Ramadan 2018 – 06 – Tawakkul

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JOHN Medina

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will do better on my

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team and my bag. yesterday after class, a brother asked about making oma repetitive. That is he wants to make an offer for his father to make an offer for his grandmother.

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And he asked, What's the ruling on that? And can a person make their own law more than one time while they're residing in Mexico? Or do they have to go out to the car to perform the second home row, the total third?

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And that conversation was in Arabic? There were few brothers around and they said, Can you repeat that in English, but because of the length of the discussion,

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I told them that we would start today's class and shallow data with this particular issue, because a lot of people ask about doing repetitive and we're doing that ternary. Professor action, what is the ruling on that? Yeah. So

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first thing is

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that a person who wants to make an offer on someone else's behalf has to fulfill certain conditions. The first is that they have made armor for themselves. And if you have not made an offer for yourself in your lifetime, that you cannot perform a number on behalf of someone else. That's number one. Second is that the person on whose behalf you are performing their own work has to be as is that means that they themselves do not have the ability to make oma. So perhaps it is because they are deceased, and they obviously cannot be homeless, or they cannot have the physical ability, they reached an age in which they it's very difficult for them to travel, for example. The The third type

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is the one who does not have the may have the physical ability, but does not have the financial ability to make a home loan for themselves. Nor do they expect to have that ability. So this person can make an offer on on their behalf.

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How is that done? That's done by Atomy products. When the person is first beginning his homework,

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that is when he's first going into the state of Iran says loving the lava.

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That's normal. That's what a person would normally say. Or they are going to perform for themselves. They say love big Allahumma.

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Alright, so which means a lot of extra service performing amo.

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If they're performing it on behalf of someone else, then they say live bacolod, Omar, and so and so. And so they're going to say a lot performing this Roma mentioned service performing this aroma for such and such a person. Okay? What if the person does not say that? What if they just say gonna make a law, or they don't say anything, but their extension is that they're performing on behalf of someone else. But they will say anything still counts, even if they don't say anything. Because our profit is a lot

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better than yet. Our actions are based on intention, your intention, the time you got to the box was to go into Iraq and perform over on behalf of this particular individual. You do not have to say anything, that statement is a ticket. It is a remembrance of Allah subhana wa Tada. And it is not necessary in the sense that it is wet, or it is a condition for the validity of your squat. All right. So as long as you have the intention, then don't opera is for the person for whom you are performing it for all right. Now, the next question that a lot of people have is about the reward for that. Do I get the reward from?

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And I'll ask you a question.

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If you get paid at the end of the month

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5000 Rios 10,000 All right. And you say, at the end of the month, my salary is for my father, for example.

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Can you give it to him?

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So you get the 5000 rialzo does he get it?

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He gets so you give the reward of your own to someone else that is for them. You don't get the reward also of making

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that before it is the primary thing that I've

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mentioned,

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narrated by the yellow triangle. Then, from one over to the next is a CAPTCHA document

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is a, an expiation for the sins that were committed in between those two numbers. So you may want to refer yourself last year, and then you came back this year to make an omen for your father who's deceased, you don't get the reward that is mentioned in that have you because you've given the reward of Roma, to your father.

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Does that mean you don't get any reward? No, it doesn't mean that, you're going to get the reward for what you've spent to make Dharma, you're going to get the reward for the time that you spent to me that you're going to get the reward for all of the glad that you're making. When you are suffering. And going around the cabin, you want to get the reward for all of those things that is a reward that is beyond the reward of aroma itself.

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All right. So that's an important point to understand. Now,

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after a person has performed,

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and they cut their hair, this is where it gets tricky for a lot of people because now they're asking, Well, can I just go to mesh

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right, which is right outside because you have the hottest area not too hot on this dimension, but the hottest area

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and then right outside of the hot tub area is what is known as as Hill. So you have this area which is sacred, and then the area right outside which is not considered to be sacred. That is where at 10 demons and that mission is called question I should not be alone. Because that is approximately the place where she went after heights when she had not made oma

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prior to highs because her period was on the private islands select us today and allow her after the hatch to go out to that place called at 10am.

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And from there, because that's the closest place outside of the pot of sanctuary. And so she went there, she made a promise she came back into me

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my brother.

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Okay, so here we have a an invocation of the permissibility of one who was inside of the farm area to go outside and then come back in within one and make your own. However, this was not a common practice, amongst the companions of the message of a lot a

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lot on the low

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end because it wasn't their common practice. Some of the latter scholars, I want you to understand this point, because you're gonna hear this you're gonna hear people say you can't do that it's

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some of the latter scholars have said that it is better. It's an innovation to go outside of the product area to measure intensity, and to come back in as a weapon.

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And

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without going into a lot of detail.

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The reality is is that there weren't scholars prior to the seventh century that labeled that practices innovation. There was some scholars said that it was special in the sense that it's disliked.

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But even though

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he mentioned in one of his books

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II that is concerned the scholars that it is that it is sanctioned

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in Islam

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that one can't do it

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even that is probably going a step beyond reality in terms of it actually actually being consensus amongst disguises, however, it was done at least during the time of the tabie if you don't want to be alone China Andrew mentioned it as it comes on Sunday.

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When he was asked about that, he said I don't like it myself. He says but it but people do it for me it is more beloved to make an omelet and

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more beloved to make it online and he was talking about those people who make highs

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and then they make repetitive

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So the reality is is that this action was done. However, it wasn't commonplace amongst the the campaigns and a lot of time it was best but the reason why if we look at it what is the American system to offer them what so often say which one is better to offer say

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which one is a better activity but

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so often is the better activity bet all right, and that's why signing is never performed independent.

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You can't just go I'm just gonna gonna make me I'm gonna make sack you can just sort of academic to walk. But you can't just make sense. I can only come after a talk.

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So often is the better actor

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in the companions

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If they were in Mecca will make a lot of swap,

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not a lot of almost one oma and a lot of to walk. So this is actually better for a person to make one aroma and a lot of talks and to make their own money to go out and then come back with another online, they go out, make another. So if the issue is you're looking for what is better for you to do, and what is best for you to do is to make one on one, and then maybe a number of talks. However, if a person does not have the ability,

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and they want to make a lot, we have a spot, for example. And then from afar from a distant land, this is their only opportunity that they can see within the, you know, within the future that they want to have the opportunity to come to me.

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They don't expect to be able to make it back then in that case, and then we need to keep it restricted to those types of incidents, it is permissible for a person to go outside to measure admission in outside of the sanctuary bucket and to come back in and make oma on behalf of their deceased relatives.

