Names of Allah – Episode 13 – Al-Raoof

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And then the next one is fat. Add. Do you know one of the names of Allah Subhana Allah that takes that form five,

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huh? Anybody?

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Kareem Abdul Jabbar Fallon. Jeb Bell ron

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excellent. All right. A loon will enter the room and he headed is somebody who is extra cautious fair

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play anybody know one of the names that will last out and I wasn't fine

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you had a little qumola nafsa Yes. I'm talking about the one that's on the forum fine cuz i don't i don't come on. There's nothing on the top of my head. Huh?

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Five firewall this hacker was friends at a hackathon. Where they do mention that as a as one of the names of a lost pantalla type firewall firewall as as I mentioned up top go for and file Rahim file what other names Do you know that have that same pattern for

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roof now, we will cover today inshallah

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led to web as far as

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the web Can you see this? Okay. To web is file the second form

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Shaku Shaku Ron I sent jackal. Okay. All right, last one file, like Rahim. And last week we covered

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Kareem and Eileen and Samir and bossier. Okay, so you'll find that a lot of a lot of hands on his names are on these ozanne they take this form, they take one of these forms or these patterns, because Allah Subhana Allah is has reached the extent of any of the characteristics that he's described with. Okay. Now, why are we talking about this today?

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Because one of the names that we mentioned is similar and meaning to Kareem, is what?

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Right? I was saying joette I wasn't five. Okay, with Joe wet means cathedra laptop. Yeah, I mean, from a linguistic standpoint means one who gives a lot. Okay, one who gives a lot. However, it was brought to my attention by one of the brothers he said, Are you sure it's Gillette and not Gillette?

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So I said I'll do some research and check it out. There's only one Hadith that I'm aware of. That mentions that name of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Only one Hadith in the law her. So why don't you hibou l Jude. So because I've seen it in several books with the shadow on the Wow, Joe, where I went with it until it was brought to my attention. Looking back at the Hadith

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because again, how do we know the names of Allah Subhana Allah through revelation? It's not mentioned in the Quran.

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Okay, it's mentioned in that one Hadith. And so, looking back at that one, Heidi, do you need to look at how did the mohideen the scholars of Hadith, how did they say that it was narrated?

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Okay, what, what how a cat Did they say go on that particular word so that you can come up with the correct, you know, pronunciation. And the ones that I came across to my head the thing that I saw comment on that Heidi, they all said that it was joette without a shed did not Joe wet that it's el joette. So for those who believe that that Heidi, the Sahara and the majority of the scholars of Hadith seem to think that it's a then they would say that the name of Allah Subhana Tada. Is Elijah wide and not Elijah wet. All right, so I just want to make that correction. All right. But the reality is, is that a lot of a lot of my daughter's names come on, this wasn't so seeing the shed

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that I just went for Joe Webb, I want you to understand that that's not a way that we can affirm a las pantallas names we still have to go back to Revelation. And according to the Hadith is joette and Allah subhanahu wa tada knows best time moving on to our Oof. Bye, everybody read that

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around Oh,

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perfect. Okay, and we've trained

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lated as the compassionate, I think is also okay to say the all kind for example, the one who was kind, but compassionate as we'll see in Sharla catches. It catches the the meaning behind the lights. All right. Questions for lesson three photoshoot?

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Oh, I forgot your homework from last time.

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You guys look happy. All right. Well, we'll keep moving questions for lesson three. How many times has the name already been mentioned in the poor add

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to? What is the root of a law's name? Are Ruth.

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Is there a difference between rock

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and rock? Man?

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What does engineer rocky movie last say? What does this have to do with Voodoo?

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What is what are you doing? By the way?

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No, not punishments. Not just any punishments. It's specific type of punishment. The prescribed punishments, right? They are not left to a judge to you know, there's no dis judiciary discretion. It's set what it is. Okay.

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That's what we'll do. Now.

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What is the relationship between knowing that a lot is alright.

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And being sympathetic Name three other benefits gained from knowing that a lot is our Oh, all right. Don't say what I

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don't say.

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Yes. All right. So

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what's the first thing we're going to start out with?

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proof and evidence? Why?

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because we only know a last names. Revelation. So before we start talking about meanings, or we talk about benefits, the first thing we need to do is establish that this is in fact, the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala All right.

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I mean, that's just very important because there are other things that you start out with and may you may start out a little differently, may start out with concepts, you know, trying to understand but here we need to start off with with the evidence now.

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Like a loss of Hannah, who would Allah says in Surah Al Baqarah. Mama can Allah julio de man come in Allah have been nasci la la Ooh,

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La La Ooh, for Rahim naproxen

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with never allow your faith, to go to waste indeed parodies. Allah is compassionate and merciful to all mankind.

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Verse 1.5, so here Allah subhanaw taala describes himself he says in the lioness, Lara Ooh, for Rahim that he is compassionate, and merciful to all of mankind or to all mankind.

