Spiritual Training Program from Allah Story of the First Revelations

Suleiman Hani


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hamdulillah nama do who want to start you know who want to start federal when I will do bIllahi min Cerulean fusina Women's RTR Marlena Maria de la who Fela Malala one a young little fella her the Allah. Why should you want Allah? Allah Allahu Allahu la sharika wa shadow Anna Mohammad Abdu, who are sunnah. Yeah, you Hola, Dina. Mono top Allahu Akbar to 41 or to move to LA one to Muslim moon. Yeah, you're Latina, mono, top la Walton Luna, have some fun, definitely avoid what type Allah in Allah. Fabio, don't be matam balloon. All praise is new to Allah exalted. We praise Him, we seek His help, his guidance and his forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evils of our sins and the

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evils within ourselves. Whomsoever Allah guides because they sincerely seek guidance, none can miss guide and whomever he rightfully allows to be led astray because they do not sincerely seek guidance, none can guide and I bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah alone. And I testify that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam peace be upon him is His servant and final messenger. Allah the Exalted reminds us in the Noble Quran what is translated as Oh you who believe are believers, the Ayala denominator this is an address to us. Be conscious of Allah as he deserves. Be conscious of Allah in public and private, with Muslims with non Muslims wherever you

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are, at any time of the day or night, be conscious of Allah as he deserves, and do not die except in a state of worship to Him. May Allah subhanaw taala keep us amongst a motel fleeing those who are conscious of him, working towards his pleasure and allow us to die upon it. Allahumma Amin

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when we look back at the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, no doubt we study, not just the CETA in general with a chronological story, we find there are many lessons and applications that if we were to take them if we were to reflect on them if we were to apply them in modern day scenarios in our individual lives with our homes, are families addressing different causes in society, issues of justice, injustice, issues of spiritual development matters, like the pandemic, how do we live our lives, taking some of the benefits that we find from the authentic hadith and the authentic history about the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and one of the greatest

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areas one of the greatest regions to focus on is the very beginning of prophethood, the very beginning of prophethood. We know that there were several early revelations, we know the story of the first revelation, we'll go into it in sha Allah Tala. But what we want to take from that story today is not the story telling benefits or leisure or entertainment. We want to take some of the lessons of that story and see where we measure up to some of these traits and how we can apply this in a very transformative way inshallah Tada, so we know from Aisha Radi Allahu anha, that also launched sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to paraphrase the authentic hadith. Before he received ye for

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the very first time, he started having good and true dreams. What he used to seen his dreams would manifest in reality, she said, like the clear sunlight, meaning you're so clear that this was exactly what he saw in the dream. This is one of the signs of Prophethood accurate dreams. And there are reasons for that, of course, aside from the fact that this is Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, a characteristic amongst the characteristics of the prophets is their honesty, their integrity, a Sadiq Khan Amin, the honest the trustworthy sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she said and then after a certain point, it started becoming very beloved to him to go and retreat in seclusion

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to hothead, or to meditate alone to reflect, to worship. Now at this point he was worshiping he believed in Allah subhanho wa taala. But the rules of Sharia were not revealed yet, meaning Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of course, was never amongst the people of Qureshi who worship idols or anything like this. He believed in a creator and used to meditate and reflect in a way that he could at the time, salallahu Alaihe Salam, so he would do so out of all the hero and at times, he would leave for three or four days, several days and he would come back for one reason, he would come back to hottie general the Allahu anha, to restock to replenish what he needed of food

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and provisions, and then go back to Lord hit up. So he used to meditate and reflect sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then one day as he was meditating and reflecting, and I want you to imagine this scenario, there's no electricity, there's no technology, you can hear someone coming from far away out in the middle of nowhere. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is sitting in this cave hard head alone.

