Hijrah to Allah #02 – Birr & Taqwa

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Yeah you have a module on mo de una Jetta who is ma'am Paulette and Elsa in one config moody kakuni. Mata missing can Milwaukee Ibiza horrific in heaven?

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inevitable payments from where? the masses so he was writing this letter from to book. And what why was he to book?

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Because he was returning from what year?

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733 733 How was it no claim when he wrote this letter?

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How old was in no time when he wrote this letter

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so that those of us who are older then can feel really bad about where we are.

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It was born in 691.

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Right?

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Nobody owes you any money.

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Well, he was actually he was actually 41, even though it's 42 years in between, but but he wasn't his birthday. So he was still 41 when he when he wrote, he sat at a table. Okay, so now

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as you all know, before we get started, you got to get the juices flowing. So just bring that back up.

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By the end of tonight's lesson, you should be able to answer these questions.

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In the

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right mode will be first a rule that helps to eliminate eliminate many misconceptions. discuss this important rule.

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What does the word beard mean?

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What are its main components? What is its opposite? How does it define that? What? Whose definition does He say is one of the best for taqwa

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discuss the terms Eman and sad. When combined in certain Heidi,

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our beer and taqwa the same? What is the relationship between the two? Explain your answer. Okay. So

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before we actually get into the test, what do you notice about these questions? A lot of them are dealing with what

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terminology right definitions, terminology, and specifically, theater and, and tableau. And the reason why it's very important for us to understand the terminology is because the last fantatic commands us to

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cooperate

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in bid in tableau. How can we fulfill that command? If we don't know what beer and tequila are? So that the reality is is that the only way? For example, when a lost manufacturer says what a p mu of salaat? establish the salaat?

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What do we have to learn in order to be able to salvage the song?

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You have to learn the salon. So you need to know what about salon. At the minimum, you need to know the rules of salon before I can write because what is a shop.

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It's the prerequisites if you will of the salon. So even if you had all the auto cannabis like you study set a low equity you were cited. So it's a factor. But you didn't make will do.

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Right? That you haven't established the salon. So again, what happens is this is not just a matter of terminology, as in, we're learning it for philosophical purposes, just so we can learn definitions. It's so that we can fulfill the commands of the lungs of handle attack. And I hope that's clear. So we're not just spending time on bitter and tough love. For mental exercise. It's so that we can learn these terminology so that we can implement them and we can cooperate with one another and establishing IP and a telephone. So this is why today as you'll see from the broad themes that we talked about, that are covered in this message from the first of the two types of

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cooperation, right is one cooperation is commanded and that is what

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beer and tequila and then there is the prohibited cooperation. These that we should not work together on which is an ism and one ism is

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One, which which is commonly translated as sin and transgression. And we'll we'll get to that anything that's out. And after that, we'll get there solo. And the second thing and this is what we're going to be also covering today is the definition of vim and topo. So we really need to go in kind of deep, understanding what these two words me. And through their understanding of shallow, which you'll see that there are other rules that we'll learn along the way between legs added that will help us in understanding certain terminology, much of what you've probably heard, you know, many times throughout your life, but really having a better understanding helps you to appreciate

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the book of Allah Amitabh because all of these terminologies are found in the product, or the Sunnah of the Prophet, adding some items, and oftentimes both. Alright, so we're going to start on page two, in your books, and I'm humbled that most of you have books today.

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Get a book. All right, so sorry.

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Next time we'll do that. And maybe that will be I know, it's supposed to be available this week on PDF, but still not

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quite so.

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restrict

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duty towards other people at work.

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A person's duty towards his fellow human beings in terms of dealing with them, aiding them and befriending them is that his association with them should be directed towards mutually helping one another in pleasing and obey. Oh, God. Okay. So again,

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when

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the commanded velocity hands out over time, I know who added ability to cooperate and bid and tough one.

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Well, that's a one liner, it's more than one what tupple long, right. So the first part of this I would, this section of the eye is telling us to what cooperate with one another. So that is your obligation towards the creation of law towards other people. And then it's and then the last fantasise, what's up a la and that is your obligation towards a lot of time. So the author is going in that order, and started by talking about the duty that you have towards other people, like this brings.

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This brings the person's the person ultimate success, and happiness, he can never find over. Furthermore, this approach is the

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top one, which encompassed the whole theme. So So here, here, the author is telling us and we'll see this later on inshallah, that big and tough one, right, and campus the entirety of the venomous snake.

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When you say bit and talk, there's nothing from the venomous snake, what are the things that you're supposed to believe are things that you're supposed to do or things that you're not supposed to do, except that it is encompassed in that terminology, beer and telco clear? So when I lost my dad is telling us to cooperate and bid and he's talking about cooperating in establishing the entirety of the deen of Islam, as we'll see shortly.

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It should be noted that what he also did notice here, he also notice that the success and happiness that comes when we cooperate for those things cannot be found elsewhere. There's nothing else that's going to bring you that true joy to your heart with except for them, which is the cooperation on bid and it should be noted that when either of the two times beer and ductwork

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either way, it should be noted that either the two terms are better, and that what is mentioned, the other term is implied either inclusively or necessarily. Okay, so I'm going to talk about this in a minute. But I want to finish reading first. So put a circle around the word inclusively. Right? And the other word necessarily, okay, because I know that right now, if you read that, it should not make sense to you.

