Provisions for the Hereafter Series Part 12

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Sajid Ahmed Umar

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Explanation of the summarised version of Imam Ibn Qayyim AlJawziyyah’s famous book – Provisions for the hereafter

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah he was he was a limiter Sleeman kathira lamb de

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la mala and Milena Illa Allah Allah. Allah Allah Hakim la Molina, Mayan foreigner when foreigner Bhima Lim tena Merriman watermelon Kareem rubbish roughly surgery or SLE Emory Hello Dr. Tommy Lee Sani Yahoo Kony. All praise belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala we praise Him we seek His forgiveness and we seek his assistance and we seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa Taala from the evil of our souls and the adverse consequences of our deeds. wampserver Allah subhanho wa Taala decrees guidance upon the man Canvas guide him and Allah subhanho wa Taala decrees misguidance upon the man can guide him and peace and salutations be upon the final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I bear

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witness that there is no one with you of worship besides one of law and that Mohammed Salah mahana he was selling his his messenger, my dear brothers and sisters

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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh once again, and I welcome you to lesson 12

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or Episode 12 in our series that admired provisions for the hereafter.

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And obviously,

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this is a series especially dedicated towards our our workers, not exclusively, but especially and it's surrounding a book written by

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Mr. Lyon in particular the summarized version of the book by

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Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab

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Rahim Allah.

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In our last session, we began discussing salah and the guidance of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with regards to Salah. And we said that inshallah in this particular episode we will dive into the blessings

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and benefits of the Sunnah of the Salah. So inshallah, let's kick off with that. There are many benefits as you can imagine, my dear brothers and sisters related to Salah meaningful benefits, tangible benefits benefits

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in this life benefits in the grave benefits

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and then in general benefits for the Hereafter, so now has a plethora of benefits and it's the first pillar after the shadow. Right, so softly become a Muslim. The first pillar after that is to observe the Sunnah to observe the Sunnah, and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that

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the differentiator between us and them meaning belief and disbelief is this particular solar, this particular Sala, and Allah subhanho wa Taala commanded me early hemocyte wasallam as well, to observe the sauna.

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But in terms of

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the actuality of the Salah, then our Salah is as taught to us by the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam and as we said in our last lesson, he said, so Luca, Ma, or Ito Mooney or somebody that you should observe the prayer just like you see me observing the prayer and that's inclusive of his Whoo. So we know that he never left out Whoo hoo, if needed, before he observed the prayer, and Salah was given to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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before hegira to Medina, because it was given to him during the night of Elisa and Mirage, meaning it was given to him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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During the night that witnessed the night journey from Makkah to beta mark this and then the ascension to the heavens. Whereas Rasul Allah, Allah He was sillim had a standing that no one before him had, and Allah subhanho wa Taala gave him 50 Salawat and this is established in established narrations and is well documented in this era. And then he met Mousavi Salaam on his way, and moosari salaam urged him to get that number reduced from experience, of course, from experience, because he knew the difficulties he had with his own mind, no doubt but it was a troublesome oma. In fact, we're not trying to misrepresent anybody this is this is a fact Allah subhanho wa Taala

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mentions many of the errors many of the mistakes many of the sinful ways. The difficulty with the own Prophet Musa and he said, even though ultimately means

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of taking them out of, quote unquote slavery because they were really oppressed by their own. So Buddhists are in

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really hammered by fear around them and after Allah bless them with the coming of Messiah, they still behaved in an unworthy manner. So from experience Musa alayhis, Salam advisor for the loss, Allahu alayhi wa sallam to go back and ask for the number to be reduced because the oma won't be able to manage this. And we shouldn't forget that, you know, when the day of gamma comes closer, then Baraka is removed out of Time,

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Time begins to fold and overlap and come together. Right? And look today, so harmala, how quickly the terms of Salah come about, especially in the winter, in some countries, it's sort of us or Maharaja immediately, right? The only long break you have is within Asia and Asia, and then forget and then after that, it's like one after the other. Right? So imagine if it was 50 prints. So to sort of Lawson Allahu Allahu wa sallam continued revisiting the this gift sought out with Allah subhanho wa Taala until it was reduced to five and even then Musa said no go and get it reduced. But then Rasulullah salallahu alayhi wa sallam said no, this is you know, inshallah, we will have to

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push and manage this. I mean, I'm paraphrasing, obviously. But he gave the the, the feeling that you know,

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I now feel ashamed or shy, to go back to Allah subhanho wa Taala. To get it reduced from five to a lesser number. However, the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala is ever for us. And even though we pray five, Allah subhanho wa Taala promises a reward of 10 one good deed gets multiplied tenfold. So even though we observe five must have had who attended rewards as as if we have observed 50.

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So Salah

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happened during the surrender charge, or it was given to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam as a gift. And we must note this, my dear brothers and sisters, it was given as a gift, it's a present. It's not a burden, it's a present. You know, yes, it's played on for example, you get a pet, you have to look after the pet.

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But when you know the pet is a gift, and something that can only bring goodness to your life, when you happen to look after it. And that's the reality, what's solid only has goodness for us not just in this life, as I said earlier, but even after we die in the grave, and then during resurrection. And then, you know, in front of Allah subhanho at the end of the day I am and Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us as well, that the first thing that allow and ask you about on the day of piano or from those first things is the seller. If the seller stands, all the other deeds, good deeds that we've done, will have the ability to stand up. So Pamela, right, you mentioned that, but

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if the seller does not stand, then all the other deeds on benefits, the fasting the kindness to parents, the you know, keeping the beard giving sadaqa you know, all the different acts of worship won't matter. Because the Salah has failed to step. And this is a this is really this is an eye opener, really,

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with regards to

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how important Asana is, and how mighty a pillar it is, and and why it is the first pillar after the Shahada take me Allah subhanho wa Taala makers from the people of Salah me, so it was given as a gift. It's a gift that we look after. It's a gift that we do not feel,

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you know, as something that we consider a burden. And that's why when we listen to the generations of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam related to Lulu, we heard that

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he was a lamb. He said when kivar Salah by the Salah that, you know, to wait for a Sunnah after a Salah. You know, it's like for example, someone Beloved, met you And when they left, you couldn't wait for them to come back. And when they told you we coming back, it was all you could think about. That's how it should be with our solder. There will be finished one solder we sat and we can't wait for the next one.

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Right. So in other words, we shouldn't take for granted. And we should protect our solder from becoming a routine.

