Nadim Bashir – The power of Intention

Nadim Bashir
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of intentions in shaping behavior and behavior in general, citing the use of the title " grant of intentions" in the Quran as a way to emphasize the importance of intentions in shaping behavior and behavior in general. They emphasize the need to change one's life and make the right intentions to avoid overwhelming the system, as well as the importance of following the Sunoplas of time and making the right intentions to avoid overwhelming the system. They also share stories about individuals who have a proper intention to achieve success and make the right intentions to avoid overwhelming the system.
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah in Muhammad who want to start in and we want to start off hero when our the bIllahi min surely and phocoena Mejia the healer who for more than della woman your little fella had wanted to do a

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The moon will call it Isla FEMA common AF or yeah you Hallerin multiple law how abou Poland said either your

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way of feeling like I'm gonna go back home or my daughter in law Rasulullah for the first time I was in Lima. So the Allahu dalim for in a circle How do you think Kitab Allah wa Highland had he had you Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was Sharon morning to her. We're calling.

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We're calling them with the item Bala. We're collaborating fina about

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my brothers and sisters.

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Allah subhanahu wa Isla gave us the Quran.

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We have the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And the purpose of the Quran is not not to simply just read the Quran

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala wants us to reflect upon the Quran. That's why Subhan Allah when you study the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala did not just dump information upon the people during the time of Rasulullah sallallahu Ana he was sending them but he sent it out in the Quran that reflect upon the things around you. Because without reflection, you will not understand the what is the idea and the objective of the Quran?

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Allah subhanho wa Taala and sort of Asha says a fella Yun Bruna Eden EBk for wholecut Why did Allah talk about the camel? Because Allah wants us to reflect upon the camel. We look at the sky every single day. But is it just to see or do Allah subhanho wa Taala says what Enos sama ek photofit right? Reflect upon the sky above you. You look at the ground, what's the purpose behind it? Allah subhanaw taala wants us to reflect upon it way in and out of the cave as to the heights reflect upon the things around you. Allah subhanho wa Taala has created everything in this universe, whether it exists within our knowledge or not, but for the time being and just for now, because of the crunch

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of time. I just want you to reflect that what is the difference between us as human beings and animals?

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Because animals eat and so as human beings, so do we, animals drink and we drink water to

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and animals they wander around? And so do we. They do whatever they want. And Allah subhanaw taala as human beings He has given us freewill. So we do what we want. Animals have children, and so do we. But Why did Allah subhanho wa Taala create us as the greatest form of His creation? What makes us so superior than then you know what it makes us so superior compared to all the other creatures of Allah subhanho wa Taala when Allah in Surah watin was a to mentions Lakota Hala, Cornell in Santa Fe Asante, Taka when that we are creating you in the best form, what makes us so superior? The answer is the Allah subhanho wa Taala in the Quran, as you see now once but multiple occasions. He

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says after Latifa karoun A fella Tapi Loon, Allah subhanaw taala is asking us that don't you understand, I have given you something called the Arpan. I've given you something which is called the intellect and you use this brain of yours and use his intellect. And you do things cautiously and not just subconsciously, you think about every single thing that you do. Because as a human being for the most part, we do things on a day to day basis. In fact, many scientists believe that on a normal day 60% of what we do is done subconsciously is things that we do without giving any time kind of thought.

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So what makes us so different once again, it is the AHCA that ALLAH SubhanA has given us. And we use that every single time we do anything. And this is where in Islam, we talk about the concept and the importance of intention. We talk about the concept of of intention, why am I doing this? Animals don't say why am I doing this? They just do it. But what makes us different is that we always have this idea of why am I doing this? Now why in a wrong way that we are objecting to Allah subhanho wa Taala but we are saying that why am I doing this and what am I getting out of this?

