The Monumental Tafsir As Saa’idi #3

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hamdulillahi rabbil Alameen

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wa salatu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Ali he was Harvey Ottavio

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woman to be our home BSN in Isla yo Medina. Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh so welcome to

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the third this is the

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third session inshallah in the Tafseer over the mana Sadie

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we read the text in Arabic and we read the translation in English and then when we're done with a surah we give some sort of commentary

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to draw benefit, you know that can possibly be helpful inshallah

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So, we are dealing with the last three sewers and we said, we're going to dwell on them for a while more than the other sewers. And the reason is, the these theories was

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literally summarize what Islam is, and what the life of almost limits

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and you will find the same backbone of these three sorrows repeated in Surah tillbaka identical.

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And you will find it in a lot of the other car that are reported from the prophets, Allah Allahu Allah, he was setting up the same themes, specifically, I would say maybe three themes and other off shooting ones.

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We said sorta the class is about the purpose of our life, the end goal of our life, what our life is about. And this is the concept of love,

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which is the concept of worship. The essence of worship, as the scholars say is love, love that's combined with glorification and fear. And all

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that's cool what Allahu Ahad defines. Where is your life, whereas this journey of life leading to sleeping either to Allah, or to the hellfire? That's it.

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So everything in your life

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is all about that moment you return to Allah, are you going to make it back to Allah or not? So this is what assaulted a class tells you. It tells you hey, this is why you were created. This is what your life is about. This is what your fifth law is.

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And this is where life is leading to.

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And the value of life comes from this, what is it goon, who Allahu

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it's all about Allah. This life is not about us. By the way.

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This life is not about you,

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or about me, or about our dreams, or our ambitions and our sensitivities, or our affiliations, or our aspirations. This life is about Allah.

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So don't take yourself too seriously.

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Because the only one who will struggle if you do so, is yourself.

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And most of human suffering comes from this, putting themselves first thinking life is about them.

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And Muslims have swallowed that a lot of them

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as we swallow ideologies, unchecked, we internalize them. We take the men

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you know, swallow everything in them. hook line and sinker. We don't even think about them. We don't check them. We don't realize what are their underpinnings, what are the problems within them, that once we internalize them, they start corrupting our hearts, destroying our faith, ruining our life for us as well.

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Kulu Allahu Ahad.

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scription of Allah and the name of Allah name. Allah itself means the one who's worshipped in truth, the only one who deserves to be worshipped. This is what Allah is it comes from N E.

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N Illa. Isla. And there is a verb in Arabic language called Allah. Allah.

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Allah Harajuku means to worship to love dearly, and ultimately, Allah. So Allah is an ALA, the only through God, that's what it means. So that's the halal oh here for those who know this, you know the terminology here. That Allah is the only one who deserves to be worshipped the only one who is worshipped in truth

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Hulu Allahu Ahad, he talks about his oneness then you talk about his names and attributes. So this is what your life is about and then Fatiha, you will find this where he cannot.

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He cannot.

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That's it. He cannot that's to handle the worship of Allah subhanaw taala. That's your goal. That's the movement. This is the,

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the source of energy and vitality in your life.

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This is where the juices in life come from the ultimate goal, the vision, the purpose, the aspiration,

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the destination, it's Allah.

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So that's why people who Allahu Ahad came about, then we spoke about

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a little bit Philip sort of fell up. And we said, let's put it slightly differently today. As you make your way to Allah in this life,

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and you know, your love of Allah, your understanding of who Allah is, this connection to Allah pulls you forward to Allah brings you to Allah. So you are on your path. But there are dangers on the way that could stifle or completely halt your progress. These could be

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obstacles and harm that inflicts

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you in worldly matters, meaning physically, emotionally circumstantially, etc. So we ask Allah to protect us from those external

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external harms, and dangers. So collaborate with Bill Phillip mentioned Remar falak, from the evil of what he created.

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Women shall rehearse it and either workup and from the evil of the darkness when it covers and falls upon the world. And that's again, we said this is the time. This is the time versus the man, the time where the shayateen spread and do most of the work.

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Woman shared with the 35th record from the evil of those who blow in the knots. And this is black magic, these are the spells of black magic.

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And that they are real, and they have an impact and they are evil and they are covered. They are an action of cover. And unfortunately, you know, in every Muslim culture, you will find this has seeped into people people's lives.

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Through the backdoor, it came into the Muslim cultures through the backdoor. A lot of those you know magicians which is called themselves che and che ha when they are truly non Muslims. There are worshipers of Shavonne that's who they are. And the evil general the the kuffaar among the general will not help them unless they disbelieve in Allah and provide or Oban worship, acts of nearness acts of worship to shade one. That's the condition.

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And from the evil woman shirt, we has it in either hazard and from the evil of everyone, every envious

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person. And again, they could act on their envy either by means of physical harm or tactical harm, or they could cause

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an infliction with evil eye. And other means as well. There are other means there's the evil eye. And again, like

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and scholars who wrote about this, they said there is something called a nefs as well. Nestle Habiba evil nefs really affects what is the mechanism, exact mechanism we don't know. But again, these are humps. Why are you seeking Allah's protection from these things? Most of us think oh, it's for our own safety.

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That's not untrue. But

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the main purpose, we need safety from these things because of their potential to hold us back from the path leading to Allah. That's the main purpose. So again, remember life is not about us. It's about Allah.

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So when you ask Allah to protect you from the harm, make sure you're not asking primarily for yourself.

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You're asking primarily that Allah protects you from these things primarily so that these things don't hold you back from Allah that's true. That should this should be your biggest fear. This should be your biggest fear.

