The Story Of Naby Adam 02

Kamal El-Mekki


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This lecture was given on April 12, 2017 at the ISGH River Oaks Islamic Center.

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The speakers discuss the concept of "angels" and how it can be seen as a witness of a ban on judgment. They emphasize the importance of men being seen as a witness and seeking forgiveness for the person who killed them. The concept of "will" is discussed, including the theory that sneezing is related to the culture of the Christian world and the importance of affirming actions and words. The conversation also touches on the use of hamsters in various situations, including during quarantine and during performance. The speakers emphasize the importance of affirming actions and words in avoiding confusion and embarrassment.

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An angel or a human? Or would you like to make the offer you one of the angels of the Lord instantly instantly say, Angel because you see them as higher. But if you go from the angle of well, they can't disobey, we can disobey. And we are obeying, that makes us harder. But then in the era, in general, the human being is at the higher level.

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Anyways, someone else, something besides that, to be a witness of the Day of Judgment for the man for that decision that was made for them. He said, an angel, the form of a man be a witness for that ban on the day of judgment that he had mercy on a woman, the man that died? Oh, I see what you're saying.

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So you said the man that needs an angel. Oh, man. Okay, good. Anyone else?

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Okay, I mean, I don't even know if it's, if it's a big deal or not. But it's just basically, yes. Could it also be like, a man to be just fine?

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You know, he's an angel.

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It's kind of confusing,

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I guess, man to be judged by another man. I don't know.

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What if you look at it from the perspective of being an angel. Angel doesn't mean the angel. You know, they monitor your whole life, but they don't understand your life like you would if you were living it, or no, I don't know. Maybe. So look, man.

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Man judging another man, instead of judging a man.

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That's pretty simple.

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Okay, velocities is two groups of angels having this disagreement. So he sends them an angel to judge between them. Yeah. But he sends him that angel in the form of human being Yes.

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If he sent an angel.

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Fantastic. I mean, that's one kind of, that's one of the clearest points here. All right. Two groups of angels are having a disagreement here. If one is sent as a judge between them, and he just looks like all of them. And he judges for this side? What does it look like? It's just another angel who took that side? Doesn't it? Yeah. So the judge always looks different, sits differently, is dressed differently. And even just that helps the psychology of accepting his judgment. versus just like I said, if two people now are having a discussion than a third guy joins him and he, he takes, you know, brother as point. Okay, just looks like two brothers on point A, one brother on point B, and

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another guy joins brother B, it looks like two guys here today. So, but it's like, I need I don't know, in this example, it's not working out. But look, a shift comes in his bishton, his turban and everything. That's his shift, we need you to tell us this judge between us on this issue here. And his position now is different. And it's not like, oh, he just took this side versus that side. So the angel coming in the form of a man comes just like the referee, why does the referee have a different uniform, and so on, and so forth. So now he's coming. And it's clear that it's not just another one of us taking a side, but he's coming to juggle between us.

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I always thought that I was just automatically believe that they recognize that it was an angel, but in just a different uniform. But I was having a discussion with one of them myself recently, he was saying it's not necessary that the recognize that he's an angel.

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And this is not a common thing where men just stand up and jump between two groups of angels, the first group of angels will be like, how come he sees us? First of all, you know, since what the human beings come and just been busting and saying, hey, Angel, having a discussion with me, let me solve this for you. So I still believe that I don't have evidence, though. And feel free to disagree. I still believe that they recognize that this is an angel, because Allah sent them an angel, why would they accept this, some random guy just to walk up to a group of angels and judge between them, and then they all just went home because some guy said, but I don't have any evidence,

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I still believe that. They knew this was an angel. And he sent as a judge from a lot of data. That's why they accepted the judgment. I don't have any improvement. There's nothing on the other side, either. Wishing if you if you if and please forgive me if I'm repeating something somebody else said before, and that was wrong. But if you take it as judging between two groups of angels, what you're saying makes sense. And you know, I'm a lawyer. So I understand that we sit on different levels, that's fine. But that would elevate the level of men in a particularly interesting way that I don't think is required by the Hadeeth. Or by the story. It's not necessary for men to be above angels in

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that sense, right? Because the judge is not going to be below. But on the other hand, the angel that was sent the deciding angel that was sent weighs in, on the side of the men

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is he comes in the form of man, all the people listening to the story.

