Moutasem al-Hameedy – 40 Hadiths of Imam Nawawi 1

Moutasem al-Hameedy
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You know Muhammad

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the four Sundays that we have in Ramadan, we will discuss for a Hadith from Albania no we

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will choose for me the latter.

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From a little binary Norway, Albania, Norway the excellence of these hadith is in that they are representative of Islam.

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These 40 Hadith summarize Islam. So

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all of the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is summarized in the 40 a hadith. And as we will come to see today, some of the scholars like Imam Shafi Ahmed, is half of Nola, Hawaii and others.

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They actually bring the Sunnah down also listen that all of this and all of the Hadith of the Prophet saws and all of the religion of Islam boils down to three Hadith.

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And they are from Aranui. And some of them they say Islam all of it boils down to four Hadith. One of them is this. One of them is this. So this is the importance of this. So sometimes people want to learn a lot, but when you are systematic in your learning, in learning Islam, when you learn the most important things, that's when you really most learn most efficiently. Abdullah Abbas holding Allahu anima he said, A Rabbani Yoon in the Quran, there is a mention of a Rabbani Yun from among the Bani Israel, and also they are present in others of Rabbani Yuan. They are the the scholars call of a burn rabanne Yun Aladeen, I usually more than NASA Sahara, me or Blackie Berry, they are the

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ones who start with the most basic and most important of knowledge, when they teach others before they give them the detailed and the more nuanced type of knowledge. This is how knowledge is, is approached this how it was approached. So this is why for example, in the Quran,

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the whole of the Quran is summarized in solitary Fatiha. The first thing a Muslim should master from the Quran is Al Fatiha. And that's what you need in your salah. Because the summary of the Quran the whole Quran is Endolymphatic.

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And the most important verse in the Fatiha that summarizes not only solitary Fatiha and not only the whole Quran, but it summarizes all of the revelation that Allah has sent to all his prophets and messengers. It is er can Buddha can stain when you understand this verse, you understand all of Islam. You understand all of Islam, the foundation of Islam, the rest of the Quran, the rest of the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Salem is an explanation of yuck and Buddha, can Stein. So when you learn the most foundational, the most central, then you start to branch out gradually, your knowledge is systematic is very well organized, you're able to implement it, you're able to prioritize. And your

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knowledge is not about showing off. It's about practicality. It's about how practical it is, then you will get the most out of this knowledge.

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So you learn the facts from the Quran. After the fact what do you think the early generations would teach?

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A question?

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What would they give priority after al Fatiha to what would they teach? So they say you have to learn this and you have to remember you memorize it before anything else what?

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Well, it's bigger than that. But it includes solid necklace.

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Le amorphous solid

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and amorphous solid what is an amorphous solid?

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That's what the early generations used to teach their children and the new Muslims. Someone wanted to start to memorize they would say you start with this there is a lot of narrations from the companions and from the tampereen that they would start teaching. Obviously after the Fatiha they would start teaching al Mufasa and they would require the children to memorize a little morsel. What is the name of Aslan?

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No, I didn't move fast.

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For some of us

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it includes solid acid. What is it a Mufasa?

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the last for Juice Plus. So you're talking about a sea from Surah Kahf. Okay, some sizzle to hedger rotten Alka from AF to UNECE from Surah

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After a nurse why because the oral iron itself is summarized in an amorphous solid.

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And then well first of all is summarized in Al Fatiha. So that's a represent that's a congested

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sorry, no, that's the

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the most How can I say

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condensed, you want to condense the Quran 30 Jews, you want to condense it, you want to get the summary of it, the most important aspects of it, the most central parts of it, you go to an officer,

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you go to an officer, which is about four plus Jews. That's how you summarize it.

