Hadeeth – Episode 21

Muhammad Al Bizry

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Revision of Hadeeth One to Five

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As we said, because we finished all of the, these will hamdulillah. We're going to dedicate today to revision of Hadith one to five. So you can go through these one notes and we're going to go through the book. No, no. Next week is revision of what's in the exam. But we thought we use the time wisely.

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revision is very important. Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah revision of knowledge is very important. As the love doctor, we let them know, noises are the shape. repetition is the mother of memory. True. repetition is the mother of memory. And you find the Scylla often would repeat somebody three times Why?

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Correct. So people can remember and memorize their habit. So repeating things is a very important way of learning. So that's very important. It's often neglected by students of knowledge. And the three ways to revise or there's three ways, among many,

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to retain knowledge.

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That was revised number one, who knows?

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repetition is

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read over and over. That's why if you know, people can, quote, pursue what they read over and over very easily, sort of the loss of the thoughts or the last because people are too lazy to read other sword. They just read. So how are they can restate you know, people have memorized with the fact they have a fire because it's over and over and over? The things you repeat constantly. You will memorize

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numbers. Good, that's an excellent, good teach.

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The scholars would say

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is a lambda

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kaneka lambda.

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Martin O'Hara

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when you teach.

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It's as if you've taught Sorry, it's as if you have learned for a second time.

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That's why a lot of the time you asked me shave questions, and sometimes I'll quote a hadith and is from the top of the head. And you think how do we memorize that it's because they've taught it so often, and so much, they've committed to memory. So teach others teach your children teach sisters, as I said, you may want to get together once a week halaqa for the sisters, and just teach each other everyone dedicates or you dedicate a particular aspect of what you learn to each sister, you allocate something,

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and you go from there.

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Most importantly, implementation.

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And even Mohamed said, I did not record a Hadith, or memorize it, except I implemented it. When you put something into practice, it helps you retain it as well helps you memorize.

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And there are other ways like giving thanks, I lost it. Weather in Chicago

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as either nachum if you give thanks, I will increase EU and law as either netcom it's not just as either an outcome the law is used for four decades guarantee confirmation promise, and it's got known atoki

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lousy then a comb that known in the middle of that word is inserted to give a an emphasis also allows which is promising twice. If you just thank me 100% guarantee or promise you, I'm going to increase you in that. So thank Allah for your wealth to increase you thank Allah for your health, we increase you thank Allah for your knowledge you increase you, thank Allah for your family may increase you and place vodka in there for you. So by giving thanks, Allah will increase. Therefore if you don't give thanks.

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It'll go away, it'll vanish. So thank Allah now for what you have before you are grateful over what you had.

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And that's the catch with show many people, they don't appreciate something until it's gone till it's gone.

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So there's three ways you can retain the knowledge that you have. And I've added a fourth one really which was giving thanks if you want to add that.

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So let's begin with revising the ahaadeeth from one to five from a lot of buying you know, we're first and foremost

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who authored the 40 ad?

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Correct, ma'am and no way. And it wasn't as shoddy as some people say I was a biller, but rather, rather although he had some minor mistakes. When it came to Allah names and attributes, he took knowledge from a membership very, he ascribed to his method and remember sheffy one it was from the IMA, the great Imams and scholars of Anderson noble Jima, and everyone makes mistakes. It's us, when we approach when we come to the mistakes of the scholars, we make draft for them, and we take the good and leave the bad as the saying goes, good ephemera often nearly died. Haha. Adafruit and the rest throw in the fire. When you take some fruit. You don't need everything. You don't need the

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peel. You don't need the seed. You don't need to tweak it only the branch he just takes effort. Equals with everyone take the good leave the bad. Even when it comes to me just because I'm your teacher doesn't mean everything I say is right. I've made plenty of mistakes and I will always make mistakes. That's the nature of the human. However, there's only one man we follow without question. Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam never arise when it comes to the deen.

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So let's revise these 40 Hadith. So remember, no is the author of the 40 and he wasn't the only man to author 40 I had the youth who was another great scholar

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Asante Eben Rajab, he included what he did was, he took these 42 because 42 in the 40. And he added a and he authored a book, you know the name? Okay, I would have been really really impressed. Mashallah. But that's okay. He authored a book called Jeremy and Otto mahakam. The compilation of knowledge and wisdom. Yeah, so that was a book compiled by Roger. So even Roger, he took

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it took the 42

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and he added eight. So that was an Of course you had 50 already in there. So of course, no, we remember no way.

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How many? How often is it 42 so go figure it's actually not 40 and another square scholar was a CLT.

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Element Lima CLT.

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But of course, but of course we only most people know of no way and that's a sign that a lot accepted him. You don't find a message there a bookstore or a mark as a reason to accept that has the books of this great scholar and Imam and know where to lie?

