Allah Will Observe You Deeds By

Kamal El-Mekki


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The speakers discuss the importance of learning to apply information and redo their intentions to achieve success in life. They emphasize the need for continuous learning and development to improve one's own career, as well as the importance of gathering and redoing their own intentions to achieve success. The speakers also emphasize the importance of learning to benefit from a person and redoing their intentions to achieve success. They stress the importance of acting upon what Allah modeled and not just knowing what to write, as well as the benefits of learning about animals, culture, and reward system. They also mention the importance of learning and applying to change one's life in a positive way.

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you know that description of beaming the Blood Bowl of Tao I ever said that moment. So

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someone said that about when he came up with the description, it's not very humble if I were to say,

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if I would describe myself, I would say, five degrees.

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How's everyone this morning?

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I'd like to thank all of you for coming early, usually the first lecture that's going to speak. So my local reward all of you for waking up and coming.

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Alright, so basically what we're going to do in this lecture, we're going to analyze, why is it that we don't spring into action? Why don't we jump into doing what we're supposed to do when the laws of nature manages to do something? Why do most people not do things do action,

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acts of worship, when it comes to what we're supposed to do in the religion?

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Because you see, we're in the age of information. And we live in an age of information. Sometimes it's just about gathering information. It's just about knowing things, just about gathering facts. Or I've heard, I've read that lecture, the CD DVD. So how many lips have we listened to how many CDs and we listen to? How many stomach lectures ever listened to on YouTube? How many articles we read how many articles that we read online websites that we visited? Questions, and we know the answers to we know the reward for that word for that.

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How many conferences attended? How many were attended to log information, isn't it? It's a lot of information. So some things should happen then after gathering all this information, but sometimes nothing happens. So today, we want to analyze why is it that nothing happens? Why is it that nothing happens? After all information we've gathered up we've been to lectures, we've listened to books we've read, and in the end, you find someone is just barely barely applying the information that he or she knows.

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So what we want to examine today is this phenomenon, why is it that we don't practice what we learn, we don't apply what we learn. And the first thing I want to say is that action, it springs forth from the heat of everything.

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So you find someone has a lot of demand, immediately they do this they do it right on time, we can even slow to the sluggish moving as quickly as we can. So actually comes forth from your demand. That's something very interesting. When a lot of wants you to do something, he will call you by specific calculation, a specific name. A lot of somebody will say,

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oh, you believe then Who told you to do something? So it's an indication to you that actually springs forth from your, from your belief in

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a lot of

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what is it that you say that what you do not do? Yeah.

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Are you believe fear of God, so he's calling you or you believe that He gives you the option?

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Is that amazing? Are you fully believe in Allah, His Messenger, so he's calling you or you believe, and then he's telling you, they actually believe in Allah and His messenger. So the first thing is that you spring into action from the heat of your command. But we want to examine why do we have this problem? Why do we have this problem in our communities, in our countries, in our societies, where people they know information about something they didn't do anything about? And sometimes people will stop me and tell me I, I know this editing says narrative by and

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large will let you know, like, very well then do something about just knowing what's the value of that.

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when people come to join our prayer, for example, what do they come to JavaScript? Do they come the majority of the audience they come to Friday prayer, do they come to learn something so they can go apply it? Is that is that why they come?

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When they leave their home for job for Friday Prayer do they say, Okay, I'm going to do the Friday prayer because I want to learn something and apply it. I want to hear something from the map, I'm going to come home and do it. Do you think most people leave without attention? So most likely, that's not why a lot of people go to learn from things. So maybe the person just wants to go to the gym, I'll be the one that Muslims listen to, or you find there may be here an interesting story. But did they leave their home saying, Okay, I'll go to my prayer, I want to hear something from Vietnam, I'm going to come home and start applying, that's why I'm going or just an obligation to go to a

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job, or we live in a non Muslim country. So Juma is important to see the brothers which be remarkably diverse.

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But we have to do something about it. So perhaps that's one of the things the way we start to learn. And the way we go into to listen to lectures and to attend conferences, isn't necessarily for the sake of learning something so we can go home and play it.

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So some people it's even worse than that. Just go to see if the speaker is funny or if they will tell sad stories. Is he gonna make me cry or not?

