Muhammad Alshareef – How to Correctly Show Your Gratitude To Allah SWT

Muhammad Alshareef
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the differences between sugar and sugar, as well as the actions of Islam, including thankfulness, thankfulness, and actions. They also discuss the use of sugar as an action response and how it can be used to address difficult situations. The conversation also touches on the concept of sugar and actions in relation to money, as well as the importance of memorization in regaining a session on a daily huddle. The speakers also mention a cinematic one and encourage viewers to ask questions later.
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Sudan MoneyGram de la Veta Katha Welcome to the daily community huddle say your salons where you're from we will get started either we hit 100 people or we get started

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in Vancouver, Vancouver's very beautiful I think Mr. Nam Hey, we're almost gonna hit 100 and we hit 100 people. There you go. My friends. We have passed it. Alright, thank you.

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Take one let's get started. Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah ala alihi wa sahbihi wa Manuela and bad Good Morning Vietnam.

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Welcome to today's episode.

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A Louisiana welcome.

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Okay. So

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in this era,

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in this era, the prophets of Allah is that um, when he was when he received revelation, he started telling the people of Mecca, about Islam about Allah and day of judgment, and they rejected Him SallAllahu sallam, they used to spread rumors about the prophets of Allah as Adam and say that he was Majnoon. He would they would say that he was mentioning that he was crazy. And he was a soothsayer. And if you know if he spoke, he would, he was a magician, they use these kinds of things. So there was a man who came to Makkah from outside, and Quraysh really scared him about the prophets of Allah, they sent him they really frightened him. And they said to him, that if Muhammad

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speak, sallAllahu sallam, if he speaks, and it accidentally goes into your ears, you will fall under a trance. And so and so this man said that

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I actually wanted to get you guys the exact the exact quote, maybe somebody who knows the Hadith, it's insane. Behati if you can post it in the comments that would be great as you're listening, if you know where it is. So this man said that he was so afraid of the prophets of Allah, they sent him

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his words reaching his ears, that he wanted to walk around like with his fingers in his ears or put cotton in his ears, so that when he would walk around, into off, he wouldn't hear the prophets of Allah they sent him. So this man was walking into off and then he saw the prophets of Allah they said, I mean, imagine seeing the Messenger of Allah as one when that when the prophesy centum went to Medina and the Jews in Medina saw the prophets of Allah they said, and one of them said, I when I saw his face, I knew this was not the face of a person who lies so this man

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And back in Mexico and you know, in the early days, he was, he was doing to off he saw the prophets of Allah de Sena. And you know, he initially he was afraid but then when he went around to off again and went around the Kaaba, then he started feeling sad for the messenger of ALLAH. So he said that I'm he was a doctor, he was a doctor coming to Mecca in those days. And then he,

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on the third time around, he said to himself, you know, what, if Mohammed is sick, if he's mentally, I'm sick, and I'm a doctor, I can help them I can heal him. This is like the ultimate ignorance, right? When somebody says that, oh, he's saying I can help the Messenger of Allah anyways, or the lion because he came Muslim. So let me

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do Toba for that kind of language. So he went to the province of a lot a Salem and he said to him, I'm a doctor. I've come from out of town and I heard that you're sick and I would like to give you some healing gifts give you some Schieffer give you some health and,

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and then the prophets of Allah they sent him responded to him by saying in Alhamdulillah meadow who want to stain or me the law who Fela mobila woman your little fella had the law or a shadow Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah wa abdollah Should eCola or shadow anna Muhammad Abdullah Surah, the, the Hapa that you when people start, he

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that's how the prophets of Eliassen responded to him. So let me just go through it with you, in that Hamlet Allah that All praise is due to Allah, no matter who we praise him with honesty, no, and we seek His help when there are other belimbing surely and phocoena We ask Allah to protect us from the evil of ourselves, woman say at Dr. Molina and from the sins of our actions, me I didn't allow whoever Allah guides, phenomenal villa, nobody can misguide that person will may yield Lille and whoever Allah allow us to go astray. Nobody can guide.

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So back to this doctor guy.

