Ramadan 2018 – 17 – Perfecting Dua

Tahir Wyatt

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To our lesson

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This is

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that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam taught his daughter Fatima

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Ali alone.

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And like we talked about yesterday, the Prophet sallallaahu Selim teaching it shall be alone with

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that.

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Fatima was one of the most beloved people to the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam. And she's one of the three best the women of this oma.

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As the scholars differ, who's better to Dejah Asia or file tema are the local data and hoonah. And there is no point of going into a lot of discussion. She's one of the three. And the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam loved her

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a lot. And he even informed her that he felt like he was dying and she began to cry and she said, you'll be the first of my family to come with me and she began to smile.

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Not too long before the death of the Prophet and so on.

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So the Prophet sallallaahu Selim taught her this

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and he taught her to say it every morning and every evening and the morning and in the evening.

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And that is Yeah, hi. Yeah.

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We rock mochica a study

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of swiftly shed knee full level whether it's a kidney Isla nuptse Tada

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Yeah, how are you? Yeah. Are you

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here and this is rare. And then do I have the profit is a lot to Sudan. And it's also rare for the Do I have the crime that it begins by calling on a loss of Hannah Tyler by one of his names.

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Most of the do iron the four iron starts with what

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knows?

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rugby or rabbanut but B or hot burner so most of the do and deprive you memorize any job from the Brian was throughout you make between him in the corner and the Blackstone.

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Robinette navodaya

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that was that was from Soros and

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it starts out with what Rob Bennett right. Not Yeah. How you how you not Allahumma but

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are you any other drivers you memorize from the grind? This is the month of July I'm sure you know something from the Brian.

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Rob been a Filipina while he is whining and Medina sepatu Neville Eman Allah forgive us and those of our brothers who have preceded us in faith. Well that's such as the Illuminati Melilla Dena Ave. and don't allow there to be any malice in our hearts for the believers for those who have believed by any other device from the Quran.

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In any event, as you read the grind from beginning to end, you'll find that the overwhelming majority of the new hires from the grind start out with Rob Burnett or rugby

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player and the sooner

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the majority of the do I'm assuming it starts off with what not been a rugby

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player out of all of the dryers that we've covered.

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What's the dryer we took yesterday?

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the dryer from yesterday? Yes Allahumma in the guy flew to him when he tried to dry before that allow me in the out of the weekend when

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we came in and

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we took before that a lot of Muslim

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Muslim a lot mostly been under the hood. So to me, all of them started out with what? Allahu

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Allah Allahumma which means Yeah, Allah.

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So most of the do, it suddenly starts off with Allahumma most of the dua and the Firaon starts off with rugby. And Robin, we mentioned before the do after the grind, the majority of it is coming directly from the NBA. The prophets of Allah subhana wa Tada. And the prophets received direct revelation from Allah. And so when they're calling upon Allah subhana wa gyla. They're calling upon him as the refer the one who nurtures them, the one who

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cares for them directly. This is why this is why a person the person who's the head of the house is called Rapunzel. And they everybody wins. He's the you wouldn't say the Lord of the house, okay, but he's the one who is managing the house. He's indirect. He directly deals with the house. And so it says if the profits feel that

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direct connection to Allah subhana wa tada because they are being nurtured by and

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they're being nurtured by the revelation of Allah subhana wa Tada. So they call upon him as the rub, rub be an opener.

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Whereas the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam is teaching us to say yeah Allah, Allah Huma, recognizing our relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala as servants to him, he is a love, he is our man. He is the one whom we worship, and we are His slaves and that is our relationship to a loss of Hannah Montana and when we become slaves to Allah subhana wa tada we won't be slaves to anything else.

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We won't subject our hearts to other than Allah subhana wa tada we won't fear other than Allah or hoping other than Allah or love others the way that we live our lives.

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And so the Prophet it is selected with Salim is teaching us and these do is to call upon Allah subhana wa tada with his great name, and most of the scholars say his greatest name, which is Allah.

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So we call upon him saying Allahumma

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that is the majority of the of the sooner however in this Howdy.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says to faulty man, what do you

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say? Yeah, Hey, you. Yeah, you? Yeah, I yeah.

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What is Yeah, I?

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What, what does that mean? A law is edelheit. What's that mean?

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I'll hide from it from

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that is that Allah subhanho wa Taala is living. He is the ever living is living was not preceded by

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absence. It wasn't preceded by non existence. And there is no death that comes to him. She kind of who was

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senior to

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me, he not only doesn't death come to Allah subhanaw taala. But not even the cousin to the Sisters of death. He doesn't get tired. So kind of who which either he doesn't get drowsy.

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So you call upon and height and calling upon a height. I want you I want you to think about this because we're talking about now. You're calling upon Allah subhana wa tada by his beautiful name, and height. And you should be thinking about that when you say yeah, hey, Leah for you. Because you're calling upon the one who is always alive. He's never drowsy, he doesn't sleep, he's never going to die. He's the one who we seek our assistance from subpoena which I

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and he is a human.

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What does that mean? What does that mean that allows your time is up to you, it means that he is self sustaining and that he sustains everything else that is in existence that nothing else could exist without Allah subhanho wa Taala there would be no pm of anything that is nothing could be nothing could stand nothing could live nothing could exist without a loss of Henan would die. And so, when you call upon the lies or Joe with these two names, you need to think about who it is that you are calling upon and of water Yeah, I you, you have called you is the greatest verse in the Quran.

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starts out with these mentioning these two names of Allah subhanaw taala. Anybody know that verse of the prime,

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the greatest person to prime what's the greatest verse in the Quran? One that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that there's no greater version of Brian in this verse.

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I had some

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I had some could see that the greatest surah in the prime rate a surah in the Quran as well. Fatty

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Fatty has the greatest filament brands Why are commanded to recite it over and over?