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Again, no sounds you cannot hear anybody coming in nearby and suddenly something grabs him sallallahu alayhi wasallam something grabs him and a voice says read ikura the very first revelation is called the OMA, the Accra, the OMA reading the OMA re citation, the OMA of knowledge. May Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst those who pursue it. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Man, nobody thought it I am not a reader. And he said, that voice held on to him until he felt like he could not handle it anymore. Like he was running out of breath, and then finally released and said, once again echo the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, man, have you thought it I am

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not a reader, he said the voice held on to him, squeezed him very tight until he could he could bear it no longer and then released him and said ikura for the third time, ma Anna Bukhari I am not a reader. And the voice held on to him, tightly squeezing until he thought he could not bear it anymore and finally released him and said what it called Bismillah Bismillah. The Hala recite read in the Name of your Lord who created created what created all of mankind. Hello Paul insert I mean Allah, the One who created mankind from a clot in Quran read what a book Allah Quran your Lord is the Most Generous, Allah the unnamable column, the one who taught mankind writing by the pen. Allah

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Al Insana, Madam Yaga. I'm the one who gave mankind knowledge of that which he knew not. And one of the the miracles of humanity of human beings, one of the distinctions between human beings and everything else we observe of organisms in this world is that we have the miracle of metacognition, of language, advanced language, civilization, do we think about these blessings that we have from Allah subhanaw taala these things that honor human beings and make us noble amongst the creation and remind us that there's a reason that you're here. This is a purpose for your life. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is in fear, does not know what just happened, and he's running down the

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mountain. This is a long trek, where does he go? SallAllahu ah, they said, look at the real human emotion. This is one of the signs of Prophethood In fact, the way he dealt with Revelation, the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam runs back straight to his family. He runs back to Khadija the Allahu anha. And he enters the house. And he again he ran, he enters the house, perhaps the heart is beating and he's afraid and he says, cover me cover me is amidu and he's a Muni cover me. And he says to her digital, the Aloha Anna after the fear dissipated and disappeared. Eventually he said, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam murli what's wrong with me called Kashi to Allah and FC, I'm worried

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about myself. I'm worried I'm going to be ruined something that just really happened to me. And he tells Khadija all the Aloha everything that happened. He says, I'm worried about myself look at his reaction. Salallahu Alaihe Salam, not knowing what just happened with Djibouti and allihies Saddam had these are all the Aloha as a family members should support and validate and help their loved ones in times of distress and fear. She says color up *. No, no, don't worry. He said quote Haji to Allah and FCM worried about myself, I'm ruined something bad is happening to me. She said no, don't worry. Instead, there's some glad tidings. There's some good news. Think about the positive

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thing, the following things. And she listed that all the Aloha six characteristics of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that if you were to follow, you would notice not a change only in your life. But in all of civilization, in all of society. If we if we lived by only these six characteristics, how does she know all the Allahu anha? Because she said upshifts have like glad tidings and good cheer. How does she know what all the Lohana that's this is not the reality that you're not being disgraced or humiliated, or this is a bad thing. It's because she lived with him for 15 years, but all the Allahu Ana, she supported him when nobody else did. She stood by him, she

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reminded him she was a pillar for him, but all the Allahu Ana, and this is why the prophets, Allah Azza never forgot that. And he mentioned later on in many years after she passed away, his strong love for Hadith and all the Aloha, because of her support when no one else was there, because of her support in times of distress. How do we respond when our loved ones are in distress when your children are in fear? When your spouse, your parents, your siblings are going through a hard time or your family members or community? Some people Subhanallah they automatically become very angry, impatient, what's wrong with you? Why are you so upset? Why are you so afraid? At that moment that a

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person is going through the emotion of fear, the first response of criticizing and being harsh, that's not the prophetic response, first of all, second of all, psychologically does not actually take care of the situation or create a stronger bond, a trust that this person knows that when they're in distress, they can come to you they can open up to you. This is why many children grew up not opening up to their parents, because when they do, they're automatically shut down emotionally. Rather than calming them down, giving them glad news, optimism. Look at the bright side. I'm going to calm me down everything will be okay. And going through it step by step as Khadija de la Hana did

