Hijrah to Allah #06 – True Migration

Tahir Wyatt


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now have the Commodore stain on the fiddle. When are the relay Michelle Julio personality ITR Medina me it love the linna or me your little when I had

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my shadow Allah you know he Malawi the whole actually cut out or shadow no Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was happy he was sending the message he men could do on a day on Monday in my bed today the fourth of logic

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corresponding to the 16th of February 2021. We want to continue with the six lesson in this book, A message from two book rusada to bulkier by one okay him translated in this edition as the spiritual journey to Allah and His messenger.

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Before we go to today's questions, who remembers what we covered last week, which was actually two classes. So

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yeah, covered the migration.

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Okay, so the migration, migration is of two types. There's the physical migration, which is to go from one land to another land.

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And then there is the migration of the heart. And that is what the subject of this book is the migration of the heart. What else do we cover? We started that. So we're going to Yeah.

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So we the definitions of beer and tequila. Now.

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What else?

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federal law. Okay, so we started with just that. That was actually the last point we talked about, fear our Illa fleeing to Allah subhana wa, Tada. tell you, anything else?

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So we talked about the hoodoo that Allah has had. Right? So the the boundaries that have been set by law, when when do we use don't go close to the boundary set by law.

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When that boundary itself is talking about something hard on when it's held on tight? When do we say don't cross the boundary set by law?

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When something is held out, and is a boundary? Do you have any luck? All right, though, I think that's the main takeaways and shala from last week. And we also did, and even though it's not in a book, or did but there's an allusion to it in the book, which is the physical headline itself. And we talked about when it is wise to leave the lands of disbelief and go to the land of Islam. And when it is Mr. Happy to do so. And

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Yanni the statement of some of the scholars, one is actually wants to have not to do so. But the reality is acquiring is that it's very important for us.

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Even if and

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I want to emphasize this point was I don't remember we talked about this last week, and

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even if you say and you take the opinion that it's it's permissible for you to stay and the lands of disbelief, you still have to you still have to narrow down your circle.

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You know, minimize, minimize your interaction, and it with with people who do not share your values and with those things that are going to take you away from your faith. And it because there's always shoe black and shadow wet. Right? There's always those people who are going to try to make you doubt your faith who are going to try to take away your certainty. And even sometimes when they're not trying, even if they're not trying the information that is out there the programming of our children from a very young age, right? It's not conducive to faith.

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And that's why it's very important, you know, that that, that there are Islamic alternatives that there are Islamic schools that we support the schools that exist, that we try to make them better that the schools you know, that were there in the absence of those schools that we try to create them, right. I mean, this is very important because if the only alternative for our children is that they are surrounded all day in their formative years. By monka right if we remember as the Kodama Rahim Allah tada says, Why is it Mr. Hat even if you can practice your name? Why is it Mr. Have to go so that you don't keep saying monka right. You don't keep seeing evil things, hearing evil things

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being a part of those

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And then you become desensitized to the point that you don't even see it as being something bad. It's just normal to just normal, why you have such a problem with it? Right.

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You know, people, you may see somebody else who has a problem with something that is Moncada. What because you're so desensitized, you feel like they over exaggerate. So, the point is, you know, that is actually part of the hedger of the heart, right, even if you're living in the lands of disbelief, right that part of the hinge of the of the heart is that you are around other people who share your vision and what you want out of life, which should be the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa tide and that's it. Okay, we're going to talk about that. So it's not I don't need to go into much detail right now shall take today's questions.

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They appear, you can't get him.

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By the end of tonight's lesson in sha Allah to Allah you should be able to answer these questions. The Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam said,

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I seek refuge in You from you.

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I will be can Minke. Explain how a true understanding of this statement helps the heart helps the heart be attached to Allah alone

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who is the true mohajir

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three? What are the 10 means enough time Rahim Allah mentions are most effective in developing your love of the law.

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tell you who went on and read some of the book

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and preparation for today's lesson of course, everybody, right.

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So, did you see number three? That question number three, when you were reading

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Thai? Salah Hey, Chelsea, we'll get there with Leila. Alright, so today inshallah, we're going to talk about migration to Allah subhana wa tada and we're going to finish talking about that today be it Neela that is our objective that is our goal for today in the light and the next week in sha Allah will start talking will take on the chapter that deals with the migration to the Messenger of Allah the Salatu was sent in. So we did begin this which is that his era requires that migration requires from and to

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as important for us to understand to really grasp that concept of there being a from and they to that you are see and this is if we look at the bottom of page 16

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so everybody pay 16 at the bottom for Fugu Illa salted barrier to flee unto Allah right so this is kind of where we stopped, where it says indeed true tawheed requires freedom from Allah alone, or freedom from fleeing from a law unto him under this heading of from and to therefore falls a great rally of heat. So that's what we're gonna talk about today inshallah, but what I want to emphasize is that l frog that that terminology is used in the Quran to talk about what

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sometimes now

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in the core I'm in the poor I know I'm saying linguistically. So, so little Jamal for example, right call in Moulton lady want to feel Runa Minho, right say that death that you are what to feel Runa Minho that you are what? Running away from Sophie rar and when you flee anyway, even that in that concept without adding anything to it, you're running away from something.

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And Allah Subhana Allah uses that

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when he's talking to certain people who are disobeying him, and he's telling them called nL molter lady want to feel wound and men who say that the death that you are running away from for him no ish, malarkey. It's in front of you.

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So even though you're running away from it, you really can't because it's there. No matter which way you turn, it's in front of you. So you actually can't run away from interestingly enough, and this is a side point all together, but I find it phenomenal. One of us have, I think was able to double down on him Allah. He said in risk. Yup. lubu can come

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And then motor yacht lubuk

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your provisions seek after you the same way the death is seeking after you like the same way you can't run away from death, you can't run away from the risk that Allah Subhana Allah has written for you. So don't don't go out and try to get it in hard on ways because it's coming for you anyway.