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It doesn't have an accent are novices English good? Is his Swedish accent good or bad? Is he just recently came up on both are? What is it? And sometimes that's all they care about. Some people, that's all their commentary, they go to speakers and they say, you know, I enjoy the lectures and proper, they were moving around the stage, Mashallah, when did you come here for critique in the speech speaking techniques, or you come here to learn something

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that we heard on Friday that the father put up there all the meanings of new

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words, I was gonna give this lecture and everybody preparing for the lecture kept telling me tell people knew how to tell people know how to work and then another guy will come to me give us new speech and show that Okay, so I started the speech by saying, I was asked a number of times by people to mention new ideas today. And as much as I tried to find all of them were about 1400 years old.

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Why? First of all, why do you want a handy? dandy? Did you act upon the old honey? That's the question, did you act upon the old honey?

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Okay, but did you act upon it? Or Mashallah, you want more homework? You want new Heidi? So that you're also not going to act upon? You know, a child who has a lot of homework, he didn't finish it and goes to his other teachers can I get?

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Okay, the honey that you've known all your life? What happens with it? You act upon it? For example, isn't it that in most Muslim countries, you memorize as a challenge

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that the prophets of Allah will never say anything bad about food? Okay.

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Okay, he never would say anything bad about food. If he likes it, he will eat it. If it doesn't like it, he will.

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Leave it. That's it. Okay. Most people know this. But who applies it?

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Who is what people number they don't like a food, they have to tell you what.

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It tastes like this like grasshopper. When

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can I enjoy it, at least you don't like it, don't eat it.

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And look at the millions of other things you can eat. You just have to stop and leave the millions of things pick up on this thing that I'm enjoying

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to tell you how bad it is. And the texture is just as if you didn't vomit, but

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I don't feel like eating anymore. But this is an old everybody knows it. We'll practice it. So how about this one? We're gonna take something practical from this lecture. So from now on, you don't like me? What are you gonna do?

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Just leave it never open your mind about it. Okay. Don't talk about I know people are pushing.

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to just tell me what if I don't like

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giving details I don't like thank you very much. Another I think everybody knows not to act upon the headache of making 70 excuses for your brother or your sister. Right? You see something wrong for Muslim brother or sister? You make excuses for them first before you condemn them. Okay, guilty. First make excuses everybody know the study? Yeah. And would you agree this is probably one of the least used to Heidi. Just watch a brother make half a mistake. What follows? We're going to we're going to hang him for that fella hanging after. Okay, that's it. That's the end of this book. You may have mistake stuff. Sisters.

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Sisters, I have what they call the Terminator scanner.

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You know what I'm talking about? Right? My sister sees another sister. She scans her just like with the Terminator, because she had

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that true that the hidden applause. I tried to do that. Yes, yes. While you're doing it, this is the next thing you're like,

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So, first thing we can do this a solution for everything I'm doing is about you reasonable time, we just highlighted a problem that there's no solution. First thing we can do to renew our intention. Right now, as you're sitting here, this The great thing is now you can renew your intention in the middle of the event while you're doing something. So right now we were sending him What can we do our intention? Why are we here? Right, we're here. So we can learn something so we can apply it, we put in our database and store it in our memory and bring it out show off you there there's a

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there's another narration

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upon this or not. So let's redo it. For now on every lecture we listen to we listen to it. So we take something and apply it and do it. Okay, CD, any website I visit, going there. So I can learn something, and I can apply it just for the sake of knowing. While you're sitting here, you renewed your attention. If you're hearing this consciously, you can learn something and apply it, you can just now in your mind, go over or have after we're done, go over all the lectures, pick something that you're going to do, that you can do, and you can do for the rest of your life, or some change you're going to make from the lessons that you've heard, there's got to be a benefit. And we're not

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loving commands to come gather, listen to things and just walk away. There's a reason why we listen to lectures and talks. And

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so we can walk away with something and make a positive change in our life. That's the whole reason. Okay, so that means that the first thing we're going to do, we're going to redo our intentions. We're here for a specific reason. We're not here to get married or anything like that right brothers.