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Becoming a norm

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becoming an ad

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besides being an embed, and there's a difference between an ad or a no. And then a bed which is an act of worship. Right. So this is an important element. This is a journey each and every one of us needs to have with the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala we need to have this journey.

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We need to have this journey with the book of Allah and do the act of worship that the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala stipulates and from the biggest act of worship is the

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Sala we need to have a journey protecting it from becoming a norm you know the cereal we have every morning that's the norm you know

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you know pressing your your your remote on your key to open your car door as you get close to the car that's the norm. You don't really think it if you ponder over this video brothers and sisters, you actually just do it sometimes you don't even realize you're doing it but you've done it and the doors opened. It's a no no our select cannot be like that my dear brothers and sisters it has to be something that you know we psyched up for. We anticipate our heartbeats, you know faster because of We can't wait for the machine to make that then. And as Rasul Allah Allah He was telling us to say to be led to solid meaning obita you know, come us and cool us and make us happy by announcing the

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event because when you hear the event, the only thing that's left after that is what is what is the center. So, the event is cooling and calming and exciting because of what it calls you to

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which is the fara which is the Sunnah. And and last week we said that the Salah is different from before the Salah, till after the Salah. And in terms of before the Salah we shared as an example.

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You know, having the sooner prayers to pray, but also we have the event and the karma all this is thicker as well. So the salary is declared from beginning to end until after the end, because after the end we have a car as well. So the Salah was given as a gift, and every other law Allah subhanho wa Taala gave Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam wild Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam was on earth

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except Sunnah. Allah subhanho wa Taala raised him to a noble place, a noble standing. And it was here that Allah subhanho wa Taala directly gave him the gift.

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So it's not that a law came down via gibreel it Sara, it went directly to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, because he had his standing with Allah subhanho wa Taala. So Allah subhanho wa Taala directly gives him this gift and called him sallallahu alayhi wasallam to Allah subhanho wa Taala to give him this gift, right? And obviously when we make an occasion out of something, they should teach us how, you know, when we graduate from our degrees, there's an occasion made out of it, there's a dinner, people are dressed in different dressing, there's, you know, pictures and cameras and excitement, and we get to call our parents and so on and so forth. We make an occasion

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out of it when we get married, we make an occasion out of it, right? So you know, we can see that an occasion was made with regards to saya and that's how it was given to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So it's not something you can forget because there's so many amazing things surrounding it the buraq that travel from Makkah to tbaytel Mk this in an instant, the travel from beta democritus to

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you know, to

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to the heavens in an instant going through the different heavens meeting the different MDR Masato set up right, it's just so many events surrounding the Sunnah it's impossible for us to forget the conversation with mu Sally seller as well. Right? impossible for us to forget so May Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive us for our lack of diligence with regards to Sunnah and you know

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our long standing speaker included May Allah forgive me as well you know it's we're not protected from making the Salah something we do just to do to get it to you know to just get it over and done with you know, you know

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you know sometimes you know sometimes we say just in passing we say let me just pray Asia then I can relax and then you know, look, I know a person who's saying that doesn't mean it like that. But we should love for so much that we don't even say that like that statement. Let me just get a sonata issue over and done with them we can relax. No, because so that should be the relaxation and the selective amnesia being over and done with should be the sadness of our hearts and our souls right I mean, this is this is in an ideal situation My dear brothers and sisters right so what I'm saying is look I'm not saying people are wrong if they say that's pretty solid, then we can relax I know they

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don't mean that they hate sought out or Salah is a burden inshallah, they don't mean that. But you know what I'm saying that Salah is so important that we should even be extra careful, how we speak about it, and really contemplate the meanings that other people can understand or the wrong meanings and incorrect meanings that they might understand. Right. So,

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these are definite points that we need to take into consideration when we are discussing this particular guidance of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam I pray the audio is clear.

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The message is being delivered, my dear brothers and sisters, because the last thing we want to do is just talk for the sake of it and listen for the sake of it. Right? We should feel a burning emotion and desire to fix ourselves with regards to what we have had, May Allah increase for us and bless us And forgive us. I mean, I'm reading all your messages and I really appreciate them. Okay, now one of the other things we just said was that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he, the Salah was 50 and it was brought down to five. Now, what we must understand my dear brothers and sisters, in terms of a lesson from this, is that in life, we should burn ourselves into things not

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burn ourselves out. And, you know, it is a loss of wisdom that the Salah be dropped down to five, to keep it sweet, to keep it anticipated, not to not for it to be a burden, and something that burns out the Ummah and something they do for the sake of doing it. And this is a very important point. Because if we are observing Salah for the sake of doing it, there's no fault on the Salah, there is no fault on the Sharia, there's no fault on the legislation. The reality is that that the reality is, is that the problem is with you and me, the problem is with us, we need to fix ourselves. Because Allah created us he knows us better than we know ourselves and the rulings of the Sharia are

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rulings that

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everyone can manage. And if you can't, then there's exceptions.

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Right.

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There's exceptions and leniencies. Right.

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That the Sharia puts in place. Right? concessions, that's the word I was looking for concessions that the Sharia puts in place. So by default it can apply to everybody. So the Sharia said five times a day. Right? If we are feeling hard to do, there's no problem with legislation. The problem is with you and me. And remember Shelbyville Rahim Allah in His famous book, Elmo alphacard. He has an interesting discussion and scholars before him discuss this as well. Right and interesting discussion about how perfect the legislation is even in amount and even in timespan. Right. So he he says that Allah subhanho wa Taala with his infinite wisdom, he gave us five times a day, not six, if

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it was six, we would have burnt out five is absolutely perfect, and it protects us from going backwards. Four would have not been good for us, six would have not been good for us. And it's set at five, right. And at the beginning of the day, at the end of the day, you have to Salas at night, you have three during the day, for example, one before sunrise, two after sunrise, two after sunset, to get the balance to keep ourselves connected to Allah subhanho wa Taala right.

