Advice to a Friend #08 – Honesty

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Hold on a stain on a stock photo. When I overlay misura fusino ci cha Marina de la la de la la mejor de la Chateau La ilaha illallah wa la sharika watch how do I know Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa Earnie he was, he was seldom at the Sleeman kitsilano Yama Deen Muhammad the eighth lesson from the book recite it.

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Even though I am in a hurry to recite everything, Josie Ada had the honey, a letter written by Evan will pay him as advice to one of his friends. And inshallah today we're going to continue with with what I am calls the six. Misha, what are those six things, those six elements that we need,

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that need to be combined, in order for us to reach that level where salaat becomes kurata Li, where becomes the joy of your eye where it becomes more than just that you love it, but that you actually enjoy it, and that you find your delight in the salaat All right.

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So we stopped on page a What's that? 44 right. Okay, we made it to page 44 before we start reading anything, no.

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We finished page 43. inshallah,

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before we start anything, no, we got to get the juices flowing. And today it's especially important tonight to get the juices flowing because Mashallah some of you have been with us since 1015. This morning.

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So what was that like? Not our strong now my schelotto monticola seriously, review mentioned at least at least one Heidi, that indicates the importance of perfecting so that anybody that was asleep on how they learned Dr. Tom has given us that energy is Hello. Hey, Ron. All right. So

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one Hadeeth that indicates the importance of perfecting Salah

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pray, and he would get written

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test, one test. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam mentioned that a person would, you know, exit his salon leave his salon. And the only thing that was written for him was a 10th of the salon and ninth of his salon an eighth all the way down to to a half. And it probably didn't even mention what the entire salon. Some of the scholars have said, because that's actually rare that a person is written for him the entire salon. It's not impossible, but it but it's rare. All right, so striving to perfect the salon, because the amount that is written for you,

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either the entire salon or third or half or so forth. That's going to be based on your perfection of of the sign.

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Anybody else got another Hadith?

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That was exactly the next one I wanted to mention. Was that the first thing that you will be judged on from your actions or your pm is the supply? Is the slot the installer had and if his supply is correct, and it is solid, not righteous like we normally train. No, me they just salaat is correct. You've done it properly. All right, for

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that this person is saved for F Lucha when Elijah and this person is successful and has attained salvation, based on what? On a solid resource solid? And if it's not, if it's not correct, then this person has hobbled or has it. This person is as lost. He's a loser. All right. Now.

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As we The question is about fleeting thoughts that come in the salaat. So we've mentioned this on in different contexts or in when studying other things, but the fleeting thought usually is not something that you have much control over. What you do have control over is whether you entertain it. So the entertaining of that fleeting thought is something that will definitely take away from from the reward of the salaat All right.

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And the entertainment is like okay, entertaining that thought means that something just came

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To your mind and then you started then you intentionally you know you actively started thinking about it and perhaps even developed an entire plan

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you know based on based on whatever that initial thought was and the man can sell them out and you don't even remember anything

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like what did he recite how many rock hats did he pray could have prayed 573 would have all been the same because you were that busy you know in your head with the fleeting thought again usually is not something you have much control over seven oh km Rahim Allah tada mentions in

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Antartica, he will attain

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that the the apostle st karma, right, the very foundation of being upright of you achieving uprightness and being righteous is controlling your thoughts.

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Once you learn how to control your thoughts, you will be as long as you're attempting to control them in a way that is pleasing. So lots of hands on, you'll be upright.

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Because every single evil action starts with a one, what's the thought, so you can kill it? while it's still a thought then it will never become an action.

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Fight. Next question.

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You mentioned that standing in front of the law in the next life corresponds with something in this slide explained.

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Okay, so if you're standing in this life is right, that you're standing in front of a lot of hands either on your piano, it will be right. What does that mean standing in this line as a standard as opposed to laying down?

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Okay, all right, you're standing for salon. So the better you do in this life in terms of your Salah, the easier your standing will be in front of a lost parents out. So again, understanding this and the importance of solide. Because your life literally depends on your real life in the hereafter. Well, in a theater here, I'll hire one. And the next life is the real life, though, can we add them on if they only knew. So, again, your real life depends on

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your saliva. I mean, that's why this is this is not something to take lightly, is why. And it's phenomenal that even Okay, Rahim Allah and this advice that he's given to his friend, and this is sincere advice he's spending this time on Look, this is how you perfect your salon.

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Because if you can get to that point where your salon is good, you're good. You're going to taste this, you're going to taste the sweetness in this life that you're not going to take anywhere else outside of that salon, because that's that connection. And you're going to get that in salon, and you may not get it every time but inshallah you'll get it more times than that, because you're striving in that path. And then, and then the next slide will have to relearn, you'll find that ease from a loss of habitat and because of the effort that you put forth in this life, and because of lost friends that has guided you to play

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football. Next, what is the first matter needed for Scylla to become to become the joy of your eyes. So it was the first thing that I am mentioned, and this is what we covered last week. And it allows us last, right? Because if you think about it, if you're standing for any other reason than to please a loss of hands added there's no way you're going to enjoy it. Because the only way you can enjoy it is when a larger job becomes your sole focus. Otherwise when your heart is scattered and it's all over the place, then you're all over the place as no one no enjoyment in it. Right when you make Allah Subhana Allah the sole object of your worship and in this case your salon then that is

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that first step that is necessary for salon to become quote what I mean like and the joy of your man.

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What is

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the joy of UI again, that's not something that we say in English that's not like an English terminology. So that is why I keep saying quote to enjoy in English but if you think about it, we say for example, if you hear something that's that you like they said as what not to say pleasing to the ears. That's the that's the Muslim version. As music to your ears, right? They say music to you.

