Names of Allah – Episode 19 – Al Kabeer

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So where's the earth?

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Yeah, is this thing right here? This big ball of fire? That's the earth.

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That's the same, okay?

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And where's the earth?

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That, that that little that little speck, okay. Anybody know the

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diameter of the,

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of the earth? Approximately? Especially you guys, you travel all around the world Mashallah.

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Anybody?

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No, no no no no around Earth No.

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around the Earth play.

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What about the sun? How many miles is the sun cross?

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Anybody?

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Okay? Sine is 164,000 miles across.

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That doesn't mean anything to you.

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Okay, how many miles from here to New York City?

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90 miles, huh?

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No, no, not 160 90 miles to New York City. Okay, so

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864,000 miles, let's just say it was 100 miles. How many times would you have to go to New York City and back?

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1644 times 1644 times, you'd have to go to New York.

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Back you will cut it in half. Okay to get around the sun.

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Okay, I'll put it in perspective.

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you need you need 1 million Earths

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to fill the mass of the sun.

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Over a million actions. Okay.

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In the sun is really like an average size star.

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All right.

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Can we really imagine it?

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That that's

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even though we can say it, and we can see it, we can see the earth.

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We really can't put all of that into perspective. Because the reality is, is that we have limitations in terms of our ability to conceive of those things. And this is just they say that the sun is how many light years away from from Earth.

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Yeah, they say 93 million miles from their eye. So 93 million miles is not something that we really can grasp. We again we can say it, we know what a mile is, we know what 93 means we know what million is but can we really fathom 93 million miles and that's still in the same solar system.

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Right?

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This is important for us because when we think about the cosmos, right, and these are things that we can actually see you can see the sun

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you can see the sun you can see other stars as a matter of fact

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scientists say that there are as many stars in the sky

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as there are grains of sand on Earth.

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So again, these are these are just and again the grains of sand on earth we can go go we're not that far from Atlantic City you can go you can look at the beach and go along the coast.

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But can you really fathom and this is a last minute Allah's creation

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Allahu Akbar

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allow you think about the sun is Kabir. Jaden. I mean really when you think about it, or to be to be more precise. We talked about the sun how big the sun is, but it's really average. And the star is that are much larger than that

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much further away than 93 million

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miles.

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It's

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It's something that we again, we really can't grasp.

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But then there are people

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who disbelieve in the creator of all of that, because they don't hold him in the estimation that they should they don't give him the What did you say?

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The just estimation, remarkable ally, hacker cadet he, and he didn't hold the last Pantheon in the esteem that that he deserves.

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And so this is why we started with this because the earth is insignificant

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in terms of size, compared to other parts of a Lost Planet dial is creation. And this is just stuff that we know about.

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This is the stuff that we know about. It's almost like

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an ant next to an elephant.

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You know how many ants they say it would take

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to have the same mass of an elephant?

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2 billion,

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2 billion ants, so you have to string them for 2000 miles.

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I mean, again, these are proportions that we really can't, we really can't put it all together. But we can talk about it. And we this is a last minute that is creation. And if we don't really have the ability to grasp the creation of a loss of habitat. Why is it that there are people who disbelieve in a law because they don't understand.

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They don't get it. They don't see how they can be something that great. But yet the things that they do see, they really can't even fathom the things that are actual, you know, tangible, if you will. So the idea is, I guess you can figure out what names we're talking about today.

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I'll Kabir and allow him. Hannah, who Tada.

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All right, father should read that.

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From

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the grant, that magnificent, the grand the magnificent, there are other ways that we can possibly translate and inshallah Tada, we're going to go as our normal course, we're going to go over linguistically. What could be a means? What are the means? We're going to start

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with the evidence. And as we'll see in a second part of the class today, inshallah, Tada. There's some names that people take. They call themselves Abdel Nasser, for example, is NASA one of the names of a lot? Well, the reality is, is that first thing we have to do is support that with evidence. And then you can say that it is a name of a last parameter, but there's some common there are some common

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names that people have. Or they may you may hear them frequently, and they're not actually names of the last franchise. So it's very important before we get into all of the meanings, that we actually establish that these are Names of Allah subhanho wa Taala. How do we do that? Where do we where do we get evidence that it's the name of Allah?

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From the cry

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from the sun, the type two so if we wanted to just say one word, what we say

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revelation from Revelation, right? Because that's the only way that we can know what the names of Allah subhanho wa Taala are. All right.