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throughout the day and night, and you know hamdulillah we have four units of prayer at night because Allah knows best the wisdom behind this but but it wouldn't be far off on to logically deduce and say that perhaps we have for a cat because of the distance between celestial Orisha and pleasure. Right. So there's great Baraka and and and and other things that I love because Allah subhanho wa Taala has made the night

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for us. So it's not as busy as the day but when we start our day it's busy. So Mark gives us two units of prayer. Right? And perhaps we get engrossed with the dounia throughout the day so Allah sets us back and puts us in place and helps balance our hearts lead our hearts tendencies because when you work in the dunya your heart becomes inclined towards the dunya towards matches of this world towards money towards profit. So like gives us 404 answer in the day. Right? In his infinite wisdom. It's perfect that it's for him not to it's perfect that it's four not three and when we end our dead mother is three is perfect that it's three or not four so Hannah law and prejudice perfect

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that it's two and a three. So Allah subhanho wa Taala gives us the bed, in style and manner. And even in terms of the system used because it's best for us because he's created us and he knows us better than we know ourselves. He's made hij compulsory one tag once a lifetime compulsory only once, twice would have been difficult for the Ummah right.

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For example, fasting 30 days in Ramadan, anything more as something compulsory, would have been difficult with a burned out you wouldn't have wished for Amman as we wish for Amazon because Amazon is only in Ramallah I mean when Ravana finished last time we were already teary and sad that Ramadan is finishing but so Pamela we already in the New Year Ramadan is not so far away. We towards the end of

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you know today's is the 19th of of suffer, right. reveal our Villa Gemma Rajab.

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Shaban six months after sick. You know, after six months we have Ramadan. Right? So and we know the pious predecessors they would ask Allah to accept the Ramadan

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you know for for six months after and then ask Allah subhana wa tada to bless them with the next Ramadan for the months before Allah subhanaw taala. Right. So Allah has made Ramadan compulsory one month in the year if it was two months,

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it wouldn't have been right for the masses in terms of the outcomes that Ramadan has has has been set to achieve. And that is the achievement of taqwa from the greatest objectives is that cheap, taco, same thing applies to zecca. A lot x 2.5%. Right. In terms of wealth, of course, different ones have different ratings, but 2.5% is what we are accustomed to, given the type of wealth we have, not three, not 2.6, not 2.4 2.2 and a half percent, right. But two and a quarter, two and three quarters, two and a half percent. Right. So this is infinite wisdom it represents. So we learned the importance of burning in and not burning out. And this is what you should think about in

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your work as well, that you don't do so much data that burns you out that you stop, you know, after a week or after a month, and then after a month you stop it altogether. You know, and this is what I tell my team members as well, that you know, when my team members come in, they always come up with excitements they say no, we're going to leave this, we want to do a bit more here, we're going to do that we're going to write so many articles, we're going to do this, we're going to do that I tell them Look, don't it's good that you have the excitement, but, you know, pour that excitement into a container so that you protect it and can last, you can drink from it. And you excitement can last

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for a longer time. It's like It's like Hawa when sorry, like

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the companion of Ibrahim alayhi salam, right hijo inserra when the Zamzam came, she quickly built a barrier around it to protect it, so that it could be stored. Mashallah, and on a stream which ran away from her, right, so it could be stored. Same thing, when you have ambition, when you have motivation, when you are excited, harness it, harness it, so you can drink from it. And it can last longer. It shouldn't be a situation that in that hour, you work for an organization, you work for a project, you work for a program, and everybody has to keep you motivated. Everybody has to keep you moving. shouldn't work like that. If you're working for Allah subhanho wa Taala you should keep

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yourself moving. Right? But what happens is we burn ourselves out, we make poor decisions, we make poor decisions. And what happens is because we burnt out, we lose motivation with regards to what we're doing. And then we start getting excited by other opportunities and we start doing other things. Right. So this is something you should take into consideration My dear brothers and sisters, Bernie and even if you want to memorize the Quran, start slow. Don't go and start setting one page.

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You know, targets and to complete in a single day, especially when you do not have momentum in the process of memorizing the Quran.

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Start slowly, memorize three lines until it's super easy, then make it six until it's super easy. Until you can do six in the same time you were doing three, right hamdulillah for example, then you move on. It might take you a few months, it might take you a few weeks. It might take you a few days, everybody's different, but pace yourself. Pace yourself. Right. So we learnt this very clearly from how musante sometimes to go and get reduced allies always Allah knew that he would decree eventually five prayers with the reward of 50 but this was the journey that Allah subhanho wa Taala set his messenger upon for us to derive lessons from it may Allah Subhana Allah Allah

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bless us and gather us with Musa alayhis salam Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in gender. I mean, we also have my dear brothers and sisters to learn from experience Musa alayhis salaam is speaking from experience. He spent time with Israel. He wasn't naive anymore. Right? No, no naivety? He was experienced. So we see.

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Musa alayhis salam from experience telling the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that you're alone manage this, your own manage this, right? So we should also learn from experience. We should learn from our previous mistakes. We should learn from our previous difficulties. We should learn from our previous successes and wins. We should have a journal and we jot down where we went wrong. Keep it stored. Learn from it. So the next time you don't do the same mistake. Because madness, madness and insanity is doing the same thing expecting different results.

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That's what madness is. That is what insanity is. Doing the same thing expecting

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different results. Henry Ford, who was the big guy at Ford and made for what it is. He said if you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got. Ford fo rd the car company, right? system idea it's fo rd Zac Lohan.

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For those who just follow our recordings, what happens in class is this live notes that I get that get taken on the whiteboard. Mashallah. So as I'm talking to somebody who's transcribing, right into this case, it's system ID and your love letter. I mean, an excerpt from it. I mean, so the point that I was saying, brothers and sisters is that he said, If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got. Just simple physics. Right? It's physics. That's just how it is. If you want to get what you never got, then you must do what you never did. That's true simple physics common sense. Right? You can't. So you have to drop down, you have to do a post mortem of

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your day. Ideally, a Muslim does a post mortem of his or her day. Where did I waste time today? How can I ensure that the same mistake doesn't happen tomorrow? How do we ensure that but the problem is we don't really do any post mortem, we just go to sleep, and wake up the next day expecting us to just carry on and the results will be different. This is the problem idea brothers and sisters. So we learn from

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you know, musallam advising Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we learned the importance of learning from experience. So we work you know, sometimes you might say, well, I set a small target of three I had to memorize in a day.

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But then you find out three is is too much for you. Learn from that experience. The day you want to get back to memorizing the Quran, don't say I'm going to do three, make it one make it to benefit from that experience, do something different. Does that make sense? My dear brothers and sisters, I pray that he does. We also learn when your brothers and sisters have this conversation between Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Musa alayhis salam, the importance of being a sincere advisor, the importance of being a sincere advisor. This isn't this is fundamentally important. Moosa, he said, I'm here, you know, it's not saying well, I had my issues with my oma, so let him go

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have his issues with his oma? No, they all on the same team. Right? So he gives him a, you know, sincere advice that we on the same team. Right, I want you to succeed. Please take this advice from me. I'm giving you sincere advice. And my advice is not based on ignorance is based on knowledge is based on experience. And we've discussed experience a few a few seconds ago, right? So we should be sincere. And we also learn from this that in that hour, we should complete each other and not compete each other. That's bad English, but it does sound really good, right.