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The halaal is coming for you and whatever is written for you going to get it you're going to get it and you're not going to die and so you get everything that was already written for you. So that you don't have to go out and try to earn wealth in a haram manner in Allah Pai one layer below in that tayyiba Allah Subhana Allah is to you he's pure, and he only accepts that which is pure and is coming for you anyway your risk is coming for you the same way that death is coming for you. So panela So the point here when we talking about alfea ra is usually used to talk about running away from something okay

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fluorochemical acid

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do them now the Hadith where the Prophet alayhi salatu salam says fill minute jus then can he run away from the mission do that run away from the town from not mistaken now forgetting to

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run away from the plague the one that the way that you run away from an asset and in other words, the here we're still using a furor mean right so running away from something but Eliza gel also says in the Quran, this is in the eye that's with us from 30 feet. Lola

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and that's not very common. Right? So you're talking about fleeing to something being to a loss pantai which is which is going as quickly as you can towards a lot so Hannah, who would

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tell you that Mia said he says here are haimo Allah even okay Rahim Allah at the very bottom here page 16 he's saying that the truth oh eight requires that you flee from Allah to Allah. What does that mean? How do you run away from Allah

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to Allah?

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Okay, he says here is the great reality of toe eight and this one is going to talk about now shall all time publishing page 7370. Yes. Laying and Anwar

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playing unto Allah Subhana what Allah means directing worship, purely exclusively to him, together with other acts that worship entails such as appeal, love, fear, surrender, and reliance. Alright, so

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I want you to cross out. I think somebody that is switcheroo on me and maybe I bought the wrong book, because I have some notes in here. Okay.

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But in Arabic, there's I don't know, I'm not sure where he got the word appeal from. But that's not there. It says in my head, but I'll have it says ynab so where it says surrender

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ynab does anyone know what ynab means?

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offline, he starts off even Okay, he says in my habits will hopefully enable what tawakkol were

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caller was saying daddy can mean manipulate over the way he says.

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So, surrender here. I'm not sure why translated ynab as surrender but he nabba means

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to turn to a loss of habitat is very similar to tober. Okay, but the E nabba is a next level.

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And, and interestingly enough, if you look up the word conversion

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it's very similar to ynab because conversion is your linguist here. So maybe I should ask you.

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So, come conversion is to,

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to leave off one thing and adopt another thing, like you have a change of heart right? So when you when there's conversion. And so, with ynab you are stopping everything that is displeasing to a loss penciler Alright, you stopped doing it that way and then like you turn so you do it, you know you do a U turn from that which is displeasing to Allah and you're turning to Allah subhana wa tada in Abba. So turning to Allah is a is a is a

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three words that mean? ynap

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But if you want it to use conversion, but I don't know if a lot of people would understand it that way. But if you wanted to use it that way, and you understand it that way, that's a decent translation for you nevertheless fantana knows best. And then he says, m reliance.

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Okay, so fleeing unto Allah means

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he says, Hey mohalla

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he talks about Apollo will wander over there. So it says directing your worship, and your servitude, right to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And everything that that requires, so your servitude. alodia requires certain things, you can't truly be a slave of Allah, until you work until you love Allah habitat until you fear him until you turn to Him until you touch what Kalani was Sam Roman, as in a little Buddha, he says, and the rest of the stations of servitude.

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That is what it means to flee to Allah. So directing your worship and your servitude to Allah. Okay.

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So that's an includes, did you read this part? This includes the tawheed of air here, which is the common theme among the messengers, messages,

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mail officers praising peace upon the mob, II then when we talk about fleeing to Allah, that includes to hate layer here. And classically, the scholars when they categorize tohei, they either mentioned two categories, or three categories, two categories when they say tauheed and marivaux. Well, it's bandt, which is singling out Allah subhana wa Tada. And in terms of affirming His names and his attributes and affirming him as the rub Subhana, who would add

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which which is inclusive of tau, a little v until he goes through here, and, you know, many do it in three categories until hate are all here or to hate a cause that were thought of which is to

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single out Allah subhanho wa Taala as your the object of worship.

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And when you single something out, what does that actually mean?

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That your focus is solely on that thing that that nothing else gets a piece of that. And that's why you say let ilaha illa Allah right. So there's La Ilaha that starts by negating any deity, right? Any deity that deserves that worship Illa Allah, except Allah, that the only way you can have tawheed is to negate and affirm or affirm and again, right so if I said, if I said Mohammed is sitting down type, does that mean nobody else is sitting down?

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No, the only way I can single him out is to do what is to negate that from everybody else. And say, No one is sitting down except Muhammad. Right? So when you when we single it out, that is toying with that without that there is no, there is no to hate.

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And this is the common thread of the messages of the messengers I am with salatu salam is that Allah azza wa jal is the only one that deserves to be worshipped. And this is what it means to flee to Allah that your heart is attached to him Subhanahu wa tada that you are directing your worship purely to Allah Subhana who attack fleeing to him type, fleeing from alarming something different from

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fleeing from a law. One the other hand, fleeing from a law unto him includes the tauheed a rubia. And the affirmation of the other when we say that a loss of habitat it is the Robert, what does that mean?

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So we're talking about ownership.

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We're talking about sustenance. And you said what?

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He's the Creator. And is one other thing. He said that sustainer sustenance Mashallah.

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He's the Creator. He is the owner. He is the Sustainer

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that mod that beer Yeah, like the one who manages and maintains, maintains and that sets of managers not sorry

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that so that's more like a translation.

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But, but those four main meanings

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Are are captured when we talk about a rub Subhana who would tell you so I'll Hulk al mulk or risk and I

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just wanted to

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play. So when we talk about fleeing from Allah

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This is on the other side of To me it's it's affirming that Allah subhanho wa Taala is the rub and it's affirming his kuduk that Allah subhana wa tada has decreed for certain things to have anything that happens it is because of a loss of habitat is the creek type economy. It professes that whatever one date, or fears or evades in the creation only takes place by a loss will that and that is easier said than done. But in order to truly flee to Allah, you have to free flee from him.

