Universal Principles – Episode 04

Muhammad Al Bizry

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Examples of the Ism (Names & Nouns)

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. Let's start with universal principles we're in week four.

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Today inshallah, we'll start with a quick revision, because last week's content is connected to today's content.

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We looked at last week, how Arabic every single word in this language can be divided into one of three categories. There were an SM, which is a name or a noun, or

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a third, which is a verb, doing wood, and the house, which is a connecting word. Every single one Arabic can be split into one of three categories, and noun, a verb, or a connective word. And according to what we said is a word on its own, it doesn't make any sense, like on or two, etc. So we focused on the first part, and that was Islam. And then we mentioned the properties of that, how to identify them. And then the purpose of that, and then today, we're just going to focus on examples from the Quran and the Sunnah itself

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of the Islam.

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And as we said, in Islam is a noun or a thing, rename.

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I'm going to give you examples from the Quran as soon as you can now connect, and inshallah Tada, you can after that, go on your own, then you can identify the smart, the names and nouns for yourself, and you'll find that it gives you a totally different meaning. That's why the Sahaba were so affected by the plan, because they understood at times they knew that this is a noun had a different effect as opposed to a verb. So they understood it. Well. At first it affected the inner beings. And today, a lot of people ask how come we don't feel what they felt? It's because one of the main reasons we don't understand.

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So a quick revision of last week, we said every single word in Arabic is either

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an ism,

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which is a noun or a thing.

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And a name.

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Yeah, and an adjective as well. That's right.

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And then we said, or a fad,

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which is a verb, an action word, or

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a health.

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So let's focus on the essence.

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Last week, we gave five ways on how to identify and so now there's many other ways, but we just focused on five last week, the five ways to identify what were they quickly? Yes, if a word has

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a Latif and that means

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Give me an example of a word that has

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an island mean perfect, Allah, Al Islam. So it has been 100%. It's a name, it's in Islam. Secondly, it's also allowed to be another example.

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What's the next thing we said? So that's at the beginning of the word, what about the end of the word

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10 when it gives you the answer, or in correct own sound

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that's 10 when as double dominant, or double kasra or double Fatah, if it has that you 100% can identify and be sure that it is an SM also, it's an ism it's a noun. Give me an example.

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I've done Islam on

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first loan, kala mon. If you don't have at times, you can place the 10 when depending on the word also why shadow under Mohammed den in the Shahada Mohammedan. That's an example also, Salaam Alaikum. So you can either say AsSalamu Alaikum

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Assalam o Alaikum. So as you can see, one is for the beginning one is for the end. Thirdly,

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another way to identify

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the is

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correct. You can call it using Yeah, Al monada. The year of calling. Give me an example.

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Yeah, he therefore the word is a name. Yeah, Allah. Yami Yami

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Yami. All of those words you can attach to Yeah, you can call it it's a name. It's a Yeah. Yeah. Well, Eddie, yeah, Betty.

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What about? Yeah, Layton?

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No, because we said that is a phrase to indicate regret to indicate sorrow. Like, you know humiliation. Like Yeah, Layton I really stuffed up. So yeah, calling it's a name 100%. What about the fourth way to identify name

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has a plural

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if I would have a plural

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100% that is a name also it is a like the sister said earlier Muslim Moon is a plural

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sure is the role of Muslim

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What about more meaning? That's for a moment. So alone

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Sala so as you can see if a word has a plural, Muslim Muslim own soil so let me know. Yeah no not more than one more than three or more. So if as a plural it's a name also going back to the yeah or about now.

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Fire now sayana

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you can see the Quran Allah says Jana Cooney burden was Salam and Allah.

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Allah codify said be cool, and peaceful on Ibrahim. So now it was, of course a name. And then we said it can be correct. If I word can be shrunk in meaning, not in the number of letters. Then also to name Give me an example.

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Amara no made perfect. So are made means I'm going to give you another example, to fill,

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to file, correct, even

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blu ray. So all of those words that can be shrunk darish.

