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Aloha,

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Aloha,

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aloha

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woman is

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ready

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never failed to use these words in the evening and morning

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I asked

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in my worldly affairs and my family and my property

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or lung disease my faults and keep me safe from thinking champion

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gardening from from my phone from my right hand side, from my left side come from above me and I say confusion, your greatness from receiving unexpected from below me and as I am recording this hacking bring it

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down to

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the idea that

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so

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while

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he was telling

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me about this hoodie that we want to cover today shout outs

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is one of the greatest dryers that the province of Illinois it was some of them would make it he would make this as

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I mentioned, he would not leave off saying this dry in the morning and in the evening. And if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is making this drive for ipea which is well being and he's making this drive for him for last trans Allah to protect him that more so those who came after him that is that if the prophet SAW the love it was suddenly himself was making this drive for last time out his protection even though he is the closest the creations will last

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and how much more so the ones who come after him the regular Muslims and people were not receiving revelation so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam here

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is asking the last panel what data or IP before that

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if you don't want to deal with that angle man says that the problem somebody was selling did not leave off saying these

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were Hina Yoon si

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which is translated as the day and the evening

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and just to be clear, unless of Hannibal what's at

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74 I'm getting on Edina.

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The cathedral on what's up people

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see them.

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Oh you believe remember a law in abundance. Not just remember a law a little bit. Remember a law in abundance was set by the Who? And the atmosphere to glorify Allah subhanaw taala book Ratan wa sila book

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in the Arabic language means the beginning of the day, the beginning of the day.

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And I'll see him is the end of the day.

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It says any of the calm and the

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that the province sort of it was some of them would make in the heat of your spirit what you see in the day and in the evening, then the meaning of it corresponds with the statement of muscle counts as a book. I'll see that. So that means that all of these are to be said after budget and before sunrise and after acid and before Monday. That is the correct time to say these have gone.

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This particular

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the Prophet sallallahu it was some of them begins by asking Allah subhana wa tada for a laugh here for a laugh here, which is an Afghan means well being it means that the last panel will China protects you from calamities, from illnesses from anything that would be displeasing to you

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And also means that last minute data protection from falling into sins. So, if someone gets a fear in his dunya, and in his Antion, that there's nothing else further than he needs, period. And this is why, at tirmidhi I have a lot of data he narrates, in his sermon, that the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And at best

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he came to the messenger so ally or suddenly say Allah, so Allah,

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I live in the shade and

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as Lu Allah.

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Allah Allah, I want to ask the last round of data for something, teach me something to ask Allah. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him son in law her last year as the law for a Latvia.

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So

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LastPass said that he waited a few days. And then he went back to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and he said, Yes, Lola, I think mission as Allah, Allah, teach me something that I can ask Allah. So the Prophet alayhi wa sallam recognized that he was looking for something else.

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So he said, Yeah, best. Yeah.

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Son in law, her life.

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He said, Oh, I best, oh, uncle of the messenger, oh, uncle of the Messenger of Allah as a love for a laugh here as the love for a laugh in the dunya. Anything here.

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And so this Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam himself is asking a lot for a laugh via cydonia will ask you, because in the narration of supernovae down

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the prophet SAW it someone said alone, Yes, hello,

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theater.

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Allow me to select the last one as

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well as the

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new tactic which will cover point by point.

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So

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the Prophet is about to send them here is asking the last panel of data for Alaska, well, being apphia, just so we understand, because they translate as well being is actually a disservice to the word. And they've translated it in blue as security, which should include security and include your well being but an afia.

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So that we understand that is the opposite of illness, or a sickness. So this is why it may seem strange, well, how do you ask for health in your family or health in your wealth or something like this? How do you ask for apphia. But But if there is a strong economy, then that is an economy that has apphia, as opposed to a weak economy, which is a sick economy. Likewise, for your body, that's clear, it's clear Latvia, for your body is clear. But how can you have apphia? In your deed? What does that mean to have health in your religion? So we'll cover that point by point inshallah. And this is why well being is a pretty decent term for a translation, but we take it step by step, we

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understand that point by point, you'll actually understand what you're saying, when you make this draft, because the point of studying this draft is not so that we can sit back and say, Oh, that's a beautiful glide, that the probability someone used to make. And, you know, he was a great man. The point is for you to learn to do it and for you to make it and understand its meaning and implement it in your life and save the day in the evening.

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So the promise of Lyo Selim here is asking for a laugh. Yeah. Oh, likewise, another important idea, and this is rare, because every bucket is selected by the local town and was the most beloved companion to the province I sent him but he didn't read a lot of Heidi

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did narrate a lot on the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But there is a heavy response to the Muslim enactment. And likewise, as soon as the Timothy in a sahid. He said that the Prophet so Abu Bakr Siddiq said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said settled law had a laugh, what will appear as the law I mean, all of you asked a lot for a laugh, which is to be pardoned to have your faults and sins overlooked well as the

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fifth dunya will Angela in the in the dunya for this life and for the here because no one knows

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servant of Allah has been given anything after Alia theme, and he asked his certainty of faith. He hasn't been given anything in Alaska, anything that is better than Alaska. So afia is extremely important the prophets have lived with some of them. And this Hadith, you ask Allah subhana wa tada for a laugh here that dunya will ask you, which is gonna save you from any affliction, he diverts harm from coming to you, he saved you from your sin.

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What does it mean to have RCA in the dean? I mean, we can look at this, since apphia is the opposite of sickness. And we said that it can mean health and well being. You can look at apphia and the dean as being your spiritual health, your spiritual health. And the scholars say that this comes about by being protected from two things. The first of those things is shoot your hands.

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shoot your hand. Yeah, any misconceptions and doubts that come into the mind about the validity and the veracity of Islam?

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Or about a loss of habitat, or about the messenger sallallahu Sallam or about anything related to your deen? Because people, especially in the in these days, when we are facing a very strong ideological onslaught against this man, that people may begin to doubt certain things that are well established in their religion and the reason is because they lacked in there is a lack of knowledge. And so by asking Allah subhanaw taala for afia in your D, you are in fact asking the loss of Hannover with Jana, for sound knowledge. And the prophet SAW them was not instructed in the Quran to ask the law for an increase of anything except for what

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rugby, Sydney,

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Sydney and Melbourne data center.

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So the province of Ontario has something to say

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about being my Lord, increased me and knowledge because an increase in knowledge protects your deen not so that you can go around and act like you are better and more knowledgeable than the rest of the people. That's not what you ask for an increase in knowledge.