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Brothers, I call them some brothers that are at their peak performance on peak performance. Because

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they told me that he you know, he was one of this very well, you're allowed to take a peek at the woman you want to marry and take a peek. So some of those are their peak performance or the peak and over here, they're peeking over there. They're keeping up with it. Stop peeking. We're here to learn some things like go home in a quiet,

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relaxing when I was making those jokes. So

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you know something, that the mentality of learning to get applied doesn't exist. It's like about information. I just want to gather information. That's all right. It's not about that. It's about applying information that you that you gather. So many times a young man will come to you. He's running a chain. He's like,

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should I wear this chain token? Or a gold chain or something gold?

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He walked away with the chain on this next to take it off, man, why are you asking me this question? And why don't you come walk all the way over to me? Tell me where to go? And it tells me know when you walk away wearing the gold? It probably would have been better for you to not ask me. Why did you ask that? One chef said, he said I wish there was a guy in the front row with a gold ring. Okay, and for men, women convertible, of course. So I want to get him to take this ring off. He's in the front row shift up to give a talk. He's talking about obeying the proper

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person. If the person were here right now and the absolute discipline, would you do it? Everyone said yes. Yeah. And these were Egyptian people. So they all respond to the speaker. So they ocps will do it. If the president came right now I'm totally would not do something. would you do it? Everyone said yes, we would do it. It's a different process. Adam came here he's looking at the big goals.

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told you that to remove the goal is not possible for men once you remove the goal. And we're saying yes, this guy just sitting there. He said, I'll just keep talking and talking trying to get this guy just do this.

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And the guy just sitting next to the lunch

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came to

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talk and

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I said I couldn't get him to take it off. So why because it's just about information though. Oh yeah.

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Take it off. You have to take please when you gather this information, because

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We're not,

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we're not with this mentality of getting information so we can apply it immediately. That's why the young man will come to you wearing the gold chain. Is it permissively? to them? No, thank you very much. He walks away, still wearing it. Okay.

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So look at the difference between

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phenomena that we have now. And how the companions became the companions, where they came to learn something they didn't want to know, ever. They always wanted to know. So they can act upon it all the time.

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And that should be why you learn something, so you can act upon it. So the compiler would never come and ask the person the question just for the sake of knowing the answer, or just for the sake of simplicity, I told them is right. They walk away, they're arguing it. So who's right and who's wrong? No, it was always about what we can do with it. So I'm looking at the bottom line, who comes to the prophets of Allah says, I just want to pay attention to the wording to how they speak to the province of law, I said that, so

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and says, Yes, we would love

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to have

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you have to love a prophet of Allah teach me a job application that I can use in my soul. So I'm not here just to learn some new cool. So I want to use it in my salon. Mostly.

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I want to use in my, in my prayer, and in my heart. That's why he's coming to learn it. teach it to me, so I can go apply it. teach it to me, so I can go apply. That's why I'm learning just for the sake of having the information.

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Do you see from the wording their intention? Right.

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Another companion that

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he comes to the process of just watch the wings, please watch his wording says Yes, indeed.

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I'm not sure if I'm if you're going to pass away, and that will stay behind to me, you gotta die before me. So you will die and regain a life.

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He said, for the Whitney Shay.

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So teach me something about benefit. So now you see potential immediately from the way he asked the question, don't you immediately seek his attention? For the ways after question. Teach me something that Allah will benefit me with. That's why he wants to learn not just to learn the science and medical charts. I spoke to the person. He said this.

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He said, do this. Okay. Did you do it? Nobody gave me but I'm the one whenever you see an incident to be personally, but that's not good enough. He came to learn to benefit from it. Okay, it was all

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the wording.

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He says he says the enemy love.

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know, the genuine love which of the deeds brings you closer to gentleman, because he wants you to know that he wants to do it. He's not just asking if he wants to do or a man came to the

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cave. He knows. What should I say? When I asked my boss? What should I say when they can go? So nobody wants to know. So you can do it? Not just what's the best job?

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What's great, thanks. Sometimes people ask you a question. And you give them a long answer. Like, what's the graph for this? And he took the job is attention. But you didn't even write it? You didn't need to memorize it, I'm sure.

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What are you asking me this question came along.

