Breeze of Mercy October 18, 2017

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Bismillah

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ready, Mr. Miller

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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wa Salatu was special a special characteristic about him.

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Perhaps you can do became in Milan for a woman called me lakeisha

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alerted my woman FC Leticia la Marisa Hannah illuma jeraldo Salah

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has neither, she said,

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begin by thanking and praising Allah, and we beseech him to shower Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with salutations and compliments,

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and upon his family and his companions and all those who follow his tradition and suddenly until the end of time, we ask a lot of teachers that which benefits us and to allow us to benefit from what he has taught us, and to increase us in beneficial knowledge. We ask Allah to protect us from information which does not benefit

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from a heart which does not tremble at the remembrance of Allah from AI which does not shed tears and from enough switch does not find satiation. We affirm that nothing is possible except if Allah makes it so and he's the one capable of making the most difficult achievable as to what follows. We're continuing with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam ceramill, his dealings with alpha Kala Misaki, with the poor and needy within his community.

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And the last, the latest chapter, heading that we stopped at is how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and we've mentioned other examples of this before, but he greatly disliked to turn anyone away, who came to him with an inquiry or asking for something. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. We mentioned an example of this previously, where we said that if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had nothing to give, then he would find someone else who had something.

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If he had absolutely nothing in his household, he would at least delegate one of the Sahaba, one of the unsought and we mentioned a couple of stories, a couple of narrations

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showing an example of that. Here we have the Prophet sallallahu Sallam encouraging the same type of reaction and behavior to others.

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Now, this is something that's affirmed in the Quran. Allah subhanaw taala refers to a set in the one who comes asking you for something multiple times in the Quran. So Allah Subhana Allah says

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in Surah

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insalata very yet Wolfie myt him happen

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mcaloon

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Wolfie myt him happen. Lisa le wild mushroom. sala de

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la Subhana. Allah says that this, this person that's coming to ask, they have a help. Helped means right. Meaning they have a right over what we have. That they have put themselves forward and asked for, for help.

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The other verse that I was thinking sola Tila adage, Allah subhanaw taala describes the believers will Lavina Fie myt him How can mcaloon Lisa le wild mushroom.

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So they're believers. There is a heck within their property within their wealth to who to those that are seeking asking. They need help.

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And those that have nothing, my home, they have nothing themselves.

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The prophet SAW Selim himself was commanded by Allah insalata.

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What anessa Allah? Farah tenho? The one that's coming asking you don't shun them. Don't turn them away, don't humiliate them.

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In salatu salam, Allah Subhana Allah says,

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remind me Yama, Isha. Salatu, salam,

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O Allah May surah

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is how the verse ends? How does it begin?

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You're gonna check I want you to check your memory

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so that you can check Chawla look it up and let us know.

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llama the kitten and have seen our Illumina magin pallisa parasite do him a lower fee and YT him have been a YG been what must have been illegal mushroom alien Masha Gina Lena wouldn't be the NASS well as in la otra buena Minh home mama Sadie, relatively contemporary scholar of fct, he says that this help is is either an obligation or it is greatly liked and preferred to give the one who is asking something depending on the condition it may be logic or it may be Mr. have greatly encouraged highly encouraged Lita cannon leviosa Salam ye Harada airport he will Oceania Ceylon, the prophesize alum encouraged us to give the one who is asking even if it's something very small. So we find in

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the Hadith here,

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and Abdul Rahman

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angeletti he, what can it mean by Ursula sossalamander para Tierra Salalah in del Myskina la Puma Allah Bobby from Judah Hoshi Lee.

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So this Sahaba she told the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and she was amongst those that were of the early believers who gave Bayer who pledged allegiance to the Prophet. I said him she said, total supply So I said to them

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that there is a miskeen the Miskin person who stands outside of my door and asks me

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and I have nothing to give them. What should I do for

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a limited edition enter a plea to a cleaner who iya Ella Wolf and musharaka in February he feared the Pope's I sell him wanted to give her a

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a, I don't want to say extreme example. But the prophet SAW Selim went very far. He was very far fetched in his example, he said, even if you have nothing except this something burnt, that's all that you have, then put it in their hand. Meaning if you have nothing available to you, but give something Don't let them go empty handed, and the verse insalata a slot that Ahmad is looking for us, do you find it? Okay.

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In which Allahu subhana wa tada instructs us to at the very least, if you have nothing to give them give them a good word. Then say to them something positive, but at the very least, do not say anything negative to them.

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Another aspect of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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helping the poor Temasek he is in the aspect of marriage. ganas, Allah said, I'm so happy this Weijia helis Allah will hate him in home, the puffs I sent him would take an initiative and actively help

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individuals from this demographic to get married. And oftentimes it can be well, it's already hard to get married as it is especially well, in that time, it wasn't as hard but it was still challenging. Nowadays, there's the complexities surrounding the the matter have only increased, so no,

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you don't know.

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So

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but on top of that, so there is a big issue, which is finances. Actually, the issue of finances is the number one reason for divorce. You know that

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not just in the Muslim community but outside of the Muslim community as well. The number one reason why most people get divorced that has something to do with finances. And then there are other reasons after that, but so that's after marriage. So my bad look so you know, how about even just getting to the point where you can get married, finances can be a big burden.

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And everybody's a semi candidate on Sato either candidate him a human limb user, which is held in

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amla for canosa. sociology remains unsolved. The Whitney

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Given it took. So the narrator of this hadith says that the unsought you know, if there was a woman that was not married, then they would check with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam if he has any role for her. So the prophecy, Selim came to this man from the unsought and he told him

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marry Well, if we do a literal translation,

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if we do a literal translation, it would be marry me, your daughter.

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But the word in Arabic is a bit more nuanced. Because it could also apply to the one who's officiating the marriage.

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But it can go both ways, depending on context. So the prophecy I sent him said, this term which can be understood to remain marry me, your daughter, and that's what the man from the onset understood. So imagine how happy he got.

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So he said, For Karla, no more kerama Tanya Rasul Allah Nam when he said, he said, Yes, and all of my, my, my, you know, you know, this is this is like the greatest source of dignity and honor. He said, If you know, he used an expression of speech, which means if I had to give up my eyes for this, I would do it.