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Chorus, perfect, those are named 100%. So you say great, I've identified it's a name. And like I said, as long as you find one of these things, then it's a name. It's not as if you if you can't call it, it's not a name, you automatically put an X on an electric field on it. Right now. We'll make them from the verbs. No, you can't make the field this year, ensure that the other properties also do not apply. Before you can identify that it's a verb. So you say great, I've identified it a name. What does that do for me?

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We ended off last week, when looking at the purpose of identifying names. And we said a name indicates servette an STM roar. A name indicates constant nature. It indicates repetition.

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The essence of something.

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And a centum indicator something is more permanent, as opposed to temporary like a verb.

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Yesterday may went for a jog, for example. But it doesn't necessarily mean you're going to do that today or tomorrow or next week. So it's a verb is temporary, while I name is more permanent, is more permanent. So think of it also like a job title, or job title. That's a name. So doctor, plumber, electrician, that's a name therefore indicates that person is doing their particular job or occupation more constantly constant nature, it's more permanent. And they're doing it probably five days a week. So that's what the name indicates that it's done more than a verb.

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That's what we ended up last week. That was really the crux of the lesson.

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That's what the purpose of identifying the name is, once you know the goals of the name, then when you read the ayat and the Hadith, and you kind of pick out and identify the names itself, it will give you a different meaning and a different experience to those words and those eight and a hadith. And I'm going to give you examples of that now. So we've done a quick revision of the law. So let's give examples of the SM based on the Quran and the Sunnah. And as usual, if you have questions, please write it down and leave it towards the end. So we don't take up all the lesson time. And it's more structured that way.

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An example of

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a name, I'm going to remove properties. You need this. Let me know later. And I can rewrite some of them for you.

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First example

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Alhamdulillah

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when you say I'll hand

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is that a name? Alhamdulillah.

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I'll hand

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it sure is a name. How do you know?

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It's a name. So hand hand is the name because it takes ella tarrif as we said, so now you've identified harmed is a name. I'll hummed so when you read Alhamdulillah you're not saying a verb. You know saying I'm a doula I praise I think a lot you know saying anathema doula we praise I think a lot. It's Alhamdulillah. Now what does that mean? When you say I praise when we praise? We didn't always existed, we

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will always go and exist our way. But the praise or thanks of Allah always did exist always does exist always will exist. You see how it's a constant thing. So have you identified it's a name and indicate it's constant. And that's the beauty of Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. And by saying that hamdulillah also as opposed to just saying

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I am a doula owner. I'm a doula I praise and we praise because as humans we weren't always around and we're not always going to be around to pan a lot. So by saying Alhamdulillah perfect, it's constant nature, it's, it's indicating repetition and it's indicating that this is a permanent thing. That praise and thanks have lice per minute panel a different meaning, different meaning.

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So that's the first example. Second example.

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So another example would be the opening of sores minnow and how does it begin? called a flat?

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A flat helmet mean on track translated? The believers are no doubt successful. Now I lost it min on is that a name or a verb?

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moment on the moon is there a name of a

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hurry, not a name? It's a plural moment.

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Sure, man on the roadmap man. So you've identified what we know is a name. So now who are successful those who have a man every now and again one of one day they believe is one day they're not. in Ramadan, they pious and righteous and outside Ramadan, they lock Shelton, know Allah said the successful ones are the minnow, those who have a constant nature of Eman. Those who are who have a man is part of the essence they call when you see them. That's a moment. No, when you see them who I'm doubting is that person a believer or not?