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Alright, and this is where this is the language that even okay Ibrahim Allah, Allah is using, right? But it's based on the Hadith of the Prophet or said some are Hadith of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, which is which is going to come. So So it says what fleeing from Allah professes that whatever one hates or fears or evades in the creation, only takes place by laws will keep reading and be, indeed whatever a law suppose and what the answer was, must happen and exist because of the laws will and whatever he does not will, can never happen or exists. Thus, when one please unto a law, one would actually be playing from a thing that occurred by laws will and decree In other

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words, one would be fleeing from law and junior

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high, what's that mean?

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So, okay, fleeing from the shadow of the creation, though, though, we, we don't say from the shadow that he created. Edit in my last habitat, right. So So part of part of the way as the Prophet it is selected was Salam so was shoved through laser lake. Right, so we don't attribute evil to Allah subhanho wa Taala, though He is the creator of everything, and he has created some of his creation, with their own freewill. So they have the ability to do things that are evil. And then there are things that happen, that the effects of those things are, are evil, sometimes it is from the punishment of Allah Subhana, who was added, what is tsunamis or earthquakes and hurricanes and COVID

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he said Kofi.

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Right, that the the point here is that even those other things that you may flee from that are displeasing to a loss of habitat and you're leaving them off, you want that out of your life, you don't want that ever to be a part of your life, and you turn to Allah, you recognize that that thing is still from a loss pantallas decree it's going to become clear as he goes along. So I don't want to jump the gun no one properly understands this will then understand the meaning of the prophets of Allah right. And he was selling his words.

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Yeah, what are all the becoming?

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Waiting for my turn? Okay, sure. Turn.

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Can I seek refuge from you? in you? Yeah. Okay, so let's before we go into this heavy because it's gonna get a this Hadeeth is in the next highlights are very important for us to kind of stop it. But let's look at what it means to flee from Allah to Allah fellowship from Allah. Allah Almighty.

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Very laughable and the point of a sham and we reached so

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yeah, that that's a town. So where's this interestingly enough I didn't think about it. But where's this book count where did it we'll kind of write this from

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right going back from heights and he stopped where and to boot. So Sutton is actually a very small was I don't know if it still exists, was a very small village right outside of to book right so and where is to book which direction from Medina, north and west, almost like is really like the last major city before you would get to Shanghai. So I just want you to picture I'm on the long side and was left Medina. He's heading that way north.

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was heading up to sham. He's almost there. He's almost a sham

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father and when we started, the commanders of the Muslim army the commander's ever obeyed Him.

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And his companions met him and told them that a plague had broken out and share. Coffee. The eldest of Croatia immigrated. I call them I call them Jani. Evelyn Bader is speaking right there. He's saying that I'm on the low tide and who told him to call the elders of coding. And he there was there's a little bit more to the story, but ultimately, that's what it boiled down to. Yeah, I called them and they gave me a unanimous opinion saying, We advise you that you should return with the people and do not take them to that place of play. So I made an announcement. I will write back to Medina in sha Allah to Allah in the morning so you should do the same and will obey this algebra

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to say to Allah, you fleeing from a loss to Korea, are you fleeing from a loss decree to a woman cutted Ilan.

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Omar very loud and said what that someone else has said such a thing. Yeah, Abu Zubaydah now what do you get from that?

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No, no, no.

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He didn't expect that from him. He said somebody come on you saying it right. So this is Yeah, yes. We are fleeing from a loss from Hmm, also allows the cream from to alright.

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Yeah, one will properly understands this, he says, will then understand the meaning of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sedans words, what are the bigger mink I seek refuge from you? in you?

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As the translator mentions, this is part of a hadith that is recorded by any man Muslim

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from Ashanti Allahu tada and that one night she heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say in sujood Okay, this is during the night prayer. Allah in the owl will be revived come in Sahaja will be more fat he came in recuperating. What will be coming late or season and I think and to come out at any time and are sick or long did I seek refuge in your pleasure from your wrath? Okay, your protection from your punishment and I seek refuge in You from you. But But look at this context, right? So I seek refuge in your pleasure from your wrath. I seek refuge in your protection from your punishment I seek refuge in You from you. I cannot offer you the praise you deserve. Indeed you are

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as only you can praise yourself not sure.

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s. Oh, that's

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not good. It's already there. Right? Yes. Okay. One more thing also understand the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, LAN Moussa admin admin jamming the link, there is no shelter or escape from you except to you. There is nothing in the creation from which one would flee or seek protection, but that is created and dominated by a loss of power who want to add I want us to stop right there. Okay, so nothing in the creation from which one would flee or seek protection type What do you seek protection from?

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evil and harm? What else? What are the what? What are some of the do eyes that you memorize from the Prophet so light it was some way says the lemania will do becoming something?

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Me Well hasn't what's happened hasn't What is that?

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anxiety and sadness? And what else?

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I want to make a minute now from the fire. What else? Am I in fact, from the job? From knowledge that doesn't benefit

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from the punishment of the grave from cover this belief from poverty, right? Yeah.

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Our lives.

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I seek refuge in You, Oh Allah from the evil that I have done and from the evil that I haven't done. Right. So okay, so those are those are things that the prophet Isaiah Samantha was sent in, would seek refuge in Allah Subhana Allah, right. All of those things. All of those things that you're seeking protection and loss and data from are what duration. They're creations of a loss of habitat.

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He has created them. And he was, and he controls them. I mean, if you want to think about like,

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a practical example, right, so you're at the zoo with your children, and then all of a sudden a lion is set free. Well, yeah.

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Like, any Have you seen a lion? like up close in person? Not behind the cage? No, thank God. Yes, she did.

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See the shape forgot.

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We didn't go on a safari she

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it was a lion like, you know, Subhanallah elephants running right? Like, it's, it's like that. So you have to remember that these are the creation of a lost parents and what

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and that they control by Allah. Allah controls them a lot, as it says here created and dominated by law.

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That has to be, you know, I mean, you think about somebody on the wrong side of a weapon being pointed at them, right, and the fear that's there.

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It in any situation that a person would flee or seek protection from. And then he remembers that Allah is the one that is in control, he created this, and he is in control of it. If it goes away that you didn't want it to go, I mean, there are other things that people fear, they fear losing their jobs, they fear, right?

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All types of thing.