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That was the gist of the discussion that was held yesterday as it relates to making ombre on behalf of someone else and almost kind of what Santa knows best. We're going to continue with the chapter that we started yesterday, which is Manhattan aka. So he does gender rewriting is

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the one who excels until he.

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We talked a little bit about that yesterday, what does that mean? That someone excels until he that they think he have a towhee which is a forecast not the same? Because the reward for that person is that they enter Paradise without any reckoning. That is they're not taking into account. There's no back and forth in question. And without any of that, that is they go straight to paradise, not as some of the Muslims who will be purified in hell before they get the opportunity to enter Paradise. We talked yesterday about that. And we said to me, Muslims are the three different categories as much as in the Quran. Allah subhanaw taala he says the mala javelina stuffing, how many guys in

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Africa nobody would enough see him.

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So a lot fantana has mentioned that the categories of this room, that is the people who have accepted the prime, and those who have a loss of habitat as chosen and given the variety, that there are three categories, the first are thought of enough see me those who oppress themselves who are there.

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Who are there? Yes.

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Okay, so there are those who do one of two things, either they leave off that which is obligated, or they do things that are less pay, which either has prohibited

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which one is worse, by the way? Which one which which category of sins

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is worse? The category of leaving off an obligation or the category of doing something that is prohibited? Which category is worth doing that which is prohibited? Right?

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Now you say leaving off the obligations, okay?

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The correct answer is that the category of leaving off obligations is worse.

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And there's a lot of proof for that. And many of the scholars mentioned the story of Adam and Eve selected Sinead and Shay fine.

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Adam did what he did for the last hour for him, and he ate from the tree and lost revenue from eating.

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And then he turns around and repentance in his returns, this was accepted by us.

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So he did something that was branded. As for the shade line, he left off for the lies.

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A lot told him to frustrate me

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because of arrogance, and a lot of times this is the case that people leave off that which is obligated to find them out of area. And they don't feel like they have to do this. And why should I have to do this one that even though they know that it is their Creator, which either who is obligated to the site. The second category of Muslims are

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those who are traveling a bit of course, they have balance

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and who are they they are those who do what Allah has commanded they fulfill their obligations.

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And they avoid the prohibitions, especially the debate the major cities.

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So these people are

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from the people of towhee. And they have also, they are also to be considered of those who excel in here to me, but they're not from the next level, which is a savvy quarter, they'll tell you like

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they are the ones who are the foremost thing Excel, they strive in pleasing a loss of habitat. And so not only do they fulfill the obligations and leave off the prohibitions, but they add on to that they do more than just their obligations, they do things from the mister head back.

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And they avoid not only the prohibition, but the things that lead to the prohibitions, and they leave on things that are rude, as well.

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So these are the people who have excel in singling out a muscle tendon which add on

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in their worship. We also mentioned yesterday, and this is important to recap, before we get to today's lesson, that there are three, there's three things that stand in the way of you excelling into he

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tried to refer to them as I watched him, and add into something that stands in the pack. It's a hurdle that hinders you from getting to where you want to go. So you at the law, all of us want to be from the people who enter into paradise, without being questioned by most of our data without subjecting ourselves to that, he said, and we want to be the people who enter Paradise without being punished first.

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And so because of that, we need to know these three things so that we can avoid at all costs. The first thing he says is that which totally contradicts tau e, which is what the opposite.

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And we're going to talk about, by the way, tomorrow, and the day after Wednesday, and Thursday, there won't be any class. After today, class is going to resume on Friday.

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And on Friday, we're going to discuss in a lot of detail much more than we have discussed in the past. But as we mentioned, as we mentioned, should what your lack of time is translated as polytheism or idolatry does not just stop at the things that you see, oh, somebody's frustrated to a to a to an idol, or he's making to walk around a great shirt doesn't just stop there. Shirt includes those things that creep into your heart and turn you away from a loss

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that cause you to love something more than you love a loss of habitat, or to fear something more than you fear of loss of habitat, to put your trust in other than a loss of habitat. And some of these may have reached a level of being major shift that is gonna take you outside of the fold of Islam. And a lot of it is minor shift, which means that it is a warm up. It is a form of idolatry, but it does not take you outside of the fold of Islam. So, a person wants to be from those who excel it so he The first thing is that he has to avoid shift in his beliefs in his statements and his actions at all costs all forms.

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The second is that he avoids that which contradicts his compliance with the following of the Prophet Muhammad it is Salatu was Salam. So it contradicts emulation and we said that that is what

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innovation.

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So any form of innovation is going to take away from one's completion of tau e. Why? Because in order to be a true worshipper of Allah subhana wa Tada. You have to worship him the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam legislated.

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If you make up your own way to worship Allah, then this is not considered to be totally because you haven't single out the profit idea selected the same as the messenger as the one who has conveyed that message them to me. Like the last thing that has to be avoided if this doesn't negate

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or totally negate wants to eat, but it does diminish wants to

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and that is the category.

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That contradiction, complete love for lost parents. And it shows that you love your desires. That category is what

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the category of six sins in general I have the sense that the scholars mission is to

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Have you since indicated that you

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that you have a deficiency in your love for loss?

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How is that, because if you truly love the last panel,

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and you put the love of what he loves over what you love, then you're not going to fall into whatever sin it is that you're committed, you're not going to put your desires over the love of Allah.

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And that doesn't mean that people won't commit sins, and a lot of people can make sense. And don't even realize that they've done it. And so it's

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there's a difference between someone who knows that they are sinning

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and one who commit sins.

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And he unwittingly, they look back on and then a sixth kind of love. That wasn't something I should have said. But that wasn't something I should have done, that's displeasing to Allah. They seek His forgiveness,

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visit difference between that kind of person in the person who has a premeditated sin. They planned it out, they know what they're going to do that one is the one that has it takes a deficiency or shows some deficiency in one's love.

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We moved on we covered the first time that the author brings to talk about the excelling until he and that was the I am where he says

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in April, I email Canada on my channel, on YouTube live in Canada. What am Amina mushy, Ebrahim was an oma? And what do we say boom moment?

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Yes, he was in command at the front. He was a he was a profile. He was in Oman, on the left, that is he was at the forefront of doing good.

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And he was devout in his version of Allah and he was happy. And what is honey,

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who was someone who was happy?