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Now, for those of you who were here in the summertime, what is this ayah talking about? What am I can Allahu Li u d? e? manickam? You remember we study we were studying? Amen. Yes.

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Right. So, right. So when, when they, when no one who changed it, you said when they change the direction and

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when Allah Subhana Allah changed the direction of the Qibla now humbly, like no, it's good. It's good. So time, we just gotta, you know, sharpen up the language a little bit. All right, so last minute, Allah changed the cabler. From what to what?

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From beta luctus. to, to the cabin, to the cabin Mk. Alright. And then what happened was, some of the campaigns

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they were scared for

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those companions who were killed, or who had died prior to the Qibla being changed. What's going to happen with this Salawat they were praying. They were praying in one direction but the direction of salaat now is Mecca. So what's gonna happen? And so Allah Subhana Allah revealed when I can Allahu leil de manickam, Allah is not going to cause yourself

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Faith you're

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referring to what was a man referring to here salatu salam which is an evidence that he man is not just something that is in the heart, but that it also includes actions right? He bet that to Allah subhana wa tada so Allah subhanaw taala saying here he will never cause your good deeds your saliva to be in vain okay to be fruitless

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to be wasted I can alone to you dear Amanda come in the law have been nasty little Ufa Rahim Allah is compassionate and merciful to mankind. We'll talk about a little bit more about what that means later on inshallah but we're clear on on here and mentioning that he is our own player. Well lies was

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their call who will lead the university Lada avid he is in Benin net New York Region coming up Zulu Matty the North, we're in a law have become law for him now

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is He who sits down upon his servant verses of clear evidence that he may bring you out from darkness into the light and indeed, to you is compassionate and merciful.

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Alright, so here, it's clear that he is mentioning What are oof along with another one of his names, which is what Rahim and what does Rahimi?

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How do we translate Rahim?

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The Magnificent right. What did we say was the difference between Rahman and Rahim?

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Somebody raised their hand if they confident summit

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No, no that's not what we went for here. Go ahead.

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Right are watchmen is the name that deals with the essence that Allah Subhana Allah and His essence is merciful. subhana wa Tada.

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And other Rahim deals more with what?

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dealing with how he interacts with his creation. And so that's the one who was merciful is a bit different than the one who is beneficence. The one who was beneficence is the one who extends his mercy to others, even in English I'm saying so it is a pretty decent match. It's a pretty decent match merciful and beneficence. And here we're saying our office compassionate. Is there a difference between or over Rahim?

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Absolutely, otherwise Allah subhanaw taala wouldn't mention it at the same time. What's the difference? We have to get to that a little later? Right now we're just gonna establish that is the name of Allah subhana wa tada Eliza Joe also says and sort of Allium, right. Yo Mataji Dooku lunasin mommy let me hide him Dada. Mommy let me Sue into what dulo anabaena hammer Bina who Emma them by EDA, while you have zero como la who nafsa? Will la hudl oom bill a bad

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day when

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all the good has done before it? It will wish all the bad has done to be far, far away. Oh Lord you to be aware of him. And a law is compassionate towards his service. And in Brian verse 30, right and this

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the name or oof has been mentioned in the Quran 10 times as applying to a loss of Hannah hutan he's also described the Prophet so the law it was set them as being raw Oof.

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Okay, but as it relates to Allah Subhana Allah is we mentioned the Quran 10 times. Alright, so here Allah subhanaw taala you have zero qumola who nafsa who Allah is telling you to be aware of him. Why? What is this ayah talking about in the beginning

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is talking about the Day of Judgment

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unit battle in San yoma he then be mad Kadima, what

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every person is going to be informed on that day of that which they have put forth. And that was withheld

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in one Tafseer. So, the idea is that everybody is going to know the good that they have done and they're going to see also the bad

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That they have done and they're going to wish that there was a barrier between them and the evil they had that they want to, they want to declare themselves innocent from any of that any any of the bad things that they have done. When you have zero qumola. When I've said, Allah Subhana, Allah is warning you. He's warning you, that he knows everything that he sees everything that these things are going to come to light will love Huda Ooh, from being a bag. And even with that, he is still compassionate. He is still compassionate with a service that has an bustling mo lozada say that from his compassion to his service is that he's warning?

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It doesn't have to be any warning.

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Right? I mean, that that's something you know, if we look at what does compassion mean? What does that mean? When something someone has said I'm not talking about be happy, less data, as it relates to love? in general? What does it mean when somebody is compassionate care?

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They care what else? That's a good point, huh?

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They have kindness, yes.

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concern, right? They, they compassion actually in an old English, it means to suffer with right? Now, obviously, a loss mentality does not suffer at all. So we're not using that as it relates to a loss. But if we get to a more common understanding, you would say to empathize, you feel the way somebody else feels. Okay? So now imagine you're riding down somebody's riding down the street. Okay, you live on this block. And you notice a huge hole is a huge pothole.

