Irshaad Sedick – The Fiqh of Dhikr 01

Irshaad Sedick
AI: Summary © The upcoming recitation session for a healthcare course will cover topics like the god's will, the importance of the Prophet's teachings, and the use of words like "will" and "will" to motivate people to adopt spirituality. The recitation is a daily practice and is motivated by the desire to get everyone to join, as it is a source of protecting from punishment and the third day of absorption is crucial for practicing the spirituality of Islam. The importance of maintaining the meaning of the internet and the importance of the Sun airline's statement "hasn't been" is also emphasized. The recitation is broken into three segments, with some topics being discussed in a different form, and the importance of the culture and the use of words "hasn't been" is emphasized.
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haven't become a welcome each and every one to this.

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I'm going to call it the course but it's not the course. The purpose of this keep together is more than a course we have a very big Nia for this session or for all of these sessions in sha Allah and Nia is much greater than ourselves. Our near Uncle Rabbit don't get comfortable at the bank they come in for the

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front row. Miss Jane

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can bring your chambers in

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our near as much greater than ourselves. And Leah for this particular course in session or is going to be with Allah Subhana Allah not only repeat our hearts for Ramadan and prepare ourselves for Ramadan, but that through our upcoming year and gathering year that Allah bring our uma back to the house of Allah, our entire and I'm saying this with a heavy heart because the reality is, while we are all sitting here they are among our community members among algebra. Those who had not seen the inside of a masjid for the last two years still have seen inside of a mall, perhaps even the inside of cinema, but I haven't seen the inside of MSG 100 in the pandemic seems to be coming to an end, we

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pray with Allah subhanho wa Taala make that a reality. But the houses of Allah still worrisome right still empty. So throughout coming here, that is what we hope to achieve, Inshallah, this course so this, the sessions are going to be structured in a three part way. The first part is going to be recitation of some healthcare. And for that I need all of you to participate.

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It's everything that you already know, insha Allah, and especially as an uncle to drain so that he can lead us in those solicitations

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along with the recitation so I can give you the full picture every week. Just part of it was selections of it. So for tonight, for example, we're going to commence with the beginning of the for work, right? We're going to be looking at what we call the four vague, that's Afrikaans for those watching from overseas. It means the introductory Amal introductory, introductory vicar because it comes as a prelude to the main part of the Likud actually, which is generally speaking here locally, it is going to be the article had that the wrath of Imam Al Haddad, but we'll explain all of this in shallow data. Of course, this is this is selected because of our own context. And this is what our

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community members are familiar with.

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But the verses and the ayat and the be a hadith and the Africa, they are very general, you'll find them in almost every litany of the care that you can come across. So that said,

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we will explain the meanings of what we recite it and also the virtues attached to what we recite in sha Allah Allah. So we have covered in this Masjid before we've covered Surah Yaseen, if coming to our MOOC, we have not covered as far as I know the three goals as recitation, the Fatiha the beginning and ending of Bukhara AYATUL, kursi, Salawat, daleel, various other forms of afcad.

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now, yeah, that basically covers it. That's the entire gathering of the care that we know about why we're doing this. I've mentioned our own personal Nia but beyond that, we want to connect ourselves and our practice with the prophets of Allah Valley wisdoms teaching these the various approaches to this in the past. For some people, the the idea of connecting our practice of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasalam teaching is to eliminate the practice entirely, but that would be throwing out the baby with the bathwater.

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It's a good practice, even if you have to adjust certain things to make it completely in accordance with these teachings. So the love it was seldom, that doesn't mean you in the practice of goodness, because you're not going to replace it with anything better. Right? So it's connecting to the

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Hello, my name is cinemas teachings, it's in order to have a deeper appreciation of what we are reciting. Sometimes I sit in a beaker and we decide to sit in puji and it touches me so much. It, you know, kind of moves on to tears because of the, the intense meaning attached to it. And then I feel somewhat disappointed that perhaps others in the gathering don't quite have that same experience because they don't, they're not connecting with the meaning, right? And you don't necessarily need to study Arabic to know the meaning of a couple of lines will decay. And that is another

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one of our objectives or motivation. Another motivation for why we are doing this before they can rock people had died in the fit of decades. Because most of us, judging by the age of the audience, we've already memorized these things. If already committed these things to memory, are just by show of hands how many of us memorize Surah Yaseen, because of sitting in decayed gatherings in our lives as youngsters?

