Reflections On Hadeeth – Part 4

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The segment discusses the importance of Islam, including its use for covering everything from religion to life, including everything inherently good in life. It also touches on sada analytics and the use of Hasuts to remove harmful things from people's bodies. The segment emphasizes the importance of forgiveness and maintaining trust in communication, while also discussing various narratives and actions of Islam, including a woman who caused a dog to come into a well and a woman who caused a dog to come into a well. The segment also touches on the importance of washing one's eyes and covering one's body, praying for the upcoming return of Islam, and belief in the spirituality of Islam.

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Hamdulillah we had aminos salatu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Muhammad Ali he also he hmm no bad.

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So we are in the chapter, but Babel by Anika throttle will fail. Chapter on clarifying the big number or the abundance of pathways to goodness, which we explained yesterday, we expounded yesterday on the fact that Islam does cover almost everything we do. It doesn't actually cover everything we do. It does cover and everything that is inherently good in life. Everything that's inherently good, is actually part and parcel of Islam automatically, automatically. And we Muslims, sometimes we criticize secularists for creating a separation between the deen religion and life, between religion and life. But unfortunately seems sometimes some practicing people fall into the

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same error. If you present them with something that is good, they say oh, that's not from Islam.

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That's exactly the same fault of the secularists. That's the same for to the secularists. Sometimes. And this happens like, with, I'm just speaking from personal experience, as someone who speaks on different occasions on Islamic topics, and so on and so forth. I address certain issues. There are certain things that I read, maybe sometimes from science, from physics, some things I read in, maybe medicine, sometimes things I come across, that come from social sciences, like sociology,

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psychology, anthropology, and I find these to be profound points that resonates with something that we have in Islam. So when I bring them about, I talk about them, you find some times people criticize, they say, that's not from Islam.

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That's not from Islam, when this exactly resonates with what we're talking about in Islam. So this kind of we have this kind of divide, sometimes we create a divide between what life is and what Islam is. So sometimes you tell people, okay, we're going to do something good. or Now we don't know this in Islam. You don't know this. That doesn't mean it's not part of Islam. And we've seen in the Hadith where the Prophet SAW Selim says, if it's something as small as removing any harmful object from the, the way from the path, this basically is considered to be an act of worship. And we said, even in one Hadith, that a person approaches their wife intimately. There is a reward in this, it

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counts as reward. So that shows that Islam covers almost every it does cover actually every human activity. As long as it's inherently good, it is seen in good light in Islam, as long as it does not go against any of the principles of Islam. So I think this will become more apparent as we move on with your Hadith today's the Hadith we'll start with today. And every Herati Allahu Anhu. I'll follow suit Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Kulu Sula, Amina Nasir Allah He sadaqa cuando yo metallography shims de lubaina Lithonia sadaqa what to Aino Raju Lafayette that Betty here sada Vida Betty if it were Alia, I will tell for Allah who Allah Yamata who sada will kill him to play giver

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to sada will be equally hot word in time she has a solid sadaqa what tomato other antibodies pesada Come on, Holly this hadith is connected by Al Bukhari and Muslim imported by Abdullah the Allah and the Prophet SAW Selim says, every day,

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on each joint in your body, as a human being there is a sadaqa you have to pay it off. Because Allah has given you these joints, Allah has given you this healthy body and you need to pay for that in terms of righteous deeds, good deeds. Sadaqa. So the process Allah is giving ways to pay the soul of the Robaina thing is that you

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reach justice between two people. Two people have a dispute or an argument and you help you help them find middle ground where there is justice, this is considered to be sadaqa. So you have it could be between your children, among your children, they having a dispute, you settle this dispute justly. That's sort of that's an act of charity. Or you have two friends who have an issue we have two employees are having a difficulty

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or some kind of argument you settle that or you have just two people even or trying to stand up in line one says I came first so the conveyancer says I came first you settle this. This is an act of charity. It's an act of sadaqa, which again Rajala feed the Betty Vita Hamid Walia out of Valhalla, Mata Asada, you find a person who's trying to ride their horse, or their cattle and they find it difficult. So you give them a hand, you support them, you give them a push to get on the back of the riding animal, or they're trying to put something like they have a heavy kind of like, sack or something you're trying to help them put it on the writing animal. Someone trying to put something

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in their, in their in their trunk of their car.

