Jamal Zarabozo – Al Fatihah An In Depth Study Part 11

Jamal Zarabozo
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the negative impact of committing to sin and avoiding sinful behavior, as well as the importance of natural love and social fellowship. They emphasize the need for guidance and humility towards one's actions to achieve their goals of worshiping God. The importance of humility towards oneself and others is also emphasized. The speakers stress the need for worshipping the light of the sun to fulfill one's goals and set boundaries to avoid confusion.
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made and

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we should have

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the rest of them finished discussing economic prosperity.

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Perfect Yeah.

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Well, I just have a couple more points to make about the concept of inverted

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indices are basically just just kind of certifications you

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could potentially wear, what are some of the ways

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when you're when you read some of the statements from the earliest parents.

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So for example, the reading for me,

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they write in such a way, you can almost say they have very absolute

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definition of separate.

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Having separate means that you can work out and you do not understand

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the definition of shock of

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having gratitude in things.

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You never use anything that less than $100 given you in a way that is meaningful.

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And remember, it's a different way he describes

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These terms, as I said, your absolute kind of statements, and they could

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lead someone to maybe feel discouraged, or even have some kind of despair because of the fact that this is not everyone is obviously.

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So we come through Ellis Island syrup, and we make this case we're listening with Darla and we say Yak and Abu

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and this is the place that we're making. This is the girls understand that we're trying to achieve.

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So we have that in front of us.

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But it is possible that as we're trying to achieve that,

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not only possible, but it's very likely that we're trying to achieve that goal. And even when we recognize that Ferber might have some weakness,

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and we commit an act that is not pleasing to us.

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Obviously, when we commit sin,

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we do something wrong.

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Obviously, we're not serving us and we're not making a bed, it's almost kind of a dialogue and submitting to us, when we commit that sin and usually, when someone since he is

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serving or submitting to his to his desires, or his making submission to a ship on and committing that sin and this is so this is even referred to as versatile

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because the shutdown is reasonably procedural nation was reverse

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badasses LMR had anything you have any add on that and let them

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I've made a covenant with you

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that you do not wish to wish upon and he is very likely to have an enemy and he doesn't necessarily mean who makes it out or something like that.

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It means you submit to Him and you were paid.

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So obviously, when we're committing sins, we are not

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making the proper event to others. And what that means is we have no straight from our booth and some are

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in fact whenever we do so, in reality, whenever we commit to since

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we're not harming others

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neither Abed

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ruins it's actually we're harming is ourselves.

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And that's why the people have known as the people who are willing to either realize that this path or they're bad and the smaller the better is the one actually that is beneficial for illness.

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And when we disobey Allah subhanaw taala. As I said, we are just harming ourselves as Alissa. data has

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been late.

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And even when race has gone beyond the limits of illness and dies, as soon as he ran his own

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his lenses.

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And if you could imagine someone because the problem is we don't think about it.

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And without a prejudice, we actually we don't even have the right to wrong

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isn't going to hold us accountable for because we don't have the right to listen without it has not given us this break even to run around us,

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which was actually more compassionate to our Dustin ruark.

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Because he has made it for being close to man,

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either physically in dystonia, which is where most people think of it, you know, harming themselves.

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But unless God has made it forbidden for us to harm ourselves in a spiritual,

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religious sense, and almost none of it, the IRA will hold us accountable for them. But the problem is, people don't think of that unfortunate, when they submit to their desires and wishes.

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But at the same time, it can be left.

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Even within that act, as we've done, he has strayed from our ultimate, ultimate purpose. And I listened with

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great mesh upon us,

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for many of these assets in does not take us out of the complete realm of servitude.

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In other words,

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if we commit sins, this does not mean that No, God is distancing themselves from us completely. And whoever first will never have to

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and spread as I said, there was no God and His mercy knows that we as human beings are going to commission.

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And he lives just when we commit sins, to recognize that sin into a pencil.

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And actually, this action of repentance

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or going backwards is actually something that is beneficial to the

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Jackson repentance itself is something beneficial to the

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brain to some of the

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discuss whether or not the person is in a better state now that he committed a sin and that if you did not commit

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to this process, which is a good

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time to commit a sin, don't misunderstand me, so that you can repent.

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This process in itself is

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And in fact, he loves to forgive, and even the best service and

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could never

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be firm in your boo, boo.