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So then the prophets I seldom said to him for Pilate, in Neela story to hell enough. See,

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the prophet said, Hold on a minute, not for me. I'm not trying to marry her myself.

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So you can imagine how deeply

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Allah Freeman, Yasser Allah so he said, So who do you want to marry her to? So when he understood that it means he wants to officiate this marriage? So he said, Who do you want to marry her to?

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lead you ladies Vb prophesize lm says, I want her to get married to Julie beep. So one of those I have a JB.

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Well, let's keep reading. You'll see who the lady is for Carla. So the man said

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this is really interesting. The man said, You're a suit of law, or shall we? Oh, Omaha. The man said O Messenger of Allah. I got a consult with her mom.

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He didn't say that the first time.

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He said I gotta consult her mom see what she thinks about the matter.

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I thought oh my god. Rasulullah. He

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said the Messenger of Allah has put forth a proposal for your daughter.

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Ambiguous vague. So she said that?

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She said, Yeah, of course. What a blessing. This is for Karla in the who lays asleep ahead NFC in the math label Holly JB. He said well, you should know he's not giving a proposal for himself but it's on behalf of July VB

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for coilette Julie v. Boone. edu lady,

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she said is to leave his son and she repeated it three times and she's yelling. She said learn I'm Rola he letters A widow. She said no. I swear by Allah don't marry him. Don't marry her off to this man.

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For them near boom, yet era slicer SLM. Do you feel Obama pilot ma? Bhattacharya?

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Mankato. 24 karat.

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Mo, H ferroni for inaho. Let me let you hear me.

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So the man is about to get up and go inform the profit slice of what the answer to the Shula and he said I gotta show it, I have to make sure I with it with her mom. So he wants to go back and tell him listen, she didn't approve. And as he is leaving, the girl comes and she says Hold on a minute, what's going on here? What's this commotion? Who is it that has put forth a proposal for me? So the mother filled her in on the details? Well, the process I sent him came but it's not for him. It's actually on behalf of JB and that's not happening. So your father is going to go now and inform the process. I said that it's not happening

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for God. So she said, Are you going to reject the directions and the recommendation the command of the Prophet Cyrus Allah?

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Is that really what you guys are going to do? The prophet SAW Selim is one who took the initiative and made this suggestion you're going to go against what he's suggesting.

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She said no, let me go ahead and do this. And and I will not be forsaken. They will be hated there will be good in this from

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July so SLM bajo

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Allah shabbiha physiologia Junaid even so the father went he said, okay, whatever you want to do a messenger of Allah. It's your

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Call and so the prophet SAW Selim got the two married this, the daughter of this man and Julie v. For hora de la Sol Lysa SLM fevers within lo furama, followed only by the little Toby. Hell, they don't I mean, I had in Kaduna before and one of the Fulani.

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Hello speedrun. I mean, I had

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Karla kidney FPGA beban

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So mobile and who also lives in America, he will have Ferrara who matter who said Iran LSR sorry, Dallas slice or send them some mobile data or Wi Fi what is called a no who was Sarah, who.

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After they got married, there was a lezama there was a military expedition that the prophets Larson embarked on. And many of the Sahaba were with him. And amongst them was JB. So after the battle had come to an end, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Who are you guys missing? Are you missing anyone? They said, we're missing so and so and so and so and so and so they listed names. And so the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. Again, asked after they gave him the list of names of Sahaba that were not living amongst the ranks. He asked them again, who are you missing? They said, we're not missing anyone else. We everyone we told you. That's who we're missing. The prophets. I seldom

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said but I'm missing someone. He's not here and you didn't mention his name. They said Who? He said JB.

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He said go and look amongst the deceased. If you find a jewel, AB. So they went and they looked and they found him. And they found him surrounded by seven.

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Seven from the enemy army surrounded around his body, they found seven bodies from the opposing army.

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Which means what? Which means he was fighting all seven. So they came back to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and they informed him but also la went to his body, and lasala hilarious lm stood over his body and he said, Katara sub attend Wakata Lu, he killed by himself seven of them until they killed him.

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But he didn't go down without a fight. And he bravery and courage and strength.

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And then the office I sent him said had a mini war and I mean, who he's from me and I am from him, meaning closeness, and love and brotherhood, and a very tight and close knit relationship and the Prophet repeated. The narrator said maybe twice, maybe three times he is from me and I am from him.

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And so for the prophets, I set him to say that about someone that means they're a very special person.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam held him until they they dug a grave for him and he placed him inside his grave and the narrator says the Prophet did not wash him which is the case and the son of the puffs I sent him with the

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martyrs

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had this is happened to Abdullah he had saboten Paul heltah Allah Masha Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is half of Abdullah and he says Do you guys know what do other prophets I said have made for that girl.

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So they said what?

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He said the prophets I seldom said Allahumma

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so ballyhale Allah subhanho wa Taala and Aisha can then cut down the process Allah made your app for her and he said Oh Allah.

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Give her a downpour of clay it of goodness Subbu pour over her a downpour of goodness. Meaning Yanni just envelop her in goodness from your lat shower her and goodness from you what antigen Aisha Hackett then Kenda and do not ever allow her, her well being her livelihood, to be one of stress and difficulty and toil.

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And hardship.

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So they said, I'd have eaten for mechanicville Ansari, a human infant, I mean her. So the Sabbath, the latest narrator in that in that chain, he said there was no unmarried woman from amongst the Ansel that had more nefa that had more spent on her more access to resources.

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Then this woman,

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as a response of the prophet SAW Selim, and also as a response to fulfilling the recommendation of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in this marriage, even though Julie B was not rich, he was very poor,

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very poor.

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But this is what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did, even in the realm of marriage. So it's not just about giving the Forgotten Misaki in which we saw many examples of the process that I'm doing, but also directly involved in elevating and improving the quality of their life on an emotional level and on a family level, helping them to form those unions

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and an established families and households

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What can I film editor carefully Molly FEMA Baynham, the props i said i'm also encouraged to have you know, type of cooperative you know, like a co op like cooperative for people to help one another. And Abby mazlish area of the law

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either I don't know Philadelphia we open up our mo le him in Medina de Janeiro McKenna in the home v so we'll be reading Dr. Sam obey no home fee now in Washington Missa tee for home minima and amin home, the professor said I'm setting this hadith which is narrated in Bukhari and Muslim Mustafa con la on the authority of Abu Salah. Surely the prophecy Salaam and Abu says from these people, Abu Musa Eddie's from this tribe, the prophet is praising his tribe,

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his tribe, he's saying, this tribe of Abu Musashi,

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they have a way of doing things amongst them. What is it, he said, if there is anyone, you know, after a lesbo after a battle, for example.