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Okay, they find it difficult. You help them out with this. This is an act of sadaqa it's an act of charity. It's an act of worship. That's what it means.

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Well, can you match up but also the godly word you just say a nice word to someone. Just a nice word. And the nice word you say it is sadaqa

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so don't be stingy with your good words.

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Find someone wearing nice clothes mashallah, this is a beautiful film. It's nice looks nice. Your hair today it looks really nice.

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That's it? Oh brother, Mashallah. So you the other day help another person? Well, that was oh, it was great. You encourage them. You can use this with your children, with your spouse, with your friends with your siblings with your parents with strange people completely strange people.

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That's a good word use a nice word and that's sort of that's an act of charity. So a pays off of the Celica does obligatory upon your everyday

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will equally hurt one time she had a seletti sadaqa each step that you take to the masjid in order to make your Salah or to the masala where you're going to join the salon.

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You will get inshallah soda for each step that you make. Or to me it will add an authority sadhaka and that you remove any harmful thing from people's way that's an act of soda

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there's another narration for Muslim similar to that but that's pretty much the same. We move on to the next Hadith Serbia I'm one who never use Allah when he was selama calm and Raja Ilminster the O ra Abdullah hula hooping Jannetty New Zealand Kula vada Allah and nosal an otter risk. Why am I why would a life

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Allah's Messenger Salam says this hadith is collected also by Mahalia Muslim, whoever goes to the masjid in the morning or in the evening anytime of the day. Every time he or she goes to the masjid, Allah prepares for them.

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A reception in paradise, reception in paradise, which basically involves whatever a guest is provided with a place of comfort, food, drink, any kind of hospitality, Allah prepares that for him. What does that mean? That means on the Day of Judgment, he's going to find all of this saved for him kept in store for him or her next Hadith and this shows even your walk into the Masters is an act of charity is an act of solder consonant with active worship. Each step brings you closer closer to Allah Subhan Allah to Allah and who are called rasool Allah is Allah Salam Jonnie ser el Muslim Atlanta. Let the run that Quran Nirjala tune leggera jollity here, well, I will fill Sanusha what

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I'm gonna share. So the Prophet Solomon saying is addressing the women, females among the Muslims or women are females among the Muslims

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do not undermine or do not abuse the property of your neighbor, that means of another woman as well, even if it's

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something as small as would be half of them, but what would you you know, the sometimes for sheep, if

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they're under their feet, sometimes they create some kind of iron piece. They usually do this for the horses as well. But sometimes they do this also for sheep, especially when the sheep or the goats live on a very rocky area. So they create this kind of the U shape iron thing when you call an English

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horse you are horseshoe, something similar the Arabs had first Sanusha they do this for sheep and for goats as well. It's a smaller shape and it's not a complete use. It's less, it's more of a crescent kind of thing. So he's saying something insignificant is that if it's a possession of someone else, do not abuse it. Do not abuse it because small things like this, you might borrow it and not give it back. Because insignificant, there's just like this, put it in modern terminology. If you borrow a pen from someone bring it back

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The process of service process Adam says don't undermine the value of this.

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And this is why Abdullah Adnan Mobarak like Am I allowed to hire?

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You know, he

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he went to harass and he was originally from perasaan. But later on he moved to Iraq. So from Iraq, he moved back to hola San to study, or to learn some a hadith. And during his day, he borrowed a pen from someone, he borrowed a pen or pencil from someone to write.

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And he forgot all about it. So on the on the way back to Iraq, he almost reached back that

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he almost reached that just in the outskirts of Baghdad, he looked into his suit suitcase, and he found the pen or the pencil there, and he said, That's not mine.

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He turns back without reaching Baghdad, and you're talking about probably now 10 days of travel. So he turns back to harass and he gives the pen back to that person and then he sends back again to Baghdad.

