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I'm attorney datamine along with Saldivar, sellable vertical, and in Milan Amina Muhammad, wa ala alihi wa sahbihi as my

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MLA sound, okay.

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As was mentioned in the introduction, tonight's discussion be in the light Anna, is going to be on the topic of LSD karma, which is often translated as being steadfast being upright. Sometimes the word integrity is used as the armor because integrity means to stick to your principles.

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And in effect is the karma or your values, your values and your principles. And in effect, this is part of is the common at least is that you have a set of principles and values, beliefs, and that you stick to them.

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But we'll go a little bit deeper and shallow data into the meaning of this the karma, and also, just as importantly, how do we attain

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the karma. And as a side note, I think it's very important for us,

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in general, that when we have concepts that we're talking about, that we think of practical ways to implement them in our lives, otherwise, a lot of times it remains to be theory, without a real way of applying this to my life. So hopefully, by the end of tonight, we will have looked at some of the ways to really become people of St. Karma.

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam was approached by one of the companions soufiane Abdullah, by the alongside angle and he said, Oh, Salalah Cooley, Phil Islami, Colin la Alou. And who Allah, Allah had an angle, viola.

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He said, Tell me a statement. Tell me something, a statement in Islam, that I don't have to ask anyone about it after you. And the scholars have different ways of interpreting this question. But basically, it boils down to he wants it to be clear, so that he doesn't need anyone else to explain this statement to him, tell me something that's clear enough that I don't have to ask anyone after you about this statement. But I also want it to be somewhat comprehensive, something that, you know,

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is broad enough, that when I implement it with me later at it, it will keep me on the path of Islam.

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So the Prophet said Aloha, it was someone said to him, call me to be led through Mr. King, say,

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I believe in Allah and then be Muslim. So master can then have SP calm.

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So the first part of this having the problem is that a lot of them

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says to the man, Sophia, the companion or the lot line, he says to him, say, I believe and a lot of men to Billa

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we usually translate that as believing a lot, but to be honest with you.

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Languages come loaded. So for for us, especially for those who are an English speaking background, we think about belief, what do we think of something that you do?

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I'm asking, you

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know, what do you think

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it's conceptualized right something, something in your heart, something that you doesn't really mean something that you do but believe but but he meant from the Islamic context is not just something that you believe in your heart, that belief has to manifest itself, on your tongue and on your limbs, otherwise, it's not real event.

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So am I meant to be land?

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When the prophecy is telling this man to say am I meant to be learned? That I believe in a law that I have IE men and a law, it doesn't just mean to believe, right as we would say, to believe in a lot without there being some outward manifestation of that belief.

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And this part for us is very important because before we get to SP comma, right, which has been one steadfast on a path, you have to know what that path is. So believe in a lot and then B, and then B, Mr. P. Okay. So here the purpose of life is I'm saying have faith in a lot. Have he men say that I have a man and Allah Now

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that means something very important for us.

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people who truly believe in Allah, and that is that we submit to the commands and prohibitions of Allah Subhana, who was at

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this point cannot be stressed enough, before we talk about this the karma, we have to talk about this point, which is true submission, a Muslim, one who truly believes in Allah is one who submits.

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That is very important for us in this day and age, because we live in an era that does not promote submission.

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In fact, submission is almost looked down upon.

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if we take a step back, and for those of you who have how many of you have children here, not that you have children in a mess if you have children, okay? Imagine, imagine you, your your five year old child,

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and they say I want to go outside

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730 at night, they want to go outside, and they want to ride their bike down the street.

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And you start to think maybe that's not really a good idea, you have a whole thought process that you're going through, it's not really a good idea. It's nighttime, it might be cars coming, maybe there's a there's just a lot we can't see somebody might snatch the child, you know, depending on what kind of, you know, neighborhood you live in. So you know, you're going through all of this process,

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the child is five years old, some children at five may be able to follow your thought process, and others will not be able to follow that thought process. For them, they just want to have fun. And you are standing in the way of them having fun.

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this is between an adult

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and a child, and we're still talking about two human beings. And they may not be able to gather, they may not be able to follow your thought process. But you'd have a reason for why you are telling them No, you can't go outside right now. Or while you're telling them to do certain things first, before you're allowed to play, or whatever. So you have a reason for doing this, they may not be able to follow that reasoning.

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And this is between two human beings.

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When it comes to Islam, Allah Subhana, Allah has made certain things an obligation upon us. And it's prohibited us from other things. And we may not always know the reason why

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this is important. Because submission, as a Muslim, dictates when I say I believe in Allah, that I believe that I have a creator who created me. And I believe that he sat down revelation. And that dictates for me that I follow His commands, and that I abstained from his prohibitions, even if I don't fully understand them.

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do we understand a lot about what the last month Allah has commanded us, and what he has prohibited us to do? Yes,

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as a matter of fact, I almost can guarantee that most of you right now understand things about Islam that you may not have understood 10 years ago, or 20 years ago, you go through certain stages in life, and you start to understand, so pantalon Now I know why I need to pray five times a day, and not three, for example, now I understand the wisdom of xicana. Understand why we're supposed to fast. And at some point in life, you may not have understood that, but you go through certain stages. And as you grow and as you develop and you go through your experiences, you begin to understand things that you didn't understand now, the law of philosophy hands out has not changed,

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but you have your understanding hands, and now you can appreciate these commands. And you can appreciate these prohibitions in a way that you did not appreciate before. belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala dictates that we follow the law of Allah subhana wa Tada. Whether or not we understand that and we ask Allah Subhana Allah to make it easy for us to follow those laws.

