Tazkiyya wa Tarbiyya #18 – What are major and minor sins?

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala tropaeolum Ba will mousseline Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam to Stephen Caufield and cathedra. From Abbado, my brothers and sisters in our lesson on mosquito nets, I think it is important to think about one very fundamental thing. And that is

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how do we view disobedience of Allah?

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Now, people are this question.

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Like a friend of mine asked me this question about, I was talking to him about

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customs and practices that we have taken we as Muslims, especially in the Indian subcontinent, which we have taken from different cultures, and we have introduced them as essential customs in our Muslim weddings.

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Now, there are a number of reasons why this is

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reprehensible, for example, dowry, it is, haram, it is shameful for the man to take money from the woman to marry her.

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I'm not even talking about all the coercive methods with which this is done, even if it is given willingly and voluntarily.

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It is something which is utterly shameful. Second thing is all the other different kinds of customs that are practiced, I don't want to, you know, I believe that mentioning evil itself is is is avoidable. So I'm not going to list all the customs, the people who don't know those customs, the handler is something that is good not to know, it is not beneficial knowledge for you. But for those who know the customs, then you know what I'm talking about.

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The problem is that all of these costs are the two major issues with this. One is that these all add to the overall expense for the wedding.

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Which goes against the whole

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trend of our trend and the whole

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essence of marriage in Islam, which is to make it as easy and as economical as possible. This goes this goes in the opposite side makes it as difficult and as expensive as possible. Second thing is that when these things are done by people who have the money, and who believe they can afford it, they set a very bad example for others who can't afford it, but who believe that they should do it because they are seeing their within course leaders doing.

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So they incur debt, and they fall into even worse traps. Now, when I speak against about this and against this, and I've always spoken against this, I've stood against this, I have never participated in any of these functions. And I strongly I strongly.

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I strongly condemn these functions and I tell people very clearly to stay. If you are a Muslim, then get your son or daughter married the way Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam got his daughter Fatima to the hara, or the Allahu Anhu married to his cousin, Ali, you know, Italian or their Lord. That is our standard. And if you think that you have a higher standard than that of the Rasul and that is between you and Allah subhanaw taala I don't want to say anything about it. As far as I'm concerned, the highest possible standard in the world is that of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam for anyone who is a Muslim.

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And if there is a difference of opinion on that, then that's between you and Allah, I'm out of it. Now, what did he do? He conducted the Nica of his daughter and sent her to Sally's house and he told us I rarely do the walima

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that's it.

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This is the essence of the wedding in Islam. It's a beautiful and a very, very fine way which makes the halaal easy and the Haram difficult.

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Now, and because we follow this

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as the Sunnah of Rasulullah Salah,

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the wedding is becomes A an act of Ibadah it becomes an act of worship for which Allah subhanho wa Taala will reward us we are marrying the woman

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the woman is marrying the man for their personal fulfillment or the personal need because they love them and so on. But Allah is rewarding them for that because of the way they are doing that which is according to the Sunnah of yourself. Now instead of following the Sunnah of Rasulullah Salah if you introduce

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customs and practices into it from all over the place, then obviously first first calamity and first

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problem is that it will no longer be considered to be an a bother. So you are going to lose the reward of that.

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And secondly, you will be held accountable for going against the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu which is a guna to deliberately go against the Sunnah of the NABI la Salam is a major sin guna Hey Kabira now,

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somebody asked me this question, they said yeah guna Hey Kabira Hika Is this a guna Hey Kabira now with due respect,

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the problem is a lot of people who make these who who, who use these chalet is still ahead who use these technical legal terms.

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Please forgive me for saying that. But if I turned around and asked you please describe for me,

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what is the meaning of Guna havila the chalet meaning

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right in in jurisprudence in Islamic jurisprudence? What is a major sin? Please give me a definition. Give me the legal definition.

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Nine times out of 10 You have no clue. You heard this term from somewhere and you are spouting it.

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In order we have a muscle harpaz matura name Hakeem copra John Nim moolah Fatima

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you know, a name Hakeem means somebody who is a

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bogus doctor, right?

