99 Names of Allah #05

Mohammed Hijab


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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Welcome to another episode of the 99 names of Allah subhanho wa taala. This is hopefully going to be the last session we do on the on this particular topic. And this is as we've mentioned before, the most important topic when we're talking about Allah subhanho wa Taala his name's is attributes. You cannot love Allah subhanaw taala a true love without knowing who Allah subhanho wa Taala is, as Allah subhanaw taala mentions in the Quran Falah more in the hula Allah Allah Allah, you know that know that he is though that there is no God worthy of worship except for Allah subhanho wa Taala so the idol knowing who Allah subhana wa Tada is, the

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knowledge of God is of paramount is very important. So I'm gonna say here that what we're doing is just more than one thing, it's not just an academic exercise, and we've regurgitated this a few times, where it's also an act of worship as per the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad Salah salami told us that for Allah subhanaw taala is dishonest to say, oh, that isn't that Allah subhanaw taala has

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99 names. And that woman I saw had that agenda, whoever has memorized it understood it goes to heaven. And so I saw her is a slot here is knowing is memorizing, it's living by it. So today, inshallah we're going to be going, it was going to be a group activity again, and we're going to be doing the same thing, it's going to be a bit faster paced, so that we can get through as much as possible. So I'm going to give the group this time it's not going to be divided in groups is going to be divided by person, I've already set the task. I'll give them five minutes, and then come back, and we'll feed back to the first names starting with and workman and then we'll move on, in kind

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Inshallah, and we'll try and get through as many as possible.

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Alright, let's get started with the first name. We've got Al Mortman. Correct. Yeah. So what does that what does this well, because we know I mean, what it means for us, so it means for the human being. And we just before I asked you, we said that there are some names of Allah subhanaw taala, which are applicable in a different way to Allah as they are to human beings. When we say and what meant for the human being, it means the believer doesn't mean the same thing for Allah, how would that make sense?

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Generally speaking, they say that the word allotment comes from the Arabic word,

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which means security. So Allah subhanaw taala. He is the restore of security, the giver of security. And the books of NFC have generally say that Allah gives security in many fashions, but generally in two, two forms, he gives security to His messengers, and he gives security to those who receive the message. So he gives security to His Messengers by accompanying them with signs and miracles, so that each prophet is completely secure that if the people do reject the message, it's not because of a deficiency within them, but rather a deficiency within the people who reject the message. And those who accept Islam are given security because they on the Day of Judgment, which is sometimes

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called the day of Al Faisal Expo, where everyone is has great stress and is extremely scared. They will receive security by knowing that if they believe in Islam, Allah subhanaw taala will save them from Jahannam and from the punishment of Jana.

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That's a very nice summary. What What would you say? Are there any theological debates here? I haven't come across any you know, and what would you say in a spiritual sense would be how, how would this make sense for your life spiritually?

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Well, we have the idea in Islam whereby you tie your camel and you go forward, and I think this can be implemented with spirituality as well, whereby if you do something that is extra, not only the word you better but you're doing the Sunnah actions, then you tie your tie, you tie your camel, you do the extra and you hope the reward with Allah subhanaw taala you're secure that Allah will reward you for that as long as

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Fantastic. Thanks so much the next time.

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Yeah, and Wayman comes after movement in the aisle sort of harsh movement and we're aiming to cope here. How would you translate that? So there's some discussion on

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what I found was that what most people are saying, almost a lot of them are saying is that we're Heyman is is is like, a keyboard Shaheed that he's like the, the vigilant, The Guardian, the overseer, of of affairs, all of these matters. The same word is used what not like as a last name is used as in a source of made that whole Muhammad Ali from the Quran that it's like, so from that, they also add the meaning of like sabe NACA preserver on authority. So Allah is the one that preserves all matters, he is the overseer, the one who is watchful of all things in the sense

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what is the difference of the hammer and for example, if we say, what is the difference between this word and other words that are similar to it like I'd rocky for example, would you say?

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Yes, I was I was watching

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I think about this as well. I think the main difference is that it's it not only has the meaning of Allah keep

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an Overwatch on, but it's also like, at the same time, the preserve or the maintain or things. Okay, so it has those two things together. So it's an it's a sort of

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more kind of comprehensive, all encompassing type of care that's been listed here. So that wasn't a hard question. It was a good answer. Anyway, humbler I was gonna ask him another question spiritually what does this mean for you then

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a lot of the spiritual sort of points that I came across were talking about how this kind of connects to performance and feeling a sense of security. It's similar to me the feeling a sense of security, but at the same time also like that a lot is knowing everything about my heart and it's a lot going on at office with all the animals settle off Allah knows that which is concealed that which is even more obscure than that. So Allah is no no's all of these things so person should act in the world with that knowledge.

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What's the next name

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on here? And what is that all translated as the all powerful door neighbor, neighbor we are the one who has complete power and ability and

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ideal has the power to replace a whole nation of another one in whatever way he wants.

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He can make the earth lifeless and at the same time grant great amounts of positions from whoever he was. And we see a lot of examples of his power for example and a story about him saving him from not in the in the fire arm him and saving units from the budget of the fish we see is great power.

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Do you know this term in the Quran, well Allahu Allah coalitional Katya? It keeps coming up and Allah as of all things powerful of all things powerful. If Let me ask question to the group. Everyone's welcome to answer what if someone says Allah? Is you so powerful? I can live to work? Can you create a rock so heavy that you can't lift? How would anyone answer that?

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Are you leaning over to timeout is not a limit in power, to not be able to do something like illogic, like, contradictory. There's not a limit in power. If, if, if, if Allah can do each and every thing, the definition of thing here is

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building a rock that can't be lifted doesn't fit under the definitional thing. Because it's not a concept that can ever exist or be.

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Yeah, or has a presupposition, we can't say a question is wrong.

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It has contradictory presuppositions because if we're being very, very, and this isn't Sharla, next next week and the week, not next week, because it'll be Ramadan or whatever. But after we finished Ramadan, we're going to go through some basics of logic. We're going to do two or three lessons, just two or three lessons on it. But like for example, the basic rule is you cannot say a question is wrong. You can see the the assumptions of a question are wrong, because the question cannot be right or wrong. Like in Biller, they call it left analytical category in Arabic. It doesn't. The difference with Huberty a statement and inquiry are in Shea inquiry is that the insured layer?

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Cushion really can't

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be wrong. But it can have wrong presuppositions. But yes, that was that was correct.

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That was squared circle, circle, can Allah create a squared circle? It's an impossible it's an impossibility because these kinds of questions come up all the time, especially from Christians. As we just asked this question on Sunday.

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Christian asked me go you got you guys say God is all powerful? How come you can't be a man? See, because the idea of God being a man is an impossible thing. Do you see what I mean? So that's Walla Walla collusion. That was a good summary of Quadra and Cora is one of those attributes of Allah which can be understood, or you can find that out logically without without reference to a text. What's the next namely,

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leaf, okay, sorry.

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I've got a lot leaf. Yeah. So luckily, if I mean someone who has extreme length, which length in the Arabic language, it has a few meanings inside of this word. One is gentleness, like delicate matter or extreme kindness. And also, there is a meaning here.

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theologically, it can be argued that Allah knows every delicate matter, every detail of things because he, for example, Allah mentioned

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led to recall Upsala who you recall, appstore who who I loved even Kobe comes with Kobe. So it's, it can be argued that it also encompasses his knowledge being Latif include

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hitting every delicate and minut detail about you some have translated it to the all subtle, for example subtleness, delicateness, gentleness, even I think they

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they refer to

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females as Elgin. Soloviev. Because of their delicateness because of their softness, maybe that was back in the day nowadays.

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Especially in certain cultures. Yeah, yeah.

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So yeah, but it should be obviously clarified when talking about Allah, extreme kindness and extreme awareness. And as as a spiritual result of that word. It's, if you think of these two aspects of extreme kindness with delicate kindness and extreme awareness, the first word that comes into your mind is love. Because if you think of the closest person to you, if you wanted to describe the strength of someone's relationship, or the strength of your love with someone, you would say, this person knows everything about me.