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Part of making it easy maybe that you now understand what you didn't use to get get before. But being a Muslim, being a Muslim, a true servant of Allah Subhana Allah who submits means that you will follow those commands even if you do not fully understand.

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So when we say meant to Billa

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We truly profess our faith in Allah subhana wa tada it means that we're going to follow the commands. As long as we know that, in fact, a last minute Allah has commanded us to do this thing, or that he has prohibited us from doing this thing. So we're going to stay away from it. I'm saying this at the risk of sounding like someone who doesn't believe in reason, and wisdom, and so forth. I'll say that at that risk, because the reality is, is that Allah subhana wa tada in his infinite knowledge, has prescribed certain things for us. And we as human beings have to realize, like Amanda, Chevy, or him or hold on to Allison, in the little athlete had done, come in a little buzzer

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he had done

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that your intellect has a limitation, just like your sight has limitation. Eliza Joe has blessed us with intellect, just like he has blessed us with sight. But your sight has a point where it stops, you don't see what's going on behind that wall, there's a barrier there, it stops, your sight cannot go beyond that we don't have X ray vision.

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Likewise, the item that aligns with y'all has blessed us with to be able to understand his demands and his prohibitions, it still has a limit. And we have to accept that even though we live in a time

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where everything is pushing us beyond that, that this this intellect, you know, the sky's the limit, as they say, and you can do anything you want, and so forth. And that those who restrict themselves to religion are they're backwards.

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They are not evolved human beings.

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And whatever other derogatory terms that they use to describe people who just want to be

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true servants of the one who created them and really find peace through that. Call me.

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So this is important for us, saying, I truly believe in Allah.

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If you truly believe in a loss of human talent, as your Creator, and as your sustainer

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as your maker, as the one who governs your affairs, one who provides for you,

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if you truly believe in him, and then he alone

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deserves your devotion, then you will find it very easy to follow His commands,

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some messed up, and then be steadfast on that path.

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You suffered a celeb

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he made it.

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His do it to a loss of health data was so funny, what muslimin so often he muslimah will help me to solve

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our law cause me to die as a Muslim, caused me to die as a Muslim, and put me in the company of the righteous. And every July just about you probably hear the khateeb say, you're a Latina, I don't know tequila, happened to coffee, or as

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a lover and soon, Musk, the moon.

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Oh, you who have believed

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fear laws, he ought to be feared and don't die except as Muslims.

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As the scholars of Tafseer have mentioned, the command from a loss of habitat and not to die, except as a Muslim, when you don't know when you're going to die means that you have to want to have to live in a state of submission to illustrate the move as a Muslim.

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And that you are to die as a Muslim, as if you are to live as well as a Muslim, so to be in that state of Islam have true submission to a loss of habitat

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until one dies, and that is the karma. It's the farmer is Iranian Rahim Allah. Allah has mentioned other scholars that have said it is to stay on the path of obedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala not going right and not going left. Stay right on that path. Not going to the right and not going to the left, not following your lowly desires and your passions. Not allowing your mind to be altered by whatever isms are out there.

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And whatever ideologies or philosophies are out there that you stay on that path of obedience to philosophy

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and you remain on that path until death. So what I want you to picture

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and this is the sub panel on some of our practice that is selected to sit in

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When I do the long China angle, came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he asked them to teach him.

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And he said, to say along with my Vini was said to me,

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Allah guide me, and said didn't mean

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which I'll translate by way of the Hadith itself. So the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim said, when you think of he Daya, when you think of guidance, asking the Lord for guidance, think about being on the path. So in other words, you actually should imagine that there is a path, and you're on that path, when you ask the Lord for guidance. Don't let it be just an abstract concept, actually think about a path.

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And he said, and when you when you ask for a sadad,

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then think of the arrow hitting his target,

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the arrow hitting his target. So in other words, you stay on that path. And you get to the end of that path. Being upon is determined means that you have a goal for yourself.

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That goal is the worship of a loss of habitat is to please Him is to download as you see here. And you imagine that there's a path and you don't want to go off to the right and the left is the karma requires that from us. It requires a goal.

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And it requires that you remain faithful to the values and beliefs that are necessary to stay on that path.

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The Prophet sallahu wa sallam

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informed us that a time will come to people

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were sagrada de COVID. halogen, that the one who is holding fast to his religion will be like one who was holding a hot piece of coal.

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The reality is, most of us have never tried to hold a piece of coal. And I don't recommend that.

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But even if you try to hold anything, that's half,

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it's very difficult. And it doesn't have to be, it's not gonna be as hard as a piece of coal, it's very difficult to hold onto that. In fact, for some people, they'll find it impossible. The process of like assumption that they will come to the people with time, when those who hold faster they're deemed to be like those who are holding on to a piece of code. And

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when we think about it,

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if you really believe in Islam,

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and you promote the beliefs of Islam, and you say there is an absolute truth,

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there's an absolute truth, I believe that there is an objective morality.