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So the greatest verses of the Koran is

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I could see

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and it starts off how Allahu Allah what a high up you mentioning these two great names of Allah subhana wa tada and some of the scholars say even though this is not the opinion of the majority, some of the scholars say that edelheit you yell KDF how you came together with these two names of Allah subhana wa tada constitute allows Greatest Name.

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Right? But the majority of the scholars say that it is Allah, the name Allah itself is the Greatest Name of Allah subhanaw taala. So you say Yeah, hi you

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You have to be clear on what that means that Eliza gel is the living and he is the self sustaining that sustains everything else in existence. Yeah, you have a young we have our mochica as 35 so let's take these words then what does so believe me?

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You hear a Stoke fear. For example, what's happening? What's happening?

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I seek forgiveness from Allah. Bye bye, SSP salata is calm. You've heard of select solicitors find me have you pre selected this discard before was that the prayer for what Prayer For Rain you are is this call you are seeking Sophia? Which which is to be added to have something

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irrigated if you will. So you're seeking rain is stuck with you're seeking Allah subhanaw taala this month for you seeking His forgiveness for you. In Surah Al Fatiha you say yes and i will do what

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what YAHWAH ness Stein which means you are what you are seeking or we are seeking your own your as your assistance.

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So if you hear is what do you think that means? Like a snug fit was that's the one thing what you are seeking something you're seeking something

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as the leaf as the leaf you are seeking home from a loss of handle time, which is the relief the help the aid that you get at a time of difficulty.

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All right. So they have in this part of the world they have what they call hate it and it's the heart and it's similar to the to the Red Cross and the rest of them, they go around and they help people when they are in need. Okay. So, we run motyka as the leaf as the leaf seek help. We rock magic. We all know Erasmus was Rama, Allah mercy, right? Right Matic Your mercy, with your mercy

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in your mercy subhana wa tada I seek a I seek help I seek assistance.

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that's similar to what we talked about yesterday. I ooo be can be mad to let you remember we took that yesterday. So we said what I seek refuge in a loss perfect words. So you seek refuge in Allah, you seek refuge in a Rockman in any of the names of Allah spieltag and you can seek refuge in a larger ojos Ceefax His attributes because attributes are from him subhana wa Taala they're not created.

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Likewise, here you see help and aid in a loss mercy and His mercy is not created. So you can see a from a loss mentalis mercy be rocking mochica as the Wiis seeking aid and that help and that assistance with your mercy online. Yeah, how you're playing.

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And then so right here this part of the do this in the very beginning. This is called and tell us soon. At tawassul. From was sila which means that you are seeking first to get closer to Allah gives power to Allah before you ask him for what you want.

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Before you ask him for what you want. And this is the way you know that man, the prophets of law they were some of them saw him in the message and he was just asking a lot asking a lot.

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And the province of lie there was some say as for this one for the schedule, and he's he's been hasty. When calling upon a law you should start out with praising Allah subhana wa tada sending salatu salam upon the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. You remember we talked about selection janessa right. So that's a gene so you start off with the 10 year low at the bottom. And then you recite what certain facts and then you say a low f1 and you said salon salon or the profits of Learning Center, and then you say a lot and then you make dua for the one who has deceased so you start off with that praise of Allah subhana wa Tada. And then you move on to sending salatu salam

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upon the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah never going straight into just do it without first trying to draw closer to Allah subhana wa tada by praising him. So here Yeah, how are you? We don't have much of a study. I'm seeking your help. I'm seeking your aid. And then comes the question.

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Us, let me check

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Need kulu rectified for me my fair all of it all of my affairs rectify everything

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about me my life and everything and I'll explain that in a second chances are slim Lee. Schadt need kulu rectified all of my affair will lead to kidney. ILA never see called for time.

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And don't leave me to myself

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for even the blink of an eye

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Do not leave me to myself. And in other words, allow my reliance to be upon you, Oh Allah at all times.

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while attacking me enough, see,

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and don't leave me to myself for even the blink of an eye.

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Let's go back this hadith was collected by a woman who say

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data in a book that he has called Iman Leone for later

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it was collected by imagine and other scholars have had

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a Monday my mobile data said that it is an authentic hadn't imagined in a therapy

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and

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data has center who that means that he says that it's a fair happy Danny it's an acceptable Howdy. So this heavy, which was

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narrated by NSF automatic by him on low tide, who said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught Fatima only a long time and had to say these words when in the morning and in the evening, all of the do eyes that are set in the morning and in the evening. The cars that are set in the morning in the evening what are known as cada savac. One of

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the morning means what time when the sun is up

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after budget, and before sunrise, that's considered to be the time when you say these two hours

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in the evening means what? After acid, but before but before mothering. So that is the place to say the least. And so this too is shallow. Tada. You can say it now.

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After class. You can repeat it. Yeah, how you how you? We rock mochica a study of slip nichette need to level I want you to understand how comprehensive this do i is and what you should be thinking about when you're asked me the last penultimate to rectify all of your fair if you go back a week ago or so, we took into it. That also covers us. Let us let us do you remember that? Allahumma swiftly, Dini, la rectify for me. Muy bien

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allama slippy Dini Alinea, who was smart to me which is the safeguard of all of my fears will slow me down yeah.

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And rectify for me my life or rectify for me this world in which is my livelihood in my life was split in the future to lead to a mid and rectify for me my hereafter to which I'm going to return. Like all of this us. Us rectify. rectify means what it means to fix something. But something is out of place. Something is not right. It's fixed. When you go to a mechanic? What do you want them to do to your car? You want them to fix it? Something's not right. Something's missing. Something's out of place. Correct? Like,

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when you go to the mechanic? What usually happens? How many times do you have to go?