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Or he's known me for so long, he knows, he knows me better than I know myself. And this would be a sign of your love. And also,

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sister might describe her husband and say, he does that extra little thing, that extra minute little thing. You know, he thinks about that thing that other people wouldn't think about. And he goes, and does that for me as well. So lots encompasses as a slave, you receive, see how Allah, He, excuse my slang, he patterns everything for us, even the things we don't consider. Even the things we we wouldn't have thought of. Sometimes we see these moments where everything is aligned perfectly. And that's from the love for Allah. And the fact that Allah knows what we're going to ask him for. Before we ask him, Allah, Allah has only gives us a Tofik to raise our hands. He's the one who gives

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us the Tofik to move our lips and to know what to ask for. And he knows the the ability. And then he actually knows every single detail about what we're going to say, every emotion that is bringing out that word, what's caused those emotions, he knows each and everything, he knows you better than you know yourself. And he's the one that deserves that love. And also

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a result is that when Allah is so lovely to us, we should also be Latif to his creation, we should be kind, we should be gentle. And we should take into account people's circumstances and take regard for people when dealing with him.

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And there is a Hadith effect, or talked about when there's one of the promises tellington

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Can we call a blue courier?

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Have you come across this harness

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that you've called basically asleep like canning jars are not just about classes and stuff?

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Maybe vases or vases? Really what it is, is the bottles

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that's what they that's what they are. But if you're if you're handling glass bottles,

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you have to handle them very gently, don't you? And this is what the Prophet told us you have to do with women.

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This hadith, I'm not sure if you guys have come have you come across this, some of you may have so after we get obviously everyone knows about the rib Hadith.

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You know, people use that to make fun of her. And it's not actually to use to show that you have to have a subtle kind of interaction with women as a man. And these little things, women are masters of

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identifying the subtleties. You're right about that. And so if you're able to play that game, this is the real red pill, the cooler game they call it game like Rollo Tomassi in his book he says game which means that you know you do this and you harm them and in other ways talks about nonsense guy points out what

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what the real game is that you've got a play the game of subtleties, the

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the Shades of Grey, no pun intended. And it's no only cool it's no it's no

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surprise that the ones who bought that novel The most were actually females.

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Why not watch something? Because there are subtle

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people even in a story say even sexually if to be very subtle. You don't go straight for it. Yeah, I want to do this and as

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the they don't want it like that. Yeah. So you have to be very soft with your words you have to be true.

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To be subtle, and that makes it work much better. It does. It does

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give us advice on this matter. Like don't be like the camel. basher has to go in and God coming in, you know, coming in

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So subtlety is something that needs to be employed on a physical level on a sexual level, on a romantic level, all of that is very important. And I know it sounds like extreme content, but otherwise even took it there.

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But go because usually what softness and lots of fun stuff. Obviously the hustle Salam said in a very famous Hadith when the people came to this particular group of Jewish people that came to the Prophet and they said, assemble Alec,

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and then Asha had Yolanda, she responded to Ali comb and she started attacking them. And he said, come down and said, There's a beautiful Hadith which summarizes this idea of lots of fun

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because it can last for very similar, he said the mechanical difficulty che in in lezana. Why man Luzia riff comin che in election, that riff course if you like, softness and kindness wasn't in anything except that it adorned in it adorned it. And it wasn't removed from anything. Except that it made it look ugly.

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So in other words, being polite, being nice being kind like paddock, washing

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coffee, we've got to be what like some people have a look. And that's why you know, HELOC is actually a manifestation of lots of innocence. You know, in the midwifery or 10 Min. macadam like luck. I mean, this is the probably the first and last time I'm going to mention this to you guys. Because I'm not the guy that embodies this. But the Prophet SAW Selim told us that I've only been sent to perfect good character. That's a very powerful Hadith a very important thing. So many Hadees about good character, good character, in the prophetic sunnah. And this is because things are subtle, and people, judge other people based on the subtle things, not always on the

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on the very apparent things. You know, if you see how people go to dinners and stuff like that, you went to Cambridge University, you went to top universities as well, you guys have been to dinners and whatever, you know, they have these dinners, and you have to wear this and yeah, the cuff link and this and that and

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everything subtle. And I saw one white boy one time, so it's

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outside. And he had this thing is the middle class white but, and he had like his black shoes, and I can never forget, this actually is such an interesting. Well, I have like something, I was sitting with him and he was sitting next to me. And I was just like, you know, looking at my watch and see what time it was. And he had like shiny shoes, and he started looking inside, like shining up before he went in. Second, okay. But I actually learned from that innocence. Because this is like, you know, subtle stuff. But when you present it, you know, it makes all the difference. The small things make a big difference. I think

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there's another lesson here,

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which is very beneficial is that kindness doesn't mean weakness. And in some people may feel especially people that are very macho, they think that being kind is a sign of weakness, especially you're in like a rough environment. You know, in a prison or in a rough school people, people are scared to show kindness. In reality,

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Allah is the most strong, and he's the most kind.

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The only time kindness is weakness is if you are kind to those that don't, that don't deserve kindness that are that are your enemies. I've actually

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blaspheme, though, you know, stood up against you at that time. You know, for people who struggle with understanding that how can God put someone in hell, but you have to think about these people. If God is kind to them, then what kind of god is this, people who don't even bother believing in him, don't even bother

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giving time to the revelation or communication that he sent specifically for them, for them to ignore that

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forgot to show them kindness that would be weakness.

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But for them, when Allah punishes then he severe punishment, and this is his strength and his honor.

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For that, let's move on to the next one.

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Tell us what I had al Hasib. The recognize, and linguistically comes from cassava as in I mean from Hans, whereas as to come to you to reckon to calculate a counter charge. And often it's used for things like you know, the computer, when calculators and things which, to that effect, theologically or religiously. This means that Allah is all knowing of His servants and he or knowing what's going on and on the Day of Judgment, he's going to calculate and punish people and give mercy to people and reward people based on what they did. And I think this is very significant, because in terms of people don't really understand what's going on in the world. Like if there's a bunch of good people,

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and they don't people don't see the good which is having this life. They might disbelieve in God and say

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Like, how does he not get within you know, but we know that Allah is Allah has a meaning on the Day of Judgment, those who did good will have their good deeds counted for them, and they will be rewarded. Likewise those who did bad, they'll be punished likewise. So personally, for just like this example, just wipe it in Syria and Turkey, we understand as Muslims, Al Hasebe, on the Day of Judgment will count all of the deeds of those who were patient in this time, right, and he will reward them,

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like so. And also from a personal level, it should also stop you from being complacent. Because if you think about it, when you're being complacent, Allah is never complacent. And he's still calculating what you're doing, despite whether you're tired or whether you're not. So it affects how you behave. And it should also give you

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what's the word to this based on how people treat you you shouldn't be you know, ungrateful or unhappy, you should understand that no matter how people treat you, no matter what happened, everyone's gonna get their DT calculated by Hasib Masha Allah and

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this is very interesting thing about counting. Because things that we are capable of counting as human beings are those countable things. There are intangibles, which cannot really be counted. Like, for example, we talk about how much we love people, how much do we love somebody, it's intangible. So it can't really be counted, at least by us, it can be counted by Allah subhanaw taala, how much pain we have in a certain situation, how much we had to endure in that pain, that's counted.

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The difficulty of a certain situation, compared to your patients with it, that's counted. You know, nowadays, we live in a games culture, everything is gamified. Everything is, you know, we see. And then you have you living in a numbers, culture as well. KPIs, they call them key performance indicators.

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People go into that on a daily basis, you'll go on your email, you go on your whatsapp, you will go on your bank account. I mean,

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if they haven't closed or shut down my bank, go at it myself and see, okay, what's most money's going heals when your cash flow forecast or whatever you want to call it, business. People do cash flows, for example. And we do all those things. And then one of the best ways we can encourage ourselves to continue like even just put it put it in this way, like if you're playing a game.