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So that shows you be careful with people's possessions, you don't undermine them you don't take advantage of them you don't abuse them. Even if it's a small thing, it's very important and you by you being honest and maintaining the trust, you get a great reward from Allah subhanaw taala because of this

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short but Alcatra so from Ebola again, Allah's Messenger saucer them says it's collected about Bohling Muslim, Allah's Messenger Salam says Eman faith is 70 Something branches or pieces, or 60 something branches or pieces. The best among them the highest amongst among them is saying La ilaha illAllah. And doesn't mean only say it with your tongue when you when we say you say it, it comes from your heart as well. So saying that it Allah because that's the heart of Islam that's kilometric to hate, and the lowest among them. And that's part of Eman is that you remove any harm from people's way. anything harmful, you remove it from people's way that's Eman. That's even part and

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parcel of email will hire oh sure about terminal email and bashfulness shyness is a branch from Ema is a branch from Iman.

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financial atmaca Half a staccato who believe as a twofer who fear Allah be will move will have while you will pay for your dual Hola. Lucky Yeah, well he'll be okay this hadith again from Abu Hurayrah. Allah's messenger says, whilst a man was walking

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and he was extremely thirsty, he found a well, so he goes into the well and you know the old wells you had to climb in, down into the wealth.

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So he went inside in the well and he drank. Then he climbed up again. As soon as he got out of the well. He found a dog that was thirsty that was panting and thirst.

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So the man said this dog is as thirsty as I just was. So he goes again into the well and he fills up his leather sock. He fills it up with water

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and he holds it in his teeth.

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Because he needs to climb now. He holds in his teeth. Then he offers the water to the doc

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the prophets of salaam says for Charcot Allahu Allahu Allah for Allah so Allah was thankful to this man for offering water to the dog.

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So ALLAH forgive his sins.

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Allah forgive his sins. So the companions said the Rasul Allah in that enough behind me, I thought

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If we can get reward by looking after animals, looking after animals, we get reward. The Prophet SAW Selim says in every living creature there is reward. That means any, any help and support anything good that you do to a creature to a living creature, you get reward from Allah subhanaw taala. Again, do you see everything in life as simple as offering water to an animal is a great act of worship that led to this person being forgiven all his sins being forgiven by Allah Subhana Allah Allah was thankful for that act. Another narration in Bukhari, it says Allah was thankful to this man he forgave him his sins, and He allowed him into paradise. Another narration of this hadith is

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also by both Bukhari and Muslim, where whilst a dog was going around was walking around the well because the dog could not jump into the well. What was extremely thirsty, extremely thirsty, a prostitute, a woman who was prostitute she notices and this was among the children of Israel among among Bani Israel. She says, and she was a prostitute that was her profession. That was a way of life. She sees this dog thirsty she had she felt mercy towards that dog. So she takes off her leather socks. She goes into the well. She fills up with water and offers the water to the dock. So the prophets of salaam says fossa but who forgot Allah Allah for hobby. So she offered water to the

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dog. And because of that ALLAH forgive her sins. Allah forgive her sins.

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So that she was that as the Prophet of Islam as they did that we mentioned last time, which was the last one we closed with last time. The Prophet of Islam says that they are nominal my raw fish. Don't ever, don't ever underestimate the power and the potential of any act of goodness. Don't underestimate it. It could be very, very powerful. This is a prostitute that offered seemingly very simple Archie. It was a dog. Firstly dog and she offered that dog water and Allah forgave her her sins.

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Her major sins

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for that, and it's not like she's a woman who committed Zina once this is a woman that earns her living makes a living from prostitution. Allah forgive her all of that

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because she offered water

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to that

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next Hadith and her the ASHA I know again from Ebola and in Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam makalah are at Roger lineata followable Phil Jana fee shedule Ratan Tata. Aha I'm invited Perea can the Muslim in our home Muslim Wolfie rewired in more volume because Nisha Jonathan Alba editorial kala Allahu Allah Allah Yun Harada and even Muslim in LA you the

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The prophets of Allah he says, I saw a man

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enjoying himself indulging in paradise, because he entered Paradise because of a tree, a tree that was blocking people's way. And the branches were harming people as they pass by it. So he cut it off.

