Seeking Allah’s Aid – Ubudiyyah #13

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Not 100 ala weatherworn a stain on a stock film when I was with him in showreel fusino cicr Melina you know the love animal the learner when were your blood when I heard the shadow Juan de la la la la shady gonna buy shadow under Mohammed and Idaho Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he asked me he or Sonoma to see my Kathy on any of them have been married.

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We're on page 75 in the, in this book here over the year. And there is a better translation. As I mentioned in the past.

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However, this is the one that most people have in their hands. The other one is a little bit difficult to get a hold of as a pattern change panelist,

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Jimmy, I think is the I think is named Jimmy Oh, pavlin. Yeah, that that translation is much better, much more academic, and thorough.

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There's some places where I think the word choices is off, but anyway catches the meaning. This one is acceptable. But there are several places where it has to be,

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we have to actually change some of the words with a meaning that Shaykh was saying is trying to convey is not captured. That's why it's very important.

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Anyone can have say who keytab who can have hot or feminine salami who's ever shaved his his book than his mistake is going to be more than his and what he gets, right. That's why it's important that you don't just read books, and you think that even in Arabic, I'm saying just read a book and think that you understand everything that you don't have. Someone who is learning that knows the soul of Islam, to go through the book with you, is very important. And this is how you learn to deep and learning the dean, as we talked about last week is jihad. And Jihad means that you have to put forth effort, it's not something that's going to come without effort. And most people will put forth

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effort for anything else that they want to learn, when it comes to the Dina was saying they think that just sitting in the masjid, and looking at the shape that automatically because the magnetic are there that there is going to be some type of M that just penetrates their body without putting forth the effort of studying the dean. So it's very important that you realize that the Dean of his fam has to be studied, and you have to put forth effort. And then it doesn't just come by us most and again, nobody would accept that in any other you would not, you know, go to a lawyer who you ask, Well, how did you you know, how did you learn about the loan? So I sat in a few lectures, you

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know, and watched somebody talk about it, you know, and I even watched about 100 YouTube videos, so I'm ready. It doesn't work like it doesn't work like that. And this law the law of Allah Subhana Allah is more important than any other law and his Deen is more important than anything else that we can study

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how did you learn

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long the heart cannot be sound or succeed or find joy or be happy or feel pleasure or be good or be at peace or find tranquility except by worshipping its Lord loving him and returning to them we mentioned that the the reason this is is because the the heart has a void everybody's heart seeks something and inshallah Tata will today we'll get to the part where

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the where he mentioned the statement of the Prophet is allowed to sit in about the most truthful of names being inherited and mmm

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the reason why inshallah we'll get there but the point is that the heart we're always seeking something we always desiring something and the only thing that's going to fill that void is Allah subhanho wa Taala. If it is something else that we are seeking,

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no matter how much you may enjoy of the creative things, nothing is going to fill that void except that you have that love of Allah subhanho wa Taala and you seek Eliza Jo's aid in loving him, and then worshipping Him as it'll come and show on.

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Even if it teams all that it can enjoy it. What is it talking about here?

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Yes, the heart.

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Even if it contains it, even if it attains all that it can enjoy of creative things, it will not feel at peace, or find nor find tranquility, because it has an inherent need for its Lord. For He is the focus of its worship, love and seeking. And this is the only way to attain joy, happiness, pleasure, peace and tranquility. Right. So here the author is just he's saying

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that the heart

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As we as we've covered, has an inherent need for that which created it. And that's, that's not something abnormal. I mean, we find that in most things, even things that we create, right, there's a need if something goes wrong with that thing, who you take it to the fix it,

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the one that made it, and when it made it, and in fact, in fact, most manufacturers will give you some kind of warranty, right to let you know, to put you at ease that if something goes wrong, you know, I'm here to take care of it. Right? So Subhana Allah I mean the the heart more so it was created to know a loss of habitat and inclined towards the worship of the loss of habitat. And if it's not doing that, then it's going to look for something else to worship because it can't get away. It can't get away from that feeling of needing something.

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This can only be attained with the help of a loss of power with data for no one is able to help a person achieve this except a lot. So man needs to realize the true meaning of the words you do we worship and You do we seek help.

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For if a person is helped to attain what he loves, seeks desires and wants, but he does not worship Allah, He will never achieve anything but sorrow, regret and suffering. He can never be free of the pain and hardship of this life, except through loving the loss of innocence. Okay, so.

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So here he says in Arabic, it says Olivia klaasen Hubby, Leila.

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And they translate that here as loving a law sincerely. And then they're going to and then shake his name is going to give us a definition, or some framework for understanding what does it mean to love a law sincerely, okay. So if we go back for a second, he's saying that if you attach yourself to other than a loss of habitat, or seek other than a law to help you get to whatever goal it is that you desire, then a person is going to wind up with nothing but regret and sorrow and suffering. And later, the author is going to talk about the importance of not relying on

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the means, in other words, that we believe that and we can see clearly that there's a such thing as cause and effect, right? But that we don't rely on the causes to bring about the B to bring about the effects that we rely upon a loss of data and we use the causes and hear so the author is talking about the importance of having sincere love for loss of data, how do we measure the sincerity of that love, he says, so that alone,

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so the law becomes this ultimate desire and he loves him for what he is and he loves anyone or anything else only for his sake. And he does not love anything for its own sake, except that that is to truly to have true, sincere love for Allah subhana wa tada he says in your corner, Hua lie It's a Marathi he went from A to D or who will? Who will obey the law would know what kulu merci wha hoo in America hibou. He actually he

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didn't he lost. So in other words, Eliza gel is the only one that we love because of who he is. Period. Everything else that you love, you love for the sake of Allah Subhana who was had now what he's specifically referring to is what we would call

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it love the love that you do by choice. In other words, there's a part of there's there's a love that we have that is natural. Okay.