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Unless you've studied this before you've studied something similar. Otherwise, it's going to be kind of vague, right? Right. So he says,

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It should be noted, that when either of the two terms have been or at top what is mentioned, the other term is implied either inclusively or unnecessarily. So when you say the word bid, you should also think tableau. And if you say Tough luck, you should also think big, but we'll talk about why in a minute show. It is more obvious, however, if they imply each other.

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inclusively, because a bid for righteousness carries the meaning of taqwa or piety and vice versa. This should not conflict with the fact that when the two terms appear

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together as they do here, each of them carries a distinctive meaning. Alright, so he's going to go into this a little bit, but I'm sure, especially those of you who are studying children, for the men,

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that you call over the terms, ie men and Islam and how they relate to one another. So what Islam is mentioned, along with email, and the same text in the same context, and what does Islam refer to?

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What does this thing Okay, let's take a step back. All of you have heard of the hadith of gibreel. He came to the Prophet it Assad was sent in and he asked him about his name. Yes, the prophets I saw them about Amen. And he asked the Prophet about what is sin? Right. So how did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam respond when he asked him about his land, he said, what Islam is to testify, to lay the love of

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law and to establish the salaat

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gives the cat best how to make the head

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then he asked the proxy setup about even the process I'm saying, Man is

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to believe and I have yet to have faith, and a lot that he meant and a lot and his angels to the end. Okay, so it's ma'am. When mentioned along with event in the same context, as man refers to those what that outer actions that one does those things that are, that are apparent and openly done, okay? with email refers to what

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right the inner beliefs that one holds and those actions of the heart.

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However, when either one of them is mentioned, by itself, meaning not along with the other in the same context, that includes the meaning of the of the right.

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I'm only reminding you of this and shall not die. But we'll we'll go through this. So the author is saying that beer and tafawa function the same way that when beer is mentioned by itself, it includes the the meaning of tequila, which we haven't talked about yet, but I just want you to get the concept then, when tough what is mentioned by itself and includes the meaning of beer. Okay, but one thing I mentioned together, and each one of them refers to something distinct.

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Okay, what does what do they both mean, what do they refer to inshallah, we'll get there, but I just want you to understand the, the broad concepts here and then we'll talk about this a little bit more innocent.

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Yes, there are numerous other pairs of terms that behave similarly such as the man versus snap about versus I think, and is fine, because

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both

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are opposed to it's not opposed to right it's it's when they're mentioned together, he man and his men, Eman and Emma solid. Yeah, okay. But here, which literally means a poor man.

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in context with Miss King and meeting there was superb. which literally means corruption

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with a spark sem, which means disobedience, and mukha as as context. Yeah, I'm gonna explain

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Mongkok vs faction, comprehending this important rule helps eliminate many misconceptions.

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Okay, so comprehending this important rule, we're going to go back and we're going to talk about all of these terminologies don't get caught up and say, Man, I'm going to solve it. Okay. It was key. Don't worry about that right now. He, I want you to just understand this part. He says comprehending this important rule helps eliminate many misconceptions that have confused people, what important rule is he talking about?

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What is important, like again, when we read text, we always want to know

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the pronouns. What are the antecedents for those pronouns? When we use terms like this and that and he and she it today? What does that go back to? So comprehending this important rule? What is the important rule? Yeah.

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Correct. How

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two terms, when mentioned together, may refer to something differently than when they are mentioned apart. And how what they mentioned apart, they can be inclusive of the of the up. All right. Many have gone astray, as he says here eliminate many misconceptions that have confused people. In fact,

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there are certain situations where certain sex before because of the lack of understanding of this particular principle, and we'll talk about in a minute. So what we're going to do here, just wanted to finish reading that section, I'm going to backtrack. Okay. And we're going to go back to the section on page two, where he says

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that it should be noted that when it is mentioned, the other term is implied either inclusively or what? Or unnecessarily either inclusively or unnecessary. So, what he's talking about here, and you should take notes right now, is is a concept in Arabic known as that edify that

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will fall.

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Now,

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that is the plural of data, not one either, by the way, the data, which means to indicate something, refer to something. And a file is the plural of love, which is an expression.

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Okay, I'm using the terms as basic terms as I can, right. So what we're talking about is what when you say something, when you use an expression, what is it actually referring to? Okay, so that's what is soft. So sometimes, and, again, just to, I'm trying to lay this all out, language, right? When you use an expression, you're referring to something that you have where,

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in your mind, there's an idea that you have in your mind, and you use an expression to refer to that idea, and then it has to be referring to something that actually what that exists, right? So those are three different things that work in tandem, when we're when we're using speech. Right? Now, that speech that you're using can be one of three things, and this is what you're what you're going to see here. Go ahead. And

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let's do that. I'm really glad you're here to explain all this. Three types of conventional reference. What is this linguistic expression referring to? So when when you're using an expression when you use it, any love when you're saying a word or a phrase? What are you exactly referring to?