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So we should complete each other but not compete with each other. Right? That's important. That's important. My dear brothers and sisters, you know, sometimes you're going to open your dow effect in a systematic way, as an organization. But if you know that, you know, what I'm doing is going to provide unhealthy competition to what my brother's already doing. No, don't do it. Go and complete your brother's work, don't compete it open your your project that does a master's degree, for example, that does a different program that that completes the previous effort, it shouldn't be an issue that breaks down a previous effort. This is very important. Because you know, even you know,

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today, we know that money is the oxygen of progress. And for progress, you need money to do stuff to hire people, and so on and so forth. But what happens is, in that hour, another organization opens what happens, they take the stuff of the other the previous organization, maybe that staff is a bit disgruntled. So they leave and go to another organization. And this is a turbulent rbls. And we need to discuss for some people in the hour today, how to have etickets and adapt and morals. It's very important brothers and sisters, right? You don't just hop from one organization to the other chasing money first, you should work for Allied working for law means you got to look after certain ethics.

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Right? You should have ethics, it's different to business is different to business. But you know, business also from an Islamic perspective, we say business should promote healthy competition. Because the problem is that Allahu Allahu wa sallam forbade us from selling upon the sale of our brother.

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And he he prevented us from putting a marriage proposal upon the marriage proposal of another brother. So for example, a brother proposes to a girl and it's common knowledge that the girl is considering this proposal and then he steps in and goes out Mary, I'll give you a bigger Maha.

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Right. And for example, if you know that your brother is doing a deal

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With another brother, right? And let's say it's I'm selling my car for for 20,000 you're not allowed to step in and say I'll give you 25,000 send it to me instead, unless it's an auction that's different. But we're talking about normal trade. Because the question that's being asked is can we apply this ethic ethics to business we say yes, to a certain degree, no doubt, a nonprofit is different to a for profit. However, in essence and theory 100% these ethics are applied the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade a lot of things, you know? Because, you know, it's, it's a matter of ethics, it's a matter of making brothers and sisters sad, it's a matter of dis uniting the

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community. Right? He forbade us from selling something at a profit in front of the buyer that we just bought the product from, for example, some of our it was Allah, right? So we know that he he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he forbade us from

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buying something from a buyer and in front of him selling it at a profit to somebody else. He says, No, go and sell it after you transport that product from the place that you bought it. Why? Because you're only going to create sadness. It's just not ethical. It's not ethical.

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So I'm using my dear brothers and sisters is in our we need to complete each other not compete with each other that we you know, money is needed in the in the Dow and today, everybody's fundraising. But what happens is, in one vicinity, so much so many organizations that really are doing identical efforts open up, or similar efforts at that open up, what happens if I'm a donor, and I donate 100 pounds a month to one organization, the day another organization opens up, I got to I can only donate 50, because now I'm splitting my 100 between two organizations. So this organization, the original one is going to suffer.

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That's what's going to happen. Right?

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then a third person comes in, he opens his organization. Now I'm splitting my 100 pounds between three people, for example, the fourth one comes up split, I'm splitting it at 25% pieces here, right? So what's happening, we don't realize we're harming something we harming the competing. And another thing that we find in the data today, you know, I don't want to discuss the set celebrity fan culture, but it's also become a case of market share. Everybody's looking at whose Facebook are the biggest followers and whose lecture brings in the biggest followers, it's all about quantity, and not quality number one and number two, is that a case whereby a speaker stepping up and saying I

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am uninformed with regards to ABC go and benefit from that particular share or that particular day

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you know, and and making this public on Facebook and so on so forth to teach this therapy. So Subhanallah

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We ask Allah to protect us but sometimes she as we know she upon his Harris sharepad is determined. So she upon will step in if he can't stop you doing good work is going to pollute it. And sometimes without us realizing we end up becoming competitors. And negative competition. I'm not talking about positive competition, like getting to Salah the earliest and praying with the most for sure. And Allah says accept the fullness of people, this moussaka is a praiseworthy one because it's one which completes one another. Right? But we talking about

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you know, we talking about a type of competition that's unhealthy, it brings down the situation rather than allows the situation to thrive. So we learn all these different things but this brothers and sisters I wanted to share with it because we were discussing the concept of this particular or the salad becoming compulsory. I hope you've taken notes because of Anima some of the things I've just shared Allah subhanho wa Taala just opened up on me I wasn't planning on saying it and indeed all praises belong to Allah subhanho wa Taala so hamdulillah Maddie is taking notes it will be shared with you all and I hope you all taking notes as well. I think brother he Sham is with us now

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with the lion hunt. Better late than never he Sham

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I'm sure you have a good excuse for being late.

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Listen to that excuse a bit later for now. In Shall I just want you to lower the volume of your microphone, please because when you did step in it sounded a bit fuzzy. And can you please read for us if possible? Not sure if you're ready to read

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from page 52 please don't forget to hit the record button on your end as well. So can you just give me a heads up? Are you ready to read Bismillah

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Alhamdulillah amin

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Welcome to Stata to atom with the slim lm and Bertha Rahmatullah mean levena. Mohammed in

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mind, may Allah showers mercy upon the listeners for the reader from the teacher and upon the one who wrote this book. We are reading from page 52 on the PDF chapter, he would always play tarot cards while he was at home and it is these regarding which in our model they love and who said it

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Continue to observe the performance of 10 ROC eyes, which are learned from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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to look as before the hood and to rock as after a rock as after a mockery and to rock as after a shot in his house and to rock as before the fudger prayer. If he missed the two rock as before the vocal prayer he would make up for them during the time when it is prohibited to pray for us. Sometimes he would offer for records before the Lord. As for the two records before Margaret, it has been authentically reported from him that he said, Pray to us before and he repeated it three times. After the third time, he said for whoever wishes for whoever wishes, because he disliked the people should take them as a center. This is the correct view that they are recommended and not a regular

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center. In general, he used to offer the sunon and the supererogatory prayers, for which there was no reason in his house, particularly the son of malherbe, for it has not been transmitted from him that he ever performed it in the mosque.