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What's required of us with that love is that it does not hinder us from the love of loss of Hannah who was on it so you have a natural love for your mother and natural love for your father. And natural love for your spouse with Jada Vina Kumar, what the total loss parents add is put between us right? Love and and mercy you have a natural love for your children. However, that love should not get in the way of the love of Allah Subhana who was added so if there is a

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contradiction in commands, your parents are telling you to do one thing, right? And Allah Subhana Allah has commanded you to do another thing. Then your obedience is for Allah subhana wa tada and that love that you have for your parents does not get in the way of you doing what Allah Subhana which Allah commanded you

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To do or your love for your children does not take you to a point where you do, or the loss of parents either has prohibited you from doing otherwise you don't have sincere love for lost parents it is weak, and it is not sincerely for him. So Hannah, who was, he is the only one that is loved Lee that he for who he is himself. And that is because we are inclined by nature to love that which is perfect and beautiful. And there is none that is perfect and beautiful, none that is more perfect, and more beautiful than a loss of habitat. And indeed he is Elijah me and you have blue algae man, Allah Subhana, Allah is Allah Jimmy, and we love that which is beautiful, and we love

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that which is complete, and allows parents it is complete and perfect. Now, if he does not achieve this level of love, he has not properly properly understood the true meaning of law

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or overload, or of loving a loss.

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There is something lacking in his email, he will suffer pain, regret and anguish according

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accordingly, meaning according to how much he is not actualizing, the meaning of La ilaha illAllah and actualizing it to heat and his love of Allah Subhana Allah. So if he just, if there is a little deficiency, then he's going to feel a little pain. And he's going to feel some sorrow, and he's going to feel some regret. But if there's a lot that is lacking there, and a lot that is missing, then he's going to feel a lot of pain and a lot of sorrow and a lot of regret. And I don't think that there's any accident, that living in a society that has

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greatly turned away from the worship of Allah subhana wa Tada, in fact, from the worship of, or even recognizing that there is a God, that we find the Society of people who are living in a lot of pain and a lot of sorrow, and are on medication for that pain and sorrow, and deal with all forms of anxiety and grief and sorrow. And

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if you don't have any kind of relationship with your Creator, and this is why it's no doubt that people have religion. And he, obviously the Muslims, anyone barely older because the Muslims are those who single out Allah subhanaw taala and their worship, but even Christians and Jews and other people who have God in their life, in some form are better off than people who totally deny the existence of a creator. Because they are lacking they are not totally any. They don't totally

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negate a creator but they are lacking in their sincerity and their love for a loss of handling and fulfilling it the way that Allah has prescribed. But they're not total the Gators like people who are atheist or agnostic or so forth.

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he strives for this purpose without seeking the help of a law or putting his trust in Him and depending on him, to achieve to help him achieve it, he will never achieve it for a while also kind of war data wills happens and what he does not will does not happen. Men is in need of a law firm. He is the one who is sought and loved, needed and worshipped. And he is the one who is to be asked for help and relied upon. He is he is is either besides Him who has no other God and He is his law. Besides

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he has no other law. So here basically he's summing up for us what what proceeded and that is that every person is inherently in need of Allah subhanho wa Taala for two reasons What are those two reasons? Well, numbers

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the heart inherently needs a law for two things.

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It's two reasons that shape are the same a Tamia mentioned. He says The first is that a loss of habitat is his ultimate aim. The his ultimate love is Allah subhana wa Tada.

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Every person needs to love something to desire something. So therefore, you need a lust parents attic because ultimately he is the one who is the object of that of that love. And the second thing is that you need him to help you to love him properly. And so you need him for both the ultimate love and the ultimate Love is a bad, right because a little Buddha is one command, my command and muhabba when we talk

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About server two, we're talking about the completion of one being totally submissive to something and totally loving that object, right? And then on top of that, we are in need of a loss of data to help us get there. So, he is the objective and he is the means to that objective subhanho wa Taala. And that is what he talks about when he said, Yeah, can I do? Well, yeah, can

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you alone that we worship Are you alone, we seek that help from so here sacred same sums that up by saying for who he left who who let let her level veil? Well, who are Bula Bella Who? Siva. So notice that he uses ILA and Rob, because the ILA

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which we translate as deity, it is the object of worship. And you're

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right, which is the one whom you seek assistance from, and that worship, right, and allows parents to add,

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it's sometimes, you know, when we talk about the names of a lot of humans, either whether it's Lila or Rob or al medical could do so. And then, obviously, we're still talking about Allah subhanho, wa Taala. These are different names and different attributes that he had. But they're obviously complimentary, and you can't just like pick them apart. All of it refers to Allah subhanaw taala. So he is an elf, and he has arrived at the same time. But when we conceptualize things as Allah, he's the one that we're worshiping, and not rob. He's the one who was seeking assistance.

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True servitude to a law from the cannot be achieved and perfected, except on these two concepts of the law, are properly understood. When a person loves something, actually,

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in their beheading, except with these two, he's not talking about the concepts of Eli,

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the way that they translate, he's talking about esteana. So he's talking about love and seeking assistance.