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Boo. If you're not to commit sins, then Allah would remove you, and bring in other people who commit sins and seek His forgiveness.

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And his mercy towards us recognizes that we commit sins, and instead of

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condemning us forever, for anything that we commit, or listen to Allah has left the group.

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And as I said, a sin in itself once in itself, by the mercy of Allah does not take us before the

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In fact, we have an example from the time of the process, who is drinking alcohol,

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drinking alcohol, something displeasing

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to us to bring to the premises, and he will get to the punishment.

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He actually made a statement basically asking the person because of implementing this act,

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prohibited that person from crossing the river.

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I noticed him that he knows.

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Islam Originally, I was reminded that is this we have our birth.

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And we have to seek, we have to stay on that path of worship of God. But if we slip some time,

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we're system time and that is mercy. That doesn't mean we are now

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also the

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limits of birth that we can bring on. But otherwise, if we skip

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even if we

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reverse him, even if we didn't get a chance to invest in this life, even if we meet

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our sinful sins, maybe

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even if we're even for the chance to

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listen to them. Personal Finance shows us that there are three types of his people who are worshipping Him.

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venous Tofino

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and inverse mercy within any procedures versus testing about believers

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is not the general meaning of those people who have to submit to a loved one. But actually, these were the people who are submitting.

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And as we described less than

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two thirds of our servants inherited

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them or send the random says an

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And there are several strategies for that is

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to say that there are believers who are negligent to performance are some of the Buddhists,

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some of

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the key there, we should always be always

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valid. But when we do commit a sin, we should try to immediately recognize the sin.

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And when we come back into sin up five times a day,

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throughout the day, we come back to Ireland and we make this pledge against will This should make us remind us of our sins, and make us want to repent and ask

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for forgiveness.

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So what this means is that to be a servant,

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you have to be perfect.

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That's when you do sin. When you do sin, you have to remember that when you're committing that sin, your hair, obviously not

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acting in accord with what your claim is or what your feelings are. And you're not acting in accord with that place that you come back to Allah subhanaw, taala 17 times a day making that

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you have to remember that

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you're actually not completely valid in the personal sense of leaving the

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brilliant Act, which is at least

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violating the place that you are making a lesson.

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Basically, there are certain limits. And the limits are shifting,

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as long as you remain away from first access,

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and shall not you are going to be included.

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Among his among his service.

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Services, we seem to have different categories.

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And shall be, in fact, to be the members who have said that us but if we have a certain

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level don't have to despair.

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Remember, Allah is merciful.

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And this fact once again, if you realize this fact about

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us again, in Christian reference, or admiration for

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your praise, Allah you're wanting to get

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as we spoke about some of the attributes

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for Marie should want to listen to

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and actually this for giving us this realization, and for making it clear to us in the front, and in the senior, that in fact ahead data does not condemn us for every single single commit. And even this realization that has given us this knowledge, this is also something that we should be praising in thinking.

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One of the things about citizen fatsia one of the main things as soon as

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we have discussed

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one of the things about Sudoku,

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you can find in sort of

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a kind of sign of reputation of all different kinds of innovations

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and heretical beliefs.

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And you can also find in Surat Al Fatiha applications of the incorrect beliefs of other people. And we haven't spoken that much about this. And maybe we'll leave that for the last lecture whenever the last lecture will come.

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Usually when I speak, when I give lectures, I don't refer much to to Christianity or Judaism. There's not things that I talk too much about, but the causes of source of fat they are so important and so basic to reality as a whole, that it makes you understand, as I said, the reality and makes you very appreciate

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The fact that I listen to what God has given us this guidance. This last one, of course, as I mentioned, is related to the Rama, Allah subhanaw taala. It is not specifically obviously referred to in fact, but it's in the Puranas. And obviously, the fact that you could commit a sin

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and must be completely distanced from Allah subhana wa Tada, there's no hope for repentance, there's no hope for having this sin wiped away. There's no hope for you still being on the past. This is actually something that other people's grappled with, and could not figure out how to rectify this problem, because they are humans is that when you send your turning away from wireless networks,

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so now how can you come back to us.

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And in fact, some of them said, even a sin deserves eternal damnation.

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And just anything you can.

