Book of Fasting – Episode 02 – Preserving the Fast

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I want to start

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off with some LC heads are made in the lab along with the letter, or your

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shadow learning down in the lower

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shadow. And then after

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a while early, he was happy with some of them went to Steven casilando, Naomi Dean, and my bad savoca.

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Okay, so we'd like to continue with the book of fasting from San Diego, Carly.

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And just to recap some of what we already covered.

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To recap some of what we've, what we've already covered, we're gonna go over some questions, but I want to know,

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why do we choose why we choose saleable art?

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Yes, after the most comprehensive

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saying it actually says that it's the most authentic book of a Hadith of the Prophet it is Salatu was sitting. Okay. And also, as you mentioned, it is comprehensive. So we're not just dealing, we're not just dealing with the cancer. So we're not just dealing with the rulings of fasting. But we've also covered for example, the virtue of fasting, we've covered a bunch of other things related to fasting, not necessarily just rulings. So that's one reason what's the difference between studying and had either study and fifth?

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studying as I understand, we can understand it from the heading to

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the head he does right now.

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The way that the property cycle Sam used to do things.

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Well, is directly telling you what the problem is I saw them said or did was that different than a fifth book?

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interpretation? Yes.

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Okay, so Heidi, is what he means is revelation, because the problem does not speak from his own desires, things that he does not from his own desires, His revelation, that was a real thing. And

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I don't want translations, I want you to talk to me about what practically What's the difference? If we were to study a book of Philip right now? What would you get from fifth immediately?

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usually studying

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rulings that have already been affected by previous college. Okay, so let me repeat that. So when you're studying film, you're you're studying the rulings that have already that other previous scholars, whether they're from Assad with a teddy, you know, those that came after them, or the previous scholars have extracted from,

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from the grind of the province, it is? sometimes not. Sometimes it's PS and sometimes it's just a person's opinion. Right? Okay.

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right. So when you're studying, how do you get here, you're studying actual evidence itself. And then you have to look at what has been extracted from that from the scholars as well. I mean, you can't just come, especially if you don't have the tools, if you don't have the tools to extract meanings from that evidence or rulings from evidence that you still gonna have to go back to the scholars. It's not something that you're avoiding the scholars right here, you're dealing directly with evidence, which means that in general,

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a fifth book is going to be a lot more direct and concise.

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Which is good, which is good to study, especially for beginner. Like, if you want to study about Ramadan, or your fasting, Ramadan is good to go through a book of filth with somebody that can, you know, walk you through it, especially for those things where that book may have gone against the majority of the scholars and is not solid evidence for what they're for what they say.

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Again, it's a sensitive topic. When we're dealing with the Hadith of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, you're dealing with the evidence itself. It allows you to live with the Prophet sallallahu is something that allows you to live with his statements allows you to see and you'll see, you'll see today that through studying Heidi, you get something that you don't get through studying books or films.

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And vice versa, it doesn't mean that one is necessarily better than the other, it's just different. And most of the time, we learn things differently, which means that you studied this way, you might get 50%, you study it another way you add on another 20%. So you did 70% of the standard study. And again, this is why repetition is important. Repetition is important. Don't think that you can study something once they get done. And it's why some of the brothers in here, Mashallah older with the henon, and beards and so forth. And they, and they're saying after the class, you know, I never looked at it like that before. I never understood it like that before. And it's not because I

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haven't studied.

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It's everybody who continues to study is going to continue to learn, and you're going to learn different things. If you went through the I have the deal with Ramadan, and the Koran, those five items in sort of two buckets, buckler, and you read every text you you can get your hands on, engineer to somebody, and according to be in theory, you go to apply ban, for example, and you read, you will find even in the Tafseer of those, I had to get different benefits we're going to cover today,

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shall we out this one heavy,

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a great scholar and a lot of him a whole lot. extracted from one heavy 1001 benefits

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100. So we're going to read the heavy if you read fettled by by when hedging or find a bunch of benefits to the same ad, but not 1000 to one. And that's just the way it is. So this is the study of Islam. And it's just stay with us until we die. We asked the last panel data to make us die as Muslims.

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Anybody wishes.

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Like this will?

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Read the the darks, the dark, the bold questions, these questions we already covered the ones that are not bold. Cover them the last time I read them. Let's see. Let's see if people remember how did I was?

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explained the statement A lot has no need. Let's go Let's go read these. Let's see.

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What's passing an obligation before the second year? Explain your answer? Yes or no?

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Yes, yes, it was much faster.

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Sure. A lot. Right. Not Mama. But so was faster obligation. If you mean Ramadan didn't know. That's correct. But it just says fasting. It doesn't say fasting the month of Ramadan. So actually, I was an obligation before the second half of the year by naming these three virtues of fasting as described in the Bible.

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Yeah. So we'll be

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done. Except that was nice class.

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Well, that is true. Yeah.

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Okay, that actually was part of what we covered

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for the sins that a person has committed. So anybody else? remember anything? Okay, we're gonna cover some more of them today.

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What is what is meant by the fitna that one encounters with his spouse Well, what's that mean?

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What is meant by the

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hardships? The troubles and harsh Okay, if you face troubles and hardships. Why see Sue forgot the honey because it says that, that fasting expiate that fitna, if fitna, here meant the trials and the difficulties and so forth. You didn't sin.

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That type of fitness itself expiate sin, especially if you're patient with it. So that's not the fit that has been talked about.

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For that heavy, Yeah, go ahead.

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Everybody else we'll take a stab at

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it here it's referring to the shortcomings and fulfilling their duties, scalding pfitzner because of pfitzner that that's one that's one way to look at. And then

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the fact that it takes the

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distraction, the distraction, that's the word I'm looking for the distractions that your wife and your wealth and your neighbor calls you from and from the worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. Because I'm fitna

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Matt, y'all sorry for any D. It's what

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virtue or takes you away from from the dean. How do you have a fitna with your neighbor? Does anybody remember what the scholar said about that?

