The Monumental Tafsir As Saa’idi #2

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So we read last Saturday, the Tafseer of the mammoth Saturday, on solar, to the classes, commentary, and starting to freestyle on the solar,

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solar teleclasses about the purpose of your life.

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It really defines the purpose of your life. This is what the solar is above, it tells you

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this is why you are here on this earth.

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You want to figure out what your life is about. You want to know what to do with your life. You want to, you know, figure out the meaning of your life, why you were born, why you suffer? Why you experienced joy? Why eventually you're going to die. Here is why

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because of one,

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because of the one, Allah subhanaw taala. You were created for him. Allah created you for Himself. He created you for Himself. He's telling you, I am your purpose.

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I am why you here, I put you here. And this is what your life is about. So if you are busy achieving your personal glory, making your own unique contribution, creating your personal legacy,

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or achieving the biggest amount of success, reputation, accolades, acknowledgement, recognition, and all of that stuff, then you actually go on the wrong purpose. That's not what why you're here. You're here for me. That's what Allah is saying. And you need to know me because you already know me. But you have grown heedless of that intuitive knowledge.

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You have gone heedless of it. So here is a reminder, here is a key from outside a reminder, an activator. So you have that sort of software. And he is here is the activation key. Engage with it, read it with contemplation, not just read, contemplate, engage deeply. We said last week, reading the Quran is an engagement as an instance of full engagement. So Allah is saying, here is your purpose. This is what your life is about. Bulu Allahu Ahad.

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He's one as he is one.

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Then he has to be the number one in your life, he has to be the only thing you care about.

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Everything in your everything else in your life that is good comes from Allah. branches out from the Oneness of Allah, love of your parents. Is that an intrinsic entity? Is this something? That is what just an independent fact of life? No, Allah put it in you? Why did he put it in you? Allah put it in you so that you arrange it in a way that it branches out from your love of Allah, somebody says, You know what, if I love my parents more than I love Allah, that's the wrong way to look at it. Because your love of your parents, your love of your children, your love of your siblings, your love of anyone else is supposed to be supposed to reconfigure these things in your life. It is supposed to

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branch out from your love of Allah, everything in your life has to be in alignment. Because if you don't achieve that alignment, which is more of a hierarchy, you have the most important thing, the head of the pyramid. That's where Allah is in your life. Everything in your life should feed into your love of Allah, ideally speaking, and that's the struggle of every believer to figure out how this is.

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So that you can sort out any conflict.

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You can arrange your priorities, you can give them true value so that you calculate what you should do in a specific situation. That's why demand guides you. That's why a man makes life clear. Makes your priorities clear your values are clear. The basis on what you choose on which you choose is clear. Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah says is saying, Hulu, Allahu Ahad, says Allah one, the one, the only one,

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Allah has solid, everything depends on him. Everyone depends on him. Not only like you depend, depend on him for your livelihood. You depend on him for your existence, he brought you into existence. It's not like you existed. And now all of a sudden you have to, like depend on Allah know your existence depended on Allah, it came from Allah in the first place.

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Because many people are under this impression like they sort of figure out their life in the middle of the narrative. Like they just wake up as if Allah has imposed himself on your life, your life,

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your life, that's not the starting point. Where did you get what is this? What does this life come from? Where does it originate from?

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Already originates from Allah so it's not your life. It's Allah's life. He gave it to you. Meaning life here is the creation of Allah. He gave it to you

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So the fact that it's yours it's not actually it's not in reality use metaphorically, it's yours because you are entrusted with it, to use it for a purpose.

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It's just like you work for

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you work for a corporation.

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You have your desk, right?

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And you ask for the mail, some mail came, some mail for you came.

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And you asked, where's the mail? They say it's on your desk? Is that your radio desk? Can you just pick it up and take it back home? You can't, it's belongs to the corporation, right? But why do they say it's your desk, which is given to you so that you can use it? Same thing with your life? There's nothing you don't have an independent existence, even to say my and mine. You can't. But we say that metaphorically.

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It's more of an allowance.

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But the reality is everything is for Allah. Allah has Summit. That's what Allah has summit means. That's what Allah has summit means. So when you say Allah has Summit, you're gonna see that this whole existence all of it.

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Every human being depends on Allah relies on Allah, Every Breath You Take

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is a gift from Allah is a unique gift from Allah. It's not automatic. It looks automatic to you from where you are. But it's a gift, and it was written. And the reason that you can take a deep breath in and out is because it was written because if it was not written, you will not be able to breathe. That's how even your breath depends on Allah, your heart beats every I think the sisters need more chairs.

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So someone can arrange that.

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So your heart would not beat had it not been written. The reason it beats is because it was written because if there's no writing, there's no beat. So that's why it's dependent on Allah Allahu Samad. Let me le dwell amulet. Again, his existence is different than your existence, why keys he always existed and he will always exist, there's no beginning, there's no end, who will who will

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allow him he is the first and he's the last. He's the first without a beginning. The last without an end.

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Your existence has a beginning has an end, you live with it. Between two brackets. There's no brackets, when it comes to Allah subhanaw taala. So we need to understand who we dealing with, when we recite these words, who we dealing with as we take this business of life seriously. You're dealing with Allah, you deal with something that is beyond phenomenal. You know, imagine how humans think about aliens. It's like something outside of this world, something superb, something unique, you wouldn't be very excited, you would really take heed, you'd pay so much attention, you try to understand what that is, you would be marveled at the difference, right? Are we talking about what

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some imaginary creatures may be some real creatures, but they're just creatures, they have a beginning to have an end they live between two brackets. Their existence is dependent on Allah.

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But when you deal with Allah, as we said, it's a different category altogether. You're dealing with Allah subhanaw taala. There, there is no end there is his ultimate in every sense. He's perfect and complete. In every sense. There is no limitation, there is no end, there's no weakness. There's no lack.

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And once you understand this limit lessness

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you know, you become intrigued because your heart is built to pursue pursue what what's perfect. You know, we love to be we love to associate ourselves with him with the most resourceful people imagine

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you're able to tap into something into a resourceful source of something. Wealth, finances, power, you feel so full, like if you get to know the Prime Minister, you feel so full, if you have a connection in the government, you feel so full and so empowered, right? Because we humans, seek that kind of perfection, that kind of completeness, that kind of more. Now, when it comes to the humans or the creatures, we can talk about more and more and less, but with Allah subhanaw taala, there's more, there's no more and less there is just the infinite thing, the perfect thing.