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correspondence, we'll talk about

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inclusion, but the the moon, that dawn, and third, necessarily necessary implication is that duties and duties in so it'll kind of doesn't talk about the first one here, which is more topical. That's when something is exactly synonymous, totally inclusive of another word. He talks about inclusion at the moment, and he talks about necessary implication, which is built in, but let us just break this down again, and then we're going to go back and you'll see how it all works out. So if I said to you,

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the house sold for $200,000, the house sold for $200,000. When I say the house, what am I referring to

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the entirety of the house. So I'm not excluding anything when I say that the house sold for $200,000. So that's inclusive, the walls, the windows, the doors, everything that makes the house the roof, the foundation, the basement everything that includes the house. So that is total what correspondence total correspondence. Like

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if I say, if I walk into the house, house, beautiful from the outside, right.

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But somebody called the tax to kind of say, you know, the house was vandalized, it was burglarized. But from outside houses, you walk in, a walk in, and they see that burglar went through the first floor of the house, turned everything upside down, pull the frigerator out, look with some money in the toaster oven. And you know, that's a good spot. That's what they say.

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So he's looking at all

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any says, Wow, this house is a mess.

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And it's talking about the entirety of the house.

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Now what are we talking about here?

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Talking about a part, right? Talking about a part of the house. So that would be what is known as a thumb one, inclusion and if it's inclusive of that thing, but it's not referring to the entirety of the house. Okay?

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Now,

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if we take it a step further, right.

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And I won't use the example of the house on this one, because it gets a little tricky, but I'll give you a different one from the top, which which is equivalence or correspondence? If we say, Philadelphia has a population of 1.6 million,

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what are we talking about here?

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We're talking about the entirety of the city talking about the entirety of the city. But if you say that, you're you say, I'm from Philadelphia,

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are you talking about you're from every single part of the city, which is normally why if you say I'm from Philly, somebody say, from where and Philly right? go a little further. So you're not talking about the entirety of the city, you're talking about a certain portion which is included. And in the mean, also, if you said, for example, Philadelphia has imposed a new property tax.

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But he's talking about

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City Hall, right. It's talking about the government of the city. So you talk about something that's included in the city, not the entirety of, of the city. We that now the reason why this is like what is because we naturally do this in our heads. When you're deconstructing something that's naturally done in your head. Like, you don't have to think about is this more topical, or it's a dumb one or LTS n? Right. do that because that's the way that speech works. Okay. But sometimes we have to deconstruct to rebuild. And so similarly, for LTS n, if I said, Philadelphia is a dangerous city,

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what am I talking about? Am I talking about things like earthquakes, tornadoes is like this jungle.

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Sorry.

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Not just habitat, who put the practice the city democrat?

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Right? The people so even though I'm saying Philadelphia, I'm actually not referring to the city, I'm referring to something that is necessarily implied by the city, which is the people who commit those crimes. Okay.

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So if we go back now,

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no claim is saying the relationship between beer and tequila is either inclusion, or necessary implication, meaning that bid, right

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includes the term top one.

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And top what also includes the term bid, or one of them necessarily implies the other that is that it can't exist without the without the other. He says, but the middle is the clearer that beard in is inclusive of top one and top was also inclusive up there. And as we go through, you'll understand that relationship a little bit better at nighttime, but I just wanted to kind of go through this. I know it's a little confusing.

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But this comes up a lot. And it studied specifically in into for

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signs up.

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So let's just go back again.

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So there's no client. For him a lot of time. If we go back, I'm just gonna read this again very quickly, and then we'll go back and go over some of the terminology. So it says it should be noted that when either of the two terms bitter and tough, what is mentioned, the other term is implied

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either inclusively that is too long more than that this word includes the meaning of that word. Right? Or necessarily that is that it is a necessary implication of that word. You can't have that without that. So for example, if I said, so and so is looking at me right now, so and so's looking at me, that necessarily implies that he is alive because if he wasn't alive, then he could not be looking at even though I didn't say he was alive, but that's necessarily imply. So he's saying that these terms either are inclusive of one another, or they necessarily imply the other that if you can't have one without the other, because beer carries the meaning of tequila and vice versa. They,

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he says this should not conflict with that.

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The fact that when the two terms appear together as they do in this act, each of them carries a distinctive meaning. So even though even though one is inclusive of the other, it does not mean that when they come together, it's not a distinctive mean. So if we, if we use some English terms for this, just some English words so that you can understand when

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somebody says to you,

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did you hear me? And you say, I heard you, but I'm not in this.

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I heard you. But I'm not listening. What does that mean?

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There, your voice, but they don't do that they don't like or they're not gonna care about what you're actually saying. Right?

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When someone's when someone says they heard you, but they're not listening, right? It refers to the fact that they know that the person is talking. And it means that they either don't believe or do not accept the actual meanings and definitions about that, which they're saying, Okay. Yes, it's no need to say anything else. So, but those two terms when you separately, don't they carry the meaning of the other. Right? I heard you. Right, I'm listening. Really. So, but when they use together, sometimes each one of them can refer to something distinct. Okay. And they're probably other words that I can't think of right now. But this is all linguistic, you know, know how you will and it's

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good. I mean, it's good to understand this because it's going to give us a deeper understanding. You saw a lot of bitter and tough on some other terminology that you probably hear a lot and don't really realize that there's you know, some subtle differences between the numerous other pairs of terms that behave similarly, similarly, such as Okay, here we go. This means that what should it do shape is just read out read the top and you read the bottom. How about that? Oh, yeah. Because the notes of that about a year fell in love

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it good. Sure. He knows that your belly person

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Yeah, Mashallah.

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You know, Panama,

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he's done his books, great service to the English library.

