Reflections from the Cave 3

Irshaad Sedick

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It should be done sometime from early on the Thursday, all the way to monitor when a Friday, that's the time slot that you have. If you don't have time for that,

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then I would advise to at least recite the first thing. And because of this special version, the prophet SAW center specifically, same thing. First thing is, we'll get the prediction from the job.

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I

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have planned to say tonight because there was so many things that came up.

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So I'll take it as it comes in sha Allah.

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The The first thing that was not supposed to be focused on as part of this course it was supposed to be like a read through and they will get to the story, the first story. But then

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in preparation for the classes I was looking at the first thing I think is, you know, the the stories, they speak about the stories which you've already given a summary of, and draw lessons from. Those stories are to be found after the first day. This is slightly introduction to the story of the sleepers of the cave. But that's a the rest of the stories are all to be found after the first 10 if not with a.

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So I was thinking, why in the emphasis of the first thing I

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so

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the lessons that would be combating the Phaeton of that job. They manifest themselves through English. So in the stories, thing, what is what is the secret within the first thing, I had to add up a little bit closer. And I also read from this book, I think it's Apple, page 35. So please do read that because it's not the basic English. It's not like an academic work or anything. But he put out some very pertinent points. So I think a balance between the realities out there and spirituality.

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And then I thought about it quite differently, which I hope will come out this evening each other data as to why the first thing I actually received us with an antidote for that job. Again, we've already looked at the stories, we've already understood how the stories presents us with an antidote, each story has a valuable lesson, that lesson goes directly against one of the major trials of culture. without suffering, we've done that, but this area contains many principles hidden within it, that you could actually look at an analyzed separately. And the you know, from these, all this, in and of itself is an antidote for the evils of that job.

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Okay, so that's what we're going to be doing tonight in Sharla.

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Then, with regards to that job, someone, my colleague, and I, we always somehow in secret, we don't plan it for people I'm doing. It's among candidates. So these three are hungry left for them. And as I launched this course, he launched some things, something related, which was the

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decoded Nightmare on Elm Street.

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Which is just to ninth thing, I think, on one hand,

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we got to use in poker at night, in an outside venue.

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And if you do, please think about that.

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And all of the realities of the job, which is exactly what that I was getting to do, at some point to the other in this course, but then I look at these places station, and I found it to be, you know, 111 very competent.

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And then I thought instead of his presentation and presenting it, I'd like to play here and having to the exact presentation, I don't think I think it will take about two weeks of the amount of time that we have such as to figure out where we are and when exactly, I'm going to stop for that.

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But it's a very good presentation, because he's he basically does exactly what I what I want everyone here to do is look through the entire spectrum of the teachings of the Prophet system, and just factually proceed what he said about that, so that we can have an understanding of it. So that's the second way then

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he

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he highlighted the beginning something that I want to highlight now that the profits also in this book as well. The profit that is that was the number one. That's the case. The

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He pulls up that job in a really scary way.

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He said

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that none of the profits before

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have warned of any great defeat, and the feeling of danger.

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And

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the prophets all along it was setting them told us to seek refuge in in Allah from the job.

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So much so that it's actually part and parcel of sada

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that it's in the preface, the beginning you can read it from page 5678

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speaks about the what I'm speaking about. Now, that's just evil.

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If we saw that if we make these a these a booster, job time, there's a few activities inside it are Mr. Job transformation. One of them is just before, that's me,

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just before you sit down when they come up with a lot I said I don't want to come up with

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many people don't know this. But that's a time in which to is very accepted, highly accepted, quickly responded to why because you're still in Florida, and you've completed data solid now. So you've, you've both done really good deeds in this folder and completed to the door.

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We most of us think or prudent to think that there's only one guy that you can basically like loan money out to bigger in

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a messy hitter job.

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So, then it is because the profits are made that to it, at least that is one of the two eyes and you make the which means it becomes sooner for us to seek refuge in Allah, from all forms of fitness, the fitness of life and fitness, the fitness of that, if we saw that, like if you say the full the full day here.