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Yes, someone who turns to Allah, and therefore does what turns his back on everything else. turns his back on Fox Island. It is critical to note here that if a person truly turns to Allah Subhana, WA tada

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then that, that Allah and the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala becomes his focus is not worried about pleasing at home, or anything else. Besides the loss of habitat, this is a person who was really

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handy for a lot more data described, right? So what you turn to a loss of habitat, the focus of his life was pleasing his doors.

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And he didn't look to other than

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he turned his back on everything else, if that is a required, if you turn to Allah is no way that you can turn to anything else, because there's nothing like a look outside.

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But then again, and he was not from amongst the push to keep on repeating this from yesterday, so that you can understand something important. And that is that he brought him on a select who was selected was from the demands,

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not just a man time, but the man, he was known as one of the leaders of the messengers and prophets was from the foremost of them. And they were the best people to excel and Tony. So if these were his qualities, then we need to strive also to fulfill those qualities. So that we can excel until he

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was like this move on to the

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to the hobby. And we'll pick up at the part

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where

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the profit is selected was sent and went into his home,

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where he went into the home at the beginning of the

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beginning of the heavy was between, we'll say,

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men, and say that you bet, on the level of luck. They were from the Tabby. And they were talking about what happened to Hussein, but after a man when he was stumped by the scorpion, and he was up at night when he saw that shooting star. And so he was explaining to savings

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that he was stung inside of Cubase Okay, what happened? What did you do? And he said, I performed it on myself.

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And so then he narrated this having been the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, when he said, I've been shown the nations

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and amongst them, it was a prophet who had 40 some odd followers and from there was a prophet who only had one or two followers and some who had none. And then he was shown the

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nation of Musa and he said and then he was showing his own life and amongst them are 70,000

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who will not be

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punished

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Agenda without being punished and they will face directly. And then the problem is like someone got up and he went to his home. And so the companions that what they started theorizing, who are those 70,000. And by the way, by the way, and this is home for,

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for the oma,

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there are other narrations as half of them, as you mentioned,

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there are other narrations that indicate that it doesn't stop at 70,000.

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And that with each of those 70,000 is 70,000.

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And

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as was on in the Arabic language, the word 17 is used to indicate a lot.

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Sometimes the same way that we use the word 108.

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Right. So

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if, if you call someone a lot, and they didn't answer the phone,

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right, and you saw that he sacked 100 times you then pick up

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the error to 70 in a similar fashion.

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The they use it to mean a lot. And so is some indication here.

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And because of the other narrations that the number doesn't stop at 70,000.

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But the number is beyond that, and the loss of animals and those best will fuck the law.

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allows for that as bounties are endless is one. And so there's nothing wrong for us, you know, to ask Allah subhana wa tada to make us from amongst those people that agenda without any punishment, and without any exception. And this is a month of glad we should be making them

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all the time.

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So the prophets of light.

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And the companions began amongst themselves to have the discussion who are the 70,000 notice though, notice that they all recognize

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that they were people who had done something

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it means that there has to be some type of action that a person puts forth. So some of them said maybe they're the ones who were the companions of the message. It is apparently the early companions of the Prophet it was saying well baby, those who were born in Islam and so they never worship anything besides the love

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daddy they never committed.

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And so they some of them said this is some of them said that until the Prophet sallallahu wasallam came back out from his home now What did the prophet Isaiah say? Who are they?

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Lao

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salatu salam ala rasulillah.

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militia, you know, he certainly

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also goes on to say

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and while they were exchanged, it was like this, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came out and was informed about the use. He said, those people who do not seek Rukia Okay, number one, they are those people do not see rookie yet. They are Yes. Okay. Number two, nor do they believe in God Romans. North, they believe in omens in general and acts as bad as well. I'll talk about that. So they don't believe in omens. That Arabic the word for that is yet to Aiyo, which we'll discuss in a minute. Okay. Number three, nor do they get themselves branded or cauterized, nor do they give themselves. Brandy don't cauterize brand or cauterized, okay.

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Number three,

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they don't use countering but I will talk about that. Yeah. But number four, what they put that first only in the law, and they put their trust only in a loss of habitat and they rely only upon a law

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upon that, the companion so how many characteristics are there

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for these are the people the prophecy, someone said, they will enter Paradise without any reckoning, and without any punishment.

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And the Hadees is collected by the party I must have, by the way, so we don't have to, you know, look at its authenticity that I think is authentic, and this is the prophecy. So I'm telling this man

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conda, the companion Okasha, who

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got up and said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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prophet of Allah has a lot to live up from there. He also said,

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so here, a companion stood up. He was there, he heard this. He was with the Prophet, Elijah Sudan, as the heartbeat was being mentioned,

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and so he stood up, his name was locash

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He stood up and he said, O Messenger of Allah.

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Make do and that allowed me

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to hear that.

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He did not say, our messenger of Allah make me from them.

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Why? Because that would be what? sure that would be should. Because now he's asking he's making he's asking the province in line with some of them directly to make him from amongst them. That's not the right of the Prophet, I think is that right? As for Allah, Allah to Allah alone

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and to divert any of our last rites to other than Allah? Is the textbook definition of Sure.

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Okay, so he didn't say oh messenger of Allah make me from them. He said, O Messenger of Allah as a law to make me from them.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, You are from them. Then another man got up and said, Amen. So the premise of why he was so upset and meaning home, you are from them in the narration of the party. And the narration report card. It says a lot my dad in the living room, Oh, I love my dad to tell me normally, oh, a lot make him or make you from the

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talking to Allah make him from them. And so many of the scholars have said that this that this statement, you are from them is actually a draft from the Prophet i think is selected was sent in actually, from the Prophet somebody was set up for this

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Sahabi no cash.

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All right.

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Then, another man got up and said.

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Okay, so now next fan stands IV. So this is great. Right, and probably some of is going to make you laugh well, so the next man stood up and he said, Mr. de la, make the from amongst

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hasta la, to make it from amongst them. And then within the province of mine, he was upset in the process of them said, well, cash has proceeded utilities, he said, I kept cash and beat you to it.

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In other words,

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he's not going to make me do I offer each one after because now what's going to happen and he says, are loving him. And most of them, the next person is going to stand up, and it's not going to end.

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In the private It

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was my own one. for him. When we had the room, it was the most compassionate and merciful with this oma and there's no doubt that the province of lighting in Southern Maine for all of his campaigns,

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and he may go out with his own family. And so it wasn't that the province was turning him away.

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But that the province of lighting was selling

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for an end to the what would be what would be a chain reaction that wouldn't have any entity would have any conclusion.