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What is the fits in with your neighbor. He has things that you don't have. And so you envy him or you don't appreciate what you have right? Or you have things he doesn't have. And so you write, so you eat, your neighbor has things that you don't have. And so you either envy him, or you you don't show gratitude for what you have.

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That's the pfitzner from your neighbor. It's not that your neighbor is a fitna it's that there is a fitna inside you because of your neighbor

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or, or he has less than you had. And so now you become arrogant. And you belittle him because he has less

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Study, revise repetition, so that you don't forget these things important function. Explain the statement, Amman is no need for him leaving off his food and drink. Okay, don't answer that. Now. We're going to cover that today inshallah. Allah loves the smell that emanates from the mouth of a fancy person, it is best not to clean up is it? Is it best not to clean your teeth during the days of Ramadan?

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What are the consequences of sexual intercourse during the daytime of Ramadan? This is so so these last two questions that we had here that was actually from the last dose now we didn't cover it. We didn't get it. All right. And these are some of the ones that we need to cover today. Is vomiting breaking the fast

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Why is there a difference of opinion about the JAMA company while fasting?

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Is it permissible to donate blood while fasting? Give a detailed answer. All right hamdulillah.

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I'm going to move off of this but since these we have from the last lesson, this is directly from the other transactional sample card and I wanted to show some of the

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some of the mistakes that were made because again, you can't always rely on the translation it's important to see that

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it doesn't mean that the translations are no good doesn't mean that but it does mean that you can't rely on it and that there's sometimes things that are actually totally inaccurate

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as we've covered matching that minimum code is what I'm going to be he was for so chapter whoever does not give a blind speech while observing so

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what's wrong with that translation

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chapter whoever does not give up line speech while observing some horrible hiring bad men lamb Yeah, that Kona Zoo well I'm gonna be for soap

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right so so here in Arabic it says well Amma be called Azores well I'm gonna be whoever does not give up false speech. And he says acting according to it, which which we'll talk about inshallah whoever does not give up false feet and acting according to it while observing the fast life on the horizon for the Allahu Allah So ladies and

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men, let me call the zoo while I'm gonna be here for the son in law he had the Indiana farmer who was all over the province of Alonissos said whoever does not give up for speech and evil actions, the law is not in need of him leaving his food and drink any above will not accept his fasting.

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In this headies narrated by Evo on the allowable 10 annual says that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says whoever does not abandon coal, so.

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Here, it says here forged speech. That's a very ad English construction. We don't talk like that. And it doesn't really have a meaning for us. So, false speech is closer, but actually cola zoo is all speech that is hot.

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Any type of speech that is hot comes under the heading cold azura. So whoever does not leave off false speech, hate speech. Like what?

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Like backbiting like slander, like

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See kirsi, like,

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line line, actually acota Zord without even thinking about as the first thing somebody would think of his line. All right.

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And so pantalon so here whoever does not leave off

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false finish are hon speaker. And then he says, and I'm on a level B and E allameh. bizu. Okay. And what that actually, you know, with the scholars have said that that means they're there those actions which harm your integrity. Alright, so think think about it from that air, what what you might do, that would make someone doubt your integrity. Don't just say and that's kind of how you can narrow it down. All right, so whoever doesn't leave off false speech, harassed speech, and human actions, especially those which would harm a person's integrity. And there's some narrations also, that says when Jen and

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which is normally translates ignorance, but the devil hears from Jehovah, which means to act foolishly, not all foolish, foolishness is hot. Right? So is that there has to be an AMA vizor. Acting, or doing Han actions, and Johanna, which is just behaving foolishly, without discretion, even though somebody might not be able to come and say, you know, that's Haram. And here's the deal for it. You have to be different when you're fasting. And that's part of it. And that's why Java doesn't have the level the love triangle said that the day that you fast should not be like the day that you don't fast.

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The dates that your behavior is going to be different, you're gonna behave, you're gonna act different. So whatever doesn't leave off false speech, and evil actions than what Allah has no need for him to leave off his food, and his drink. Okay.

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What exactly does that mean? That a lot is no need for him to leave off his food and his drink? If he doesn't do that. does that imply

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that if he avoids

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all for speech, he goes, the whole day zips like this, say anything wrong. And he does no bad actions during the day that Allah does need to leave office food and drink. Right? Good.

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All right, because Allah subhana wa tada is, honey Subhana, WA Tada, he is absolutely free of me. He is rich, he needs absolutely nothing is independent. Okay, so

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how do we understand?

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Think about like this, especially for the older brothers who have children. You know, when you try to get to your child, that summer job,

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and you go, you talk to your friend, listen, just hire him for the summer. friend is like, there's no place for him at the job. Like, there's nothing for him to do here. Say, I know that he needs to get the experience of getting to work on time. Seeing how, how it works. As a matter of fact, I'll give you the money to pay him every week. Like, I just want him to get the experience or something like that.

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For sure. At least at least we got some for sure. I've heard of I don't brothers in this community.

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All right. So now, what happens is the kid it comes to work late.

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And once twice, His disposition at work is just is like doesn't want to be there even when he is there. And so the owner of the businesses Miss, if you can kind of work once.

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And you can at least be pleasant while at work. I don't have any need for you to be here.

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Does he have a need for him to be there? If he does come and he's nice, and now he doesn't have any form at all. But he's trying to tell him that the purpose of you being here, right, is for you. Right? If you need to come with this kind of disposition, you need to come learn some discipline, you need to be on time. And so a lot of that in here are in the profit. I think the slides were saying is letting us know that unless runs out is not telling us the fast so that we start in that we get thirsty.