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So that's a serious a serious implication, the fact that we irisa seek refuge from that job. And underside note of that,

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you don't have to stop at that you can make as many times as you want in your slider before you invest it for us. So when I come up with a lot,

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and it would be good for you to do so. So you don't have to, you know, normally what we do,

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the masks are somewhat uncomfortable, and we immediately follow but you don't have to the mom and your connection cuts the moment he says

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you have all the right in the world to continue sitting in that yet. So as long as you wish, making deriving that position. Right? And you can ask Allah Subhana Allah for anything they are similar to as mentally You can also make to answer your own thing. And it's a good thing to do so. So that highlights some of the factors of the job and the least me to wait to wait to lead presentation of Sheikh Mohammed which I want everyone to participate in. And I probably send out a special notification so that other people who perhaps didn't find you know, attractive enough to come to this class at least get to see that that presentation.

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Now we can move on to the actual listens evening. Mine tend to ask questions, you tend to answer.

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Collectively, everyone, the structure of the song sort of opens up to the full balance about the first inverses what what what is mentioned after that

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what's the first story was the first story?

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Yes.

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Obviously it was in the case with like,

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okay, we're gonna have two

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speakers. Okay.

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So firstly, you have

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what comes next?

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Second Goodbye, chicken coop. What comes after the second book back?

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The owner of the two gardens Yes, the story of the garden is tied off to the story of the gardens.

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He often says good

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luck.

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to coordinate

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most animated story of themselves and often the story of mortality.

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Yes,

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ladies

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habitat is in talks

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to joke changes based violence.

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Yes.

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Hey.

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Yes, I

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was gonna say the foot pellets first the story of Old Colony. Yeah. jujin magnitude. And then

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the fourth, the conclusion, let's establish all of this by learning that having that in your mind. Even if you don't understand it, we can you recycle with you, you are able to follow Okay, I'm in this section. Now I'm at that section. And trust me, trying to make a difference in your relationship to the sewer, especially for someone who's good at recycling it regularly makes a big difference. And then having these compartments You can also instantly go there listen.

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Right, it's difficult as you research even for somebody who understand as you decide to instantaneously translate everything in your mind is not always easy. But to recall one concept, just the main concept for that entire section. That's profound enough. Okay. So do try and commit this to memory jogger. I'm going to ask often, the expected themes, we spoke about five themes last week, they may see soccer is a monkey saw those review before the hitter and therefore you will find four out of the five themes. So you should revise what were those themes

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sorry.

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Add on supplements.

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Yes, correct. That's one of the days of Allah and I hope you know what that is by now. Days of that via

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so long solution to hate genetic therapy. Yes, that's definitely one of it as well. predicated upon

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the failures of others for whom it is a really cool magical diva. Right? And then can we read the last one?

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The last one.

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They are after they are after? What's the one that you don't find in the marquee surahs

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remember, Lowe's II don't find discussions of the law in the early saw because the laws were detail those will reveal later. That's important.

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extended from last week I'm going to highlight one new thing here from the themes

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and that is just looking at the favors of online just the famous of all

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why is this such a big thing?

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Why does it get what is it the theme for that matter?

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Why is it so important that you can actually categorize these verses into a theme of the poor and you can say to 80% of vocal and fits into this theme why all the subjects in the world all the

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previous concepts do to highlight Why is this highlighted so much.

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Why do you think is

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excellent so that you can be thankful

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humans are not supposed to remind each other of faces it's bad land to to use other political money when either

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I'm actually going to use the Universal Credit Score. Unless you fumble and do not nullify yo SATA

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was pretty mindless and with a

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V minus i will

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say myself in July we face that

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and I agree like a solid favor.

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Then solid favor is solid from my side. Okay, but I can I can ruin it. I can nullify it. If I follow it up with reminders. Both harm What does that mean? I go to a month later said Jamaica Luna just asked me I need you to go off to my daughter and now I have to go out and it is like a call to action and everything on

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last month. You know when you enter issue and I assisted you in our Amina thing icon up here that magnifies the circle. This is the Quranic verse, as a plain example. Of course, a more direct example would be deleted.

