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So

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while he was off up here,

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I don't

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know why they're staying away from me.

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You know, you can use, you can use still use this watch.

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You're still young, you don't need the warm

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outside. So show me the warm.

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Okay, last time, over the last couple of times, we're talking about our own

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ministry.

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And I think we covered almost everything about that. Why do we have to say

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Shakeology before we start settling abroad? Can anybody tell me?

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Okay, I'll remind you. But next question you have to answer.

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The first one.

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As we said, first of all, it's a common law.

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It's a common law. And the word Muslim means someone who submits to the commands of Allah. Right?

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Excellent. Where's the command? It's in sort of 16 sort of a number 98 loss of final data set for either 10 or

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whenever you're set up on first day.

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Tony Raji, see seek refuge with Allah subhanaw taala from shame. They are cursed. Right? And again, we said that's, that's the reason number one because we are Muslims and Allah commanded us. But then we need to know why.

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Sometimes what gives us the wisdom, sometimes,

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as Muslims, we say, certain our audience never can

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do something, we say we listen, okay. But sometimes, the wisdom, the Wisdom is shaitan is an enemy to our father. And we know the history, our Father, Adam, malice, and it was the reason for him to be disobedient to Allah for the first time, despite the fact that he was one of the closest allows creation to Allah. And he used to be in the company of angels all the time. And as we said, at the time, when

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some people even believe that he's an angel, but he's not clear.

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And we've said this before. And so

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we decided, right, number 50 was

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why it was inconsistent, duly

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elected, believes that can be done.

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So no argument after that. When we told the agents to make some truth to Adam, all of them responded positively, except at least he was amongst the gym a lot in the room for us to argue about this. Professor Pon, Salinas obeyed the combinable boss.

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Why, because of arguments we said that he said

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since that day,

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and is the enemy of the police.

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And all the descendants of Adam, including us, and anyone who will come after are also the invisible police and he took an oath upon himself in front of Allah to do his best to misguide us so that we can end up with him and her far.

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Right. So a lot many times in the Quran told us that Satan is a clear enemy to you don't take him for a friend. Okay.

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Now, so we say, I will be learning.

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What's the best guidance, the colossal panel in Thailand gave us to our way of life and to obey Allah subhanaw taala. And to build up safely in our destination two gentlemen, give me one word,

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the best violence, where can we find it?

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So when you said that, what children was trying to do,

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distract you. Get you busy, not to get the message, but to get the guidance. Right. This is what I was said when you refer to

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your enemy and the enemy of your father would come and try to distract you.

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Read the words but don't focus on the meaning.

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Read the words but don't follow them.

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So he'll do his best, you know, to turn you away from the cupola and if you win and start reciting he'll try to distract you.

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So

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This is why when we know we have an enemy, and that enemy

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is so tactful, so clever, that he will try to find many ways and many traps to attack us and to you know, trap us. What should we do? We should go to someone who is Almighty Who controls him. Exactly.

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If you're walking in the street

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and let's say he's in grade four

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and there is you know, a guy from high school is bullying

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trying to take his food or money or whatever, try to harass him then when that happens, and the kid can see you coming close, he's gonna say what

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the hell have been good please, this guy is stronger than me. Right.

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So on and tala Williams The best example of acid chiffon is very clever.

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And so, Tom is trying to come to you from many aspects many you know angles. So, what you need to do, you should seek refuge with

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throw me a straight on the word chill time stems from A to

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Z Arabic language shantala.

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shutaura means Baba, it means to deviate, to turn away from a straight path. Isn't that what che founded with this?

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This is why this culture. So you need to understand what

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comes from Shukla. Which means to deviate, or to stay away from the straight path, or it stems from the stem shot or shelter means, you know, when something is burnt, you can smell something, you know, when when when your wife isn't here first, you know, year of marriage sometimes, you know her mama didn't teach her how to cook. So every time she goes to the kitchen, what happens he can smell something that is burning. And I say what's going on? She said or maybe the neighbors you know that you know, I always smell this and then try to you know, hide that food. Okay, just let it go. So you have to go for 10 years and show what training and everything will be okay.

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So basically what I'm saying is shelter means when something hurts and you can smell that what's gonna happen to fentanyl?

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alone

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is burn word.