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Who is a half doctor,

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he is a danger to life. And somebody who pretends to be a scholar is a danger to him. And

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so my first submission to is please stop using sharee still had when you have no clue what it means. First of all, second thing is understand this. We have these two terms guna Kabira, and Selena, right? The the major sins and the minor sins. Now, first and foremost, the thing to ask ourselves is why do we even have this at all? That it major and minor? What what is the need? Were these terms there at the time of Rasulillah Salam and the sahaba?

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Did the did the province Salah Salem ever have some Sahabi come to him and say jasola? Is this a major sin or binary? Nobody ever did.

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If they said Allah does not like, that was it as far as the Sahaba were concerned? That was this term. Allah does not like finished, I don't have nothing more to say.

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These terms came later on when Islamic law

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was codified, right when Islamic law was codified, and when the legal terminologies came to be. And may Allah subhanaw taala bless the Imam May Allah bless the fuqaha May Allah bless the jurists who did this amazing service to Islam and to our jurisprudence by codifying these laws, and by codifying the rulings so that they become easy for reference, and they become easy for judges to pass their judgments. Right. Every judge doesn't have to reinvent the thing he can refer to the court and hamdulillah for the purpose of codification, the jurists they separated

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sins into major and minor.

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when I say that it's up for for the qualification, why, why what was the need, because depending on the sin,

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there are some punishments which are associated with them. Now, some of these punishments are directly mentioned in the Quran. Some of these are mentioned by Rasulullah Salem, in the Hadith. So they compared the took those and they said these are the major sins for which these punishments have been specified. For example, what is the punishment for murder? This punishment has been specified, what is the punishment for theft, punishment will be specified? What is the punishment for Xena for fornication and adultery, fornication, meaning, that the the, the perpetrators the participants are not married adultery is when they are married. There are two different rulings for that and so on

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and so forth. So, these are rulings which are specified. Now, there will be other things which are still since but but for which there is no stated punishment to be levied. For example, take the example of waiver of backbiting. Riba has been prohibited very clearly, in so many words in Sumatra Hydra in the Quran and in other places.

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When Allah subhanaw taala is strictly prohibited in total odorata. Allah said doing Greymouth backbiting slander is like eating the flesh of your dead brother for curry to more Allah said, This is disgusting for you do and and to repel, not to disgusted when you think about it like that.

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But is there a punishment associated with that? If somebody is doing a river? Is there a punishment associated with this world? Is that person supposed to be caned or flogged or fined or jailed? Or what should be? What should be done to that boss? Is there any punishment? No, there's no punishment. So doesn't mean it's a good thing to do. Allah has specifically prohibited it, but there is no punishment associated with it. What is the actual punishment as soon as I said, the actual punishment is that your good deeds, the good deeds of the person who is slandering are transferred into the account of the person who is being slandered.

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The person who is backbiting his oral good deeds will be transferred into the account of the person about whom they are backbiting. And if they do not have good deeds, that person's sins will be transferred into the account of the backbiting and the slander.

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So now, even though in the world there is no punishment, to be levied on these people, but imagine that person goes to

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Allah subhanaw, taala, grave judgment, and start before Allah, and then he discovers that he has no good deeds left, and that he is carrying somebody else's evil deeds. And with that, he will go into Janome. Now think about that and say, How bad is that? So this ray, but now is Guna COVID, is Amira.

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How do you want to classify this?

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There are two ways to look at this. And that's why I'm mentioning this as a fundamental lesson in togetherness, this has to do the heart.

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There are two ways to look at sin. One is to look at the sin and say, Is this a big one or a small one?

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Right now is to look at the sin.

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Maybe I should go a step before that. First and foremost, we need to define what is sin?

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What is in the simple basic definition of sinners, disobedience of Allah Subhana

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Allah Tala Ji Na pharmerica And I'm gonna

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check women off Armonico

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in the guna a or sin is the disobedience of Allah Subhana Allah right now.

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Two ways to look at it. One way is to look at the sin itself and say, Is this a minor one or a major one? Now I'm not talking about if you are a jurist, or if you are looking at it from a juristic perspective in order to,

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to delineate I'm not talking about that that's it. That's that's a scholarly exercise which needs to be done, which has been done hamdulillah today, we don't have to do that. It's already done. I am talking about somebody like me ordinary garden variety, who would be

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if I'm looking at sin, I'm saying there are two ways to look at it. Either. I can look at the scene and say, Is it a small one? Is it a big one? And I take the attitude that okay, I will avoid the big one, the small ones? Well, you know, I had to do that anyway. I can't avoid it. That's one way of looking at it. Another way of looking at it is look at the definition of sin. What was the definition of sin remainders now, sin is disobedience of Allah.