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who's in control, a lost power that

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when a person remembers that,

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then they are going to flee from that thing, that they dislike,

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to the one that is in control panel with right, look at what it does to it, no claim says it does to the heart now.

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Therefore, one please, from that which is mandated by laws decree, will end the creation. And one please unto that which is mandated by laws, mercy, goodness, kindness, and bounty heads, one please from among, and tune in, and seek refuge in Him from him. Now

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that that Hadith that we covered last mljet, while menjaga minca illa II like

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this is part of a longer Hadees. And I want to just I wanted to mention it here and the translator happy to allow mentioned it in the

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in the footnotes.

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And reason why I think it's important to mention it is because part of a longer Hadith that the Prophet Allah was sent on was say at night. And as we're going to cover, one of the ways that you grow and love for loss of habitat, and you nurture your love of Allah Subhana Allah is the lamb with Vic, is that you are in constant remembrance of a loss of habitat. And that means that there there are certain

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certain forms of remembrance that the practice of law it was selling were make as specific times and others would just general nicolaysen panela, humbly learned a lot well. And then there's certain if I can use the term loosely formula that the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam instructed us to you say this 100 times and lasagna to Allah forgive your sins and so forth.

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So there there are times, and then there are numbers that the prophets Alliance has ascribed to certain mathcad and then there's just what we call a decoder McLachlan interested. the remembrance of Allah Subhana Allah at any time in any place. And, and so as I showed you last time, and I said about the process, I'm Kenny escalada, could he had any of the problems I saw will remember lon every situation, again, when there are specific outcome, like the morning and the evening. And then though there are those adkar that assess specifically before going to sleep, these are important adkar because nobody guaranteed that you're going to wake up. So if you go to sleep on a ticket of a

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loss of habitat, then inshallah that is a hottie Mattoon has no, right that is a good end. Right? So it is important that you know, we memorize these words as the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam said them, right because he was the best one to remember last pandadoc nobody else is going to come up with a decode that is better than what the prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam says so from this decode here, which is collected by Bukhari and Muslim from a blog and as a mother you allow China annual he said that the prophesize someone was saying when going to bed Aloma slim to enough see like with Jetta watching lake or for what to mid lake or Lj to vahi like Robertson, Robertson, la gran MLG

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While I'm in Jamaica Illa II like I meant to be guitar we can let the result when a be geka Allah they are sent right so when one of the companions I think it was a Brian is saying howdy when he said what Beatrice be Rasulullah Khiladi up, Celt the promissory someone correct and it was a no brainer beaker Allah Dr. Salah, which shows us the importance of memorizing these adkar the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said them, even if the meaning is similar, even if the meaning is very close, like we should try to memorize them, like jabot all the time and know when he mentioned the head either is the harder he said, Ken and abuse Elia. Some of you are luminal is the

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hora what color you are Lee Mona, a surah terminal Quran, he would teach us the way that he would teach us a sorter from the core. I

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mean, what, don't make any mistakes. This is how you say it, is how you say SubhanAllah. And it. So that's the one part and then the other part is that the tech cut off, right? So so that it's it's there's repetition with it, so that you make sure that you say it, or that you've got it down, and you say it every night before you go to sleep in the nighttime. Now, Dr. Matt, please mentioned that I saw this good book that was put out by the yaqeen Institute. And it's one of the authors was somebody that we know, and wanted to know if you could recommend that book to us real funny. So

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yeah, so there's a there's a book.

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I don't remember how many aetheria there are maybe 1617 but it was that one specifically for

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protection from harm. The profit on a slide was saying I was told is many of car the deal with protection from harm. And

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and so the it's very and hamdulillah I don't see the books there now.

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shakable Mohammed is every year has translated something from fickle edia whether the car primarily

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or another work of shake up the rizek and whether happy to allow to add but she

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says that that's the one from last year so that that's not from fickle idea what I'd caught if I'm not mistaken, that is from Philadelphia, plate man who

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has like a locker. So so they they all kind of look like this, in terms of the size, they're all the same size, this one is dealing with visiting the sick and

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praying for those who have passed. And the shake up the rizek has one of the better books on an idea whether it's car

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It started out as a as a series he would do on a radio, he's also called on and Kriti which you can get now live, you can stream it live on YouTube. And every day at one o'clock they do

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neuron a duck, which is the fatawa from the keyboard. But in any event, the point here is that it started out as as a lesson as lessons he would do on a radio and then shake members handle hola requests requested from him to put it in book form. And so, he he gathered it all up and and put it in a book form it was printed initially it was printed on four volumes and then they they combined they combined them so it came out in two volumes. And And so, the format is to mention some of the decoded the decoded to do it itself and then with the with a brief explanation of the decoding so you can know it this one Mashallah

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evening explanation of the morning and evening edcon This one's from Han Allah is your companion because if you get into the habit of the morning in the the evening adkar The rest will become easy inshallah.

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So the morning and the evening, Epcot, the ones will probably go to sleep

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and then again then you'll fill in the blanks in Sharla like the dye you make when you put your clothes on do I make when you enter the bathroom and so on. So all of that will come because those ones you'll keep shall never be out of place to say that you didn't mention that it was your name or your book that I was talking to you I'm not gonna we're not gonna go there.

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Mohammed's editing all of that out humble

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player, this one. So I just I want you it when you go back to the book, you can look at the footnote on page 80

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and try to memorize this do I

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ever you don't memorize it may just hold it up with a paper before you go to sleep and then put it down in your bed after you know a few days. 10 days whatever it is. It'll be memorized. You just got to do it. You got to do it and you got to ask them

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last pair that and make it easy for you at a time.

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Right like the promise I sent him to die that he taught my alumni at Indiana Dietrich helped me to remember you This is part of allotment of time to helping you to remember him. You keep that by a big just say that one night. And then when you get that one down is you know several other that you'll be able to implement Sharla

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longstaff follows the hearts attachment. Yes. understand these two matters totally cuts the hearts attachment to other than a lot in situations of fear, hope and love period. And that's where you want to get to because that's the hedge Allah to Allah. Right? men cannot hedge Allah to who Illa Allah in in NEEMO had your own Isla Robbie Ibrahim Alayhi Salam say in the war as you run in Arabi, that's his own mission in life. And hijiri Lola in the Mohammed you want to get out of the best colors. That's what I'm here for my travel, my journey is to a lot less. So here. Understanding these two matters, totally cuts the hearts attachment to other than a lot situations of love here.