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Why did he compile the 40 100?

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Why did he compile the 40 100?

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Based on a hadith Yes. Where the Prophet said sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who ever compiles 40 a hadith Hamlet Lucia it will get my intercession

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that was I think

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it's a little cynical you know it's actually a week headed that's a week headed Yeah. However, I never know we may have not known some brother asked me how did not know bro. Well firstly, he didn't have over the hobbyist on his iPhone, right? We can download everything. In one go. There's many times this goes to make mistakes. So that's a weak Hadith whoever compiles 40 a hadith will get the Prophet intercession. So he he did it he based this book on the Hadees although it's a weak Hadith and Mohammed still as we said, is accepted to Charlotte with Alaska. So let's let's begin now, the first Hadith is about what

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your intention having a pure intention with all of your actions, all of your actions. And it's the first Hadith in numerous books what are three that we mentioned?

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Good so this haddie which is number one in a no way is also the first Have you seen alcohol

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and Riyadh Sala hain

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as a Muslim, what's the first Hadith

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correct Hadith jabril. The second half is from this book, which we're going to take second book, the second half of now is is about jabril that's actually the first habit of Muslim and then we said that the first and second Hadith of the 40 go hand in hand with the first hadith of Bokhari and Muslim respectively. And that was a great journey of course from his wisdom or him of a lot

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and this hadith that the the Baba intention is very important. What is the Lima Mohammed say about this hadith?

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you referring to? Okay, good. He said yes. He said the whole religion revolves around three. That's what he said. Model Islam. Allah philosophy I had it. The whole religion is revolves around three Hadith. This is the first

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so if you had to summarize the religion in three or Hadees, you will do this. So Mr. Mohammed said, Madame Islam Allah Allah Dr. Haddad.

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The whole religion revolves around three Hadith. What are the three

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Not to

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correct the first half about intentions.

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Correct? One, five and six.

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The next one was the fifth Hadith in this in the 40 Hadith,

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which is about what? What's the fifth habit about?

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Correct. Avoiding innovations good. And the third Hadith was actually Hadith six.

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No.

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No, always in the vein of how long we've been about Helen. Hello, Amanda madness. That's right.

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Hello.

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Hold on.

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And

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so the whole religion revolves around the screen. These are all in your notes. I'm not, I'm not adding anything, but I'm just summarizing it for you.

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So if you have to summarize Islam, or the Hadith for someone, whether it's your child, whether it's a revert, and you can just explain these three ideas.

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And amazingly, it deals with basically everything in the religion, halal Haram, and everything in between.

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In other words, how you deal with the creator and the creation. Also your acts of worship are covered in howdy five. And of course, making sure every act of worship is for the sake of Allah.

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And what do you remember Shay say about this hadith?

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He said, Yes. He said, haven't had a solo through this hadith is one third of knowledge.

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That was

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why is it one third of knowledge? Because if you look at actions, they're either one actions off

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good Muslims good. So this hadith deals with one the heart so it's one out of three. So that's from the knowledge of any membership fee that's his wisdom. He said this hadith is one third of knowledge.

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And another great scholar said

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if I were to author a book of our put this hadith as the first had eaten every chapter, every chapter every chapter, imagine that every time you read a new chapter, you read this hadith. You open up for the chapter, I will do it no matter what you read, you start you open up the chapter of prayer in MLM Albania, you open up the chapter of Zika in Albania, fasting Hajj, over and over why

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correct because this topic of purifying your heart and your intention enters every single chapter of every single act of worship. That's how important it is. So Panama

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nom it affects everyone. No one is free from

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being Jani. Oh, no one's free from neglecting this topic. Everyone's important that's why even an Imam sofian authority said many islands to shame us of Aliya minniti I didn't treat something more harder on me than my intention Leanna had at the code level Alia diamond because it always changes. You know, you started date for the sake of a law and the people stopped praising you. And then maybe somebody can start kicking in and you know, you put up for example, post on Facebook, it goes viral, everyone shares a sauce into your heart. upload a video on YouTube 500,000 views some react kicks in. So the heart is always changing. And that's the name of Calvin Arabic came from

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the heart. It always fluctuates up and down, up and down. Back and forth turns so the word called has been Arabic actually means to turn to turn now the Arabic Dishman bloober Arabic sweet Yeah, it's turned over literally. That's where the word came from, from the candelabra to always fluctuate up and down. So that this hadith is, of course, our most important the sisters were revising Hadith one to five, because we finished our Hadith and we're continuing Hadith one. Now let's actually start the How did this How did he split into three parts? Yes, if you recall, the first part is the first sentence the second part is the second sentence and the remaining part is there, the third

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part, the third part of the body, and what's the main part of the body?

