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Tahir Wyatt

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So,

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now

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I know that

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that's not enough. Melina Mayor de la, la la, la la la, la la, la la la la la la la sharika. Mashallah Mohammed Abu Salam on a while Ernie wasafi. We'll send them. We'll send them an email Monday and marang Melange today shallow data we're going to cover in the next 50 minutes, I guess, shallow until the Adana rasa, we're going to talk about

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what is known as LPN and coupon, or the major resurrection

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are the major standing,

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meaning those events that take place in the time a person is resurrected until they cross the sea line. So the sea Aunt Annie before one enters their final destination.

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And so

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I'm going to require participation. So

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especially if you're up against the wall, and we're calling frequently.

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Because I think I was gonna seek people moving off the wall. That's a good thing.

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Because I think it's very important that this is not a one way street. I think that people learn a lot more when they're forced to think about the information that's coming to them. And the information that we are going to get today is not optional to know.

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These are not things that I need. As you all know,

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we're required

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to believe

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in the last day, that correct or incorrect. Okay. What's the difference between

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the hereafter and the last day?

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crickets?

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Yes.

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Okay, so I'll repeat the answer. That was mentioned. He said that the Hereafter is dealing with Jenna. Jenna me hell and paradise.

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Whereas the last day is dealing with the judgment which takes place before obviously, before Jenna and not fight.

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We have a different opinion on it. Anyway, yes.

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the Hereafter is eternal. Okay.

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And the last day is a period of time.

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That is actually correct, but it needs a little bit more.

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Okay. Okay, let's, let's start. I'll give you an example. Oh, you ready?

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Okay. All right. So, so let me let me give you an exam

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around

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is, has he experienced the last day you

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know,

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someone who died yesterday? Have they experienced the last day?

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Are they experiencing the hereafter?

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Yeah, yes. And this is what is meant when the SCADA saved from a meta for cut comments PM, to the one who dies, his hereafter has begun. So the hereafter refers to everything that takes place after death.

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And just like death is different for people to hear after for them is different. I mean, in terms of time, but the Hereafter is eternal. Once a person dies, they start their new life.

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The last day is referring to the things that we're going to be talking about being the legs either which is everything that deals with lpm Okay, so once the horn is blown

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And bodies and souls are resurrected.

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All the way up until that point of entering one's final destination that is considered to be the last day.

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And as we know, that doesn't mean that it's 24 hours. All right, so is it is it that time span, though that's called the last day, but the hereafter It is therefore, is the last day part of the hereafter.

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Yes, yes, but not vice versa. So a person is experiencing the Hereafter, but not necessarily experienced in the last day. Alright, so I hope that's clear.

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Gee.

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So, with the law, what we're going to

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cover today,

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are those things that a believer should be conscious of, obviously, me to say this to you, before we go into a lot of detail. as Muslims,

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we really should be honored

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that Allah subhanho wa Taala has blessed us with revelation

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that has stayed in its pristine form,

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pure unadulterated until today. And it will remain that way.

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And that's a blessing from Allah Subhana Allah, because you only know about the hereafter how

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to Revelation, right? You can't, you can't, like go to sleep, have a dream and, and then you wake up and like get this deep. Know that you don't get into dreaming, you don't get it through thinking about it.

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That the Hereafter is true his from the light, which means from the unseen.

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And from the qualities of the people of Tableau is that they believe in the unseen, Allah, Allah says out of man means that he can travel loudly, but he who doesn't live out of land flat mean, that is a book of our series, no doubt, it's guidance for them. And then almost fantastic, tells us who the monoterpene are the first quality of the Latina, Latina, you know, like those who believe in the unseen, from them belief in the unseen, is belief in the last day.

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All right, his belief in the Hereafter, in general. So

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we only know about the hereafter

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through revelation, as there is no there is no px, we can't sit up there and say, well, because it's like this in the dunya is going to be like this in the hereafter. But this is a blessing that allows fans Allah has given us who will see from the fruit speed, the length of that belief in the Hereafter, we'll see how that should impact our belief, how it should impact our actions, our behavior, the way we treat other people that do is that we make all of that we'll see, because we're not here to learn for the sake of learning.

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Yes, there's a lot of things and you'll see this amongst students of knowledge and see this amongst the scholars that you will see that kind of debate, which is

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may not necessarily have any action directly related to it, but it's mental exercise, right? It's something to keep you sharp.

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But that shouldn't be the majority of why you're learning. And it shouldn't be that you're learning so that you can just know I know more about you than this, than about this particular issue. It should have some immediate impact on how you carry yourself. And so we can, that's what we're going to stop Today, we're gonna say, your belief in this, how does that affect the way that you move in this life? What you do? Okay, because just starting for the sake of learning, I think we'd be on that point.

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So what we're going to cover today, in shallow data, or those aspects of

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what happens from the resurrection, till the Ceylon till crossing this Iran we learn and how that should impact our lives. And again, this is something that we as Muslims should be proud. I don't know how many of you have studied in Judaism was study Christianity, to other faiths that have some belief in the hereafter. But I'm telling you, telling you, they have no concept of what really happens. Any of you used to be Christian?

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Okay, well, you know, what, what does Christianity teach about the here

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are the details about what gender is like? What you haven't, in fact, in fact, some of them actually criticize Islam.

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Because they say see and hear you guys talk about spouses and you talk about drinking and you talk about all of these things.

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carnal pleasures, right pleasures of the body. You know, and now we were talking about spiritual, you know,

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satisfaction in the hereafter. And that's all in love and being close to God and whatever the concept of God is. But But the point is they really don't have any details about the era

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because they don't have the pure teachings of a Saudi Salento Sudan.

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And the Jews are even

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closer to looking at the hereafter as being allegorical.

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Some of them do believe in the hereafter. But some of them don't really believe like that. Everything really all it's all about this life.

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salvation for them is very different Jews place a lot of salvation on action, not belief and action actions about what you do not exactly why you do it. But what you do.

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Christians put a lot of emphasis on faith for salvation, not so much what you do. But do you believe?