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And though, yes, it is directly related to an Eli, it would have been better for them not to put that in parentheses there, because that's not exactly what he's saying. No, when a person loves something other than a law for its own sake, or turns to something other than a law to ask for help, he is a slave to what he loves, and a slave to whatever he puts his tie up, does that take him outside of the fold of Islam?

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It depends, right. So it, it depends on how far a person has gone right in, as he says, in turning to something other than alone, asking for help, or in loving something other than a loss of habitat, because it may so happen, that the person loves something other than Allah, but stays inside the folder of Islam. And they may still be called an Abbot of that thing, like the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said Tyson at the dinner. You know, he said, wretched is the servant of the or the slave of the dinar. Even though the prophesy sound was talking to Muslims, and he was talking about Muslims, he wasn't saying that they're outside of the fold of Islam, but because they're so motivated by

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their, you know, acquisition of property and wealth, that they, you know, become slaves of man.

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He does not love anyone for his own sake, except Allah and does not love anything but a lot except for his thing. And he never puts is open anything other than a lot. And when he resorts to any means, he realizes that a loss of Panama data is the one who has created it, the created and subjugated it to him. And that alone is the controller creator and sub aggregator of all that is in the heavens and on the earth, and that he is in need of him. Then he has to servitude to Allah in accordance with his. Wow. All right.

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So that's there's a lot to unpack there. So we take it step by step. He says that he does not love anyone, for his own sake except a lot. Meaning nothing else, no other person, no nothing else in the creation he loves for its own sake. Meaning, even the profit it is allowed to sit in. He loves the profit to lie to his son because he is the Messenger of Allah because Allah azza wa jal exalted him because he doesn't love the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and some people, some people this may be their case, and he's some of the,

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for example, the uncle of the Prophet it is Salatu was sin, that he loved the Prophet. Yes, he loved them, the relevant for Allah.

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He loved him because because it was his nephew.

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That's why he loved him. He didn't love him for the sake of Allah hands out and so that can happen also with people who

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Love the Prophet alayhi salatu salam because he was out of being Karachi, right? But not because he's the Messenger of Allah and His salatu salam. And so the the the love of the believers has to be

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that we don't love anything for the sake of it being what it is, other than Allah subhanho wa Taala and everything else that we love, we love for the sake of allies origin. Okay, so he says he does not love anyone for his own sake, except Allah. Number one, and he does not love anything, but Allah except for his sake. And so everything else that you love, you love for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Again, what we're talking about here, we're not talking about the natural love that you may have for something though, that natural love in general, allows parents Allah has given us to help us in the obedience of Allah habitat. Okay, what does that mean? You naturally love your

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parents, right?

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How does that work out?

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How does that help you in obedience over law? Yes.

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Because you have to obey your parents,

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and not just obey them, you have to be good to them. Federal validation is not just hard to validate any Elijah Jo commanded us with bitter irony, which is to be dutiful, and righteous and kind and all of that to our parents, that goes beyond that goes beyond obedience. Right? That's very difficult if you don't like them.

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Very difficult to do.

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If you don't like them, if you don't have a love for them, so allies or they'll give you a natural connection. And through that natural connection, it becomes easier for you to do the things that allies which are obligated for you to do, you have a you have your spouse has rights over you, you don't have love and it's very difficult to fulfill those rights, your children have rights over you, and beyond, you know, the spending and the time that you spend with them. And if you didn't have any natural connection to them, and natural love for the moon, it would be very difficult for you to fulfill those rights. So the the natural love that we tend to have

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AIDS us in the obedience of Allah subhanaw taala, if we use it for that reason,

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man has a bill Fedora. By by the fedora there are certain things that that people despise. There's certain things that people despise, unless they corrupt their own, unless they corrupt their own filter. And that and that happens and that can happen the further that a person moves away from a loss parents out of the more corrupted their filter will be I mean to the point that

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and you get some very sick things that happen in societies where people have just moved away from a loss

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to a point they they'll put on the internet. You know, I'm looking for somebody that that would volunteer to be eating, cannibal fetishes and

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all types of stuff like that. So that stuff that's actually happening, and

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how long ago to number six stuff, I mean, yeah, anyway, and he never puts his hope in anything other than a lot. And that and that's the next step after, after the love of Allah has added any he doesn't put his hope in anything other than a loss of habitat. So here

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as well, I'm able to cut Shay in in LA. Now,

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ultimately, ultimately a person, you know,

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we use certain language. For example, you might tell somebody I'm counting on you.

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Right? There's nothing wrong with telling somebody that you're counting on them, like they understand that you are counting on them to get something done that they said they were going to get done or whatever the situation may be. But your heart can't be attached. Your heart can't be attached to that person, your heart has to be attached to a loss of data and you know that this person is only a means to whatever end it is that you're looking for. This is why right after he says that, he says and he never puts us over anything other than luck. And when he resorts to any means he realizes that Allah is the one who has created it

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allows the one who has created it. There are some people who have law.

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They may have a certain illness, and they've heard that there's a doctor in a different town. He's the only one that's been known to, you know, have the, you know cure for this illness.