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music to your ears. So

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The muscle version is pleased and it is but it's, it's they, they would in English we say that as idiomatic phrases it's music to your ears even though it's there's no music, right? It's just something that you that you enjoy. So likewise when we say joy to the I mean this is kind of like the same kind of idiomatic phrase even though we don't really have that they say beauty to your eye and that type of thing. But just so that we understand what we're getting at when we say portraits and again to repeat what does quarter attain me

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you know, we translated as joy of your eye what does that really mean?

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contentment knows a little different this a little more than contentment.

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Okay, peace, keep going. tranquillity What do we say Cora meant?

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Remember?

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So, so two things from from either, and this is why sometimes you see to translate is coolness of Yeah, right. Because it can come from a word this route is in something that brings coolness as opposed to heat, because they even though this is not literal, they say that that I that the tears of, of hosen or sadness, tears of sorrow are hot in tears of joy are are cool. Now. In reality, they the same temperature, right and reality. They're the same temperature. But that's that's the way they say it. So it's, it's cool. The tears have come because of what? Because of pleasure and joy. Right? So that's quarterback Tang, you enjoy it so much that it made you it made you cry from

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enjoyment. Right. And also it can be from El kharar, which is something that is established. So it doesn't there's sukoon I think you said calmness and still because your eyes not wandering. It loves that thing right there. So it doesn't look left and right. And so that is also with the word quarterback dying means nasty.

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No doubt, right? But, but that could tear up for different reasons, right? It could tear up because you're so happy it made you cry. And it gets here up because you're sad and it made you cry. Or somebody could just be chopping onions.

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That's physical, right? That's not

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say further, what is the definition of a gloss? Who will be the first to be judged on the Day of Resurrection type? So what is the definition of a class? sincerity? What linguistically What does it come from now? Before we get to sincerity for Allah?

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purity, right? purity, the process of purification is is what is what we talked about when we are is what the word EClass means alasa to purify something. So when we say sincerity, we're actually talking about intention now, right? Because you're purifying your intention for a loss of Hannah, who was Anna and Eliza gel in the Quran talks about Lebanon, Holly saw, right Lebanon holliston which is what pure milk even though it has come from what baina demin wolfforth, even though it has come between blood and excrement, so you know, whatever, it's the digestive food actually. Right. So, but the reason why this is this is so phenomenal is because when you think about a class and in

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for your actions to be pure, they have to come through a whole lot of other things, other distractions, other distractions, okay, such as react exactly, such as react and other distractions. Right. So, in so there's a process that goes in, again, if class is interesting, I'm just saying from its etymology, because we talk about the form efile or us Lhasa, right? That that implies that there's the the transfer of action. In other words, there's some action going on here. It just means that you are you are purifying, you're purifying. So there's, you're actively making this for Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I just think that that's an important point to kind of look at because a

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class shouldn't be seen as something that you just have. Right?

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Or that you, you understand, it has to show that it's

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In that you're working for, you actually are purifying something not just that you have a class who will be the first to be judged on the Day of Resurrection according to that, have you ever heard I don't know the allowed time and when some narrations say the first it will be used as fuel for the fire. three categories of people, huh?

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Yeah.

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Okay type foot it started out right as a as a martyr. Well, he looked like, right, it looked like he was a martyr. And but he did, what he fought for what purpose to be said that he was brave and courageous and so forth. Right, what key? And it was said, All right. Well, it didn't benefit him at all. And the schmo? Yeah, the one who learned the Koran, and who learned knowledge and he taught and he did it for what purpose

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so that people can say that he was a Scalia was a great recite of core I write well cut clear, and it was said

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and then the third

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write the one was a fluent last fantastic giving them wealth. And Eliza Joe says, What did you do with it with the favorites that I gave you? And he said, I wasn't a path that I left except that I use the wealth that you gave me for your pleasure, because that you like you did, so that people will say you were generous.

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there for a reason. It was said

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a long time. Our questions for today she knew what is the difference between sit down and clause? Explain your answer using textual evidence.

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Number two, why is emulating trying to copy the Prophet so long ago and he was seven and important factor for sola becoming the joy of your I? Three? What is the relationship between honoring the companions? And the

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four? What are some of the steps? What are some of the steps needed to attain the level of dance in your soul? Hi, hamdulillah. All right. So just so that we just to recap, real quick, we are on our eighth lesson. Today is Sunday, the first of November

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2020. And we are going to be covering the third and fourth steps. And we're going to also cover it simply because we didn't get that last week and shall also we're going to cover setup, and compliance and adherence when metabo.

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And then the BRT is Salatu was Sudan, and the fourth which is a San Juan Morocco.

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And just to recap, these are the six steps. As mentioned in Arabic, we covered number one, which is a class and today we're going to talk about two, three and four, which is a citko. And we're going to talk about metabolically that we're going to talk about word and maraca in the LA heat and those six steps are necessary in order for sunlight to become your correlate a similar type step to

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Makita which is page 44. Yeah, chapter six second element, truthfulness as

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a person should empty his heart out from everything of this worldly life. So, it comes dedicated to a war alone while praying. So, one can endeavor try to be attentive performs in the best manner outwardly and inwardly. This is because the salon has two aspects and apparent aspect of war here. And the hidden aspect, bad thing. The former wall here is the visible action at Amazon

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and audible, you can hear the statements I left while Ms. Mu while the latter batch in the hidden aspect is the vigilance mo da Papa Papa law and attentiveness as a short while keeping the heart fully dedicated to him and not distracted by anything or anyone else.

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No, that's good.

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law so

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when we talk about a civil he says he says that this element here is what he's called a cynical one knows who has said that one knows and not and not sales like what

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like NASA had and we say What?

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You give somebody? No see ha okay.

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Alright, let us try to understand this just a little bit because understanding these terms, this terminology is going to help with the understanding where he's going with this. Okay?

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acidic means truthfulness. And no means what?

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What does not mean?

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What's there for you by the way, you can see

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fidelity. Okay?

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Let's go back fidelity.

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Most of the time when you hear this word used in the English language, they add a prefix on it in Okay, what does infidelity me?