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Do you believe that

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that atonement was through the blood of Christ, and if you don't believe that, it doesn't matter how good you are, or how Muslim you were, that you were sincere. If you don't believe that, then there is no

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there is no salvation for you. And so it's beautiful to look at the balance of Islam.

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And the fact that salvation is that combination of both belief and action, obviously, with the grace of Allah subhana wa Tada, because none of you are going to enter gentlemen, by his or her deeds as the Prophet sallahu wa sallam said,

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so the fact that we have these details,

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is something that we should not take for granted. You see books, even in English, you see books dedicated solely to the hereafter.

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There's no other Dean that can do that. Because they just don't have the text.

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They don't have the textual evidence for that. And it slam does. And that's when the virtues of our dean and we should be ever thankful to Allah subhanho wa Taala, that He has given us this information, because it does help us to navigate this life. All right, as you'll see, in Charlottetown, we cover what we covered today.

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In order to make this as succinct as possible, because obviously, you don't have a lot of time.

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I mean, if we were to dedicate, let's say, six or seven lessons to just what happens between

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the time that a person is raised from his cover from from his grave, until the Ceylon, we still probably wouldn't be able to cover it in the detail that's necessary. So to kind of condense that into 40 minutes, is a hefty text. So inshallah we're going to do is, we're going to cover something that's already available in English. And the reason I like to do this is because I want to give you something that you can go back to and read. And the most concise

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and accurate account, in my opinion, what I've seen in the English language, most concise and accurate account is that which was covered by SQL 17 me on a human level data, and allow Peter Russell to you. So he has a section is dedicated to the hereafter as a whole. And then there's that part that deals specifically with the resurrection to the serum. So that's what we're going to cover today in the length data. And we're going to go over it

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concisely. And I think that I just want to pull out a few points between the two either, so that you can have the knowledge of what happens because it you know, some people tell you when you really can't know what happens after death, Kenny.

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This is what you know, very common for non Muslims to say that you really don't know we do know.

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We know.

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Is that is that true or not?

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How can you know how can you be certain about something you haven't experienced?

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Because I lost my dad. I said so. In his profit. It is salatu salam says yes.

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It's your belief that you know as best as belief,

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belief doesn't necessarily bring certainty.

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certainty negates down. All right. So let me ask you something.

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If somebody told you that the stove is on.

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And he said that if you touch it, it's going to burn your finger.

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What do you think?

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Can you believe that? Can you have certainty that that's the case?

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No, not because you've experienced it, because you trust the person that's telling you.

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That person told you listen, that stove is on in his hand, and if you touch it's gonna burn your finger.

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That's called

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an ELT. That is certain knowledge.

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Why? Because you don't know that person to be a liar. That person told you is oil, you know that they've experienced that. You're good.

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Now, that's

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right, because we know and I lost friends, Allah mentioned to us the apenas how many times three times. So then he is I ended up

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now you actually see the stove, you see that as lit from the inside, right, you might even see the chicken inside of the cooking. Now you you have a nother level of certainty, not that you got it the first time it was going down. But now there's another level because what, because you see that they open up the stove and you stick your hand inside. Now you've experienced that's called what happened.

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The reality of, of certainty.

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So, just because we haven't experienced the Hereafter, even for people who claim to have near death experience, so I'm not going to negate that. But my point is, even the majority of us have never even claimed to experience the hereafter. That doesn't mean that we can't have certainty about it. And we should realize that as Muslims, if Allah Subhana, Allah told us in the price, and the profit it is, so that's what Sam told us in his sermon with them. That's it, we are certain that that is what's going to happen. Because the creator of this life is the one who created the next slide. And that's what he says is going to happen. That's how it's going down. All right. So shallow childhood

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just to, to summarize what we're going to cover, we may not have the ability to go into the evidence of each single point, but a lot of people listen to this part specifically checklist and does not go outside of the text. Meaning that he may use his own words, those words that directly based on what is coming the bride, or what has been narrated in the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah to select to Sudan. The only part where one may have a degree of differing is that shake of the stand may have

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based his statements on a high D, that not every scholar of Hadees agrees is authentic. All right. And at the end of the day, everything that we believe about the hereafter has to be based on context, we there's no way that we can make PS off of something that has happened in the dunya type shape.

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Start off

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with the part where it says part of faith in elastic

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from our last

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part of faith in the last day, is to have faith in everything reported by

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what comes after death. So they believe in the trials of the grave, and the punishment of the grave and its blessings. As for the trial, people will be interrogated, they will be questioned in their greatness, it will be sent to a man who is your Lord Mel Robbins, what is your religion, Matt Dino, who is your Prophet, mending the beading, then, after this trial, whether it is bless, or whether it is punishment, the great resurrection

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will be established and the souls will return to their body.

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Alright, so here we have a few points that we need to cover. I'm assuming that you all dealt with the the great, the punishment emigrate that was covered.

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Alright.

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Just to kind of summarize that point, who's punished in a greatest

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Kufa by anyone else?

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hypocrites.

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Those who have disobedience or lost hands out right so sometimes, there are some Muslims, who will be punished in a great way as the loss of habitat and not to punish us in the room. So lots of hands out and to make our graves expansive and make us for most of the righteous by you.

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It will be sent to a man who is your Lord What is your religion and who is your prophet

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five

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world

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People in this life

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who say, Robbie Allah, Dini al Islam, the big Mohammed on Salalah, it was suddenly Will they be able to answer those questions properly in the hereafter?

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Not all of

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because some of them who say that are hypocrites.

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Some of the people who say,

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Rob be alone in this life, Dini al Islam, maybe Mohammed and some of them, some of them are not Muslim. They pretend to be Muslim, for whatever reason, but they're not. Some of them pretend to be Muslim because they've been paid by an agency to pretend to be Muslim. And we shouldn't.

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We shouldn't discount that. And we need to remember where we are. And the fact that this Deen in the prominence of the Muslims is not beloved by everybody.

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There definitely shout out to from the it's from mankind that would love to see us separated and divided.

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So they pretend to be from us, suddenly to cause friction, and factions and most of the leaders.

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There are other people that pretend to be Muslim for purposes of marriage, some type of compensation that they're going to get.

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So not everybody that says, and believe they existed at the time of the Prophet It is like, how would we not think that they exist today?