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So being associated with Allah subhanaw taala being connected to Allah subhanaw taala is really the ultimate goal your heart is created for it, the mechanism is built in it. You see, you know, when you seek more resourceful people, you seek famous people, you seek celebrities, you seek powerful people, you are employing the mechanism that is put that's built within you to seek ALLAH in the first place, but you're putting it in

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the wrong place.

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You seek that perfection even within yourself, you seek to internalize it, you see it, you seek to develop it within yourself. That's, that's a function of the, the mechanism that's built in your heart that you seek ALLAH subhanaw taala, you seek the infinite, you're not meant to seek something that is finite, something that dies, something that ends something that has a limit. You're not designed for that. So that's why you might get excited about something. But the moment you are familiar with it, it loses the excitement, right? It's gone.

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You want the next thing, the next big thing, right and so on and so forth. Why? Because everything is finite, is limited, but Allah

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let me tell you that the infinite, there is no end for that. There is no end for the power of Allah, the mind of Allah, the wisdom of Allah, the knowledge of Allah.

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What Allah has what Allah can do, there's no limit to that.

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And we have this infatuation with this infinity, we love that. But the problem is we have a lot of fake or false promise of infinity.

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That's why humans either idolize,

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you know, maybe leaders, celebrities, certain individuals.

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And they say, you know, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Oftentimes, it's projection.

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Why? Because we start to, you know, project some kind of divinity on people we admire. And that's wrong. That's only meant for Allah subhanaw taala. You need to see people and the creation for who they really are limited.

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They have limits to everything. With everything that they have. Let me get it with me.

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While I'm on the hook of one time,

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there's no one close to him. There's no rival there's no comparison. There's no so even when we affirm Allah's names and attributes, he's a semi. He's obviously, right. When we affirm that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada, I'd like him and then I'll show you still what we think. What, what a miracle number will go for when there is no one who's like him. There's no one who was close to them. So when we attribute these things to Allah because they are in the Quran and the authentic Sunnah of the prophets of Allah when he was similar, there's no likening between Allah and His creation. So that's your purpose. That's what you why you live for. This should help you create a worldview by

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them, by the way, a map for your life. What do you do with your life, if what you're doing

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the mundane thing is your parenting.

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As your work as your social obligations. Or as you know, the most exciting aspects of your life, the fun aspect in your life, the the achievement side of your personality, you know, the goals you want to achieve the the great things you want to do in life.

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If these are not aligned after the love of Allah subhanaw taala, you create dissonance in your system.

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Friction

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and that's a big doorway for negative emotions and suffering and pain, existential pain, because you are designed, imagine, Allah designed your eye for what to see. So the eye is designed is created in a way to serve that purpose.

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Right.

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Designed follows function.

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Your heart, your totality is designed to do what? Worship Allah meaning love Allah obey Him, humble yourself before Him fully. And this is how you should live your life that's why you created for so do you think Allah created the AI to do the purpose for which it was created, but he did not create your design you in a way for you to fulfill that purpose.

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You naturally the natural way of humanity is to worship Allah. That's the most natural thing.

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That's the most natural thing. But again, we live in a time of delusion sanowara 200 as the prophets of salaam years of deception, where it seems like if you want to do the natural thing, it's the most difficult thing because you have to get out of your way. You have to be different than everyone else. But that's because we have swallowed so much programming so much conditioning from society that has created so much what

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conflict, dissonance within us. We have to iron that out. And the way to iron that out is to get to the Quran. Allah gave you the tool. Allah knows his creation. Allah knows what the creation are going to do. Allah knew that you were going to face these type of challenges. Allah knew all of that.

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Allah knew about everything. Everything in your life, every small detail whether you know it, or you don't know it ahead, that falls off your head.

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Allah knows about it individually. He

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always knew about it individual. So there's nothing random in your life.

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So that's what sort of a class is for is it this way, it's called what class? What is the class, purity,

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purity, class colors are in the Arabic language, the root CA la Sua. Kalasa means what? To remove all impurities purification. That's why we use it for intention, meaning you purify your intention from all other in our competing goals, that Allah is your goal, your sole goal, that's it,

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that the purpose you're doing something is to please Allah, that's it, nothing else, because other competing, encroaching kind of, you know, benefits here and there on the side are going to slowly creep in. So that they can take root and a wind more ground, and eventually, maybe devour your whole intention system.

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So Lawsonia purification, of your intention, means what? That you save God, your intention that you allow no impurity to get to it. So you live your life for Allah, you existence remains for Allah, not for anything else, not for wealth, not for money, not for personal success, not for pleasing anyone, not for achieving any title.

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Not for anything, just for Allah. And you say, how do I make a living? How do I you know, you mean, I live without goals? Ultimately, people think you know, so let me just sit back and do nothing with my life.

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That's not what it's all I says. That's because you're living on a, on a system of conflict, that if I don't push myself to do things and desire this world, with so much greed, I'm going to become lackadaisical. I go kind of person. That's not true.

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Because you've been functioning on there, all of us, by the way, have been functioning on this faulty system, we find it, we start making assumptions. When we talk about the right system, we still running of the same dynamics. It's different there.

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When you get into that system, you don't need to motivate yourself, you are automatically inspired. Because when you live for Allah, You filled with life, because again, from from the meanings of lemmya, Ledwell imbue that and high.

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The everliving it doesn't mean only that he doesn't have beginning doesn't have end, but he's at, hey, he's fully alive.

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When he talks about life, you're talking about what the Spirit of life you're talking about this, this, this activity, this vividness, this energy, this completeness, all of the names and attributes of Allah are a function of his name and hate. Because he's complete in his life, he is complete in his sight and in his hearing, and in his actions and in His wisdom.

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So when you live for on how you are full of life,

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you're full of life, you approach life with so much, let's say energy within you channeled within you that you want to do you realize that there is value for the time that you are allotted in this life, and you want to use it, because it comes with a demand.

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And that leads me to the last point I want to emphasize about solitary loss.

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And that's something very important to understand about how our system as a whole as humans function, according to what Islam says.

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Islam says there are two forms or truth has two forms.

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There is something that we can again, loosely call the passive form, which is news. You get news, I tell you, Allah is One.

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Okay, thank you. Done. You receive the information.

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Okay, this is more your passive, you're just receiving

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information. You're receiving a truth of fact, you're allowing it into your system. Yes, Allah is One.

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But that's This is an incomplete truth. Truth has its dynamism in the sense it has the active form. Once it enters your system. It doesn't sit still generate something generates a response. I'll give you a very simple example that all of us can relate to.

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You taking a morning walk in the park and there is

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a pond

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and you hear some someone screaming, asking for help crying out for help. And then you see a child. You know who's in the middle of the pond and apparently the child say he's a boy

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He's alone. And he can't swim, he's drowning. And he is, you know, crying for help, help, help. I'm drowning.

