Ramadan 2018 – 05 – Excellence in Tawheed

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Shaykh Tahir Wyatt in Masjid Nabawi (Madinah) | Ramadan 2018 Series

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Now humbling

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so that was about one and a

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half an hour

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before we start today's lesson, Chapter II

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just want to remind us that this is the big day for all of them.

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It seems like just yesterday literally, we were talking about Ramadan coming, how we're supposed to prepare for Ramadan, and then we talked about

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door, those doors are going to be closed for the entire month of Ramadan and that the doors of jahannam are close. The doors have closed, and no door on those doors will be open until the end of Ramadan. In another narration of the same honey in German tirmidhi

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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that a caller calls out Manny from the heavens and says yes.

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including an increase in blood. I recommend for everybody.

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To if you don't have a book that is specific for what is known as as promises about what

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those

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remembrances those formulas application formulas that the promise of life

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It was someone who would make every morning before sunrise and every evening after salata last and before mother's like this time right now. This is a time that the prophet Isaiah select the Sudan would take advantage of making

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selected by the name of the party on the authority of Shan Shan, buddy alongside angle and again a shout out perhaps tomorrow we'll go over the meaning of this Howdy. The point is that in Ramadan if you don't already make these do I. In other words, you don't have a time set aside. Specifically when you make these do

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the Ramadan is the time to start and let that carry over for the rest of your life. A time on a daily basis that you dedicate to calling upon a love showing your servitude standing in front of a loss friends, Allah broken with humility, showing him some kind of attachment that you need him and that you recognize that that's part of the we'll probably discuss today towards the end of the lesson a shout out. The point is

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translation says whoever actualizes that so he went to paradise without any he said without being taken to account. And without any punishment.

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It's

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important for us to look at two things here before we actually get into the

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chapter. Number one is that in the hereafter

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Allah Subhana which

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takes his service to account

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and that is a we just reached about a

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Whoever is held to that account in a manner where he has to debate, when he has to go back and forth about his account and he is going to be, he's going to face punishment.

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That's one fact about the URL.

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The other fact that we have to recognize is that there are some people who love to eat. That is the people of the people who have singled out a loss of habitat and worship submitted to him. Some of them

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will be punished.

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Some of them will be funny.

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It is important for us to know that so that we can strive to be from the highest level to people who excel the same way we learn about more about selection that we can excel in our salon.

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When we go to make Oprah, we want to learn all about Oprah so that we can do the best not just idioma I just so that we can say it's valid, no, we want our open that is accepted by loss of habitat and that we get all the reward for that the profit somebody was upset about for what

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his explanation for the sins that were committed in between and we want that kind of, we want that owner that we strive for.

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So here's the same thing, when it comes to telephony when it comes to

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where people are on.

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service we have given them to

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the Jews and the Christians.

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The Muslims

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megaboom da de Molina from amongst them from amongst the Muslims. Here are those who oppress themselves

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and those who do injustice to themselves from themselves.

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My main topic

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They do things that Allah subhana wa Dinah has prohibited them from doing, this person is involving himself

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he's a Muslim,

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but this person has not itself in his toe he loves to eat Okay, he has not excelled until

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then there are those who are on a balanced path, what does that mean to be on a balance that that means that they do everything that is obligated to find them and they stay away from the major things

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strive and they go beyond and they do some of the things that almost feel

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that he is pleased with known as a bet those things that are desirable, though they may not be an obligation.

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So when it comes to excelling, in

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real time, what does it mean to actualize to fulfill those requirements up so

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it means that a Muslim purifies his beliefs is safe,

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purchase an item, or frustrates to a to a statue or

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any other item.

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But when we talk about avoiding,

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we talked about avoiding, we're not just talking about that major form of shift that a person may seek.

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We're also talking about that which creeps in the heart, which causes one to look to other than

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to rely upon other than a loss of habitat to love. Other than a loss of habitat in a manner that should only be called

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Innovation in the religion

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and some of that innovation may also not just take away from your perfection of Sony, are you selling it to me, it may even take one outside of the fold of Islam, depending on the severity of the innovation.

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The third thing

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that we have to avoid

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in order to excel and to eat and to get the reward that allows him to talk about here,

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which is what if you excel it to eat, you will enter Paradise without.

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And the third thing that we avoid

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is that which shows a deficiency

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in our love for a loss of habitat.

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It shows a deficiency in our love for Allah, because we put the love of our desire

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over the love of love geotab

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and that is the category of sin in general.

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The category of sick in general, Now does that mean this is important, because sometimes terminology can get confused.

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scribes he would tell

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the people

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and as a reminder,

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the month of Ramadan fasting this month or last meal data prescribing so that we attain what we attain.

