The Monumental Tafsir #48 Surah Al Jumuah

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in until Hollywood hacking.

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We start today with the Tafseer of Surah Al Jumuah.

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Called Imam Sadiq Rahim Allah who they are that have zero salt in Joomla we're here Madonia How do we learn how to shoot on your rajim Bismillah AR Rahman AR Rahim?

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You said behold Allah him if he somehow it will nothing will be the medical producing as easy Hakeem or you said behold Allah He while God really Emery he waiata Allahu wa Abu Jamil Nafees sama what you will learn the whole kami will Malik Allah leader whom will Quran every level we will was roughly for Jimmy OMA Mariko what added to be the output produce a more ogba Luminesce who can call the asset in on X Aziz and call Hiralal a Shia E. coli her and her chemo the healthy

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for her they also follow the mommy method through either a bad that he learned he would actually color

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so Surah Al Tamara Smilla Rockman over him. That is everything that is in the heavens and on earth glorify and glorifies Allah submits to his command shows devotion to Him, and worship worships Him because He is the most perfect the sovereign to Whom belongs the dominion of the upper and lower realms, for everything belongs to him and is under his control. The holy who is venerated and is far above all defects and shortcomings. The Almighty Who has subjugated all things most wise in his creation and command. These great attributes are among the factors that call for people to worship Allah alone with no partner or associate.

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Although we live in a shaytani R rajim, who will lead the battlefield omega and Rasulullah Minh home yet to allow him to he will use a key him or your ally Mohammed Al Kitab al Hekima we're in canon Omean COVID Lulu v abahlali mobian Hurry and I mean hominum you'll have to be him Mohammed Al Aziz al Hakim, the Lika fabuleux Allah here he may Yasha Allahu Soglin. Aleem and Mala do we mean Alladhina Lakita in the home wala Asara mean. Well, I thought, well, I thought he said I mean a lot of

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whatever the Illuminati, he I let him be athletic, but then he was at a risk. Why didn't he come in and dunya we're further along. I mean, Amity Dean and let em at that will Josie was sad that we'll ever the

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what is meant by the unlettered is those who had no book and no remnant of any message such as the Arabs and others who were not people of the

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Book, Allah Subhan Allah Allah bestowed a great blessing upon them that was greater than the blessing he bestowed upon others because they had nothing of knowledge and goodness. And they were obviously misguided worshipping trees, idols and rocks behaving like savage wild animals, with the strong devouring the weak are among them. They were extremely ignorant of the teachings of the prophets. But then Allah sent to them a Messenger from among them, whose lineage noble characteristics and honesty they knew well, and he sent down to him, he sent down to him his book, so that he recited unto them his revelations, definitive revelations which would lead to faith and

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certainty, purifying them that is urging them to acquire noble characteristics, explaining them to them and warning them against evil characteristics, and teaching them the Book and wisdom that is knowledge of the Quran and knowledge of the Sunnah, which includes all the knowledge of the earlier and later generations.

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After this teaching and purification by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they became the most knowledgeable of people. Indeed, they became leaders of the people of knowledge and religious commitment, the most perfect in manners and attitude, the best in conduct and dignity. They were themselves guided and they guided others, thus becoming leaders of the guided and the foremost among the pious, were it not for them favor that Allah bestowed upon them by sending this messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, which was the greatest blessing and the greatest beneficence, they would not have attained this honor. And he has sent him to others who have not yet joined them. That

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is, and he has blessed others who are not among them. This refers to people other than the unlettered, who would come after them and some of the people of the Book who had not yet joined them. This refers to people other than those who heard the call of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam directly, it may be that what is meant is that they had not yet joined them in the sense of catching up with them in terms of virtue, or in terms of time, whatever the case, both meanings are, sound, those among whom Allah sent His messenger. So the longer it was salam and the saw him and heard his call directly attained special special virtues that no one else could catch up with.

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This is by the might and wisdom of Allah as he has not neglected his slaves, or left them without care. Rather, he sent messengers among them with commands and prohibitions. This was by the immense Grace of Allah, which He bestowed upon him ever he will, obviously, and it is greater than the blessings of physical well being, abundant provision and other worldly blessings that He has bestowed upon them. There is nothing greater than the blessing of Islam, which is essential to triumph and eternal happiness.

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Okay, so this is the introduction to salatu. Juma and it is, as occurs at the beginning, it's Madonia. So it was revealed after the

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hedgerow hijra, after the migration to Medina, and obviously, because of the topic, it's a drama, right, it has to do with solid drama, but it also addresses some other issues. So it starts with the praise of Allah subhanaw taala His glory who sent the Holy law him if it's similar to when I fill out the medical producing as easy Rakeem.

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Again, you said

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is a statement statement of truth. So there's an independent truth and that's the attribute of Allah, that he's so boy.

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He is so boy,

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one of the attributes of Allah so Bucha produce, right and as in direct support and produce Robert Hickety. What, when do we say this da Subhankar DOS, somebody more likely to borrow?

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Yes, so do sometimes require as well. So Cebu is one of the attributes of Allah subhanaw taala. What does it mean? It means a lot is perfect in every sense. There is no deficiency there is no flaws, there is no imperfections with Allah subhanaw taala Everything about him is just beyond Perfect. Now you engaging into spear Allah doesn't need that because that's his truth. But when you embrace this truth in your life, in your mind, in your heart, acknowledge it, and

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celebrate it, engage in it in terms of recognition in terms of belief. You bless yourself for that. Allah doesn't need all praise. Allah doesn't need all praise. He's independent. He stands in No need of all praise or worship, but it's all for our own benefit.

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So that's your said, Bill. Lilla maphis am I watching everything glorifies and acknowledges the perfection of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. I'll produce again the holy, the perfect.

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These are again attributes of Allah's perfection Allah's majesty Allah's highness.

