You know that stipend that he was given he, he halted the cycle because of that. So when he was very sick of delivering your loved one came to visit him. I'm not fond of your loved one came to visit. And he said to him, which illness are you in? What's the illness that's causing you pain? What's

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causing you pain right now? He was in his deathbed. So I've loved most of your loved one said the pain that I'm in in the illness that I suffer from, is due to my own sense. I'm a sinner. And I'm fearful that I have to answer along the Day of Judgment. That's the pain that I'm in right now. So then he asked him of mine asked him, What do you want right now? What can I do for you? What do you what do you want? So I'd love know that your loved one said All I want is the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala of mine of your loved one asked, Is there any doctor that I can call for you? He said it's the doctors that gave me the stillness in the first place. You know, I don't want any more

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doctors now. It's time for me to leave the world. So I'm the loving mother or their loved one asked him that should I restart your stipend which would have financial help be useful to you right now. So I've loved most of your loved one said I don't need any type of monitor your loved one said maybe you don't need it. But you have many daughters who live who will continue to live beyond you. They're going to need the stipend. So I would love to have your loved one said no they won't need the stipend either because the profit center

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A lot of money was said and taught me that whoever reads so wealthy every night would never die from starvation. And I taught this practice to my daughters too, that reads that are out there every night, and you will never die from starvation. There's nothing to worry about my daughter's

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after that. I'm loving the loving mother, the long one called zubaid that our mom and his son of beloved's obeyed, and give them some advice on how to take care of his burial. He then passed away and after he passed away, most the most correct narrations tell us that his janazah was led by a man and a photo of your loved one. And some narrations also tell us that his inasa was led by Mr. vinyasa or the Allahu taala.

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Um, you can find all of this information and more in books of biography. Also lava is a very beautiful biography work that it's an it's an oddity, though, but it has a lot of detailed gems on on the Sahaba and also the top part of even sat and other collections as well.

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Now, when was the last one narrates many different parts that a lot while it was over 880 ahaadeeth are narrated, sorry, 840 ahaadeeth, our narrative from Abdullah Allahu Allah. Now he starts off this, how do we go to the top of the Hadith and we look at the language used in the Hadith. The first thing he says is called 100 Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he uses the word hypothenar that we were told or the prophets of Allah holiday was sent to us, he shared with us this terminology, high definition that our beloved was gonna be a long one uses. While expressing the information, the sharing of knowledge from the prophet to the companions, then ends up becoming the

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legacy of the Mojave theme. That's why when you open up any book of Hadith, what's the language they use? When they say the Prophet said, or someone said, or someone narrated? What's the language they use?

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They say, I heard from so and so or I narrated from so and so the most common usage in the in the works of Hadith is hugged up and they actually adopted from this hadith right here, because that's the same language I would love to mess with your loved one uses, uses and this word is not fun at all a hadith where they say the Prophet said it whereas Hobbes's, it's rare, and here I'm loving also that your loved one says, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said had that that the Prophet narrated to us now before he shares the actual Hadith, he says something interesting that usually you won't find, as a hobby saying before they hear the statements of the Prophet that a lot

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he said him, he says, Hunter Farah Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, well, who was solderable and you must do the practice of allamani. He was set on set and he is a saga. And he he is almost look, what are these two terms mean Assad? And I must look, Assad, it means someone that is

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I must do is someone whose truthfulness is

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accepted. everyone accepts it truthfulness? Why is a beloved of your loved one making this statement before he narrates this, how do you? This is a big question. Well, the reason is because the contents of this hobby are going to talk about a science and a set of issues that aren't intellectually understandable. In particular, in that era, until the 17th century, until the telescope was created, before that even even much after, you know, embryology as a science wasn't totally defined. So we're talking about, you know, 1400 years ago, where there is no science of it at all. And now the Quran is talking about embryology in the province of Milan he was set up as

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talking about embryology. So, to them This knowledge is of the unseen, something that the, the mind has to learn to accept because there is no way they can be absolutely sure whether the information shared with them is truthful or not. But even though this narration could be one that you know, maybe the people that Mongkok can make a mockery out of the Prophet saying that how you're saying 40 4040 clot, and that drop a clot and then a morsel of meat, you're saying that's what the child's growth is in the mother's womb. You know, they can make a mockery out of this because none of this is true. In fact, it was all as far as they were considered speculation. So that's why a bloodless

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look at the last one is setting it very clear. Well, who was satirical Elon Musk?