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Not so that we get hungry and thirsty, so that we attain

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that and then the bride explains, or he clarifies that the people of chocolate might commit sin.

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Talking about the foot jockey lost pounds, it says Valentina is at five, in fact, he said, Oh,

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Ma,

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omega

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well then

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yes,

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must do dialysis. And those talking about the maciejewski describing them

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in those who when they know and then I've seen x, they do something that is shame. They can administrate.

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They keep doing the same. No, that goes a lot. They remember a lot, what may have been in the law and who isn't besides allow them to give sense.

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So the monkey doesn't turn to anyone besides a loss of mental attachment to forgive his sins.

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If that city's committed,

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involves the rights of a believer that he has that belief in a part of him and excuse him, but also

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And he knows that his forgiveness

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doesn't turn to the creation of them. But many of

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them, you see

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if they persist in that wrong that they would do it.

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Knowing

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and will love. This is why it is so important for a believer who wants to give up when was the last time.

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So really take account of himself. If there's a sin, you have to love that you do persistently whether that sentence would be a song, or that sentence with your ears, or that sentence with your eyes, or that sinners with one of your limbs, that you really take account of yourself. And you say, you know what, this is the time that a lot of people have died has turned to me, why am I turning away from the last minute to get badly paid up, Phil? Oh, you should turn to turn to that good strive for this. Please also sense that you're committing this in Providence.

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cannibalize yourself, let's just leave it off in the month of Ramadan, and laugh and truthful, and you're sincere. And you're Toba and you're turning to a loss of a level of pleasure to continuing that even after the month of Ramadan. So you have to look at what is it? What is the underlying cause of that sin.

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The person is committing a sin by looking at things that he shouldn't be looking at there, maybe he needs to get rid of the vehicle by which he is looking at the

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extreme.

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It is something that is

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taking you away from a loss of Nutanix. And I think it's not a good thing.

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You need to rate yourself up.

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because your life is going to be better when you turn to a loss.

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And whatever that thing is, is taking you away from a loss kind of data. It's not good, and it's not bringing you good. And even if this is temporary enjoyment that you get out of it.

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You know it yourself

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that there's a lot of remorse and a lot of regret that you live with because

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whereas the difficulty that you face in the bedroom

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is a temporary difficulty for what you taste the sweetness up for a very long time.

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Have any of you may have for anybody who

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has has a degree of difficulty.

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Not just because you had to save money to build a house. But the walking the climb in the crowd is a difficulty that comes with time.

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before anybody was fade heights, they know that immediately after hatches over Subhanallah they there's a great feeling that over time, seven days they forget the difficulty that they went through. And even 10 years later, they remember how beautiful hatch was,

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what a great time that they had and the closeness that they felt to Alaska and they forget about the difficulty.

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So

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to refrain from sick, especially as we talk about this month of Ramadan, this is a beautiful time for a person to try to become a most of the people who excel until he died.

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All right. So basically

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just a quick overview, this chapter that we're going to cover which is

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well enter Paradise without any preset without being taken into account without any punishment. But let's go on to it

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is a very long heading.

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And so we want to start with the Swags and the heavy Sharman that will be done this chapter

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allow Iran

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to allow and serve in the true faith. And he was not after Washington.

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So this first time a lot of data says enabled I cannot tell you my take on it telling now you honey but he was so young for me that was the key. People are eating what's up mama I'll explain that in a minute. So he says a lot stands out it says and he brought he was a

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devout the obedient to Allah.

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He was

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I mean without also tonight I am so we have oh my god right

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he was a whole month he was about the obedient to Allah he was hiding while then jacobina

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did you talk about no questioning?

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Did you talk about Excel and you told me

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absolutely you're talking about Excel utility, but because

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those who excelled until he the most for whom

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the profits of a lot the messages of Allah and he

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was the first of all of us

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and he was from amongst

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you know also the

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the messages of firm determination is is normally trying to the best of all

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And so, as you

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know, naturally the human being looks for a robot

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that's that,

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that as human beings, we look to those who we believe are our

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models that we can copy them and emulate them

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okay. So Allah subhana wa tada here

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gave us four qualities of the mind is selected, so that

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he that

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he was known as the man of the one effect, which is the plural of any and what this heading me

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and he means

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Allah, a modern MNC when I was having

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a look with Alibaba

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mocksville needs to turn to something.

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So when we say milawa Emmys, then you turn to Allah. Like

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wish

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there was another Malaysian, I shall fight.

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I want you to turn to its use.

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When he turns this way, what does he have to do? He turns his back on everything else.

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So when a person turns to Allah subhana wa Tada. He shuns that which is worship besides a license. And this is

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the head he was the one who turns to love. So another word, he is not looking right. His focus is one. And that's the pleasure of a loss of habitat.