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Get you 50,000 you know, to sponsor you to go in high job role, whatever the case may be. Now, I need you to go into this. Okay? The other thing is home. Home is where I actually used what I did for him

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and then home day bye.

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How do they buy?

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I can go down and tell people you know,

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you know that time with you, it's a hunch, he didn't pay for it at all.

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All I can tell you mediated by other ways, but any form of utilizing what I, what I did for him, can be nullified by causing him on through it.

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So we are not supposed to remind each other of favors or cause a lot of behavior with either or even keeps us certain circumstances in which, reminding of favors is good for the one most good found his favors by Allah.

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We are

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one of the agreed upon and rude latest etymology of the word Insan. One of them because it's differences nasty I used to forget. So we are forgetful by nature, that we are forgetful, the things we forget the most are the most important things. The existence of Allah, the nature of this life, the eternal nature of the year after the in the worthlessness of material things. It's a this is like the most primary things, but we forget about getting the easiest. So Allah has to remind us they have which is why you sit down the physical,

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which is what the Quran primarily is located.

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in the minds of these things, we supposed to read it often to be minded in the Quran. He reminds us of the phases of Allah

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in the solar system.

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By the dawn this reminder of Alaska Hello Dinah's cashew tomahto ha, because they don't believe that the lat the rent pays out our ability to start the day, awaking hours, we can see we're going to be productive. I'm going to dominating Trump's our bodies rejuvenating, we can go on and on and on. While he has such a malware jacket, Oh, come on man color.

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No one except for your ticker. buka. Tada, we get categorized a lot of that in the Favorites among the next one, and then national

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TV not left your burden from you, you know, take away your difficulty, or

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take away a difficulty and let the uncle the law, which is breaking your back to make things easy for you, again.

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And you can make it too harsh man for me a little bit romantically. All of those are young, and so on our way to remind us of our statements that he did for us. What does that do?

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How do you feel about your periods? And you think of, especially in the past 190 percent of people nice, favorably very favorably think it was

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the case with food to clothing on our back gave a shelter education, isn't it as much immunity. The first thing is account online. And because of that we love them.

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And we feel like we are eternally indebted to them.

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and rightfully so. So imagine in a fortiori on the masculine disco with Allah subhanaw taala. So we need that. And the reason I bring up all of this is

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this theme is I had that the first word of soccer.

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And

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that the answer, or the key tab on the agenda, who are your agenda?

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And it's highlighted in such a way

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that I thought why not? What is this? verse three? Yeah.

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What is this verse teaching us in this important thing versus as an antidote to that? And I like the way the author of the book,

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you know, promoted out saying that in, it's going to be the most miserable of times before that outcomes. Things are going to be at the worst, you know, lawlessness that you can imagine an entity time. You're the one thing that people are going to be trying to decide, or they are going to be exciting the most is these databases. And the first thing is 100 either

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So,

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you know, to look through all the adversity to look through all the darkness, and to still see the light. Right, that's the one thing that stood out, and our ultimate favor, in times of darkness in times of lawlessness in terms of model decay, it's the one flavor. That times all other flavors that we should be the most grateful for is that we have guidance.

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And that I believe that

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all places do due to the one who saved down upon the service behind the toll lights in the book

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is going to wear out you have the book, looking for solutions, you have the book, looking for a way away away from materialism, you have the book, you find, in a society seeking crime is seeking a living is no secret, you have the book, you will find solutions in a way they pay on a personal scale. for you as an individual, looking for answers for yourself on a macro scale, whether it be governmental, or just float that right around the whole, you will have the solutions. You just need to get back to that book

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that really just stood out for me the ultimate favorable was for HANA data 111 that the answer and I believe in kidapawan me agenda or anyway.

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So never give up the speed. Because you have guidance, you have the answers. You obviously did a certain study. And then other responded that you can get that we'll have a Murphy who then came with a looking for the guidance. Yes, the guidance, right. Unfortunately, I was just talking to a friend of mine the other day, unfortunately, we, we we like to talk to talk. But we're afraid to go for a walk. So we will say things as good as mine constitution.