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So last minute, data says ademu lavey was Shahada al kabiru Alka alchemy you

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know all Knower of the unseen and

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the most Hi, this name Allah dial is named al Kabir is mentioned the core is six times, six times. All right, it's mentioned also in the son of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam becomes in accord with that form al Kabir six times, five times it comes after the name of Allah subhana wa tada Li Li

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Li, Lisa Li, Li Li,

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Li Li you'll Kabir five times in the Quran. And then one time it comes before a matar, which is here, it motivated me with Shahada el cambio

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All right. So, follow suit.

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intercession with him is of no value except for someone whom he has permitted. Until

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When fear has subsided has gone away, have gone down a little bit from their hearts. They will say, What did you say? They will say the truth. And he is the high, the grand play this this eye is sort of separate. I want somebody to

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pull up the rest of the AI that comes before I this 22nd I cry and sort of seven

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you have your Messiah on your phones right?

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Now, no, I know I know I want I want somebody to read it further. You can really say

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shave.

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Right? Okay, so stop. Did somebody translate that somebody read the translation?

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Okay, let him read it.

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Alright, right stop there, say invoke those who claim to be deities, besides a lot. He's telling a last minute either is telling the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam to tell them those people who are worshipping besides Allah call upon them. Now, let's put this in perspective. Why do people call upon any deity period?

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either, right, either because they believe that that deity is going to bring them some benefit or repel some harm. That's very important that we understand that because the one who does not bring benefit or repel harm does not deserve to be worshipped everyone who calls upon a deity historically and until jamoke Pm will call upon them because they believe that there is some kind of benefit that they're getting or there's some harm is being repelled. So allows my dad is a call upon them. Right? Zam to him and doula

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am licona

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so they don't own anything. Those ones they should call it upon? Allah azza wa jal. He is Al Malik. He is the owner. They own nothing. Lamb licona mezcal azova

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right.

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Okay, so then somebody might say okay, maybe they don't own it. Right. But maybe their partner they went in with somebody else and they own it together but they're not the outright they're not the sole owner. They only have you have businesses with somebody else. Okay, Mashallah, right. So you're not the sole owner you can't just do whatever you want whenever you want. You have to consult your partner so here a last minute Allah saying not only don't they own anything outright,

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they have there's no partnership in the milk. Lamb licona myth color is similar to a

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woman who woman who fi Miami chic

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he doesn't have any partner who owns that with him, Nancy.

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Okay, so then somebody might say, well, we call upon them we know they don't own it. We know that there's no soul. You know, ownership. We also know that they're not partners, but maybe they they're helpers. So you know how for example, you might need something done you don't know the owner you don't know a co owner but you know somebody that helps the owner so you gotta weigh in.

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Allah subhanaw taala doesn't have any body who's assisting him

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right go ahead.

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Hi, Rebecca again, all together without saying oh Mohammed, invoke booze you claim as deities besides the love, they do not possess in

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the heavens or on the earth. They do not have their any partnership with him. Nor is there for him among them any assistance, okay. Nor does he have among them any assistant. Alright, so here we go.

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You call upon somebody because of what

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they they're going to bring you some benefit or repel harm. This is historically historically, those who worship other than Allah subhanaw taala. They believe that those things that they are worshipping have some kind of ability to help them some kind of way either they are

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The owners of that thing. So in Greek mythology, for example, you have the God of lightning, the god of thunder, the God of whatever.

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Right? All right. So they they are worshipping these things because they think they actually have the ability. They are gods of these particular things.

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Or they are a partner with Allah subhanahu wa Tada. So, because they are partner in that ownership, then they have a right to do some things.

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buying all of that, maybe just maybe they're assisting Allah. Allah says, No, he has no assistant.

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And so he's denying that there's any benefit or any harm and other than Him Subhanahu wa, tada, what's left after that?

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Now is there's one thing left. So for example,

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okay, once one second, okay, so she says, You Mashallah says you had a school, right? So

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you want you you want your child to be accepted in this very competitive school? Right?

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It's a private school, you happen to know the owner, guess what?

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No, at this point, you just talk to the owner. Okay, because there is an owner and you want your kid in the school and you're good, that person has the ability to benefit you in that situation?

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Well, you don't really know the owner. But you know, the principal. And the principal is, is a helper, right? And helps out at the school, they run the school. So here, if you know the principal, you're good.

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But not this time, you don't you don't even know the principal. But what's left, you know, somebody who knows the owner, you've got to connect.