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The second sentence where Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam said, we're in AML equilibrium and our and everyone will get what they intended. In other words, your acceptance is based on your pure intention or your rejection is based on your false intention. So if you want your deed to be accepted, purify your heart.

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What's the meaning of Nicolas?

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No sincerity. purity. Remember, we said a lot of people translate a loss to sincerity no

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A Christian may have a sincere intention when they are praying. But that's not Hello.

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Pure pure means is free from contamination free from false free from real. It's pure. For example, a lot of just said this is no Quran he says Lebanon hardly saw Lebanon Holly saw pure milk harmless from a loss. Allah Allah He Dino Harless Allah said to a large region is the Pure religion and free from that pure so it

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is actually purity.

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Therefore, you either have your class in action or either once something is tainted with impurity, then it's no longer pure. So, for example, the mind sister for grab this bottle, this bottle, right it's called matte on Harless pure water, once we put some ink in it, some coffee or tea or coffee is no longer pure water, pure water. So what so that's what is lost is a low once purely done for his sake, as the winner. So that's the crux of the Hadith, that everyone will get what they intend. In other words, if you have a pure intention, you'll be rewarded and accepted. And if you don't, it'll be rejected. And then also, like gave a an example of a person with a good intention and a person

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with a bad intention. In other words, one who made hijra for the sake of marriage? No.

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As for the one who made hydro for the sake of Allah and His messenger? Yes. So the sola from his excellent teaching methods, he gave an example and that's from of course, he's beautiful techniques in teaching others. So that's how we should be if you're teaching something to someone, and they're like, looking at you with a blank face, give them an example. Give them an example, the scholars would say, Bill, I'm 30 different McCall. Examples, make the speech clearer, like terrify the metal. So I give a lot of examples people can relate to. That's why you find a lot of successful. Those who call to Islam, successful machines and teachers, when they talk to people. It's not just book

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knowledge, but they can relate to people's problems. They can give worldly examples. They can relate to people's personal lives. And that's what you find a speaker's like a chef and what he does is very well and and others you find that they relate things to you. And when you're listening to them you think so panelist like he's talking to me, you feel like they're talking to you. And that's, that's amazing. That's a very good quality that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had.

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So that's the crux of the Hadith, which was that everyone will get a reward based on their intention. Now, we said, If you start a deed, with purity, then hamdulillah if you started with a pure intention, it's accepted. What about if a person doesn't start a deed with a pure intention for the sake of Allah is the date accepted?

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If they start now, once you start on the wrong track, that's it, you can't fix it that day needs to be done. Basic. If you want to purify your intention for the day to be accepted, do it again, do it again. So if a person starts the motive for the deed, is to show off projected the motive of the dailies for fame rejected the motive of the date is for the dunya No. So ensure you always start a date with a pure intention if law What about if you've started great, but halfway through showing off may start to kick in? Is it accepted? Yes, and Hamlet, but the reward

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is right decreases according to the level of showing up. So if you start for the sake of Allah great and halfway through you start to feel showing up. Oh, there is a difference of opinion on this matter, but it seems most correct, it's accepted, but the reward will diminish diminish that's what also was said a person will be rewarded for their prey a third of his a quarter of his a fifth of the 16 went on and on and on other words, there are things that took away from the reward could have been showing off etc. But if you start the deed for other than Allah sake get rejected based on the other hand is recorded. Well, I lost it and I want to shoot Okay, and it should. I'm the most

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wealthiest departments Minami laminins ashrafi. Him. I've already talked to OSHA, whoever does an action and Associates a partner with me that I left him and his partner if him and his association. So if you start a date for famous showing off, no,

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no, no, there's no reward in that for that person.

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Okay, good, then inshallah, because it's not a continuous acts, where it's not as if that once you start, you can't stop. Then what you do then from the next class, you renew your intention, or even that same class, if it says, Now I'm going to renew my attention. I'm here for the sake of Allah. We actually talked about this when we spoke about, Okay, what about if you've started the date? Great, and then you feel showing off? What can you do? We said, if it's a continuous date, or non continuous date, you remember now what's an example of a continuous

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Obviously,

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fasting, once you start, you can't stop, you can't break your fast. Another one

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continuous

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prayer, once you say Allahu Akbar, you start to pray, you can't stop unless there's a valid shadow reason, continuously. If you feel that you're showing off during that deed is continuous, you can't stop, you have to fight the soul and continue to try and strive towards removing those feelings of showing up. What about if it's a non continuous deed like

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reading code, and you can stop and start whenever you want classes, you can come in and out of the class whenever you want, you can attend this week, you cannot attend next week. So continuous, right? So therefore, therefore, if it's not continuous, what you should do is stop, renew the intention, purify it, start again, starting.

