Explaining The Tree Of Eemaan Part 1

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Bismillah to Allah. After a short delay, we're finally beginning from the Allah.

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As for our topic, by the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Our topic is going to be around the topic of email. And the book we're going to be discussing is called a phobia of Albion the sakura demon, or a clarification and explanation for the tree of Eman. The author of this book is a fabulous man and no naka de Rahim Allah Masha Allah, Who as most of you may or may not know was the chef of Muhammad mossadegh Hello, samina Rahim, Allah tala. He was born in 1308. And he died in 1376. And as for the content of this book, is a parable that Allah subhanho wa Taala gives in the Quran in surah Rahim is 24 and 25 and rinella, Allah will be expanding on the server and trying to derive as many

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benefits of it as possible. As for the contents of the book is divided into three main chapters. And we're going to be going along with the same guideline. The first chapter is the definition of the mind and the truth of the mind. And then the second chapter is about how does one go about increasing one's mind and preserving one's image? And thirdly, are is what are the benefits of image like what are what is one key gain out of having a man? So first, let's start off who is the ayah in the Quran, where Allah subhanaw taala talks about the server? Allah, Allah says in Surah Ibrahim is 2425

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solar panels Allah He starts off in this is by saying, Have you not seen how Allah subhanho wa Taala brings forth the example of a good word. And this good word is like the good tree of flow has sabich wasa who has a son who his roots are firmly grounded and whose branches are high up in the sky. So the cola cola in India is not a gift from its fruit at all times by the will have its role and thus Allah subhanho wa Taala gives parables and examples to mankind, so that they may reflect.

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Now firstly, we need to understand brothers and sisters. Why is it that Allah Subhana Allah gives her both in the Quran. If you reflect upon the Quran and read the Quran, you will see that throughout the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala he gives parables all over the place to various things. Right? Now why did Allah subhanho wa Taala give parables in the Quran? From a linguistic perspective, one of the benefits of a server is that it gives the person a better understanding that as we know Allah subhanho wa Taala created our minds in a very finite and limited manner. So our understanding is likewise finite and limited. So to make sure that we have a clear picture, a

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picture in which there is no doubt or controversy, Allah subhanho wa Taala this gives us terrible. Now the turbo that Allah subhana wa tada bestows upon us in this is like Allah subhanho wa Taala says, is of the beautiful word

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The good word. And this beautiful and good word is none other than the Shahada of eyeshadow, La ilaha illa Allah, that you testify that there is none worthy of worship, besides Allah subhanaw taala.

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And then Allah subhanho wa Taala, he says that

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this tree that resembles this good word is like that of a tree of slow hash tag, whose roots are firmly grounded, and just like the roots of this tree are firmly grounded. So as the Shahada, or the justification, that La Ilaha Nevada, there's no one was your worship, besides Allah, likewise, is firmly grounded in the hearts of the believers, that when a person has to imagine, he will hold on to it as firm as possible, he will not want to let go of it at any cost. And this is like the firm roots of the tree. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala, he says, wha hoo, ha sistema, who is fruits have whose branches are high up in the sky, meaning that they are there for everyone to see and

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everyone to benefit from. And likewise, this is the example of the believer as well, that you can see the act out of him and you can see the effect of his email and not only upon himself. But amongst those people. He is around amongst his companions, amongst his family amongst his friends, that his demons not only benefits him would affect those around him as well. And then Allah subhana wa Tada. He says, that it gives him its fruit at all times whether we'll have explored, and this is the believer as well, that from the benefit of his email, he is not only benefiting himself, but benefiting those people around him as well. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala, he ends of the ayah by

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saying, and thus Allah subhanho wa Taala puts forward parables, so that mankind may return and reflect.

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This is what is required, but this is this is from the ayat of the Quran, that not only do we read them, and try to understand them, but we reflect upon them and contemplate upon them as well. We're in contemplation and reflected upon this is in this process, Allah subhanaw taala. And we are understanding the words of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And through this, this is how we obtain success, not only in this life, but in the hereafter as well.

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So that having been said, Now let's take a look at what exactly the man is, and how is it defined in the Quran and the Sunnah, along with the understanding of our five predecessors, the last time it was Allah be pleased with them all.

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As for a man from the linguistic perspective, then

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you hear a lot of the scholars say, who are possibly apologizing, that it is the utmost of an affirmation or affirmation that has no doubt in it. And obviously, this is you go into quite a bit of detail in the Arabic language.

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But when one takes a moment, and goes back to the text of the Quran and the Sunnah, as

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I mentioned, and other than Him, specifically state of no seeming as well. They mentioned that image is more than just affirmation. And what we mean by affirmation is that when Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about the sabian mollified, the issues of angels and the jinn, what does a man in the angels and the jinn constitute? Is it just that we have faith that they exist? No, it is more than that it is more than just affirming that they exist. But whether it necessitates something, right, like our belief in the angels, how does it affect us as Muslims, our belief in the angels, we believe that jabril came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam with revelation, and we believe that there

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were two angels bias to write down our good deeds and bad deeds. So this belief, it has an effect. So that's why it seems that the first opinion is that

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emerged from a linguistic perspective is affirmation, and more than it, so it will have some other components

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other than it. And we'll take an example of this in the use of right, when the brothers of use of Avi Salaam come back to their father, and they come with the cloth or the shirt that has the fake blood in it. What do they say to their father? Does anyone know? Even in English, what do they say to him?