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Practically everyone, but now ask your children the same question or ask your grandchildren the same question. They don't, they don't have those opportunities. We also want to motivate that you adopt the F car that you've already memorized as a will. A will means a daily a daily listening a daily literally, what do I mean by listening? Listen is basically a

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accouter quota, a daily quota of some dictated that you recite like in every effort of Islamic spirituality daily our rod which is the plural of the word we read daily, literally is is part and parcel of spirituality.

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We've got this and we added super regularly in the past it was on a Thursday night and on a Sunday morning. But now we believe we believe we see it and the virtue that reciting the kid has on the heart

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is only really felt and attained we need to stand

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what understanding regularly regularly Tina how the article handed is recited in places such as Yemen for example way this actually originated from Mr. Wilhite that will speak about probably he resided in Yemen Hadramaut so he composed this list and he didn't write the vicar his people make this mistake.

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If we if we look at what we recite in our vicar gatherings, it is ayat of Quran and it is similar to ours of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There are some

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some of the lines which are not from Quran nor are they from the Sunnah, the meanings are still good and it is composed out by his predecessors. So there's nothing wrong with reciting that. But the point being he didn't write it for him. He simply composed like when when somebody writes a book of Hadith, we don't say Imam Bukhari wrote sahih al Bukhari, we say he compiled sahih al Bukhari because he didn't write any of the words in it. He's just compiling the words of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So it's not that we you know, taking him out we'll have that is the only No it's the Prophet SAW SLM is is the one to whom we have our allegiance. Another motivation is that

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this is leading us into the month of Ramadan and we want to prepare for Ramadan. And the way to prepare for Ramadan is not just obeying the law wearing clothes early and shopping. Preparing for Ramadan means getting your heart, your soul, your mind, your body, your family, everyone needs to be in line to know Rukia it's time to get a bit serious now because we are approaching the month of Allah Subhana Allah Ramadan. We are doing this because we are hungry for taqwa, we are tired, you all came here because you tired of the same to the same story for the last two years COVID COVID restriction COVID And this is a COVID we losing our minds because of COVID and we can see that our

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communities have been impacted, our families have been have been impacted and our souls have been impacted. So this simple, this simple series of get togethers

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is motivated by the fact that we are hungry for Taqwa. Our hearts are hungry for Taqwa.

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And then lastly I think or other Now, second last fall boy inspires fall boy in inspires what is four by four Boyle is the plural of the word for the lab for vieles. Not just the auntie that lives down the road for the ILA means a virtue, a virtue. So the reward of something if I say to someone, listen, Becerra, so I asked him if he did finish. Now in the past, that was enough. You tell that person

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betcha Surya CTV day. They have batura seen every day. Okay? People are more informed I would say these days knowledge is more available and there's a lot of misconceptions also. So somebody would like to know but now for computicket pecha? Why should I recite what is in every day, maybe if you explain that reciting for example, or mold every night before you go to bed or anytime at night, it is a source of protecting you from the punishment of the grave. And then you tell the person what the punishment of the grave is like, and then what happens, they will be motivated to decide for almost every night, and the same thing with any portion of the Afghan it is the for a specific

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purpose. Now, this is what amazed me and I want you to remember this, what

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uncle Fatima is going to be leading us in the recitation of in a moment is called the full Hague. So when I started studying now, this is the phases you go through and you study formally. You start out, you have your understanding of what deenis Then you come to learn a little bit, they decline which you probably studying for three months, or six months nurturing all vuma Now you want to change the world in the entire vicar and everything that it consists of is a, b, c, now you want to throw that out completely. And then you study and study and study and study and study a whole lot more you come to look back on that and realize but hold on.

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This is composed with a lot of wisdom. Why is it that we start with the Salawat? And then you have the DA the intention, right?