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Do you normally go just once? Or do you go once and then something else happened to the car, you have to take it back. You wanted to wasted a lot of time. At least this has been an experience that I've had, and I'm sure other people have had.

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And that's because the mechanic is not Eileen. And he's not the all north. So sometimes he comes you tell him one problem. he fixes it. And then he goes back and it's kind of long. Not everything was right.

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Or he could be a crook, and that's possible as well. So he says he fixed it. But he put a temporary fixing the mess something else up so that you have to bring the car back to him and it gets more money.

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In any event, you go there you want him to fix us, let's say yeah, I want to fix my car.

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But when you go to Allah azza wa jal

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who was ally Lee, he knows everything about your situation.

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And you're asking the Lord to fix it.

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Are you worried about Elijah Jones? Not knowing how to

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Fix it not knowing what part it needs or What's missing?

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Or are you worried about a last minute data cheating you because you need something from you earlier.

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So when you say us literally

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color our love, fix my situation all of whatever is missing here, fix that port, whatever I didn't do right here fix that for me if something's out of place, you can fix that for me. Oh Allah

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rectify, you know, and the reason why sometimes

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these words need to be dwelled on is because a lot of times we just say stuff, rectify rectify What does that even mean? We didn't we didn't use rectifier was before we started making. That's not a part of your everyday vocabulary.

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Nobody just goes around in the English language, we just talk about rectifying this and rectifying that it wasn't until we start making.

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And then we look at rectifier. So we need to put these things into terms that make sense.

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rectifier makes perfect sense. But until you bring it down to what it is that we're actually asking the last time, fix my situation, all of it. So does that include your dean? and things that may that you're not doing right in Islam? Absolutely. And includes that doesn't it doesn't include the deeds that you are doing? Yes. Does it include your studies that you're studying? Yes, your job, your spouse, your children, all of that is part of your schatten because it concerns you.

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And so you're asking Allah subhana wa tada

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out of his mercy. And because he is the one who was living in Egypt,

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and because he is the one who sustains everything, you're asking him to fix your situation to rectify it, a slightly shiny.

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And then you say, well, to kill me. Isla enough, see?

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And don't leave me to myself.

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What what are we saying here?

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If allies and Magellan leave someone to themselves, that is that he is not aiding them, he is not assisting them, what's going to happen to them, they're going to be destroyed.

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And that destruction doesn't mean they're going to die or they're going to be afflicted with some, you know, worldly affliction. And there's no if a law leaves them to themselves, there gonna be a tsunami that overtakes them or earthquake, if allies will just leave you to yourself for one minute and you go straight off the path that needs to Agenda isn't that the ultimate destruction

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and so you're asking the last panel to either to keep you firm on the path that leads to him that leads to his pleasure that leads to agenda. Well, ethical nealon is tough for China don't lead me to myself.

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And that's why to do as the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that he used to make so frequently that on sedimentology alongside and I said it was the day that the practice of lighting was telling us to make the most

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tepid copy editing and alternative the hearts make my heart firm on your D

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keep me firm on this path. Don't leave me to myself, allow me to be one of those who truly puts their trust in use of Hana

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who truly relies upon us Hana who was at so this is what this means. And it is a tremendous, tremendous tremendous.

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And the process of lady was self taught it to one of the best woman one of the best women of this oma and that is Fatima is daughter of the low tide and and if he was teaching her to say this in the morning in the evening, then how much more so do we need this?

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And we look at these new eyes that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam used to teach to people who were promised paradise

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people who were promised paradise and we're still scared about bringing being from the moon FET

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then how much more so do we need these do we need to be making these these prophetic do I calling upon Allah subhana wa tada with them?

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Just one more time we'll repeat the die.

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Yeah, hi, you have a yo

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B era mochica.

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Study.

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You think you can memorize that part today? Yeah, how you should be pretty easy. Because you know allies with Joe's name and height, you know his name. Right? So we break it down into four. You've already got 25%

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All right, let's go for 50% right. We rock motyka

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as the Z What does esta leave me?

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seeking what

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goes which is aid and assistance. It's simple.

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to St. Anne, it's similar, except that when you seek help from Allah, that's it like all times, whereas seeking the Goethe or that aid, and that assistance is normally at a time of distress at a time of difficulty,

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right? We refer to a study.

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Okay, we rock mochica study, and I'm focusing on STDs because today chapter 14, we're going to be covering Ellis de Vaca.

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So seek assistance by a study

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by who's got 50% of the DA

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Let me hear

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does that go okay? Yeah, how you

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need say a select Lee.

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Schadt knee. cola who, okay, are swiftly chatni cola are swiftly chatni cola. And this means what? rectify my fair. rectify my fair all of us. Okay. Well add to kill me, Elan FC and don't leave me to myself.

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Talk for time, even the blinking of an eye even for the blinking of an eye

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for you. inshallah, today, we're going to cover one chapter from each habit to eat and let me just say this to remind us you know, as we come to the conclusion of what we're going to be able to study from this book we only have two more lessons and shallow data before we want to stop Sunday is going to be the last day of classes and then the remaining four or five days of Ramadan inshallah, tada, there won't be any classes.

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Our Prophet alayhi salatu salam said, when you read in love, we hate on you.

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And I want to remind us of this hadith

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from Allah, Allah wants good for him.

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He gives him 50 of his Deen he gives him understanding of his Deen the fact that Allah subhana wa tada puts in your heart, to want to understand Islam. to want to learn more about your religion is a sign that Eliza gel was good for you. And you should have good thoughts about Allah subhanaw taala. And you should believe that Allah Subhana Allah wants Good for you. And that he's putting in your heart, that inclination

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to learning more about his Deen so that you can draw closer to Him subhana wa tada so that you can learn more about what it is that this life really is about and how to prioritize what you do. Because you can only prioritize once you know what's most important. And what's less important, what's not important at all, and what may harm you. That's the only way you prioritize. Otherwise, a person may prioritize something that is harmful to him. So he spends the majority of his life doing something that is actually going to, he's going to regret later on.