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Or so that you can sit at the front of the image. Listen, you can talk to people about Islam. That's not what you seek knowledge for. You seek knowledge, to correct your deen to save yourself and your family from the fine and if illustrious out of blesses you to be able to teach other people that need than somebody that does something great, but that's not your intention. When seeking knowledge. your intention should be to protect your deen to remove ignorance from yourself and for those who depend on

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so the province of Iowa Sonam is asking for half your well being in the beat spiritual health. And that is by illustration of data diverting from you. Any shoe will have misconceptions or doubts about the religion. But it also includes a second category. And that is a shallot because they will affect your deen if you follow your lust and your desires, because if you follow your lust in your desires, you're not fearing the last panel data and the more that you fall into that the further away your heart will be from being attached to its creators.

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And this is why we resorted to NASDAQ right.

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He remembered as for those amendments, half of my poem of the the one who fears that standing in front of his Lord. And he fears his reckoning with the last paradigm amendment problem. Acaba Lapine one

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hour and he prevents himself prevents the lusts of his soul that which he desires, his carnal desires when they had enough Sinaloa

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in general agenda is his abode.

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And so if you want, gentlemen, that you have to avoid there's a degree of your desires that you have to avoid anything

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That is part of what Ramadan is about that self restraint and self discipline. That is what we are doing this month. And that is part of tableau.

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And as we know, this month was not legislated for us to start for us to be thirsty, and for us to face physical pain and difficulty, other than that, which results from true self restraint, which leads to you fearing that standing in front of a loss and data and being able to have the discipline that is necessary as a Muslim. So you're saying the way in this month, you're staying away from things that you naturally free, your food and your drink or natural cravings, that desire that a man has for his wife and vice versa, these are natural cravings, but you stay away from them.

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In the daytime, you stay away from them to show that you can have that discipline.

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And now once those things become allowed for you 24 seven,

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this is your this is the way that you have to expand whatever desires that you have and not in the Quran.

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Because for everything that Allah Subhana Allah has prohibited us there is a halau outlet.

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And that's what the believer searches for in order to pleases lords of penalty, that is your spiritual health, that is your IP that you avoid, she will have doubts and misconceptions about your theme and you avoid

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those lonely desires that a person has, and you avoid them or avoid doing them in a manner that is displeasing to the launch of

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the profit some a lot of some have been asked for IPM for dunya.

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And what it means to have afia in your worldly affairs is that Allah subhana wa Taala protection from calamities, it gives you health in your body,

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as well as your mind.

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This is part of the last year that you are asked in the last panel data for mental stability, that you are asking him for strength, that you are asking him to be healthy. But you are asking him to protect you from calamities. And then the process of light is so Sophie eating

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well.

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And as it relates to my family, protect them from going astray. Many of us who live in nations where everything outside of the method is calling the people away from us.

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Where it is taking them away from the D calling them to fulfill their desires in a prohibited manner.

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We need to be extra diligent and making this glide making glide for our families not forgetting them.

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And here you see that the proxy son have asked for wellbeing for the family before he says what family before well.

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Many of us give much more concern to our wealth, and we prioritize our wealth to make sure that it's protected. We put it in the safe, we put it in banks, we make sure that nobody is cheating us or deceiving us or to the enemy. But when it comes to our families, we don't play the same role in protecting them. It's very important that we realize that this is part of the aspect. This is part of our DNA, that we protect our families and we and we make do it for them. So you're asking the lovecraftian revealing with them yeah, me and my family as the loves to peddle Italia to protect them from going astray

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to protect their well being physically.

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And this is also a that illustrates it protects you from having marital discord problems with the family. So all of the this all of this is apphia. We

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allow via email.

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And this is from two angles.

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Two different angles. You want well being you want well being for your wealth. You want to have a strong economic presence, for yourself and for your family.

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And it is not from Islam.

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To make do is to be poor. Nor is that something that is praiseworthy in Islam to be poor. If somebody happens to be poor, that's a different scenario.

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But to choose to be poor is not from the deen and yes, the prophets of light he was some of them.

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did ask Allah Subhana Allah to raise him with the most hacky. But there's a difference between somebody who was miski and somebody who was fourth.

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Without going into a lot of detail,

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the process of the line, it was Sunday. And on this note here, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam mentioned that anyone who starts his day off,

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safe

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in his dwelling, and he doesn't fear, there's no war going on. He not he doesn't fear, he doesn't live in a neighborhood, we constantly worried about somebody breaking into his home or doing something like that he wakes up, he's safe

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in his dwelling,

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and he has his health guide, and he's healthy. He has the ability to stand up and worship the last minute, it doesn't face any abnormal teas in this, or any abnormal pains or something like this. And he has the provisions for his day. And he has everything he needs for that that shelter,

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and food and drink,

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a gallon, a reliable vehicle and so on. Because the man hasn't been your Murphy from sososo. It's like he has the duty and everything that's in it. Because even if you have the duty and everything that is in it, can you spend it all at one time? And what can you do with it more than be healthy. And there are people who are not healthy that would spend every dime that they have to be healthy. So if you're healthy, and you're safe, and you have what you need for that day, it's like you have everything. And this is yes. So in this sense, the more that you have, the more you're accountable for the more that you'll be asked about. Because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said that the two

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feet of an individual will remain firmly planted on OPM until he's asked about four things from those four things is his wealth? How did he get it? How did he spend?

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How did you get it from homies? Did you cheat people out of their money? Were you taking interest? or How did you get your money? And how did you spend

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the province of vitalism here is asking for an affiant for his wealth,

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which comprises two things you don't want it to be destroyed by people in English term natural causes, by an action of a lesser penalty than all of your wealth is, is goes in a in a fire for example.

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And that happens sometimes people keep a lot of their possessions in their home, and their homes burned down and they lose everything that they had.

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But it wasn't because somebody lit a match or something like that, no, there was a fire and it took his home. But the other lens we asked

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or from it being any, you know, lost in the sea or anything like that. The other angle is from human causes.

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That is to be deceived out of your wealth, you trusted somebody that didn't deserve to be trusted. And so, you lost your wealth or you made a bad decision with your wealth. So you lost your wealth or in another

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another meaning of this is asking the loss of data to protect your wealth from superhet and from homies and is that a person receives as well through means that there are

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gray areas or that he takes money that is around so the prophecy Sanam is making

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that a loss fantatic protect him from all of that type. So let's just go back over this quickly. Because this is only the first half of

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the process of light. It was something used to say

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every day

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after budget and before sunrise, and after all sort of performative which is this time right now. He used to say Alemany Malathion with dunya. Well as you're

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alone in your salopian lab, what will Latvian be dealing with in the area? What me woman if you can't memorize it in Arabic, and memorize the meanings in English and start saying them and then commit it to memory as the days gone?

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By

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so the prophesy centum asked a lot Rafi and four things What are they?

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First thing apphia and what is the theme for your religion which means to protect your religion? from what?