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cheating? Right? So, but not okay, cheating what though? Because like if you looked at somebody's paper on a test, right, or you looked up at their to try to find out what necess means and looked up and they said, is that? Is that what you mean? When we say cheating? What type of cheating are we talking about?

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Ah, so, no, no. infidelity is what? Not having? Not being faithful. Right. So then fidelity, right, you're not being faithful to someone or to some relationship if you if there's infidelity, right. So fidelity means what?

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being faithful to something being truthful to it. Okay. Let's unpack that a little bit more. So, if I'm talking about truthfulness, said in my salon, okay.

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And I'm talking about being true to the action of salaat. That's a little bit different than in class. And I'll tell you why. In class, it's for loss of habitat is nothing any body else or anything else? Right? Does that mean I'm attentive throughout the salaat?

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Not necessarily, but it doesn't mean it's for anybody else either. You still did it for a lot. You stood up for like so long, and it was for lost parents. Right? But, you know, you went on a business trip, you bought you sold, and you came back. And you know, the teslin it wasn't for anybody else. But it also lacked siddik it lacked truthfulness. Why? Because you said Allahu Akbar, and then something else was agbar.

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Right?

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You said Suppan, or B allow VMs to handle a bill and you didn't even realize what you were saying. Right? So so there's a lack. It's that that is Kevin, in that sense. But there's also a lack of really being true, because being true means that the inner

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corresponds to the outer that they that they become the same, right? There's more alphabets. Albertson With that said,

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Would you say, has to be well, there has to be the reality. That's one part of it. And then the fidelity part, okay? And notice being true to something being faithful to something. If you're being faithful to the Select, there's nothing else that you're worried about. And that's why when a client starts off, when he talks about says, He says, emptying your heart of everything else, worldly matters, and really, for that matter, being matters.

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Like, if it's solid time, and you're at the Kaaba, you're not thinking about as soon as the salon is over, I'm gonna make two off. As soon as the salon is over, I'm going to be the first one to the black stone, so that I can kiss

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No, no, because I'm sure okay.

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So, so being being having that civic in Norse means what? That your total focus is the Salah, and nothing else at all, Dean or dunya. Dean or dunya. Right. So when you stand for Salah, that's it, that's the only thing that matters, and that's called tauheed iraida. Okay, whereas a class is tawheed Elmo, right. So, so a class or that that purity of intention, right? Is that the one whom you're serving? Hmm. You have singled him out.

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Whereas to handle irata you have single your will out for salon. You will nothing else at this time. You want nothing else at this time other than select Clear

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So that's the second one, and that I'm only spending this kind of time on it because if you just read it by yourself to be quite frank with you if you just read these two vices very difficult to distinguish what's the difference between the first one and the second one, but inshallah hopefully it's clear now.

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So if you were to put it in your own words how would you

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How would you say what's the difference between the first which is purity of intention and the second which is truthfulness and fidelity? Okay, go ahead.

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Okay, so the second is exclusive devotion and the first

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is exclusive intention. Okay, Rishi

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Okay, so the first one is I'm being true

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in who I'm worshiping. And in the in the second one is I'm being true in the act of worship itself. So I am being intimate in the salon.

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All right, so I'm gonna stop you there. Because I don't want you to get confused on that one. Um, you can worship Allah Subhana Allah because you want genda and that doesn't take away anything from from the worship. And the reason why is this because Allah is the only one that can give you agenda. And Allah is the one that told you if you do these things that you will get genda so he encourages us because He created us and he knows that we have people that motivated by, by certain things that were motivated by wanting compensation right?

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Now, so it's a little different, is a little different.

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Because here The difference is there is no worldly reason why you're doing these things, right? The agenda is otherworldly is from the unseen and the only way you could want genda is that you believe in Allah. As you believe in the unseen it's not it's not something that's tangible is not in front of you, you've never experienced it.

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No, that's fine.

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Even door salon making do it for yourself and your family and prosperity for yourself. Because, because do I as the peroxisome said do is a bed, okay? Do I is worship doing that in your salon, because you know that the closest you are to a las pantallas Institute, that's part of your worship, that's part of making salon. That's part of the intimacy of the salon. Right? Me really dedicating yourself to the salon, because that's what makes a lot different. Even for you and, and what you don't want ever, when you when you want to experience the sweetness of something is that it's the routine, right. So when your saliva is varied, I mean even look at even look at your silhouette. The

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first one is to recognize I mean, if you start with budget, then is four, and then is four again, but then is three and then is four, even a salon itself is is changing somewhat. And then what you do in the salon changes and the profit side is something that he used to recite, for example, in the word longer than he would recite, and so on to Lhasa. So this is a difference. And breaking that routine is what is what also allows for constant better concentration. Otherwise,

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as you know, with almost anything you do once it becomes routine, you don't have to concentrate anymore.

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It's even like

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truck, driving home, driving home and you drive the same roads. And

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after a while you are not really actually thinking about what you're doing. You're just doing it and then you're on the phone. And a lot of those bus what else you might be doing texting and all types of things. But if you were driving somewhere where you had never gone before, you have to follow GPS or something. Is it the same way? Like there's a whole different attentiveness that is going on in the in the when you dry?

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mesh? I just I just wanted us to get that. Yeah.

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So that is the reason why you're praying.

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Right? The reason why you're praying that's a class tell you meaning what you say in the prayer, meaning what you say in the prayer since that's good, that's good. Okay, now, all of that all of that comes into play.

