Wednesday Night 4th Of January 2012

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Sniper drones fly when

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it's cold so now lying around to lie we can

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even come to the mean whatever one you want to go to the motorcade alongside others that come back or articles of interest can

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set up, why not equals to seven to seven can do so inshallah Thai just to share your reflections, this is

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something that is last minute, but at the same time, I think it's something that's very important you can benefit from seeing sort of loss. You know, we always recite the song. And it's interesting because the sutras that have so much power in them and so much emphasis are usually the schools we read when we want to get a lot out of the way, you know, so when you read sort of that as lost the sort of sincerity, you're demonstrating a lack of sincerity, because you're just trying to finish this a lot quickly. You read some of that also, which is a condemnation, a lot of swearing by times, you know, fleeting away as a condemnation that people don't make use of their time. And usually when

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you read something, but also you're reading it, because you want to hurry up and get so out of the way you want to hurry up and move on. So Pamela, usually the sort of just in their titles and their names, there is a condemnation for the one who recites them frequently. Now, the way that we recited some of the floss with purity or the way that was the last slice of them intended for us to recite it and there are so many underneath about its virtue. But the first thing is to kind of like remember that Lucio people a lot, he talks about 13 was the way that the soldiers are placed. And this is actually incredible he made a discovery a long time that between and you know, think about

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this, what is the sort of that we should recite certain is lost sleep budget for example, as soon as

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the sympathetic

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to Soros showed me love on her. She said that the province of Iceland made his pseudonym for a lot the pleasure of his two icons very, very, very fast to the point that I thought that he was only resigning sort of the fact that he is tonight cast requested but he never missed them. So a lot of it was so there is also an authentic variation from our beloved normal and most of the law and

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the prophets I seldom use to decide to summarize, in the Sooners, a lot of footage, so you guys can get something practical right away.

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So for example, in gym or on an area a lot of ship sometimes that

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the TV was the tube and sometimes a little half an inch er

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right prophesize comparison was together in this presentation frequently.

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The problems were slightly about oneness, and so often pleasure. So if I did this, why are you guys don't get thrown off? The problems lie someone reciting either articles they deserve to have in both writers and philosophers or twice, because of the severity of that song. Susan has lost the pocket size compared it with another

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account calculate, right? And so whenever you create the the profit slice on every single time as most of the revenue every single time he would recite in the first

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one. And then in the second round. So what is loss? Are they directly behind one another, are placed next to one another? Know what comes in between those two schools?

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What comes right before?

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What comes right before that?

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This is an absolutely amazing thing. First and foremost

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is a declaration stating, quote, yeah, you have to stay to the disbelievers that really matter. I do not worship documents you worship, what happens

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when you're not going to worship what I'm going to do. And then another declaration, and I'm not going to worship, what's your worship at the end of it that could be in a good way. And then you have your religion I have one right sort of counsel luckier rather than magnifier but an evil

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monkey monkeying around very, very, very early in Makkah. Whenever they got frustrated with the profit slice on them, they realized we beat the smack. We tortured him, we killed his followers, we call him names. We boycott him and we give him you know, he goes through the blood, sweat and tears and nothing is going to derail him. So

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here's the compromise because we don't really care too much about our lives. The main point is that we don't have to subscribe to this religion

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a lot. How about we worship our gods for one day and then we'll go off for one day. So let's make a compromise in our faith. That's what happens out there. Okay. And these are brilliant man. Right? Let's say it's called the father of wisdom. Here's the compromise of faith just like they have. I was talking to one of the brothers the mafia.

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In Syria, the loss turns out a person is truly a terrible person to Panama, who supports all the load.

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His name is a stone processing has assumed right? So he has there is a clip for Christmas. This is what he did. He on official state Syrian TV, he had a Christian preacher sitting next to him and priest sitting next to him. They held hands and they make donor money. I'm gonna do this together, and then the rest of the times. So I'm one of them. He's written you know, he's making lots of money and he's committed that as the as a Muslim, and then the Christian God is reading light and Bumblebee. I get him a lot. And he's conducting himself for being a straight, but it's all good. It's interfaith. It's pretty cheap. All right, let's just all come together and compromise. So they

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came from Hamas. I'm thinking, all right, look, we're in power. You're not going to give up. Just worship our gods one day, and we'll worship yours for one day, probably some said, No. That is considered an assignment scenario. They came back they said, All right, listen, we will worship a law. The entire month, you were Sue our gods one day out of the month of the policy, some said, No,

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this is going on here. Then they came to the Prophet slicin. And imagine they sent to the province all alone. And

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now Google law, we will worship a loss of Hannah Montana, for the entire year, for the entire year, just worship our gods for one day, out of the entire year of the prophets lie Selim, in a state of weakness, with only a few followers that are being tortured with everything that he's going through some online, he was set up, he says, not even for one day, not even for one day. Now think about this from a data perspective. If the problems lie, someone who agreed to this, then he could have worked as that was a long way to sell them for the other 359 days of the year, because of this hits the counter, obviously. And then you know what little that one day by that time, the only Muslim