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Now this issue here opens up a big discussion. Now what's that discussion?

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reason and Revelation.

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The most difficult crossroad in any religion. At what point does reason take importance, and one that's revelation take importance. If the two of them clash if you have an authentic, absolute robust, versatile put on, that's telling you something and it's the statement and the meaning of that one is very clear and the rest of the world

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And all the signs of the road is pointing towards something else. Which one do you give preference to? Do you give weight to Revelation? Or do you give weight to reason? Now, the reason why this discussion is so important is because we live in a world that if science can prove it, then it doesn't exist. That's the world that we live in. And that's why it seems that there's a common trend of people being inclined and drifting towards atheism. Right. And the reason is, because they're trying to prove the existence of God through science.

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This is very difficult issue. The reason why it's difficult because science itself is in a process of growth. If something is in the process of growth, if something if something isn't complete, if it's in the process of growth, then you call that novice, what do you call that? NACA is incomplete. Allah subhanho wa Taala is existence in his reality is complete. How can a novice understand accounting? How can something incomplete grasp and truly understand and prove the income complete? And all this arrogance that science has an answer for everything is bogus is baloney. science does not have an answer for everything. I'm telling you, as a patient, you know, as someone who's gone to

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the doctor many times, one of the most frustrating points in my life is when the doctor tells me that, you know, the science is still developing on the issue. You know, it's frustrating not because the science is still developing, that's natural people are going to continue to grow. If it's still developing, why are you so egoistic? And why do you make it sound like to the world that you know everything?

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Do you understand? I remember, I had some gi issues back in the year, my stomach used to hurt a lot. I think it was a response. I think it was a result of eating a lot of HR By the way, that's my personal feces. I had a lot of char and hot sauce. And that resulted in my stomach being messed up. So I wouldn't do a doctor for you know, a long time. And he they ran all sorts of tests on me. And finally they diagnosed me with IBS. I said to him, what is IBS? And he was honest with me, a lot guy that he was very honest with me. He said, IBS, irritable bowel syndrome is a diagnosis we give to people who we can't figure out what's going on with them. So it's kind of like miscellaneous. Like,

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there's something going on. We know But what exactly is going on? We're not sure. So you're just IPS. And I sit down? Oh, thank you. And I my wife said, Oh, how did the appointment go? I said that appointment was another lesson that don't only rely on the law, make sure you rely a lot on the law. But you need to spend a lot of time making the art of Allah subhanaw taala because human beings are still continuous continuing to learn. You know, science can't fully explain to you the phenomenon of gravity. There's so many things of that are realities that we that we experience on a day to day basis that science hasn't figured out. So sciences and figured out gravity, how are we expecting

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science to prove or be able to explain something as grand as a loss of time without the creator of science and knowledge? Okay, so this is where we need to put our intellect in place.

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There's this big discussion amongst others, that where does intellect and revelation fall? Where does your intellect fall? Where is revelation? Because there's one group of people who who are so who are known as the rationalists. to them. If revelation cannot be rationalized, then it will be due at the revelation as we pick it up and we

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throw it out that's what we do. So you'll find some rationalists in their tafazzin when they talk about the story of ultra hot and the elephant's you guys know that story? I then thought okay for photo book of yours Hi, Bill feet, and how those elephants were destroyed with birds that came with three petals, one in the beak and one in each foot and they dropped them in those birds are destroyed. So stop, there are some rationalists read this and they say this is irrational. How can a bird carry three stones and drop three stones and knock out an elephant? That doesn't make any sense? The only way this could make sense is if this is a metaphor, and rather than accepting the

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verse, And the very clear openly acknowledge narrative, the people who are there they witness they saw this, these were people who ended up becoming Sahaba later on as well. But people who are witnessing this, they're saying that this is what happened. But a rationalist rather than accepting that for revelation, what does he say? And I've read this with my own eyes, by the way, that what this actually was was this was a tour of a sort of smallpox. It was an illness that the elephants experienced because of which they all died. There were no actual birds and no actual stones involved. And now lodges the whole thing of the Prophet going in a single moment, from Mocambo karma