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From Shadow Work from Google ads in general, what misconceptions and doubts and from shall away from your lusts. All right, second thing after me

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You're doing you and your world in its entirety, everything that that comprises your mental health, your physical health, calamities, that allows me to data protection from all of them, it gives you wealthy, like the third thing,

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your family, your family, and the last thing, your wealth, like, then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, Allah will miss

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out.

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O Allah,

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from citizen

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means to cover something, right.

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And we've and we've also studied the Hadith,

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where the Prophet alayhi wa sallam said, Men set

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Muslim and set up long we will ask him, whoever covers his brother, a Muslim, Allah will cover him in this light, and in the year after, and that has multiple meanings, as we've discussed, covering coming to actually physically close them, and the Muslim who is in need of clothing and covering and we all are aware of the situation in certain parts of the Muslim world, where the Muslims have been displaced from their homes and all of their wealth, and they need shelter, in reality.

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But the majority of the scholars when explaining this, they need covering the faults of your brother, and a Muslim, and allow will cover yours and dislike of indigo, Allahu

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Allah, t O Allah cover my own watts, which is the plural of Allah.

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And your album is anything is anything that you would be ashamed of showing

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anything that you would be ashamed of showing.

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That is, your faults, your blemishes, whether they are physical or otherwise, and your sins

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and your sins. And that is for what we say the sensible people of society.

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As for people who don't have any sense that a lot of them don't have any shame either. So they don't have any shame showing everything that they have,

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physically and this belongs to them. So we asked you the last panel out of here to cover what we are ashamed of those things, which we don't want other people to know about us.

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Whether they be again, our physical blemishes,

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or whether they be our faults in general character flaws that we had,

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or are since

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a lot of us don't.

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So we asked a lot to cover all of them to not to expose them. So this is important one, because everyone has things that they don't want other people to know about. Period.

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And that's why it's so important to make this. This is also your as the last cover your own.

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It is inclusive of asking him for money. Because Do you remember what we said a month ago was yesterday.

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We said that it comes from the word maybe

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a mid fall is the helmet and the helmet is what it is a cover and a protection. So when you're asking the loss of metadata to cover your faults and to protect you from being punished for them, so you're asking this this to add to say a long list of Alhaji is also like saying a lot of unfairly then be includes that mean?

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Allow Mr our lunch

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we'll add the row where it was me which is from an eminent which is to feel safe, secure.

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Asking for security from your rower and a rower is the fear that you have. And we all are naturally afraid of certain things.

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And so you asked a lot of panel data,

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to settle your fears, to settle those fears that you may have, whatever they may be.

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And there's a side point here that is

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there are other things that we should not be naturally afraid of.

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And

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we should not encourage our children to be afraid of certain things.

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Especially if those things don't really exist.

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Some people tell their children to be afraid of the boogeyman, or whatever it might be.

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Or to be afraid of Genie. The genie is gonna get

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from the gym, don't tell them don't tell him to be afraid of the gym, tell them to seek refuge in a loss of power

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from the jinn

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teach them how to protect themselves from the jinn, who said that that genie is stronger than your ability to repel him with it, or anything else.

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It's not appropriate that we scare our children like

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or to even raise them to be afraid in the first place.

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We should be raising our children to be strong Muslims, not to be afraid of everything. And this is a we see the manifestations of that in many in many societies. So it's very important that we ask Allah subhana wa tada to settle our fears and to make us feel secure alone Mr. Rolando

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the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says what fugly some erases a lot of mahogany

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roumania Delia, Allah protect me from in front of me and baby a woman country from behind me when you meaning when Somali woman Hopi? Well, I will be out on my team. And

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so you're asking a lot of data here to protect you from in front of you from behind you from the right and the left from above. And then the purpose of it was some of them broke off and said, what I want to be out of

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matches a problem. But I seek refuge in your magnificence, and Tanna mentality,

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to be attacked from below, to be attacked from below or to perish because of something that happens below me.

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And the

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explanation of this is that Allah Subhana Allah has destroyed certain people from below them. And that destruction that comes from below is always unexpected. This is why the province the lady was son of me, specifically said here and I seek refuge in your magnificence from perishing from below or being attacked from below how do they translate it?

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from below me, just like and protect me from below, a seek refuge.

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Okay, from receiving unexpected harm from belonging, it does mean that it is unexpected and isn't.

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And all the techie, it needs to be killed unexpectedly, not just the heart to be killed unexpectedly from Bologna, what does that mean?

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We know that a loss of data with cotton for example,

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made the earth swallow him from below. We had our own as well was destroyed how he perished in the war he was drowned, which is the

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the the sea grabbing him from from below.

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And so the purpose of life is suddenly specific mention of not being harmed from below five

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here.

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Why do you think that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam went into such detail? Normally, normally, as I shall not be alone, the purpose of it was

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was concise and comprehensive. Like for example,

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the Hadees we just covered when I best the uncle of the prophesied, Selim went to him. He said, teach me something to ask Allah to teach me something fast, which they asked me. He says subtle Southern

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Southern law

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as the law he came back he wanted some more he said, okay, Sutherland.

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Oh, love Give me union and that was it. And that was it. And that was normally the case of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, where they do I will be very comprehensive.

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Why do you think that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Here goes into detail a lot. He says, protect me from in front of me from behind me to the right to the left, above me. What is the wisdom

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I'll give you another example.

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Like, let's stick to this one for now. Then I'll give you another example.

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When Adam alayhis salam to Sudan

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with the story of Adam and Hawa when Adam disobeyed the loss of data he ate from the tree. And as a consequence of that, he repented to a loss of mankind and lots after his Toba.

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And that's something that as Muslims, we should all we should pay attention to by our allies, Magellan accepted the repentance of Adam, Adam repented and accepted it, because that totally negates the whole athlete of Christianity.

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It is a total negation of Christian creed, which is built upon Original Sin. The whole reason why they say that Eastside is salatu salam was sent

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and was crucified was to do what

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was to free man from their original sin, to free man from their original sin.

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But if we know that Allah Subhana data accepted the repentance of Adam, that there was no Original Sin, there is no sin that has stained the entire Danny lineage of n, which is what they claim that this sin

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trickled down to all of atoms project, and that it couldn't be removed until there was a sacrifice the same way we have to have fun. And this man, right, you sacrifice something.

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And as a result, sins are forgiven, and so on. This is what they said, something had to be sacrificed without going into their philosophy. So last month, I had accepted that Toba from Adam.

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And he sent him to Earth with its shape on say, similarity and no moon benei, a woman comfy and when a man even when he

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was

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shaqiri.

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He said, pancetta Allah, I'm going to come to them and the children of me from in front of them from behind them on the right side, the left side, and you will not find that the majority of them are grateful, that find that the majority of them are grateful, which is part of that UI that we make, when we say, Allahu Allah?

