The Monumental Tafsir #23 Surah Al-Muzammil

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The importance of praying in the front row during the Halacha is discussed, as it is a powerful message for Muslim men. Prayerers are instructed to be mindful of the message and not let anyone break it. The importance of praying before the death of the person they want to pray for is emphasized, as it is a powerful act for everyone. The importance of practicing data and writing to improve one's chances with Allah is also emphasized. The importance of staying clean and safe during nights and working on one's mind during daily activities is also emphasized. The importance of practicing data and trusting oneself is also emphasized.

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While early he was happy he he may you know I do. We continue with our Tafseer but before we do that

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the

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we're going to say inshallah the Halacha will be off tomorrow.

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From now on inshallah the Halacha this 100 cf halacha will be after maghrib after my will premiere Philip and Sharla until people pray their sunnah and the setup is done for the sisters, Inshallah, we will start our halacha another thing as well, probably, maybe some people will come late for mother if to pray, especially on the brothers side. I would say if you see anyone trying to pray their mother to be here, if you can direct them to pray in the front prayer hall, the small room in the front there so that they don't get disturbed by the, the,

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by the Halacha here and Halaqaat doesn't get disturbed by them especially if they are going to establish a gym. Ah, all right. So I would appreciate it if you see anyone trying walks in try to pray their Maghrib whether Singler or Gemma is that you advise them to pray in the front row. It's better, it's more convenient for everyone. Shala they don't interrupt the Halacha and they don't get disturbed by it. balaclava. So today we have so a lot of Muslim men and Subhanallah Psalter Muslim is such a very beautiful and personal Surah when it comes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam and it has some beautiful advice with regards to the growth of the Muslim the spiritual growth, the

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psychological and the spiritual growth of the Muslim and the the connection and the order between solid and Muslim men and so autonomo death here is very strong and the order is actually meaningful. And subhanAllah remember Sunday actually expands a lot on the surah so let's see how far we can go with it.

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Soran Musa mill Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. The one who is interrupt in garments is the one who was covered with them. The name of the Surah Al Muslim mill conveys the same meaning as the name as the one that follows it ultimate death here. This describes what the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did when Allah honored him with his message and began to send down His revelation to him. Via Gibreel. He saw something the like of which he had never seen, and no one could withstand it except the messengers. So in the beginning, it was something that was deeply shocking to him when he first saw Gibreel Alehissalaam therefore he came to his family

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deeply shake and unsaid, wrapped me up, wrapped me up. Gibreel came to him and said it could not read. He said, I am not a reader. Then Gibreel embraced him and pressed him to the point that he felt he could not take it anymore. And the angel was insisting that he read, then he began to recite. Then Allah made him steadfast and the revelation started coming frequently, until he attained a level that none of the messengers before him attained. Subhanallah How great is the difference between the beginning and the end of prophethood. Hence, Allah addressed him in these terms, as he was at the beginning when the revelation began.

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Allah instructed him to do some acts of worship that were only for him to do. Then he instructed him to bear patiently the harm done by his enemies. Then he instructed him to carry out his command and call people openly to Allah. Here Allah enjoins upon him the noblest act of worship, namely the prayer and commands him to do it at the best and most virtuous of times, which is at night.

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By His mercy, Allah subhanaw taala did not command him to spend the entire night in prayer. Rather, he said stand up in prayer throughout the night except a little, then he gives an estimate of the length of time, half of it or a little less than that, that is less than half such as 1/3 and the lake or a little more, that is a little more than half such as two thirds and the lake and recite the Quran at a measured pace for reciting it at a measured pace facilitates reflection has a greater impact on the heart and enables one to worship Allah by reciting its verses with complete focus. Rarely we are going to send down to you words of surpassing gravity. That is we are going to send

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down to you this Quran, which is of surpassing gravity for its meanings are deeply significant, and its attributes are great. And something like this deserves that you should prepare yourself for it, recite at a measured pace and reflect upon what it contains. Then Allah mentions the wisdom behind the command to pray at night. The early prayer at night after having slept is more appropriate for focus and more conductive, conducive to proper recitation. That is it is more likely to achieve the purpose of the Quran when one focuses fully on what is being recited. What is one reciting? For there are fewer distractions at night so one will be able to focus and understand the words one

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recites. This is in contrast to the day when these aims are less likely to be achieved. Hence, Allah says you have plenty of time during the day to attend to mundane matters. That is to go about your business which will lead to distraction and not allow the heart to fully focus. constantly remember the Name of your Lord. This includes all kinds of remembrance of Allah vicar.