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And in fact, this is something that Christians came up with or couldn't quite display. So they say, Okay, if you commit a sin, that means you are, there's really no way to repent from a sin.

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So therefore, the only way for that seems to be removed from you is, and this is what I'm only recording with this

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isn't God sends his son to be sacrificed on your behalf of your sins.

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Because otherwise, there's no way once you commit a sin, you are removing yourself from the grace of God, and there's no way to remove it. They say except by God sending his son to be sacrificed.

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Now, if you add to this, the fact it's kind of strange, you know, as we quote from the Bible, they say that God is love. I think we quoted that one of the earlier lectures.

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They say God is love, yet at the same time, they believe that everyone is born with a sin, you have what they call the original sermon.

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According to them, God is holding you responsible for sin, you did not even commit the sin, and it's in you. So even actually, if you did not commit any sin, you already have the sin.

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So even if you did not commit a sin, you still need the sacrifice of the Son of God, to remove that sin.

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Unfortunately, for them, what this means is that everyone between Adam and Jesus is in a rather precarious situation.

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Even the province

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and even the province, what is their situation because they do not believe in the Savior and, and he says no sign that they do about the Son of God being. So some of them say, well, they are somehow excuse are somehow forgiven. But if that's the case, then that means there's some way of forgiving, that didn't need the sun to be sacrificed. So actually, you didn't need to suddenly be sacrifices, you don't need all of this other ramifications of the Christian faith and the love you grew up as a Muslim. Probably you never had to expose yourself to these things. And you're probably wondering why I suppose it's hard right now but

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but if you understand some of the basic teachings of Al Fatiha in particular and also obviously the Quran as a whole,

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these realities that Allah subhanaw taala is giving us so clearly, and making us so free of such confusion

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and strange beliefs that are out there. This is somebody that Allah subhanaw taala is deserving of praise of and the person should always be turning to Allah subhana wa tada praising Allah subhana wa tada and thanking Allah subhanaw taala that he has guided us to the straight back.

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Again, if you're not exposed to the other ways, then you will not realize how much you should appreciate from Allah subhanho wa Taala and descending the problem homosassa them and giving us this final very clear guidance,

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which in any case, as I said, Here cannot 100 left by the grace and mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala if we commit a sin, it does not mean that we have violated this in such a way that we are no longer and general among those people who are making the proper obedience to Allah.

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Yes, with respect to that particular sin and that particular action, we have obviously made a mistake here we are not submitting to Allah subhanaw taala on that particular action.

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The next point I want to mention and hopefully I'll mention it very briefly

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at this point, because it came up in a question after the lecture last time

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and it is a point where some people are confused and at the same time it's not. It's not being explained very well, sometimes. And this next topic goes back to our question about having love for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala as he spoke about even though find the definition of their bed, they said the foundation of about as low for less than 100,000 In fact, singling out your love for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala actually in this video, there is something known as natural love and shittier love

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What is meant by the natural Love Is that kind of feeling of emotion and feeling of gratitude that you might have for someone, for example, due to the good that they've done to you.

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And actually it is a characteristic of believers that they are appreciative of the good things that people do to them, whether it comes from a Muslim or non Muslim, the nature of a Muslim is that he is appreciative when people do things for him. The policy Selim has told us, millennia screeners

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that the one who does not think that people he's not grateful to the people, that in reality, he is loved, grateful to all this mental time. So it is natural, that if someone does something for you, and if someone is good to you, that you have this kind of feeling towards them. And this is as I said, this is called a natural love. The most common example of that would be towards one's parents. If someone for example, converts to Islam and his parents are not Muslims, he would still have that kind of feeling of gratitude for what they did for him for all those years. And across the Quran also makes it very clear that even if there are non Muslims, you still have to have this feeling of

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gratitude towards them and proper behavior towards them. Allah subhanho wa Taala kills us will say that insanity Where did he come along?