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with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam people don't forget that loved ones don't forget that. May Allah subhanaw taala make us love

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and supporting to our loved ones alone that I mean, color of shirt. What are the six things she mentioned to Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam with each of these six ask yourself shallow to Allah remind yourself to reflect how much am I perfecting this characteristic number one, she said in Nikola Tesla when you fulfill and uphold the ties of family in Nikola Tesla when you uphold the ties of family family is so important to you. And subhanAllah when is this more important for us for humanity to consider and reflect on than the 21st century in many Western nations, when we see according to trends in sociology and psychology, the extreme individualism of people liquid looking

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at and reflecting only on their own goals that we are two separate people, the Son and the parents of the daughter and the parent. And the reality is this individualism is actually destroying society, people are pursuing their own desires. This is part of liberalism, their own utilitarian pleasures and joy and expression, forgetting about family ties, forgetting about their parents forgetting about their community members. In Nicola tossin Rahim the one who upholds the ties of family is upholding the ties of a nation the one who upholds the ties of family even when it's difficult, even when they cut you off. Because Selena told Rahim is not only for you to be connected

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to the family member, the relative the uncle, the aunt, the cousin, who's also on good terms with you. That's the easy part. Sinatra Rahim according to an authentic hadith is when they cut you off, you're still connected to them. When they cut you off and they insult you. You are kind to them. You Don't stoop to a low level. Why? Because they are not your teachers of Scylla to Rahim, your teachers Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam slow to run especially when it's difficult. May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to uphold the ties of family and to perfect our relationships as much as possible. Allama Amin so number one in

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number two she said what US local Hadith You always speak the truth. Yeah, you are Latina. I'm an otaku law are you believe be mindful of Allah, Be conscious of Allah wa Kulu Masada clean and be amongst those who speak the truth? Those who are always upon sit with Allah subhanaw taala in public and in private, with people and with the Creator? What does it mean to always be upon the truth one of the signs of Prophethood the messengers, generally speaking, is that they were always people of truth. And so someone might reflect on a very different question. Why were specific people chosen to be prophets and messengers? This is a very long discussion in theology. And one of the interesting

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things to reflect on is who they were their characteristics before they received revelation. Are we amongst those who are always telling the truth Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his nickname amongst the people of Quraysh in Mecca was a Saudi apollomon you don't get a nickname of being the honest person, the trustworthy person, unless you've always been honest, unless you've always been trustworthy. And we reflect today on the spread of false information and the increase in lies in society and how that destroys society morally speaking, it destroys relationships, and TV shows and movies and even the media at large at times, will normalize will normalize and even sometimes what

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will form will portray it as though it's encouraged for someone to be a con man, for someone to be cool. They're always conning people lying to people, a pathological liar. We've seen many politicians like this in the US and around the world. What happens to society when people are constantly lying? May Allah protect us? Lying is a major sin in Islam. It's not a minor thing. And oftentimes when it becomes normal, we forget May Allah protect us and keep us amongst a Saudi clean that no matter what you're always a person of truth. What happens when you're when you're a person of truth, you will start to see true dreams as well. The one who is always honest with Allah

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subhanaw taala and the creation will find themselves inclining towards more and more of the filter, as well as the increase in Eman. May Allah subhanaw taala protect us from any kind of deception or lying Aloma, Amin will toss local Hadith number three, what Samuel can, she said you always carry the burdens of other people. We're living in a times in which because we're connected with the entire world due to the internet, we're aware of many burdens, you're aware of the burdens of people living in other lands and aware of the burdens in the United States of America. You're aware of discrimination in different places you're aware of systemic oppression and racism in the US against