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And because he's turned to Allah, he's not focused on anything else. He's not worried about pleasing anyone else in this we talked about yesterday, from the virtues of Tony, is that it makes a person's heart focused. He's not worried about pleasing other people hoping in them fearing them.

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Searching for the embrace.

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He's free from the bondage that other people have to the creation and his sole focus in life is the pleasure of Allah. So that is a honey.

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Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam was known as the man of the Buddha

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and allies will jump to alpha securities so likely

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to follow them they love

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that that the religion the way that they select, like so described by E and this verse with four qualities and we want to be amongst the people who excel it told me that we need to also embody these four qualities The first is that he was a homebody

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person me

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sorry.

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Okay, so oma does mean community but it doesn't mean that here is the Brian oma has four different meanings going to still want to hear. So yes, it does mean community

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But oh my here means a couldn't work,

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a role model, someone who strives to teach that which is good

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and good and teaching them.

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And so 1002, we also strive to do good at teaching.

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That's an important part of the building, not just that you do good with it, you also try to teach with one job title, match it against the next

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animal cup, you are the best thing that has been brought forward for mankind command to do that.

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Right.

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Like, so that is the first wild that he brought, he was it was in Omaha.

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Like, the second content, the left, on the left, that is he was the bounce, it is worship of Allah.

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And that is another quality. So we look back at the three types of Muslims that we talked about the one who oppresses himself, the one who is on a middle path. And those who are foremost, just knowing that this is this is what we want to meet this is accelerate utility that a person has developed in his obedience to lock him down. So he doesn't leave off the bed. He doesn't leave off the worship of philosophy

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that he is honey.

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Money 1011. Honey,

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what did we just say honey, when one who does what hurts your lungs, such that a lot of the pleasure of a lover comes in. And he turns away from everything else. And that's the natural consequence of turning to Allah.

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You know, this, this is an interesting way I want you to find out.

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I told earlier, turn towards us. Right. So he turned this way,

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like this that necessitate that he turns away from everything else.

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for that? No, it doesn't necessitate that. Because usage is not unique. Maybe it's humanity, for example. So it turns to a user maintenance with this brother demo.

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But the reason why I turn into a last minute, which at this session takes turning away from everything else. 70 is nothing like a law kind of attack. So when you turn towards him, and your aim is to please a loss, you can retire that alone, if that necessitates by definition, that you turned away from everything else.

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Because there is only a lot and then history. So you turn towards him, you turn away from his creation, everything else that person besides. Like, I think it was the third,

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the fourth quality that he mentioned, but let me know what you're thinking.

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And he was not from amongst those associated partners with the loss of habitat, not in terms of his belief, not in terms of actions, not in terms of status, nor did he mix with,

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or associate with the those who did those acts, those who effects associated with artists with a loss of paradigm. In fact, a lot of the data mentioned

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we have a great example,

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a great model to follow.

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Why because he told those who worship other than Allah subhanaw taala in need. But he only told me

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I am free from you and that person besides other than Allah.

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So here, and this is actually this is actually the focal point of this app. Because in order to excel into E,

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then you have to shut and Oh, boy. Sure.

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And this is why. And we've mentioned on several occasions, that went into the actual towhees, which leads into one single alphabet linguistically. So he needs to single out something that so he'd have a lot of things that you single out a lot as we dealt with those qualities. But those are those things that are specific to him, his qualities and his right to be worship, specific to a loss if you single out a lot of those things and his actions.

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So in order for there to actually be a single for there to be a singling out. It has to be both affirmation and negation. And so what let y'all come in and listen to Katie was Heidi. So he turned to the law alone, and he was not amongst the polytheists.

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That's the negation. Mm

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hmm.

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So,

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the whole time I wouldn't you know be

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sitting around mess your money

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anyway okay. So, this this is sort of Filipino

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was number

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58 or 59 something like that 59

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sorted the movie no which is the 23rd champion the brand the 59 first starting from a couple verses before that a lot of data begins to phrase normally

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from a monster phrase that he mentions for them is that they could not have been shared with him she looks at bollettino home

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life so a lot of the data says another data home

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Valentina home, we if you will, so a lot of data says those who are

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who are fear Allah subhana wa, tada, who are, they take heed of the signs and have more data. And those are the two with the lowest and these are all rates for the characteristics for which allows fantastic, rewards them and praises them and it's just considered to be almost the worship of a loss of habitat.

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So, here the author is emphasizing this characteristic of avoiding and shunning should

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and I just I need to stop me this for a second and five because this is a theme throughout the

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era people today who will come and they will say give me a label if you're talking about all you know, we should focus on to heat and avoid shirts oh they late Oh, he said what happened he said he got me some kind of support surprised nobody's making stuff up this is not something that somebody pulled out in their pocket and they began to read this is the bulk of a loss of habitat.