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them or Buddha Allah, Allah Allah they use the hippo and you have somebody that you were traveling with EG lady with the cream or he had a call for it who Akela they have your own one would that be around you? Ohmori Coco Leah Malema Amara hula who was selected for salsa will be decree Ramona with aliquet absolutely your your as soon as the Medicaid and collegiate and fee to hand model as all was here in the 30 illuminant are not a matter of who is somebody else am I afraid of Emani doing a La Jolla suborn a hallway suborn Amager Obi Wan EMB I'm Rila Lai also the one who said well I ordered the 101 Yeah julabo module on Jimmy era has all eighth October in Missoula to hedgehog and Lydia at

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the SRV are below him Bill Hijri will era they were an acquired Rahimullah he took the what Amala who BG dolly him bility he acid

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constantly remember the Name of your Lord. This includes all kinds of remembrance of Allah vicar and devote yourself completely to Him that is focused on on Allah subhanaw taala for focusing on a law and turning to him means that one's heart is detached from all creatures, and has love for Allah and for everything that brings one close to him and to attaining his pleasure. He is Lord of the East and the West. The words translated here as the East and the West refer to all the points of sunrise and sunset. So he is Lord of all the points of sunrise and sunset, whatever is there of light and all that they bring of benefits to the upper and lower realms. He is the Lord and creator and

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controller of all things, there is no god but He that is there is no none deserving of worship, except the Most High, who alone deserves to be singled out for love, veneration respect and honor. Hence, he says so take him as disposer of your affairs. That is the one who takes care of you and controls all your affairs, because Allah commanded him to pray in particular, and to remember him in general terms that enabled him to develop steadfastness that helped him to bear burdens, and to do difficult tasks. Allah commanded him to bear with patients the words and insults of the stubborn rejecters who reviled him and the message he brought, and to persist in carrying out the commands of

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Allah, not letting anyone stop him or deter him. He also commanded him to keep his distance in a dignified manner when it was appropriate to do so. And to keep a distance without causing any offence, so he wants to respond to them by keeping a distance from them, turning away from them and paying no heed to their offensive talk. Yet at the same time, Allah commanded him to debate with them in the best manner.

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Leave me to deal with the deniers for I will wreck I will wreak vengeance upon them. And even if I grant them respite, I will not forget about them who are living a life of luxury and ease. That is those who enjoy luxury and wealth who transgressed when Allah granted them abundant provision and bestowed His bounty upon them. This is like the verses in which Allah subhanaw taala says, Indeed man transgresses all bounds when he believes himself to be self sufficient. Then Allah warns them of what there is with him of punishment okay. So again, the solar is paired with solar thermal death and ultimate data comes after it but again we are taking a reverse reverse order. So we dealt with

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solar thermal, solar thermal death was about spreading the data you want to move on for under whereas this solar aim was a mil common Leila Illa kalila

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Are you wrapped in your shrouds or in your sheets?

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Call me Leila. Illa kalila pray the night most of it.

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Pray most of the night this is personal worship. Personal worship. In the scholars say the Muslim men the prophets of salaam know be Abilene Muslim men. I will not be available

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No better beer per hour. Again, basically what they were what the scholars were saying is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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went through stages. The first thing he was made a profit, maybe,

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maybe profit and that was with Surratt ACARA first revelation here called Bismillah, mcalary. HELOC, no BIA Bisola. Check Allah.

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Then the Prophet sallahu wa salam was given the instructions to worship, to build, build a foundation for the Dawa. So that means in Islam before you go public with your data and your advice, which is very attractive today, and very accessible with social media, everyone can become a teacher, a shave,

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a figure a celebrity, right?

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Before you do that, you have to build a very solid and strong foundation within. And that's private worship.

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You know, going public with any kind of endeavor is extremely risky business.

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If you haven't developed a strong heart, if you haven't developed yourself, internally,

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with so much to Skia, with so much knowledge of Allah, with so much fear of Allah with so much devotion, Eclass selflessness, it's very risky to go public, very risky. I'm Morgan photography, Allahu anhu, used to say, the thoughtco Ablon to Soweto.

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Seek an understanding. And we need to keep in mind that when the early generations spoke about knowledge, when they spoke about education, it's not like what we do today.