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Let him

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he ate the butter. But what did they say after that? After they said the wolf ate use of what did they say after that? Do remember?

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Right But after that, they said something and that's what we're trying to get at.

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That You would not believe us. Even if we were to

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He said, mama and daddy meaning Nana, when openness are the thing, that you would not believe it, even if we were truthful. And the point that we're trying to extract from over here is the word movement, right? What does it mean over here? Right? So we go back to our predecessors, and we arrive at a Robin, and of the honey or him Allahu taala, who died before 25. And he mentions in his mouth Rasul Quran, or an explanation of the words of the Quran, that in the linguistic perspective of the mind, that scholars have said that it is possible, right? But he said in such a perspective, it is more than just a stick or more than just affirmation. And he added that one of the components,

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especially in this ayah, is that what was the man that it is to assist with security, or some sort of

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a test case in which there is no doubt? So this is how the scores of Islam define demand from a linguistic perspective. So if someone says that it is a sniffle knob itself, this is incorrect. And there's more to it than just this from linguistic perspective. As for a conventional definition of a man, who is going to help me out, when we say a man, and we're talking, how would you put on the sun and define it? What is it? What does the Quran say about human?

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It's easy, we all know this time, probably you're just nervous.

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Okay, that's,

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I guess, internal demand, you could say it's not a complete definition of demand. It's a very easy, we all know, this

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whole woman is anything else.

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Okay. So, the statement of our listener pertaining to email is that from a conventional or a technical perspective, ie nine is a call to build genuine meaning it is belief in the heart.

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Right, while accountability

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and statement with the tongue,

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while ama wor is when our can, and it is actions with the limbs and the body parts.

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So, this is the definition of

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EMI from a conventional perspective. Now you will find other definitions, you know, give or take a little bit from them, you will find that they say

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it is Paul will listen while I'm a local farmer.

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So they'll add the statement of the heart. So the actions of the heart as well, and the actions of the tank.

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But all these definitions, if you were to put them together, they all come down to the same thing as well. So let's just take a moment and go through various examples of this. So when we say we'll call due diligence, and that it is belief in the heart, right, what exactly does this mean? This means that it is our belief in the existence of Allah subhanho wa Taala in our belief that he is the only one who deserves to be worshipped, in our belief in the angels in Genesis in, in all the messengers in the yamo piano, in auto encoder, and all of these things. This is what the idea of audible generally is.

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And then as for the whole bill, the sun, or the statement with the trunk, it genuinely refers to the pronunciation of the saddest thing, meaning that you testify that there is no one worthy of worship besides Allah. And that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam was his final and last messenger. Right? This is what the call will be sent generally refers to, but there's more to it as well. From the call center, the statements of the tongue is the praising of Allah subhanaw taala, the recitation of the Quran and other than it as well.

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And then what splits up even more? Is the Amarillo college. Right? As for the amygdala called, who is going to give me an example? What are some of the actions that our heart does?

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Like when I say actions of the heart, what do you understand from it?

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And you see,

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right. So all these things are examples of actions of the heart, and they are the hope of Allah subhanho wa Taala. His fear is marhaba is having Raja in him. So love, hope and fear are genuinely the main

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components of the actions of the heart. And likewise, it also encompasses sincerity, one sincerity in action, it begins with the heart.

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Okay, and then

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we go on to the amylovora.

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Now, we should all have examples of this

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What are the actions of the limbs that we do that compose that are components of our emotions?

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What are the actions that we do?

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is some hides all these things, or examples of actions that we do that are components of our emotions. Now, an important thing to understand over here is that this concept of things that he man is Poland, amen. As a Polish landed in Sydney or a mala mentioned, it has become one of the signposts of a listener, that one of the things that distinguishes our listener from the other group is that they say,

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Eman is, is composed of accents and segments. And to read the exact quote, he goes on to say, when he had a channel called in and he made a call on Muhammad Yunus in in Shanghai, Arizona. And this is why this is a person's code. And this is why we see that the segments that he man is composed of actions and statements, it has become one of the shrines of the center. And it is stated in much more fatawa volume seven, page 308. So this is one thing we need to understand that our listener will Gemma they are in consensus that a man is composed of belief in the hearts

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statements upon the tongue, and actions of the limbs. And then you will see when you study this topic in detail, that other deviated groups, they said that the man is only upon the tongue, right? And you look at the forces behind the statements. And this thing was actually made by the karma means that if a man was only upon the count, then this would necessitate that Manasa crane

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was on your tongue. They played like us. They said the Shahada like we did, but the belief on the inside the belief on the inside, they hadn't entered into email. So according to their definition, these people are believers, just like, you know, the Sahaba, the Allahu taala believers. So obviously, this definition is deficient and inaccurate. And then then likewise, you had the mozia.