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Let's say Alice's thought now. He led this is why I haven't go back to me oh, by the way, the liquidity fund in the region if the subject as an expert, and I'm not the expert in this, why would you start to say an Fatiha Illa

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rule Ruhi o ROV gemmy I'm waiting to see you started you near me making this for the for the soul on behalf of the soul of so and so may Allah reward that person forgive that person? And then you start why is it that you have a very session of the three pools right at the beginning and in fact they are so follow in inspires, and let's not get ahead of ourselves. Then another reason for doing this is sometimes when you the reason why students will learn kind of pull away from gatherings of weekend and so forth in certain circumstances is because they see a lot of mistakes. Right? And that's almost enough to the IRS when you know how the right thing is. And then you see it's like

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somebody coming in and saying hey people three to

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leave the person What are you doing? Why because the proper words of Happy Birthday, just a small weird example. You know, it's I mean, the person goes fault so they say the wrong words, then you will you know, you're not comfortable with it. Just from a perspective of of your psyche you just not comfortable. So in somebody by chest, the poor and Qalam of Allah you said the bad teacher having to rectify every half you had to pull two pools for pool six pools, and now they just changed the only hula Nila

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you know, so, if we can do that to the Kurama Allah. So there are certain things that must be rectified. But just because the certain things need to be rectified, or beliefs, for example, in how many times a year I get asked vanners, the SIVA Hana? I said, for memory after memory, you know?

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It's a weird question for me, because there's no basis for the question. Right? But I don't hold anyone who makes the above mentioned mistakes accountable whatsoever. Because it's simply a lack of education as mythical

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people my fault, I'm the one who's supposed to teach Dean, my colleagues Mike who is supposed to come in and rectify this mistake, hungry lads very nice to see that those mistakes are being rectified in many Germanna right Coface me runs one of that I mean, you can obviously ask him about it perhaps later on in the in the course. But they meet regularly and they've been working just on fixing common mistakes. This is not the group you know, with an older man should is my alarm also has his own gym and they they also have been working on it. And lo and behold, while maintaining the Lego days Bible angry

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Why is the language important? We'll speak about that as well. So rectifying It is then usually it is recited on special occasions, or for specific need. Needed Arabic is hija. Son familia. Hi hygiene hygiene means need so it's decided for a specific need or hadn't any Hijjah do what do they say? We're going to a gathering of vicar but it's done specific resistance.

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Need Why do you have a vehicle at your house because you just moved in, or because it's somebody's birthday or because it's an anniversary or the child was just born, or somebody is getting married, right? So you have a Hijjah returning to Allah Subhana Allah and you you're offering what Vedic, Amal, you're offering our morale, good deeds, and the military for the good deeds, you hope that Allah grant you, your heart's desire.

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But, however, the institutionalization of a specific at a specific time with the belief that it should be or it must be like that, that is problematic. Okay? This is when you enter into that three way data three B di territory, if we make it such that we include into Dean that which Allah did not include, or what the prophets or son did not include, is the difference between what I'm saying and saying that when you do that, which the Prophet says and didn't do, that's not the problem.

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When you do that, which is the hammer didn't do. That's not the problem, according to the majority of our lemma of the format that he there are so many instances in the sooner we Sahaba did what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam didn't teach them to do. We're not here to give with a sin on that. But there's a plethora of instances right.

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One of it that we know about from the from the very get go something that was done that the prophets and didn't do, we do it every Ramadan. What is it?

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tarawih in Jannah, 20 Roccat

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that wasn't that like that. Okay, but nonetheless, so

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the idea that something must be on the third, they must be on the seventh day with Asuna to do it, like it's a problematic belief, because it doesn't come from Allah and he's Rasul Sasa, but does that mean you must not do it at all, just leave it out. Because it's now doesn't mean that either it's going extreme on both ends of the spectrum.

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Do it make the cul de sac plan resets Allah give food, give charity, whatever you want in the name of the deceased, but don't become fanatical about details of the days even day that the prophets is and they become fanatical up to vote on the first day, second day, third day fourth, if this exists, even there every day, right? Another example is like reciting three year scenes on Miss Fisher urban which is also coming up. That practice is not so not it is not in the Quran. It is not in Hadith. It's a tradition, it's a culture. And as long as you see it that way, be reciting surah is in three, seven 100 and 1000 times isn't the problem. But the moment you say no, no, you must. Now it's a

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problem. Because we're using must, right? Who are we to make low we don't make low, we just determine what the law of Allah subhana wa Taala is, so it's very, very important to draw those distinctions.

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Now, so now let's commence inshallah Tada.

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We spoke about some definitions. So let's look at the definitions.

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We said work means work, which is Afrikaans word for AMA, right. And in light of our culture, what we are essentially referring to is decayed.

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It consists of recitation of certain verses in Isaiah of the Quran, which holds special virtue and value. Remember, I said the way it was compiled? The most powerful AI yet of the Quran that the prophets isn't described as the most powerful is because of all the virtues attached to it is incorporated into it. Right. And then specific, do as of the prophets of Allah where it was very, very, very powerful to us. Right.