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Or if there is a decrease in food

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and resources to go around. What they do is they gather a film or a piece of cloth

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and everybody pitches in a little bit into it.

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Everybody contributes to this pot or to this pile, and they literally get a piece of cloth. Everybody contributes something, even if it's little, whatever they can, some doctor some Obinna home.

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fee, inna in Washington disability, then they divide all of it

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in equal parts amongst everyone within one container in one enter for home mini one amin home and the Prophet use the same phrase that he used. We heard him use earlier with JB, they are from me, and I am from them, meaning what they're doing is something I approve of. And this is something that I love. This is from his son, Eddie, his Salatu was Salam. So you have the virtue of these people.

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This this tribe, this family that the Pops I sent him said who minoo and I mean home that's virtuous. And also you see that one of the wisdoms and one of the reasons of this virtue is

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is recognizing the good that they're doing cooperating and helping each other everybody pitches in and then we divide it equally. So everybody contributes and everybody benefits goes both ways.

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This is the last section of this chapter, which is really, or section before last, which is really interesting. The prophet SAW Selim also gave recommendations for how to increase that is an balika. And this is something we mentioned. Last week briefly, the prophet SAW Selim loved alpha called Mr. King, and he made sure to have their love. And he wanted to be with him. And he mentioned the virtues of them in this dunya.

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But

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we don't take those narrations and study them in a in a vacuum. We look at them in relation to other narrations. So the prophesied Sam did not want them to stay poor and in need of solid above others. And that's why we mentioned last week how the offseason have encouraged different

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careers and different trades and skills. So he encouraged some habit to go into farming, encourage others to habit to be to work with wood, and he said, Denise, the prophet was a nutjob and would have worked with iron and would eat from the food that he earned the work of his hand. On top of that, the puffs I sent him also gives us very important points about how to increase

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and get out of poverty in need. of them is similar to Russian.

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And this is a big one. And it's also

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a difficult one to to maintain the ties of kinship with family

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members and relatives and nsmt Maddie can only allow her and Samir to also lie Sorry Sir, my pool. Man, I have been a noob supporter who fear is he or Yun Salah houfy. Sad foliose ohshima there's a hadith recorded in Bukhari and Muslim whatever con la have the highest level of authenticity and a symptomatic narrative. He says, I heard the prophet SAW Selim say, whoever wishes that there it is that they're

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that their sustenance be expanded.

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And that they have a that they have bollock and blessing and

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stretch in their lifespan,

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then, if they wish to have that, then let them do say that

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but then maintain the ties of kinship. So Sarah to Russian yields to great benefits in this dunya nevermind all of the great reward in an aphylla that a lot of talks about in verses in the Koran. But from this hadith we know that there is Baraka in wealth and in lifespan

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and that's a direct result of soda total.

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So, every time we meet a meter and it is the heli azido yonkos wahama aka oma medica hula Abdou for a Jabari Spooner on how to hula hula hula hula Zoo for her that

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was 90 marketable who lm IB Hill mela aka bajada z do I am cos we have to be as Bab for interrupt

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Moodle along with Ecotec and Dec to Bella who is well in Warsaw Allah.

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Allah Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, Allah Allah, Allah, Allah dannic

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every taenia was asked

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in relation to this Hadeeth How can that be? Isn't risk and lifespan lifespan something already determined? So how can it be that your risk is increased? Or your lifespan is

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stretched? Isn't this something a lot already decreed, before even we were created?

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So he responded and he said that it is is of two types.

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The first is that which Allah

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has knowledge of, and what Allah Subhana Allah has decreed. So this doesn't change. And this was decreed and recorded way before we were even created. It's a total amount from beginning to end. But then there is another aspect to it is which is from amongst from within that there is that which Allah informed them of and gave them the task of dispersing and recording with them at an acre. So that can increase or decrease based on a sebab based on the things that this person does or doesn't do.

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And one of those is set a total him so if a person is doing a lot of similar to him, that allows a panel to add it tells the angels to reverse a command that he had given them earlier, limiting this person that is now that reversal, and the end result was already known to Allah anyways. But at the level of what has been assigned to the angels that changes based on the actions of the person.

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Make sense? Not really,

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little bit.

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Yeah, I can tell by looking at you, which part of it is hard to grasp.

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So the reason why it's not contradicting is because we are thinking of it in a linear format. So let me give you a human example. Human example. Let's say

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I give Waleed

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100 bucks.

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And I tell him your job is to deliver this 100 bucks to Omar.

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If

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he

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doesn't skip a single day of seminary this year.

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Too late. Let's pretend if he doesn't skip, then you give him the full $100 but for each day, he skips you decrease $1

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Make sense? So give him this $100 so if you are going every day going every day, tell him give him give him the full bonus. But if he skips, you tell it No, take it back.

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Okay.

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That's on a human level.

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with Allah Subhana Allah to Allah.

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Allah says in his knowledge

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of what's going to take place in the future.

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doesn't move in a linear format. It doesn't require a system of cause and effect.

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So Allah, Allah knows what's going to happen

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before it happens. And if it were to happen, how it would be, and how it would have been if it would have happened, even though it didn't happen,

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wrap your head around that.

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So Allah subhana wa tada already knows, when he decreed from the beginning before the Hulk was created, a lot already decreed and knew exactly how much it is that this person is going to get from beginning to end.

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Now at the level of the Mullah, aka, recording that and releasing it and distributing it to the creation, from their perspective, it's increasing or decreasing.

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But Allah already knew what the end result was going to be. So the end result that that person has over there is it's not a different number than what Allah already decreed way before that person was created.

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But from the perspective of the Metallica, it's increasing or decreasing.

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Make sense?