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Sometimes people will get so attached to that doctor or that person or this one who does Rokia for example and they get so attached to the person that they no longer

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They're attached to the creator of that person. They get so attached to the medicine, right that they're no longer attached to the one who created the medicine. And so, yes, we know that there are causes and effects we don't just

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and we don't just deny me there are things that Allah Subhana Allah has created and they have a certain they have a certain effect. If you put a match on a piece and you like the match and you put it on paper, what's gonna happen paper is gonna burn. That's a lost pants, Allah created those causes and effects. But if a large adult doesn't want the paper to burn isn't gonna burn. No, just like Ibrahim on incident was thrown into the, to the fire and alliance with Josiah Cooney above then was said, and I put on him, and he'd be both cool and peaceful to Ibrahim. So even though even though he was thrown into the fire, it didn't burn him. Because the lies we still didn't will for

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it, to burn him. But normally, under normal circumstances, barring miracles, there's a certain cause and effect, you turn on a light switch. That's the cause, what's the effect? The lights come on. But if the light is burn out, it's not going to come on. So. And there are several other The point is that it's important for a person.

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And this is how you grow in udia, by the way, and we look at how do I grow in servitude to a loss? How do I grow closer to ally xojo I realize that whatever Allah wills is going to happen, whatever he doesn't will is not going to happen, even if it's the natural course of events. And that's how you put your trust in Allah. Every time you turn the key to your car, you don't expect it to turn on without thinking that Eliza gel is making this happen for me. Eliza Joel has blessed us that and you start to think allies have a job for the very little things that may seem little until they start working for you. And then you realize that wasn't a little thing.

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And so you start seeing the effects of a larger window and everything it is that you do is how you grow this how your connection to a loss of hemorrhoids. Allah grows and you're thankful to Allah azza wa jal, and you're thankful to Allah, and you go, you know, you wake up for fudger you go wake up your children for pleasure, and they're still alive. They're still breathing, hungry, hungry, Lydia, Nevada man, are the initial and used I mean, every part of every aspect of life because it's a panel, how many times is a person going in, they got to wake the child up and something's wrong, they gotta rush them to the hospital or whatever. I mean, the things in life that we take for

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granted, when you start thinking about what are causes and what are effects and that allies will gel is the one who created both the cause and the effect

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that's something that should help you grow closer to a loss of hands and and make you think him more for the blessings that that he's giving you. That allows the one who has created the created and subjugated subjugated to him and he not only has he created and decreed it, but illustrations of how to subjugate it for you Sahaja Holic and he is the one that made it possible for you to you when you think about a person, right who rides a camel, you want to camel can do to a person if it didn't want them to ride it, or a horse, for example, but allies wheel Sahara and he, he made these things he subjugated these things to you and made it easy for you. And so you know, recognizing that at all

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times, inshallah that's one of the things that help you grow and your love of Allah, parent child and putting your hope in Him and that allows the controller creator and subjugating all that is in the heavens and on earth, that he is in need of him that you are in need of Allah subhana wa tada once you get to that point,

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then he has attained true servitude to Allah in accordance with his allotted share. In other words, when it says with his a lot of shear in accordance to how much he implements those things that have proceeded that is the level where his his will do will be

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in accordance to that.

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In this regard, people are people are of different levels, according to the level of their hope and fear and to an extent not only to a lot, one second.

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That's just not there in Arabic. I'm sorry.

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No, really.

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He's gonna check us out. We're gonna talk about this. later on. We talked about love, hope and fear. But it's not here it says when NASA Fianna de la Jetsam with a fiery de de Jackson waterfowl eater, they're your sea turtle. Haha illallah

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wa down to the end. He's he says nothing here about their hope and fear.

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So what he says is that in

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In this regard, and he said that which has proceeded, meaning, your love of Allah subhanaw, taala you're hoping him your esteana Viviani you're seeking help from him, recognizing that He is the creator of causes and effects and so on. People, he says here that people are on so many different levels, that only allows parents it can enumerate them. And it because not all of these levels are wedgie. But any, not all of these levels are an obligation for every single Muslim to have, right, and this is how the Muslims are different in their levels of faith. I mean, how, how many people honestly, you know, when they turn on a light, that they think a lot of fans out of, for the lights

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coming on, and recognize that He is the creator of the cause and effect. I mean,

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some people do, and a lot of people don't, right, and it's not an obligation for you to think about that at all times. But

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the more you do, the closer you draw two illustrations out in this way, saying that Dr. Jackson would fit I mean, there's so many different levels there,

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that nobody knows them except for last.

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When you turn on the water, the fact that you expect water to come out of a sticky,

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right. So that's because most of you have only live your lives here, where when you turn on the water, the water comes out,

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you live in some other places for some time, you don't take that for granted, you start not taking it for granted. In fact, in fact, the water may go off so frequently, that you you keep bottles of water, I mean, you know, big buckets of water in the house, expecting for the water to go out. And you and you're a lot more conscious, you don't just when you're brushing your teeth, and you leave it on for you know, a minute and then water is just running, you don't do that, because you appreciate that water more. Right. And so all of these things, again, people are various different levels based on the experiences based on you know, their, their true connection to a lot.

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Most perfect of people the highest end closest to a law, the strongest and the most rightly guided are those who servitude to Allah is most perfect in this regard. And yes, shakily Sam repeats this over and over again, throughout this book alodia servitude, because he wants to hammer home the point that there is no body no human being that the best level that you can get to as a human being as being a worshipper of Allah. There is no better level there is no level beyond where you get beyond the worship of Allah Subhana Allah, you're so close to a lot of I have to worship him anymore, as as we get with some of the total.