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So Allah allowed him to Paradise because of this act. Another narration of the same Hadith

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a man walked past a branch,

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a branch of a tree

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that was sticking into people's pathway.

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So he said to himself, I shall remove this. Lest it harms Muslims as they walk as they walk past it. So he removed it.

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So Allah subhanaw taala allowed him into Paradise because of this. Another wording of the same Hadith whilst a man was walking, he found a branch that was sticking out in people's way or it was lying on the way so he removed it. So Allah was thankful to him and Allah forgave him his sins as a result,

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a 30 I shot next tidy and hope from Ebola. Carla Carla Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentored by Senator Liu from Italia woman Jomo Atif Astana our unsought woofie Rolla Huma Abedin. Juma It was here that with an attitude a young woman must woman Miss Al Hasakah de la

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series is collected by Muslim. Allah's Messenger Salam says Whoever makes will do properly,

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not rushes through it and misses some parts of the widow

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He makes a fool will do a good job. Then he comes to pray Juma.

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Then he listens carefully to the Imam and the hotbar then Allah will forgive him.

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Allah will forgive him. All his sins committed from this Joomla

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or between this demanded the previous Juma.

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All the sins that he committed in the past week would be forgiven for him. And plus on top of this three days more will be forgiven for him.

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Just because of simple thing, which we do every Friday, you come to the masjid just make we'll do it properly, make sure you do it properly. You come to the masjid and you don't speak during the hotbar you don't check your phone during the hotbar you don't message during the hotbar and I was surprised a lot of brothers come and they say that we see people you know checking their phone checking their social media, reading messages responding to messages, and even worse, some people respond to calls in the Juma and during the hotbar respond to calls or they initiate a call during the hotbar. The problem is that once you do this, you have no reward. You have lost the reward completely for drama.

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You have lost the reward completely the process says mancala li Fe unsets will Imam we have to follow

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the prophets of salaam says if anyone says to his brother, listen to what he says to his brother.

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Like he says, Be silent.

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Be silent. Or he says Sheesh. That's it. Because another narration Macaulay saw.

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Like so. Is more fat in Arabic. Like

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Be quiet. If you say to your brother in the hotbar Be quiet. He's talking you say to him be quiet. Okay, you have lost your drama.

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You have lost your reward for drama, and drama, you don't speak. You don't speak you don't open your mouth. You just listen. Otherwise you lose the award for drama. So imagine people in the hotbar messaging making calls and responding to cause that's a lie. Like it's It's pity that these people are losing their reward.

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And for many people, it's not easy to come to gym anyway because of work and other things. So the prophets of Islam is seen just as you can make Waldo come to the Juma listen carefully and you will get these 10 days forgiven for you than the process Adam says whoever touches over plays around with pebbles because we said the ground of the masjid the floor of the masjid was made of pebbles whoever touches that pebbles and plays with them and lava than he has engaged in something like idol speech in something that's not beneficial. Okay, so, so be careful in the Joomla

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a 30 fashion and who Ana rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a con either toward the Abdullah Muslim or I will move me over Rasul Allah who are German which he could hardly attend Nevada La Habra at him Alma I will not ask ricotta

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Jana T yen minute Zulu brava how Muslims collected by Muslim again from Abu Huraira the Allahu Anhu Allah's messengers Salam says, When the Muslim or the believer makes the law, when he washes his face, every sin you committed with your eyes

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will be rinsed will be washed away with the water that you wash your face with. So when you make a simple act as we'll do, you are removing the sins that you've committed. When you wash your face, you remove the sins you committed with your eyes.

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And when he washes his hands and his arms any sin that you he or she committed with their hands, descends will be washed away with the water.

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And when he or she washes their feet or rinses, their feet, every cent they committed with their feet or they walk to have they committed with their feet will be washed away with the water of the order.

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So he comes out of the window pure of sin, completely clear of sin there is no sin,

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no sin. So as simple as that we do sometimes we do this five times a day. You'll make model and each will do is an opportunity for you to get your sins forgiven completely.