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Right? At the same time is not for us to go around looking at everybody in the masjid and trying to say, Maybe he's

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worried about yourself.

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Fear the fend for yourself. fear that you might have some of the traits of the hypocrites and be aware.

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Just be watchful. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam used to frequently recite sorbitan when Effie Poon

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on July. Why on July DC,

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because because that's when everybody would gather in the privacy center, one of them to know you know who you are.

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Here's your here's the qualities of the moon African, remind the believers that these are the qualities just be be cautious. All right, so not everybody in this life, says Rob Viola is going to have the tofield to say that in the hereafter. And not everybody who doesn't speak Arabic in this life, they don't know how to save up the elephant in the hereafter they'd be able to answer because of lost fans, it is a bit cold sent a low will give them that firmness with his firm word. And they'll be able to answer those questions in the hearing. And it's about that two feet from a lot to handle data at the same time. We should teach, teach ourselves and teach our children to be

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constant. And say about these will be laying a bed or really slamming dinner, when we were hammered in Salalah. It will send them an idea that this is something that should come very easy off of our tongue. Something that we should say often, as a matter of fact, the problems like seldom used to teach us to say it often during the day Does anybody know when

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to rely on the same dealer?

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Okay, in the morning in the evening, there's a Howdy.

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Yes, there's a there's a hadith where the prophet Isaiah salatu salam said that it should be said three times in the morning three times in the evening, some of the scholars of Hadith have a problem and they say it's not necessarily authentic. But this one is definitely authentic.

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And it should be said five times a day

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after the event. So after the mo and then at the at the very end of the day when when the more as it says a lot, a lot. A lot. Why should 199 in the low end, Mohammed those who love Him have been listening me, Dena, Mohammed and solo on he was at the

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time.

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What if you don't hear the event?

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You go by the schedule? No, go to the master early. Listen to the event and say it after you hate it. There's no other time. It's not It's not much work. And it's not legislated. It's not sanctioned, that you say that, you know, after your clock or your phone calls the event. That's not what he said this I

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know that this is an encouragement for us if we want that reward and we want you know those. We want that to be written for us that we try to get to them actually earlier. All right. So what's our first point then?

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What's our first point, something that we see because again, we're not studying this stuff. We're not just studying for the sake of knowledge, we need to study for the sake of implementation. All right. And so our first point is what make a sticky note, take out your pen for writing what you're

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going to the mesh it early, so you can hear the event.

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And give the reward of saying that

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or that after hearing the event, or being close enough to the mesh to,

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to hear the event from your home, or whatever, what you have to do. But the point is,

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at least now you can say in this next week,

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in the next week, right? It's Sunday. So in the next week, I want to make sure that I do that at least two or three times, right? To put put things in place, that you now are going to change certain behavior in your life, to work around your knowledge of the hero, you got our fight. So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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said that these two angels will come, they're going to interrogate, interrogate a person in his grave. And again, you already dealt with that. So we're not going to go into that. And then Chiklis stand by him a long time goes on to say,

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not then after this trial, whether it is blessed, or whether it is punishment, than the greater resurrection will be established, and souls were returned to the bodies. That is that everything

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that happens prior to the pursuit, and everything that happens prior to the form being blown. And the bodies and souls being resurrected together. That everything that happens before that is known as lpm, a Sula, the minor PM, and that's the one that is specific to each individual.

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Adult don't take this knowledge for granted, I'm almost guaranteeing you you can walk around even people have studied this limb.

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Without properly understanding the Hereafter, these terms are going to be confusing to them. And as you read the grind, you're not really going to be understanding

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how things work, when does this happen? Okay, and inshallah Tada, it is my plan during the summer be delighted to just do a course on the hereafter. So we can cover some of these things a little bit more detail, talk about some of the differences of opinion amongst the scholars about these events. And the reason why they would be a difference of opinion is because of the interpretation of text, obviously, we're not talking about, you know, somebody just coming off the top of their head. Alright.

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So

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Shaykh was saying about him, a boss says to him about daddy and fits in my email with my that he learns acumen. So there is going to be at the person is interrogated, that person is either going to be experiencing bliss in the grave, or they're going to be experiencing some form of punishment, until that means major resurrection is established.

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The resurrection will be establish which the law conveyed in his book, and on the tongue of his messaging, and a selector westerdam. And over which the Muslims have a consensus, they're unified that is, in the belief of this, we're in, okay, and that's important to know, there's each map that there will be a resurrection. So this is, like, there's certain things about the hereafter that if you don't know, it's okay.

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Meaning that if you don't know about them, your belief, it doesn't affect your belief in the hereafter as a whole. So for example, if somebody went to

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a Muslim, and said, how would we stand in front of a lost pantile? Will we be barefoot? Will we be new? So I don't really know. That doesn't pay here, so you don't believe in here.

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But if you ask them, are we going to be resurrected and

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be resurrected?

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That is COVID binyomin.

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Because there's consensus amongst the Muslims, that were going to be resurrected and lost count Allah says in the Quran, we're talking about the Kufa, Zara Molina capital, la Yuba, it could be

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so many

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people man moved to

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Allah Subhana. Allah says that the Kufa

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claimed that they won't be resurrected than that claim that

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They won't be resurrection is a claim of who the Muslims are the Kufa the claim of the Kufa, those who disbelieve and say, we're not going to be resurrected.

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Say, certainly by your Lord, by law, you will be resurrected, and you will be informed about what you used to do.

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And so you see, one of the major themes of the brand is belief in the hearing. And so if you pick up the Quran, and you just start reading,

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you're going to find it very difficult to avoid reading about the hereafter. And most most of us start memorizing where I'm from where from sorts of buckler sort of the next, sort of the next, in that class Jews have the brightest call. Jews, I'm the majority of Jews, I'm dealing with belief in Iran. All right. And that's because belief in the hereafter changes your worldview.

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See, people who don't believe in the hereafter will lie. And they believe you only bet you only live once mentality.

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Excuse their whole vision, excuse the way they view this life, because they don't have any direction.