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When they speak about knowledge is what this called would the companions or the Allahu Anhu used to do, they would take five verses theater and Lamone MFE. I mean, a little me Well, I mean, they would take five verses, and they would learn everything in them, in terms of information, and in terms of lifestyle, in terms of actions that would live by it. Most of us have turned the religion into ideas that we store in our heads, but we never conditioned within ourselves. We never train is just like someone who studies human physiology, and proper kind of workout and exercise. But they never lift a weight. They never go to the gym.

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And they can probably coach you.

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They literally can coach you give you instructions, and might be very good advice. But they themselves can never benchpress they can never do pull ups. They don't have any strength. They don't have muscles, they don't have any stamina.

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A lot of Muslims, and a lot of Muslims who learn Islam, that's their state.

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They can tell you everything about driving, but they cannot sit behind the wheel, they've never been behind the wheel before.

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It sounds ironic, and absurd. But that's the reality. A lot of us can talk about Islam, can reason about some of the principles of Islam. Although most of us do that without proper education. And with a lot of misunderstanding, yet, there is most of the practice of Islam. Most of the practice of Islam is private.

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We don't know that most of the worship that we do is public.

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It's our obsession with people's attention, people's recognition. That's why most of our practice of Islam is public. But the reality is, from the practice of Islam, the tip of the iceberg is what goes public.

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More than 90% of your relationship with Allah and your spiritual work out is actually private.

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And that was the state of the prophets, Lawson and Allah wanted to strengthen him.

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Allah wanted him to build a very solid foundation of a man and faith that is unshakable. So when the going gets tough, he has something to fall back on faith, amen. And not go into fitna and not start making, you know, sub optimal choices and huge compromises. It requires that kind of strength. How do you build it? You build it through standing before Allah when no one knows about you. No one acknowledges that you'd have you get no credit for no one. It's a private, completely private engagement with Allah and for hours, and when at night when you most want to go to sleep. So you're going against the desire, natural desire of yourself.

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That's an exercise in patience. It's not enough for you to read a book in patients you will not become patient.

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You read or read a book on Taqwa. You don't become

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As a person of Taqwa

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How do you build patients you go against desire, stand up at night. How do you develop Baraka?

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Which is what being conscious of Allah, the fact that Allah watches you?

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Even if you read books on that will not get you there. How do you do that? When you pray at night, no one is there to acknowledge, nobody's going to praise you, you get no reward, no immediate reward. You're doing it before Allah subhanaw taala.

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And you get to enjoy it. Why? Because you tap into a feed back that is invisible to anyone else. Now you're entering the realm of faith. Prior to that you were doing what formalities

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that's how faith is built. And many of the Muslim historians and scholars they say actually pm allele was the first obligation on the Muslims after to hate

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Salah it was prescribed five daily prayers were prescribed when

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during the journey of Elissa and remarriage, and this was roughly when around year seven, eight after his law around that time after after the revelation.

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Prior to that, what were the Muslims doing?

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So at some point, they were praying to Allah aka in the morning to Rakhine the evening, Salah to Allah wa salatu Alicia.

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Then before that, what were they doing to Yama, Leila.

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It was an obligation and we will come to see the last verse in the Salah, it was an emulator was an obligation. Why does Allah make it an obligation the best generation of Islam ever was born or was prepared and was conditioned and was produced during that era

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of Tamil This is why the Prophet SAW Selim said

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shut off military Yama who believed the honor the dignity of the believer is standing up at night.

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Obviously, you know, we have an obligation which is the five daily prayers the Yom ileal comes after them as a sunnah. And the scholars debate, there is a debate among the scholars which is better out of lava tube, I'm TIAMO lane, which is better the sooner that you pray before Fajr for the horse after the horse, sometimes after acid After Maghrib and after Isha. Are these better, the sooner or is Tamilian better? So there is a there is some kind of discussion about that. But the opinion that seems to be the strongest is actually that the Emily's but the Prophet SAW Selim when he traveled, he would shorten the prayers, and he would not pray the Sunnah.

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But he would pray to emulate.

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When the prophets are seldom traveled, he would not pray before the hook by the way.

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You would not pray before the person you would pray for her to raka he would not pray after mother Lipitor like Ash and he would not pray after Isha to all I can say.