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This is a truth that you have captured with your senses. It's gone into your system, right? That's the passive side of the truth. Let's say you see the child crying, drowning, suffering, and you walk on?

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What do you think of such a response? Let's not talk about person. What do you think of such a response?

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It's inappropriate, right? And say the least. Why? Because we know the truth has the passive form, which is when you receive information, but it has the active form. When you when your system receives the data that there is someone who's dying and you can help them automatically you actively proactively engage in action, that would save the situation.

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We call this what in Islam will hook

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character, the moral system in Islam. So morality in Islam, and HELOC good character is the active form of truth apti that is what a pita is the form of truth that you receive and harbor.

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This data is not just information that you academically learn, and store it in your head. Like you get more connections between your brain cells, you pro probably your brain even expands and swells with information and connections. And that's it.

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Truth calls for action.

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Truth places a demand on your system, you recognize it by your formula.

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You recognize it, just like when you see someone drowning your system automatically, you don't even have to think you rush for help.

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Sometimes even unconsciously, before you get to think about it, you find yourself engaged in that rescue. Why? Because that's how you create it the truth is received and then responded to in terms of action action in the heart, your heart experiences some actions, it engages in some act of action towards it. And then when you have engages in that, it gives instructions for what for your tongue and for your limbs to act it out. That's the truth. You can't you can't you can't take half the truth, you won't be a believer. That's why, you know, again, I'm just probably just enjoying the freestyle heel. But

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again, consider this more like, how can I say

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more of a general kind of information about Islam, one of the groups in Islam that was very problematic is the opposite of the coverage they called Mooji. What are the merger, the merger JSA

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for them, that belief is to accept the truth that tells them

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to accept the truth.

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To accept the truth to harbored. So, again piece of information. You take it in? That's it?

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That's too long. understand that's not a man is it that a man utters the demands that you acknowledge something is true, you accept it as true. That's not a man.

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That's not that one. This is one step in the process of email.

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There is something more there's a Quran where a Quran will be when the heart embraces that truth welcomes it, and allows it to shape it. The Quran

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okay, it's more than acknowledging it's more than accepting the truth. It's allowing it to shape you so what happens your heart response? Woman Who Allahu Ahad Allah, He is the one your heart flies with love to Allah. That's the natural response. That's the natural response.

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Allahu Samad. You know, everything relies on him. Everything depends on Allah for its life for everything, automatically. You rely on Allah, you give up on everything else and every everyone else that doesn't mean you you disengage from cause effect dynamics in this life. No, that's not but in your heart, you know that everything comes from Allah, even causality in the world comes from Allah.

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So your heart has to work attached to Allah subhanaw taala. You feel it in your heart. That's more than just acknowledging that Allah is one and that Allah is the one on whom everything depends. That's the active form of the truth. That's what we call morality. That's what we call a hollow character in Islam.

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Okay, so you receive the truth, but the truth is not a passive thing. The truth in

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gauges with your human dynamics and propels you for action.

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So that's why olho Allah will look at it it's it's some pieces of news right? Say he's Allah 101

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Allah who is someone who is the one upon whom everything depends linearly do with them you will add in other begets nor is he begotten. Well, Amir cola hookah one I had, there is no one who is equal to Him. So yeah, I accept that fine. You know, Shavon accepts that, by the way,

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shape on accepts that this is why by the merger, the definition of the merger shaytan is a believer. Yes, according to the arcade, according to the update of the merger, do they say shaytan is a believer? Not necessarily but hamdulillah they died in from the early days they don't no longer exist. But there's the definition of a man has one conclusion shape. One was a believer, for one was a believer, because they acknowledged

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but shaitan acted against, you know, the the imperative of faith and that's why he's a disbeliever

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All right. So this surah is about the purpose, what your life is about. So every time you read Allahu Allahu Ahad, don't just go through it like that.

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This is your ultimate love, Allah. This is what why you were created. This is the One who created you, this one you created for. This is the ultimate love of your life. Your ultimate love again is not a man or a woman can never be a man or a woman.

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It can only be Allah your heart is created for Allah.

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So does that mean we don't love other people? Now again, you you're thinking with either or black or white, that's not how life works. But the people that you love in your life, you have to know that they are given they are put in your life by Allah. Right? They are provided by Allah

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and the love that you find within your system naturally was given to you by Allah.

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So it's actually

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important for you to align all of that behind the love of Allah subhanaw taala This is how everything fits perfectly in your life.

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Where it gets to a point where almost there is no conflict, almost no conflict you're completely aligned from within. So this is Paulo Allahu Ahad.

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Now just introduction about put the two other sewers in context. Now have you ever noticed how many times we are recommended to recite these three sorrows? Can you help me out?

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Help me out how many times do we have to read give me some where do we have certain times in the day or the night where we are meant to recite these three sorrows and how many times

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they put your hand up so we don't get a mess Yeah.

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Before sleeping how many times three times so the provinces alone before going to sleep it's good to get to learn if maybe refresh the memory of some

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before you go to sleep. Before going to sleep at the Prophet SAW Selim would do what he would do he metal coffee, he would put his two palms together and he would read all of Allahu Ahad and below

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just below Allah will develop will follow up for the whole Surah below. Allah will develop bananas. Blow then do what? Rub his face. His head is LBMA which sell well mr. Bellamy and yesterday and the the front side of your body. Whatever you can reach with your hands. Okay, don't get into what's what's the some people spent five minutes rubbing the whole buddy. That's just very simple. All right, then do that. Yes, no, Derek Flf and Hadith of actually Allah and he would do this three times when you get to your bed?

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Or do I do it while I'm lying on my back when I'm sitting go. There's no mention of that. So don't Don't be like, again, Benny is ill, you know, describe the cow. What color is this? Describe it further. Don't do that. Okay. So, three times good three times before sleep when as well. says to zero.

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In the morning and evening, how many times? Three times in the car of the morning in the evening. That means three and three, six with three before sleep. That's nine. Okay, any other times?

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Yes.

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Can you speak up

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three times or once, after the five daily prayers once one time after the the five obligatory prayers. So that's five times as well. So we have nine and

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Five, what? 14, right? And the other time?

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Yeah, so these are the recommended ones, but you can always recite the more. The Prophet SAW Selim would recite them on Al Hassan and Hussein and Hussein could recite them on his grandchildren. So it's very good to recite them on your children and blow on them. Yes.

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So but what does that tell us? What's the message in that?

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At least like 14 times, you're recommended to recite these three swords? What does this tell us?