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And from our perspective, so from our perspective, that is has increased Alhamdulillah and it has, but a lot already knew that that was going to happen.

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And a lot already knew what our actions would be before we did them, the good and the bad. But we still have a choice. The fact that Allah knows, does it mean that he has imposed that to happen?

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See, for a human being, if I know what you're going to do, and I'm certain what you're going to do, that probably means I have a hand in it

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in terms of forcing it to go that way, but with a loss of habitat of his that alien is not bound by that linear movement of cause and effect and of actions. A little bit philosophical, but think about it.

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We can give it more time at the end shala if there needs more clarification, but if so, one of them is

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similar to one

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another is tokuma lc.

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Two to hold yourself back from committing sinful acts and acts of disobedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And so by not only Allah subhanho wa Taala Rasulullah sallallahu ala of cinema in La Jolla.

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They are humorous Bobby's MB, you see boohoo.

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This is recorded

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in the book of Event Manager.

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And many of the earlier Matt have graded it as sound.

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So bad narrates that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that a individual will prevent himself from risk because of a them because of a sin because of a poor choice, displeasing to Allah that he or she commits or

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acts upon.

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So that is a barrier to this. And Abdullah Abdullah and Huma Abedin, Elena Rasulullah Hisanori Cinema faqad yamashiro, Mahajan, Hanson it absolutely to begin with Ruth will be law here until the recoupment

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I do one minute at him. Barrel gonna add him or mme in Metro Makita biLlahi with hyoni Manzer Allah Elijah Allah who we assume Baynham This is really scary. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in a hadith and this is recorded in the book of urban magic, and some of the scholar said to display

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Abdullayev neuromotor narrates that the prophet SAW Selim came to us. And he said

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Omaha Jerome is addressing the Mahabharata. He said five things.

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Five things if you are afflicted with them.

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And I seek refuge in Allah and I ask Allah for protection that you would ever

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be afflicted with these five things.

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Number one,

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the Prophet salallahu Salam says, the emergence of fascia

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and the spread of fascia amongst the people until they not only commit and perpetuate this, Russia, but they also announce it and publicize it and advertise it and show it off.

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And fascia is a comprehensive term which refers to anything that is lewd and inappropriate,

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especially dealing with matters of the law of that which is to be concealed, and covered and protected.

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Illa for Shafi him Akbar on

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the prophecy incidences the consequence of this ILA, meaning there is no consequence except that there will be a Barun and upon our own is plague

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will Alger and ailments and illnesses that their forefathers and previous generations never experienced.

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That's number one, number two,

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cheating and being deceitful in weights and measures,

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Weights and Measures.

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So in terms of buying and selling and trading, and transactions, okay, when the weights and measures are off,

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when you are paying for x and you end up getting less than that,

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on purpose because of cheating and treachery. The Prophet I sent him says, when they do this in law, we do be sinning, except the consequence of this is years of famine,

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hunger, or should they tell him what she did tell him owner and like real

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difficulty with

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provisions and that which the people need for life and for sustenance. It will be greatly limited and there will be difficulty in the pursuit of provisions

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where God Soltani Allah him and that their ruler will be oppressive over them.

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That's number two.

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Number three.

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Number three, the interruption

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and prevention of zakat.

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Zakat this mandatory

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charity. If it stops, people stop paying that guy there is no collecting of zakat. There is no distribution of Zika Zika becomes something

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null and void. Illa Mooney ro El Gato Amina Sana,

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they will be prevented

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from water coming from the sky rain, prevention of rain. So drought.

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And then the props I sent him said well lol baja him.

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And if it wasn't for the fact that they were animals amongst them, they wouldn't get any rain at all.

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But it's because of the mercy of Allah upon those animals and what sin those animals have. That Allah gives some rain but there is a decrease.

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Number four is knuckle Dora de la to break a covenant with Allah wa

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salatu salam, and to break covenant with the messenger. So there are agreements that we as a creation have with Allah.

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And there are covenants that the prophets I send them has

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like expectations that we have to fulfill towards Allah and His messenger and what Allah and His Messenger what their rights are upon us. The laws right is that he be obeyed and worshipped without any partners the Messenger of Allah is the right is that he be obeyed and followed in his tradition implemented amongst others LSL Lok Allahu Allah him I do one minute at him, except Allah will send upon those people an enemy from outside

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for a hurdle Barbara Murphy at him, so this invading enemy

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will take from their wealth and their belongings.

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And then the fifth is when the IMA when the Imams when the rulers and those in positions of authority

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and leadership do not rule

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based on the book of Allah

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and they ended up picking and choosing from amongst that which Allah commanded

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Illa Allah Allahu batterham Bina home, except that Allah subhanho data will cause amongst them internal strife.

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Their destruction will be of an internal nature, they will be fighting each other.

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So these are five

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major

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crimes and sins

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and actions and behaviors that are displeasing to Allah, and that are impermissible. And the common denominator amongst all of these consequences is that it affects everyone around.

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This is a very common misconception is that we think that if, if I sin

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I'm the only one that's going to be affected by the consequences of that.

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But that's not how it works. We are a creation of a law that lives amongst each other and around each other.

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Allah says Allah, Allah, Allah facade, you feel better, you will better well battery be Makassar but agenus luzia Babylonia, Amira,

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Allah Subhana, Allah says you will notice destruction, corruption in the land, not just on land, but even in sea as well feel very well about on land and in the ocean. As a consequence of the actions as a consequence of what the hands of the people have done, so that Allah will will allow them to experience a portion of what they have done.

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If a law were to actually hold us accountable for all of the actions, we would be destroyed. Whenever you see the law NASA be Makka Sabu, Metallica, Allah, Mohammed daba, Allah says if a law were to hold the creation accountable for everything that they did, there would be nothing walking on the face of the earth.

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Dabba Doo brother of anything that is striking the earth with its feet,

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by the lies that are commanded by him, to lay us yeah, Allah is so merciful. We have so many mistakes, so many intentional,

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poor choices. And Allah forgives and forgives and allows us to continue.

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Nonetheless, there are consequences. And so if we notice some of these consequences, that should be a reminder to do tobei return back to Allah. Because our poor choices, we are not the only ones that will be affected, but we will all be affected by it.