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If any normal car is the hit, that power was gonna break, the axle is going, right, it's going to do something to to their car, it's going to damage their vehicle. All right.

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What would you do?

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You give them a warning, something maybe even maybe even put something in the hole so that somebody would see

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it, that's if you're if you're a person who is compassionate from from that compassion. You want them to know that this thing is dangerous. Okay, if you fall into it, that's otherwise

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you don't have really any obligation. Right? And if you never if you never drove before you I mean, you may not even realize what that would do to a car

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as as another point, you might not care. Right? So So here what's happening is the one who is compassionate is going to what warn more enough danger

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because so here a lot of anxiety you have doodle como la nafsa por la hora often believe that this is what has an adversity, I am allowed to Allah is saying is that from Las pantallas compassion is that he he warns us Let's keep it going further. From the root raw hunter sent by the way

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we said the following connotations are the following ideas are associated meanings with it, right? One to be kind, gentle, lenient, to to be merciful, compassionate, three, to show pity. Right back. Compassion is an acute or shot. It's really their manifestation of mercy to real show mercy, which is always invested, which always has within it a sense of pity and sympathy. All right. So, hold on.

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Is is here when we it does say to be kind to be gentle to be lenient, these are some of the definitions that that the scholars have given to the term a lot for also merciful and compassionate even though there is some difference between mercy and compassion which we'll cover in a bit inshallah. But the fact that last minute Allah has mentioned them with one another shows you that there is a difference.

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Eliza Joe says also in sorbitol, Hadith maka, Faina 30 him below Selena or caffeine Evie 70 Maria. Well, I'd say now in Jean with Jana kulu. Villa de una una

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foto de la ma, after them Yanni. After those messages we sent other messengers are lost parents it said one after the other we follow them with ease hibino Medea, well I Tina who's in jail and we gave him the gospel. And we placed in the hearts of those who followed him any follow the ISA up for 10 word

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compassion and mercy. Alright, so

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These are some of the definitions of rockfon. inshallah, in just a bit you'll start to see the difference between a roof and a Raheem type mesh, meaning,

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Rahim Allah said,

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is the most superior form of writing that

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encompasses it contains all the creation in this world and specifically for some of them in the hereafter.

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And Helene rahimullah said Halimi,

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I don't know if we've quoted him before. Okay. He's one of the scholars of Hadith.

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Abdullah Al Hussein and Hasson he was suddenly run away. Sometimes you see the husband and Hussein thing too many times, you get worried.

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Al Hussein

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al Hassan al Halimi, who died in the year 403, after the digital and he was he was known as the leader of the Mohammed de thean. In the area which is known in Arabic is malware and not that which is beyond the the river type Where is that by the way?

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Anybody know?

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We're not the school kill

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that the school kill now what I am now, that's a famous Chinese term that was used after the Arab conquest of the area, North Yvette Afghanistan, Tajikistan and

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that area in Central Asia.

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amu Darya amadori is the name of the river there. I forget what they call an Arabic guys. But anyway, that particular area

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Ohara emammal. Hardy is one of the most famous cities in that in that area. Anyway, some are kinda Yeah.

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Well, it is. It's it's Southern, the southern part of of what was the Soviet Union? Right now, like I say that Pakistan and Tajikistan and the other stands.

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I don't know I don't think that's what they call it though.

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role is the one who is leading it with his service, he does not burden them beyond what they can bear. In fact, the load that they carry is much less than that which they can handle. Despite this, a law commence strict observance of that which he has obligatory, obligated during times of strength, while lightning making lighter that is the demand at times of weakness. Thus, he holds the one who is living or reciting, or staying in his own land accountable for more than the traveler and the one who is healthy for more than the one who is ill. This is a compact, this is all not for ant Rama.

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Somebody want to bring that back. summarize what he said.

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Oh, maybe I could just do this we should

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Like calphalon of Sinhala was I okay, but but what what is he saying here? What is it? What like just put it in your own words?

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Anybody screaming up? Yes.

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Absolutely, yes. Yes. Even though you have the ability to do more.

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With more, Allahu Akbar, even though I'll repeat that, even though you have the ability to do more, Allah is not burdening you with more. How's that compassionate?

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Yes, sorry.

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He's not maxing you out.

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But but but how does that show compassion?

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How's that show compassion, because he could write in here and here there's a degree of empathy, empathizing with others.

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That, if you were in that position, and again, Allah subhanaw taala is above that. But if you were in that position, would you want to be maxed out? You you could like even when you have employees and things like that you could put them through a whole lot more than you do.

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Right. But a lot of times you you pull back a little bit. And if you think about it, if you were in that position when somebody constantly,

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so a last minute either out of his

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out of his compassion, and he doesn't burden that soul, even with what it can bear. So panela.