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Again, if you if you just master here tauheed, a Mossad with tauheed and irata, right? In other words, singling out who you're doing it for. That's what a class is. What so he then you're either which is exclusivity in devotion freeing yourself for that act of worship. That's, that's what simply is, and in no

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time so to kind of sum up what Higham has said so far

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you're acidic is when you empty out your heart from everything else except for the salaat plus I'm focusing on saliva and saliva low. So making do iron and select That's good. That's fine. Making do it for yourself, for your family for the good of this life and the good of the next In fact, do either the Prophet idea salatu salam made the most Institute according to NSF ematic Lee Alexander and who was Robin as you never doing your Hashanah, and some narrations allama attina Jr. Hasn't because it's not he's not reading the Quran. Right? He's making

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a total effort but he hasn't okay never know robina at that Feat. Dunya Hashanah. So you asked him for good in this life. And the good of this life includes you know, good for your family and you know, that you that you have the means that you need to take care of them and take care of yourself and not have to ask others and so forth. Now, the second thing is that he strives his utmost and turning to Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna and focusing during the, during the prayer, right? Because he knows that when he faces Allah subhana wa tada in his salon, he is standing in front of a larger ledger. Okay, so a person strives for this, and that shows his truthfulness. And third is that he

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performs in the best manner performs the salon in the best manner, both outwardly and inwardly, both outwardly and inwardly. Outwardly, we're going to talk about and step three, right? This is referring to inwardly having that attentiveness of the heart that who, sure, and you're solid, as you can see at the bottom says, is the conformity of what the inner to the outer, so when you say Allahu Akbar, inside you feel like Allahu Akbar.

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And you act like Allahu Akbar. So you everything else takes a backseat, because whatever it might be, Allahu Akbar.

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hamdulillah faba

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the former is like the station of the bomb, Mandela, he will former here what's what is he is the apparent the outward, as brought him right, okay, good.

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While the latter is like, is like the station of the soul is like the station of the soul mandatary.

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Therefore, if the soul is absent, then the Salah becomes like a body without a soul, and the servant must be ashamed of himself, for meeting his master in such a state. Yet, let that sink in for many let that sink in, being ashamed

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to stand in front of Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And really just pretend to pray.

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Right?

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I mean, isn't that what's happening? If you are not really in it?

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It doesn't mean that that's an excuse. Like, if you

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mean, somebody might come and say, Well, since I'm not really feeling it right now, I'm just not going to pray. Because I'm ashamed to stand in front of a lot. No, we really should be ashamed to leave office a lot when he has commanded you to pray. And you should strive therefore to make sure that you're

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that you're in it. And if you if there's some deficiency in that, that's not like the deficiency of leaving off the prayer. All right. Can you give us some suggestions? We find these things in us.

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So So I did, I actually did three bars here, maybe more on on for sure. And inshallah, maybe at the end of the reseller, I'll combine the salient points from the cookbook, inshallah, and make it like a separate lecture.

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module

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allows that.

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Now, so, so the idea is, but but just let that sink in, you know, what does that really mean to feel ashamed to know that Allah subhanaw taala knows what's inside of you.

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And yet you stand there as a humble servant, but not really humble

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and not really into it.

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Right. So that also should push us to say, wait a minute, when you feel ashamed about something, what do you normally do? You change it, you make it better. Right? So try to like think about that make it better not further.

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Change.

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Right?

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No, no, no, that's not wrong. That's not wrong and you'll see that the profit ideas select to Sadam again. Like NSF ematic said they divided the province it sent me the most in his suit was Robin, it never has an overlap. But he has an Okinawa No, that's something that he would say frequently in his suit. There's nothing wrong with that. Right? The issue is this. If it becomes a habit that you say some handled up being added three times, and then you say another day, right? And you never say anything different, then chances are that has become a routine and you're not thinking about it as much. Which is why for example when you start off your salons, so Hannah, will you say when you when

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you say a log book, so Hannah Coloma hamburgers, Chateau de la land

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What's about a customer? What's either just do what I wrote but if you switch that up every once in a while a llama bag beanie will be Natalia coming back to being a Mr. Dewan mother, or you use a different dryer. Like for example, when you start your PM, and you say alarm, you know, and you can't you know, it's walking to the end and you say different things when you start your salon. Then immediately immediately your salon is a thinking.

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salon.

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Yeah, even a recording studio.

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Every position. I mean, there's certain things that a standard a low equity, you have to say. So total fatty how you have to read. Okay, and then after that there's, there's various things that can be said no.

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That Yeah, that the action the salon itself becomes a routine meaning you pray it at routinely. And you have to Yes, that's the five dailies a lot before we talk about a tangible winter, what I'm talking about is what you say in the salon, what you say can be different.

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No, I mean, these are things that help with with who you are along along with really understanding what you're saying, which is another very important aspect that helps with short, tight finishing so we can This is why the salon is empty and the soul is rolled up like our garment is rolled up. Then it smashes the face of the one braid and says, Man law waste you just like wasted me now and by Yara cola command the attorney and he may Allah neglect you as you have neglected me, but this base is based on a weak, heady

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sleep because these are these are from the affairs of the unseen, right? So at the end of the day, nobody can talk about the unseen without without revelation, you have to have revelation from Allah, or from the statement of the Prophet it has a lot to say. And this is based on a hadith

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so called a BA yakka Lacan made by yaks any male or neglect you as you have neglected me. This is this is not an authentic Howdy. Even though it does come from two different campaigns both of them are extremely the Hadeeth themselves are extremely weak. As for the salon whose hidden and apparent aspects are perfected and completed, it rises up above with a light that is shining bright as the sunlight until it is presented to a law. He then accepts it the slides and says to the one pray that may Allah preserve you just as how you preserved me. Yeah, again, this is the same Heidi This is just an extension of the same Heidi, and Heidi This is not authentic. There are other ahaadeeth

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however, that indicate the importance of preserving the Salah as the Prophet it is salatu salam said and half of it hidden and whoever preserves them, then he will have a better hand and a note on your hand on your metal piano he will have light and he will have proof on normal piano that the Salawat will be his light Salawat will be as proof and whoever does not garden then he will be raised with qaboun will have a man with your own now and the likes of nylon Stan obey Him and the privacy Samson mentioned those four columns

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Around obey even Khalid who's waving Hello.