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to baited enough of this from there to the seven heavens and come back all within a few moments. This couldn't happen in reality. So this all must be a vision. It must, it must have all been a dream, because the human intellect can't grasp it. So then we put

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we put up we put a barrier there to Revelation. So the revelation then becomes restricted and limited to our intellect. And that is a huge flaw. So what do we learn? We're not saying that we're

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get a kick out revelation because of our intellect. And neither are we going to be the second group. And what they do is that they take their intellect and throw it out and they say we're just going to be, we're just going to rely on revelation period. There are some people who just rely solely on revelation. They want nothing to do with

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intellect, they don't want to think about it. They say stop thinking about the stop trying to be intellectual when it comes to the religion. This look at what the Word says and practices.

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in it.

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The revelation is what we call nothing.

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And reason is what we call upon. What do we call reason? intellect anatomy.

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What do we call revelation? Nothing. Sherlock Holmes, I used to have said something very beautiful. He said we have alcohol and knuckle. Some people they refuse to use an alcohol, they only want to rely on knuckle we call them knuckleheads.

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People who only rely on knuckles, we call them knuckleheads. Because that's gonna make a big mess out of your religion too. There has to be a harmony. And this was the the, the approach of the novel Gemma, all scholars of Islamic tradition, orthodox Islam, they took approach where they found the way to harmonize between the intellect, and also revelation, and they found explanations. But ultimately, if the verse of the Quran was very clear, and it could not be interpreted, and science contradicted that the Koran says very clearly, you will be resurrected from your grave and science science says that's impossible. You cannot bring someone back to life. The Muslims were they give

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importance to the brain, and they always had an intellectual and heavy, very smart discussion. At the end of the day, when the two clash, which one to decide with

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revelation, they trust, that if the Quran is saying it, I have no doubt in it at all, we will be resurrected, and that's going to be our ground. Learn to keep your intellect in check. That's what I want to say to you all. Learn to trust revelation, learn to trust a line that assumes that a lot of

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this because you don't understand it doesn't mean doesn't mean that you have to reject it. Okay?

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The world doesn't revolve around you. neither should you be, are you and I speak to myself as well neither should we be so egoistic, that every issue has to be intellectually understood by our limited understandings. If you're struggling to find out reasoning behind your religion, I'm not saying blindly follow it. I'm saying go and study it, read it. And if at some point you find that your reason contradicts the clear command, along that assumes that Alomar lucidum, Allah subhanaw taala is telling you, there is no relationship with your spouse while in menstruation. And your reason is telling you there's nothing harmful in that, at the end of the day, which one do you

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follow? You follow it Allah subhanaw taala is telling you, you know, Allah subhanaw taala in the prophecies that are telling you, that same gender relationships are not committed, your intellect is telling you and society is telling you it's okay. It's normal. Don't, don't don't just throw revelation out the window like that revelation that revelation means something to you, that revelation, someone might come and tell you that Oh, you know what pork is actually a healthy meat to have. It has so many X, Y and Z benefits. If revelation has told, you know, to learn to submit yourself to that now, this whole thing of being able to rationalize every part of the religion

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becomes a nasty rule becomes a nasty place to be. I've sat with people who hold this sort of an approach, who aren't willing to leave anything to Revelation at all. They want to be able to rationalize everything, and it's just a matter of time before they put themselves outside this outside of Islam. Okay. So yes, our Deen does have an intellectual part. And we will in this we will discuss that intellectual part. This will happen during this class, it will happen during your holiday hours, whatever class you attend, you will find your mom's intellectually engaging you if I'm suited to La la manzana de la la, la la,

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la la, La Scala. So many of them who were in mamarazzi he was mind blowing intellectual. Someone asked him that the seed of neuronal or neural, you know the idea of pseudo * * and Allahu Allahu Allah. He said neuron Allah new light upon light. That means that Allah subhanho wa Taala gave us an intellectual understand revelation. That's what makes it light upon light. Allah gave us a reason to understand revelation, such beautiful understanding of it. Now for this the province of Allahu alayhi wa sallam explains that the embryology the growth of the fetus in the mother's womb goes through different phases. The first phase the process of a long line, it was sometimes called

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it not What does not mean a drop, okay. And it remains in the mother's womb in that state for 40 days. After 40 days passed by, then it enters into phase two, which is called alpha. Alpha means a clot where it begins to clot now, this is where now the baby begins to form.