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Men, the angel that comes down is, you know, the angel day inclined towards the people inclined toward this angel. I mean, they may favor one group of angels themselves. But he's, he's already he's sent as a man I think more to please the listener

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to please the listener, yeah, the people all of us because it doesn't matter what form of us want that the angels don't care what for me was sent he was sent by Allah to decide between them he they're going to decide they're going to accept it because

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there's no there's no requirement for them. And then if it's spectacle if it's if it's you know, judge and these things, then which impact is greater on us that he comes down and he argues in favor of man. And so we accept it. You know, we're like we inclined towards that. Yeah, he was sympathetic. We're all sympathetic to this poor man. And we can even say this poor man, he killed 100 people, but we inclined towards him anyway. Because we want that forgiveness. We want that, you know, and we want to be forgiven. Otherwise, why would you? Why would you root for the guy who killed 100 people? You wouldn't? You're saying just to recap and see if it took a while. No, it's

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Your lawyer.

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So you're saying that it was not about the doesn't matter what form he came in? It wasn't really for the angels is for the greater impact on us. Yeah. Okay. Very nice. I like it very much. Look, some of you probably just hated this discussion and others love did not absolutely love these kinds of things where we go into detail and say, Okay, what are some possible wisdoms here? And just like honestly, I've been hearing this for 20 years. And then just five years ago, I thought, Why? Why does the judging Angel come in the form of a man and I just think it's always interesting. Okay, so let's see where we left off here. That we said, let's let's go back a little bit here to when we

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said that Allah subhanaw taala created fashioned Adam. So the soil was was taken to the floor from different parts of the earth, water was added mud, and then it was shaped, and then atomized, then of course, it dried, and Adam sub sat there as clay. And of course,

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when we say clay, we were created from clay. That's the name of that substance. And initially, it was that, but it was altered, right? So when when we fall, we don't break like a clay pot. Okay. And sometimes people think like one guy, this is a true story, one guy told me, you know, when it rains it, the jinn don't come up, because they're creative fire.

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It doesn't say that.

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The jinn comes into your house, it catches on fire also. But this poison mannerism, a smokeless fire, so it's not like actual fire or Angel. Angels are created from light, and

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they're graded from light. So when the engine is a mess, even though the lights are off, suddenly is bright enough to turn on the lights.

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Like that. So the substance has been altered, but initially, originally, that's, that's where it came from. So then other item was left standing like that, completely informed, but no soul born into not alive yet. And it is said, and you know what this language means it is said, is narrated that if please would come, and he would wander at this created being, and he would touch this being, and they would say they would enter from one side and come out the other end. And he figured that this is a weak beam. And he said that if if basically if Allah gives me power over your dominant you why because this is a being that is hollow from the inside, which indicates weakness, how, remember,

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it believes himself is a being that can eat and drink, but he is hanging out and he's up there at the level of angels who don't eat and drink. He's familiar with the loss of how God will also doesn't eat and drink. And beings that don't even drink, they don't tire, you eat and drink because you need to replenish your energy which means your energy gets depleted. And so that means you you get tired you feel fatigued you may even need to rest and sleep and so on to replace your energy. But and that's why I'm sort of the philosophy.

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Allah who summit and we translated now as I say is the one the eternal the absolute, but the word summit also has another meaning and he allegedly chose the word that also means and let me let you find out that which is not hollow.

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So you get an added bonus from that word. Allah subhanaw taala tells you that he's Samad eternal absolute, but it also the word indicates

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It means something that is not hollow. And you already get so many lessons just from knowing this one word that Allah subhanaw taala is not hollow, meaning he does not need to eat, it does not need to drink. And if you don't need to eat and drink, your health doesn't deteriorate, your energy doesn't deplete or diminish and you don't need to rest and recuperate and re energize yourself. That's a hallucinate. What I know, you know, that does not take does not need or is not taken by sleep, nor, like a nap does need to read rest or replenishes energy. And that's why of course, we don't believe in the whole God rested on the seventh day thing at all, because neither.