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And

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he had a stroke and maybe even a heart attack or vice versa, when he was in Medina, and, and now he's back in America, with his family.

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And the last

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fight, says he man and Islam

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and Islam appeared together. The first reading of footnotes Bible reading,

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when he met and Islam appeared together, the first means the hearts belief, and the Latin meaning of slam me the apparent the open actions of faith, such as prayer and fasting. This is demonstrated in the well known for the drill, Okay, next event and allama assadi. So,

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last month, our says in militina M and

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those who believe in the righteous the philosophy and an incentive for people live in urban land, those who have been in righteously, so even and alonside when he meant when he and Amarillo saw it, appear together, the first means the hearts belief, and the latter means that a parent, they open actions, such as prayer and fasting. On the other hand, when a man appears alone, it implies and good deeds. This is demonstrated in the well known hobby of the 70, some branches of email, the prophet is about to sit and say he man is 70, some odd branches, the first of those love, the highest of the highest ranks of the man as well.

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A lot of these statements lead to a loss of prophecy, some refer to a man as well. Statement of them, Tom. And he said, What and then imagine, and then at the lowest of the branches of Islam as well. So remove harm from the from the pack. Removing harm is what is it is a belief. It's an action. It's an open action, something that you do, it's unconcealed. It's an open action. So the process of saying the man is what statement and it's actually says Well hi. Short between men and men, and higher, which is then the good shame and the shame that prevents you from doing things that are displeasing to a loss of habitat. See, and again, this is one of the issues why it's very

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important for us to learn the terminology of

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We're on the profit It is so lucky to sit in. And even though we have translations of ways to articulate them in English, that you don't just don't, don't just stick to them. Because if you use the word shame in English shame has negative connotation from beginning to the end. Right? Which shame was really a good thing. And you Have you no shame. And that shame stop you from doing those things that are displeasing to Allah fans out, like so. So here the problem is I was saying when using the word Amen, he talked about actions, both the apparent actions Andy and the hidden

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secrets.

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Like the word slave in the negative connotation. Being a slave of the law is a beautiful thing is the highest station that one person, like so.

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So here, right, amen, and allameh assadi. In this panel, this is one of those things that actually confused a lot of the a lot of the people who wound up and going and following interjet

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and the morcha, which is a sect of Islam, who removed under the sonic from the, from the reality of event. Okay, so they don't believe that, that righteous actions are actually part and parcel of men. So a person can have the man even if they don't do righteous actions, whereas the corrected petered out as soon as that the righteous actions are from Amen.

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So so how do we understand the the verse For example, those who believe in do righteous deeds, or those who have to be meant to do righteous deeds, doesn't that mean that the man of righteous deeds is something different.

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And we say in the know, the righteous, these are from human.

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Right, so when they use together, they can refer to different things. And that's in every language, everything, right? When they use together, they can refer to two distinct things, but when they use independently, then they are inclusive of the of the other. That is one way that the other guy had explained these ads. The other way is that this has been bad out of house other than that is that you are mentioning something specific after mentioning something general to give emphasis to that specific thing. So if somebody told you make sure you take care of the kids while I'm gone, and give Mohammed his medicine every night,

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make sure you take care of the kids when I'm born and give Mohammed was one of the kids make sure you give him the medicine every night at nine o'clock. But is it giving him the medicine part taking care of the kids?

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The wife, why do we say it makes a give Mohammed is medicine at nine

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F for emphasis for emphasis. So this is why you see it in the living area. Why? Because I had to give the emphasis on righteous deeds so that nobody thinks that they can have demand without doing something that they can you can't just claim faith claim he meant and you're not doing anything. Okay, so that is the other way that those if can be understood.

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Deep will not be considered righteous without faith, because it's not

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what appears to be righteous is one thing. But if it's not for a loss of habitat, then it is not considered to be a righteous deed in the first place.

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here and miskeen, which I'm not sure he described, okay, so I'll explain. So have appeared when mentioned with the mosquito and that comes from the bride and several ad and sometimes the plural full call off and Misaki got off is the plural of puppy. And Misaki is the plural of miskeen. A puppy is a person who almost has nothing appear is a person who almost has nothing. And the miskeen is a person who has something, but not enough doesn't have enough to suffice and and those who depend upon, right, so a person can be working, right?

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A person can work and actually make a lot of money compared to it in comparison and still be mistimed. And then someone else who works and makes half of what they make and that person is not miski and not eligible for Zika. So so for example, somebody makes 15

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$1,000 it's just him and his wife, they live in an apartment if $50,000 suffices, in this way,

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okay.

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Somebody else makes $100,000 he's got seven children and two in college is paying salary, you know, he's paying tuition and he's got all types of expenses. And he really needs 110,000.

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So he's miskeen

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He's miskeen even though he makes $100,000 a year, and the other one is making $50,000 is that risky?

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So miskeen is somebody who wants they have they have things they don't have enough to meet their needs.

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Clear. So that's what a pyramid scheme are used together. But they're not used together. Each one of them is inclusive of the of the other term.

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full suit and is yen to suit and scan Does anybody know I work for soup in Encino mentioned together

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and will come late from work Whirlpool super well is in

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fine policy

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included in the data

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that is set 17. It explains the difference between these two terms as far as so the deaf psyche, by the way has been translated into English. It's called the ranks of the seekers I think or something along those lines.