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Who said that Eman according, depending on which of the 19 different groups of the mozia, you study, that it was just action. So it was the statement of the tongue and belief in the heart. They didn't say actions were part of the mind. And then now if you were to look at this, as well,

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you know, it's a very scary definition. Because how many people claim to have faith in Allah subhanaw taala. Right. And how many people defensively here, Brother, you can't judge me, my mind is in my heart. You know, he might have never played us ally in his life. He's pushing the Prophet saying that his methodology is backwards. He'll never fast you'll never do anything, yet he claims to be a Muslim. Now imagine if this man was restricted to that, that is a very, very scary thought. Indeed. So like we mentioned, the point that he called Islam Allah, Allah is getting at is that the statement of human being statement and action is from the point of the center, meaning it is one of

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the signposts, which distinguishes the people of center for the people of innovation.

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Likewise, not only was the statement of sequela Slenderman, but Likewise, we have consensus, or is not from the shell of Islam. And from these people are the likes of enamel Bukhari. Even Abby has an enamel ozai and enamel fabric, and specifically even Abdel Bara that she was very strong on his stance of action being from a man and for a further reference on this. You can go back to attorneys or even after bar, volume nine, page 238 where he mentions the telephone is where you mentioned cinema Bukhari, Burnaby Hudson and other than that, he man his statement and action.

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So now how exactly do we go about proving that even his statement and action? What are the posts from the Quran and the Sunnah for that? Right? So I'm going to start off with the audience first inshallah. Can anyone give me proof from the Quran or the Sunnah? that a man is composed of statements and actions.

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Can anyone provide a proof inshallah

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Okay, now explain this to me. How do we derive from this study that actions are part of email

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Hello, this is very good. To have another example.

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I will repeat the example in seller when taking the food in detail.

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No one has any other food.

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So this cafe that we have that Eamon is actually in his attic called ramen is based upon one heavy there's no other text in the Quran so now that we know it

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Okay, that's another good example is

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that in the Quran, you see this very frequently that Allah subhanho wa Taala always accompanies schema with Amina Sala the clearest example is from Surah to Lhasa right, but lots of hanging with dialysis in the levena and Manu mamilla hollyhocks. So this is something you see very frequently in the Quran. Almost never and I personally cannot think of a single place in the Quran. Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about a man without mentioning Amma masala but for the time being let's take some examples from the Quran and the Sunnah, proving that actions are a part of

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our first proof is from Soros will unfold okay. In total answered

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Allah subhanaw taala says, and this is right at the very beginning, I think is three and four. inshallah we'll get the reference for you soon. Because I have it written down here somewhere

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like it is two to four in total answers. Well, most of what Allah says, In maintain and lead in a

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way that is who is at home in anumana being alone, and levena Yaki Mona salatu wa Omarosa homeo una una haka the home da da da, da da da Mama, Karin sama sandwich Allah He starts off by saying in NEMA, as we know from the Arabic language in NEMA is a

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term which is used in the Arabic language to specify something, right? Like in the famous Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said in emiliana lu Binya that actions are only by intention, right? So now trying to establish the same linguistic principle that is ayah, Allah subhanho wa Taala is saying that the believers are only those, and then he continues with the description. So let's start off by saying that indeed, the believers are only those, that when Allah is mentioned, their hearts are become filled with fear, right? What is actually attached to him is, and that when his verses are mentioned upon them, they are increased in emotion, and upon the Lord

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do they place their trust,

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and they are the ones who establish the salah, and give these occur. They are the true believers. And then Allah subhanaw taala mentions the word that they will have gender and marks era and a that provision for them. So now the points we get from this ayah is that when Allah subhanho wa Taala is talking with the believers and who they are, how does Allah subhanaw taala describe them? Because like we said, this concept of innama, right, Allah subhana wa Tada, when he starts off this ayah, by sitting in Indiana, is specifying emails to these people, right? That there is no email except with these people. Now, what are the components of email that he mentioned? Right, he mentions that when

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allies mentioned, their hearts are filled with fear. So this is the action of the heart, right.

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And likewise, when

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the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala are reflected to these people, they are increased in their email, and this is also from the shy of the sinner, or from the one of the signs of the sinner is that I have a sin that says that a man increases and decreases, right. And this is a proof for this as well. That and listen that we say that demand increases with obedience to Allah subhanaw taala and it decreases with disobedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala and this is the proof over here

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saying that, when we believe is here, the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala the increase in human right, so as increments of one man is related to one's obedience to Allah subhanaw taala but that is a side note, which inshallah we won't get into too much detail in. Right? Then when Allah Allah continues with the description, Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, Allah Dena yoky Mona Sala that they are the ones who established the salah woman, Raja Nana home Yun silcoon, and from what we have granted them in terms of what they you know, spend it in his way or spend it

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in a white minor. So let's find out what the other guys in the physical action, the establishment of the salah and beginning of the cast in his definition over here as well. So this

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The first and we'll take another proof from the Quran and then we'll go on to the Sunnah and then some of the assets of the Salah.