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Right? And so you do what you contact, you connect. Now, how does you connect

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with the owner? How does that connect, have any influence with the owner? Think about?

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They have a relationship. That person, whoever that whoever you connect is, has a relationship with the owner.

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The owner is going to respond based on that relationship. Maybe it's the owner's father. Now you got a real strong Connect. Right? Maybe it's the owner's friend. They've got a good working relationship. They visit each other a lot.

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They've known each other for a long time. There's a mutual benefit in that relationship. Nobody can intercede with anybody. Except that the one who is that the one that they're going to has some kind of relationship with the intercessory. We, we understand that? You show you that. So nobody can come to you and talk to you if you don't know them. You just walk through somebody on the street.

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And you say, Yeah, I heard you were the owner. The Rite Aid. Danny, our friends looking for a job. Who are you?

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Right, because there's no there's no relationship? Uh huh. Keep going. Keep going, man read it. Oh, sorry. Here. So now we get to this part. Good shake. I'm sorry. That.

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Yeah. intercession with him is of no value, except for someone he has permitted. What do we get from that?

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Nobody can compel a law No, there's nobody is gonna make a law feel bad? Because he didn't.

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He didn't do what the Connect wanted him to do. You see, so there's no shafia you can't No, you can't send somebody as a locksmith. It says well, that same file should factor into one element arena. So there is no intercessor that you can go to that's going to talk to a law on your behalf unless Allah subhanaw taala is already permitted them otherwise, what are they going to do? What relationship do they have with the laws paradata allies with job doesn't need them. See, most of us we accept somebody intercession because the intercessor we expect to need them at some point.

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Just the idea that I might need them at one but I can't I can't let them down because I might need him in the future. Right.

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So who is that that can stand in front of Allah that Allah azza wa jal is going to meet

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Allah. So there is no intercession with him that that has any value except for those whom Allah subhanaw taala permits until one fears aside from the heart. So this is referring to the angels, which is why the there is a smile amongst the scholars that the angels have hearts by way

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right there, until when fear has subsided

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From their hearts talking about the molag.

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Sorry,

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sorry.

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Yes. Yeah,

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exactly. Right is consensus amongst scholars that they have hearts.

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They will say, Man, then a lot of fans as call hepco. Now who will alley you?

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cabbie. Al Kabir, Allah azza wa jal is COVID. And so therefore nobody should take.

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Nobody should worship other than Him Allah spends hours and the nice is that they're talking about people who worship other than he is on Kabir. Is there anybody else? Everything else compared to last minute Allah so the

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real small,

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has no, no right to be worshipped. The one who has the right to be worshipped is Li Li al Kabir know that he could be an Allaha who will hack? Well in America the only men who will Barton are in Allahu li li Yu al Kabir again, in the context of worshiping other than a loss of habitat I read that that is because a lot is the truth.

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And that which they call upon other than Him is false. So he is worshipped in truth and they are worshipped in falsehood. And because Allah is the most high the grand man and Allahu Allah de you, and cabbie, okay, so Allah subhanaw taala is grant and we'll talk about what that means after we go through the evidence for

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an ID

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allow the shower

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Alright, so the greatest idea in the Quran is what I I tell corsi corsi and at the end of item corsi, Allah Subhana Allah says he is Li Li You love him? Allah de Alavi.

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What are you gonna be shaman me in levy Masha? wasI I could see you semi whitey. While up.

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I mean, the entirety of the heavens and the earth,

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what we can see and what we cannot see. And again, again, just think about in our own in our own galaxy, and all solar system. The sun is 93 million miles away according to their estimation.

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Yanni

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was the APU CEO and that's just again that's our solar system Not to mention the galaxy Not to mention the galaxies. His corsi soup, Hannah, who was added extends over all of that was the I could see you similarity will Oh, well, who do who have vumat? Well, who will Holly you allow them and they encompass they take over not a thing of his knowledge, except for that which He wills is going to see it extends over the heavens and the earth and their presentation, tires and not at all. He is the Most High the magnificence

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now Bismillah bacalao. The name of your Lord that magnificent? We'll call it China. No cannot lie. You know, biLlahi Alavi Him, who is the guy read that he did not used to have faith in the law, then magnificent, but in what context is there to help Ah,

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who is it that that didn't believe in a lot? I'll leave

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that and if it

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is one of them, I always leave it.

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Mmm, ooh, ta ke turbo Vichy MADI

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for your Hulu.