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So label what you whatever you want to label these labels not acceptable to us. But a person can call you what they want at the end of the day this is the slip

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and this is Islam as revealed to the bride that allows

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him out the bride started with salty fatty causes to his worship alone. And this was followed by messenger on a celebrity center

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and that avoiding shift is also a part of your totally It is part of the perfection of your Tony you have to avoid worshipping other than Allah so again, this concept of worship are very important that we understand that worship is not just salaat not just fancy that it goes beyond that.

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And that when we talk about ship or associated partners with the last fantatic we're not just talking about things that you can see with your eyes

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but also that which drinks in the hearts

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and so the author is mentioning here this point

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but it's a little bit different than the first one because the first one that was a quality that he brought he

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and this guy on the left hand side is raising unbelievers in general because they avoid

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a shooter

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like so those are the two eyes now there's a very long history to English okay in English and I want to start at some of the points that

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are beneficial for prosthetic neck are saying even moderate to

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what they

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have the wrong man. He was from the Tabby right?

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Once when I was really sad when he told me he asked

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for a shooting star That's nice. Okay. So file files are heavy. Alright. It because it doesn't start off as a headache. It starts off as a as a beneficial gathering between sort of the tanvi

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it was a Tabby

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I won't go to negative 100 years ago

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20 years ago.

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Again, say a little louder.

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The ones the generation that came after this haha. Okay, excellent. So the generation that came after the Sahaba dos directly benefited, studied with the companions of the messenger they saw. They are called the Tabby tambien means to Bob so they are the general

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phrases that follow the campaign's like, so these two tabs running which together what is saying the buttons are met, and the other is saved, and then to be signed into bed, by the way, was from the closest, even our fastest students.

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And you know if it was the cousin of the Prophet, I hate to say them. The great companion to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam took that day and he brought him closer, he said, mama,

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why can't we all give him up the religion and teach him to tap me and he didn't teach him. He, he took care of the Koran.

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So this is sad to

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say that I'm sad, but you're

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not sad. But your bear says to him. He says to him, or they went, there was a, there was a gathering of the teddy bear. And he says, from a monster last night saw that shooting star or the falling star, anybody? So they should experiment?

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Is it actually a star? No, it's not a star. Why do you call it a shooting star? This because when those allow

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those particles, the dust particles that come once they hit the Earth's atmosphere that they

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they get burned. And so it looks like you know, it looks like fire in the sky. Right? The Meteor Meteor? So he says to them, which one of you saw that last night?

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I answered. I had seen it. Then explain. I was not at the prayer at the time. Okay. Okay. What I was not what I for prayer and the prayer.

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And the prayer that would give the indication that there was a there was like a chef. So so. So saying the map document says to him,

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he says I saw it. I didn't see that falling star or shooting star last night. But not because I was great.

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This is this is a very important subtle issue here. And I hope we are mentioned here because I hope to take it over. So

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it would be assumed.

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You know, let's just say somebody said to you.

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There was an accident at 415 in the morning, did you did you hear?

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Stick with me? You say?

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You said Yeah. Okay, let's just assume that stays around by the time.

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You say yes, I didn't hear the accident.

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Okay, it won't be assumed that you heard it.

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Because that that accident happened around the message. So we assumed that you weren't because you were headed to the mesh team for prayer selection.

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But you are actually on your way to work. And so in order to avoid someone assuming

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that you are more pious than you really are.

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Then you say, but it wasn't because I was headed to fudge.

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It was because I was going to work.

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Because the believer does not love to be praised. But that he doesn't do.

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A real believer does not want to be praised for that which he does. Not to mention that he does not.

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So for example, I give you another practical example.

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You may be praying behind the man.

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And the man makes a mistake in the salon. And you correct. And he was assaulted in neesha.

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So now the people in the message they say Mashallah, he's memorized.

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And you hear them praising you for this. And you know that you only memorized that one page that the man was beside?

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Because you heard somebody else who your father used to recite it all the time or whatever. So you memorize.

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But are you feel so good inside? People? Now they think I've memorized that I believe it doesn't do that. Because the believer is not looking for praise from people who could beat anybody.

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In the man who only watches left, we only reserved for the face of a boss and time secrets. That only to make intercession for that sort of, we don't want any reward from you. And we don't want any sense.

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Is that phrase a form of reward? Absolutely.

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And that is why these types of gatherings, the gatherings when the people have come together to study the both of us fantastic. One of the reports that the people who sit in these gatherings get is that Allah praises them to

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to those angles that are closest to

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Because people feel good when they are raised. And what about it a great ally to me who are waiting to be raised by law.