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And then the protection is boss law is more likely to come to you when you are

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So with that spirit, now we come to the third one. So let us

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so I'm gonna read in Arabic inshallah the brother will read in English. How do we live in a ship on rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, Cyril saltiness Muhammad Ania Bismillah AR Rahman AR Rahim will be nurse medica nurse ADA in US mean she had real was worse than her nurse under the US we Sophia so do the nurse mean and Gina T one nurse where are the Usool mush tell me that on under this theory that he will not be nursing one Nikki him what Elohiym Mina che pa upon under the who were a solo show Rudy Khalifa one that were under the benefits not to who Allah the benefits not to he was everywhere. And now you will switch off your salute in us for your haciendo la homos shop where you

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read what you read in ER when you saw rotten Hasina? Were you gonna ship out your order to him literally he will be hula on your way with a beautiful manual when you read him Yahoo if you saw that in various words he were who were there a man behind the hill had you were swimsuit Wackness. I gotta ask how is the Corolla Abdurahman Abdullah who was the NIV and he

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this surah refers to seeking refuge with the Lord and God of human man humankind from the shaytaan who is the source and cause of all evil in his efforts to to tempt people and do evil he whispers into their hearts making evil fair seeming to them and showing it to them in a good image, motivating them to do it. And he makes goodness ill seeming to them, tries to put them off it and prevent and presents a false image of it to them. This is how he always is whispering and withdrawing he retreats when a person remembers his Lord and seeks his help toward him off passbook

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for him that he know and yesterday now while you're studying either way are tossing my beautiful boo be Yet Allah hiddenness equally him wonder Holika Kula that you don't wanna Tableau movie yet you will make for colada but you know what actually don't be NASA yet here will be oh he Yeti he will let you halacha humbly Angelica fella Tim would be deaf shall we? I do we him and let the URI don't only activate Amanda where he would have been at home or what you read on the agenda home in his behavior called ominous habits.

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Well what's worse Oh can I call him in and Ginny you're calling them in and hence what he has a call mean and Jean naughty oneness will hamdulillahi rabbil Alameen wa

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ala about Lena.

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So the individual should seek help seek refuge and seek protection in the lordship of Allah over all people, for He is the Lord of all people and all people come under His Lordship and sovereignty and he holds the forelock of every living being and he should seek help seek refuge and seek protection in the Divinity of Allah by worshipping Him, which is the purpose of which he has created them. And this purpose cannot be fulfilled except by warding off the evil of their enemy, who wants to cut them off and prevent them from worshipping Allah and wants to make them among his party so that they will become inhabitants of the blazing Fire was was devilish whispers may be caused by the jinn or

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by humans. Hence, Allah says from among the jinn and, and humankind. Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds first and last outwardly and inwardly.

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So, again, you see the comments you have remember Sadie is really about the point behind the surah is very, very neat and straightforward and highlights the main points, he says, you know, we seek the protection from Allah subhanaw taala or we seek Allah's protection from the evil of Shavonne by means of what lordship or robia This is why we say we have been nurse, what is the law we said, Rob in the Arabic language of ALLAH, the Europe be our lady.

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Okay to two roots in the Arabic language kalamba your own book, and you will not be mean from telopea

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the joint meaning of these is that someone who takes care of full care of the needs of someone that's what it means. So Allah is Rob since he is Subhanallah you call upon him being a rob the Lord. Him being the one who takes care of you

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And that's in line with what you asking for you, Oh Allah, you are the one who take care of me you are the one who protects me, you are the one who provides for me to protect me from the harm of shape. One could argue we are all winners. Many can nurse, the King, the master the honor of people, and not only You are my Lord, but I am also your slave, you own me, I belong to you.

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I belong to you and the Lord protects whoever is under his protection under his care. And that's why

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in the famous story in a Ceylon before the birth of the prophets of Allah when he was sent them, you know, the sword was Haddonfield, the people of the elephant when they came the Abyssinians when they came from Yemen,

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to demolish al Qaeda.

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You know, Abraham Ashkelon came and he took the camels, and the sheep and everything that was on his path. So

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he took the camels have a good opening,

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So I approached him came to him, and he said, Give me my cameras. He said, I have come to demolish the house of your forefathers, and the house of worship for your religion, the house of Ibrahim and you're asking me about the camels. And hence the famous answer of a response of abnormal and what they say. He said, an unbelievable what NBT I've been, yeah, me. I am the Lord of the camels, they are my property, I protect them. The house the Sacred House, it has a lord and its Lord will protect it. So here hence we say we are, we belong to Allah. So we ask Allah by means of us belonging to him, will Allah protect us we are yours, either. hiddenness Hina hiddenness. Here Allah is again as

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the name of Allah, which is Allah is the only one who's truly worshipped, the only one who deserves that we live for the only one whose life should be devoted for he should be the main purpose in our life, the subjects matter of our life, the end goal of our life.

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So by means of your devotion, you're asking ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala to protect you from shaytan because what shaper really wants his ultimate goal is what to stop you from worshiping God what

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he promised he said the will attach it to a thorough home Shakira in in the Quran, Allah refers to shaytaan St. Allah, you will find most of them were ungrateful, meaning that they will not worship you.

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They will not worship you. So you ask Allah subhanaw taala you say oh Allah here I am on the covenant on the agreement.

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I am true to my promise I'm trying to fulfill it helped me do that.

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And here we have the connection with what we said Yeah, cannot Budo has to do with Allah right? And in fact, yah, yah can stay in is here are you seeking? Are you seeking Allah's help and protection to fulfill the goal of your life. So Allah is the purpose of your life, and only through the help of Allah, you can achieve that purpose. So Allah in that sense, subhanAllah covers here, the end and the means. And this is why without Allah, you can't you can't worship Him. This is why your life is all about Allah subhanaw taala. So again, putting these words in context, it's really a definition of what Islam really is what you worship. This is why it's very important to recite these sutras

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after every Salah

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to recite them in the Carlos sabaha. And myself, they had caught up in the morning in the evening, three times each. Before you go to sleep, you recite them on blow and wipe over your body. Why? This is a very important kind of drama. It's a reminder, it's a conditioning for your heart, you know, you go to the gym, you don't go to the gym once or twice, and do some good, like, get some good workout and think, Oh, you're gonna come out fit. It doesn't happen. You expect it to take a long time consistency, right?

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You and doing it right as well. And eating well. What is that? That's conditioning, it requires patience. It requires consistency. The same thing applies to your heart. Many people think oh, you know, all of this knowledge that we have in Islam, or I just listened to it. I take it in. That's it. No, that's step number one. That knowledge is not meant for your mind, so to speak. That is meant for your heart mind is

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This memory is the first step. Now you have committed it to memory fine, you have absorbed this information Perfect. Now the work starts, it is conditioning, you have to start repeating it, you have to start reflecting on it, you have to start contemplating it. You have to spend time with these words, diving into their meaning, internalizing the meaning conditioning yourself over and over and over and over again. And over time, these words these divine words are going to shape your heart, they're going to change you,

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they will cleanse you, they will strengthen you, they will bring light into your heart, they will bring more life into your system.

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So these things are very important for us to,

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to read with with a lot of

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Take them seriously. And again, they summarize Islam, you will find this pattern as we said, I'm just going to sort of

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lay it bare here. You have the ultimate goal of your life purpose.