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And so that Allah azza wa jal put in your heart to be inclined to learn more about the deen of Islam is a great sign that Allah subhana wa tada wants good food.

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And the understanding of this hadith is that whoever does not have filk of his Deen that are lost parents, Allah does not want good for that person. And I need to clarify that point just for a minute. Because Allah subhana wa tada is just

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and he is Rahim. And he is wrong. When we say that a loss of family either does not want to do for that person. It's because that person is turned away from Allah.

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That Allah azza wa jal

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just wants something bad to happen to his creation left.

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But it's because Allah subhana wa tada has opened the doors for that person and that person shut the door.

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And that person turned his back. As Eliza Joe says in the Quran for lemans Abu Azhar Hello, Luba. Not that, that that allies will turn their hearts away and turn their hearts straight first. No, they went astray, they turned away from them as they went away off the path.

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rewarded them with what they wanted, which was the turn away from the past. So he turned their hearts away from the back. And that comes frequently throughout the Brian

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mentioned frequently in the setting of the Prophet it is a lot to say.

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And so when a person does not have his religion in

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That's a clear indication

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that Allah subhana wa tada does not want, good for him because of something they've done.

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When you read the last movie, he failed on a movie deal and whoever lost documents before he gives them 50 of the religion, he's the one by His grace, in his paper, chooses to give his favorite to whom He wills from his seat from his service, and guides them to understanding of the religion. And there's nothing in this theme that is more important for you to understand than the rights of Allah subhana wa tada upon you.

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Right? When you talk about relationships,

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when we talk about relationships, many of you are married.

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If you're married, raise your hand.

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Mashallah, Mashallah.

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Allah bless you, and bless your family and bless your offspring.

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That marriage relationship, as as any as any other relationship is based upon rights and responsibilities.

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You have rights over your spouse, she has rights over you.

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Correct. The rights that she has over you.

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As it relates to you are called responsibilities.

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And Allah azzawajal is going to ask you about your responsibilities, the rights that she has over you. He's not going to ask you about what she was supposed to do for you. It wasn't you wasn't supposed to do

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correct. Allies Mattel is going to ask each one of us about our responsibilities not what somebody else did or what they didn't do.

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And so it's important for us because we have a relationship with Allah subhana wa tada He is our master we are His slaves subhana wa tada it's important for us to know his rights over us

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if he lets us know what our rights over him that's a great thing. But it's not necessary and a last minute data has informed us of that I profit I did select to select

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total as he was riding behind

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you know, the rights of a long race service and their rights over him.

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And it's not that we have an inherent right over last few Tyler as if we deserve something. But Allah subhanho wa Taala just says he has prohibited upon himself. He also made it a right for us upon him. That if we fulfill our right to him that he'll enter us gentlemen, what is that right? That we worship Him alone and

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that is a lot as well Joe's right upon us. And if we fulfill that right to Allah subhana wa tada

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then Allah azza wa jal will give us paradise.

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All we have to do is make sure

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well initially,

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like those Jin said, we took that yesterday and we will not commit ship, we will not associate any partners with our Lord subhana wa.

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And that is inclusive of external actions and internal actions. Meaning then your prayer is for a last panel time, your fasting is for alarm, your height is for alarm.

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Your dog is for Allah subhana wa tada to Allah.

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But also your your internal actions, those actions that you do have to be sincere.

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And don't think that this is easy. Some of the greatest scholars of Islam

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have mentioned how difficult classes they have six circles like this for Heidi.

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So they will come and they will say had death in fo land caller had definitely Neverland. Someone so told me that so and so told him that if your brother your lung, Tyler Andrew said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and the students would sit down and they were writing the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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And so one of the scholars of Hadith said that for one happy scenario, one honey, he was in need of many different intentions.

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Why?

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Because when he started out,

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he started out and he sat in this chair. And he saw all of the people looking at him to take knowledge from him. And he says, Okay, this is for a lot and he starts

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and then he looks at somebody smiles, or he sees that this one is paying a lot of attention and then

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He thinks that he's doing something great.

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But it's not him. It has to remain for a lot, and what to Allah alone. And if it's not for a law, he's not rewarded for it if he's doing it, because now he feels like he's a great orator, and that people are listening to him. And now he wants the people to listen to him not to the word of Allah fantatic, not to the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu. So, but he wants to be heard, he wants to be recognized as a Greek scholar, then now his intention is done, one is changed. And so he has to catch himself.

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And now he renews his intention. And it's one last note that a caller had done in a fool and so on, so told us till he gets out the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because it's last class is something

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that requires a lot of efforts. You know why?

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Because you have enough,

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you have an ego.

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Take a step back. Right now, as we approach the end of our fasting day, you start to feel a little bit thirsty, or a lot thirsty, because it was very hot today.

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You start to feel hungry, right?

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What are you feeding?

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What are you feeding

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your soul?

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you're feeding your flesh. Because you as the human being are made up of body and soul. It's not just your body, if the soul leaves the body, what is it, of course,

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it's not it's not, you're not alive. This body is made up of flesh. It's made up of body and soul.

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So as you as you drink, as you eat,

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you're feeding your your body.

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But you also have the soul.

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Part of which is your ego.

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And that ego wants to be fed.

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And when you are sincere, and, and it's for Allah subhanho wa Taala, you're starving your ego.

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You understand it as it's being starved, it's crying out, it wants to be fed, it wants to be recognized. I did this great deed, I spent all of this money for such and such. I'm a great person, I support my message. I do this. And I do that. And I'm a great worshipper. And I'm always in the front row. And I do this for my family. And I'm a great person. And you want your ego to be fed. And when it's when you're when there's a class that ego is starved.