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That's right. And also it's that key 100% no doubt about this. If you're a woman, you are successful. And also it's indicating that a man is at something which is part of the nature, it's permanent. So when you read part of me known, you understand those who have success, or those who have a man which is more permanent part of the nature. Now those who believe on and off as many people do. It's not part of La Latina Amano. And that's what we knew he lived in Amarillo. Amarillo is a verb, you find that the commands that come after that because every time you hear that other command to do something or keep away, it's more of Adobe, it's more of an admission. It's more of a

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law admonishing it's more of a law correcting. You claim to have Eman And listen up, you better do this. But when you say when you hear me know and and what meaning in the Quran, then you find it's to do with success is to do with something which is more part of the nature therefore they are successful in the hereafter and this world. That's why you find for example, and sort of another

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in a little motor, kena Mufasa Mufasa success. But who gets it what is Metatron commonly translated those with taqwa is that a plural it is a it's a name. In other words, the law saying those who are successful are those who have Taqwa as part of the essence, part of their nature, it's permanent. It's a constant thing. So you have Taqwa on and off, that's not necessarily a sign of you being successful in gaining gender. So when you read those, if you want, gender has to be constant. So that's just what the name indicates upon has a different effect, as opposed to having duck work on and off in La mattina.

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As opposed to those who have duck was successful No, that shouldn't be the translation. It's the go in themselves the pious ones themselves the ones who are always God fearing that's that's truly more of the translation. And then the next is also interesting. So we said after the helmet men on the moon are successful. In other words, the believers are successful the next day and Edina home fee solid to him harsh your own common translation would be and I have cushaw concentrations in a humbleness submission in their praise. But no, that's not what the translation should be. Allah said they are harsh your own. Is that a name? It is because it's plural of Harsha. Now a lot of the time

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How can you identify for to name you have the wow and the known? harsh your own? Muslim moon, moon soil Whoa. So as you can see that wow, in the known right before the end, that's one of the signs usually all the time that you can use to identify to name so a lot of just said those who are harsh your own in their praise. That's not their habit. One of these are people who have now perfected for sure and they have earned that title. So to say they have submission and concentration, no, they are the submitters themselves, they are the concentrators themselves. So the definition of concentrator and submitter and humble one of the Sona You see, look at that person that that's that that person

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is a definition of that. So it's indicating that if you want success, you know for sure has to be part of every prayer or almost every prayer because it's impossible to have to show up every single prayer

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Because even a job title doesn't indicate that you're working 24, seven, you might sell my husband does. But even your husband has to take a break, he has to come home. So even when you have a job title, like a doctor or mechanical architect, you still have a break time we have lunch, you still have time when you go home. So just because it's a name doesn't mean it's 24. Seven, they still those moments will wreck but most of the time, you are engaged in that type of work. So likewise, the name indicates most of the time so harshly on you could say nine times out of 10 in their prayers that have for sure. There are those who are humble, submissive, they are the concentrators.

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So once again, the name is an indication that this should be part of your permanent, permanent state. Now I'll have a short once every now and again, if that's the case, no, we don't fall into these as what I classify. It's not I have to show only a normal one.

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And among the best ways to gain and be among those who are the submitters and the concentrators in the solar is to imagine that you're standing before Allah Himself.

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by himself the lab de Vega de la multipin multiphone benei de fistula well multiphone beignet they heal multi ama from an honor behalf demography Oh, one Whoa, when I lay Hill no different.

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He said the slave stands before his master only twice. The only stand before Allah twice in your life. The first is in this world when you stand up in the solid and the second is in the next Will you stand before him on the day of judgment? The only stand before a lot twice. And then he said Whoever makes the first standing upright just and good alone will make the second standing on the Day of Judgment upright Justin good. So you want to stand before Allah in a state of ease and tranquility then you have to do that now. That's the key. That's the key between the Sala now and the Day of Judgment amazing so that's how you can a lot of people ask how can I have a show in sada

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I don't understand the Quran that's okay if you don't understand it while you're learning in the meanwhile, imagine you're standing before a lot. Oh, shoot you need. And that's the definition of Western and Tabitha lojack. And Nikita. Yes. And is the worship Allah as though you see him? So just imagine that next time you pray, you know, praying here at Mia, you know, praying at home, you know, praying at work, not praying in Sydney, you're out of this world. Imagine you're standing before the Master of the Universe himself will know that's enough. That's enough. Next time someone asked you how do I keep it simple? That's the answer. They don't even need to know Arabic. Just imagine that.

