Tahir Wyatt – Ubudiyyah #18

Tahir Wyatt
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the insincere nature of worshipers and the importance of unity in face of conflict. They emphasize the loss of discernment and the loss of experienced people, as well as the importance of affirmation and negation in worship of the Lord. They also touch on the success of following Prophet Alayshi's teachings and the deen of Islam, as well as the importance of being patient with it. The deen of Islam is addressed as the source of malice.
AI: Transcript ©
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hamdulillah Madonna stain or wanna start poodle, when I will be learning misura fusino sejahtera Marina, Mayor de la palma de la la, la la, la la, la la la la la la, la sharika or shadow, Mohammed Abu Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi, WA early he was talking, he was setting limits as Steven cathinone, Naomi Dean. And today inshallah, instead of reading from the normal book that we read from or the normal translation, which is the translation of a pod,

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we're going to read from this translation. And that is because of several errors that are in the last part of the book, and the omission of at least 30% of what remains without any indication that has been omitted. So,

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because of that, we're going to use this translation today in shallow chatter.

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And we'll also be skipping I'm going to intentionally omit now mentioned where we omit, there are certain parts of the latter part of the book where Shaykh was Sam does a very deep dive into some of the terminology of the people have to solve, as well as their grammatical points that a person who doesn't know the Arabic language or not just doesn't know, but doesn't know the grammar. And the syntax of the Arabic language wouldn't really benefit

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the way that the author has intended for a person to benefit. So it doesn't actually make a lot of sense for us to try to read that in English, and then try to explain it in Arabic and then back in English. So we're going to skip over some of that. But the main ideas of the last part of the book while on the left, we'll be able to catch using this translation between the United States so we're on page 67. And this translation, it ends on page 89. So it's 23 pages. And we're going to probably skip about five or six pages only. So we should be able to get the majority of the book done be in the lights on and now fellowship alaminos salatu salam ala nabina Muhammad Allah Allah he was

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to him about Allah. This principle is the fundamental principle of the religion of Islam to the extent that the realization of its entails of it entails the realization of the religion. God sent the messengers with the principle and revealed the scriptures based upon it. The messenger sallallahu Sallam called to it struggled for it, commanded by it and desired it. This principle is the pole of the religion around which millstone terms polytheism shirk, however, dominate souls as is narrated in a hadith type hamdulillah. Shake was Sam Rahim Allah tada is referring to what he narrated previously from the prophet Isaiah salatu salam, which is that any deed that is done

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that is not from this affair of ours and from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is a religion it doesn't have any basis in the religion of Assam then it's going to be rejected and the statement of the Prophet it is Salatu was Sadam, which says in the Milanello vignette, that actions are by their intention. So this is the dean revolves around this as it as a principle that you worship along the way that he prescribed for you to worship him that the beam revolves around that. He said, however, however, okay, this is also the basis of tawheed by the way, okay? That is that you single out a loss of data in your worship and you worship him the way that he told you to worship Him. He says,

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however, a shooter is, he says, dominates the souls as is narrated in the Hadith now,

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this is narrated in the Hadeeth it any shooter is more hidden than the crawling of an ant. In another Hadith, Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu said, jasola How can we save ourselves from it when it is more hidden than the crawling of an ant? The prophets of the law lucidum said, I will back up above record, shall I not teach you a word which you can say to save yourself from both the smallest and greatest, you know any aspects of it? say, Oh Allah, I seek refuge with you from knowingly associating any partner with you. And I seek your forgiveness for that which I do not know. Also, so so this is the the either the prophet Isaiah salado Sadam taught, I will look at acidic. Well, the

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Allahu taala and who has to do either we should memorize aluminio the beaker and oshika beaker and Adam was so futile Candyman Adam. So if a person says this, then he'll be saved from chick fil a who would you like? What's that mean? There's another is there another Hadith where the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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Ditko hula hoop in relationship to do I

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yeah, I know he knows that too because he's saying in his cute

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loving Philly them be colorful whoa whoa, whoa whoa, whoa whoa

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whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa and Anita who was super right? Oh ALLAH and this to add the price of a sudden when making his sujood often Allah forgive me of my sins all of them Ditka who would you love that which is not so blatant and that which is blatant? Like the jila who is that which is Kabir what goes on here Johnny. So

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So here the prophet Isaiah salado Sadam is telling me that if you say these words alright then the last part of data will save you from shift that which is very clear and that which is the peak or how would you translate that in conspicuous and conspicuous okay.

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Or conspicuous

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and conspicuous or conspicuous

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Okay, not conspicuous There you go. So, they the these words are very important allama allama in the alto Vika Allah I seek refuge in You and oceanica Vika and Adam, of associating partners with you. While I know this, I'm it's clear to me that this is what I'm doing. What stops people getting mad at me? And I seek your forgiveness for that, which I don't know. What's that mean? How can somebody commit shift and they don't know?