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And so what happens is, and this is what's so great about Ramadan is you can starve it to the point that it dies, let it die, let it die, and let everything be for lots of handling time. But it's easier said than done. And this is why I'm saying when we talk about the right of the last pentatonic, your ego has no right. It doesn't have any right.

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Because what what winds up happening is that you are giving it a degree of worship,

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the worship that that belongs for Allah belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. And this is what we'll call him by name or low tide and refer to other scholars as well referred to as the idols of the heart that have to be destroyed. The same way that the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam destroyed those idols or the Muslims destroyed the idols around the Kaaba, the heart has items that have to be destroyed. And until you destroy them, there's going to be a degree of shoot, even if it is minor, that remains that has to be destroyed. And what we're covering in key tablets so here are all of those issues with covering the worship of Allah subhana wa tada alone those clear things like

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soldering for lost data.

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Like your dues are being for our last panel to add alone as we're going to cover today.

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Like your SDR, then you're seeking refuge main for our last panel title alone, but we also cover the more subtle mass, your love,

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your fear, your hope. You're so welcome. And then all of that has to be for our last panel Tyler along. So this chapter chapter 14, what are we covering?

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chapter number 14 is to seek help and other than Allah is the author or to invoke other than him as an advocate for you. So here we're talking about two

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Different things. And I want to mention the similarities. One is, is that we refer to as the reef, LSD author seeking aid and seeking help at times of difficulty.

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St. hoffa

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is one thing

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and do AI is another thing

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to divert either one of them or to make either one of them for other than the loss of handle in China is an act of shifting and that is because calling upon Allah subhana wa tada is to heat

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and seeking growth seeking Allah subhanaw taala eight is to heat to do the opposite is shift. And this is why our Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam. And no doubt, no doubt.

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That is the haka, which is seeking a loss aid in seeking his help, is a type of door.

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So every is the larva is dry, but not every door. Is, is divided.

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So when you say a stuck federal law, as long as that's do I, but that's not it's the

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understand. So, every is

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every seeking of assistance and aid is good, but not every do i is the heart. But in the process of law, it was at school, the bad, do I is worship, it is the worship, it is the greatest form of worship, that you call upon a loss of habitat, but not just with your tongue, but with the heart, because when you call upon allies who will gel with your hearts, then you are acknowledging that you are appearing that you don't have any

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that you are broken. And that you mean Allah subhana wa tada

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The one who is rich, the one who is self sufficient and independent of his creation who needs nothing sukanta who attack and so when you stand in front of him and you ask him jello gelato, you are recognizing that in his hand is everything that is in the heavens and the earth. There is nothing that you need, except that a large Magellan can provide it for you. And if you turn to other than Allah subhana wa tada Allah will leave you to yourself into that thing which you have turned to. And why would anybody do that?

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Why would anybody turn allies who are jealous?

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If you want anything from sustenance? Why would you ask other than Zach himself?

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He is a fourth. He is the one who forgives if you want to be forgiven. Why would someone turn to other than Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to forgive them.

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Elijah Magellan is the one who you depth coaching and he's the one who manages the affairs of this entire universe. If you need something to shift in your favorite or there's something that has come to you that is harmful and you need it lifted, why would someone call upon other than Allah subhanho wa Taala

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why well Latina today

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my yummy Khun

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Pamela, but

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yeah, I mean, this is in and of itself. Every person memorizes this I internalizes the meeting, it should be enough to suffice. That has to be for Allah subhana wa tada and allies are a joke alone and we as Muslims should not call upon anyone other than Allah. What Medina Allah subhanaw taala said to the bush became

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one Latina

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man may empty food in America for those who you call upon besides Allah.

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do not own even a pill to me. You don't kiss me this.

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This is a good time to talk about that.

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What's up? It's me anymore. Yeah.

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The vibra the membrane surrounding the day, okay, you know when you eat the date right now. Okay. Around the seat, there's a little film, right?

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That's up to me in a large hotel is saying they don't even own that which is worthless, by the way.

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You can't do anything with it. As far as I know, it doesn't have any nutritional value. You can't sell it. It has nothing to do with the pizza.

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Lars Magellan saying they don't even own that much.

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into the room.

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Yes, man. Oh,

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well, I'm semi you, Mr. Jabu. Lacan are yo PMS. iya Coronavirus Shin Kiko?

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Well my nephew came in through severe,

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like, a last minute dialysis into the room last night.

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If you call upon them, what? They don't hear you. They don't hear you.

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And then Allah Subhana Allah says, here. Yeah, I mean, just to give you a hypothetical just to give you a hypothetical walo semi you and even if they could hear you must have dabbled at home. They wouldn't answer your prayers. They couldn't answer your prayers.

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Well, oh, send me a message yahoo.com and then what yo mo pm it yet funabashi come in on the day of reckoning on Yeoman piano when you're standing in front of Allah subhana wa Tada. And you have to answer for this do I that you have made to his creation and that Tim subhana wa Tada. They're going to turn their back on you.

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Yet furono Bishop Kiko they're gonna say we're calling upon us. We reject that we weren't. We weren't pleased with that. We didn't want them to call upon us.

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No matter what they may be, whatever kind of idols they are, whether they're statues, whether there's some type of you know, pillars and altars,

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tombs and shrines, whatever they may be,

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yet foolery should keep coming. They are going to reject they are going to do Cooper to your shirt. Eliza gel called the shirt What did illustrate that a call should carry we need to pay attention to this what what is he saying that they're doing prostrating to them? slaughtering for them? No they're making dua to them. A law says that that is should a law setting not me not the author not this person or that person don't go blaming people in Saudi Arabia or something like that. A law set it into Brian

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well yo Mel pm it yet furuno we should keep them on the day of tm they will reject your shirt what is their shirt that they called upon other than Allah, therefore calling upon other than Allah subhanahu wa tada

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by the text of the Quran is should.