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And you need the pool the energy to propel you to that purpose. That is in Allah Himself. Your Love of Allah propels you, this is what you hear. This is the worship of Allah. This is what it means to worship Allah, to live your life in love. In true love of Allah and your heart was created with the love of Allah. It has it in it is your fitrah

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your heart naturally gravitates to Allah it misses Allah it yearns to Allah, it seeks Allah naturally. And if you're not experiencing that, this, then you are doing something or you are allowing something into your system that is blocking this natural process. Many people you know, ask the question, How can I develop love of Allah? How can I you know, learn the love of Allah, you don't learn the love of Allah, you don't acquire the love of Allah, the love of Allah has already been built in you. It's an important quality. So if it's not happening, if it's not there, if you're not experiencing it, there is something in your system that's blocking it. So instead of looking

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outward for some source to give you a love of Allah, maybe the Imam of the masjid the teacher of the Quran, the chef the copy, right? You think they're gonna give you love of Allah, they can't give you a love of Allah.

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It's already there. So all you have to do is cleanse. This is why when Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam made the Dirac Salatin Bacara Prophet Ibrahim, and this may Allah Hema salah they said Bob Bennett I see him Rasulullah Minh home yet to I lay him I take where you are limo home, and keytab I will heck matter where he was a key him Allah sent among them the later generations send among them among them, a messenger from amongst them, who would convey your verses relate the verses of the Quran convey the verses, divine words to them, and do what achieved two things. He said you are leaving home, teach them educate them. knowledge, knowledge internalize the lived by by the way, that's what

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it means not only intellectually know but the conditioning that we spoke about. That you let this knowledge shape you mold you.

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You're in limbo Kitab al hikma the book and the Wisdom why he was a key him and purifies them. Allah mentions the response to this in two places in the Quran. Response to Dr. Ibrahim

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in surah. Ali Imran Allah mentions it and in surah two Juma Allah mentions it and so Tamron Allah says

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the admin Allah and the minion better for him Masuda Mina Hussein yet to do it him. Allah has been generous to the believers as he sent among them a messenger from them.

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Yet to Allah him a yachtie conveys his words to them.

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Why he was a key him

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while you are live Mohammed Kitab P and purifies them and teaches them

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the Book and the wisdom why Allah changed the order of the drought by wine uninstaller to Juma the same order as the second one does Ischia be before knowledge? Why?

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Because you have to unlock that inborn quality because that's the platform on which knowledge rests. If you acquire knowledge, when there is a block blockage in the system,

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who who's going to take that knowledge? You are neffs empowered by shape and so you become a learned person who doesn't fear Allah and doesn't love Allah

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And you know, the corruption that comes from that. And that's what the prophet son described, said, our formula for our own medical pneumonia African alley, Melissa,

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one of the things that I feel most for my owner is a hypocrite who is very well spoken very, the Prophet and said, has a very knowledgeable tongue. Look at the expression, very knowledgeable tongue. Not hot, not that knowledgeable, hot, but a knowledgeable tongue. What does that mean? That means there is a blockage, the knowledge has not gotten into the heart.

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It's only in the tongue, which we today in today's language, we say it's in the head, not in the heart.

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Because for them, when they spoke about the different faculties we had, they referred to the, like, for example, the tongue. And what we call today, it's brain centers, it's all one system, and the heart is a different system.

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Okay, so.

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So if someone is not loving Allah subhanaw taala was not experiencing the love of Allah, you know, there's nothing you can take from outside is going to solve the problem.

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You need some, you need to first identify what's blocking the natural flow of loving Allah subhanaw taala does your natural state find out what that is?

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Remove it, which requires conditioning.

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Conditioning is not like you know, get the get the plumber and they unclog your pipes, it doesn't work this way. It's, it requires some time, you need to do that over time, you need to be consistent. So once you remove that blockage, the natural flow of love of Allah is going to flow into your life and all of a sudden, you're going to see the world different, you're going to see things different, you can understand things different, you will be fresh, things will start to make more sense. You'd have more comprehension.

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Your heart will change.

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This is exactly similar Eminem Paytm talks a lot about this.

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He even says there is almost exact similarity between physical health and the health of the heart.

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Many people think and that's what you know, medicine determined medicine that has taken in the in almost the last century.

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And that's, you know, there's a

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condition of unhealth

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as a medical condition, what do you do try to remove it with external substance medication, given medication give medication.

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Whereas previously, and that's not the right approach to the point that some critics call this symptomology.

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You're focused on the symptoms, and you're trying to treat the symptoms, but medicine in the past, they would look at the symptoms trace, try to figure out what is the root cause and they could actually go many stages many levels backward to figure out what is the root cause of this. And then they would realize, hey, there is a blockage there, there is some problem there, they would treat it, remove it, and health returns.

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So the natural state of the body is Health School, the word public, aka the natural energy of the body is healthy, the natural state of bodies of the body is healthy. When there is no health, there is something contaminant that has blocked something that has slowed down the system or blocked it completely. That's why there is unhealthy remove that most with most people, it's overeating and it's eating the wrong stuff. Today, a lot of people have a lot of conditions, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart conditions,

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issues with memory,

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you know, joint joint pain, and so on and so on. All of those diseases, a lot of them, change your diet. All of a sudden, all of those have gone. Almost all of those are gone. I'm not a medical doctor or practitioner, but this is something that has been a trend recently in,

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in medicine and in nutrition. This is exactly how spiritually we work. You love Allah subhanaw taala that's what your life is about. This is the goal. This is the journey of your life. There is a pool that love of Allah pulls you towards Allah it propels you towards Allah subhanaw taala so gives you the mobility. Now, that's what life really is about. But there are emergent

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obstacles or hindrances and these are, could be harm from outside could be physical harm, mental harm, emotional harm from people from Shayateen from the society

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From the system from the

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from the economy from every anything, you ask Allah to protect you from that harm, so rotten Philip. But there is the harm that could truly stop you from Allah subhanaw taala. And that's the corruption of your heart in your heart.

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That's when your heart goes corrupt. And it doesn't love Allah anymore. It doesn't want Allah anymore. It loves sin more. It loves evil, more. Its judgment, its taste has been altered.

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How does this happen through shape on? How does she plan to do his work? whispers he throws so much stuff into your heart. You know, they say they have those statistics. There's different numbers, but roughly one of the most commonly quoted ones is that every day you have about the average person has 60,000 thoughts that go through their mind in a day.

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That's a recognized number.

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60,000 thoughts? That's a lot.

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How many of them are from Japan?

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Most likely 99.9%.