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This is what morality is.

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marriage is between a man and a woman. That's what I believe. That's what Islam says, Oh, he's homophobic, he's transphobic.

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He's against feminism, or whatever else, they might say, just because you actually believe

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that there's an objective morality, that this is what its name says. And this is what it is, and this is what I believe.

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So you get called names.

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And you're ridiculed.

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And you're called backwards. And because of all of that, you know what happens,

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you let go of the coal

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just to halfway.

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But when you let go of that code,

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you know what else also happens? It's not always the common.

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You went right, or you went left.

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And this doesn't mean that you have to in every situation you have to announce, you know, publicize what your view is on everything. But it does mean that you have to remain faithful to what you believe is the truth.

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And inshallah, if you're not that strong, you know, I just can't say these things in public or okay.

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By staying on that path, but it may lead some coin. allies will go Bless you. And believe me, there are more people like you, and who think like you think, than you realize.

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But because so many people are browbeaten into following the latest trends,

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just so that they can survive in a pluralistic society.

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pluralism by the way does not dictate that we become a soup

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You can be more like a salad, where he can actually distinguish between the things still live in some level and degree of harmony without being at work, doesn't mean that we all have to melt. American Way, of course is the melting pot, the theory. But the reality is, is that for a person who is truly holding on to their belief in a loss of habitat, you will be distinguished, you will be a bit strange.

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And our Prophet sallallahu wasallam said to bat a little more of that

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better Islam or even will say, I will do dollar email. Islam began strange.

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And it's going to go back to being streamed

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glad tidings to those who are strange, and, and will lie we don't go through any of the type of oppression

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and troubles and difficulties like the Prophet is lack of a synonym and the companions went through in order to establish the deen

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usually the worst thing that we go through, like the word accident words that you get fired when you die.

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It's like the worst thing. And if people talk about you on Facebook or something like that, you can, you can handle that challenge.

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But, but the reality is, is that for this team to have been established,

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people may sacrifice, sacrifice the lives

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they sacrifice their families, like their social status, they sacrifice everything, their wealth, they gave all of that up.

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So that we could be here today as worshipers of a loss of habitat.

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Pull me to the last semester, say that I have faith in Allah, and then be approved.

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There's a lot that

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that can be said on this particular topic. And what I like to do

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is go briefly over

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two points that have been acclaimed by him alongside dimensions

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that will help people remain steadfast or that is considered to be the path towards this economy.

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Before I get to what even will pay him mentioned,

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I want to remind myself

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and all of you

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that it is the tama is what we're asking for in every single salon.

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And be where when you ask fancy hair is

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so when you're saying is Dina as Sirocco, Mr. Dino Serato Misaki. That Serato. Mr. Team is upon.

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So you're asking elfi Daya Illa Elise DICOM, you're asking for guidance to this DICOM. But remember that a loss of her data does not accept data from a heart that is an attentive and heatless.

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So when we pray,

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when we pray, we should be conscious that we are asking the Lord for guidance to come and not just run through sort of telepath

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because many times, that's what we wind up doing. Because we're trying to get salaat over with we're not trying to enjoy the salon. Even in our language. Even in our language, we kind of just say, Well, let me just get a lot out the way and then we can do this

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and that's something we need to pay attention to. So with salted fatty ham, were asking for a steak

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and shake was 70 below him a long time and he said to a mentor in fact your father who was only

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Allah more about he he said I was thinking about what's the most beneficial

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thing what's the most beneficial driver? And he said and then it dawned on me that it is asking a lot of asking a loss aid to please Him.

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Right? You think about the data privacy some talk more I have

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to say at the end of every salon who knows that there are

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a lot of mine Yalla decreto Should we go asleep? Oh look at me and doing what and remembering you and thanking you worshipping you property. He says uh, I thought about it and it dawned on me that the most beneficial guys asking a lot a

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to please Him.

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Tomorrow he will fetch and then I saw that sort of confetti huh yeah can I Buddha can a stain is Dino serratos

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this is the most important do I that we can make and because it's the most important to either we can make allies with your made it an obligation upon us to make

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and that's just the sunova lost friends out of those things that we need most ponent and in from from a universal standpoint are the things that are most available? What is every human being needs the most?

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is there more air and more water?

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There's more air

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after air What do we need more water or food?

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Water is there more water or more food on earth is more water. It's just the way the last spring data created the creation and likewise shot on those things that are from a legislative standpoint the things that we meet need the most are the things that last grant data has obligated upon us the most.

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And so, therefore, that do I have sort of insolence in fancy houses in fancy itself is that is the most important to is what we need the most and so last transaction obligated upon us the most. So we should be pay attention to that. And recognize that we will only have st comma if allies of a joke gives us is the comma. And so we asked for it from a Lux habitat and to do either the Prophet salado Southern used to make the most according to them sentiment on the alongside and that was, yeah mckinleyville kulu that bits called the Aladdin.

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Oh turn of the hearts make my heart firm or your dean that's the karma being firm or the dean and staying on that path that's just become and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam when he would begin his prayer

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at night.