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anyway. But the problem is I sort of said no, a last kind of tower revealed the slope. And for anyone who's looking at history, from a purely strategic point of view, you would say that this matters, a lot of you would accuse him of being insane. From a strategic point of view, you had your shot, you had your shot, you could have easily you could have saved the entire you know, you could have saved the oma from boycott, you could have saved them from law, you could have saved us from the trouble of Israel. Why didn't you just give up? It's not even going to happen for one day. Right? So sort of the caffeine one is a declaration a lot telling us as Muslims say to the

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disbelievers look, we can be nice to each other. We can be courteous, we can be friends, we can have peace with one another. But we're not compromising on our creed. We're not compromising on worshiping a loss of habitat. What's the very next tool? Either I must rely heavily on? Whenever the victory from the last time to Allah comes in the conquest, right? This also took place before sundown a lot. I mean, when we're looking at the province, I Sullivan his entire lifeline. This is all taking place. One after the other. You know john, I'm so lucky to have him. And this is sort of metheny. But it's placed in this in this area. One victory from Allah subhanaw taala comes from the

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conquest. Well, I need to know the rule of law here. You will see people entering into Islam in these huge groups. That's one example just like a wave of waves of people entering into Islam, despite everything that you went through, as long as you understand that you're worshiping a loss and how not to either victory does not come from that strategic planning victory comes from having to win even a loss of comments from worshiping of loss to Allah and the province a little while fine. It was never doubted. He never doubted it. Someone was on an instrument. He didn't think to himself that you know what? Maybe I was not going to help me. Maybe victory is not going to come he

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knew I'm worsening last time it's out of victory will come right. Then the next one talks about the blue. I'm going to have the one who rejected so hate the one who rejected this Fox that Alonso has had to dial his religion light on stone white one day dominate and look what happens to him an entire surah dedicated to this punishment hellfire. elega the most powerful men in his tribe, the one who humiliated the possum a lot he was the one who humiliated his family, his two sons, Reuben and odaiko. were married to the doctors of the province lights on them and he ordered them to divorce the daughters of the property side son, his wife, the wife needs to throw dead cats over the

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wall of the house of the Providence lie some sending up the wires and those types of things. Here's the punishment of the person who rejected to hate. Here's what happens the endless The one who rejects to hate, he might you know, he might have a period of laughing He might have a period of humiliating a person who believes in the loss of power to Allah but at the end of the day

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Where is he going to be in Hellfire? Who gets the last laugh?

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So what does it say after that put into a law, some kind of a law, there was no declaration between Kenya and put a whole lot I had. This shows us between here you have an outright declaration that we're not going to give up on some hate. Here we have the true meaning of Tony saying he is a law one power law. So it's a beautiful tennis team. And then we'll go into to see of the sort of what are the virtues of the surah. There are so many ideas, I'm just going to mention a few. Edison's dramatically lower the narrative for the audience of themselves and talk to a lot a lot to never read sort of the the philosopher of the LA Times done a lot

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of built for him a palace in paradise every time you read it 10 times. So that's one way you can include it into your everyday life. reading it 10 times the problems I set them aside and also tell them later on your local time. That sort of that is lost twice a day. If you come in pretty soon, it will be enough for you to sustain you from all evil in the morning. And in the evening reading it one time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he also said to the Sahaba, and this is narrated. And he said, Can any of you finished, you know, the third of the night? Is it hard for you to stand up and recite a third of the Koran and I imagine if this was your your word every single night and

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you stand up and you recite that one third of the time, you'd be in a very high standard. So the problem so I said them said, all you have to do is recite political law, somehow recite the business law, it is equal to one third of the local demand in reward. If you read it one time, it's equal to one third of the program in terms of its reward. And then we have a story. And this story is also narrated by almost at Columbia Law School. And I want you to think about this, we have two narrations. And they're both authentic. And they're talking about two different people. One of them was about a person who used to go out and about a bunch and guns around and things of that sort. And

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he used to lead the others of Holland salon. Every single time he agreed when the law came to the province. I saw them they complained to the province I set up he always reasonable. But he wasn't reading it just to get it out of the way. He was reading the winder whenever they asked him because he loves the sauna. Because it describes the last time when the problems lie someone responded, let him know that genda is for him that a loss of cannabinoids has entered him into Gemini because of that. So somehow that's one, the other one which is which is an outstanding narrations also from double sango. The last one, the person there was a man who used to leave the salon sometimes and

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most of them go back miserable. That was the first lesson of the problems by Simon Institute's along with Gemini, right? Whenever you go to on the job or go to the province, I used to go to visit a fullback every Saturday. And he would make his middle of Medina and he would go to the festival for that pullback and with breaks when I cross there. And it would be really nice. I'm said whoever does it that would have the reward of a full on. Someone used to leave the salon.

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And here's how the narration goes. He would always read sort of the data loss and every single record and then he would read another Salone. Right. So it's not like you're distracted. Like a lot of times you come to a brother and you say, brother Whitehall, but you know how come you're so lost so fast. And those types of things are, you know, especially I'm sure parents try this with their kids. And if your kids know this, anything can be lethal. All right, when you say, you know what are you bringing your psilakis allows going too fast. I'm just reading a poem a lot I have. But mom the size of them said this and this and this and that. And this man used to recite it every single song.