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So the province of Leiden Southern made for him now. I'm going to just address this issue, and then we'll get back to what does it mean to see Rokia? And what does it mean to characterize and what does it mean to

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believe in omens, or use omens? And what does it mean that

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we'll get back to that, but I just want to deal with this part of the heavy word passion.

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China and who asked the prophet to make dua for him?

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Is it okay?

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Is it okay for you to ask someone else to make do it for you?

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okay to say,

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yes, it's permissible.

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And that is

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by lack of the early scholars of Islam, that it is permissible to ask someone else to make dua for you. But we need to understand something and there's various narrations.

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This, the confidence is the fact that

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location himself, he asked the processor to make graphics. And the processor itself didn't look at that as being something that was bad. In fact, the profits of lightning talk,

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though, to such and such a place that you see

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who was what was his name, always

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ask him to make dua for you. And he wasn't even almost

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always.

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There, I mean, countless narrations from the setup especially from Mossad where you actually see that they asked each other to make you ask

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For one another

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on hides on online otherwise.

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But

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there are also narrations, where companions but as to make do I for someone and they refuse to.

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So for example,

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there's there's a narration of where man came to him on the allowance an angle. And he said,

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Yeah, man, I'm looking at

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the believers make that for me. He said, let

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me along, I forgive you

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need to begin the UCB to be a prophet. And in other words,

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the ones who you want to ask to make your eye on your behalf are those who are sitting in front of a lost pencil. Now you don't just go up to anybody. And ask them to make do it for you.

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To use that, as a teaching moment, don't just go to anybody asking them to make for you.

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And the reason behind that, and allow us to kind of dive in those lessons. But this has been mentioned by some of the scholars and I think it's important for us to understand is because because, and this is something that early scholars of Islam didn't talk about, and they disliked. You don't want this to become a habit amongst people.

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Right now, some people ask other people to make you offer them as if it's better than you make me do it for yourself. And it's not.

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It's not another word, I want you to rely on the fact that I asked my [???], why is this person or that person to make you out for me, and then I don't make one up for myself.

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And the profit, I think it's so much

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better than to i is the event. It is not worship, it is the essence of worship.

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And so a person should be making UI for himself. And if you ask someone else to make your app for you, there should be something appropriate amount. In other words, they're going to a place like Becky the boys to make a home run.

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And they're going to be raising their hands on suffering, or they're going to hike, they're going to be raising their hands to wash my hands. I'm not often other scenarios like this, where it's more likely that they do is going to be accepted. And so there's a reason other than your heart being attached to a person. And that's what you want to avoid fake laughter. Who is this person to make you out, you'll be happy that you can't do for yourself, except in the case. And this was sugarsnap. tv, which I mentioned, and this was the preferred opinion of the feet of liberal hifiman law as well, is that

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if you ask someone to make do it for you, to benefit them,

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that this is praiseworthy. In other words, I know that

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I'm asking you to make dua

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for me,

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because I want you to be busy making drag and give blessings with it.

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Instead of me just telling you, hey, go pray, go pray to record, nobody's gonna listen to you. Right? But if you say to them, make your iPhone

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then that person is making life for you, they're getting rewards for the drive, and you're getting rewards because you were the one that was the cause of them doing that activity.

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And so this is your attention man asking someone to make you laugh.

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And this is a great intention indeed. And they shall on top of that you'll be rewarded and that person will be rewarded and generally this to someone it is permissible to ask someone to make the library but she shouldn't do it frequently. That should not be your habit that you just go around asking people to make

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like your back to our caddy

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the profit is selected and we should know these four qualities

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so that we can embody them and be from amongst the people being in the legs on and when someone told me no extra paradise without any punishment and maybe recommend the first of them the promise of lighter was son of said you lie. Yes. So they do not seek for others to make yet for them. They don't go around looking for almost a shake in this town who performs rookie in this town.

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Who's the one who's done for for rookie in this area? And they go around looking for the shape or the Imam of the masjid or someone like this so that they can cure them.

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Fight.

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What is rookie?

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Somebody explained to me What's that? What does

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anybody

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do?

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Okay, so it's using the bride is if you're not just the bride, it can be from the ad that has been narrated or the Prophet it selected Sam or even others that are permissible. And then a person says them. And if the person is performing giltia for himself, right, then he may recite to his hands of the Prophet on a select person, and then when he would recite the one with the team, full of a level ahead.

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Or you could just simply recite the Orion, or you can recite the Miranda crash, it is because of the pain that you are dealing with, that you put your hand over the area where the pain is, this is this is really, if someone else is doing it.

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A lot of times, it may just be recitation of Brian, sometimes they may also assuming that they have the same gender, they may put their hand on the person

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where that person is experiencing some pain.

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And we're saying,

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so this is this is

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what the prophet SAW, it was some of them.

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Explaining the last thing that he said why now I've seen him get into what

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this is the quality of the people who would sell it to me, it is summed up into a shallow couple figures.

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That is, if you want to be a real, what

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you want to really be from the people have told me, you have to excel into law.

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Because that is the quality that is comprehensive of all of everything else, it shows that you have proved over the last time that it shows that you have belief in this decrease panic attack, it shows that you have custom money, to have good thoughts about a loss of habitat

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that you fear as well as all of that combined. Alright, so why is it that asking someone else

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to perform Rokia for you? How is that an indication of

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a lack of tool? doesn't mean you have any trust and a loss of data. It doesn't mean you don't have any reliance upon that. But how does it show that is a lack of let me ask you this. And then and then this will become a bit clearer. So

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that the preface of it was him saying

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that in order to be from amongst those people, that you can go to the doctor, that doctors at the time and

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he said you can't go

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You can't seek a cure or remedy for whatever disease you're facing? No. In fact, somebody was came to the Prophet, I think it was today when they asked him should we not, you know, seek remedy that into down

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as soon as the province of large or southern said not?

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Yes, services of a law seek a cure because there is no disease except that a loss of data is simply a cure, except for a remedy, except for one that is death. There is no cure for that.

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So

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looking for a cure or even going to the doctor, there's nothing wrong with that. That doesn't negate one. So

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why would we say that?

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Why would we say that seeking

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someone to perform rockier for you

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does show a deficiency. And

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the reason is this and I want you to pay attention

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is that the one who is performing Rokia

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is usually dealing with an element of the unseen.

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Why do people tend to perform Rokia after they've sought other means

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of treatment mix or other treatment? The doctors couldn't figure it out. They've done all types of testing. And then a person goes to the rocky the one who's going to perform repeated

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because it's something unseen and leaving it is a gene that is causing

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the pain.