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His mouth, his jaw just drops open. And he's quiet for a moment. And then he says,

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can you say that again?

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He said to the prophets. I said, can you say that again? I know you guys hear it all the time. And you it's as if you know, like everybody says this, But this man has never heard anyone speak like this before. And this is the prophets that apply. They said and this is how the prophesy Sam started. And throughout, you know, 1400 years we've been imitated emulating the profits of allies and the whip and the way that we start our speeches. So the prophets of Allah sent him said to me again, in that 100 Allah all praises due to Allah, no matter who we praise Him when a stain or when we seek His help, want to stop fiddling, we asked his forgiveness may end Hitler who to Allah for

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Allah mobila. Well, I'm a huge little fella, the Allah, whoever Allah guides them can misguide that person, and whoever Allah allows to go astray, nobody can guide that person until the prophesy sin came to the end. And then the man said to the prophets of Allah, I said, um, give me your hand, because I'm going to become Muslim. And I'm going to pledge allegiance to you.

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And that was his shadow. That's how he became Muslim. Today, I wanted to share with you the power of those words. And I had this question. The question that I had that was in my mind was, what is the difference between 100 Allah, and having thanks, like saying, a squirrel, you know, shukran Lilla. Or, you know, when you tell a person, thank you, and somebody might translate Alhamdulillah as saying, Thank you, God. Yeah. So what is the difference between Alhamdulillah and the generic, thank you, or Thank you, oh, la. Are you guys excited to know what the difference is?

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We're really excited. Okay. So, Hammond, is, let's talk we're talking about the difference between these things. Alhamdulillah is actually a praise. It's a glorification. It's a praise. It's a thing that as they say, in Arabic, it's a glorification. It's a praise of Allah subhanaw taala. So when you say Alhamdulillah, it is a glorification and praise. But when it comes to sugar when it comes to saying, Thank you, thank you is in response to

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a blessing that you received. So somebody, for example, opens the door for you, and you say thank you, but if you randomly find somebody in the street and you just point at them, and you're like, Thank you, then they'll say something like, Well, what did I do? Because thanks is in response to an action you're receiving.

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am Annamma and then and the end but Alhamdulillah is a praise that is general to everything that Allah subhanaw taala has created to the whole universe past and present, it doesn't matter about my specific situation, or whatever, you know whether I got something I didn't God God's got get anything. All praise is due to Allah Alhamdulillah. So it's ThinApp. So there's. So that's one way of understanding that Alhamdulillah is more general than saying sugar. Sugar is very specific. It's specific, somebody gives you something, you say thank you or my school or you know, a school, I think you are much cooler when somebody does something for you. Now, on the opposite side, it um

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sugar and Hamed also have some Alhamdulillah can be specific as well. And hamdulillah saya is, is an action that you do with your tongue. So you say Alhamdulillah but when you do sugar, you do sugar with action. You do sugar with your hands, you do sugar with your tongue. So you will say you know, you know chakra chakra handle right? You deal with your tongue, you deal with your body. So you might say I was blessed. You know, God gave me good life and good health. So I'm going to go and take care of the needy people. I'm going to go hand out groceries to people and stuff like that. So you're doing sugar with your body, you're doing it with your heart, you have thankfulness in your

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heart and you do shook on with your assets. So you might be Allah subhanaw taala gave me all this wealth, and my sugar is paying the sugar to, you know, paying my Ziklag giving charity that's also part of doing sugar. So general, specific, specific general between the two things. Let's talk about the action.