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But when he would recite some of the Colossi would recite another song. But he had to have something lost in them.

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So whenever they asked him they wanted to complaints, the problem lies to them again, as to why this man keeps on resigning as loss. And this man said that I love it because it describes the loss of habitat and the prophets why Selim said, let him know that a loss panelboards Allah loves him because of that one photo image. And then the last paragraph is just because of that, because he loves to read about a loss of Hannah Montana. So that's another virtue. And then you have another one where the problems

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are a lot of the problems like someone's walking by and he just heard someone really put a lot on the side. And the problem was some sort of weapons that became mandatory. So who said what became mandatory? He said, whichever gender became mandatory for him or mandatory for him. So how about by virtue of his reciting sort of the law, so this is an amazing, amazing, amazing so as you can see in this very soon, I'll just covered stuff quickly, because I know that that's already a lot of time just talking about its virtues. What a lot of what I had said he is a long one

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Perhaps the first way we know Allah subhanho wa Taala is ahead. And the greatest form of showing appreciation to a loss of habitat is until eight is monotheism. And I want you to think about this, the most common native

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law says that there are over 20 names for some of

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the most common names after cemented as loss is sort of determinate, the sort of domains. This is the surah, which shows us the important stuff to read of monotheism, what distinguishes us and I want you to think about this. There is no other religion in the world that has a pure sense of donate. None. So as long as you've come to the conclusion that there must be one God, either we can be agnostics and say, You know what, they just did a similar thing for that. Would it make sense? Because if there's a God, why would he leave us all in confusion, or selling in Islam, because I will find faults with the with the interpretation to aid in Judaism with interpretation of Tony the

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Christianity, you'll find that they have faults in their understanding of Tony, sometimes describing, you know, a sum, total loss of power runs out under the law, sometimes they're saying that the last time I had to sleep, you know, take a break on Sunday, he got tired from creating the heavens and earth. So he laid back on Sunday, whenever you got to build up sometimes I say a wasp pilots are created human beings because he got lonely. That's why he created our bodies up. So you want to go with the level of understanding that this isn't really monotheism, it's reducing the loss of data and there, they try to reduce the loss of time it's out of that, of course, they cannot do

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that one on top of a lot of salary, they will they were never able to get the last panel to either their full appreciation of him, the very first lady to show appreciation to a loss to Allah is to hate acknowledging his oneness, acknowledging his oneness, not just in your worship in every single affair in your life, you know, people think is it's it's ridiculous. If you talk about so many these types of things too much. Yeah, we understand one God, but you understand one God, but then you go, and you know, you call upon someone else other than the last time you don't have to someone other than the law, okay? I don't do that you understand one God, but whenever you see something that you

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don't like, you say, Well, I don't agree with that. So you know, you're you do things that contradicted that monotheism, you do things that contradict that to at the last minute time, and that's why it's called Surah Al plus, what is the philosophy? sincerity, purity, you know, whenever you purify something, who laughs at you, you leave it in its complete, pure state, that is his loss, that means that it has become a lot that there isn't a state of this loss of them. Whenever you take the metal.

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Out of low he talks about these two words, it's actually it's actually very interesting. What is the process of burning metal in these types of things and purifying metal?

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Come on, think? What's the word? It starts with a fat,

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thin

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fin and the Arabic language I said this before, is whenever you take precious metals, and you burn it, right? Until you melt away all of all of its impurities, then it has to answer that it has a quality and purity, somehow the law. So what is the last kind of example? So has he been NASA you throw a young man? Do people think that they can just turn away and say we believe in a walk or hula, you know, but they're not tested, right? Because whatever tests that that's what I'm going to show your true belief and allow some hands on I believe in the loss of hammertime. But when people aren't looking, then all of a sudden, I can do all of the things that are lost, I don't have time to

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limit it. To me. That means you don't believe in anything. That means you have a problem to hate. That if you can bring yourself to do things outside first a lot lacks quality outside of the message where you're no longer brand new, right you know, your prayer gets so much faster outside of the message you have longer or shorter everything. That's how long was okay, as long as no one's seeing me. That means you have a problem with towhees Ulsan you need to go back to the origin. You failed the test so you can have pure to hate. You can't have sincerity in the one and belief in the Oneness philosophy. So the first thing I'll be quick in Charlotte's, I'm sorry. The soda has so much very

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sweet to it. I had a lot is one sitting a loss of cannabinoids on it is one. You want to know how valuable it is to declare the oneness of loss of hundreds on on top of a lot of time and he wants us to live longer because you see fit and that leads to loss. fitting that leads to loss being tested leads to sincerity or worship of Allah beyond the longtime. was brought out into the desert sleep deprived that you know dehydrated not alone food not allowed drink not allow anything. last three consecutive days in the hot desert have a boulder placed on top of him that eight men have to push on top.

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Have him to question and the only thing he was saying was a hand.

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One, one, and on a bottle they love on us a lot of a lot of time later on in his feed after he had with him for a lot of a lot of whose back was completely burned on the skin off his back was burdened by his master. So he had a skinless back from the torture that he went through in the early days of Islam. And we not only a long time, but the one who used to call monana, our master who was freed by our master of the weapons legal they love him. And although they love it no sense to bid, I wish that I could make you that.