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And at the same time, sister, sometimes people start things not for the sake of Allah. And over time, they improve and that's fine, even when the profits and loss and then we'll accept people Shahada. In the beginning, a lot of people wanted to accept Islam because they wanted money. So it was giving up money and giving us sheep and in the beginning, they don't have to basically have all the conditions of the Shahada, right as some people think if you don't have all if you don't make all conditions of the Chateau seven uric acid, some people might come to the dean. I know they they love the dean, but they're not totally convinced of everything. They think they should have an

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overtime overtime then, and Hamza, they fix up this room. You can't expect everyone to be perfect in the beginning.

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So that's, I think that we've covered everything.

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Yes.

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We said, Now let's just say your deed is done well, hamdulillah there are things that can route that can ruin your deed completely or reduce the reward. What are they? Among the things that can reduce the reward or cancel that the date

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we're talking about the date is done already. So something can happen afterwards that can nullify it.

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Showing off is doing is no different referee. Now there's something else that's connected to.

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And man, good man is to remind others of your favors to confer your favorite.

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Remember, I did this for you remember, I bought you lunch last week? Remember, I shouted you dinner. Right? And this happens. A lot of spouses are just so much for you. Well, how dare you speak to me like that, you know what I've done for you? Right? And men? Yeah, that can actually nullify the date. Don't remind people of your favorite colors you've done for the sake of our labor. And another one another nullify of the deed is comes from Todd Java, to become impressed with yourself amazed. He done the day you gave a talk, Brian, all the sisters talk at a town Mashallah sister now met Johnny gave a talk last week. And it's a talk of the town he started well, you know, it's not

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default impressed with yourself.

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quite smart. But you don't realize that any, and who made you doubt flourish? It's

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there's no room for being amazed and impressed with ourselves. No matter what good we do, it's from Allah.

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And that's amazing, that allows us to judge for example, he's the one who blessed us with wealth, he asked us to give, and from his blessing we gave any place Baraka in our wealth. And he accepted that date, and he multiplied our reward, and he gave us more wealth. And that's all from the means of educating the parent a lot. So where's room for in amazement, in Everything I have is from Allah. And when I give, there's no guarantee he's going to accept it. But he does anyway, out of his mercy. And then he multiplies the reward and he gives me more wealth. So it's all from Allah. And that's why I saw a man arrested him said, every act of praise I give is deserving of another act of praise

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for the former. So every time I said Hamdulillah, I should say Alhamdulillah, again for allowing me saying I'll have the hill That's amazing. So there's no room to become a priest. So we said, What can nullify your deed conferring your favors, man, and the third one was yet sins in injury and harming others? So those are the things that can nullify your deed. All right, the free summary.

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Okay, we'll get to that in a moment.

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There are things that can nullify your date afterwards. The first was becoming impressed with yourself.

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amazed with oneself, not arrogance and pride.

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And we said second was a man reminding others of favours

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and 30 it is harming injury to harm others. Allah said this in the plan

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can be manual ever don't nullify

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So the cost your charity, with men reminding people gave me so much money and ever harming. And it's and I gave an example shrimp in Egypt where a lot of the time brothers when they'll give sadaqa to a poor person, they'll give soda, but they'll never fight. So therefore by following up with harming them, they'll say You filthy 123 or go get a job. Or you low life. No, it's better as a lesson. Ola maruf Hi Roman. So the continuous bow However, it's better to not give better to say a nice word. Allah bless you May Allah grant you provision. May Allah help you that's better to do that a nice word and not give a 70 because even the nice word is charity, then to give and follow it up with

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insults and mockery.

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She had one for sorry, we'll take her and then we'll take you.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, you're happy. But you're you're reminding yourself that from Allah, you're happy that you're here. You have the seeking knowledge, you're happy that you're worshiping a lot. You're happy, the different Yes, you're happy. But you're not. You're not impressed in yourself thinking it's all from you.

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So I'm so knowledgeable, and it's because of my own intelligence. You're happy that Allah has granted you knowledge, but you realize that it's from him? So let's see the difference.

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Exactly, yeah, allies.