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When you see sugar come in the Quran, it's related to action. So a very clear verse that speaks about this when Allah subhanaw taala says they are mellow, lead. Whoo, the chakra Allah subhanaw taala says, do Oh family have their root chakra, do sugar, do sugar. So sugar is in just a state. It's just not something that you think about are it's just in your heart. Allah subhana data says go out there and do Chaka go and do thankfulness. So what does that mean? It means that thankfulness when you're doing sugar to Allah subhanaw taala, you're actually taking some action. And then though, in the verse that's often recited

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in Shackleton, with the venerable Comilla insha Khartoum, that as he then when Allah subhanaw taala says, And when your Lord declared that insha Khartoum, as he then accom that if you're thankful, I will increase you. Now this thankfulness, the shock of that Allah subhanaw taala says, there's an opposite to it, because Allah continues the verse Wallah in Catholicism in nada Vida did, and if you disbelieve, if you do kufr, which is actually being miserly, which is the opposite, so should go to here is to be generous, is to actually give from what Allah is to take action and thankfulness to what Allah subhanaw taala is giving you and Cofer here is to be stingy, miserly to hold back, not be

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thankful for what Allah subhanaw taala has given and in navabi leisure, the Allah subhanaw taala also you'll see verses in the Quran, where Allah subhanaw taala commands Anishka Lee will validate and thank me and your parents, initially while you validate, and so a person when they're doing thanks to their parents, it's some action that a person takes so you might be giving your mom and dad a massage, you're phoning them and making sure that they're okay. You're taking care of them in their old age. That is the thankfulness it's not just saying thanks. And there's no action there's action it's so action initially, once in a while you take the other another Hadith of the Prophet

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sallallaahu cinnamon and you probably heard this idea before la escuela mela is good and NAS Allah prophesy sem said that he who does not thank the people has not thanked Allah He who does not thank the people has not thanked Allah so we see here that thanking the people is an action you have to physically go and thank people in order to thank Allah and that's why we're saying that sugar is action. Sugar is not just like a praise of glorification. That's what we see in our 100 Allah but chakra to be thankful to Allah subhana Donna is to take action and 100 also is done with the tongue.

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And here I'll give you a bonus point on this on this issue is that if somebody was blessed with a lot of wealth, okay, imagine this

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person was

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blessed with a lot of wealth, and they're counting all their coins. And they start saying, you know, they're counting their coins and they're going Thank you God thank you God thank you God thank you Allah. Oh, thank you but they don't pays the cat. This person doesn't pays a cat. And they just keep counting their money and they keep saying thank you God, thank You God, thank you Allah. Oh, thank you for all this money that you can, but they haven't paid the cat then this person was not thankful was not thankful because they didn't do what Allah subhanaw taala commanded. They didn't do the action that Allah required of them. And the required action was that they paid his uh, can they take

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care of people and so on? Yes. So that's why we're understanding that Shoka is action when you're thankful to Allah subhanaw taala and you want that increase from Allah. Let in Shackleton Allah, no conditions, if you're thankful, and that's thankfulness with action, then Allah subhanaw taala will increase you.

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The interesting thing, kind of like a final point here is

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Allah subhanaw taala promises that if you're thankful he will increase you. But Allah does not promise that if you're stingy that you will, that you will receive decrease, activated decrease. So you if if you're thankful and you take action, Allah will increase you in blessing. If you're not thankful, Allah subhanaw taala the punishment is actually more than just a decrease. Allah subhanaw taala says, in either be Lesha did that verily My punishment is severe. And so the punishment is not decrease. But the punishment is punishment from Allah subhanaw taala for the person that is stingy and so stinginess a miser list, and not being thankful to Allah subhanaw taala the opposite of that,

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like meaning the stingy just is the punishment of Allah subhanaw taala. And indeed, it is intense. And that's it for our reminder today, just like Allah Hyden for taking this little mini journey with me to understand the difference between Alhamdulillah and shukran Lila showcard Lilla we said In conclusion, is, is an action A thankfulness and unhand is a praise for everything beginning to the end for all human beings for the heavens and earth. And hamdulillah Hilary Halacha, Sama Alhamdulillah, all praises to Allah Who created the heavens and the earth.

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Rajala buruma If you want to know.

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And that's also, you know, we're done the prophets that a lot I sent him when he would,

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when he would, you know, was always praising Allah and hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. And even in situations where there was something painful happened, it wasn't so you don't say like so for example, let's suppose you get into a car accident, you don't say thank you God for giving me a car accident. That's not the correct language, but you say Alhamdulillah Allah colohan, All praise is due to Allah Allah is praised in every situation doesn't matter what happened to me. In all situations, Allah is praised that hamdulillah All praise belongs to Allah. So that gives you a better understanding if you were to translate and hamdulillah as Thank you God, and then you just

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got into a car accident. Then somebody said, What do you mean? How can I get into cars and say thank you, God and this and then there's this confusion.