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But he sometimes performed the other sunon and supererogatory prayers in the mosque. And his observation of the Sunnah of fudger was stricter than that of all the supererogatory prayers. Likewise, he never failed to observe it and the wittle prayer regardless of whether he was at home or traveling, and it has not been transmitted from him that he offered any regular similar prayers. When traveling other than these scholars of Islamic jurisprudence have discovered have differed, as to which of them is more strongly confirmed. The sooner fudger is the first act of the day and wilted is the last, which is why he is to offer them by reciting they're in the two surahs of

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sincerity class, because they combine the heat of knowledge and the heat of action, the heat of knowledge of Allah and the heat of Allah's Will, the heat of belief and the slaves intention. So say he's a loved one includes the Oneness which negates all manner of shift, which must be confirmed for him Most High, and the negation of getting or being forgotten, which confirms the completeness of his self sufficiency and freedom from all needs, and just oneness and the negation of anything like unto him,

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which includes the negation of anything similar to him, or resembling him. And that includes the affirmation of every perfection, and the negation of every imperfection that the invalidity of affirming anything similar, equal or comparable to Him in His perfection, and the negation of all manner of shake. These fundamental principles combined all aspects of the heat of knowledge, by which the one who holds them differs from all of the misguided sects and the polytheists. For this reason, it is said that it is true to the class is equivalent to one third of the Quran, for it revolves around two main points, however, information and in chat imperatives, in share is of three

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types.

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Firstly, command, secondly, negation and thirdly of permissibility while hover is of two types, information of all of the Creator the Most High is names and attributes and his judgments. And secondly, information about his creation, mankind the jinn animals, the earth, paradise, the Hellfire, the universe, etc.

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And so what will your class concentrates on information about him and about his names and attributes? And so it is equivalent to one third of the Quran and it purifies the Wonder cited from shark in matters of knowledge, just as this sutra, say or you disbelievers or a certain cartoon purifies him from sherkin actions. And since knowledge precedes action, and it is what leads him and drives him and controls him say he's a lot of the one critical know ahead, is equivalent to one third of the Quran. And since sherkin actions is caused by people following their own whims and fancies, and many of them follow them, even though they know that they are harmful and eradicating

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it is more difficult than eradicating schilke in matters of knowledge, for that may be removed by evidence and Appeal to Reason. And it is not possible for the person who holds such ideas to know something which is clearly not so this is the reason for the emphasis and repetition in Korea, you will have your own. And this is why he is sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to recite them in the tour archives of tawaf because Hajj is one of the signs of the heat, and the days deeds have begun with them, and the day deeds of the night are closed with them. He used to lie on his right side after offering the seminar. And regarding this action, two factions held extreme views, one of them

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from among the VA Hadees declared it to be obligatory to do so, while another group mentioned it saying that it is an innovation in my Malik and others held the middle view considering that there is no objection for a person who does it in order to rest

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while disliking that anyone should do it as a sooner

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chapter regarding his son a low value asylums guidance in Okayama lay the night prayer. He never abandoned the night prayer neither when he was at home nor when he was traveling and asleep or illness overcame him. He would offer 12 o'clock hours during the day. And I heard she had Islamic new Tamia saying it

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There's evidence that winter prayers cannot be made up since the time for them has expired, like the prayer of salutation to the mosque, Eclipse prayers and rain prayers, because what is intended by it is that the last prayer of the night below with your prayer, and his night prayer used to consist of 11 or 13 rockers.

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There is unanimity regarding the 11 Records, but a difference of opinion exists regarding the final two records as to whether the other two records are federal or something else. And this is added to the number of obligatory records and the regular sunon which he habitually used to pray, the total number of records which he regularly used to offer comes to forecast these leads to offer habitually and anything additional to these is not irregular prayer.

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Therefore, it is desired desirable that the slave be consistent in offering these prescribed prayers continue continually until he dies. For half how Swift is the response and how quickly is the door open to one who knocks on it every day and night? 40 times and a lot is understand the one whose aid is sought. When he woke up after a night's sleep he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say Allah Subhana Allah homeless alone most of your luck, Aloma stuck here couldn't be

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was a local romantic love my Sydney or even whether to be bad I've had a Tony will happily mean they don't care. I'm at an inner hub. None has the right to be worshipped except you, nor me to you or law. I seek forgiveness from you for my sins, and ask you for your mercy or law increased me in knowledge and do not make my heart deviate from the truth. after You have guided me and grant me mercy from you truly, you are the best hour. If you work from sleep, you would say Alhamdulillah hilarya Anna bardem and attend our la new show, or praise and gratitude belongs to Allah, who has brought us to life after he made us to die, and to Him will be the resurrection, then he will clean

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his teeth with the miswak a natural toothbrush from the root of the Iraq tree. And he might recite 10 verses from the end of sword earlier in Iran from his words, in nephew Hulk is somewhat you will vary in the creation of the heavens and the earth, the idea that follow then you would perform ablution and pray to lightworkers and he ordered his companions or their love language to do likewise in the hadith of Abu warrior or their lover and

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he would stand up in prayer when it was halfway through the night or a little less or a little more. Sometimes he would break them up and sometimes he would offer them all all of them together. And mostly he did the latter. When he broke them up. It was in the manner described by even our best or their low angle, after offering to rock as he would stop and sleep. He did this three times during six rockers each time cleaning his teeth with the miswak and performing ablution. Each, then performing a wizard prayer consisting of three rockers. His wizard prayed to a number of forms. Sometimes he would pray in this way, sometimes he would offer eight rockers making the test dream

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after each tour occurs. And then you would offer a word of prayer of five records in succession uninterruptedly and you would not sit except in the final rocker. On other occasions, you would offer nine rockers praying eight of them in succession, and he would not sit except in the atrium. And he would sit and mention Allah praise Him and supplicate him, then he would rise without making the tasleem and offer the ninth rocker. And then he would sit and perform the tissue and make the test limb

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after making it as lean he would then offer to us. And sometimes you would offer seven records in the manner of the aforementioned nine records, then you would offer to look after it in a sitting position. And sometimes you would offer them two at a time and then offer a return of three records without separating between them. This was narrated by Ahmed on the authority of our hld Allahu anhu said that he used to offer a little prayer consisting of THEARC eyes without separating between them. But there is some doubt about this. It's a heck of a ban. It isn't it is reported on the authority of ignorance of the law angle in my fourth form, that he sort of LaGuardia who was seldom,