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So, disobedience of who?

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The one who is the greatest, or is the small? Are we saying Allah Akbar? Or are we saying Allah was announced?

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So if Allah is Akbar, and we say that in if nothing, at least in the Salah, when we

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when you begin the Salah, and then of course, in all the movements are kind of Salah, which Allahu Akbar, we say in other than Allah at work.

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So if Allah is awkward, then how can his disobedience be as her

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two ways of looking at it? What is sin, sin is disobedience of Allah.

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So one needs to look at the sin and say, Yes, it is disobedience of Allah. Well, it's a small thing.

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And other ones to say, there's no small thing or big thing. Because disobedience of

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disobedience of Allah Akbar. Disobedience of the one who is not just big, but who is the greatest beyond whom there is nothing.

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So no matter what the nature of the disobedience is,

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is it something that I as a Muslim

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him means what? I have submitted to Allah subhana wa that

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I have accepted Islam.

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I am in sojos before Allah subhanaw taala

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as a Muslim, is it permissible for me to disobey Allah subhanho wa taala?

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That is the question that should be answered. Is it permissible for you as a Muslim?

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To disobey Allah subhanho wa Taala

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so, before asking Is It a Good Idea Kabira or Asara first ask yourself guna itself, is it permissible?

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To translate.

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If ask yourself this question, is it permissible for me to commit a sin? Right? I'm not talking about these equities over me. I'm not talking about something which happened by mistake I forgot. And so no, I'm saying deliberately. I know this is wrong. But I am choosing to do it.

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To first and foremost ask yourself this question. As a Muslim, am I permitted to commit a sin?

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If the answer is yes, I am permitted to commit some since then I think you should go and check your Ima go and check your understanding of what is a sin. Go sit with somebody who's a scholar who you respect and ask them. Am I permitted to commit a sin? And by permitted means obviously, it's not something that is happening by mistake something that happened because I went to sleep or something deliberately I know this is wrong. Can I still do it?

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Please satisfy yourself because then it's a matter of major facade and major corruption in the ACA itself.

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If the answer is no, I am not permitted to commit a sin. Then whether that sin is big or small is a redundant argument. It makes no difference. I am not committed to permit to I'm not permitted to commit a sin as a Muslim period for us. Whether that sin is small or big and so on makes no difference.

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The sins which Allah subhanaw taala We ask Allah is forgiveness for everything, Allah subhanaw taala will forgive any sin including the major ones, if we make is the fire and the Wi Fi. ask Allah for forgiveness, smaller sins meaning those which happen because of thoughtlessness because of ignorance because of negligence.

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Right? These Allah inshallah will forgive, even if we have not thought of seeking forgiveness of course, we should try to make a seek forgiveness for everything, but even if that does happen to small things, and by small things, it does not mean please understand this is a very big misunderstanding and foolishness, small things does not mean something you have done deliberately.

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Please understand the basic fundamental principle in the Sharia which is mentioned like this, which is

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last Avira, Merle Israa Willa Kabira Mal is the far there is nothing small, when there is insistence upon it. And there is nothing big if there is forgiveness that is being sought,

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though is small and insistence don't go together. And big. I'm talking about sins and big and repentance don't go together meaning that if a small thing is being insisted upon, then that small thing becomes a Kabira. Why? Because now when you say no, this is a small thing, but I will do it. Now that when you are saying that effectively now the focus has shifted from the action and the focus now has gone on Who am I disobeying deliberately and am disobeying and also an author. So obviously this small thing now has become a major sin because now the focus is not the sin the focus is your arrogance and your rebelliousness. There is nothing bigger in terms of sins than Keever

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arrogance with respect to Allah subhanaw taala that is the cubby that is that is that is the Akbar mineral Kabyle that is the most serious sin among the major sins is arrogance with regard to Allah subhanaw taala Rosa, Allah says that if anyone has even a son or even an atom's worth of arrogance in him, Allah will not he will not even smell the fragrance

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agenda he will be in straight in the in the hellfire.