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For me and Ashley, was while you are the de healing little fear

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thing that we have

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ordered or given the command that people should be the humans should be

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grateful towards their parents, his mother bought him in hardship upon hardship and his weaning was two years so therefore he should thank me he should take a look and be thankful to his parents and to him to Allah subhanaw taala is the return that makes it clear that this is talking about both Muslims and non Muslims, parents, Allah subhanho wa Taala says Linda deca Allah and Tricia Bhima they silica be here

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But if they try to order you to associate something with Alyson Haleakala concerning what you have no knowledge then do not obey them, but associated with them in this world in a good and can. This kind of natural love could be for parents, it could be for the place that you live, some places you grew up something you're comfortable with something that you are, and it's something you're very happy with. Even among the Sahaba For example, this kind of natural love when some of the Sahaba moved to Medina and faced some difficulties in Medina, they expressed their love for MK even though MK at that time was the land of the land of the parish. It's like the land of the people who drove

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them through the process that allows

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so this kind of natural love, which is basically an emotion of gratitude and comfort. This does not contradict the the shittier demands and requirements. But at the same time, this natural love is very different from the city of love. The nature of it, the quality of this domain Judo it has to be different from the Sharia law, because the Sharia law is both. It's a rational love, and it is also an emotional load. Because it's based on the fact that you know that the thing of love is deserving of love, like Allah subhana wa Tada, or the things that Allah sign without love. So it is a kind of a intellectual love in that sense, you know that these things are deserving of love. They have

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qualities that make them deserving of love. So therefore, because of those qualities, you feel that for them, but at the same time, it is an emotional load. It's not just a kind of intellectual, for example, with respect to

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all of the balances that Alyssa had without is giving you a much better, much greater. And in fact inclusive of all the balances that your parents gave you or anyone else could have done through what the public system has done his sacrifices for the omens over on these also gender and gender or emotional love to not just intellectual. And plus this love is the basis of your life. This is the love that rules your life. What you will do, what you won't do is based on this theory of love,

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and cannot be based on your natural love. If your natural love takes precedence over the city of love, then you have violated the conditions over better.

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And in this area Love is the one that holds your life and as I said it is much stronger than the natural of the city love will lead you to give up your life if necessary. And he will be willing to give up your life on the basis of the city.

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So I just wanted to clarify that point because that's something that comes up quite often, especially when we talk about

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The definition of regarding the fact that you love for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And you hate for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala you have loyalty, and you just associate for the sake of Allah.

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And since they are, for example, in this country, many Muslims who originally were not Muslim, also, this issue comes up quite a bit about how to treat difference in what is their relationship with their friends and their feeling towards their parents.

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So now we'll go back to the if, again,

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one of the aspects that we notice in diet is that it is in the plural, the economical way I can stain it is not simply that I will ship you alone. But it says we worship only you, and we only seek helping you.

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And obviously, Allah subhanaw taala guided us to say this in the pool. So there must be some meaning behind some purpose behind why we turn to Allah subhana wa tada 17 times a day, and make this jar and deploy left in the center. So the other facility held, discussed many of the ramifications that we could get, or the inferences that we could get from the fact that this is an hour basically just tell you what some of what I had said. And then I will also, again, emphasize what I think is one of the stronger aspects and more important ramifications that we can get from the security.

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One of the key aspects of the floor is this. Even in our worship of Allah subhana wa tada there is a stress on the spirit of social fellowship.

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It is true that when we stand in front of Allah subhanaw taala, on the movie as individuals, and no one can take our burdens of our sins, our bliss,

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but in the process of evaluating the action about and worshipping Allah subhanaw taala, in this world, in this existence, our worship or Listen, 100 with God is not simply an individual basis.

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It is part of the worship of Allah subhanaw taala did we actually associate with others, no, become for example, like those Christian monks who just left everybody and went and worship on their own, and the monasteries. So therefore, they had no effect on the people, they had no interaction on the people. And this is not the way of Islam. And this is not the true nature of

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this is not the true nature of the worship of a lesson with us. As we spoke about yesterday, the scope of the burden tools, your relationship with your family, with other members of society, with the world as a whole. So that's part of your abettor. And it being part of the social fellowship is actually part of our agenda.

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And as I said, basically, I'm just going to tell you some of the points that they make.

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One of the other points that they made is this when we make this dollar for HANA with data when we read this, and in fact, the hat and the Salas in particular,

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we should realize that we are not alone in making this job.

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The fact is that almost any time that you make this job when you reach out any time of the day, day or night chances are other people even at the same time are making the same job all the time with them.

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So you're never alone actually when making this job to almost 100,000 but at the same time, you're not making this three policy manual, Charla alone. You and others are making this pretty close and without that we worship alone alone and that we seek yourself alone and then all of a sudden without a guidance because the next verse

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is also an approval.