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And that night prayer is is extremely important because we're talking about the last third of the night, and God is more likely to be accepted by loss of Hannah Montana, the province of Largo Sonoma say llamada de la Ito McKay was found he found through a similarity or even like me with shadow and to tackle Vina evadne the human camera fi estetico

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if you don't know that part two is find this the Parker is Dini Lima, to defeat him and I'm happy to guide me to that which has a different over on the truth by your will with your permission, it Nick attack demon to show

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you guys when you will to a straight path. So to properly set them is asking Allah Subhana Allah to guide him to that straight path.

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prophets Elijah son was asking for us to comment and if our Prophet sallallahu wasallam is doing this, then it is very important likewise that we ask Allah Subhana Allah guidance to that path or at least the comp. But

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that being said,

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How do we get there? How do we get to the point where we are Muslim? Or what what is the path? What is the path towards this department, this realizada is will read some of the statements of imminent I am allowed to add on this particular point I ask that you just bear with me as we work through this. But it's it's quite important. So

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pivotal time is a very important book Costa Rica he wrote a

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and in that book, he says Congress will be the only party you can use Eagle allistic calm

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is going to mention for us a

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fundamental principle and mentioning the path that leads to St. Thomas.

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And he said there are two things.

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The first of them, the first of those things

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is hair loss. And so

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if you want to be

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Muslim, you want to be upright, you want to be steadfast. You want to be obedient to Allah Subhana Allah and you want to stay away from those things that are going to take you away from the obedience of a lot of parents outta here answer to

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that is that you

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are cognizant of that you guard your thoughts

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that you guard your thoughts,

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brothers and sisters, just again, stay with me this is it

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is very important steps that a person has to take in order to be right with a loss of habitat

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of heartache

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All right.

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In this context,

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it refers to the fleeting thoughts. So it's something that comes to mind. And then it goes.

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Okay, so you arrived down the street, you saw a billboard, something popped into your head and it came up, it was a thought came into life.

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There's something else called Eliza, or azeema,

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which is that you are firmly determined to do something.

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Okay, so we have Colossus, which are just these thoughts that you have. And then we have Isaiah, these are like, you're determined to do this. I have a plan, I figured out how to do it. And you start taking some action towards getting that thing done.

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In between those, we have Hmong hum. Does anybody know what that is?

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Okay, not not in this case, doesn't it doesn't mean stress in this case, it can.

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concerns. Okay, either hem maybe Shay, what does that mean?

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You actually, it's not a fleeting thought at this point. You have the intention to do something, but not quite an azeema. Where you're the you're firmly, you know, determined to do this thing. So there's, there's these three levers, little hammers in between the Carters just something that came to your mind and it kind of goes, as he goes, I'm firm, I'm going to do this thing and I've got a plan and, you know, working towards it, and that hum is somewhere in the middle. So just understanding the concepts, okay.

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he says that the first patent The first thing that one has to do in order to travel the path of being upright, and we'll step in here also to heart that you protect your thoughts will have to have will have a colon haven't been a man he had well is Sally mad, and that you are very conscious, and that you are cautious about allowing these thoughts to just linger in your head.

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Obviously, it's talking about those thoughts that are not good.

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And there's no body sitting here today. That is not from the children of Adam, we often the children of Adam will couldn't have any Adam cotton. All of us make mistakes.

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every sin that we have ever committed, has started out as a thought.

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Something came to your mind.

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And you thought about it.

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And then that thought lingered there

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and then it became an intention. And that intention became an azeema determination and then you went and did something that you should not have done.

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That's how that's how it all starts with it though.

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For in Atlanta for Sadie Cooley, even Kimberly Haggerty.

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And that's because all corruption

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every sin

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always starts with a thought because these thoughts are the seeds of shade line.

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He plants them in the heart

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if you let it stay there he comes in he waters it

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what is it until it grows.

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Understand this point. So it starts as a thought evil thoughts lead to evil actions if you don't get them out of your heart. Alright.

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So shaytani comes in he waters them Mark what's in baggage

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comes in What is it? What is it again until it becomes an errata you have the will to do this thing and then he keeps on keeps on watering it until it becomes as that this firm result.

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And then that will eventually produce ash

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goes on to say and that there's no doubt that pushing away that first thought getting it out of your head is a lot easier than stopping once you've already once you're already determined to do that thing.

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This is

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This is filled with one and by the way, not hambly or Chevy or Hanafi. filled. This is fill of your heart filled of really being a true slave of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So let us understand, okay, all right now, something bad comes to my mind is some kind of law, sometimes it's it's the result of your own overthinking. And sometimes it's just because you heard something, but you saw something in it, it affected some kind of way.

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And so you have to realize you have to

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take the time to know yourself. And the sense asking a loss of handle it's adequate, it's the common and realize that let me get rid of this stock before you know shaytaan waters it and it becomes you know, something else.

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So, that being said, even though time doesn't leave us hanging, he says for incoterm 34 Isla Himachal karate,

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so if you were to ask them, what's the path towards actually protecting my thoughts? How do I how do I do that? How do I keep myself from thinking bad things? Right.