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40 days later, it becomes more

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What is muslimeen?

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a lump of meat, you find this another Hadith Allah in the field just at the Moodle. Indeed in the body, there's a lump of meat. If that lump of meat is good, everything is good. If that meat is corrupt, then everything is corrupt. And what is that referring to allow here, the word Moses same word was used there as well. And that honey.

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Now after the 40 days after the third set of 40 days, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says an angel comes and he blows in the in the child, the soul enters. Now the first discussion how the Hadees mentions that every 40 days, one state to the next state to the third state scholars, they reflect over this. And this is where you'll find the significance of 40 taking birth. You'll find some people that say, engage in vow for 40 days and you'll find a change in your life. Others will teach you that do read the Quran for 14 days you'll find changing your life, someone will tell you reads the law of 40 days without missing a single prayer you'll find change in your life. The reason

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why there's this constant

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referral to the number 40 is because the number 40 holds the period of change in a person's life. When Mussolini's Saddam was invited for revelation, what does the law say?

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photomicrography arbeiten Allah, that muscle is surrounded etica for 40 days. Then after that he was granted His revelation.

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Allah subhanahu wa tada tells us here in the prophets of Allah while he was in and tells us here, that 40 days first than 40 days again, and then 40 days again, and this is the same advice I give to everyone here. If there's something in your life that you're trying to find changing, don't do it two, three times, and then start saying out loud, I tried. Because doing something to three times doesn't consider isn't considered a proper a proper try. You know, people come to me sometimes they'll say shift, my relation was isn't working out. And I want to go through with the divorce. And I'll tell them hey, before you go through a divorce, Islam encourages counseling. Did you it's a

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platonic advice. Have you taken on counseling? And they'll say yes, we did go to counseling going through so many, we went to so many people for counseling, and also them stop.

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How many sessions did you go with each person, they'll say, we went to so and so's shift for half an hour, another shift for 15 minutes, another shift for five minutes. That's not counseling.

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You can call him by getting advice, you can call that giving each other high five, you can call that drinking Chai counseling is an ongoing effort. It's something where you sit with someone who's a professional in the field, and you sit with them eight 910 times, I usually tell people at least six seven times. That way your 40 period 40 day period is also caught in there saving it periods, even going with a person working on a back and forth. You want to bring change in your life, bring it for 40 days, you want to lose weight, choose any diet in the world, do it for 40 days, they're gonna lose weight. You want to get strong, go to the gym for 40 days straight, you'll get stronger, you

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want to start reading the Quran be consistent for 40 days, you'll get more fluent, you want to get more, you want to become more punctual, vincelot calm for 40 days don't miss a single Solo Solo will become a part of your life. The 40 day numbers have very important number you stick with it, and it brings change into you.

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Now, the next discussion that comes in is that after 40 days, the Hadees tells us that the angel blows the

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soul into the child. So what's the discussion here?

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What's the rulings on abortion in Islam?

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You guys understand that? What's Islam's take on abortion? So the first thing you have to understand is that

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using a medication or using anything to prevent conception, the scholars say is permissible. As long as whatever method you're taking as a contraceptive is not permanent. It is reversible. And the second thing is that you're not doing it out of fear of poverty. If a person for whatever reason they're doing it because they feel like I'm still in college, I'm still in school, I need more time. Or I need to focus on this focus on that then that's there as long as both people are on the same page they're making that decision together. The How do you three job whether your loved one is there putting one foot Adrienne's is that we would withdraw even though the Quran has been revealed. And

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withdrawal was the most common method practice for, for for, for for avoiding conceding that was the most common method that was practiced amongst them. So he says good manners and we'll cut onions It was a practice. Now once a person conceives, can you now abort that child or not?