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Secondly, if you go to serotonin, which is Surah number 23, right from the very beginning, Allah subhanaw taala starts off the surah by saying, but after the honeymoon, Allah Xena home homeseer Sala, as you can see on one levena hamanako they don't until the end of this description goes from one to 11 of serum amino which is to a number 23. So Allah subhana wa Taala he starts off by saying that indeed successful are the believers. Now who are the believers that Allah subhanho wa Taala is referring to, they are the one who has pushed you in the summer and they are the ones who when they enforce talk is taking place. They're the ones who turn away. So Allah subhana wa tada again,

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includes all the components of Eman in this description that they, you know, establish the salah, but not only do they establish the salah, but they have pushed you and your saliva. So the establishment of the Salah being the physical aspect, or the action of the limb and the horseshoe and the Salah being the action of the heart. So again Allah subhanho wa Taala he mentions the components of Eman there as well. Now to move on to the Sunnah

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we have from the statements of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam like our brother does that Hello sight I mentioned is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Amina no they don't wanna shaba

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kolu la ilaha illallah wa Arjuna enough of Allah either Anatoly will hire OSHA between men and women, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that he man is some insanity on benches.

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its highest is the statement of La ilaha illa Allah

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and its lowest form is moving something harmful from the past, or the pathways of the people. And highness in shyness or modesty is a branch of email. So now we want to break these three things down and put them into the proper places. What do we find? The first thing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in describing a man right, he said, it is the statement

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or the highest form of image is the statement that there is nothing worthy of worship, except Allah. Right. So this is the statement of the tongue.

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And in Secondly, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned enough for sola either on a story that is the movement or the removing of something harmful from the past. Right? So this is a physical action. And then you probably still a lot of it ends up by saying, Well how Yahushua buttoning an image that modesty and sign it is a bag of emails.

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So this is an example from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now a more explicit example

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of a human being composed of actions and segments. And there is no doubt as to the directness and clarity of this. This is the hadith of what they call of West Danny Abdullah is

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a group of people came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this hadith is mentioned in Bukhari and Muslim.

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They came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asking about Eman, right? Now let's take a look at how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam described him and to them as is the scenario. It goes on as follows. That the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, help her do Runa Molina rubella he was that you know what a man in Allah subhanho wa Taala alone is and they said, Allahu Allah Sula, who I am, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, color, Shahada to Allah Allah hi Mama. Y know Muhammad Rasul Allah, wa a former Scala eater is the cat was omarama born.

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So then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in responding to the his own question, right? He asked them, Do you know what he meant? in Allah is right. He asked him, Do you know what a man in Allah is? And they said, Allah and His Messenger know best. Okay? And so we're going to derive another benefit from this as well. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went on to apply by saying, that it is to testify that no one is worthy of worship, except Allah and that Muhammad is His Messenger and it is to establish the salah, and to give these occur and to fast in Ramadan. So, Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in defining a man in defining, you know, in so many

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Sara perspective on a conventional perspective, he enclosed all three aspects of it, the statement of the tongue, the actions of the heart, and the physical action as well.

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So now, I mentioned that we will derive another benefit from it as well,

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that the topic of human rights, especially when discussing it with people's innovation, and they'll say that, you know, all a person has to do is a firm that Allah exists. And this is enough to enter them into Islam, right? They don't have to do any action, or anything like that. And they always say, you know, from a linguistic perspective, it just means a cause. And they try to get away from it, because you went away from the debate, or at least take it into another angle by saying, Now we pose the question to them, that the Sahaba, the Allahu taala, and who and whom were the most knowledgeable people of Eman of the Arabic language? Right? They were the most knowledgeable people

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of the Arabic language. And when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked them, I said, Do Runa, Malema? And do you know what email is? They didn't respond to the public of aloha to send them by saying was this? Or is xR or anything like that? Because they know that when we're talking about email, and we're not talking about its linguistic perspective, but rather we are talking about his role in the city and how this area defines it. So now, when you're talking about the issue of the man and Italian has to, because it's a very long topic, and a lot of discussions and arguments take place. One thing to keep in mind is that we're not looking at the linguistic definition of it. This

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is not quick consensus, but rather, it is the definition that the Sharia has set for us. That means of action statement, and belief in the heart. So this is another benefit that we derive from this study, is that even though the Sahaba, the Allahu taala, who knew what he meant meant on linguistic perspective, they left the Syria perspective, it's up to the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasalam? To answer, right. So this is something to keep in mind that when having discussions, don't always try or don't let the people of innovation, bring the linguistic perspective into it. Because even though it does play a role, the main aspects that you're trying to get at is how this area defines that

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particular term. And it's all about get into more details on Sunday, when we have our class on the 10 principles as to how the center prove their aqidah.

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And just to give a greater insight, those principles that we're going to be talking about is the relationship that oshoala supplies.