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He says there are several s back there's several

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read several things that you can do.

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He's gonna mention 10 and I'm gonna mention 10 as well, but we're gonna kind of go through them quickly inshallah, that somebody if they liked. The end is going to summarize for us.

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Somebody who's paying a lot of attention. So number one, Mo Jasmine, the tilawat beats of Hannah, who were another de la comida wearing me beats up see Nikola Tesla. The first thing that you need to do in order to protect your thoughts is to have firm knowledge that a law is looking at your heart and that he has detailed knowledge of your thoughts. Number one, know that your thoughts do not escape the loss of habitat. He doesn't just see what you do aligns with y'all knows what you think he knows what's happening in your heart.

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Second thing is higher will come in

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is that you have some shame that you have some higher that you're shy in front of your Lords penalty.

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Number three is louder color and you're all mythological kalasa fee Basie Let me

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tell you married effetti woman have Betty's

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is that you revere Allah subhana wa Tada. Your reverence of him is profound enough to the extent that you do not want him to see those thoughts in the house that he has created, that is your heart in the house that he has created to know him into love.

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And somehow

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That's enough, it should be honestly,

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if we get those three things down, and then we internalize them.

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brothers and sisters in a span.

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You take your heart or money

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and you build a house.

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You build this house

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and you built it

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so that your children would have shelter

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so that they'd be able to they wouldn't have to worry about having a roof over their heads, and so forth.

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And then they did things in those houses that in that house that you built for them. They did things that

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were found displeasing to a loss of habitat.

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You will feel a certain kind of way because you've put forth so much effort to make sure that they had the things that they need. And then they use it in a way that it was unintended for

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allies with Joe Lovell Masada he created our hearts to know him to love him. And if we allow those hearts to be filled

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with that which is displeasing to him, we should we should have some degree of shame should have some degree of shame and this is this is what he's encouraging us with here.

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Robert hope will come in and test school to me 90 he beats hilkhot

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The fourth thing is that you fall from a loss grace because of those of us that you that you fear falling from his grace that

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lives with Joe Jani, you look as an adult, you want a lot of hold you in high esteem, if you will.

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But by doing these things you fall from, from the grace of a loss of habitat, a calmness, he fell color. And you said, you know, calling, and you said, you know,

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hi, Betty.

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So you are giving preference to a loss of habitat, that your heart will be occupied by other than his love.

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So there's, there's no room for anything else. If you fill it with the level of loss of habitat of it, there's no room for anything else.

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The sixth thing is that you fear that those evil thoughts will breed others and that's normally the case

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by thoughts breed.

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And the fire will spread, the fire of those thoughts will spread and consume the faith that is in your heart, and it will consume the love of Allah subhanaw taala such that it may disappear without you even realizing.

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Seven to know that these thoughts are just like seeds that are thrown to birds to hunt them.

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pantalon when a hunter

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wants to hunt birds, and he throws out the seeds, the birds come down to eat and then they all right there.

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It sets it as a trap. These thoughts are just like seeds that are thrown to birds, the hunting. They are put seeds thrown in a trap that's been laid to hunt you even though you don't realize

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that a thing

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is to know that these evil thoughts cannot be combined in the same heart with the thoughts that are Imani that are faith based.

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The diametric diametrically opposed.

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They don't come in the same heart except that one counters The other is a fight going on between those thoughts that are based on faith, your belief in Allah Subhana Allah and your love of him Suppan with Adam. And those evil thoughts is going to be a fight

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in your chest in your heart.

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One of them is going to conquer the other.

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They do not come into the same heart except that one conquers the other. And it expels and takes its place. So what do you think about a heart in which devilish and egotistical thoughts have conquered the many thoughts and expelled them and taking them place? What is this heart going to look like?

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Number nine, and yeah, Ireland and the telco co opted by honinbo horowhenua lassa Hilah. These thoughts are from the imaginary seeds that have no coast. If the heart enters the depths of the sea, it will be overwhelmed by that darkness and it will drown. Yeah, these thoughts they have no end. In other words, once you go down that road, you will drown. You can't swim, you won't be able to go against.

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You may at some point realize that you've gone down a dark path and you seek to be rescued. But it's like the drowning person that is grasping for seemingly

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a heart that is owned by thoughts. A heart that is owned by thoughts is far from success. It is tortured by these thoughts, in fact, and it is totally preoccupied with unbeneficial things. The last thing that he mentions in terms of his other co authored how do we protect our thoughts

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is to know that these thoughts are the Valley of the foolish. They are the wishes of the ignorant people which produce nothing except for regret and disgrace.

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And so

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it's critical brothers and sisters that a person who wants to meet Mr. King,

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it really are she really wants to travel a path that is pleasing to Allah Subhana who was added

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that the first step is to protect what you think about

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the first thing

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the second step,

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and the last step that you mentioned, is a little bit more important.

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And it's already nine o'clock, right?

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I'll summarize.

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I'll summarize. So the first one is what?

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Protect Your thoughts? How are you going to protect your thoughts?

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I mentioned 10 things you might not remember 10 things? How are you going to protected those?

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I'm not gonna answer that question. I'm asking you, how are you going to? I can't.

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Knowing that a lot is looking at us go a little further. But he's looking at what about you?