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So although some scholars attach a camera to this, what's the first thing I said they attach a disliking. But then they further divide the pregnancy into two periods. The first four months

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And then the remaining five months, the first four months are the months after which the soul is blowing in. Because after four months, I said 40 days, 40 days, 40 days, how many days is that 120 how many months is that? Four months, after four months the soul goes in. So the discussion is if you abort before the soul goes in, or abort after the soul goes in. Now, aborting before the soul goes into the body, the first 120 days, I started off by saying scholars even consider this to have some sort of a karma has some sort of a dislike, however, if further if there is a dire need, or a reason that pops up because of which the mother doesn't feel comfortable carrying the child, maybe

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her health is at risk, maybe.

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Maybe she the child was conceived through an inappropriate manner, maybe there was a * involved and there could be many scenarios where there could be necessity, she speaks with a scholar explaining why she doesn't feel comfortable having the child if the necessity is established, she there is permission to go through with a an abortion. Prior to 120 days, many scholars have given us permission. There are some scholars who are right say no By the way, they say once you're conceived, then there is no abortion at all period. It's completely head on. It is equivalent to murder.

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But a large number of scholars they do get permission if the abortion occurred within 120 days. If there is proper reasoning, not just because you feel like it because you're not in the mood anymore. Because you know, something silly and small. You've taken a responsibility you engage in that relationship with with hopefully your spouse or with someone, that relationship always brings a potential responsibility that can come on to you. Now you need to woman up or man up to that responsibility and take it on.

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After 120 days, this is where majority of the scholars come and say no. And the only time they will allow an abortion after 120 days if the case is very dire, like imminent death, the mother continued that she will die. You know, or if there's a very some very big issue that comes up and again issue from person to person changes. That's why the scholars they differ they agree on this they say abortion after the rule enters into the body is not permissible.

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By the other Maliki says there is no difference of opinion amongst the scholars that the soul enters the body after 120 days. And he goes as far as saying the Fatah there is a consensus of the scholars on this issue. The soul enters the baby's body after 120 days after this prophecy. There's the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Allah subhana wa tada commands the angel to write down four things regarding that person. What are the four things his risk, this means? sustenance. The second thing is ajan. What does this mean? his life's his lifespan and his actions, his deeds, and then shutting you I'm sorry, meaning ultimately, will he go to Paradise? Or ultimately will he go to

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the fire of *? Now this is where the discussion of fate comes up. But I won't repeat the discussion because we have this discussion in detail in Haiti, the Djibouti will continue Friday, he was shutting him in a lot. That's where we had that discussion. And we discussed all over there. I talked about the different types of faculty who moved on to the mandala. So since we covered that there, I won't cover that again. I'll close off the huddle at the end mentioned one thing, and this is something that needs to be discussed briefly. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, sometimes a person does the deeds of the people of Paradise their entire life. And right before they

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die, right when they're so close,

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they end up doing the deeds of the people to the fire out on the go to fire.

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And then there are some people who do the deeds of the fire of * their entire life and right when they're so close, they then do the deeds of the people of Paradise, and a lot of them agenda.

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So, from this, we learn first and foremost, never be content with the state that you're in. Never be content. Because you're doing good today doesn't guarantee you're going to do good tomorrow. Always make the automa Allahumma Yama colleyville Peru, Sabbath khudobin Allah O Allah, The Turner of the hearts, keep our heart firm on this Deen of yours. Oh Allah Ravana kulu bada bada data hub, let me login karasuma in the country

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do not turn our hearts away after blessing it with a sweetness Episode

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12 finance the Mean while happily beside him, Oh Allah let us die with in the state of Oman and resurrector with the pious these are the laws that we should always make out long give me death on the mind. Give me a beautiful death. Let the last part of my life to be the best part of my life. Now someone can argue and say, if this person was doing good deeds their entire life, but then at the end, they do bad deeds before they pass away. That seems to be unfair for that person. You guys understand that? It seems to be unfair because that person could be their entire life. And then right before they did some bad deeds and now they're gone.

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The fire of *, someone can claim that's unfair. Well, there was answered the scholars give they say. The reason is because even though his deeds apparently did look like they were the deeds of the people of Paradise, but internally, there was never a good intention.