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Good news Ella season Hakeem the almighty the powerful al Hakim is the wise and he came by the way has two meanings when it's mentioned with Al Aziz al Hakim comes from hekman or HECM al hakam. hikma wisdom

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and wisdom is to put everything in its right place. Balance, appropriateness, all of that is wisdom. And how come

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okay the same route, but different short vowels, halachot different vowels, and Hekima is strength, exactness, firmness. So Allah the word the Name of Allah, Al Hakim actually has two fields of meaning. One is wisdom. And the other one is what might and power,

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firmness control over everything. So when a hurricane comes along Aziz, as he's already convinced the meaning of firmness and strength, right and might, so I'll have him here would be wisdom would refer to wisdom as he's with Hakeem.

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He's the one who sent among the unlettered A messenger from amongst themselves the unlettered again, as she from inside the explains here. These are the people who did not receive a book before. This includes the Arabs, and the non Arabs who did not receive revelation before

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in their ancestry, because we know people have this scripture, they already had some remnants, and some distorted versions of their books of the Scripture.

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And they call themselves the Jews and the Christians and yeah, who do Anessa. Right. So these were called, and their status in Islam was recognized and was acknowledged, because of the remains of the truth that are within their scripture, although there are distortions and changes.

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But there were people who did not receive whose ancestors did not receive the message. And these are the people of the fitrah. And thus, there is no connection between them and the revelation for a long time for generations.

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So there was a lot of tradition, a lot of corruption in the tradition that they were in full darkness is what Allah says, we're in Councilman Abdullah, if you have an early movie, and before that they were in sheer misguidance darkness over darkness,

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but Allah sent among them a messenger from amongst themselves, yet Lo, Allah him at this is the general admission of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and all the messages that they convey the signs, the verses, the words of Allah, to the people.

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Now, what are they supposed to achieve? What is the outcome that they are meant to achieve in the people in terms of change two things, use a key him while you are live Muhammad Kitab al hikma says Kia and

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these are not mutually exclusive. In the sense they are not separate.

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But it's good to understand the principle of Teskey and the principle of envy, you can't achieve Teskey without him without knowledge. And you can't achieve knowledge without Ischia. They're both intertwined. But Allah separates them for us just to have a clearer understanding of them. Okay, so use a key him where you only mama and Allah places to ski a first before you're a limo for education before the knowledge.

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And, again, I think we spoke previously about Ischia. But let's do it again. What is this key? The reality of this key What is it originally in the Arabic language the the root?

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That can't work? The Kiowa which is

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us a key task here. What does that signify?

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Zechariah this route, what is the again what is it? What is the the the the field of meaning or the semantic field of it? What does it signify?

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Speak up

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10 Meow. Okay, increasing something 10 Me enhancing something growing something. Yes, the meaning of Teskey Oh Zeca are the root in the Arabic language is zero that one is to increase and enhance progress,

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enhance something grow and enhance. But practically the meaning really includes something else, a precondition,

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a prerequisite because you can't achieve growth and enhancement without removing bad elements.

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Just like just like a piece of land and this is an analogy that Allah gives off into the hearts of people on the Prophet SAW Salem all also as well gives that analogy about the hearts, the hearts like a piece of land.

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And

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faith is like the growth the growth in this land. So in order for you to grow something good and something positive, you will need to do what we need the land

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First, right, you need to remove harmful plants and substances, if there is a contamination, you will need to remove it, it comes as a prerequisite for the growth to take place. This is why it is key, I started to hold these two meanings, purification, elimination of everything that is evil. And this sets the ground for the growth of good elements. That's why they translate Teskey as purification. It's not wrong, but it's incomplete. It's incomplete, then even in the Arabic language, Commonly, people use Teskey for purification.

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But we shouldn't be aware of the real meaning. Okay, the real meaning is,

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is increasing something growing something

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something good, it can only apply to something good, by the way.

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So that's what the prophet Islam achieves. How do you do this in humans, it's more like conditioning. Because if you give people have knowledge, without conditioning, without proper conditioning, without priming their hearts for knowledge properly, they will take that knowledge.

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And it will, it will be based on corruption. There is some corruption in the heart. You might say, well, what is corruption come from our upbringing, the exposure that we get an early age, in the early years of our life. So you might say, you know, by humans are supposed to start at least at the point zero, like, no evil, no good, no evil. No, the thing is, yes, you actually start with some good, which is fertilized, you have a head start in life, but most of the influence that you get in life is negative, there is some good influence, but for the most part, there's negative influence. Even good parents will influence you negatively. Why? Because they themselves need a lot of test

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gear and they, they have not achieved much of it. The environment around you and talking about our time. We don't want to start it's just there's so much around you, we would like you live in so much toxicity around

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ideologically, terms of beliefs in terms of, you know, assumptions about life and everything. So all of that corruption, if you don't remove it and you start learning Islam, you will start projecting that corruption on what you learn of Islam.

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And you will abuse it is why you will have people who have the knowledge but you know what, they don't embody it this way. For example.

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It has an advisory I am allowed to add one of the greatest of a taboo in and a very wise man. He said the little more human element Elisa where element follicle

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MLL malady 50 cent for July Allah helpy will end malaria will confer will l Minerva. He says there are two types of knowledge, knowledge of the tongue. And that's what we call cognitive knowledge, educational, you know, academic knowledge, the things that you get in university, the things that you get in school, the things you will memorize, we say today in today's language, we you know, we're in your head.

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You know what in your head, so he says, This is Allah's proof against people.

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Allah will, because if you don't live by this knowledge, it will be Allah's proof against you that you will receive the truth, but you did not comply with it.

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The second type of knowledge, he says is knowledge of the heart, and knowledge of the heart. He says this is a little magnetic, the beneficial knowledge, which is the knowledge that you absorb in your heart, it shapes you, it changes who you are,

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it defines you, it mixes with your flesh and your blood and your whole being. And it guides you. It guides your inner experience, it guides your intentions that guides your acting actions, your motivations, and your judgment and your perception and everything.