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Belief in the hereafter helps you to navigate this life, it helps you to put things in perspective, to realize that time here is very short. You do only live once, but it doesn't mean it means you only live in this on this earth once. It doesn't mean that it's over when you die. So that's why it's very important that you know we have, we have a clear picture about what is going to happen

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when you die. So Allah Subhana Allah says, We are fine. She was saying to me here, he's saying the resurrection is going to be established.

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People will rise from their graves not publishing, about over which the Muslims have consensus. That was the point I was trying to make, you know, people rise from the grave in front of their Lord barefoot, naked and uncircumcised, the study was run near to them and sweat will pour over them, then the scales will be set up, that the deeds of the servants would be weighed. That's the law says translation means that whoever has the skill, any with good deeds, those are among the successful and whoever has the skill light with with these, they are those who have lost their souls to abide in hell.

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sink in.

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People will rise from their graves in front of the Lord. So when the

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horn is blown,

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and people rise,

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they will rise and that is called a mashup

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mesh.

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The planes and what that is referring to is that

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there's just

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land

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with no incline, no depression,

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flat, no landmarks on a site, LPN is referred to in the text.

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And so everything looks the same. There's nothing that is going to distinguish one place from another. And

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I don't know how many of you have experienced that, but that's very scary.

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And it's disorient

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How many of you have may had your own mobile

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app. Did you travel by bus or car? from Mecca to Medina.

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Okay, so if you look out all you see is desert right? Now just imagine being in the middle of that you don't see the road, there's no mountains, you just see sand. here. There. They're they're all around you.

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Where do you go?

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How do you navigate? You don't

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you're standing because there's nowhere to go.

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And the sun is coming close.

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As the profit idea select was sent in described.

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person will begin to

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sweat

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in a local item, how it goes how it works, but that sweat will come to some people to their ankles, other people to their knees, and their own sweat and their own perspiration. Some people today waste some people to the next the profit is like it was so damn sad and some of them

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Up to the amounts and he is going to cover them. So the point that is difficult to breathe,

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or impossible

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and so a person will need

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shade on that day. But there's no buildings, there's no trees, there's no anything.

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And this is the prophet Isaiah salado synapse and sobre.

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La Mola, he literally he opened a window. In that window, there are seven categories of people will be shaded by law

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from the day when there is no shame.

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You see, a lot of times, this is just abstract, and we read these hobbies, and we don't really think about how that plays out, you're going to need the shade of luck. And I'll tell you,

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it really that happy didn't even make sense to me.

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Or let me let me rephrase that.

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I didn't picture the significance of that, until my first day in Saudi Arabia.

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It was it was September, and it was 115 degrees.

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And we were riding down the street.

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And I was I was riding with a brother. And we looked over and he said, Look at them fighting, they would literally they would sue people they would, they would fight in a way they don't fight like we fight Philadelphia, you know, one of them took his sandal off and he was holding it up like he was gonna hit the other one, they have the like, they don't

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really hurt each other.

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Over the car gets back in the shade.

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thought about it.

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And then you start seeing back then we used to have cassette tapes, if you leave a cassette tape in the car.

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Door timing, you come back and it looked like the Hulk, like twisted it up. And it's from the heat.

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As time spent alone, you started thinking, wow, that's how important shade is. And that's in the dunya as 115 degrees with the sun at a distance of a lot wide.

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I think about when the sun draws near,

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and it's a mile away.

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Right?

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You will need we will all need shade on that day because there is no other shade, except that which is provided by law. So head on over time. And so

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I think it's important.

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Sticky Note.

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Go back and look at the categories of people who received the shade of a loss of our data on the day where there is no shade except for his shades and trying to fit in one of those. And one of those categories.

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Maybe the brothers in a Muslim family center can do a series of photos

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just on those categories and encourage people to be foremost

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people will rise from their graves in front of the Lord

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barefoot, naked

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and uncircumcised.

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Let's start with naked.

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Because when we talk when we talk about the hereafter again, these are some of the things we have to understand

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that really help us conceptualize how grave this day really is and aligns with Ella's upcoming writing mean we should never despair from his mercy and think that we won't

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gain a loss of Hannah Montana salvation. In fact,

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Soviet authority Rahim Allah to Allah say,

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I would not prefer

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that my sad. I mean, my account be led to my mother.

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starting to think about that. I don't prefer that my account be left to my mother is another narration of a young

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a young scholar. He was a young scholar of Islam

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in the second century, and he said to his uncle, he said, What do you think were as he was dying as he was dying? He said to his uncle, what do you think would happen if my mother was to be the one to hold me to account? It was in her hands

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and he said you would definitely go

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Gentlemen,

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you've definitely got agenda. If it was up to you, man.

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how's that gonna throw you in the fire of hell.

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And he said, little love, I'll have Obi Wan, he allows more merciful to me to my mother.

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And that's the same thing. So again, authority by him alone.

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He said, I don't want my son to be with my mother, for in the love hate

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was a lot better to me to my mother.

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So we should never despair. And this is not a study so that we go home and have nightmares and, and that type of thing. But at the same time, we should recognize the severity of that day and prepare for it. And then hope for laws, because we're not guaranteed that.

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So here the profit is selected was sent in with formed us this is exactly even though it's the shape of the same sadness and loss

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is the exact words of the prophet Isaiah. So

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we said that we're going to be raised barefoot, naked and uncircumcised.

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Now, it's significant when we think about making because you're not standing by yourself. Right? Everybody is resurrected. And everybody is standing in that place.

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And so I You shall not be alone with China. And she asked the prophet SAW the Southern Baptists. And before we say what she asked, it's important to realize that we can ask about things that we don't understand. So okay,

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we'll get that how does that work? Or what was really happening? It's okay to ask. It's not okay to be a skeptic,

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is a difference between asking to try to get more information to try to understand and asking, because you don't believe?

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And so I showed up a lot of time, was not asking the Prophet it is someone who said no, because she didn't believe she was asking because she wanted to get a greater understanding. So she asked the privacy summon, would a man and a woman be together?

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Everybody's naked. And the men and women are going to be together. Or you could just imagine, I mean, some of you may fantasize about

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other people.

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Wow, make a

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profit

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out of them.