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So that was the only man that the Prophet is allowed to sit and they were

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killed. So only man in the privacy zone killed and that was in battle. Obviously we're not talking about some one time. Violence No.

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Yes, garden garden, your prayers, he comments a salon. When we have the idea it means that they are praying on praying on time, every time and that you strive to do what we're talking about right now.

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And in scribing, Allah Subhana Allah, Allah Subhana Allah does not require from us perfection because He created us imperfect. He's not going to require something from us that we are incapable of. But what allows was a does require from us and this is the state that you want to die in is a state of improvement that you are as you are moving towards what is better.

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Even if you don't reach it, you have a goal and you are striving towards that perfection is striving towards that which is pleasing to Allah subhana wa Tada. That is a state that is pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala and seeking His forgiveness for your shortcomings. And again, this is important for all of us because

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knowing that you're not going to reach perfection, but then also not making Toba for your shortcomings is a shortcoming in and of itself. Right. In other words, if you're striving for perfection,

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and you're seeking Toba and you're seeking the forgiveness from a loss of hemmens Allah for your shortcomings then this is this is the best thing right but a person who's striving for perfection they recognize that they have shortcomings but yet they don't seek allows forgiveness for their shortcomings and their excuses well created me like this imperfect right then that's not that's not good

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now

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chapter seven

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chapter seven third element Oh yeah, I guess it is chapter seven malice. Yeah. Third Oh, oh,

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real quick. Just so that we understand the

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the the concept of sizzle

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and in actions right. Eliza Joe says Minami Nina de Jalan cider, qu that's all I want you to look at sada Kuma de la hora de Fermin Omen cavanna Bo, amin Khomeini and taavet. One my bed deleeuw Samba de la. among the believers are men who have been true. They have been true to what they pledged to Allah. They were true to it. Some of them have fulfilled their pledge, and they gave their lives and gave their lives. They fulfilled their pledge with their lives and others awaiting their turn. They have never changed their commitment in the least. But delucia de la five anybody know what this? Who This is referring to? Or one of the stories that has been narrated about this is from the campaigns

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now.

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What say his name,

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even another title, what was his first name? This is important. It's not important, but it helped me memorize the story later on.

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Who was the servant of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sitting that Anissa Matic was the servant of the Prophet it asides of sin. And it's even another was his uncle. He was named after his uncle. And his even medic was named after his uncle Ennis had been another and as of another now, so what about him? Do you remember?

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He basically made a commitment to write because he, he because I don't think it was a lot of maybe somebody can look it up. I think that he did not go to bed. And then he said that, if Allah Subhana Allah gives me another chance, I'm going to, I'm going to show like, basically I'm going to show what I do. And then he was killed. And if I'm not mistaken a lot, I'm sure that

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he will.

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He was only identified by his fingertips because he had been stabbed and hit, but it's 80 sometimes or something like that.

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No, sir, another

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minute. momineen original Sadako capes sadhak. Because his, he was committed to making sure that if Allah Subhana Allah gave him another chance to defend his Deen that he would not back down and he will go out there and give us all and that's what he did.

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So he was solid, right? He was truthful to you know, he kept his word now.

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Step three Min hoonah.

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Compliance

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and adherence.

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The third element is to ensure praying according to the weight of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that his slab conforms to the description of the Sunnah of the messenger of the law, so the law and he was selling

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and to refrain from the actions, statements or description of the law that people innovated and have not been been reported from the laws messenger, Whatsapp or his companion. Okay, there's some liberty that they took there in the in the translation. So in Arabic, it says what? Well, you're already low. I'm active in NASA facility. Mina z additi. One sign well oh by Latina moon curl up also the lights on alarm, there was a woman here. So basically, what he's saying is that a person has to avoid his salon,

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adding anything to the salon, or taking something away from the salon, and also doing any of those things that have not been so adding or taking away, right, adding to the select that which the profit it is selected was CIT M. Did but only did to a certain

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extent. And then somebody adds on to that, or the prophecy, some did not do it all. And then they added an entire something entirely to the salon, or that they have taken away something from the salon that is part of the salon. So all of this, he says, doing those things which have never not been narrated from the messenger, sallAllahu wasallam, nor any of his companions. That's kind of just unpack this a bit.

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All right. What are some things that perhaps people add to the salon that are not from the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sitting? Yeah.

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Making sujood on a stone, that's for sure to profit. I think the slides are saying I didn't do that one. Yeah.

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Tell you what, when you say, this is this is before to salon in the salon.

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Okay, I've so I that's interesting that you mentioned I haven't personally seen that. But he's saying that sometimes people are praying behind the Imam while he's resigning sorts of fancy, huh. And they'll they'll be like, you know, they'll do their hands like this. Now, I haven't seen that. But I have seen it, I've been our local ham, okay. And instead of like, there's like they turn their hands like this humbling cathedra until you have him working for you or something like that before they go down. So they turn their hands this way. Right? Or even even some ways that the hands are held.

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For example, some people who hold their their hand right over left over their heart.

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You see that? Because that that's common. I'm not saying in this message I'm saying in the area, I've seen it frequently. There's no evidence whatsoever for I don't even know that this that that's

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what I'm saying is I don't even know that that's that they're imitating anybody. Somebody might have just come up with that. And there's some other people follow them.

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Yeah, I've seen I've seen that said I'm already going on to LA.

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Anyway, now seen a picture of a woman

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that's next low.

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I'm not we're not going there when I don't know.

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Hey, no additions or deletions now.

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Before we get into

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Okay, what about deletions? I mean, there's there's several things that we could talk about a lot of things that just people don't know that this is from the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah salatu salam, so they leave it out of the prayer.