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And then Eliza Dell says in no one will inform you, like Elsevier, a loss of analytic data,

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who is all aware

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of everything, subpoena who was this first, if you memorize it, it'll save you a lot of trouble.

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Because you'll know at that point, that do I has to be for Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. And as the scholars say, and not just the scholars of Islam, by the way, the scholars of religion in general, recognize that the first form of idolatry in mankind,

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the first form of idolatry, and mankind was calling upon the dead.

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And the celestial beings,

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called calling upon the dead, as we know as Muslims,

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was the ship of the people of Newark.

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And making do I am asking celestial beings, stars and the sun and the moon and planets in these types of things, was the shift of the people of who,

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even

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people that

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no matter what the first form of idolatry was to

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the other than Allah subhana wa tada calling upon other than Allah. And it is the form of idolatry that exists.

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Unfortunately, until today, and that many of the people who ascribe themselves to the oma Mohammed that is slightly silent still until today do. In fact, in this message of ours, especially of the prophet Isaiah selected us today, we still have some people who go to the grave of the Prophet is that

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Sudan and ask the Prophet directly. Instead of asking Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And our Lord diligent Allah has informed us that we have to call upon him, and no one else besides Him and that is his right that he has over us.

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illustrated to Allah is the one who created us. He is the one who brought us to existence. He is the one who sustains us. He is the one who provides for us, He is the one who forgives us. So Hannah, who were to add that when we sin, well may have fiddled a little bit in the law. And what was it that can forgive sins, except for last time, he is the one that who in his hand is the heavens in the earth and dominion of the heavens and earth.

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And the entire universe. It is upon him that we have to direct our do. So the author for him a hula hoop to either for this chapter brings five proofs to prove his point, four eyes and one Hadith. But we're going to

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delay

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the explanation of this chapter until tomorrow and shout out to Allah because it's already

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a bit later. And in the lifetime, if there are any questions that you have, on this topic, we'll discuss it or about Ramadan, or about fasting or bounce to cancel fitsum or about the E or any questions that you have revolving around these issues. Today is the day to ask because we may not get the opportunity into in the coming days to add to answer as many questions in the last panel data knows best. Also, we want to stop a bit earlier today, because it's Friday, and we want to leave time for do as our Prophet is allowed to Samantha informed us that

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there is an hour a SAT or a time period on the day of Joomla in which the UI is not rejected. And many of the companions of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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held that time to be the last hour of Joomla and the after acid and before lunch. So we also want to take some extra time and shout out to Adam today to make dry. So Danny questions until that time it will take those questions now. And then we'll go into the discussion about this chapter tomorrow be in the nighttime.

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Now

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during umbrella if you being an ear between a certain moment, and you want to

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play

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finishing

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time so the question I'll repeat the question as it as it came. And but there's a there's a number of things that need to be addressed in the question the question it says, if you're a mecca, and you want to make your own moolah

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by going to mesh it at Isha.

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And you go between Muslims, we wrote between ISIS and Monday.

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Should you make should you still make two records for assuming Iran?

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Even though the time is a time that is a prohibited time to prayer pray that is the time between ISIS and Muslim? And the same question. If you finish to law between us of and Muslim, should you should you make two rock acts after having performed to walk even though it is a time that is prohibited to pray? There are about five different issues

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that are packed into that one question. I'll try to address them one by one in shallow time. The first is making armor from Russia.

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That's the first issue. Is that something that is even recommended or desirable to do? And the answer is no. It's not recommended and it's not desirable that a person make armor up from mesh it will be a lot of time to enhance the sooner of our profit. I didn't select to Sam was to assume if I'm from the macaques formula, whether that be caught, be late or you're loving them or any of the other millipedes that is that a person is outside of the mean cons. They assume the font and they come in that is the sooner My message is to lie to us today. And that was the way of the companions of the Allahu tan Daniel is that they would assume a command from the macaque. It was not known that

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it was up there normal practice to go outside of the huddle area, the sanctuary to go outside of that area and assume a crime and come in and make a home run and then go back out and assume that line and come in and make a home run and make 100 homeless on one trip.

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Or more than one for that matter, that was not the practice of the campaigns. And the reason why and Allah subhana wa tada knows best is that omura consists of three main things, and they cannot so often say

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and say, and so off is better than say. And so they're already in Mecca. And instead of going all the way out in the time is going to take to go out, they can make tomorrow, and make another tomorrow and make another two off. And this is what they were known to do, and examine until off, that they would make a lot of two off. And that is better than going out and making many, many homeless.

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The exception to that.

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And I do think it's important to state that though some of the latter scholars of Islam have said that, not only is it not desirable, but that it is an innovation in Islam to do that. Though some of the latter, scholars have said that that that opinion is not correct. It's not an innovation, it was done during the time of the early or the

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early taby. And the ladder of the Sahaba. It was done, though it was not done frequently. It was not done frequently, and to consider it to be an innovation, though it was practiced and don't the majority of the scholars of Islam and from the four different widad all say that it is permissible

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to come and say it's an innovation after six or 700 years is a bit of a stretch, like so that's that's that, however, as I mentioned, is not something that's desired.

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Except under the following circumstance, and that is,

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if a person wants to perform Umrah on the behalf of a deceased relative, for example, and they don't believe that they will have the opportunity to come to Mecca again. And then from a distant land, this may be their only opportunity to come to me, they don't expect to come back next year or four years from now or anything like that. So with that being the case, then they can show a long time to go out to measure the action and perform on behalf of

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their deceased relative if they so desire. The second part of your question is, if that oma has been assumed,

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after awesome, or any time of the day, when the Prophet somebody was selling prohibitive prayer, which is from after fudging until sunrise, and it is during the time,

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right before the hook on the Sun reaches its zenith. So approximately 12 to 15 minutes before the door time. And then from after awesome until

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those times the Prophet sallallahu wasallam mentioned our times that it is prohibited to break.