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And he

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didn't want to read anything. And you can see the tension there. I remember one time there was a class where we invite these people to class on campus at the university. So we told them, we purposely didn't enter the room. This is a group of people standing but there's a class today at one o'clock, we would love to see you there

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and shut down the charlatans in the door. Bye.

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Get one o'clock All right.

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And the purpose of the rule number

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one, rule number

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one is become clear here.

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Rule number one number. Oh yeah.

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Good to see you there. Of course.

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Okay. So he says, what should I say when I'm asking my Lord so

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vividly or

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what? What are

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Feeny was opening.

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Honey, Feeny was, so this is what you said in your job. And then the person gathered his fingers. Before he got his four fingers. He said these four will gather for you the deep end. And he's four words

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are commonly Fini words. Okay, so these four will gather for your deep entered this world. Because, look, what

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I need is I basically forgive me and have mercy upon me This is for the next one, what I'm feeling like to push away any kind of heart from you illnesses, diseases, all that was up to me and put me provide for me. So that's where the, these two, these four words would gather for you. You're doing it and you're Dean, and you're doing it. So, you know, he went and got the practices without hearing any other than any other generation system he went. And that's why he came and asked the question is you want to do something about it. So it was never just about information for the companions of the processes. It was never just about knowing gathering information, who's always looking to learn

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something so I can go apply. And that's the same it should be for us. We've got a Juma prayer, let me learn something so I can go home to apply implemented in my family, myself, let me go to this conference, when you learn something improved, become a better person, and don't just cut through the funnel just for the sake of being at a conference, I want to improve on it somehow better myself. And we've heard so many lectures, up to this point, we've heard a lot of lectures a lot of reminders, there must be something we can take from him something we can apply.

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So, so one in this companion, his name

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is patronymic.

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He says, and he comes to the services to inform me of something to do and remain upon beautiful word and who agrees.

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Excellent. Thank you. Thank you, sir.

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Excellent. The wordings is, yeah, this will teach me something to do and to remain upon. Just want to do it one time for five minutes and didn't do it and remain upon

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the good attention, right? So

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they can sue you for it.

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video, what to do, obviously, to execute you have to be praying, right? So it's up to you. Because you will not make one set up for a lot except that we love to raise your rank. I can't agree with it. every cent that I write.

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And that's why we read the Muslim read the Muslims act upon it. Read what is the Koran first and foremost, it's a book of guidance to you read it so you can apply with the Koran is coming up. Now you can play games with it, which not today, people play games, you share them in person.

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That's how you understand the first person how I understand the person and everyone can understand the person the way they understand them. And the person. Aren't you cute?

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That's not what it's about.

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data integrity, specific messaging. And there's a lot of evidence to say that saying something specific, right? A lot of them describe that that he revealed in the design or being in

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a lot of review the data in a language Arabic Tom, moonbeam, meaning clear, so a legitimate something clear? There's a specific meaning and you can't tell me normally we're gonna have an Islam Islam for Sweden. Okay, we have another Islam for America. And for Canada, for Asia, is not for Africa.

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With no sorry, it's just what it's about. There is many different kinds of just one is not right, not multiple. And there is one meaning of the Quran and sometimes you find the two minutes you don't necessarily contradict we can all agree with each other. Yeah. But for the most part, there's an intended meaning in the

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first degree

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that ask the people of knowledge, if you don't know. So if you could understand in any way you want to ask the people of knowledge.

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Just understand that the when you understand that, no, because there's a specific understanding, you need to get that specific answer where do you go to the table of knowledge to understand it, so that when

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we read the Quran, we act upon what it says that we can play games you're

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telling me you mean just do this and do that and you don't have to do this.

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An interesting very interesting point is that when you act upon what's in the Quran, when you act upon what the law does, commanded to do, then two things happen a little increased up doing good, and increase your being steadfast in your religion just by acting, when you ignore it, because they immediately see

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that become less steadfast. What's the proof?