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Or should we could we ask the Lord to aid us in

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remembering him and then thanking him because because you will not find that the majority of them are thankful for the blessings that you have given like. So part of that is a direct response to the fact that the devil is going to attempt to come to us from every angle, so we're asking Allah Subhana Allah to protect us from every angle. But there are also other Hadith, where the Prophet sallallahu wasallam goes into a bit of detail. So he says, allama feeling? Then be Hello, Allah forgive me of all my sins. But

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if you ask Allah Subhana Allah to forgive you for all of your sins, does that include the sins that you've done in public?

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Yes. What about the sins you've done in private? Yes. Does that mean your major sins? Yes, minor sins, sins that you've done in the very distant past sins that you just committed today? Yes, it includes everything. But the problem is a lie or someone didn't stop there. So long.

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Our weather who were asking Elena who was a farmer,

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so the province of light he was asked to give us from all of his sins, those which are the peak, and which may seem to be insignificant or perhaps even overlooked. Sometimes

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the bigger ones

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will overlook the first of my sins and the last of them, all of them, forgive them.

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Those which were done in private and those which were done in public.

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What is the benefit here of such detail? When making do I want you to think about this question?

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I'm not going to answer it just like that. You have to give me something.

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We finished today columns done.

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Why such detail? Yes.

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Okay. So because when you mentioned anything in detail, you start thinking about it in detail. So it causes you to be more mindful of the doodad that you're making. So if you just said a lot of my fuck me and you kept it moving

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Right.

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You don't get the same state of mind as when you say allow my father the remaining a day. Now you start picturing this protection of the last parent data protecting you from in front of woman hunting on Yemeni, why is she mad at me for so you, you're thinking about it likewise with your sins, it is better for you to remember your sins. It is better for you to think about his sins because it makes you more humble in front of Allah.

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It makes your heart more attentive. When you're if you're just a llama to Milan, Milan,

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been thinking about what you're saying?

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Is that a drug that is accepted? Probably not because the last payment is not accepted to

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some extent. It's not accepted to I'm in

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coffee

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from a heart that is he listened and attended. Again, just speaking do i know but now when you say allama 20 literally pull up? Did

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you start thinking about and your heart becomes attentive and it's more likely that you do I will be accepted by the lungs.

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Hello and

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we don't have a lot of time to

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fight that heavy is totality

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which is collected by

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a man of a

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rated authentic by hacking and unknowingly and others with the scholars of Hadith. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not use to leave off saying these words are funny. did not leave it in the day and in the evening so you should not leave it

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and then saw love once as you start learning it or take a partner and learning with the partner. Learn it with your spouse with your children. The prophet SAW a lot he was some would say

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in the daytime in the evening a lot of them in the bath he attempts to do an effort alone in the subtle collapse Alaska. Well as Ian Feeny we're doing Yeah, yeah. Well as the woman a lot of mustard.

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We're adding

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a lot of mahogany and Bini a vegan woman hunting want to hear me when she married woman hokey, but I will be out limiting data in text. All right. So take that memorize that with the Lancet in the morning.

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married

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for the holidays, it

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was really

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a lot of fun to me.

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At

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the rating, and the name of the model

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allows listener

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supplicate

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I seek refuge in You from the decline of your favor. Changing your ranking will be seven mentions from your from you

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reported it

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was collected by an email Muslim is also an important idea

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that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to seek refuge in a loss of data from these four things. Now this is not from as calm. As I said, this is not something that the promise of it was someone would repeat every morning and every evening with the promise of Laila some would seek refuge in Allah from these things frequently. And we benefit that from the structure of the hobby because it would normally allow that animal so they can also utilize the layers on the same level learn from these four things. That shows that there was some continuity that the problematize didn't just say it once or twice. This is something that he would regroup need to seek refuge in a lot of data from

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the first of those things, that he would seek refuge in the last round of data from his Wiley.

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Ms. awani, mimetic. So while it means that the Merriman is totally removed,

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it no longer exists. Oh Allah, I seek you I seek refuge in You from your blessings being removed from me

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Your blessings are those things which are apparent.

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tangible blessings, like a nice house, a nice car, a righteous spouse. All of these are from the blessings, right? His children were healthy, good health. All of this is from your tangible, clear blessings and that there are internal blessings. That Allah blesses you with strong faith

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blesses you with strong men,

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that Allah

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blesses you with certainty that he blesses you with a, with a good intellect, good understanding,

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knowledge of the religion.

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All of these are blessings from the last countdown, along with what we discussed yesterday, when we talked about just the blessings of your faculties, your sight and you're hearing all of these blessings from last time. So when you ask Allah when you seek refuge in the love from Zawadi near Metin, from him removing his blessings from you,

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you are seeking refuge in Allah Subhana what's added from both the removal of those blessings and anything that would cause the removal of those blessings? Like what?

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What causes the removal of lessons

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since that you use the blessing in a manner that is displeasing to Allah subhana wa Tada. That is a reason that it will be removed because you let him touch put in their heart, okay? How do blessings stay?

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Bishop by showing gratitude, Allah subhanaw taala says, Let in Chicago,

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if you show gratitude, if you are thankful, if you show sugar,

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then I will increase you, I will increase you in those rewards. The opposite of that is to not show appreciation.

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And if you don't show appreciation for your losses and data has given you that they are subject to being removed.

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So if you are sitting, if you are using the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala, to disobey Him, that you are subjecting yourself to losing that NEMA.

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And then another manner of thinking the last note data is to give what is due

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for that never, ever last minute data blesses you with knowledge.

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So calculating the salary movie, you have to give some of that in by teaching others

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and if not, it's like we say use it or,

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or loser, use it or lose it

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blesses you with wealth. You have an obligation in that wealth, which is to pay it's

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just not a lot.

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But if you don't do so the your wealth is not being purified and you're subjecting it

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to loss.

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So, when you seek refuge in Allah subhanaw taala you need to be conscious of these meanings. Aloma in yellow, the bigger means the word in there.

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Right? You're asking the law to protect you you're at you're seeking his refuge from losing his favorites that he's given.

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What's a healthy woody?

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Woody, I feel like it's a healthy one.

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from home, help Allah is to change that is transferred that it goes from one state to another state.

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From well being which is a last year to sickness to lack of health. Right? We just talked about it. So in this heading is seeking in the first idea, you're asking a lot for what for asking. In the in the fourth thing you're being you're doing in your family and your wealth.

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In this heady

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use seeking refuge in Allah, from that afia being removed and replaced with ill being or sickness.

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So the opposite of spiritual health that should be tested in your deed, the opposite of physical health that you are being afflicted with illnesses, the opposite of your your your family's well being

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So marital discord, problems with your children that is in Iran for that they want to stray or DVD.

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And the same thing with your wealth that you are afflicted in your

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data too. Are you seeking refuge in the lives of a gentleman asking him to protect you from your situation changing to that which is worse?

