Munir Ahmed – Session 79 Truly Understanding Sadaqah

Munir Ahmed
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses various topics related to Islam, including the use of "ugluish" in the context of people's emotions and the historical significance of "ugluish." The speakers emphasize the importance of avoiding negative behavior and offering advice on how to avoid it. They also mention a study on "ugluish" and its potential consequences.
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wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah early he was somebody here to my email on my blog or you're listening to the Koran on

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how you can better handle Islam Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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On so Allah Tala and you're feeling a little adorable now you can feed her and say he attina Ness Allahu bear Elman.

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alakina tubercle. What la you need? Well, we're Husqvarna financial molar, one M and o si.

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While our hola hola Quwata illa Billahi la li la bien Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds we send peace and blessings like Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam We ask Allah

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for wide sustenance or knowledge which is beneficial and for deeds from us, which raises in our Daraja

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on Him we are utterly dependent to him we turn in repentance.

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And

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he is enough for us. Well, husband,

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and he's our Protector.

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And what an excellent protector,

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an Atmel Mola, NetMundial. See, I want to excellent go

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and help.

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There is no power mic, except that have a lot

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of the same Islam, two brothers and sisters, let's resume Hadith number 26, which we just started more of an introduction, the last lesson around the Hadith and around some of the sources in the shadow of the Arbaeen. I mentioned last time and about double for right. These are these, the one that Imam nawawi actually has, although it's reported by Bukhari and Muslim, but the one the narration that he actually puts in his 40 hadith is the one in Sahih Muslim.

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And

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it's interesting in the narration here in the chain that

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along the chain. The one reporting from Abu Hurayrah is the famous Tabby II called her mother in Nimona. Ben

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Nimona Bay is one of his most famous students and who wrote a transcript which was available for some time, and other scholars came later and took from the Nasca of a man with no Manabe of a hadith is written down, narrated from Abu Hurayrah. This is very famous, and it counters the arguments that have started to be written. And I mentioned this right early on in the introduction. Yeah, counters the arguments that said or the first writer did was Imam Malik who died 179 Aedra. Yeah. Which is not true among them are monopolies writing guarantee from Merida. Yeah. And scholars who came at that time and after mentioned this,

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this written document, it's very famous. And it's interesting in this one because he says to the one ranging from my mom with no money at all, he said has had that Hurayrah and Mohamed, this is what Abu Huraira reported to us from Muhammad Rasulullah Salallahu Salam which is strange to find because normally Sahaba say color su Isla salon or Colin de vie salva Salam but this is dimensioned and Mohammed Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam in the chain why because he says that Cara Hadith then after mentioning this statement that

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her mama girl Mona Bay, you're saying from Abu Arafat, zakra, Hadith minha. He mentioned a hadith I'm Abu Hurayrah amongst them is this at least

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amongst them disagree. So little collection you see that a mama don't wanna be Bay has taken from Abu Hurayrah and amongst them is this hadith,

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which is what he said in the chain of Saudi Muslim and Gulu Salaam in

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And as Ali he said apart from Cool, cool Yeoman tatlow Fish shrimps, every joint from human beings has a duty upon Yeah. The duty upon

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the human being to give sadaqa every day the sun comes up.

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Called then He further said, meaning Rasulullah Salallahu Salam toddy lubaina is named sadaqa to make peace between two people is a charity. What are a regular Fida? But he and to help a person on to his animal but that middle who are they have

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to help a man on his beast or or help him with his load for TAMIU Allah

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Mata who sadaqa to help him with his belongings on to the

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the beast, the horse, the donkey or the the camel. Yeah to help him with his belongings on to it is a South Africa. Then he said, Paul, well Kenny Moto, Toya bass sadaqa and good the good word is a sadhaka good word is sort of what Kulu what what what what in time she Hi la sala sada and every footstep that a person walks to Salah yeah is a sadaqa as a charity. What will meet will either Tariq sadaqa and yeah, well for you to remove something harmful from the road or the path is a charity.

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So very sweat Buhari mentioned similarly. Yeah.

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But mentioned there in the third person that I mentioned last time.

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So this is the Hadith that Imam nawawi mentions.

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Imam nawawi

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Minh says very little about this hadith as he normally does in his Shub

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suffice it to say, he says for Salama Pulu ceramah the first couple of words every Slammer we try to translate every joint this difference of opinion amongst a folk AHA because Salam was a Cali man which is MOSHTARAK meaning he has various meanings.

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Yeah. And therefore Allama came with various opinions Imam nawawi for example, Salama means organs of the body of the human being, yeah.

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And and he said, it is mentioned that it there are 360

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organs.