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One example Bismillah hymnody, Leia, Tomas, Misha, fill up the FE semi was semi when I leave, because it's unfamiliar.

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Maybe if I don't like this Bismil

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yo, Ro my eyes me Shavon fill out the Wi

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Fi Surma.

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So it has a very powerful meaning. And it has a very powerful virtue that the Prophet saw some describe to us. It is prediction from everything, right? Recite the three times in the morning three times in the evening better. The hadith says it's part of the Likud and we can give you many many examples of that. But that's why we are here. It consists of salawat and it consists of daleel right Salawat Allahumma salli ala Sayyidina Muhammad in whichever of the four mentaly reciting of la ilaha in the world. You do a scar you do daily lentilles because we all are in need of Allah Subhana Allah

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Sometimes we can have a special ama because you have a special need. In my late teacher Rahim Allah Allah was in the hospital incubated for COVID.

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Then we did something that we heard scholars do bandied, which is to gather and recite the entire Safi hug body. From Kava Kava Mikata. MOV, it's all the students will sit in at the bottom and they appeal to Allah Subhana Allah Allah through this, if it allows, please grant this door, right? That's exactly the same thing, but just to the different deed. Okay. So many of us don't have needs in our lives. Right.

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And of all sorts, but the concept that our grandfathers and our great grandfather's had was, you need turn to Allah. Every gathering, there was a need for every special occasion there was the ticket for it, not just the, the karaoke and the off the body and the vicar film because they have a need follows behind it with that. Okay.

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We move on. I see 55 people simultaneously watching with us online, yellow, supposedly mass eateries.

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what is erotic erotic is from the word Tara Thebe. Right meaning odor was system or something that usually refers to vicar. That's not that it that's a different story. This is a raw the raw the raw table had dead. Rotting is the is the composition or compilation of Alhaj dead that is a mammal had to live in a living. Al had dead. He was a very pious servant of Allah subhanho wa Taala and part of the bar either we thought he got right. And they they stem from Hydra mold in Yemen.

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They have a very active group locally with my colleague and teacher Milan Brockman Khan being

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in for intents and purposes, the leader of the 30 Eukarya locally, but the scholars and the teachings

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stems for throny mammal had that right so much of our spiritual practices locally in the cape is connected to that particular theory. For example, what we do and Miss Fisher ban the whole reading of Surah Yasin three times you want to know where that comes from, it comes from the as well, right? At least they laid a lot of emphasis on it still. I know the lay chick, Siraj Hendricks he's Master's dissertation was on the the summer and spiritual spiritual practices of the cape and tracing all of that

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wasn't published but I think it's in the process of being published. So do so do take note of that. And the default in my new audience is that the magic was still locked earlier on

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people were mashallah we do invite all of you to the machine. And then lastly,

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raw table hacker you know what the moment had dad's nickname was? Who knows?

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Please somebody know, it's mentioned in the article had that in the in the eyes

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just take a guess.

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call to action type coutume was a title given to the to the most pious you know people right? And that was his nicknames handle the pillar of guidance, the pillar of guidance so nice in the exam Mashallah. A compilation of healthcare in this specific old days by the scholar the article had not the full date now, here's the thing a couple of years ago in fact, I think I was still studying at the time so one of the scholars who held the remote was here who was one of the first actually come here and then after them after him many came. Habib Calvin haffi the old either and then we took him to a radical habitat in park within a set day and we sat through the whole thing now remember, this

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is the tradition we basically inherited it from them so they the hustle right there's no like, like icy aslani there either. So we basically the Bombay version, if you can call it that. So he sent in the the old gift, and I mean, he liked the fact that it was alive in you know, people reciting it so this first comment was It was long, but we did enjoy that because the way they recite it is not with with overlap is that we have it's it's just elicitation like for example, you read Bismillah Hilary Daya. The Romans mission for DLF is a man who was semi planning three times as opposed to the Lago, which takes like, maybe five minutes to decide that Oh, Lego, okay. So I'm not saying this so that

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it's just a matter of, if you take it as a daily

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We'll the daily recitation. It won't take you as long as it does when you go to that and that is how you should do it. Very excited. I think if the night off the majority

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imagined you get your family together. So you do your mug read you read you you do as in whatever the case may be, and you just sit and you spend another five minutes and then you finish things not five minutes, but only 10 minutes and you finish the entire article had that and you get all the virtues of all the veto as you decide to do. Okay.