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Again, we said reading them, you have to not just, you know, do it as lip service, right? full engagement, that means you are contemplating their meanings you're feeling you are, you're experiencing the meaning your heart is engaged with the meaning what that means. Allahu Allahu Ahad, you know, should really shake you, because you're talking about Allah here. In our lives, no matter how liberal the Allahu Anhu before he would pray, he would turn pale, literally, like his face would be pale. And he was asked, you know, why do you? Why do you turn like, almost yellowish color before the prayer? It says 380 men? Do you know who in whose presence I'm going to stand?

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I'm going to help out when it was said to him, it took Allah He would shake and sometimes even what, you know, pass out

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when you mentioned Allah, Allah, why? Because they opened up their hearts to Allah that the Quran that the knowledge of Allah awaken that Phaedra. So really, when you say Allah is just like, you mentioned the sweetest word in their life.

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The thing that really like the word that captures all the strings in their life, that means everything to them.

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So when you, when you read that, and you read them, you're gonna feel the meaning. So it's a reminder with solo teleclass of what it's a reminder view of your purpose in life, why you are here, why you should live, you remind yourself of your purpose. You know, that's a rehearsal of your Word of the map of your worldview, let's say, you're actually reviewing what your life is about 14 times at least every day, you reviewing that consciously engaged in that you remind yourself of that, in a know sort of log personal program, self help, or psychological prescription that really gets you to do that kind of awareness and engagement.

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No one.

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If we really engage in what we have as Muslims, we wouldn't need to talk about meditation, and incantations and affirmations and things like that. Right. But again, when we have abandoned what we have, we have turned it into empty practice, that we don't engage in it. Now we start looking outside borrowing stuff that is skewed with a lot of good and bad.

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And then we tried to say, you know, yeah, it's Islamic. And we call it slimming meditation. We were a little shy when we started saying that, but now we're not shy. We're not shy anymore.

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Like

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so what is sort of Philip Consolata Ness about let me put the context before we get into them?

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Not just one second, no one I just primed them for that. All right, big fella, Paula, oh, the Bureau of business, if you are going to define a purpose,

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right. And the purpose has, you know, the propelling force, the attractive force that pulls you in the love of Allah.

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What else is left?

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obstacles on the way, things that

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are meant to stop you, hinder you

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make your trip,

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make you falter, make you give up.

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So Allah subhanaw taala.

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He knows that as we pursue him, and as we live for him, there are going to going to be distracting forces. There's going to be interruptions. There's going to be enemies. Allah tells us by the way, you know,

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this might be extreme, but it's actually a truth.

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This worldly life is a warzone.

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This worldly life is a war zone. And we have to act accordingly. That doesn't mean you go about, you know, harming others killing of his last night. What are we talking about? But, you know, from the first day we were created, Adam was created Shavon waged war, right bliss, waged war, right.

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He swore to dedicate his whole life to the destructions of humans, to stop them from reaching Allah

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stop them from being truthful, loyal to Allah.

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So Shavon is gonna use everything in his capacity to stop humans.

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How could he stop humans he has so many strategies and so many ways. So Allah subhanaw taala.

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In this journey of life he gives us to protect to shields to protect ourselves with and that's what Elmo with attain. They're called Elmo with attain which is the dual form of Elmo we that we that is what are who you are who right or who do bIllahi min ash shaytaan rajim? What does it mean, to seek shelter and protection, to seek shelter and protection.

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So, when there is again, there is some risk or danger, whatever you hide behind something that can protect you, that is called another hour.

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Right that you actually seek shelter. So, who do you seek shelter in Allah subhanaw taala.

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So Allah gave us two shields to two means to his protection. And

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each one of them is for a different set of interruptions, attacks, dangerous risks, that lie on the path to Allah subhanaw taala will are only available for luck. So I want you as we read through it,

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to try to compare it to certain NAS in your mind and figure out the category that is of interruptions or dangerous that it seeks to help us protect ourselves from Smilla. So I'm going to read

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one paragraph at a time. And we'll take the English

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one verse at a time. Yes. By the way, this is like, again, the Arabic form of the book. It's just maybe a few pages shy of 1000, but it's very small print. Originally, it's 10 volumes, but this is a very like condensed kind of format. It's very useful, well Haryana to the media,

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from harm and mischief in the night when darkness grows intense. That is from the harm and evil of what may happen in the night when the darkness of night covers the earth and many evil spirits and harmful animals move about.

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Women Children Nefertiti Phil Rocard. A woman shared with alertly Yes, yes, there in the hidden Abby Neff will record a reality

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from the harm and mischief of those who blow upon knots, that is from the harm and mischief of witches who perform their witchcraft by blowing on knots that they tie for the purpose of casting spells.

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Women shatter their hands in either hazard will harass it, who will know that you hate boozer well named Matt Yaniv Massoud, yes if he's a word he has to deal with imminent ASVAB TJ either just that he below him in Sharpie with a poly KD we had holofil Has it in the unholy artist group 11 Has it didn't should be real property. cubbies in Neff see for how the saw to the minute Alistair I mean Jimmy and want to share a moment of course also, whether that's an honor who have a loved one in Yorkshire and Laura Lee, we used to always try to be let him in home I mean, the

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and from the harm and mischief of the envier when he envies the envier is the one who would like the blessing to be taken away from the one whom he envies, so he strives to cause it to be taken away, by whatever means he can. Therefore there is a need to seek refuge with Allah from his harm and mischief and to foil his plan. The word translated here as envier also includes the one who puts the evil eye on others, because the evil eye only emanates from an envier who is evil in nature. This surah refers to seeking refuge with Allah from all kinds of evil and harm and both general and specific terms. It indicates that magic or witchcraft is something real, the harm of which is to be

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feared. So one should seek refuge with Allah from it and from those who practice it.

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Okay, so, so little fella. I think the tafsir is clear, right? And it's very straightforward. And that's the beauty of it. Subhanallah Ken, did anyone figure out what it's talking about? Actually, it's actually mentioned in the Tafseer.

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It is a shield against what? seeking protection of Allah against what try to be specific so it differs from Soul rottenness.

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some

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protection from

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animals or whatever, they're also protected from

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certain positions, right?

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And that's the way the contracts

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the protection from humans. Yes. class with a little bit, we want something very specific that it makes it stand out from the following surah. Yes.

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Excellent. Yes.

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So that's one way of conceptualizing it, it's seeking protection from external harm, external harm could come to humans from well,

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look at the source Subhanallah, this beautiful order and the solar will be beautiful at first, you in the Arabic language is called Manasa. Manasa means the

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connection, the meaningful connection between what you asking for, and the name of Allah that you are imploring, as you're calling upon Him will say I seek the protection we have been fed up in the lord of alpha alpha is what is the breaking of the day of the morning?