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But how often that you find ourselves in a situation where we're presented with knowledge, that this is the guidance of the plan. But we still find ourselves being different in a different direction. We should not speak it. Look what is our constitution means nothing. It's lip service, which

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we should really plan to live with in Charlotte.

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Okay, some more questions before we proceed. Reasons for revelation. What was the the framework? Why did this song Come down? The man who came?

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Who asked what

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the rabbi's did they asked whether

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Foundation was the Astra basmati those that have had.

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Questions? Yes. What are those questions?

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Ladies, you watching.

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In fact, the people of the game that is one of those

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little roof is another there's a third

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type.

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And then

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the circumstances are such that profits associate I will tell you tomorrow. And he even said insha Allah, and then it took long to come. The vhda came in right at the end of the surah. Allah reminds us that very important lesson, they and I really hope that I made my point last week that it's not just about saving each other does not just about like, Okay, I'm gonna go.

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I'm going to go take out

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a book from the library tomorrow chocolate, it's not just the words. It is the it's the principle that I am not in control. There is nothing can happen, except for a lot of goals that I've lived by that. That's what makes it so important. It's not just the words again, words are important, but it must go with the feelings and the meanings that Another example is in an interview. Are you married and Roger or what does it mean? What is this for us? Or for us? To many people? It's something you say when someone dies?

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But that's not what it is.

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At least that's not all it is. But what happens is overshooting the arena to progress

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but she saw the elderly the era sama to see better.

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clarify this to those who have suffered when calamity strikes.

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They say this line. So what do you think I'm going to say now? Anything that you notice these two, but not just that either. It's not that they just say the words

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it's not like a Poochie you know something I say the coochie even is fine. It's actually a feeling

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but in order to get it

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feeling yourself instead of the meeting, when you say the words and everything will just starting to gel, it has a profound meaning in indeed we leave that we belong to one even that And indeed We he, to him raggio we are returning not even more money than we already can any.

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If you say that we make the fuck around and you, you will reflect and see that it's actually as a statement of submission. I'm a nothing I'm property, I belong to Allah. And I'm giving back to our enemies. So why body? Why is this?

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I need to realize,

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you know, I was looking at some calamity before me. It's okay. It's okay. look intimidating to me, because I belong to anything. And I'm going back to a life issue. You know, I'm on the way back to online events. So it's okay. Select just things completely differently.

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Now, we lose that essence, when we turn it into a WhatsApp sticker.

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That you post winning winning decision as an actress, we lose the company, not saying it's wrong, but that's not the purpose of the statement. It's not easy to ask. And these things are not easy for us to say to others. It's between us and Allah. If your name tells me now, you know, I've got very bad reviews and say to myself, without even saying, I mean,

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it's for me, and Allah, it's not for me and the rest of the whatsapp group to see. It's not like a manner of being polite. You told me these agendas, and then I post

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it up. That's not the point the model is really understanding.

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So the the insha Allah thing is the same. When somebody says

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insha Allah, it's for them, it's for that person and Allah.

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We've made it kind of equal. So you say in the main stage that you need to say these things, I mean, insha, Allah, Masha Allah say to each other, but it's actually between us and Allah. Again, I'm not saying it's wrong. Just to put it into perspective, it's to submit that nothing can happen except with the permission of Allah subhana wa, Tada.

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Let's look at some of the of the values that we can find in this pentacle.

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This amazing entity that john Abraham is Russia.

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So we've dealt with the first verse 111, and the ends that are that are getting hit kita. Well, me and john, who were sorry, Columbia, john doe,

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Oprah says due to our voice came down to 27, as Muhammad talks in the book, and it's not making any difference.

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If you remember the context of that job, when he comes the evil that we're going to be facing, and in that time, this is the first highlight

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the book, remember the book, and remember the one upon whom the book was TV

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sakalava

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perhaps once upon a time, one would have thought of that child's evils as

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lawlessness.

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Only, I think I kind of think that it's a bit different.

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a Windows PC, but it seems to me as though this is still low, but

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it's not cause low.