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So

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that this is a point that is oft repeated, because because the questioner again, this book was written

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as an answer to a question. And it appears and Allah Subhana, Allah knows best. But it appears that shaker Sam wrote this book from memory, because there's a couple places where he where he's made mistakes in terms of referencing the ahaadeeth. Right, or he may say that this had eaten Sahih Muslim, right? Where the apostle of the Hadees is a Muslim, but the wording is from Sunni Navy that will do it. And that's that's what happens when you're just going from memory. Right? If he Shaykh was there was going back to his books, he's not going to make those kind of mistakes. And they're not like huge mistakes, like they're not right. But what it shows is that he probably just sat down

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the same way that what it did was he just sat down and just, you know, from asset to motherboard wrote a book that people take, you know, a year to study.

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You know, he wrote more than you have the ability to read, which is amazing.

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So, Pamela, so, in any event, the the point here is that he's answering this question with somebody who's asking him Look, is there a level beyond a little budimir? And is that is that the or is that the highest level? Right is that the highest level person can get? And so this is why she was named saying look, the best and most perfect the people period across the board? How do you reach the pinnacle of humanity? How do you become the best human being? Right and the highest and close to law, the strongest and most right to guide are those who serve attune to Allah is the most perfect.

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This is the true essence of religion.

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Which with which a loss of power is messengers and revealed his books. Okay, when he says this is the true essence, what is he talking about?

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Hello, Woody. Right. Right. So the true essence of his name is servitude to a loss and what's at it and this is what a loss and all of his messengers with and revealed his books, right?

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It means it means this

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Admit oneself to a law and to no other

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stop there. Because we're gonna get, we're gonna keep. So

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here and this point is going to come up again. And so I don't want to jump the gun, but the allies are Jillson all of the messengers with Islam.

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All right, and he wants to make this point here to us but he's going to bring that a little later and he goes in detail on this particular topic in

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the in the in Asahi

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What's that? I don't know why I can't think of seven volumes.

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Remember the lady Dean and mercy? Was it was that was that a job? That's what I'm looking for.

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Remember data, Dean and mercy. So sacred Sam has a has a voluminous work on. It's called the correct response of joab Asahi Niemann bed della Deen and mercy to the one who has changed the religion of mercy and the Messiah, he said Omari, so he's responding to a particular strand of Christianity, but in this part, he goes on for you know, quite some time, just showing that the religion of all of the prophets was an Islam. And that is what the scholars refer to as Islam or a general Islam.

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And then you have al Islam and Hamas, which is the Sharia of Mohammed bin Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam but al Islam, which is eldest Islam to submit to Allah parents Allah alone to worship Him alone. And all of the the profits came with the Omaha to a better which is the basic forms of a bad are the same across the board. Right? A silent solitude Salam ala used to pray

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they pray five times a day. We don't know that. Right? Was he commanded to give us a cat? Yes. What can I get more? Allahu bisola it was the cat.

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The reference to Isa in the elder law attorney and Kitagawa, john and Nina via,

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without any water can eat Americans will also need this song. It was the cat and he Isa says that a lot. And he commanded him were both Salah as a cat. And that was when he was a he was an infant.

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And that was when he was an infant talking to his people.

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Because when they accuse mme of Xena, she said she wasn't talking she pointed to he's an ISA spoke

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and it's what he said in the Abdullah I am the slave of Allah tanny m keytab. He has given me a book, the book with gyla Nina Bian and he made me a prophet with Gianni wala can aina mcrent and he has maybe blessed wherever I may be, and he has Asante bisola commanded me with Salah is a cat, madam to higher as long as I am alive, right? So Salah is the cat and with all of the messages and all of them came with the message to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. So this is what is known as an Islam.

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So there is no such thing as Abrahamic faiths, and only from our perspective, Abraham only had one faith and those who followed him, right, whether it's Moosa or Isa, they only came with one faith.

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And that is the religion of Islam. That's what they came with. Now they're Shariah. Meaning that the specifics of the Sharia how they prayed how they fast how they gave us a cat that's going to differ from messenger to messenger. Right?

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By

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so he says, it means to submit oneself to Allah and no other

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and that is the essence of Al Islam. It is submission. And I think this this part, this point is an important point for us to understand. Because many people go astray from Islam due to the lack of submission. Either they don't submit to a las pantallas

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Amro who Sheree

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meaning his his the commands that He has given to us in the media, or they don't submit to His Emerald County, meaning the things that he has decreed. So anybody who says Why did

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God do this to me, I don't deserve this. That person is not submitting to a loss of habitat. It doesn't mean that we accept oppression or we accept that we don't. As as we mentioned several on several occasions, if you get sick, then you do what? You seek a cure for that sickness, you see, you asked a last chance to heal you and you go out, but never Are you saying, I don't deserve this.

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So panela this is what allies will decree that's part of your plan that you accept.

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And what Allah Subhana Allah has decreed, or a person may look at some of the laws of Islam and view them as unjust. And this will take a person outside of the fold.

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Right? So for example, they may look at a situation

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polygyny specifically, and a man having more than one way Oh, that's oppression to women.

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oppression, it doesn't mean it is right for everybody. Right? But the system itself? Are you accusing me as Eliza Joe says, to be him, model me terrible. And you have to love ya alayhi wa sallam.

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Do they have some sickness in their hearts? Or do they have doubt about the deen of Islam? Or do they fear that Alon, his messenger will be adjusted.

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And he is it's a scary thing that to submit. Because that takes one away from Islam. Islam is submission. And once you realize that there's a difference because some people may reject something from the deen of Islam not realizing that. That is from the Dean of Islam. That's different from one who realizes, yeah, I understand that this is what the Dean of Islam says. But I'm not feeling that.

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Not feeling hijab, as encroaching upon a woman's freedom.