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Now, you could imply from the organs that because the word organ itself also is a word, which it has more than one meaning it could mean organs. But it says Allah Cooley

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although minha sadaqa on every one of these, so when he says it is mentioned 360 Even from his time and after him, others mentioned that the joints in the body of a human being a 360. It's possible Imam now we meant by organs, the joints, that's the only other I gave him

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an excuse, because the word, although our organs can have that implication, indirectly. But it certainly doesn't have the meaning of 360 organs, as we apply today. It would be wrong to take that meaning from it. And then really, he mentions about,

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again,

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that all good. As we mentioned in the previous video, he's applying the previous and he's mixing it with this one because they are Yeah, he's saying For example, they saying La ilaha illa Allah saying Alhamdulillah Allah Subhana Allah, which is not mentioned in this at these events in the previous one, but they're interchangeable about because he's talking about righteous deeds, good things and encouragement to it. Every good thing you do is a South Africa. Yeah. So therefore he mentioned that again, in his explanation, and he's saying

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basically, whoever does this and every step somebody takes to the mosque. Yeah. Is a subtle call for them. And whoever does this, Imam nawawi says, fee I will Yomi he, whoever does this in the beginning of the day

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Yeah, so he's talking about a Spacely. Seattle, Doha, which he mentioned in one of the heavies. I mentioned to you last time.

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I mentioned it again. Yeah, whoever does this the early part of the day? Yeah, it is taken as a sidecar purification for his body and he or she is protected for the rest of the day.

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Yeah, that's what Imam nawawi says. And the implication of that is because some Hadith Kim and I mentioned them in the previous Hadith that

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just

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let's see

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there spending one second one or two examples of it

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yeah, I'll come to it in a minute because I've got something else to say about the SR 60 that obviously has some mentions. But there is a Hadith about this idea of doing something early in the day

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and then it's

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protection for the rest of the day

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and this hadith is.

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Sorry, I'm just having to look for a T shirt alright.

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Anyway, I, I this is Hadith in necessity as far as I remember. And this hadith

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mentions about whoever

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prays for a cause

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for me, it's a hadith could see then I will be enough to protect him for the rest of the day for the rest of the day for the evening.

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This is the embassy idea that

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is being presented by

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Imam nawawi when he says that he doesn't mention the Hadith but there is a Hadith which actually mentioned that

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hey, we're of course

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a synth Tirmidhi actually maybe other place in this intro video called The Hassan is good hadith is Hassan Asahi and the province Aslam says is that

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the province has some saying Allah could see that Allah says yagna Adam Erica Lee mean I will in the heart or child of Adam. Yeah. Pray to me from the beginning of the day for a cause that pika Hira. I'll be enough for you till the end of it. Yeah. And all of our said this for records at the beginning of the day indicates a lot of Doha, which we'll come to later. All right. That's why we guess that's the idea is not to Doha already comes in this leaf anyway. Yeah, linked with giving sadaqa so why do I mention that hadith in Tirmidhi, because that's what Imam nawawi is implying, when he says whoever does

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takes the footsteps and those salah is a sadaqa, then whoever does this, an early part of the day, it will be enough for him to be protected for the rest of the day is taken in from this hadith, really from Timothy, which he doesn't mention but I looked for this and I mentioned it to you

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And

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and he implies as well but it's the implies the for a cause slapped with Doha

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man a trophy

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he also mentioned but he goes for he says Salama Gulu Salama, each joint, he says either can mean joint or it can mean organs of the body. Yeah. And everything require the solder copy to be given in it.

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And he's saying a sadaqa. The reason for the Sanaka are two possibilities. One is for it to prevent any kind of tribulation or reduce the tribulation, push it away or reduce it by you giving sadaqa

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okay, there's a hadith on that which is actually not authentic.

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Yeah, giving sadaqa pushes away the anger. Allah pushes away tribulation, not authentic, but the meaning is, is correct. The implication of it is correct. And why because there's a hadith authentic of when the Eclipse occurred at the time the Prophet savasana authentic hadith Bukhari Muslim mentioned that the Sahaba became agitated and anxious as it happened the Eclipse you know, Ibrahim the prophesy some son also died on the same day and prophesized some dead code but clarifying that whatever is happening to death life of human is no link to the don't have these kinds of superstitions. Nevertheless, with the Eclipse happening and the sun disappearing prophesized them

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tall established a salon so that'll Kossuth

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and said, dues perform Salam make dua do is take FAR and give sadaqa when something like this happens yeah, which indirectly implies that sada yeah with a stiff bar and dua is a way of reducing the tribulation that might come to others to protect yourself, isn't it? Yeah. And of course we have in the Hadith

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or sadaqa tutorial hottie Atacama up and mountain now, I'm gonna use view Mountain, which we had previously the Hadith from modern the juggler that giving charity

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wipes away sin, like water extinguishes fire

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and that's one of the things that solid that does wipes away because sadaqa is like you're getting reward for every so that you do. So the prophesies some described it as giving sadaqa is like water extinguishes extinguishing fire, because it's wiping away your sins. Yeah. And that's the that idea is clearly dine authentic movies.