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It's man's law, and man's know seems to be changing drastically. I think the model cannabis is like getting 180 degrees, things that are supposed to be good or evil and things that are evil or not any good and it's becoming more and more like that.

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Not tangible sensor right now. Just think about some things that are rewarded in the not just Islam in religion, as evil are not protected by law. And some things that are regarded as good, indeed, are outlawed.

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That's that see is this comes in with all these isms, modernism, or materialism, you know, trying to change the perspectives of humanity and it's working. It's really working. You don't have to get into all of that, for everyone is intelligent enough to see that.

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Islam wants us to know that regardless of what

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may seem right and wrong, Allah is always the deciding factor unless laws are always going to be side effects.

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And not just always book. It's very important how Allah phrases, everything in the Shangri La De Anza after the heater.

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It's almost like always reminding you, your guidance is important and but those who keep up with each other

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because we also live in a time away in the Tom Deaton Stanley is an interpreter of

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rad, like my opinion, your opinion, the guy who called his opinion to the Pennsylvania

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we have to remember, especially in the context of that, that is going to be a lot of knowledge that is going to come

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back knowledge always deal. No knowledge at all, as Dean has always been, and always be recognized for its

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authenticity, for its

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for its preservation.

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How, through what we call traditionalism,

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traditionalism in the minds of young men and women, it's almost like a

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traditional, that's not what I'm talking about. Another kind of cultural

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tradition,

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the Islamic tradition of knowledge is, knowledge comes from of law.

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knowledge comes from a lot.

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Then, if you want, you could just ask specifically to get knowledge of current knowledge of Islam. It's just for now, look at just that.

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How do we

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reach the Quran? What do you think? Do you go to go to the Quran via mathematics? Science, geography, history, psychology, psychiatry, is that your first point of reference?

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Easily? No, it's not? Nothing. It's a valid points of reference, but it's not your first point of reference. Where's your first point of reference?

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The teacher,

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the first recipient of

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fame, okay, how do we get it from him? Anybody here played marbles with our schools? No. How's it access coming through so have from this habit of the students that are reading from them to the students about appearing all the way down? That tradition still continues? That's very important. There's a preservation of knowledge. Right? It's something I learned from time to time, but that's our main defense. When it comes to why do we take from a and not B, it's not, you know, take from me because I'm a more learned person. It's that from the tradition that I come from, because that tradition is preserved on the right and outside

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is a loose

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might have some very to add. We're not taking away from them. But the standard will always be what I mentioned, if it's going to go against that, right. Changing interpretations of melodies no five slot as in today is going to be pleased to do

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why do you Why do you think your opponent doesn't mention such as gratiae? inventions Sala at sunrise or at sunset and sunrise? Will they take it literally three times a day?

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Because it doesn't make any sense or affect the Haman sada so I'll hand it off here. And as he doesn't mention to Jude, you know, like, it must be done like this doesn't mention this. Who is that? As I mentioned at the here, so you read this, I'll just leave all of the above. Because I also interact with the vocal Anna gems then that's the problem when you when you don't follow this through. So already in mind, that's when you should be taking your knowledge from Natacha by human human robot essentially, that means that when you brush up on me, Nina Nina Luna saw they had the anila home agenda.

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It is state, it is state of paralysis state.

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I can't even explain how beautiful it is that Allah just uses this one word. This word is a subject without the predicate, the predicate is hidden by the man.

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There's something missing which is why it's key man did not kill you.

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But because it's enough to just say strength.

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The little devil, you know, going this way going that way. This is a this is the ultimate truth that all truths will come back to this truth.

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The Union zero back essentially I'm sorry, that's important because

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There could be a time people are going to be like one of these is the reality, what is the truth, don't want me to enter into any other

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loop, you know back essentially there. And this straight truth is the to warn of severe punishment, memento from him from Allah,

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when you must show new meaning and to give glad tidings to the believers, and in the arena, my goodness, all those believers will do righteous deeds, and another agilon has an app that they will have.

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So simple. This book is strike as wanting you to write, and it's giving you bad tidings if you do like a simple message that

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contains looking at anytime you see a sweetener with people.