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And that's the nature of dunia in the ashira. Letter 002 is a local law and the hereafter, each soul is accountable for what they did. You don't pay the price for anyone's actions. But this is not akeelah. in dunya, we mix and we live to each other with each other and we affect each other good and bad.

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Don't we impact each other based on our good deeds? If a person is righteous, does that not improve the condition of those all around them?

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If a person is upright and righteous and God fearing, and is fair, and just and always concerned about doing what pleases Allah, everyone around that person is going to benefit even if they're not involved in those deeds, the mcmunn the upright men benefits everyone around them just by being an upright woman.

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It's amazing. So likewise, someone who is someone who does Fiske, someone who disobeys Allah, the negative ramifications of that will be experienced by everyone around as well.

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And that's the nature of dunya

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or jalna bellicum libera. When fitna doesn't belong. Allah says, We have made some of you a fit in a trial. For the rest of you. We are a trial for each other.

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We are going to be impacting one another that doesn't belong. Allah says you're going to be patient because you have to be patient.

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You have to be patient.

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Okay, so

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slow to roll him and abstaining

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from

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committing sinful acts that are displeasing to Allah.

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Also, the the the opposite is also so if a person does Toba Toba is also a means of it is and Baraka. Because Allah Subhana Allah and His Messenger have promised that the one who does Toba, Allah will erase

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Hello erase those

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poor choices and those things like you read the law who say at the M pesa token along with one rahima

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the prophets I said him says for no matter because these two gentlemen what are the major and minor pilgrimage in Fianna and facula was the noob. They push away and get rid of poverty and sins. The same way that the hot intense oven gets rid of impurities from iron.

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What do they do when they want to make something out of iron, stick it into intense heat, melt it remove all the impurities and then shape it and fashion it into whatever you want to make. Right But first they have to melt it down to get rid of all of the impurities when you mined something out of the ground. It's not all shiny and nice and pure. It's mixed with a lot of other minerals and impurities and pollutants. How do you get rid of them you melt it. So the Prophet says hedge and I'm gonna does the same thing. They melt away poverty and sins

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and other narrations of puffs I said um says between the Roma and the Roma the sins are forgiven between one hedge and the next the sins are forgiven.

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That's number two or three.

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That's number four littlefoot Allahu Allah, what's number one?

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And number two

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and number three

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oh, you can Okay, we didn't count that as an okay, so. So number three

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telc su l ns to abstain from asking people when you're in a situation of need all the time. This is something that pops I sent him did not encourage. Now it happens sometimes. A person is in a difficult state they have to ask for help. It's not impermissible. But if a person makes a habit out of it, this could be something that actually inhibits and limits their disk. Look at this Hadeeth and Abbey capital in the Marielle the Allahu anhu no semi auto semi semi Sonata to oxymoron in Monaco Senado abdeen min sadaqa whenever Mr. Abdul

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This is recorded in the book of Attila meeting and the scholar said it is so here because she narrates that the he heard the prophet SAW Selim swear by three things. Three things The Prophet said I swear by them, and the profit never lies. Even without taking oath, the profit never ever lies. So if he's taking an oath, that means it's really really serious.

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Man upasana abdomen sadaqa sadaqa charity never decreases from a person's wealth.

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Never. Number one, number two, nobody is wronged.

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Somebody wrongs them, and they are patient. They patiently persevere.

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They they don't you know, blame God and run away turn away from Allah because of this, but they are patient. They don't use their tongue or their hand in ways that are evil and showing lack of patience. No, they maintain control, even though their tolerance has right now. What did we say in hajj, patience begins with tolerance ends

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Illa except that a lot increases them in his in dignity and honor. Because usually when someone has wronged when someone is oppressed, that means that their rights are stepped on, meaning that they're kicked to the side

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that's in this dunya but they have several, they expect to reward from Allah, Allah elevates their rank and grants them dignity and honor. While effort and this is the Shahada. This is the point of

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connection between this hadith and the topic, whatever to have done by by mass editing left Hello, Eddie Weber, that anytime a servant of Allah opens a inquiry where they're asking people give me give me give me except a lot opens for them another doorway of another doorway where poverty can afflict them.

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And so this is difficult. This goes back to sabar. It goes back to being patient goes back to being patient. Now, as we said,

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A person may reach a situation where they need to ask for help. And that's a reality sometimes, but it should not become habitual and it should not become the only thing that we rely on but let us rely first and foremost upon Allah and upon the abilities and the faculties and the resources that he has blessed us with

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12345 a telecoil or six for you at tawakkol Allah Allah, Allah but it is

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still 830 Okay. I torquil Allah Allah Fie a polar bear is to rely upon Allah

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with regards to seeking your it is in your sustenance, rely upon Allah. And Pablo de la hora and Marina view some of our sentiment and noble low income content, tower calluna, Allah Hakata wakulla he rose up to him, can I also do a mouse on what our role should be planted? Excuse me.

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The Prophet gave a beautiful example of telecoil which is like a bird. And he said in a hadith which is recorded in the book of Deuteronomy deity, but imagine the scholar said, you know, so here on the authority of Ramadan, Bobby said if you really had to our call of Allah help patella Cooley, as much as it is his right that you have to work on that you rely upon him. Then what would happen?

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He would have given you your it is the same way the player as a bird gets its risk. It leaves its nest in the morning hungry, and it comes back in the evening. satiated.

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And the interesting thing is the bird when it leaves its nest, it does not know what it's going to find that day.

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It doesn't know what's what's the How is the analogy here? What's the analogy? How is the bird here? Practicing maximum to what could you guys tell me?

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The prophets also says if you were to have complete telecoil you'd be like that bird that leaves hungry and comes back full. what's what's the analogy here? How is this bird having total token?

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It's getting up and flying away. The bird is not just thinking its nest and saying Okay. Hello, give me some worms today.

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Retreat. gg gg. I can't do bird sounds sorry.

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Whatever sound the bird makes.

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Can you make bird calls out? No. Yeah. Okay.

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I was gonna ask you to.

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Okay. You don't go bird watching. It's not like your weekend hobby. Okay. So the bird is actually getting up and flying away. That's telecon

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the bird stayed in its nest. That would not be telecoil. That would be cool.