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So in his second sentence, saying, despite this law of command, strict observance of what he is obligated during times of stress, yes, so there's no getting around if you can do it, as opposed to right. So at times of strength, but

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let them go.

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Because this is a significant, say, despite this strict observance of what he has obligated during times of strength, mm, wild lightning, that demand at times of weakness, right. So, so as an example, I'm just doing that just to get your feedback. So if we know that we can make it 203 days a week,

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or bad times a month, but we make it every four months, knowing that we have the ability

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right so here let me let me go back because in the Arabic what he said, what he said in the Arabic was

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Well, hello love Allah him.

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Allah, Allah em for Eva houfy.

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ship, the Tim Cook or something like that.

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And so anyway, the point is, I remember in the Arabic He used the word for all Isla, who will follow it here, we wouldn't use the example of to Hadoop because the Hadoop doesn't come under that category of being a free law. Right. But when we look at the the obligations in Islam, then there's like you mentioned, initially, there is no way of getting around that if allies were just giving you the strength, you're healthy, you know, you have the ability to do those things, then then there is no getting around that and and you're and you're held accountable, to strictly observe those things, right? The issue is now when you're weak

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one allows you to either or when you're traveling or any of those things that take you away from your normal circumstances, then the rules are relaxed.

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It's clear what slot

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is clear. salado is one of the clearest examples right so when you're healthy and and you have the ability there's no you do it as it's been prescribed. If you're sick, I mean some pauwela you visit people in the hospital you see it all the time you visited Muslims in a hospital praying any kind of way because they have no only that that ability to pray like that. They might even pray not even towards the Qibla

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with no will do.

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Right? Because they can

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I mean, imagine Subhanallah imagine somebody you know who just had

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surgery, right? surgery maybe on a face and he had brain surgery. What are you supposed to do? How do you make will do

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I mean a fool will do I'm saying how and then sometimes there's so many you know

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tubes in them and things like that they can't anyway All right. So we clear off inshallah tight.

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to the max.

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Who really can't maybe can't do it to the max but

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sometimes sometimes I got to say but sometimes it's hard to change communities meaning it to change that community and you go somewhere where you feel comfortable inshallah help grow that community.

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Further, what's the difference? Show mercy without having compassion tight. That's a question. Don't go on to number two. I want to hear your answers for that. Can someone show mercy without showing compassion?

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What does mercy mean?

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Let's let's start there. What is mercy? Me?

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forgiveness. That's a part of mercy, huh?

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Perfect speller because that that's actually linguistically that kind of covers mercy. It's when you

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when you offer reprieve when you could be harsh but you but you lay off. Okay, so so for example, what happens if the judge shows mercy? Does that mean you let him go? No.

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Mashallah, everybody knows about that one. All right. So what does it mean? What does it mean when a judge shows mercy? Hmm.

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Right. So there's some lenient in the sentencing, for example, so maybe the person would have normally gotten a 20 year sentence. They walk away with six.

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That's, that's mercy.

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Right? No, no, no. So that, that that's my I want to stand the stand that, does that mean that the judge also was compassionate? hE hE empathized with the defendant? No, it doesn't mean that it could have been political pressure. Put on dawn, you know, there's gonna be some problems if, you know, you go through with that kind of sentence. Does that sound like Chicago? I'm sorry, if it does. Alright. So. So what happens is that sometimes there can be, you know, pressure involved. So the judges argument, but that doesn't mean that there's compassion. But there is mercy. There is mercy. So can one show mercy? Without having compassion? Yes. Do we see the difference? a landlord, for

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example, you know, a person owes them the tenant owes them 15 $100, in not just give me, give me 1000 this month, not because they care. They want to be able to hold that over there. That's still showing mercy in terms of the the financial side of it, but there's no compassion with that. All right. Now, keep it going should consider the use compassion of compassion. In the following session, Let both the male and female who are guilty of illicit sexual intercourse with each other, be punished with 100 lashes each do not allow rock to sway you from enforcing the law, or data by a law if you believe in the law, and less than do not a lot, a lot do not allow excuse me, offer which

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is compassion to sway you from enforcing the law ordained by law. Hmm. Why do you think, man, this is a good work with your partner exercise? Why do you think here that the we're a lot for was used? As opposed to?

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Go ahead? You want to think about?

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Are you thinking about it? I was gonna give you 15 seconds. Okay, go ahead. Yeah.

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Go ahead, grab him. Yes.

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They are family members, relatives,

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depending on the status of the individual in the community that's being

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that that's receiving his punishment there. There may be individuals who want to show compassion. And also we have the example of the companion who wanted to intercede on behalf of the wealthy woman. Right.

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Right. Right.

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But But, but okay. Everything you said was correct. But I want to I want to deal exactly with Why not let mercy sway you?