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And it helps that you're conscious of this process that when you are making Mordor visualize your sins being washed away. As you make the wobble. Visualize your sins are being washed away in

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the process. Another Hadith says Raja Hatha Yoga homothetic authority until his sin stop coming out from underneath his nails as you wash your hands and will do

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so, you see

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Islam Allah Subhan Allah offers are so many ways so many things and these things are accessible readily accessible to you these simple acts and they could each one of them has great rewards get your sins forgiven completely simple access will do

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a Robin Asha,

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Asha and who and Rasool Allah is Allah when you send them a Salah to hum soup will do more to either do more our Ramadan Ramadan mocha FIRA to the medina Hoonah either stoneybatter Kappa Alpha Wahoo Muslim collected by Muslim also from above are able to the Allahu Anhu Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the five daily prayers, prayer to the prayer the okay from prayer to another prayer, what am I will do more articulate Joomla one Joomla to another Joomla Ramadan to Ramadan, all of these, all of these great actual acts of worship that you do repetitively on a daily basis five daily prayers on a weekly basis. You pray the Joomla on a yearly basis you fast and pray

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Ramadan, all of these the expiate the sins that are committed between them, as long as you avoid the major sins of Kabbalah

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and Commissar shall unknown Alcala Rasulullah sallallahu Ali he was sending them a don't look at Mr. Young Allah who became kappa warrior for OB hit the Rajat as beautiful Hadith. Again from Muslim above the law and who said Allah's Messenger SallAllahu sallam said, Shall I not

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tell you about the things our about what Allah uses to remove your sins and raise your levels in paradise? The call rubella ya rasool Allah they said yes indeed on Messenger of Allah tell us the Prophet SAW Selim says it's well we'll we'll do it I'll Macquarie worker throttle hobo eel masajid want to borrow salatu salam further, Ali como rebound.

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The prophets of salaam says these are things that when you do, Allah removes your sins by means of them and raises your ranks in paradise.

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Sparkle will do the Ellen MacArthur, that you make your rowboat properly is bevel will do means the organs that you are supposed to wash with your odo you wash them fully. Because you see sometimes people washing their face and although they get some water and they do this,

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that's not what that's not a smell smell is that you cover the Organovo completely so you face you take water, you wash your whole face, you wash your whole face. Okay, it's not you get some water splashing over your face that's not good. Or some people put their hand or the arm under the tap. I say do like this. You haven't made a spell as well that water has to go through over all of your arm. And part of his bath is when you have folded skin or wrinkles especially like the back of your arm here or the back of your elbow, your elbow here that you will rub it with water and even your fingers here on top of your fingers these wrinkles. They actually

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you should make sure that water goes into them. So it's not like Okay, that's it. These are called well these called by the Prophet SAW Salem.

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These are part of a sunnah the Prasanna mentioned them as part of the Sunnah and detention and the President says Sunon is circumcision, clipping your nails, growing your beard, and so on and so forth. Among them, he said what Rasul barragem these are called barragem.

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These are notably called barragem, that you wash them, make sure that was what goes into them, especially when you grow older, the wrinkles get deeper, they get deeper, and sometimes just merely running water over your hand doesn't get them into the skin. So you need to be careful. People who are a bit overweight as well, they need to be careful when they make muscle for example, when they make muscle, some people and because of the excessive fat on their waist, you have wrinkles, where sometimes water doesn't get into that place. You need to make sure that water goes into that. So these are things that are important to pay attention to. So one of the things are some of the things

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that ultimately removes with them your sins and raises your ranks is when you make a spell Isbell who will know that you when you wash parts of your body, you wash them properly for widow

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especially feet, your feet a lot of people like what I see people take some water and displeasure over the feet and the thing they have washed or rinse their feet. Now for what do you have to make sure that you that you wash your feet properly the prophets of salaam so one of the companions and he just may well do and you know when you are in a dry place, especially in a desert. When you wash part of your body. You can see the line between what you have washed and what you have missed. Wipe