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So, by insisting on a minor sin May Allah protect us, we are transporting ourselves into that group of people who are committing the worst or major sins.

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So, insistence and small can go together. Similarly, a matter of great hope for us which is no matter how big the sin might be, whatever has been done,

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the minute a person is repentant, the minute a person seeks forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala that sin is wiped out. Of course, there are conditions with regard to what the nature of sin was, if it was something where you harmed somebody else and you hurt somebody else, then obviously you have to make up that and recognize that person and and you know,

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compensate and and seek forgiveness of the person also because without that Allah will not forgive, but provided you do that.

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Then inshallah we have complete hope, because Allah subhanaw taala promised to forgive everything.

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But insistence on small things. Now, this is a very, very major problem with us where we say no shortages,

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shortages thi year Ebola duck, Ebola Choti cheese burrito is also about yummy.

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People say Oh, after it's a small thing, what does it matter? It didn't matter until you spoke this. The moment you spoke this, it became the biggest of big things.

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Because your attitude is an attitude of arrogance. Now industrial turnips, please understand, this is a fatal sickness.

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This is an absolutely fatal sickness. Because this is taking us into the group of people who will be counted as those who are arrogant before Allah's monitor.

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No one of us is seriously seriously advise you, please don't like him to the last Mahabharata.

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Do not play games with Allah subhanho wa taala.

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The amazing thing is, and the tragic thing is, and the very sad thing is that the people who make these kinds of statements, if you look at their lives, and I seriously advise you, if you are one of those people stand in front of a mirror, look at you. There are people who Allah subhanaw taala created beautiful, they look nice, they're not ugly, they don't look like monsters.

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Allah has given them good health.

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They might be in their 60s 70s 80s. And they're still walking and fit and so on and so forth. Allah gave them good families.

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Their lives are beautiful. They eat the best food, they have wealth. They have good children.

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They have great families, they have power, they have authority, they have all kinds of things. And they may they are the people who make these kinds of statements. Because all this is not sufficient for them.

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To now they want to the knifes right wants to indulge itself.

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So in the indulgence of the laughs, why can't I have this? Why can't I have that.

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And as I mentioned to two major places in which in our culture, this shows itself is in marriage, customs and in deaths remedies. After death, Islam made both easy.

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We might make it difficult to show off.

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Now think about this. How long do you think it takes Allah subhanaw taala if Allah subhanaw taala wants to change your situation,

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from somebody who was giving charity to somebody who's standing with a bowl by the side of the street, begging for charity.

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And I don't have to take any names. And I don't have to you are seeing the world just as well as I am seeing.

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Can you probably see more of it than i That's why you got desensitized to it.

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Look at all the different countries in the world where for one reason or another, people who are wealthier than you, people who had more power and authority than you are standing on the roadside with being bulls. They have become refugees. They've had to they have lost family.

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They have become many of them have become impaired in various ways because of injuries.

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And they are now

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going to other countries as refugees. And starting at the bottom.

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Think about what it does psychologically to you that you were sitting in your country and you had wealth and you had power and you had people working for you and this and that.

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And then you are a refugee and you are going to America or you're going to Germany or you're going to some other place

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and there you are driving a truck

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You're driving a bus.

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Don't talk to you about dignity of labor and all that all that is great theory. Do it yourself and you will understand what is the meaning of that? Yes, there is dignity of labor.

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I'm not against that. But I'm saying what does that do do psychologically somebody who was in authority is now standing and taking orders from a 20 year old? What do you think will happen to them? And if you think that can happen to you, my brothers and sisters, please don't cherish the loss of Anoka

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I've seen it happen to not one I've seen it happen to literally hundreds of people.

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May Allah protect us from this

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it's a tragic thing that the people who Allah gave the most to

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are the people who rebel against Allah subhanaw taala. And this is history. Who was

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the most powerful the wealthiest

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king of the one of the largest and the most powerful empires ever to exist on the face of the planet?

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Right The list is endless.

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Please do not write your name in that list.

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Look at your life.

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Any disobedience of Allah subhanaw taala whether it is something like bordering on interest, which is literally you are taking and writing your name in the enemies a list of enemies of Allah may have some shame and have some mercy on yourself. If you drop dead today you will be resurrected with your name in the list of the enemies of Allah you want that?