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I said, do not offer with it as a theological prayer, but as five or seven and do not make it resemble the mockolate prayer. I thought up and he said all of the men in its chain of narrators these net are trustworthy. how upset I am it was asked about with it and he said one should make the two slim after two rockers. And if one did not make the test team, I hope it would not harm him. Although tasleem is more strongly confirmed from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And in the narration of Abu Talib, he said most of the Hadith and the strongest of them confirmed that he offered one Raka and this is what I follow. He used to pray as narrated by necessity on the authority of halifa of your loved one who said he that he prayed with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Ramadan prayers, and he bowed and said during his record, so hang on a bit. I've been glorified by my lord the most great for the same length of time as his standing. It is also mentioned in the Hadith that he had only prayed for a cause when Bilal came and invite invited him to eat dinner. So he performed with it at the beginning of the night, in the middle of

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it and in the latter part of it, and one night, he said

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in prayer and recited a verse which he repeated over and over until morning, or we rely on shaytani r rajim. In to add the boom in Duke in the federal law in theological hockey, if you punish them, they are your slaves. And if you forgive them very you Only you are the Almighty, the old wise, and his prayers at night were of three types. First of all standing which was the most common, second of all sitting and third of all, reciting in a sitting position. And then when only a little reminder remainder of your recitation, standing and bowing in a standing position, and it has been confirmed from him that sometimes he used to offer to rock as after which was sitting and sometimes he would

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recite the rain in a sitting position. Then when he wished to bow he would stand and bow and it has confused many people for the thing that it contradicts the saying are the profits are long either you or sell them, make the end of your prayers at night With that said, I do not do it, but I do not forbid anyone who does it. He said, Malik disapproved of it, but the correct view is that winter is a separate act of worship. And so the two rockers after it would hold the same place as the center of Madrid and they are a completion of Witter. It has not been reported for him so long it was selama that he used to perform keynote in winter, except in the Hadith narrated by Raja mama had

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said nothing has been narrated from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam but Amaro the lavonne who used to perform Kanoute from time to time and I met and the compilers of the sooner nor at the haritha will hassle of gnarly you know the Allahu anhu of which Timothy said it is hasn't a sound Hadeeth we know of no one who reports it except from this source. From the hadith of buho. A Saudi End of quote, cannot in which it has been narrated from Mr. Obey an enormous route of a low annual, widowed and unnecessarily mentioned in the hadith of obey human capital, the lover and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I used to recite in witted, glorify the name of your Lord, the

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most highest businessman of the area and say, Oh, you disbelievers. Korea you will carry on and say he's a lot the one called will know I had an after he had made the tasleem he would say sapan and medical produce Glorified be the kingdom was totally three times.

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prolonging his voice in the third repetition and raising it, he would recite the sutra in a slow and pleasant manner, so much so that it would be longer than normal. And what is intended by the Quran is to reflect upon it, to try to comprehend it, to act upon it to recite it, and to memorize it in order to attain its meanings as one of the slides. As one of the self said

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the Koran was revealed in order that it'd be acted upon to act upon its recitation sure by said Abu jemalloc told us I said to the son of a lab bus with a loved one who is a person who states very quickly and I might recite the Quran once or twice in a night. Not bad. So the longer and who said

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reciting one surah is more pleasing to Me than then what do you do? If you must decide do so in a manner by which your ears may hear their cetacean and your heart may retain it. Ibrahim said I'ma raise it to Abdullah but he and he said recite slowly and pleasantly my father and mother be sacrificed for you for it is the beauty of the Quran. And I do love numero uno the Allahu anhu said, Do not babble like the babbling of poetry when reciting the Quran. And do not let the words tumble out the way dry dates fall from the bunch when it is shaken and stop at its miracles and move the hearts thereby and do not let the object of any one of you be the end of the surah. And he said if

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you heard those words or you will believe you have in common with and listen to it.

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For it is some

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for it is some frustration, such as the urge really lazy Hanako who was a warrior who was a customer who oversaw the whole Iacobucci.

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My face has been frustrated for the one who created it and shaped it and then brought forth his hearing and vision by his power and his strength. And it has not been transmitted from him that used to say Allahu Akbar when he rose up from his frustration, nor that he used to perform the Tisha hood or make the teslim ever. And it has been authentically reported from him that he frustrated in Alif Lam Meem the revelation and inside and in read, and in an najem and in when the heaven is split asunder, I would I would report it on the authority of honorable asked for the Allahu anhu that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I taught him 15 prostrations including three in

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alfalfa soil, and tuning Zero Hedge. As for the height of ignore bursts of your local angle, in which it is stated that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I did not prostrate in Aleppo for Salah after he migrated to El Medina. It is a weak Hadith. Continuing in exchange of narrator is one of O'Donnell heretic motivate, and his Hadeeth may not be cited as evidence. It was declared to be led by Dr. Bergman. Cockburn due to matorral rock, of whom he said his faulty memory.

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resemble that of Mohammed Abdullah Abdul Rahman Avi Laila Muslim was criticized for writing this Hadith, because he selects from his a hadith. But there is no Singaporean Muslim in writing this hadith because he selected from the hadith of this type, which he was known to have memorized correctly, just as he would have been a hadith narrated by your liable person who was known to have made mistakes in them. Some of the people declare all of the hadith of such reliable people to be authentic,

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while others declare all of the hadith of a person with poor memory. The former is the way of Al Hackman is like, what the latter is the way of you know, has him and his like, and the way of Muslims is the way of the amount of this religion.

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Okay, because that will now cater for that particular econ.

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Okay, shukran.

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For that reading all the way up to page 63. Please, you know, just take note of the methodology of the scholars.

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In terms of how rulings were produced, it wasn't a case of just looking at one narration. Rather, it was looking at a narration in other narrations, it wasn't just looking at

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the view or explanation of a scholar. Rather, it was a process of looking into the expeditions and views of scholars collectively. And what you just witnessed was a drop

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from the ocean,

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in terms of the methodology of the scholars have heavy

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in reaching jurisprudence, rulings related to Islamic jurisprudence,

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or hip as we know it today. Nonetheless, as we said, It's beyond the scope of this classroom to dive into the different

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difference of opinion, we want to keep this class

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upon a different platform. And as I said, you should learn what you learn, to become enlightened, not to become confused. And your reference are, or your your reference will be your local scholar who taught you about your religion from the time you were born, what do you have right?