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that kind of higher level,

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okay, and if they had done what they were asked to do, if they had done what they were commanded, it would have been better for them. So they will increase input

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to be more steadfast in their religion. So when you see the benefit of acting upon what Allah commanded you to do, helps you become a better person helps you become more steadfast in your religion. That's an added bonus that that means that our first point was that a lot of times people don't have the intention of gaining knowledge for the sake of acting upon it, they just gain the knowledge for the sake of gathering information. Now I'll never forget it was his brother. And he was ranked amongst the brothers he had the poorest

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acknowledge and

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credibly huge wall full of consensus was in the old days,

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from top to bottom, cassettes I've ever seen any personal library that made of audio lectures, and many of them for them to that he personally recorded.

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and in the end, what is the knowledge or is acting upon that number? I have had this many CDs.

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What is what's the value or the books

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and credit, whether the hook scores the Korea, it's nice

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to hear all the revenues here, the reviews?

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Let's have a score this gathering information useless, right? That's the first thing is that a lot of times people don't intend to go learn to they can come and act and apply. They just go to learn to have a nice time with a Hispanic event, and so on and so forth.

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Another possible reason, and this is a very good analysis here by one of the scholars, he said that the kinds of knowledge we're used to gaining or not been talked about that require action. Another common misunderstanding is that we're putting down other kinds of studies or anything like that. But for the most part, let's say in elementary school, what you learn is most of it's not that you can go on a fly. So you spent hours and hours learning about dinosaurs, for example, there's nothing for me to apply here. I gotta go see a dinosaur like cocaine or something. You just learn about themselves, okay? nothing for me to do. So then there's nothing wrong with this information. I want

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you to see the point here is what you're training. Not only knowledge, schooler. That's not the point.

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So yeah, you learn about dinosaurs for hours and hours. And you know, the Triceratops from the dinosaurs, right from the velocity of the Raptor from the Allosaurus in the Spinosaurus. And keep going, my name's there's nothing for me to do here, then you don't have a class. You don't have all the plants. There's nothing for you to do with that. Then you learn about lions, and you learn about golden marmosets and rock hyraxes and Capri bars. And these are all animal names, right? So in the end, okay, there's nothing very new here. Then you go to Islamic school in the weekend, let's say Saturday, Sunday. And

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you're like, Okay,

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you got to use the Why

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are you really supposed to do it? Now, this is supposed to be formula, this is different. Now, this type of knowledge you act upon, versus just facts about, you know, deep in the ocean, and things in the mountains and snow and springs and Okay, fine. But there's nothing to do with that knowledge. So it's not knowledge, there's something to do about it. You don't just learn it efforts for the sake of knowing and this is great information, you know, it's making do something. So what we're trying to say with this point, is that the kind of training that we call the training that we get throughout our educational years, a lot of it is just noise.

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And so we're not used when we learned about snap, we're not going to move code, okay, jump into action immediately. So of course, the solution is, now we're going to put ourselves into that mode, true or false.

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True. Thank you. So what now we're in that mode. So whenever we learn something about spring into action immediately, and it basically shows you want to discover

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there's nothing to do here like they told me about the new limit to the moon into something else. But when you are aware you're conscious of the time

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To do something about immediately. Alright, so that was our second analysis. So the first we said, a lot of times people don't go with the intention of wanting to learn. The second thing, let's call it our training, our training starts to just gather information. So sometimes that translates into Islamic Studies, and we learned about Islam. So we're gathering information again, okay? Just like the dinosaurs and blue knowledge, oceans start to spring into action. That's the whole reason you're learning. All right. The third thing,

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sometimes people don't know the rewards. And when you don't know the rewards, you just, you're not motivated into action. What is mentioned the reward in the corner. Why? What is the process? I mentioned the rewards, just so you know what you could calculate.

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But just keep an accountant Excel worksheet that has a reward? No, I let them do that rewards so you can act upon it. So to motivate you to move to do something to motivate you to action. Imagine like a company where you work, they told you whoever does this action, you'll get 2000 pounds added to this. Every time you do it, you get another 2000 pounds? What will you call your wife, honey? And then work to

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take care of the kids do not see me against me.

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Love you?

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Because Oh, I know there's a reward right there. I'll see it soon. Right?

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Or they told me if you do this action at work, we will raise you in rank, you move to the next for the next group in a bigger office, and you'd be right next to the CEO. What's gonna happen?

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So when you do this alone, raise your hand, right? We just mentioned that honey that you did not make any sense to a lie prostrate on the ground to Allah, except Allah will raise you around.