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A couple of times. You might want to go after you lash a couple of times you might start feeling bad

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Well, hopefully none of us are going to be lashing anybody let no I'm just saying I know I because I do think sometimes it's important because some people they read they read about the Hadoop and they think that it's just supposed to be some committee of the Muslims a man a pray and a match to the light let let them do it. No, this is a judicial day.

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Okay, okay, but that Okay, so what so why don't why not

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Don't allow mercy.

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Why compassion?

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So a person, I'm asking you, this kind of person still punish someone and it'd be merciful to them.

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Can a person punish someone and be compassionate to them? No,

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no, no. I'll tell you why. Yeah. So

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something like that. But let me just go go to have drama. Yes, I end up saying

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perhaps just because the person was delivering the punishment can relate to what caused the person to fall into the head. And he wants to.

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He doesn't want the person they know that. That's, that that's good shake.

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Because the deen of Allah azza wa jal, all of it is mercy. The Hadoop are mercy. How's that? How's the Hadoop the mercy?

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Because it's a mercy on society as a whole because they're preventative?

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Use Listen. Listen, you how many murders Do we have Philadelphia last year?

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Okay, let's, let's say how many do they say

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365? Something like that.

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Okay, let me just say this. Let me just tell you this.

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That those people who who take it kind of lightly and they just murder other people. I'm going to tell you straight let them see one head rolling down the down the block.

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Okay, now this ain't one of them was where we can get off if you get a good lawyer. And and that's the reality. So Pamela in this society?

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To say that money doesn't buy justice. Come on.

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Oh, come on. Seriously. I mean, that's, that's the reality you. So a person has got a lot of money, and they know they can get a good lawyer and they can, you know, they know how to play the courts and all that other stuff like that, you know? Nah, you see a head roll. Not one of those things you go even though even death row, and you get to do appeals for 35 years, and all it

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does is it it creates a different type of deterrent.

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because now it's like wait a minute, let me think at least twice.

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Know Before doing something crazy. And suddenly those those strict, if you want to look at it like that the strict laws rules related to gender relations. Do we have a metoo movement and Islam? How does me to work if we really do in Islam? How do we even get that in those kind of quarters with the opposite gender, to even create that type of environment? Right. So these things are put in place as a mercy for society, the punishments, the rules are mercy, the punishments are also a mercy and their mercy for the individual because once a person is punished in this life, they not gonna be punished in the hereafter for the same crime.

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Right. So here, this is all mercy, do not allow mercy to sway you from him for the no mercy is not going to stop me from enforcing this law is from the laws, mercy that we want to enforce this, don't let a lot of don't let that compassion, you know, we you have feel a connection, right to the person, when you empathize with their situation. Don't let that sway you from enforcing we, we, I want us to understand because I'm telling you, a lot of times, these meanings don't come out.

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You know, like when we talk about karate, why don't we take that time because so many times you see the generous, the all generous, the generous. And when we take a step back, and we really look at it, it's much deeper than that. Right? But also understanding that type Bismillah

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will reflect upon the fact that guidance to a snap is rough and rough from a wall.

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Stop. They're standing tight. Think back does anybody remember the first idea we started this class with?

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We talked about lobbying. What are we talking about?

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soda tillbaka. What was he talking about the

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Breaking Bad

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The first I wasn't sorted so bacara

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Salah McCann, Allah who the big man to come and a lot will not cause you he man to be wasted he wouldn't cause your good deeds to be in vain. Does anybody know how to I starts or what's right before that? I lost friends it says on my channel kibaale Attila t Quinta De

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La Nina Anima mania tibia was sued me may young colleague voila TV?

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What in what?

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What in Canada? Look hubiera 10 illa Allah Allah Dena Allah

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What am I can alone do you da manacle So last time it says here that we didn't make the previous Qibla that you pray to

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okay volatility Talia allele Nana Romania tabula rasa

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except that we can make evidence, those who actually follow the messenger from those who turn back on their heels. How is that? And why is that? Because the loss of Hamlet Allah test his servants, and he's going to show us and he's going to know the knowledge that

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he caught that reward and punishment is related to not the knowledge that preceded our existence, but the knowledge after it comes into existence for which a person is held accountable to a lowly animal, may it's heavier or suit those who actually follow the messenger because some people that say we will timeout we was praying this way now we gotta pray that way. Kind of religionist This is the kind of the last minute data reveal

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who's gonna follow the messenger and who's gonna follow their the way they think about it. I just want to do what I want to do.

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Uh huh. When can it look a be written? This was difficult for some people in lalla Latina head Allah, except for those whom Allah guided. And part of that, at the end of the eye, relates directly to the fact that Allah guided because he is are open because he is Rahim. Subhana who attack? So we have to reflect upon that. When you think about the net of Islam being guided to this Deen

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every day, Allah subhanaw taala allows you to wake up as a Muslim hamdulillah. Deanna?

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Well, you learn you sure. I mean, you know, just waking up, saying that. Waking up as a Muslim.