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But he would pray Utley I'm Elaine and Witter and soon it will feature the person was still prayed. Why because the prophets of salaam said that okay, tell venturi Pharaoh Mina dunya wa mafia. So Al Bukhari the two loci of Fajr sooner, the sooner are better than this whole world and everything in it is soon.

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And imagine the fourth

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Sukiya Milady is extremely important. And many of the scholars call it madrasa. It's a school, it's a university, there are things you learn about Islam in the Himalayas, that you will never find in a book. And no teacher will be able to impart on you

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to emulate.

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And it is important for every Muslim at least to Orca, at least to raka of the Himalayas, you should not go to sleep before them before you before you pray them.

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It's extremely powerful. It's one of the actions that increase your Eman tremendously, like nothing else. Allah Subhana Allah describes the people of Jana, the believers is what to Jaffa Juno boo hoo Manuel Melania you're their own rock bottom hole from what

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their sides they push their sides away from their,

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from their, from their beds. So that means the self the body wants to go to sleep and rest. You know that sweetness of sleep? Right? You know, when you just just want to stay in the warmth of your bed you push yourself why? Because there is some there is someone you love more than the rest and asleep. And that's Allah subhanaw taala

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the sweetness of the love of Allah. Allah

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out the ways you know the pool and the authority and the control of your sleep.

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This is why it's an exercise in cyber and it's an exercise in love the arm and Leila is an exercise in loving Allah's animal dad.

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One of the early generations and I believe it was Sofia No, no you know, Rahim Allah Allah, he would say either Ajah in the huddle hasn't what either Jaya Alene or forget for in the global OB.

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He said when the day comes,

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I am sad. But when the night comes, I am so elated. I'm so happy and joy it why because I am alone with Allah at night.

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And honey Farah him Allah to Allah

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He would be seen for most of the night praying

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on top of his own house

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the some of them used to call him Al Hadid.

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Some of the his neighbors thought because the children would see him and they thought there was a Paul a metal pole on top of the house, and then wouldn't say why do we see it at night but not during the day? That was Abu Hanifa standing up in prayer.

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And it was this was mentioned about many other than Abu Hanifa many of the early generations of Muslims pm will lead

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Pm is really such a powerful exercise for everyone Muslim

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and Subhan Allah Allah explains here what the beauty of reading the Quran and standing up in prayer before Allah Subhana Allah night law says international at a lady here I should do one work one more gala or first work material Quran attina How do you read the Quran? How do you recite the Quran, while

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an authority authority is, you know, this the slower form the contemplative for, you know, a style of reading the Quran, you're reading it, but you taking your time with it. That's a turtle.

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Now, obviously turtle is become more technical with the Quran. So you have three levels, correct levels of reading the Quran, you have 13

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Okay, which is when the researcher takes quite a long time reciting, and they take a long breath. And they take a pause between that that's technical, but tactile is actually actually to read like the profit center mystery, there's a shoulder low and I described him, the Prophet saw some kind of philosophy and what Bismillah here

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are some used to reflect he used to reflect he used to take his time with the versus stay with the versus stay with the words.

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This is a 38. And then there is the fast way, but it's not the way to fast where it really becomes incomprehensible.

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It's fast, but to maintain a camera to meet and this is called a header and header, this is the fastest acceptable, okay, and header. And then there is between them at the wheel, which is moderate,

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moderate, in all of them you have to observe a candidate that really have to pronounce the letters correctly and so on and so forth. But here Allah says what aterial Quran Atilla the prophets of salaam used to elongate he used to take his time with the verses and read and reflect and repeat why this is the most helpful for contemplation for comprehension. For reflection for the heart, this is the biggest impact of the heart. Now, when you are memorizing or when you are reviewing that's not necessarily the most helpful.

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You would do 100 Which is the quicker one or acted well, maybe. But a 13 is more for reflection. And this is why many of the scholars that would have had to match only to the board will have to match only Maharajah so they would have Hotmart read the Quran. So it would basically in the morning, let's say read for Maharajah and that would be a fast one. But then they would have an engagement with the Quran. Let's say another time maybe at night and this was more for reflection. These are two separate hokhmah

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Subhanallah and when you read the Quran in such a way, it starts to feed into your heart. This is what Allah says, what a tiller Khurana tell Tila in Snoopy, la Coco Wulan, Willans or Taylor, we're going to give you words we're going to send down words upon you have in a mighty words of such a profound nature. These are the Divine Words of Allah in us and alcoholic your colon tequila, and for Taylor cannot be translated as heavy here but it's weighty. It's rich. It's it's full in the sense the meanings are profound and deep. And this is why the Quran was described in a