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Okay, so holding someone in higher esteem than you should play? How's that shift?

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Right. So if we what is okay? So here

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the profit is collides with finances who affair and it's more hidden. This type of shit often is also referred to. And you'll see in certain other narrations, the prophet is allowed to sit and specifically talks about Aria, which is, which is asked entation or to show off to do something, because you want someone else to see you. Okay, and the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in would also seek refuge with ALLAH Subhana Tana

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or he would also bring light to not just sort of yet but also asuma and asuma from the room send me out, which means what?

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Send me out semia to hear to hear, right semia sama? Right, is doing something to be heard. Okay, so normally what happens, I mean, obviously, this is pre social media. But normally a person doesn't act any for other than the last transaction that will react, they're doing it to be to be seen. They talk about it afterwards. sumartin to be to be heard. Right. And, I mean, it still happens, it still it still happens, not just but I'm saying sometimes people do it to be seen and heard now, but people who have done a good deed, right?

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They may in fact, commit should after, after the good deed because they talk to people about it because they want people to know about the good deeds that they that they did. Okay, and so all of these are forms of shooting doesn't necessarily take a person of react Soma does not take a person immediately outside of the fold of Islam because they did it for one actor to x, it doesn't take this person outside of the fold of his name. So this is known as as a should us, okay, which is often translated as the minor form of schicke. I like is Sheikh Abu Mohammed says the lesser form, right so that we don't because a lot of times you think minor, we think that it's

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we think it's my new we think that it's not something major and and the lesser form of shipping is actually greater in terms of its graver in terms of its sin than many of the combatants

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that is the the major sins. So it's it's important that we don't be little, the significance of the lesser form of a shooting and what is the lesser form of shooting. It is everything that is called shoot by loss of habitat.

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by the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sudan. But the evidence indicates that it does not take a person outside of the fold of Islam. Okay, and so these are the things that oftentimes lead to the greater form of shift that would take someone outside of the fold of Islam. So again, the lesser form of shirk is everything that is called should in the Quran, or by the prophet it is selected to sit in. But there's other evidence to show that doesn't take a person outside of fold of his name. So for example, the prophets on the line there was some set. Man * if you lay the lay for Clyde, Ashleigh, whoever swears by other than Allah has committed should.

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Okay, whoever swears by other than Allah has committed by how do we know that that doesn't take somebody immediately outside of the fold of Islam? Because they were people who

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swore by other than a loss of hands out in front of the Prophet it is selected with Sadam, and he reprimanded them. But he didn't say that you have exited the fold of Islam and you have to come back and take Shahada again, or anything like that. All right. So

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you hear in some nations and some places that people say off their tongue whenever right by the prophet, right, they swear by the prophet It is hard to say and it's a form of there's a form of should us.

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Why is that because the when you swear by something, you are doing what?

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Making Tao clean any that you are venerating and magnifying that thing and to swear by something. Nobody deserves that form of veneration other than Allah Subhana who attack and that's a bad habit that some people have, including those who comes to this fan, when they swear on a mother's grave or they swear. right because they hold this thing in high esteem. No one deserves that type of esteem other than Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Well, that's exactly what and who said don't don't don't

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consider yourselves to be pure and and and testify to the purity of your soul.

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I don't know that that's a a form of shooting.

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I don't know that as a form of shooting but it is I mean Allah Subhana Allah said not to do it, so it's definitely hot on

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now Photoshop.

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Also, Omar, even Uncle Bob used to say in his applications, Oh Allah, make all my deeds righteous and make them pure and sincere for your face, and do not allow any share of them to be for another now. allama john Imani Kula who salejaw will you watch heater Holly salt. Well, that said john Lee I had in V Shea. That's the dude that is narrated on all model the Aloha China and who? And

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I believe that I searched for that do I at one point and other than the books of shareholders saying between me and him a lot of time, and I didn't find it. So if somebody finds it in other than the books of shaker slam, let us know. But it's pretty famous in terms of being from the Dalai Lama on the low side and right at the end of the day, it's not revelation, and it's a good deal. So if a person makes it, then

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it's a it's a good deal to make even though it even though it's not narrated directly from the prophet Isaiah so as was saying, but it would bring, make the heart more content if knowing that it was from the Holy Father she didn't know.

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There are many hidden desires show what that intermingle with souls, corrupting them in the realization of their love and worship for a law and in their sincerity for the religion for him. Should that even be said, Oh, you Arabs? The things I fear most for you are hypocrisy and hidden desire. It was said to be the Buddha sitting standing, what is hidden desire so so here he translates over yet as hypocrisy, but I'm not I'm not particularly comfortable with that in this mold in this particular context, because I think he is actually referring to showing off which which is a form of hypocrisy, but it's not all of hypocrisy. And so so here in the office of Matt, how far

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they come out of the air now, which which he is referring to showing off. So I think that that's just more or ostentatious, if you will. That's a more appropriate translation here.