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You guys understand that. And Allah subhanho wa Taala exposes this person's reality right before they die. Many scholars say this part of the Hadith is actually directed towards the minority, who do good deeds and good deeds and good deeds, the deeds that should technically take you to gender. So how are doing those deeds, what's the security and these deeds are going to take them to agenda. But because these people were never sincere from the get go, even though their deeds didn't look like the deeds of the people of Paradise, but right before they died, they were exposed and what happened, they ended up going to the fire department. And there may be a person who may have bad

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deeds, bad deeds, bad deeds, maybe doing a lot of bad stuff. But in their heart, they're sincere, you'll meet those people. By the way, there are some people you'll meet in life, who are doing bad things, maybe involved in drugs, selling drugs, or maybe involved with robbery or murder. But at heart, they're good people. When you go to the prison, if you've ever gone to a prison before to visit inmates or to go there for thou artists, whatever, you'll see the people sitting there and many of the people are just soft hearted, honestly, good people. Maybe you got caught up wrong place wrong time. Some people are guilty, they're not even guilty, and they're in prison. You know, people

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are there for different reasons. So sometimes the people may have people a person may have actions that may tell a story. But internally that person's struggle is very different. And right before they die, Allah subhanaw taala blesses them with Iman. And after that they pass away in the state of mind. So with that, we finish off this how do we close off by reminding us that we should be punctual and making our law? So first of all summarizing this, how do you always trust a lot in middle school settle on a wisdom, let reason play a part in the growth and your spiritual growth. But let revelation always Trump reason if reason is having a tough time understanding clear and

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proven Absolutely. So he and study revelation, submit yourself to Revelation, drop your ego, just as we do search the insula, do such that with your with your reason in front of in front of Revelation, submit yourself in front of Revelation. And then after that, we talked about the the embryology and the lessons the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teaches us you know, there are many scientists after reading this hadith and reading verses of the Quran. On this they have accepted Islam because they were amazed by what the Quran says at a time where this knowledge is unknown. Okay, so, you know, this is where this is a beautiful idea to also use a beautiful Hadith to also use when

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engaging in Dawa. If you're showing people the scientific miracles of the Quran and scientific miracles of the Hadith, then this hadith also teaches us.

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We covered some 50 issues, I'm going to skip through all of them and jump to the end, that we should never get complacent and comfortable in life. Always keep yourself on your toes. Always keep yourself busy. Make the water a law that tomorrow is better than today. And today is better than yesterday, and leave this world and make dua that Allah Allah to die and leave this world in a state of mind in a state of piety. Pray that Allah subhanaw taala gives us all death on eemaan Allah subhanho wa Taala gives us death on the Kadima La ilaha illAllah Muhammadan rasul Allah, that Allah honors this with a very gentle Bucky, and that allows penalty resurrects on the Day of Judgment with

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the companions, and that we are honored to bring from the blessing hands the props that allow Monty instead of on the Day of Judgment, and that we are honored first entry into paradise along with a pious and righteous and martyrs and that Allah subhana wa tada keeps us all united as we are gathered here today in this gathering in the highest gardens of Paradise was set along with us, he said I want to live here wabarakatuh

On the authority of Abdullah ibn Masood (ra), who said:
The Messenger of Allah , and he is the truthful, the believed, narrated to us, Verily the creation of each one of you is brought together in his mothers womb for forty days in the form of a nutfah (a drop), then he becomes an alaqah (clot of blood) for a like period, then a mudghah (morsel of flesh) for a like period, then there is sent to him the angel who blows his soul into him and who is commanded with four matters: to write down his rizq (sustenance), his life span, his actions, and whether he will be happy or unhappy (i.e., whether or not he will enter Paradise). By the One, other than Whom there is no deity, verily one of you performs the actions of the people of Paradise until there is but an arms length between him and it, and that which has been written overtakes him, and so he acts with the actions of the people of the Hellfire and thus enters it; and verily one of you performs the actions of the people of the Hellfire, until there is but an arms length between him and it, and that which has been written overtakes him and so he acts with the actions of the people of Paradise and thus he enters it.
[Bukhari & Muslim]

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