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statement by Alibaba tolerably low and it's usually attributed attributed to the prophet but it's weak the narration that attributes it to the Prophet SAW Selim is weak but to Illumina, we thought it was more authentic Latifah, Jay Abraham,

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that have no idea who the wonders of the Quran they never go redundance you will always find something. This is why one of the champions will absolutely man it dawned on him a long time, he would say, will lie. He didn't kneel it up if we're at lead and what are you Latini with it Earth, Walla Walla and Allah azza wa jal lumen Mati. He is who they were close to end. But he would say that I would recite a verse and I would be stuck reflecting with it, the meanings would flow into my heart. And I would reflect and there would be fresh meanings every time I read it, for it for a night, and the second night and the third night, and he says, had not Allah subhanaw taala to honor,

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it showered me with mercy that he would make me just, you know, grow a little bit distracted, I would have been stuck with one verse for all of my life. That's the engagement. And that's how we engage with the Quran.

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We want to engage with Milan at that level, that's how we benefit from it. So it's called woolens Akira, it's very rich, it's profound, it's deep. It's always yielding fruits, meanings and benefits and beauty.

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And this is one meaning of it being weighty. Another mean the meaning of it being weighty is that the power of the Quran the power of the Quran has. The Quran has the potential to change humanity and that's what it did.

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It transforms humanity. It can change the conditions of humans.

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This is what Allah Subhan Allah says.

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Allah describes the Quran Bethania tuck share a woman who julu Latina action or a bomb, some Metaline or julu Docomo bomb in a decree Allah, the Quran, that when it's recited upon the believers, it sends shivers down their body.

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Then the hearts and the whole body feels crucial and tranquil and peace with the Quran. It's profound. It transforms people and that's the power of the Quran. But also the power of the Quran is in the lifestyle that it brings about the potential the wisdom in it, the kind of instructions and guidance there is so much in order to be lived to be practiced in the Quran. In Santa Monica and Takeda also, overland, Takeda, it cannot be carried by the faint hearted. It cannot be carried and shouldered and given it's right by people who don't take it seriously.

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People who just want to wing it with the Quran, it doesn't work like that. You need to give the Quran your heart you need to give it everything you have for it to start giving you

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it's a precious thing in us and also headache opponents are telling us when you engage with the Quran, you need a proper engage, you need to fully engage with it and don't take it as something you do on the site. So when you're reading the Quran, Don't multitask. Many people check their emails as they are reciting Quran, especially those who probably have memorized something, you will find them reading and they will probably just surfing the internet or maybe checking their social media and the reading. You're not getting from the Quran anything. This is what Allah said to the Prophet SAW Salem at night while Attila Khurana Tatianna international preallocate overland Satilla in and she

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at a legally here should do what to Anwar Mattila

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praying at night after you go to sleep, then you wake up

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at night and that means towards the later part of the night when your buddy has got some sleep so you are functioning well you're not too tired, because the profit side of selling them. So

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a rope that is that has been tied to two poles in the masjid.

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And he saw that he said Who's this? Follow huddle is Xena. The techie who led either a bit clumsy and the wife of the Prophet saw some of the low Anna she would come must be there was empty at night she would come and pray and inside of the masjid and if she's tired she would. It's like more like the rope act more like her rail. She leans on it. It supports her. The Prophet SAW Selim said Subhanallah

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Solu Rila Hina Chaka Khan for in hola hola Malhotra, Tamil Lu for either to huddle comm funnily enough

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for my the ownership of a year continuous holiday. So the Prophet SAW Selim said, you know, don't do that. Don't do that. Get some rest, get some sleep if you are too tired even to focus. What's the point? What is the point Allah doesn't want a zombie to pray Allah when too hot? So when you wake up towards the end of the night, you've taken good sleep, you're fresh, your mind is functioning optimally. You're focused. There's no distractions, no people to talk to maybe today

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This is compromised because of social media and access right to through our phones we can have access to so much, you know,

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the clutter of the world but we don't want that.