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it bleeds figured that this would be a weak beam because it's hollow. Instantly, it naturally has to be weakened, he's horrible. Then, Allah subhanaw taala blew the soul into

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the roof into the body of other malasana. And when the soul entered, it got to his nose and he sneezed. And Allah subhanaw taala tells him when hum De La Salle hamdulillah. And Adam said that the law and the laws of how to understand your hammacher rabuka

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your Lord has mercy on yo Adam. And so the scholars and I'm going to go a little bit into something about sneezing here because, like it's the only opportunity to talk about sneezing and some of these etiquettes and some interesting things about it. So the scholars say then why do we think Allah subhanaw taala when we sneeze, and insane Bukhari, the Muslim said, Allah likes the act of sneezing and dislikes the act of yawning. Okay, so if any of you sneezes and praises Allah, it is a duty on every Muslim who hears him to say your hammock a lot on every Muslim one. So the first line of defense, like everyone has to say, or one can say on behalf of others, we'll come back to that

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discussion. Like you sneeze in diversity.

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Diversity, okay.

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Very cool.

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Also, another Buhari also said, If any of you sneezes let him say Alhamdulillah. And what his brother or his companion say, and of course it means just also your love. And if he says to him, your hammock, Allah let him say in response, in return, you have equal lovers. May Allah guide you and correct your or rectify your condition.

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But there's a hadith where a Muslim were the pasilla, there were two men, one of them sneezes, and the two of them sneeze, basically. And the Roslyn says, You have Temecula to one of them. On the column, Allah have mercy on you to one of them and not to the other. So the man said, is nice. But you didn't say to me, and the person said that he praised the law and you didn't. He said, the law. So he told me, but he didn't say 100. That's why I didn't say to you.

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And the both of them said that one of you sneezes and praises a lot then say, Good luck to him. But if he does not praise Allah, then do not say it. And I'm stating this on purpose, because we're gonna base some rulings based on this, honey. Okay. So the first thing is, why do you say the laughter sneezing? And what do you think of lasagna and praise them after sneezing? Well, one, it's, it is a relief from whatever irritant was in was in your body, and you're getting it out. And whatever irritant it could be. It could be pollen, it could be some kind of animal hair that you are allergic to. And so when you sneeze, the force pushes it out. If it stayed than you didn't sneeze,

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you would keep just being irritated the whole time from it and your eyes, watering and all that other stuff.

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So, and then I need some interesting things from like Web MD and all that stuff. They told you that when you sneeze, first of all, it's very, it's a very strong joke. It's a very strong joke. And the scholar has mentioned this, like, these are the classical scholars. Before we get into medicine, they were saying that it's such a powerful jolt that shakes the body. And in fact, a lot of how you got through that, and it's very powerful. And they started describing about what happens to the muscles and how they, you know, constrict so quickly. And so you push out all this material, and it comes out at the speed of

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Yeah, 100 miles per hour.

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Faster comes up, and it can go as far as 12 feet away from

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Malaysia when you get home. It's only worse than right there.

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So that's

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so look at the power look at this speak, but they say that now the scientists say that when you sneeze it typically the sneeze pushes out with it. 100,000 germs

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so it's not a real issue.

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Not a good thing or not the oldest leaving you 100,000 germs leaving your body.

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Then there's

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just some interesting journey, it starts in the nerves. And that's why you have the

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foot topic, we call it full topic sneezing. This is like, and the numbers aren't accurate here, but some say from 10 to 35% of the population other say one in three people under say, from 1810 to 30, or 18 to 35% of the population, sneezes, and we're looking at a bright light. So if these numbers are correct, we should have some people here right now, who sneezes if they look at the sun or at a bright light.

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This is very, very wrong. There should be at least 10 to 30% of us putting their hands up right now. There are some of you who have not experienced, they're out sneezing somewhere.

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Well, maybe some of you have not tried that.

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Like, you're like originally, African descent. So our eyes are not as sensitive to yours. I'm not joking. Okay. You're not

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caught concentration The room is not.

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I mean, you're right about that it is it is related to the nerves that we said sneezing begins on the nerves. And that's why you typically do not sneeze in your sleep. Because the the let's just call them the sneeze nerves. They go to sleep also when you go to sleep. That's why you typically don't sneeze in your sleep. But again, you won't go to sleep tonight. Put some pepper, right and you wake up and sneeze.

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All right. Another thing we said. So that that's the sneezer, we're going to call it because the medical term I forget

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is right next to the optic nerve. And for some people, the wires cross and so when they see bright light, the command to to make the pupils smaller. This is a What's that?

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trigeminal nerve? Trigeminal? Yes, it is very good trigeminal nerve. It's a trochlear nerve. Yeah.