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Wow. So what do I want to do after hearing this?

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Put this to the floor all the time, because I'd love to raise your rent, go to the boss said raise your rank at work.

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Get the better office, get the money extra reward. Allah gives you reward he tells you about this reward city act upon the prophets of Allah, Allah told you in the ad that you get the reward for reading every letter, every word that every letter, right, He even gave the example if you read if not mean, an F is a low lamb is a lower mean is alert. So a lm an A for translation purposes. Now each one of them is alert that for each 100 to reward that you get 10

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I like you. So thank you for what you've been told this time. I'd like to thank you.

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Only guy who's speaking out loud.

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Thank you.

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Oh, and then you act upon it for

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time I say that people insisted that one time I said this to someone. And he was

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like, What are you trying to get me in trouble? That was never there. And then 20 minutes later.

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The rewards so the process is specifically called every lead you get 10 rewards. Do you if you read and if not me just so short that if not me 30 rewards to discover say there are over 300,000 individual letters and over 300,000 individualized. If you read the whole quote on each letter multiplied by time, how much reward is that? Oh, thank you very much, sir. Thank you 3 million. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Who wants to be in the minute? 3 million? 3 million? Is there any other book in the world where each letter to get 10 rewards? Harry Potter

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probably lose 10 million with

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sorcery and magic.

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Okay, that does the job. My first time to ever hear about Harry Potter. You know, this is a good point for this section. Not knowing about before. The first time I ever heard about Harry Potter. I was in America. And I was covering for a teacher to Koran class. There were young boys and young girls in the class. And this girl had done like this. Everyone else out there was on the table. So I woke up to see what she was doing. And she had her cardio on top of the Quran and she was really happy

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if she just knew

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30 rewards. Would you ever read any other book?

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Okay, this one zero, I read the whole book zero reward. Okay, this one every letter 10.

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Wow, that's an easy equation. But

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you're not going to spring into action. So.

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So that's done. So far, we've said, What number one, a lot of people don't come to gatherings to learn something the intention of applying and when they go home. So that's one thing we changed, you said, you're going to renew our intention from now on. Every time you pop in a CD, we put in a website, or we listen to a lecture or a book or a conference, we're doing it so that we can go home and apply something from it. We agree. Fantastic. We said, the second thing is that our training has taught us to apply knowledge. So we now have a clear distinction in our minds that yes, some kind of knowledge we get into Discovery Channel, these are just facts, and we just look at them and retain

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them and enjoy them. But Islamic knowledge, we get it so we can do something about. And then the third thing we said, we tried to find and know the rewards and things and keep the reward in front of your eyes like this. That way he was motivated to do anything, you know, the reward now for finishing almost 3 million.

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Every single one of us we need a little reward, right? We need a forgiveness.

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So I'm going to spring into action because there's a great reward. All right. Another thing, sometimes people don't care for expertise, they don't care very much for expertise for extra rewards. And you still want to do that. Right? And

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kind of like what I told you about something called the bare minimum. So if you want the bare minimum from a snap, so the mother she'll tell the child that she can become to fanatical religious, just pray five times a day. Okay?

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And when you get old,

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overdue, that's enough.

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But you'll never come take the time to studying it not to have to have an exam tomorrow.

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overdo it study, go to bed now. Okay, you don't have to get an A just get a D. Okay, for a C minus and baby league finish your studies, okay. And then you can work in McDonald's.

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Burgers because

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we want the maximum from the from the juniors to let him stay up at night to bring coffee to studies on that you will come up before for them to study again. And maybe she never woken up perfect, but

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I'm making toast them your favorite

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exercise to read read read study, get a plus and then get your glasses and there's nothing wrong with a lot of times people think that if you're religious?

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No, no, who said the religious we have to be losers are so but what we're saying is that sometimes we want the maximum from the

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Don't be too extreme. To say the word extreme, right? I'm just praying. What's extreme about that? Okay. So sometimes we come to good people. So people are sitting in a circle. And now when you enter on this group, how you shake hands with them?

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Which direction?

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from the right, yeah, what I'm trying to tell you in this point is sometimes people just don't care what extra deep extra reward? Yeah. So use will start getting set up from the right.