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What is that mean? Because the day is natural phenomenon, right? That means from everything that lives this is what

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this is the spatial context where things live, the universe, the created universe, will allow you to grow up with Philip but that's in terms of time will erode will be a lot be alpha luck. So you are first emphasizing that he is Rob So you are seeking the protection from whom from the master, the owner who controls everyone and everything. So you are seeking the protection from the right person, right from the right source.

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You're going right to the one who can protect you from from the harm why because all of the sources of evil and harm in existence are under the control of Allah, He is the Lord, He's the rub. And the wardrobe we're gonna come in Charlottesville, there are many times in the sale of the Quran. There's literally no word in English or no combination of words in English that can really convey what our means. It's a very profound word. And unfortunately, with the European languages Alhamdulillah I believe in the languages where, you know, with with Muslim majority population, the wardrobe has been maintained. So they, they have it in their culture, they have it in their psyche and their

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understanding, but we're talking about European culture, language languages now, they have you know, they have dropped a lot of the meaning that meaning as they have come away from their religions. So they they use master they use Lord but it does not convey the meaning of Rob.

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So it's a very powerful word and inshallah we're going to revisit it but we need to emphasize something here you that you are asking the protection of Allah because he's Allah because he's in control now, he's the one who created them, but they will not be and Philip and you mentioned what is horrible for the Lord or the rub of the day as it breaks.

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That that's because this universe is his the day the night everything you are indicating that it's his, it belongs to him. So you are going to the master to the one who has a say

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hola, hola gerbil fella. You mentioned why did he mention hola choose and Philip here i falak the breaking Fennec is when when means split when two things split?

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Right. So what is Allah mentioned? The morning which is the split between the darkness and the light. That's when the dawn breaks. Right? Why does Allah mentioned that? Because a vigil Dawn morning is usually associated with relief

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with relief when when you are actually when when the evil comes to an end. This is why at least I'm not sure of of other cultures, but in the Arabic language.

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You know, they they say the

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I mean, it's quite ubiquitous in the language that the federal or the day the break of the daylight is associated with the end of a predicament right, they say Hola, que sera delayed McCobb little further the darkest moments come right before failure.

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Meaning you know, once you get close to the darkest moments in the night, there is pleasure there is relief. So this is an analogy to the predicaments and the adversity in life.

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So, again, you see the Mona Lisa, you see the connection. The semantic connection between them will only Robin Phillip mentioned Rima Haluk from the evil of what he

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created here it's translated from the harm, right? But in the Arabic, Arabic language, it's shown with the sharp mean.

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So it's used in the Arabic language in more than one meaning it's used to refer to evil itself.

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Evil itself is a concept. Right? Evil is a concept, right is not an entity, like you can't get evil in a container, right? You can't put it in a in a box. It's not an entity, it's a meaning. It's part of the world of meanings. I live in Miami, right? So

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Bill flockmen, shared remeha Allah, Allah said from the evil of his creation.

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So evil does not come from Allah.

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Evil does not come from Allah the Prophet Solomon, the famous Buddha said, when higher Rafi Edik he addresses Allah and and good is in your hands was Chevrolet's are in ache, and evil is never attributed to you.

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So where does evil come from? It comes from the creation.

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Evil comes from the creation of Allah. Does this mean

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that the creation create evil? No.

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We said evil is not a thing. Evil is a moral judgment

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is a moral judgment

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is a moral judgment. And

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Allah is the creator of Good and Evil by the way. Allah is the Creator of everything. This is why we say in Eman, have Eman will paddy Hariri, what shall we accepting Amen? The word the good and the evil?

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What does this mean? Whatever Allah brings into your life, Allah brings events, if there is evil in them, this evil is caused by the creation.

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Okay, the whole concept of evil by the way, there's a huge, I can say, confusion everywhere, where you talk about evil and good, especially when there is no divine reference. When there is no divine reference, humans have to depend on their minds, they have to depend on intellect to figure out the problem of evil. And that's extremely confusing. Just try to get into the literature, philosophical and theological literature on the problem of evil, and you will just get more confused.

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And it's like there's an ocean of content that you can spend your whole life reading and you will not consume everything that is written. And the more you will read, like the more uncertain you become of any of the opinions. Why? Because these are deeper concepts, we need a reference to depend upon.

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Without divine guidance, we can't define these things.

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So evil in brief in the Islamic again, in the Islamic tradition, remember clay and anyone who really was interested and they are able to handle a little bit of academic writing. In the Arabic language, I would say read millions shifa ideal,

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famous

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Kabbalah with tidal

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volume wrote this book, it's extremely powerful, and it's not an easy read. And most of it was translated into English, by the way,

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was translated, not sure is the problem of evil. No, I don't think the problem of evil but something about imminent pain on the problem of evil is going to pop up. So I would recommend if you are into reading this stuff, definitely read it, read it, it's a very powerful, it's going to change you at a deep level. Why? Because in the Islamic tradition, very simple. I'm not going to get into that because it confuses a lot of people. Allah creates good things. So where does evil come into the process? It comes when humans or other creation, arrange good things,

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in ways that don't go along the divine prescription so Allah creates things and Allah gives prescription for how things are to be used in a range do you do that? That's what's good.

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Because without Allah, there is no good and evil by the way.

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The real definition of good in Islam and higher is what is what's in line with the will and legislation of Allah. Literally, if you dig, dig deep down, that's the deepest you gotta get to. What is good is what's in line with what Allah loves, and what He commands. What is evil, it's a departure from the Divine description, prescription from the Sharia.

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So how do humans or how do jinn for example, champion? Bring evil so we say meaning shall the man call up here shall is more in more general terms, so it means evil also means harm, because oftentimes humans use evil to me

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to refer to pain or suffering, whether emotional or physical. That's a very important distinction. Oftentimes, what we call evil is not necessarily evil. We, we only recognize something as evil. And that's the deficiency in depending on intellectuality. To understand evil and good is that we humans will only call something evil when we recognize that it is painful or it brings about suffering, when we don't see that we don't call it evil, even when it's evil.

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So that's a very deficient standard for defining things as good and evil. But the reality of evil is, what is what goes against what Allah loves, and what he prescribes in his revelation. Truly, that's what it boils down to.

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So it comes from arranging good things

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in a way that is not in line with the divine prescription.

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Okay, so Michelle, Reema Allah.

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So you are seeking protection from all harm and all evil. That is that comes from the creation, surely Makola woman shall realize it in either workup. And from the evil of what have I said, is darkness which is the night here, either waka Boonen you know again workup means to fall to follow to cover so when the night covers, why does Allah mentioned here the night

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because a lot of the evil so we mentioned the general evil which includes again, other people harming you physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, financially, right, that includes that and also includes what is called in our natural disasters, just like the earthquake.