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So, a mom to three, for example, is saying that sadaqa the reason for sadaqa possibility is for reducing tribulation that's there anyway. Yeah, that's an implication. And secondly, he says, it is really to give chakra to Allah subhanaw taala for the net, and the bounties He's given us and that is really more of the meaning from the study.

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More than meaning from this study.

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Why

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out come to an even Rajab, similarly Yeah, he mentioned this belief he mentioned other versions of it as well

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which I'll come to

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and he also says that Salama

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can mean bones. Yeah, it can mean some bones and he implies that some some Allah Ma said it is the small bones in the joints of camels. Yeah. But it's it's used to imply all the bones he said Salama is the name of some small bones in the the the in camels, yeah. In their feet for example. And its implication however, means all bones that animals have been given and human beings are given that is one of his explanation. Other people say that Salama means the small points at a small

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bones which are in the hands of human beings. Yeah. And but it's used to imply all bones in the body.

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That a bozo is interesting.

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He takes that and it's all bonds in the

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hands of human beings, and how they're put together is a miraculous thing anywhere because the hand of the human being,

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whatever evolution you want to imply is a miracle in itself. And it's dexterity. Yeah. The jump that you take from the so called if you follow evolution from us to human beings, and I don't accept it anyway, the jump from the chimp or the orangutan, suddenly to the human being just from a physical aspect is too far of a jump in.

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Yeah. And they say, oh, there's all these hormone directors and all these other in between other humans are what the chimps, you know, we believe in when the human arrived, they arrived as we are with Adam Alayhis Salam, yeah, he didn't have to go through gradation. So Adam wasn't walking around like that. And then we came and we stood up now in the middle, I mean, well, that's all nonsense. We still we still got to be involved in them.

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The people who say that as an argument, but you can have evolving and the animal that still carries on, I understand what you're saying.

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Book I don't want to go into the argument of evolution, but all of them are present day. There's various opinions even if you accept evolution, but you can't accept even if you accept evolution, what has to be rejected, even though some Muslims do accept it? Is evolution from Shem to human being? Adam came from the heavens.

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In an instant he came, okay, so even those who accepted this is why they the problem is because the Quran and Sunnah do not fit human beings, Adam and Hawa coming from chimps, it completely

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disproven to

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some say that, but

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even the evolution evolution still kind of I don't want to get drawn into the it's a big discussion. I could spend three hours on evolution. That's not the point of this video. But I'm just mentioning it by the way of the miraculous because I was says the way the dexterity of the hand. Yeah, it could have that implication from gratitude to our last motto of what is given us by reality is let me tell you, the best explanation for Kulu Salama

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all is Jones is joints. We don't need to go into this small bones of the hand and all this business. I'll tell you why it's the best explanation.

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You know, if you want to understand a particular word in the Quran, and Hadith, where do you look first?

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In Quran and Hadith, don't you? Yeah, you cross reference. Yeah. And if you don't find it, then then you go to the next stage of Sahaba. Giving the explanation if you have something from a prior Hadith means the prophesizing then to Sahaba if there's anything authentic back to them, and when they differ, then you've got more options. Yeah. Yeah. So when we look at this, let me now give you a Hadith from Omar meaning Aisha Rodial Anna, which is also reported similarly from others as well.

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Now listen to this one, which is in

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Sahih, Muslim woman Woman, United Arab Emirates, she says the coal in our Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam upon the Messenger of Allah Salah Salam surely he said in a Holika Kulu insanity mean bunny Adam, surely. Yeah, every human beings of the children of Adam has been created Allah 16 was Salah Mia MUFE Salim with 360 MUFE saline joints. prophesies Some said that more than 1400 years ago,

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but men kept but Allah whoever says Allahu Akbar wa Hamid Allah and says Alhamdulillah wa * Allah and says like Allah illallah wa Subhanallah and say Subhana Allah was stuff for Allah and say I stopped for Allah. Yeah, what as Allah had urine and Tariq Enos and remove the stone from the past of people. Oh Shoka Oh, a thorn from the past of people. Oh as man or a bone from the past of people. Yeah. And trickiness? What am I gonna be my roof and stand for that which is good and just

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19191 Uh huh. And one can and forbids and stands against all that which is

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wrong and bad, and wretched. Either that tilt

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16 was salah, Mia Salama.

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Yah has accounted for

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the 360 Salama, now he says 360 Notice the word Salama. What did he say at the beginning of the Hadith, Sierra 60 missile? Yeah, muscle or muscle means joint.

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Yeah, that's the most clear and direct word. So notice our province or some uses that word missile and 360 interchangeably with Salam. And notice also,

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have you noticed what this IDF is like? It's just like

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is saying the same thing as he's saying in the other Hadith, even Hadith number 25 and 26, especially the 26th, because he's talking about removing harmful things from the road, which is what are these number 26 is saying, Yep. So here on MALAMI I have from the province and clarifies for us what Kulu Salama means from the Prophet himself.