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You can actually keep that quiet keep that safe keep it clean and hygiene. So at night, after you get some rest, you wake up and you engage with the Quran, no people, no distractions, no sounds, no lights, nothing Your senses are not under so much demand. Your senses there is nothing vying for your senses visually in terms of your hearing and and the presence of people anything everything is quiet. Plus the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam if they cannot fulfill Lila effort in Allah in Xena sama in dunya when it's the last third of the night in the last parliament to Allah comes closer to the nearest heaven

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so again that's closeness to Allah subhanaw taala so in the Nasha Lainey when you pray at night after you have slept you pray now she at a Layli here I should do what Anwar up one more Taylor I should do work on water means what it means match perfect match and compatibility young guys if you guys over there I don't know who forced them to come but if you if you want to talk you can talk somewhere else

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the young guys over there

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yeah

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okay so in the national at the lady here I should do what on what more APA you know what the when you step on something called wha complete matching right

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Murata work on here in the Nashua lady here I should do what Anwar como kala why because you are what you're reciting with your tongue you know, your heart follows perfectly

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international at the lady here should do what Anwar Machina, that's more opera. Because oftentimes we humans can split our awareness and that's when what we call multitasking great.

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And I think in our females sisters are more notorious with that. They would show a woman watching TV cooking and Rocking the Cradle of her child with her feet, right? And probably doing something something else and so on and so forth. That is splitting you up splitting your awareness no one is that when you are fully one in the sense you're completely wrapped into something

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your attention is not split so what you say with your tongue registers on your heart completely that's what you want. This is how you want to read the Quran. In Nana she had the lady here should do up on muah tune banal lb will listen. Okay the heart and the tongue are matching together they are working in sync

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nothing is lost. That's what you want to engage with the Quran the late Nazjatar lady I should do up on welcome Aquila. And you know that many people know when they want to focus in the nighttime is much better.

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In an ASHA Delaney here should do on work warm up Leila in LA Kevin Harrison Hunter, Willa. So this is what I wanted to comment on. This is how many people say how can I increase my Eman? Allah already gave you that? How did Allah build the first generation of Muslims at such a high level of strength Eman patience, resilience that they faced the unthinkable and they remained consistent and steadfast? How did they do that? skleer It's this kind of exercise. Don't just talk about your faith. Don't Don't just think about your faith. Don't just memorize about your faith. Practice your faith. How do you practice at Eden pmla

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Many people say it they will learn it there and they just learn words and ideas. You have to practice your data.

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You have to practice your data. How do you practice your data, they commonly

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you're with Allah,

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the names and attributes of Allah, you will learn them. They're not just ideas you store in your head. And then you go about your life just like everyone else. In business, you're cheating people. You're lying. You're deceiving. In your marriage, you're mistreating your spouse and you're playing games and you have so much you know, a lot of shady stuff.

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But you know, you can speak perfectly about our ADA and about fic and you can talk about the rulings and everything is perfect. Why? Because you haven't practiced. How do you practice your Arcada you stand before Allah at night when no one else watches no one else knows. And you don't tell no one about that.

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And you get no immediate credit in this life.

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Because you open up to a different realm where feedback is coming from somewhere else and that's the world of the unseen that's the world of faith. Then you know that what

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Every feedback you get in this life is meaningless from people from creatures like you.

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And you would start actually you know, turning away from that why because you know it could ruin your faith, it could ruin your your your chances with Allah subhanaw taala

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when you taste the sweetness of the feedback that you get from Allah in your heart and you experience that firsthand

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you know the feedback that comes from people is so cheap and poisonous and you don't want it

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and you don't crave it.

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That's how it should because this is our family you know builds you

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then Allah subhanaw taala

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with charisma and become better but really hit up the Allah says with charisma because ultimately it charisma Arabic remember Allah subhanaw taala Allah says with quote Allah the Quran kathiria You are living quote Allah the Quran kala was sent behold Boca Raton vasila or you who believe remember Allah often, often you know what? If you look Allah if you look at the day, if you look at the night,

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when you wake up, you're supposed to say 100 Allah Allah the Ohana bandana on our heels in no short

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is supposed to walk into the washroom. Bismillah Allahu Niang will become an ultimate Harbeth you will with Allah literally is your companion all the time.