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We wake up for what reason?

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Pray fudger to pray to

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you waking up to praying for something.

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The rest of the creation that is not Muslim, are waking up to do what?

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Go to work.

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To go to walk the dog.

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You mean so that the dog can walk them? Can you imagine that some Hello, we got to the point where we walk behind an animal poop scoop. It's poop.

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Like really? What what has happened to us? No, seriously.

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And you know, well, let me say something nice. Pamela.

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I remember last year, maybe?

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I Exactly. I remember exactly when it was so I was messing up. So it was funny time and it was cold.

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And one of the brothers there one of the brothers, Palestinian brother, he said, you see some people complain about coming to the masjid. Hey, some of these people are walking their dogs in this cold. You can't come to the master. You know, his thing was and it's real when you look at that. But shake machine you've cut it they say right one thing leads to another. But but that's the reality. Other people are not waking up.

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For the purpose of worshiping the law.

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They're waking up for the purpose of worshiping dollars and cents. Right? We got to talk about that in the hook buzz Well, how people prioritize what is your priority? What keeps you up at night? Is it to thinking about a sin you may have committed in is the last time the pleased with you?

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Or is it balancing your books? Oh my god, how am I gonna pay that bill? What keeps you up and what gets you up in the morning?

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Because at the end of the day, what you prioritize is most likely what you're going to wind up worshiping.

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What are you gonna say she

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compassionate to those

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right because his compassion does extend even to the ones who don't believe, because it gives them the chance to enter into this thing he shows them guys. Hey, Allah Subhana, Allah Subhana Allah, and the ones who were not shown guidance in this life, they never saw the message as it should be seen. Their test is not in the slide. It has to be with the last time in the hereafter.

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These rows Hana wattana what I am not publishing, no that

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will strive to reach the level of true servitude. Why do you think that is what you had the Roku Allahu nafsa Allah warned you about himself, will la hora often build a bed, Allah, his roof, with his servants with the bed with the sir. So you want to reach that level of true servitude of True Buddha. So that you can be one of those ones who get a lot of special compassion and a special offer. And that truly will the

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the crux of it is three things headbutts Allah subhanaw taala loving Allah. And this is part of our study here, knowing what loss of payment data is, will increase your net love for him somehow without fearing Allah and hoping in Allah, those three things summarize for us with true diomedes na, Toshi, and he will be keen or she will be keen to enjoin good and forbid the evil. Now why is that? What is it about Allah subhanaw taala being compassionate, that would push you to enjoin good and forbid evil? Yes.

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So you can help others does that Aloha. Because what what it is, is that compassion that you want allows parents Allah to have with you should extend to your relationship with with others and when you see them doing something that is wrong, you don't want them to face a Lost Planet Allah with with that carrying that and you want to encourage them to do that which is good, that is going to gain them, you know, allows parents to Allah's mercy now

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and this will open their hearts to the

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open No, no those who know that loves or will that knowledge will open their hearts to the Quran. How?

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How can let's go back.

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Let's go back, read read the bottom. Read the bottom idea who will let the university know on average he is in V net. Leo Khadija camino Ludo Mati the Norway in the lobby cannot override him and as he says down upon a server versus clear evidence what is that the core is that he may bring you out from darkness into the light and indeed the law is to you compassionate, he is a part of his Rafa is that he sends you these is that he has revealed to us the Quran, to take us out of darkness and into the light. You understand so those who know that Allah Subhana Allah is Allah Oof, will open their hearts to the Quran, they will try to learn the Quran and they will ponder over the Quran

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namshi and those know that a lot is our will show compassion to

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creation. And let's just look at some of those examples of compassion from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is Salatu was Salam fellowship.

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Ready allow the Allahu anhu Matt

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to have them, both Norman and his father

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in law's messenger. So

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the believers in their mutual love, mercy and sympathy are just like one body. When one of the limbs suffers, the whole body responds to it with wakefulness and fever.

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Yes, fine. So the Prophet is allied with Sam here is showing us that we are supposed to be sympathetic to one another, that we're supposed to feel the pain of other Muslims, and that if we're not like that, then is a deficiency in our man. This is the believers in their mutual love, mercy, sympathy, right? We supposed to have that for each other. And that's part of knowing that Allah Subhana Allah is fellowship

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narrated that the Prophet

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said, what I stand for prayer.

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Hearing the cries of the child, I couldn't short as I disliked the trouble the child's mother

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This shows you a

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practical example of the Prophet sallallahu. It was selling, showing compassion, showing empathy. He can feel the pain of that mother who sitting up there trying to pray

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and not getting anything out of her prayer, because all she's worried about is her child that is crying and so, the prophet SAW his son will upon hearing that, you know, cut the prayer short not prolonging No.