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once you realize that that thing that you're scared of isn't allows hands. I don't need to be anxious about it. I don't need to be it. Of course we take our precautions, all of that it doesn't mean that we give up that was not the way of the Prophet it is. So like he was saying when he went into Mecca had his armor on a larger scale tells him the Koran who do his right. Take your precautions, you don't just go to battle and you know you said whatever is gonna happen is gonna happen. No, you have to do your part. But ultimately, you recognize that this is in the hands of Allah subhana wa tada it may not go the way that I thought was best. But whatever last chance Allah

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decrees is the best.

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No one would then know that anything from which one please exists only by laws will power and creation. This will not leave in one's heart any fear from other than his creator and maker, causing one to turn to Allah alone in fear, hope and love. Okay, is that making sense? Is there anything? If you want to ask something, that's fine.

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All right. For the weather, what were the thing from which one please not subject to laws will empower one could then be justified in fearing it. But this would be like running from one being to a more powerful being without having full confidence that the second being is powerful enough to protect against the first a lot. So that is why it's very important for us to understand

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that a loss of head that whatever it is, whatever it is that you are fleeing from, and we should be fleeing from things, there are certain things that we should be moving away from.

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But, but not because we fear ultimately because we fear that thing, but because we feared the displeasure of a loss. What's our

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Yes, contrary contrary to the above, the Now Is that the one whose protection is so it is the one who decrees wills and creates and controls. All that which is invaded should not leave in the heart any interest in seeking other protectors.

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Understand, well do we need this important meaning in the above words of the Prophet STOVL love either he was seven, the scholars have explained them in various ways, but very few among them have realized this meaning, which is the word core. And most

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I don't know, I don't know correlate core and moral exactly, I don't know if that's a English construct that comes together. But what it what he's saying here is that this is the these are the true the true intent behind these words of the Prophet. So the lie It was also

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i, it gives me pause that this translation here which says but very few among them have realized this meaning, he actually says very few men who come to Ottawa to be heard in doctor he is what I remember him saying, which basically means not that they didn't realize it, because we don't know what they realize in that, but basically, what he what he's saying is that this is not something that they mentioned, the subtle point is not something that they mentioned. So it doesn't sometimes it feels like you know, you see said very few have realized this meaning is different than saying that very few have mentioned this subtle point, right.

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Yeah. Which is the which is the words intent. Yeah. This facilitation in understanding is indeed from a loss of power went to Allah. Thus it

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Hear. I mean, the reason why he's saying this, and I don't know if it's captured in the English, but he's saying that this understanding is a blessing that allows him to he feels like Allah Subhana. Allah gave him because it's not he's saying like, I didn't read this from what the other scholars have said, in terms of the explanation of the heady. He's saying that this is something that allows parents to open the doors for him to understand when it comes to, to this, this. And this is, indeed 90 These are some of the the little nuggets that you'll find in this book that you may not find elsewhere.

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That's the whole matter, resolves to fleeing from a blog,

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which is the meaning of Israel to a loss of power. And with that, because of this, the prophet alayhi salatu was Salam said, and Mohammed you met that man or mom who is a true Migrator is He Who abandons that which Allah has prohibited, right because because any anything, see even if you like it, because you have to, you have to get to the point where you dislike the things that are displeasing to a loss of habitat. Sometimes your home

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is is calling you to like something that is displeasing to a lot. So it takes time. And that in fact, one of the great blessings that Allah has had a bless the Prophet alayhi salatu salam with them bless the campaign's with is what we'll call baja eco Monaco for our Vasu Cabrales. Yeah, that was something that that was a blessing that he cut, right that he made it this light to them what covered this Willie, and fullsuit major sins and their skin, the lesser sins, that disobedience told last time that this was that they actually is not just that they didn't do it, they weren't, they hated it.

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And if you don't like something, it's a lot less likely that you're going to do it than if you actually do like it. And you'd like just kind of holding yourself back. You know, there's only so much so far you can go and then and then you're going to you know, explode. Yeah.

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So as you know, a man increases and decreases and he man is a spectrum, right? So there's the muslimeen and is the meaning and there's the mercy Nene and each one of them is also a spectrum. So no doubt about it. If somebody likes something that is displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala there is a deficiency and he man in that particular field, particular aspect and it's it's something that a person struggles to overcome. And it's it's clearly a deficiency because you would not equate somebody who has gotten to the level where they dislike what Allah Subhana Allah dislikes, and the person who actually likes it, even though they both work, refraining from it, they're not saying

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Actually, this is also why the last panel who went the Add associates between a man and hitchman in several places of this book, yeah, so, you can go back to the

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the examples that he mentions down here, so two bucket on sorbitol and fat and tober. But the point here is that who is the mohajir

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when you look at this,

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the Hadith, the prophet SAW it some says most Muslim woman Salim al Muslim Luna melissani II WA, when he write a must limb is the one who selima and the other people are free from our safe from his tongue in his hand right because

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what does the word Muslim come from which were

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s Lama and

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then he's a he so he's a a Muslim Islam a means to what?