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A lot of times people say oh, that's my idea.

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That's my conviction. That's my opinion. And they don't realize you know what

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Shavon doesn't care about copyrights. If he can take you to the hellfire.

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He doesn't need copyright. You can patent it to yourself, no problem. As long as he could take you to the hellfire.

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He doesn't want a name for it now.

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He knows what you want.

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A lot of people say, Oh, that's how I feel about this. Right? We hear this a lot. Now when people are in Think they are entitled to this. And they think it's their own thought is how I feel about this is how I think about that. This is why I think is true. This is how we think Islam should be this hour think Islam is this Why think Justice is this Why think you know things should be

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and you know what you're not thinking you're just being used by Shavon.

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And that's why Allah said in nice shape on a local model, one factor for you who do well. Chapin is an enemy to you take him as an enemy. Don't grow heedless.

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Don't grow heedless. So if you don't keep yourself in check, no shaytaan is using you.

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Many people have sold themselves to shape on unknowingly,

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unknowingly. And the thing is, many, you know, sometimes we think simplistically about shape or we say, Oh, we think shape. And Thoreau is like a whisper here or whisper there, we find someone who has some obsessive thoughts or, you know,

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obsessive actions. And we think, Oh, that's, that's what was sweats really is. Now, what's worse is happening, probably, you know, 60,000 times in your head a day,

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every day.

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And once you swallow one of them, and you think, Oh, that's my idea, I must be a genius to come up with such an idea. Right? She says, good, but not enough. It makes you think more about it. He'll give you another idea that couples with it.

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Third day, third idea, and so on and so forth. And then he builds a system

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of thoughts, justification, rationalization. And he might even allow you to use your own thought to scaffold it with a more rationalization.

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And an idea from Shaytaan has become so complex. And it's probably taught in universities, which is actually most likely, that's what happens a lot. It's being taught in universities as the philosophy of so and so and so on. So, and it's so elaborate that if you want to undo it, you will need two lifetimes to deal with that.

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That's what's happening with humanity. A lot of people sit in a watch than us and they think they have the solution to the world's problems, right.

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And they think they're smart, probably. But there's another probability that maybe Chapin is just messing with you. Why so that you don't think about how to make it to paradise? How to fix your own mistakes, how to repent from your own faults, how to learn more Quran, how to love Allah more, and give Allah more and so on and so forth.

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So that's why so rottenness you need to miss a poll error will be Robin as you recognize your helplessness. You don't even know that she alone is

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Working on you, and that you're working for shape on and he's using you, you're clueless. He's working and he's achieved year after year he's achieving progress. He's working on a long term plan

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and we have no clue whatsoever.

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So we helpless we need Allah will your business mannequin nurse ADA a nurse in sha Allah subhana Salah hell help me like, Allah says shaitan and his troops, his helpers see you, but you can't see them.

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They see you, but you can see them. So we have to be very careful. This is why in Islam, we have a very clear stringent system as to what is true, and what is not what's accepted and what's not. There is science in Africa. Why there is halal and haram worship, the there is a whole system, a very intricate system for how to draw rulings. Then you find someone again who just started whatever like specialty.

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And they tell you not in the Quran, there is no mention of hijab. We don't find that.

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And they think it's their own invention. Now knowing you know that shape behind this is one of Japan's earliest ideas

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from time immemorial.

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You think you're smart?

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You No, this is a trite old idea. But he keeps bringing it back wasting your life with it. We have a system in Islam we have clear scholarship, and it requires a lot of intelligence. It requires dedication, and it's extremely intricate, systematic, very powerful.

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So if you go about the Quran and the Sunnah, trying to draw conclusions by yourself, you're gonna go wrong, because Shavon has got a very light again, sorry. It's just like, someone plays chess. That's what Shubin is doing with many people and they think that doing good they think they know what Islam is. They think they can, you know, understand Islam without knowing, you know, the background sciences for all of that. So that's why we need we need protection. We need protection.

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Okay, so I think that's enough with these sources. So inshallah we're gonna go back to the more straightforward now, manner but again, remember,

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your path is to Allah, the love of Allah pulls you towards Allah Subhana Allah to Allah there are two dangers external dangerous circumstantial, call them right? These are things that could slow you down, but again, you could probably push against them, but you need Allah's help to protect you from them. But the most dangerous that Surah to develop protection and solitude for luck. The small serious harm is the corruption of your heart when your engine you know, breaks down

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falters, the pistons don't fire

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and that's the problem that's saltiness you want you don't want your plant to ruin you know, your your your engine.

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Okay, so we go to surat al Mehsud Ozora Tibet,

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Cyril Salah Tita, but to him Akia Smilla Rahmanir Rahim, Tibet Theodor Abele had been whatever man of honor and Omar who want to accept so yes sir now on that one Marathi who have a little help on Fiji the hablo min Mehsud Abu Lahab who are among Nabi SallAllahu, Marathi he was telling them what can actually be done either or what he went the yet he didn't Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said a fee hidden while a Hemi yet one little karate Abba hula for them hula hula we had them in our them, and Liddy who was his uncle, yo, middle tier.

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Bismillah R Rahman Al Rahim. Abu Lahab was the paternal uncle of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was extremely hostile and tried his utmost to harm the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, for he had no fear of Allah or respect for ties of kinship. May Allah curse him. Allah criticized him in these harsh terms, which are a source of disgrace for him until the Day of Resurrection. Allah says, passbook thought together Abby, Ben, what's a hozelock Theodor who was happy? Yeah,

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whatever phelim Yoruba

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man of honor and whomever who a lady can earn the who.

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What America Saba who fell in Europe Dan on sheet I mean, he is nestled

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so yes, learn out on data lab. A set to hit will be narrow mean collegia

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Allah says

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In May the hands of Ebola hub perish, that is, may he be wretched and doomed, and may He perish and never prosper. Neither has wealth that he has with him, and that caused him to transgress, nor his gains will avail him none of that could ward off any of the punishment of Allah from him when it befalls him. He will burn in a blazing fire, that is fire will surround him on all sides, him and his wife the carrier of firewood.