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You understand the difference between the wild and NEMA is that you totally lose the blessings that Allah subhanaw taala has given you to help Willie I feel that I lost him data is giving you well being but that now the situation changes. So what is worse?

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We're fetching a T and it says the future a T and both of them are correct. What face a T Matic

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and

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then a loss of Hannah who would

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would unexpectedly bring about his retribution.

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And that could be because of an individual sin. Or it could be because of the sins of society.

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What

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fits in attendance lead to see Ben melody in a column in column

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B where the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said

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protect yourself from Fitz men from all types of terminals in chaos,

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led to see Ben alladhina vada moving from casa, it doesn't just come specifically to those of you who were oppressive to the society as a whole has become an oppressive society, then it is quite possible that it will be afflicted with turmoil and confusion and chaos and tribulations.

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So when you are seeking refuge in Allah subhana wa tada

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from fetch at Nick Murphy from being

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from that coming unexpectedly, that is because that is the worst type of punishment, the time the time that comes unexpected.

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Otherwise, we seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa Taala from all of his punishment.

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But as the scholars have mentioned, it is very possible that a person may be afflicted with some punishment by Allah, Allah in this life

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that helps to serve as a reminder for him to get his affairs in order.

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And that is different than budgeting. Because if it comes to you unexpectedly, it is over.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam ended this gap by saying what you need at Southampton. And as they translated in here, this is not a bad translation, but there's also another meaning. It says all of your displeasure. Right? Isn't that what it says? All of your displeasure. But another meaning is everything that causes your displeasure.

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And so you seek refuge in Allah subhana wa tada from doing that, which is displeasing to him, either by giving off an obligation

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and he is told to do something, commanded you to do something and you've left it on, or by doing something that he has prohibited. So you seek refuge in the last panel of data from falling into those things that will be displeasing to him.

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So these are four things that the prophet SAW love it was some of them. So refuge in Allah Subhana Allah data from

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just to repeat the, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to say a lot of us in the hour the weekend Allahumma inni, the week that most of you memorize that part right along with the weaker means Zawadi method means awanee.

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What's the How?

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What's the How would he

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be he was famous affects a teacher never

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refer to it much it was a really suffer with me suffer, which means Allah, I seek refuge in You from the removal of your blessings, from the changing of your blessing of well being.

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From unexpected, sudden retribution

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from everything that displeases you and it was collected by The Mentalist

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this this next heading we're going to cover

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is going to be the last time that we have the opportunity to cover this Ramadan There are eight Hadith remaining in balumama

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which is recovering the last chapter

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There are eight remaining local Milan is available in English it's available in order to do it's available in many different languages, you should go back and try to memorize all of them because there are eight left and they are all as calm and

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after the one that we want to cover right now.

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For a long

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time, you already have

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a lot

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to say

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from being heavily in debt from being overpowered by enemies

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of enemies.

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Okay, the gloating of enemies because of an evil

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man like

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even though having said that this.

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The reality is is that the Senate that is the chain of narrators for this particular ID is not sound.

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It is not sound. However, each part of the hobby because the browser is seeking refuge in a loss of data from three things in this hobby. Each one of them are supported by other narrations. Each one of the three things that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam sought refuge from in this howdy are supported by other narrations so we can make this and feel comfortable making this glad to last fantastic. All right.

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This is This to me is a very important Hadees because it speaks to a contemporary issue, the practice Elias on them.

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And this honey, he says a llama in the older, weaker when relevant to them. And then the province of liars have said Oh Allah, I seek refuge in You from being overcome with debts

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from being overcome with debts.

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And this is the part that I feel is extremely appropriate and applicable to the way that many of the Muslims have chosen to live their lives.

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This is not from Islam.

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The practice of liars alone used to seek refuge as it comes in sample party and Muslim.

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The practice of light it was suddenly a shadow the law said that somebody came to the promised land and said then you're always seeking refuge in the lung from debt or too much debt.

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam said yes, because when a person is in debt, he's overcome by debt. When he speaks, he does what he likes. And when he makes a promise, he breaks nanashi I'm gonna pay you back on such and such a date.

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He knows he's lying, and he's going to break his promise.

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He knows he's lying.

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Or he avoids now, because the brother he knows that he's praying in the messenger, he's not going to go to the masjid anymore.

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Because he's in debt. He doesn't he doesn't want to see the brother.

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That brings about problems. And a lot of times we're not talking about the debt that important that a person may be forced if

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he came upon some very difficult times he lost his job or whatever the situation may be. A lot of people are not in debt because of that. A lot of people are in debt simply because they've been trained to live above their means.

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And they have to keep up appearances and stay on the same level of society. So they think not recognizing that the rest of society is drowning in debt

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$20,000 in credit card debt,

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which is growing at a rate of 16.5% APR, right.

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I'm not talking about the Muslim. I'm saying that Muslims living in the society

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He's not realize that the rest of these people are drowning in debt but they own they don't really own. It can be repossessed at any minute.

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And now we want to come and compete in the junior

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McAfee's for the year after fees daddy affiliates in episode talking about what about good deeds about racing to a loss forgiveness, that is what we should be competing.

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As for competition and who has the most.

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or becoming the best consumer, this is not something that is something that is recommended or something that is praiseworthy in Islam.

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So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam used to seek refuge in Allah subhana wa, tada

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being overcome by death, because if a person is overcome by death, when they go to sleep, they're thinking about when they wake up, they're thinking about, they never find peace of mind.

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They're trying to figure out how to avoid their creditors. So they stopped answering the phone.

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numbers that they don't know why, because they, as soon as they pick up the phone is somebody trying to collect the debt.

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So why this is extremely important that we make this and that we avoid, you can't This is another thing is the other thing is one when we make do I

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don't make do I and then go do what is contrary to your drive.

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In Dino Serato, Mr. P, and then you go out and intentionally send it right after you say, oh, I'll guide you to the straight path.

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And you have every intention of going to find a path that you know, is not the straight path for this reason to illustrate that, oh, I'll save you from that. And then you will take the $100,000 loan. How's that?

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Very important for you as the last cansada to bless you with the child and you're not even married.

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Same concept, same concept that you're making for something and then you're going in basically contradicting the drive that you make.

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So the province of Ontario is suddenly glad to have lost data to protect him from valid data. Because it leads a person to take on characteristics of the municipality of the hypocrites. We know that from the from the most

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obvious characteristics of the moon and the moon, are the hypocrites are for the prophesized son of Satan from amongst them, either.

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If he speaks he lies, whether whether

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he makes a promise, then he breaks his promise.

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And we have to stay away from that. And we can't just fall into Oh, because everybody else in society is doing it that we're going to do.

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Now, there may be a time

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when you need to take a loan for something.

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If you need to take a loan for something, and you have every intention of paying back that loan,

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in a timely fashion, that there is no harm in doing so the prophet Isaiah salatu salam himself did that.