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Do you want that? If you don't want that do something about it. Now it won't happen after you die believe me.

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Whether it is that or whether you want to take some ridiculous and nonsensical custom into your into your wedding

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for my Hyderabadi people I'm saying Sajak made the hell the other lesson.

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God knows what all stuff you do. Then Sanghi Somebody asked me the question the other day said he shadow me Fatiha karate inagh custom Nikola the Fatah

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Well, I read further Fatah

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shadow Polish

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la hora Hotel. How shameful is this tell me

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no matter what it is and then when you when when somebody is telling you this?

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You want to question and say guna Kabira Hika.

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In La La he went early.

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Tobacco was Barbarossa agarwalla Z mathema.

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make Toba make his fire And seek Forgiveness of Allah subhanho wa Taala and say Allah I am ashamed

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that I was arrogant with you that I made these statements Allah this was my joy what I have understood now Allah please forgive me.

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Do not punish me.

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Stick to the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu ala he values Abu Salah me everything we do.

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Obey Allah subhanho wa Taala and obey His Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is the only guarantee of success we have not my fatwa. This is what Allah subhanho wa Taala said in the Quran. This is the ad you hear in every Juma football

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while my ut la hora Sula, who Faqad fires or falls on Azima

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yeah you Alladhina amanu colo colon sadita usually has a co mama Allah kumbaya Philip on global Well My UT LA or a solo forgot files of Hosanna Ziva, you hear this and every Juma or you will believe

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speak the truth.

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If you do that, what will happen? You slay halacha mmamoloko Allah subhanho wa Taala will give you the opportunity to do good deeds Allah will purify your deeds Allah will beautify your deeds by Yesware lagoon roba COVID Allah subhanho wa Taala will forgive your sins and then Allah ones and states Bama UTI la hora solo, the one who obeys Allah and who obeys the Rasul Allah, Allah Allah. So is there a third person involved in this?

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Is Allah saying the one obeys Allah and the Rasul and my father in law and my mother in law and this one and that one and this leader that is Allah say this No, one My UT la wa rosulip, the one who obeys Allah and His Rosu for God

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means what? Forgot only 5000 Azima

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that is the only person who will attain eternal, permanent final success. Only the one obeys Allah and the Rosu service.

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Now tell me did Allah tell you to borrow on interest? The Rasul assassin tell you to borrow an interest? Did Allah subhanaw taala tell you to do Satsang maybe has the tagless or whatnot you do in your weddings, who seldom do this for his daughter?

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did Allah subhanaw taala tell you to follow the OB la Salam or to go against

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my brothers or sisters please have mercy on yourself

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on the Day of Judgment, I have said this I've said this many times stand in front of the mirror, look at yourself and say are you going to die?

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If the answer is no I will never die that do what you want.

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As soon as I listen and said if you have no idea, do what you want.

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but if you have Riera Inshallah, ask yourself, are you going to die? If you are going to die that remember you are going to stand alone before Allah subhana wa I will stand alone before Allah subhanaw taala.

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Then what will you do?

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Are you going to say to Allah subhanaw taala Kathy by today Kumbhakarna.

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I did only small things. Are you going to say?

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Please stop fooling yourself. Stand before the mirror, look at yourself in the eye and say, Are you going to die? And the answer is yes, you will die.

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And then say when I die who will be with me? Answer is nobody. Then say if I want to commit sins today, and I want to fool myself and I want to sing the tune of shaitan and say this is only a small one. That is a big one. Let me stop doing it right now.

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Make Toba Mega stefarr nailsworth Allah bless you May Allah forgive you. melas wild Allah, convert your sins into good deeds. Take heed while there is still time.

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Because the time will come, when Believe me, every single thing we did, will come before our eyes and we will be happy about it or we will cry tears of blood.

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That choice has been given to us today.

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Please don't fool yourself. Do not fool yourself.

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Ask Allah subhanaw taala della della Lu, to help us to always, always always obey Him and to follow the beautiful method of life that he sent called Islam, which he chose for us, and which is heavy Muhammad Mustafa SallAllahu Sallam demonstrated for us.

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Ask Allah to give us a trophy to follow that fully and completely.

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Ask Allah Subhana Allah to pleased with you, and never to be displeased, or Salahuddin Abdul Karim while he was away with the gamma Rahimi Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.