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So yeah, let's do some question answers. hamdulillah somebody said yesterday that they're enjoying the q&a, and nobody else does q&a I don't mind doing q&a So let's do it. Who's got a question

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let's see per us

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What did you say earlier press

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I'm scrolling up

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finding where it is here we go.

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Process 100 go higher in Pakistan You won't believe I was just discussing this with a friend today and wanted to know the difference in how am I supposed to do sugar from the heart Fozia Fozia Can you copy your copy paste your question just because sometimes it's hard for me to spend time trying to find where it is.

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Copy paste it

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and it doesn't let me scroll after a while.

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Desert common law Hi Ron.

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Okay, I got it, fellas. Yeah, I got it. So what's the exact term we say when we want to personally thank Allah so do we say at hamdulillah Shaka Shaka Allah for blessing me with such and such.

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I think that Alhamdulillah encompasses the things that you want to give to Allah subhanaw taala so you you I've heard the

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People say Shaka Alhamdulillah thanks Alhamdulillah all praises due to Allah

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sorry the ringtone is not a ringtone Amina? It's not a ringtone. It's my watch. It's my watch alone.

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My beautiful watch my huge watch over here.

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Anyways, so if you said hamdulillah it is, it is thanking Allah subhana dallies Alhamdulillah Allah Subhana Allah blessed me with such and such you can be specific with it. But what I'm talking talking about here is sugar if you really want to do Chaka, then you're going to take action. So Allah subhanaw taala, for example, blessed you with a new job and you want to do Shaka to Allah subhanaw taala that could be that you pray to rock eyes, it could be that you know, you take part of your salary, and go to some distant relatives and give them some give them some wealth from what Allah has blessed you with. It could be that you go to adopt an animal that needs help and bring

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that cat into your home, stuff like that. So sugar is action

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got a question

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All right, Britain's question. So bourbon, I had a question yesterday that I didn't get a chance to, to respond to so I'll respond to it. Now. Barisan

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and her name is pronounced Biddy van, but she likes bourbon. So bourbon said that.

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I was talking yesterday about not having not claiming that you know, Allah's intentions. So her question was about, but what about having good intentions about Allah subhana wa Tada, having good intentions about Allah. So there's the like Hadith, that if you think Allah subhana data is going to forgive you and have mercy. That's what a believer should do forgiven him with having good intentions. But I was talking yesterday about, you know, don't claim you know, Allah subhanaw taala as intended. So what is the difference between the two things? So, very often what I was talking about was when people claim like things happening in the world, Allah did it because of, you know,

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XYZ that's somebody claiming they know laws intentions, and, and they don't know Allah subhanaw taala his intentions are I gave the example of what if

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somebody missed a bus on the way to a Quran class, and and then they come home and they're like, Allah doesn't want me to attend that Quran class. And I was trying to make the point that people don't know like, oh, what Allah has pumped out his plan is, what his intentions are, and that they're trying to make choices in life to take action or not take action, based on assumptions of what Allah subhanaw taala his intentions are, what you're talking about, is you know, you return to Allah subhanaw taala Donna, you make dua to Allah subhana data and you have personal vision, you have a good thoughts you always have good thoughts about Allah subhanaw taala that Allah which is

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good for you, that Allah wishes this and that now if something difficult happens in your life, then you might you might say you can still making your Dawn Allah which is good for you, and you might respond to that difficult thing that happened while Allah subhanaw taala wants me to jump higher while this is a test that I can come closer to Allah subhanaw taala with but it's not the same as oh I know why Allah did you know are this difficult thing in my life? And so on.

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Allah on next question

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how he was questioned can subdue the sugar beet with doing that you mentioned so Emmylou added with the chakra like can you do such a shocker as an action a chakra of action? Um, yeah, I can. So sugar can action could be you have like with your tongue with your wealth with your it's just an action.