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Oh, well. Something will happen. What else?

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How else is this bird

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exemplifying for us. Total telecoil.

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putting effort Good luck and lucky add on for emphasizing What will he tell us?

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Yes.

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Yeah, so the bird doesn't know what it's got for that day. But oh, I go to this place. I'll find this nice fat juicy worm.

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You're like how is that as well for the bird? It is okay.

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But it's still putting in the effort. So sometimes you may have a conversation with someone and you tell them come on. Have telecoil go put in some effort. Oh, there's nothing for me.

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It's not gonna try this. It's not gonna work.

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Tell them you're not being a bird. Be the bird. The birds flapping its wings and flying away. It doesn't know what it's gonna find. But it's still going in search.

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Try No, no, it's not gonna work. How do you know? How do you know it's you know, the future? Michelle? I don't know I don't know the future, then go.

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Oh, my risk is already determined. Do you know where it is? No, I don't do you would if you're just there's like a million bucks. Go find it. Put in that effort.

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No stress.

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So as long as there is good expectation from Allah.

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And as long as there is an understanding that I have to put in my effort, then there won't be that stress. When does the stress come? The stress comes in with one of them.

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To things

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when you rely on the effort instead of relying upon Allah, because our efforts are always going to disappoint us, you can always do better. You could always do something different. You can always have not done that but done something else. That's why the Prophet said low Deaf

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ministry upon low lamb well opens up the work of shaylen to say if, if only if I hadn't, if I had, yeah, I know if you had

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all of us if we had, we would have been millionaires today. I know. That's shavon. So that's stress, because I'm relying on my actions. If I had done this, this, if I hadn't done this, this, it's done.

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Learn from it and move on. Don't worry about that. Because you're relying on your action not relying on Allah.

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So that's stress. So understanding that regardless of my actions, my actions could be 10 out of 10 on point, everything that I was supposed to that I should have done, I did, but it didn't work out.

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Yeah, that happens too. Sometimes.

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That happens too. So relying on the actions instead of relying upon Allah, you know, not having good and the second thing is not having personal one Billa not having good expectation of Allah.

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So some people will say, Oh, no matter what I do, it's gonna fail.

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I still federal law. Why?

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That's just how God made me.

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know Allah is lack of alcohol in Santa Fe, Sangeeta Quinn. Allah made you in the most perfect and balanced way.

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Your flaws are part of what makes you the best creation of Allah.

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La didn't make you a failure or make you bad.

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So that's having a bad assumption and a bad expectation of Allah. No expect good from Allah. Rather flip that around and say, Well, I will put in the effort. And I asked a lot to bless this effort and give me a good outcome.

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So that will remove that stress by you. That's what number is that.

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Number is that

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six or five?

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So let's watch him Terkel, ma si el metabo abena Haji Rama Turku Elena's whatever could you add a Lafayette whatever it is maintaining the ties of kinship, staying away from sinful acts following up Hajj and Umrah

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abstaining from asking others asking other people and having to work with upon Allah.

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But you

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will not elec lemmya Kuhn Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Johar for Allah Almighty human and faculty, the other Americana yaksha la him Mina tena foresee Allah dunya and this is a very, very critical concluding point, which is that, after having said all of this, after everything we've discussed, about how the Prophet for the past, what three weeks or four weeks now, I'm on this chapter. Everything the prophet SAW Selim taught us in his dealings with forgot and with Misaki and how he helped and assisted and uplifted and encouraged and taught and guided.

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After all of this, the prophet SAW Selim was not concerned and afraid for his own falling into poverty, as much as he was afraid for them to fall into the spiral and in the trap of

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of over competing in dunya.

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Now, Bahrain today refers to a country

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that is an island. Very small country, right one of the smallest countries in the world by Halloween.

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It's capitalism. annamma. Right?

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By Halloween in the

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they call it the Persian Gulf in English in Arabic, they call it

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the Arabian Sea.

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In Arabic, they call it the Arabian Sea in English, they call it the Persian Gulf.

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So whatever your map shows, the point is it's to the east of the Arabian Peninsula, south of present day Iran, west of present day India, Pakistan, the subcontinent. You know what body of water we're talking about.

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So you have copper, Bahrain, Kuwait, Eastern Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Oman, all of those countries are on that strip of water.

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Right now, but how lame is that small, tiny little island? At the time of the process? I said them there were none of these countries. These borders didn't exist. Right.

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So Alba Helene actually refers to the entire strip of the Eastern Arabian peninsula, which includes the countries of modern day Saudi Arabia and Qatar and Kuwait and the Emirates and those, that strip of land over there that was called edited by Halim.

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That whole region was referred to as Alba Helene.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a he had a treaty with the people of labelling. And he sent a he appointed a governor over there his name was a Buddha Allah and Allah, Allah Allah Rami.

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So I bought a beta went to go and collect the tax from the people of Alberta line

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and bring it back to the prophesised and so that it would be distributed and dispersed accordingly.

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So a rumor or the news rather spread amongst unsolved that Abu Zubaydah is about to arrive back to Medina.

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So the narrator says, The Ansel flocked and everybody came for salata refrigerator that day.

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Because usually, fidget is also a lot of that is very easy to miss. Especially if you're not diligent and careful.

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And the majority of people don't come for a fidget

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because they, you know, oversleep or they may wake up but there's effort and, you know,

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they don't put in the necessary amount of effort. So usually fudger you know, if you look at the different solo adventure is the least populated? Actually, I think nowadays, we have probably a little has a lesser smaller crowd. Just because people are, it's not practical for people to come to the masjid when they're at work.

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Well, if you count the school, yeah, the sonic school, so you have a pretty solid attendance for the whole year. Yeah. But at the time of the puffs, I sell them lower was a populated solid, because like it was a hot time of day. So people were getting off of work. You know, so you and it was it wasn't difficult, you know, like it is now with the way people work is different the way people live. But fudger was always a low turnout. But this day, all the people came for failure. So the prophets, I said, and after he finished Salah, he turned around and he smiled. And he said, Well, I guess you guys heard about Vedas come into town. So they said agenda they said, Yeah,

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absolutely. What else Oh messenger of Allah. So, the process Adam said, Shiro said, Don't worry, good news. Don't stress.