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I wished you were the one in charge. But he said, I've got a question for you. Why is it when you were being tortured, all you were saying was I have a hat.

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And he said, No come to Ireland. If I was an overlay,

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I would have said it. But all I know was that he was one I knew nothing else about the loss of Cameron's Island. He didn't sit there and make the elaborate that we make. He didn't sit there and repeat things that he heard his entire life, all he knew was the oneness of a lot. He was afraid to say anything else that wouldn't be attributable to a loss of time on time, somehow. So he was willing to go through that entire torture that entire trial over a hunt. And the only thing he ever heard about Islam was through omega. Someone who was bashing Russell Russell lives that he heard them cursing the profit slice of them. And then he heard why they're cursing the province. Because

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he used because he came with a message. And because of that he was willing to die on the beam. Think about that. So how long someone wants to walk into the mud and say, I want to take Shahada. Why because I was watching Fox News and Sean Hannity was talking about Islam and really interested me and I want to begin listening now. The only thing you heard was hating, but he was willing to die for that faith. So knowing Allah is one one in everything in my life. But it's one thing to say that he's won a lot of supplements. What are the signs mean?

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We recite this all the time, first and foremost, a lot since he has a lot what does this mean?

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without any need whatsoever, but there is something more than that.

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Ladies, the communication that's Assad is something that's okay. As someone comes if you were to use an anomaly, or you know, some as anomalous mood, someone is someone who has no need, and who can always be depended on. So you know a lot is one, not only is another one, not only do I have to declare a loss penalty on this one, but I know that I can call on him anytime, and he will support me. And saw actually also means absolutely, without any holes in it. If you read in the in the original arrows, whenever they would describe something that has no holes in it, a garment or something of that sort, they would call it solid, it has no holes in it, meaning it has no faults,

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it's absolute, it's complete. So I can call upon the loss of confidence at any time. So first, the declaration of authority. Second, the mercy of the last kind of words out of that I can rely upon him at any time, at least absolutely, he can provide me that need, then the loss of habits analysis.

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When you learned, he, you know, he does not give birth, nor was he given birth to he's not the son that he wants to have a one to Allah. He's not the father of animals.

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And this is something that's very powerful, because to ascribe a son to him as ascribing to perfection, to ascribe a father to Louis that the Greeks doing these types of things, you know, to have these gods to give birth to one another things of that sort. That's also striving and perfection center. So now we have a lovely, complete absolute sum up if he has a son, or if he's the son of someone else. So Pamela, this, I just wanted to tell the story now and

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just before I go to the other I know some of you may have heard me tell this story, but it's a beautiful story, an email from Rebecca, Dr. lanie, can I go on for five more minutes?

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Because last week, so I can go on and so the amount of

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time and he was the king of Kufa

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and the year 1002, he got an invitation from the Roman Emperor. Right. And they had they wanted to come allow him to meet the patriarch of Rome. And spinalis kind of give listeners a sense of the power of Christianity. Now, if you look at this time period, this is right around the time when the Crusades were about to start and things of that sort is not was at a very high level, and then it was about to collapse and come back, the Muslim woman was about to collapse and come back. This is when it's at its height. So they kind of wanted to call their leading religious leader so they can intimidate him. You know, they wanted to put him down. Somehow sometimes we put ourselves down

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whenever the pope came to America. You have Muslim leaders only giving him copies of the calligraphy

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It will go hand in hand and things of that sort, in

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this intimidation, putting someone down. So they call Chicago buckling down a long time. And then they started discussing what they're going to do to humiliate him. So it was the habit that anyone who walks in, in the presence of the Emperor would do what he would bow, he would bow, he had to balance the Emperor. So before he even came, they said, This guy is not going to bow to the Emperor, we need to do something. So they made it mark, they created an arc sort of like this, imagine that, but they created it low, so that when he's walking into the room, he would have to be battling, so that they can put him down so that they could show what he has to do, what I would love to learn, he

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got to the heart, and he saw what was going on. He turned around, and he answered him backwards, just to show them that he's not he knows exactly what they're doing, because he saw the throne. He saw the doctor was sitting there, he turned around, and he entered with his backside person, he stood up straight, to greet him, he wouldn't he sat and they put a small chair next to the next to the chair to the upper, he didn't even sit down, he stayed standing up and they came in, they started to greet him. And he's walking in dressed the way is not you know, nothing special, none of that sort. Then they claim the grand entrance of the patriarch, they wanted to show the religious

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leaders, how their religious leaders treated the patriarch, sort of like the Pope, think about this. Think about it that way. So whenever the patriarch walks in, all of them all of a sudden light of candles, they go and they start to surround him, they take off their Bibles, and they put sense around it. And then they walk with Him escorting him to the Emperor to sit on a higher chair than the Emperor, right to sit on him and higher return than the Emperor. So that he's watching all of this, he doesn't do anything, because he's watching him go through all of this. Then he goes up to the guy, everyone's kissing his head and he walks up to him, he shakes his head and he says to him,

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how are the wife and the kids doing? How are the wife and the kids doing? And everyone goes?