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Because we've got to study this book, I must get out and praises the people who sit in these guys.

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So praise is a form of reward. We don't want any reward from you. We don't want anything.

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So a person who is praised with that, which he did not do.

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Well, you need to develop your part.

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Excellent, though.

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And they want to be praised for that mistake hidden actually. So don't let them think that they're going to be

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free from punishment. But then they're going to be saved or punished. And so a believer does not once in the grace period, but definitely not praise for that. But she has that done. And so this is from pedaler. You see that that cultivation, and this is why it's so important for us to, you know, to have role models to read the stories, the biographies of our pious predecessors.

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Look at this catalog. He went out of his way to say,

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I didn't see it, but what but it wasn't because I was I was afraid.

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Why was he up?

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To say that because I've been stung by a scorpion because he was stung by a scorpion. And the pain from the state did not allow him to sneak so he just was up. He was up all night.

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He said, What did you do then? So

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he says, oh, he says to Hussein, okay, you got stung by the scorpion. What did you do?

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I replied, I used Rukia. To cute Hussein. He says, If

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I perform what year on myself,

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I Rokia or myself and luckier means that a person reads some portion of the grind, or some supplications that have been legislated by the messenger of a lion, a selection of Sudan

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or some other form of glass that a person makes for himself, oftentimes, placing his hand on the place where he feels pain.

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So he says, I hope

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it wasn't was no emergency room, you go. So you get a you get a shot to ward off the venom? No, it's not that.

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He said, what propelled you to do that. I said, You know what, that's it. That's it. That's also a nice question from scientific debate. He said,

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what was it that that pushed you to do that? Yes, he said, I said,

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I heard from a sharpie. Uh huh. So we say, the look and look at this as well. He said, I think it's because of it. Because I heard it from our messenger is alive today. In other words, a believer tries to everything that the believer does, he tries to look for evidence

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to do whatever

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you like some of the Southern pieces say he does the fact that

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if you can not even scratch your head, except that you have some narration for doing so then do so.

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Try to find the narration for everything that you do you want to be fine. And you want to be a time that that leads you to the way that the Prophet is saying the

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sharpener rate replied to reporting from Laredo to see who said that Indian rookie is not allowed except for the treatment of the pain or the voice of the state. Now

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I don't like that translation not allowed.

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That's, that's assuming some level right? Like, in any event, so here.

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Jose says I heard this heavy from the shabby the shabby was also a Tabby died in the year one award after they

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said they hear from the campaign of the message ID select who said that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says that there is no Rukia except for

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that which relates to behind the UI and and poisonous bites.

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So the problem is like something is not necessarily saying here that it's not allowed

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There's a, a number of

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possibilities of the speech that's been omitted. But we'll leave it as that, like. So in other words, he heard this howdy this a is permissible for you to do

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if you have been

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if you have been stung by a poisonous something that is poisonous, poisonous insects,

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not only is it permissible, but beneficial, that it is beneficial in this case.

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He said

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he has been struggling on what he has heard and that sounds so they disappear says here, the one who stops at what he has heard

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meetings and he implements the knowledge that he has.

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And he has done what

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he's going to go on to say, but I've heard of different ideas about Nokia, I want you to listen to this is what he's going to tell. This is what he's going to tell.

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We're saying.

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All right. That's another important point. He says the one who implements what he knows has done well, why is that?

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Okay, I'm gonna I'm gonna bring it a little closer.

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When does that have to do with sudo to match?

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The one who implements what he knows, has done? Well,

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you recite sort of the fat hat these days for the 17th.

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So what does that have to do with certain facts?

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Every day is similar to facts. If you make that a love make you from a monster people will implement what they know. Don't you do that every time?

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Because you say, Idina, I'll see lots of cool stuff, he'll guide you to the straight path that Allah explains for us what is the straight path

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by explaining for us the opposite.

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And so we say I even love who we who are the monk who we are ladies, and for the ones who have heard the laws of anger, they're the ones who know, they do not implement there. Now.

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That is why they learned the laws, because they know,

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but they don't implement what they know. And so in other words, it's like a turning away from the obedience of Allah. So they heard as

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well as Gandhi.

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Who is the one who is a stray, he's the one who's doing stuff, he's doing deeds, but those deeds are not based on knowledge.

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And not based on that. So they are Australian.

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So every time you recite suited to the fact that you're asking Allah to mesh with 1000s of machines to act according to that knowledge, yes. And so that's why I say you better buy him Oh, Tata said,

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He who has implemented the knowledge that he has done what he's done what he says, but I've heard it differently.