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In fact, in fact, all of you probably know this Hagia

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Sophia Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam what Giroux what Mara Hoon in the on the Prophet sallallahu wasallam died

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his armor

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was

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mortgaged is not the right term

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was used as

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as a guarantee was used as leverage. Forget there was a lien you can say it was a lien on his arm with with with a Jewish man that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam went to, to get some food from the province. I did not have the money to pay for it at that time, so lohani was something and he took his armor and use that as a guarantee that he would pay the man back and the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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aleikum SelectUSA before he made that man back but the the armor that the prophets I send them left with me it was enough to cover was enough to cover the expenses of the loan that he took in the type of food it wasn't a it wasn't a monetary loan. It was a loan in time. Right.

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So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did take debt but it wasn't the kind of debt that he couldn't repay.

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So we need to be very careful of this and seek

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refuge from being overcome by that allow me I mean, the other day was all about till I do

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the prophecy stuff

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So rapidly to being overcome by his enemies, because the enemies of Islam are not going to have mercy on the Muslims. And we've seen what has happened to some of the lands, nothing but destruction, and chaos and displacement, and things that need murder and things that go beyond what we can say public, or the other big.

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And a total violation of rights, of human rights and human dignity. And so we seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa Taala from being overcome by the enemy.

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What's your method to identify the proper supplier subset?

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And what this means Shemitah till agda

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means by my enemies becoming happy,

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meaning I seek refuge in You from them becoming happy, the malicious joy that they indulge in because of something bad that has happened to me.

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So because so you're basically asking the loss mentality to protect you from being disgraced.

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Right.

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And this is, if you think about what

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sets a moose and even sedan

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what happened when Moosa came back and he saw that they had, they were worshipping the cow, the calf. And so Moosa took her home by the head,

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thinking about him.

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And he said, lead to lead to Smith.

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Oh, who said, they were about they overcame me they were about to kill me. So don't make my enemies and the ones that were gonna kill me. Don't make them happy. Don't make them rejoice in the fact that you are basically you're hitting me and you are adding this publicly humiliating public humiliation. So you're seeking refuge and Allah Subhana Allah Mehta till either from being publicly humiliated in disgrace, such that it will please your enemies, as Muslims

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living amongst non Muslims, we we have to take special care not to humiliate ourselves publicly in disgrace ourselves, look at how some of the Muslims deal with other Muslims publicly, and in public forums, and blogs, and so on and so forth, humiliating one another, and disgracing one another for all to see.

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Isn't this Sham attitude either? Isn't this pleasing, malicious, the pleasing to our enemies. So we have to be very careful. And this is part of the glass that the prophet SAW the light it was something that is making here when he says

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you

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These are three different ideas

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that the Prophet some lady was telling us to make. And we've covered three today that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to make one of them would make every day in every evening, and he would not leave them off. And the other two were things that he used to seek refuge in the last panel data from frequently that are not specific to any particular time, but are not specific to any particular time period. That's why you'll find that oftentimes the environment will not make some of these, Eddie, so you should do your best to memorize them at this point. And before we end, some

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some parting advice if you will, since this is our last lesson of this Ramadan 1438. The

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three things that I would like to mention.

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And under those three sub categories, the first of them is that we only have two or three nights left.

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This is not the time to run out of steam. This is not the time to say all hamdulillah you know I've been pushing it for 28 days. And the last Grandad has blessed me and you're pleased about the 28 and so you lose steam and you let your foot off the pedal. Now is actually the time to go into another year. Pick it up and do more than you've done in the last 28 push yourself even harder. There are only two or three nights left three nights Max

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and possibly, you know possibly tonight's first yourself extra hard the same way that someone who is running a race when they see the finish line they don't slow down

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They speed up because they want to win. And they're competing with other people, you likewise are competing. You're competing with the rest of the Muslims racing for loss to dial His mercy, and his forgiveness and his pleasure. And you're competing with yourself what you've done. The last only thing. So this is just some advice. Because a lot of times, it's easy to start thinking about the, it's two days away the two kids, that's all they're thinking about. Right. But for you, you have to recognize that that is the wrong mentality that you don't have enough time to think about that at once mother comes along whatever day that might be, whether that's, you know, Saturday or Sunday,

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that is Muslim on Saturday or Sunday, you have enough time to think about the event right now push yourself extra hard to take advantage of these last hours, you know, that we have of Ramadan.

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The second thing

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is that, to remember

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that Ramadan is a

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training ground.

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It is a school that is a method of

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it is not a month that should go and pass without us making some changes, hopefully significant changes for the better in our lives. And

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for those of you who have been here for longer than a few days, you know that the theme that we've tried to cover in this Ramadan is building good habits,

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that you can't let this extra worship that you've done this month, simply state in the month of Ramadan.

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The Lord of Ramallah

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is the Lord of the rest of the months.

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We worship Him in Ramadan, and we worship Him in a while,

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every other month of the year.

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And yes, it's not going to be of the same fervor that we have in Ramadan, or maybe not the same amount of time.

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But it does not mean that we should stop. As a matter of fact, stopping is an indication that we've been doing something wrong and running.

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So I'm encouraging you

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to continue. Within these four things. The first of them is fasting. You just fasted for 28 days, and

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you're finished amongst 29 or 30 days.

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Make it your habit to fast three days out of every month.

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And they do not have to be the three as they call them a Yemen, or the white days or the white knights because no it can be any three days of the month.

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And the majority of the campaigns that the prophet SAW in the light it was some of them, advise them with fasting he advised them with fasting three days out of every month, not Mondays and Thursdays and I'm not saying you should have bad Mondays and Thursday I'll get to that point in a minute. He advised them with fasting three days out of the month. That was the majority of the advice of the Prophet So

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now, if you're already used to fasting Mondays and Thursdays they'll come to you like continued

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but

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you have to recognize that he man

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is built over time.

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Like a building.

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We don't have prefabricated he meant it was somebody noted over here and then they put it in your chest for like a prefabricated home right? No, he man is built from the ground up, start in the basement

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until you build a strong home, which is he meant it doesn't happen overnight.

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So if you are thinking that you're just going to start right away after Ramadan, you're going to do Mondays and Thursdays of hunting that you can do that and stick to it.

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But if you can't do Mondays and Thursdays don't quit,

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don't quit, pick three days out of the month and inshallah inshallah I firmly believe that after fasting, it's 2829 30 days in the summer and the summer, that three days out of the month is very doable.

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And it will constantly remind you there's a benefit, which I'll talk about in a minute. There's a benefit to consistency.