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Could you say the wife and the kids? What is he talking about? He said, you know, and then all came to when they started to watch them? They thought it did it on the anger assistant, don't you know that the priests are both above having children? They're not going to have kids? How could you say such a thing? Didn't you hear that? Don't ever say that? Again, that's the insult. And the patriarch was all upset. And he said to them, he said subhana wa, you're willing to ascribe to a lot of sun, but you think you're too good to have a son.

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So going to be the patriarch, we came up so. So he wanted to install

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mountain lion colossal, he said to him, he said,

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Tell me about the adulterous who's mentioned in the meeting actually a long time he's trying to insult our soul of a loved one. Because I shouldn't be alone. I was accused of sin. I'm of course Allah subhanaw taala claimed her innocence. So if you wanted to insult him to sort of evoke an angry response, he says, Oh, I can tell you, Robert, she's just like our mother growing up. It is just like the woman in your religion when she was accused, except nadiem had a baby and eisah had no baby. That wasn't an insult to model that's to show him how idiotic your claim is. So he, again, hit him again. So then the Emperor called his subjects and he said, Give him 100 pounds of gold. Give

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him all of the gifts that we have, send him back to Iraq and tell them never to come back again. We never want to see this guy again. And you know, somehow think about how much they fear Islam. You know, look at doctors economics and things of that sort in this panel on the peace conference in India, they canceled and they banned from the UK, they banned from the US they Benson from Canada, they ban him from Canada. What's the reason? Nothing, we can't find anything. He never said anything that we could take out the context and call them a terrorist or they just don't want a piece of it. They don't want to hear it. They don't want someone who can who can talk about these things. What's

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the kind of I think about this? Well, but the point that he brought out, they think that they're too good to have children, but you can ascribe to a loss kind of to have a son. And you don't have any problem with that. And so finally, the last paradisus when I'm younger,

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and there is nothing like him. What is cuckoo? cuckoo in the Arabic language is like the Sokka is like a companion someone who's your equal, but he's your enemy. Right? So if you call someone your Khufu, he's your enemy. You've met your match, right? Two people that are on the same level, but they're opposing one another. So while some patterns are the same, he does not have any clue and he repeats I had not a single one last comment on this one. Some of the paragraph they read this to me, why don't we go ahead and summarize and this is the most common one I'm echoing number one.

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Right? So one way you say that there is no Khufu other than him or not a simple Khufu and and one of them you say one of them.

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He has no one and is equal

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And you're declaring his oneness against accountable in Thailand. So as a summary of the pseudo again, remembering these verses and things of that sort of elemental allows you to have a long time, he broke down the sutra into three ways. He says the first part of the surah is a declaration of hate. The second part of the surah is the declaration of the mercy of the loss of Hannah Montana. And the third part of the sutra is a declaration of the complete power of a lost tanowitz pattern. Meaning what when I declare the oneness of a lot with sincerity, I understand that a lot can have mercy upon him and he's the one who I depend upon and whose absolute and he has no false nothing

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perfection. And at the end of the day, everyone who declares that Amina law will be successful inshallah to Allah with sincerity and the problem sighs I'm stumbling upon that I have a lot most of these on the political agenda. Whoever says that I was sincerely in his heart, it's not enough just to say with your tongue sincerely from his heart, he will enter Paradise and as a community inshallah 2000 oma, as long as we stick to that, and I'm alone, and we don't compromise on any aspects of tohave, that inshallah to Allah, Allah subhanaw taala will when they restore the oma back to its glory, just as he restored into this glory, so many times in history, every time it goes down

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the last parent, it brings it back stronger, we asked the last time to make the most of the same, we asked the last time to make a song to those who live and die by life. I mean, does that give a lot of

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American approval?

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Where is he going to be in Hellfire? Who gets the last laugh? The wisdom? So what does it say after that?

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So Pamela, there was no declaration between Korea and Iran. And

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this shows us between here you can have an outright declaration that we're not going to give up on some hate. Here we have the true meaning of Cody, saying he is a law one power law. So it's a beautiful tennis team. And then we'll go into the scene of the surah. What are the virtues of the swarm? There are so many things, I'm just going to mention a few innocent Americans, they live in areas of the province of a lot of themselves and talk to a lot of a lot to never read sort of the the philosopher of the LA Times done a lot of

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a while will build for him a palace in paradise every time you read it 10 times. So that's one way you can include it into your everyday life. reading it 10 times the problems I set them aside and also talk about later, only a long time, that sort of that is lost twice a day, if he can and it will be enough for you to sustain you from all evil in the morning. And in the evening reading it one time, the prophets a lot. And he was one of them. He also said to the Sahaba. And this is narrated. And bizarrely, he said Can any of you finished your you know, the third of the night? Is it hard for you to stand up and recite a third of the Koran and I imagine if this was your your

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Would everyone every single night and you stand up and you recycle one third of the time, you'd be in a very high standard. So the problem slicer them said, all you have to do is recite political law, I have somehow resigned the business or whatever it is equal to one third of the look for a reward. If you read it one time, it's equal to one third of the time in terms of its reward. And then we have a story. And this story is also narrated by almost even when the alarm goes on. And I want you to think about this. We have two narrations and they're both authentic. And they're talking about two different people. One of them was about the person who used to go out and about on lunch,