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We're a middleman solocom and, you know, look forward to seeing and receiving that which will make you happy. Everybody's gonna get their fair

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Share, don't worry. And then the process I said, I'm said, melt for a lie, I swear by Allah melfa Kala Asha alikhan. It's not poverty that I am worried about for you. I'm not concerned about you being poor. I know that's not going to be a major problem for you. And he's speaking to his whole Mama.

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What a kidney auction, but rather, what I'm really worried and concerned about is that adunni are the luxuries of this dunya get spread in front of you completely available and laid out for the picking easy

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the way it was laid out and spread out for the nations before you. So then you will end up competing fiercely over it the same way they competed, and it will destroy you the way it destroyed them.

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Is that not exactly what happened to the home of the prophets I seldom hear any look just in the few years after the prophet SAW sent and passed away, the boom and the spread of the Muslim Empire and all of the different wealth and resources that came in. And from that time until now, the Muslim community in the world is Mashallah well off. There's a lot of poverty

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within the Muslim Ummah, there is.

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But that poverty is not because the Muslim on that is poor. It's because the Muslim Ummah is not doing Zakat, and sadaqah

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is the Muslim Ummah poor.

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There is a lot of poverty, but some of the wealthiest people in the world are Muslim. Many

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the wealthiest resources in the world are in the control of Muslims and Muslim communities and quote unquote, Muslim countries.

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But that wealth and those resources are not being handled appropriately. And even here in our communities, fundraisers are like the most painful events to go to. Well, I don't know I heard there was a good one recently but I didn't go but Putnam fundraisers are painful.

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And you ask anybody who does fundraising it's a painful experience. Unless you're getting paid well is a painful experience.

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Don't do fundraisers so I don't know.

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But it doesn't but there's wealthy people

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so there's there's something's not clicking there. Something's not connecting.

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fast enough. I saw her come out and fly over to Lucca Malika and it will destroy you the way it destroyed them.

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I heard someone say,

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I don't remember the numbers. I wish I could remember this was many years ago. Someone said if the

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if everyone in the oma who was mandated to pay Zika paid there's a car the thing that came up like not everyone, but they said like if like the the wealthiest 10% of the oma pay. There's like a they had some kind of theory about what was it?

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Less than that, you know what I'm talking about? I can't remember where I read it can't look it up for us. Not No, you could do it later. It's fine. But somebody gave a statistic. And they said like if such and such percentage of the oma paid, there's a car, then, like we wouldn't have world hunger, we wouldn't have poverty, everybody would be taken care of. And, and when the owner practice that, that was the case, looking the time of how to negotiate.

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And the ambassador prefers and even before him, it with the famous Clif Bar, I'm gonna grab disease, like zakka would be sent out and it would come back to this account office. What do you mean, we brought back, nobody needs it, fellas, everybody's doing fine. They're taking care of their covered.

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That's amazing. As not fake, that's real. That actually happened in the world, and on a much larger scale than our small little communities. But now within our little individual communities, we can't even fulfill that we can't even make that a reality.

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So we need to have a revival of Zakat and soda

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and a revival of takaful cooperative, like the story of an extra 18. Everybody put it in a pot. Everybody take a piece of the pie.

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mushy.

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So the issue is the ultimate. They commented on this and they said the issue is not to have wealth. That's not what the professor said them is worried about the process I sent him is not saying it's bad for you to be wealthy. No, the professor said I'm saying it's bad for you.

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compete over the luxuries and the wealth of this dunya to a point where it ends up destroying you. That's what the offseason was worried about.

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You know one of the scholars he said something so nice, he said in the topic of chasing after the dunya he said

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your it is from this dunya is like your shadow.

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Okay?

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Here it is in this dunya is like your shadow of when we look at your shadow

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and

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the actions that are pleasing to Allah and obedience to Allah and seeking love and pleasure of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger is like the sun.

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If you are facing the sun and running towards the sun, where is your shadow

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behind you, it will always follow you no matter what you do. It's going to be stuck there can't get rid of it. You It is always follow you whether you like it or not. But as long as you're chasing towards the sun chasing after what is pleasing to Allah and His messenger. But if you are running away from the sun, where's your shadow?

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If you turn your back to the sun and you're running away from it, where's your shadow

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in front of you? And are you ever going to catch up to it? It will always be in front of you. You can't catch up to it.

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May Allah subhanahu wa tada bless us and adorn us and beautify us with the character of our beloved Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. We allow the panel to Allah shower him with Peace and mercy and salutations and complements. May Allah subhanahu wa taala bless us to drink from his hand to drink after which we will never experienced thirst. May Allah unite us with our beloved messengers and the highest levels of

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aloha sort of La Silla. mobarak Allah and abena Muhammad Ali wasabi was lm Bala who had any questions or comments or concerns. Yes, sir.

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Yes, absolutely.

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It wasn't mentioned in this list.

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But sled up is a means and

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a sled up is of the of the ways of increasing baleka in the wealth as a cat in general Why is the cow is only called zakka because it does teskey it purifies the wealth, and of the linguistic definitions of Zakah is to cleanse and to multiply, to grow. So sadaqa and Zakat, you know, the mandatory charity and optional voluntary charity, they purify one's wealth, and they also allow it to grow.

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to a point here, where 10 mu, purifies and grows

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a lot. Yes, sir.

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Absolutely. Yeah, that was something that that we mentioned that

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that sins are actually something that prevents it is and limits and when a person stays away and abstains from actions that are displeasing to Allah, when they stop themselves from committing sins that is a source of Baraka and wealth. Or law.

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Yes, sir.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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Wasn't

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What do you mean wasn't sarcastic? Where did I say he was sarcastic?

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Okay, nonverbally, maybe?

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Oh, you're just no okay. Yeah, go ahead.

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Hey, Jamie. Mashallah. Very nice. Zach. Hello, Helen. That's really beautiful. Thank you for sharing that. That the fact that it's obvious that all these people came for Vegeta because they knew something good was about to get passed out. But the prophets I said and didn't rebuke them for that, and didn't say, oh, now that you know, something's being passed on, you come for a budget, and where are you the rest of the days of the week? No one's getting anything. And I said

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he didn't do that. That's very good. That's very good. You know, this is based on a principle, which is never. And this is something I learned the hard way that my teachers corrected me Never

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rebuked

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or

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criticize someone

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when they do an act of hate or goodness.