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That's the knowledge that you want. When do you get this knowledge of the heart when you have Teskey first, when you when you do the the conditioning, which is the purification and the enhancement of your you prime your heart for knowledge, you purify it and you prime it for knowledge and it takes that knowledge to heart and then embodies embodies, it embraces that knowledge and it lives by it.

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Very typical classical example, because it's growing a little outdated, but it was common in the past when there were a lot of people smoking.

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You would find actually physicians, doctors smoking, and they know that it that smoking causes cancer and it kills. Right and they would advise their patients against smoking, but they themselves were some of them were heavy smokers. So that's a doctor that knows that this is harmful, fatally harmful, but they still practice it. That's knowledge in the head but not in the heart. That's the scholars of the past. They didn't have this language of knowledge because for them the head and the heart were working together, but they would call it knowledge of the tongue. Why?

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because you know it at the surface level, you can talk about it. You can theorize, you can research you can analyze, right? But you don't live by it. You have deeper convictions that are running your programs rather than this. This is just on the surface. And we mentioned previously Hadith from the Prophet Salam Salam when he mentioned as well for my heart for the material Lumina African Alimi Listen, one of the things that I feel the most for my ummah is every hypocrite that has a knowledgeable tongue, meaning he has the knowledge, but he doesn't live by it, he doesn't abide by it.

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So that's the knowledge that is beneficial. I do live in Mr. otroligt, Allahu Allah. I'm emphasizing emphasizing this, because it's very important. Because if someone knows the knowledge, but they don't live by it, and it doesn't fix them, literally the knowledge they have doesn't fix them, and mainly fix what fix their hearts first and foremost.

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And then it would fix their actions. If it doesn't fix them.

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It harms them more. So our beloved Minister obey Allah Who and he said

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two statements from him.

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And Hashem, He said, the reality of knowledge is what?

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sense of fear of Allah in your heart, that's the reality of knowledge. But you might say, Oh, but this fear, or this state of all this sense of awe in the heart, is a state is a state of the heart. You can call it a feeling right? an interstate, we're talking about knowledge here. He says, That's what knowledge is about. If it doesn't get too hot, it doesn't count. It actually works against you. And he not it's not an alarmist. It's more of an Omaha Ron, or himolla from a tabulating as well. He said, sometimes they say this is a Hadith but it's not from the prophets of Salaam. It's me Mondo, Marlon, he said, Bukhari Engel Quran. Well, Quran will

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said how often there is someone got it. He's not talking about the verb he's talking. He says how often there is a person who masters the Quran, audit, God in the Quran, Allah Quran will and the Quran criticism.

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How come?

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The person learns the words learns the meanings recites,

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but

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their heart has not absorbed the Quran, so they don't live by it.

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They're not a living

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manifestation of the teachings of the Quran, some they're running according to a different system. So that's someone that is cursed by the Quran even when they recite it, even when they engage in it. So it's important to understand this is why there is this key, and there is the reason is a key him or your aluminum al Kitab al hikma when Karim capital of Uganda, the mobian were holding them in Homeland may have will be him Mohammed, Aziz Hakim and others that are yet to catch up with them. Who are these different interpretations? But all of them are me. I'll correct these are correct meanings.

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These are future generations. So he's talking about the believers here who followed the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. These are his companions, right? And those who would follow them, and they would believe and follow in their footsteps. These ones would receive that honor as well and that these blessings from Allah subhanaw taala. Or it could be as well other than the unlettered People of the Scripture, who would believe in Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right? They would also be included in this privilege that Allah subhanaw taala took talked about. And what this really highlights is the excellence of the state and the knowledge of the

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companions of the Allah Allah. You know, when you read, there were two very simple and you think, oh, you know, there are two very simplistic, but the reality is the companions.

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They would the best in knowledge and action.

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They had the correct understanding of Islam, the most profound understanding of Islam, all subsequent generations, you would read the writings and the words and the words are more decorated. They're more sophisticated, they seem to be more advanced.

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But they are

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lesser in quality than the knowledge and the statements

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of the companions of the Alliance.

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Why? And this is something that you will find with experts. experts in a field are not necessarily the best ones to lecture about it. They just know it as they say they know it in their gut. They know it viscerally there are things that you engage with and they you know them you call them muscle memory sometimes, or you call them

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visceral skills, skills in the gut, you know how to engage in that. It's a sense of intuition, but it's very wise it's very dark.

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Dynamic, but you don't know how to speak about it.

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But there is someone who can theorize about it, but they don't have the skill. You know more than they do you know more than they do this, how the competitively Allahu Anhu where they knew, and not only they knew they actually spoke better, and they spoke concisely. But people later on started to speak in more sophistication, beautify the words, right? And then it gives you the impression are these people know much more? No, you're not. And this is why some scholars actually wrote some books

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about the excellence of the knowledge of the companions and the early generations over all subsequent generations.

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For example, Imam Imam eligible him below him Allah to Allah, one of the greatest scholars of Islam.