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And so far, this is what he's talking about some additions or deletions, we're going to touch some of these other points which which are which deal with concessions, which is we're going to talk about a minute and also

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compliance and submission to the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam, his judgment and his ruling and we'll talk about that as well tight. Now, let's just take a step back

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MLK mentions this is step three to one so that we don't get lost in the in in the minutiae or or get lost in the words here step out and then we step back in hmm

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no no he didn't say step three to ensure you're praying according to anything he says step three to what not just to perfect the salon

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Ah right step three for salon being the joy of your eyes you finding the light in your saliva

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Why? Why is compliance and adherence to the way that the privacy some pray so important

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because no one loved this a lot more than the Prophet is allowed to sit there and if you want to love this a lot like the prophet Isaiah select with Sam Do you want it to be the joy of your eye like it was for the Prophet Allah select to save the you need to pray the way that the Prophet it is selected was sent and prayed. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instructed a sudden Lu come out on a timoni who suddenly pray is you have seen me pray and the prophets I send them prayed on the member so that everybody would see how he prayed some of it.

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And so there were those who were with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the Prophet told them pray, like you have seen me pray those people will call the

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Sahaba the companions of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam so they can pray like the prophet Isaiah select to sit and pray. They don't have to read books by Bukhari and Muslim and, and so forth. They saw the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah. How do we pray? Like the Prophet is allowed to sit and pray? Has any of you have any of you seen the prophet Isaiah? That's right. I'm just making sure

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everybody's awake. I mean, you might have seen it in a dream. But none of us have seen the Prophet it is Salatu was Sadam the way that he has prayed, right. So the way that we know is through what the narration of the companions and all the Alo tada at home, okay, now

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just pay attention for second.

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If you teach somebody something,

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right, and then they do it, you get the reward for teaching them and you get the reward for what? For them doing it.

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Every single time they do it. So when you teach your daughter how to make will do, every time she makes will do

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you get a reward for that. Right? You taught her how to pray every time she she makes a lot you get the reward for that. I think about the companions, who narrated to us the Salah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in every time we pray, they're in their graves being rewarded for that.

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How many Muslims honor

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how many sub Salawat in a day, and they're continuously rewarded for that because they brought to us the DEA.

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Right? And that is why that is why those who speak ill of the campaigns are the alone time and home. As he magmatic by him a lot of times they really want to speak ill about the Prophet alayhi salatu was sent him well mem kin home, but it couldn't do that. So they spoke about the companions probably a long time and home head tell you call Roger Lou.

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he's a he's an evil man. If he wasn't, he wouldn't have been said he wouldn't have surrounded himself with such evil people.

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So to speak about the companions, or the time and home was Dora.

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Mo lozada, one of the early scholars in third century scholar of Islam, he said that the if you will even admit before him said if you see someone speak ill of the companions of the messengers of lightness and effect to him who Allah Islam he and his Islam is suspect. His Islam is suspect and obscura of the law of China and who was the one who said that? That in the met at the Elena heddle. Koran was soon as a habit to realize a lot of some of the only way we got the Quran and we got the Sonos was how to the Sahaba. So the ones who speak about them, UD doing it and Yahushua who they're they they're trying to what, criticize and speak ill of our witnesses. Those are the ones who

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brought us today. Well just be him Allah but they are more worthy of being disparaged and criticizing speech

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In spoken illa wahome was inadequate. And he said, Well homes inadequate. And he did. They're hypocrites, the end of the day. So if you see that there's a group of people, their whole Deen is built upon cursing the campaign's of the messenger at a slaughter saying that they call themselves Muslims. What Islam? Can they follow? What certainly can a file what color and can he read without depending on the companions of the Prophet Isaiah Salatu was saying, and this is why it's important for us to honor the companions of the Messenger of Allah alayhi salatu salam, and to understand that, by honoring them we are in fact, there is no way for us to to perfect our salon, there is no

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way for that select to become a quarter Let's aim for us. Right, except that we are the companions of the Messenger of Allah and a salatu salam, because they are the ones that brought us the description. In fact, even had been

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by him of Allahu taala, who and his the famous book is that he that he wrote is known as I even had been, but he he collected over 400 narrations of the description of the Prophet of the prophets prayer is a lot was thing and one of the earliest one that we have an extent still with us today. That is the Sif it's a solid image of Ben or him will lie down and then contemporary. Well how do they learn? I mean, you have scholars that have you know, taken the narrations and kind of

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you know, broken it down for us in English I think at least we had the the prophets period describe I shall abandon him a long time and the Prophet spirit described by even basil to lie they and maybe some others as well that I'm not aware of that are available in English, just just the narrations. I need that lay it out for you so that you can pray the way that the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam pray

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a person is to pay no attention to the words of those people knowledge always seek concessions and own comply with the minimum obligatory March Madness.

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I don't know why I don't know why translators the people of knowledge because that even that doesn't feel right. That's it's not it's not what it says in Arabic. It says end up on Morocco seen alladhina ponemah cudney Maya Tokido Jubilee akuna ladle. And at the end of the day, it's not what it says it doesn't say anything about them being people of knowledge. It just says that they are people he actually calls them people of concessions. That's what he calls them. What is the Seder? I'm sorry, I don't have my book today. I'm sorry. Okay, a person is to pay no attention to the words of those people of knowledge. But it's in parentheses. Okay.

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Okay, always see concessions and only comply with the minimum obligatory aspects all the while other than in parentheses.

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Alright, so again, let me see. So this is this is how this is how it could read.

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Okay, so

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a person should pay no attention to the words of those who always seek concessions, and who only comply with what they believe that's what it should say, comply with what they believe is the minimum of Is there a minimum obligation? Is there a minimum obligation, all the while other people have knowledge? That's true dispute with them over such understanding? Okay, so in other words,

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don't pay attention to those people who

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they look for concessions. And they say they look and they say this is

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this is the only thing is really obligatory for you in the salon.