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Isn't it?

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Because he says, whoever does these things has

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here has taken account for these 362 llama joints, plus the meaning of it then for Inaho yam she Yo Ma is in. Yeah, then surely he or she walks on that day were called Zaha NAFSA who Annina and they have saved their souls on that day from the fight.

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abou Abu Toba in this version, Hadith Sahih Muslim says Rob Burma call youm see rather than yam she

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rather saying that that person has will walk on that

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having been saved from the fire. The other meaning is because he said I might have misheard it that he or she gets to the evening for that day having saved themselves from the fire that fits with what we said earlier on them we Yeah, whoever does it during the day they're always saving themselves by the evening if they've done these good deeds. Yeah. Don't these good day then that day? Allah said in Hadith could see I'll be enough for them till the end of the day. Yes. Understand. So these are these has both meanings though. The narration also says they will walk on the Day of Judgment having been saved from the fire. That means we carry on doing this kind of thing. Yep.

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And there's also hadith of

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from which is a Hassan hadith is good. Hello. Say hello, Bonnie says sorry, my, my shake, which I have lunch today says is hasn't good so we can accept it as a good Hadith. And it's not weak. From Abby bowrider not the sahabi you're cool. He says sometta Rasool Allah is Allah Allah, Allah I heard the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam said, Bill in sound first to me I will say tuna Massillon in every human being there are 360 joints

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he's saying it as well from the Messenger of Allah No. Okay, for I lay here and yet a sub duck and upon the person is that he gives Cherokee from a on behalf of each joint and coolly muscling Minwoo visarpa

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Yeah, what does that sound like? Sounds like at least we're talking about this neck in the stand and it's using the word muscle now muscle or Mufasa which is joints so saliva means muscle.

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Yeah

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I've still been the host of masala Palu This adds further they said Sahaba Yeah, well man you T could Allah Jana be Allah.

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They thinking 360 Good deeds. is saying a Gu convey a hook has ability to be able to do that or messenger of Allah. In other words, we're going to find it difficult. Okay.

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Well man, you people alaka Jana be Allah. Allah rasool Allah, Allah Allah notice now this is, you see, because 306 implication is that you're busy doing things but not obligatory to the sense that you can't bear it. So the progress has always said and no ha tube

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will miss GB Tada fino ha

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spittle in the masjid that you bury with your foot with sand

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was che Oh,

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to now he he and Tariq and a thing that you removed from the pathway similar to the other Hadith

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by Elon tagit

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and if you're even if unable to do that,

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so I tagged Doha to Zielke then to the cause of slaughter, Doha will be enough from it will be accepted for me.

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So the 360 joints of doing good deeds is enough. If you can't do that you just put covered the spittle. How's the spittle in the mosque?

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They weren't carpeted like now is it? Yeah. So indicates sometimes Sahaba used to spit in the mouse. Other authentic hadith actually mentioned prophesized because what was the ground sand and pebble dogs used to walk in and out even Uber says from the mass of the province assuming you're in it sometimes and go out?

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Yeah, well, no. They used to just throw water on it or if they didn't know just dried off it wasn't a mud you can't apply that today's mask and say sorry, I let the dog in your in it is sorry. I'll spit in the moss. Did this pit Sava yesterday? Because the prophesize them said if you're going to speak during Salah do not speak ahead of you.

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Or to the right of you?

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Yeah, but spit to the left and bury it with your foot. He's talking about during summer salaallah Sophie's authentically because it is the height he said you are praying towards Allah Sua. That was a Qibla. Yeah. So this is height of a reverence that you're doing Salah facing the Qibla is like facing Allah subhanaw taala. And you spit in that direction? You understand? So it's about Adam and etiquette. So he allowed speaking to the left.

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And to bury it. So in case it was buried, somebody else comes on Verizon, this is sadaqa splitting it and if you do it, cover it.

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If you're the one done it cover it is a sidecar for who not for you is a charity is? Why is it similar to removing something harmful from the road?

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It's rather you're covering it because somebody else is going to pray and you don't want to end up putting their head or foot in your hospital.

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Understand why South Africa

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so you see here

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that when they say who can do 360 Good deeds. Yeah. You see from that, and the response to the Prophet saw some as an encouragement to be busy doing good deeds. Doesn't mean exactly have to do 360 This is language and Bulava. Yeah, when he says on his joint is do 360 You don't mean to say all day long, you got to do a 360 good deed. Because why sloth to Doha to rock as accepted on instead of it. It's actually you move all your 360 joints when you

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how many do you have the floor? You're using your whole body again? Yeah, so don't it's not literal.