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That day, is greater than that is more severe than that is greater than that. Nobody is worried about the person that's next to them. Just a met. Just imagine

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the person you wish you could marry the person you wish that you could be with

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in a standard industry,

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or even in your house or wherever. Nude

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and then you get news, when he hasn't been there is somebody in your family was shocked that somebody your family was in a car accident? Your race? The person could be right, there you are. Where are you? Why? Because I have a woman Daddy, this is bigger than that. I'm not even worried about that right now. You know, you know what they call like when a person blacks out. They still conscious, I mean, meaning that is still denied in a coma. They're not there. They're still there, but nothing else. matters to them is only that one thing that they focused on. So it doesn't even matter what else is going on.

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And this is the promise on its own. Explain it to us.

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That That day is so great. That nothing else it doesn't even make a difference. It doesn't even matter if they foot the foot shoulder to shoulder when you have no concern about what's right or left behind. You're in front of

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the and then he says uncircumcised

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and that's significant for us. Why do you think?

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Yeah.

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Bri to show you the greatness of a lot of heads out of a big man.

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Because your own body is going to bear witness against you.

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So if you did evil things with your hand, but you lost your hand and war, believe me that hand is coming back. A lot of strength is for to put you back the way you were created. Even that piece of skin that was cut off for you and thrown away somewhere

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when you were circumcised that's coming back

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Everything is going to come back and everything will be there standing in front of his creator.

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And so, here, it's interesting because sometimes

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on a few occasions

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on a totally different note on a presentation about organ donation, people said, Well, you know, are we gonna be raised in front of a large Pantheon, the way that we died and if we give a kidney away, you know, are we going to be raised without a kidney allows gonna bring you all back together

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the way that you were created.

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And so it doesn't matter if a person drowned in the ocean was eaten by sharks, or person was cremated, or whatever happened to them. They'll be brought back all together and they will stand in front of the loss of hematite, barefoot

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new and uncircumcised, the sun will draw near to them, sweat will pour over them as the Prophet it is salatu salam described in a hadith

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then the scales are going to be set up and the scale is a real scam.

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That means and that is set up. It has two pins.

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On one side will be a person's evil deeds and on the other side will be a person's good deeds.

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And a lot of our data sets from an

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MOA z or volet the older you go home and move the home I'm uncomfortable as a

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woman Harford male as a new lady in a hustle and prusa home free Johanna hardy

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the point to take away from this is that if you want to be successful,

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then what do you need?

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What do you need? You need good deeds.

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You need to strive to know that there's a scale

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to know and then the scales of handling handling is is very super hypersensitive.

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Alright.

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So this is we're not talking about milligrams. But we're talking about Wayne Adams.

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For me, I met him with Carla's. What's him? Hi, my yard? Well, me Adam with color number 10. shoveling yellow?

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Have you think about it?

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When you go buy things from the from the supermarket,

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you buy fruit by the panel, right?

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And sometimes the scale might be a little bit off. No, nobody's really worried about this, a few cents here. But this scale doesn't go this scale is super accurate, very precise, hypersensitive,

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and is waiting,

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which I mean, now they translated as atoms. But during the time of the Prophet, it is fine to say the language of the Prophet is our companions. But a very, very tiny, small ends that when they, when they walk on you, you can't feel it. You can't You can't feel that small. And this was and this is the scale that's set up. And last night out is going to wait those good deeds and evil deeds. So this is an encouragement. And you'll see even a shout out once we covered the Ceylon, you'll see the importance of those good deeds.

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The records will be distributed and they are copies of deeds, one will take his book in his right hand and another will take his book in his left hand or from behind his back.

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So here at this point, at this point

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wants to me Zahn once the scale has been established, and the deeds are being weighed. Those who have done good are going to receive their books and their right hands.

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And those who have done evil are going to or those whose bad knees are waiting good deeds are going to receive their books and their left hands to shake with Sam says work behind the backs. And some of the scholars have CSA in their left hand behind their back like this. Now, why is that significant? Because it's an indication of the person's crookedness in this line that they will receive that they will be that weird that they would receive their book like this because of what they did.

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Those who take it in their right hand, the right hand, is what we do those things that I tell you,

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right. And it's an indication of one living their life in a way that was tight, that was pure, to the best of their ability.

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And in all of this, you can go back and read and sort of have fun this other place in the Brian again, we want to get through it as best as possible. As he said, it's upon

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glory into him the exalted, and we have passed through the LP man's deeds to his neck. And we will produce for him on the Day of Resurrection and record which he will encounter spread open, it will be said, read your book, sufficient is your soul today to take into account. In other words, you know, some kind of law law.

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Now, just imagine, let's take, let's take a step back from the year.

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Think about the person who's on trial. And they know that that day, they have to stand in front of the judge. It's not you, and this is a judge. We're not talking about being able to make a jury conflict with one another as long as you get one person, you know, you're good. No, you're standing in front of the judge. You know, the judge knows the law. He looks at, you know, your line. You got to stand in front of this judge.

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How's that preparation? How does a person feel, as they know that they have to stand in front of a judge? A lot of times Allah says we'll call the insanity. Elsa now upon fear on okay.

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We have fastened every man's deeds to his neck. Now, think about it.

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If good deeds are fastened to your neck,

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can you get away from them? No, it's like think about the collar. Think about because what else do we learn, but during chattel slavery in this country,

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they used to put collars on asleep, not just change on the arms, but collar sometimes and keep them you know,

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fastened around the neck. Because whatever is fastened around your neck isn't going anywhere. You can't shake it off.

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You have to own it, you have to own those deeds, population elsenham thought your movie, I don't know P is these are going to be fastened to his neck. And then

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locally to level yomo pmmc, he tapped me and call me short on he's got to find that record wide open, cut fat enough. So he can know Monica has seen that the judge doesn't even have to say

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he doesn't have the same thing. Your own soul is enough as a witness against you on that day.

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alone.

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Not

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Alone.

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Alone, the whole creation to account Okay, so at this point, the account begins.

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He will meet privately with his faithful servant who will be made to acknowledge his sense, as is described in the book and the sooner and this is this is how lies our job honors to believe.