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It depends. It depends how you're saying it. If you say, for example, come the come, we can offer you the best service and you realize that Hamza from Allah, He granted you the ability, as I was saying, in an arrogant way, becoming impressed with yourself. It's basically you believe, and you know, that it's from Allah from your own self. Whatever blessing you have, it's from Allah. But when you don't believe it's from Allah, it's from you. That's what we're talking about. So when you start thinking, it's from your own intelligence, it's your own skills, but rather, it's from Allah, every good that you have a lot

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better to keep away, but to keep away. But if you're a parent, and you're reminding your child remind them of, for example, the dutifulness, towards parents, and that's different. So a lot told you to do this and do that as a parent, you're in that position. But when you're saying as though I deserve, and this is what I've done for you, and how do you speak to me like this, or how, or I deserve, it's better to avoid that type of speech to better to avoid, but if you're talking from work, if that's what you mean, dunya is different to Dean, I'm talking about Dean

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dunya is different. You're at work, and you go to your boss and say, Look, I've I've worked five hours, and the only the only payment was for now that's a right that you have to take back that's different. That's different. We're talking about acts of worship, you know, and so forth. That's what we're dealing with.

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Yes.

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What did they say? The title? What?

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Yeah, you have to say it.

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Unless sometimes they're saying it to remind themselves, I'm doing it for the sake of a line. It depends really on the purpose, as we said, data about why intention?

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You don't have to say that's true. You don't have to, but it depends on if a person does say it. Why are they saying?

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So it really depends. Every situation is different case. It really depends on the end, really, it's it comes down to the intention, a learner's intention. So those are the nullifies of a deed.

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And then we'll talk about finally know got to

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walk can increase the reward.

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Right?

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Now, what increases your reward is not sincerity, a lot of people think the most and see the more reward No, you either have it or you don't like

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you either have it or say, oh, I've got more work than you sister.

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You either have or have your class or you don't. So what is it then, as the sister said,

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Good. Sit plasm number one among many things, strength and resolve.

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For example, you've got a firm resolve determination, you're going to come to class no matter what your boss calls you up, say, look, can you come in today, I'm going to give you double time and a half not coming to class, as opposed to another person who comes going through the motions. So the one who's got a stronger resolve is going to come is going to get the high reward. high reward

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Yeah,

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Good, correct. It is part of it. Another one was

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difficult in Morocco good. Because it also said this he said and Andrew Allah Potter in Morocco, the reward is determined on the level of hardship, the mojarra, the more reward. So sister and sister, we both come to the miaa College, but one of them is doing it tough financially. One of them got kids, she's doing it hard. It's hard for her to get here, there's enough travel, but she comes anyway. But the other sister, it's very easy for her to come. They both rewarded, but the one who has harder is getting more reward. Because despite all of those obstacles, she's still coming along. So the more difficult something is the more reward they say. But that's not favor. You know, if it's

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more difficult, more or I want more reward, well, there's another way for you to get more reward. We said number one sorting through resolve

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number three,

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crucial

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submission, humbleness, humility.

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So you're here and you're paying attention not on my phone, Whatsapp, Facebook, and I'm here concentrating and I'm taking it all in and and i'm you know that you're here for us. For the sake of Allah and you're here why being here it's an act of worship.

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Now, two people can be praying we gave the example where sister a sister See, or sister a sister be praying. Same prayer, same units, same Masjid, same row, everything's the same on the outer, but in the inner world of difference. One of them is crying on the inside focusing on the silo thinking about a loss and thinking about standing before him on the debt judgment. And sister B's thinking about what I'm going to have for dessert when I give him a big difference. So it looks the same on the outer, but on the inner you're different, thus that'll increase the reward. So there are many things that can increase your reward. We only mentioned three of each to keep it short.

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And that's what difficulty for example, fasting and Sydney's different than fasting in Egypt. Egypt was very hard and fast, low awkward, long hours, extremely hot, and

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very, very difficult circumstance. So those people get more than one. That's from the mercy of Allah. So let's have this one. And let's as we said, there's a lot of revision because that Hadith is very important and actually took us three weeks if you recall, those two had these two.

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had these two this hadith is called what

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has to be the Troy

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mazing Hadith who narrated this hadith

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Mr. Rolando and Omar

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had something had a very special quality the other reading the face what's that called?

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For Asa good

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so when he saw this man no one knew

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and if we didn't know he must be traveller yet didn't have signs of travel no luggage share the the whale the CF very white clothes should either so where the shark jet black hair now you really sort of suffer he doesn't have the traces of travel well I had no one knew him. Who is this man for I'm honored to be amazed that this individual must be an important man must be a great event and that's why he said his father Island he didn't say his project is different they both translate to mean in English. A man came but Bala is different from Jeddah and that's different from atta Think of it as levels atta to come Germans to come follow means to come however in Arabic is a big difference attr

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is usually used for something which is not a small event or to come with ease Java is for huge event or to come with hardship either through low effort the victory of a lot can come easy it's going to come off the sacrifice jet was used

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and then Bala is also used for great events Bala Elena Rajan that's why to Laura chumps is used for referring to what sunrise because Tibet great event

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for the Al Badr Elena, what's the machine of the Prophet? Yes, who came the Prophet Mohammed Salah Allah tala, I see. So tala is also used for something big something great. So I'm going to use the following logic. That's the from the gems of the word that he used for the lotto. And so this man who was a

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wrestler, and he came and what did he do?