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It was said to be done with a city standing what is hidden desire, he said the love of leadership. So upon Allah subhanaw taala. A shout out to all happy, loving leadership wanting to be in a leadership position.

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cobbin Matic radiola 100 reported that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the greed of a man for wealth and honor is more destructive to his religion than the damage of two hungry wolves among a flock of sheep.

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A Timothy said that this hadith is is authoritative and satisfactory Anasazi one has an or has no so he has a

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tie you know, so the author is going to explain explain this Hadeeth very briefly, there's also a treaties in the English language that was translated a treaties by Mr. Logic

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by Hamilton Allah to Allah explaining this hadith and is one of the I mean, these these are some of the treasures in the English language that often get lost. But uh, it was translated back in the mid 90s.

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though now that we'll Burbank Aloha

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and it was under the title the evil of craving for wealth and status evil of craving for wealth and status. And that that is even Rajapakse explanation of this handy and when Evan Rogers explains the Hadeeth you got to bite down on to that it's panela his explanation of 40 heads of an amendment no he

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and then his additional eight Heidi's to make it 50

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is is phenomenal. It's phenomenal and it should be you know, it should be read continuously, you know, once a year for person has the opportunity to at least because the book is phenomenal. Even Roger even

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you know, his explanations are horrible Hardy, just called federal barely before, half of them and hedgebrook fettle barely. They said if illogic would have finished his fettle barely, they wouldn't have been another book like it in terms of explanation of it. So it explains how do you want to get it and you want to read it and you want to try to soak it in so penalised he was different. So his explanation of this Hadeeth

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is is phenomenal. And I recommend that you get your hands on you can even find it PDF. It's called the craving the evil of craving for wealth and status.

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Yeah, but you can find on PDF

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it's 2020 sheet.

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Fight yet so now Shake was Sam's just going to explain it very briefly. Why is this? Why did the prophets a lot It was seldom or when he says that a person who is craving wealth and craving honor craving status, and he Subhana Allah, that this is so destructive to a person's religion, to go ahead. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam explained that greed for wealth and honor is no less destructive of religion than the destruction of two hungry wolves for a flock of sheep. I have not one hungry wolf alone, but to imagine what two wolves would do to a flock of sheep. How many sheep gonna be left when they get done? Not none of. And so if a person is craving for wealth and status,

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and they want to be honored, they want to be praised, they want to be recognized as being noble, then that's going to destroy the ad. Now.

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Likewise, he explained that the secure religion does not include this greed, and that when a heart taste the sweetness of its worship and love for a law, nothing will be more beloved to hit the to it than that. And so he will prefer it in this way, evil and start right there. I just want us to look at

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he's talking about a hips and Mary was sharp, not that a person once wealth, but that a person craves it, in is is keen on attaining it, which means that was that what are they going to do? They're going to do anything by it's going to be a by any means necessary, right to get the wealth, and it doesn't matter if they're doing something that's hard on and it doesn't matter if that it takes them away from doing what Allah Subhana Allah has made an obligation upon, they're going to crave they're going to go after that well, and that desire for wealth is going to destroy the ad because they're going to leave off that they're going to love that and they're going to become the

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slaves of the dinar and the dead ham and the dollars in a sense, as opposed to being slaves of Allah subhanho wa Taala And likewise, those who crave that wealth and status or excuse me, those who crave status and shakers same is actually going to talk about that. On the next page I'll delay speaking about until then, inshallah. In this way, evil and blatant sin will be diverted from the person from the people of sincerity to Allah. As the exalted one says, we did this so that we might turn evil and blatant sin

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away from him. Surely he was one of our chosen worshipers Okay.

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What sorta is this? For those of you who follow sorted use of so a lot my dad is talking about use of Addison and he says because Attica the Nasri fine who assume? Well fashion.

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We've done this to do what avert evil and blatant sin from him time. So Allah Subhana Allah is saying that the servants that he chooses,

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that is meticulous.