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To submit that the route like you might say, which was which was selling is

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while we get the word from net Sam, which is

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which is peace. Okay, time. So the Muslim is the one who salema any other people are safe from they have peace, if you will, right? From right. salema and if they say from his hand and his tongue

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Well, I'm standing alongside the iron pipe and then he says while mohajir Oh, and the real mohajir the one who's an actual

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immigrant, right who is who is migrating the migrant

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Is he who had Yara who abandons that which Allah has prohibited you run away from that thing to Allah. That's the, when we talk about he Java to Allah, it has to have both work from and to. So you're running away, you're fleeing from those things that are lost hands out, it is displeased with. Right? And you're running to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Now that

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the two terms being for sleep they can each one of them. Yeah. Yeah, this one from the importance of migrating. Oh, yeah, the hitches. Okay, the hatred is propelled by the Yeah, in conclusion, hatred to a loss. So here the author is concluding shame me don't blame him. Allah is concluding this section talking about migrating to Allah and he says what, in conclusion hit or loss upon whom what the attic consists of abandoning that which he hates, and doing that which he loves, and accepts his read then arises from love and hatred, obviously, what does that mean it arise from love and hatred. What's that mean? Love, loving what Allah loves and hating what he hates not obviously, a Migrator

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from one place to another must have more love with a place to which he migrates, then that from which he migrates there by giving preference to the location that is dearer to him Subhanallah except that sometimes a person makes hedgerow because he's forced to. Right So what did the Prophet sallallaahu Selim say when he was kicked out of Mecca? Right, the prophet SAW Selim did not migrate to Medina because Medina was more beloved him Dimmick.

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That's not what happened.

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He got kicked out of Mecca.

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And he said, lo Lem, orphanage, oh,

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engineer calm. And in the meaning of the Hadith. I don't remember the exact wording in Arabic, but he says that, if it was not for the fact that my people had kicked me out from you, I would not have left you. Right. So he was for even though and so panela. And this is the beauty, even though obviously, he did not know what the last pantalla had decreed for him in the future, which was that Medina was the the better place

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for the to serve as the incubator for the development of, of Islam.

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And how it grew from there. And then the province I said, I went back

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and took Mecca without fighting.

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And the mecca became the land of, of Islam as well. Right so Subhana Allah that was a migration that happened, it was a forced migration. And sometimes we need to be forced to migrate to Allah.

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A person's next desire, a person's next desire and devil keep inviting him to that which opposes that which a lot of time with the island loves and improves. And he is constantly tried by these three things, as they call him to that which is pleases his Lord. At the same time, the call of the man continues directing him to that which pleases his Lord. Therefore, he should keep migrating to a law at all times, and should not abandon this Syndra until death, that that Hezbollah has to stay with you as

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as long as you're breathing.

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Now, this picture becomes stronger or weaker and a person depending upon depending on his arts level of love, for a long time, highlight that, put a

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two lines under whatever way you make sure that you know that this is important. This hedger becomes stronger or weaker and a person depending on his heart's level of love for Allah.

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Therefore, what he's showing here is that not all of them will have God and are the same.

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Some people's hedge Allah is going to be a very strong hedge or pleasing to Allah subhana wa Tada. And they're going to be, they're going to be pleased with the law and the law is going to be pleased with them, and some people's hedgerow is weak.

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The axis that that hedgerow revolves around is the law

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Allah subhanahu wa Tada. All right, so now, the stronger This level is the more complete and perfect the hitcher, when this level weakens, the hedger weakens do, what does he mean by the hedgerow weakens too?

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What are we talking about here, we're talking about fleeing from those things, which displease Allah, fleeing to those things that, that please Allah, recognizing, internalizing that whatever it is that you're fleeing from Allah is the one that's in control, he is the one. So you're not going again.

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I mean, this is this is where the heart is truly attached to a loss pantalla and only fears a lot.

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But that's a that's a level that comes as the love of Allah Subhana Allah grows because your hedgerow is being affected by it. So you're, you're recognizing that it is a law that is in control of this thing that I'm afraid of afraid of losing my job or or losing my investments or having this stolen or what

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but then you realize a loss and control I'm going to do those things within the boundaries that are lost pans out has set to protect myself and then ultimately recognize that it's in the hands of a lot I'm not going to do something hot

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right? So

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but all of that is based on what how does it become stronger, become stronger through the love of Allah subhana wa tada when this level weakens the hatred or weakens to until he would barely be able to detect his presence, or having or have the willingness to, to act upon it. So there's only another two paragraphs that we need to read inshallah, before we get to migration to the messenger. So for that reason,

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we're going to briefly go into

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the, the things that even though Kane mentions and my dad is Sadie King, when he talks about the 10 things that will cause us to draw closer to Allah Subhana Allah and develop our love of Alaska how to have a fellowship means to developing love. Okay, I'm going to tell you this as well. Right now, memorize these, this is your

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long pipe massive knowledge.

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What I want you to realize here

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this is not for academic purposes.

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This is so that you implement it in your life.

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Therefore, is not enough to be go back. I mean, catch the slides. take a pic no matter right now. memorize this without memorizing right now. Together tight the means to developing love for Allah mo pay him by him. Hello, Todd says Phil s Bab

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Lj Ljd by the muhabba well Mooji by law, he actually is going to mention the 10 that means that attract that love and that bring about and develop that love for last pantalla he says that they are 10 he says that they are 10

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time followship the first number one recitation of the Quran, reflecting and understanding its meanings and its intent, okay, then number one means that you have to have a weird Yomi that you have to have a daily

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portion of the Quran that you read, whether you whether you divvy that up by time or by pages, but there has to be a certain

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portion of your day that is dedicated to the grind every single day suffer and will hobbled on madhuban Sahih Han in a hurry, you have to have a portion of the day that is dedicated to the core iron

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period. It's number one all the time

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for everything. This is how you gain and develop that love for lost parents.

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Now, number two, seeking closeness to Allah by performing voluntary these after having performed obligatory ones, but that leads one to the highest, the highest levels of love. What am I to cover in a TV show you and I have been a methodology to it. Well, that is that allowed you to cuddle whether you've been no I feel he had to HIPAA laws kind of as an ideal could see. There's nothing that you can do that is more beloved to him than the things that he has made obligatory and then you continue to do the VA

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voluntary beads until Allah loves you find your door

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you're not going to do everything that's very rare that a person does everything that he excels in giving charity and and cells and fasting and excels in prayer and excels in any. There are some people that are like that Apple bucket is a vehicle the allowed to and it was one of them and he asked the Prophet alayhi salatu was saying, Would they be anybody who enters from all of the doors of gender? And he said, Yes, when I had to come in home, and inshallah you're from monster, right? But that's not most people. Most people in the commentators of Hadith have mentioned it but I'm the Baba Rahim Allah is one of the earlier ones that talked about this. It's very rare for multiple

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doors to be open for one person, find your door and excel excel in that, but continue to do those good things, those good deeds after your fried pipe. So number one is what

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recitation of the core ion to depth Borel core on understanding the Quran. Right. Time. Number two, is why

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seeking closeness to a law through what by you doing your full right, that's a given. And then following that up with with voluntary deeds type

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number three, yes. Number three, remembering mentioning a lot during every situation with one's tongue, heart actions and state another words, that the tongue has to move with the remembrance of Allah, the heart, first and foremost should be engaged. And that is what breeds that mentioning on the tongue. And sometimes it's the tongue that reminds the heart. So you just because you just get into the habit of Subhan, Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah have the lead, then you start thinking, Oh, I'm actually saying so Pamela, I'm saying how they lead right? By which which is, which is I'm gonna tell you something, if you get into the habit, so Pamela, you say things without realizing you

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you say it without realizing saying

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without anyway, but the point is, you'll find that there may even be people around you who recognize that you said something you didn't even realize you said it and it's just want to remember some alone. So the idea is that you're remembering the lost hands on it through you through your tongue, your heart, your actions, your hand, Yanni, your entire being is in the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala from the Siebel women and mahabis era covered in the CB human has a Dickey one share, come on. Yeah, one second one share of love is to, to the degree of one share in this, Danny, in other words, it correlates The more you do victim, the more you will grow in love with the loss

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of habitat.

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Number four, bearing that which Allah loves over that which you love, when being overcome by your desires, and ascending to that which he loves, even when the climbing is difficult. Yeah. So even when it's difficult for you, you climb up to what that to what it is that a loss of habitat and loss. And you prefer that over your own loves, even when your desires are strong. Right? So giving, giving that preference to what Allah Subhana Allah loves. Number five, allowing your heart to reflect on his names and attributes.

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Okay, so here it's it's summarize now you're not getting an email from him with no slides, I go over Matala to call Billy Esma. He was he fancy he. So this is major because everyone cayambe is talking about the learning the names and see facts of a loss has names and attributes.

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And then he says one wish I had that he had were married if it had

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you witnessed those names and you know those things. What does it means to witness the names and see facts of a law? What does that even mean?

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He did a lot of things and they actually are that you actually believe

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that's more than just believing.

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What does it mean to witness something? You see when you see that thing? You see a laws Rama in it. You see, you see his hikma use rubeus Mobile if you want to maybe be in war. Right?

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Right, again, exactly. Those things that happen in life, you start to see them as manifestations of a loss of habitat. Like like another let's look at like for example and we've talked about this before but solo Dania, right, which at the time or model the alone time angle

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was was upset that that went there because they felt like they were kind of getting into the Kufa and then and then he looked back later. And he saw the hc marvelous pans out. And again, you're seeing the manifestation of allies with those hikma in that thing. So you start to witness that's what it means to witness the names and attributes of Allah Subhana Allah in various events and things that happen.

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And then he says, He says from now on what's the reality had in mind if it were me, I Dini Hi, Annie and allowing that took the heart to go to and fro in the gardens of this knowledge, right?

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From an out of a lobby estimate, he was a fancy word for it, he had the whole ama had. And that's the point here, whoever knows a lot to his names and his attributes. And who knows him through his actions will love him.

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Lamb had without without his own choice, meaning that he has he has no choice in the matter, no way. He has no choice in the matter, he will love Allah if he knows him through his names and attributes. And this is similar to what you all have covered with shakable Mohammed in and what

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it says to the man where

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where it shows it to the man.

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Yes, the section that deals with what is it that increases your email.

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So and then, and one of the things that he mentioned in there was one reading the book of a long span of time, right? So it increases your demand increases your love for loss of habitat. Tip number six, reflecting on his many favors and blessings, both the apparent ones and hidden money, what that leads to desire that leads to his needs to his love. Yes. So So what happens now so how luck is that when you start to realize how many favors or lost parents out there has given Jani you we are naturally inclined to love those who do good to us, is a natural thing that you're inclined to love those who do good at

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who has done better to you than Allah.

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were entitled to Namah to Allah better.

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If you try to enumerate them, you can't, you won't be able to do so. Right? And even the difficulties that we go through have a blessing. There's no pain that you feel right now. Right now, as you get older, you start waking up your knees hurt, your back hurts and this hurts. And then you do at SAP was it he said?

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If not, not, not, not. He man and YT seven was at sur

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seeking a loss reward. And you think about that how these were the problem solving some of them said that there's nothing that afflicts a Muslim,

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not in me not mentally or physically, I mean, not the mental stress that you go through the anxiety or the grief and the sorrow, not even the prick of a sore. Except that one.

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accepted it x makes me sick a lot, what is a blessing, whatever pain you're going through,

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right? This is actually illustrated, it's a blessing from Allah. Now, you will rather not have it. That's how you think about it sometimes. But if you do have it, and there's nothing you can do to control it, it is what it is. You thank Allah Subhana Allah for allowing you to remember him in that. And remember that, your sense of being an expat in Vietnam.

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You seek in his reward, and he Subhanallah I'm saying even on the end, the difficult things and then obviously, his favorites and blessings are much more than we could ever enumerate and whatever pain that you feel in your knee, or your feeling in your chest, right, I mean, all of those things. So

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number one was what?

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recitation of the Koran and pondering over the Koran number two is what?

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following those, your, your obligations with voluntary deeds type number three, remembering Allah number four

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preferring so So number one, two and three, maybe you can group them together. It's pretty it's actually kind of easier to do it that way. Right? recitation of Quran, voluntary acts after obligatory ones, and then they could have a lot of hands on type four or five and six, four is for preferring what Allah loves over what you love, even when it's difficult. Number five and six are directly related.

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Because number five names and attributes of a lot number six is what a lot does for you. Right? And we love Allah Subhana Allah for both

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We love a love for who He is and for what he does right? So four or five and six four is giving preference to what Allah Allah five knowing his names and attributes learning more about them six remembering his blessings and favors paying tight

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No, sir seven being totally totally broken in front of the law. There is no way to articulate this even though km says a sabot well who am in Agile he had the most amazing of these 10 right is what he says inky saddam calbee piccoli yet he baby a day Yeah, I mean being totally broken in front of Allah

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like Do you know what that means? To be broken completely? Completely.