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What do you see most games you have lives, you lose a life, you count the lives you losing, you have a health bar, the health goes down, the health goes up, there's a you play FIFA, you know, the numbers of the EU score two goals, one goal, whatever. Everything we want to see progress. But there are so many things in our life that we don't have the information to handle, and we can never get it. That's an act. For example, when it says Palawan and Hamdulillah, la aqua, if, for example, this life was a game of hide, and in our lives we saw has an earth counter. Every time you see Subhanallah something, something happens here and you see your Subhanallah have gone up this much

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today, you will handle the less have loved this much today what Allahu Akbar could have gone up this much today, everything is you'd be so much more encouraged to, to do stuff. But because it's not tangible, and we don't sometimes feel it's not me, it's not important to us, we don't do it as much so vicar, for example, we have so many Hadith telling us that each time we do something is planted in heaven for you.

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There's so many Hadith telling us the amount of times to say something like Subhan, Allah 33 times and Hamdulillah 33 times Allah or

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33 times

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for Tamara Delana when she was having a very difficult time in the household with her husband, and even the avatar, and they knew that the Prophet saw some had some servants.

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So they asked him for some servants in the process that I'm well in, and he saw Fatima and her husband in the bed, and then he, you know, playfully came and sat sat with them. And they asked him, you know, for the servants, and he said, I'll give you something better places before you go, just sleep says SubhanAllah 33 times that handle Letho three times a lot, but 33 times counted things that you Say Subhan Allah Subhana Allah to handle that handle a log or log, but that's better than getting the assistance from life, or the convenience, seven or something like that. So if counting things ourselves,

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sometimes can help. And there's two aspects of this Maha Saboten neffs, which is counting the bad things you do.

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And I'll be honest with you, there's a system that I've employed recently and I can maybe share with you some some brothers have showed me the system, right. Wherever there's Yanni. You've got, you've got the heart. Yeah.

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And then you've got seven things as an emotion isn't the helm D and you've got some of the things which connected

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the eyes, the mouth, what you say at the end of the tongue, the private parts, the stomach, the feet, the hand, and I think I'm missing something. The

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Is that I mentioned not the as well. So that's seven things here. These are seven things. Now if you're gonna do Maha Sabha, you're gonna count the out because there's two things. Imagine, basically. So as I mentioned, it's all the time, and I'm mentioning it to you. Imagine your business.

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Imagine your spirituality is a business project.

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So imagine you have to consider your spirituality like cashflow. So there's two things that business will look at the money that's going out and the money that is coming in.

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And before you try and get revenue, you try and make sure your capital is not depleted, right. So what you do is Bahasa to Neff sway, purifying yourself from those seven things, those seven members is one aspect. And then on the other aspect is in trying to get new and get new stuff, getting new business if you like spiritual business, and this is what the people have tested

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to Hollywood to heli removal, the purification and then adornment. So you clean and then you've and if I wanted to drink water from this, and it was filled with oil, I'd have to really wash it out properly before I can put anything in a drinker. So the same thing with the human heart

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attack, Halle is removing all these impure elements first, and then the tally is then putting something in so that it can be consumed in a nice way. And the way you can do that, on a very practical level, is you have

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a diary.

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And everything every time you say something wrong.

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You say something like backbiting somebody who swear, swearing, you maybe

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ridicule someone, which I unfortunately, my own, I've had to put lots of things. So this one is,

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as you guys know, but anything like that, where you do something like that, yeah, you do something which you know,

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are bad, then you should put it down somewhere, like tally it somewhere, like have have a diary somewhere where it's gotten it's gone wrong.

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And the same thing when you see something, because sometimes we have stronger, and sometimes we're weaker, as men especially we are weaker than women in this regard. If women are walking around in provocative clothing, especially in the summertime,

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how long are you looking at the woman because you want it you're interested in this new shaped woman. Like it's very different, different shapes, different truth, and we're living in London, and they come from different parts of the world. As a huge fitna, if you think about it, consider the matter. And this one looks like that, and the curvatures and all that. So every time you think let me look at this one, let me see what she's got to offer.

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Now, the thing is lowering your gaze means moving quickly, it's like you consider and I'm not telling you this, I'm the expert, you

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consider yourself like a boxer. Each time you look at the woman, you're getting punched in the face.

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It's like larva, like you got your touch and go, you got to touch it, you got to move your head. You really that's how it should be as

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now how would you get better at it? If you're a boxer? And what you do is, you see how many points you got? What's it called concrete box numbers, right? How many times he's absorbed can significant blows. Or he's absorbed 100 significant blows in the round. This guy's a rubbish boxer. And, yeah, you've got to get into the ring, you're gonna get punched, but you're going to have to reduce it. So if you're if you're pornography addicts, for example, this is at the higher level, like now you need to do something pretty dramatic to remove that from yourself. If you're not a pornography, I think but you're you are, you watch things which you shouldn't watch. And you don't know your gaze,

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then that's something a question is there's some funny discussions here. I don't want to go into them. But if you look at a woman without shower,

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if you look at a woman, it's not my home without shower, are you sitting or not sitting? And this is different.

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There is a difference of opinion among the scholars of Islam. Undoubtedly, there's a difference of opinion. We've only heard one opinion from Islam QA, but that's a that's a problem as well, because there are evidences to that.

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Let's say for whatever opinion you follow the Shaohua which is sexual attraction, that as you map if you look at a woman that's not Muslim and you feel sexual attraction, you continue looking especially dormant areas and coverage as a class now you're coming soon now is Matt. So we'll start with that. Trying to eliminate this thing from your

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And the same thing now with what you say those two things, actually the most important of the seven numbers, those two things are the most important because the hands how many times you gotta hit someone in the head, unless you're what we've got some problems and you hit someone every day that you've probably been in prison if you do somewhere where you go find your feet where you got what you eat, fine, what you eat, could be many things. Not many of us are going to eat pork because the only we're not interested in even the biggest lesson there's not any pork. Many of us is not going to drink out and alcohol because once again, unless the guys like that

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level in which case, so for people at a certain level, that's not going to be the big issue, the big issue is going to be your eyes and your tongue. And you should focus on those attacks Leah, and Natalia. After you've done that, now ask us about yourself. Now you're Subhanallah as you handle as your life, but you count them. And you consider it like you're in a business now you're in business. And I want to get as much especially coming into Ramadan. This is amazing thing. And I mentioned this analogy before, I'm not sure if you've ever watched this thing in the past called Crystal maze.

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And the guy in the end that had this big

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Have I mentioned the Super Bowl, in the end, they had this big like cage and then they have like this gold coins and you have to collect as much of it as possible in one minute and a half.

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Ramadan is a bit like that, you've got a very limited time to collect as many gold coins as possible.

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So you don't want to miss the opportunity. You want to count your good deeds and you want to remove all the bad that's the most important times. So I think a lot of time here let's go to the next thing.

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So I've got the name l Mohit, which means the encompassing and it's defined as the one who has knowledge of everything has power over everything, His mercy encompasses everything and he is dominant over everything. Al Mohit implies that there is nothing beyond him. Nothing is hidden from him. And his knowledge and power are all encompassing.

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So like, the way I look at it spiritually, like as a, as a Muslim.

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You know, sometimes you can't explain your feelings to some, some people, like if something happens in your life and your life, you explain it to a human. And they say to you, okay, yeah, we understand how you feel. But they don't really understand exactly how you feel. And this encompassing attribute of Allah kind of gives the believer assurance that, you know, I know everything that's happening within you better than you know it. So therefore, what happens is, you're kind of like, okay, Allah knows what I'm going through. So I'll leave it to him in a way, this could, the way it can benefit a believer, for example, let's say some, someone does something

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to you. And you want to take revenge, because everyone you've explained to don't seem to understand what has actually happened. This can in fact, kind of stop you from taking that revenge. Because if you're a true believer, you will know like, you know, Allah knows what happened. And I'm going to leave it to him. And when you actually go on to a verse in the Quran about this, it says, In unfold, he says, and be not like those who come out of their homes boastfully to be seen of men, and hindered from the Path of Allah, Allah is in the heat of all that they do. So that kind of kind of gives you assurance. That's what I was saying that was very well summarized. Let's go to the next

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one, because we need to rattle them off now.