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Maybe there is this maybe there's that and so what happens is the heart in general of the person who was seeking the rook yet has a degree of attachment to the one who was performing

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which is different than the dock.

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We went to the doctor is not the kind of attachment to the doctor. What if there is it takes

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Same ruling as

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mine.

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And that's the only thing that the that the ruling that is the Islamic holding of something is connected and

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dependent upon the cause the speller.

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That is, which is a perfect translation for that, that I can't think of right now, but in other words the you got to translate

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the underlying reason behind them, so here the reason why it is disliked.

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The reason why this dislike that we

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don't see yet is because in general the heart of the one was singing the rookie is going to be attached to

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to the one was performing the review and this part is for lost fans out alone, it is to know him some kind of a time alone and it should be dedicated to the worship of the last panel time alone in the minute deck, a part of it gets attached to something else, that it takes away from a person so he because what do we say till he works? What is till evening linguistically, to say hold something out. And if your heart is almost totally attached to a loss of data, and a little attached to something else, then it takes away from that Tony Can you understand.

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So that is why seeking broken

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is something that

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would take one away from getting this reward that they're probably someone mentioned in the second panel and general seeking rookie is permissible, it is permissible to lump by mold outside and one of the great Maliki scholars that for 63. He said that he is at bat for agreement amongst the scholars that it is permissible to see ruffian. But permissibility does not always indicate that there is not a degree of cut off for that it is disliked, that something can be permissible, but at the same time, disliked, right, which I don't want to confuse everybody but to show off is to understand that it is not cut off look put it like agreement amongst the scholars that it is not

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current to ask someone to perform review on your behalf. Now, let's take it a step further. Is it permissible for you to procure for yourself?

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Yes, and this is a bed and the prophets of lighting, selling difficulty afford himself

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into real good with you for the practice of light or sell them and actually shut all the loans down and have it broken rakia for the Prophet is alive today.

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If we say is

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something that we should avoid, to go out and seek for someone to perform brookie on our behalf, how do we understand the fact that actually fulfilling the promise Alexa?

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wants you to get your brains?

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How can we understand that? It is affecting action?

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Before property on the profit is obviously

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the answer is he didn't ask her to she just did it. And so if someone wants to perform with you, like, for example, there are many times when you may go to the hospital, you're visiting a Muslim,

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and you see that they're experiencing pain, or that they

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don't have to. They don't have to ask you this though, you can put your hand on them and you can sit next to them either recite or recite facts.

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You know, over and over.

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Fancy hat is W fancy hat is the best thing that you can recite

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it and you have to decide to get going, you know with with the fiction that it is a cure and knowing its meanings and draw close to a loss of habitat.

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Can you perform with you

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on a non Muslim is that permissible? You may have found with some relativity, you go visit them and they say

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yes or no.

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Absolutely. And one of the ways that we know that fancy hat is secure because of because of the

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size of the party.

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When they were

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in a particular area, and the law item it was the leader of the tribe but he had been stung by a scorpion

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and the tribe itself. They were looking for someone to treat him

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and I will say a recovery of the alone time and who said that we can treat him

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for compensation.

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And he read over him so lots of fat. And the man was cured. He wasn't was he was cured, they went back to the prophecy cinema, because now they weren't sure can we actually accept this compensation or not. And this is one of

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the things that you have the most right to take the reward for is from the book of Allah.

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So you can take that compensation. And there's a lot of discussion about this, not to go too deep into it. The point is here that the first quality is that they don't see. So yeah, I feel love from now on because people have become in this day and age.

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People are meant to lead and I don't even know how to say that English. They are totally, they've gone. And they've taken it to the next level. And we can say when it comes to the rookie, to the point that there are houses here that are known for rookie, a person may stop you on the street, do you know what shaped glass houses, you know what they are, this person thinks he's crazy or whatever. And now he wants somebody to read over it.

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And it doesn't mean that this is not an important aspect of rd. But that we have people that specialize in rookie now their whole life they income

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is based on hockey.

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And they have a whole practice establishment. And people come to them from different cities and different places, because he's Michigan, because now what happens is he becomes the one who cures not the prime.

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You see what happens you see outdoors, it's a it's a tricky, it's a slippery slope.

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It's a slippery slope, when you get involved in it, because now again, the heart becomes attached to the rocky and it's not attached to a love and on which I and if it is if it goes too far, it will take somebody that just deficiency into the outside of Italy.

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And so it's important that we look if you have a family member that suffer from something.

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And this is the thing is the other thing, and I think you need a balance in this particular area is that a lot of us when it comes to mental illnesses, because of the stigma in many of our communities related to mental illnesses, we automatically named cin. Now mental illness is real, just like physical illness, the brain

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goes has illnesses. And sometimes it means that there's a chemical imbalance.

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And there's medication that is needed to help them. And that doesn't mean you won't help. But it does mean that it is treatable and other forms.

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And then we have some people who deny the existence of cin they deny the existence of or the benefit of rookies in everything you know, that a person is doing is just mental health issues, they just need to go see, you know, they need to go talk it out, sit on somebody's couch.

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And then let the you know, psychiatrists determine what type of medicines they're supposed to take. And so a Muslim takes a mental course, and recognizes that just as we have physical ailments, there are mental ailments.

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And that mental health issues are real, and they need to be dealt with. But we also shouldn't deny the fact that Rukia is important, and that it will cure things that cannot be cured by drugs.

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The second thing that the prophet SAW a lot It was somebody says it is

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one that you have to tell them and I'll deal with that, and then I'll

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get to warn.

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And that means that they don't seem to be categorized.

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And what we mentioned yesterday or brand new,

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we talked about

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the What What does count what is categorization.

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And to be honest with you, it's broader than just treating open wounds with

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with fire or even now electricity, anything that is hot, super hot,

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you know, to bring them back together and that's called counter rising, but they use it for other things like to burn off boards.

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So

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if anyone has ever had a wart on the bottom of their foot, for example, chances are if you go to the doctor and they're going to categorize

00:54:28--> 00:54:35

some people who suffer from nosebleeds, frequent nosebleeds, they get categorized. And so

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the the issue here is okay,

00:54:40--> 00:54:44

why is this something that or how does this relate to that?

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And many of the, you'll find that many of you go back and you read for those of you who have read explanations of conceptually,

00:54:55--> 00:54:59

you'll find that a lot of the ones who have explained each chapter Tony, don't actually talk about

00:55:00--> 00:55:13

The relationship between categorizing and talk about what they do talk about, and this is an important side point is that categorizing involves fire or something very high.