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But there is another special harm that is extremely consequential in the lives of people and that really gets more activated at nighttime.

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Why?

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Because nighttime is the time when the share of lean, become more active and they start spreading around. So I hate Buhari the Prophet sallallahu sallam said he got laid when night comes about.

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For the funeral, Sabina Kamara will also be you know, bring your children into the house.

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Bring them in, don't keep them outside.

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For in a lot of data was Shayateen 10 tissue fetal Cassatt Oh, chemical, at least, it's the time when the you know, you know, rush hour in the morning when everyone is going to work.

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Matter of time when the sun sets, that's the rush hour for the gin. They are all over the place. They've come out from sleep, they just woke up now, because they didn't sleep in the morning in the day, and they wake up at night and they do most of the work at night.

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So the rush hour, you don't want your kids to be outside in the rush hour of the gym. Because that's where a lot of harm comes to them. Somebody says, you know, but my children are always outside that matter of time and nothing happened to them.

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That's because you don't know what happened to them. And you don't recognize what happened to them. Okay, so

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women should reverse happen either. So that's again, it refers again to the harm of gin, which is usually called again the Arabic language mess.

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So lots of Bacala and Lavina, karuna, Reba Pomona Illa cameyo millennia to Humberto che Bano, Nina mess, those who eat you know, rebar they're the only that they go about their business and their life and they approach things just in a manner that a person who is troubled by the possession of gin acts against you know when because when gin possess a person fully possessed that person they start acting with in strange and weird ways and the people who love interest and the profit that comes they crave money in such again insane greedy fashion.

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So they become similar to that so mess again is usually commonly used that when gin accidentally or not accident like again, they they see a person and they like that person and the harm that person they could harm the person in many ways they could either into the body they could either associate themselves with the body they could just maybe physically attack the person could be many ways. All right, so that usually happens in the first hour of the night when the sun sets right so that's woman surely of us hitting either our

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woman children nephropathy film, and from the evil of who? The witches who blow in the nuts What is this?

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This is black magic, sir.

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Bye

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Black Magic,

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black magic, how is black magic? What is black magic?

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Black Magic

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is when humans

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seek the jinn

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to do things for them.

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How do they do that?

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They approach the jinn through rituals. So there are incantations, that they have to say certain prayers, that that contain should within them the worship of other than Allah have some kind of merit, a very powerful gin, a king among the gin, who has many followers. Now the gin organized and this is mentioned in books and it's mentioned by a lot of the people who are experts in rakia, the gin, live in hierarchies. They live like armies, most of the gin, they're not loose, as loose as humans are. They live in what in in some sort of

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military kind of design structure hierarchy.

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So, you worship a person, one of the gentlemen the top who has probably 1000s of jinn under his command.

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So the witches or the sorcerer's Sahar or Sahara, what do they do, they do these incantations, and they do this kind of worship, and rituals, etc. And oftentimes, it includes slaughtering some kind of animal as a form of worship. So slaughtering a sheep, a cat,

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a rat,

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chicken,

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a bird anything.

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And using its blood,

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and there are certain prayers and certain things that they will do. And eventually and they will do couple of things which is disrespect to Quran, throw it in the washroom, throw the Quran in the washroom disrespected, keep the Quran. And these are things that are very well known among those people who are engaged with this. Take the most half a small copy of the most half, and you keep it in your underwear for 40 days.

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This is these people in you know, in many cultures, people call them what che

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let me go to the che, they really call them shave, and they call them sometimes Pierre,

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a righteous person, they go to them why? To heal their sick children, a woman who does not get pregnant so that she gets children.

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A father who is infertile, he goes to get to become fertile and things like that.

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That's all part of the worship on waged on humans.

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Okay, so how does this happen? Again, there are just the brother mentioned there. The Jinn live on what on promises and loyalty. The Jinn live on promises and loyalty who would want to live here? That's what the jinn live on.

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So they have pledged the kuffaar Jen, most of them have pledged obedience, blind obedience to a bliss.

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Bliss among them claims himself as Allah as divine. So they worship Him, they obey Him.

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And He abuses them, and he uses them.

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And they are so obedient, and they are so meek to a bliss and his commanders. So they do whatever, you know, shaytaan commands need to do. So how do humans now again, and that's something so that tells you now, why it's important that you will recite these sorts, and that tells you that these things are way more common than people expect. Way more common. Some people justify that. Why? Because they go to someone who does black magic. They say, Oh, he's a che.

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No, he's a Kaffir.

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He is a calf. He's an enemy of Allah. He's a Shavon is your bond in human form?

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Why?

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Because she hates that woman. Right.

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And she doesn't want her to get pregnant. She doesn't want her to have children.

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She sees a some, you know, her cousin happy in her marriage. She's not happy in her marriage or maybe she's divorced.

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So what does she do? She finds the justification to go to a so called shave, who will do what?

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Who will you know, get this woman not to have children or to destroy her marriage?

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And say what? Give me a photo of her. Get me a shirt of her. Any part of cloth and the personal you know item from her.

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A comb

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and her mother's name

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and you will see what happens. And usually these people how they advertise And subhanAllah these, you know, Facebook, social media is full of these ads. Unbelievable. These people say, you know,

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we will help you destroy your enemies, the sheriff so and so can help you, you know get your right back from the people that you hate. Just get us, the their mother, their mother's name and a photo of them.

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The reason I'm emphasizing this is actually way way more common than most of us think it's very, very common. Most people make light of it. When it's serious. The Prophet SAW Selim says Minetta often for Salah one sheet that we took below Salah to Albania, Laila, a person who goes to a sorcerer and ask them a question, just ask them a question.

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The prayer will not be accepted for 14 days, the Salah is not accepted for 14 days. That's such a serious thing. And it could lead if a person engages in that and gets carried away with that they could actually lead them to do what rather than Allah who Samad they rely on Allah, they rely on who the jinn to get things done for them. That's where you start losing your Eman again.

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Okay, so women should have an affair fat if you know what woman she has it in either acid. So that's another way Jin, affect humans, black magic spells is black. So they go to the magician, they get whatever, you know, personal items of that person. And they start making a mixture of the right certain prayers, certain tables, and so on and so forth. Right, and all that stuff. And they have the rituals, the light candles, they get incense, they create this whole kind of ritual for the gin service. And they do what

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they have to tie knots. These are the promises of the gin. So a leader from the gin will bring some gin like slaves.