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The next one, I'll kahar which is the subdued and the one who has subdued everything. The one before whom the whole creation has submitted itself humbled itself. And before his grand your power, and perfect strength. So that's the sun and the moon and everything. And aspects of this allows granted us, for example, were able to submit elephants and horses and lions, things, things that are much more powerful than us to where we're able to, to do that to creatures that are far stronger than us. So that's one aspect. Thank you very much for that alcohol is a beautiful one as well. Let's go through the rest of it.

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So just related to what toric said. So call here in Arabic, means Hola, menfolk so like prevalence and domination from above. So like having the understanding you know that Allah doesn't need permission from things that he does. So you could say like, a hot dome quite hot on a minute why unity though, so much brother Shala. We were even doing by the record was with the lady who is also

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trust me, I've been able to unwillingly meaning without their pleasure. So Allah does things like you might be inflicted with illness, or someone's died in your family, and you have no ability to change that. So you know, in some sense that Allah is in control of these things. So he helps you submit to them and I think with all the lightning's of Allah once you

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No, like a lot does is in control of all these things because all relate to power on things like this. Yeah, it helps you submit more as a slave. So then you know that Allah is worthy of being a slave to a much like humans. Fantastic. That's really good. I like that kahar and call her others that may come from the same route. Would you? Would you want to? Does anyone know?

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what the differences are?

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would you see? Is it kind of late was chef already said, Well, if there's a shot, obviously, in Arabic anyway, it means like, it's too long, or that it's done constantly. So maybe there's a nuanced tip. I'm not sure, exactly. Yeah, I mean, it's there wasn't as, as you mentioned, like file. And

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so there's a lot of marvelous pantalla on names on that particular wasn't like for example, you have Harlock and Haluk, same same kind of thing going on, there was a Holocaust, the creator halacha that he perpetually creates, so called her in a sense is that he compels kaha is that he perpetually compares. It doesn't it's not just one off domination. It's constant

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subduing of the creation.

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Beautiful, okay, let's go for the next time in sha Allah and then come back in sha Allah and feedback accordingly. Right, so we're going to feed back with one of the names of Allah subhanaw taala, more PTAC. And some people have thought that this means that Allah is the one who does the right thing at the right time from what is actually one of the words that is there's a misconception around it, especially in our world, because they say something happens in the right time. Well, it doesn't happen right there and says, Oh Allah smoke it. What is a misunderstanding of the word isn't? What does the word mean? Well, I haven't come across anyone saying that it's connected to

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what some scholars say comes from the word good, which means food or risk. So Allah is the One who gives everyone their sustenance and their food. There is some difference over this name. Some scholars say that it means Allah is happy, or someone Allah is all aware or some say Allah is all powerful. And in somebody's way out in the Hadith, more peace without the tequila has come as a motif. So it's come as the helper in times of need and spirit and stuff. And these are the general meanings that the scholars have taken. And as a Muslim, you can use either Elmo kit with the meaning of the one who gives food in your DUA when you need sustenance from Allah subhanaw taala or animal

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leaf which is comes in somebody's way as the helper when you are in need and you need Allah Santana to call on to beautiful Alex thank you so much for that

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you've mentioned like the spiritual stuff with that as well right?

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What it means that you have

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at work here

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isn't like isn't the Quran Mikado hospital only I'm going with key allies like the protector of people.

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linked to this word is like the concept like Tawakkol for example, when a person chooses to rely on Allah

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live a life I get to locate him let me know that on Allah exclusively should the believers place their trust or rely on so this is this is the meeting

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only has a whole book called in a hill here on the deen called cateva head will tell Terkel

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and because he connects to hate and telecoil together

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and really if you your true monotheists you will rely upon God because he's the one that everyone relies upon where fidelity can fail yet our Kal el motiva Killian as well there's momentum and whatever calendars to is that come up but and what our Chiune it is a obviously a very noble you know station there's a difference between telecoil and telecoil I don't know how they pronounce it to work all they say is basically the idea of not not putting forward any

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For example, the famous author of our hotel but he saw some people in the masjid and they weren't doing anything is we doing so we're doing talk so they don't do it because the one isn't gonna go off the trees so basically I'm most people I've mentioned it like even in Ukiah speaks about this a great length in what you call it, that whatever and my dad is really keen and different places even a shout out where he talks about this idea of you have to bring forward you're don't just say I'm going to rely on God and asset you're part of relying upon God means doing what is required exhausting the necessary conditions.

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In fact, nowadays people have anxiety. This is one of the key one of the most widespread illnesses in the West. And depression and anxiety are two sides of the same coin. And anxiety is defined by most psychological manuals as a fear of death.

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Future, the difference between fear and anxiety is that fear is present tense. And anxiety is future tense. So in other words if a lion came in to this room, so that those two lines me and the other lions

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only kidding, but if a lion came into this room or dogs or you know, so that there are two dogs

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then it will be a scary experience for everyone here. Okay, I'll be honest, there was some mice around my sci fi rats, I don't like the rat. I don't like the rise. It was a right that I saw the size of a bloody cat, bro. And it was no outside, you know, and,

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you know, in London, how it is, I will come off target on time, and they ran right next to my foot. Do you? Have you ever watched Tom and Jerry with a woman jumps on the thing. But I was about to jump on a car like that. Either one. That's right, come with me.

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When she gets the room, and she's about to do that. Anyway, that's fear. Fear is your response to the immediate threat. That is something which is completely natural.

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It is something which every human being will go through even psychopaths. And I mentioned psychopaths, because they are a special case that sometimes don't even fear the consequences of anything.

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But anxiety is fear directed in the future. And that's why there's a whole

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set of books now in the Self Help section of almost every mainstream bookstore.

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Talking about, quote unquote, Power of Now, fact that is the name of a book.

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And they'll kind of kind of give, what kind of do you have is a book called Stop worrying, be happy. The idea of worry and anxiety. And no, I'm not saying no one should feel like that. Anxiety also can be a natural thing. But the problem is, anxiety can sometimes reach a level where it can be out of control for human beings.

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It can ruin someone's life, I was having a conversation with somebody who is over the age of 70.

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And he was speaking in a very anxious way this could happen to me this could happen to me, it's good to have I asked him one question. Honestly, I said to him, when you were my age,

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did you have anxieties? I asked him he said yes. I said what anxieties did you have he said, these are anxieties. I had 123. I said of the things that you've had anxieties for how many materials how many actually happened. He goes, none of them actually, he had anxiety that he's gonna get cancer, he had anxiety, this was going to happen that the house was going to be whatever.

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So sometimes anxiety, the worst kind of anxiety is that which doesn't help you prepare for anything. And in fact, it just bothers you inconveniences you and causes pain in your life.

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This is the worst kind of there's a healthy kind of anxiety from so you've got an exam, to have some level of anxiety is good, because then you're going to get up and start revising for your examination. But if you have too much anxiety, it can be crippling, it can be paralyzing. This can happen to health the kids this. And that is nowadays why there's a new not only just a self help, then NHS has a program called this cognitive behavioral therapy program. CBT is free of charge. And you'll be very surprised of what kind of thing they will teach somebody doing CBT

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what they will teach someone doing CBT is that they'll say look, you have these anxieties. Yes. So yeah, they divided it into practical anxiety, and hypothetical anxiety. There's two kinds of anxiety, practical anxiety and hypothetical anxiety. So what do you do? The question is this, can I do anything to change the situation? That's the first question

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is that for example, what are you scared of you scared of mice? Okay. I can put some my mouse traps here there and I can do a couple of things. Alright. Once I've exhausted the was to my disposal with the information that I have. Once I've exhausted that, what do I do now? What did they give you the adversity, they say let go. This is literally what they say.

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And to Leo ever. He's the guy that wrote the power of now. He says, Live in the now live in the present. Try and live in the present and this is a big thing and CBT is all said live in the present don't live in the future. And as we would say,

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have Taqwa Allah don't just let go while you you let go. It's like you're floating were let go were let go for the forces of nature to to to destroy me to ravage me

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to annihilate me. No, I'm not interested in that I want to let go. Only when I trust that someone or something is going to hold me in place. So having anxiety can be crippling but when having telecoil it is the best

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Cure to anxiety,

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there is no medication that you can take.