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And he's looking at your heart.

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And that I don't want a lot to see in my heart that which is this pleasing?

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time? Yes. I saw brother Yes.

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How do you protect your thoughts through them?

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So to appreciate and to note, to know and appreciate that Allah Subhana, Allah has given you this heart, to know Him, to love him to handle time and to worship Him. And therefore, because I know that I'm not going to allow those seeds to be planted by shape onto my heart.

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So there are other things.

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There one second, just on this point of thoughts.

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Just Just to add to something that I have said and it's it's not an actually an addition, but it in Charlotte's a clarification.

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Don't put yourself

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in environments, where you are going to begin to think that evil thoughts.

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Every person knows themselves. Every person knows themselves, you know, that will hungry land, when you're in the masjid, you have good thoughts, things are going well for you, you know that when you go to some other places, some people's houses, some whatever, that there are thoughts that come to you that are not good thoughts. Don't put yourself in that position.

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Don't as they say, Don't test your faith,

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not put yourself in a position where you are testing your faith.

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And that one, let me see if I pass or not, that's not one of those ones that you want to see whether you pass or fail.

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So keep away from environments that stir your emotions a certain kind of way that make you think a certain kind of way. It's very important.

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second point and this is this is the last point. So the first one is protecting your thoughts. The second one is said the A to F will be

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in the cotton Valley, I suggest

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that you are truthful in preparation for your meeting with a loss of habitat. This will help you for the common

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Well, we talked about it's the common I said that you should think about a what

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a path, Okay, perfect, that path ends with one

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it ends

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it ends with the hereafter.

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When you meet a loss of habitat, staying on that path requires that you protect your thoughts. The end of that path is that you will meet a lot of henna who was added being on the path and being the lead that will be the path of gender.

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So it actually makes sense that if you want to be Mr. P,

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that you have to protect your thoughts

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and that you have to prepare for what's at the end of that road. Do you have to prepare for death?

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truthful preparation.

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Anytime we know something is going to happen. In general, we prepare for that thing, whatever it might be. I'm going to dinner with songs I'm going to prepare. I'm going to wear whatever I'm going to wear. I'm thinking about these things. I'm going to hatch I'm going to prepare. Learn about what I'm supposed to do when I make tags. How long am I going to be there I need to take enough outfits when we prepare for things that we know are going to

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say look at

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me because it is urgent that you truthfully prepare for the meeting with a loss of Hannah who attack

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And he says that this is from the most beneficial things

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that help a person achieve escape karma.

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Why is that, because a person that truly prepares for the meeting with the loss of habitat

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in Qatar, cola boo, and it

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has been FC mean a long shadow. And

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at this point, a person's heart is detached from the dunya

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we still have to live here and just don't you still need a house, you still need it. But where is all of that it's, it's in your hands, it's not in your heart, the heart is detached from the union.

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And that preparation will extinguish the fires of passion that are inside of me, that is those passions that are for other than the love of a loss of habitat. So whatever shalhevet that a person has inside of them, and so forth, it's extinguished.

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When you truly prepare for that meeting with the loss of habitat, and well, that's a political who will not be and that heart turns to a loss of Hannah Montana.

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In once a loss of Hannah, what's his aspiration is to be close to Allah subhana wa tada to love Him and to prefer pleasing Allah Subhana Allah to Allah over all things.

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And this is critical.

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And some of the scholars of Islam have said that a person can test themselves when you are putting in position, one of them is pleasing to your knifes and the other one is pleasing to Allah and you can't do both, which one do you choose?

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And that is how you will be able to judge yourself.

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Do you really prefer to please the last panel data? Or are you trying to please yourself

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when a person gets to this level, where everything they do is to please Allah subhana wa Tada. And you may want to pay attention a little bit here, because this is this is the

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he says that this will bring about a new type of

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a new type of really striving and aspiring to be pleasing to a lot of data. And it will give you another level of

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of knowledge.

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Not not in a esoteric sense.

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But now you begin to experience what it really means to love a lost paradigm and that it's not theory anymore. It's not just something you read about, but you experience it and Subhanallah it's it's like a person who hears someone talk about marriage and then you actually get married is it's two different things. And Lisa Hello Kevin ya

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know hearing about is not like actually seeing it is not actually being engaged in so there's the one concept where we read about it and then there's when you actually experiences another level of knowledge now that

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he says

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what or that

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will add the 10 okra

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to coolness but to call being epi let down an accurate chronicity just mean I had it down bad and kanaky buggy on me.

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Once again,

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when you get to this level

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you may have only heard this I'm gonna say it in English because people are what Muslim says that

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when you get to this level, you will be born again.

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You will be born again.

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You heard a born again Christians have no time talking about BORN AGAIN Muslims.

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Well, it's even deeper than that.

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So he says, you will be born again.

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The heart at this birth to the hereafter

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will be like your body is to this world after it was in the heart after it was in the womb of

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its mother and he actually your body was in the womb of your mother.

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For you to call Boo Hoo wee lad the 10

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Happy to

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so the heart is actually born in this state, when it gets to the point where it is truly attached to a loss of power to Allah in its only aspiration is pleasing Allah.