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You know, when people stand before a judge, they buckle break and shake a judge. But imagine standing for a law the King of Kings himself that should be enough for sure enough of a motivator.

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Another example, the word Allah used to preserve the Quran, the preservation of the Quran.

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Allah said in Nana known as an addict, we have sent down the reminder meaning

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we're in LA who left half his own and commonly translated, we are going to protect it. But a lot didn't say send a father who didn't use the verb. So you can't say we're going to protect it. We're going to preserve a London and say that

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he said halfway through, is that a name? Sure is How do you know?

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It's a plural habit. That's a plural. And we said usually the EU, usually like Muslim moon minnow. That's one of the main signs you can use to identify the name. So Allah said Mahaffey, don't, don't translate it as we are going to protect it. No, we are the protectors. We are the guardians, the preservers, the protectors of the Quran itself, allow us the name, the title, and we said What is the name and title indicate?

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constant constantly going to be protected permanently up until the day of judgments upon a lot. And it's so much so it's part of its essence, when you think around you think it's been preserved? It'll have doubts, like the Christians with their Bible. They're doubting their books, and even recently, a guy named Oh, he's actually been coming to the center and he's sitting in the [???]tier college. He's not Muslim. But he strongly doubts the authenticity of the Bible, he always sends me messages and he says, look at this and look at that. They doubt it. So it hasn't become part of its essence. It's not known to be preserved. But the Quran it's been preserved so much people know it, people I

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can identify the Quran to be preserved. Sure, half eaten in Arabic is like this.

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So usually, we said,

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if you can identify for to name or not, if it's plural or to have that like Muslim moon, yes, Moon soil.

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But for those who know the word half of a person who's the half of the Quran, yes, that's the singular and the plural. You could say her father or you could say half either.

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So when you come to translate the

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This word you want to say and we are going to protect the Lord and say we're going to protect it. He didn't use the verb. He said, We are the protectors of it. We are the guardians, Allah gave himself a title. He himself the name indicating that it's a constant nature permanent thing. So it changes your whole perspective of a thing. hamdulillah Don't worry, I was gonna look after. My brother once recently. messaged me, a brother recently messaged me saying Bashar Al Qaeda, he's got this nuclear n and it's going to create doubts in the masses of the Muslims. And no, don't worry, Allah is going to protect the Quran. And he's gonna end he is the protector of the Quran. So don't worry, when you

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read this is a put your heart at rest.

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Another example this now this is now from the sooner

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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I'll take off number one. So you can

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say you can say

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when it came to orphan sponsorship, he said Anna McAfee lulea team, Phil jannetty. Hacker, commonly translated, I am the one who sponsors the orphan are in general, like that I said can fill the room just fill. When it's on the same rhyme pattern. It indicates that it's a name. Guy fear is a name because as a plural, yes, could fall. So Kafeel is also a name rhymes with caffeine. So therefore, you can identify if you can just make a word rhyme with another word, you know, that's one of the easiest ways also to identify its name. So he said, not me and the one who sponsors the often, he didn't say an hour, well let the UK full. Alia team we didn't use the verb He said, The Kafeel of

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the team. The noun, the name, the sponsor of the orphan. He said, The sponsor of the orphan in general, we like this with the money, of course, put his two fingers together. That's telling you a person who just sponsors every now and again once a month, once a year, do they fall into this hadith? No, he used the name. Constant nature the name indicates something which is constant, repetitive. So that's indicating that if you want to be with Rasul Allah, in general like that, just like a two fingers together, you need to be a sponsor of an orphan. And a sponsor is a person who's doing repetitively constantly just like they're living with your own house.

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Now, if that's enough to see if that is enough to provide them, which is like every day, then great and humbling, surely you fall under that Hadith. But sometimes people pay the $50 a month, $50 a month is only helping, it's not really sponsoring. When I was in Egypt, one of the most poorest countries in the world. $50 are not getting me bikes, probably a few days, me and my family. So really, what's the $50 a week? Are you going to help? I'm not not saying it's not beneficial. But this hadith to apply on anyone who just gives a few dollars? Or $10?