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But people talk like this. And on top of that, say that they must. Well, how do you how is that submission? Is No, there is no Islam there.

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And so yet, there's a difference between

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accepting it and doing it.

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The acceptance is part of the arsenal of Islam. Meaning that if a person rejects what they know to be from the deen of Islam, right, then this takes them outside of the folders of Islam, or it can be dependent on a circumstance, which is different from somebody who doesn't do what they know, they should do. So they accept that it's something that they should do, or they accept that it's something that they should not do.

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And then they contradict that. So they know that they shouldn't drink, for example, intoxicants.

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But it was a long day. And the man is weak, and so they they drink that doesn't take them outside of the fold of Islam. It does subject them to the punishment of Allah Subhana. Allah, they may be described as being a facet. Right? But that doesn't take them outside of the fold of Islam, whereas somebody

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who's who doesn't drink.

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But says, that's just ridiculous. I mean, don't you see the health benefits? I mean, don't sell to scientific studies. It's about the health benefits of just having a glass of tea. I mean, I'm not doing it. But

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this is ridiculous. That person has done one, they've rejected

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the the ruling of allies,

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even if they don't do it, and so that person would,

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again, depending on circumstances, you don't want to be hasty in this. But that is cool for

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that act is an act of disbelief.

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Again, it's going against the tone Hayden.

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Well, see, again, if you look at it from it depends on what perspective you look at it from but aligns with gentleman as Rob, he is the one who has the right to determine what the laws are going to be. And so then if a person rejects that, then they are actually rejecting the rubia of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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It means to submit oneself to a law and to no other for the one who submits himself to a law and to someone or something else is a motion and the one who refuses to submit himself is arrogant and stubborn, Lee proud, right? So the the author here is basically saying that the rejection of Islam takes two different paths

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in terms of what they will call

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Other Libya. In other words, a person

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is either rejecting Islam

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as a mushrik. So they worship Allah. And they worship other than Allah subhana wa Tada. And allies will feel commanded that he be worshipped alone. And so it's important that we understand that this is the command that relies on Joe, not just that he'd be worshipped, but that he'd be worshipped alone, because the Christians, they worship Allah, but they worship others along with a loss of habitat. In fact, they may worship the rabbis and the priests,

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the Jews of worship, they are rabbis and the Christians worship they a priest, as will come and shout out at the point is that worshiping Allah alone is what is required, not just worshiping in, so the one who worships alone worships other than Allah Subhana Allah is a is a Muslim, and this contradicts his name, then there are some who,

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when you look at it from the outside, they don't worship Allah Subhana Allah at all, they stubbornly just reject everything. And those are that is called an aesthetic bar. In other words, that they are that they are just arrogant, they are Hardy, they, they're stubborn in their rejection of faith. All right. And so some of them may pretend not to worship anything, as is the case with funeral home. And again, the author is going to talk about this in just a minute shall.

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It is reported

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that the Prophet Mohammed Salim said that no one will enter Paradise who has an Adam's week of pride in his heart. All right, so if we go back, the one who submits to Allah and two other than a laws called what a mistake, and the one who does not submit to a law at all is called a mistake, and is somebody who has Cuba, right? So they have this arrogance. And so this is why the author now is talking about with the Prophet it is selected with Sadam said about arrogance. I read that again.

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The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, no one will enter Paradise who has an Adam's wake of pride in his heart, just as no one will remain in hell forever, who has an Adam's weight of faith in his heart? Does that mean that you can't have arrogance? Even at the same time? No, you can have arrogance and demand. So it is possible for a person to have a degree of arrogance and have Amen. But if a person has a lot of arrogance, then that cannot be combined with faith at all. Right? So So in other words,

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it's what they say. They say Cathedral tibbett University, Aslan, amen. So when a person has a whole lot of arrogance, then it contradicts the the foundation of faith. Right. Whereas a person can have some arrogance and still have faith with that arrogance, and they will remain inside of the folder

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right now.

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Choosing rejecting, but it could be or it could not be it doesn't necessarily even here, the profit on a select was CIT M is not just talking about arrogance in terms of rejecting a direct command from Allah subhana wa Tada. It could mean that a person just sees himself as being better than somebody else. Right?

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I'm white, he's blind. I'm better. That's arrogance. arrogance is related to any feelings of superiority. Right, and the Prophet it is salatu salam.

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He talked about arrogance in let's just say broader terms, or a specific form of arrogance, when he said, a cute little bottle happy will come to ness. And kibble is to arrogance is to reject the truth, right and to look down on people. So that part right there any form of superiority of feeling superior? That's called kippered. Right, which is why Eliza gel is described as being al Kabir.

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And he describes himself with puberty as superiority, because Eliza gel is superior. So in as it relates to a law, this is what we would call cifa to come in, right, it's an attribute of perfection because he is superior to everything. Right? So he doesn't have an inflated sense of self worth. So when you when you look at Well, what is arrogance from, you know, from a human perspective is that person thinks he's better. inflated self worth, right? looks down on people. But that can't be the case with a lot of anxiety. There's no such thing as inflated self worth when it comes to a larger jump and we so we go back to that

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The main definition of El kippot which is superiority, and Eliza gel is superior to everything not.

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so stubborn pride is regarded as the opposite of faith and pride is true.

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It is reported to us, right a person can't have arrogance, and at the same time, be submissive and have that servitude. So true servitude to Allah subhanaw. taala requires a good and it requires humility. And that doesn't happen when a person, you know, is expressing arrogance. And by the way, it's important for us to understand here Lyons Hello, mechanic, he called me he was called was about to make this little bit of kibin right price I saw that that person will not enter gender.