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Right, you only have to do this and you only have to do that. And they establish bare minimums in a salon, even though that's contested their contested minimums, meaning that there are other scholars who disagree they say no, that's not enough. And if you do that, or you don't do this, then your slot will be invalid or there will be a great deficiency in your salon. Right. So he's saying don't listen to to them. No. It's also possible that they disregard authentic candidates and the established acts of sooner that oppose that which they are upon on the grounds that they are following the method of selling so Okay, so here, again, we were talking about two two things. One

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is that they,

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they are always looking for concessions, right and it is a whole different discussion that will come about when we talk about temper, or Rojas, and other words, looking for the concessions of each method. Right. So there are four main methods in terms of you know, 15 methods, and it's now as you know, the method hanifa mathematic shavian

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I mean, there are other methods, but those are the main, those are the main ones. And each one of them, you're going to find that this one makes something permissible that the other one doesn't. So you find somebody that's kind of going around Oh, well, that's permissible. Like we say that they federal shopping, right? Just trying to find somebody that's gonna make it hell out for you. Well, if you do that in your salon, then the chances are, you're going to subject yourself to being invalid.

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For example, there's there are certain scholars who will tell you when you say send me a log him and hammy that even if you haven't stood all the way up and reached it maintenance that you can go straight down into sudo. So if you look at somebody pray, they say some a lot, even having the log book, and they never really even stood up fully. Which is a problem. That doesn't mean a subject and they select

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to be an invalid.

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And then as some who will what it says they do, what about them, and then they won't follow. They won't follow you keep going read again. Okay. It is also possible that they,

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hey, yeah, so on that point, that they disregard the Sunnah of the Prophet, it is a lot to say that they say, Oh, no, we follow this particular method. So, I mean, and that's very common. So you'll, you'll find it that people won't say me, for example, even though it's authentic hadith. I mentioned that the Prophet it is Salatu was Salam say, I mean, because their particular meta had the man with a meta habit, whatever doesn't say, I mean, well, they won't raise their hands when they say Allahu Akbar, right, other than the for the first for the first tech veto, even though I mean, you find that they're clear, I had the insatiable heart right now.

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I'm not saying that they don't have answers for some of them. But why are we answering this? If it's clear that some of the companions saw the Prophet idea Samantha was saying doing it? Why do we have to have an answer? What why I don't do it, because, and maybe this and perhaps that, or whatever it is, if it's a Hey, and a prophet it is, but they want to defend their IE, ma'am. They want to defend the ma'am. So they tried to find a way to make it so that perhaps the companion made a mistake. So panela type perhaps a man made a mistake. Okay.

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So this is what we're talking about here, where they have an authentic Heidi sitting right there next to them. They see it, they see that this is what the companion said the Prophet it is Salatu was Salam did, but yet they, they say, Well, you know, I'm a follower of this particular madhhab so I'm not doing that.

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Again, no, okay, you can go

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Yeah, evidently, this is an invalid excuse that a lot does not accept and also does not believe a person from responsibility for not practicing this sooner after knowing about it again after knowing about it, so if a person knows that this is the son of the Prophet I sent him and he's still just rejected and they say not gonna follow my man or whatever. This is not an excuse. Why keep going? This is because a lot of what the Allah ordered us to obey and follow His Messenger Allah is left alone, and the and the only case where others are obeyed is when they advocate the orders and ways of the law of messenger.

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In other words, we obey those people who are telling us to follow the messenger It is so much we're saying the privacy someone said this, do this because the Prophet it is right so we obey them, because they are instructing us to obey the Prophet is allowed to assume that independently of the or not in opposition to a laws, messenger Allah is what was said. Now, that being said, it should be borne in mind that views of every person can be open for discussion, and therefore either accepted or rejected accept, except the orders and statements of the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam whose words are always final and binding. As the as email Malik Rahim, Allah tala, so couldn't Newtok

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Makoto, he, well, you're not in the Sahaba. I don't cover everybody. Everybody statement is can be accepted or rejected. dependent. Everybody's statement is between it Yeah, maybe you can maybe you accept it. Maybe you reject it, except for the one that is in that grave. And he and he was in Medina pointing to the grave of the Prophet it has a lot to say, No, a lot most high swore by himself that we will not believe until we need fair to the Messenger of Allah La select was selected to judge upon that which we dispute over and then submit and accept His judgment for no person's judgment or submission to any other person will save us the punishment of the law.

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So so so a lot of lost friends as a follower of BK law, you may know he's been swore by himself.

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They do not believe had tell you hecky mcguffey measures your pain a home. Notice here three different levels had tell you hecky muka FEMA shadowbane Oh, and so they make you the judge in their disputes. So in other words, the times when the

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as Muslims, were we going to agree that this is the correct way, right? And then a right the times where we disagree, is this the right way or is this the right way to do this?

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What makes us believers

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when we make the profit the judge in that dispute not that we go back to the man Flan or this one or that one, that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is the final judge. So in other words, we're looking for his teachings and his Salatu sin had tell you hecky mukha fee mesh as Rubino that's step number one. So malaria g do fee who seen him Haha, Jimmy Mac of eight. And they don't find this is stage two. And once they hear and they know what the prophet it is Salatu was snam has taught or has ruled in a particular affair. They don't resist. They don't find any

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uneasiness in their chest. Lady doofy m fusi Impala jenman macupdate.

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And then the third thing is will you suddenly move test Lima, right, which is they comply, and they submit perfectly and completely

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perfect and complete submission? Now, what's the difference between

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two and three?

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stage one is what? In order to have real Amen. A las pantallas swearing by himself? They don't have real Eman until What? Number one they make you to judge

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not fool and not this guy, not that guy. But we go back to the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam type find those teachings, then what?

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Then, then then, you know, not not quite obedience is more like the last part.

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Right? Sorry.