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It is this light, and that we punish ourselves in this way, with a punishment that is used in the hearing. So they talked about that relationship, and one stays awake, and that is why it is not permissible, then, to burn the enemy. Right, talk about in battle to it, thank

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you, I think there is a battle between Muslims in

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their enemies,

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the ones who are killed, it's a new perspective. And I think that this is the purpose is to be respected, not to be burned.

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Because that punishment is sold for a loss in the year. And there are, again, this is a long discussion that would go that goes beyond the scope of what we're going to talk about today.

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So,

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as a as a side note,

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counter rising, is used in this part of the world up until very recently, it's not as very common right now. But up until very recently, it was used.

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And they talked about how it has these healing, it has healing powers is a funny story about that's actually quite interesting. There was a man who had severe lower back pain.

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This is actually narrated by a doctor.

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He said there was a man who has severe back pain.

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And the doctors tried everything stand alone, the man could not walk. And he the pain had become so unbearable, that he that he was not able to walk. All right,

00:56:52--> 00:57:02

went to the doctors, he saw all types of segments, he still was not able to walk. So as the air and say after the dedicated, right, the

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the last form of

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the last form of treatment is categorized. So and it's done differently. So they put the two hot foods.

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And

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they put it in the area where the man was feeling the pain in his lower back and myself from the pain that he was feeling, he got up and he ran back squat, he got up and he ran and they said Mashallah was cured, he was cured, cured by the cataracts.

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As you can see, that wasn't actually cured. It's just that the pain was so severe, that he was able to manage the pain that was in his lower back, because it really is that bad.

00:57:49--> 00:57:55

It really is that bad, that kind of fire, but the heat that is associated with it. So

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what is it that

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what is it that makes the pain, you know, some type of deficiency and to what the issue is this categorizing is not just one type.

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And that's the thing. And this is what the prophet it was today I was talking about in this

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table, one of the earliest copies of this

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lecture, that it was the practice of the air. So you can find this in the history books as well.

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They actually took account arising from the Persians

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and the Persians as we know, early Persians and what they worshiped fire. It wasn't just that they used. So the wire for them

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was was was revered. They invented this treatment with fire, it wasn't just seen as a regular medical treatment, it was a religious practice to it as well. Okay, so they worshiped fire. Now the Arabs didn't necessarily in terms of historic, they didn't necessarily worship fire, but they looked at it as having this counter rising is not just having a cure. As an after effect, they looked at it as being a preventative tour as well.

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In therapeutic.

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So the process of it was selling. So again, what what can categorize and do before something actually happens?

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It means that a person has some kind of

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subtle belief right in the process.

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And that is what the gates wants to.

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It's not something that's after the fact if the only thing that can be done to heal an open wound, for example, is to burn it, then there's no harm in doing it and that doesn't take one outside of this heavy to the reward as mentioned is heavy. But to do so prior to there being any signs

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of disease. You're doing it as a preventative measure.

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That is

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What the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is referring to here and the last time it was best, a number of the scholars have had, as well has said that here is a difference between K and T what meaning that to perform the count arising is different from an empty wave, which means you ask somebody else to do it for you when you go out seeking someone to do it for you.

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So, the second is what is prohibited, not the first,

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because

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there is a degree of

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humiliating oneself every time you ask someone to do something for you, and that should be avoided. The last thing that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam mentions in terms of the things that they do not do

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is malaria to fight yonah.

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They

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do not use almonds, and they do not believing.

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And to fight your there's a whole chapter that we're going to deal with.

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that deals with owners. So I'm not going to go into a lot of detail right now. But to fight your

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it sounds like the word time, right? When taught,

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taught you this way. It's a verb. And that's because there's a lot of times

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the Arabs prior to Islam,

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what we're looking at birds is omens, if the bird goes left, that's a bad sign. If he goes, right, it's a good sign, or bees flying this way, it's a good sign, it's a bad thing. So

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omens are any type of any type of phenomenon

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that either propels you to do something, or prevents you from doing something that has no basis. So any any type of thing that would make you feel like you have some knowledge of a future event, because so now you want it to go travel.

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But as you were about to travel, you saw a particular bird, and it went this direction that you said, No, I'm not going to travel now. Because if I travel, I'm gonna have an accident.

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You believe now that this bird is telling you something about the future. And it's not just restricted to birds, as we'll cover omens are many different types.

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Some are related to

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animals, others are related to scientists in general. And people have all types of weird beliefs.

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You don't think that they

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book a flight.

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And then they put them in a 13th row, I'm not traveling.

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So that's a bad sign,

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or any of these types of so we'll talk about this in the last chapter. In the near future, when we get to when we get to that particular chapter, the point is here, and I think it's pretty obvious that this shows a true lack of talk of the final loss of parents either, but someone's had this belief in these in these zones.

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As for a rookie, and as for counter rising, to seek that is something that is not current.

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Unless we're talking about the type of counter rise that is, prior to any, any type of disease, or illness or illness, or pain or something that someone may be facing.

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Then the premise of it was sort of summarized all of those three qualities by saying wide RPM, Yes, hello.

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And upon Allah, they put their trust,

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meaning

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they rely upon a lot of what's alone.

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And if they rely upon a law law, and they're not going to put their trust in the Rocky, they're not going to put their trust in any form of medical treatment or anything like that. So they're going to put their trust in a lot, no time alone.

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And

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there's something that's very common today.

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And I think it's important to raise awareness about it, because we may not recognize that it is a form of a lack of

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a lack of reliance in front of us.

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And is what many of us are taught because of the material world that we live in today.

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Many of us are taught to put our trust in ourselves.

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You can do it.

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Yes, we can.

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If we just strive. If we put forth the effort,

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then we are going to be successful, and we're going to achieve our objectives.

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And if you haven't achieved your objective if you fail because you didn't achieve your goal.

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It

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is because you didn't work hard, you didn't put your best foot forward, you didn't do this, or you did that. And that is why you are the greatest thing in the world. Because you did.

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And this is, unfortunately, this is the whole self help industry is based on, it's based on you, the world becomes you centered.

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And honest, it's a shame that some Muslims fall for this.

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And totally disregard

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that trusted last time.

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Now, that doesn't mean that as Muslims, we don't strive to be the prophet Isaiah

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told us that these strong Muslim is better than them.

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That is more beloved to Allah, if it is Allah may

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not just do what benefits you, if it is scribe, go for it be keen and doing those things, you understand.