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That's the part of that. That's the fast is that your tongue fast that you limbs fast that you refrain from evil speech, that you refrain from evil deeds, because that is tougher, and that is what the fastest

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been prescribed force. And we can go into a whole lot of detail about that. But that's not the point is just to understand this particular Heidi. So, this one is clarifying for us from the tongue of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam what the objective of the fast is

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that is to do leave off all that is high in speech and action, how does that coincide with tapah

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because tuck was what?

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linguistically what his stuff will come from.

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And require, right which is which is a protection, a shield or a barrier, and that is that you put a barrier between yourself and the displeasure of Allah subhanaw taala. So, you refrain from doing anything that will one that was subjected to the punishment of a loss of habitat and that is why, actually, taqwa is closer to refraining than it is from doing some of the last fantastic combines with our new Allah and believe what telkwa obit refers to acts of righteousness and tough one is referring to avoiding that which is haha and so we're supposed to cooperate in doing righteous deeds and cooperate and avoid that.

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So when tough one bid are combined, they're not synonymous when they mentioned by themselves, they are synonymous.

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How do you all know English or English either shooting chapter should I say should one say I'm observing so or fast on being abused? nanny insulted shooting any

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Oh, shut them out. Oh, he assaulted him. Right? So somebody is fasting and a person comes and insults him? How? How does one handle that? No. I'd be hovering over the Allahu anhu Yoku color a little light

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on Allahu kulu kulu I'm Nev Adam laahu illa cm fen who lead Zb for cm agenda, where they carry almost only a honeycomb follow your fourth will is how to insert a high proportion of failure pool in me in Rouen saw him would have been FC Mohammed and D Eddie. The Hulu family saw me out here in the library and misc. They saw me for heightened yahama in after for a while either lucky or both, but they saw me he

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was messenger sallallahu Sallam said, Allah said all the deeds of Adam son in people are for them except fasting, which is for me. And I will give the reward for anti stop there because this part of the Hadith, there's a lot, there are several interpretations of this part of the heavy.

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And there are several narrations of this heavy. And when we want to understand how these fully, it's important to understand that we need to gather what they call Yani general. So we want to gather all of the particular narrations of a particular of a hobby to try to get the full understanding. So here, one of the things that helps us understand this because this is actually problematic if you read it as it is, all of the deeds of the children of Adam are for them.

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Except fasting, which is for me.

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What does that mean?

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Go ahead, man.

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Showing off.

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So people can do actions, and they're showing off but fasting, there's no showing off in the fasting search for love. Okay.

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Except that What about a hungry lie like the majority of Muslims who pray for love, they make hij for Allah, that is not for people.

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Not to say the problem. If you just take it with that particular interpretation.

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We can because it does, it does give the impression that the majority of what's being done is for other than last time, but that's not that's not the case. It's clarify and I will give the reward for it's clarified and other Hadeeth were were lost hands out data set the proxy some says that a law says all of the deeds of the children of Adam are for them and has an A to B actually m that he had he less sebree mirante it later in the song for z Bz. So that part of the habit is left out and we'll read like this all of the deeds of the children of Adam are for them. They are more

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Supply, they are for them multiply 10 to 700 times, meaning they are multiplied 10 to 700 times for them

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except for fasting, because fasting is for me, exclusively,

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whatever, what is Zb and I will reward for it, meaning that it's not confined to that 10 to 700 times, and 700 times a lot, a lot.

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Now, imagine, imagine some kind of laws that you give $1 for the pleasure of a lost in that sincerity that was in that given, and the fact that that was half of your wealth at the time, for example, and you gave it for lunch, and alone, multiply that for you 700 times. So if you gave $700 instead of one.

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And if you gave 1000, like 700, like you gave 700,000 was three quarters of a million.

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Like that's, that's a lot, but with fasting, the last method says is for him. Now. What, what what makes fasting so exclusive?

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What makes this so different than all the acts of a bank?

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So yes, it is unseen. In here, we're not talking about the actions of the heart, by the way, as in hope or fear velocity in time and hope in Allah. And in a TOEFL, Allah, your reliance upon a loss of human data, your love of lust and time, here, we're talking about the rituals of Islam.

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Like your fast, like your cat, like your prayer, like your height, and so forth, right? So all of those actions, it is possible that one does them for Allah, and does them for other than a loss of habitat. And even more large island, he said, a solaria fee, there's no react in in fasting, because you fasting is not actually a something that you can see. It's not something that you can see.

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So it is internal, in that sense. And therefore there is no reaction and that and that's normally now person if a person begins to talk about it, the next was someone and not necessarily react that is that they're seeking some type of reputation. Not necessarily that they're going for RBS, which is the BC. So a person might say, in other days, panelo is real hot, you know, and I was fasting and I was just, you know, everybody around me, you know, the food was smelling so good man. But the Lord blessed me to be patient.

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So what sort of person is not? Yeah, it's basically like he allowed me to, you know,

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but but you people have to be careful, you do have to be very careful people do it somehow, like you had a lot of on hikes.

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You know, spend a lot is this, no person doesn't even know that you may have. And you can make the same as hell out of those beautiful minutes. But I was praying for mycetoma

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detection well, because because fasting is not fasting without an intention. So in other words, a person who abstains from food and drink for the whole day, but they had no intention to fast, then it then it doesn't count as a fast. So like, for example, let's just say a person. They worked a night shift, they were up all night.

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They pre selected Frederick, and he went to sleep. And they didn't wake up until door 10 and just think about the winter because the days are last year. They prayed God wasn't hungry, when I'll do what he had to do. He prayed Magnum came around, he didn't eat or drink all day.

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Does that count as a day of fasting?