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There is no program that you can go through.

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There is nothing that will substitute the spiritual impact of believing. And as we've mentioned today, at dominating all encompassing creator,

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wanting the best for you and asking you to trust Him, basically, the one who proportioned the universe and put all the constellations in place, is saying, look, look around, look at look at this. Can you see these constellations? Can you see that one? All right. Now, you see, I'm the I'm the mastermind of this, I've pulled it as a place Now trust me, trust me with your life.

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Now, that is much stronger than then saying, Let go, let go to, why should I let go.

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And I was gonna say, because you were speaking about how this concept of torque can be applied in terms of anxiety. But it can also be applied, like applied at the moment of fear. Because like, when that moment, like, when say, the car is coming, you just about to get hit or something happens. And it's like that, that moment there. What a person, what your heart first goes to, is sometimes often indication of actually the spiritual state that you're in. Like, if the first thing that comes to your mouth is like a swear word or something like this, then you know that, okay, this is this is actually who I am like, like this, this is my instincts, right? But if the first thing that comes to

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your tongue is like, hello, hospital law or something like that, like Abraham I listen to when he was thrown in the fire.

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He said, he said, what's called in the Quran, that hospital Lo and young Loki, that's the first thing that came to his tongue. So even in the moment of fear, and sometimes you have to be placed in that, that situation of of sudden an absolute helplessness just to realize how weak the human being actually is. So to be placed in that situation, sometimes it's actually

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absolutely a good point. And you know, the prophets I saw love a woman was crying at the grave of her son, one of the hardest things you can imagine that she was crying and this and that, and then he is Alas, Allah had gone through the similar situation five times himself, so he was consoling, comforting her, and then she said, How do you know about this? And how do I know isn't that and blah, blah, blah. So he walked away, and they told her this is the prophet that's that you are speaking to, she wasn't aware that who he was. And then it was said to her that you know, he she went to him to apologize and he gave us less than a sub Winder submittal all that patients is upon

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the first strike of the calamity. That's where true patients really is. And how Bevin or not who is a

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who is a companion

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who was one of the people who have been tortured in Mecca. He went to the Prophet Muhammad Salah Salah to complain and to stun Cyril, Ana, la Terra Alana, as we said Hadith.

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So Elijah Stancil Allah and Allah Tala Are you not going to ask Allah to give us victory? Are you not going to do that for us? And then the Prophet Muhammad SAW I saw let me said to her baboon Allah, He said to him, Can love module you shoot Are you shocked insane or come across as Allah but basically is back in the days before you there were people that were used to be cut into to be different pieces. And there were people that used to be getting you know, the the M chakra or the combs made of iron, and they used to become the life

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so in other words, have to work with patients have to recruit, which is Yannick Can you imagine? This is the level that they were dealing with at the time of the Prophet Muhammad wa salam. So yes, Tawakkol is one of the key concepts in the religion of Islam and if someone internalizes it, it's the closest they can ever become to becoming immortal.

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Because think about it if someone has true lions to Allah, what can someone do to them? Consider it like for example in the dowel we have a lot of issues right?

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We can we fear cancellation are going to take us our platforms away. We fear that they're going to put us in prison like they can put a lot of people because

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sometimes was a torture people, they take their families, whoever they do all kinds of stuff.

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We feel that stuff, in a sense. But in another way, if you consider this a few things, human being not even the biggest armies and militaries can never take away from you as an individual. One of them is your past. Can you can never take someone's passed away because it's operation impossible. And whatever you do, the other one is someone's Eman. Your faith is an entire army cannot take your faith from your heart, your heart, your knowledge it can be taken away but if you damage the guy's brain are damaged fine, even though I'll grant you but your actual Eman and faith is something you can never take from someone. That's why someone with faith is more powerful than someone with money.

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Because if someone was has money, the money can be taken away. Whenever someone has faith you cannot

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Like the way the faith from no human being can take. So having true faith in humanity, Allah subhanaw taala talk about him is one of the most powerful things that human beings can have. That's why the most influential men human beings have had heavy metal faith

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have not been the ones who have changed the world the most. Who has I want to know who the most influential atheist has been what he's done.

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I can't even think of it Yanni. Who niche Nietzsche

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Yeah, the masala nee chan Oh Marx, Karl Marx. Mithuna Yeah, yes, these are the two most influential

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yeah Annie there's nothing there as we can see today's well Danny has 15 minutes of fame and then a couple of countries become communist and that almost all of them disbanded the whole thing

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and the most of it so many people died. So Yanni

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and what did Marx do himself we look at his car that tear if you look at his actual life what he done is a man

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that he would lead the revolution it was someone else has to do with Lenin, Lenin Lenin someone else that did it you had to combine forces deities to do the thing. So it really easiest don't have this. How and that's why I was even speak about the UFC and all this kind of stuff. Okay, isn't it so amazing that all the champions are religious of some complexion?

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I think the only champions I had a few in UFC history that have had no faith and openly one of them is Michael Bisping. And the way he won the title is questionable as well.

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Whether there has been fights I was names and that's another issue. Is that how we won the title was Anderson Silva. I'm not sure I wasn't the right yeah, sorry. Sorry. Yes. Yes, yeah, he won the title first square. But remember, we struggled on the record, because I know.

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Very good fight Harry's.

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But anyway,

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the point is having faith does give you bravery. It gives you a freedom from anxiety. It gives you this stuff it allows you to do Sahaba

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can consider how they will do what they did my God, and I'm sorry, the next name.

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Next name is dude. Yes. And the exact translation is the loving and listening definition is the one who loves his prophets and messengers, and those who follow them. And they internal of him.

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And the word Allah will do. It comes from the word Elwood

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which means love and an expression of love. In Arabic, usually the word for love is recognized as an herb

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which is love. Whatever dude is stronger than that, because

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is to love with expression. And

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I'm sure all of us have experienced in our lives when certain things fall into place. And some thing good happens to you and you know, unexpected you feel that a lot from Allah like he has your back and he he's given everything to that you need. And so Allah doesn't just love the way he shows it

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that's very good mashallah, that's fantastic to go for next one as well. I'm going to try rattle them a little quicker Calabria I talked a lot.

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The next one I do the next name is

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so linguistically, there's a few meanings.

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The most obviously well known photo homies to open

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behind that there's more meanings Arabs Alpha said. The Arabs used to call the people at Romain, they used to call a judge infatti

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and this is a meaning that we find in the Quran. Ben after the Nana Hiral Fatiha in

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that Allah is the west of judges. And he his command is the most decisive

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other meanings we find, for example, in in a hadith, Allah says Nevis iclm He taught when you enter the masjid would you say along with Leah Weber Ramadan or Allah open for me the dose of mercy. So also granted

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ma mom in nehama team

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was the hire.

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I would find it

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my after my after a lowly Nasimi rahmati Marathi film secara whatever mercy that Allah wants to grant a person, man can take it away. So, to grant

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judge these are the meanings in the Estela

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as a what would be the difference between fatter and fatter? so fat that is obviously, a more extreme

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abundance you know,

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continuous state of being

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a judge or an open our grantor

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as compared to a further buffer, it also comes in the Quran

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as Muslims how we can benefit from this name. First of all, I think there's a big link with what you were saying about telecoil is when we are in a difficult position, we are oppressed. When we see Muslims being oppressed, we should remember that this is not through the power of the oppressor. Allah is allowing the oppressor to do what he wants. And Allah is Fatah at any moment. Allah can bring a decisive victory for the Muslims. And we should be working towards that with full circle, that Allah has that capability. Let axon Allah have our feeling Amaya Moldova removed, though everything that Allah is unaware or unable to do anything about what the verses are doing. This is

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one clear thing we can understand through this relationship that allows for that he can bring that decisive victory, he can bring that decisive decision. And if it doesn't happen in our life, then that he's going to be the Fatah on the day of judgment, and he's going to give justice on the day of judgment to those who deserve it. On top of that,

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in the Dawa intellectually, when we have challenges when we have Shubo hat, we're struggling to find an answer, we should remember that Allah is Fatah, we should ask him to open for us and look for us this mystery. Well, if you're entering a debate or something like this, never feel like this is your intellectual ability, this that Allah is the Fatah who can open your mind

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and you know, give you insurance. And grant these answers to you.