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Perhaps Yes, yes, you really want to be among the one who's a constant sponsor of the orphan yet that you have to cover his rent, or her rent, food or combination clothing, it's everything. It's like the living with you. And that's why you can have if you can sponsor an orphan, then will I live with you here you can do that. shawanna actually done that many years ago, took an offer under his care and hum delay sponsors daily, the offer lives within 100 naza Muslim, so he said the sponsor of the orphan, not the one who sponsors see big difference so even fact in Arabic it actually improves your English.

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He said sometimes words wrong with others if it rhymes, and you can identify that it's a name, like fear is a name. field is a name also.

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Because the ROM was fairly for word ROMs was fine to name 100%

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but fair cortile cash caffeine, caffeine. If ROMs is fine, then it's a 900%.

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So these are like side points you can always add to identify.

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Number six.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you call Elisa he will Quran. It is said to the Companion of the Quran on the Day of Judgment ikura Waratahs Taki read recite you'll be raised and to Jenna, for your last ayah that you recite is where you end up. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam is telling you that on the Day of Judgment the more and you know and recite then the higher you'll go into paradise. And he started off this hadith with your call he saw he will cry and he said saw him

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what I saw happening. Yeah, friend companion Yes. Now is that a name or a verb?

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It's a name.

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It's a name because a has a plural excite us hub companions. So no problem.

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in how you identify as long as you can identify it's a name, like a sore hip or sorry, a bone. It's a name. So he said the Companion of the Quran he didn't say the one who reads it on and off. You have to have a relationship with the Quran that you become its companion. You know like your companion your friend in real life You always talk to them you always call them on the phone, you always hang out together you always do things together, you go out for lunch, you're always with each other. So you should be like that with the Quran. If you want that virtue on the Day of Judgment. You have to be locked out with the Quran. Why is it when we walk out of our houses without

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our mobile phones he

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we panic I have to go home get my phone when it comes to the car and I walked out without my Mazda Why am I like that?

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Oh yeah, now there's the Quran on the phone. But one of the worst things you can do is read the Quran from the phone not because it's Haram. No, it's allowed. But because the phone can distract you, you reading the Quran, you get a message let me just check that another message from WhatsApp or let me just check my Facebook status and maybe my email halfway through the soil, check my email shaitan is gonna get you in shaitan gets to you via two main ways, Quran and Sunnah. Because those are the two ways you connect with others wanting to connect with it wants to destroy your relationship with Allah. Two ways shaitan gets you in a lot of people find hard is the Quran can't

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memorize it or they're not motivated and the solar also

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he said the Companion of the Quran saw him

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so you want these virtues on the dev doesn't need to be the companion so as we said the name was used to indicate you need to have a relationship with the Quran is permanent. That is continuous not only in Oman,

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but rather a lot of people only pick up the Quran Ramadan when a person dies. No, it needs to be repetitive

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that when people see you they know you're a person of color. But when you see Shahar Aveda, you know, he's a man of color. It's become part of his day job literally. Actually, it is also called anteater Mia. So you need to have that relationship with the Quran, where it's part of your daily program, daily program. Constant nature as you don't want to miss your daily TV program. Right if you miss master chef, it's all over. Or you shouldn't miss your daily program with the code and it should be part of your daily manage.

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Yes system.

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The complete meaning is you memorize you understand and implement as the companions

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that's the best way the companions will do 10 at 10 verses at a time, though, Linton if they'll memorize them, they'll understand them and implement them and they won't go to the next 10 until they finish the previous 10 that's the best way the way the way of the Sahaba

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and that takes a lot of hard work if you want to memorize the whole code and you have to be the companion you're going to be a memorize of the Quran by learning for example once a month or doing an A one a a week you're a few and really memorize the Quran you need a lot of hard work in future trying to memorize the Quran. You see how much work it requires not easy.