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And then it gets even worse, or it's more prohibitive that the

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the severity of the prohibition increases when the sun is actually rising and setting. And what we mean by that

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is that you have a horizon, it's like this. The minute that you see the sun,

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though you won't see the entire sun yet the minute that you see the top of the sun coming up, that's considered to be a severe, severe prohibition, praying at that particular time. And this is why the times that they have for sure, Oh, you want to wait about 12 to 15 minutes after what so that the sun is fully above the horizon before you pray?

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And sunset the same thing. So 15 minutes before mother It was so you don't want to pray during that time because the sun is is setting at the time. It's severe prohibition. So the question is

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we want to pray the two rakats that you pray upon assuming Iran and those who are cast him out on chemo low tide and mentioned that there is it's not that they are assumed that there's consensus amongst the scholars that those two rakaats are assumed to pray

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even though there are some latter scholars who say otherwise.

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So, the issue here comes down to another topic, which is, can I pray, what are known as a solo act, the way to expand those prayers that have a direct reasoning for them, or there's a direct cause for me to make this prayer, not just something that I I just want to pray because you can just want to pray and pray between door NASA for example, if you want to pray 100 rockets, you can pray 100 rockets even China was known to pray 300 rockets a day.

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And some of the scholars would like them. Just

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Pray, those are no effing Salawat devices, especially those which have a reason behind them are for example allistic car, you want to practice the car or entering the mesh,

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or this particular topic, which we have at hand, which is to pray the to rack x score, assuming they have, and likewise the two rakaats that are after the tour. And the Prophet, somebody with some of the specifically said to those who watch the Kaaba do not prevent anyone from praying to rock as after too long at any time of the day. So they're to be great. And if you pray any I would avoid what could they call shift into name, which is that severe prohibition, which is while the sun is actually rising or setting Other than that, inshallah, for both assuming Iran and for making too long, you can pray the two rakats.

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Sorry.

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Yeah. Again, those those

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prayers, the two rakaats, right. I assume that if someone does not do them, they're not sinful, and they are still valid. So the two rakaats should be prayed after talk.

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After the show, any will sit on. Any other questions

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that are not personal questions.

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Man.

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Immediately after the prayer, yes.

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The questioner says, How do I know

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that my Toba has been accepted by alone?

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That's the first question.

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And the second question is, if a person has done as committed a lot of sins

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should they not give slams to the Prophet said a lot while he was setting them.

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Because he wouldn't want to accept the salams from somebody who has committed a lot of sense.

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It's like, first question, how do you know that your tober has been accepted by Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And the answer to that is when tab but to have a loved one, whoever truly turns to Allah subhana wa tada in repentance, allies or until accepts his repentance. And we should never ever have the type of thoughts about Allah subhana wa Tada. That would make us think that he hasn't accepted us and we're sincere.

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Allah azza wa jal is pretty.

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He's generous. And he is wrong, he's compassionate, and he has a hand he's merciful. There's no way that a person truly turns in repentance to a loss of power to Ireland, and allies, which rejects his repentance, if he's sincere.

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At the same time, we have to make sure that our repentance is in fact sincere, and that we're not putting a barrier between our repentance, and a being accepted by loss of habitat.

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And so there are three main things that a person has to do, in order for his repentance to be sincere.

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And those three things relate to the past, the present and the future. The first is that a person has to feel remorse, genuinely

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feel bad about the sins that they have committed.

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Not just something that they want to say off the top of the stump for the last two weeks, but that they really recognize that the things that they have done in front of a loss of habitat are shaped.

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They wouldn't do these things in front of their parents. They wouldn't do these things in front of their boss they wouldn't do them in front of their sheep. The Man of the Match did they want to do these things, but yet they felt comfortable enough to do them in front of

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a severe Allah

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subhana wa Tada.

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They felt comfortable enough to do them in front of the one who sees everything. They felt comfortable enough to worship to to disobey Allah subhana wa tada in a land that aligns with what you're creating, or to say something that they know Allah Subhana Allah heard, so they feel bad about that feel ashamed.

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And that's the

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that is the catalyst of Tobin,

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in an Arabic is called a negative.

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And the Prophet somebody with some said, and matoba that remorse is Toba.

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And that is because it's the most important part of your job. But everything else stems from you really having that feeling of feeling as remorseful and regretful for the last time. But that's as it relates to the past.

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As it relates to the present,

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then you refrain from committing that sin.

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And that's the second condition for a valid repentance is that you totally stop doing that sin.

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So if there are

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there's anyone listening

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who feels bad about the fact

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that they have committed Zina.

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But you still have the phone number of that girl in your phone.

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It is no Tobin till you get rid of that relationship. Totally.

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You have no connection to that person. That person is not allowed for you.

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The number has to go.

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The email has to go. The chats have to go because that person is harmed.

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And if you really are making Toba, that Toba requires not only that you feel bad about it or to claim to feel bad about or you fake that you feel bad about.

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But that everything that relates to that has to cease and desist.

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You have to refrain from that sin.

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If you feel bad about having

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spoken about someone in defaming them,

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then it's not enough that you feel bad about what happened in the past, you have to fix it. Now. You have to reframe, number one, you have to stay away from those people get you into the sin

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and you have to correct it with that individual. That is how you cease and desist and refrain from committing the sin in the present.

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And then you have to have firm resolve

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that you will not commit that sin again.