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And this is language. When prophesized and speaking, you will have metaphor and majaz and Bulava in his exaggerated in language like saying you need to do good deeds all day long. Now, nobody understands from that, that I wake up in the morning. Yeah, all day long means be busy. Yeah. Don't say you can't sit and arrest you understand how it's not literally similar idea here. It means be busy doing good. Yeah.

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That's why the Hadith I mentioned last time and with the previous cool new ma roof in South Africa. All good like you do is a South Africa. So I'm busy, right? The idea is not to spend your life wasting it in laziness.

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Yeah. Is playing games suffer? No. Helping your mom soccer helping your wife sort of smile to your mum, smile to your wife, smile to your children, giving them advice. Look at the things we do all day long. There are full of sadaqa if you think of Allah subhanaw taala and I'm a believer. Yeah,

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being neighborly Satoko

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Yeah, that earning a living bringing it home. I told you this last time sort of, isn't it? Best of summed up top

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to spend on your own family? Yeah, rather than lazing around just playing games? Yeah. However, playing games, and I mean, just competing doing you might play a football game to keep yourself fit. Yeah. That's the Celica on who? on yourself,

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isn't it? Because we're also told to look after ourselves. Are we it's an Amana? That isn't the body. Yeah. So actually, yeah, so soccer as well. So when I say game, don't get the idea or company football is no solid. There is.

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Yeah. And if I my job is if I go and play cricket or sport and I get earning, I'm bringing it from my family. It's my job. Is it a salon?

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Yeah. So everything has to be looked at very carefully, rather than just having sweeping statements. But the point here

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again, In another Hadith in Sahih, Muslim to prophesy Salam said, we used to be who Allah will call the Salah, Salama every morning on every joint. Now we know Salama means, don't we?

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Despite what the Allama have said, yeah, the best cross reference is the Prophet himself telling you what it is.

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So I'm clear what Salam o means because a prophet doesn't use it interchangeably with joint.

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And actually, before I move on,

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it is interesting. As far as I'm aware, from the anatomist and biologists and the medics in the world to this day, the number of joints in the body of a human being is 361 of the modules are probably some don't go around counting every joint this is true he's given through why he's saying it is authenticated in various body yeah. Now what's joint you don't count a count now can have a debate. Is that joint count is that not forget all that okay. And if it's 360 Remember, I'm not mom never we said 40 Hadith evil 42 in it, but he still means 14 Yeah, and 360 they say Oh, well yeah, so it might not include certain joints if you said there's more of the use that is less in my

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include other joints that you haven't included.

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You understand what I'm saying? But the most common opinion amongst the anatomist till this day is the human body has failed 60 joints well established some track to different say on on this, but really that's what's establish.

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So in this hadith inside Muslim, the Prophet saw that this is a desert Saudis use Viola Cooley Salama, I mean, I had a come sadhaka each one of you every morning requires on behalf of every joint to give a chart

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for Kulu Presby hatin sadhaka and every Subhanallah is a sadhaka what could you tell me that in South Africa that's similar to the last study as similar to a hadith of Omar meaning? isotropically Alana, isn't it?

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But I've just mentioned where she mentioned serious 60 joints when the Prophet Sessoms right, and in that is test B again daleel made saying Alhamdulillah and Kulu kalila train sadaqa you see the interchangeability of Hadith number 25 and 26 which is what around 26 Now, yeah, we're Kulusuk be that in South Africa, which was in the previous leaf as well every Allahu Akbar is a saga what Cameroon Bill maruf sadaqa in Hadith number Yeah, that's at least in fact, Hadith number

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25th of 25 if you remember is the Hadith are bizarre.

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So this is another version of the same Hadith are bizarre because it's a bizarre and this

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except in this one he's mentioning and rejoint. In the other one, it wasn't that the other one if you remember, have you ever mentioned that poor companions came and said the rich the harbor running away with all the rewards?

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The one of the versions of beaver is mentioning that every joint plan is like prophesized some giving a recommendation for those who are poor to be they can be doing other things yet on behalf of the fact that Allah has given them all these joints and be busy in doing lots of good and stopping when knocking on your mancha as India the days is a sadhaka YuZ o Metallica, Rakatan yarraka Oguma, Amina Gupta.

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And what will compensate for all that is somebody praying to the cause of Doha in the morning

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Yeah.

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And you see, take that in a context.

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If you look at the previous advies. Yeah.

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And other Hadith I mentioned in the last Hadith explanation, this one, you've got rich people who are able to give charity, then you've got others to have our poll. And amongst the Sahaba will be those who are young, unable to do lots of things with aminos, who are old and will not be able to do those things. Yeah, so I would say

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Doha Raqqa, to Doha is more implied for those who are less ability because someone who say, Yes, Allah who can do all this right. Amongst them are weak amongst them who are old, but a young person.