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So somebody will start from the left. Yeah.

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And you tell them what to expect from the right to the center you get rewarded for now Hey, Whoa, what's the difference? I go from the right from the left people are dying in Afghanistan and

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the minute you mentioned extra reward people are buying an adequate amount of stuff in the minute you mentioned anything like that. It's only people are done. So that's gonna be nobody died for me to do extra good weeks.

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So for the conference that I have to but if anybody's done anywhere in the world

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I'll go from there right now. No. Extra reward. What's the problem is it and people are so frugal when it comes to these?

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They don't care.

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People are dying. But but more people were dying when you're watching football and soccer and stuff. What was the problem then? What's your favorite sport in Sweden?

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soccer and football, okay. You say corner soccer.

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Okay, so you're watching football, people are dying. That was the problem that

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you were going to the fun places and you're doing fun things when people were dying. Just now people are dying when it comes to shaking hands from the right. People don't care about rewards anymore. So

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you want to know how

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to how to combine these

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cared about expert rewards. This is not we're not going to give an example not something that's obligatory, just an extra reward. Look how much they care. So this is one of the companions. He says, I read a shop with a whatever go online companion, he prayed, he would have a very like a llama. She's going to talk

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about the presentation. So he hadn't heard of that. You've never seen that before. So when the prayer was over, he asked him, he said, what was that that we just did? So

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I made this to do behind the other person

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behind the Prophet, so

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it says, for us to be happy.

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And I will continue to do it until I became

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something obligatory.

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not affected. Not at all. Not God. But he's a complete

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expert. This is my beloved. I'm gonna do it.

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This is how they looked at things. Now. I know people are dying.

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People exaggerating things.

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So and that's why the companions were fantastic. People live amazing. They never wanted to do something they said

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to me.

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Never. And if he ever said don't do something they never, ever once said, Be honest. Yeah.

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Never. Today, people don't care.

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Something that's disliked, or if you want to make it translate in another way something hated, or disliked. So if you do something that's more cruel, you're not under the threat of being punished. Give me an example. To me. That's

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the easy.

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Sleeping on your stomach. Very good. Eating with your left. Yeah.

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So eating the left. If you eat will do that, will you be punished?

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Now, if you sleep on your stomach, will you be punished?

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Now, so you can do it.

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But the Prophet said, he told the defenders don't do something they never asked him.

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To do it. They just immediately stopped doing it. But today, we will talk to you eating later. Ha

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ha, ha

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ha. Yes, yeah. But is that enough for you? should be enough, right? Nothing? doesn't like something? Do you have to be punished before you leave? it?

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Wouldn't when people don't like something we care, your mother's like to do something you care enough to do? Your wife doesn't

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like you to do something, you do it anyways, I mean, you.

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this was one of the companions where they cared about what the most of them said they didn't ask questions and beyond that, okay. And the other thing, of course, is that we get very used to things very,

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that will become part of our life, even though some things may be inappropriate or even impermissible. So for example, we know that you're not supposed to have pictures in your home, or statues in your home. And now this is information that only the coastal zone can tell you. They send away the angels with changes specifically in use of the angels of mercy will not enter a home for their pictures or items, not for confusion.

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It's art, he's interested in like art, understand art.

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Monet. That's really hard. It's not like that. It's the what was the enemy of all the profits until it had been?

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shipped shift. I was people being represented with stones with rocks with statues with images and being worshipped Besides, like the enemy of Islam, right. So one way to preserve establish to not allow these images and things like that. Imagine people are allowed to draw the face of the processor. What do you think would be happening today? Well, it will be it will be one way or another venerated or worse.

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Okay. And I know there are some people who have said which area but father even visited a family, they had a picture of some guy, there was a candle in front of it. And he asked me, he said, Who is this man? And they said,

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this is the perfect

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That's why we don't draw us in the

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Guess what's gonna happen that corner where there's this picture, you're going to set better respect to a corner in the morning.