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One more

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let's see. I had Companion of the Quran preserved tablet. A lot of knowledge.

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Hello, Okay, hello fi and then one of the last names because that'll make things really clean. Hellfire

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sorta never. Allah says about the kuffaar levy seen a fee? Hahaha. The kuffaar Arena so far for long term, permanent residency in hellfire. labby thean What does that rhyme with? muslimeen solly hain Mateen Celebi seen Is it a name? It is because the other words are names because they have a clear also lab within is plural for lab with. So you have oily oily hain lab with lab within. So I'll use the word to describe their residency in jahannam. With lab within, he didn't say they're going to stay there. Or they're going to reside in and use the verb. He used the name the name of said What does the name indicate?

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constant permanent nature. These people are going to stay there forever and ever and ever and ever Suppan a lot.

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Like when you get your visa stamped, when they go to john Nam, he go. He's your permanent residency in jahannam itself. And they've actually earned the title of resident, Allah gave him the title labby thing he gave him the title. Now you're going to stay in, you're going to come out later on, or you're going to die and you're going to be destroyed and pulverize and after that you don't exist. He gave him the title resident. Just as you have the title at home resident like vizury residents, someone calls kofod have the title of Resident residents of Hellfire wahaca.

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So residents of Hill for a lot didn't say they're going to reside. That's a verb to reside as a verb. Yes. Even in

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English to understand. Allah said lab, Thien lab, Athena Cava, Salah betaine muslimeen. Meaning so when you read this ad and the way we should be reading them is slowly to understand them. There's a law as the name or the verb, did use a heartful, there is a fan. So when you read it slowly, and that's how we should approach the Quran. Now we're going to understand the meanings. And the more you do that, the more it's going to share with you. It's pearls, it's less than two gems, just like a friend. The closer you get to a person, the closer your friendship, the more they share secrets. Likewise, the Quran, the closer your friendship with it, the closer it is, the more secrets it's

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going to share with you more pearls and gems upon law. So there are residents, local, and sometimes you go and you travel overseas, you're going to reside in a country for a long time, then where would you like to reside? Would you like the penthouse suite? Or would you like the lower level? Or would you like a great view? Where would you like to reside? So these people, their permanent residence is jahannam. So where would you like to go? You can imagine Would you like to go to the brain boiling room?

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Or would you like to go to the bone crushing room?

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Or the guts exploding room would you like

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and now you go to a restaurant Would you like to coffee? Would you like hammy masa?

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ham is boiling water. Would you like to eat as an appetizer? sogetsu Zuko so

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it's funny, but actually when you think about it, it's it's quite terrifying to say the least. And we'll end with one more.

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Yeah, labby Sina, Kava sort of to never

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be seen.

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be seen.

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Now reside

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labasa is to reside, see how now your translation it'll change because labby theme

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is plural of labus.

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And when with one more

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now there's many more in the Quran. And Sunnah. is referring to No, no, no, I'm just gonna give you eight examples today. But there's so many so many. For example, I took currency, Allahu La ilaha illa Huwa al al Haj alpha yom as another three. So you can now read it. And you can do that for homework, and try to identify the names in the lessons you can take out of it. But we'll give I'll give you one more. And that is the name of a man.

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The name of a law itself.

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So of course we've identified it's the name How do you know?

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right? Correct. Our rock man has l in the beginning. So it's a name no doubt one of them. And you can also say yes, because of another rule in Arabic, or Roman a total sham. See you.

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Also Can you call upon Allah? Can you say, Man, can you say that? You show can they afford to name all levels names? The fact that you can call upon Allah, his names. It indicates the name. And you know, it's the name of Allah. That's easy. You've easily identified it's a name

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correct. Latif is the name of Allah. Correct.

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So in with this

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so the fact that it's a name, it indicates that our hammer is part of a laws, essence, mercy. So our ramen, we know it's a name? Yes. Because you can call upon a Roman 100% It's a name. It indicates Allahumma Mercy is part of his nature. He's essence. It's a permanent thing.