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Because he had no intention. He didn't have the intention. So it does the fasting is the intention of refraining from food and drink and so on.

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Of course,

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fasting is a shield, not fasting is a shield or protection from the fire and from committing sins. Okay. So So again, this is not in the in the air.

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In Arabic, it says FCM was Seattle June, fasting is a shield. And then they went on and said what?

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Or protection from the fire and from committing citizen I mean

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If there were brackets there to indicate that that's just not there in Arabic, then that would be a lot better.

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If one of you is fasting, he should avoid sexual relations with his wife. And quarreling. So a rough Earth is not just sexual relations with the with one spouse.

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And again, I mean,

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we're in Canada, Yo, moosonee I had the comb fella, yo.

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It's just talking to men and women, it's not just talking to the man who's got a white note of office is, is

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gee, man, we will cut demand from G man. And it's it's the intercourse itself, and anything that leads to it that should be avoided during the fast

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quarreling, no.

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In the Yes, hub means to raise his voice to scream, you know, loud and, you know, that's what needs to be avoided, not just arguing. Just being loud, in general, has to be avoided, should be avoided going too fast. Do you see what's happening here though, this whole thing is about, like even the last heavy, you're avoiding false speech, you're avoiding harsh speech, you're avoiding foolishness, you're avoiding acting without discretion, you're avoiding being loud and as fast and refines you

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the voice is low.

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This would be better.

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And if someone should fight or quarrel with him, he should say I'm fasting. So So if someone tries to,

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if someone tries to

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solve anything, someone tries to fight him, or

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or insults him, or insults him, then he should say, I am fasting.

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He should say, fast. Like,

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by him, he knows him by soldiers that we already covered, he should say I am fasting and fasting twice. And McCarty brings this whole Heidi, because of what

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that one line right there would cover right now, which says what

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he should say I am fast. Look back at the title of the chapter. What does it say? Should one thing I am observing?

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Right? So the whole reason at the heart of what this whole hajis again, was because of that one line? Say I'm fast. So we'll stop right there just for a second? Because the the scholars have different. Is this only when a person is fasting in Ramadan? Or is it when a person is fasting? Any effects? Why do you think they differ on that?

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voluntary Rafi, give me a little more than that. Yes.

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Because what

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it specifies when to say,

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Why do you think?

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Because one first is obligatory, because the one fast is obligatory, and by you saying I'm fasting in Ramadan. Okay, it doesn't it's not anything special, because the Muslims are fasting around that. But if it was a if it was, let's just say an off day, just a random Monday or Tuesday, and you were fasting and somebody who's going to say, Listen, I'm fasting.

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Could that be some kind of reaction, and you don't want people to know that you're fasting?

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This is why they differ. But the reality is, is that this hobby is not specific to Ramadan. And that's the correct opinion of scholars is that whenever a person is fasting, if somebody is trying to assault him, he tells him listen, I'm fasting, why? What was the benefit? You get out of it? What do you say?

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I will tell you.

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I'm giving an example because I hear this in the community to better be glad I'm Muslim.

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Right. In other words, I have the ability to respond in kind and even and even more we can we can turn a rock fight into a new

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Clear, you know, bomb fight.

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Because Because I'm built like that, right? But I'm fast. So look just basically trying to tell him back off. Because we don't need that we don't need this thing escalate that that's that's really actually what you're saying citizen are fast

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it's a reminder for yourself honestly, even when you say it out loud, it actually is different than just being an art. And when you say Listen, I'm fast. And please just

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that's basically, you know, in the Scott was mentioning, I mean, it's not exactly

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the Philadelphia words.

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But almost that

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a human whose hands My soul is the unpleasant smell coming from out from the mouth of a passing person is better in the sight of a law than this one of us. And notice that it says in the love, so it's better to a loss of habitat than the smell of Musk is not better to your wife. It's not better to your husband to your children, you shouldn't,

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when you notice that, that the odor in your mouth has changed. And it should, it should make you self conscious. And what happens then too Is it goes back to what we talked about before. Whoever doesn't leave off what

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speech line during Ramadan, leaving off the Haram speech, when you notice that even when you talk it's not a great smell.

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It should help you to you know,

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right? However,

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because there that's that smell often is is emanating from insect because you haven't eaten anything. So even if you would have brushed your teeth, or use a miswak, for example, it's going to remove some of the odor. But there's still going to be that which remains an analyst pantalla loves that smell. Why?

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Because it emanates, it's coming from his worship, his obedience to Him.

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And it's the fruit of obeying Him.

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And so it smells, that smell is more you know, beloved to Allah to Allah than that of musk.

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There are two pleasures for the fasting person, one at the time of breaking his fast and the other at the time when he will meet his lower law and he will be pleased because of his fans. That needs no explanation.

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Only that Allah Allah,

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Allah, Allah Abele manipulated us What

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a terrible cm,

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feeding bottle.

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Chapter 16, the statement of Allah Almighty eat and drink until you can clearly discern the white thread from the black thread of the dawn, then complete the fast until the night appears. The topic has also been addressed in the bar from the profits always at the bar. This chapter is what chapter number 16 and chapter 15, you'll find the hadith of Al Bara. And he goes into a little bit of detail concerning this ayah. But we don't we're not going to cover that in this particular class. So let's just recap very quickly, some of what we've already covered. Like

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if someone

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insults you while you're fasting, and they they just they're being relentless, and you feel the need to respond. What should you say to them?

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Like the first time, like the first time you can say it twice. So you can say once it is showing that there is some leeway, and how you say that. Okay, let's go a little further back. What does it mean when we say that Allah has no need for the person to leave off his food and drink?

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No food and drink is worthless, right? Leaving off food and drink is not the objective of fasting. That is, it is the definition of fasting.