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Before that

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he sat before the Prophet good and how did he say

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another look but a look at Nathan

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Walker aka Fei Li Li and he put his hands were

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correct. On his own thighs you believe Ali Salim put his hands on his own fires and we gave the the link for that first in Arabic. In Arabic, it doesn't make sense for the pronoun, him or his to refer to Mohammed rather when it's unknown or refers to the closest one mentioned who was being made.

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So according to Arabic grammar, it's it's correct to say his and also logically, if a person wants to sit before you most of the time, they're not going to put their hands on your thighs, your knees and we're like that, right? It seems really strange. So it's weird. It's uncomfortable and also uncomfortable for the one doing it. So logically, and also based on the rules of Arabic grammar, he put his hands on his own knees in his own knees. And that shows us what you have in common slouch

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as benign Islam, what did he do?

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tentative. So what does that teach you?

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Correct as a student knowledge, it should be attentive manners. etiquettes he didn't sit there slouching and eating and chewing some people during class. And so I teach. That kind of said teacher anymore. I teach. Right? That's how that's how Paul Yeah, school happens. Another say Yo, teach yo.

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People in class will show how when I was giving a lecture one day, brothers are in the back that eating, drinking, sleeping, lying down popcorn, like it's a movie, right? That's not the etiquette of Western knowledge. The student of Mr. Mohammed said, I did not have the guts to take a sip of water in front of mushy

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sip of water. Today, we're not having water. We're having everything above what unless you teach allows, like, I allow you to eat and drink in my class. No problem. But generally, of course, if the if the teacher didn't know, don't do it. Because it's a long day. And I appreciate that use the volunteer I allow, you know, the scholars said in jackboot, on that alone, when the stomachs become hungry, the minds vanish. So I prefer you to come and ate, even while we're teaching our problem, as opposed to sitting there thinking I can't wait for that kebab after class. And I can't wait for you know Mohammed to stop talking. But I'd rather you eat and enjoy yourself. So with manners, that's

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the first thing we learned. And then we talked about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was asked about three matters in particular, before he went on talking about the signs of the Day of Judgment. What were those three matters? Good. Islam, then Eman, then.

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So jabril asked the Prophet about these three things. What is everyone start?

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Islam number one think of as everyone starts as a Muslim, and then you go on to Amen. That's the second stage right movement.

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And then you go into

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something else? How do I reach a son?

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You start by perfecting Islam, then you're a man and then you get to asset.

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And before we get into our son, firstly, Islam, we said, we described oops,

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we described

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the Pillars of Islam are the pillars of a house, we give the parable. And how many pillars five, five pillars for the house of Islam, and the Prophet sallahu wa sallam in Hadith three eloquently said bonier, Islam was built on. And just as you build a structure, you need that strong foundation. Likewise, without the structure, you won't have that foundation. And without these pillars, you won't have Islam. And as for email, how many pillars six.

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So without one of these pillars, it can ruin your email or Islam completely, or it can affect the greatly it can affect the greatly depending on the position, we're going to get into all of the differences of opinion regarding but definitely a person who denies an obligation denies them, that it's good for Australia to deny it. I don't believe in angels. I don't believe in their judgment. I don't believe in the preamble to deny is serious stuff.

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Then, yes. And what is your stand by definition?

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Asante.

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Asante, perfect, a taboo de la Huck and Nicola to worship Allah as though you see him. And if you can't see him, No, he sees you. That essence to worship Allah as though you see him Allahu Akbar. Yeah, that's amazing. And that's what it will pay him said. Imagine when you stand before the pray that you standing before Allah. That's why you should make it when you pray. Don't think I'm praying here in Liverpool and Mia, imagine you're standing before Allah, How different would your prayer be? But do people ask how do I gain who show and my prayer? If you don't understand the Quran will just think of that. Imagine you standing before a lot of people when they stand before a police officer,

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or ACR officer, or government official or the judge right there shaking in their boots as a person. Why don't you have that same humility and humbleness when you stand before a lawyer in the sauna? And even though Tamia said whoever feels the creation, no doubt he has a type of sickness in his heart filled the credo

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RG now what's more powerful to worship Allah as though you see him or to worship Allah as though he says you

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know the first first to worship Allah as though you see him? Firstly, because of the Salah Sarah first. That's the first criteria see the wisdom of Islam into an effort and logically towards your blood. Do you see him? That's a G that's that Oh no, that affects you more as opposed to someone watching you.