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the black community, against minorities against Muslims against a number of people in society are aware of the social and justices and inequalities we're aware. It's not a matter of awareness. This is one part of it. And by now, I hope and I pray that we're all aware of what's happening around us because this is important to us to resolve these issues to overcome oppression. This is part of your obligation as a Muslim, especially in America. May Allah subhanaw taala utilize all of us for that alumna Amin. And so what touched me don't carry you carry the burdens of other people means that the one who is neglected the one who is going through a hard time, the one who opens up to you, your own

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family member of the community to remember that person online who's struggling, that you're also partaking in their burden, trying to help them in some way, even if it is only to listen to them, even if it's only to lend an ear to someone because often

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sometimes what people struggle with, especially with the pandemic Subhanallah is the feeling of isolation, the feeling of loneliness being completely caught off and thinking that nobody can relate to them or that nobody cares about them. And subhanAllah there have been many people who have taken their own lives have taken their own lives, because the people around them did not to care about their burden. May Allah subhanaw taala utilize all of us to support one another, and to lend our ears to one another and our time and our efforts to volunteer and support one another. In fact, this is more beloved to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam than spending an entire month in ER T

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calf in his masjid, to carry the burden of your brother and your sister to fulfill their needs may also apparently allow us to do so what's number three? Number four, what extra will doom you always take care of the one who is is not able to take care of themselves. We find in society, many people who are neglected in different ways. These two, three and four are very similar. But essentially you're looking for the opportunity to help someone without coming up with excuses. One of our problems may Allah forgive us is that when people are struggling at times, a person who does not want to help will come up with a reason not to help and they will try to justify it why

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psychologically so that we don't feel bad? That person who's begging for money on the traffic like, Oh, he's probably buying drugs or alcohol? How do you know that? How do you know that? And is that your business? Your responsibility, as long as you don't know, obviously, they're buying something wrong with it. Your responsibility to give the soda to support, you don't know what they're going to do with it. It's not clear to you and Allah was still rewarding for the sadaqa Allah Subhana Allah will still bless you for doing the right thing. Take care of the burdens of other people without coming up with excuses all the time. May Allah protect us and forgive us? I'm not referring to a

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specific case here. I'm not referring to someone who's clearly buying something wrong with it. I'm referring to the general scenarios in life. Someone calls you contacts you ask you for help. Before you come up with an excuse, find a reason find an excuse to help them may Allah subhanaw taala utilize all of us Allama Amin, what's our creed Bife number five, you take care of your guests you're very hospitable. You're very welcoming Charla after the pandemic as well when things gets better and we have the opportunity to to host one another more often. This is something that is actually disappearing in many societies in many Western nations welcoming of the guest or even

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having guests in general. May Allah subhanaw taala make us welcoming to one another not only in the homes, but even in the massage that the one who comes to the masjid and you don't recognize that brother or she's not recognized to the sisters that you welcome them say salaam to them at the very least say salaam to them. How are you welcome. You're welcome them and mention your name. Introduce yourself, oftentimes, and this is why the Prophet sallallahu advises to give Salam to the one you know and the one you don't know. Oftentimes someone comes to the masjid for the very first time in years, or they just wanted to repent for the first time in years. And then maybe they're not dressed

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right? Maybe they don't know. Maybe she doesn't know any better. Maybe it's a new Muslim. Maybe they're struggling with something you don't know their story. They come to the masjid and someone says something, someone gives them a dirty look, someone pushes them away. Someone ignores their Salam. May Allah protect us and forgive us when people come to the masjid and the events online as well that we are welcoming and supporting to one another. May Allah subhanaw taala open our hearts and unite between our hearts Allah Allah Allah Ameen. And finally, number six, what to renew Allah and Allah, it will help and you are always upholding the cause of truth, the cause of justice,