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And then

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towards us, it gets worse. That's the history of ship starts off by just representing them, and then it gets worse. So that's what I'm saying, Don't be shocked, and

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statues are now

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trying to get to the statue of one in Europe. So

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when they hear this, now what happens their lives so used to be that there's no one going to remove them

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on you can keep them by the way, but you shouldn't hang them up. So if you kept them

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digitally or even in an analogous, it's not a problem, okay, but you don't hang it up, because then they specifically Have mercy on your house, not all the time. And because of all the angels take away, including angel of death, we would just hang pictures all over that two pictures on our faces that come to

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you, then you can just run into your house after that come on.

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I'm never leaving this house again.

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So it's not like that, actually. But what happens when people learn this information they can't, because he's become so used to so many things that are other magro are not permissible, he does not become such a part of our life, they will not review that they're not permissible, you're angry, we're angry.

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people not refined enough cultured.

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And of course, the big part could be environmental within the companionship. We kind of mentioned those the other day lecture.

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So by talking about how the URL used to teach, and is to learn these two, these two, learn and apply, learn and apply. Never just learn learn better than ever before. So I

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used to teach a young boy.

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So he came through the first day and she told him one, or 200. And he came to her the next day for a hobby. She told him Did you apply that we learned yesterday? He said no. Now look what she says. She says, Why are you increasing the arguments of a law against

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any difference in the audience?

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Okay, how about this? I'm going to repeat this one more time. And everybody pretend that you're removed by this. Okay.

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So she came the next day to learn another ID and she asked me, did you act upon the Amiga talking yesterday? He said no. She said, Why are you increasing the arguments of a law against you?

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Thank you.

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What happened? Everyone else?

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Okay, we'll do one more time.

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Okay, let me explain it first. Maybe we don't understand it. She's saying with you memorize an ID as an argument against you see, if I don't know, you might have an excuse.

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As to why did you do this? I never knew about it.

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But if you do, and you don't do it on a daily basis, why did you do this?

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you memorize on this day with that teacher at that time? Now unless there's an argument against you, you understand?

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So now what if if you're just memorizing, he

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has no evidence against you that you knew and you didn't act upon it. And by the way, the excuse of not knowing it is getting thinner and thinner these days, because information is all up there at our fingertips. You just have to touch a button. information comes to you. So when they get ready. When

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she said did you ask

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him yesterday? He said no. She said then why are you increasing their arguments against you?

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And that's the same way.

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He wrote in his,

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in his, in his Muslim he wrote 40,000 right? He said I never wrote

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except I acted upon it. So I'm gathering that honey. I'm not going to write a single one except for the fact that he said even when I heard

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that the Prophet sallallahu said there was no copy of this a copy in Swedish.

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Okay, so even when I had the professor had the gun, and he jumped the gun because the copy of a political he gave him a dinar. He said, I gave this

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had jumped the genome. That's how he and he emulates the prophet SAW the law he said do you act upon before you teach it to others not telling the truth. One time, I had to give a lecture on procrastinating, procrastinating? When you leave everything to the last minute. Yeah. So I have to give a lecture on procrastinate, when you need something to the last minute, you don't do it last minute, you start to do it quickly. So I want to follow the example of a man. Right, you have to do what you're going to talk about. So as we prepared the lecture at the last minute.

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Okay, you didn't get that as a joke.

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All right. So, come to the end of the lecture. How about a quick recap, number one, he said, we are going to from now on whenever we go to an Islamic event, our intention is to gain knowledge so we can apply it right general purpose, and we can apply for into CDs, and we can apply it right. That's the first thing. The second thing we said that we we have been trained to gather information throughout our schools and colleges. And now we're going to train ourselves that when it's ever Islamic studies or Islamic information, we're going to jump in spring into action immediately and understanding that general information. The third thing you said, we're going to familiarize

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ourselves with the rewards. So know the rewards, you can spring into action as well. Then we said, we're going to care about the expertise.

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Start doing it in 10 years, no care about the extra deeds and don't be, don't go on a diet from the good deeds. And if we're very used to something that we discover that you know, it's against flowers incorporated anything of this life, then we're going to make an effort to change our life. Even though our whole life is like that. Now we learn something new, we make the change immediately. And if it's anything in your environment, or friends or anything that keeps you away from applying what you learned that you tried to change that to a better environment, to better companionship, and take your knowledge one step at a time. Whatever you learn you started to apply