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Thanks so much for that was very good.

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Or was is the provider and if you go with the hands were definition or for what has to provide, to sustain to give people and it comes from the risk comes from lack livelihood, means of living subsistence deliberate. So essentially, this comes from an idea that Allah provides for all of his servants. He provides for them in terms of worldly things like food and water and everything that we need to survive, and also spiritual provision. Because we have to understand that spiritually we need to be provided for as well we need spiritual food. So you could say, Allah is the one which provided this.

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I think this is a verse which comes to mind is in Surah Talaaq Well, losses are made yatta yatta Allahu Maharaja was warrior warrior, Ahsoka human hatred is a very famous in that Whoever fears Allah, then Allah will provide for him and he will provide for him for a piece which he wouldn't even realize. And I think for us Muslims, this is very, very significant because right now, especially given where we are, there are ways to make money and provide for ourselves that we think we're providing for ourselves which are haram. But Allah flips down and says that we have to fear Allah and He will provide for us and we have to believe that Allah is the One who provides for the

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Muslim and non Muslim and that real Tawakkol is understanding that Allah decided how much money you're going to have what you were going to have before you were even born and that will help with that live in the now phase because we will be able to be satisfied well we have sometimes we're not satisfied with what we have, and we're dissatisfied or other people have perhaps to go far you'd be like Wow, these guys rich, Allah decided how much money they're going to have and how much money you're gonna have. And I think that's something which a lot of people feel anxious about. So if we understand this, and we keep this on the forefront of mind in our daily lives, can cause a lot of

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people to leave their depression mashallah fantastic and there's a hadith I want to add to, to that which is one of really my whoever had this on this matter and it is so good Hadith, authentic authenticity wise. It's in Southern Nevada and it says I had the Messenger of Allah say if you were to rely upon Allah with the Reliance he is do okay. You would be given provision like the birds. They go out hungry in the morning and come back with full bellies in the evening. And because they're a bird like a bird is hungry in the morning goes out. Kenny the bird has the most reason to have anxiety

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the bird these pigeons and Sofia I don't know what kind of birds in my boat expert me some guys here that know more than me. But yeah, but you know this one and that one. Have you gotten the names of birds?

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sparrows what was was very like Chrono I don't want that one.

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I mean, like one that we see around it that we can see goes we sometimes see not in London broidery red herring.

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Spiral spiral, like a beautiful spiral. Right? You see them. I don't know VHF power, isn't it?

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We have parasites, ostrich ostrich that's usually a huge thing

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Okay, so spiral right? Yeah and it goes out you know you see in the nest and this with this this was the last term for the for the children but

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chicks for every bird is that right? Chicks yeah

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some kind of thing

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but you see the

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I'm sure is the technical term I don't want it what it is yeah but small birds

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baby birds yeah and they go out in the sky bro like and it's cold weather this and that and they have and they go and go to a brunch and arbitrary where does it How does a bird

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decide what birds to fall on? Like it's flying in the air How does it decide this one would have fallen and to see if there's something here that would pick up

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anything well the seed

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anything with the seed I mean this bird doesn't know what the hell is going on

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down to the bottom of a plan that's not a business plan. It hasn't had discussions with us you know, we're like we're having discussions now. Doesn't unsure it just goes out flaps its wings comes back and gives it to her baby birds

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and we

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the most right to be anxious. It doesn't even know it doesn't even know where it is. I mean they're quite good in terms of hyphenation, all those kind of things but it fully relies on Allah for lions. So animal

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animal and this is this is an exemplary animal or how to have Torkel next time you have problem with taco look at a bird in the sky. So let's see how this this animal does it you can do you know when you're watching by the way IMDb you know the top movies and all these they do the rankings.

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I looked at it and number one was planet Earth. People are fascinated with taking lessons from from from Attenborough and all this form from creation. So next time you look at an animal don't look at it like as in that way look at it. What lessons can I take from it the process I'm selling look at the bird.

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It's telling us to be like more like a bird like the animal. Because the bird doesn't have questions. He just goes out gets the food just enough children bellyful happy. Flap flap is when

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we have too many questions.

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And because the bird never questions, the existence of God, it never questions that God is the provider. It never compares itself with other birds doesn't do the stuff we do that doesn't have to have Caliban doesn't have problems with the heart and so on. So we have to be more like the boat because that fits in with Isaac and they're lucky in the sense let's go to the next one Charla

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Okay, so the next one is Al Hakim, to hack me, I will hack him. So the judge

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the one who always delivers justice in every situation to everyone. Nothing happens in creation, except by his authority and his decree. Al hakam never wrongs anyone and is never oppressive. He is the only true judge. No one can overturn his judgment, or change his decree. So he's pretty much perfect in that sense,

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in terms of believers, like spiritually,

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justice and wisdom of Allah, so justice and wisdom of Allah in His judgment, it reminds believers, that Allah is the ultimate authority and decision maker, and that we should submit to His judgments and rulings with trust and faith. Like

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how Yunus said as well before, like, when when we're earning money, and if it's haram, when Allah has told us not to, you know, not to earn that kind of way, that kind of trust is completely different to this kind of trust. So that kind of trust is just trusting what Allah is telling us to do, which is good for us, for the Ark era, but this kind of trust is like, okay, someone's done you wrong, or something's happened in your life, and you trust and have faith in Allah, that he's going to deal with it in the most just way. So that kind of two different things. And another thing that actually is a little bit interesting is, the name is also serves as a reminder of the importance of

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seeking knowledge and wisdom. Because as wisdom brings forth justice,

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it is literally the name of Allah. Basically.

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Al Hakim is justice and wisdom leads to justice. So if you go and seek knowledge, you're kind

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They've actually, you know, executing that name in, in like, tangible ways. It is a very similar word Hackman. How come?

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Yeah, and the profits have been given the heckum and the hochma. Yeah, how come and they'll Hekima. So, which is wisdom and judgment. And obviously for our from our perspective, I would add to that is that we would want to see the judgment of Allah on the earth.

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And some groups have misappropriate, organic, uses incorrectly. And don't fear and all those kind of things and whoever doesn't, but the idea is, then we do have to kind of pay attention to oh man, let me I can be mountains and Allah will let you go home, and then you've got a castle on the bottom of the fence or

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whatever it doesn't rule by that which Allah has revealed them, they are x y Zed, and we're not in charge of governance, we're not and we will not be held to account for what another government does. However, in our hearts, we cannot actually prefer the law, a secular law to the law of Allah subhanaw taala cannot prefer

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it is not something which Allah allows. For example, Allah subhanaw taala as a rhetorical question for how can we giulietti You have a horn?

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Do they prefer this sort of question? Do they prefer the judgment of the pre Islamic ignorant times?

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Allah subhanaw taala also mentioned the Quran

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he says that

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for what a big layup we're gonna have to you hacky McAfee my shadow Robina home, so Malaya Judo fee and foods him Hello Jemima Colita where you sell the motors Lima

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that by Allah or by your load this is one of the few places in the Quran Allah swears by himself, which means this is a very serious matter here for Becca let me know they don't truly believe Hatter you have chemo Kaffee massage Avena home until they make you or Muhammad the judge of what has the disputes between them. Samba ladies will fee and footsy him homage me macro data. And then they don't find any displeasure constraint from that which you have judged, where you suddenly more Taslima and they are completely happy with this judgment. So a test of Eman effectively, a test of faith is if you see a place where Islam is not. Yeah, let Kelly metal light is not there, or the

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caliber of Allah or the hokum of Allah is not there and you are content with that thing, then there's a questionable question mark when you're a man.

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Because we should want to see Islam being implemented, getting in every space where Muslims at least occupy, I mean, if non Muslims put it into play, it's not going to help them anyway, they have to first believe in the tendency of Ghanians. Otherwise, it's fruitless, frivolous thing. But what I'm saying is, at least in our own households, we would want to see the implementation of Islamic law. We want to see

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Islamic norms being in effect, we can't feel like this is better than this.