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I think that is enough. Let me just see.

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Yeah, I think that is enough for this evening, inshallah Allah

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will end up on the rules, the ground rules, but this is actually going to take a long time to discuss.

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Can I mention it? Yeah, you're my ground rules for us to improve. Check your intention. Don't do it. For the Buddha for the Bearcat. Because your friends are they are because you go for the nice sounds, the first voices in the tennis replay, those things are all extra, added extra. US me. So the embellishments you're near must be, I'm going to make vicar me to remember Allah subhanaw taala. And this will show in your physical state. If you're there for the sake of Allah for sincerity for your heart to be rejuvenated. You're not going to chill like this. In in the gathering, right? You're going to have either you're not going to be talking on your playing with your phone or

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chatting with the other person or making a joke in between laughing and you know, it's like a serious fee. It's a bad. So you check your intention that will seriously improve the way we make Africa that we overlap in Quran recitation only. Why? Because Quran recitation is not it's not play play. It's the words of Allah. There's only one right way to recite the Quran. And that's the proper way. Different variations of the proper way. Yes, but the only right way is the proper way you can't recite Quran just how you went to UConn pool where you went to UConn press we went to UConn short you know, you want to mispronounce where you went with Canavalia Gibreel. And he said to Sam

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transmitted to the prophets Assam, transmitted to the Sahaba and on and on and on. So you can you can as fast me mashallah and others have managed to do

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combined with you, when you maintain the property visitation, and incorporate it into the logo. So it's slightly different to what you're accustomed to. But nonetheless, it's the but allow go while maintaining the word form meaning in non Quran in other words everywhere else, go crazy with the logo, but just don't change the meaning maintaining the word for because if you change,

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feed quality to fee can be then you go from in my heart to in my dog. That's a big difference. Understand?

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He said, If you say and shall soon and the role are you saying? Oh Prophet, you are the son, you are the moon. But what do people normally start with the hour?

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Right. Now what do you think? Now to be live saying Allah is the sun in the moon? Big difference shield difference? Okay, so the rockwool man, I get your row. If you say Whoa,

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it's a very different meaning compete if you say, and the fee is actually the correct one. Because you say your Abouna here are better.

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the woman I catty we're

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using all the new changes meaning entirely, I can't get into all the details of everything. But that's the point just maintain the meaning then when it's non Quran, maintain priorities, avoiding haram and observing that which is formed must come first. Now, you going to be sitting in a hat that made your mark if I gently you know, got around, I shouldn't say like that. But you shouldn't emphasize the importance of the hat dad. If you didn't emphasize the importance of budget. US me get your priorities straight. First comes first things first and Allah decides what comes first.

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He has an example of this practical one. We can't emphasize the importance of our article had that Thursday night. For example, if we don't equally emphasize the importance of Surah

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which is from the Sunnah of the Prophet says. That's what I mean they by know who and what is authoritative? This is a big deal. Listen carefully. Let's say you're in this class or from another scholar. That sounds good.

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version of your practice that you usually do in your culture is incorrect edit needs to change. Don't be the person who says Starfield Ma Ma, also always in our day to huddle

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because that is a very bad argument to make. Right? This is what the khoresh used to say. The reason why we doing sherek for exam is because our forefathers did this. It's something to consider because it's our it's the culture we need to really see is really a problem. If the Quran and the Sunnah or the scholars have stated that this is the right way and you still go and you say no we're doing the other way because we found people doing it like that. It's a very weak argument to make. So know who is authoritative and know what is authoritative. How are you going to decide between that Okay, now we must end and you're over to Uncle family who's going to decide for the beginning inshallah some.

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Allahumma salli wa sallim ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala Sayidina Han

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Solo a us on

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a low Misaki was salam ala

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Sayidina Mohamed in Wagga

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Solo lo de us.

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Alma Sunday was Sunday Marla Sayidina Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala decided Han

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Solo he was salam ala haga Ratan Mustafa Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam why early wasabi was what he was good at what they may do Giro

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they have forgotten how to worship me Mata Muhammad in Sangha Allah Allah wa salam

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ala or Humber of Matsuura.

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Bismillah R Rahman Rahim Al hamdu lillahi rabbil aalameen around arola Rahim, Maliki ommitted he can now go do he can Stein is there not sir autostop team sir all Contadina nom de la Hoya real No Do we are a moto.