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What, what is the value of going through MSG? Why would you recycle? And why would you be making Zika? Why would you be making Sala it's getting to be listed as ridiculous as backwards. You know, why would you be getting married in that way? Why are you staying away from Reba have been living in the 21st century? And come on? You know, you don't have insurance and this ties in what's wrong with you see, I was becoming more and more open that now. You see, it wasn't the fact that once upon a time in the day often people will get in don't shake hands they extremist MOSFETs Wow. You know,

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so super high level.

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In the time of darkness, you need that strong, simple reminder that that you are doing it it just eats you alive. And in those who are not doing it. I just think they are wrong. They will be facing a punishment, you will receive a reward. It's reminding us of the year after is cryptology. That theme is being highlighted here

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that that theme is so important because that theme is what puts life into perspective.

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The hadith of Judaism, when it comes in, he asks three questions. What is Islam? What is the man of disaster?

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Did he only ask the questions?

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What else what else? Have

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you asked him Akiyama.

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Most people overlook that they've just focus on the theme, which is almost like that, just by the way. wasn't

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all of the questions were important. But the matter of the of the is just as important. Because maybe you believe maybe you have good deeds.

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In Canada,

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you will not be motivated to follow through, if there's no consequence.

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If you forget that you're going to die. And that is going to give you permission to be you will you lose it, you might follow up with your mommy and daddy, Father, your children, if you are motivated, because you want to be successful in in the next life, that's what's gonna motivate you. So this is really important. Right?

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So makishima Fie

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will be made the forever

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once this IP, the eternal nature of the next life. And in contrast, what does it also highlight that I would say, Hey,

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hey,

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this versus pending as the nature of his eternal? What do we also implicitly understand from them, and are reminded of them that this life is temporary?

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Right? It's not safe, but we can it's implied. Because in that time, that generals ultimate weapon in this world is to promise people everything they want in this world. Right? And you're always reminding you don't forget, as always take a look at the next roll this way.

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Okay, well, you wouldn't be running it in a corner.

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And to warn those who say that a lot is they can assign

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this concept is called the Google juice bar that particular horse, or Molly told us that the Paradis guidance, its guidance is by giving you bread guidance up to good warning you if it's too bad, that covers everything yes or no.

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But really, and in addition to that, it's also ready to go those who say that Allah has become a son.

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Now, I think for the first time after reading this for many, many years, or many, many times, this actually made sense to me why this was here

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because it looks out of place.

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You know, like he risk taking a son and we took him on. Jana, Jana, all of a sudden Christians, that makes so much sense why it's here.

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That Joe will be following the same pattern that Allah shows us with a plan of people revealing.

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And they increasingly reference to the point where they make a shake.

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And they increasingly shake until they say that that sheep, that partner that sharing is allowed

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it to happen to me, and happening to Christians as well.

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Right? Jesus restaurant was started out as a prophet, Savior, Son of God, populated entity.

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if you will to pick the brains of Christian scholars, you would find that many of them actually don't know what the position of luxury salaries easy call is a part of the fidelity. Don't talk about the general public among Christians, and no clue. Most of them have no clue. Then we admit to you as the Son of God, yes, his positivity. Yes, he's got all of the above galaxies today, some of the other. But why this makes sense to be here is because this is one thing as

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all the Christians are waiting for.

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They're waiting for the return of Jesus

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said we're going to follow that job even with ease that returning Messiah. That's what we love from our records, at least,

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not just in

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who are the Jews waiting for?

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The Messiah

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following that, because they're waiting for the Promised Messiah.

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Will the Muslims waiting for

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me sir.

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And we know from the warnings of the prophets of their immediate whose faith are going to fulfill him, knowing that he's an imposter, see, those vapors can fire off an easy hate, they will still follow Him, follow him believing that they're justified in doing so because he's the Messiah. So I always bring this concept of the Messiah Be careful, because they said that Allah has taken a son, that to Messiah will they will they

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will they will make them right. So it just made sense. Now why this verse is here, because the part of that child to be calling himself Allah is the same boss and others will fall back before.