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And it's a it's an excellent translation side by side English side by side Arabic and it is super expensive.

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But I'm sorted out because it really is a good book. It's Translated by Dr. Elaine and

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Olivier MI, our last name nj within

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20 years

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or so indicates committing a prohibition that entails a great sin, sometimes reaching the level of disbelief. Parisien on the other hand is this obeying laws commands with the soup and SPN appear together they indicate committing acts prohibited by law by either the terms appears alone implies the meaning specific to the other term and just as simplified as a soup

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usually refer to the kinetic do major sins major sense and skin is that which is less

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not considered to be from the majors.

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Like the last example he gives us here is Mancha and fascist. So again, when either one of these terms is used separately, and includes the meaning up of the other. But when they are mentioned in the same context with one another one kind of faction, then they refer to something different, you'll see it down below. And this is a very good this is important to understand the spiral that I just saw killing me and I have explained the difference between these two terms, fascia or fascia is an action whose ugliness

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is so apparent that a person with sound intellect with that port, this is what commonly referred to as the lat. And suddenly, he wrote about that. Similarly, he despicable speech is called push because of its manifest ugliness, such as obscene swearing, and abuse. mukha on the other hand, is a deed that pure intellect and nature's do not approve or accept, but rather than buff and reject, this is great, so hold on so so so mocha is something that you still you don't approve of something inside of us. Like if you have good physical it doesn't it doesn't appeal to you something's not right about that. But But fact he says next month, right fuck she's just like totally disgusting.

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And that and actually as the as the word you know, implies so that's the difference like fabritius as another level above muka. Just like soup is above the scene.

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This is liking to that, to that a person with sound nature loads, a foul odor, and pleasant sight or repulsive taste or an odd sound and so on with that. We have concluded some of this part. This section right here was initially was pretty tough.

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And I know people that have stopped reading the book right here.

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Yeah,

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good to me.

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Now some people, what I'm saying is, is that if you don't, if you don't have the patience to work through, I mean, this is new vocabulary for people. So that's what I'm saying it's important to just kind of go through, take this step by step and try to understand it. So inshallah, hopefully that's understood, as it says here comprehending this important role helps eliminate many misconceptions that have confused people. So again, just having a thorough understanding of the language. So here, let's just look very quickly at the vocabulary. What vocabulary I've covered so far, we had a bit of and its partner, which is support is Sam and his partner here and its partner, Steve mooncup. And

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its partner, but it shouldn't soup and his partner is yet though that terminology. Do you feel comfortable with that? Yeah. Okay, good, really?

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Well, we did almost

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all right, now we're going to go and unfortunately, there's a part that the translator missed.

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And I need to just pull it up in Arabic, but I kind of remember that.

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So right here, what I want you to write under awa on page three, where it says eliminate many misconceptions that have confused people. The author the author, and will paint my humble low Tada, it says, One never would have been had me fat and wacky then you sit down with a lady well, who was good, what's up Lo, he says, We will mention right this then we will mention

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one example

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that will serve

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as a basis

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for others,

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namely,

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beer and tequila,

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namely beer.

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So, this is how the author is taking us now into a deep dive on bitter and tough.

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So he says we will mention one example that will serve as a basis for others and that is being in touch we will serve. He says we will mention one example one example of what of this important rule. Okay, so, so he's going to mention beer and topo, which is an example of this import rule. And that is going to be in the lantau to serve as a basis for the others so that we can see how being a tough one relate to one another. Good.

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All right.

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Turn to page four, and start reading

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beer in relation to

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the final page for phase four. All right, define beer and beer is the excellent virtue and goodness stored in an object. This follows from the gluten deprivation that is conjugation of this word in Arabic Okay, so it says beer is the excellence

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the transmitted says virtue the word in Arabic is an element FM which refers to benefits right?

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And then he says what modality fee he will pay it okay and goodness saw in an object.

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Okay, just read the section and then we'll go over the slide Shall

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we later relate to bear in deprivation is poor meaning wheat, which surpasses other grains and benefits and goodness. Also, a good person is described as bad Are you fulfilling his promises or bad, dutiful and kind? law describes the answers is being bought and bought up. And those entering paradise

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right

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honorable and righteous and those entering paradise as a broad, righteous, bitter then comprises all forms of goodness and perfection expected in a human being. Okay, so that right there, that is where you want to put your star and it's a little bit of a thing comprises all forms of goodness and perfection, right?

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expected any human being Alright, so let's briefly go over

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here here's

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what is there to route bear, rah, rah revolves around the meanings of data that is used if you're learning Arabic, they call this they say that bla bla bla and madora and La and the double okay.

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Double drop. So the raw of the shed, right bottom rock, bottom line is the is the verb. Okay? So it revolves around the meanings of being a big, vast, beneficial, truthful. Okay, so these three things actually, right. And there are some other routes if you go back to Matthias Aloma by the various, there's others, but

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these are the ones that directly relate to bid. So vast something that is what expansive right from it is the opposite of the ocean, which is the bathtub, the opposite of the ocean is a burn and burn land. And it's called a it's called land because of how vast of how vast it is, okay?