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It's coming sorry

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you're late and

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it's this is not just from the fifth, this is through scribing and through a last minute that is gift

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you worship Allah Subhana Allah alone and but getting to this level is different. I mean, this is the level we're talking about

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the the the profits in the CIP the speed and assure them I saw that he were they really reached a level where they cared about nothing except for pleasing the loss of habitat. And it's not easy.

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It's not easy. So I'm gonna just just give it a second.

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He says just the same way that your body was really born, right? It was covered by by the womb and you were really born, the heart is covered by and knifes was sherawat

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there's stages

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and that once a person is able to shed them biologically then the heart will be born.

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Who call me a Nazi berries and

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as you know,

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me and buck me homie berries anila have he had done? Well had Martin ma us cutter nmsc some of the love it was sentimental. We'll call you have any it's funny in Nichelle Lynn tell Joe mallacoota summer of 20 do I'm telling you mallacoota summer heptad Tula do marotti

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He says, so the heart will be born and it will be berries

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you'll be out in the open for the hereafter the same way that this that your body is born into this like in this he says, What is the meaning of what is narrated that he sided? salatu salam said, Oh children of Israel, you will not?

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How do they say it in English.

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You will not taste It's not taste, I forget the word they use your kind of love. But anyway, that the meaning of it is that you will not find the kingdom I think that's sorry, that's how you will not find the kingdom of God until you are born again. Since this is the meaning of what is narrated on inside of the SelectUSA. Then in this the point he says here this is the point that I want us to, to focus on. Because I know that that's

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that's a bit of a higher level.

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But truly preparing for that meeting with a loss of habitat and

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truly know that Eternity

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is not something that we can fathom. That no matter how long we live on this earth, that we need to be preparing for real life and the death

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of Atilla here, I'll haiwan that the Hereafter is real life.

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That preparing for that is what will allow one to remain upon a path of destiny calm. However, I do want to mention this point shout out at it in closing.

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It will claim Rahim Allah to Allah says,

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because of the fact that the majority of people have not

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been born again.

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nor have they conceptualized they haven't even fathom the concept of being born again, fumbling a new subject.

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Or even get to the point because conceptualizing one thing believing in it is another thing, right? That they even believe in it. He says for your poodle Kyle came for you live in La Jolla. Kimmy How can a grown man be born and K for you little called How can the heart be born? He says because of the fact that people can't conceptual our habit conceptualize it.

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Don't know people who have experienced it, let them you can loan La Jolla azeema they have no aspiration to get to that level and no determination because they don't know it exists.

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which is which is such a phenomenal point. Phenomenal you know and it's it's from the blessings

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of being around people who are more knowledgeable of being around people who are better worshipers of the last fantastic all of that because you start to aspire to do things

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Did you didn't even know like people still ask for help? I remember not too long ago effect I heard someone young 14 or 15 say

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nobody prays at night anymore. That's what they did at the time of the Sahaba.

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fam Yeah, he didn't understand that there's still people, Muslims

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who pray at night,

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every night, they may not look like you. So panela

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I had a very good friend of mine, older older brothers in the 70s.

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in Medina, if you looked at him, he didn't have a beer. He used to say, I make do either love makes me strong enough to have a beer.

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I love it.

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I know for a fact, the band prays every night in the last third of the night praise five food Yeah, all five Salawat in the process messy. Even though there's 2025 minutes away.

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Look at him, it doesn't look like

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if it has a look at the look, that wouldn't be what you would expect to Panama. But some panelists have to

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say but if I'm still good at this,

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but some people because they've never experienced it, or they haven't been around those kind of people. They don't aspire to it this way. But I'm kind of talking about here. Because so many people have never experienced that. I don't know anybody that has experienced that. They don't even know it exists, that the heart can really get to a point where it really desires nothing except for the pleaser except the pleasure of philosophy hands on, then they don't aspire for it. They don't have any determination to get there. In case they ask them out of shape, Monday article. So how can somebody be determined to do something that they don't even know exists? And they don't believe in?

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So he says, well, that can either push it but he's ever love looking at uncut subdirectory radical argument

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is the last thing I wanted to read from here, he says, but if the hijab

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heedlessness and neglect is removed from the heart, then that person he will believe in and he will know that his heart has not yet been born.

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So as we strive for this path is

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so much. I mean, this is our beam, right? This is what we asked the last sentence out of Forza, there's so much that can be said about this topic is the common and hopefully,

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you know, this won't be the last opportunity that you hear about an SD card or that there will be other people that approach it from different angles. But this is our life. This is what we're asking for it, you know, sent off to them study guides to the straight path. And this is what we're asking a lot for when we're saying Evel Knievel kulu kulu Granada, Deena, can we say I'm hoping that answers a kulula, Nevada, Dayton, Ohio.