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because there's dust on the other side and you can see so the the path that you have watched is shiny and clear. The other one is dusty you can tell the difference. So the process I'm so one man after making Mordor and just at the, on his heels at the back and on top of his heels at the back of his feet, he there was a little circle where water has not reached as big as this as

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the Prophet SAW salem said the way Ilan Lin called him in and now whoa to the back of your feet from the hellfire. Then he said Loma to Heather and I had the had the Helena automatical availability Mohammed, if this person dies in this state that he's making wudu without washing his fists properly, he would die on a religion other than that on the Prophet SAW Salem serious matter so it's bear who don't make wudu properly. Michael don't rush through it make sure that you and make sure that you wash the parts of the window fully. But you need to watch for something else don't go on the other side other extreme where you become obsessed with it. Some people wash their hands 10

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times and wash their feet and like the model for them takes 15 minutes

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don't get into this worse worse or this obsessive states don't get into this. Okay, but make sure you just wash properly and you cover the for example your arms all your arm is covered that's it face your face is fully washed your feet Your feet are completely washed and that's it

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so again things that Allah removes with the your sins and raises your levels. It spelled we'll do a little Macquarie Island Macquarie means in difficult times what commentators on this hadith they say Alan McCallum in difficult times. What does this mean? That means when it's cold

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I mean here we live in luxury.

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You go into the matawa area, okay? Or at home, you want to make wudu you have hot water so it's easy but in so many countries so many places.

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And when it's cold especially in you might think oh there are hot countries that hot countries that night the very cold sometimes does it you know the colder it does it is really rough. So you want to make well do you can hardly even touch the water, it's cold, it's freezing cold and you find it very difficult especially with dry skin

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to make although so people rushed through it and they don't cover the areas of adult properly. So when you make widow especially in difficult times and you make it properly another narration is called as well we'll do a separate separate is called weather. So when you wash, it will do so we make that even in difficult times. What cutthroat will hobo either massage it and

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abundance of steps to the mustards so when you walk to the masjid, these are things Allah removes his sins with and he elevates your ranks in paradise cathedral Jota more steps to the masjid one tirado Salah to the Salah and waiting for one Salah after this next salah. Some people, they pray the heart, and they for them. The next thing on their mind is a sort of prayer. So they either wait and that's the best in the masjid or they wait somewhere else. But they're waiting. They're anticipating the next prayer. The president says that ECOMOG rebirth, this is real, kind of early Bob is basically guarding the territories of the Muslims for the sake of Allah. It's a great act of

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worship, protecting and guarding the Muslims. So So these simple things may come without properly abundance of steps into the to the masjid and waiting from one side to the other you pray Maghrib and you decide to stay in the message say I'm going to wait for a shot on the Prophet I've sent another Hadith well Abdul fie Salatin, Madame effing telarus salah. And as long as the person is in the masjid waiting for the next salah, they will get the reward. As they're waiting they will get the reward as if they are praying all the time you spent waiting for the next salah or for the upcoming Salah you will get the reward as if you are praying all the time. That's from Allah

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subhanaw taala

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next Hadith Sadie Sasha and Abby Musen Ashari not the Allahu Anhu called kala Rasulullah Salallahu Salam min son, little bardini the halogen multifocal array whoever prays these two Salah called Albert Dane, Albert Dane is the Fajr and Astro prayer Fajr and Asada pray that means anyone who is consistent in their Salah that will enter paradise but the problem single these out because they are sometimes the most difficult. You might say well acid is not difficult was not that difficult. Well speaking about the Arabs at that time

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He's talking about

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salatu salam Fajr is early and it's still difficult it's actually probably more difficult now because people you know, stay late. They stay up late at night, but

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Fajr is difficult. Fragile is difficult XMod most difficult Salah for the hypocrites, but also the Arabs used to take the a nap, siesta or a lie Lulu is to take a nap or people would be still working at that time so it will be difficult for them to make it to the masjid and pray so, so the whoever is consistent with their Salah that's what it means inshallah would enter politics next Hadith Serbia Asha, Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam either medieval Abdo, Safar coochie Bella, who with Luma Kana Yamato multiman. So he had but what would be highly Allah's Messenger Salam says again from Abu Musab Ashari is corrected by Buhari if one of you

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falls, Ill

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you get some kind of disease, some kind of sickness or you get into an accident so you're unable to do what you usually do the acts of worship, I will suffer all your travel so you're unable to keep your daily routine where you have prayers and say you pray five rock out Dr. Molina each night and let's say you fast every Monday and Thursday, but you catch a disease and for two months or you get into an accident two months, you're unable to fast you're unable to pray or you travel and you're unable to keep keep this routine. The prophets of salaam says Allah will keep your reward running as if you are doing them.