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But they also will not necessarily and this is why he followed it up by saying that a person who has even a mustard seed of faith will not do what will not abide forever in the hellfire. And at the end of the day, all of this is in terms of any cabana, if any major sins. And so Kim it is a major sin How do we know it is a major sin

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because it has a prescribed punishment

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in this life,

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because there's a threat of punishment in the in the hereafter. So anything that has a prescribed punishment in the dunya or the threat of punishment in the Hereafter, right then that is to be considered to be from the cupboard. Let me go back. So here the Prophet it is and it was sent me saying that what happens to somebody who is

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right that somebody was arrogant that they won't enter gender. So that means is from the debate, but all of the cabana to come under a lot of hands on this machine. In the law they have a huge like a, b and b the law does not forgive what that should be committed.

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That someone associate partners with him. But what while you're filming Luna Danica, the manga when he forgives, whatever he wills that is less than should

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pay him He forgives them because they may tober.

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This is not talking about Toba at all. This is talking strictly about Allah forgiving that person without them making Toba

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you'll feel medulla dedicati Manian shadow. Otherwise if a person actually made Toba then it's like he had no sin in the first place. Tag womanism become Allah, Allah.

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And I had to Zuma deals with that pipe. So

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here for ml keba unifi hockey conselho de kibber is actually contradicts the reality of servitude to Allah Subhana who attacked

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it that the prophet SAW the law of money it was

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a law says mine is my garment and pride is my cloak. Whoever competes with me and neither of them I will punish them. Yeah, this is actually one of those Hadith where the author attributed it to Sahih Muslim and there is a version inside Muslim this that's a bit different from from from this

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where, where the Prophet alayhi salatu salam says a laser reader who will keep video laser Rizal will keep video he that oh Who? Right so he's talking about a lot the prophecy Sonam is saying that that might is his izhar and they'll keep it yeah, that superiority is history that has upper garment and then the language switches. So the problem my son was talking about a lot and then a law speaks and the howdy flamin naza. And he and he feet away the men whom I've

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ever competes with me and one of them yeah I need and trying to be mighty and trying to be superior in Kibera whoever competes with me and that I did too. And he will be punished. No. My Empire characteristics of divinity and pride is higher than my work yeah, I'm not feeling pride as a translation for puberty.

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And I think superiority is a is closer.

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Allah knows best I mean, it could just be semantics. But um

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and i would i would have to go back and kind of look at what the English dictionary say for pride, which I did not do but um, it just seems like we're not dealing with pride here we're dealing with actual superiority

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which is why it is liking

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To cloak or or upper garden.

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Where are we? I'm sorry.

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All right. I was going in there. Okay, good.

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Yeah, I see I see it, which is why it is likened. Which is why it is likened to cloak or upper environment.

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You keep going like into the lower garment. What's that mean?

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Yeah, if you look at the bottom of page 77 he says might and let's switch out prior for superiority might end superiority. Okay, forget that. Forget the English let's just go with Arabic because I think you can understand this. We have two Arabic terms here. Allow them and they'll keep it here. Okay, allow them like a lot of hands Allah His name from what what name sounds like allow him right. Kimberly n which names have a last pantheon of sounds like that? I'll Kabir right okay. So, which which name of allah Subhana Allah is used more Levine or al Kabir

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Allahu Allah

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Allahu Akbar okay. In the event of a love album on love album.

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Allah on live fire for for the eat we do Tao the mats are tech be right. Tech be right okay. All right. Let's repeat the question which Name of Allah is used more Allah V or l COVID. Okay, we have the law. So,

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what was shapeless name? He is saying is that a lava Ma and puberty are characteristics of a loss of habitat. Eliza gel is described with both of them.

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He says But l Kibriya. is actually greater than allow them. Yeah. And he that that quality of superiority? That's a stronger quality, if you will then allow them. All right. And this is why he says that the prophet SAW his son when he described a lava man, he said or allegedly said la zoo is very, that is odd is worn

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as the as the bottom part or as the top part. bottom part. Right. So and he said, Well, can we do that? Oh, I need the company. Yeah. The cubbies. The superiority is the upper Garmin. And that's because Kibriya is greater than its higher than its more lofty than allow them along those bestari. Anyway, that's just just to get through what was said here, so that we understand time For this reason, for this reason, the slogan or motive for the prayer than

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it is for this reason. And in the prayer you say moving from place of and to begin your prayer and to move from place to place you say a low and kebab, right.

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And likewise India then allow us to live on the two deeds and not just not the two E's, the tech. Right. And also

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the like the lasham. And the ledger, which is coming up soon, Pamela in less than less than a month,

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July 22, or something like that. Three weeks in, in a day maybe. Right? We're looking at, you know, we're looking at the first 10 days of diligent and tech writer. You know, something is much too hard for us to do I

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have to recite that compete in high places such as a soccer player, how many of you have made it before? All right. So when you go on suffer, what do you say?

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I am so at the very end of our model as a missionary The last time the prophecies on the one he began to walk up suffer. And he said Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. And then he said at nine o'clock

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at night,

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right. That's all safa and marwah. Time and elsewhere, right.