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So let's move on with Allah guidance to say we worship for you. We only seek helping you and then we ask the last one which Allah guide us.

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So we're all making this pleat wireless amortize this job and just pledged to Allah subhanaw taala Well, I'm making it as a whole and part of that also is if inshallah Allah Subhana Allah God if we have some weakness, and I wish people will listen to what data we cannot claim. To see if we just simply said I worship you. Worship only you. We have to realize that our worship actually of Allah subhanaw taala are about as weak is not what Allah subhanho wa Taala deserves.

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If you put all of us together, I sneeze still not what Allah son or daughter deserves. But at least it is more becoming a worthless nanotechnology. So we tell our listeners out as we wish upon you, and we only seek your help. And we ask Allah subhana wa tada to guide us.

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And another way of looking at also is that hopefully Allah subhanho wa Taala will respond to at least some of us who are making this

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and when I listen without a response to any one of us

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Again, when we made the drought we didn't say Allah guide me.

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But to actually we're asking Allah subhana wa tada to guide us. So inshallah, we will be included among that group for which Allah subhana wa tada as responded to this.

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And always the one of the clear signs of this is, and we see that, as worshippers of Allah subhanho wa Taala, we are part of a community of faith,

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we have to recognize that we are part of this community of faith,

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and the believers, about the worshipers of Allah subhana wa, this is one to end and as being part of this community, and we turn to a list of analysts out and make these statements and

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we have to recognize this is a kind of brotherhood and fellowship.

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You have rights upon the other worshipers of Allah subhanaw taala, and they have lice upon you. And as we spoke about, when we spoke about the bullet that we have to recall is that this is the most noble goal that a human being could have.

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And so therefore, when we look around, we see others

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turning to Allah subhanho wa Taala, making the same pledge, and try to be part of that same goal,

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and what should be our feeling towards them, you enter the salon.

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And you make this guy and you make this deal with others. And you see everyone else trying to be poor and the worst of all this man with data, and seeking health and wellness men without asking their son or daughter, to guide them. You should feel like you're part of a brotherhood, trying to worship Allah subhana wa Tada.

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We can also understand from this that the guidance of the Quran has not come just for individuals. The guidance of the Quran is not just

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the guidance of individuals, but it is come for a pool of rules, what that means is come for society as a whole.

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And this goes back again when we spoke about the scope of

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the scope of Aveda includes all of the aspects of society.

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So the guidance has come from Allah subhana wa tada is not just for the individual, that he lives a certain life or that he has, he just performed some rights and so forth. But those individuals coming together also the guidance on the side or data is for that community as a whole.

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So part of the guide is older son or daughter are our wounds that are not supposed to be implemented by the individual as a unit, but they're supposed to be implemented by the society as a whole. For example,

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the legal punishments

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part of the guidance of the Quran, they are not just an individual go and say, Oh, I saw so don't do certain says don't take my sword, whatever go practice for actually does not just meant for the guidance of individual but it is meant for the guidance of society as a whole. So the individual, the family and the society as a whole.

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But I think the clearest point that we can see from this poll, and actually I alluded to it a little bit, but I haven't seen among those people who need to see it clearly give us the kind of emphasis that they would like to see.

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And the thing that we can get from this, especially here where we say yeah, can we do here can Stein and Dennis at optimal stopping, making our place to Allah subhana wa Tada, this will only worship Him and only seek help from him and then asking him to guide us.

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And in the clearest thing that I can see from this is that our perception should be this we are part of an old part of the people that is supposed to be united in the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala and seek another standard without his help, and seeking His guidance.

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And in other words, we should, as I said earlier, and we should look at each other as being along the same path, having the same goal, we should always recognize the fact that we are supposed to be people having the same goal.

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And when we get to a dentist about them, let's call him obviously, that also means along the same path.

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So if I believe me that you and I are along the same path, hoping to get to the same goal,

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then I realize that I should do what I can to help you and you should do what you can to help me achieve that goal.

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And that should never be any kind of conflict between us, especially with respect to try to achieve that goal.