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strive to do those things that are going to benefit you not just do them. But strive to do that, work hard to do that. So as Muslims, in any event, we already have that teaching from our profit ideas. So like we said, we don't need some type of self help guru. So I said, I'm saying did he have to

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strive to do that which benefit you What did he say after that was saying below,

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and seek a lot aid.

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Because you have to know that it is not going to be by your strength solely that you achieve these accomplishments. It's not simply because you want it to to happen, that is going to happen.

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But you have to strive for that. Because if you don't strive, then most likely it's not going to happen.

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You ever see the student who says he doesn't study it's not studying for his exam.

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You say, you have to study so you can pass

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gonna happen

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as if the walking you know he's gonna get revelation is gonna come down to the brain at the time of the test, he doesn't have to study

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did not instruct it's like that. But at the same time, we do believe that if we put forth the effort that we can put forward, and then the thing still doesn't happen. You want it to marry a certain person, you put forth the effort to make it, you had a good job. And in the name, okay, got that a lot, you have to know that a lot of data took that away from you for a great reason.

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You wanted the particular job, you want you did your best to get that job, you did all of the studies that you needed to get certificates and it didn't happen, okay? Because what is the result of that?

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If you don't, is depression.

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And this is unfortunately, this is all too common in the Muslim community because there's a lack of

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that reliance upon Allah

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is what the prophet Isaiah select was Scilab is showing us this is the comprehensive quality that the believer has, that will allow him to excel until he figured it out last minute data, it is worship, and in all that which Allah subhana wa tada deserves.

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And so we know, through this trust upon Allah, that reliance upon Allah subhana wa tada

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that will get what we are supposed to get.

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If we put forth the effort,

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but our reliance has to be upon him, it cannot be applied to creation. Now,

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this also doesn't mean that we have to be balanced in our understanding of these concepts. It also doesn't mean that you can't tell someone for example, I am trusting you on this one.

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Not depending on you on this one.

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But what happens with the creation is that even if someone loves you, even if that person is dependent, even if that person for example.

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Let's just say

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you had to go out of town, you need somebody to pick up your children from school.

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Right?

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And so you told this person Listen, I want you to pick up

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my child and they agree that everything. Is it still possible that they might forget? I forget. Is it possible that on the way to go pick up your children, that there was a car accident that their car broke down, there's something happening

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and therefore they weren't able to fulfill that. That trust that you had with them? Yes, that's very possible.

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But there's nothing that can stop the loss of habitat

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loss.

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All he has to do is say it is

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an alliance with them.

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My grandmother

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doesn't forget anything. So you have complete trust has to be upon us counts, it can't be with the creation. And therefore your heart always has to be attached to a loss of data. And that is what

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it is that you have resigned your affair. So our last panel data, and that your heart is attached to him submitted with data and not to any of the creation, with you putting forth the effort to make whatever it is that you want done to get done. This is that quality the problem so why there was some upset by the opinion.

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And they put their trust and reliance upon the last panel, which added and what this if a person avoids those things that I'm talking about.

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And he has to offer the final loss fantastic that he will meet with those who have gotten to his meeting that he excelled until either fulfill this requirement requirements. And he will enter agenda without any punishment. And without any recommend us colossal data. So make this for most of the people who went to paradise without reckoning and without being punished below atoms

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by product.

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First one is is it permissible to make or not in other languages in Arabic?

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The

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Prophet it is selected

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and struck that us to win with many different formulas for your ad in prayer, that is while you're actually making songs.

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So some of those do some of those epcam. Like, if we if this is what the questioner is asking about specific epcam like, for example, a model antibody.

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And you cannot say that the beginning of your Salah Allah the greatest, you have to say Allah. But if the questioner likes to handle up the ladder,

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but the question is cannot be if the question is talking about the duyst that is made its

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meaning that which is beyond what is the obligation of your brain.

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So the private audience told us that the closest that his sermon is to his Lord is when he is Institute when he is prostrate.

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So that this is one of the places where you should

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increase in making black?

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If that is what the question is referring to, that there's no doubt

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that you can make in any language you like,

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if you do not have the ability to make that glass here.

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So the basic rule is that you would say in an error, that you make that error, because you want to make the class that the Prophet is allowed to send me the way they didn't make it. But if back, then you can make them in another language. And this is the bottom of our ship.

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Is that in US division 25 as it relates to pollution, which is the overwhelming majority of the scholars, in fact, I haven't seen any styling that said it's permissible to make it and other than the air. That's because water

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was your son, where's your institute is not for the winter, for the way in which if the person is the man and he's making the glass out loud, I haven't come across any of the scholars that have said that it is permissible. In fact, some of the stylists say that if a person

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makes Do I have no other than witches, that it renders the salon vasila makes the entire salon invalid. And the last note down in those beds, perhaps perhaps there are some other things about them that matter, but I'm not aware

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of what

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is breastfeed Oh, yeah, okay. women that are brushing and flossing at the same time.

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What is the role

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for women who are fasting for for women who are breastfeeding?

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And then those who are pregnant as well.

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The correct opinion of the style is is that

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they have to make up their fast if they don't fast.

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They have the license to break the offense if they fear for themselves, or they fear for their child or the piece.

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They have to license they have every right to break the bat

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and they are considered to be

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similar in terms of ruling to the citizens

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and allies, like Canada, Mexico, but even our suffering is human. And

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for those who are sick or traveling, that they make up too fast at another time, and other days, like.

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So what do they have to do if they break their fast, then they have to make up the fast at another test after Ramadan.

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Two points I want to make here is that a lot of women breastfeed

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and a lot of women who are pregnant in the month of Ramadan, still fat.

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And that's fine too, as long as they are not going to harm themselves or harm the child.

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And the way that many of them best, in fact, shallows out is not harmful. So what they do instead of fasting every day of Ramadan, their fasting day, and they won't fast for two days. And then they fasted another day, and then they will fast for three days make fast two days, and then they don't fast before whatever works for them. Because the basic rule is that rather than it is obligated to fast, except for those who have a clear, ruling not too fast.

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And that people for those who cannot fast, or who haven't fasted during the month of Ramadan, is that they make it up

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unless there's an indication that they feed instead of making it. Alright, so we're gonna stick with the rules. The rule is that if she does, in fact, she has to make it up.

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And then she makes it up outside of the month of Ramadan. So some women, for example, or breastfeeding, make it out of Ramadan fasting, for example, 10 days, nine days, they have 11 months to make up the 20 days that they missed.