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And what we mean by that is oshoala are rules that you apply to the text of the Quran and the Sunnah, to derive rulings.

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And these principles that we're going to be mentioning on Sunday, our rules that we apply to the Quran and the Sunnah, so that we derive our rafidah. From these words, if the guy has further insight as well, is that there is no contradiction between the intellect and the text. Like, this is one of the principles we're going to be discussing on Sunday, Daniella atana. Another principle we'll be discussing is how the deen is complete, meaning that it is not in need of any further introductions, or any further inductions, rather say. So these are just some of the things we're going to be discussing the Allahu taala on Sunday. So this is just something to keep in mind. Now,

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how about statements of the sahaabah? Do we have any statements from the Sahaba? Or the seller saying that he man his actions and statements

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just by raise of hands, does anyone think that the Sahaba actually mentioned this?

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Any guesses? It's just a guess you don't have to be right or wrong. This participation would be nice to sell. So you can raise your hand if you think they said it.

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Okay, now how about in terms of Eman increasing and decreasing? Do we think that the Sahaba Raja Allahu Allahu mentioned this?

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Did any of the Sahaba mentioned that the man increases and decreases?

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Do you recall anything off the top of your head?

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And what did you say?

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Okay, this is actually from the this will actually be considered a Friday. So they end up going to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And he ended up saying that there is a time for this and the time for that.

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the point the body was mentioning, is the scenario that took place with Abu Bakr radiallahu tadanobu. When he feared takasi for himself, when he said that when we are with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We feel as if our Eman is really high and we're willing to sacrifice everything that we have. It only go back to our families and we get busy in our worldly life, we feel that our demand decreases. So then he said, I feel sorry for myself. So then another companion with Abu Bakr radiallahu, Thailand, whom he complained to, was to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he told me and they told them that and he told this to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, to

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which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam replied to them that, you know, this is the nature of the mind that I that is a time where you have to, you know, be willing to sacrifice all things and there's a time where you just have to deal with the family and just live with your regular life.

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But a more explicit statement, and inshallah those of you who have pen and paper should write this down.

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Altogether, there are 10 narrations from the companions from the Sahaba Raja Louboutin and him themselves that talk about emang going up and down.

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And we'll take one segment, you know, in particular, and the Sahaba. His name was Omar, Abu Hamid.

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Omar Abu Habib, Al Hassan, right rajala Juan, and he was from the people who gave the pledge of allegiance to the prophets of Allah Allah as the tree. Right.

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So he mentioned that, I'll email No, he has he do that he man goes up and down. So the people around him they said, creed Allahu wa mazzei. So who am I? No, no. So it was said to him, and what is it that increases and decreases it? To which he said is that the Quran Allah azza wa jal Muhammad Allah subhanahu

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wa taala when Athena sadaqa noxa. Know that he said, that, when we remember Allah subhanho wa Taala, and we played him, and we glorify Him. This is when our email increases, right? And when we are heedless of Allah subhanaw taala. And we are distracted from him and we forget him, then this is when our email decreases. So we see that this is an explicit statement from a Sahabi, a companion of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, who talks about the increase and decrease of women.

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And, you know, this is an important topic, because you always are constantly you will hear on how certain groups so that demand doesn't increase and decrease. And obviously, this is in relation to actions being a part of email or not. And obviously, like we mentioned that actions are a part of email. But now those groups that say actions aren't a part of email. Right, they arrive at another problem. And that is the increase and decrease of Eman because according to our listener, our email increases with good actions. And it decreases by doing bad things or evil or disobedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala. But now, according to the deviant group, who haven't included a man in their

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wild, included actions in their definition of email, before into this problem of that being How does one is one email increase or decrease? And that's where you hear statements like that one email is like the amount of debris or one email is that the amount of Abu Bakar and obviously, it's not comprehendible that our email is the same as Abu Bakar or as jabril. Right? Because when they are defining emails, they were just referring to his initial certification, that as soon as one says the Shahada is the man becomes equivalent to a robot or becomes equivalent to jabril. But it's not physically possible, because obviously, we know that the sacrifice, that avocado salad who has done

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for Islam and it for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and all the other actions that he has done, this is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually said about Oh, look at that, if you were to take his image, and put it on one side of the scale, and take the man of the oma and put on another side of the scale, the former would outweigh the letter, right? This is what caused the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to say that, so this is a problem that deviant groups fall into. So such statements are a clear refutation of them, that when they say that iemand is an increase in decrease, then you say that as a hobby of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that it

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increases and decreases. So who are you to say otherwise?

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Now going on to the next part

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is the difference of lovers in between of the believers

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inshallah will continue for another 20 minutes or so before we begin.

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Break, and we'll start the second method chapters after that date.

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So the difference of lovers between the believers

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amongst us yesterday today, are all of the people at the same level of the mind, or is there a difference?

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Obviously, there is a difference, right? So now, there's even a bigger difference when you compare the amount of people in this room to let's just say, the man of the Sahaba. And then the man of the prophets and messengers, right? So you see a big difference.