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relates that the prophets

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have said, He who takes care of an orphan and me will be like this in Paradise, he who takes care of the orphan will be like, like me and him like this. He and I guess he or she, and I will be like this and paradise now. And he raised his four finger in his middle finger by way of illustration, even though some of the narrations say but he didn't hold them together, and it was some distance, okay. But the point is that they will be like, what, like this close and gender tie? How does that show compassion?

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Because, because showing that compassion for an orphan, you know that this the, the child has lost his father, right? Well, your team in Arabic is the one who's lost the Father. Okay. lost the father lost the breadwinner, lost it. And now the only son of his saying show compassion to that family and help raise that child's power. Play.

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Okay, I've been translated,

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All right. Do I based on this Divine Name? Well, Illa Hill Esma or Prusiner further Ooh, we had a last minute Allah has the most perfect names. So make dua to him with those names. And this to AI comes in the Quran and we should be reciting it frequently or we should make this too frequently. But but but benefit whenever you're finding and Medina several Coonamble, amen. While I touch and feel kulu VENA Latina, Amano abana in nakara Oh, fun, Rahim, Accra chef, Lord, our Lord, forgive us our sins and the sins about brothers who believed before us. And leave no malice, no hard feeling no bad feelings in our hearts. Those who believe a lot. But where are we from that seriously?

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Leave no malice in our hearts towards those who will lie will lie we get caught up in, in the minutiae. We take, we take things, we just ignore the broad rules. And we get caught novel, I read something here I read something in a Sufi and didn't pray over this one time

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would you say as Alhamdulillah? It's made it clear to me?

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Because Because the reality is, is Islam is very clear. And the majority of the world is not Muslim. Right?

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I got you what I'm trying to say. But let's follow the follow the stages.

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Islam is very clear. Yet only 2% of Americans are Muslim. Even though Islam is very clear to us, what hamdulillah

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and these things are very clear. But there are a lot of Muslims that just can't see it.

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And so you praise Allah Subhana Allah that has opened your eyes to the truth.

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You praise the Lord Praise Allah for that. And you make dua for the rest of the Muslims are open and fill in. What are you finding? Oh Allah forgive us and forgive our brothers and Athena siliconera Amen. Those who preceded us in faith.

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Well, that's a Jaffe kulu Vina Lila Lila Dena, me No, don't put any malice in our hearts when we add you know, I'm Stein and allies with also says no crime because it could come from uncovered from the low alikum for 2 billion. That's how you used to be before for men olalekan but a lot of favorites. A lot of favorites. So don't look at it as something like you're just smart. You're intelligent. He was in the right place at the right time alone goddess, Allah Subhana Allah Ma, photoshoot.

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Did you finish you are truly compassionate. There's there is no next screen

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This means that this needs to sink in this is not something Oh, is this a nice? Do I know this is a do I you need to know? You need to say it you need to repeat it. It's in what sort of by the way soret l Hessian which is the 59th chapter in the Koran. It's the 10th verse. Go back to our read with Sadie Rahim Allah tada says Serbian is tafsir he says aha he says what do I own share me lonely Jimmy Mini. ministerial Tina minister. haverty women couple of home woman back to home. We'll have them in football even. Amen. And then me Nina in tefera. Bow to whom the bow bow the bow. Okay. So here, let's just look at the context real quick. And then and then we'll talk about was as he said,

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this idea comes with swords and Hessian right before what? Does anybody know? What a lost friends Alice?

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Right. First he gives a description of mahadji D.

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Right, and then he gives a description of the answer. And who are the mahadji? Dean?

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Yeah, but what how does the last man die to describe

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a Latina tipo de La

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Nina tipo. De How does he described in his

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resume in the area? Right? They were the ones that were thrown out from now. Not some of them literally.

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But But others because they really had no other option. There was the things was so bad in Mecca, that they had to leave their own home and leave their own places. And they may hit you up. And then inside that what

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they hosted them they took them in. Right. And so ultimately, I mean reading the stories is amazing. I don't know anything like in history. But the point here is that last Clinton is praising them and then he says, Well Edina gentleman by the him and then those who come after them mean after the Mahajan.

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Well, the Drina gentleman by the him Yoku Luna, bob bennett, they say this. So this is what we should be saying. So aside from Allah says, this do encompasses all of the believers from the the the Sahaba, he says and even those who were before them and after the believers before sama,

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Those who follow me so why are they believers, those who follow Isa believers, those who follow use of believers, like

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when a savvy team has to have a woman, cobbler home woman by the home and those who came after them will have them in for lightning event. This is from the virtue of faith that the believers benefit from one another and they make dua for each other, be severable moussaka from Amen, because they take part in Amen, this is this is the common denominator between them and let him in fluid he has the mouth and part of the branch that comes off of that the fact that they are that they are believers is is that they make dua for one another where you hit Bobo home Baba and they love one another when he had that kind of loads out of he had to do I owe Dakota loads out of he had to do I

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nephew Liberty film and this is why lots of Henry Tata has mentioned this to the negation of malice in the heart as Shannon Nikolaevna he will Cassidy which which comprises both any little minute part and any any large manifestation of that malice, ality even tougher to do who will who will help but to bainer meaning because if there is the absence of him, then there will be the presence of his opposite which is the love between the believers All right. So this is a critical that we make, you know frequently tell you

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next and this is the last slide inshallah.