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Also, that which has a lot of benefits,

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so it goes back to that which has a manufacturer, and also truthful setup, is actually the verb bla bla actually something

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that somebody that tells the truth, ba ba, ba, meaning he got it, he fulfilled his oath, okay, and fulfilled his promise. So, he was meaning that what he was truthful to his his work truths in his work. So all of these are encompassed in the meaning of bid. And you'll see how it plays out and show as we as we go for now, related words, as the author has mentioned, he says, border

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border, which is what we, what does lead to have to do a vast beneficial or truthful,

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beneficial,

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has a lot of benefit Be

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careful of TNF Ed, and so it has a lot of, of benefits. And so it's called book title. Then we had the one, the plural of which is Ba, da, da, da, da, dutiful and kind, according to that, in Virginia, and of course, to be some of the other scholars have looked at now, it's interesting, because some of them say, No, Baba is actually the plural of it is abroad, and they mix and match in any event. So there's bow around, and then there's Bob Boone, and also cameras, and his name is Bob, Bob, right? famous scholar named Evan.

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Alba, they're gonna have to go right, because a lot of the names of the last pens out of the plural of bottom one is a bar fight. So here, and again, without going too deep into the meanings

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what what you get from somebody who is Bob, as the author, the translator has mentioned here, though, fulfilling his promises, which means that he was what truthful was Maxim truthful, and

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the plural, which is Bama, which is righteous? It's it's not just that they are a little righteous, that the events vast in a sane and doing good and benevolence and so forth, right? So a person who does a lot of that is called Bob, all right. So this is why it says bitter is the excellent benefit and goodness present in something so this is the meaning of beer. All right, and is going to go a little deeper inshallah, tada, once we look at the Hadith of the Prophet, it goes on to say,

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normally, and this will come inshallah, normally, when you hear the word bib,

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what's the next thing? What's the next version here? Good one,

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Ronnie de Ville and one thing. So, being one, being very dutiful, to your parents, being truthful to them, being beneficial to them, is part of their wedding day.

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So, a lot of times beer is used to talk about your relationship with be with other people, and especially with your parents. All right. And today what is usually used to talk about your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala in your obedience of Allah. That's one of the actually that's one of the differences that the scholars have mentioned between bill and tableau. So Bill mentioned with Tableau can mean your relationship with the,

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with the creation with the people, and top one refers to your relationship with a lot of hands on obedience up

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him. All right. But as we'll see in McCain has a different way to distinguish between now.

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And he says, The opposite of beer is,

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is a word comprising all evils and defects for which a person would be playing with it. Right. So here, as you can see what is Islam, Islam is the opposite of what

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Islam is the opposite of bit, as it will claim, I think a lot of it says Islam, caddy Mattoon, jammy actually shove the brother to you, and let them move to LA. It is a comprehensive term for all the evil shump envy around you, but the shameful things for which a person is blameworthy.

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Okay, that is what isn't it normally is translated as sin. But as you see here, it is a very comprehensive and very comprehensive term.

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Keep going.

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If I knew what

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it was,

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so I need to point this out very quickly. Look, look in the bottom. Number four, the footnote, footnote says Well,

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if you read these about

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what

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it means, okay, so I need to point this out very quickly. Look, look in the bottom number for the footnote. The footnote says one

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if you read any old guy you

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may ever hear in that he started that deep why he saw silent next. Okay, so the heavy of why the song If you know Marvin is coming next, okay.

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This is the so it will pay him actually says he actually says

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here he says we'll be happy to know us if any semi of your local town and will end and abuse a lot of a sudden McCall did two tests. And in 50, what if you came look at the bottom here, you came to ask about this and isn't. So everyone kind of says in the heavy devil no worse than Superman was actually not that hard either. And no one's had either of a long time.

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So the translator then mentioned the heavy villain the West, which is not mentioned in the air.

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And then he went and mentioned the honey the why was up all the way that this is the only thing that a Little Kingdom has in this book, right? You came to ask about if this whole page and a half year is not in the air.

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Just from the transcript, he mentioned that as from him, it would have been better to put that in the footnote and not put it up top so that nobody's confused that this actually was put in but he did mention. So go ahead. Keep reading he says the MCI made an error here. Okay.

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That he said the honey the Wabi Sabi actually says and the wife says, since both of these are relevant to the current discussion, we include both of them as well as a third of the similar meaning we include both of them as well as the third tip from the translator not from able to paint so if you look at the bottom of page five of a third of a phishing email the law of China and that is not mentioned or implied by law.

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Right so technically that should not be in the in the in the text All right. And the lesson is a man

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reported that he asked the laws lesson two so the law that he was set

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upon when she told him I better but it will not hack it suck. Okay. And yet finally Allah hit next bear witness manage is that which weaves that is evil thoughts in your breast anyway that other people should know about it. So So Packer Fie Sunday

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he translates it here as leaves even thoughts in your breast pack if you select According to the legend, hold on Tyler Tada. I'll describe it. It's that which makes you feel uneasy.

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That which makes you feel uneasy. Hacker Fie something and it moves around in your heart doesn't feel like something about it makes you feel uneasy. Alright, so it's that which makes you feel uneasy says very good manners.

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And ism is that which makes you feel uneasy, and one

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Half of that you hate that other people should know about. But

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let's read the headings. Even though this is not in this at this link is not in the US.

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We're not in the original Arabic

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learn something man. Before he went to the prompts listen.