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the same approach is with Hadith, the same approach with Hadith you want to learn Hadith the most important thing for you to learn the most representative that really captures the spirit of the Sunnah is a lot about in in Norway Albania nowhere and what to start from Albania no yet you can stop the same oldal Imam and now we put them in but you can also start according to the three Hadith that we will come to mention them Inshallah, from the words of an Imam Muhammad and others beating Allah to Allah. The hadith of today is some scholars consider it to be the most important Hadith in Islam that Imam Al Bukhari when he wrote his Sahaba he decided to put this as the opening of his

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book of Sahil Bukhari, the first Hadith not only Imam Al Bukhari, but also others. Most of the books of Hadith start with

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the Hadith. Now, the hadith of Ibn Khattab Radi Allahu Anhu and Omar, a number of the Allahu Anhu calls me to Rasul Allah He SallAllahu Reddy he was a lemming a pole in lupini yet we're in liquidity Marie Manoa from unclarity jar to huile Allahu Allah surely here for a gelato Illa he was a Saudi woman candidate who gelato who didn't hear you say boo ha I went rotten Yankee who have a gelato who Ilana has any translation from Omar Radi Allahu Anhu. He said, I heard Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say indeed actions are by intentions.

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And every person will get what they have intended. So he whose migration is for Allah and His Messenger,

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then his migration is for Allah and His messenger, the purpose of his migration, and he whose migration is for a worldly gain to be attained, or a wife that he seeks to marry. Then his migration for whatever he migrated for, his migration is for whatever he migrated for.

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That's the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So we want to take some highlight the importance of this hadith

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Imam Shafi or him Allah has

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said her the Hadith

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this hadith is a third of the knowledge knowledge of what Al Islam it captures a third of all Islam 33% of all Islam is captured in this hadith

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Well, yeah, the whole fees have been in other other middle foci and this book has something to say about 70 chapters in Africa.

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And Imam Muhammad, Carla or Saul Islami Allah Tala Satya Hadith, the foundations of Islam Islam stands on three on three Hadith three statements from the Prophet SAW Allah when he was alum, Hadith Rama, this one had little family been yet we're headed for Asia. Man actually the FE M Rena Harada Melissa Ming Hua Hua, he who introduces something new into this affair over Islam, then he will have rejected

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what have you for not amount of new Bashir and Hala Nova Yunnan Valhalla MOBA Yun and the Hadith narrated by Ian Amanda Michelle the Allahu Hulen is clear and Haram is clear and between them there are gray matters, right? So he says these are the three Hadith that capture Islam Islam stands on them and there are others.

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Some some people replace one of those Hadith with another one. But this occurs in all of the statements of the scholars that these are the pillars of Islam.

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A Buddha would the author of Sunan Abu Dhabi they would same thing he said the same thing

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The meaning of enamel a man who been near the prophets of salaam says in in nama in the Arabic language, there to hustle

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to hustle.

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Exclusion it's proposition a preposition for

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exclusion indicates exclusion. What does that mean? It's exclusive. That means

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actions are by their intentions exclusively.

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So, what does what does this mean to meanings again discussed by Imam Shafi anima Muhammad again

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remember Ben muffler humbly rahamallah Jalla, the student to shuffle Islam in Tamia, he says, the statements of the scholars boil it down to two meanings of this enamel, Mr. Lubin, yet deeds are actions are by intentions, he says, the reality of actions and deeds is their intentions. First, meaning the reality of actions is by their intentions.

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That's number one. Number two, the acceptance, and the reward for actions

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is contingent on intentions, realized and is determined by their intentions. And both meanings are correct. And they actually feed into each other. The first one, the reality of actions is in intentions, that means we need to understand what actions and by the way Subhan Allah when you read the statements of the companions, Tabby in the early generations, a lot of us we think that were very simple minded people.

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These people were very intelligent, were very intelligent. It's only us. Modern people, people will live in the modern time, we have swallowed the arrogance of our modern time, we look down upon every other segment of humanity, we think we are the apex of intelligence.

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And when we fail to understand something, we usually write it off as dumb. But you know what, it's just it's our simple minds are unable to understand the complexity or the depth of such statements.

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So, the scholars,

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they would consider an action by its intention.

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Why? Because the action where is the action born? Here, we need to understand there is an anatomy for action, any action any human action, deliberate and fairly left theory, the scholars call it the the theory, deliberate action, you is not a reflex. We're not talking about reflexes, we're not talking about

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actions that you do when you are sleeping, right? Or random moves. No, we're talking about deliberate actions. How are they what is the anatomy of the action? The action starts with what

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it starts with a belief.

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It starts with a belief and from this belief, you extract value.