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you're always supporting it does not matter who's on the other side, where the truth is, you're there. When people were struggling, when there was conflict in Mecca, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is always on the side of truth, son about the side of your family, your ethnicity, your language, you're on the side of truth, and you bring other people to the truth as well, especially if you love them. And so as people of truth, pursuing truth and exemplifying truth and bringing others to truth, when you see problems in the US and around the world, when you see any of these struggles in these hardships, online and offline, as well, where we have platforms to speak and address, and take care

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of these situations, that we are upholding the cause of truth, not the cause of my emotions, my biases a nation state, no, we are on the side of truth. The Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam was always supporting people upon the truth, even if the one who was being supported was the one who was looked down at most in society. And in fact, this is a sign of a real prophet and messenger. This is a sign of authenticity. This is a sign that you are an authentic person, that you're not superficial, where you're standing only with people who have certain degrees or certain wealth, or certain jobs are only in a certain place, I don't want to be seen with certain people know, the one

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who's genuinely upon the truth, a legitimate person in their personality and their honesty is always supporting whomever may be, basically dealing with injustice, oppressed, violated in some way, you're always supporting their cause. And there are many causes. We're living now at hamdulillah in a times in which we have many opportunities, and yet we don't take advantage of these opportunities. We're living now, especially during this month, in many places, it's very important to reflect on Black History Month and so on and so forth with all of the injustice is perhaps for a future hardware, insha Allah Allah. But when we reflect on this one example of many examples, we can ask

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ourselves, what do we do as muslims? What do we do when it comes to the cause of truth? What do we

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Same when it comes to the cause of, for example, Palestinians or the Oilers in East Turkistan, who are being oppressed and violated with systemic oppression, systemic rape, may Allah subhanaw taala protect them, may Allah Allah alleviate their affairs, may Allah subhanaw taala bring a swift punishment upon those who are attacking and violating the rights of other people. And may Allah subhanaw taala utilize all of us to support the causes of those who are oppressed regardless of where they are or what their background is, along the Amin brothers and sisters, these six characteristics were not after prophethood these were even before the revelation before it Quran.

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And so when we reflect on the six we say mi a person who is going to be blessed by Allah subhanaw taala with some blessing of a mission of Dawa in some way to help some people to do something great beyond just my current goals. Am I fulfilling at least these six characteristics? Am I fulfilling at least these six characteristics once again, to uphold the ties of family? May Allah subhanaw taala unite between our hearts fix a relationship that needs fixing before that person or before you depart from this world? Number two will testicle Hadith you're always speaking the truth online and offline. You're never a person of lies. You're never a person of deception. Number three, what a

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miracle that you're always caring and taking care of the burdens of other people you're helping others as well. What taxi wouldn't do them you're taking care of those who cannot take care of themselves in society, what's happening in life number five, you are welcoming to your guests again with your home and with events and massage and and so on and so forth. Once you are in or out an hour, it will help you are always upholding the cause of truth and the cause of justice. May Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst those who fulfill these characteristics and allow us to benefit from these reminders. May Allah subhanaw taala guide us and guide other other people through us and

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forgive us for all of our sins, the past, present and future. The scenes that are major the scenes that are minor the scenes that are public the scenes that are private, the scenes that we remember and the scenes that we forgot a call you've probably heard I was talking about do you want to confess stuff you know in the Hall of Fame?

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hamdu lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah while earlier he was talking with a woman who Allah may Allah subhanaw taala make us for monks those who benefit from what we hear, and may Allah subhanaw taala keep us in good faith and good health during these times. And grant Shiva to those who seek she thought to those who seek healing and Maelstrom how to heal our hearts and our communities and our families and relationships as well and guide us back to that which is most pleasing to Him. Aloma Amin, brothers and sisters, the earliest of Revelations we know of Quran surah, two in more depth as well. Yeah, you went with that field. And it was amongst the first