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There is a benefit to consistency in deeds

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And that is why the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, I have to amend the law and do one more hand. We're in this part of fixing your religion, the best deeds that you can do. The ones that are most beloved to Allah are those that are most consistent, even if they may be you. Because consistency builds a fortification and fortifies you. It builds a fortress between you and shapen, which is different than the person who goes all out. And then they lose steam as

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soon as you lose that thing that is when you are susceptible to being approached by shape, or your lust, your desires take off. So build consistency. So that's the first thing fasting three days out of the month.

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The second thing is praying at night.

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With the majority of this month, you've been praying every night, 45 minutes, an hour, hour and a half, three hours, four hours, some nights. you're praying, take the time to pray the night prayer.

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Even if it is just with him, even if it's just before you go to sleep. That was the advice that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave to everyone right on. Well, the Allahu taala animal who he feared may not be able to get up at night. Pray before you go to sleep. But don't leave off the night. Don't leave off the night prayer. And some nights you may pray five times of the night you may pray seven other nights you may only pray three, whatever it is, be consistent and brain the night prayer don't give that up. Don't lose that you've been doing it consistently don't lose it as the last paradigm that should give you consistency. The third thing is recitation of the brine. And I know that a lot

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of people believe that reading the juice every day in Ramadan is what is expected of them. And this is a misconception that a lot of us having in the West.

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Reading the Jews of Orion every day is what is expected of the Muslim every day, every day of your life.

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This is what many of the scholars have explained.

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When the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam complained to a loss of parents island to Brian in the coma tough has to handle Judo that my people have abandoned the for

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the scholarships fcsa to abandon the Quran means to let a month go by where you have not completely read the Quran. So let a month go by where you have not completely read the Brian. So reading the juice a day of Brian is what the Muslim is supposed to do every day of their lives. And in Ramadan, we should increase. So you read two pages a day or three pages a day or 10 pages a day.

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So after Ramadan is over, if you cannot read into the day and listen to one we recognize totally that some people have conditions, their work conditions, their family situations or whatever does not allow them they genuinely genuinely do not have the time

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to dedicate to reading the news a day. They are excuse me in Finland. But you can spend an hour on social media on Facebook flipping through Instagram, and they say you don't have time to read the brand. Don't Don't play with like that. Don't play with yourself like

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you're doing a disservice to yourself. Or you have two hours to read the news and all of this stuff and don't have any time to dedicate to the Orion on a daily basis. This is a response from me really. I mean, we were truly at loss. So take the time after Ramadan to dedicate to the Koran to the book of Allah.

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The fourth and final thing is what we've been covering right now, this chapter which is addicted and addicted to you in Ramadan. And when priests and making Vicar have increased and make me do I make this your habit and especially as part of Slovak when I said those do eyes those who have targeted the prophets of Allah it was someone was making the morning in the evening, memorize them, commit them to your daily routine and create a fortress build a fortress that will protect you and fortify you from the shape line and from your own desires in your own knifes and

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the whispers that you have inside of yourself that tell you to do evil things.

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There was a man came to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam.

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And he said O Messenger of Allah, the Shariah, of Islam, the commands and the prohibitions of Islam have become many. So just give me one thing that is comprehensive that I can stick to just one thing that

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instinct

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has so much to do. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam, Sunday is the Son of God, then

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let your tongue always be moist with the remembrance of Allah. So no matter what else is going on, let your tongue see wet with the remembrance of Allah, as to which of these four things we have been doing in Ramadan, we've been fasting, we've been praying at night, we've been reading the grind, we've been making Vicodin. Don't stop them. Yeah, you're not gonna do them on the same level as you're doing Ramadan, but don't stop, build the consistency that allows you to come next Ramadan, and build on the consistency that you've developed throughout the year. So that next Ramadan becomes better than this Ramadan, you do that throughout your life, until you meet Allah subhana wa, what to

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add, but it's one.

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This is something else that I feel strongly and passionately about.

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And that is that these ritual acts of worship that we're talking about here. If they don't reflect in our character, then we're not implementing them properly, we're not doing something right. You're fasting,

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your prayers have to lead to better character

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of the data set that your salon.

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The salon prevents you from a morality and from indecency and from doing evil things. You're fasting, prevention from lying, if you fast and you lie, there is no reward for your fast to come to the clear heartbeat of the Prophet is allowed to say. So protecting your tongue, treating the other Muslims well. This is part of what we are learning through these good deeds that we're doing to our fans, through our prayers. So there are three things that I want you to be along with those four, along with the fourth, three things that I want you to be all Trypticon to be conscious of after the month of Ramadan. The first is similar to

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Danny, that you keep the ties of kinship, especially with your parents being dutiful to your parents, but for the rest of your relatives as well that you are tied to them that you develop and maintain a good and decent relationship with them, even if they are confined, even if they are not Muslim. And we've covered those chapters that deal with it.

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The second thing is, if I'm fine, Danny and Ramadan, you've been feeding people or you have been being fed. And this is from the great things that Assam, the great teachings of Islam, that we are taught to beat people. So don't start doing that after Ramadan. Even if it's just once a month, you invite somebody to your home. Or you go out and you know that there are some needy people. So you provide them with food, not with money, but you actually provide them with food, feed the people feed the people.

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And on that note, on that note, the practice of medicine one of the first things that he said when he came to Medina

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was a pretty solid

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spread this lens

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will fire and feed people

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will single out and keep good family ties, keep the ties occation.

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Well, some lady would naturally end pray at night when everybody else is speaking.

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And you will enter gentlemen peaceful

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and some have said that in some of the scholarships make the study said that entering gentlemen peacefully be selected means that there will be no accountability to will entertain them directly.

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Feed the people keep good ties with your family

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and pray at night, which is some of the things that we recommended that you do testicle agenda to be selected. And the last thing So number one, and to get back to our three things that we want to focus on after Ramadan got in terms of social behavior, the way that we deal with people is to keep good ties with the location to feed the people. And the third thing is to love for your brother, which you love for yourself work on that work on removing any hazard any any entity that you may have, from your heart, recognize that whatever a person has, they have it because the lies will build the tree for them to have that thing.

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And for your Muslim Brothers, you should be happy for them when they get whatever it is just from the blessing

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The velocity of data and you should be content with what you have. You should be content with what you have, and what you truly love for your brothers love for them, and your sisters in Islam to have what you have because it will make you a better person, it will make you a better Muslim by the point. So the first thing, the first piece of advice, take advantage of the remaining days of Ramadan. The second thing is Ramadan is a training ground for us, both for ritual acts of worship, and both in our social dealings and our behavior of the Muslims. The last piece of advice

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that I have for all of you is to continue learning your deen

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to not be content with being ignorant of your religion.

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If that means listening to a lecture on the way to work, and on the way home, instead of listening to the news radio,

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if that means sitting down with your family, on the weekend,

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and watching a video a lecture on YouTube, for example, for an hour each day on the weekend and discussing it with your family. If you have someone knowledgeable in your area, go to the masjid and sit with them. And I'm not saying by any stretch of the imagination, that the Muslims as a whole have to be to level them. That is that they

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dedicate all of their time to seeking knowledge. I'm not saying that community couldn't function like that. And it wasn't like that, at the time of the prophets of the light. It was something

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What I am saying is that there is a degree of your religion that you must know.