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You set out to not suck if

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you hate your sins in this line.

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You made sure that

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whatever you did, you didn't publicize it, you weren't proud of the evil things that you did.

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And so allies and Joe covers you in the hereafter.

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And he meets privately with his act, his righteous servant.

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But he makes him also recognize you did A, B, C, D. So you'll a the righteous certainly will still acknowledge what they've done wrong, but it won't be in front of everybody.

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And this is from the lives of Joe's way of honoring his his faithful service. And that's the lines we'll jump into john and i mean, yes, it was meant to make us once.

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As for the unbelievers, they will not be held to account in the same way as one who's good and evil deeds are balanced. But they had no good deeds at all. Rather, they stopped there. What do we mean a?

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Look, we all live in Philadelphia.

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Don't we see the Christians feed in the poor people?

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Often I'm homeless.

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shelters. Does that mean no have any good deeds? How's that?

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How can you say that? How can you be so extreme?

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Muslim? How can you go to such extremes? Let's say that the kuffaar will have any good deeds

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cuz it's in the Quran

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because they get rewarded in this life man.

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Mohammed the first I, by the way, the English has been awesome, disbelieve, and turn away from all those words

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shall render they are worse and affected. That doesn't mean they didn't have good deeds, it means that the good deeds don't do anything for

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us.

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Because they didn't believe in the law correctly, and therefore they didn't do the deeds correctly. All right, let me

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22nd All right.

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They still have

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I'm telling how old I am.

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So let's let's think about this for a second.

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If a Muslim

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feeds poor people,

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but they do it because

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they want to be written about in the Daily News.

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This guy's good guy.

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If he's poor people he's planning on running for office down the line as a Muslim must.

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What's that called? That's called re m Yes.

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So he is not doing what he's doing. Sincerely for Allah subhanho wa Taala. So though, it benefits the people that that are, you know, that he's housing or that, you know, he's offering shelter to that he's offering food to? Is he rewarded with good for that? No, because why? Because it's not sincerely, but last.

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Like, if that's the case of a Muslim, who does something that is not sincere philosophy, then what about those who have disbelieved in a lot, and are doing those same deeds, we can assume, not sincerely for Allah subhanaw taala. And this is where it gets, it gets a little interesting because you have to understand

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if a person does something, but it's self serving, they do it because it makes them feel good.

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As they're sincerely for Allah.

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If they do it for publicity, if they do it for Isa,

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Maria, they do it because they want to please Jesus.

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Is it sincerely for a lot now. And so sometimes it creeps in meaning meaning that that intention of being for other than the last fans out is not very clear. But you see some people they only do it because it makes them feel good on the inside because it makes them feel good. That's why they do it. And they may say, Well, you know, we're trying to, you know, serve God's creation or whatever it is, but at the end of the day, whatever they have done a good they will be rewarded for it in this life. When I use love Muna, nothing wrong,

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that Allah Subhana Allah is not going to impress them.

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But in the Hereafter, those these mean nothing. And some of them do things in this life sincerely for Allah.

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Araki boo filfil Tao will love her mostly seen it as a de when they got on that boat and the waves start pushing that boat up and down like this and like that and it looked like it was about to be over Darwin luckily seen another DNA called upon Allah mostly seen a loss if they were sincere at that point. Oh my God saved me. Right this at that point.

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Man, the javelin 11 either home

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but when Allah Subhana Allah saved them brought them back to the dry land.

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Immediately they start committing shirt again.

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That's that that's that's how they operate. So it doesn't mean that they so Allah tala rewarded them for their sincerity. He saved them. He saved them. He answered them. That's their reward. And then it's all in here after they have no good deeds to be weighed. And so they don't go through the same process of having the beads wait the way that the believers do, though they will experience based off of their

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actions in this life, different levels of punish.

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Rather, their evil deeds will be counted and calculated such that they stand over them and confess to them and stand over them. That's not really a great translation for you kupuna Allah, will you cut rabona behind me, they're going to be made to recognize them. And then and then have to acknowledge them for this, you

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know,

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and then the courts of the resurrection is the basis of how we belong the courts of the resurrection court. Here is a translation of Asan, which we said Are those planes that we mean plane, right, we're talking about just that flat, that flat land during that time,

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there

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also, there will be the whole man

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belonging to the Prophet alayhi salatu was the winner of which is wider

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and sweeter than honey, it's shrinking vessels are as numerous as the stars, the length and width of a month of travel, whoever drinks from it will never be thirsty again.

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To make us from those who drink from the hold of the planet it is.

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So here, shaking the stamp and starts to talk about the hope. And many of the scholars of Islam say that the hole is actually

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immediately after the standing.

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And so when we said when the when the believers stand, the sun draws near, those who are not shaded

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will begin to perspire. And that perspire will reach their ankles. That means their, their waist to the end of it. Well, at that point, what happens when a person perspires they become very thirsty, right? because they'd be hydrated they need to be replenished. And so those who believed in the prophet Isaiah select to sit and followed his way

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will drink from his home.

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That time or the basin and every messenger has a home. Every messenger has a help. But our profit is selected with silabs hope is the largest of them. And as he described,

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its water is wider. The milk is sweeter than honey.

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Whoever drinks from it will never be thirsty again.

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Now,

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do the people have genda?

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Do they drink?

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What do they drink?

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and gentlemen?

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fine wine.

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Not just one fine wine.

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Yes.

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wine that tastes like what? The

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right wine that is not intoxication. Okay.

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Now, here, here, the people who drink from the hole of the Prophet it was sent in. They never want to be thirsty again.

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But they still drink and gentlemen.

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Yes. It's not a drink of thirst. It's a drink of satisfaction.

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Right? It's like how,

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you know you ate something good. And then there's still a little bit leftover. You go back for a second, you're not really hungry anymore.

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But it was good. So now this is not an eating because of hunger.

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It's eating because it's satisfying. Something that you desire. And so whoever drinks from the hold of the profit idea salon from celyn will never be thirsty again. And therefore the people of gin

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are not drinking because they're thirsty.

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And drinking because it's it's a drinking of satisfaction. Pleasure. Right?

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Yes.