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Or it's part of the definition of fasting but it's not the objective of fasting and that needs to be on the front of your mind. When you start your fasting Ramadan, that the goal of this fast is not for me to get through the day.

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Because that's that's some people that that's some people so I just need to make it through today. No, a loss might help you get through the day. He's the one that created you He knows how your body works.

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He created how your body works, he's going to last for the age of getting through the day.

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You have to take control of your tongue, take control of your limbs, these are the things that you have to worry about. And a last minute I will provide, you'd be very happy. It's time to break your fast because you are obedient to Allah subhanho wa Taala throughout that day, and through his obedience, your heart is finding that tranquility because it's getting closer to a loss of contact.

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So Pamela, you find that some people, you know,

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they longed to hear from certain friends that they haven't talked to in a while, or maybe a person was imprisoned and they only get one phone call a day or one phone call a week and they can't wait because they want that relationship to continue alive. So Joe is blessing us in Ramadan to to get closer to him than at any other time. And to really develop that

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and strengthen that relationship with Him subhana wa tada and that's why you find that the Muslims all over the world are so happy when Ramadan comes who gets happy when you don't eat

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and don't drink like

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the Muslims. Yeah, exactly. Exactly what is because you take something around that is prevalent and that no pun intended. But you do you take something that the sweetness of the facts

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No. All right, so yeah, so the statement of a lost fantastic eat and drink until you can clearly discern the white thread from the black thread of the dawn then complete the fast until the night appears. Okay, list three rulings that can be extracted from this I just want you to take one minute exactly one minute and work with your partner. Okay, and it caught with three rulings that you can extract from this I'm just gonna start now. You got a minute

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we're down to 50 seconds.

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one Okay, time is up somebody give me one rule Yes.

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Which is one which is one Okay, so fasting begins Yes, that's one thing we get Yes, but

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it ends when

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it ends when it ends at nighttime and nighttime begins at sunset yes

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you can eat and drink throughout the night all the way up until that time so number one fasting begins with dawn number two fasting ends when night appears look at that right in a row. So

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number three, eating and drinking is permissible throughout the night. That was not a setup I practiced.

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number one, yes. Nearly

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10 minutes before

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we start travel sick.

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Yeah, so so fasting begins with dawn that that whole, like those calendars that say him sank in 10 minutes before and so on, so forth.

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inshallah we'll cover it at a different time, approximately someone did use the stop. He would stop eating before fudging but it's permissible to eat up until

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the province alive Southern use the status and it's about the level of data and who said when he was asked how much we between the time that you have stopped in between and then a budget who said cut that off from Siena at the time that it would take one to read 15 items.

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One of them have been hedger about him a lot. He says that that's approximately four to six minutes. Okay, because

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because of the ads if you take the ads and we'll tell us if you cover an issue that hadn't

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But one of the interesting things about that about that Heidi Sue Pamela, is that

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look at look at how they measured time, that shows you that their relationship with the prime was major.

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Because they they know what that meant,

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by the time to take you to refit the eye

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that we should be like, would that mean?

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You know, because that's not our relationship with the book of their relationship.

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So that meant something to them. That meant something to them the same way, if somebody say it, right? Everybody knows where the Dunkin Donuts is, right? And say, Well, how long it's taking, it's about the same time it does to get to the Dunkin Donuts, because you can pretty much figure that out as a three, three minute walk or a four minute walk. Yeah,

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clearly discern, right?

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Right, the issue is fasting begins with fabric, that is when you begin the fast,

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meaning that it is permissible for you to eat up until up until that point, it is not permissible to eat after the event has been called. And again, that's going to be covered in a different champion show on next week. But it's not permissively because some people are on this thing. And it's it's a long story, we had to deal with some people that say well, as long as in my hand when the event is called which is totally bastardizing the Hadith of the Prophet Isaiah.

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So you know he spooning on a plate he knows only two minutes left, you know before

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but but but also the idea of there being a chart.

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Basically, you know, making you feel bad if you eat afterwards, and also not for profit. But here, here's the

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here is the first Howdy. This is actually a hobby.

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You know, that hardy mentions with his chain of narration under this chapter 16. Yes, but I've even just renamed this.

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I've even had him said when it was revealed, eat and drink until you can clearly discern the white thread from the black thread. I got a black string and a white string and I put them under my pillow. I began to look at them during the night, but it was not clear to me. In the morning, I went to the messenger of the loss of a loved one, he was alone and mentioned that to him and he said, that means the blackness of the night and the whiteness of the day.

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Okay. So, in this heavy, what we get is that I even had to run the alongside and one as you'll see from the next hobby, they appear to be other

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companions. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam who had a similar understanding when this is was revealed, had tend to be in Aleppo, heightened, heightened.

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Okay, eat and drink. And so you can discern the white thread from the black thread. So he went and tagged to string up.

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And he went to the messenger live says, What's the messenger? So Aloha, he was telling me he mentioned what he did. And the prophet SAW it, someone said, It clarified him. That's not what that means. That means the blackness of the night and the whiteness of the day. Meaning what, when,

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when Frederick comes in, when budget begins, okay, here, one of the benefits that we get from this Hubby, obviously, besides the fact that the prompts I sent him here is clarifying.

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And as soon as the Prophet alayhi salatu salam clarifies what may be mentioned in a general fashion, the bronto specifies and so forth. One of the things will be benefit here is that if a person genuinely misunderstands the

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meaning, and you can see that there was a way to have misunderstood that, right, I mean, it's clear like you can see why he would, why he would come to that conclusion that that person is not held accountable is not sinful, for what they've done. In fact, there's no indication that the prophecy Selim told him to make up his fast even though he was clearly eating after fudger. Okay, and that's because it was based on a valid misunderstanding is not is not an intentional thing. And he also he also noticed that as soon as he could, which was the morning, he went to the profit so like for someone to try to get clarity, okay. So that's something that they understand that not everybody is

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going to understand the for I'm the same way. But that internet is actually appreciate if you differ about something, then take it back to a lot and

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messages on the line. And then inshallah you'll get that that clarity.