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He wrote a book fug law, enemy, Salafi Allah, animal health, the excellence, the merit of the knowledge of the early generations over later generations. And he speaks undoubtedly, and you can see, he demonstrates this, there is a book I forgot it's titled by Amira Salani Rahim Allah to Allah, one of the great scholars of Yemen. He also wrote something about this, and it was so profound, and he mentioned more examples of the excellence of the knowledge of the companions of the Allahu Allah. And this is why, you know, the, as Muslims, we are supposed to follow the understanding of the companions of the Allah and then because what they saw what they witnessed is

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far greater, because we get the knowledge secondhand, all subsequent generations got the knowledge second hand, the other ones will receive the knowledge firsthand. And they saw it being practiced, lived actualized embodied by the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they saw how the Quran was revealed in response to specific situations and occasions. So they had profound knowledge, firsthand knowledge, you can't match that. What we have is some traces of this is some narrations about that. It doesn't rise to the level of witnessing firsthand This is why in any case, you will get eyewitnesses, right eye witnesses, they are the best type of witness that you want, who will give you fresh information

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about a situation I witnessed there I witness to how the how the Quran how Islam was supposed to be lived. All we get away from the Prophet saw its enemies what narrations is there isn't there a difference between seeing the Prophet SAW Salem living Islam in different situations, a peace war is hardship in private and in public, they so all of that being lived, whereas always all we receive is just is is narrations. And with narrations. A lot of information goes missing, you can't you can't possibly

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capture everything in the human experience and document it in words. You just captured a FRAC, you know a fraction of it

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and then people use their projection to complete the picture. So that's why the knowledge of the early generations is the most accurate and the most complete. And Abdullah in Mexico the second statement from Abdullah bin Masha lovely Allah, he said in Allah novel if you obey bad for what did the old man Mohamed in colonial a bad factor so very similar to the

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one a lot of you will all be able to do better than Muhammad in Wajid the Global MBA, global.

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So last wanted to add a saw that looked in the hearts of humans all of humanity, and he saw the heart of Muhammad SAW something to be the best heart. So he chose him for his message, then the hearts of the messengers. He chose them for their for his messages. Subsequently. In Allah's again in Allah's choice

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whenever I feel a little bit a bad the bad Mohamed insults towards the colobus had a pharaoh colluvial a bad father some

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13 A B E or the other home was ALLAH then Allah

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La so the the the hearts of the companions of the alarm the best of hearts of humanity. So he chose them to be the companions of His Prophet and to be his helpers and assistance in conveying the message and spreading the message

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for agri food on Pandora so know their status what a full health Whopper for and stop where they stopped

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for cut coffee do you have been you know

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that you don't need to do anything more than what they did.

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That's it they have they have they have handed you down the message incomplete, like incomplete form. So you don't need to bring anything new you don't need to change anything. They conveyed it to you in its pristine full nature. Okay.

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So

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that you can afford Lulu your team and your sha Allah for the for the login that will load on him. This is Allah's special blessing and privilege that he gave it to the

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These people and Allah knows where to put his blessings Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah. Allah knows where to put his message. Allah knows where to put his guidance, you might ask, and we know in Islam, it's Allah who guides into law, his guides, and this does not cancel human choice. But Allah knows where to put guidance where it truly belongs. And Allah knows where to pull guidance and allow misguidance to take place.

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Allah puts everything in its great places and hacking.

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So that's what we know no one no one is going to be no good person is going to be misguided, period.

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Having mentioned his blessings, to his among among whom He sent to unlettered prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and what he singled them out for a virtues which no one could catch up with, for they are the four they are the unlettered nation who surpass the First and the Last. Even the people of the Book who claim to be the devoted scholars and foremost acknowledge, Allah now tells us that those to whom he gave the Torah, namely the Jews, and also the Christians and instructed them to learn it and act upon it, but they failed to uphold it or implement what they were given, possess, possesses and over to, their likeness is that of a donkey that is laden with weighty with tomes of

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knowledge, can the donkey benefit from the books on its back? Can it attain any virtue because of that? Or is it share simply that it carries them? Or is it it's shared that simply that it carries them this is the likeness of the Jewish scholars who do not act upon what is in the Torah. Among the most important and significant of which is the command to follow Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the foretelling of His coming and command to believe

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In what he would bring of the Quran has the one who is like that gained anything from the Torah except loss and the establishment of proof against him. This is the likeness that is, that is applicable to them. How wretched is the likeness of people who reject the revelations of Allah, which points to the truthfulness of our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the truth of what he brought, and Allah does not guide people who are given to wrongdoing. That is He does not guide them to that which is in their best interests, so long as they stubbornly persist in their wrongdoing. One aspect of the stubborn, stubborn wrongdoing of the Jews is that they are aware that

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they are following falsehood, yet they claim that they are following the truth and that they are Allah's chosen to the exclusion of all other people. Hence, Allah commanded His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to say to them, if you are telling the truth in your claim that you are following the right path and you are Allah's chosen, then wish for death. This is something very easy for if they believed that they were following the right path. They would not hesitate to meet this challenge that Allah cause to be proof of their truthfulness, if they did wish for death and proof of their falseness if they did not wish for it. As they do not as they did not do that, when the

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challenge was presented to them, it is proven that they are aware of their falseness and corruption of what they are following. Hence, Allah says, but they will never wish for it because of what their hands have a lot of sins and acts of disobedience because of what because of which they fear death.

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And Allah knows, well, the wrongdoers, so nothing of their wrongdoing can be hidden from him, even though they do not wish for death because of what their hands have wrought, and they flee from it, that will not save them. Rather, they will inevitably face death, which Allah has made inescapable for his slaves, and has decreed for them, then after death, they will all be brought back on the day of resurrection to the Knower of the unseen and the scene. And he will inform them of what they did of good and evil, small and great.

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Okay, so this section of the surah is actually very, very important and has practical implications. Allah subhanaw taala is giving the example. And Allah gives the example of a specific group of people. And he's talking about, again, the Jewish tribes, that the Arabs in Medina, observed on a daily basis, so they saw them so Allah give them an example from their environment from their life. And this example is not exclusive to them.

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It actually includes everyone who does this behavior, who displays this behavior, which is,

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again, we spoke about the two types of knowledge right knowledge, we said, of the past that would say knowledge of the tongue, what you know, academically, what you know, intellectually, right, but you don't live by it, you don't abide by it, it doesn't. It does not shape your worldview.

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It does not

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form the foundations and

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the very premise of how you process everything in this life.