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Oh, I'm sorry. Well,

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we put in a very last line, we put it that he went to the profit syllable and he was set up with the intention of asking him about everything you needed to be if you found a group of Muslims surrounding them and asking them questions surrounding the Prophet. He started passing through them. And they rebuked him saying the last messenger sent him alone. Yeah, why he said he's fine. Let me approach it. To me he's the most beloved person to a lot of messenger thinks it wouldn't

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come close at what he said. He went and sat close to him today is nice. That's the messenger sort of always that was nice. Yeah, a lot of messenger. I love messenger stories and ask them you know, obviously

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people can managed to

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watch or would you like me to tell you about backlinks you came to inquire? replied indeed Yeah, sure. Well, so tell me the messenger said test ability when you came to ask about bidding if you see that's the only thing that's in Arabic everything else it has been entered by the translator. He said yes indeed. So the messenger messenger

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took three gather three fingers and thumb index in the middle while he says brush within that said Yeah, what he said.

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He said yeah, we saw

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he

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was Steph t Neff sec. of goodwill mathema internet he nefs welcome I need him. Well, it might have been called me without his solder or in attacking. That's left to Yeah, wow. Check your heart and check yourself repeating this three times better is that this pattern beer is that which specifies the soul of the conference the heart and if it is that which weaves the thoughts in your in the heart and echoes in the breath, even if it makes you feel uneasy and causes confusion, and it taught that Southern something that makes you confused, right? Isn't this

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I'm a fan of crush, crush, crush a buddy level and put it that he asked a lot of special just solo I think he was said yeah, I was listening, tell me what things are permissible to make and that and those things that are prohibited. Give me pi.

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Okay.

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And the point here was to mention

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just that and bitter and ithamar are opposites the beer and art are opposites and that was the point that it will tie in wanted to emphasize here that Islam is the the opposite of a bit just so that we get a decent understanding of what beer is. So the hairy pits in headache in the last

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year we're gonna keep we're going to at least inshallah take

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Yeah, at least take basics.

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We're in plaster. Beer implies taqwa under the meaning of beer comes in man with all of its apparent and conceal manifestation what does that mean he man with all its apparent and concealed manifestation

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was handed down grades tonight.

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Eman all it's a parent and concealed manifestations problem.

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beliefs and actions okay.

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You know Arabic So what's that an Arabic

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two things.

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Play around with Sonic leash

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man.

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I just want to do what you love.

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You man. Hold on.

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One.

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Everybody boots.

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Like you ready and he man and the man Hold on

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tight

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You all know poles because coal is the is the noun, right? And the verb is Carla and the command form of that verb is quote, like pull pull alone. Right. So, hold means what is statement and his actions, okay. Amen. Amen. Repeat. Amen. Hold on.

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So he made his statement as an action that I want you to look up here. Now. Look, I see that. Okay, so Eman is what? statements and actions and we're going to go a little further. When we say statements. Okay, we're talking about the statement of the heart, whole little puzzle. And the statement of the Tom Cole, listen, we say statements of the heart that makes no sense in English because your heart doesn't say anything. So we need to take a step back. And what does that mean we say statement of the art.

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There is a fundamental right fundamental beliefs of Islam. That's what it means when we say statements of

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the fundamental beliefs of Islam, like, the articles of Amen. Your faith in Allah.

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And his angels in his books and the messengers, right? We say Kowloon can be, that's what it's referring to. So statement of the heart

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is those fundamental beliefs. And then this when we say statement of the tone, the amount referring to one thing here, which is that not a long time ago, that testimony, okay?

01:01:56--> 01:01:59

So, all that's part of even

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the statement of the tone is a result of what is in the heart because you can't testify in truth, unless you actually believe it. Right. So that's the one side of me, that's the pole in the middle, hold on. And then we had, I'm alone, the actions like the actions include your heart, your tone and your limbs. What's an example of the actions of the heart and this is actually English by the way like this used in English.

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beads of your heart actions of the heart like what?

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Love love what

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Okay, love for your brother to fight that's part of he meant love for a loss hands on is a major part of the actions of the heart. In fact, the actions of the heart will also go back to three things, love of a loss and fear of a loss of hands out, hoping a loss

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and to walk upon a loss, right to reliance upon an action of the heart. Right ynab and Toba repentance and really turn into love all of those actions with the heart type actions of the tongue,

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Vicar reading the Koran do all of these actions or we have the tongue ashes of the limbs like one

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like giving charity that like salaat

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like fasting, which is interesting because actually, it isn't actually the limbs when it's reframed. So the point is all of that Eman encompasses all of that. All of it. Right Eman is the product is auto snaps it is 170 some odd branches. Man Hold on. Wow statement in extra time. So that should help us to understand where where we are right now. There is what inclusive what is the relationship between beer and he meant beer is inclusive of human. He man has both what a parent and concealed components people.

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And taught were certainly included in this meme. Yeah, tough what is certainly included in the meaning of what he meant. And better encompasses email

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is frequently used to describe the heart. Okay, so what I want you to write here before between the and heart is frequently used to describe the beer of the heart or beer is most commonly used to express the beer of the heart

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which is

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the presence of the sweetness of faith. So beer is mo is most commonly used to express the bit of the heart, which is the presence of the sweetness of faith, the sweetness.