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Can they be more busy doing other things? Yeah. So when he when he says salah, some take it in a context is enough for you to do? So how to Doha? If it was that only all the Muslim world assemble? I'm not gonna remove anything for harmful for the rod? I don't need to anymore. I'm not going to help anybody. Yeah, do anything. I'm not going to smile, I'm not going to help. I'm not going to record. Is that correct to do?

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Would it be Islamic character? Do you think that's what processes are encouraging? Forget all that, just due to the cause.

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There's no need for him to say all that, then there's no need for him to say there's no need for Allah to send in the Quran about doing good to other people. And obligations is that if Torah Gaza is enough, so put through the castle of Doha, in its place, firstly, is voluntary? Yes, he's got great reward. But the implication is, it will be enough for you. Because you and your body are not able to be able to take all and do all this. That's how I understand it. And if you're young, and you do all that, removing something harmful, and helping people and then risotto has well, you've got valleca Fabula. Up he may share as prophesized some say when those poor people Sahaba said, the

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rich people have heard what you've said about doing lots of good works, which don't involve finance and material. And they started doing this as well. What are the promises some said so they, they both he said, That's the bounty of Allah who gives to whomever He wills. And in some of these, he says, and yet,

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for anybody who just same as you from these things, which don't involve material spending, they'll get the same reward. Unless somebody comes along and does more than that, they'll get more

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so if somebody decided to do hop on I do, helping people removing something hard from the road and all that and do start with Doha, who's gonna get more important you understand?

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Yeah, very important to understand that

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now

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let's come back to that was really to show you that with software I've mentioned something about later on in regards to this hadith, but

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this so, I wanted to clarify this joint idea which I hope I have done and the theory of 60 joints which is

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linked with the same same Hadith rarely reported by various Sahaba

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what a month, two feeders

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is then go down and divide as he's as others have done before he divides saga into two kinds

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that which is materials base, which we get from the previous a deep anyway, I mentioned this last with the last study. So he divides it into um while giving

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and he divides it into a file of doing

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and under doing he divides it into two categories as well. That which you do for yourself. Remember I mentioned this and that which you do to benefit others. What do you do to benefit yourself?

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That Illa Illa Allah Subhana Allah humbly Allah slaughtered Doha it's not benefiting anybody else is benefiting me. Yeah.

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And that which you do to help others and as I mentioned with the last Hadith, what is greater reward

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is going to be helping others because if my salah is actually teaching me anything, including extra Salah it is to be good to others, because being bad to others, which is the opposite. It's going to land me in very serious trouble. Is it not? Including other, including even the environment and the animals? Yeah.

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Including the iron and I'll come to that yet.

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which,

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what shows is that? Because if you look at a bankrupt person money's worthless colonists are the last alum who is the bankrupt one. So unless the one who's got no data mattina they got nothing, no money. He's then he said, the more fleece the bankrupt one is the one who comes on the Day of Judgment, with lots of Salah lost of lots of fasting. Yeah, and lots of giving sadaqa in materially, then comes the one that they insulted then comes the one that they slapped, then comes. Yeah. And the Q forms. Well, what's happening? And what happens with all these

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things of sadaqa that I gave to myself, they're all going to be take taken away because the rights of others.

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Yeah. And, you know, that's why all Mr. FOCA have quite rightly said from Grant and Sunnah, that the rights of Allah. When you do, Toba will be forgiven. But when you increase the rights of others, Allah will forgive you from his side of the sin. But what about the person that you've murdered or you've hurt and you've injured?

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How's that going to be forgiven?

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That's still outstanding, by the way.

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Because just fifth requires, unless they forgive you while they're alive in this world. Yes.

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So I've stolen some money from somebody.

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They died.

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I make Toba to Allah reform. I used to be a robot and a thief. So Allah will forgive me in sha Allah, we pray if I'm sincere. We believe in that Toba. Allah will forgive a believer.

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Yeah, that person's gone.

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Yeah.

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So they can ask for compensation on the Day of Judgment.

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So that's why Allah Ma said, do lots of good deeds in case you ask forgiveness for even the sins that you've done on others, they're gonna ask for compensation. So if you've got lots of good deeds, at least, you may be able to compensate them because they'll be given to them.

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And when they run out in the hadith of who's the banker what happens then?

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What we saw some said, and the person's good deeds run out, and that people are still standing there for their right, the one you slapped on when you insulted and the one you did this, and that too. So now what happens publicize them said now because there's nothing from you for you to compensate them, they take their bad deeds, and they throw them on this person and then he or she is thrown into the fire.

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That Hadith itself tells you which is a greater priority to be good to others. Not to forget, of course, your vicar and your Salah because it's going to help you to be good to others but if you think you can limit it to just that from the studies that's why I said slot to door

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Yeah, doesn't cover that you don't need to do anything good.

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Yeah.