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The squatter in your vicinity that looks after your Islamic affairs, that's your reference, but take from here to be enlightened disciple of heaven. And with regards to some of the terminologies then template There seems to be a pretty good

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set of footnotes, that

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covers some of the the the Arabic technical terms like more or less and so on and so forth.

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If the match has not translated or things which are not clear, then please use the forums to write in and asked to second level here.

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Moving on for the remaining part of or into the remaining part of today's session. As promised, we want to discuss some of the favelas of solid we began discussing it. And one of the things that we touched on just before the reading break was the Mirage and lessons from it and also that was given to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Then So, we understand from this, that Sunnah was a big part of Islam, before migration to Medina, before migration to Medina, right and then we discussed in our previous lessons about Wu when it will do become compulsory. That was the coup in MK in the McCain times and we said that the majority of the scholars say yes, there was will do

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during the McCarthy era or period, however, it became compulsory

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and upon a particular set after migration to Medina, so because there can be no Salah without Buddha. And also, depending on when the salah and the Mirage actually happened. The majority of the scholars mentioned that they saw in the Mirage happened much later, in the Moroccan period. This is the view of the majority, right that it happened

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much later.

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Just before all the wonderful things happened with some of the visitors from Medina

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and the sending of Musab divinorum mail, robiola one. So just before this period, the majority of the scholars say that it's arrived in the Mirage happened, and

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some scholars say no, it happened much much earlier. You know, some put it in a sort of the middle of the muck competed, some say no, it happened earlier. Why did they say this? They say well, because

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you know, Salah was a part of the Macan period, and there's no Salah without fatty hat as well. Right? And that is why there's also a discussion as to when was Surah Fatiha revealed? When was Surah Fatiha revealed right

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Was it revealed in Macau? Was it revealed later on? Was it revealed earlier on this is a discussion and and one of the

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concepts that play into this discussion is,

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you know, is is is the happening of the slide America Santa came about? Santa came about and there's no Santa without Fatiha. Now, obviously, the supported view or the view with regard to sort of two factor is that it was renewed in Makkah. Right, what some scholars saying it was reviewed again in Medina and so on and so forth. This is not the scope of our discussion Allah could have and I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala, grasp steadfastness in my thoughts and and protect me from saying something that that isn't true. I'm speaking from long term memory here, meaning from things which I've read a long time ago. But the point to note, here is the completion that I'm sharing to the

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Israelites on our story. Since we did begin it with regards to Salah, which is our topic of discussion, and the father and blessings of the son of them. They are countless and they are many and we only share a few from one of the benefits of the blessings of Allah is that Salah helps us achieve taqwa. And we must understand my dear brothers and sisters that we were not created except to worship Allah except to worship Allah.

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And we were not instructed to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala except for the sake of attaining taqwa. Okay.

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Right.

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So this these are important points, somebody says, okay, what's the purpose of life, say to worship Allah?

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They say okay, what's the purpose of worship? We say to attain taco. What's the purpose of attaining taco to get into gender? That's the cycle.

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Right? That's the cycle because taqwa has been described as the barrier that is built between us and the Hellfire between us and failure in the hereafter.

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Right? How do we erect that barrier by doing good deeds and staying away from evil deeds by remaining upon the do's and staying away from the don'ts

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right.

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So,

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this is,

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you know, an important matter to understand that one of the forbidden blessings of Sunnah is to attain the stucco because it's worship, and we will not create it except to worship Allah and worship Allah to attain taqwa and Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us this with regards to fasting. That fasting has been prescribed upon you to attain taqwa. And Allah subhana wa traviss. Yeah, you and Buddha comunidad hola como la Vina macabre con, la la contacta con.

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Right? Allah says that all mankind, worship your Lord, the one who created you and the one who created those before you. So last is worship your Lord. Why plan so perhaps you may attain taqwa. So this is really lays down the objectives of worship. And that is to attain taqwa. This is in sort of tillbaka in the second sort of the Quran in the first Jews, right.

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You know, the third page of the most half

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independent most of us. So the point, you know, to my dear brothers and sisters, is that from the blessings of Allah is the attainment of

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right. And, you know, creating this barrier, somebody might say, but, you know, I know people who pray Salah, but they, they, they, they speech is not good.

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Right? And, you know, they practice Riba

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and maybe they don't treat their family members. Well. Maybe they have jealousy. So how do we explain this? Right? If taqwa is the barrier that's created because we upon the dues, and we we away from the don'ts, right? And Sarah helps us attain this stuff. Well, how is it that we find the people who praise Allah, and they still do bad things? They do wrong things? How is this possible? Right? Is this a question that's come up in your mind at one point or another in your life?

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Just type it in the chat box below.

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Right? And, obviously, the answer to that question, or to this question that you know, you you you do ask yourself is

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that there is no issue. In Salah being a means to attain taco

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Right, there's no issue in this because Allah subhanho wa Taala has said this as a precedent. In fact, Allah subhanho wa Taala, Allah says, In Surah 10 here, and in fact,

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he says that indeed the Salah puts an end to that which is immoral and that which is disliked by Allah subhanho wa Taala. So Allah subhanho wa Taala so to learn Kabuto he tells us very clearly, right, that this surah puts an end to all that which is immoral, and all that which Allah dislikes, this is a very clear cut expressive a not open to interpretation. Right. So again, the question that perhaps you've asked yourself is one in one time or another in your life that how is it that people observe the quality and they still do evil things? When Allah says the Sunnah puts an end to it? Well, the answer is very simple. My dear brothers and sisters, Allah subhanho wa Taala didn't say in

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that inner Salah 1010 had an infection he will monka he said enough falletta as you can see on the whiteboard, the ayah is on the whiteboard for us. If you look at the term Salah it has an Elif and lamb before it

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right? Which means Allah didn't say indeed, a Salah puts an end to that which is immoral and disliked by Allah. But Allah is saying, indeed, verse Allah,

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which Salah this Allah, a definite Salah, a Salah, which has a great Voodoo, and is performed the way it should be performed. That is the sutra that puts an end to immorality and wrongdoing. My dear brothers and sisters, I'm not saying we need to become judges of other people's Salah, but we definitely need to judge our own Salah. Right? Because we should Allah didn't make us people who are informants on behalf of Allah subhanho wa Taala system with regards to the work of other people know Allah has angels that jot down and register and log the deeds of other people. This is another problem today. Today, whenever somebody tells us something, we immediately start thinking of

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somebody else. Right? This is what happens. Right? We hear talking, we think, gosh, I wish that brother was here to listen to this talk. I wish that Cisco was here, I hope this recording.