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That's it. This is why the name comes from shatta because he wouldn't burn. And you know, and he's meant to die.

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Because life in general is eternal. And life and Hellfire is turning for those who deserved what somebody was religion.

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Right away with some believers going to Hellfire for some time? Yes. With any person who believes in one God be eternal fire? No, the answer's no. If they go too far for some time, they end up moving to them. Okay, those who believe in Allah and

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those who associate partners.

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So the first one called perform second one are called the mission team and the hypocrites

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these these are the three categories that would be

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if they die in one of these conditions that we're okay.

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Now, I own the bill and him and his shame on our team, whatsoever. Gene

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the one that will be stoned

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and had to come into what do we do have

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fun, it's part of our embed that we go there and sunshine, right.

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Is it to bleach that that's there?

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You know, there are three pillars there. One called a jumper on Cobra. Right? The big one, one called general muster, the medium one and one called a sore, a minor one. These are the spots exactly when Ibrahim Alayhi Salam was commanded to take his son Islam and slaughter him

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so on his way

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shaitan stopped him three times. And he tried to make him disobey the commander.

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You only

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came after 80 or 100 years ago.

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And you're going to kill him?

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You see this, he always comes up with a vertical way. What do you think the blanket, it says

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it's minus 20.

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Just to

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just,

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you know what there is like one hour and a half, five more minutes.

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And then in addition to the first time, it is the second most part, and you wake up at nine o'clock, and you see the sun coming to,

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you know, what, if tired.

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So gradually, he doesn't let you come to the south observer, and then you need

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to go to work.

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So what we need to learn is, a lots of parents are always in the barn, he will never say whatever the temperature is.

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Never in the ground would say, to not,

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to not follow the steps.

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It doesn't come direct. He's always trying to fool you.

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So if you take the first page, if you take the first step, and listen to him, he's gonna go to the next. But if you block them from the beginning,

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try something else. Because there's a shadow he doesn't succeed, to make

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it come to you through billions. And he's gonna make you exaggerate and something which is known often and we will go for like a good example shall come to see and say, Man,

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whatever tonight

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You know, just adjust your clock and

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about like, maybe five.

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That's a good idea. Thank you, man.

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I didn't wake up

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until 630

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is that this is

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my shot

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from the

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Get some rest, just

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so he didn't sleep enough, right. And he made the lupia masala which is nothing right? In your just the phone. And he woke up at 10 o'clock.

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So he made the trailer for which his family and he left the farm.

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So he tried always to fool you one way or the other.

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So I'm saying.

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So one gentleman came to the

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first time, he said why all he did is went down. And he got seven small stones, we throw them at his facade appears to the ground. It didn't give her a chance to ask

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did he get

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it right the second time. And this is when he also got seven small stones thrown at them.

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It's a toss.

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Up, I'm here to wear off man. And this time, third time. One more time we tried again.

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And we did the same thing.

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So what we do in Hutch, we do it in commemoration of what he did. And we remember that so you saved yourself on your head. And that's why I teach my people when they go with me I say listen

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remember how many times

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how many times shaitan took over and he listened to

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so number now when you're when you're having those seven songs, I

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always say this from now on the other one

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and are not

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on anymore. He ruined my life.

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He tempted me to do many bad things. But from now on. I remember what about him Icelandair and I myself will dis obey

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obey the law

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and some people when they go there, but every year that we see funny things, you know what, Seven Pillars metal stone, right. And problem is like some sort of like

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Okay, all what you need to do the conditions for the students

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and the throw, and we throw them the condition is it should get the hell out of or at least go into the basement itself. That's okay. But if you hit hard and it comes out, it doesn't count. Some people they were there, and they're very

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hurt but I saw myself I didn't like Ico ever gonna hear it myself. One brother was like having like big rocks like this.

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Bro, what are you doing? You should leave me alone.

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I'm gonna kill them.

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This is assemble. This is not a business. So

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let me sit by

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goes round and the throat and it hits and comes back on my unit. or somebody's gonna say you're stoning me.

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Be careful and come across because everyone is through some faraway.

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One time I saw a brother with a slingshot.

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We had 6 million that year. So he just

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is like

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another year it was a woman.

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After she finished her strolls.

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She took off her shoes.

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She lived with him. She said, You're the one

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who kept whispering to my husband. And he by the second one. She broke her slippers.