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Like sugar is like it's a response. So maybe the response is a bad a bad embedded, like says that sugar or a better like, you know, I'm so thankful to Allah. I'm going to pray pm a little tonight because I'm so thankful. I'm so thankful to Allah. I'm going to give charity I'm so thankful to Allah. I want to, you know, pray on time today. And make sure you know, I pay more attention in my father, it's Allah, and so on. So that thankfulness the action is, you know, doing what Allah subhanaw taala commanded

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In his question when his visionary starting visionary starts in Ramadan, I aim to, you know, get the message out in Ramadan, then we start visionary, I believe it's going to start may 4, if I'm not mistaken. It's going to start may 4, it's Monday, Wednesday, Monday, Wednesday for two weeks. And that leads us to the last the last 10 nights of Ramadan so that you have completed the visionary course you have your six dream draws, and it's ready to go. And then you can make your six street dogs in the end of the sorry, you make your six dream dogs every day in the last 10 nights of Ramadan.

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So Seema, Bob, hello says Was I right in understanding that being stingy is punishable even if you feel your font but not doing any extra. So if you fulfill the photos and do nothing extra, then it's not punishable. It's not punishable. So stinginess if we're talking if we're going to be very specific is not doing the fuddled. So that would be somebody not paying, there's the cow or somebody, I'm not doing the refund prayers and the father of the pillars of Islam. As as the man came to the Prophet said a lot. He said, I mean, he said, after hearing, you know, the pillars, and he said, I won't do anything extra. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam said in response, a flat in

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Sadhak, that if he tells the truth, and he really does all the folks and does nothing else, that he will be successful. Only problem is that when a person only does the five things, there is an attitude that comes with only doing the bare minimum. And that is you tend to fall below the minimum, if you aim to like go into a course, and say, I'm only aiming for you know, passing mark is 60% You only aim for like 60% and like I'm not aiming for not even one more Mark higher than 60% then chances are you're going to fail. So the problem is, is Sam said, If Lucha he will be successful in South Africa, if he's true to what he's saying. And he really only does all the photos

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and he actually gets it done, then he'll be successful. So no, it's not punishable. If a person doesn't do voluntary acts, the whole point of voluntary means volunteer

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so I mean, it's question a lot. I mean, it's question of the CG that we make while reading Quran are those such that sugar? No, they're called Sajida tilava Sajida says that I've read citation says the sugar is different so just sugar is like hey, you got news that your citizenship application was accepted? And you're so happy and you fall down and frustration and like that so such as sugar is not such that Tila such a Tila Tila like we citation is your citation cetera Alana

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so may as a carrier says you need will do to do such as sugar will Allah Allah um, you know, maybe we need to double check it but I don't think you do but we need to double check that.

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Anybody else have a question? That's it. I've reached the end of the questions if you pose the question before you'd like to ask it again if I didn't see it, bring it back.

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So Aryan says

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are you in? Are you are you in Afghanistan? Or is that just your last name?

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It would be cool if it was both.

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There are people telling me

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because laugh laughing because yesterday, I think or two days ago, I was talking about people saying stuff Ramadan is coming around and they need to keep quiet. Like don't claim things to Allah without knowing but it seems like those are your friends. So there are people telling me to instead feed 30 people this Ramadan, Lake Muslim, Louisiana. You're welcome.

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Because of the virus, should I? So Aaron, I don't I assume people are at telling you to do that because they're saying there's a lot of hungry people maybe. And you know, it'd be really virtuous if you gave food. So that so we're gonna say the dumb thing.

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No, I wouldn't say that.

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The the encouragement to feed people in Ramadan applies even without the virus, Shadow Ramadan, the month of Ramadan is the month of feeding. So the prophets of Allah sent him said whoever feeds a fasting person will I'm sharing the room reward without taking anything away. So Ramadan is already the month of fasting not 30 people but as many people as you can even more than that. I don't know why people told you that Ariane and telling you instead of fasting, you should feed people. That's haram. Like if Allah commanded you to fast and they're trying to encourage you.