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And because of the information overload that we have, there's so many people who know things about Islam and who spread misconceptions. We have to continue to learn our religion, we cannot be satisfied with being ignorant.

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And so it is my advice that you take time daily, like I said, a half hour

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40 minutes, maybe some extra time on the weekend to just constantly listen to listen to, or pick up a book and read it for a half an hour or so. And ask the people to acknowledge the questions that you have about what you've read what you've read.

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But the point is to continue to develop the consistency and seeking knowledge with everything that we mentioned and doing in moderation across

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the province of Iowa, some said moderation, moderation and you'll reach your goal. That is the main hazard of Islam, that you do things in moderation. Later you shed that Dina I had to learn all over the province in line with some have said that none of you will go to extremes and the dean accepted the dean will defeat him You can't. You can't do that. You're not going to go that far. Some people we get excited. We get excited when we learn about our Dean, we get excited when Allah Subhana Allah has blessed us to practice more of our Deen and we want to push ourselves even further. But don't go to extremes and the religion or the religion will overcome you. Take this advice of the prophets of

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light of the sun and what I have commanded you to do do from it what you can do from what you can and what I have prohibited you from stay away from. So when it comes to the heart, there is no gradual, you know letting go of the heart you let go of the heart altogether. When it comes to the practice of the D it comes gradually. And your Eman is built by it gradually. So we asked the last panel what to add to read us fifth in his Deen and to aid us in remembering him and thanking Him and worshiping him properly. A lot of us living in Edina melody or his Muslim Vina was living in a union and the TPM as soon as possible.

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ality they have

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Okinawa, Japan along with the company shuttle

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questions, but this is the last Duff's I know it's late. And obviously the point this is the last dogs to take questions tell us a story salon and congregation, when the man is reciting quietly or silently then what is best act of devotion we do in in supply. If it is the hook or acid or the last two records of the shaft or the last striker of a model when the man is

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reciting silently you should be reciting as well as you recite,

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and then a slot after the fact and keep reciting until the man has done.

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You have questions.

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But this

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is secular education and

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normally there is debt accrued.

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Okay.

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We just like to get started with the question is secular education and

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play? So the question is about secular education is it important to the Muslim community, secular education is a key bang for the Muslim community, not just something that is important, it is a communal obligation, that we have to have Muslims who learn about medicine, we'll learn about engineering, we'll learn about the law, we'll learn about mathematics, we'll learn about the physical sciences and so on and so forth. This is a communal obligation, so that the Muslims are not dependent upon people who are outside of their community to fulfill their needs. And this is not something that

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this is something that has been dealt with over time. Remember,

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what they mean, and others from other scholars have all mentioned that this is a fire that is a communal obligation as for the means to go about acquiring a secular education? So the question is saying that a lot of times when a person wants to get a university education that they have to have, that they have to take a loan, and that loan is going to require them to take debt. And either they're going to have to go into debt. And a lot of times that debt may even be interest bearing, meaning that they're going to have to pay back more than what they have received.

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And the reality is, is that this issue is beyond the scope of what we have the ability to deal with, in detail at this particular time.

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But I won't say in general, that there

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comes a time when the Muslim community

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has to step up and figure out solutions to our bigger problems like these and there are solutions, there are solutions to these problems.

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The issue of going into depth

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in order to

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get a degree,

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a lot of times the debt that is accrued,

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a person has a grace period after they graduated six months a year and it varies from country to country.

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If a person fully expects to be able to pay off that debt, within the time period, that they are allowed to do so, without it accruing interest, then the Messiah or the benefit of them study and then paying off that debt takes precedence over the

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the mesoderm or the expected

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difficulty of them not being able to pay off the debt. So, it is it is a issue of weighing the pros and the cons and the situation and again, it has to be studied from a communal perspective, can a person study if they have to take that absolutely, they can study even if they have to take a debt. If that debt is interest bearing then that is going to vary from person to person and in general fettle is not appropriate below and

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any other questions upon

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making drywall staining? But the question is, what is the ruling on making glass while standing? And the answer is it's perfectly permissible to make glass while standing

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or while laying on your side.

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And to remember last paradigm in all, in any situation that you may be, so making go out standing we all make glass at night while standing in columns.

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So the issue is what things are permissible to do for someone who has died

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and the scholars have a difference of opinion as far as it relates to a hatch in the long run.

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The thing the debts and these types of things this is permitted across the board and by consensus of scholars as it relates to other acts of worship,

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such as giving charity, or establishing an endowment on their behalf.

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Or even praying

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or reading the Quran, that the majority of the scholars say that it is permissible to do those things, with the intention of gifting the reward to the one who has passed the intention of gifting the reward to the one who has passed, it is also by a consensus of the scholars.

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Not only permissible, but recommended that we make do I for those who have deceased and that this is one of the best things that we can do for them is to make do it for them, even if you are not even if it's not your parents, but making do it for the deceased Muslims benefits them.

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With hedge in their own bond, and paying off their debts, and making plans for them, there is no difference of opinion amongst the scouts. Even with the other things that we mentioned, the majority of the scholars say that the reward reaches them, even in their grades.

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If you're sending it,

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you don't get the same reward. If you gift it to someone else. It's like if you had $100, and you gave them $100, you don't have the $100 anymore, you gave it to them. So no, you don't get the same reward.

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But there is a reward. And if we look at for example, let's just look at how much

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you make hatch on behalf of your deceased mother.

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She gets the reward of heights.

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Hatch has a reward a lot more items with that reward is in the sense that you don't know how much data how many Danny has an edge or how many good deeds that is going to be counted for right?

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The difficulty that you faced during the hatch,

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need to add that you make during the hatch, the charity that you may give during the Hajj, the silhouette that you make during the Hajj, the extra two laughs that you may make while you're in Mecca. So these are all really you get the reward for those things. But the hides itself, the reward for the hydrocele goes to the person on behalf you're performing the deed.

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Yeah, yeah, you should give it here you give to the council fitted in the land that you are in, when it becomes an obligation, which is the night of the show you want to give it here.

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We're going to get into a big issue here that I don't want to open up that door for

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a low item. There are many mistakes that you can ask outside because now we're going to get into the issue of it doesn't have to be money or is it food and I don't want to

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Oh, footwear. Yeah.

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Okay. Okay, as long as long as it's no one's property because a lot of times that the sandals, the slippers, rabbit skin, the sandals that are outside the ones that people use for the bathroom, they don't belong to any they just keep them out. But yes, you can use them to go to the restaurant.

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And the other question is

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low