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That's what when people for example,

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they they know, they know that someone is there or they can see someone and they're about to commit how long and right then it'll most of the time, you know, prevent them from committing that hurdle. So to worship realize that you see him is more effective logically, the scholars would also say, listen, Haruka macheda

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News is not like seeing

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when you hear of something, it doesn't affect you as much as seeing it. If I told you someone just got killed outside of, you know, Mia in Macquarie Street, right, he got shot in the head, and he's, you know, brains coming up.

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See that no reaction. But imagine you saw it.

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No reaction was, oh my god, right? If you saw someone get shot in the head, and his brain just exploded, you you won't forget that. So seeing it is I like hearing it. So that's why the first part of the statement of essence is more powerful to worship Allah as though you see him. And if you can't do that, then of course, imagine that he sees you.

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And then the Prophet was asked about the Day of Judgment the hour.

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Now did Rasul Allah when there is no injury? No, no. Therefore, whoever claims that they know when the hour is there, Elia straight up because it's the best of men, and the best of messengers, and the best of angels don't know when the dev does minis. And how can anyone else claim next time a soothsayer magician as well I know when the Day of Judgment is before they even finish that sentence that you're a liar.

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And I try to explain that your life No one knows when the hour is except the last. However, there are signs one of the signs. The Prophet mentioned a couple

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correct this generations the slave go will give will give birth to her master or mistress.

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Yeah, Rebecca, Rebecca, her mistress or Master, the slave girl will give birth

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to her mistress or master this generations perfect. Let's just say master for now. Now that has two meanings.

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literal and metaphoric. What's the literal meaning? Literally, she'll give birth to her master that he or she may deliver a person who becomes a king or the halifa. So she literally gave birth to her master and metaphoric. Her son treats her like a slave. disobedience towards the parents. Mommy, sir. Lazy gonna make me sandwich. I was treating mom like a slave. So it's metaphoric and literal.

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Yes, correct.

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Nom, exactly. And that's another meeting. And that's why she up north, it means that at times throughout history, you'll see these signs emerging. And can you say this is exactly what I saw last time? You say it's no doubt from it, but it could get worse in the future. So the second sign was

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the shepherds.

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I said the competing building love disruptors Yes.

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Yeah.

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Right. That's, that's not a sign of

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judgment and implementation. Or

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if that's not what this ad is talking about, I don't know what it is. And if not what they mean, when he was asked about these two buildings, he said, Yes. However, they could get worse and higher. They could get worse in the future, they could get taller. So they can get they have all the desert, they want to go up. They want to make things hard. That's how they that's how these two Yes, exactly.

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Now, how these three

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have these three, how these three, very easy is basically a repetition of how these two so we're done with that. Let's go and have you thought that was easy.

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And how these three was repeated, due to its

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importance.

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Had this forum, maybe we'll have time to Okay, we'll quickly take it for her this fall in summary, talks about two main matters.

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Creation of the human

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and a very important principle

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that, yes, today's about bother endings.

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As for the creation of the human,

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam mentioned the three stages of the creation, what were they?

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Correct.

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Stage One was not fun.

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Alpha and

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good stage one or not. So what's the NOFA

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good drop and it can be understood as spam drop or

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drop a fluid with little water.

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Not sure how many days 40 days.

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And amazing as this hadith is talking about the creation of man, Abdullah soldiers in Arabia, he starts off by saying in an inner is to remove doubts. He's saying you better believe what I'm about to tell you during the era, that the Prophet is actually going to tell you how the human is created. And he's saying this at a time where they didn't have the modern means of technology and so on. So we have today, RG here, he described it in amazing detail. That's the first one, stage two.

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And what's anaka has many meanings. Correct? Go to a two minute minute demo live a blood clot. And that's the essence of the human. And that's why the scholars of course, that's what they derive that principle because if you know we know as humans, if you lose a lot of blood, you die. That's the essence then an aliquot is also something that is attached.

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And it's not just attached, but it's also

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suspended, it's hanging.

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You know, you could be attached to something but you can also be attached via suspension. And

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it looks like a leech. Allah is actually an Arabic word for the Duda this little worm like creature that lives in stagnant water. What is it also ly intense, so awesome.

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Which one

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direct

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and that's from the precision of the revelation that allows we just gave one of them would have been an Arabic Asante, one of them would have been correct and insufficient, but also is one word and describes all of them. It looks like a leech that is not just attachment suspended from the womb of the mother and it's filled with blood and that's that second that's actually the stage

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the second stage of the human embryo RG RG

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amazing Yeah. You know and just think of this sisters that one day, at one stage in your life you will like this. At one stage in your life you like a leech. So then in salt leeches.