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budget it is quicker, it's naturally going to be a bit quicker than what we are accustomed to because we generally pull everything. So it's quicker but it's very important. So at this stage

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at this stage of the of the vicar general in the Quran, recitation parties, it's finished. Now you're going to go into other things are off Matobo baraka to ya command under 80 In this is not, you don't need to decide this, like Kwinana because I get into Salawat I can get into other forms of Atka

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and that's fine meaning you can do exactly the old school logo and just

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try to keep the meanings Okay, so for that you also needed the phone with the medication and that's exactly what the restaurant has been doing. They're basically been educating yourself okay, we need this must be an additional reason. It's not just therefore for decoration right? So if this later way needs to be decided otherwise the meaning is going to change. But what exactly has been really cited here?

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That is something we can have to talk about next week because we had the time now we're gonna get into the water mastery. What that means that means nothing

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back okay, so yeah, we won't be able to get into the nitty gritty but what what did we just said? Starts off with

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Salawat mo send us any idea who can tell me why do we start our a bed that especially two eyes because this is the whole thing is to do it turned into a lens application? Why do we start to find a bed that would Salawat

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You begin add into the site. That's great. Why

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is placings yes there is a very specific reason

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so that it can be accepted by Shell. Because so why

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is Dora but this is a special door because it's a guaranteed accepted door. Allah will never reject the door. When you say oh Allah Allah Lima, suddenly either Mohamed since mutations have been Mohamed Salah so there's no way that Allah is gonna reject that do I ever have a sense of impatience upon Rasul Allah says it's a guarantee like safe to do. So you start with a guarantee that you end with the guaranteed exit to Dora Insha Allah, if you think in the middle will also be accepted.

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composed with this wisdom in mind next

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Kulu ambling the burn in London, he Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem for what agilan Any activities done of importance that does not begin with the name of Allah subhana Medina Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem Rahim also understood to be the beginning of Surah Fatiha that act will be cut off from its blessings. So we recite Surah Fatiha

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and of course, we recite the NIA which is I mean Shaffir is accustomed to this generally we teach in a way to someone, you don't need to recite it. But that little line that was given to you, you recite it out loud to make your heart away the same thing here. So you make yourself conscious of the hijab. We generally do this for the, the those who passed away. So Elijah knee, I'm working Muslimeen to all Jamia to all of the M word of the deceased and Muslimeen of the Muslims, that's just one hijack. But let's say you're doing it for a different hashtag, you can say something else they in the beginning, you can say the Fuji. Right?

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Okay, and then recite the three calls, the feeling calls, these are called Alma we, that we that those things that that initiate the refuge of ALLAH, that place has placed us in the safety of Allah subhanaw taala this specific virtues about this in this specific times in this explanation never it's one of the best things that you can incorporate into your life. Let me tell you why.

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We like comprehensive things all inclusive, right? Reciting the three calls three times each in the morning and in the evening. will literally the Profit System says it will literally suffice all your needs full stop

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all your needs, Allah will suffice it for you. So that's an amazing virtually saying three times each in the morning three times each in the evening for these other times. So before going to break before sleeping in a specific way of the evening Sala decided once each, right so it started with the three pools.

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And they specifically in the in the four way recite Surah allows three times and while we that daddy which is nice and falak to decide that once each, and this is specific virtual attached to reciting Surah philos, specifically three times each as well. Right?

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They move on and then it's the Fatiha which has a plethora of virtues which will go into detail with its it basically the most important part of the Quran. And this is indicated to its name, or Makita

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Makita right. The mother of the book, the Quran is like summarized in soya, see,

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then we're going to circle back on the beginning of sort of, specifically from the vs Alif Lam, Meem, all the way through to hula, aka whole of the whole

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thing. That's the beginning of that section. Those opening verses specifically mean till that point is a specific virtue that the prophets has misspoke about that has a specific specific significance just for those verses. And then I could see and in the ending of Surah Baqarah specific verses specific virtues attached to that as well as not like somebody just went through the Quran and said okay, what can we add in here? What can we add in the Each area has a reason as a virtue attached to it. That makes the entire because what we call the forbade and extremely powerful the Africa an extremely powerful city. And if the only way you can remember that the space that you cited in Lego

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that's fine reciting Lego until you will

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compromise, solid compromise until you learn to prioritize the touch read and the and the pronunciation over the lack of until they recite the thing that it can be what you decide to your daughter, your son before beta, it can be what you decide before going to sleep must not upgrade from ash I do. And you can upgrade the

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iPhone 13 This year you can upgrade our Dino so all yours I shall do Allah Allah, Allah Allah before going to sleep, right? Add to it, don't be shy.