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However, given a vast array of choices, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said,

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all of the nations were made to pass before and I saw the profit of a small group

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and a profit with two or three people and a profit. Okay, so the premises so the province of live in southern told this hydro set, this heavy, bass is narrow. And we said say even the bed is from the, from the greatest students of NFS, most special students do well on the capacity that the prophet SAW, Selim said that I was made to see all of the NATO allies or whatever, show him all of the nations that he saw practice.

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Some of them with, you know, 40, some odd followers, some of them with 10, some of them

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and not anybody was with the breath.

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Now,

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there's an important side point here, not necessarily directly related to our study, but important nonetheless. And that is Muslim. Do not be fooled by numbers.

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Do not to be fooled by numbers and to not make your objective D numbers.

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Okay, this is a, this has becoming fitna for some people.

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This has become a fitna for certain blacks.

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Why? Because they want to cater to the people.

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So they avoid talking about certain subjects. Oh, because people don't they don't really want to hear that.

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last panel here they don't want to hear it is your obligation if your politics are allowed to convey the religion of Allah.

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And that just conveyed what people want to hear.

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Now, that doesn't mean that you say any Oh

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kinda way I profit out in silicon Savannah, was instructed by loss of habitat, and we have them and we are also instructed by them locally that he actually sent to my server to say that which is better matches that which is good to say that which is best.

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And a lot of the Dell says is specifically related to Dallas. Does that mean you don't need anyone

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to

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request them. So it doesn't mean you just go out and say anything. But it also means that your job is one of the cause to a loss of talent and all the people live within amongst the non Muslims? Do you have a duty to call

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according to your ability? Does it mean you go out and you know, we've talked about things you don't have knowledge of, but if you have knowledge of the basics of towhee, which every Muslim should, it does,

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and that is what is obligatory.

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And so it can't be based off what people want to hear, it has to be based off.

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That is the need.

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And people don't always want to hear that this evening.

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So,

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the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, our Prophet said that there will be a prophet on the Day of Judgment.

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Who was perfect in his call, because he is a messenger from a loss of habitat. But he won't have any power.

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In the

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main aspects, your own guide, that is, you can guide the hearts

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doesn't mean you can't explain to them things but you don't have the hearts of those who you love. For that good ally, MD. Manisha is a lovable guy, he will. So we can't you should not be fooled by numbers, you shouldn't look at somebody who has a whole lot of followers and you say he must be He must be a you know, somebody who's falling to the truth because of all these files.

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If that was the case, you can see some evangelical Christians who have 50,000 people attend a church every every every Sunday doesn't mean that that is correct. Doesn't mean that it's right.

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All right. So numbers are not the criteria. And that's the point that strikes me.

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Then, yeah, we get a large group of people, which I thought was my own. While I was told CNN, the

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huge group of people.

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And he thought that it was his phone, but but it was,

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but I was told that was the that was a farmer samosa? No, no, that's, that's

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later a larger group of beer. But then there was a large, even larger, and I was told that those are my people. And the Prophet, I didn't select the celeb, was informed that that large group, the largest of all those groups, were his father's or they slept

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among them, or 70,000 people for the kingdom paradise without reckoning or punishment. Ah, so now we go back to what we started with at the beginning of our chat. Amongst them, that is the followers of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu, it was said that there will be 70,000

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that's a paradise. Without

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reckoning,

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there won't be anything sad. Without reckoning and without punishment, they will enter Paradise.

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Like, Now, before we go any further, what's the natural next question that we have? As believers?

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Who are they? How can I can can I be? Is it even possible for me to become a monster? Or Who are they? What are they? Not?

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The prophet SAW love when he was sending them to his house, oh, some kind of law. Does that mean that he does over the promise I sent him got up, he didn't explain who they were, he got up and he went into his house.

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But again, you can just imagine if you were there, sitting with our message on a satellite. And he informs the believers of this, that the natural question that they have is Who are they? And so what happened? What did the companions do? So the people went into the discussion of people meaning the companions because everyone around the Prophet is alive.

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So people started to discuss who these people maybe some said, perhaps they're the companions of the messenger. So now they brought out the theory.

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Right? They trying to figure out okay, why is it perhaps they are the

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companions that the pain Oh, wait a minute, wait a minute.

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Just make sure you're paying attention.

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If we say that they are the campaigns

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right. They're the ones around the profits alliance of practice.

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Why would they say perhaps they are the companion? Why would they say perhaps we are them?

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Because they didn't want to put preys on them. So they wouldn't they didn't want to appraise themselves.

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But no,

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not here. All right, I'll take you to another hydrogen. And then we'll come back to this.

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Have you all heard this hadith where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, led to us having to not install my container?