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And that's why in Islam and within our deen there is so much emphasis upon the concept of intention. That's why Subhanallah when you study any book of FIP the concept and the idea and the topic of intention is relevant across the board. You study Kitab Salah, the idea and the topic of intention is irrelevant there. You study Kitab Iman and faith intention is found over there you study Kitab was sown Kitab was Zakah Kitab al Hajj and any other kitab. In the books of FIP. Across the board, the subject of intention comes up over and over again. But what happens is that in life, we don't pay attention to the things that are invisible. We don't pay attention to the things that are behind

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the scenes. That's why Subhan Allah, the example that has been given of intention is like a seed that we planted into the ground. When we put a seed into the ground, we make sure that it is surrounded with layers of healthy soil that will that will ensure that the this

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Seed is able to sprout a healthy plant. And so after we put that seed into the ground, we look after it. But what happens is that when that seeds when that seed began to sprout, and you see a very beautiful plant on top of the ground, none of us we began to think about the work and the effort that went behind the seed with the person who planted that seed, but what we see is what is in front of us, which is a bush of very beautiful roses.

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And so we don't pay attention upon the invisible thing. The invisible thing here is that seed, and these and these scholars, they give this example, that that seed is like the intention in your heart.

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That seed is like the intention in your heart, we don't pay close attention to the intention, we always play, we always pay close attention to what comes after. But if we do not pay close attention to the intention, then this will have a very this will have an effect upon the outcome. It's like imagine think about Iman,

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we always talk about Iman,

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and the example of of iman in the Quran of la ilaha illa Allah in the Quran as Allah subhanaw taala highlights in Surah Ibrahim, Allah says Allah enter okay for the robber Allahu methylene Kelly Mehta and fee button. Khashoggi rootin for you, but in a slow Hatha habit will follow her for summer. The day the example of the Kalama is like that tree

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whose, whose roots are firm into the ground. Now we don't see those roots, those roots are invisible. That's why many times we don't pay close attention to the roots. Likewise, Iman is something that you cannot see, the intention is something that is not visible. And that's why for the most part, we don't pay close attention to that. Whereas in the Quran, and especially within the hadith of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there is so much emphasis upon the idea of intention. And intention is that what comes before the action, so meaning that we can do anything, but if the intention is not in the right place, then that action will fall short. That action will

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fall short. That's why when you open the books of a hadith especially you open a book, like Riyadh, the Saudi hen, is one of the famous collections of a hadith. The very first Hadith in this book is enamel. Roubini yet, a hadith narrated by almost even a couple of the Allah Tala on a very well known Hadith amongst many of us that all the actions are dependent on his intention. We're in nama liquid limited in Manoa and every person will get what they intend for. Now, this hadith is so important that people like scholars, such as Imam Shafi Rahmatullah here are named. At one time he said that this is half of knowledge this hadith represents half of knowledge. And another time he

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said that our entire Deen our deen Islam the foundation of Islam revolves around three a hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and when those are hadith is this hadith in normal armor Lumina yet.

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Imam Abu Dawood Rahmatullah. Here it says that the entire foundation of Islam revolves around five, a hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and one of those hadith is this hadith in Arma, live in the yard, and Subhanallah, when the scholars get into this discussion, that why didn't Imam know Allah here? And they include any other Hadith or why did he not start off with any other Hadith in his famous collection? They come down to one conclusion. And that conclusion is the Imam No, we're talking with Allah, Allah is sending a very clear message to the reader of this book, that this book, you have to make sure that your intention is in the right place before you read this

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book. And that's why he said the reference Hadith in the Malama. Lubin yet, because if your intention is not right, that you can go through this entire book, and this book will not have no effect upon you. But if your intention is in the right place, if your intention is correct, and it is pure, and it is for the right reason, and we once again went through this process, this thought process of why am I doing it? I'm not just doing this subconsciously, but I think about this, why am I doing this? Then hopefully you will get through the entire book and you will benefit from the entire book. This is why scholars believe that you might know we started off his book with in with

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Armando Binney yet but at the same time when we talk about Nia what is the benefit of having the proper intention?

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What is the effects of

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Having a proper intention and when the intentions are not there, how does it affect us?

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Let me tell you, when you're when our intention is in the right place, when we are making the right intention and we're making a proper intention. First of all, whatever we do, it becomes meaningful. It becomes meaningful. Number two is that it provides reward, it provides reward. So for example, think about this.