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From this is the example. So

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from from the doings is those came in disbelief on what you do to others, and from doings not involving material benefit, or is the currently bad at what you do as a solar car for yourself?

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As yourself as you praise Allah, and thank you but if you go back to the purpose of the bladder, which the Quran tells you,

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isn't it?

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If fun Salah in salata tan ha and you fat shy well mooncup surely Salah

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prevents you from lewdness and all kinds of wrong meaning to others doesn't it does not include slatted door Doha by the way

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of course it is the first law its purposes that of course this recurring reminder but the reminder is of Allah that he's gonna punish me if I do evil.

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This was the last four slot to Doha is also telling you Yeah. And when it's saying that it means What's the opposite of that of doing Moncure and bad

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of doing good. So my salah is telling me to go and do good, is it not?

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Yeah, including my voluntary Salah and Salah is dhikr What's the main purpose of Salah? Subhanallah Alhamdulillah Allah Ilaha illa Allah. Yeah, Allahu Akbar. does all of that come in Salah?

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That's why the prophesy son said to the cause,

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are slow to do because it all there has to be that allele. That means it's all there, including the moving up and down. Yeah, and that's gonna teach you

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So as a reminder, we teach you to be good to others, isn't it? So we must remember the implications of that.

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Now, what I

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really like, is where Ibn Rajab went with

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this idea of South Africa. And he, what he does

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is that he says,

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quite rightly

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that the real meaning of

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Kulu Salam?

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Yeah, every joints

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meaning nurse or the human beings has a duty to be the sanitized charity is given on his behalf. Every day the sun comes.

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Whatever read up says What I also think is the best explanation

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is from an angle of

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cars, joints. In majaz, in metaphor, you can mention a part, but it means the whole so let's not the progress has been mentioning the joints, the 360 of them. But the fear of 60 joints is not a skeleton standing there in the cupboard isn't.

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The 360 joints represents who the nastic says Kulu Solana meanness, the 360 joints is an indication of the human being how he or she has been put together by Allah in this majestic way. But it represents not only the joints it meant represents the whole.

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You understand?

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Yeah. In repertory in Bulava when a part is mentioned. But it's so important part yet.

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A part can be mentioned but it's referring to the whole

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it's referring to the whole.

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And that's the idea here. The idea that Allah Swatara gave you human being made you in this form.

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Yeah.

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You should be grateful for the form he's given you and all the bounties he's given you. Every day the sun comes up. And the sun coming up every day is not not a bounty of Allah. The sun coming up is not literal again, because you don't say, Well, I'm in Manchester that somehow you will never see the sun is always raining.

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You understand what literally is meaning? It's not literally I mean, there's a sun silk come up.

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Yeah, you can't say I live in Lapland in Norway and Sweden.

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And for you know, four or five months of it. Some doesn't ever come up and forget the six months Sun's always up. We have the midnight sun. So this really doesn't apply to me. That's just nonsense.

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Yeah, it means every day you've been given life.

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That's an expression being used to describe a day a time in your life. It's an expression not to be taken literally in play games with it. Is an expression to imply everyday you have been given life from Allah subhanaw taala. Is that not a bounty? So?

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Yeah, so the Celica is sadaqa is Shaka to Allah subhanho wa Taala for His bounties to you.

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That's the purpose of these Hadith. Really, it is.

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Okay, shocker.

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Yeah, and the three 360 joint meaning every part that Allah swallow. So it's like

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Allah subhanaw taala saying, we're entitled dunya and Mata Allah He Allah to sue in, in Santa Rosa lumen guests. After mentioning all the various boundaries Allah has given to the human being on the day and the night and the rivers on the seas. Yeah. Things that we take for granted. Allah says and if you were to count, Matt, Matt, Allah, the bounties of Allah, you will never be able to the favors of Allah on you. You will never be able to count the

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lack of Suha Yeah, Shall we sit down and start counting them? You will be here forever. Where are you going to where you're going to start where you're going to stop actually? Yeah, a lot of Suha in in San surely the human being is inclined to

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was

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injustice wrongdoing, the lumen Cafaro being ungrateful?

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Except the believer. That doesn't mean the believer A believer is not meant to be the loom. Zalim wrongdoer unjust and ungrateful is a believer meant to be ungrateful, the word kuffaar is used, because it is kuffaar who are kuffaar?

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You understand me that's one of the meanings of kufr is ingratitude.

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Why? Because the original meaning of cafetera is to cover up. So disbelievers are covering up they know the truth that God exists but they are covering it.

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And how does it apply to ingratitude

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all the bounties Allah has given they're just covering it, ignoring,

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not appreciating and showing gratitude to Allah is to cover up the gratitude.

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Pretend it was

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pretend admit myself, pretend I did everything.

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Yeah, I'm so great. That is covered in gratitude, ingratitude and disbelief. Both are implied in Cofer.