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You come out of the wash washroom of Ronak on another Hadith although it's disputed Alhamdulillah Allah do

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you want to start with Bismillah

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immediately will not

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allow me to eliminate tau Amina which Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah shuriken I don't wanna call him to ALEC regime but here are shadowline law confused enemies

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should we learn to have a low adolescence Nikola Washington million dollar solo allegedly Minetta Rabinovich and Nieminen Matata, hurry, you pray the whole prayer is what they could have Allah subhanaw taala mentioned of Allah Santana you leave the house

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Bismillah to ocultar Allah Allah Allah Romania who became Abdullah was in La Casa La Orgrimmar Odin and Jelani Allah azza wa jal FIBA Serena on VSAM ainol on vehicle Bienville on fee Bashir you know on fee so you with Allah you're going to eat Bismillah

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you don't have the lovely lady ammonia that was funny even really holy Mineola.

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It's all about Allah. Your life is all with Allah, Allah Allah the names guru cathedra you pray your prayer, you've done your prayer, what do you do? SubhanAllah 33 times Hamdulillah 33 times Allahu Akbar 33 times Lila Allah Who regular you recite AYATUL kursi Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, you are remembering Allah all the time. Why does Allah want us to remember him? Does he need us to just always talk about him and think about him, Allah doesn't need us. He's doing that out of His mercy. He's doing that for us. He's doing that for you. He doesn't want you to miss out on the greatest thing that your heart is craving and looking for.

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Of course Allah they can you because without the remembrance of Allah, your heart will be occupied by Chapin. When your heart is occupied by Shavon. You're going to suffer from what they call negative feelings, traumatic states, you're going to be depressed, you're going to be stressed out. Life is going to be difficult for you, you will you will lose hope shaytaan will poison your life.

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And you will be lost in this life. You want have a sense of direction and then you would lose in the hereafter. So Allah wants you to allow us to save you. He says I am the way out. I am the way to safety and that's why I'm connecting you to me I'm giving you a gift. That's really why the cruel people say why do we have to remember Allah all the time? Why is all about Allah why do you always tell us about Allah?

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This is like someone who's eating poison and he says Why do you talk about good health?

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Literally, someone is eating something that ruins their health and they say Why do you talk keep talking about healthy eating and diet and all that stuff?

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See them 10 years down the line

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when they are dying in some hospital and say I should have listened to you

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and it's too late. What about the this kind of lost spot eternally? So you are supposed to remember Allah you can only come to life with the name of Allah with the dimension of Allah Subhan Allah Al Hamdulillah you know people of Jana with all the pleasures all the beauty everything is just perfect v harmala i number at Walla Walla Hopper, Allah Kobe Bucha engine there is what no I has ever seen. No one has ever seen something beyond what you have ever seen.

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And the sounds in it. No one has ever heard. People think you know what, let alone on SEND ME

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as people think, oh things we haven't heard of, not only that sounds you've never heard. You won't listen to music and listen to songs, you'll listen to pleasant things.

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in Jannah, there is a completely different set of sounds. It's different when I'm older and some, well I hope Allah Allah, Toby Bucha never crossed the mind of any human being. No one ever thought of that something that is beyond imagination, and genuine. And there is no boredom engine, all of that. And the people of gender do what all the time

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the prophets of salaam Middleham said you will hammer on at the speed camera tool, Hamilton office, people of Jana say subhanallah just as you breathe,

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you breathe effortlessly. You breathe unconsciously right? You breathe and if someone holds you from breath, have you hold your breath? You know, obviously, you can't do that for Sony for a couple of minutes that you can do that. And then you get under stress. And obviously you'd die.

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People of paradise they just mentioned Allah so seamlessly, effortlessly, just like that. Subhan Allah Subhan Allah, why because they can't get enough of the beauty of Allah. And Allah gave us this gift in this dunya and you know what? We just we don't want Allah to distract us from the petty things that we are attached to.

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Okay, so that's

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with charisma, Arabic, gives you strength. This gives you a man, it sets your heart right? It fixes everything in your life.

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With Chris Malbec, what tell la hit up Tila, that again to virtual worship, means worship. But what it also means is that your heart is alone with Allah.

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And then d'etat ilaha xojo That's what the battle is.

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That your heart is with Allah, so you with people, but your heart is with Allah. And what does that means you are living in the world of the unseen.

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Your heart is living in the world of the unseen. That's when you know, you're lucky that lessons are paying off.

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But when you are thinking of how dominant you are in a conversation, how much respect people give you what is your social status, how much attention you getting? You know that you have failed all of your attended classes even if you have memorized all the books and you can answer all the questions.