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who owe to him manner that hottub what can add a bunch add the Yeti the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Twitter I want to hear was able to her underneath me 101 We're told the chakra what has to do. I think if he had the usual Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we're touching metal Allah Allah hurry mean and Ozeri women Zerah Tim and Ujima will help cut the hole for your own Okay, he had biller I mean method a Human Leaf I

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mean Aneri I'll help others Oh Jaya with Turkey that would happily that and ironically hablan min method

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if he had his salty area tuned by hello to Minaya Tila so in the lions and how the solar would have been brought to them Yeah, DECA was

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another massive event if you nerdy what a good woman I mean, let's see me daddy can not gonna use the man for what

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the movie was shahada,

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his wife the carrier of firewood. She also tried her utmost to harm the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she and her husband cooperated in sin and transgression as she planned for evil and tried her hardest to cause harm to the Messenger of Allah salAllahu alayhi wa sallam, she carried on her back burdens of sin like one who gathers firewood and prepares a rope of harm fibers on his neck to carry it. It may be that what is meant is that in hell, she will carry fuel for her husband's punishment, wearing around her neck, a rope of palm fibers. Whatever the case, this surah is one of the amazing signs of Allah for Allah revealed this surah when Abu Lahab and his

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wife had not yet died, and stated that they would inevitably be punished in the fire, which implied that they would not become Muslim. And events unfolded as foretold by the nor of the unseen and the seen Jews o'clock.

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So again, this is about the uncle

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of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ebola Lahab

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his wife, and we know that they harm the Prophet SAW Selim a lot. When the Prophet Salam first made the Dawa public on a suffer, he arose on a sofa, which was more like a hill at the time. And he called on the people of Mecca, and informed them about his mission that he was sent by Allah subhanho wa taala. When the prophets of salaam spoke to them, I will have said Ben deck, and he had a jamatkhana tenant, the word which is in the Surah, the first word in the Surah attempt means to cut off, may you be cut off meaning meaning May you die, your heart your life get cut off, maybe you get cut off from wealth cut off from good, that's what it means. It's like a general Dora of being

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cut off from everything that is good. Taliban. Like for example, law says we're gonna do Apple Care Felina elaphiti. Right. So it is the daughter of Catherine is going to be cut off it's not connected to Allah subhanho wa taala. So there are some narrations in this era that the wife of Abu Lahab used to carry, again, firewood and harmful thorns, placed them at the doorstep of the prophets of salaam that once he steps out of his house, he stumbles on them, or he's harmed by them. So, some say this is why the surah mentions HANGED MAN AT hilltop, she's the woman who carries the firewood and all of this harmful substance. It applies both a lot of you know in the Quran, there's a rule. If something

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applies literally and figuratively, we entertain both meanings.

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But there are moments when other instances when a verse cannot apply.

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Literally, it has to be

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taken figuratively

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as a figure of speech. There is a science again, this is not a random thing. There are rules there are science so that we don't fall in contradiction, and we don't negate something that is confirmed and

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By Allah subhanho wa taala. And this again shows here shows the punishment. This is not only for Abu Lahab there's a lot of people who are followers who take the example of Abu Lahab and his wife to varying degrees. So now we take the benefits for our time. Don't be a source of harm

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to someone who's doing good.

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This could be out of jealousy. Sometimes we do this to the people who are the closest to us, within our household, within our family, out of hate out of jealousy, some people, you know, they can't rise. They can't do much in their life, but they don't like that other people do good things and gain prominence. So they can only feel good about themselves and they can only feel that they are important by putting others down

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because it's always about comparison.

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So be careful humans are prone to harm by the way. We we often take our innocence for granted, but this is not an easy thing we are, you know we are

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susceptible to Chapin's deception.

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We are susceptible to shift sometimes you think you are actively engaged in solving a problem when you are actually making it worse, when you are convinced that someone is oppressed when this person is the oppressor, and there is no shortage of people who can play victim when they are the oppressor.

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So you think, Oh, I'm doing something great. I'm helping an oppressed person.

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And that person uses you to harm other people whom they claim who have hunted, you end up harming other people in the name of defending an innocent person not knowing you've been taken for a ride.

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So it's extremely now Abuja was taken for a ride by Shavon.

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Sometimes it happens directly by Shavon. But sometimes it happens through immediately, which is a human being. So you need to be very careful. And that's why you know, the prophets of Salaam, often when he starts a speech, he would say when are all the biller him and sure, Ori and fusina. And we see commerce protection from the evils of ourselves yourself has a lot of potential for harm, you are a very complex machine. And you could sometimes you just miss one point and you could create a huge mess out of that. So be careful. Act with knowledge, act with wisdom, act with care. Always hold yourself accountable, keep yourself in check.

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Under unlike an old The reason I'm emphasizing this is that we live in a time today, when everyone from a young age is taught to be a freedom fighter,

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when they know nothing about freedom.

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A lot of those who claim to be human rights activist a lot of those who claim to be social activists.

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A lot of them haven't even figured out what it means what's good and what's evil. And they automatically, you know, swallow something from someone that they admire or trust. And it seems to make sense to them. But because they haven't done the homework, but they are so hasty to create an imprint on the world, right to make their dent create make their dent in the world.

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They want to build theirs their personal glory.

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So prematurely they get into a complex world with a very simple naive idea,

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not realizing that they are causing more harm than good.

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This is what is the point here.

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Humility, humility, keep yourself in check. The prophets I seldom said I mean Allah Matsa

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Elijah bocalee, the Iranian Mirai people become opinionated everyone is so like full of their opinion.

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They admire their opinion, like they look at their thoughts. Say, oh, that's genius. That never happened in the history of humanity.

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Not not knowing it's, you know, it's a bunch of contradictions. It's complete nonsense, fueled with an immature

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desire to prominence, but it's hidden and subtle. They don't know themselves and they want to fix the world. They don't realize who your partner is messing with them pulling their strings and using them to damage other humans.

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So it's very important to be vigilant, be careful, not jump to conclusions. Take time the profits are sudden when he warned against the high quality he said who told us now these are people who are young and age they engage in public matters in very

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consequential issues, big issues for, for the Society for the nation for humanity.

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When they are still young, they haven't had the experience in life, they have a lot of blind spots. There are so many things they don't know. And they don't know that they don't know them.

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Then they act on what false assumptions. So they wreak havoc in society, in a family in someone's life.

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You know, sometimes you see someone who's suffering and you want to help them out, you want to give them counseling, right? You might actually, you know, cause them real trauma.

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So again, that doesn't mean don't help. But that just means you need to understand life is not

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so simple that a naive mind can deal with it.

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Don't rush into things.

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Don't rush into things, study things thoroughly, carefully. Most importantly yourself and the hidden evils of yourself the prophets of Salaam. There's another drop that we are supposed to say in the morning and the evening, Allah Malema labia shahada felt there was somewhat he will rub the cliche in America

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a shadow Allah Allah.