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So that's why

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when Allah Swatara Masons Look man, he says we're lapada attain local man el Haik Mata and Nish, Cole lil? Indeed, we gave Lachman wisdom what was that? Initially called Lila so be grateful to Allah?

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Yeah, and it's called lil my score in namah Yash score early enough see whoever is grateful then they are grateful for their own good

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sort of who is it benefiting really in the end? Allah or us? Me?

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Therefore whoever is grateful to Allah they're grateful for their own good.

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Yeah.

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Well, men get FARA. Notice with the West comes out with now the opposite. After Shaka, Allah describes the opposite the one who doesn't give thanks. And Allah says why men get Farah. So how does you translate that in the Quran, it shall be translated and whoever is ungrateful.

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But in Allah heavenly Yun hammy, for surely Allah is all rich above all need all praiseworthy anyway doesn't need your prayers and my praise doesn't need you give sadaqa everything Allah's rich. Allah doesn't eat above all need you're not in a is reiterating that even if you're ungrateful. Makes no difference to him. The loss is yours.

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Yes.

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And similarly, actually, I was thinking about this area

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last few weeks.

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So you will always use translate as how is it you disbelieve or denying this verse and I'm going to give you it now, but I think it means how is it the you are ungrateful? Why when I was when I saw from Bukhara says, but it has both implications anyway. Yeah. But it needs to be mentioned in gratitude here. Why? Because Allah says,

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que fedtech For rune Abbey. He work home tomb am wet and Fafa Yeah, cool. How is it that you're ungrateful?

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Peck fauna Billa with ungrateful to Allah when you were dead and non existent.

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And he gave you life.

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Welcome to Anwar 10 fathia calm you were dead and non existent. We gave you life. Yeah, so Naomi to come some of you.

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Then he will give you this again. And Danny will give you life again to Maggie Leigh. He told her Jr. who then you will all return back to him.

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Okay, for tech for all. You could say how is it you disbelieve? No. How is it? You're ungrateful because you were dead and non existent. They gave you the gift of life.

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He gave you the gift of life.

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Then to tell you you're gonna die, but he's gonna give you life again. And you have an opportunity to live forever and ever immortality in paradise. How is it? You're ungrateful?

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Yeah. And

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I'll finish here, the verse that comes after it gives you further indication as to why it's how is it? You're ungrateful? Because the verse then says,

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Why you lay it all down? Who will be who will levy

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Holla Holla come fill out Rudy Jermy

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He it is Who has created for you everything in the earth

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Subhan Allah He it is Who created for you everything in the earth in the land.

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Isn't that something to be grateful for? You understand why Allah says the next verse He created everything for you.

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So Mustafa ilus. If so, well, NASA bass. Well, then he turned to the heavens and made it into seven heavens, where we will be equally che in Ali, and he is completely and fully aware of all things, including your ingratitude.

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You see why being ungrateful fits here, give you life and then it gives you everything that you created for yours sustenance and your leisure and pleasure in land. So it's not not to be something that's why that's saying how is it you're ungrateful then? Yeah.

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Um,

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so I haven't finished with that.

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We're running out of time, and I'll give you a few minutes for asking questions. We'll begin with the idea of Chaka yeah, there's a few more verses I want to mention.

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To Do With gratitude, this is important for us to realize

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because really, that is the essence of this hadith. It comes from that attitude of chakra and gratitude. Because chakra and gratitude will lead you to be humble and to help and benefit others.

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Arrogance and thinking I'm full of it and I've done everything is not likely to make you be helpful to others.

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Materialists and atheists are not the place where poor people go to go and beg

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they go to places of worship

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even where all these gods or worship, but they go to places of religion that's my point, isn't it?

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Because the atheist is gonna say Tough luck may

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you bet the short straw Yeah, so accidental it's all just happening all nonsense they come out with a nonsense they come up with we'll discuss another day. A call call we had was the federal labor law in the whole Google of federal rushing any questions on what we've covered

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you have to remind me shocker when January welcomes me

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a man we've known them on a bit yeah.

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So because you've read from

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you said that

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I didn't know Scott transcript is copy here we've got what he had. This parchment was available for some time

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is known by the magazine's very famous.

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No, no, no, no, no, you won't know. Because he's, you will know Sahaba because normally if you look at Imam and now we just mentioned the chain he says Abu Hurayrah so you have no idea who's reporting over IRA until you go to the Hadith books in Sahih Muslim and all the other Hadith but you will find where it mentions. Yeah, among them gonna

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be authentic? Yes. That's the idea.

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And he's very famous Muhammad does he know him and know him very well. But you have to be in that field to know that name.

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Any other questions? Anything from question wise from

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your question? All right. Hope it wasn't too

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good to be back. Monica Lo Fi con May Allah accept from us and forgive us, keep us guided her right and we'll continue inshallah next week.

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