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That's the real question. That's the real test for your Arcada where is your heart with a metal elite tailor to tell you are with Allah all the time?

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The prophet the competitors of the Allahu Anhu would say can Nana Abdullah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam muster for Los Angeles, Solomon Sabina mandala,

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the province of Saddam every time he sits with them five minutes, 10 minutes. That said, they say what would count as tougher Allah more than 70 times another narration more than 100 times.

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People think it's the tongue. Now.

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That's just part of it.

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That's just part of it. The reality is your heart. You want your heart and your tongue because the heart and the tongue of the believer are in the same place together.

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The believers don't see what's not in their hearts. Which is why it's important for a believer not to create

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a separation between the tongue and their heart.

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No, the heart and the tongue are identical.

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Actually, their hearts are better than their tongues, the hypocrites. The tongues are better than the hearts.

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The opposite of the believers with charisma become a bit ly Tiburtina.

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In America in no hurry subhanho wa Taala in terms of yes, you need livelihood, you need to engage with life you have obligations and things like that. There is a place for that there's a place for that you don't lose connection with Allah. But somehow something comes to the forefront which is your direct engagement. And these direct engagements are not separate from your relationship with Allah. You see them as gifts from Allah. And you see that you see them as a trust something Allah entrusted you with, and you see them as a means to Allah subhanaw taala so you're not disconnected from Allah. But the difference is with the Quran and with the vicar and with the Tibetan you are

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directly engaging with Allah there is nothing in the middle. There's no means in the middle directly. It's a personal relationship with Allah subhanaw taala whereas with your worldly engagements, you are engaging with Allah through the necessities of life. You see through them the world is transparent for you.

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People think the statement of the prophets of salaam satin wasa they think Oh, time for Allah and time for

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The world, completely corrupt understanding,

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completely corrupt understanding. For the believer everything is a reminder of Allah. Everything in this life originated from Allah, Allah placed it in my life, it's in my life because of Adar of Allah, Allah put it in my life that it must have meaning because I'm on a journey to Allah. How does this get me to Allah? Does it fit into my journey? If it doesn't, this is what the prophets have said, my husband Islam and Takahama Leilani, from the perfection of someone's faith and Eman is that things that don't concern them, they're not part of their life, they don't give them attention out of my life, they don't register on my screen.

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This thing is actually a good means to Allah subhanaw taala that's how I use it as a gift from Allah and as a stepping stone to Allah subhanaw taala that's my engagement with the world.

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That's it.

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Including your dreams, your career, your goals in life, your profession, your earning money, your spouse, your children, and everything.

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And this is how you achieve the Obadiah of Allah subhanaw taala other otherwise you're just on the journey and hopefully you will get there somewhere. You keep working towards that. That's how it's supposed to be.

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Because if something in your life is not a means to Allah, it automatically turns into a distraction. Yes, it could be a minor distraction

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and lip service about someone says you know, I take care for my family for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala but the experience in their heart is that no, these are separate things and my family is actually a distraction from Allah.

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Yeah, it might be a small distraction.

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But look at someone where they see the family is something that Allah gave them

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to test them with to entrust them with and for them to fulfill their obligations. And they do that

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they do that because they love Allah because Allah commanded them so and because they see how this brings them closer to Allah and this pleases Allah Spanish Allah and leads them to gender they do it because of that and they don't lose lose the natural love of a father of a mother of

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a brother or a sister they don't lose that it's there in the background but it's not the main thing for them

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okay so that's part of again in the lack of in a hurry Subhan Babila with charisma because potentially the patina Okay, I think we should stop here inshallah to Allah. And yeah, sorta Muslim is extremely profound and beautiful, especially that it was revealed in the early stages of the life of the prophet saw Selim, tells us so much about what happened in the life of the early life. The early mission of the Prophet SAW Selim, and what made the early Muslims so powerful, resilient and strong.

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It's these things these instructions that Allah subhanaw taala give them Giacomo Hiram for coming out today in sha Allah as we said, our Hello class is going to be every Friday after maghrib we will keep drawing earlier so after maghrib Inshallah, give it maybe 1015 minutes hopefully, and then we will start our Hello Fabien Allah Allah, Allah, Allah wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad in rider early he was had the edge million and the sisters if you can Xochimilco kindly stop making your way to the other building, whichever side. barnacle Alphacam Salam Alaikum