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The men,

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which in turn, produces in the heart, as you'll see here, right? You see that here, which in turn, it's the second line. Towards the end of that paragraph, which in turn produces in the heart serenity Puget Sound is satisfied what it says soundness here, what it what it means is that it's the hardest when you taste the sweetness of faith, and the heart would be free from spiritual diseases. That's what it means when it says sound in this set and metal and he said attitude club. If it doesn't happen, it's free up spiritual diseases, not

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satisfaction and contentment, right.

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Straight to the delight and delight.

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But he man is still to the heart delight, sweetness and pleasure. A person does not experience this totally lacks. All right, so So very quickly writing what is the relationship between beer and Eman beer is inclusive of a man, any man is well.

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Cold

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it's the statement of the heart. And the Spirit in the statement of the tone it is the actions of the heart tone, and lips. And all of that is included nip tuck, what therefore is also included in the meaning of bitter as it says here, and the beer of the heart equals tasting the sweetness of the men, the beer of the heart results in it should say tasting the sweetness of event and that takes us to the end of this we're going to stop and shut up but go ahead and read so keep reading for the book. A person who does not a person is an experienced is totally lacks. A person does not experience this.

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This

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but what is this?

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there okay, a person who doesn't experience bitter but specifically what part tasting the sweetness, tasting that sweetness? Okay, a person who doesn't experience that doesn't experience the delight and the sweetness and the pleasure that a man puts in the heart

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either totally lacks a man

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or as a deficiency in event a

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person does not experience this totally lacks or partially misses a man and is among those described by a loss and a slough upon what they

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call it. And then column two in relaxing who asked me learn Neverland.

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Looky loo become the bedroom and say we believe say oh Mohammed, you do not believe you can only say we have submitted to you as Muslims for Eman has not yet entered your hearts. The lack of two views regarding these bedrooms, the more correct view is that they were Muslims, not tickets, yet they were not full believers, because he man had not yet entered and truly touched their heart. And this is shallow but I do want to just explain this.

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So I am I have a lot of data to say here that those who do not

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taste the sweetness of faith. They don't taste the sweetness of emotion.

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They are like these veterans that Allah Subhana Allah is describing in the Quran.

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When a large window system says that the Allah said and then we have faith we add an Amen.

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A larger bill tells the proper It is hard to Sam to say to them who took me No

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you do not have he men do not have even one second what you kulu but instead you should say as slim men, we have an absurdist slam we have submitted

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well then man, email

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man has not yet entered your hearts. Like he says here and this is my question is this is referring to hypocrites.

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No fight. Who is it referring to?

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How do we know? Sin burglars? Yes, these are people who have entered into Islam but have not yet reached a level of amen as we know the dean is three levels Islam and he man and a cent. So they entered into that level of Islam

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But they're not full believers yet they're not they don't have the full Amen. Right, which is known as men and Muslim, which is different from which is perfect faith, or added that they have perfected the obligations of of faith, which is different from look looking at men, which means that they have some degree of a faith. And every Muslim has some level of men. But that doesn't mean that that they can be described as being men in that sense, right? Just as every moment has some level of accent, even though they can't be described as being a Mufson. And they don't have enough to actually be described as being alright. And I mean, that goes across it goes, it's, for example, if somebody

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might play a sport, right, but they just kind of play on a set. See, somebody else might ask them Can you play, he said, I can't play, it doesn't mean that they can't play at all. It just means that they're not a player of that, that you wouldn't be described as a player of that particular thing. You might cook food, but nobody's gonna describe you as being a chef. Well, I mean, some of you must know a lot.

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But what I'm saying is you do you get the idea that just because you cook does not make you a a chef. So just because you have some level of some degree of event doesn't mean that you've reached the level where you can be called a moment. So it will pay for him alongside us. And so there are people that are like that. They have some level of demand, but they're not tasting the sweetness of faith. And that is why they can't be described as me being believers now,

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even though claimed by human law says that the correct opinion about this is that these better ones were not hypocrites, right? How do we know that? Because the law told them told the prospect someone to tell them to say that we said that. And the hypocrite does not it's not even described, even though apparently they describe this lamp, they can't really they haven't really submitted. And then a lot of them don't also says well let men and not yet which which is indicative that it's going to happen, that a man will eventually enter into their hearts. And that's not the also not the status of the hypocrites. And much more can be said about that. Taking Enough of your time, that won't

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fail. And I hope you'll go back and read over, like, keep up with the lessons, go back and read them again, if you have questions, come back to those questions and shout outs at the main thing that we wanted to get out today is to start our journey in defining bid. Because we haven't gotten to talk about wanting to get to Tacoma, we haven't got there, gotten there. And then inshallah, when we start the next lesson, we'll talk about the components of bid which are going to be fine. So read ahead and just see what you're gonna receive on your own inshallah. And, you know, hopefully that'll that'll help to prepare for the next lessons. Yes.

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So this not necessarily, not this particular item is not necessarily, but it is, I'm assuming, and from the app, and assuming that no person says about themselves and me, in the sense that I have completed my obligations of faith. Now, if somebody asks, in the capacity of, are you a Muslim or a Catholic, then when you say I am a woman, in this sense, you're not using the term to say, to validate your faith, but you're using that term to identify yourself as a Muslim, right.

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And this is why down to the son of us to say and he shall love and they would never, they would never make that Jasmine young which is to affirm for themselves, that faith, even

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some kind of belonging, having a shadow of a doubt and

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so on.