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We will be coming shortly in FC woman Cherie Shivani wishes

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I seek Your protection from the evil of myself and from the evil of che bong and his traps

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you know, how can we not be better a great companion of the Prophet sallallahu and he said no.

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Witnessed better he was in the Battle of battle. And the Prophet of Islam said, Allah Allah Allah Allah Maluma Shem Tov venue photographer Tula can do whatever you want, Allah has forgiven you I have forgiven you.

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The Prophet SAW Selim was preparing to march to Mecca secretly and he kept the new secret hilltop now rebuilt. What does he do? He thinks of his family over there there's no one to protect them maybe if I tell some people encourage them to protect my family. He thought he was doing good. A miscalculation still he was a wise man.

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So again, don't take life naively Be careful. Be careful. The problem with today's culture is that it throws the especially the youth right into the fire into the furnace before they even know where they're standing. That's the problem that's the problem.

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So there's a lot to learn in life.

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The experience is important the prophets on said Al Baraka trophy okay bureau of cavalry come, the blessing the real Baraka the goodness is in the elderly among you.

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Not necessarily every elderly but meaning people have experienced in life, they can make connections that you can never think about, they can see things you're clueless about. So be careful. So again, so everyone could be like Ebola, everyone could act like I will have thinking that doing good so be careful. Be careful.

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And it shows you as well there are going to be evil people so those who say the Allah loves everyone you know, some new Muslim speakers

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I don't want to say borrowed this but stole this from Christianity from Catholicism specifically.

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Allah says Hola, hola. You should will Catherine and Allah does not love the COFA clear like what else do you want? Oh, Allah loves you. How do you know? Allah Allah is good and the people of good no one has a guarantee that they are good. That that's only not on the day of judgment but we hope for Allah's love. We live in that hope. We live in that optimism. But say Allah loves you.

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Really like where did you get this from?

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I remember two years ago i There's a book that Subhanallah it's titled was very attractive and i i bought it i regret it. I regret it. It's about the love of Allah divine love or something like that. It has nothing to do with Islam. Don't buy it. It's written by a sister. I don't think she's a sister. I don't I don't really don't think someone who believes in things like that is a Muslim, but again, she calls herself a Muslim.

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It's a best seller but most of the ones who read it are non Muslims who wrote the reviews so be careful.

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Alright, there's no promotion to the booth. This is a deep promotion.

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gelatin within Bihan Allah my adoptable, Eric

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim in this surah there is glad tidings and an instruction to His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for when those Glad Tidings come to pass as well as a hint alerting him to what will result from that fellow Beshara to he'll be Charlotte will be in a thriller he the rasuluh he was a TV marketer with the holiness if he didn't allow him to behave we are going to cathedral men who mean he one sorry, that doesn't can mean either.

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the glad tidings foretold that Allah would grant has helped to His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam enabling him to conquer Makkah, and that the people would enter the religion of Allah in multitudes, so that many of them would become his people and his supporters, after having been his enemies, and what was foretold came to pass with regard to the command after the divine help and victory came to pass a law commanded His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa salam, to give thanks to his Lord for that to glorify and praise Him and to seek his forgiveness

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when Malaysia Allah to fit in if you dedicate your shower or teeny shower to be an estimate oneness already has a dean why is that in the household? It is behavior Hamdulillah he was still 30 Min was already

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for in her Amina Shoukry Allah we are all in Chicago Mala as Eden Nico, walk on the water that Daddy Daddy gave him an unholy rush you didn't know about the hump you had the Illumina let me as a nostril Allah He musta MedDRA had there was Islam or Isla Mala Mia so he didn't know me know at the end. What the How the fee mana medical fee he had heard that I mean Illuminati mahal fit Emery Lahemaa Abdullah Humala who will be to federal bill Kereama, watershed total Emery, the how Salama Hassan

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as for the hint there was there were in two there were in fact two hints, the first of which was the divine support of his religion of this religion would continue and increase when His Messenger salAllahu alayhi wa sallam glorified and praised his Lord and sought His forgiveness, for that is part of gratitude as a loss as elsewhere. If you give thanks, I will shortly give you more. And that indeed came to pass during the time of the Rightly Guided caliphs and afterwards, divine help for this OMA continued and Islam attained a success unmatched by any other religion until the OMAS. attitude changed and they began to behave contrary to Allah's commands. Then Allah inflicted upon

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them division and disunity, and there happened what happened. When that I had a failure. The Almighty will have the Dean Rahmatullah he will look for he managed to bail out your door often higher, when Malaysia was too thinly veiled. Insha Allah to either an agile Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I could cuddle with Donna. Well what do daddy can Romola hold on hold on fell they don't XM Allah who be what are the I O hidden more on file data Dr. mobilicity Alpha Kosala T will have G or V Retallick. For Amarula Hera was surely he will having dualistic affair if he had the inherent issue about on either edge in an agenda for yesterday they were to really be we actually

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met Omar who will be avala Maaji to host Allah Wa la he was he the kindness of Allah who I didn't he was sending me one way

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that he can for you so that you could only afford a fuel court he was with God Subhan Allah Allahu Allah will be having the savannah Colombo behenic Allah homophily.

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Yet despite that this OMA and this religion continue to receive of the mercy and kindness of Allah, that which never crossed anyone's mind and could scarcely be imagined. As for the second hint, it is a hint that the death of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was approaching. This may be explained by the fact that his life was a virtuous life as Allah swore by it, and it is known that virtuous matters end with pleas for forgiveness, as in the case of the prayer, Hajj, and so on. So Allah's command to His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to praise Him and seek his forgiveness in this situation was a hint that his life was coming to an end. So let him prepare and

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get ready to meet his Lord and and his life with the best deeds that he could do. blessings and peace of Allah be upon him. He compiled with the Quranic injunction and start

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Ready to say that in his prayer, he would often say in his bombing and frustration, Glory and Praise be to you Oh Allah, Oh Allah forgive me.