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And they will tie them with these knots in the body of a person to do certain harm.

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To cause them cancer

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caused them cause them Alzheimer

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cause them blood high blood pressure.

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And bring them anxiety, panic attacks.

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Oh no, but this is you know, in psychology. Yeah. Gin messes with your psychology. They mess with your chemistry. Like it some people think it's either this or that. No, no, the jinn, they deal with the dynamics of your body. They work with them.

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They work with them, and people who work with RealPlayer, they will tell you that, you know, way more advanced in terms of science than humans. Way, way more advanced.

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Why? Because they lived hundreds of 1000s of years before humans on Earth. They have to believe in on other planets as well. That's something that's very well, again, it's very well known among all those who work in that field. So it's very important to again, protect ourselves why? Why does she why would why do the jinn do all of this IBLEES has one purpose to use human feuds and hatred and issues to block them from Allah. Jen are not there to help you. They want to hold you back from Allah. That's the point.

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But they will pretend as if they are serving humans, but they're not they using humans to serve bliss to take humans to the hellfire. That's what's gonna happen.

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Woman Sheree has it in either hazard, and from the evil of an envious person.

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So envy is what

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envy is that.

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You see something good that Allah has given a person

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you're not happy with this fact.

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You're not happy with this fat.

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You wish that you have it for yourself.

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You wish that is taken away from that person.

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You start to have bad feelings towards that person. They don't deserve it.

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They somehow become your enemy.

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Cold War with them. That's envy. That's a disease in the heart. And that's the disease of bliss, right? That's what he had towards Adam. So where does it come into the heart of a human being from a bliss but he uses the dynamics of your heart. And it becomes a personal trade. There are people who don't like to see others happy. They don't like to see someone enjoying a blessing from Allah. They don't like it. They want to destroy them. They wish they either do physical things, to set them up to ruin their life, physical things as we know them, or they do what they do.

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they resort to black magic or again, this is what is mentioned that there is a lane line envy leads to what evil i Evil I remember him he has a book called a road where he talks about the soul and about certain what you can classify again today they classify them as psychic phenomena, right? He talks about the impact of the eye, which is again he says it has to do with the soul it has to do with the self. So people can actually harm each other if someone is envious, and again, he mentions it here so I'm going to just highlight it. He says the n the n no letters doula, you know in learning has eventual real the evil eye does not come except from an evil.

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A hesitancy real power.

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An envious person who has an evil nature, evil nature, evil heart, they have evil in the heart. They don't look good for others. So there is corruption. There is evil in the heart, Cubby fineness he has a filthy self within.

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That's what shall be in love shall be in love. No Jessa will not feel the love impurities, whether spiritual or physical.

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The Prophet salatu salam says about an alien. So there is hesed which is against the general spirits but there is a line which is the evil eye. The prophets of salaam says in line help.

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The evil eye is true. It's true. And there is the famous Hadith in Sahih Bukhari that one of the companions saw another companion salamanders that he saw He saw him taking a bath and he saw that he had very like pleasant kind of skin, skin tone and he said Mara a Tacoma Willa Judah macabre. He says like this is the skin of a woman who never leaves your house, like no exposure to the sun, very soft skin.

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Fella Vietnamese it so he literally became crippled, disabled, he couldn't move his body.

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So they carried him to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the moment the messenger Salam saw that the program segmented the hormone program so that he recognized he says, Who do you accuse about that? Who do you think is responsible for this?

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And he said so and so.

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And I saw him and he said, you know such and such the prophets always said I don't know I have to I had to come Why does one of you kill your his brother? kill his brother kill his but the Prophet said said what kill with what with evil? i Yes. With Ebola.

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Now how does that work? This is part of the world of the unseen. We have enough. It's in it's in the Quran. Should we has it in either hazard. And in Salton.

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surah Allah Subhana Allah says to grow Salam winker, Dooley is the US the US the punakha we have sorry when he Academy the NACA for us the Pune kabhi I'm sorry him landmass I mean

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the disbelievers we're about to what hit you with their eyes when they hit the the Quran the remembrance a lot of them have Assyrian say it's evil I do they actually call the person who was known for hitting for having what they call a non Hara he has a hot I literally like he can will shoot at someone.

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Yeah, there are people who are just like this. They're very envious. They are of an evil nature.

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So they can affect a person.

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They can affect a person.

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So they actually brought that person to look at the Prophet SAW Salem and hit him with the evil lie.

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So it's very it's wait again, this is way way more common than you think. Way more common. That's why the prophets of salaam says is there any other injection where he milkman is is seems to be going to leave saltiness till next next week, but again, we're not going to do this with the other sorrows. But again, these are of extreme importance, these three to sorrows,

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since we are recommended to recite them at least 14 times that means there is something that we need to take heed of here.

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So, woman surely has. So there are so many again, it's a GMAT among the Muslims that there is evil I what is the mechanism? We don't know exactly. But again, there is a weak Hadith that says in China, yet bow Hashem upon, but it's a weak Hadith, weak narration, but many of the scholars said actually, from experience, it seems to be the case. So what is it Shayateen are lying in waits. People think like, again, like you bump into a shape on once in a lifetime. No, probably they are around almost everywhere. By the way. They're like filling this space like air and JLT

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In our district waiting to destroy humans at any opportunity, but humans are generally protected by melodica. The Homer Aktiva to mean benei the human healthy following him in amarilla salata, Ron, Allah says there are, there are, there are protectors from from in front of you and behind the person protecting them. But there are certain loopholes where Allah allowed the attack to happen. And that's when a person has evil thoughts about another person that creates an opening in their system for another shaytaan to enter into that body. So again, people and rakia, again, I'm talking when I say people in Brooklyn, I'm talking about people who are upon the Sunnah, who are very

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knowledgeable, knowledgeable about this.

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They actually they know this.

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Like,

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they, they know this as ABC, they agree on that, that when the moment you look a person at the person and you like what they have, and there is a an element of hazard.

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Usually there is a

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there is

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an evil eye, and at that moment, a shape on who is waiting for that moment. They're probably 24/7, by the way, waiting for any opening, and they would get into this person. And so for them, oftentimes they would recite on a person that would be possessed by Jin Jin would be hiding. And many people think of the opposite by genuine talking to yourself, and you're just acting weird. No, oftentimes gender reside in the body of a human being for decades, and there's hardly any science, there's probably no science, it only becomes visible, when the genuine to make it visible. Or when it gets overwhelming. When when when it really like they harm the body to a point that the body

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can't take it anymore. So it's weak, its weak, so the presence of gin becomes apparent. So

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so they will decide on a person. And then eventually, obviously, when the gin speaks, they would actually tell of the moment that they entered.