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Like any time jab, it'll be a lot of data and who narrated he said that when we would The Prophet said it sentiment we used to go up, like anytime we would go up a hill, we would cap it and we would go down the hill we say Subhana Allah, right. So when you're going up, I mean, this is Sunday. Even if you

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Driving, if you're riding in your car, any writing a car, you're going up something a lot, a lot. And if you get in your car and you're one of those people, some people they feel, you know, they can't ride in small cars. I mean, not even small like they can't ride and even if it wasn't, it was like a Lexus they just because it's too low, you gotta be up like this.

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When you get and say Allahu Akbar, and get that pride, get that kibin that Kip it is in you, because you're looking down on people, you stop at the stop, stop, stop, stop, like, you know, you look down on somebody, Allahu Akbar. now realize seriously, the process of this is from his pseudonym for reason. So when you go up, you realize that a low ECMO right

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now

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and when writing one's beast, and so on, and one writing and writing the beast, what do you Well, I mean, Subhana Allah de Sahara, Anna Hannah, but there are other narrations where you add a lot on a lot of a lot of today, likewise, during during when you travel, right.

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And when putting out fires, even if they have grown big, there is no authentic hadith for that.

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Islam

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fabricated Hadeeth if I'm not mistaken, it deals with the saying Allahu Akbar put out a fire, but I would recommend the fire extinguisher.

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Yeah, there's no need for that.

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Now, when the advantage recited the shavon flees loss of power data says, And your Lord says call on me, I will answer your prayer. But those who are too arrogant to serve me will surely find themselves in humiliation.

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Everyone who is too proud and arrogant to worship Allah inevitably worship something else for men is sensitive. And he is always motivated by ideas. No, not motivated by ideas motivated by an era, which we've talked about any other words, you have the will to do something you constantly will to do something. All right, as long as you're awake. There's something in you that is willing to do it. You have this erotic at that email. Okay, there is a constant will to do something, right. So

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let's just look at this. We'll probably have to stop here for this week. But I want us to get this concept down. He says everyone who was too proud, and because now we're going back, again, he's focusing on the pride part, he'll deal with the sugar part later because we said that what? Islam, the two things that directly contradict Islam. So a person in Islam we said is what is the Islam? It is to submit, right? So a person who submits to Allah and to other than Allah is a mushrik. Okay, and that that's going to be covered in a minute and a person who doesn't submit to a law they don't have any instance land, then that person is a at least they don't think they are, then that person

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is a is a bit, a mystic bit. Alright, so everyone who was too proud and arrogant to worship Allah inevitably worships something else. That is just the reality. Horrible men of this lady holy Kula who fabulou be direct enough Siva Shivani.

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Schaefer they mean a liar hammer, he said that if that if that bait any that line of poetry was written with gold cannot have the same so then that would be considered inexpensive.

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Who horrible men African lady holy cola. They they ran away from the servitude for which they were created. Which is what? What servitude is that? The servitude to Allah. They run away from it.

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Okay, for Bulu period can Neff see what Shivani

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Boudewijn to do?

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And they were tested with

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tried with the worship of the knifes in of shape line.

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So they running away from one type of worship, running away from one type of bondage and servitude and they wind up in serving the knifes serving the shape I mobis inevitably,

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for man is his sense sensitive

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and get to hard work belgorod that he's explaining what his sense means here and yet to Herat will erode everything he does is for something there's some aim in mind if that aim is not aligned, so Joe, that

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Aim is going to be something else. And you are you are a servant to those aims.

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That's what gets you up in the morning. That's what motivates you. That's what makes you happy or sad or you think it does. Right? And so it is reported and OSI

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This is also not correct by the way it's not this this one is not inside a Muslim horse if

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you if you have your book you can change change that to is reported as soon as a tournament D and soon every dollar jam etc The answer and every doubt

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in Sahih Muslim. There's a different Hadith where the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam says the best names are on the line.

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But that's different from this hadith

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the choice of names are headed and Han

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means one who is active and always doing things. And Henman means one who is always looking for things to do.

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Okay.

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Harris Yes. One who is castable fair. Anyone who does things and he doesn't.

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Harris is one who does things period.

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And hammam definitely does not say one who is always looking for things to do. That's not what

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that's a that's actually a misunderstanding of what shaker stamp says here. So he says, well, mmm, fat, I don't mean and ham. Okay. Fan is he's talking about the scale here, right? So

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normally in Arabic, a person who does the verb does the action is is called a fad. Right?

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But

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Hello, I

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like it's on a wasn't or the scale file. Right? So that's the normal, the normal white for like, we have a lot of names on it was right. Khalid from holiday pie here from tahara. Right? Faye, all right. But Jimin is on a different scale. Five, which is which, which they would say is a seasonal mobile is like an exaggerated form. Right. So a lot of cantata has names on a scale like

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a web

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or was Zach eligible? Right? All right. So here I'll have man all he's saying is all shaken Sam is saying is Fire Island mineral hemp, and it's on the wasn't it's on the scale fine from the root lm but they translated is one who was always looking for things to do, but that's not that's not what he's saying. So, what he's saying is that it's first we have to understand what is lm and then we'll understand what is lm. And so lm overland irata yonny. Another one words, it's the, it's when you first want to do something. So that feeling that you get inside of you, when you want to do something, right, but you're not firm. You don't have a firm determination, but it's not just a

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fleeting thought anymore. So you want to do something that's called and

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that's called an hem. Okay? So, Jimin is somebody who always has these initial thoughts to do something they don't always turn into strong desires, right? But you have that initial thought to do something. We'll talk more about Harrison Hammond. Next week, in the very title low animals alone was selling robotic, and then Amina Mohammed.

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A man with a hat.

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Harris is what a half