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Yeah, just read English. I'm sad and sad. He says when, when eat and drink until you can clearly discern the white thread from the black thread was sent down and open the dawn had not been sent there. And in that part where it says minimum federal. So here we'll go to Washington who had to intervene a little more high to me no title as well. That's where it stopped, like you see in this hobby of it, eat and drink until you can clearly discern the white thread from the black thread of the dawn had not been revealed yet. Not

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someone who wanted to fast with time and wipe out a black thread to their legs, and would continue to eat until they could see them clearly. And that was that's after fudge. By the way. That's at mean, after the dawn, you know, after the crack of dawn after the, you know, then a friend of mine, a lot later revealed middle of the dawn, and then they knew what it meant that it meant night and day. All right. So inshallah,

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when I don't stop tomorrow morning, all right, we're going to skip from 16. And we're going to go covers chapters 29 through 3129 to 31. All of which deal with intercourse during the fast of Ramadan. What happens if a person in the daytime of Ramadan engages in sexual intercourse? All right, so those three chapters 2930, and 31. All deal with that we're only going to cover one Hadeeth because it's, it combines the other a heavy, this, this here is not a hobby, by the way. This is just the title of each chapter. And as we've covered on a number of occasions, book hardens. Fifth is where where do you understand who Hardee's fifth is in his chapter headings? So he's going

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to tell you what he understands, from the,

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from the subject itself or on the top. So nothing here is an actual hobbies and science party that bohart is pleased with being in His sight. out that's clear. And I know that that may be a little confused. It's not clear though. Okay. Very, very quickly, boccardi.

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his, his book is made up of chapter headings. And then how do you okay?

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So he's going to give you a chapter heading,

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the chapter heading here, if someone has sexual intercourse and Ramadan, that's not it, then he's going to mention to you different statements or whatever it is, and a lot of them are not going to have a snap. The snap is the chain of mirrors. And so Buhari is not telling you that these are authentic necessarily.

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He's just laying them out there, this is not considered to be part of sahid of the heart

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was part of the party is when he brings his chain from himself to the Prophet. So

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all right, and that is the study of Hubby, which is going to cover this as quickly as possible. Without going into that now. English.

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Just just reading chapter 29. If someone has sexual intercourse and Ramadan, it has mentioned that I will never reach that the Bronx alone is notice I put it is mentioned in red, because Buhari he is letting us know that this is not Sahara. And Joe.

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And Joe, he's letting you know when he when he brings what they call sealift attorney,

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especially if he brings something that goes against it. Then he's trying to let you know that even though this has been narrated, that it is not authentic. Alright, so go ahead. It is mentioned that whenever he took the Prophet said, some sort of said anyone who breaks the fast for a day in Ramadan, without excuse or illness would not make it up. Even if he were to fast forever. He could not make up the fast even if he was too fast. Forever. Okay, now, notice, and I'm going to tell you what happens when I tell you what happens.

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A person comes and they say, I read in Sahil heart, that if you break your fast, you can't make it up even if you were to fast forever.

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You see, and that's why it's so important. See this study of heavy and this is this way you get the other benefits from you're not going to find that in a fifth book, for example, right? That's why it's very important that you study with somebody.

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You don't just crack open a book. And it doesn't mean that you should not read by yourself. I advocate that you should be a strong student. But don't just study by yourself. You have to have somebody who has learned

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Deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala will learn from somebody who will learn the deen of Allah learn somebody back to the prophet Isaiah. So if you say otherwise, like I said,

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anyone who breaks too fast for a day, who said that the Prophet said anybody? Clark? No, it's not.

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That's not

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it inside that book. But that's not according to his criteria.

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You only know that when you study with somebody who knows who they're talking about. Alright, so just be careful, and Buhari does not hold that opinion. And if somebody breaks their fangs in Ramadan, without an excuse to without illness, it is a grave, grave sin.

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But it doesn't mean that they can't make that up. At some point with true Toba to a loss of data, the prophet SAW Some said Toba to Juma kubla that Toba obliterates everything that came before no matter what that might have been. Allah spent Allah forgives people who commit ship

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as long as they turn back to toe II.

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So a person who misses a day in Ramadan, they can never if they fasted for the whole year. I mean, that's for the whole year for the rest of their lives. They could make that up.

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But he

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also held that position siamo Surya, shabby

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Ibrahim agenda and hammered said he should complete another day in its place signing everyone will say you was one of the greatest of the 10 you're in a shabby was also from the tamina Virginie the image will be the size of the job it was one of the greatest students over and beloved and I bested by him enough I was one of the great students of

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Qatar that the atmosphere Lucy and command whenever you saw a man who was the shape of Abu hanifa all of them say he should complete another day in its place. In other words, if somebody does that, they make Toba to Allah. I make that day up after Ramadan

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no because not happy and is no issue is there is no snap even though all of these have been narrated in headjam and fetzima. Barry, he's gonna come in he brings you all of the SME for the statements in this room. For example, what he actually said in Bukhari says also held at a pink room so oh seven after a young men, men Ramadan in the highly enlightened, LEM youjizz Luciana Tao Hector yo Colaba insha, Allah level Asia, at Devo is a little different from what was said here, whoever breaks the fast one day in Ramadan without being sick, you know, without a valid excuse, then it will not suffice him too fast the entirety of time until he meets a lot. if Allah wills He forgives him and

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if he wills he holds him to account for a

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mess. The point here that we want to get is that it is possible to make up a day of Ramadan even though it is a great sin to break the fast without a valid excuse.