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You extract value. We humans, are business people by nature. You do not spend from your energy deliberately, unless you expect what value and return profits, you expect profit and return. So this is why you decide actions. You don't do an action without seeing value in it.

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Okay, it's built on or it's based on the belief. So how do you judge something has value offers you value based on your beliefs. But again, this is not the most important but this is where your data comes in, by the way.

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But where is the action born? With intentions, we call it today today we don't call it intentions. We use a different terminology. In the Arabic language we have words like a Nia scholars say, a Nia Toulmin Jensen a Radha, Radha,

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was irida. In English in English language will, will drive drive, we call it today motivation. What is the motive behind what you do? What is the motivation behind what you do? What is the drive behind what you do? That's the same as intention.

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So intention is what is you feel drawn to do something you experience a desire, desire, desire could be good and could be bad. It's the same as intention.

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Desire is the same as intention same as will the same as motivation we are talking about the same thing. In the Arabic language the standard word is Iraida. One of the words for it one of the synonyms for it is Nia Nia, another word in English which really helps us capture the meaning of Nia is purpose

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is purpose. You want to understand Nia you can ask one word in English. Why?

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So when you pray the question is why are you praying? Now when you stand to pray mclubbe Today, okay, ask yourself just seconds before you say Allahu Akbar. Why am I pray?

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what is the motivation? What is the value that I'm expecting from this action? What's the payoff? What is the purpose that I'm standing?

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And I'm ready and I want to engage in this action from start to finish.

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Why? That's intention.

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That's intention. People think and we they they told us this. I remember in school they taught us this intention is you actually say to yourself,

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I'm praying McRib, for the sake of Allah. No way to know. So Lili Lightoller, the lateral guard for Linamar. Right? That's how they taught us in school.

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You're not actually verbal. You're not supposed to verbalize the intention but that's not the intention.

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This is a dialogue. Or this is a thought. This is a thought it was earlier I'ma holla. He actually speaks about intention. And he's a very deep and insightful man. He says people say that I want to pray for the sake of Allah, or I want to marry for the sake of Allah. He says this is not intention. This is not Nia. He says this is thinking how the Hadith on knifes, this is an inner dialogue. This is an inner dialogue, he says this is not the intention. He says intention comes from what? From what you love, which we mentioned earlier, value, you respect expecting value, something you value, something that's important for you. And this shows you

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what is the importance of this. So let's complete the anatomy of an action.

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Intention, motivation, drive, desire, whatever you want to call, it's the same thing we'll write intention.

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Intention is the dynamic aspect it fuels fuels, what fuels action,

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it fuels action. Intention is in the heart.

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Then it fuels action. So every action deliberate action you see from humans, that includes words speaking, and it includes physical actions, things you can see simple actions. And it includes complex actions. The prayer is not a simple action, right? It's a series of things. It's it has structure, this is action. Every action you see has intention behind it. Every everything, every action that is deliberate that humans do has intention behind it.

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Now actions could look similar.

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actions could look similar.

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It came a statement came from many of the companions of the Prophet SAW Salem, that two people standing in the same line,

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praying the same prayer.

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And the difference between their prayers is like the difference between the heavens and the earth.

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Exactly the same actions. Exactly. They perform Salah exactly the same. And the difference between their prayers. Islam is like the, the distance between the heavens and the earth. Why?

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What's the difference? externally? There is no difference, the same prayer? What is the difference? Intention? This is what this hadith talks about. Actions are by their intentions.

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And the early generations the self can or yet unknown arbiters. Hey Hill, Emily, Cobra, Latina evil Iman, they used to pay attention to fixing or setting the actions right before they busy themselves with the action. We today have a trend. We are so busy with act with doing actions we're producing, right producing, producing, producing, but like a lot of actions, but it doesn't occur to us to check the actions to verify the actions to inspect our actions. Are they correct? Are they right? Is my intention right? That's more important for the Act that's more important than the action itself. Because the value of your action depends on what the intention so if you get the intention, right,

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the action is easy. The most important thing is that you get the intention. Correct. And the problem with the intention if you think intention is easy and simple.

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So Fiona, Thor's hammer hula, one of the greatest of the early generations, all of us know Sophia and authority on a ledge to shape an usher dialy Yemeni Yeti. He said I never grappled with something more resistance more troubling to me than my intention.