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We can't or cannot say, which means now we have liberal and feminist governments or,

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I mean, feminism has been given state backing.

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That's why it's, you know, it's as effective as it really has been given state backing. So you have governments who are affected by liberalism and feminism and secularism, okay. And some people in the Muslim world will look at some aspects of Islamic law. And they will say, I prefer this law to this law.

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I prefer you know, in the Quran ascetical ascetical. Difficult ideal matches me my Castlevania Kelemen. Allah does a ruling for the thief in Islam. Some Muslims will look and say, Actually, I don't believe in that. I personally believe it's better for the person to go to prison, I believe that's better.

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These things are highly problematic. It can be covered, actually. It is. It is.

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I mean, wouldn't pronounce the feel of the person?

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Yeah, and it is, it is disbelief to believe in that because if Allah is the One who is all knowing, and always know about his laws,

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and of let's say, the 600 laws of Canada, in the Quran,

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frankly, there's about 12 or 13,

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which are very controversial in, in modern times relating to gender, and maybe 10 to 15 relating to how do though, let's just say 10 So altogether, we've got 25 laws, which people will be willing to leave the religion of Islam because of out of more than 1000 and we're talking 600 If I can, and the Quran only, let alone the Hadith. We're talking about 1000s of rulings in Islam. 25 laws can make people leave the religion of Islam a lot to do with inheritance to do with this, if you could put it in perspective that shows you that the issue

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is that you don't accept the authority here. You don't accept that Allah is a hacker. Because if you truly believe ALLAH is a hacker, he's the old knowing he is a wise, you would not contest any single law.

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You cannot How can you contest

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it's like going to a doctor's and you asking the person for a gives you a diagnosis and prescription, you're not gonna, you're not going to start debating this matter. You're not gonna start debating this matter. Because you have already put your trust in the doctor, you know, he knows more than you do. You've given them authority, the ones who debate the rules of Islam from within our community, either the ones of low faith or in fact,

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it is no less, Elissa Lahoma, there is no third option.

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If there is a third option is John is ignorance, if there is a third option, but then an ignorant person shouldn't come with arrogance, they shouldn't debate the matter, they should just come and ask. So we have in our own communities, people that will object explicitly to aspects of Islam.

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And they will say no, this is this is now they shouldn't this is wrong, this is bad, or they will feel angry, and it's a slippery slope. People will feel angry that some people are implementing Islamic law or that they're doing something Islamically permissible, they will feel angry by that.

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My question is, is not Allah the hacker, he allowed this thing? He made this thing okay? Or he made this thing obligatory. Or he me so we have to have a tentacles up for this kind of thing. We we have to diagnosis if we see this and then we have to deal with the person because we all have friends family, whatever, in a circle outer circles that are like this. It's impossible for me to and we all have we live in the West. We're all a product of our society, and that be a beatin. We're all the Abner of our via of our ultra society. Our job is to identify that and do more Alijah of that to actually treat that because that's wiki man. That could be an effect, actually, that the person is

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not actually a true doesn't believe in Islam. They're pretending to be Muslim for social reasons. Because this is one of the ways you can tell if someone's a true Muslim or not. If someone starts attacking the rule out, like, outright of Islam 25 rules out of I don't know, more than an hour how many Canada? Maybe over 1000s 1000s Maybe 1000s of Afghan 2000 3000 maybe 5000 I don't know. It depends on what you define as a hokum. I mean, really, what we're talking about 1000s of I can't like 25 they're gonna make you leave the fold of Islam. Because you don't believe that the handle or you don't believe this, or the woman should wear or dad or polygamy. You say no, you see a man

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that's performing polygamy. He will say he's a bad man. The moment you say the bad there's a bad man perform polygamy fast and complicated. The problem how some event is finished, implicated. I don't care what you say. Because now that man, you've you've said he's bad for doing that, that this habit did that. All the professors, most of them did something like that you implicate. We see people in our OMA saying, look at him, and they'll start Oh, he done this and he done it. You don't believe me?

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Some of them will hide behind 1000 facades and higher l but he did it in this way. And this The problem is, is this time and is for the profit it's not for the business not for the hiding behind all these fake facades the truth of the matter is you don't really believe this do you don't believe that's the best you believe in one man or woman you believe in Broadway.

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You believe in not handing cutting you believe in the prison. You don't believe this?

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I would want to see Allah He those people that argue that way. Want to see a camera in their house to see if they pray even. Because a lot of them will be surprised they probably don't even pray with

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them. They don't believe in this thing. There's a handful of office buildings religion,

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a lot of them on ethics.

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And this is one way of finding out of course, this whole what I'm saying to you now has been misused by groups. So we have to be careful because there's a lot there's many excuses. But then on the other hand, as well there's another extreme the energetic extreme, which means that some people have just said okay, you can believe in whatever you want sola feeding as a Christian say also like solar feeding if you justification through faith alone, that's what solar freedom means. Latin justification through faith alone so long as you believe Jesus died on the cross. Call us Bismillah

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no problem. So so long as you believe that Allah Muhammad Salah you can't say anything No, you can't. And we will. Because this is something no one said before if someone start attacking the laws of Islam, we're going to start seeing things of course with us because even if it's a letter of the law 1000 times and you attack one law of the camp of Allah the Quran said Let let allow you so praying and everything you don't

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have the Hodge has been put on.

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So this is we need an important name.

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I wanted to be able to tie right next name. Yeah.

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This is

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the translates as the utterly just and it's it's relating to Allah's wisdom. And it's the one who rectifies and sets all matters straight in a fair, impartial and equitable manner. The one who always acts justly, the one who delivers absolute justice, the one whose wisdom and justice is based upon complete knowledge of the past, present and future.

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And as mammoth covered quite a lot of ground is basically you can, you can say that even however weak you are, if you've been oppressed, or if you've been wronged by someone, you can always if you put your sincere faith in Allah, you know that you will be given justice. So that's, that's kind of what it what it translates into.

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It's one of those ones that we have to do that as well, we have to be just as we have to be, just like Allah is just we have to be just as well. Ready.

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And hey, so that means a leader who came a little higher already. So the one who has like, the perfection of life and does not die, and almost always comes with a volume, which means that the self subsisting and there's a discussion on your chakras mentioning how if it's the small molehill album, or like the gorgeous Name of Allah, some policies, Allah some says, Man, I'm some seeds and Halo, I'll call you. And there's different evidences are each fantastic, beautiful. And this is one of those ones that many of the scholars like this so you can find that through that color alone.

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You know, you can find this out, you don't need NASA in a sense to realize what is hate. And if it's differentiated between the dead and the fact and one of the arguments Hamza sources mixing his book, which I like, is the argument, which is that if you consider the fact that you, you have just elements chemistry, you have things on the, you know, the universe, which is just elements, yeah. How did life get into that? Now, I'm not sure if you guys have researched, but there's one called angiogenesis.

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And embryogenesis is the beginning of life is this is the theories related to the beginning of life.

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So how did life first begin on death? You'll be surprised at what kind of theory they come up with. One of the theories of says that some something came from the sky, literally alien, any.

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Then it became this soup or for elements and stuff in there, because they don't know exactly how it happened. And that's what lesson the Quran mersch had to help us and it was

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what a whole kind of homage to the modeling,

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that I have not made them witness the creation of the heavens in the earth, no the creation of themselves. We haven't seen the creation of ourselves. So the point is, is that embryogenesis what's the evidence for that there is no evidence, they are explicit if you go online now, right? embryogenesis they're explicit to the fact that this is a speculative phenomena, they have no way of showing you how life lifts objects became having life or life has produced through them. The question is, how could something which is bereft of a quality produce it?

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How could something be difficult to shake your tea? How could something which doesn't have something give it so how could something which is dead give us life?

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So we say no, okay, well makes more sense that something which is living gives life.

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So the fact that Allah is living is one of the manifestations of that is that there are living creatures, there is such a thing as biology in the first place. The existence of biology as a subfield of science is evidence that there was a living entity that endowed life to something otherwise not capable of it.