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Another year this was maybe last couple of years. The system found out after she finished that she still have four extra. So she turned around and she started stealing her husband anyway.

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This is

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Okay, so now we're done with that.

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Let's move into this.

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And the first question that would come is is Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, part of every symbol?

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Or is it just something that we start? Before we read the soul we say Bismillah

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R Rahman Mashallah. Give us a tour. And he said no. Other Muslims will say yes.

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We heard one opinion, any other opinion?

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it for anything.

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Excellent. That's, that's another area that we're going to be covering now. But my question is, is this

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part of every

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introductory introduction? So we have a different opinion, at least we have the second option, right? So it is except for

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you know, we don't say to him, we just say

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right.

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There's another sort of has, if we consider him as far as another scholar will have to.

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So the number

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seven, when the letter came, right, from home,

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from so they might have a salon to the Queen of Sheba. She opened it, she said, we're in the home.

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Allahu alayhi. Wa Tony was, don't don't say, you know, hire yourselves and come to me in submission to Allah. So he said to them, so this is mentioned and so on. And so Christopher Columbus is also inside. Now, question is, there is one opinion that says yes, it's part of every iron and the other opinion, which is the stronger opinion that it's not part of every store.

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Okay. Now, can you give me the evidence, we always talk with elements, right? The stronger opinion that says, neuron is not part of the surah. But

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it's just to introduce before we start, because, you know, his brothers he had mentioned we start everything in our life with business investments, right. And today, I'm going to introduce a different business than the one that you always know.

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Now, we

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flammable into this, what's the evidence that this

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opinion that it's not a part of?

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And we're talking about sort of the fact that we're starting with right? The reason that it is not part of In fact, because there is a very famous authentic hadith, and it's a merciful Sadiq it means the word you belong to Allah, the wording of that means a lot of talking.

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When I say Hadith, Nepali means the world or the profits, so, these are the words of the Prophet, okay, and the Sahaba makes them but sometimes the Sahaba ventilate that the Prophet Phillip said that a one said, This is what happens.

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Okay. So the bootsy honey reads as follows. A loss of panel data sets are some to sell out.

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In the Hurry, I divided

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so on two hops between me and my server or my slave.

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A salon in this ideal means, in fact,

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a mohawk. So as I was saying, the essence of this salon is in fact, this is why there's another pathetic Hadith that says Melania.

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Whoever does not read the model of the book, and this is one of the names of In fact,

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it's called the mother of the book.

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Whoever does not read the mother of the book in any of

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its

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right. So when I said this, he said, I divided in fact that he used the word aside because it's the essence of salon. Between me and my slave, he sent me the caller ID. So when my slave says

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he didn't say it when my staff says

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it will attempt to relay

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which means this is the beginning of

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and this explains, should we recite this

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in loudly or silently, some scholars said, Whoever consider this part D, they pronounce it loudly.

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But again, the stronger opinion the masala booth recited, but silently. This is why when whenever you play behind me, what do you notice? The second thing, what I say it silently

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in the first one and say, Oh, the app stores

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him, but then I stopped in the back and come to

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come to this one because he has to explain because this is part of

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a motivation for you how you can enjoy a sweetness.

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Can you imagine that when you are deciding and you are in a dialogue?

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That's unbelievable. Can you imagine in every salon, in every regard, you talk about expecting

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some reason? This is the greatest suit.

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But before we do this, we're going to do this in Java.

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Today, we're gonna focus on Bismillah.

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And I want to show you how

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great that pleases I asked him. I said, when you say Bismillah

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What does that mean?

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Give me the name English translation.

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That's exactly the Old English that's used in most of the translation.

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Now, to you in English, that's a meaningful sentence. Right? In the name of Allah. The most Gracious, the Most Merciful? Is it meaningful sentence?

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Is the first sentence.

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I'm not I'm not I'm not attacking the translation. I'm asking you as people who speak English. I'm saying now in the name of God, the Most Merciful, the most, the Most Gracious the most person, okay? And his name was

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so complete.

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Right? So in English, the weights translated it's incomplete sentence. Because you're waiting for me Okay. What's his name?

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No, I'm saying In the name of Allah in the name of God. The most

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There's a Okay, so what does that mean? You're saying In the name of Allah, what's in his name? What's next?