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Right, you just have it on the surface, you know, this knowledge, and that you don't live by it, but you live by something that you hold more dearly. culture,

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tradition, personal habits, personal experience, etc.

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So you have this knowledge at the surface level, so you're just carrying it. And the example that Allah gives about this is just like a riding animal, a donkey.

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And the donkey is like the

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word.

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The truck looks like a truck today, right? You just load stuff on it. Like the trucks today, you load stuff for transportation. So what are they? What did they use most of the what they used were donkeys specifically for something like this to carry stuff.

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So someone is carrying their books

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on the back of the donkey? Does this give any privilege or anything special

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to this donkey?

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That just carrying the knowledge, the donkey is carrying the knowledge on its back does it benefit because the value of knowledge is what is in the benefit that it yields. It's in the fruit. So obviously, there's nothing special about the donkey. It's carrying a weight, it's merely carrying weight. That's all.

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It's loaded with weight. That's it. So there are people who know the knowledge, knowledge of Revelation, the truth, but they are just carrying it and they're not embodying it. They're not abiding by it. They're not living by it. So Allah says this example of these people who know something, but live in contradiction to it.

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These people are just like the donkey. There's no virtue for a donkey that carries a box of knowledge, but doesn't benefit from them.

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So that's the similitude. And this applies to all religions. Yes. What is mentioned here is the Jewish tribes of Medina. But it also includes

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anyone who received the truth and they did. They don't live by it. They know the truth. They don't live by it.

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Whether they are Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, Muslim, whatever. And this is a dangerous thing.

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It's a very dangerous thing, because it's a form of hypocrisy. You know the truth, but you don't live by it. You don't embrace it in your heart, because you actually live, the truths that you have that shaped your life are the ones that you hold dearly. So when you will know the truth, but you don't live by it. This shows that you don't hold it dearly. And the Muslim scholars have actually dealt with this have dealt with this extensively. Why? Because there appeared at some point in Islamic history group of people called an emoji or

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a group of people called the emoji the main so they had a lot of deviations, but their main problem their main point was the nature of a man. What is email?

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What is email? For them, Eman was what was what a test the acknowledgement.

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I acknowledge Allah is One.

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But whether I live by that, by this truth or not,

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is is not important.

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I acknowledge that there is paradise and there is hellfire. I acknowledge that there is prayer of five obligatory prayers, but I don't pray them. I'm a believer, for them.

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I recognize, for example, I know that.

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Worshiping others besides Allah is preferred, but I do it. For them, this is still a believer, does the acknowledgement you acknowledge something that's true for them? That's Amen. As long as you don't deny it.

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For them, this is a man. So according to their definition, of Eman, Iblees himself, Satan himself is a believer,

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because he doesn't deny any of the any of the truths. He just lives against them, in opposition to them. So the Muslim scholars obviously clarify this, this is a misunderstanding of what Iman really means.

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So Allison,

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they said that a man or woman or a man,

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speech, and action, what does that mean? It means Iman, is speech, of the heart, and speech of the tongue,

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and actions of the hearts and actions of the tongue. Just just to show you how early Muslims and we speak in about the later generation or the later, the later part of the companions. And then it's a bit in the students, that there were people of profound knowledge, and a very, very shrewd understanding of even the most

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detailed nuances.

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So they said, A man or a woman or a man now when we understand it today, we relate to this sentence, we understand it from a modern perspective, and we go wrong. In the amount of golden Eman is speech and action people think, okay, it's what you say, and what you do.

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But that's that wasn't their understanding. When they said, Oh, we don't what I'm told is the speech of the heart,

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and the action and the speech of the tongue,

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and the actions of the heart, and the actions of the limbs. So they had a very profound understanding of human nature and human behavior, and about its anatomy, the anatomy of human behavior and the human experience. And based on that they devised this reputation.

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And this very clear classification. Now let's talk to our more than selves. We know speech of the tongue, and actions of the limbs, right?

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But what about speech of the heart and actions of the heart? What are these speech of the heart? Let's start with speech of the heart. What is speech of the heart?

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Does the heart speak?

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Who says yes? What is the speech of the heart?

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Forgiveness?

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Short answer no. What is the speech of the heart

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when you believe in it,

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That's like saying everything. And then whatever, like, pick the piece that you like, give me one thing. What is the speech of the heart? We know the speech of the tongue, what's the speech of the heart?

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The truth that changes, excellent the truth that you truly embrace. That's the speech of the heart.

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So when you believe in your heart, you know, for sure, and you are at peace with this truth. Right? You're at peace with this truth and you embrace this truth. And it has this presence in your life, in your experience, that Allah is One, Allah is the Creator, that is the speech of your heart.

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It's what the heart accepts is truth and embraces it and it shapes the heart. That's the speech of the heart.

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What is the actions of the heart?

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Getting something

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heating, okay. So heating is an example.

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Mo, we call them emotions, with all the problems that we have with the word emotions, right? But it's okay.

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It's more than emotions.

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It's emotions are what we call emotions as part of it. But again, these are more exam. So this is an example. This is a category of examples. We want the very action of the heart, sisters.

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Okay.

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Put your hands up, so I can really see them clearly.

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Brother here, taking action.

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You're very close taking action, by the truth based on the truth that you embrace, right? There is a missing link. So you actually made the leap. So there is a missing link in the middle. That's, that's exactly what the actions of the heart are. And then it branches out into what you call emotions, or what you call hate to whatever states of the heart, if you like, states of the heart is more accurate than emotions. Okay.

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What is the Yep. So when you perform an action, and your heart is fully convicted, that's

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pretty much similar to this, there is a missing link. So yes, this speech of the heart is embracing a truth so that your heart embraces it accepts it, and is at peace with it. Okay, it's let's say it's carved in your heart as the truth. That's the speech of the heart. Okay, what is the next step, which is actually where we're saying the actions actions are dynamic. So there is more energy in it, than just accept it as accepting the truth as the truth, let's say is carved or imprinted on your heart. That's the speech of the heart. What is the actions of the heart?