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As opposed to hold up.

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Anger is something that Allah will have on the day of judgment or level. Yeah, he'll be angry on the Day of Judgment with the confirm and you'll send them to the hell fire and perhaps unbelievers, but it's not one of the last names a lot doesn't have any name that is negative like alcohol, they

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all have bad. They're not any of those names. The one who's always angry No, or America, the deceiver. They're not that's not a name of Allah. You'd have any names of Allah that are negative like ny VIP, the Punisher, no, it's a panel that shows you the beauty of the names of Allah. That's why the following they say your Lord is a lot of anger and vengeance and hate. Or if that's the case, show me one name in the Quran and the Sunnah, that indicates that you don't have a single name What hamdulillah in the Quran and the Sunnah, a single name that deals with anger that deals with hate, that deals with wrath and punishment, not a single name. Attributes, yes. Attributes Yes, but

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the attributes are verbs that are temporary, temporary. Now, what does that indicate it's Allah's mercy is constant.

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It's permanent. For example, the heartbeat, every heartbeat is a mercy

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Mr. Rahman himself, the heartbeat,

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and the average heartbeats approximately 60 to 70 times a minute. Now multiply that by 60. To get the beat in an in an hour, multiply that by 24 to get the beat in a day, and multiply that by the days of the year to find how many beats you have in an entire year.

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How many beats do you get?

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The answer is approximately over 30 million.

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Over 30 million beats a year, your heart beats at least 30 million times a year upon a lot. Every single heartbeat is a mercy from our Rodman. Wow. And multiply 30 million by your age. The numbers now astronomical. You can't even begin to enumerate and count. every heartbeat is a Rama from Allah azza wa jal Irishmen himself indicate it's constant, it's repetitive, it's permanent. That's a larger region. And that's only the heart.

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Oh, that's only the heartbeat. Actually, there's actually more to the heart than this. We know this four chambers to the heart, there's a two atriums a two ventricles. And on top of that, you have the veins that are is the pillories, you have the blood vessels, you have the hemoglobin, you have the platelets, you have the white blood cells, the red blood cells, platelets, you have all of these things with the circulatory system.

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Then you move on to the skeletal system, then the muscular system, digestive system, endocrine system, nervous system. And all of those systems work like clockwork, you have to control them. Imagine it to control your own hobby.

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But you have to pump your own heart, you're talking to someone, when a minister let me just pop my own heart.

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Imagine that, how would you work? How would you drive? How would you eat? How would you sleep? How would you do anything? All of these things work in our body simultaneously. And we don't even have to think about them. When you have to digest your own food.

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You automatically take away all the fat. That's a given. But How hard would that be? Send this protein here, send that nutrient there send the vitamin B down here. So in the vitamin C over there, very difficult. How would you do? A lot of john has given us these systems that just work automatically well.

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And just the heartbeat in of itself. We can't even keep up with thinking a lot for that. We're introducing a amatola Heath Ledger. So her Allah said, if you were to count the now man, he said one singular. If you were to count a blessing, you can't even do so. You can't even keep up with one. We just illustrated that the heartbeat. That's just one listing. Try to keep up with thanking the Lord 30 million times a year just for the heartbeat.

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Yeah, well, either we can go on and on talking about the human body. It's amazing. It's amazing. So power law. And it gets more than that. It gets more than of course, as we said with other systems of the body and so that's all from Allah azza wa jal himself, so

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never ends upon law. One of the celebs said whenever I said hamdulillah that is deserving of another act of saying that hamdulillah Yeah, the fact that I was able to say that deserves another act of praise. Amazing. So that shows you Rama is part of the Lord's mercy, our nature sorry. It's part of his essence. It's always happening.

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And I'll end with this. Imagine you woke up with the blessings you only thank Allah for yesterday.

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Probably blessed with nothing. But Allah keeps on giving us another chance another chance to turn back to him as a region. Allah azza wa jal allow us to enter Gen Y His mercy article love more or less shadow.

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