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Oh,

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Prophet,

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the prophet.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam said,

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No.

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Okay. Yeah, that's fine. That's fine. The fact that the process

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Someone has a hope doesn't negate the fact that other prophets have hoped. And all of the, all of the flowers of the prophets will follow their prophet

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Yeoman ninja who couldn't who couldn't be him, me and the day that we will call every person by their Amen, they follow their email.

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And that and then in some capacity, it refers to the profits as a whole. So the followers of Musa Musa,

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and our Prophet is allowed to sit in. So the Queen Lena de Yin hold, the caldina been held, every prophet has a hope.

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And then he described his own hold on as a logical sitting,

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is it actually 320.

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But just keep going, give me give me nine minutes, just try to finish in 330 in the brain

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fight. So because the home was dealt with, I just want to deal with this briefly. The process of it was something we'll recognize some people as his followers, but they will be

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pushed away from the whole Why is that?

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Yes.

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Some, some, some, some, some of these.

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Be careful. Be careful with the wording. Okay, this is some, some of your some of your

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people that that that was turned away, they they turn into head turn back to being called disbelievers. Yes.

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Let's have any man

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back. Okay. But see here, you know, without going into too deep explanation, because there's various ways that that can be interpreted. But the threat here is for anybody who

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invents, or who does innovation, or who follows a path other than the path, that's a better way, who follows a path other than the path, that the Prophet it is salatu salam made clear to the oma that every man actus baddeck, you don't know what they do, which couldn't be innovated after you. But it could also be you don't know what they did after you. In other words, these people may be recognized through what's effective, because what the parts that you make will do when they're going to shine.

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Right? I mean, this is a believer is going to be recognized. And so they come to drink from the home, then they pushed away. Why because even though they were from the oma and that's, that's interesting to note there from this moment.

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But they were pushed away. Because they found a way other than the Prophet it is smart to set a sticky note here is what

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to know the son of your prophet is selected, listen to him and put it in your life implement, to miss again, Paul fence, to the son of the Prophet it is lots of sin. And beware of following a path. That's other than his path, beware of innovation in his lane.

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Because you want to be from the people that drink from his whole dining and select None.

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Among them, are those who pass in the blink of an eye. The shape now

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the straight and narrow path

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is directly over the top of hell aren't stopped there. So so far we've dealt with an F fulfill So in other words, what when the horn is blown, and everybody is resurrect? And then there is an headship. So because these are these terminology comes from the prior what's

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the gathering? And where does that gathering take place on those planes tight then after that is the means in the museum is what the scales and that's what a person's needs are. Wait that's when a person needs a wave.

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Shake was stamped and talks about the hope of the Prophet it aside to sit in. And now he's talking about the sea lions. Now, what is the sea right? We've translated it here as

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Straight narrow path shaper Sam says monsoon mess me Johanna because that's the way it comes into Hades literally that's those are the words in the Hadith monsoon Allah met the gentleman that is erected over the top of the hellfire.

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So it's not between the Hellfire and agenda is not no it's it's a bridge that goes over the hellfire. All right now, prior to that, I don't know if he's not yet he's not talking about it here so we just need to mention it. Prior to that the lights go out.

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Everything gets dark, there's no sun anymore, none of that everything gets dark

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and everyone is told to follow the man.

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The memes of the Kufa

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will walk into the hellfire. They're not getting on the bridge.

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The bridge is the private intellectual Sadam describes a duck woman shower. It is thinner than a piece of hair.

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So they might even want to get on the bridge. They walk into the Hellfire or thrown into the Hellfire dragon to the Hellfire and their followers fall after

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the ones that are left

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are the what we know, and the monastic home because the monastic who claim to be followers have the benevolence of a lighting setup where they claim to be the followers of their prophets. And so when we say the movie, no, we're not just talking about those who believed in Muhammad and as the last ally there was something we're talking about anyone who believed in their prophet when it was permissible to believe in their prophet alone. So in other words, the Jews after Mohammed bin Abdullah is in line with seven they can't claim to be over followers of Moses and we're good No, they didn't follow Prophet Mohammed that is

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their their so called belief in Moses and following him doesn't avail them anything.

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But those who died before

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he said he is alive. And they actually did follow moves on our own and Tao Buddhists who they met, then they're fine, they're fine. And they will follow them and they will go over the Ceylon

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plate. So here the Ceylon is established, the kuffaar are not even going over the slide.

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All we have left is the believers in the moon energy

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and it's dark

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time

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people pass folders according to the mesh update deeds among them associate and pass

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listen to them people pass away with a Ceylon

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according to what

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according to the deeds.

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Now imagine this is a bridge is over the Hellfire

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on that bridge is will cover it.

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Or under it, there's hooks wrapping people down into the fire.

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If you go over quickly, you don't even have to worry about a hook.

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And people will also have light

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on that day. Now, as I said,

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I think it's I think it's gonna come a long

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time.

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Among them are those who pass in the blink of an eye and among them are those who pass like a flash of lightning, among among those who pass like the wave, and among the models past record guided seed wars. Among them are those whose past everybody and Campbell, and among them are those who are running quickly or walking quickly or crawling slowly. Among them are those who are caught and thrown to hell right over the bridge by books to catch people according to their deeds. And all of this is from the Hadith of the Prophet. it assigns the scribe and how people cross over because what distinguishes here

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between the way that a person crosses is a person's deeds and if this is not an encouragement to increase your good deeds, I don't know what will encourage us

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The Mona Poom. See the believers are going to also be given light

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according to the adiz, and that light will allow them to see, allow them to see where they're going.

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And the moon, Effie Kuhn will come to the believers and they will say lm no commerical Weren't we with you, p love God

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felt me sooner, they say, give us some of your life. They're gonna say, go back there, where we got our lights from when we first got the like that everything went dark. And then Allah Subhana, Allah gave people light according to the deeds at that station. So it will be sent to them whenever you can go back there

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from temi surah. And look for that, like, you're not getting it from us.

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You played like you were with us in the Union. But there's no light for you today and some people's light will be as dim as the big toe one and put that in, that's gonna be the only thing that's that's lit is the profit on the inside.

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And that's all he has to kind of navigate that path. If you want light.