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never found any. The en Takala boo Alia because it keeps flipping and changing.

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It keeps

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Playing games intentions. Who is this Sofia nfld, one of the greatest of February, one of the greatest Imams of Islam throughout history.

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Others from his time as well they said

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we'll come we'll come to other statements I forgot that one. But the thing is, intention is the most important thing on top probably Allahu Anhu Amana ricotta, he says, Will Allah Hallo Alamo and Allah cobalamin near La que tiene la la Mata mon natal Bucha of Indonesia. Instead of Allah here if I knew that Allah accepted only to like from me, I would have no desire to stay in this world, I would want to leave it.

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So the reason he's staying here he's hoping that one day he would perfect his prayer and Torah could be accepted from him. Why the intention? We are talking about the intention. So this is why intention is the most important thing that you have to be concerned about. The what is the difference? Even Taymiyah Rahim Allah he says you would find the hypocrites and when African praying the same prayer as the Companions

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and even taking part in jihad as the Companions giving sadaqa as the Companions, he says, What's the difference between the companions and the hypocrites? He says it's not a visible thing.

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Its intention.

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Its intention.

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Some of them have a series when they when they talk about the idea of academia Ilana me Roman Amylin

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and so forth. And we came to the actions that they performed that they did in their life. This is on the day of judgment as seen from the day of judgment, we came, we approached all of the acts or their actions, the actions that they did before failure, and now who hubba annemann thorough and we turned it into what into dust blown dust has no value.

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why many of the scholars of Tafseer they said because their intentions were not sincere, there was no loss.

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So don't be don't admire the external part of your actions. You always have to inspect your intention. You have to stay on guard all the time when it comes to your intention and never take it for granted. Never take it for granted. And we might think that intention, you know, as long as I'm doing good, I'm praying with people I'm reading Quran I'm memorizing Quran I'm reciting Quran and I'm giving sadaqa can this go wrong? Can all of this be like blown dust like wiped out nothing? It's very unlikely now we humans you know the issue with physical perceived reality you know, seeing reality is very compelling and that's a problem.

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That's a problem. You don't want to be deceived by the external image of something because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and when it comes to these Hadith

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Okay, let me just

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give you some of the statements from the early generations about intention, then we will come to Hadith of the Hadith of the Prophet, which is very serious and scary. We are on the Allahu Anhu. When the Hadith was narrated to him, he passed out.

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He lost consciousness.

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He was so petrified when he had this hadith he passed out. He fell unconscious will come to this hadith. And yeah, maybe 50 or one of the greatest of attributing the youngest of Serbian as well.

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We quoted him in the Fredo hotbar I'll repeat the story as well. Carla Tyrell llamo Nia, for in a black woman a lemon, he said learn intention, meaning learn the fact of intention for it,

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it gets you

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further farther than the action

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it gets you farther than the action itself. Another translation of a block here it is more profound and more consequential than the action

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Use of glass about again one of the early generations he said recently yet him and facade he should do aluminium in totally legit he had. He says. purifying the intention is more challenging and more difficult for the worshipers than excessive worship.

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He says intention is difficult, hard work. Doing a lot of work is easy.

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But getting the intention right? That's the most challenging and the most difficult thing.

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there's Janaza come on witness this Janaza Come on, walk with it right follow the Janaza

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call. Come and hit and we call FF Akara Hana yetkin from makan Emily.

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So there's a Janaza. Someone said to him this Jana as a reward of walking with the janazah following the janazah. He said hold on, hold on. So he paused for a moment.

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He fixed his intention. Then he said let's go. And he followed the janazah.

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They took the intention seriously.

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I'm about to come to London Mumbai lucky so don't Bamiyan serene too ugly Mohan Nia how often he says a small action is glorified and magnified by pure intention will brambling Kabir into saludo Nia and how often a great action, a great act of worship is diminished due to poor intention.

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Thus the the importance of intention for dialogue now al Rahim Allah says in nama UD doula who as our lemon can yet occur, what your other taka, what Allah wants from you is your intention and your will.

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That's what Allah wants from you. That's what you should focus on. That doesn't mean neglect the actions because if you have intention, the action will follow. But the most important thing is don't neglect the action.