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As if you are doing them even though you're not doing them because you are you're sick or because you're traveling but still Allah will write them for you as if you are still doing them.

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Again, we are in the chapter of the abundance of the pathways to a higher to goodness to Paradise. Allah subhanaw taala has opened so many pathways for us to do goodness

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next Hadith Thurman I shall Anjali Allahu Akbar. Father Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called Luma rufen sadaqa Coloma rufen Sakuraba al Bukhari Wawa Muslim and they were at how they funneled the Allah one is collected by Al Bukhari and Muslim and Buhari narrated from Jabba the Allahu Anhu and Muslim or Muslim he.

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He reported it or collected it from holiday femininely Emanuel the Allahu Anhu Allah's Messenger salaam says Quran Lewmar ofin sadaqa which we said just about 10 minutes ago, everything that is inherently good, is considered to be sadaqa in Islam.

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Everything that is inherently good, as we said, smile, nice word, giving someone a hand, being kind to someone, even holding back any harm that you could possibly do. Bad word, or physical abuse or anything if you hold it back, it is considered to be a sadaqa any type of model of models means it's recognized and known among people that people agree naturally. That is good. Why? Because it's inherently good. No one says that help or helping someone else is bad.

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No one says this. No one says A smile is inherently bad.

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No one says a nice word is inherently bad. No one says that. It is good. It is good. So the prophets of Salaam is saying anything that is inherently good is considered to be sadaqa it's considered to be an act of worship. You can get reward from it. And it resonates with what we said anything that is inherently good is part and parcel of Islam automatically. You don't have to state it you don't have to say it.

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And next Hadith I'll close with this.

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Hadith so we will translate them all together. The Prophet of Islam says anyone who plants anything, anyone who plants a tree, any kind of you know

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plant any kind of vegetation that is beneficial. So

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and it's eaten from anyone who eats from it, whether a human being or an animal or a bird, or someone steals from it. Let's say you grow an apple, an apple tree, someone takes from it steals from it without your permission, you get reward. A bird eats from it, you get reward, a goat eats from it, you get reward, someone takes from it by your permission, you get reward.

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anything bad that happens to it, you will get reward for it. If anything decreases, that's what it all means. Anything that decreases it, like, let's say, some kind of a bug gets into it, and destroys the tree or destroys the fruits, you will get reward for that. So with Allah, Samantha, you can't go wrong. Whatever you do, you know you're getting reward with Allah subhanaw taala. And if you do these things out of intention to get reward from Allah, your reward is doubled. In these acts, by the way, you don't have to have a conscious reward or a conscious intention that I'm doing this for the sake of Allah.

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Sometimes people go wrong with these things, these open paths to goodness, goodness, which we call cold and aloof. This opens pathways to goodness, you don't have to have a specific intention for them, like Salah uncia, you're not as long as you intend good, your natural tendency to do good, you're getting reward for these automatically. Automatically. Some people go on to extreme they say you have to have a reward you have to know with these things, no. With these things, no with acts of worship. Yes, you have to have reward and not all of them. Not all of them. Okay? So here but if you have an intention, I'm doing this because Allah loves it and I want to get reward from Allah, your

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reward will be doubled because you have more intention. Now, you have just more intention, but you automatically get the reward for that. Okay, so I will leave in sha Allah to catch up with the thought. But we see that all the stem has opened up so many ways for us to do goodness, almost anything you can think of that is good, or you can come across as inherently good, is actually an act of worship and this is also dukkha and is Maha Desikan Allahu Alem. Someone else