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manner maybe he may not even want him they have no knowledge of this, nor did they forefathers, capital and carry metal. For him an evil, evil evil would that evidence on the mountains eat up all northern Canada, they say not but lives they speak not of life.

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They have no knowledge of it, meaning this is no evidence that they ever had a position that proves this up until this day.

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Nothing from the Old Testament or the New Testament, beyond a shadow of a doubt, can

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ratify

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that Jesus is God.

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Nothing of Jesus's words and of God's will. That is a long story. I'm sure everybody's familiar with the research of people like

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that kidnapped and so on. So

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the claim of divinity is a man made play. Right? The Councilman I see. They came up with this philosophy of by themselves with reality and movies go, who is Jesus? What's the nature of Jesus?

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So I don't really get into that. But unless they have no knowledge of this, the forefathers had no knowledge of this. So in this verse of logical supporting, ask them don't just make claims or follow claims, if it can't be proven. If it can't be proven, don't just follow people before you will follow it has to be proven.

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Because what they are saying is a major settlement now only but why

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for the unlock capacity on Neff saccharina, as a level up has become unstoppable. Before this was and I know I've given it much more attention to this to these first inverses than I initially

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thought from this but as I say, if this is if the invoices that are the cancel the antidote against that jar, then surely they deserve more attention interest.

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You brush over.

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The last thing

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I should mention is now a nice thing

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to study. The last thing that I wanted to say was, be careful of,

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of ignorance. Firstly, if you want to do

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we living in a time when no one can afford to be ignorant,

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nobody can afford to being them. Especially so about your deen can't afford to be about God anymore are excellent if you assume that you're dumb enough about your day.

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If you're sitting thinking, no, I'm not thinking about money, I know enough. That means you.

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This is way too much for me to assume that.

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Because if you are ignorant of your deen, you're not firm on it, then you're going to fall for everything. And just over the last couple years, in my short life, I've seen enough to testify that everything is influencing what type of the new one update for you, they will make your differences, you will find it and they will fulfill it. Because that's what you're looking for. That's what you like. And it won't be the truth, it's going to be devious, it's going to be medallions.

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And you also need to be careful of ignorance and equip yourself with knowledge of the always because you will then fall for things that you assume to be great. Like early on, I spoke about tradition. I said specifically not culture, not talking about culture. We have a strong culture in Cape Town, and we have people who are willing to die for the culture, that's okay. To

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die for it. That's okay. But a lot of the culture

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is not so good. But most people are not willing to accept that. Why? Simply because we were brought up like this. We used to this, if he was doing this, we can't change this, what's the people can say? Things like that. But if you really to analyze that type of thinking, how far back do you go? Because the culture that we have now is not the culture. Yes.

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So if you're talking about, you know, like

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the older people in

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the industry and stuff. And if you want to go further than that, they didn't do it. After

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400 years ago, when they weren't in Cape Town, in their own land.

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And we save 100 years ago, in the olden days before particular practice was established to allow for bacteria to

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speak about our culture, our heritage bank, who's a teacher came in, in Cape Malay, Indian,

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calculate ROI.

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So you have to be careful of ignorance, because ignorance will cause you to not be able to distinguish the two. You don't have to divorce yourself from culture, but you must be able to see what is culture. And what is Dean, it's a critically important distinction to make. So that you don't confuse the two.

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I'm, I consider myself to be a cultural, cultural person. I love culture, I think it's important. But to a degree, I don't mean a this is this is when it comes to changes on the back end. That's what we all need to be need to be wise enough. And I think the worst thing that prevents us from doing that either is protect us from as always, they will always encourage ourselves with knowledge through knowledge, were always access to knowledge of the tradition, and by that religion also be preserved for us to access. And that was behind whatever guidance to old times 1000s of relations, that we actually have to really think about it the power to keep away

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actually as a power. Sounds strange, but we have the power. For example, knowledge will disappear. The first sign is to disappear, of Islamic knowledge is the science of inheritance. So there is long as is for people who knows that science, they will know it's not to me and so keep learning haters. Keep em away.

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Like how many of you put

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your passion into either?

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Quickly Any questions?

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Yes.

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Why is it