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And I should never do anything towards you. He would harm you and moving towards that goal and harm you along the path. And you should also never do anything towards me that will harm me and trying to get towards that path

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because we have made a pledge together

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We stood in front of all this man without him. And we made this pledge that Allah subhana wa tada has guided us, and told us to make. And so basically, we look at all of ourselves as part of this one, oma. And this one, actually, by the way, extends from the time of Adam alayhis salam until the time of the last day, through all parts of this one body of people having the same goal and should be marching towards the same goal and marching along the same path. And you don't get any people in the world who have that idea. You look, we all have the same goal, we're on the same path, what am I going to do, we're going to work together probably

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exhausted, he said, for example, when we say this pool, he said, that means the strength and numbers, we should remember that there's strength in numbers.

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And we shouldn't try to fight our battles against the chiffon and all the trials and temptations that we have in this world, by ourselves.

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But we should be part of the Muslim world, and parts of the Muslim community, so that we can defend the Muslim community and the Muslim community can defend us so that we can stay along this path are we should be able to spend without a property.

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So let's find out actually reminds us of this fact about all the profits, and in

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the wider one.

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The Soma of yours, or this religion is also one of interpretations. This own love. Yours is one oma and I am your Lord, don't block me, we already said he's adorable anime. I am really Lord, so worship only me.

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And especially you would think, if I may comment on some things that have occurred among us Muslims in the past 20 years, probably more than 20 years, especially you would think, in the field

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of encouraging the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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had this idea would be very clear in everybody's mind.

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In the field of encouraging people to worship boneless nanocatalysts, we call that view,

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and the field of dolla

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dolla is all about is trying to bring people to the worship of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Whether it's Islam, Muslims, or Muslims, trying to bring people correctly and properly to the worship of Allah subhanaw taala, the whole idea and the whole goal behind gala can only be a better worship,

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if it is correct.

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So you would think especially those people who are working to enhance this goal, they're better. Those people are out there saying they're making our enhancing the school, they would realize, and recognize that all of us who are on this path and everyone who's working for, you have to realize that they have the same goal. And they should be working and helping each other to achieve that goal for themselves. And for everybody else.

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Because they had just the most basic understanding of what they're doing.

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And what they're bringing told us data as a pool,

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this would be obvious to them.

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And so therefore, there would be no Islamic efforts, that would be good efforts, except they would have the support of the other Muslims. Now, obviously, if someone for example, makes a mistake,

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he's wrong. He makes, he makes some kind of stat he makes a mistake, he gives a lecture has mistakes an athlete and this and then obviously, he should be corrected. Right? This is part of also part of our environment, ordering good eradicating evil, this is a part of our find making mistake, I expect people will correct me. So I'm not talking about the idea of correcting other people's mistakes.

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That's one thing. And when you correct someone's mistake is as part of

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that you have a certain manner that you do it in certain ethics.

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But unfortunately, working fine among those people who say that they're working for this goal of, of, of actually implementing Yep, and I will do sometimes, unfortunately, you find the greatest hatred and strife and backbiting and attacks among those people. Then among what we call the Common Lisp, which would call the communists and what I mean by common Muslims is those Muslims who don't claim that they're working for doubt.

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You'll find unjustified attacks on other Muslims by those people who are claiming that they are working for this goal of fulfilling in the economical because again, this is what that was all about. Trying to fulfill this goal of a yes and not boo

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We worship only Allah subhana wa.

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So when you assign to somebody else who is working on the same goal, and working on the same path, which is common. So this man is a has left the path, he's a heretic, he's a deviant. Don't listen to him to listen to anything he says. And this may be how you describe a cat, but you don't want to get too deep from a pepper. But the Muslims are using this kind of term for one another. And then they come to the salon. And in the salt, they say, Yes, and I will do what he can to stain and demonstrate optimal stuffing. I don't know how they can come to the slot and say these words in the pool that almost none without his guidance to, it doesn't have any effect on them, that they are

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fighting against the enactment of the economics. They are trying to keep people from action, which should be illustrated by dividing the Muslims and keeping the Muslims away. And I've seen in some cases, where the effect is so bad that some people don't want anything to do with Islam. They don't want anything at least to do with Tao. And working with this.