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In every sentence, you have to have, like, we call it like more of a predicate. You know, we have a subject and predicate like, you know, someone is doing something, someone is informing me something. We have four types of sentences in English and I'm sorry, I'm gonna go into them. Okay? In English one, one. Now, we have a statement,

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right? starts with the subject, maybe there's a verb, right? That could be an adjective and adverb, and maybe an adverb of place of time. These are the components of a sentence. A statement starts with a subject and ends with, you know, an object, whatever, right? And it ends with a full stop. That's a statement. second type is called

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was starts either with like a helping verb, or auxiliary which is like, is he inside? Are you eating? And it ends with a question mark? third type

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is explanation.

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What's an ice water?

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That's an explanation. When a sunny you know warm weather in Saskatoon.

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Everybody doesn't accept this Mashallah. At the end of January and it's like almost at minus two. You wrote your own special

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the fourth and last time of synthesis a command. When I say open the door please close the window. Please

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write four sentences

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so what I say when visit for example that when talks

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in the name of people okay?

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Did she do something complete?

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Are you waiting for something to complete the sentence is not complete. So let's say in the Name of God, the Most Gracious the Most Merciful? This is a complete Okay, all right, what what's the name of

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the Most Gracious the Most Merciful adjectives describing Allah wasn't his name.

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But you will be amazed to know that in Arabic, it's a formal statement.

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That's all been explained.

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So

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when I say this man of him as if I'm saying,

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I will start this well done in the nuvola

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I can do what I'm doing. Without

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I'm doing what I'm doing for the sake of Allah. So I'm going to use so different meanings in order to go into this. So let me explain this again. So when I say this doesn't mean that

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it means I'm doing this for the sake of Allah.

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Is that clear? Another meaning is I can't do anything without Allah starting with Islam.

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Okay.

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And this is why

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when I talk about this around just talking about Bismillah

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and if we went back into history from the very beginning of the

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the for ourself was linked to this.

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Okay, you mean the very first revelation of the Quran?

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Excellent. Read, recite, right, continue

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towards more after

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this

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lesson

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Bismillah.

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So, this was done with the very first simulation, right.

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So when when, who spoke

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not who spoke what, who's,

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who was told,

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who came to the top

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and the humans come from?

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Right. While the professor was very honest,

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he was very honest. He lived for 40 years. He was undeterred.

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Right. And logically speaking,

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if you want to read something, you are in a situation where you have two things in the human rights, something you have within memory, and you resigned from your memory. Right or you have something in front of you.

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A book that you read from

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America. Question is

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the top seller memorize and

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know,

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if there is a book in front of him, can he read?

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I don't have anything in memory, I needed to bring me up.

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So the person has given me an answer as a human being.

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And this is why the opponents of Islam they said, How come? The Torah is asking you to recite an outcome of your response by saying I can't read?

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How can you say no to?

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Another question is, how can I was asking him to eat when he knows this?

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He says.

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And the answer is very simple. Very simple. A lot of work.

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And never you want something you can see me. And it is

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as strong as a human being.

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As a human being with a teacher, nobody taught me I'm 40 years old, I don't know how to be.

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I need to memorize anything. Nope, I can read

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this

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three times. And every time they ask the same, and to be squeezed out of

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it, I can't.

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Then the last of this now,

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you're not gonna read because somebody told you, it's gonna teach you. And if I will teach you, he can just do this in less than a second.

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Imagine if you have a smart, clever teacher, you're proud to say, I send my son to Oxford University.

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I pay lots of money. Man, people that are very qualified. If he said get to a school, which is you know that the school has acquired a teacher who said, Yeah, my son goes to that school. You know how much I pay per month?

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He learns this and this and this, right?

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Who would be a better teacher?

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And if I'm low on something, the way it works,

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is in

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the commander, anything be it is allowed to say to us now DOD business

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can resist.

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Are you ready?

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To go so if I break?

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Nobody can open a law since the law. And Allah can break the law.

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So my choose to teach him how much I love.

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You need speed you need.

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The Almighty told him?

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Oh,

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man, I've never been taught school.

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Allah, tofu. I'm not saying who talks about?

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To whom? To the process. And

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so to please,

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right. This is why I'm sometimes asked the man the wizard,

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Who taught you essentially captain of the

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ship.