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Yeah. And so let's but you're familiar with this sneeze from looking at the light? I'm just thinking about it. I don't know. There's a lot of stuff on it. And the reason I've known it since I was like 10 years old, 15 years ago, is that my younger sister, she would always show it to us, we didn't believe her to look at the sign that she could sneak Oh, you're faking it?

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It's real.

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Okay, anyways.

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Just look it up. It's called

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photic sneezing photo from light.

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Okay, and it's interesting, I found a number of these studies, what's the best way to suppress your sneeze, and islamically the scholars talk about suppressing your sneeze or covering when you sneeze. And they mentioned two things. And these are classical scholars. And before the good study of germs and all that stuff came on, they said one because whatever you have, you don't want it to spread to others. And they said this a long time ago, they said to because other stuff might come out not maybe necessarily related to germs, but just disgusting. Gross people up. So you cover when you sneeze. So then we've got the covering with the hands, we've got people with no respect, we just

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don't cover at all. And we've got the covering with the hands. Then we've got into the elbow, and then we've got into the handkerchief. And so you watch these videos, and oh what's you know how they always make everything look like a standard of days. What is the best way to sneeze we've got our experts in a doctor. So ICP cameras, and then they have these two, they drink some of that food coloring and not drink but the gargle with it so they can trace the spray and all that. But in this test, so they need one without and it just flies all over the place show you in slow motion or when they have someone sneeze into their hands and you see the vapors flying because a lot of pressure

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from flying through through and just coming all over the place. Right? besides getting all over the hands now with the coloring, you can clearly see it. Then they sneeze into the elbow and the guy who does it keeps his nose out. So it goes everywhere.

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And then these nice little handkerchief and nothing comes up. And then the Mythbusters do their own test and it because the first study concludes that the handkerchief is the best. And the main the Mythbusters do the opposite. And then when he sneezes into his elbow, it covers it Well, nothing comes up.

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But then when they sneeze into the handkerchief because now it's died. Do you see the dye and the active becomes completely wet?

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Then it seeps through the hands. And then then you get to put it in your pocket, then you cannot, you know, take it out again and touch things and touch, shake hands and touch the pan and give it to someone. So they conclude that the elbow in that test was better than the handkerchief because you don't touch it again. And it just, I mean, what, how often do you touch this and touch something? Do you even touch these places? But so they're saying the elbows better and that's I think, what the

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signage on that so you might see. Yes, thank you.

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So that's what they're recommending.

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Okay, so, then, when when someone sneezes, it's called fish meat? It's called fish meat. When when you say your ham, Camilla, Maria amakhala. Yeah. And fish meat is basically

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when you feel good, and you rejoice at someone else's misfortune? Yeah, that's fish meat. So whose misfortune here? Not the guy sneezing? No, not the guys in the misfortune is for the for a police here for the wine. And that's why Allah loves the likes the sneezing? Because

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one, you praise Allah

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hamdulillah. Then the other Muslim, makes the offer you for Rama? All right. All these are things that are going to, for lack of a better term, take off at least one you praise Allah, to the other believer, maybe even a complete stranger, who walk by you and make the offer Rama, when would that happen? And when would you walk in the street walk by a complete stranger who just look at you and say, your hammock Allah will never happen unless you sneeze, he's gonna say to you automatically. And then three you make to offer them to be guided and further conditioned to be rectified. So that's two that's what gets a police. And that's what we make the Schmidt because we rejoicing and

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his misfortune, and his being any vexed and angry and what have you because of this?

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Okay, then,

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then there is there are some questions like what if your, your baby sneezes? Your baby's not gonna set hamdulillah? And he does just run this label?

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A newborn? Like a two month old?

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Maybe it was his blanket?

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blanket, we're gonna sell people right?

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Or an app? Sure, maybe not.

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So this quarter said that this is nice. And it just kind of said that it's there is no

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there is no harm if the parent says Hong Kong a lot. Because the Hadeeth. In the beginning, they made a differentiated separation here between someone who's capable of saying the Hadith we mentioned earlier, and say Muslim, you don't say it now. Because clearly the person refused to say it to the person who didn't tell him the law. And that was a lesson to them also. So young boy who is six or seven says, sneezes, and he doesn't say.

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But you could tell him he said hamdulillah because teaching is always there, right? But if it's an infant who couldn't say it at all, some scholars said there's no harm in saying it. And

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and that's it. All right.