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Because of these, and just divide attacks, that Muslims who are supposedly working for the same goal, have done to one another. Now, obviously, that approach, also, you have to realize that this is one of the tricks of chiffon. And he tried to put you through so much trials that he's to say, Okay, I don't want to work with them anymore. Just leave me alone. Just leave me alone. I just want to sit and purify myself, and I don't worry about you. Well, then again, same mistake. Because once you say, Look, I don't want to have anything to do with any other Muslims. Just leave me alone. And then how do you pray, he,

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you know, you're going to leave out the poll. Because once you say I don't want anything to do with when you're making this pledge. And you ask Allah to guide us. And at the same time, you're saying I don't want to have anything to do with Muslims. And he just also is completely unacceptable.

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And so this poll is reminding us that we are part of a body, the purpose of that body. And the goal of that body has to be the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And it is obligatory upon us. Or at least our attitude should be here, we want to help one another, achieve that goal of worshiping God.

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And this rule, there's no here and in in other subjects, there should always remind us

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that Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this prayer that Allah subhanaw taala has guided us through and then we say so often, we know that we are not supposed to be alone and available even for our own benefits can be to defend ourselves, from a ship on we don't want to be alone,

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but also part of our job to help and work with others to worship God and only

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about 30 economical, will say to a lower yakka.

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But he

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spoke about the meaning of that before the Economic Zone worship only you get is putting the ACA first implies exclusiveness

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and now we say that only in you are only from you are we going to seek help

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only from Allah subhanaw taala or we're going to seek help.

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This is the second part of this and this is the iron. This is the verse

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in which Allah subhana wa tada says, say the body yeah can I do a stain on the how the beanie Robaina IV without the Messiah,

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that this is between me and my servants. And for my servant is what Yes. And as we spoke about before, first we mentioned the goal the goal is the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And then we mentioned the means, because we know that we cannot achieve this goal unless unless God helps us

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who we say yeah, I can I can assign we are admitting our lack of power or lack of ability.

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And so therefore, this word in itself when we say it told us man or daughter, we should feel a real feeling of humility and submission to our listener.

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Because we are admitting to Alison handler data and reality that we cannot do it without your help. We cannot even worship you without your help. It is the most important thing in our lives. It is the key to our salvation. And yet we cannot do it. We cannot accomplish it without your help.

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So here's the job becomes very much an act of humility towards the lesson.

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mental asylum.

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But in reality, and there's some aspects, I guess, if you had maybe infinite mass theory is sometimes difficult to encompass all of them. Because when you say yes, in the same in the proper way, you'll be filled with humility in front of us. And without this feeling in your heart actually is a kind of a burden.

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And as we're talking about when you make it, but

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when you make this actually when you say it properly, you're actually already starting to implement the economic model.

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Even before you've left the IRS, the short is, even before you live die, have you said properly and you understand what you're saying, and you have the right feeling towards Allah subhana wa, Tada. This is a kind of submission on your part towards the listener,

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and a recognition of almost none without his power, the recognition doesn't return without Is it a blind, I mean,

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so you've already done an active abeta which inshallah will lead to Allah subhanaw taala, helping.

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And as we alluded to, also, obviously, when we look at this more than when we think of this path of the path of worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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There are many aspects, factors, let's go them they can deviate from this path.

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We have the shadow lines, we have our desires.

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We have for example, a ship on and all of his troops.

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And we have the coupon, we have the disbelievers who are not pleased when the human shells and you can call them who are not pleased when they see people worshipping Allah subhanaw taala alone.

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So the person who is conscious of this fact

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that he has set himself upon a path, and he knows that there are going to be factors and aspects that are going to try to take him away from that path.

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And he should be conscious of this guy. And Ellis, for example, macarons tells us a lot about us Hassan

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tells us a lot about a shitstorm from the time that Adam was created.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling us about the relationship between chiffon and human beings.

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And how chiffon is trying to take us away from the worship of Allah.

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Allah subhanaw taala kills us in the Quran, about someone after pain and their real goals, about the too far about the nuts and our conditioning.

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And all of these aspects, as I said,

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All these things are things that can take us away from the worship of God. In fact, it is part of their goal to take us away from the worship of Allah sign with that. So as soon as we say Iraq and Abu, as soon as we mentioned our goal, we already realized that we know that they're listening to a guy that makes this goal easy for us to follow, we can accomplish it. But we already know as soon as we're making that goal, that there's a lot of things waiting for us to take us away from that goal. So the first thing that we express is our hope in Allah subhana wa tada that Allah subhana wa tada will help us

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because when we say yeah, can I Buddha? Yeah, can the same as is clear in this hadith has been he will be the man. What did God What did the sermon ask for him? When you say he can do what he can assign. When you say you can assign you are saying that you are hoping in a certain way God is this alone.