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and guns around and things of that sort and he used to lead the others of Holland salon. Every single time he agreed when the law came to the province I saw them they complaints the province I set up he always really struggled a lot. But he wasn't reading it just to get it out of the way. He was reading the white whenever they asked him because he loves the sauna because it describes the last time when the problems lie someone responded. Let him know that gender is for him that a loss of cannabinoids has entered him into Gemini because of that. So somehow that's one the other one which is which is an outstanding narration is also from humble sango. The last one, the person there

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was a man who used to leave the salon sometimes and most of the pullback was that Well, that was the first lesson of the problems by Simon Institute is along with Jonah, right? Whenever you go to your home or go to the province I used to go to message about every Saturday, and he would make his luminita and he would go to that pullback, he would pray to that across there and it would be really upset whoever does it that would have the reward of a full on rock. Someone used to leave the salon in less than an hour. And here's how the narration goes. He would always read sort of the death loss and every single writer I've ever met would read another stone. Right so it's not like

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get distracted. Like a lot of times you come to a brother and you say, for the right moment, you know, how come you're so lost so fast? and those types of things are, you know, especially I'm sure parents try this with their kids. And if your kids know this, anything can be lethal, right? When you say how can you know? What are you reading your salon? How can you salons going too fast. I'm just reading a poem a lot. But mom, the comments I sent them said this, and this and this, and that, and this thing used to resign in every single slot. But when you understand some of the philosophy would resign and others, but you have to have something lost in them.

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So whenever they asked him, they wanted to complain to the province nice to them again, now as to why this man keeps on resigning his loss. And this man sent that I love it because it describes the loss of habitat and the prophets, I saw them aside, let him know that a loss of Hannah Montana loves him because of that one photo image and then almost 10 times on the treatment of Paradise just because of that, because he loves to read about the loss of Hannah Woods Island. So that's a virtue. And then you have another one where they publicize them. And this is very mortally mathematical. Who are they? What are the problems like someone's walking by, and he has heard someone really put a lot

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on the side. And the problem is some sort of weapons that became mandatory. So what is that what became mandatory

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journal became mandatory for mandatory training? How about by virtue of his reciting sort of philosophy, this is an amazing, amazing, amazing surah. As you can see, in this version, I'll just covered stuff quickly, because I know that that's already a lot of time, just talking about its virtues. What a lot of what I had to say he is a law. One, perhaps the first way we know Allah subhanho wa Taala is ahead. And the greatest form of showing appreciation to a loss of habitat is until eight is monotheism. And I want you to think about this, the most common name in America. law says that there are over 20 names for some of

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the most common names after cemented as loss is sort of determinate, the sort of domains. This is the surah, which shows us the important stuff to 80 of monotheism, what distinguishes us and I want you to think about this, there is no other religion in the world that has a pure sense of Tony's none. So as long as you've come to the conclusion that there must be one God, either we can be agnostics and say, You know what, they just did a similar thing for that wouldn't make sense. Because if there's a God, why would he leave us all in confusion, or it's not even a snap, because I will find faults with the with the interpretation to aid in Judaism with interpretation that

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somebody that Christianity, you'll find that they have faults in their understanding of Tony, sometimes ascribing, you know, a sunstone loss of happiness outwardly, under the law, sometimes they're saying that the loss turns out I had to sleep, you know, take a break on Sunday, he got tired from creating the heavens in the earth. So he laid back on Sunday, whenever you got the build up, sometimes it's a loss and patterns are created human beings because he got lonely. That's why he created our bodies up. So you want to go over the level of understanding that this isn't really about. It's reducing the loss of data and there, they try to reduce the loss out of that, of course,

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they cannot do that one on top of a loss. They will they were never able to get the loss patterns on either their full appreciation of the very first way to show appreciation to a loss of power to Allah is to hate acknowledging his oneness, acknowledging his oneness, not just in your worship in every single affair in your life. You know people think is it's it's ridiculous if you talk about Tony than these types of things too much. Yeah, we understand one God, but you understand one God, but then you go and you know, you call upon someone else other than the last time you MacDonough to someone other than the law, okay? I don't do that you understand one God, but whenever you see

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something that you don't like, you say, Well, I don't agree with that. So you're you're you do things that contradicted that monotheism. You do things that contradict that to at the last count of time, and that's why it's called Seurat. floss. What is it philosophy? sincerity, purity. You know, whenever you purify something, hold on to that you leave it in its complete, pure state. That is, if lost, that means that it has become a lot. There isn't a state of this loss of them. Whenever you take the metal

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out alone, we talked about these two words. It's actually it's actually very interesting. What is the process of burning metal in these types of things and purifying metal?

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Come on, think? What's the word? It starts with a

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fitna fitna in the Arabic language I said this before is whenever you take precious metals and you burn it, right until you melt away all of the all of its impurities, then it has to answer that it has a quality and purity. So how was the what is the loss of kind of example as soon as he went NASA intro Call of

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Duty

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Think that they can just turn away and say we believe in a walk, or hula, you know, but they're not tested. Right? Because whenever you're tested, that's whenever you show your true belief in a loss of hands on, I believe in the loss of habitat. But when people aren't looking, then all of a sudden, I can do all of the things that will last kind of time limited to me, that means you don't believe in anything. That means you have a problem until hate that if you can bring yourself to do things outside first, a lot lacks quality outside of the message where you're no longer praying and writing your prayer gets so much faster outside of the message, you have no room for sure. Everything.