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outta kita via email. Via yo ha ha. Can I tell Kalia Ilan call in new canon. La Alavi. This was the reason why he was

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given his book in his left hand. The last dollar begins to mention those reasons.

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And no can allow me know, below. He allowed him even know Allah Subhana. Allah is Aviv. He's magnificent. His signs are clear. They're right there in a person's face.

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You look at the magnificence of a las pantallas creation and then you use that as evidence of

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Magnificent once with Hannah, who without it and even with all of that, they turned away.

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Olivia Alavi didn't believe in the last out of the magnificent. So he got what he deserved Willemstad, five she,

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me from the care bath raw, which says the following consultation so it's obviously dealing with the With the name of Allah tada and Kabir. And what you'll see actually, in many of the dictionaries

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when they're describing Kabir,

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they use the word Avi. And when they're describing Avi they use the word Kabir. And so there's a lot of overlap, very similar in meaning Kabir and Avi, the two names of Allah subhanho wa Taala, we'll talk about some of the subtle differences as we go along shall not now

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see in the who, what when, when a loss friends, it says they don't believe in Allah, it doesn't mean that they don't believe in the existence of a loss pentatonic that was very uncommon actually.

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And so until recent times, in fact,

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if you look at the first major movement against religion, period, then we're talking about late 17 1720s on Okay, so we're not even talking 300 years. Prior to that there was no major movement against religion, against the team as a whole.

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When the deist were born,

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they said, they believe in God, they believe in a creator, because to be honest with you,

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that was just too difficult to deny that there is a creator, but what they did not believe in was revelation.

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And so therefore, they didn't believe in Deen. And that was their, their movement towards. In other words, the creator created created the heavens and the earth and natural laws.

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And then he just left everything.

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And he doesn't get involved.

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You know, he's too busy to be involved in human affairs. So he didn't send messengers and revelation and he doesn't answer your prayers or anything like that. But he's a creator.

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So, that movement

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developed like I said, in

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18th century

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and then there were many, you know, Christian rationalist, if you will, who began to refute that the the the notion of the of the deist movement, it really wasn't until

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late 19th century, that you started seeing atheism become a real thing.

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And then we have the new atheist movement, which is not even really a decade. So decade and a half, two decades, the new atheist movement so what a lot of fans out is talking about those who let you know be let him love him. Those who don't believe in Allah the magnificent they don't believe in his magnificence

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matter they don't believe in his existence subhana wa tada

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whether you know extra humbler, Hila Wong mushy Kona lost friends as a Muslim don't believe in Allah accepted they also commit ship with him subhana wa Tada.

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Now

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as the following connotations or associated meanings, greatness, so the first thing we think about what cubby is, that is greatness, something that is that is great, whether in substance estimation, or rank

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number two nobility that is eminence highness,

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number three sub limiti which will allow the doctor to explain his supremacy in some, in some sense, something that is sublime

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something as lofty and Supreme, and pride. Right. So. So for example,

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the prophet it is allowed to sit and say, let's Hello, john McAfee mathcad. He and McAfee call behemoths calm.

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Do them with a min kibble kibble cat

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he was in an Adam's weight or mustard seed of, of pride in his heart will not answer when I ns agenda which we'll talk about inshallah. So So here, these are the different connotations that we get from that route from calf, bat, and rock, which, as we know Kabir comes from comes from that comes from that route. Then we have

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the cifa are the attribute that comes from the name of a last minute data. Al Kabir. And that attribute is elk Liberty yet.

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And puberty yet, which is this word right here.

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From here, yeah. Okay occurs as an attribute of a law in the sense of, right, so here we go. Again, this is actually this is from lanes, you know, your favorite.

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This is a summarized version of what what ln is saying, but but he's also taken from classic dictionary, so he's taken from rivals for any and, and others. Right. And so he's saying in the sense of Alabama, because they they're using the same terminology to explain each of them now, as an attribute of men to signify behavior towards others, or dominion, and both signify pride. Jani, Kibriya and Obama both signify pride, haughtiness, or infinite.

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Or the former.

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Here is talking about as an attribute of God, is the attribute of Allah Subhana. Tada it

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the former self admiration, self conceit in the holding oneself greater than others. Uh huh. Right. Go ahead.

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That is this day.

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Here it says an attribute of men to Kibriya is an attribute of men because what he's trying to do here is show that there's a difference, and allows her to honor being proud, having pride and the pride of men. And it's good that holding oneself and the holding oneself greater than others, and the latter this day of submission and attribute to which none but law has a right, right so we know what is pride? Let's talk about that. What is pride?