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Not in salt my containers everywhere. Because if one of you was to spend the Mount Hood, so Pamela, and if you look out the back door here, you can see here, you want to spend that amount of weight in thought it wouldn't be like

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the mother, or even a hat like this just to handle it would be like

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the promise of I sent him when he said that, who was he talking to?

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He was talking to calling individually while the alarm

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that said something that was insulting about that guy, an argument, and so he assaulted.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to me that anybody Don't insult my companions, cognitive and unbelief was a companion.

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But what did he accept this man?

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He accepted except for the same later after so.

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And I thought, What's wrong amongst the mahadji de use of the early conventions? And so when the companions say perhaps they are the companions of the message is life center here not talking about? Everybody did talking about those who are closer to the promise of lightning?

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Some of them said, others among them said, maybe they belong to those who are morning star, therefore, have never been shooting with the light anyway. Ah, so maybe this is another theory that they throw it out there. Maybe they're the children of the companions.

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Maybe they the children, because why? Because they would be raised in this lamp and have never committed shirts for the last general tab. So notice that they even realize the value of avoiding cert.

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And staying away from that.

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Once they were discussing like this, the prophet ceremony was suddenly out of his house. So now approximately sort of came back out as they were going through their different theories, speculation that was in the news. So the prophecy some of they told him, look what everybody's talking about what you said earlier, you said that there's going to be 70,000 from this

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goals agenda without any records and without any furniture.

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There are those people who cannot treat themselves.

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That transaction not right.

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Yes.

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Yeah. Those people that do not seek Okay, yes.

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So, let's just look at this. I'll just say it again, and then I'll explain the first he's approximately seven say they are those who they are those who what they could not see. Rookie, Daddy, that is they don't go to other people seeking from that person or those other people to perform Rukia on them.

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Yes, nor do they believe in any arguments.

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Nor do they get themselves and plagiarize. But Brandon's Okay, nor do they count arised themselves.

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Okay, you know what that is, like branding? That's up.

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A lot of times it's used, but Well, I'll give you a little bit more detail about it. A lot of times, it's used to seal a hole. So if a person has an open door, right, and it's

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tiny before they they use stitches and those types of things, they will use a brand new tire to do what causes the skin to congeal, I guess you could say, right, which which stops the bleeding. I'm not a doctor. So forgive my terminology.

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And they Okay, so let's not go well, if

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they don't seek Rokia from us, they don't use this method of categorizing

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They don't go over the moment, right?

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But they put a trust in Allah.

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Upon that, and they put their trust in a lot a lot of

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the time is that today, we're gonna finish this part of the heavy tomorrow shallow data to go in a bit more detail because there are some details that are needed. And we need to talk about what does it mean to have true to uphold the trust upon a loss of data, according to the head on the lower animals among so

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many questions

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and structures? Just a question.

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And it's silly.

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Like the

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type

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of the law, for those

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for those who need medical treatment,

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while they are fast,

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then that treatment is of various types. If it is it is a type of medicine that you have to swallow,

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then it breaks defense.

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Even if it's not something that is

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nutritious, and still breaks too fast, you'd have to swap however injection

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in general, there are two types of

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injections that are they what are known as the left the end, right? That is that they are nutrient based. So for example, a person can take an IV, and they can live on that IV for a month.

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And then the majority of the scholars say that that brings your best because it takes the ruling of human nature, even though you haven't

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taken it even though you haven't swap that even though you have taken it to the normal means it is still food and drinks or it takes the ruling and food and drink and therefore breaks the fence. But then all of the other types of medicines that a person would take that are not nutrient based, like diabetics who have used insulin, like a person who may have to get a shot of

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antibiotics or some type of painkiller or something like that. None of those great events none of them break this is

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so weird. So even even diabetics need to take their insulin shots during the month of Ramadan it doesn't bring

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about it

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like a like

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blood transfusions, get blood transfusions break the fast

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what actions

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by a sun sun the condition of deposit solar

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Okay, okay. I understand the question okay. So, the question is

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the question is what actions can a child to some benefit their deceased parents

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okay to benefit their deceased parents

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interestingly enough,

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either today or yesterday read a factual chicoutimi ally of humble said that

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that you made for your father in Ramadan is better than slaughtering 10 sheep one is bad.

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And the reason why is because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said

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it if the if a person dies

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then all of his needs stopped.

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Except the three Southern Mattoon j right a continual professional charity

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and that and that is generally in the form of a walk

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down in general

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he said what is what is

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beneficial? Not so if you teach someone who like it's fine you should be in this sense. You should be doing your best especially in the month of Ramadan to teach somebody something just teach them something teach them what do I

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teach a new Masada make will do it. I was saved No.