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Okay, so Surah Nasser was revealed after, again for Tanaka, the conquest of Makkah, more towards the last few months of the life of the prophet Sallallahu sallam. Again, it refers to the victory from Allah, the blessing from Allah, which is conquest of Mecca, and that people were flocking into Islam after Fidel Matka these people were the enemies, the opponents of Islam, and the Prophet sighs. So they ended up being the supporters and the carriers of Islam. And subhanAllah. This repeated itself many times, it repeated itself many times we have a clear example in history is the, the Mongols, who came from, again, the Eastern, from the east, the Far East. They came to destroy ruin, whatever

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was, you know, on their way, including Muslim populations, Muslim civilization,

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and SubhanAllah. They themselves ended up becoming Muslim, becoming some of the greatest heroes of Islam they established Muslim kingdoms and their traditional tended to Islam and they became like one of the again, greatest sources of power military power to the Muslim ummah. So a lot of the Muslims who live today in Turkey, Asia Minor, all these other vision, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, even

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Sorry, I'm not going to mention all of them, because I won't be able to recall but again, a lot of these people even Chechnya, a lot of areas in Russia, as well, this is mixed blood, a lot of that is mixed blood. Part of that was in all of the Mongols became Muslim kings. And they helped the they supported the the Ottoman Empire in some of the most critical moments. They came to its help and rescue, they, they almost destroyed in the Russian

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dynasty. So again, subhanAllah, the people of Makkah, they were the enemies of Islam, and then they ended up being the carriers of Islam around the world. So Allah subhanaw taala told Prophet Muhammad SAW Salam, since Allah has given you this blessing.

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So turn to Allah with what said behind the Arabic I was stuck federal in Canada, whether that's how we do when we fulfill a great mission for the sake of Allah, a great act of worship, what do we do? We glorify Allah and we seek his forgiveness. So after Hajj Allah says for example, later monastic stuff

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someone helped me out certain Bacala

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not in the system

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and all there is just stuff

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it's not that stuff anyways, so there is a point where Allah mentions after head you make a Stefan

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you make is the far right after great acts of worship there is the Fallen here he mentioned a Salah will hatch after Salah you say stuff for Allah stuff that a lot of stuff your hola hola Manta, Salam o Minca, salaam Tagalog, then Jelani one EComm.

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Hemisphere have a stuffy Kabila Kabila

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parasol. Okay, so So that's it. Let's stop here and take questions. And sha Allah as we move on. The commentary is going to be shorter but again, I just had to slowly ease out into the more quicker style

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questions and please keep the questions

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within topic within topic and I don't take questions after the class so please apologies don't like don't make it hard for me I don't take questions outside the class if you have a question ask it now. And it has to be about the content of the course. Of course the class today yes

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yes, Phil Murphy lawman Hey through I fell by NASA was Starfield Allah Exactly. For my field woman hater. I felt the nurse was stepped through Allah as you come out from our fat if our from our fat some was deadly for right.

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We're still feel a lot and seek Allah's forgiveness questions

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is it compulsory to have in order to be effective or

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good question when you make dua seeking protection is it compulsory to have your team

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not having Yachty in and again the problem is what do we mean by attain the Prophet SAW Selim says order Allah one two Mogi Nona will call upon Allah when you are in a state of certainty that Allah is going to answer. What is the answer meaning the Prophet son clarified In another Hadith, but here just to answer your question you attain to the best of your ability. You muster as much you attain as you can, but attain about what you ask Allah for a car. You want to wake up you convinced yourself tomorrow I'm gonna wake up and see the car on my driveway.

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That's not yet

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the Old Law of Attraction nonsense, throw it out of the window.

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Again means you know that Allah hears you to her and Allah responds by means of His wisdom.

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The prophets of salaam mentioned in a hadith that when a person asks makes do X and said, Allah answers by means of three ways.

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And Europe Lahoma said a one yesterday for shot one and who shot one Mithila, who

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only had the Fira, Hula, hula, Yeoman PA, either Allah gives the person what he asks for.

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And that's when it's good for him. Because oftentimes, we ask for something and it's not good for us.

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Allah is wrong.

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He doesn't give you something that harms you even when you want it badly. Number two, or Allah could repel a harm that was on its way to you. Obviously, in the layers of the unseen, we know nothing about it, Allah, you know, repelled it

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And you never get to know about that. So the DA has answered that we don't know how. or Allah keeps it as reward and he gives it to this person on the day of judgment. And you know, when on the Day of Judgment, everything is multiplied, some squalid mentioned as part of Allah gives the person what he asked for. It's either Allah gives the person what they asked for, but it could be that Allah gives them better than what they asked for.

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And sometimes you want something and Allah gives you what you don't want, but what you don't want is better for you. And Allah answered your DUA by means of that. So Allah is so generous, not only he gives you what you asked for, but he actually makes a better choice for you. And then he gives it to you. That's the care of Allah. So develop certainty about that about Allah's generosity and response. That's what we're talking about.

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Question sisters, yeah.

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There are things that

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yeah, there are many things. First, it's the work of Chopin.

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And it's the desires, our desires

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when our heart so even if I am gives a very good analogy that should probably make things easier for you. You know, I find I know people love examples, but analogies are more helpful to understand something

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you know, the stone mill, where they used to grind wheat, barley to make flour out of it, right.

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I mean, fame says the heart is like

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a stone mill that never stops, keeps grinding, whatever you put in it.

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So he says everyone has to guard their heart, protect their heart. He says, you'll find the person who's working on the who's operating the stone mill, someone brings some filth and dirt and impurities and tries to throw them in the mill. If he allows them is going to corrupt the flour that's gonna come out of it, it will be contaminated. And it will be filthy and unusable. But the person who's operating it has to be has to ward off anyone who's trying to contaminate it and make sure that only pure greens go into it.

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He says this is the example of your heart your heart is created for Allah to know Allah to engage in what information about Allah which is in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet Salam in actions human engagements that have to do with Allah subhanaw taala which awakens activates the love of Allah empowers it feeds into it.

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That's the natural state just like you, buddy, when you give it healthy nutrition, most likely is going to be healthy. So where would an illness come or a health condition come in? Where would that come in, when you consume substances that are not good, for example, you eat a lot of sugar, refined sugar, what's going to happen, is going to send your system you know, in a state of, of mess, insulin etc, issues, inflammation problems, then, you know, all these conditions are going to pop up everywhere in the body. Same thing with the heart, the more we desire things in the world, even when we call them, you know, because Muslims have to be better than others, and richer than others are

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more successful than others. But that's a way to cover up to, you know, for us to obsess about our own success. If you have done the homework to really to get to a point where your personal success is truly for the sake of Allah in a good for you. But most of those who claim it haven't been there, or not, haven't made it there yet. So when people are so obsessed with things in the dunya, they want and the enjoyment and the entertainment, and all that stuff,

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you're putting so much impurities in that stone mill of the heart, so no good is going to come out of it, that the the that love requires nutrition and the nutrition is what the words of ALLAH tuffa quarrel, that call

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This is how you feed the heart. So examples, again, everything you call personal success. If it's truly not, like, again, there's a lot of deep work that needs to be done. So this can be aligned with love of Allah, but with most people's take it as the default state, because most likely, that's what it is. personal goals, a lot of them we do engage with them as,

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as, as something that competes with what we give to Allah subhanaw taala, something that takes us away from Allah. So we say, you know, let me do this on the side, then I'll get back on the path.