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You can do those good deeds, if you want. And as some of the scholars say,

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if you want to cross the sea lions in the Hereafter, you want to stay far you don't want to be pulled down you have to stay on the clock to this life.

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If Dena sugarplum will step in, you have to stay on that streak path in this life. And the loss of her data will keep you on the Ceylon and be here to allow you to pass that membership.

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Now, the assumption among those are those who pass if they're riding a camel, camels ride fast, not so fast. Among them and those running quickly. You can't run fast in a camel so that's a little slower, or walking quickly. Which is scary because you're over jahannam walking quickly is not really that secure.

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Or those who cross it Zappa, which here says crawling slowly. But Zack does schooling is not crawling. So when you crawl you hear what your your hands and knees when you scoop, how are you behind? That's

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schooling the process I sort of mentioned that in the Heidi, some of them will be scooting.

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Among them are those who are caught by what? by those hooks in a thrown into the hellfire. Why? Because they're burdened by the since the bad deeds have held them back, and you think about it, for any of you who have made Hush, right.

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Think about if you had to go from minutes out from alpha to study this only thing I can think of Pamela models animal study from studying the bank to minute knowledge. And you got seven or eight pieces of luggage that you got to take with each one of them. 50 pounds 80 pounds, and you got to carry all that with you. And then you go and you have how's that gonna work?

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Really just think about it. Think of think about you having to leave here and get back home. There's no car, there's no nothing. And you've got eight pieces of luggage with you. How does that work? No lift no over none of that stuff. And you just gotta you gotta take that with you. How does your burden get held back your sins hold you back. Literally not just fingertip.

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Sin holds you back. And so when we think about this stuff, you have to get rid of those things that are going to hold you back. It's not a motivational talk, you're not going listen to whoever these people are now. And they talk about those things that hold you back, get them out your life and all that no, you got to clean up for real.

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Because this is about salvation. This is about avoiding those things which are going to burden you and make you not be able to cross quickly.

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Because it's too much weight.

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And so it's critical that we really are conscious about what's happened to this these movements because you're not getting to gender without crossing over this era. When men come in, where he can either up because

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there is none of you except that you will have to cross it. You will be exposed to it. This is a promise the creed from your Lord.

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You have to cross that. See, right?

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If a person doesn't cross him, Will he ever be left?

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In now all of Muslims are going to cross it's not just the one that BPMN is gonna fall into the hellfire.

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Some of the Muslims are going to fall, and they're not going to be able to make it. And allies have a job because they didn't purify themselves and this slide then aligns with Joe, you're fine with the fire the next one, the other good luck.

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Whoever passes over the natural path, so at this point, at this point,

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the believer and only the believer passes over the the neurons

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do they enter agenda right away,

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that is saved from the fire to the EMS agenda right away.

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When they have traveled

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across it, they will start over in March called the

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paradise can help by so we're Hellfire stops in the bridge stops.

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Between that and generally is again,

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that's called the hunter.

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Know where they will settle any disputes between each other. And this is where the believers who have been saved from the hellfire. This is where they have to settle their own beef

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polishing claims, and if you don't want to just you're gonna be sitting there for a long time having to deal with stuff and you want to go the agenda, then keep your heart clean towards the rest of the believers don't have, we don't need to deal with that.

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In the next slide.

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We don't need to deal with that that might affect the levels and gentlemen,

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the prophet is allowed to send some and Canon Muslim into mechanics. And he muslimah failure to Helen medieval Yom kubla. And Marian Hoon, and Dina

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and whoever from amongst you has oppressed his brother than seek His forgiveness today clean that up today.

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before it becomes an issue that's not can't be solved with dollars and cents, it can't be solved but an inordinate No matter how much gold or silver, because the currency of the Hereafter is not dollars and cents. The currency of the Hereafter is not gold and silver, that is BS. And if you did somebody wrong,

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and they take your good deeds, and maybe you are going to be at a certain place in Paradise, and not as that's all because you have to give those good deeds up and they race.

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And so when we think about that company, we think about what's really happening, this is not the place

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the sound some stuff here. It might rely, it might be something between you and your parent. Hi, first of all, you know, as a society, we have to really

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like

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understand the role of the parent

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and how much respect they deserve and how sometimes we don't give our parents their rights, even if they're not Muslim. And that doesn't mean we want to deal with that in the hereafter with them if they're not Muslim, but the whole point is that parents have rights

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ingrained in us and society here. You look at any of the television shows commercials, people talking back to the parents person in front of the parents, like everything's okay. It's not okay. It's not alright.

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People have problems with

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their brothers in this land. People have problems with their spouses, the ones they live with, with their ex spouses, the ones that used to live with and share bed with.

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Fix this stuff here. You don't want to be dealing with that.

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And that's what the comptroller, that's what's happening. They're [???]less they're walking alongside it says when they've reversed it, they will stop over an arch that comes on up between paradise and the hellfire. Well, they will send it settle any disputes between each other when exactly that Murphy will be him in a loss.

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And we will take out any malice that they used to have in their hearts towards one another. Keep going.

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Open the gate of battle and a paradise alpha where they will settle any disputes when they are between each other when they are polished and cleansed. They will be given permission to enter Paradise once they have polished and cleansed and that's what has to happen at the pump. Anything that's left any impurities that are left will be dealt with then because as the angels will say

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sequel Idina to call up the homeland jannetty sumana. Either, who have Who do you have EverWeb what

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would you add to our

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Well, whatever we'll call it has and that's what I send them when I leave the the ones who are guarding the doors of Paradise will say select one

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clip to

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federal Hulu holiday.

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So what's that mean?

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You become pure

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federal foolhardy. And now because of that purity, you can enter gymnasts forever, but it's only for the pure is only for the plane.

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And so it's important that we strive for that.

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To be Titan, in this life, to be pure, to be pure in our character, to be cured on beliefs, to be pure in our actions. All of that is so important for us. That's the loss of habitat to make us from the people have gender we asked the lives of adults increases and knowledge and to benefit us with that it has taught us

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something right. And then Amina Mohammed, and I'm going to have to defer any questions because we need to pray.

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So kind of along