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Because you're not gonna understand Kabir without understanding pry locks as we think could be if we just say something as big great, but what is

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Yeah, go ahead.

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Now, I don't want the I don't want the the Islamic definition as English definition is fine.

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In two cases, to an attribute by which good or perfection or grandiose has come from oneself, and then on the other hand, there is that type of pride, which

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which means that you are actually better than someone else you are or you think you are all these things.

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Okay. So, what is in the case of a person thinking that he has a certain rank above others because of either what he has done? Or because what they cannot do

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yet, so if we boil it down, pride is what self

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an exaggerated sense of self worth. You look that up.

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We were using a dictionary before.

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Now it is so here we have an exaggerated

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estimation of oneself. Okay. Is that even possible? If we think of that, in the sense of a lost Parent Child, there's, it would not be possible for there to be more for allows parents to hold himself in higher esteem than he is because he is the highest dependent who was at a career. So there is no exaggeration.

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Also in this sense, which which is disdain that kippered which is disdain of submission, that is one does not want to submit that their arrogance prevents them from submitting Well, this also doesn't work in the sense of a last minute data because there is no authority over him Subhana who was at it, so he has the right to be multicap bit and that is one of the

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His name's as we know, which comes in sort of hasha

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Li Zhi Zhu elgible Alamosa cab bear, which is very similar in meaning to Al Kabir from the same route as we can see here, right? And so Allah subhanaw taala actually has that right and so him being multicap bit and him being Kabir, there's no problem in even describing that as being pride because Allah subhana wa tada has the right to have pride.

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You're not going to translate it is arrogance, because this is what happens to men. Because man does not have that same right man doesn't have the right to have this high estimation of themselves.

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Now she's

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the one whose greatness is beyond measure, whose essence is the perfection of greatness, whose attributes are the greatest and most slippery, right and sublime as we say so

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even God why mahalo Tada. He said, Oh Kabir means and this is again if you remember what we talked about before he said, Oh, Kabir means Alavi.

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It means the one who is magnificent, the one who is great. There is nothing greater than him. So Hannah, who what's at play?

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Let's talk about allow them and then we talk about the difference between the two inshallah, from the route I bought me, which has the following connotations to be fast, huge, enormous, enormous to be imposing, powerful, superior, to be magnificent.

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Reveal.

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I think that last part right there, that where it says magnificent, honored, revered sublime, that help us to make a distinguished with distinct that'll help us to distinguish between Aviva and Kabir. All right. So

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when we talk about respecting the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, respecting the sooner holding the sun then high esteem. What's the word we use in Arabic? talim you say Tao vema soon to have respect and hold in high esteem and to revere son of the Prophet it has a lot to say you don't say tech be a sinner and it's been used different for example, Alexander the Great you've heard him

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couldn't air but they call them however they call him shaking on the line.

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Alexander the Great what they call him an Arabic

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scan but Al Akbar legba write a call They call him Al Akbar the great

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but but allow him the Paris LA to Sam when he when he wrote to her class, he said la hora Avi Murong. Right. The one did the the venerated of, of the Romans, the one held in high esteem. Right? And so tech bit is a bit different than Tallinn.

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Even though the scholars say

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and from them shake was empty me about him a lot as a as a little quote on this, where he says that at Tech B it actually includes a Tavi.

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And it is

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the word Kabir the name of Allah. Kabir is actually more

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let's just say more encompassing than the name Alavi

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and it's actually better in that sense and this is why I lost parents Allah and the Hadith. could see he says

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allow ramatu is a very

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well kibou reader.

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He says that allow Rama which we can translate as

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nulla is our is the lower garment.

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Okay, yeah. But allow them this greatness. magnificence is my lower garment.

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When kibou pride is the day is my upper garment. What I wear up top and the Arabs give more precedence to what is worn up at the top that's considered to be more noble.

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Ashraf than what's worn on the bottom. So shaken as Dan says from this, we understand that I'll keep it at his

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more noble than allow them

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all right. So pride

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in this sense of Kibriya that that pride, Majesty, if you will, it is more encompassing then then allow them which is the greatness

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and then and then and then I lost my status so whoever competes with me in either of them

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I'd love to be narrow enough to have enough be thrown into the, into the fire. So, so we don't have a right to be haughty and arrogant, or any of those other things. This is reserved for Allah subhana wa tada and, and that is why those who try to take on any of those qualities, they will be punished in the fire.