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My three sites are on Book Two is going to be forbid, unknowingly if you didn't know this, but she was memorizing it, practically can recite with you in your research for a walk. Now, she doesn't know what she's saying. She doesn't know why she's saying, but it's just repeated so frequently. Right? So add to it. And then after the ending of Surah Baqarah. The other two I tend to do it better is the gamma Allah in one form, which is why we make it into a format that is very powerful, as well. So we'll go through that. And, and then that basically ends the recitation part, if we just do that little bit of recitation every night in bed before we go to sleep, although you can see an

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amazing difference in our lives because can you imagine the month of Baraka is going to come into your life. And we haven't even touched on what the virtues are yet. I didn't even say except for Goodwill, I had simply three equals three times each I said spices up everything, but like that every single thing that we just decided that carries virtue and power with it, Baraka time and you'll have all of that in our lives. Every day is supposed to just be the Sahaba that you can incorporate it either for ourselves personally or ourselves as a as a family. Allah subhanaw taala those beasts are in the pay and open up to any questions I think probably have time for one but we

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always have a q&a session at the end of each class. So

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any questions?

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What I think is describing Okay, firstly, the question was sometimes in gatherings or because they they would mention the names of the shoe

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post on before right. It's even incorporated into the article had that in the go I've got these a lot of that happening the which we might get a chance to get into each other. But that is simply called tawassul that it's asking Allah BANA talking about whether this is good bad right wrong be da da da da now just explaining what it is right? There Westville is a practice in the surf right specific practice into so when you ask Allah subhanaw taala that through a specific thing for the blessings of a specific thing is Allah grant you something and these examples of agreed upon madness of doing this, the free flow and the cave the golden carpenter mountain the cave they asked Allah

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Allah through that he did that he moved the golden in so that's that was fun. But in this case, specifically there was someone with a Salahi Allah sends the baraka of a certain example A to call the Gilani and so on. Please grant me that. So that's our soul. And we can talk about the outcome of that another time because it's quite a controversial issue. Right. But that's why I didn't do that idea is to get that it's built into our culture by doing so even if you don't know to add both mo will

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be hold melody more. What is that saying? Through the HeartMath through the sanctity of the markets, our salon lab Takata Raja Anna, don't cut off our our hopes. So it's both in the you can fight about the data much

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better than me. Yeah. Any other questions

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can also supposed to be easy coming class, they're supposed to be comfortable. I want you to feel like the machine is a safe space.

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absolutely. I mean, you basically asked me, Is it permissible to offer on the Kaabah resizing camera, and that's different, is it permissible?

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I would, I mean, look,

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you cannot criticize, we can criticize we can say

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Just beat the recruiters have to do these for maybe they don't know anything later. So what you want them to do nothing, you know, when we can get the size gap How can a Sing sing song around the car but that's the only way they know it yet so the only way they memorize the selected, you know, then they can you can show the lead veto, you can teach them better. So it's permissible, it has its shortcomings, right as far as, you know, best practice and perhaps manner of doing it, but it's completely permissive. I really encourage you, especially if you can recite it properly. If you can do the old

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vicar by yourself, you know, properly by all means decided.

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That's a really, really powerful thing to incorporate into our lives. So the takeaway from tonight's besides all the technical stuff and all the you know, fifth Golden the fifth of wicked things are figuring things out that was just the marketing to genuinely be strict about thicker right

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alongside the ice you know, how am I besides that the takeaway is to try and incorporate this immediate

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think of a suitable time before bed as you falling asleep in the morning of the budget of the mother, with your family, in the car as you drive to work, etc. And Allah knows best until next weekend, shallow Salalah is at the Muhammad Spinalonga Aloha.

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The interest of wanting to like

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Mark before I greet the book that we're going to be reading together Mahalo to Kulu I don't have copies of it, I'm going to have copies printed. So if you can, let me know if we can rewrite it on a page. Inshallah, before you leave, if we can place a quick order and Sharmila my wife on top. She can perhaps do that for the ladies as well. It won't be expensive. It will be ease maybe around 15 minutes or so. You can place your order any test no and show that we obviously confirm the price before we will be purchasing because I come along here and I said I want to go off

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