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And the patient would usually get a vision of the moment when the jinn entered, because that would be the vision of the jinn.

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The moment they entered could be many years before. So what is the lesson here is that this is external harm that could come at you physically, or could come at you as the form of attack of jinn that might attack you in very subtle ways. It could be through black magic, through evil eye through envy, or through just the jinn wanting to harm you just like that bully us stalk you That's it.

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So happened so what do the thing is, Allah says about them in the whole era come home, but the room

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they see you don't see them? What to do

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with your belief, and that's why you're supposed to recite it. So increase in reciting it, reading it contemplating its meanings. It's extremely helpful. But you know, the surah itself is the words of Allah, Allah protects you by means of it's a DUA. It's

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asking Allah for protection. Right. So this is the importance of the surah. We'll take some questions. Sorry, it took more time, but I thought it was, I believe this is necessary knowledge to protect oneself. Okay.

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So let's take questions. And but again, keep the questions please to today's topic.

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You see someone who's very religious.

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Okay, The brother asked the question, Could some could someone be religious and other people admire their religiosity? Give them the evil eye? I'll tell you most of the Muslim celebrities are hit with 1000s and 1000s of evil lies. Yes, a lot of evil. I happens because you admire something about the person. Again, that's an opportunity for Chapin to ruin that person and destroy their religion. By the way, this was obsessive thinking compulsive thinking is typical typical Chapin stuff,

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typical to a lot of stuff. You say, Oh, it's cognitive. But that's it. shippon messes with your system. It's not like, Oh, if you have a psychological diagnosis, it's not gin if it doesn't have a medical or psychological diagnosis.

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Or if it has a scientific diagnosis, it's not gene if it doesn't, then it's Jin. It's not like that. The gene messes with your physiology. That's what they do. People think it's like they're separate. No, they're not separate shaytaan Miss messes with your physiology. They miss wet mess with your neurology that's what they do. They can alter your chemistry when they when they know what to do.

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Yeah, so it happens a lot. So religious people and usually

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From people who are as religious as they are

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that's not the envy that we're talking about.

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The prophets of salaam said that has a day left with nothing. This is not the kind of envy this is that you wish you see something good. You bless it for the person who say Tabata Allah Oh we say any, you know, make this always, you know, let it be at the tip of your tongue all the time all the time. You see something good for any person Tabata kala Bartok Hola Hola, Tabata comme la, keep it on your tongue, literally but mean it not just only words, but meaning Alhamdulillah Allah bless you. May Allah bless you more, and may Allah increase your mod, and then you wish something similar for yourself. That's not envy.

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Let me just take one from the brothers one from the sister. So we do justice Yes.

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You Yes, a person can envy themselves?

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No, it's not necessarily.

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The Hadith that we mentioned, the companion hit the other one with the evil eye, he didn't intend any harm. Once you admire, you're on the verge of giving evil light. So

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you're on the verge of the thing is a lot of the there's a lot of things within the self and the heart may be wishing, you know the blessing for yourself so hidden that the person doesn't know. So there's a lot of good people, all of us have a lot of evil in our hearts, all of us, all of us. And that could be you know, the impetus for the hazard and then for the evil eye to happen. So that's why there's something known which is called the mirror evil eye a person gives himself evil light. Yeah, it happens often.

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Yeah, yes.

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Should you do?

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Very good question, what do we do? Keep reciting, allow the Bible for luck, and make dua to Allah subhanaw taala. And make sure that no jinn, no creation can harm you without the permission of Allah. And that the only one who can protect you is Allah as the more you heart attaches to Allah subhanaw taala. The more the jinn is disabled,

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the more Eman you have, the more paralyzed the jinn is, they can't do anything.

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Number two, if you have a strength of yourself, like you have a strong will.

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So what should happen usually when you feel very like

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like sick, bored, troubled, sad, for no reason. Usually, this is evil eye shape I'm bothering you. What do you do, you have something go ahead and do it. You want to do something, it puts, you know, thoughts of fear in your in your mind and feelings extreme fear, don't listen to that go against it, which is called an Arabic and hasm decisiveness and action. That's really what it is. Now, in case of an extreme case where a person loses control of themselves, but don't obsess with Jen, if you obsess with Jin, you empower them over you. They kind of stalk you, they're gonna chase you bully you around. Don't do that.

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They play on that weakness. The only moment that a person would say seek Rukia and help is when your life becomes impossible. But you've tried all that there are people who are just too lazy, have nothing to do in their life. And whatever happens oh, that's evil. I that's black magic. I'm sure some so many people hate me, right?

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You know, these people, were just saying to shebang, come into my life come into my life. These people usually don't even benefit from your program.

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But if a person does everything they can and then life becomes impossible. Yeah. In extreme cases, they might need the help of karate. But other than that, I would recommend it.

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Okay, Allah is where I'll be honest with you. There is very few individuals really today in the world who do not do properly. A lot of the people who don't hear like

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a lot of winning tension demands go on Google. You know what they do? They go to Korea, they come back with an army of gin in them.

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Yes, it's a very common and well known thing. So if someone doesn't know how to doesn't understand the world of gin, and doesn't understand how it works, they should not think oh, I know the Quran and I'm an Imam and I read physical books and I can do repair. You know, you get yourself in so much trouble. Don't do that. So a lot of the rockers and what happens, a lot of the rock is when they do appear, the jinn that resides in them. That is usually a lot. Gives them wrong impressions to implicate the person they don't appear on more. They do it okay or when a woman

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They put the love of that woman infatuation with that woman in the heart of that person. They start feeling having developing feelings towards him or the like. Again they like someone needs help they'll say oh you have nothing just you know just go away. Why? Because they don't want this person to be healed. So be so the gin by the way, and people who possess or have gin which is a lot by the way again

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there is communication between the gin so there is networking. There's networking like it's not like this is separate world that's a separate world no two people you know the gin, communicate and see ways that they can work together and make joint effort. So just let you know. Yeah, Salah

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Okay, Kenny Shala

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finally, last question, inshallah. Then we'll do some last question. Yes.

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Sorry.

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Yeah.

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Are you male Korean? Korean? Yes, the prophets of salaam said

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every human being has accordion which is a good piece. Make sure that everyone has got in so that they keep whispering to them putting negative feelings in them evil thoughts, making their life hell etc. They are they are caught in harms in every possible way.

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Yeah, oftentimes is the person that invites our gym communicates and invites Yes, yes, oftentimes. Okay, so this is that's it with the spirit flock next week we'll do saltiness, and if we can do more Inshallah, we'll go to solid LMS it be that Allah Allah Meisner Muhammad while he was on visa