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Oh, okay, cool. So Ariane says they are saying that we are more vulnerable to the virus when we are fasting

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were you from Aryan you didn't mention them, okay? It says here,

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you're in Canada and Toronto, and that you're going to be susceptible to viruses when you're fasting.

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If somebody's ill and there's a legitimate fear for them that hey, fasting will weaken their immune system so actually fasting strengthens a person and that's why even non Muslims and they're all these biohackers and everybody they're all fascinating, go to all these non Muslim biohackers a whole conference of biohackers and they're all fasting intermittent fasting and this kind of fasting and that kind of fasting everybody knows that fasting makes you stronger now somebody is telling you that a

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fasting might make you weaker in the beginning

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fasciae might make you weaker in the beginning so that you become stronger it's like going to the gym when you first go to a gym you will feel weaker but then you become stronger as time goes by fasting is like that. So if there is a legitimate reason are in and such as somebody is old and they are in a situation where you know what it could be dangerous for them like a legitimate fear then yeah, there might be a facilitator facilitation there but generally speaking, no that is not the case you have to fast and

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or three more minutes and then we'll do and then we'll be done.

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I see your question she may Allah

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so let me let me let me take sure my last question first because it's higher up how do you review your memorization in Ramadan? You know what you made I actually wanted to do one of these sessions on one of these daily huddles on memorization techniques. Do you guys would you guys like to hear one of these Ramadan huddles on straight up memorization techniques? Let me know in the comments below.

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So I was gonna do I think I was gonna do it today.

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But no.

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So how do I review I actually lead Tada we so that's how you review it I lead totally, I hold the most half in my hand, I pray by myself or inshallah Tada this year, it will be with family. And I'm holding almost half I'm reciting and out of memory and then when I started to find myself a little confused of you know, did I recite it correctly? Or what's the next verse? I'll just take a quick glance at that and then go back to reciting from memory and so that's what I do. But understand that my memorization review I've been leading data for like 13 years and I memorize Quran when I was a little kid so it's a little different that when somebody is older that you might not be able to get

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away with less like that and I recite

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every day

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but just reciting looking at them

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I love this question.

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My son Ibrahim six year old is asking he is making dog for his dream wolf robot.

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I would like to look up dream wolf robot right now to understand what it is Ibrahim that you are making? dua for Dream wolf robot. Let me type it in. Is it called Dream wolf robot or is it's a wolf robot but you just calling it your dream?

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dream wolf robots

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Zoids command wolf urban camo colors keep interest.

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Wolf robot dog meeting a wolf.

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I think it's just wolf robot without dream right.

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Let me see wolf robot.

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Oh, looks good.

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Wolf robot 3d model. I still

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It's kind of scary to Okay, let me see where this thing is. Okay, so the question is, six year old son, son Ibrahim is asking making offers GMO will both robot when will he get it? So I will tell you the correct answer for him. When Allah subhana data when we make dua to Allah subhanaw taala, sometimes we get what we make dua for sometimes we get it later. And sometimes Allah Subhana Allah gives us something better than what we asked for. So sometimes you may make dua for a wolf robot, and then your mom gets the wolf robot. And Allah answered your doors and it's there. Or it may be that hey, the wolf robot is already in your house and maybe you're gonna get it on Eid so that

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you'll be more thankful and make dot throughout the month or it may be that Allah subhanaw taala has something better for you that your dog for wolf robot after a while you don't realize the cat ninja is better than wolf robot or something like that. And then later on Allah subhanaw taala gives you cat ninja and you're like wow, this is better than wolf robot.

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And that's it my friends. So I can love him for whoever else ask questions. I just want to finish off at the end, finish off half an hour. We are here every day. So if you have a question Inshallah, tada. Just tune in earlier.

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Tune in tomorrow in sha Allah Tada and ask your questions earlier on, copy paste it so that you'll have it available next time. Okay, guys, that's it. I'm finished. Zach Allaha a cinematic one. I'm going to love it.

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Bye bye.

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