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there's a there's a famous day

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and it's kind of like he had a lot of knowledge

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and and because he had a lot of knowledge

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The the principal of the school that he worked in,

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wanted to take him and put him in high school.

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He always taught first grade.

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Always,

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always talk first.

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So what they said and the principle

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that he gave his schedule for the year, and he put him in the higher levels. And he said, What is your take me away from the first graders he said

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to me, You got one out of everybody in the school, you should be teaching the the students that are you no more advanced? And he says, Why would you take away from

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my ability? Why would you take away from me the gift of being the first one to teach these children how to make will be the first one to teach these children how to make select to be the first one to teach these children to eat, so that the rest of the life, the rest of their lives, they're making them do I'm getting the reward for that the rest of their lives, they're making so much

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knowledge that people benefit.

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So we shouldn't, we shouldn't belittle any of the knowledge that loss of data has blessed us with the past at all. But the last thing we'll know is the problem sorry, some sense conveyed for me, even if it's just one item

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we have to strive for. And then the last thing, the problems my son mentioned is heavy, was one that we saw earlier on

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a practice

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that makes to Africa.

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This is from the benefits that a person gets even activity is dead from his own deeds, his child is from him.

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And so from the best things that we can do for our parents is making you do it.

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As much as possible, every time you make life, you something that's

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dangerous, to be dutiful to your parents. And even if your parents are still alive, and they're not Muslim, making new app frequently that allows me to dive into the state this is being tagged.

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So that a person describes it. But in general, in general, anything that a person does, their parent is going to get some of the reward for that. And from the specific needs that have been mentioned, height and drama, in southern law, any given given charity on behalf of one's deceased parents through all of that they will get the reward for being the light that

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they shave.

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regard to effect to the brain about a sense of respect. Let's say that they will make you any man among the nations.

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If this is in fact, the first person which was given this type of email.

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You know, I never thought about it like that. But in terms of automatic,

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automatic terms, he was the first one that was called and he mentioned in the chat, you'll get a nasty email.

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I'm going to make you while I'm making you a man of the people even though we know that there were profits for him is that the term he man was used for them. I'm not. I'm not familiar.

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Yes.

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Well, oh, yeah, you're learning I'm I know who we are. We're moving

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on this idea.

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How about Muslim Jews to avoid a non Muslim to be a leader? Because they see Muslim option but no return? So how can you say that a Muslim said that the non Muslim is better? Yeah.

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Yeah. What are Kedah? No, I understand that I understand what I'm trying to understand the question, but the question is what there are some Muslims who did work with me, but I'll choose a non Muslim to be the leader of

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Muslims there the right to truth regardless of the question. The question that asks,

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Is some Muslims that shouldn't even vote for non Muslims.

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Right.

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I love that data. As the question I mentioned, no crime has prohibited us from taking Jews and Christians as only yet and that doesn't, you know, a lot of times, that's translated as, as friends.

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But someone who was a colleague is different than someone who is a friend. And so there is no prohibition.

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There's no prohibition, especially as it relates to this particular item, in terms of having a job or

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Christian as a friend and assistant, we use the word of English at least. And if this is somebody that you speak to,

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you know, somebody that you may give a gift to, we know that from amongst the campaign's of the message of a lot, so like to say, and promote the tambourine as well. Some of them had Jewish neighbors when they were slaughtered, they would give to their neighbor upholding the rights of the neighbors, even though the neighbors were not Muslim. So in terms of dealing with people,

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you know, fair, dealing with them kindly that this is something that is wrong, Islam, even if those people are not Muslims, and then they have more rights upon us, and they happen to be your parents or your relatives and so on. So, like, of what me is something different. This is somebody you take as a protector, somebody, that there's a degree of trust that you put in that person

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that that is to walk them? No, I mean, I'm using a different word for it and trust that you have some type of Alliance or allegiance, okay to to this person. So when it comes to the issue of does this now mean that as Muslims,

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if you vote for a non Muslim, to come into office, if you have now taken that person as a bully, this issue has to be unpacked. Okay, another word, what is the ruling of voting in the first place? And in a democratic society? The second issue is, why is this person who chose to vote voting? Are they voting for the non Muslim because they see them to be the lesser of two evils? Or what is the reason behind them voting. So it doesn't necessarily come under this particular act? As a matter of fact, in most cases, I would think that it does not that a person that he puts the most way not to come into office

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does not come under this act, but that's going to vary from society to society. For example, I think that you're from Indonesia. Right?

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Okay. So we're talking about a Muslim majority country, right? Who's the person running against them, which is going to be a different answer from somebody who's from Europe or America and so forth, so that that would have to be dealt with. On the side below. Are some bottles of water going to be the promise of medical outcomes?