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So these are the things love of the Haram things.

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Any sin that a person, you know, engages in all of that, failing to do an obligation failing to give Allah his rights, allowing all of the nonsense that's around everywhere, on social media, on TV, in lectures in a lot of institutions, education, books, etc. There's a lot of contaminants, there's a lot of poison, if you let it in, what do you expect to happen?

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The natural health of your heart is not going to flow will be stifled. And they will you the person won't feel loved, then they will say, you know, how can I experience who should not give me they think, you know, a lot of people think these things are like technical support, you call the company, and there's just change this change the setting of that and it works. That works with machines, you are a very complex system, this doesn't work with you, you need to undo something, someone who has a real illness, they need to do drastic changes to their lifestyle, if they still have time to start to recover. That's how it works with the heart.

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Yeah, another question.

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How can we know if our thoughts are from or from ourselves? Or like guidance from a very good question? How do I know if my thoughts are? Again? Maybe inspiration from Allah or a good conclusion good thought? Or is it from Shavon? First, you need to be extra cautious. So be to be on the safe side most likely shaitan has something to do with it. But don't just you know,

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cancel it for that.

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Allah gave us what he called an full con. What is the full con?

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Distinguish between truth? falsehood, good, evil? What is it for con? Is the book we call the Quran?

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Can I just go to the Quran and sometimes you can figure out if something is good or not. But sometimes, because we haven't studied enough we haven't studied the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Selim again, which explains a lot of the Quran we haven't understand, understood how to handle the complexity and the huge number of body of texts of the Quran and Sunnah. People think, Oh, we just go to a verse, you know, and just snatch a ruling. Now it's a very intricate process where there's a lot of texts involved. at many levels. Some texts are involved directly in the ruling some texts for more of a frame around it, some of them work more as a general overall background and God

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guidelines. So when a scholar works on something like that they have

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Have a very complex system and undermine the that we have no clue about. So. So how do we know we bring that to the scale of Sharia, Islam.

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And to do that, usually, we need a learned person to help us to help us reduce that complexity. Otherwise, we'll have to learn ourselves. And that takes a long time. And that should be you know, anyone really aspires to do that they should do this. But not everyone is going to do it. So first lol a degree in quantum law.

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So that's it. And

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yeah, but you can't do that with every idea. If we have 60,000 ideas, then that's impossible. But when we we say most of those, luckily, most of those 60,000 are just thrown in the trash bin, automatically, we just forget about them. But the ones that are prominent that we that are repetitive, that are considered persistent, and they keep popping up, yeah, we need to figure these out and not let them you know, germinate and operate unchecked in our system.

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I try to give a balance. No question back to the brothers. Okay, yes.

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I came a little bit late, so forgive me.

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I'll forgive you. But if, if it was answered, I'll say go back to the recording. Bismillah.

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I was just wondering, you mentioned that, in order for us to properly externalize the ability to do most, we have to firstly,

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go through a process of

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cleansing our heart first, first and foremost, so that we can properly internalize it. So how do we like I was just wondering, how would we begin that process?

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Very good. How do we do this scale?

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What do we do? No tips, no technical support here. That's a way of life. If we handle something like technical support, we're not taking it seriously. We're not we don't mean it. This Kia is a lifestyle. So we don't talk about it lightly. We don't mention it as tips. I know we are so obsessed with these things. But believe me, they're not helpful. They are the reason of many. You know, we tried to commercialize

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our practice of the religion make it more like,

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again, technology if quick fix and that just makes things worse. So it says here, do you think a license Prophet Muhammad SAW salam to do Tescan?

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Do you think there is no mention of what should we do?

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Everything Islam is about to skin. But just to make it easy, something to start with, I would definitely recommend to start with fasting, the voluntary fast, number one, number two, you need to take a share of the night, the night prayer.

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And do it in a way where you

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slowly slowly get to put yourself in a state where you are standing. No one sees you but Allah and you are speaking to Allah directly.

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It might sound easy, but that's extremely difficult because you know, the 67,000 Thoughts are going to, you know, create a stampede at the door of your mind at that moment. Because Chapin is going to work like full capacity, full blast at that moment.

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So what are you going to do is not give up, because it's going to be hard the first few times, but keep doing it. Keep doing it. Keep doing it until you get to a point where you at least start to feel that you are standing alone in the present Presence of Allah and enjoy the fact that no one knows about it, and that no one will ever know about it. And keep it as a secret between you and Allah. If you keep doing that, you know, a door has opened for you and you don't need to ask me or anyone else.

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Okay, and I think I mentioned

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I think it was Fiona Foley, who said that I struggled I pushed myself to pray the MLA for 20 years.

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But then I in after 20 years I started enjoying it for 20 years.

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20 years. Yeah.

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One more question, then we will give it to the other

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questions. Is this a question? Question? Yes, go ahead.

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can you say the question again

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It's a very good question but I missed the middle part of it go ahead

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did I say that the Muslims or the OMA change their attitude towards Allah

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ah Okay, so first this is not me.

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This is the book, okay, this is the book and this word very good question very observant, mashallah, this comes in a context. So it's linked to the things before it. So yes, the OMA but again, what he means, you know, big segments of the Ummah have fallen to this mistake.

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So an example of this, I'm just trying to find the,

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you had the terminal makalah.

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people used to live by Islam.

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And then they stopped living by other systems of court systems, or the government systems, other personal systems, they started changing their ways, right? These are examples, people, women, some women stopped wearing the hijab. Some women stopped taking care of their responsibilities. Some men stopped taking care of their family, they started wasting their life, maybe drinking, partying and so on and so forth. They stopped learning the Quran implementing it in their life. All of these are examples. See?

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Good question, Michelle. Like Jacqueline lockout, may Allah reward you.

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copy but it's all over the internet. And I assume I assume that if the publisher has an issue, he would have made it clear. But again, I know that copyrights with Muslims

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you know, it's it's a desperate state so anyways, but at least read read those who can read the Arabic please read the Arabic We it's very simple. So it really doesn't take five minutes where we're at today. 10 minutes maximum. Does that unlock hair salon?

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