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When it comes to the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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the Prophet SAW Selim says in Hadith collected by NSA in Allahu Allahu Akbar luminol, Emily Elana Khanna, Holly son, up to a year we were to, Allah does not accept except Allah does not accept any action. Only those that are made for his sake alone.

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So if I want to please people want to appease people, I want to feel good, right? I want to get create a social image that takes you away from Allah the action is for these things. The Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam

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he was asked about jihad, a person fights out of what protection for others Hemi gettin out of nationality.

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Or a person fights because he wants to be seen among people he's a hero. Who is for the sake of Allah column and Artel elite Hakuna Kenema to Allah al earlier our visa Bill Allah, He who is fighting for the sake of the word of Allah being the highest he is for the sake of Allah, others are not.

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And here is the scary one.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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Man, Paula Bella, email

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you Marissa be his sofa he who seeks the knowledge knowledge of Islam. So this is someone who's studying what Quran

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Hadith boilable in Quran Hadith, at either

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Terry history, whatever manipulable enema Lumeria because to for her in order to get into arguments with argumentative people, will you Jerry be Hillary dilemma or to find a place for him among the scholars find a place for himself among the scholars of yesterday if I be he will do a nasty lie, or to turn people's faces and attention to him. $1 Who law not? Allah would throw him in the fire.

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This is someone doing what? Learning Islamic knowledge? Quran Hadith, why? Because the intention is not for Allah. Allah is not accepted.

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Another version of this hadith

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not the Hadith that let's close with the hadith of

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Hadith with which we are over the Allahu Anhu when he heard this, he said, fell unconscious. He passed out. He was scared. A woman to set out will be him on narrow multi Yama Thalassa the first people were the Hellfire will be set on them. They will be the first people to burn in the hellfire. First people.

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Whakaari on our Adam will carry

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Shaheed died in the battle seemingly for the sake of Allah.

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Aryan, someone who mastered the Quran not only memorized it, but understood it mastered everything around about it understood the Tafseer and all of everything related to the Quran is a famous scholar. And third one, someone who gave generously from his own wealth, he gave abundantly so there will be brought before Allah, the person who died in the battlefield, Allah would bring his blessings upon this person for Allah who II The person who would acknowledge them. Allah Martha and what did you do you say, Oh Allah, I fought for your sake and I was killed for your sake. Cartel to Makoto to visa Bielek Carla kept

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belcarra Tell tell your caller Jerry you fought so that people say he is brave rocket kill. Who do joven now alcohol he thrown in the Hellfire throw him in the Hellfire Allah will say throw him in the Alpha he's in the alpha

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for me whatever we'll call it we'll call madda else

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fair all y'all be correct to fecal Quran or Ilm? To whom or Allah I learned the Quran for your sake and I taught it. I taught it to people to Islam I taught everything about Islam to people I learned right for a while. Allah who kept in America right. When the Makarov tell you or any mocha tale who don't even know or who will not.

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You lied. You're lying. You studied and you taught so people say about you that you are a scholar or your ACARA or your Hatfield or your whatever person of knowledge throw him in the Hellfire thrown in the Hellfire

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for my daughter will carry for your call Martha and purple llama Julio be matter to Sybil invincible hurry Lulu. One factor V PCB like or Allah I left no avenue for spending good except that I spent in it. Allah for your sake for your call. Allahu Allah says you are lying. You're a liar. We're in Nama and Dr. Leo kala Jawad. Oh, Kareem. Okay. But you did that. So people say about you. He's generous. He's giving right he's giving abundantly He's generous. Throw him in the Alpha he's thrown in the Hellfire Well, we hold the alarm and only had this we said he passed out.

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A scary, scary these are things that when you see like when you see these people, you look up to them right.

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Now are these actions Great? Yes, the actions are great, but the intention is corrupted. So what happens you go to the hellfire. So this is the meaning of the Hadith of the prophets of the Lord Himself.