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All of these guys that we were asking the last database DICOM understanding that it's a path and that it ends. And then it ends with that meaning with the loss of hematology. It'd be like data will be one of those things that will help us conceptualize what is necessary for us to comment as we asked the lives of a job to make us a Python is almost stuck in there any questions? I'll take them now. shala for the

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Correct? Well, yeah. Good. I'm glad you mentioned that point. So guarding the thoughts though, if I'm protecting, I'm protecting from those things that I don't want, right? I mean, just think about protected. We have humbler, we have protection outside the mess, right? That doesn't mean that Muslims can come in people that just want to pray. They're trying to keep people that don't want good from coming in, right? I mean, that's normally what the what a guard is going to do. So that just because we're guarding our thoughts, it means that we want to keep the bad ones out. And we want to let the good thoughts come in. We definitely want to entertain good thoughts. And in fact,

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you know, the profit is from a lost hands on his infinite mercy is that we get rewarded for good thoughts even if we didn't do anything.

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From the laws mercy. Menachem may be hesitant, and you have the thought

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it stuck in your mind. It wasn't just a fleeting thought, right? There was a hem man Hammurabi hasn't been but you didn't do what you still get the reward is still written as if you did a good deed.

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So yes, definitely we want to entertain those good thoughts. What those good thoughts to grow

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Anything else

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further and back first. So

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he said he said if the Khushi for example, are fluffy and Uncle sad that can be that eco Anima and LMU lead back.

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So once that heedlessness is removed from the heart or or that he says he dabbled Laughlin which is the the barrier of negligence and heedlessness and so forth, apathy, maybe you? Right, once that's removed from the heart,

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then then the person will believe he will believe that there's his heart can be born and he will know that his heart has not yet been born. Naga

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kapha, la mina pizza.

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Man, a lot of philosophy comes from How long have you guys had olona? I'm sorry, this is how many questions? Yes.

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Yeah. So right, so so it'll kind of him a lot. He's mentioning here, that knowing prior to that evil, evil thoughts, lead to evil actions, which lead to regret. I mean, that that's the nature of the human being, who still has some who are lost friends, allies, favorites, and still have some connection with him, that when they've done something wrong, they feel like they've done something wrong. And that is healthy. That's healthy, because it allows you to make Toba any medical doctors here.

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Okay, maybe, maybe you have enough knowledge of medicine to help me on this point here.

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If somebody is beginning to get sick,

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maybe there's a growth, where they shouldn't be growth inside the body, is it better that they feel it or they don't feel it,

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it's better that they feel it, because then you can, then you can treat it before it becomes it gets out of hand and it becomes something that is actually dangerous and harmful, and so forth. And it's similar for when somebody does something that is displeasing to a loss of data that they feel something inside of themselves, because if they don't, they're gonna continue in that path. The fact that they feel regret is actually good.

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And that's why the province of Ontario said until the to another, another matoba that feeling regret is actually Toba. Because once you feel that regret, that should lead to you leaving it all, because you don't want to keep doing something that you feel remorseful about. And it shouldn't be too firm determination that you will not go back to doing that thing, which is those are the conditions of October.

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So his his point here was that part of the way that I'm encouraged to keep these thoughts out of my mind is that I know that they need to actions that I will then regret. It doesn't mean that a person is going to be perfect.

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In fact, a large result set to the province of Ontario so

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a larger says in the Quran was the theme of La

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was still fuel.

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It's the theme of La stuff you can be upright and and seek forgiveness. What's the relationship between it's the common and it's good for

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anybody? No.

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It's the relationship between the communist and from that as you try to be Muslim and you try to travel that path is the common you're going to slip sometimes. It's the nature of human beings. There's going to be some and not all slippage is created equal by the way. It's not an excuse, you know to commit major sins Oh, we all make mistakes. Not all mistakes are the same.

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the point though, is that

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a larger joke in in commanding us is the karma also commands us with a State Farm and it's similar to statement of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam way says it tequila, hater macaroons. Fear Allah, wherever you may be. Well, let's be

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Well as we say, Tell hesson tiempo follow up a bad deal with a good D and it will erase it what's the relationship between the baddies gonna be a tough one as you try to have tough will wherever you are, there's going to be some shortcomings. So when you have a shortcoming follow up with a with a goodie and it will erase and there's always hope. There's always hope what I'm doing

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No, negative thoughts are not written down as a sin. What's written down as a sin is the person who has an azeema to do something that is negative. So a person who has not just the mere intention but they they're determined to do that negative thing even if they don't do it it's written as if they've done

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correct correct

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Yeah, I mean, the profit is allowed to sit in when you say the at the top

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must be many many sci fi sci fi man for a party to one or two will have enough

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to Muslims come together with their swords and she

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then the killer and the kill

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the murderer and the one who and the victim if you will. Are the Hellfire bass Okay, we understand about the murder but what about the one who was killed? What about the one What about the victim that prophesied Some said Can a howdy son, I thought we saw he was determined to kill his campaign.

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Only thing that stopped him was

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he got killed first.

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But this is more than just the evil thought he didn't just think about it. He actually grabbed the sword and you know went out so allies and universal zealots

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The one who is determined to do something from a legislative standpoint, is given the same ruling

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in terms of what's written with the last hand data as the one who has done the action.

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And inshallah we'll discuss more that we deal with our class went over the and shall

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handlers haggle over how do you guys handle loads of stuff?

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So just as a quick reminder,

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the class will be tomorrow at 830 inshallah registration will take place. We will also be providing babysitting for those who also want to attend with children and children. So everyone is welcome in Sharla