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That is in your heart, you are determined. You have full determination that you will not go back to that sense, no matter what it may be.

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If a person does this, this is Toba and this is accepted by Allah subhana wa.

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And Allah azza wa jal be in the lab upon accepting your Toba and you really wanting to rectify yourself and be upright allies, which will give you the trophy to be upright. And if you don't see that trophy, it doesn't mean that your or perhaps you may even fall back into the city a year later or six months. It doesn't mean that a large hotel didn't accept your total. It means that you need to perform Toba again.

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And this time, strive harder to please Allah subhanho wa Taala but you can't live your life.

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Oh Allah send me a sign that you've accepted my Toba? No, you can't live your life like that. There's no birds gonna fall out the sky for you.

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Believe in your heart and know that Ally's is generous. And he wants your total? Well, yes. He told us at the last minute Allah enjoys, and is delighted by your tone.

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He loves that we turned to him supine on one side, and we shouldn't hold back from turning to him.

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In terms of the second question,

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which is that a a person who has committed many sins? Should they not go

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to give some credence to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam? And the answer is absolutely. They can go and give salaams to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and they should say whenever they say the name of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because that in fact is sending this olanzapine the prophet SAW the light it was something in the fact that you are in the proximity of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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does not mean by any stretch of the imagination that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam knows that you are a sinful person or pious person or otherwise ever walk in a city body alone Tana and drew upon the death of our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he stood on the bottom of this message.

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And he said to the rest of the campaigns,

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and he was the one who loved the Prophet sallallahu I think it was sell them the most there was no one who loved from the humans, who loved the Prophet sallallahu Sallam more than ever bucket is a deacon there was no one he loves more than ever, but him as Sydney and his daughter is about the alarm.

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abubaker is a deep one on the member. And he said, When can we do Mohammed?

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Mohammed then cut met whoever from amongst you are used to worship Mohammed. So a lot of it was similar. Mohammed is dead. Listen to what he said. So not what I said or use. He said

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that Muhammad is dead. woman can a Yahoo do love for in the law. I don't know your moves and whoever used to worship Allah. Allah is high, like we took today. Allah is alive, and he will never die.

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So we don't worship Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he's our messenger, and we don't deny His Messenger ship. And we love him more than we love our own parents. And we love him more than we love our children. Some of them love it with something.

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But we have to not raise them above the level that Allah Subhana which Allah gave him, some of them in our lives

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in Netcat, on Mohammed in the comedian's

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maybe. And they are also going to die, you're going to die, they're going to die.

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No, that's not the point is that Allah subhana wa tada says to the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam that you are may get from the word motes, which means that so the process ally there was Southern.

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When you go to give him the celebs,

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you are going to say I said, MIT, that you have to walk into LA.

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And then you're going to move to the side that wants to give some answers.

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And

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have the alone time. And that's it. And you're going to do that, even if you are a person who has many sins, many sins. And that doesn't stop a person from an ally. I mean, one of the greatest things that a person can do to soften his heart.

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And to turn back to Allah subhanaw taala and begin to leave away of sin

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is in the follow?

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A man came to us anniversary, to add a

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customer to me, and he was complaining to him that he felt that his heart was hard.

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And so it hasn't took him to the grave, to the cemetery, right? You took them to the cemetery. And he said, look at look at these graders.

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If you were in their position,

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meaning you were dead, just like they are. What would you hope for? What would you hope for? What do you think this man said? What would you hope for if you went to the booth here right now you look at the group, what do you think that they would hope for and then

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they would hope for a chance to come back? Landy mm salia I can just come back and just do some more righteous deeds. I want to do more righteous deeds. I want my skills to be heavy. That's what a person wants.

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So has an imbecile researcher this way, what do you think they want? He said I would, I would want to come back and do righteous deeds. He said you are living what they wish for you right now are living their dream. their dream is to come back and do righteous deeds. You're still alive, you can do these righteous deeds.

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Go into the grave I profit I did select two synonyms and put it through and I hate to.

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I used to prohibit you all from visiting the great buy. You think the prophesied sentiment, the beginning of a slam prohibited the Muslims from visiting the greatest. It's because people of all religions have a natural tendency for their hearts to be attached to their loved ones who have died. And so you'll hear people say, and this is very common in the West.

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They avoided an accident. My father was watching over me My mother was watching over me my brother, this angel that somewhere around them because they had this belief about the deceased so the prophet SAW I sent him one day

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To be no connection to that, no hints of there being a connection to the dead. So the prophets like Selim, say, Come to the hatred from as the entrepreneur I used to prohibit you from visiting the graves. I laugh a zoo, but now visitor for in the deck you will as well because they remind you of the year after. And so a person who was sinful should not stay away from visiting the cemetery you should go to the cemetery and say to do it that is legislated upon entering the cemetery. So that might come and let the young men and Muslim and non Muslim even Masha Allah, Allahu

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Allah Allah Allah Malathion,

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the prophecy so I'm used to make this to act upon entering the Philippines. So in any event, a person since should never prevent them from knowing that these and Allah subhana wa tada knows best we're going to stop there's kind of a lot you have a question. But

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how many rounds have

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been the time that a that the shoulder is uncovered is only now for the tail off of Ramadan. It's only for the 12th of ombre and it's for all seven times around. After the seventh time the shoulder is covered. A person goes to the McCollum of Ebrahim and he prays to write guides behind them a common Ebrahim with his shoulders cover any toe off that is done after that that is not done in Iran. Obviously, the shoulder is going to be covered. And if a person, for example, does not take their time off, and it may be they don't want to go back all the way and they still want to make another talk but they don't want to go all the way back to the hotel and change their clothes. And I

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just want to do another two off after the comma. And after having cut their hair then that's no problem as well but they should leave the shoulders covered ceramic alone and come to the shuttle died and to stop