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Allah Subhana Allah says, Well Edina gentleman by the name Yoku Luna robina Bob banach filled an hourly whining alladhina seppuku Neville Eman What are Jaffe kulu Bonanza? Lila Dena and Robin Annika over him. You can see I wanted you to make this to our right. Those who came after him say Lord, forgive us our sins and the sins of our brothers who believe before us and leave no malice in our hearts towards those who believe Lord, You are truly compassionate and merciful. Discuss with your partner some of the possible benefits of a law of mentioning his name

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under oath with the Divine Name of Rahim in this particular eye. All right, so you have one minute and 36 seconds to work with your partner

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with your partner, discuss some of the benefits.

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Oh, you better turn to your partner. You're not talking

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under the law

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40 seconds.

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40 seconds.

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Three seconds to one, zero. Where's the mic? Check?

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The tour.

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Dr. mouffetard

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the mic the mic?

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No, I don't want you. I want you to take the mic to those who may be answering the question. shala All right. What is some of the possible benefits of a loss mentality out of mentioning his name here and this is a roof with the Divine Name, Rahim. Yellow Bismillah.

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mouthpiece. Uh huh. And the fact that there was some mass whether it was smaller be

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you had compassion and mercy then

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it would extend right your compassion. Okay. But But why both names?

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That's good.

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Compassion will take away the malice, okay.

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Yeah, wherever you see a hand raised file, follow up, follow the fingers.

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Follow those fingers in the sky.

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Because you can hate someone but as I allow for compassion for them to

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give me some more.

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You might not like them. You still don't want them to be punished.

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Okay, so So you're saying that a person may not have malice in his heart towards someone but still not like them? And still want to last minute either to have compassion. Okay. All right. Now it's possible it really is. Okay. Follow the fingers shake. It's up to you.

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Because he allow you to ask for forgiveness for yourself. After forgiveness for those who came.

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We believe now you're onto something keep going. So how does that how is that mercy and compassion? What is that here?

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It's good.

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Right that there's a direct connect between or him and in the sense so there's a direct connection between if a Filipina will the whiner forgive us and forgive our brothers. There's a dinette or there's a direct connection with forgive us. And we're here to tell you.

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Right and in a lenient seed that they're asking for leniency for others is also part of their compassion and so they remember Allah subhanho wa Taala as being the compassionate

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nice and they're seeking to emulate that characteristic of Allah. Mashallah.

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Well stated well stated Zach Taylor.

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No, I thought that's where you were going with it. I really did.

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Right. Without having that right for right, wanting for your brother, what you want for yourself part of that is needing that you have to have a at least some degree of rockfon and compassion. Those are all great answers for the finish off with a caniff Shanghainese.

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Bringing it full circle, the I think we begin with pulling off of work or jumping from what I mentioned, the idea of that same sense of compassion and concern for brothers. And so the idea that we're praying and we're getting rewarded.

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We don't want to get that anymore Just like

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we want our reward.

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Right. Right. He mentioned even in that in the in the first AI that we talked about for him, because they were not just concerned about their own salaat but they were concerned about what about our brothers they passed already and they emulating that attribute of Allah Subhana Allah and His compassion. Willow Adam was hello hello robotic and, and Amina Mohammed subhanak alone hungry, the shadow Laila. And to stop Furukawa to be like, this has genuinely been

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a great experience. And I think for all of us to just take this time to really, you know, what, one of the things that Shanghainese and I

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are very concerned about is raising the literacy level of our community as a whole. And that starts with the Koran, there's nothing that you can read that is better than the Quran, and then taking that time and really, like just think about it. We took a minute and a half right now we kind of talk with your partner. Well, why did the last pantalla mention it? And then we discussed it as a group and we talked about some of the possible benefits. Is there anything better we can be doing in terms of knowledge? It's really trying to understand the last minute Tyler's book and hopefully get a better appreciation many brothers and sisters have mentioned that, you know, over the last few

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months over the last year or so when we started these exercises, if you will, are really just trying to ponder over the Quran. Right? That it feels different now. You read the Quran and it touches you in a different way. You might just now you catch our oath.

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Right for Kearney this what would you say? Say Look what is good Katie? Right. It wasn't just a digit. It just wasn't generous sustenance. Now, this is a noble sustenance, it has a different feel to its handler when you can when you can start dissecting. You know if I can use that word loosely. Anyway, we asked Allah subhanaw taala to continue to benefit us and to raise us and he managed to give us an increase in knowledge and raters actions on a global 100 shadow earned and stock records will be next.