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The accuracy of your data?

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Again, it's correct, but it doesn't tell us what is the actions and how good good

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any one else? Yes, me.

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oriented and aligned. So that I can read oriented? Getting closer. Okay, we're getting closer. Okay, last chance, then we'll go for it. Manifestation.

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What is the manifestation of the truth? Okay. Your heart embraces the truth. That's the speech of the heart.

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It's the Aqeedah. Right, Akita so we call our data. Okay, that's not the fights and the polemics and the only discussions that you have a leader is what really takes root in your heart in terms of the truth. That's the speech of your heart. What that gives rise to is the actions of the heart and that's intentions.

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intentions, which we call today in today's language, psychology, motivation,

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Will.

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And based on that you start to experience things in your heart that you call emotions.

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Okay, so the actions of the heart are what intentions we call them motivation, we call them will we call them desire? Energy, there's energy in it, right? So truth. And by the way, there is a similar model in psychology. They say cognition, leads to motivation, motivation leads to action, that's the sequence of human behavior. But actually, you know, that's not a new thing, that actually, early generations of Islam understood that even more profoundly. So they're recognized in cognition, which you truly embrace in your heart and what you know, they say in your tongue, which we say to the you know, what in your heart, in your in your in your head, not in your heart. Okay, so.

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So these people who carry the knowledge in their back just like the donkeys regardless of what religion they ascribe to, it applies to all of those who meet that descrip

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When they know the truth, but they don't follow it, they don't abide by it. They don't they don't live by it.

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So,

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so the knowledge doesn't get to their hearts. So that how does their heart doesn't speak the truth

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and embraces another truth. And thus it gives rise to intentions, the heart wants you there is knowledge in it, there is a speech in it, okay? It gives rise to intentions to action to desire to motivation.

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And these are what we call intentions in Islam. So if it's falsehood, it gives rise to

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evil intentions. If there is truth in the heart, it gives rise to what good intentions, this is how intention works. This is how intention works. So intention, good intention is actually a natural consequence of having the correct idea embraced in your heart, not at the surface level.

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Okay, so. So this is why there's no virtue in someone holding the knowledge but not living by it.

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Now, this is actually this is a disgrace in Islam.

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Someone if someone doesn't know it's better for them

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than someone who knows but doesn't live by it.

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It's better if they're better off

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because we mentioned our code or sorry,

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my diploma Ron mentioned that how often someone knows the Quran and the Quran, someone masters the Quran, the Quran word, curses them

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Quran curses, and one of the first people to be thrown in the Hellfire are the who? The ones. One of them is for you to be Yeoman piano T for you ask me for alone. Yeah, my own fireball mafia Altia FEMA and I'm to ALEC, your call Yara be collateral Khurana fika Welcome to for your hook, adapt belcarra Chaly.

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Clean, who will not? Allah subhanaw taala would stand this person and ask them what did you do with what I gave you? And he would say Oh Allah, I read the Quran for your sake. I mustered the Quran I learned the Quran for your sake. Then I taught it. And Allah says you're a liar. You did that. So people call you audit. Half of

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people say you're a scholar. You're a person of knowledge.

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That's why you did it.

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That's why you did it.

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And it was said, you were called Half of you were called kata you were called a scholar you would call the annum you would call you were called Alam. Right.

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Take him to the hellfire.

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He's taken to the Hellfire that's serious. This is the this is the the final destiny of people who carry the truth but don't live by it.

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Why would someone learn Islam or learn the truth? Learn the Quran and not do it for the sake of Allah.

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We said intention comes from what intention is the actions of the heart, the actions of your heart come from the speech of your heart, which is the truth that your heart embraces? Why did these people come up with this intention to please people

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to get the attention of people to get the praise of people? Why?

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Because there is corruption in the heart in terms of the Athena in their Arcada. The opinion of people and the admiration of people is more important than the acceptance of Allah. That's why they gave it precedence. This is how evil intention actually points out to corruption in the heart in your heart, either in what's in the truth that's in your heart.

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So it's not a like a, it's not an insignificant issue or eye pill. And this is how people think about intention, like, oh, I don't have the right intention, but I'm doing good. No, no, if you do if you if your intention is fully corrupted, you don't, it's not like you don't get a reward, but you get punished.

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But most people, their intention is not fully corrupted. It's a mix of corruption and some good stuff.

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So it depends where you are. But that's a great danger. And this is why intention is not as we mentioned many times, it's not like you just say okay, I'm just going to pray Salah to Asia for Raka for Allah subhanaw taala.

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That's thought that's not intention. That's thinking.

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It's not intention.

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Intention is the actions of the heart. And where does it come from? It comes from the truth that you embrace. That's very important to understand. This is the ABC of faith. But you know, what, we love the sophistication we love to talk about the details and this and that. So we can talk about it and we can have discussions and, and right. But the things that truly benefit us we don't learn them.

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That's the ABC.

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That's what you start with when it comes to email. But we don't get taught this stuff why

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because it's not popular, it's not flashy.

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It requires self reflection, introspection, it requires you to hold yourself accountable. And it's very tough. It's not easy.

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Okay, so

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yeah, so Allah says anyone who carries this knowledge but doesn't live by it. Again, they're just like the donkey that carries, you know, books of knowledge. They're not benefiting from it. It's just weighed over them. And eventually, they are not praiseworthy or blameworthy, and they will be punished because of that. Then Allah subhanaw taala says, If you want to know if they truly the knowledge that they carry is not only on their backs, but it's actually in their hearts, put them to the ultimate challenge, if you truly upon the truth, wish death for yourself.