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That's a principle. Let me tell you how it often plays out.

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Ramadan

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you're going with this Ramadan, like, everybody's in the masjid and everybody's fasting and everybody's praying and everybody's so nice. Everyone's giving sadaqa and every single Muslim organization you talk to the most successful fundraisers are the ones in Milan. And every so nice. And and people are patient and they're holding their tongues back General, generally speaking, right? And then the Ramadan ends the night before read. Like it's not we haven't even done it yet. But it's like Ramadan ended with a van and a mother of that day, and then mustards dead. is like, nobody's at the masjid. Well, there's like a couple of people at the masjid because they're really

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committed. And maybe there was gonna be taloja because it wasn't sure. Did they cite the moon, did they not? But everybody else is like,

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coming.

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And so a lot of times that can give birth to sentiments of negativity, and disappointment. And you're like, you feel like, I remember, there was a brother

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who just came to Islam. And it was his first Ramadan. And he came to Islam, and he came to the masjid a few months before Ramadan, and he was learning. He learned how to pray. And he was like, getting and then Ramadan hit. And he was like, on top of the clouds. Like, Milan was such an amazing experience for him because it is right. And everybody's in the message. Everyone was so nice. And he was like, dude,

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coming to Islam was the greatest thing I've ever done in my life. And the day after. I saw him in the message the day after. And he was crying. He's like, Where is everyone?

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What happened? And I was like, oh, Ramadan's over, and he's like, but it's still on, you know, he felt like, fit. He felt like everyone failed him. Like, Where

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is everybody?

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So that was definitely a maturing process, you know, for him. And it was a tough pill to swallow. But that's, that's a sentiment of feeling. So anyways, a lot of times we might have those negative feelings.

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And, and, and I had that too. So usually, the forest quotable was the one right after Ramadan, because it was like, you know,

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what are we doing?

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And I don't think that's healthy. You know? Because is it? Is it wrong? That, you know, people and we all of us, you know, we sort of fall off, if you will, after these seasons? Yeah, that's not good. If we were coming to the Mr. Professional, everyday, we should come for a budget outside of Ramadan as well.

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But the way you handle that problem is not by criticizing them for doing something good.

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So a lot of times, many of us our sentiments are, you know, Oh, you are Muslims in Ramadan. But what happened to it? You know, yeah, hamdulillah. So praise and compliment and encourage, with positivity, whatever good was done.

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Don't call people out for something good. But work on that which is wrong in a positive way.

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And you can use the same words, you just flip the script. Did you see how you were able to be so committed and upright and Ramadan?

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you achieved that you worked so hard, you put in that effort? You have that potential?

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Let's help each other to keep that you know, you just we have to be like the prophets. I seldom in how we address those those kinds of issues.

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Also related to Ramadan, since we're on the topic today, we a lot of people get thrown shame grenades for coming to tala, we're not coming to the other soldiers. Is that valid? Yeah, there is a valid concern that telawi has optional and voluntary, and people are skipping out on obligatory I mean, logically speaking, rationally, that makes sense. But it doesn't work like that.

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You're not gonna get people to start doing the obligatory by criticizing them for doing the voluntary. It doesn't work.

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So we have to like recognize that, why are you coming for telework, even though it's optional, it's optional, and you're doing it that means you have love for Allah, and you love the full time. Let's capitalize on that.

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So that's how the Prophet taught.

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And that's a very beautiful observation is like a lot.

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And they even admitted it to him. They said, they're like, yes.

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Mr. gela that's why we're here. But he still didn't chastise them you know

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Solaris 11 if any, any any one of us was there we probably would have called him out you know

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no one's getting anything good

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that's what he was a messenger of Allah and our role model love less has to follow his footsteps. Any other Yes. I mean

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okay.

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Mm

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hmm

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yeah. So there is there is there is what Allah decreed and recorded in a lotion for the safe tablet. Allah mentions it in salata, borage,

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Philo in my fourth, that was over the first creations, it was one of the first things that Allah created ever in the universe. And Allah subhanaw taala commanded the column, the pen which was created before, to document everything,

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everything that would happen from that point on, from that point in time onwards, intil resurrection and tiama and Jenna and jahannam. And then people go into a state of eternity. Hello, don't be remote, hello, don't be remote eternity without death. Everything was recorded in there. Everything, everything that

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everything. Allah subhanaw taala recorded everything. And actually on a tangent that shows the mercy of Allah and the justice of Allah, that everything was recorded, you know, whenever you have any contract,

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to be fair, and just record it. So that way nobody can be harmed. If we have any dispute. Well, let's go back to what was recorded

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a lot, even though he is the creator, and he doesn't need to justify or substantiate or validate anything that he does or decides towards his creation. He still had everything recorded.

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And on the Day of Judgment, for Leo mela, total amount of sun shade, not a single soul will be wronged the tiniest bit and no one on the Day of Judgment can tell a law. That's not fair.

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Because and no one will bear because they know it's recorded. They will see their books, if not kita but can't have enough sequel yo medica Siva, Allah says, Here's your book, you read it, you are a sufficient judge over yourself, read your book.

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Justice.

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Right.

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So hon Allah

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so so almost so that's the that was that happened before any creation was created.

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A low helmet for the safe tablet, and everything was recorded there, supreme ultimate justice and fairness from Allah subhanaw taala. Then you have Allah Subhana, Allah created the other 100% out and out of the heavens and the earth, the mother iica different creations that are created. Now, the melodica the angels, there are different categories of angels and they have different tasks. Some of the angels are given the task of recording and implementing an idea of things that were

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things that are like decreed decrees of Allah. And in that aspect, America also Allah Subhana Allah is giving them instructions of what to record what to decree, and even those changes that are done that Allah subhanaw taala instructs the angels to do that is part of what was recorded and documented the very first time by Allah subhanho data in the local metals. So Allah has and then keytab a lot knowledge he knows and he knew everything that was going to happen, and he wrote it

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subhana wa tada in a manner that befits His Majesty.

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Hope that shed some light