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In chapter 13, sexual intercourse in Ramadan but has nothing then he has given some thought he must be okay. That he that Jana what this means here.

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And this is where we're going to talk about this whole issue. What happens if a person commits that, you know, heinous sin, crime of sexual intercourse during the daytime of Ramadan? It says, What if he does that? And he owns he has nothing he owes nothing, because as you're gonna see, there is a Kapha Mohan lava and it's a severe penalty that one has to pay,

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freeing the slaves and if he can't do that, the fasting two consecutive months, and if he can't do that, and feeding 64 people, what if he doesn't have any wealth?

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That means that slave free and a slave is out and feeding 64 peoples out, but then somebody gives him Southern he has to use that Southern to expiate where his sin

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Okay, as we'll see,

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okay, probably

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already know who and who said, once while we were sitting with the province, a little louder, son of a man came up to him and said, messenger of Allah, I am destroyed. He asked what's wrong? He said, I had sexual intercourse with my wife while I'm fasting. The messenger will last a little longer. So I'm asked, Can you find a slave to set free? He replied, No. He asked. Can you fast for two consecutive months? He replied, No. He so long as

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I'm asked, Can you feed 64 people? He answered, No. The problem is that they're stuck there. So that so so what? explained to me the story What's going on?

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Well, he was given an

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explanation. But he can't what happened start from the beginning. So the story on words,

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was there with the campaigns and somebody came up and he said, Oh, Allah,

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I've destroyed myself.

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My this man is not looking for a way out, you have to understand that. Because he's coming to the property. So I'm saying what?

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I've totally messed up. I don't know what to do. I'll do anything to get out of the situation. Right? And so the peroxisomes said to him, what can you find this lady? Do you have asleep that you can set free? man said no, look, again, this man is really distraught, he's hurt. He's trying to figure out what to do the process and say,

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can you fast for two consecutive months? And some narrations he said about in this situation?

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I can barely pass the bump. Right? I must stop. I can't do two months. It's not gonna. He said, No. The problem is I sell them. Then asked him, can you feed 60 poor people? Do you have you know, the kind of like the chicken feed? 60 corporate man said no. He's dead. He's trying to figure out what to do. And so the process is I'm just staying there. Just you know, and the man was just there.

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To stay there. And well, while we were in that state

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update was brought to the robot civil nominee. So he has

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a lot of

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the, what he says a basket of dates. alarm clock is like,

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what you want to call it what it's made out of leather. It's a huge container.

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A big basket?

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It's Yeah, because it's not one that you carry. It's actually a lot is is 16 months. Okay, in a month is approximately

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got his 15 sock. And a sock is four months in that mud is the point 75 liters.

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Point 75 2.8. You know, liters. Sweet, which were talking about almost,

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I'm about to help you out is that pounds because this is volume? So so you're looking at gallons, right? So a slot is like, three quarters of a gallon. So you talked about 10 gallons, basically, you're talking about almost 10 gallons of updates.

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updates was brought to the province of Sony as where's the questioner, the man said here, he said some of them take this and give it away as son of a man say, All right, here we go. So the man just found the way out, because he initially did not have any wealth. Right? And so somebody just came they bought these dates to the prophet Isaiah salaatu Sudan. And so the problem is like some say he,

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you give this go give this away and southern and

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then you're good, then, you

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know, you you you made your expiation

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and now

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the man says to someone poorer than me.

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There's no family between the 200 feet, which is more than the people in my household that the hot hot, hot hot, it's it's um, if any of you been to Medina, you've driven around at all you probably see what a black stones are. It looks almost like volcanic lava that dries up. Okay, so there's two there's one on the east side of the measure of the profit side of Southern and there's one on the west side of how to attain the two habits. So he's saying Biola there's no one between these two houses. Yeah. And he nobody in Medina, okay. Which who was poor than the people in my household?

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So what happened? The profits a little low it was someone smile and to

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the cane I

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showed him

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Feeling to your family sort of privacy. So

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in the minds of a lot, this is the heavy that I was telling you about that and a lucky draws 1001 benefits from this hobby, starting with the internet, because this this, this hobby was narrated by what they call a setback.

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You've heard the

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the six books was six books I hadn't

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Who's the seventh?

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One? It says

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he's talking about the Muslim Imam.

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All right. So this this happened was collected by the seventh

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law or the terminology of hedging. And one of the interesting things about it is it has it has four tabs it in the form of the tab, even in a snap, which is which is also quite abnormal. And when you anyway, that those are quirky things, but

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but but look at look at this heavy. So Pamela, I mean, now, it does not in any, you know, by any stretch of the imagination, and make light of the crime.

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That the heinous sin that the person can, because what you see is that the consequence that results from a person having sexual intercourse, in the daytime of Ramadan number one is that he's committed a sin that is mobile. And that is that it's destructive. It destroys that person. And then a man felt that inside.

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And he went to the process of saying, I destroyed myself. And another narration taught up to a burnt up.

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I'm burnt. Oh, that's what it says. There's another narration. Right. So he recognizes that this is a terrible sin. So that's, that's the first consequence. The second is that for the remainder of that day, the person still has to refrain from anything that breaks the fast.

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Okay, so that's the second thing that a person has to do. The third is that they have to make that they have to genuinely turn back to a loss of human talent and feel regret for what they've done. Leave all fencin have firm determination not to return back to

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the forest is what we see here in this particular Heidi, which is that there is a, an emphasize severe cafo penalty.

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And it's in that order. The first is what that a person has to prove previously.