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Let me discuss what if someone sneezes during Salah while he's praying to say it hamdulillah they can say it to themselves very quietly. But they shouldn't say it out loud. And if they say it out loud, the person hearing it shouldn't say hung in the middle of solid hunting.

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You just supposed to say quality yourself. And if you don't say anything, it's gonna say that you're not sinning either. And if you sneeze and you don't make a sound, and you don't even say, I'm not even after the follow, there's no sin, obviously, in it.

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But then you can question yourself, whenever someone is like praying, and you're sitting there, you're not praying and he needs to say, the law. And you say your macula, and the guy was praying. You should supposed to answer him back or not.

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So you're just sitting next to a guy who's praying, he sneezes and says of hungry. You said hum, coma? Yeah. And just like I said, I'm someone who's praying. I don't know if you know that. Yeah. You can walk by someone who's praying. He says, you come home Your wife is praying. As you enter the house in Santa Monica. What does she say?

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She says

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respond with the hand. The person was praying and someone made Lampton he raised his hand

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as a response back and is it just to indicate I'm responding back to so the the guy praying would not respond here at all?

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All right, so you sneeze you say and these are all from authentic hadith I'm just gonna skip going into the each Hadith in detail, but these are the ones you said hamdulillah or you can say Alhamdulillah Allah.

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So, you praising a line all situations, three you can say at hamdulillah have been Allah me, these are all from the Hadith, right? Then the responses can be the Kamala Wales little Bella, Camilla guide you and rectify your condition. Or you can say, yo, yo, la will enter welcome. May Allah forgive us. And you or Allah Who? What I found on last one Asana law, what yakun mean enough? Yeah. Or you can say your handle a law, what the way of Atlanta welcome.

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Common Law,

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enemy, if it's confusing, stick to what you're already saying. But as long as it's in one of these things, there's normally a harmony with

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these things that people add, you just stick to the

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name of, yes, the bathroom, right? So all right.

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Now, if you're in the process of relieving yourself, then you say internally, you don't want your autonomy. Okay, if you're in the middle of that process, if you're out in the in and out of the stall, then can you say Alhamdulillah. And this gets to a discussion of what constitutes the bathroom. Because back in the old days, the bathroom was really like an outhouse, or, you know, outcomes, right? It's basically like a hole in the ground for an install, the material does not leave the area, the material is there. So some scholars argue that I'm just going to give you a number of the different opinions. Some scholars have argued that when you're in the stall, and when

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you're done, and you flush, the material leaves, it's not in that area. So this is like, again, the gonna go higher with the opinions. So they say even the stall in today's modern bathroom isn't really a bathroom, because the material doesn't stay in that room, it moves instantly. Whereas in the outhouse, it's in there. And that's why you don't mention a lot and all that stuff. So so then

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there's this is like, lowest saying in the store, even then it's not a bathroom, because you flush it's gone. Other say no, the stall is the bathroom, but outside it is not considered part of the bathroom. Because where you make will say at the university bathroom, you've got stalls, and you've got the sinks here. So if I'm at the sink area, then then I can say Bismillah, and all kinds of things. Even if I took the opinion that that is about food, even though the sink area, but if I took the opinion that says no, that's a bathroom, I can still say Bismillah before will do. Because saying I was named the bathroom would be at the level of macro. But saying Bismillah before will do

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his word. And you don't leave a word for a macro. It's a lower level. So he was still saying, right. But we're going with the opinion that Okay, so let's say you don't want to believe that inside the store is not a bathroom anymore because the material leaves, then you're with the opinion that on the area with the sinks are and all that stuff. That's not the bathroom because it's not the stall. It's not where you relieve yourself. It's where you wash and make will do what everything. Regardless, by the way, there is no opinion that says you cannot speak in the bathroom. The Hadith are clear that you do not speak while relieving yourself. But sometimes you make an odor you walk

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in, you walk in, there's a brother or sister.

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So everything's you

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know, you can talk about them.

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They still won't talk. There's no, you can speak in them. Clearly you can speak while relieving yourself.

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I don't want to make jokes because I love these kind of things. But they say unless in the time of emergency

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I'm not gonna give examples I used to anyway.

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All right.

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all right, and put on top of that. Like sometimes at the university when you walk into the bathroom, there's like a shelf and the goal was a half wall. Then you go into the area of the sinks and the stalls and the areas where you put your book back. And so they said the scholars are saying that if you had a must have and you walked in you put your bag there you're not putting in the bathroom according to this opinion. Yeah. And and of course if the Mossad is in your

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Your phone or something? That's not

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once you turn it off, it's gone. It's not like the letters are still in your phone written somewhere.