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Right, they've been shoved into

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a rough man.

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The one who told us that's the beginning. And debris

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is the first shade and in the process of total Sahaba. Marine

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marine until today.

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So who is

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right?

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So Allah Subhana, Allah has

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resigned

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after

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Mohammed, you think that you're going to learn? Because sometimes they teach, you know,

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it's me was teaching.

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And imagine if I was the teacher, whatever student would you produce?

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You're illiterate.

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But you will teach all humanity from now to the end of life.

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The book that I will teach you will not only be amazing to the people who listen to it now, but every civilization that will come after him.

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Aren't we amazed by the Parana after 14 centuries, and then we'll keep amazing people to the end of life. People will find them the same

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They never go off. We talk

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about things, geology,

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air pressure, I can give you an idea for all these things that I'm talking about.

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embryology

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speed, kills the most famous embryos from Toronto. He accepted his novel, he said, had I

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known 30 years ago, I wouldn't have wasted 30 years in the lab. And he added another chapter to this book, instead, talks about the three stages of the embryo, the mother lode from Allah motiva

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is spent 30 years to discover this.

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Hello, honey in Santa Ana, Allah, you know what this

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means. It's a, it's a piece of blood very, very small, that claims the word Allah means to claim to claim to something.

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And that's one of the phases one of the stages of us when we are critical over another. First is the sperm eating the egg. And then it becomes not for that piece of blood. And that piece of blood clings to the womb, to the size of the home of the mother. And then it grows into mocha, mocha comes from,

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you know, becomes like a piece of meat as a piece of meat that you chew on.

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And then it becomes bones, and then the bones are covered with flesh, then

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the creation starts.

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So when that man read up

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in the air, he said, it takes someone

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in a lab with a microscope to be able to see this. How could this unlettered man in the desert of Arabia, more than 14 centuries so far this, these are not the words of the creation? These are the words of the Creator, and he took

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one out of the other haha

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was the

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the the word the here means eight?

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How does the eight look like? It's over? Right? When Galileo came, and he told the church that the earth is not flat, he got killed, the burnt?

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Is it? Are you talking about things that we don't know? Because they talk about themselves as representative of planet Earth.

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But the last set, and the earth after that was shaded in an oval shape.

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And more than 14 centuries ago, that was proven only in geology in the 20th century.

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The concept of a PhD in geology from Saskatchewan University.

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How do you know that? It's talking to us? Right?

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Walker,

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why in

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many of us are taking an oath by the positions of the stars. Now the stars themselves, of course, the star is a big sign of Allah subhanaw taala, the star that you've seen, right? But let's say I'm not and I'm taking an oath by the position, meaning the place where the star used to be.

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And it's an oath, that's great if you have the knowledge. You know what I discovered in the 20th century in astronomy, that what we see in the sky is not the star, that star left that place millions of years ago. It's the position of the star

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by the position of the star

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is amazing. The process of studying astronomy is the product of science knowledge is giving us hints so that you know that the Creator is the one who said this, and he will see

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some

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of you and pushing him will show them our signs in the entire universe

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and in their own creation.

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Do you know the camera that we use today that's a simulation of your life.

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It takes the picture and reflects the pictures how well they are imitating the eyes.

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How many operations does your liver do every day to take all the toxins

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All your buddy who gives the command to the lever to work everything non stop, if something happens, what happens to the man in the liver stops

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the heart, how many beats every day regularly. And when something happens when your heart rate goes down, or our higher what happens

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with

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everything in the open book that we check on a reverse, and they are also science in the closed book, which is different, but you will see also science in your own creation

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status. So,

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as I said, from the very beginning, when I was

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missing out,

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what does that mean?

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It means it doesn't mean resigned in the name of your board, as you see in the translation. It means,

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you know, if you think that you will read because somebody will teach, you know, it's in the name of your board meeting with the power of the board

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with the will of your Lord. I don't like the word Lord. So I'm gonna say Master, or even the word itself, because Lord has a biblical connotation. And there's also House of Lords in the in the Magic Kingdom, there are humans. So I don't like to use a word that can be used for humans. So I always prefer the word dog as it is, or master.