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Stage three, this is also a Jeep, because the Moto as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam described as the third stage model

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it's a piece of meat right? It's literally a piece of flesh that he could have said that automata lab echo said LACMA he didn't

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say moto moto in Arabic means to chew, so it looks like it's chewed up. If he just said LACMA I would have been sufficient, it would have been correct. But he also added that it looks chewed up and it does it looks like a piece of chewing gum, literally a piece of meat and the teeth marks

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and he never speaks Jani. Why am I am defined in Hawaii, in Hawaii, in LA,

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the prophet whatever he says, Is revelation. That's how do you sixth century even if I asked you before this lesson describe for me embryonic development. I'm sure

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most of us will not be able to explain it in that detail even though we've already started this had an incident in Oxford University or Sydney Uni and attained a master's in human biology and physiology. No, no, no. He was a man who couldn't even read or write his own name yet he comes with these amazing miracles a love workflow

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and that's 40 days Yes, each period was 40 days and then what happened after that?

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What is it

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then you settle in a human like an angel is sent and

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your foe now Then the angel

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blows the soul into that embryo

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but that's good Mashallah. you've memorized the Hadith

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That was good.

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Now that's very good Mashallah.

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Whoops doesn't

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it does well light does the angel blows the soul? Sorry. The angel burns the soul into the embryo into the human

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and

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he writes formatters What are they

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good?

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Yes.

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Asante number one, the animal rights provision is second, actually. lifespan how long they'll live third, Amelie deeds, what they will do good or bad. And ceferino side will they be wretched or happy in the hereafter meaning are they going to enter?

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Correct paradise Ohio.

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All of those are written where they're written. Some say on a on the forehead and some say on a thunderation say on

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A paper on both could be

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for his job.

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And both are correct, because it can run it twice.

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And that's when when does this occur? after the conclusion of the third stage? How many days is that?

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Correct? After 120 days, meaning how many months?

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Correct?

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Yes, beginning four months, that's when it is for the LM acid. 120 days have passed, it's not allowed to avoid not allowed a menu element like ignorance. I mean, even if the woman is at risk, knowledgeable, in all cases, 120 days not allowed, because a lot of times doctors get it wrong. And it's happened. They say he's going to die if she delivers insurance.

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And we said that very important principle, not allowed to.

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Not allowed to kill her. So to save the soul. So therefore, if she dies, then a lot to occur. But if we abort at that stage, you've actually killed it, you're the one who killed it.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam goes on to and that's amazing, the angel it comes in. And we know that the angel is sent to the embryo. And then when you are alive, the angel support you as a believer. And then when you die, you know, a lot of talks about the angel that they descend at the time of your death, and in the hereafter none at all yet, or complete hatred, dunya will etc. Will you support us in this world and the hereafter? yonny angels are sent constantly but Allah and it's from his mercy send angels angels angels to support it wouldn't even see your name and say that's a loss compassion to the believers. And then also it goes on to mention about the dates that a person

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may do towards the end of their life. A person can do the deeds of the people of gender, it seems that way. We said it seems not literally that they're doing the deeds of the people of gender and decency then a lot of deceives them No, it's impossible. females have done in us what it seems to be people fleeing to another generation. It seems that during the day those people have genever inside the school for reefer hypocrisy, this really thirsty into jahannam and on the other extreme, a person can live their life during the needs of the people of hellfire. And then they revert to Islam for the last years of their life and then they inshallah Allah enter them. And you have that

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sometimes one reverts or in, you know, the 50s, or 60s or 70s, and they accept Islam hamdulillah.

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That's Hadith for As for 35, we'll summarize it in one sentence for you don't innovate, don't, don't worship a lot of job don't do acts of worship, that there's no evidence for. Because we said all acts of worship are Hello, hello, I'm

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forbidden, correct until you have evidence. So someone's doing without and you say you're not allowed and he says or she says to told me it will show me evidence based on love. No, the onus is on them. If they're doing an act of worship, they need evidence for it. So all acts of worship are forbidden unless you have evidence for but what about will the effects opposite? Correct? Oh, well, the effects are allowed for you eat what you want drinking what you want. Well, what you want worldly affairs talking about except

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Asante, that was the Sharia says otherwise. So you can wear what you want. And the men can wear what they want. But among the things men cannot wear gold and silver because it's headed for that. But in general, you can't say you know that a way this we know that a drink does not unless you have proof and that's from the ease of the religion a large region has made the whole world whole world visible, except for a large budget says what at the W Hotel watershed on only the footsteps of shaitan then follows that which is Hello. So if we need to if we want to worship Allah make sure it's based on evidence as abubaker Adriano said and we'll conclude with the statement, in the name

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whatever well as to remove that there. A follow up solo, an innovative, beautiful statement by Abu Bakar de la

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de la hidden my sisters and Charlotte Allah will see you next week. We'll be on revision next week from there on in szczepanik aloha Mohammed