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Who is?

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Some scholars is that

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keeping the lid on? Like down?

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makes the bathroom like

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just gets down. Yeah, like the lit up is like a little more more

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like you make it more sacred but holy, I don't know what was the word?

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Realistically, I mean, I don't know what that realistically is, is the material has left the room. Now the lid is up or down. That's American discussion.

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So what do you bring down the little keep it open? It doesn't make the bathroom any holy or unholy or anything?

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Where are we? Fine. Let's just move on with this music thing. How much time do you have 15 minutes of just spend the whole day sneezing?

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there's a discussion that what if someone sneezes like, five times in a row or six times in a row or something like that? What do you do here?

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And, and by the way, just so you know, the

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saying of hum cola is as soon according to chef, the chef.

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According to the hamburgers, Hanafi is obligatory, according to the Maliki's. And some ham believes that it is a communal obligation that if you're in a room with 20 people, and you sneeze and you say at Hamdulillah, and one of them says you're gonna lower your macula. And that's enough. We don't have to have every one of the 27.

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And if they answer every one of them, says that on behalf of everybody else. And that seems to be the opinion that the majority of us are following right now. Someone sneezes in a class, you don't have everyone in the room, say it to them, right? The lecture style speaker

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and he's like answering everybody standing at the door.

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So if you sneeze five times, they say that the school has mentioned that you you say of Hong Kong law three times and then after that, you can say that?

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Where is it?

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Basically, Ganja afac Allahu Allah.

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What is an

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Africa Africa, Allah grant, you will be gradual recovery. Because typically you sneeze more than three times a person who uses five, six times either they've got allergies, or they've got some issue that's going on or a cold. And so you tell them Africa, like curry from whatever issue you have, as you're going on, like five, six times.

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If someone sneezes during the hook, but on a Friday, I was given a hope when someone sneezes, there's he said, hum, do we laugh out loud? And do people tell him a lot?

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Yes, sorry, shake baccala. So instead of the Schmidt, instead of the regular, he did it three times, and then you're not going to sit there all day. So you can tell me.

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Now I just couldn't do a well being. I'm not gonna sit here and just

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say like, what if you're on a road trip or something? Are you going somewhere you know, which is like a road trip from one side of Houston to another. Right. And, and the President's policies and they just keep sneezing the whole chip in the hole. Typically.

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If you have if you want to say that there's no harm, but you want to give him the first three and just say I'm a law graduate.

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Then you really for the rest of the trip.

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Friday sermon, you sit quietly to yourself, and no one should say a comma, comma.

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That's to the extent that's how much we don't talk to each other.

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So you would say quietly to yourself, no one will tell you or anything like that. All right, let's end this thing.

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So the

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had a lot of dislikes yawning dislikes. So we said that you said 100 down when you sneeze What do you say when you yawn?

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You always find people on the on the other sister for love.

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audible Lang minister phonology

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and there is nothing in the Sharia in Prosser lamp mentioned young and he mentioned the etiquette is to cover it and to suppress it but he never mentioned anything that you should say. So he didn't come in and he said you just taught you young you don't have to make the car and you don't say old lifestyle regime. Now, the adage says the problem said nerd Bible, if any of you feels the urge to yawn, but in resisted as much as possible for if any of you says

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the yawning sound, the shaytaan laughs now, this ad and others let's see the other interview yawns but him cover his mouth list the shape on Enter.

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And the other one in mind, if any of you feel the urge to Yama in, resist as much as possible, let's the shape on enter his mouth. And then in another hiatus, I have a job, man. There's also the shirt on enters when a person yawns. Okay, so basically the issue of yawning goes into the realm of the next word, the unseen. All right. And we don't know exactly what happens in the world of the gym when you yawn. Or why does it make them laugh? Okay, is this do they find find the sound funny? They poke their hand into your mouth when it's open and laugh at you or something? We don't know. That's, that's the unseen world. Right?

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They found this. I mean, how we look funny with a sound funny, or they appreciate the fact that you're tired and because they love for the human being to be lazy, to sleep to be sluggish. And that's why we have the art of seeking refuge with Allah from a person from being lazy, right? So can we associate yawning with laziness, sluggishness, fatigue, we can make the association we're not saying it's blameworthy if you have a long day. And then at midnight, you're yawning yawn.