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I mean, isn't this what we do? If we honest, if we really want to be honest and brutal, brutal critic, critics of ourselves, right?

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And the reality is no, we should worry about ourselves. We should worry about ourselves. So we shouldn't start judging other people based on what they do. No, but we should judge our own setup based on what we do. Because if the Salah is good, then good deeds give birth to good deeds. And that's the system of Allah subhanho wa Taala good deeds give birth to good deeds. So you can't observe an accepted salah and then go and perform several bad deeds, because good deeds give birth to good deeds. So Salah indeed leads us towards the coin Allah subhanho wa Taala

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instead of Bukhara Allah says radical keytab literary Buffy Hudler Tati, who then deal with the pain, right Allah says this is a book in which there is no doubt a guidance for those who have Taqwa, a guidance for those who have Taqwa. So what's the next question? My dear brothers and sisters, who are the people of taqwa of Allah? Allah says, Allah Vina, you mean una de la vi y up Muna sala de la Rosa Pena, whom you feel that the people of taqwa from the qualities of the people of taqwa that they believe in the unseen will up Muna Salah, and they observe the sauna right now. So we say Salah is a means from the benefits of Salah is the attainment of taqwa because Allah says

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that this is a book in which there is no doubt for those who are. You know, other people of taqwa Who are the people of taqwa those who believe in the unseen and they observe, they establish the center, let's change that word observe to establish where you beam on a solid a farm with the Sala establishment of the center. Right? So they establish the center when we Moroccan Poland, they and from that which we blessed them with in terms of financial standing and material well being they spent. So look how precise the Quran is. Allah doesn't say they spent hours and hours upon a meaning from, from what we give them they spent, which means that there's a portion in terms of that which

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Allah gives us that we supposed to use for ourselves, for our families for our own establishment on Earth. That's fine. But we never forget the poor. That's a different discussion. The point you don't My dear brothers and sisters Is this the from the blessings of Salah is attainment of taqwa Also, my dear brothers in

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Sisters,

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Salah from the blessing of Allah is the opportunity to engage a loss of Anahata and and invoke Allah subhanho wa Taala. And

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Allah subhanho wa Taala again in salted Baqarah in Ayah number 153 He says, Yeah, you are Latina monastery, newbie Sabri suburbs of Santa in Siberia, that Oh, you who have believed, seek help invoke Allah, engage Allah through being patient and through the Salah, through the sada Indeed Allah is with the patient ones. Right? So, this is another blessing from the blessing of Sunnah that he gives us an ability to engage Allah subhanho wa Taala in an amazing way to invoke Allah subhanho wa Taala. And in fact, Allah commands us to invoke him during difficulty via the surah because it's during difficulty that we're calling out to Allah really write in the most complete form, I mean,

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for the masses, this is the situation. When people go through difficulty they really turn to Allah. So by saying invoke engage a lot be somebody was Sunnah, through patience and through the sada May Allah subhanho wa Taala. grant us the understanding, I mean, also with regards to the sun, and this is something we've said earlier, that the sun out from its benefits is it helps us to earn the rewards of the afterworld right of the afterlife of the hereafter. Right? The Salah will help us in the grave. It will help us on the day of paranoia. Right? And I've also had to add in again, Sudoku Bucher. Anya 277 Allah says in the Latina woman who are middle Sally had de la cama serata zeca, a

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judo marinara be him on a whole finale him all

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right, that indeed those who believe and do righteous deeds and establish the prayer and give this occur, they establish the prayer

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Kama Sutra, they establish the prayer such as the one prayer then a missed prayer, then a half prayer then a three quart No, you establish it to perfect prayer, the best of your ability all the time. Right? Allah says, they do righteous deeds they established the prayer they give this occur Allah says will have the reward was the Lord they will have the reward was the Lord and there will be no fear concerning them. nor will they grieve, meaning there'll be no sadness for this people, the afterlife, the Hereafter, will be theirs for the taking.

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Right this for the taking. We almost have Hannah who Allah bless us with the death of the people of st karma with angels that come down from gender with white shrouds to capture our soul.

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And the loss of Hannah who Allah blessed us with that happiness at the most scariest moment of our life. That we will be from the people of Gen ninja Allah, as Allah subhanho wa Taala says in his book in the levena call Robin Allah semester como from fella, hopefully he will soon let us Habu gender equality that he had just said, we know, Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah says that indeed those who say Our Lord is Allah,

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through Mr. Khan, and then they become steadfast. They walk the walk,

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they are true to what they say. When they say that Allah is the Lord, they true to it, in their actions in the speech and the behavior, allows his father hopefully him whatever we have known, these people, there is no sadness for them. They shouldn't be scared with regards to where they're going.

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And they shouldn't be sad about the deeds which they used to do. Whenever we do deeds. We're like, we don't know, is it accepted? Allah, we have good open Allah, but we don't know. Allah blesses the people of Israel karma when they die, with the knowledge that the deeds have been accepted with the knowledge that they go into a place that they shouldn't be scared of. Whether it was horrible gender equality, the fear, these are from the people of gentlemen, they will remain in it forever. Just be meconium alone, it was the reward

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because of that, which they used to do, which they used to do members who had a heart attack.

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Because from the people of karma, I mean, it brothers and sisters, let's NDA insha Allah, I think we have much to ponder over, much to contemplate with regards to ourselves

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with regards to our Salah

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with regards to a lot of things.

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So let's use this week or this few days, between now in the next class

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to ponder and become better, and remember, that's what our classes are for provisions for the hereafter. Right? So every day we packing something for the half day in our back, right? Which means every day we become after every lesson we've become better. That's how we pack something.

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Our journey by becoming better, right? Because it's our deeds that come with us. My dear brothers and sisters, we're back here to say that the burpee society had the remembrance of Allah the good deeds. You know the looking after the dues the staying away from the don'ts, the worship of the heart, this is really what travels with us to the grave with Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive us and inspire us to aspire and preserve us in his obedience. I mean, inshallah, when we come back in our next session, we'll continue with this forbidden blessing of Salah I love you all for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Please use the forums to ask your questions. I saw some questions being

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asked here. In general, my dear brothers and sisters, the notes that you have is a summary of what's been mentioned is what was mentioned by Abraham Allah.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala knows best. Until next time, Subhan Allah will be having a couple of whom will be having deca initial to Allah Allah Highlanders to hirokawa to relate some Allahu Allah Baraka Allah, Mohammed, or other Allah He was a marine. Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh