Names of Allah – Episode 07 – Al-Aleem

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Allah’s name Al-‘Aleem- the All Knowing. It is Allah’s attribute of being in the know of every single matter and antimatter and everything in between.

An example given of Allah’s knowledge is the tale of a general in the army of Abdullah ibn Ziyad. In 61H, this general had a fall and broke both his legs. A friend who visited him said there is good in it. The general, bemused,  wondered what good could there be in two broken legs. Three days later when he was instructed to lead the battle against Hasan r.a. he refused on the ground of his broken legs. Later he received the news of the slaughter of Hasan r.a. It was Allah’s knowledge that saved him from complicity of that tragic day. He was saved from the dunya and in the Akhira. Don’t you think then we ought remind ourselves and teach our children to submit Al- Aleem’s plan and to never question the Creator of all creations?

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Mayor de la Fernando de la palma Youngblood Villa de la, Chateau La la la la la la la sharika shawanda Mohammed Ando Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman Cathedral on, you know, Yama Dean, a mirage.

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We're going to start with a review inshallah, and

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try to work through as much as we can with the time that is allotted in the lights.

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Obviously, we did not finish last week, we did not finish with the name ally lien. And I'll hubby. So we're going to cover some review first, and then we'll go straight into Aladdin Mojave, and then we'll follow that up with Al Hakim Bismillah namshi.

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What does the name somatic mean? What does a summit mean?

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Nah, no, no, no, we don't want a translation of eternal refuge, we want to have the deeper understanding of summit and we said that there were two main

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meanings of a summit. And that this is what the majority of the scholars of Tafseer the early scholars of language said that even though there are various or ultimately there, there's a lot of different statements that are out there, they ultimately go back to two main concepts.

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Solid and not fragile. Okay. So when we look at we get we get examples of some of the sellers that say for example, what are the last kulula schema, it's the one that doesn't eat, he doesn't drink, that's going back to his him being a summit not being in need of anything and being solid, okay and not fragile, not weak.

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And some of them So, for example, the delay minuti is the one from whom nothing exits, and he did not exit from anything, but let me let him You let us he did not give birth, nor was he given nor was he born. Right. So that that concept of a loss of habitat of being ultimately one who is solid, free of need.

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And this is this is part of the meaning of a summit, what was the second main meaning from

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Okay, reaching the pinnacle of honor, there was something else that

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it's not necessarily honor is not really the word I'm looking for here.

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magnificence, Majesty, superiority and control and not for that they would say a say the Lizzie camela he's dead he all right. So, he is that one who has who has reached the pinnacle of mastery over his servants? All right, or is

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your right here, there you go.

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Man, it is is at that you know exalted stage of mastery. So when you look at it here,

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and we and we went through this very briefly, we talked about how a person

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whom all so so we said that the meaning here

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is that he is the eternal refuge in a sense that everyone has to turn to a loss of Hanna who was added to fulfill their needs. You know, even if you look at something as trivial, we may think of it as being as trivial as relieving oneself Subhana Allah, a person can not do that. Except that Eliza gel has created them a certain way to allow them to relieve themselves of that which is not necessary from what they eat and drink.

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Otherwise, if that was to be carried within a person is going to harm them.

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And it's a NEMA from Allah subhanaw taala that we don't think him for enough. And you can't think a loss of habitat enough for that Nima. And you're reminded of that as you exit from the restroom. And so you say What? Who franak? Allah forgive me. I can't thank you enough for that. nirma and for those who have had to use or to relieve themselves in other ways, is people today.

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Yesterday they were able to something happened to them an accident or shooting or whatever. And now they have to have a bag

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The rest of their lives.

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Now somebody or they get to a certain age, you know, loves that.

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The point is that Allah is a summit, he's the one that all turned to for whatever needs that they have. And when we talk about that, that total independence, and is that there's a correlation with the left hand side is named money here. When we talk about that total independence, we talked about it with human beings and that it's on two levels, right? That there's that that first level where you will have to rely on not in need of anybody else. And that's one level of, of you know,

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being independent and having honor is that you don't have to turn to anyone else for anything Alhamdulillah you have what suffices you write, but then it's another level when people have to turn to you

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that's a that's another level and that happens with some human beings.

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But with the loss of heritage,

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that is everyone he is in need of no one and everyone is in need of him not just every human being but all of the creation. But he is a summit No.

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Mention the explanation of bass

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when his name

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you remember, we covered a whole slide just with the even our best explanation of the name of summit. And it was a beautiful explanation because it shows you how vast the name of summit really is. Who who mentioned that explanation? Where did that come from?

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Up top authority, authority is the one who narrated entertain me, it doesn't narrate. In general, right? If it's a me is not going to have

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in general. Now, now we have people today who have it snap back to tubridy. But that's more of any jazz style. Not necessarily looking at each person in the Senate, it's to maintain that unique system of Islam, which is to have a chain that goes back to the person you're talking about. But tubridy is actually narrating in his book. From his shade who heard from his shade, you know, to till they get to even at best, while the alone time anyway, what's the name of Tom Brady's book?

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stop cheating, stop cheating. What's the name of Tom Brady's book?

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Now it's not Teddy for public. But he does have a teddy, which, by the way, has been translated into English. I'm only saying that because it was funded by

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Iran. And the reason why is because entirety of poverty

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he narrates.

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So the mohideen have a have a the scholars of Hadith have a general rule. And that general rule is that if I mentioned where I got it from, it's on you to check the veracity.

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If I if I tell you so and so told me that someone so told me, You can't come back and blame me now because it wasn't the truth. You understand? So this is in general, the Mohammed dethrone the scholars of Hadith, they have this this this principle.

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So authority narrates on even Abby Micallef? Who was who had Shiri leanings, or Wasn't she for that matter? And so some of the narrations in 30 to 30 are not

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the typical

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actual history that that you would find in the books of Allison and so the she had they liked it for that reason, and they fund it it's translation, but a lot of it is very good. I mean, a lot of is very important as well. Like how do we get on it? Oh, Teddy citavi law it's it's tougher these steps here. Okay, which is often referred to as Jama and bad

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All they just call it tipsy to 35. Last question here for reveal this name.

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What name are we talking about?

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A summit summit.

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Now, what is that name using? Do I? When do we say that? Will we say it on a daily basis monthly, weekly? Or

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how are we just gonna say a summit the summit in the morning?

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By the way before you answer before you

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submit is not in effect yet.

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But before we get there, you'll find that for every name of allah

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There's somebody out there that has some kind of chant.

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No seriously, or thicket or whatever. And they'll tell you and this is rampant amongst certain parties because if you will,

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there, they'll teach their followers in it, the chef will teach the Moody, the Sufi followers, it will teach them that if you say a summit for example, I'm not making this up. By the way, if you say a summit 1000 times don't try it at home, if you say a sun summit 1000 times that the the truth of heavens and earth will be shown to you some something like this. And then they have, some of them have different ones 284 times they've got their own thing, that the reality is, is that this Dean will humbly lead is complete. And had there been something like that, that we should know about? It would not have skipped the profit, so lie to the sun to teach us.

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Our Prophet alayhi salatu salam has taught us what we need to know about the Deena with loss of habitat. And our Prophet sallallahu wasallam taught some of his campaigns to recite hula, hula, hula will be followed

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in the morning, and in the evening, and he himself is allowed to slam as I shall be allowed silent, and he narrated, he would he would recite it into his hands. Repeat that three times before going to sleep. point is that one lie below. If we take just what was narrated on the prophets a lot, it was something to do in the morning, and the evening before going to sleep after Salawat so and so we would not find enough time to do what was narrated.

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Just what was narrated

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I'm not saying it's impossible, I'm saying along with everything else you do in a day

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eating and sleeping and so forth.

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How do we find the time to do these things that have not been narrated from the Prophet I didn't select to sit down and just make up stuff based off of someone else's experience or what they saw in a dream or whatever.

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Now because this has been for some people, what their shape sees in a dream becomes revelation. It becomes part of the sources of Islam for them. I'm saying until today in our advanced world in 2018 this is still a reality for certain people. Well I'm Stein and we should think Allah subhanaw taala for its guidance

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time so when we when we when should we use this name and at least the times then that I just mentioned the prophecy some because this name is only mentioned once in the Koran which isn't sorted and lifeless right and that sort of the prophet Isaiah select was saying encouraged reciting at various times in the day not to mention the disorder itself as the prophet SAW I saw him said tags you look through the cell Koran that it is equivalent to reciting a third up the chord I

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like I think we already did that part Hmm

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What should we get out of today? We're going to deal with the name of Hakeem inshallah the Prophet Salaam. And we want to talk about the two meanings because Hakeem also has two distinct meanings they're very related but they are distinct nonetheless.

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Now we're gonna get there

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because because

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a guy had the least of his summit whenever he inshallah will relay with Nana Malik. Number two the Prophet sallallaahu Selim made that Allah give one of his companions hikma

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who was that companion anybody know off the top of their head?

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Even I bet what approximately Some say that when I bet

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in Arabic What do you say to them?

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By we'll see when we get inshallah

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prophesy saddam did say aloha my limo Tet. We'll llama *a houfy de Monaco utter we all log in and pick up the dean and teach him the tech lead. right the the interpretation of the Koran probably some didn't make that do it, but I bet

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and he also made the law firm to give him Hickman will get inshallah, you were wrong, but you were right. And you were right, but you didn't know why you were right.

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Not a math teacher says show your work. It's not a multiple choice type. Last one name five benefits of knowing the name al Hakim.

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So we dealt with last week we covered a lot lemo Habib talked about the evidence from the grind of an evil hobby. We went strictly how many times by the way.

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Was li li mentioned in the crime who remember over 100

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50 times is one of the names of Allah, Allah that's been mentioned the most. And you'll see because there's a big difference between the amount of times that for example,

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Al Malik, right has been mentioned, and li li has been mentioned. All right. And all of that is from Los Angeles. hikma, like,

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where do we get to, we got to here.

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And we kind of we kind of rush through the benefits. So we just got to go back over this very quickly. shala and we're gonna and then we'll move on to El Hakim de la. All right. So they're cool. By Bismillah reshift. Be mindful, be mindful of what you think. And what you write. Okay, why, what does this have to do with Li Li, what does li li me

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the all Knower, the or Knower. And so the idea here is that, obviously, Allah Subhana, Allah knows what you do. Right? The point that I was trying to make here,

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the point that I was trying to make here is that Allah also knows what you think. And so for a lot of us, we're conscious of what we do simply because there are other people around. So we may be conscious of what we've done, I can do that because somebody else is watching me, somebody else is going to find out somebody to the end though. So sometimes that will keep a person in check. So not a bad thing, but they should be more afraid of a loss of habitat. The problem is that all of your actions stem from what intentional actions stem from what I just gave you a hint.

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It stems from intention. intention starts with a what? With a thought. And so you have to be mindful of what you think because Eliza gel knows what you are thinking. And if you're more conscious of what you think, you won't have to be as concerned about what you do. Because you'll already be thinking that which is positive, because you don't want Look, your heart was made to know Allah subhana wa Tada. You don't want that heart to be preoccupied with sin and evil thoughts and you know, running through different hurricane scenarios in your head. And allows pantalla knows that in that heart was created for him and to know him. So you want to push that stuff out before it even

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becomes an intention.

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before it becomes an intention because stopping it at the point that it becomes an intention is difficult.

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stopping it when it's a fleeting thought is a lot easier. And so we want to think positively we only want to think in a manner that is pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala and once we know that He is Allah alene then that should push us to think in a manner that is more pleasing to a loss of hand which Allah Allahu Allah won't be that to sudo because Allah Subhana Allah is the knower of what is in your chest and Allah be cliche and alim and allow us to all know of each and everything now.

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Number two, she

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knowledge and guidance, right and this is, as we mentioned, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was only instructed in the Quran to ask a loss of habitat for an increase in one thing, and that thing was knowledge will called rugby did need what Elma Kirby Sidney Hillman. Alright, so you'll notice here that when we talk about ally Liam is different than

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then our Rob, and I asked a law to be, you're not going to ask a lot of B and Ella, you're not going to ask. Right? So there's a difference in approach with these names by the way tie

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now be humble

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now you there's two different ways to pronounce it hit it.

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A little harder is more correct below it. So the the What did we mentioned there? Because I did talk about that very, but I was rushing. So

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now you remember anybody? What was the point here? Story of Musa and yeah.

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When it comes to what were we talking about? Now it's about last name li li right?

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Was I don't know that he was more knowledgeable to Moosa, we will say about that particular those particular events.

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Right. So what happened when I mentioned the Hadith when they were Yes.

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Hover said

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la, la la la. that's a that's a different

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look, they were together musashino hudud and they saw a bird. Right? Right the beak

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week after comes out from the ocean cycle, okay, I couldn't have said it better myself. Right? Next.

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Allah knows a loss of habitat knows what is best for you, perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you and perhaps you love a thing and that is bad for you and Allah knows Wow, you do not know and inshallah we're going to cover a little bit more related to that related to Allah spent Allah is named al Hakim so I'm not going to go into too much detail but I do have the story here of the general and herbal tea lab by mo low to Allah so

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there was a man from Benny side

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and he was a general in the army of obey the law it means yet Does anybody know who made a lava Ziad was

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de la

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la la la la la

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he was he was the one where the other we live that was

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killed the Hussein while the lower

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Hussein was killed when the grandson of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Hussein was killed when Come on.

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Come on.

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This is not rocket science.

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Yeah, exactly. No it was killed on I showed on 6161 night and while the following

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and so this particular general

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he actually fell off a roof and broke both his legs

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for de la la Abou keylab for the who for call Ella who are doing your corner Danica here or

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Abu keylab went and visited him while he was being treated and he said he said I you know hope that this is what is good for you this is this is what is best for you. And he said yeah but

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why are you here in V cast leverage layer Jimmy Yeah, he said what good Could it be and be breaking both my legs? Are you kidding me? Right? That's like a guy by the go to the you know, NBA Finals and he breaks both his legs. Hey man, this is good for us we talking about what do you mean?

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He says for column etc Allahu Allah extra for the mechanic by the selection. So three days later. What are the leaky taboos yet and this other one for you? Caitlyn Hussain ali ali alone I know now so what happened was three days didn't even go by except that it was yet sent the letter to him telling him to go out it's time to fight and you need to go fight Hussein if an alley or the Alo China No. Now mind you not all of these people were convinced I don't want to go into the whole story but they weren't convinced that they should be out there fighting the grandson of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was to them especially because he didn't even have an army at that time. Right I mean

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that was not even a fight it was a slaughter

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and so he responded to the to the person who was the messenger and bringing him the letter to tell him all right guys up the troops and go out. He says so he said to him called the salvini na salvini call it article it was who he said so he told the that messenger look you see what kind of condition I mean I'm not going to do anything

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for mechanic sever and had welfare and hobby cattle Hussein on the low end for color module by him Allah who about the level of cut side up and no canopy literally. Right? So he said there wasn't seven days they went by until he got news that Hussein had been killed. Who wants to be responsible for that? I mean, even even even as he adds mother, Kirsten and say you will never see Jenna you killed you killed the grandson of the Prophet it is I mean, this is his own mind. But anyway,

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for Caravaggio, so that so then that man said who was the general he sent me a lot of mercy on Apple coolabah and D he was right on point. He looked at sadhak he was so truthful.

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The This was better for me that my legs are here broken, I'm sitting back and I got nothing to do with that. This is this was much better for me because they would have been no way. I mean he would have been between a rock and a hard place if he would have refused to go out and fight he would have been killed himself. So the breaking of his legs was actually a saving of his life and his salvation in the hereafter. Well hamdulillah You understand? So So the point is what Allah knows was best for you, alone knows what's best for you. Now and then there's the issue of do I you know, making do I were still under what name now.

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Li Li, Li Li M and l Kabir. There's, there's a dude

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that is made based on a last parameter, Eilis name, ally lean, which has his attribute of knowledge, and that allows me to data is knowledgeable of all things. So

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that is the dose of LSD kata. Does anybody know istikhara what's it all about? Have you ever heard heard of this a lot before? So lots of listing haha

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throttle istikhara what is selected? istikhara?

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No, no. We're not talking about total we somebody said during Ramadan. No Maduro around with that. It's the hotter

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Okay, somebody raise their hands somebody who's confident, somebody who's confident tight.

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Okay, a prayer for guidance anybody else because that's true. I'm gonna be a little more

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Nice, nice a prayer for that last one. But, or even here, which is that Allah subhanaw taala decides basically, what it means is that you're turning the affair over to Allah. Oh Allah, you decide for me. I'm conflicted or maybe you're not even conflicted maybe you have a pretty clear picture on where you want to go with this but it's a big decision to make and so you want to put it in the hands of Allah subhana wa tada and that

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it starts out you're asking Allah by his not allow me in need Luca be in Nick that's the very beginning of this door and in fact the the profits of the line he was selling with teachers campaigns this too I like he would teach them a surah of the Quran and he This is this two hour was important and it's made

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it's called it's a person is supposed to pray to recognize okay mean Lady 30 button. So, is not to be these two rakats are not to rakats that you are going to pray for example,

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it has to be a a sooner prayer. That's the opinion of some of the scholars meaning that you can pray it with a sooner so for example, after you pray to rakats after Isha, then you can make the DR istikhara after those two records.

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Some other scholars say no it has to be two totally separate records that have nothing to do with your sooner

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sooner prayers All right. In any event, it cannot be for it from a photo to light you cannot go pray door and then make a staccato after door and think that it counts for istikhara. staccato is a very important salon and to the point that memorable hearty by him Allah before putting any Hadeeth in his side he used to pray is to kata

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for every single Hadeeth he will pray istikhara before putting that in his in his in his book.

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So istikhara is to say a llama in the Luca, we will make our law I ask you by your knowledge, I seek your choice. I see your choice. Right I'm asking you based upon your knowledge with a stuck a digital cut because of the tick and I am seeking your decree based on your color. You are lost hands out I have the power and the ability and so I'm seeking what your decree is based on your power and ability was elokim in fugly Calvin and I'm asking you for your great bounties for in this little update what's happening well Adam, because you have the power and I don't and you have the knowledge and I don't

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when the cutoff the roller after wattana an entire level who you are, and you are the one who was all knowledgeable of the unseen and anything that has happened

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happening in the future for us is from the unseen

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alarm and in the handle of our life, you know that this affair and then you say what that thing is

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and could detail them and

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hyperlipidemia what my issue is you need me to add for. So, if you know that this is good for me

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and my for my religion and for my worldly affairs, and for that which is hasten that which is going to happen now and that which is going to happen later, for Holi we are slowly somatically then make it then then then decree it for me and make it easy for me and bless me in that and bless me in that decision. You see our greatest prayers though. When good to tala Han and Siobhan levy Dini, Mama ash, you igd, MD will add for serif who and he was with me and what do they say hey to Canada to my aldini B. So if you know that this thing is bad for my religion, bad for my worldly affairs, bad for what is what is happening now what is going to be hastened bad for the later consequences, if you

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will, then take it away from me, avert it from me, and avert me from it. And then decree from me to good wherever it may be, and then please me with it. Yanni Subhana Allah, not only do you decree because subhana wa hanon, sometimes a last minute data decrease for you that which is good, causes those legs to be broken. Right? And you're not pleased with that decision of a loss of health data, you're not pleased with that decrease so because you don't realize that this was better for you. And so you're asking Allah subhanaw taala not only to decree that which is better for you, but to allow you to be pleased with that decree. It's the harness is an amazing tool. And it goes back to what

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Allah Helene, it goes back to your real belief that Allah is all knowing,

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coupled with the fact that he is lacking, which we're going to cover, and then he is all wise, coupled with the fact that he is a man that He is merciful, that he is an unbelievable Rahim that he wants what's good for you is beneficence. subhana wa, tada

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you know, understanding a laws names and we talked about this last week, not understanding his names in a vacuum. And yes, we study each one of them independently because you can't just study all the names at one time. But realize we're talking about Allah subhanaw taala all of these names all of these attributes belong to the one whom we pray to.

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And so it's very important that this to Allah is the heart of brings together a lot of that understanding that Eliza Joe, you know, once that good for you, and understanding that he knows what's good for you.

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work with your partner, work with your partner ladina you've known him in the savvy him. Tara boo arbeitete assured the infer over in the law has a fool Wahid

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we're in we're in azim talaga in Allaha, sumio 19 pharmaceutical

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estimates that is staying away from their wives have a limitation of four months tight. Let's start there. Let's start with I want you to understand that I What does that mean? What does that mean?

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This is English By the way, I want you to tell me what the English me.

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Now I'm just making it clear. I don't want

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you to take a stab at

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I saw some people with the hands.

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What does valmy What does that mean? Let's start there.

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So making an oath, swearing that what?

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That he I'm not going to have any type of intimate relationships with all right. So the person does this. Is that divorce? No. Okay.

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But now what's happening because life is not normal. At that stage correct. For man vows. I swear by law I'm not gonna touch you in if

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that's not a that's not a healthy marriage right. Now. So if this happens, a loss from the data is saying what? Those who do that they have a limitation of four months after four

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A month the judge gets involved he's either going to make a forced separation of feste Jani and all the marriage and then it's going to be upon the husband is going to have to take care of certain financial things or you had you have to go back and you know get back to a loving household you cannot just live like that. So the judge will get involved at that point after four months

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clear but if they

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come together and restore their relationship surely

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is forgiving merciful type what why do you think what's the significance of a law mentioning here that he isn't afford and Rahim

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Play somebody else.

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Right, right. Because Because that that is a not a good course of action to take in the first place. So Allah subhanaw taala is mentioning that, if they come back and they and they mend their relationship than last month, Allah also forgives and He is merciful. And it's also a kind of hint to the man, that whatever pushed you to this, you know, situation where you you know, when you feel like you had to go there.

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Realize that the same way you want to last $100 mercy, and the same way that you want to last friends Allah to forgive you, you need to behave with mercy and you need to have some forgiveness. As our Prophet Allah is selected with Sam said lay out for me non mamina. Either carry him and have Furukawa be

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a believer man should never hate a believing woman. If he despises one quality that she has, there's going to be another quality that he that he likes. Right? So know that Allah is Forgiving and He is merciful. No further.

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No, Allah is Samir own Aileen. So we're on this name Allah Aileen. We're on the name allele.

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What I want you to do with your partner

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is I want you to discuss with your partner Why do you think aloud mentioned his name's assumere and Li lien at the end of this passage.

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The question clear we talked about before Rahim we said okay, yeah, maybe this is like this. Why did Allah subhana wa Tada. Don't start yet. Don't start yet. Leaf cap.

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Don't start to

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think about because I want everybody to take the same amount of time. Okay. You start now you have two minutes to discuss this with you part. Two minutes. pick apart and nobody's exempt

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not a

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we need

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to know. Yeah. 40 seconds left.

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40 seconds.

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10 seconds of fun.

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Okay, okay.

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No questions. No questions only answers.

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This is what we're gonna do, inshallah, that whoever has an answer, you make sure they get the mic. Who's ready to?

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Who's ready?

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Oh, and everybody's scared.

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I see a question

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from Sameer, or from Ali, semi.

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He's human, he's hearing it.

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I mean, for the human being, if you hear something

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else is going

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in the relationship, the human being both male and female, when the argument goes on that a lot of knows what it is, but as Muslims, we should try to prevent each other. as Muslims, we should try to reconcile relationship and trust and not be concerned with each other. Not being forgiven.

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All right. All right.

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Way, back then. I can't see me hide today, huh?

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With the name being Oh, here, we

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took it to two aspects of the IRA.

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First, he's here he heard that there was given, okay. And he also knows that if they decide to divorce, he could hear he hears. Because they know, in order to divorce, you have to mention it. So he hears that with the annoying part. He, we took it to the limitation of four months. Whereas though, he knows if you overspend it to four months of that vow, he knows that. And he also knows if you determine two divorces in the beginning, anyway.

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Good, good. Okay. All right. Last one, and then

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every everybody in the back? All right, I mean, I guess Go ahead.

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cop has to get a chance.

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Basically, this is the tuples performance. For example, they're similar. They're also parallel data.

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the text.

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They say things during your marriage and things like that. That is mindful philosophy without hearing what he says he or she is going to refrain from, and then with any of the other makes the vow, a lot of those is billeted. Whether it is to actually try to the situation now is wait a

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second, okay.

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Look, I want to tell you that there's really 100 law, we can't sit up here and say that this is right or this is wrong, or this is definitive.

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Michael, my goal, my goal is to get you to start thinking about what Allah is saying in the Quran, and to realize that you can think about it a lot, a lot of people, a lot of Muslims, put down the Koran after Ramadan. And it's just an it's a Ramadan exercise.

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But the reality is, is that we could do this

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every day, all day, and not get tired of it. And, and I'm talking about year after year, and you and you read something from Hezbollah, and the Quran talks to you in different ways at different times. And so, when a bucket acidic, well, the Allahu tada and who got on the minbar and he said, woman Mohammed doing little pseudo Kahala to uncover the apostle

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Mohammed is a messenger other messengers have receded before him on

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top of the low tide, and he said, it was like the first time I heard that I how many times that he heard that I many times he read that I am so how many times that he probably pondered over the meaning of that I, but because of certain circumstances, situations, it means something different to you at different times is the amazing, you know, aspect of a las pantallas speech. And so the idea is to get you thinking and I mean, there's so many if in the Quran, where Allah subhanaw taala concludes those ions with a with one of his names or two of his names, and we need to begin to ponder so what some of the scholars have mentioned here

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And as it relates to a simian lolly is that divorce

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as one of the brothers in the in the bank mentioned, divorce is has to be it's going to be vocalized verbalized Yes, it can be written, but in general, what happens with divorces that it's it's verbalized. But that is, is done two different ways. So it can either be

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an ambiguous, or there may be some ambiguity in it.

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And the ambiguous way is when a man says, I divorce you. Okay? That's very clear. But there are other ways that that, that it happens and it can mean divorce or it may not. So if a man says, Go back and live with your family,

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right, go back and live with your family, to his wife.

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Now the issue is, and let's just say they went to a to a coffee to a judge to try to figure out what was going on here. Does that count as divorce or not?

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What does that go back to now? intention was his intention by saying, you know, it'll have to be Alec, go back and live with your family. Was his intention to divorce her? Or was his intention that he needed some time away?

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And a law hears what he said. And he knows what his intention is. Right? For law who Semyon alley in as amatola if they are determined to the words the law is the hearing and the known. That's one of the things that the scholars have mentioned. With Simeon. I think the point is, this is how we grow in our understanding of the deen as a whole and there is nothing that is more noble and more honorable to know in this Deen, then Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we know him through what he has revealed to us by way of his names and his attributes through His revelation. And that's why so much in the Quran, that Allah Subhana Allah is allowing us out of his mercy to know who he is, to the

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best of our, you know, ability and our limited capabilities and understanding. Obviously, we didn't get past that at 747 we supposed to pray two minutes ago. I'm just going to mention here that

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Li Salim, is mentioned with several other names. as we as we said that Li lien comes into Kryon over what, over 150 times a last peptide is name allele. So it's mentioned with several other names that you know, in conjunction with those names.

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It's mentioned with a semi or who has semi allele

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32 times.

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Who Aladdin will Hakeem, as mentioned crime 36 times, we'll talk about that.

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Next week, the lighter IRA will as easily that's mentioned six times the Alamo. Kabir mentioned four times a lot even KDF mentioned four times a lady will Halim which which is here, three times and so forth. So it's mentioned many other names. It's one of those things where you can take as an exercise and read the Quran and look for that. And what does it mean in this context, because in each context, you know, is going to take on a different meaning and perhaps we'll get to some of that.

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We'll get to some of that. Next week, when we deal with a loss of hematite is named al Hakim with Nila he Tada. We have to stop there and the loss of habitat and those best subhanak Elohim handig Chateau la Ilona and stop little color to really