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But how do you yawn? You don't. It's not a dental exam.

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Everyone else is now yawning. Also the whole house

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to cover to cover your yarn with your hand. You shouldn't be very loud. No, no. And sometimes in mid sentence, people are yawning.

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Then continue the sentence, you know?

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I'm so inclined to give you more demos here, but

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right. Okay.

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Very good. So and this is the person who yawns I don't know why anyone want to dispute that. And you cannot set up some kind of camera to prove or disprove this. This is something from the world of the unseen. And what is also how can they talk, but how does this happen? Give you nightmares, and how does he whisper to you and all that stuff allows you can give him access. And that's why the President said that the shaytan will run through the veins of Adam just like the blood coursing through your veins. So

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with the first one was inside Buhari, the second one was authentic from Abu Dhabi. The third one was me on the map. The fourth one is binding on

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john Nelson,

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a man who said it's the role of the MC. So if like you have some kind of Muslim who wants to challenge us, like, based on what grounds Are you challenging it? Right? The only thing we have is like the only one who would know the unseen is a large religion and the only one who might know of the unseen after being informed by a laundry list of processes. And so we just follow the etiquette we on we cover our mouth, and that's the end of that story. We don't say anything, we don't make stuff out or seek refuge from the Shabbat. And so and most people will say out as a black surgeon because he's going to enter but you covered.

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It's not like you need an exorcism. And because you're young, just at that level.

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By very good

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policy. Let's we've done that.

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Yes, sir. Yes.

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What is nice, something physical, you're saying? Because if you're saying that the whole point of seeming is to get

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things, I mean, germs and whatever out of your system, or something as pure of God right

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into the body then why was he sneezing? Yeah. So when we were saying but it removes irritants and germs and all that that's like the medical side of it. But there are many things that can cause sneezing, any irritation, anything tickling up there

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in your

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any irritation and they did mention I did read about this today about how some people as a witch, nobody in this room has that experience, but they mentioned as you pluck your eyebrows, you also might sneeze. And that because of the proximity of that nerve to those nerves. Like I said no one in the room is that

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right? So, so there are many things that could cause any kind of irritation tickling, you know. And so spicy food, why is it food? What Yeah,

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you are for.

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So the so then the row has entered. And then when Adam is an MCs from the fruits of his agenda, before the rock is still there, or the soul is still being born into him still going down to his feet. He hasn't reached there yet. When it says from the roots of gender, he tries to reach for them already. And

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that's why it was hot Allah and many of the scholars link this to the verse, who defend in Sano Minaj, or the other verse,

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or joola, the human being was created hasty, always in a rush. He's not able to move yet, but talk about being hungry. And you can see how I'm so hungry. But you still have nutrients in your body because you ate some hours ago. Right? But talk about nothing ever been in your body. So yeah, he was hungry, right? And he saw through the fruits of agenda tried to reach for them before the soul even continued all the way down into his body. Then Allah subhanaw taala we have what?

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Yeah, but let me see what I can cover here.

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Then under

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Adam Masada aliquid dumping wiped over his back for soccer, farming, he could lose ness imagine every sport from out of his backing every offspring and all the offspring of Adam, until the Day of Judgment came out in some form, some say in spirit form, or some kind of representation of every child of Adam ever came out.

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I mean, yeah, you know, you're welcome until the deal give me every every offspring of Adam came in this representative form, which Allah Vina inaequalis assignment will be something new. And then Allah

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made a

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beam or a glow of light. Is this our I don't know, machinery that but let's wait for them.

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I apologize. I thought it was a machine playing.

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I don't know why we think that. But so then, so there was a beam of light, like going from each one of these beams. Then the Melissa lamb notice and that one of the offspring. And it was it couldn't be the direction that other machine was looking in. Or it could be because of his proximity and others were far in the back. But he particularly noticed an extra bright light coming out of one of the souls. So he asked Who is this? And he was told this is a man from the last of the nations from your offspring. His name is doed. So is the old adage Salah? Because there's always that person what about the brain more about his life? And wouldn't it be brighter because he's one of the five top

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messengers but maybe Brian was over here. And he was looking here? I don't know.

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I mean, I was there.

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Remember it?

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later on.