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Okay, so from the very beginning amongst us, you know, everything is done. Meaning, don't say, it means with the power of Allah, the mighty Obama, after the permission of Allah. Okay, because you might think about something. And you might think, like, Oh, I'm very powerful. And I told him, we were amazed, like, there used to be two superpowers, and that that's across the history of mankind back in the days, we have Great Britain.

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And they said, The sun will never sit there.

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Instead sets a long time ago, France was the second superpower at some point was France now that we had the USA and the US is our, where's the investors are now.

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And USA is in its way now. Right? So what's next? My dream is the USI. That's my dream.

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What does that stand for? I always like to create my own acronyms United States of Israel.

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United States, but we want to have all the states of his people submit.

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So, so now, the next point is,

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is a loss of data told the processor that he will be able to set up on because along with each time,

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we also combine it to say this

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was a lesson that I said, you're not going to be this with your own world power.

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What are the assumptions?

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We made it easy for you to recite and learn the prompt. So it's, it's again, when you say this simulated means we have to do a lot. I can inside the barn, I can understand what's in the barn. I can act upon the Quran, I can make the protocol my way of life. So it's going to be useful again, to start out with you say this with that. What does it mean? If you say unbelievable?

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It means with the help of law, with the power of law, with the permission of Allah for the sake of Allah because if you do anything in this life, that's not intended to please Allah, it's useless. You will do it yeah, that's fine. But you have to be a word for Dhamma is why the sponsor a number of men openly had this you know, actions are rewarded by intention that constitutes two thirds of this thing.

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If you do anything without intention, without intending to please of us, it's useless.

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So

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Alas, travel is an extra book and extra momentum through this

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one

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because I cream isn't

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the difference, the alternatives, right? But in this

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book, and people have said

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why do we have the superlative degree? If this generous is the most generous?

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Because if an answer primadonna

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often the processor level attention from him from the human can isn't this out of the interest of Allah

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Hello, I'm getting tired.

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If a Lost Planet Allah brings somebody from the human beings to be the disrupter. masala isn't that current from Allah? Isn't that generosity from Allah? When Allah becomes the digital himself? Isn't that the

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most the most students because amongst all humans who choose to be a teacher, and it's

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so that shows, you know that the highest level of generosity from

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monster monsters

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we as people, also we need to recite the Quran and being full of set of armor saying this

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is again, so dear of service.

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And again, if I may call them two brothers here, we said it's not only and

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that's true, we say this in everything we do. And if you don't say it,

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because it's exactly as if you're saying, Yeah, I can do nothing in this life. without you.

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Would I,

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you know, what I want to put on my photos.

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And just tell you one incident that happened to me one time.

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You know, sometimes we as men, some of us visit the kitchen, maybe once twice, you have one, right.

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And sometimes you don't say, I will, you know, I make the bananas and

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I thought you're gonna make a meal or something, you know, the pitcher even tried to come back and unless you cut your finger,

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so you became like a liability,

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you became a burden. Like, get out of here. This was my turn, I don't want to see in the kitchen.

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So I went one time, and I was doing something and I cut my finger is

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still there.

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So Panama, believe it or not, I can't

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do my buttons.

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I can't undo them. So I try now to do them while this finger is not working.

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It's almost impossible

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to do, right. So I was like trying with one hand, it was brilliant that I had to call my kids, someone to help me do it.

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Just one thing.

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Everything become dysfunctional.

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And sometimes we think highly of ourselves, like man, I'm strong, I can do things.

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Right? So you say Bismillah AR Allah, you are going to help me even put on my clothes and taking them off.

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Right? You will go back home, even a walk. Do you know that some people who are millionaires and billionaires and they're willing to give up all that money to be able to stand up and walk a few steps

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when you go and visit them in the hospitals.

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But you don't appreciate the blessings of Allah

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and those people who lost them, they start now realizing that man, just just a way to stand up and move you just do it automatically. Now, you take it for granted. But one day you start like know trying to leave your bed and he can just raise your better man as too bad. Then you start saying yeah.

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So, sometimes

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since you are a wake up call through sickness is when everything is okay.

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So, sometimes the sequences are missing because it brings you back

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and teaches you to say

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right. So Bismillah I have to say Bismillah when I have to say Bismillah when I put on my clothes, I have to say this without any of my clothes, I have to say this Milan into the house, I have to say Bismillah when I leave the house, I have to say this Milan into the message I have to say this melodic message. What does that mean? Even the farmer

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when he puts the seed in the soil, he should say Bismillah Why?