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How many of us we come too much every single day?

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Or many of us come to me every single day. Now if I come to the masjid just because I'm coming to the masjid, then remember we have to go back to the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where the Prophet alayhi salam says we're in nama liquid limited Eman our you will get exactly what you intend for whatever your intention is that exactly you will get and you'll get nothing more. So if I come to the masjid and my intention is I'm just going to the masjid that there is nothing that is going to come from coming to the masjid. But if my intention is I'm going to the masjid so I can think so I can come close to Allah subhanho wa Taala so I can hear a call Allah and Allah Rasool

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said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam and hopefully the light of Eman will come into my heart. Then since that is your intention, when you go to the masjid and you frequent the masjid, that is exactly how you will benefit from the Masjid. We report on every single day. If I'm reading Quran just because I'm reading Quran then there is no benefit behind that. But that is why we are required to think about before I read the Quran, why am I doing this? How many of us have been for Hajj and Umrah? How many of us have been for Hajj and Umrah so many of us the purpose of Hajj as many Ahmadi agree is that you have to change your life. Now if we go for Hajj and we go for ombre and we boast about this

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that I have done multiple genres I've done multiple Hajj. But if I'm the same exact person that we really need to reflect upon the intention that we made before we went for hij before we went for ombre if I went for ombre because this is going to be a great time with my family, then yes, you will have a great time with your family because that is what you intended for and we're in America namely Manoa that's all you get. But if we go for Umrah, oh we go for hydrogen and may Allah Subhana Allah grant all those people who have never done hij before May Allah Subhana Allah grant them hygiene sha Allah.

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If we go for heights with the intention, that I'm going to change my life, I'm going to make this an experience of a lifetime. Then insha Allah it will be an experience of a lifetime.

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We do so many things every single day. As I said, we go to the restroom.

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When I go to the restroom, I'm going there not because to have fun. No one goes home no one goes to the bathroom like let's have fun. We go to them we go to the bathroom because we need to. We take care of our needs and we get out. But if the intention

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if the intention is I'm going inside and but before I do that, I will follow the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There is a mess known dua dua that we find in the life of the saw that Salam when he would enter into the restroom. There were etiquettes when he was inside the restroom, and there were etiquettes when he would come outside of the restroom. And if we make it a habit to observe, and implement those teachings of our associate Allahu alayhi wa sallam than even as going into the restaurant becomes an Ali Baba. See, this is what intention is all about. I'm not just going to the restroom, I have to go to the restroom. Yes. But there is a thought process

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that goes into that. Because once again, we're human beings. We're not just animals. For a person who goes to work.

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We all go to work. Someone asks you why you're going to work. I'm going to work because I have to earn an income for my family. I have to provide food on the table for my family. I have to provide a roof over my own my family, I have to take care of their needs. That's why I'm going to work. So that is your intention. So your intention is to go and earn money. So what happens we're in an equilibrium manner where Allah gives you exactly what you want and what you intended for. But if we change the intention here, that I'm going because taking care of my family is a religious obligation

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is a religious obligation. And I'm going to go I'm going to earn money with from a halal source to please Allah subhanho wa Taala that you could be sitting in Cisco for eight hours during the day, but you will get the reward of a bother for eight hours during the day.

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This is how

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intention changes everything.

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There are many youth over here who are studying, they're going to school. What is your objective when you go to school, let's just say you're becoming a doctor. If you become a doctor and you're thinking back in the back in your mind, or you're becoming an IT professional, like you're going to involve, you're going to get involved in coding, whatever it is. So you're thinking that I'm going to go study, if you're a doctor, you know, I'm studying why, because I want to earn a six figure salary.

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I want to earn a six figure salary, I want to do it because I love it. Hey, that's your intention. But let's just say if we were to change our intention, let's just say a person is going and studying medicine. But the intention is that Allah subhana wa Taala will insha Allah provide me and give me a certain skill set? Allah subhanaw taala will provide me knowledge, and through this knowledge, and through this skill set, I will help the Muslim community and I will help those who are in need, and I will help those who need my who need my assistance. Why only to please Allah subhanho wa Taala Yes, money is part of the I'm not taking away the aspect of money, money can stay there, the

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intention of money can remain there. But you also change your intention that you're doing it to please Allah subhanho wa taala. In the long run, then what happens is that every single time you're sitting, you're sitting there, you're studying, you're in class, you're in residency, you're studying anatomy and physiology, and whatever you're doing, you're getting the reward as if you're engaging everybody that because your intention is to please Allah subhanho wa taala. If your intention is to become an IT expert, or IT professional, and the idea is that I'm going to help, yes, I'm going to earn a salary from this, I'm going to earn an income from this, but at the same

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time, if my Muslim community needs my help, I'm going to provide my services my valuable time to help the cause of Islam. I love Islam, I'm going to help the cause of Islam through my skill set, that you can be sitting there and you could be just coding away, but you'll get the reward all this time that you're doing that this is the power of intention. So the question is that what what is our intention? Before I get married, why am I getting married? Am I just getting married? In my having kids because this is just a life. This is how life goes on. You know, we study we grow up, we get married, then we have kids, then we become old is that what life is no. At the time of even

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marriage. The idea and the intention in our hearts should be that I'm getting married to a righteous spouse, that through this righteous spouse, I will come close to Allah subhanho wa Taala we will aid one another to come close to Allah subhanho wa Taala we will wake up each other for salt and Fajr we will help each other to to please Allah subhanho wa Taala we will produce children that will please Allah subhanahu wata Isla, then in that case, your marriage is not just a part of life, but then your marriage becomes a burger.

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How many of us as men, we babysit at home, the wives are at home, taking care of the children. The wife comes home one day and says, You know what, I have to go to a certain event, I have to go to a seminar, I have to go to a conference, you're gonna sit at home and take care of the children. So the men at home is sitting down there taking care of their children, they're babysitting, someone gives you a call, what are you doing? I'm babysitting the children. And let's say you were to change your intention when you babysit your children to when you are at home taking care of your children, you change your intention, I'm at home, I'm going to give time to my children. First of all, because

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that is what was was Allahu alayhi wa salam did. Number two is that hopefully the time I'm giving to my children, I'm going to modify and I will see if there's anything wrong that they're doing. I'm going to change that. I'm going to make them into better people. I'm going to teach them o'clock I'm going to teach them who Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam was so that they can become people who will please Allah subhanho wa Taala then guess what? Your time that you're giving at home 234 hours of babysitting that you're doing at home, even that becomes an arriba even that becomes a brother. So that's why we have to pay very close attention to our intentions. What are we doing it for?

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Always ask this question to ourselves, why am I doing it? So this is one thing what happens? Well, this is the first benefit that we get when we make the proper intention, everything becomes meaningful. The second thing is that we're able to achieve more when a person's intention is in the right place. Allah subhanho wa Taala helps that person to achieve their goals. I want to share with you the story of once again, the person the author of the other side of me might know we document the law highly. When you say the life of us we have no way to handle

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I lay as a young child, he became a half of the Quran, a half of the Quran at the age of nine to 10 years old. It said that a scholar and he belong to a family, which is not very well off. He was born to a father who was the owner of a grocery store. So as Imam No, he was growing up, his father had given him responsibilities inside the grocery store, you have to stay here and you have to do this. But what happened was that one day a scholar was passing through the city. And what he witnessed was something that was very phenomenal. He said that I saw, the scholar says that I saw a group of kids playing. And next to this group of kids, there was one other child that was sitting down, and he was

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holding a book in his hand. And he was just reading away, he was flipping the pages. And he was just reading, on and on. And he says that, as you know, as time went on, I will see that these kids were playing, they were trying to go and grab that kid, and they would try to engage him. But because he was so immersed into his books, he never gave them any attention. He says that when he inquired, they told him that this is this is who the child is, his father is the owner of that grocery store. So he says that the scholar says that I went to the grocery store to talk to the father and tell him that you're you have a very gifted son. And I believe that you should dedicate him and get let him

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go and study and pursue his studies in Islamic sciences. And he says, Absolutely not. I need his help. He's gonna stay here with me. But he said that Imam No, we don't need to lie, they then reached the age of approximately 19 years old. And at that time, 19 years old, you're considered as an adult, like a really developed mature adults. So what happens is that, hey, the father sees his dedication. And he says, You know what, if you want to go and study, go and study, I give you permission, email, now we'll come to that I then went to Damascus, and he studied, and whenever you talk about any shutter, and any explanation of the Hadith, you always mentioned Imam knowing his

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name. Whenever you talk about any fifth matter, the name of Imam No, we always comes up, and Imam no will lie because of his intention all along all these years. It said that he went at the age of 19, to study and he passed away at the age of 43. He never lived a very long life. When you look at all his works and all his accomplishments, it will come to a person's mind that this slide, this person lived a life of 70 to 80 years. But that's not the case with email. No, we're not going to the right age because Allah was able to give him the trophy, to achieve whatever he was able to achieve in such a short span, because his intention was in the right place, because his intention was in the

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right place. And Allah subhanaw taala even with us, if our intention is true, then Allah subhanaw taala will even help us achieve our goals. May Allah subhana give all of us the ability to act upon what has been said and heard, Barack hola hola and welcome flipper and Alim when I found out what ei culminated with the kill Hakeem, I stopped for Allah. Hi, Lea, welcome. Well, he said you must have your first dog flew in no who would have a fool Rahim?

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Ibrahim in the Camino Majid on my bed.

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What is another benefit of having a proper intention is that Allah subhana wa Taala removes obstacles. Without going into great detail. We all know the story about the three people who were stuck in the cave. And each of them, they plead to Allah subhana wa Taala that in the past, they had done something. One person said that he did something for his parents. One person said that he did not violate anyone else's rights. One person said that I was able to give a person their right. They came to ask me for money, I gave them their due right. Each of these people they mentioned that their intention was to do it, only to earn the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa taala. And Allah Saba

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and that hadith mentions that Allah removed the boulder and there was a huge rock at the entrance of the cave, Allah subhanaw taala removed that. So we need to really reflect it really pay close attention to our intentions. Now, the reason why the reason I gave this clip but today about intention is because number one, we don't pay close attention to our intentions. We don't talk about this subject matter so, so much

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But at the same time the reason I give this goodbye is because we have approximately one month to go before Ramadan starts. From now, we need to make the right intention. How many years of Ramadan have we spent and just you can do the math based on how old you are. If you have been fasting for 10 years, that means you have faster for 300 days at least. Now even including the Mondays and Thursdays the three white days a young meal, just in any given year if you're fasting only in Ramadan, and 10 years you have fasted 300 times. Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about the what is the objective of fasting? Now the question is that if I have fasted if I've been fasting for 20 years,

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if I've been fasting for 30 years that how many fasts have I done? I've if you have fasted for if you have asked for 30 years that means that there is 900 cm in your record where is that 900 cm to show for in our lives, Ramadan starts Ramadan finishes and we're the same exact person you know why? Because every time we are not making the right intention, we're making the intention Ramadan comes around oh my god is going to be hot oh my god this oh my god that but the intention that we need to make before Ramadan starts is that I'm going to make this a Ramadan never like before. I'm going to make sure that the way I come close to Allah and this time Milan, I have never come close to Allah

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subhanho wa Taala in any other Ramadan. If our intention is in the right place, if the intention is true and is correct and it is sincere, then I guarantee you you will see the benefits of Ramadan. You will notice after Ramadan you are a changed person altogether. But if we are just making a general intention, if our intention is just very general, the Ramadan is coming. I have to fast out fast that's it, then that's all you'll get. We're in Namale equilibrium Manoa but if the intention is different, Allah the results will also be different May Allah Subhan Allah give all of us the ability to act upon what's been sent or heard. But Allahu Munster Islam will mostly mean Allah

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