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So then, Adam said,

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what what is his

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lifespan, like his age until death? Yeah. If you want to get technical here, you know, you meet a lot sometimes even for those who speak Arabic, especially you might meet someone on there, they might see a child and has to come along. Yeah. And if you want to get technical just doesn't it? beneficial point. Everyone understands what it means when you tell a child Come on, right? How old are you and he says I'm seven. But what you really feel like a technical what you're really asking is what is your lifespan?

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He doesn't know.

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And that's why he will always say you will always hear like classically they will say he was in the 17th year from his armor. savvy I'm in the wrong way. Because his almost his whole lifespan and a lot decrease already. And he is in the 20th year from his armor right?

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So that's why more accurately you see come cynic. Yeah, but I used to always tell to come cynic and you do this to me

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is the truth. So sometimes you just give up and just start to say the wrong thing. But again, it's not like it's like when you say eat yummy, yummy Mubarak when you say not eight but when you say Mubarak to someone. Oh, you have a child. No, not Mubarak. Millbrook. Yeah. Oh, you got a new baby. Garlic.

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Millbrook is like a Campbell has kneeled down or kneel down to

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kneel down upon your main kneel down upon the I don't know what you're saying. Because really Mubarak, that's what in the hadith of qobuz nomadic they came to him and everyone kept saying Mubarak, it could Toba? Nobody said no. brocolli Millbrook Baraka is to when you go down on your knees, you kneel down anyone's butt again.

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Everybody, everybody.

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Okay, let me just finish this, at least. And

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so he said his name will be though. So atoms have come around role, what will be his lifespan his age? And they said 60 years? 60 years? So he says to Allah, are you gonna be Oh my god, the human Henri arbaeen a Santa give him 44 mileage lifespan, because Adam knows he's gonna live for 1000 years. And remember, this one is gonna come tomorrow next week. It's an important point. He knows he's gonna live for 1000 years. So when he saw such a bright and special, one of his offspring said, How long is he gonna live? 60 years? Give him 40 from me. I've got 1000 I can afford to get 41 of my children. So then when it was when other Muslim was 960 years old. Later on on Earth, the angel of

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death came to me. And Adam, Adam said, I'm just like,

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for you. What are you here for? And then you listen, I'm here. Of course, these were not the words that he said. I'm gonna take your soul. And other iclm said no, I'm supposed to lead to 1000. He said, No, you gave for it to one of your offspring. Remember? And the Hadith says, Jehovah for Jehovah.

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Witness Yeah, Adam fernet. Yet the warrior to

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read. So he said Adam denied. So his offspring had this quality in them also of denying something. And Adam forgot. So his offspring forgot that the same quality either made a mistake, and his offspring had the same quality of making mistakes. So Adam denied not because he decided he wanted to live, he decided because the next point he forgot. I mean, he denied because he forgot. Sometimes you deny? Because you don't want to do something. But you know you. You're supposed to or you committed to it. But sometimes you deny something because you forgot. someone tells you remember when he said that? I don't remember that? I didn't say that? You did. I didn't say that. I have an

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email from you. Oh, you're right. So I denied the first time because I forgot.

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denied because he forgot. And from the grace and blessing and mercy of Allah, he was allowed to remain until 1000. And though the resident was still given the extra 40. So everyone got that was in the forefront. And

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there's a discussion related to this incident where all the entrepreneurial Adam and M came in that form in front of a large legit, and he made them testify against themselves and testify that Allah is their Creator. I just took up the incident, am I not you look Aloo bada hidden? They said yes. And we testify.

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And so this event is an event that you don't recall. But the result of this event is what is known as the fitrah. Your innate nature, your natural disposition. And that's why people are born ready to believe in Allah subhanaw taala as a result of this incident, and maybe next week, we're gonna have the discussion of can you can the fitrah be altered or not? And it can you corrupt? This fitrah and some of our speakers in our DOD that we respect, they're arguing that guess the atheist has completely formatted their fidra and they don't have any belief in the existence of a lawsuit. And I'm going to make the other argument. I'm going to try to make both, but I'm gonna try to make the

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argument that there's, there's no way you can do that. And we'll make so there's that's one discussion we're gonna have next week. Then we're going to discuss the size of Adam Isilon because there's something called square cube law. All right, and we don't have time, right. I don't want to get an unreal, but they're arguing that Adam couldn't have been that big. It's impossible for a human being to be that big. The heart the bones destructions wouldn't work. I found some speakers saying it's impossible. We're gonna

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See what because it's authentic and what's the answer to that? We'll look at that next time.