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Because I was in control of everything.

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Did you create that soil? Mr. Farmer? No. Did you create that secret input there

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are un commando terrain or the water from that member to come. You know to close by

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See to grow?

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All what you do is,

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as it were saying, Yeah,

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that's my only part.

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But you are the one who created the earth. And you're the one who made that soil? You know, you know, I can, you know, use it for cultivation. Yeah, you're the one who created the seed itself. Yeah, well, you know, the property of this land, can it can grow this or not? You're the one who can celebrate or can make it a drought this year, no rain.

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Right.

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But sometimes, we just do it like as lip service,

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then

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you have to mean,

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you have to feel

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at that point in the

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day.

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So when you say Bismillah, when

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you have

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a floating, right? When you get cold, can you swap property?

00:51:10--> 00:51:11

Can you test properly?

00:51:13--> 00:51:17

Can you digest properly? who's in control of all these systems?

00:51:20--> 00:51:24

So one, since the robot can allow break the law,

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that's what we're gonna be answering next time.

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Because when sometimes something out of the norm happens, people say, wow, this is

00:51:35--> 00:51:36

that's a great doctor,

00:51:37--> 00:51:38

to meet your wife.

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The doctor himself has a wife doesn't have children.

00:51:45--> 00:51:47

What can he do to support themselves?

00:51:49--> 00:51:50

You don't say

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sometimes, you know, you say

00:51:59--> 00:52:02

that's luck, is the universal

00:52:04--> 00:52:04

Mother Nature.

00:52:08--> 00:52:10

Most of the time when something happens here is a

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very logical question. Did nature create nature? I had that logical conversation and one of them is a professor, this talk, you know, intellectual in your intellectual and intellectual nature? He said, No, I said, excellent. The nature said the law for nature to act or to stop acting? Is it No, I said, so logically, before everything behind every creation, there is a creator is yes. As I said, there must be someone who created nature. And he sets the law for nature. But he's the only one who can stop the law one time and can break it.

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Right.

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And this is what

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allows him study.

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And we know that this area has lots of snow, right? Could it happen at some point that you will see the sun and you will see what 20 plus in Saskatoon in January and February. So this is

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something

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right? But when people see this, they can say, Oh my god, what is this?

00:53:23--> 00:53:26

Right? I came to Ottawa one year.

00:53:27--> 00:53:31

And I was teaching a class there until some thought.

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And people said, you know, we didn't have much time, even though he lived, but recently it was raining all the time. But a lot since the Lord sometimes can break the law.

00:53:45--> 00:53:46

So that

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so not all the trees and the plants were suffering because there's no rain. All right.

00:53:55--> 00:53:57

So I said this one piece is fun.

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This is fun means pray for rain.

00:54:05--> 00:54:09

Maybe in Saudi Arabia, in Bangladesh, Egypt,

00:54:11--> 00:54:14

Canada, the richest country of water in the world.

00:54:16--> 00:54:17

I said Yeah.

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Why not? People came up to me with me and went out in the open and we prayed to finish the drinking.

00:54:32--> 00:54:37

I said we just there will be somebody amongst you who's a good person because of them.

00:54:39--> 00:54:40

But we just

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imagine Moosa racela.

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One time he went to a spa.

00:54:51--> 00:54:55

There was a lot of drought in the area. So he took, you know

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70,000

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and it was great for me.

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And then normally when a when a profit makes a lot of response to the global profit.

00:55:09--> 00:55:11

And then they found out that the more most is,

00:55:13--> 00:55:14

the clearer the sky become.

00:55:16--> 00:55:22

You know, our prop seven when he raised his hands for him, they say there will be no clear skies and

00:55:23--> 00:55:25

clouds and will start pouring.

00:55:30--> 00:55:33

He's making drama and the movie makes that clear.

00:55:34--> 00:55:35

And he's like, Yeah,

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he's wondering like, what's going on? And then the last battle and

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there is one man amongst you

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who has been sitting

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and disobeying me for the last 40 years. And because of him, you will have no way

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out.

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Do you want to know the end of the story?

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Yes, to come in.