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revelations as well as certain Muslim men. Yeah, you had Muslim men, or you who's covered in garments or you was covered in clothes for me, Leila Illa Paulina, stand for the night prayer, even if it's very little, except for very little. And it's important to reflect here on the context of the revelation, how much was the prophet slicin commanded to pray during the night and the Sahaba who were there from the very beginning of Islam news for who half of it I will postman who Khalida was a de la hora to Khurana Tina prayed the entire night, except for a little half of the nights meaning a little more or less depending on what your stamina, your ability, so there is flexibility

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given to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam but approximately half the night in clear Malay standing for half the night in prayer. The first training that was given to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with his mission, the training program that's given from Allah subhanaw taala to his creation, to the greatest of creation, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stand for the night prayer, he shall not be alone on her report it clear Milady was wajib for the entire first year after this revelation, the Sahaba as well they would pray for Yama laid for the entire first year. Now the five prayers had not fully been obligated yet, meaning there were two prayers later on

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developed into five during this slot when there are large. But what's important to reflect on here is what people pay billions of dollars in America and around the world every year for different training programs, diet programs, for different regimens, p90x and so on and so forth. People pay a lot of money for these things. And I'm not saying that anything here is necessarily bad. Allah Subhan Allah gives us a training program that if you want to take this, it's priceless. If you want to take this and develop yourself to the highest standard and see the earliest of Sahaba why they were so strong with all that they went through. You see the here It begins with a strong will and

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perseverance to let go of worldly comfort and to stand privately between you and Allah subhanaw taala to develop a relationship that is built upon certain sincerity between you and Allah that nobody else is aware about, that you stand for the night prayer. And I'm not saying here it's an obligation, but Cleon will lead as the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, is the best and most beloved prayer to Allah after the obligatory prayers. And at the very least brothers and sisters, before you sleep at the very least pray two or four or eight times with your witted prayer or when you wake up at night aim to do that. So that

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There's the higher level of training. If you want to get to the next level of your personality, your potential, your development, your blessings, the forgiveness of Allah, and all worldly things as well that we are not pursuing will open up for you the pursuit of training with Allah subhanaw taala a private communication. If you love Allah subhanaw taala you want to increase that bond, that communication and there's no greater time than during the night when the rest of the world is disconnected from your personal life, especially due to the internet Subhanallah and in addition to this water, Tyrion Khurana Tata utilize it to recite the speech of Allah subhanaw taala the prayer

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the standing the disconnect from your bed, the disconnect from worldly comforts, that forsaking of the bed is mentioned the Quran as well. Tata Jatha, Jr, boom and in my body, you're the ruler of Bonhoeffer and what am I? What are the models of now I'm going to feel when these righteous people, those who train themselves properly, you want to be strong, then let go of your bed for certain part of the night let go of the bed and worship Allah with hope and with fear with a balance of the two and from what ALLAH blessed you with that spend in his cause. And then the Prophet and then Allah Subhana Allah tells us what Fela talamona from Allah whom your karate I don't know soul knows what

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is hidden for them of a blessing meaning the coolness of the eyes Jezza and be my colonel Yama Loon, this is the reward of Jana. May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to develop ourselves and to be trained with a training program given to Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in the early companions. May Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst those who pray during the night at least begin with a short habit a small habit something light for you and your family and try to increase it from there before the month of Ramadan comes. May Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst those who take care of our affairs and take care of our families and take care of the private opportunities we have with Allah subhanaw

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taala and may Allah subhanaw taala utilize all of us and our loved ones to reform society for the better alumna Amin Aloma fit anymore meaning I wouldn't want me not while Muslim in one Muslim out. Well, um, what Allahumma 31 Idina? What do you want ed while Idina Allahumma Ya more politically will be one of saw a bit Kulu banana Denecke Allama Medina What have you been our Jana suburban lemony Tada Allah Moroccan alHuda what to call alpha one Alina Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Nabina Muhammad and Phil Awadhi in waffle theory in Warfield manner in Yomi. Deen, Allah one sort of Islam or isn't Muslimeen Allahu Montessori Muslimeen and Musto Dafina V Colima con V Colima,

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