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So now, like this difference that you see, Allah subhanaw taala genuinely talks about a difference between the believers. Does anyone have an idea as to who or what these three groups of people are among amongst the believers, and the idea?

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Good, but that's not what I'm looking for.

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Okay, Allah subhana wa Tada. In short, I thought this is 32 right to sell in Selma. And so I thought that is 32 hour panels. alysus from our panel kita Bella, Dina.

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Dina, same in Houma, la anomoly nasty woman who Mokpo woman homeside upon delfeayo TV is Neela La Liga will follow leucadia sama. Allah He says over here in this ayah that, and then we gave our book to those people whom we had elevated from our slaves. So I must find out Allah talking about his slaves, meaning the believers over here, right? The main home of Solomon dynasty, so from the slaves are those people who oppressed themselves. Right? So that's one group, woman whom Mokpo said that, I guess, linguistic definition is someone who is economical, meaning someone who goes up at one time and then decreases at another time, right? And we're main home. The point is, that those people who

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are always waiting to do good deeds. So in terms of the believers, these are the three levels, the highest level and this

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is the opponent of Iraq, those people who rate to proceed one another in doing good deeds.

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Okay, now, what exactly does this mean and encompass?

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What this means is that these people, not only fulfill the obligation,

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okay, it has four components to it. Not only did they fulfill the obligation,

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and they stayed away from the position, but likewise, they performed

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the actions which are recommended. And he stayed away from those things, which were macros. Right? So they did four things.

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They did what, what were the four things?

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Normally, okay, they did the halaal. They stayed away from the harem. Okay. They stayed away from them or close.

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And they did the recommended act as well.

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What are the recommended acts called the CRB confer Does anyone know? Mr. Hogg? Exactly, those acts which are called rakia, which are recommended in this area, meaning that they're not compulsory to do, but the Commissioner of the prophets of Allah, and you get rewarded for it, if you do it.

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They are called Mr. Hug.

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So beside the point, and this is the four components again, is that they did those days which were wajib upon them, okay. And he stayed away from the Bahamas, meaning those things which are prohibited for them. And then they did those things, which were much the hub. And likewise, they stayed away from those things, which were Macross. Right. So this is the definition or these are who decided to fire us or then the second group, which we're referring to, we mentioned is Alma propulsive, why and the fall of it being president

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of South Africa. Okay, so let's find out Allah says in Surah, Fatah is 32.

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And then we gave our book to those people from whom we elevated from our slaves. Right. So now let's find out that is talking about his slave surname, home volume and dynasty. And this is the lowest level that from his slave, or those people who oppress themselves, woman whom mock passes, and then there are those people who go up and go down and then when

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mean home.

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And then there are those people who precede one another in doing good deeds. And then our panels are hands off by saying, by the will of Allah, and this is the great

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benevolence, that if one of us did reach this level of size upon vilify rot, then this is like a great blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala within of itself.

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So then we mentioned the definition of who decides upon a desire. And now we're going to take who are democracy or democracy, the second group of people that we are referring to now, they are the people who completed their obligations.

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Right, they completed the obligations.

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And they stayed away from the hurricane.

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But they didn't do those actions which were must have, nor did they stay away from those actions, which were macros. So they suffice themselves with the halal and haram alone, right? That which was halal, they did that which is haram they stayed away from but they didn't do those things which are recommended, nor did they stay away from those things, which were disliked.

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Now, having mentioned that,

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having mentioned that, who are the people who oppressed themselves, we said that the saddle point of the hierarchy, they are the people who fulfill the what's the best stay away from the Mahara must perform the muster habit and stay away from democracy, then democracy don't are those people who has to fight with the obligations meaning that they only do that with the capacity upon them and they stay away from the Mohammed. Now who are the volley moon, the unfussy him What do you think they are?

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who commits him over commit number of a sanitizing from our sleep. So from our slaves would that would it be for performing sick okay only performing sick, but they would

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miss Yasmina they will be performing auditions. So, the exact definition of this is that

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they will be performing those things which are compulsory upon them, right, they will be performing there was the bar, but at the same time, they will be falling into Mahara much as well. Right. And then likewise, the master habit and the macro has, that is a whole different story. But the key difference is that even volley moon and he unfussy him, that they will be performing those things which are compulsory upon them, but at the same time, they will be falling into sin. And that's why Allah subhana wa Jalla is calling them oppressive to themselves, that even though they're doing all the things that they need to do, in terms of the Salah, and is the car, and the soul and the Hajj,

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and one other, but at the same time, they are affecting themselves by taking away these awards by distance that they do. Right. So let's just say a person who will pray, but at the same time, you know, he'll listen to music, and things like that. So he is a person himself. So these are the levels between the believers.

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And then lastly, this Allahu taala.

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The sweetness of human rights, our topic of discussion, as we should know by now is the sweetness of human eyes, the man in general. And our topic at hand right now is the sweetness of human.

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And before we get into this, I want to share an interesting quote, that Rahim Allah mentions in Alibaba for you.

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And in this book, Allah will have for you. It's a compilation of us characters that the Prophet salaallah han insulin is to say, day and night, and other times, like while traveling, like you guys all know, the history of Muslim like, it's something like that, but a bit more detail than that, and includes like other benefits in it as well.

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So he mentions in his

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conversations that he would have within Samia, and he's like, okay, I went to visit him in prison. And you know, the story he said to me, is just remarkable some of the things that I mentioned in that book.

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So he goes in there,

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what call a lemur was in Macedonia, Jenna Minami la cocina de la Sierra, that one day when I was with him, and he said to me, that indeed, in this dunya is a paradise. And whoever does it, enter, it will not enter the paradise of the era.

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And there's no like explanation to this. So the first time I read this, I was, you know, a stone a stone like agenda in this dunya. And, oh, it is an entry to not enter the general the era. I was really, really confused, because generally, the perception that we're given is that this Junior as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said is

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There's no need to be present for the believer, right? We're Gen Kappa, and it is the paradise for the non believer. So how could this quote a women tanea? You know, we call him sequel Islam. You know, he obviously no one doubts, his knowledge, whatever. But how could you make this a quote, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said otherwise?

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So I was in the ibeacon stood at that time, and I asked the teacher who was teaching at that time, and they said, you know, how do we reconcile these two things? And he's like,

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you know, come back to me after three weeks, if you don't figure it out.

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And they say, three weeks is too long, you know, go insane if I keep thinking about it. So is a fella come to my car after Salah, because after school, school and off with lots of soccer, so I went to school, and I'm Mexican, explain it to me till it's really bothering me. You know, I really want to know what everything meant.

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And then he goes on to say that, you know, what was the most beloved point in your life? Or what was the moment in your life where you felt the best? And I'm like, you know, it's probably when I was accepted into the, into the university. And he's like, how about other than that, you know, is there any moment in life where you just feel really good? And I'm like, Yeah, I guess, you know, there are a couple of moments when I'm with my family. And other than that, but he's like, no, when you feel really, really good. And I'm sad, I can't think of anything. He's like, how about after you perform a good deed? Don't you feel this tranquility, and the solace and his closest LS towards Allah, that,

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you know, you've done something to please Allah subhanho wa Taala. And hopefully, that Allah will be pleased with you through this action? And I'm like, Yes, of course. You know, every time when you do something good.

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You feel the, you know, good about yourself. And he's like, think about that experience you have after Hajj. And for those of you who have done had you understand what I'm saying? Once you finish, and you know, you're ready to go home, you've completed your obligations for Mina, how do you feel? You just feel, you know, a feeling of refreshment, a feeling of that there's nothing better in this dunya and if what they say the same thing is actually referring to that those people who take the sweetness of humans in this life, then generalize for them in the afterlife. But those people who don't take the sweetness of human in this life, then they will not have the dinner.

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And this was a good Islamism Sr. Rahim Allah was referring to. So now How did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam describe the sweetness of Eman? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned in a hadith recorded by Mr. mcquarry.

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Salah uncleanness he was either the Hindu Allah with him and acuna la hora de la de Merci. Merci. wahama ye I have a bone marrow Are you Hippo? Hippo Illa, Allah Illallah, WA, yada, yada and Dini Can I offer a hypothesis enough that three people are sorry, three things will cause a person to taste the sweetness of aemond. The first of them is that he wants or he loves a mind his messenger above and beyond everything else. That too in order to taste the sweetness of human you have to love Allah and His Messenger above all else. And then secondly, he does not want to be loved, accepted by Allah subhanaw taala meaning that any action that he does in this life, he is not seeking any

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reward. He is not seeking any praise. He's not seeking any compensation from anyone other than Allah subhanho wa Taala means that he only wants to be loved by Allah subhana wa Tada. And then lastly, the Prophet sallallahu. wasallam mentioned that he hates to apostate from his religion, or he means that he hates to turn away from Islam. Just like he would hate to be thrown into the Hellfire that we hold on to our Deen with such a strong grip. And we love it to such a degree that the greatest catastrophe that we could ever face will be turning away from our Deen. So we would hate to turn away from our Deen, just like we would be just like we would hate to be thrown into the hellfire.

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And obviously, this is the peak or one which is the peak of one's image.

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And related to this topic of the Pico one image, as is mentioned in the hadith of gibreel. You know, in the hadith of gibreel, we see that jabril mentioned three levels. He mentioned Islam knows the third if done, and then how did he define your son? And you will know when you remember philosophy

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and if you don't see him

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exactly. So he defined a son right and tabula rasa who, right that you worship Allah subhanho wa Taala as though he can see you.

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And even though that you cannot assert that you will

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Palestine with Allah as though you can see him. And even though you cannot see him, they know that at least he sees you. Right? This is what the prophets of Allah Hanuman him said, Now this is done that we do this imagine when you play a Salah right? you're praying Allah subhanaw taala How different would your Salah be? As he actually had that in mind that you're standing in front of Allah subhana wa tada praying to Him? How quickly would you pay yourself? How much closer would you have in your Salah? Right, this is the pinnacle of one's image. This is what one is striving for there in this dunya. This the level you want to reach in terms of your actions, not only in terms of

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quantity, but more specifically in quality,

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that a person who has little actions or few actions, but he does them when he is better than the person who does many actions. But he doesn't have that level of sincerity or that level

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of devotion, as a Muslim does, like so this is what you're striving for. And this is just something to keep in mind. Now I lost points and tangent, before we end off days Allahu Allah, is that

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you often hear in the Quran, and in the center, that the term Islam and demon, they're used interchangeably, and likewise, Muslim and movement they use interchangeably. Now, what happens when you mix them together? And what happens when they are mentioned separately? To summarize this in quotes in one quick point, as they say in Arabic, is Eid summer is Taka, Taka is

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that when they are mentioned together, they need one in the same. Like, they need one in the same that when Islam and the manner mentioned in the same sentence. They mean one in the same thing. But when they mentioned in two different sentences, they mean different things. SMS into different things, then email will generally refer to the internal belief of Allah subhanaw taala. Right, in terms of like the brother mentioned at the very beginning, that you say I'm going to build a home is a wakatobi Horror Story. All these things are on the internet. And then Islam is actually physical action. Right? When you say bunion Islam Allah comes in that Islam is built upon five things like to

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hide the to Allah Illa what what's up masala to Jessica. Right. And this is wearing it encompasses that the physical components, and then the lights. And we will end off our first session with that. And I guess we'll take questions pertaining to the switch session that we had in Selma. So for the

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f1 race, I did that a lot faster. So to correct myself, ACS has requested me to the whole effect,

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that if they come together, they have two different meanings. And when they are separate, they mean the same thing. So to give that in, in more details like is that when they mentioned separately, that Islam and the mind come in two different sentences, then they mean the exact same thing that if that means the man and the man needs Islam, that you when we refer to the Salas as aka, the Shahada, because of Allah subhanaw taala they would all fall under Islam and even if they mentioned separately, but if they mentioned together, then this is where you differentiate, that means the internal belief which we mentioned is belief in Allah His angels in powder and Yamanaka and Islam

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with the physical actions like establishment of the salah and the giving of the soccer and the sermon the Hajj. So this Allah is Allah will end our first session was that kind of a lot more behind the cashola in the head and so Sorocaba to LA and we will break for 10 minutes inshallah. So 440 will start up again, if there are no questions inshallah.

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So, no question for what each other was sort of, like,

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that the man never changes

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lohana I can't say that the man never changes, but I will mention an interesting discussion and syphilis standard. And I mentioned this in version one fatawa and that is, who is closest to Allah subhanaw taala the angels or human beings?

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And the answer is this discussion by saying that before Yama, Yama, the angels are closer to Allah Subhana

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Allah because Allah subhanaw taala describes them by saying ySr Luna Mario marone and they do everything that they're commanded to do, right? Whereas, decreased novelist, Anthony, the human beings, this is not the case, that sometimes we will do what we ordered and sometimes we were disobedient, but at the same time, the human being will reach a level in terms of his sincerity and his actions, that which the angels will not reach in terms of the actual meaning that when they when

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the creation of Allah subhanaw taala or from them, which are allowed him to answer those of them, they will reach a level with the Indian country. Right. So, in terms of that, the angels

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the we can say that prior to Yama, Yama, that the Eman is complete, and is better than that of the creation. Right? But in terms of the accuracy, Allah subhanaw taala grants the creation, benevolence and expression horizons and Allah Juana and I can't say if the man increases or decreases or not.

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And he comes an hour.

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I guess you could sort of define it like that. But like we mentioned, there is a isotope into question because this is going into the computer is that the word is asking the question, is there a relationship between the three categories of the believers that we mentioned being the number one person or volume only unfussy him and between the Muslim the movement and the Muslim? Now genuinely, if you were to compare the three, one by one, and the best to the best email with the middle, and the lowest to the lowest, I guess, you could see some sort of comparison that we mentioned that the must be known is the one who worships Allah subhanho wa Taala

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as though he can see Allah subhanaw taala meaning that he will have a lot of a philosophy of action and so on and so forth. But one of the prerequisites. So it is not a prerequisite for a machine that he does those things which are must have, right, it is not a prerequisite was decided upon. And we mentioned that they do four things

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that not only do they do their obligations, but they perform those actions, which are Mr. hadiza. So this plan that we refer to is generally in the quality of the action and not in terms of the amount of actions that they're doing was the standard Coronavirus a lot. They're doing a lot of accidents. And we're not talking in terms of the quality of it, that they will do those things which are compulsory and then they will also do those things which are misbehaved as well. So in certain angles, you will see some some some similarities between angles, you will see you know differences as well. So there's not a direct link between the two. Mahalo

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salah and like I said to shallow startup again 10 minutes from now actually so for 42 and fellow startups that no longer