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That's how I was okay, as long as someone's seeing me, that means you have a problem with tohave. Lawson, you need to go back to the origin, you fail the test. So you can have pure tohei you can have sincerity and within the one and belief in the Oneness philosophy. So the first thing I'll be quick in Charlottetown, I'm sorry, the suta has so much virtue to it. I have a lot as one sitting alongside kind of what's on it is one. You want to know how valuable it is to declare the Oneness philosophy paradigm on a long time and he wants us to live longer because you see fit and that leads to the loss fitting that leads to loss being tested these two sincerity or worshipable law, a long

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time that was brought out into the desert sleep deprived that you know dehydrated not allowing food not allowed drink not allowed anything. last three consecutive days in the hot desert have a bolter placed on top of him that eight men had to push on top of him to question and the only thing he was saying was a hand.

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One, one, and above all the love on us without all the love of the leader on his feet after he had with him for about a month, a lot of a lot of his back was completely burned the skin off of his back was burned by his master. So he had a skinless back from the torture that he went through in the early days of Islam. And we not only a long time, but the one who used to call monana, our master who was freed by our master of the weapons legal they love it. And although they love it no sense to me that I wish that I could make you that.

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I wished you were the one in charge. But he said I've got a question for you. Why is it when you were being tortured, all you were saying was I have a hunt.

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And he said, No come to Ireland. If I was no lady.

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I would have said it. But all I know was that he was one I knew nothing else about a loss. And he didn't sit there and maybe allow her to do that we make him sit there and repeat things that he heard his entire life, all he knew was the oneness of a lot. He was afraid to say anything else that wouldn't be attributable to a loss of time on top, somehow. So he was willing to go through that entire torture that entire trial over a hunt. And the only thing he ever heard about Islam was through omega. Someone who was bashing the rules of law, civil law, it was that he heard them cursing the prophets. I saw them. And then he heard why they're cursing the province. And I saw him

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because he used because he came with a message. And because of that he was willing to die on the beam. Think about that. So how long someone wants to walk into the Muslim and say, I want to take Shahada. Why because I was watching Fox News and Sean Hannity was talking about Islam and really interested in me and I want to become a Muslim now. The only thing you heard was hating, but he was willing to die for that faith. So knowing

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Allah is one one and everything in my life, but it's one thing to say that he's won a lot of supplements. What a sauna mean,

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we recite this all the time, first and foremost a lot since he has a lot what does this mean?

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without any need whatsoever, but there's something more than that.

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Ladies, the commission communication

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Assad is something that Assad comes if you were to use it and you know some as a noun, some of it is someone who has no need and who can always be depended on. So you know, Allah is one, not only is a loved one, not only do I have to declare a last panel to answer this one, but I know that I can call on him at any time and he will support me. And saw actually also means absolutely without any holes in it. If you mean in the in the original arrows whenever they would describe something that has no holes in it, a garment or something of that sort, they would call it solid, it has no holes in it, meaning it has no faults. It's absolute, it's complete. So I can call upon the loss of confidence at

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any time. So first, the declaration of Tony Second, the mercy of a loss of cannabinoids out of that I can rely upon him at any time and he's absolutely he can provide me that need than the loss of habits Allah says when you learned he you know he does not give birth nor was he given birth to he's

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Not the son that he wants to have a one to Allah. He's not the father of everyone. So Hannah Montana. And this is something that's very powerful, because to ascribe a son to him as ascribing perfection, to ascribe a father to Louis that the Greeks do and these types of things, you know, to have these gods give birth to one another things about sir, that's awesome. So striving and perfection center. So when I'm kind of a lovely, complete absolute summary, if he has a son, or if he's the son of someone else. So Pamela, and this is, you know, that I just wanted to tell the story now, and listen. So just before I go into the other, I know some of you may have heard me tell this

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story, but it's a beautiful story. And a man from Albuquerque love to learn it, can I go on for five more minutes in salt water, because this last week, so I can go on and sell a metal bucket in about an hour. And he was the melting of Kufa and Iraq. And the year 1002, he got an invitation from the Roman Emperor. Right. And they had, they wanted to come along, come to meet the patriarch of Rome, and spent a lot to kind of give listeners a sense of the power of Christianity. Now, if you look at this time period, this is right around the time when the Crusades were about to start and things of that sort is not was at a very high level. And then it was about to collapse. And come back Muslim

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woman was about to collapse and come back, this is when it's at its height. So they kind of wanted to call their leading religious leader, so that they can intimidate him, you know, they wanted to put him down. And somehow sometimes we put ourselves down whenever the pope came to America, you have Muslim leaders only giving him copies of the putting on calligraphy and bowing down to him and things of that sort, in