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I mean, this is not allowed for us. But in special occasions when the prophets challenged their people, or people who claim to be upon the truth, there was this kind of mubadala, this kind of ultimate challenge. Like if you're upon the truth, die, you want, you won't mind because you go into Jannah, you have nothing to lose.

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But people who know that they are upon falsehood.

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You know, they are petrified of death.

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They are scared of death.

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They're scared of death, either because they know what awaits them after death, or they don't believe in the hereafter. So for them, their focus, the heart is full of this life. The speech of the heart is what about this life and enjoying this life maximizing maximizing the enjoyment enjoyment of this life, they they can't get enough, they are the greedy, hungry, insatiable kind of people who never get enough.

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So the when death is mentioned to them, they are petrified. And there are people I know, you know, I'm not sure if you come across but the other day, a brother mentioned to me that he worked in the past for someone who's from another religion, I don't want to mention that religion.

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So, I don't know there was some something that we're trying to get, like a product that we're trying to get, and they were not able to get it. And this the employee, the Muslim, he said to his boss, he said, what's going to happen or you're going to die? And he says, Pick it back, take it back. And he really like he was scared. He said, Take it back. Don't mention this. Don't mention death to me. He said, I was shocked, like, what's wrong with that? Like I just said, Are you going to die? He said, Don't say it again. So he was scared. So there are actually these people who who don't worship Allah subhanaw taala they are scared of death.

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They are scared to the core of death. So again, Allah says put them to the challenge. If there are they truly believe they're upon the truth. And this challenge would be by the way on both sides and MOBA. Hala is if you are upon the truth, who is whoever is upon falsehood, let him let Allah take his soul now that's the MOBA. So if you were upon the truth, you would do it.

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But again, they would not they know, they know deep down, it's more of a facade, right?

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Okay. Then Allah says, you know, the deaths that you're running away from that you're trying to avoid is actually he's gonna catch you. Sooner or later you're gonna die. So you better just be prepared for it, you better be on the truth.

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But again, this is what is called a test we FiOS may later Later I'll fix things later you know fix my ways later.

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jurati What's your what I knew that Kira Hobbema and Allah him that highlights warmer remote woman

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or my remote Syrian the Allahu Allah Our automative co founder to Juma will Hamdulillah he within a

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year Allah subhanaw taala commands and slaves to attend you or attend Juma prayer and to hasten to the prayer as soon as the call is given proceeding at once to the prayer. What is meant by proceeding at once here is to haste into the prayer and pay attention to it for it is the most important activity of the day. It does not mean running to join the prayer because running when joining when going to pray as disallowed. And leave off your trading that is cease trading once the call to prayer is given and go to pray that is better for you than focusing on trade and missing the obligatory prayer which is one of the most important obligations. If only you knew that, what is

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that what is with Allah is better and more lasting. And that whoever gives precedence to this world over religion has truly lost one he thinks he is winning. This command to see his trading is temporary for the duration of the prayer. Then when the prayer is ended, disperse through the land to seek your livelihood and engage in trade. Because focusing on trade is likely to make one forget to remember Allah. Allah instructs his slaves to remember him a great deal as he says, and remember Allah much that is when standing, sitting and lying on your sides

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so that you may prosper because remembering Allah much is one of the greatest means of attaining prosperity. When they see some merchandise or distraction, they rush towards it. That is they leave the mosque out of eagerness to see that distraction or that merchandise. They leave what is good and leave you standing there addressing the people. This refers to an incident that occurred one Friday when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was addressing the people. Trade caravan came to Medina and when the people heard of it whilst they were in the mosque, they went out of the mosque and left the prophets of Allah where it was salam, addressing the people, and Hastin towards that to which

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they should not have hastened, forgetting their manners. Say that which is with Allah of reward for the one who adheres to goodness and His patient and worshiping his lord is better than any distraction or merchandise. Although there is some benefit in trade, it is little and tainted, and it will be the cause of missing out on goodness in the hereafter. Whereas patients in obeying Allah and continuing one's act of worship does not cause one to miss out on provision for Allah as the best of providers. So whoever fears Allah, He will grant him provision from where he does not expect. From this passage, we learn many things including the following Jamara prayer is obligatory

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for all believers and they must proceed to it at once Hastin towards it and give priority to it. The two hot buzz on Friday are obligatory and must be attended because what is meant by remembrance or reminder here is the two hot buzz. Allah has enjoined us to go to the remembrance of Allah and Hastin. To do so. It is prescribed and enjoined to give the call to prayer for Jamar it is prohibited to buy and sell after the call to Juma prayer. That is only because these actions cause one to miss out on the obligatory duty and distract one from it. This indicates that any matter even if it is permissible in principle, if it results in missing something or Luka Tory, then it is not

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permissible in that case. It is enjoined to attend the two hot buzz on Friday.

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And the one who does not attend them is blameworthy. what that implies is that one should listen attentively to both of them. The individual should focus on work focus on worshiping Allah at a time when he is inclined to turn to distractions and trade and respond to his desires, he should remind himself of that which is with Allah of reward for the one who gives precedence to pleasing Allah over his own whims and desires.

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Okay, so this is a fifth year ruling that after the dawn for Joomla, and again,

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some places there are two events the second

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the second,

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okay, which is after the Imam climbs the pulpit.

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After the Sudan, any business any transaction is halal,

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and is fast be unfettered, like it doesn't count.

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It doesn't count in Islam.

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And it's impermissible.

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Sometimes people don't realize this. Sometimes you will find even in the masjid like the kids are buying stuff like in the

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in the shop, sometimes some misters have shop inside, right? So kids are buying stuff. That's how long after the after the advent of Joomla

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until the end of Salon, so be careful. So not to Joomla the dawn when the man gets on Remember, no trade, no transactions,

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no not transactions. And the reason is, is because that's so often Juma is the most important Salah in the week, and it's not something to be missed. And the incident happened at the time of the Prophet SAW Selim at a time of famine, extreme hunger,

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dire, dire conditions in Medina, the Muslims for months were struggling even to find food to eat.