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Okay. And that meant, that meant a lot. But you see some kind of law that there are many things in this land, where freeing the slave was the explanation because Islam did not promote slavery. Slavery was a social system that existed at that time, at the time of the Prophet idea of slavery was saying, and it was not something that Islam promoted, it was something that allows some kind of data actually encouraged the freeing of slaves as a great reward. In fact, that's a sample so free and asleep type. Or if the person can't do that, then what?

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fast, two consecutive months, faster to, not or

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not, or feet 64. We know that is the next thing you have to do that. And then of a person simply cannot fast for those consecutive

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two months.

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And that's excluding, for example, if a person actually got sick, let's just say a person fast and 58 days, and then he got the flu.

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And he couldn't fast 59th and 16th that and then after a week, they feel better. They have to start over again. No, no, no, no, they just finished the two days.

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Let's say they were fast in 40 days and then either of hacking

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Can you fast on either love less hard to faster in the left hand, so he stops faster, and then he resumes after

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one day.

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if if the person cannot fast for two consecutive months, then the third thing is what?

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Sorry, 60 people 64 people be 64 and that in general. Always the kept

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Far, always the when you're expiating.

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It's always the poor people. And that's important to recognize what miskeen, which is a person who is,

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who is in need, who is in need, even if they're not totally poor, time for nothing.

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Okay, I'm going to start with this Howdy, just give me a second.

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So here is very important to recognize that because this also happens,

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this happens sometimes

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in Ramadan for the people who are not fasting because of chronic illnesses, for example, they think that sponsoring lifts are the masculine absolves them of the the, the feeding of people, but how do you know that the people that you're feeding in the message are miski?

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You understand? It's not, that's not okay. It's not okay, just to go feed a bunch of people, and you don't know if they fit that criteria of being miski. All right. So that's the fourth thing. And then the fifth thing is that you have to make up that day, even with the 60 days, that you fast, you still have to make up for it that that just the same way that a person who for example, fast, I mean, travel, and they miss the day in Ramadan, they make up that day. So what are the five things again, the person is sinful. That's number one. And it's a grave sin. It's a sin that is disruptive. The second thing is what does

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that they have to finish the fast of that day. The third thing is Toba, sincere repentance and turn it back to last without And the fourth is this severe penalty. And the fifth is what they actually have to make up that day. What we gathered from this hugging also is the mercy of our Prophet, it is so nice to see them and how he dealt with the sinful.

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Look at this man, the man was he he destroyed himself as he said, but the prophet SAW his son was very kind with him. And the Protestant setup was very concerned about him and concerned about his well being what happened. What's wrong, how did you destroy what's not okay? And so the prophesied Selim was, was so pervasive one that you can see towards the end, that I think the prophets I send them smiles Why? Because this man came

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having total remorse for what happened and he left with all these dates.

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And that shows you the mercy of Allah azza wa jal that that because this man look at told what to do with this man felt that regret, and he didn't want to go back to it. He sincerely turned to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And a lot of reward for him first.

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I mean, this is

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this is amazing, man. He quickly talk about how, like we said, we stayed there. Yeah, I mean,

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no, it wasn't, it wasn't necessarily that he was there. He was thinking about it. This is especially the homestay he was he was originally there anyway. And after the man came and asked us questions was like the proper size. So it was like, you know, can you feed 64 people? And I was like, No, that was just like,

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Well, you know, where? Where do we go from here? Well, hopefully, somebody came with that, with the Scottish mentioned is that what this heartbeat is indicative of is that if a person let's just say we started this part of the body, that if a person could not feed 64 people being that being the last part of the the he couldn't free asleep, he cannot fast nor can he feed 64 people. Yes. That he is not he is no longer liable for the campfire he still needs to meet. He's no longer liable for paying dependents.

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National fasting for two consecutive months. Yes. Do you think that that squad is using for the previous chapter to maybe show that fasting can that's exactly that was exactly why for that?

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And I'm not gonna repeat that because that's

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the sleeves and the

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right. So the

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the majority of the scholars except for the Hanafi they in this particular of this particular cafa the slave has to be a movement and a Muslim. All right, and that's because they are basing that voice on is not particularly anything in this heartbeat that is indicative of that but that does seem to be the strong opinion last minute analysts best before and as for the poor people, they should be Muslim, not

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letting kefalas in general, but if you can't find

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Because you cannot find Muslims that are poor as a different story. And I don't think that that's going to happen. Because because it doesn't know because you don't have to feed 60 You don't have to feed 60 individual poor people, you can feed 23 different times. You see, I'm saying

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the person has a sickness is the same thing. Yes. A

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Yes. If they feel poor Muslim, and they feel poor Muslim per day that works if they feed 34 Muslims on one day that works as well. Not just

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the example that you gave in terms of the measurement for the dates. Yeah, I'll just based on your example of our close question that comes about 80 pounds of life.

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We're going to cover that next week. So let me make an announcement. And then we're going to stop because we have to pray.

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The next week be the lion Tada, we want to start at 630 because both both honey will shake hand even I'm going to teach next week. So 630 and we're going to stop it loving it. And then we're going to pick back up from mother to Leisha, any questions you have about the fast in general? We'll answer them next Tuesday with the nighttime and if we need to make another session. For example, Friday night, the first Friday of may which is may 2 or third i think is may 3, correct? Yeah, that first Friday of may a shout out I will deal with any any other questions that you have around that. I'm going to start here next week inshallah, which is coming.

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This picture is kind of weird. But this is actually the show you the example how it works. I don't know if the

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I don't know if the video show is a video here.

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Oh, yeah, it will show.

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Okay, so we just look at cupping and vomiting while fast and other things that break the fast. We'll talk about that next week. And then we'll go into much other things but travel we have a whole chapter that deals with traveling and

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living that

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is not intentional.

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Coming up next week, so kind of along with that answer stuff.