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And in general in the winter months, that becomes easy to find. Somebody might say, Well, what about the narrations on eBay? Normally, even at best money alone, Chadha engelmann,

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where it says that

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when it says that they don't make up the best, or at least that's the way some people narrative when they say that they have to feed,

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which says that the breastfeeding women and the pregnant who have not faster than they have to be?

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And the answer to that is twofold. Number one is very interesting

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that if this was really the case that if these narrations were authentic,

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it's very interesting that none of the scholars after them took their opinion,

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not from the Hanafi dematic. He's not from the Chevy's and not from the humble east, and especially that the Malik is because they were known to follow the method.

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So if this was really, if this, if this was really the case that there were these narrations with Devin Omar on the love chat and mindset, they don't have to bet.

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They don't have to make up the effects that they only have to be. If that was the case, then most likely the Maliki scholars would have found that opinion, but they did. And that's because that is a closer look at the end those narrations, it appears to be that the narrations that mentioned that they don't make up the effects are not often they are not authentic narration on

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Ivanova on the long side and, and what is authentic is that he said they have to be.

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Which means that not only do they make up the bank, but they also feed in there, that's a longer discussion, the corrective thing in the shallows out is that women who are breastfeeding

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or who are pregnant, that they look at their situation, if they can affect the next event. If they feared for themselves and for the town, then they do not bet. And then they make up those days at a later time and the year after I'm

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not

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supposed to make it up again. And now, years later or two years later, she realized that she should have made those I mess up and lost her dad and forgive us for what has proceeded. So the question is, what about a woman who may have heard that opinion?

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Because it was the defense of shingle band alliance of Hmong, some of his students and it became prevalent because it was translated into the English language.

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What if a woman took that opinion, if that was the extent of her knowledge, and that was the first one that she was given. And she doesn't have any harm associated with what has received.

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And as long as she fed people that she followed that particular principle at that time, and there's no harm in that.

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However, moving forward what she understands this

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She acts according to what our knowledge is at that time.

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Like the man who came into the message

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and he gave some answers to the Prophet he prayed to rock x and he went and gave us an answer to the prophet SAW the light of suffering

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and the promise of why he was returning to them he said energy for Sunday Finnegan on Sunday

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go back and pray because you didn't pray.

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The main just pray to record

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at approximately seven second break and if you didn't pray

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so today we're back and praying to rockets went back to the prophets.

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prophets Allah go back and pray because you didn't pray

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happen three times he says online Oh my god. I don't know how to pray other than this way. There's only thing I know.

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That is the only thing I know how to do.

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So then the prophet SAW Selim taught him how to pray properly depressed the other narrations clarify the demand had no intimate Nina in his salon, he had no tranquility and is free to go up and down by taking this time with the physician.

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Okay.

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Did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in any of the narration have this heavy oil? Is there any indication whatsoever? That the proper size I'm sorry, how long have you been?

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One year okay, go back and make up a year's worth this a lot.

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This was what the man knew at that particular time, he implemented what he knew at the time.

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He did go back and make up you know, a year's worth of salado, six months worth of salon anything like that.

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From that point on, he was held accountable for the knowledge that he had. And this is similar situation to

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another question with regards to

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when he was a new house.

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Getting together and

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having so many lessons like

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the coming together to read the Koran

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is something that is permissible in Islam,

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under different surfaces.

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So for example, people may come together to read to a particular shape, the shape reads to them, and they read back to the shape, for example, to improve their recitation of Brian, or to listen to him recite. And that's permissible. And we know that and the scholars will talk about the permissibility of that use as a proof the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim when he went to the emergency room in a way of attack.

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And he asked each one of them to recite the Quran.

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And they said, should we recite the prize, you know, you're the one who failed to he said in the lady, I like to use a prime other than making. So the fact that people will come together and read to machine whether that is so for that shape leads to them so that he can, you know,

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improve their reputation, there's no doubt about the permissibility of that.

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You have another type of reading, which is known as Isla del, was what is referred to amongst the academic circles. And that is when people get together, and each one of them reads a portion of Brian, so this will be the juice, maybe five or six of them get together this one reason juice, and then an extra reason, juice and so on.

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And some of the scholars dislike

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that because of the because it wasn't something that was practiced normally, amongst the early generations of the state.

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And other scholars said that there's no harm in doing so whether it's reading a page, and then that reason, the next page, the next page. And some contemporary scholars like Shikoku, meanwhile, said that there is no harm in doing this. Does

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the monsters happy to hear that they were telling you? No, not boredom is the wrong term. But basically our person that we only recycle himself, they may come a time where he gets a little tired. And so now, he's rejuvenated by listening to someone else. And that seems to be okay with that. As it relates to what the questioner says, which is

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like a house warming, somebody gets a new house, or maybe they don't buy a new house, but they move into a new house. And so they get people to come together.

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And they read the Koran

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in the house to get

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this this practice and a lot of those bugs should be avoided.

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And that's because

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number one

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is if it becomes something that is a belief that it's sooner, then that's problematic. And so a lot of people do this believe that this is something we should do, as opposed to something that is permissible, but something that's sooner which is a problem. That's number one. The second thing is

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Is that had this been something good to do upon moving into a new place. And another part is we're going to repeat this action, it's not something that is different than we're going to come together at this particular time, not a specific time during the year, not on a specific day, we're gonna come together read the bride, that's different from people come together to read the bride, on an occasion, a specific occasion every single time. So this person moved into a new place, this person who moves into a new apartment this person brought into our house. And so every time that happens, we get together, we read the bride. So we're specifying a specific time zone. This is a low data

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item, what is referred to

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in academic terms is evident in Lafayette, which is like,

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again, the translation of these terms, it's an innovation that has a proof for the

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for the action itself, but not approved for the way that it's being done or not approved for the way or the time or the manner that has been performed, and even have a shot to be

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talked about this specifically as it related to resigning the bride, and he considered it to be a Vidak.

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So it should be this practice should be avoided. However, a person

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who moves into a new home, he should be one who is keen on recycling the bride and his own home, not just when he first comes in, that's another thing. What is it? What is it about when you first move in, and then we're going to recite the Quran and that is what is going to be the repellent for the agent or whatever else they think that it is repellent, or the shape line or whatever. In other words, we built this fortress around the house because we recited this one time. No, there were I should be recited frequently in any home that you live in.

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And this should be the, you know, the catalyst for the Muslim attitude to push himself to recite the bronze board and not rely on the recitation of some other people will love

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me to go.

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Yeah.

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I just answered that question before in this case.

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I'll tell you after class.

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After you have to class the show, I already answered the questions

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anything else