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this intimidation, putting someone down, so they call Chicago button and a long time. And then they started discussing what they're going to do to humiliate him. So it was the habit that anyone who walks in, in the presence of the Emperor would do what he would bow, he would bow, he had to balance the Emperor. So before he even came, they said, This guy is not going to balance the Emperor, we need to do something. So they made an mark, they created an ark sort of like this, imagine that, but they created it low, so that when he's walking into the room, he would have to be battling, so that they can put him down so that they could show what he has to do what I would like to do about the

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lightning dock to the ark, and he saw what was going on, he turned around and he entered in backwards, just to show them that he's not he knows exactly what they're doing. Because he saw the throne. He saw the doctor was sitting there, he turned around and he entered with his backside person, he stood up straight to greet him, he wouldn't he sat and they put the small chair next to the next to the chair to the younger, he didn't even sit down, he stayed standing up and they came in, they started to greet him. And he's walking in dressed the way is not you know, nothing special, none of that sort. Then they plan the grand entrance of the patriarch, they wanted to show the

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religious leaders, how their religious leaders treated the patriarch, sort of like the Pope, think about this. Think about it that way. So whenever the patriarch walks in, all of them all of a sudden light up candles, they go and they start to surround him, they take off their Bibles, and they put sense around it. And then they walk with Him escorting him to the Emperor to sit on a higher chair than the Emperor. Right to similar, even higher than the Emperor. Someone making enough money is watching all of this, he doesn't do anything. He's just watching him go through all of this. Then he goes up to the guy, everyone's kissing his head and he walks up to him, he shakes his head and he

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says to him, how are the wife and the kids doing? How are the wife and the kids doing? And everyone goes?

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How could you say the wife and the kids? What is he talking about? He said, you know, and then all came to him? And they started to rush them? They thought he did it on the anger assistant. Don't you know that the priests are both above having children? They're not gonna have kids? How could you say such a thing? Didn't you hear that? Don't ever say that? again. That's the insult from the patriarch was all upset. And he said to me sense of how long you're willing to ascribe to a lot a son, but you think you're too good to have a son.

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So then they the patriarch became upset. So he wanted to install.

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Mountain Lion colossal, he said to him, he said a bit earlier in the 70s. Tell me about the adulterous who's mentioned in the meeting a long time he's trying to insult our soul of a loved one, because I shouldn't be alone. And he was accused of Xenon, of course, the last one of Tyler cleaver innocence. So if you wanted to insult him to sort of evoke an angry response, he says, Oh, I can tell you about her. She's just like our mother moaning and whining is just like the woman in your religion when she was accused except nadiem had a baby and Isaiah had no baby. That wasn't an insult to mother. That's to show how idiotic your claim is. So he again, hit him again. So then the Emperor

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called his subjects and he said, Give him 100 pounds of gold. Give him all of the gifts that we have sent him.

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To have up until the number to come back again. We never want to see this guy again. And you know, somehow think about how much they fear Islam. You know, look at doctors and things of that sort and how well the peace conference in India they canceled the events and from the UK, the events from the US they've been sent from Canada they've been sent from here, then, What's the reason? Nothing, we can't find anything. He never said anything that we can take out the context and call them a terrorist or they just don't want a piece of him. They don't want to hear it. They don't want someone who can who can talk about these things. What's the kind of I think about this? Well, but

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the point that he brought out, they think that they're too good to have children, but you can ascribe to the last time to have a son. And you don't have any problem with that. So finally, the last kind of dialysis when I'm younger.

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And there is nothing like him. What is cuckoo? cuckoo in the Arabic language is like a soft head is like a companion, someone who's your equal, but he's your enemy. Right? So if you call someone your Khufu, he's your enemy. You've met your match, right? Two people that are on the same level, but they're opposing one another. So lots of patterns are the same, he does not have any clue. And he repeats I had not a single one last comment on this one. Some of the paragraph they read this to mean one level

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and summary and this is the most common one on the equity level one.

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Right. So one way you say that there is no other than him or not a single Khufu and one of them even say

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Kabuki has no one that is equal back and you're declaring his oneness again some time ago in Thailand. So as a summary of the pseudo again, remembering these verses and things of that sort of elemental allows you to have a long time, he broke down the sewer into three ways. He says the first part of the surah is the declaration of tow hate. The second part of the solar is the declaration of the mercy the loss of Hannah Montana. And the third part of the sutra is a declaration of the complete power of the last tanowitz pattern. Meaning what when I declare the oneness of a lot with sincerity, I understand that a lot can have mercy upon him and he's the one who I depend upon Him

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who is absolute and he has no false no imperfection and at the end of the day, everyone who declares that I mean a lot will be successful inshallah Thailand with sincerity and the problem sighs I'm stumbling upon it, but Hola, mostly some people. Whoever says nine to one sincerely in his heart, it's not enough just to say with your tongue sincerely from his heart, he will enter Paradise and as a community inshallah 2000 oma as long as we stick to that and I'm alone and we don't compromise on any aspects of tohave that inshallah Allah Allah subhanaw taala will when they restore the home back to its glory, just as he restored into this glory so many times in history every time it goes down

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the last hour brings it back stronger. We asked the last time to make us from the same. We asked the last time to make us loans those who live and die by that I

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mean, does that come along later? In is least American approval. Hello. Stop playing