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They accept it. Right? They accept it. They don't find anything, any resistance inside of themselves. And then they want and then they obey there's complete and total submission. There is no thing Why did he say this? Why didn't he say it like that? In a sense, not that they not that it's a problem to look for the wisdom and why the problem? Sorry, someone may have said something. But that's there's two different kinds of ways that you ask why. Right? There's why because you're genuinely trying to, you know, figure out

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the wisdom in something. And then is that why like, I'm not doing this until I understand. Right? So I understand why the Prophet, you know, said this, and I need to know why women have to wear hijab and men don't, you know, have to cover themselves the way that women do, right? I mean, all of us gotten caught one now but

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until we make the messenger the soldiers fight so referring judgments someone says a message sender will not benefit us at all will not deliver us from the punishment of Allah. And this is very important for us to understand.

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It doesn't matter even if you get over in this life, even if you win the dispute.

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It doesn't make a difference. And we saw that some Hannah law we we look back at when we talk about a class, right? That that one he looked like he was a martyr, he looked like he was courageous. That one looked like he was generous that one look like you know, he was a scholar recited Koran who benefited up that's what they look like from the outside. So similarly, a person may look like they have,

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you know, one a particular argument or that they are following the right guidance, but they're not going to be asked about their compliance to a metal head. You're not going to be asked about that you can ply to email at Ms. madhhab or even Chevy's madhhab Not to mention scholars who came in Did you follow? Was she someone so said or was she someone associated? Did you check with shake? sonza right? You're not me asked about that. What are you gonna be asked about your cam man that a jab at Sumo mursaleen madda jablotron modesetting man Accra

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will have responded to the messengers, where he will certainly that is a lot. So go just go back to the sentence before that. And such response will not be accepted when asked on the Day of Judgment translation. What have you responded to the messengers, right? Whenever you respond to the messengers and you say Well no.

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Even Shafi

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Did it like this MMR and it's like but you you knew that this was the messenger salado someday you still and you rejected that. Right and it's not to say again and I snapped to go too much into detail about this it's not to say that he may have shattered you know him in Los Altos was was necessarily wrong or the mathematic was necessarily wrong. But he Malta, he may have an excuse for not doing something that you know to be from the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah sciences. And but do you have that excuse? Right?

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Where he was certainly asked us about it and demand us to answer him. A lot of the Most High said, Yeah,

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yeah, that's fine. That's, that's fine.

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Surely we will ask those when we sent them the messengers. And we should also ask the ones we said to them, okay, read and read that again, in English. Surely, we will ask those to whom we say

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to whom the messengers were sent. Okay, that's good. That's correct.

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That's good. We will ask those to whom the messengers were sent not that works, will ask and we will also ask what

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those whom we sent. So what the people are going to be asked, and the messengers are going to be asked what are the people want to be asked?

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Who did you write? Did you What did you follow them? And the message is going to be asked, What did you convey the message? Is you conveyed a message by

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the prophets, Allah, Allah, the people I am on camera as my that can tune tap. Boone. That's that's a question that people will be asked, What did you What? What did you use to worship? While Jolla, La ilaha illa Allah, and they will be asked why?

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Mather Java tomaselli, and the job is shadow and the Mohammedan Rasulullah. And the two answers that I mean, the two questions that were asked on on pm about who you used to worship, right? And what what did you follow from the messengers? Or what what did you comply to? Those answered in your Shahada.

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Now, the prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam said, it was revealed to me that you will be tested and asked about me, me that we will be asked about them in our graves. Hence, whomever is whoever is aware of any act of sooner, then abandon it for the sake of someone else's view, he will be questioned about it, and then he will know the consequences of this action. Right he'll know the consequences of rejecting the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was set out we had to put off step four and Shalom to Allah to the to our next meeting in the Knights atta.

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But I just want to emphasize this

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point here, which is compliance to the teachings of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was scenario. If we want our salon if we want to taste the sweetness of the salon,

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think about how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pray, both outwardly and inwardly. It's different when you know how the Prophet sallallahu wasallam held his hands where he raised them to have where his fingers apart, or were they together, and you're going through that and your salon, knowing that you were emulating the messenger cityline was someone preparing for Allah Subhana Allah to ask you, what did you do

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about that messenger Alia Salatu was Salam Did you comply to his teachings or not? And so, the most important activity bed

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and the the most important act of ritual the bed which is your Salah, as you tried to do perfectly as the Prophet is selected was an empty that is preparation for yo can that that is that standing here and this light that will make the standing in the next life easier in the light side. And also all of our actions have an internal component and I need the NEA and an external component which is which is compliance to the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sin, which is why some of the scholars of Islam have mentioned that the Islam revolves around three Hadith. Anybody know those 300 either.

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In the Milan Albania is one so actions are by intention.

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Second, Heidi's

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halaal is clear and 100

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arm is clear. And the third Hadeeth

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men act at a fee Emily now Heather mellissa, Minh who, for what I, and whoever introduces a something in this affair of ours, right that has no precedent from the Prophet it is allowed to sit and then what then it will be rejected. And that deals with the external things that we do. So, there has to be that

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internal, which is which is that you are actively purifying your intention for lost parents and it has to

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comply externally as well with the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in the way he did it, and then all of the actions that you do will either be clearly Hello or clearly hoorah. And then there will be some that are in that gray area that many don't know, how do you protect yourself from falling into that? Avoid, right avoid those, avoid those gray areas tight so that the point is here. Compliance to the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sin It is very, very important for us to enjoy the salon. And again, when you start looking and you go a little deeper, you go beyond

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you know what is whadjuk for you to do in your salon and you start implementing the suddenness of salon and you start implement whether those Sooners are actions or statements right. When you start implementing them you'll start to see a different sweetness in your salon. Right you start learning also what these things that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said in his salon, what do they mean? And it actually takes us a lot to another level where you start to really feel you enjoy you look forward to you look forward to your to your Salah tight, and inshallah we'll pick up next Tuesday the 10th meeting that is that. Is that correct? Yeah. Tuesday, November 10. Be in the line Tada. We

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will see you at 530 for Shanghainese class, and seven o'clock for this class between data and panic along with Channel Nine and answer stuck records.