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Biology isn't evidence for the for the height,

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and I'll tell you is how you how you may Atilla or the KU Mejia the fact that close comma, you chemo is a common to Solokha, the common solar standing up.

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And Allah, he brings he,

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he allows everything just to be when they translate it as the maintainer. Why because everything is standing, standing in it in that metaphorical sense is existing rather than non existing. It is existing. Yeah, just consider the following. These are things which nobody can deny. Let me just put out there.

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It's a fact that the universe exists, and as a fact of life on the universe.

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And there's a fact that life can consistently

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belongs in the universe. And it is a fact that the universe

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has laws which consistently allow life. That's a fact. This is indisputable. No one can say anything about that. It's a fact that the universe is primed for the could not just live to exist in one specific moment, but the continuation of human life for at least some time

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How'd you explain this phenomenon? Now let's really do an exhaustive logical disjunction. Eliminated really consider all of the potentials. What could be the explanation for the fact that you have a universe and you have life in the universe? And that the life continues to exist in a universe? That's consistent life and the universe?

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What is it? What can you say? Random, we already said there's no such thing as randomness. Or you cannot put randomness under a microscope. randomness is not something that can can touch feel or sense pain, what is then what is the best explanation either that the life was put from a non life source or life source, that the laws are put from law from a lawmaker or no lawmaker?

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Just do a logical examination, and you will come to a conclusion that it makes sense to believe in something with life, something with maintaining ability, and something with knowledge, and something with a heckler all the things that we talked about already.

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These things you can come to logically, let's do one more. And I know it's a bit of a difficult one today, but let's just push on.

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Yeah, of course, was very quick. I want to I want to make one point. And I got one question. Yes. It was bugging me. Yes. Okay. So the point I want to make is a lot of people, especially the, you know, 20 to 30 year olds, maybe even 15 Plus, I would say

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they get carried away with science, they think it can answer, you know, all these questions that they have, including the metaphysical world. So, what I would suggest to those scientists is just keep on finding how things happen. Rather than trying to delve into why things happen, you see what I'm saying? So that's the sciences doesn't deal with why? Exactly. Because they delve into the why that's where the confusion. That's where the confusion comes out. Yeah. So the question I wanted to ask you about the attributes of Allah. Why are there so many attributes that are so similar to each other? That sometimes we even struggle to different differentiate like between them? Why are they so

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similar? Why could it? Like Why could it not be just a haircut? Al Hakim? And not that and what the other brother said, which was the same meaning, which was justice? Why are they so similar? Do you have an answer to that? Yeah, that's because Allah subhanaw taala has very precise properties, which need to be that is spoken about in different articulations. Now, all of these attributes that we're seeing in the human language, none of them do justice to what a lot actually is.

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And all of the attributes that we've just gone through today, none of them add all of them that we know. None of them actually do justice to the Essence of Allah or the being of Allah or the attributes of Allah.

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But we need so many of them with so many demarcations so that we can try and exhaust the logical possibilities.

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Yeah, and so we have a lot of them. There's, there's even more that we that has not been revealed to us. But this is as much as we can cope with the human mind can control. So would you say that the definition that we gave of these two attributes of Allah, they're not actually exactly what we said. Because one is justice, but the other one is some other kind of justice. You see what I'm saying? Like, there's so different, and I see them as like different dimensions. Like some beware of that, because the attributes of God are not separate Villette, they're not they're not there's not multiplicities essences. So it's not like you've got, you know, a million essences within

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you these are not that that different that this is just descriptions. They have an ontological status. We're not saying they deplete have an ontological, they do have an ontological status. But the ontological status, it's not like you have a pantheon of gods, for example, all of them will have Vianney. No, this is one God with one essence being described in many different ways based on what this god intrinsically is, and what this God can do.

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So this is what is referred to as a Socratic that here, the intrinsic attributes, when you have the will of God, and then you have a societal theory, or that are fairly, the verbal attributes, the attributes relate to action. So we're trying to exhaust the Arabic language or any human language to explain what we mean by God, what this is all of this exhaustion of language, it doesn't come close to knowing exactly what Allah subhanaw taala is. And therefore, all these separations are required. Exactly. Yeah. Okay. Okay, one more. One more. Guys. I noticed hiring. We'll do one more. Okay, and then we'll call it a day. How many have we done today? We've done 2020.

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So the two rounds of 816 Okay, this is what we do, everyone

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has two names now.

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So welcome back to the show. To show I don't know I'm calling our show.

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Anyway, let's leave this in no problem. Let's start with some of the names of Allah subhanaw taala. Which ones did you call you? Did you cover North garden ambassador? Okay, so to go start with North first, nor is not an Yanni when we say no obviously means a light, okay? It doesn't mean Allah has a light, like the light that you see here like the lamp or the candles or something. This is not a last night. I mean, the rule of thumb is less, obviously he shaved off some Elbasy after that. There's nothing like Allah subhanaw taala at all. And he is still seeing or hearing. Sometimes in dreams we have, you can have a dream that has a light and some room and separates the Sophie's

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dream. Now, in the light, Allah has a light, they accept that that means a live the dream, for example, but that's not how Allah is in reality, because anything you can imagine the rule of thumb is, is not Allah labelled recall of subtle who did a cut off so that nothing can encompass him and he's, he encompasses everything. But for example, some of the Salah one, Allah whom are similar to a lot, that Allah is the norm. And obviously you have a whole chapter so ignore of the heavens in the earth.

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They said that he is the one who guides the people in the heavens and the earth.

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Even told me it says that doesn't mean to say that just because he guides we will have an earth that Allah does not have an attribute called know what that attribute entails. For us, we don't know. But it can also mean the guide, the one who guides the people who haven't been here. So, which ones did you have? We had a look and Elbasan so when cobbled is from the root word, or above the middle, which means to take and generally the scholars of Tafseer here have said that Allah's Name and carbon basically means a Toby to restrict the provisions of the human beings or to take away the life from them. So every human being has a set amount a period where he is going to be alive and

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Allah subhanaw taala initially takes us so and Yakubu who it takes us So and Allah subhanaw taala also is an basit and this has the meaning of a Tosia to extend. And similarly, either Allah can extend your lifespan or he extends your provision. And either way, Allah does boast both of those things with mercy and with wisdom. So we never complain when we have a lack of provision. And we always remember that when we do have provision that unless one child is the one who gave us that, and we're thankful to him. And there's a famous verse in the Quran, of course, you know, wahala cilia hoodoo Yeah, de la he Mothernode the whole that idea malu I know. Hello, Bella devil Mobis was

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It was all time. So he's, the Jews said some of the Jews said in the time of the Masa Son, they came to me and they said to him, that God's hand is Quran, this is the Quran is saying that God's hand is constrained? Well, let's add him in fact, their hands have been constrained, will line up Makalu

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they have been cursed of what they said. And that his two hands are extended, in fact. So this is the bust. This is the idea of the extension of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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beautiful, let's go to the next one.

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So I've got a couple here so

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so first and Marty

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that was like for my part that Allah subhanaw taala is the Giver is to say the maximum the perfect giver.

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It's not in the Quran. But in the hadith of concise Ananda manually, the law will be higher and they will feed Dean wala who will Model T one and class him.

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For him about Allah subhanaw taala desires good for that he grants him a deep understanding of the religion and that is allies and multi Allah is the one that gives so from the greatest.

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Often the most sort of

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from the perfection of Allah is giving from the best things I can give a person his aim is knowledge. I never come at them to contain them what kind of a little lie Alec Halima Allah says in the Quran that he taught you that which we did not know. And his favorite point he was great and all of the other ayat and a hadith relating to eliminates its its virtues in Islam. Because then you have like other things like you know, provisions,

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the blessing of existing Amazonia Jad, you know, Muslim that these things, these are all things from the giving of Allah but it's

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a while at the same time is also an manner that he's the one who who rents or you can say restricts. So you can see that you have like almost two opposites here but like they weren't because this is like this, this manner or this prevention. It could be that Allah Yumna or Bella that he prevents like afflictions from coming onto a person or it could also