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Because that belongs to Allah subhana wa tada and nobody else has a right to it. You are ever right to look down on the slaves of Allah Subhana Allah, you don't have a right to reject the truth and that that will come so once we know that Allah is Al Kabir and Alavi we will humble ourselves. Because we are not Kabir. And we're not Avi, another thing that is stand another thing, another very important distinction in my humble estimation between Kabir and Avi. Is that also in the Arabic language where you talk about Carville, Cole,

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you talking about going to those who are esteemed someone who was esteemed amongst amongst the people. Carla kabiru, whom doesn't mean the oldest one amongst them, it means the one who had the most

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status, the one who had the highest status? Well, here's here's what's significant about that, from a linguistic perspective. What they mentioned in the dictionaries is that a person is not called Kabir unless his attributes of perfection and obviously, perfection we talked about human beings we're talking about relative and knowledge is a is a good quality to have a person has a lot of knowledge, it may have some degree of perfection, we talk about relative perfection, that this person's attributes of perfection are not restricted to themselves, but they are carried to others that is that they are able to benefit others if that person is not benefiting someone else. He is

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not called Kabir

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even though he may be considered to be Avi, and that sense, alright, so that's another slight distinction between between the two.

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Now she she

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related to this by name

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reported that he met in the Muslim and sec to him, it has been reported to me and said to me that someone has narrated to you from the Prophet so go longer I think he was saying that when he entered the mosque he would say the villa he loved him out of the villa he allowed him while we watch he he'll carry muscle tiny Luca de misshapen emoji.

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So this is his name, Allah hands out his name and Eliza Joe tells us will allow him a smell Esma

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feather Whoo hoo be here. Allah has the most perfect names. So the what call upon him using those names feather all be here at Dr. Dre is not restricted to calling on as an invocation we're petitioning a locksmith out and no, not just that, do I also is throughout the bed, not just through our mess Allah. So it's to two categories of da da, which encompasses all worship, how do we worship Allah subhanaw taala to our understanding of this thing that is considered do I and also do our mess Allah which is actually asking the last fantana using his names. So, this is one of the instances where the prophesy some use the name allow them to call upon last minute I seek refuge in Allah and

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in his honorable or noble face and in His eternal demand domain from the cursed devil when anyone says so, that is this particular

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says he is protected from me all day long.

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So if a person for example, says this dry upon entering the masjid for selected fidget, then he has a protection from save time for the remainder of the day.

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Is it actually 726 at the right time?

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Hi.

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How are you? I never too bad bass video loud. Well, I recorded that the messenger of the loss of the bomb was seven said who ever visits a sick person who is not on the verge of death? And makes do I seven times?

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Hey, what is on the law team? Rob Bell out shalabi asvs. So la Viva la sala de esta la la la de la la sala de Mia shriek na

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you a lot with certainly, hello, certainly heal him from that sickness.

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And, and again, I mean, these are

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these are not things that we should just let go by on a screen and we just keep it moving. The reality is, is that this is the half full Muslim and Muslim.

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This is this is the right that a Muslim has over another Muslim and we shouldn't, we shouldn't as Muslims

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leave anybody from our community to just be sick by themselves.

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They have a right over us community. And if we don't step up, if somebody at least, does not fulfill that obligation of visiting them,

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accompany them through some of the difficulties then F the rest of the oma and the rest of us who have that ability, then we all share an SN.

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And

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you know, it is very important for us to recognize that the social

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part of Islam, that that worship does not stop with rituals.

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Worship does not stop with salat, and Zakat and fasting and Hajj and then we feel like kalasa I've done my duty. That's your duty to a loss of habitat, but we have a duty to the last part of that is creation as well. And part of that is visiting those who are sick. And is, especially in this society, where many of us don't have large Muslim families, for example, it becomes that much more important. And it's a major, major tool for dour

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because Alhamdulillah there's nobody who's visited in the hospitals the way that the Muslims are when we step up and do our job.

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Other people look at that. And they see that as being one of the mahasin and virtues of Islam.

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That these people, they care about each other. There's no other time. There's no other time. They may not be from the same country.

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A shared nothing in common.

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except Allah spent Allah bought their hearts together through Islam. All right, we have two more drives, we're going to cover along with some important points after after this inshallah It's time for you then and salaat and then we'll reconvene after prayer and Sharla panic along with the shadow learn stuff. We'll call it a week.