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Actions are by their intention. So the if the intention is not for Allah subhanho wa Taala your actions will action will be against you. Your recitation of the Quran will be against you, you sadaqa will be against you. Your learning will be against you, your education of teaching others will be against you. The good things that you do will be against you why because you have not done them for Allah, you betrayed Allah you've done them for something other than Allah, you saw value

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with something other than Allah, you see the crime we see people say oh, like why is all of this punishment because you're not seeing value with Allah you see value with other than Allah. You seeing you getting pay off others are more important than Allah.

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Other gains and other benefits and other payoffs are more important to you than Allah. So what do you expect? This is a betrayal of Allah? This is your betraying Allah subhanaw taala. What is the lesson from this? Someone says, Oh, don't do good actions. That would be the worst conclusion you can get from this. The most important thing is you know what? Keep your intention in check. Keep your knee year in check all the time. Don't feel safe when it comes to your intention. Don't come, don't don't ever. You're gonna pray make sure you I am. Oh Allah. I'm praying because you commanded me and because you love the prayer and I love you and I want to do what you love. That's why I'm

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praying. That's the intention. That's good intention. Intention is not you say to say I'm, I'm gonna pray this rock for her for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala This is speech. This is not intention intention. There is an element of love purpose. Why am I doing why am I doing this? What is the payoff? Allah subhanaw taala I'm going to pray to Allah we yell hamdulillah the voice of the Imam is beautiful. The recitation is wonderful. The congregation is beautiful. This is something that Allah gives you as extra, the main thing the the, you know, the backbone of all of this is what Allah subhanaw taala why because Allah loves to see you standing in prayer and that you are standing in

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his presence, praying, leaving everything praying for His sake, listening to his own words, standing in his presence bowing before him prostrating before him

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For the sake of Allah Subhan Allah Allah which is you and Allah loves that. Do it in the spirit. Forget about everything else. Everything else is a gift from Allah to you, Allah Subhana Allah, it's already a little hassle as they say, it's already accomplished you need you don't need to work, work on it. Don't worry about people seeing you Oh, I've stayed for the whole taraweeh until, what until like winter or whatever. Don't worry about people who Allah no one will be able to benefit you. No one can give you even when hacer la

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people, people need Allah as much as you need him. People need help as much as you need. People have problems as much as you people need validation as much as you need. So leave people alone. Focus on Allah subhanaw taala pray for Allah fast for Allah. Do they care for Allah subhanho wa Taala don't worry about people seeing you acknowledging you liking you. Don't worry about none of that. And don't do it out of habit because that's the other enemy of intention. Don't do it on autopilot. Always this way you need this your cover intention requires Jakub I'm always aware. I'm doing this for Allah. This is why he said Ask yourself why the question of Nia is why why am I why am I going

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to pray? Why am I going to give this halacha Why am I sitting in this halacha right? Why Why am I why am I fasting? Why am I abstaining? Oh because everyone does it? No, no, no, Allah loves Allah says endlessly See, I'm fenoli When RGB fasting is for me and I reward for it. Okay, so Allah loves it. Oh Allah, I'm going to do this for you. I'm going to abstain from food for you. I'm doing it anyway. But I'm going to bring the intention. And then you will, that's the reward. That's the reward. This is why one of the 30 instead and I'm going to close with this Abu Bakr Al Massa Abu Bakr speaking to the Companions Massa macoco. Vikram Be careful not to slam no Allah Salah will not

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can be shaken McAfee lb Abu Bakr did not excel. Ababa could not, you know, supersede everyone and leave them all behind among the companions, because he prayed the most or he fasted the most. He would pray a lot and he would fast a lot but not the most. But the reason he was ahead of everyone else because of something that was in his heart,

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something in his heart as faith, faith and sincerity and sincerity, by the way is the eighth is to heed because I'm worshiping Allah, I'm not worshiping others besides Allah. Um, I don't intend my act of worship for other than Allah. I still hate though. These are don't fall for the technicality of words. Loss is the essence of the wait is worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to grant us a lift last. And if last means purity, purity of intention. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to grant us if laws and to accept our deeds and to make us from the ones that he freezed from the Hellfire in this month Akula kolyada was the Fula and make dua inshallah for for yourself for

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your family for the Muslims in Palestine in Sudan in other areas and for the Muslims in generals that inshallah you get the reward for them being an ally to Allah so long cinema cinema duality he was hard to hear Jemaine

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