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And one day during the hotbar, a caravan that is full of goods arrives in Medina by the hair bin Khalifa Kelby, and

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someone calls out so people leave 12 of the companions remain with the Prophet Solomon hotbar. And the messenger Sallam told them

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had you left all of you like completely

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the Allah would have taken you, Allah would have destroyed let's Allah be common word, Allah would have sent a flood on you to destroy you.

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So again, this was a time of extreme difficulty. So that's what happened. So then Allah revealed these verses about the importance of observing Sumatra Joomla. And what does this mean? People who don't observe the Joomla for their work, take that seriously. That's not a joke.

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That's not a joke. Say oh, my, my work my whatever, you know, make sure you plan whenever you take a job. It's actually your Joomla is secured.

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Your domain secured. Now when it's very extreme conditions, you might be given an again an excuse for a couple of times, three times but if it becomes your, the norm for you, you are in such a great danger and the prophets of salaam said manufacture truth Allah through Juma Hashem Allahu Allah Coleby hee hee who misses three Juma that Allah would seal his heart

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and drum has an obligation on the males, not the females, okay, on the males who reach have reached puberty

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Okay, so pretty much I think that's it with surah. Al Juma and in sha Allah we are hoping that we will be able to complete this juicer just with terminal he wonders what Semia 28th of the Quran before Ramadan insha Allah to Allah. So we might, you know, speed up a little bit during the session is just like today so bear with us in sha Allah, it would be better to stop at that mark you know, at the at the beginning of the Jews, so inshallah by this we have, we would be we would have we would cover three Jews and then after Ramadan inshallah we can continue with the letter Allah which is number 27. We have Nila Isla, we can take a couple of questions, quick questions that are related

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to whatever discussions we had today. Yes.

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Yeah,

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no

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okay. LMR is MoodGYM in the Arabic so this is we're talking about self now, okay. l Hema is MoodGYM.

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Which is basically

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if you can try I don't know the technical translation for that, and linguistics but it would be LMR means

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donkeys

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like donkeys. It talks about the type and Noah is what it's called is smooth Gemma is MoodGYM. Okay, like when you say

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can methylene Hema, the, again, it doesn't talk about a specific one. But it talks about the type of animal the species. Okay. And NOAA species. Yeah. Okay sisters.

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Okay.

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What's the connection

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the connection between the beginning of the surah and the second one and the final. I would say like I can just improvise. So I'm sure there is something more than that. But again, glorifying the last panel Jana. And knowing Allah's true worth and what he truly deserves and his rights upon us would definitely reflect on how we take his command seriously when it comes to selecting Juma and not give preference to matters of this life. Knowing that Allah is going to provide a lot created he's going to provide

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the best model because Allah Allah, Allah azza wa jal of adda Olivia halogen Mala Allah create and he provides so know that provision is in the hands of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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I've been at the geek center

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okay sisters again

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yes, go ahead. Now

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your actions are motivated by

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good question.

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So someone says how do I do things for Allah by motivate my motivation is actually to make it to dinner not to the Hellfire And subhanAllah eternal flame addresses this many times but I'll try to summarize what he says. What is Jana?

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What is engine?

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What is different about

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Jenna has been with Allah. The others are details.

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So Allah is saying you close to me, you're with me. And these are the treats that I will give you.

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Why? Because some people actually oppose the verse and sorts

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and sort of edit and run on what Allah says Minko may you read the dunya women commit you're even

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talking about the Muslims at the end of the battle of jihad who actually retreated. So Allah says some of you want the dunya what the hypocrites and some of you want the actual

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so there is a mystic, okay. Righteous worshiper but again he has problems in his understanding of Islam. He says what a nama you read Allah, but whereas those who want Allah like someone they don't yell at someone, the Accra where are those who want Allah like not the dunya or not the ASHA or not Jana, but what Allah

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so MLK me says What a stupid stupid what type of stupidity is this? He says what is Jana? Jana is about Allah is about being with Allah. The rest is Allah St. So the reality of Jana is actually being in the Mercy of Allah. Fie Makaha sukrin en de Malik in McDonald's crab Jana has a position as a place as a seat of truthfulness with Allah subhanaw taala the rest is what Allah offers

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Yeah, so that's what Jenna is and this is why we have we need to have a good understand the right understanding of Jana. People think oh, I just want I just want the fruits or I want the drinks that are there or I want the whole alien, right. So

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but you know what the highest thing in general has been good Allah.

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This is why algen You will have more on a test via chemical I'm gonna nervous as you breathe naturally, effortlessly. Right? Intuitively, people have generally doing this be why they can't get enough of this beautiful connection with Allah.

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That's the most beautiful thing in you. And that's what didn't that is actually about. The rest is details. Yeah. Why?

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One quick question. Let me give a chance to the sisters again. Any questions? Okay, perfect.

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I want to give a chance to the unique ones that we had they haven't asked the question or answered before, who has a question? Go ahead.

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Jen has all prayers to spear the spear.

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But you mean like technical prayers? We don't know. We haven't been told about specific prayers. But like, we are doing prayers because we are in a dimension where we are.

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How can I say

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we're not in direct contact with the last one, except through our hearts. We are here in a prison. So

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That's the prayer helps us transcend this prison now in Jana

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you're in the company of Allah all the time.

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So what you're doing is not

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you don't have to do these formalities you just basically praising Allah all the time. Out of love you are in a state of constant love and connection. Right? And that elation and that comes with love of Allah so you can't get enough of the beauty of Allah. You always want to praise Him. So that's what the state of the people have done that will be Yeah, okay. That's exactly Helen and see inshallah next Friday evening. So lots of material