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You're not saying it in the form of you are

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prepared is what you mean by it. So let's run without my servants shall have what he asks.

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So as soon as you say he can help

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you realize that this is a goal that so many obstacles might be in front of you. So you tell us

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that to achieve this goal. I am turning to you for help.

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And you're admitting to Allah subhanho wa Taala as I said, you are meeting to Allah subhana wa Tada This Alyssa without actually is the only one who can help.

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So in reality, you are putting your trust and your reliance in Allah subhanaw taala and only and also in order to achieve that goal of worshiping Allah subhana wa

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and when you think about it, as I said, there's many obstacles in the way there are many things which is part of

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this video that we need help from Allah subhanaw taala and we need help from Allah subhana wa COVID and fulfilling our obligatory

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to have the ability to do

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you know, when you're here, then

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When you hear the event, more than is calling you to the salon and to the salvation. Hello.

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Hey, Alan Hello.

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What is the answer that you're supposed to give?

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Because I mean, he's calling you to,

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to salvation to success and calling you to select and you are answering the how lower poverty level.

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What does this mean? What does this imply?

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Your meaning actually that you do not have any power and any ability,

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even to go through what is philosophy, and the philosophy the most important pillar that

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you are meeting this lesson without, as you all know, the power and the only one was ability to how the little 14 living here? What do you mean by that? How is that a response to Hightower so that if anything, that's an excuse not to go to the prayer, right? Instead, hey, listen up. I can't go

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I don't have any ability. But instead you're asking on the sun with Allah what you're playing, you're asking Allah subhana wa tada to give you the ability and to help you go and fulfill that thing that will give you a fuller and fulfilled

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like here when you say exactly now

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in this time,

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so in fulfilling the obligatory us, you need all the sun without us staying away from the hotel, you need all this man without his help. And being patient and whatever befalls you in this world.

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And patients in front of trials, trials can be many times trials can be trials of hardship. And sometimes those are the easiest to be patient. someone puts you in a cell solitary confinement for 24 years, what are you gonna do? Are you just going to sit down, wait it out, you can do anything really. And I can beat your head against the wall, but it's not pleasant First of all, and it's not going to help you right? So sometimes piles of hardships are easier to manage because you don't have many choices.

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But also being patient and staying within the limits of the city, during times of ease

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is also something that we need help from

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because that sense of ease you have literally like your money, you have free time you have nothing to do then now you have the ability maybe to do something

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and of course the decrease in loss and and without is made with respect to your wealth or your health and so forth. All of these things are things that we need to handle with God's help to remain along the path of worshiping Allah subhanaw taala

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but the most important aspects that we can get help from Allah subhana wa tada all we see is combined right here in this statement, and the surah. And that is that the first and most important thing that we need help in and then we want help from Allah subhanaw taala is to help in worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. To help and worshiping Allah.

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The prophet SAW Selim, when he told me

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when he told me this, he loves rod. And so therefore he wanted to give some advice. He told him never leave any slots and listen at the end of the slot to see, hold the whole nine he added the kritika will sugar.

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He said, Tomas, I love you. So he loves wine. So he wants to give him very special advice. And he advised me to make this job for Allah hug me for your remembrance, and to show gratitude toward you into Excel and your worship.

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Can you imagine a more important God that you can make? is actually captured in this if you understand what you're saying he can absolutely I can sustain? Because you remember we said that, we said that the most important goal that you could ever achieve or ever strive for is the worship.

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So the most beneficial, I won't call it the most important it is the most important because people if you say well, it's beneficial, but listen tomorrow, it's gonna benefit me the most beneficial job that you can make as a doctor So listen, I know God to help you and worshiping him

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and I listen to what God is actually showing it to us and just sort of if he repeats and also more directly the promises of them are killing was that he loved him and wanted to give him that advice inshallah. But I think it has to end inshallah.

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We'll go back to the economical way I can stay. Just the second part here kind of stains. Next time shirtless and Hanukkah. reward.

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