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helpless is beautiful. And helpless is a very good word. But inky saw which in kassala means to actually be broken. We know what that means in English I was what what do you say when you totally lose it I was broke down I broke down

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right when you just you lose it you realize that there's absolutely no hope

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and you lost you lost that you broke down I am broken in front of Allah that what what do they do to you when you go to the armed forces the whole first part of being is that the way to break you to break when they break you you become their apt

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for the Dean of the military, I was a dean at the end of the day it is what it is. So

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you have to be broken. In front of a lot call it inky salt a company called deity beignet. They were laser fit taburiente if we had that manner haidle Esma will a Bharat he says there's is no way to articulate this is just it's just words we can say but there's really no articulation of that.

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So Pamela, I would imagine that some of you have been in situations where you feel totally helpless.

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Push your back up against the wall and you don't have nowhere else to turn.

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And that's how we should feel all the time. There's no kind of saying you should always feel that you have nowhere else to turn but Allah

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let your heart be attached.

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And that's what sets you free. That's what makes you a real man and a real woman that you don't yet you answer to Allah. You do what pleases Him

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doesn't please somebody else,

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you know, okay.

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Number eight, to be in seclusion in voting him and we said okay, so we got we got the first three and then we got what four or five and six. Let number seven be by itself because it's broken, so it broke the chain.

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Seven broke the chain. Then we got eight nine and 10. Together tell your father to be in seclusion, invoking him and reciting his speech during the time he descends, standing with complete sincerity and etiquette. Then to conclude that with repentance and seeking His forgiveness, another words take advantage of the night.

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Yes to hedge and recitations of Koran and calling upon Allah Subhana Allah during a new Zune, an era the divine descending, which isn't the last third of the night number nine, singing with those who are truthful in their love of a rock, choosing the fruits of their speech, as you will choose the finest fruit like from a tree Yeah, only speak only speaking when it is more beneficial than being silent, knowing that such talk will increase you and goodness and benefit others as well. So number nine is about keeping good company. It's about being in the company of those who you think to your best estimation that you don't know what the real situation is what allows but you believe that they

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are sincere and the love of Allah Subhana Allah that these people are truthful Yeah, you're like the enamel on tequila. Well, cool, new Masada p Oh, you believe have tuck over long be with those who are truthful, right? So it's very important the company that you keep can help you grow in your love of Allah subhanho wa Taala it because these are people in sha Allah who love Allah, you'll benefit from them and you'll benefit from the things that they say.

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Now, number 10 staying away from all that creates barriers between the heart and Oh Allah.

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I was I was listening to shake up the rezac have you the hola mentioned these 10

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and when he got to number 10

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He says and write this down, write this down is what he's saying, write this down, under the things that create barriers between the heart and Allah.

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He said, the internet

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and your cell phone.

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He said black tactical team,

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underline it twice Allahumma staff, that he will lie he,

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we ponder over

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the amount of time

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that is spent on these devices, and then you look at how much of that is pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala

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how much is displeasing? And how much is you know, let's just say,

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just a waste of time.

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Alone, Stan,

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even of all came says that the last thing we learned was that, right?

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eight, nine and 10. Eight is to Hadoop and if we're going to summarize, nine is being in a company of good people and 10 is very broad, which is cutting off the barriers between your heart and Allah.

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D any, anything that you and you can feel it you know, when something is is not helping you get any closer to Allah is not helping you with your journey. It's not helping you on your head, right is weighing down your car, it's just putting extra you know, extra heavy things in the Trump Li that stuff, please like it's no good for your heart. But But the reality is, as everyone claims want to mention here, and I know we went over time,

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but when we're going to get back to it, we get so preoccupied with other things that we forget that this is a journey that we're on here. Don't get caught up and you know, don't get caught up. I was quick

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to memorize the 10

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Alright, let's do 123 together presentational crime

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voluntary acts after your flight.

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Number three, they could have alone time for five or six

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preferring what Allah loves knowing who Allah is, knowing what Allah does.

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day four or five or six, number seven is the breaking point.

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The Broken number eight nine and 10 eight is to hadoo nine is keeping good company 10 is removing any any barriers j tight one of the things that will help you and this is from the decode of Allah subhanaw taala is this from the Prophet it is Salatu was Sadam where he asked Allah subhana wa tada to make him love him. So that the part in yellow is what I want you to focus on.

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Which is why don't you start off with Allahumma Luca hope back will help Berman you have a book. We'll have Bamiyan your caribou, ala phobic, and some narrations where you cover the booney illa herbig you believe only hogback type which means I asked you for your love and the love of those who you love

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ask you for your love and the love of those who you love and the love of the deeds that bring me nearer to your love yeah you want to love the actions that also are loved by lost parents on this do eyes on them it's it's a longer do I it's collected by any member ceremony. It Cinema D said that the heavy this hasn't Asahi and then he said he asked well Hardy and this is an interesting one as a side note, he said he asked hardy about this heavy and bohart He said it's hesson on site here which is very rare for Buhari to say that wasn't from his terminology. Anyway, I don't want to get too far in today's I can't I can't. Anyway, honey, the sound is sound. You can you should memorize it. So

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you would say Allahumma s l Luca habeck. Right? You want that love from Allah will help but my new Hague book will help BAM and then you can reboot either hubdoc I asked you for your love and we'll hook them in your handbook and a love of those who you love and to love the deeds that bring me closer to your love. And with that inshallah we'll conclude there's a like I said there's just two paragraphs left which will complete the next time next week inshallah and move into chapter three which is the migration to the Messenger of Allah and he is Salatu was sent out. We have

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The loss of habitat it forgive us for our shortcomings. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to make us from the guy that will guide others and that he adores for us. Amen. And that Allah subhana wa tada makes us remarks those who love Him, and those who he loves are low items, Allah wa sallam, Avada Khan and Amina Mohammed Subhana Allah Mohammed eyeshadow Ani