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And he chooses them, because they are meticulous, right? Because they are sincere. And so ultimately, through their sincerity Allah Subhana, Allah chooses them and if ally xojo chooses his servant, and he will avert that evil and, and blatant sin from them. And I think this was something that was asked yesterday about a person who may still desire, you know, to, to do some of the sins, and it doesn't mean that a person will never be tempted to do something, but that Allah Subhana Allah will protect them from actually doing that thing. And part of a loss of habitat is protection for his servant is to not be exposed to those things which cause you to have the temptation and it

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doesn't just mean a lustful temptation and for for a woman or for men or for whatever love any of the temptations that take you away any of the appetites that take you away from the worship of Allah subhanaw taala that Eliza gel keeps you from those environments that that would call you to them. And that's, I mean, that's part of the protection of a lost parent and that's part of his stuff. And he that he averts that from

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which is interesting that that same terminology that same word is used in high detail istikhara

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right so towards the end so so the first part is because you're asking Allah Subhana tada

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by his knowledge of the unseen and so that he does what the if this particular thing is good for you, that Allah Subhana Allah decree it for you and he bless you in it and so forth. What in Cana had a shovel needs Lee Dini with my GED Emily, we're at foster live who I need was griffonia. If this thing is not good for me, and my Dean and my doing in my, in that which is

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hasten than that which is to come right my life in the Hereafter, then take it away from me avert it from me and avert me from it. What does it mean to avert me from it? What does that mean?

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Exactly, to take it out of your heart to take the desire for this thing out of your heart, get it out, get it out of my heart. Right, so so Pamela that's that that is from Topeka la semana data for his chosen service, that that he averts those type of evils from from him not. The one who has sincerity for a law has tasted the sweetness of his worship of his worship of a law, which prevents him from the worship of others, and has tasted the sweetness of his love for a law which prevents him from loving others, right? Because once a person tastes the worship, the sweetness of the worship of Allah subhanaw taala he won't want to worship anything else. Period. It. It's, it's I

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mean, it's pretty obvious. But once a person for example, experiences something that is a next level, right? Like for example, some people say when they test drive a car for you, they say I can never drive a four cylinder again, I'm driven eight cylinder now, I can never go back to force summon some people they drive an SUV, they can never go back to a sedan, right.

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So they can, it's there's certain things that once a person experiences that they can't go to what is what is less, they just can't. You know, it doesn't, it doesn't fit for them anymore. Once a person taste the sweetness of the worship of Allah subhanaw taala there is nothing that is higher than that, in terms of worship. Therefore, what they won't want to worship anything else. And once they taste the sweetness of loving a lot of hands on it and they won't. They won't have love for anything, others for any others not, for there is nothing sweeter, tastier, more delightful, more tender, more favorable to a heart than the sweetness of faith, which necessarily includes its

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worship of a law. Its love for him and the sincerity of religion for him. This necessitates the attraction of a heart to a law for a heart becomes repentant to a law and fearful of him with a balance of hope and anxiety. Just as the example

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One says, the one who feared the infinite, the Merciful, unseen, and brought a repentant heart to Him, not men, hotshot white men, I believe it would have been muneeb men harshly or what man, I believe it says here, the one who feared the infinitely merciful, unseen Yanni another words, who feared a loss of habits added before to hear after any they feared him before they saw a loss of hand which

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would be called him money, and came with a heart that is repentant. Now, this is so because a lover fears either the cessation of that which he seeks, or the attainment of that which he dreads. Thus, he could only be a worshiper and lover of a law, by having both fear and hope, right, he has to have both fear and hope, fear of what of, of losing, of losing that which he hopes for. Right? So it's not just the hope and the sense that as he says, Here, he fears either the cessation of that which he seeks, and in other words, losing the thing that he is trying to gain, right, or the attainment of that which he dreads, which would be its opposite. No,

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no, those who could only be a worshiper and lover of a law by having both fear and hope. The Exalted one says, those on whom they call are themselves seeking a means of access to their Lord, as to which of them is nearer they hope for his mercy and fear his punishment, surely the punishment of your Lord is to be feared. In other words, those who call upon other than Allah subhana wa tan, those who invoke other than the last kind of talent, the ones they are invoking, they are themselves seeking you ever to hoonah Isla be him Allah sila, they are seeking a way to get closer to Allah subhana wa tada that empty LA is Yatta hoon. is a is a means are they seeking that means of drawing

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closer to a loss of habitat. That is their love. And then it says they hope for his mercy and they fear his punishment. So again, they themselves combine between love, fear and hope know, when a worshiper is sincere toward a law, his Lord chooses him and revives his heart. He attracts his heart to himself. Okay, okay, let's pay attention here this this part he's going to, and this is probably one of the best explanations you'll ever find. For the statement of a loss of hands data from a two minute tequila who Hawa Have you not seen the one who takes his desires or his desire as his Lord? Okay, this section right here, shaker was saying I was building up to explaining that. So it was

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important that we we understand this part here, right? Good start start again. When a worshiper when a worshiper is sincere towards a law, his Lord chooses him and revives his heart okay. He chooses him Why?

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What did he just say? Because of his sincerity, right, sincerity is very important and shake was Sam and he he emphasized over and over again if he needs to be accepted that they have to be sincere and they have to what coincide with the Sunnah of the Prophet it is silence was setting up but even that, out of the two sincerity is going to be the more the most important because a person a person who is sincere, Allah subhana wa tada will guide them, a person who is sincere, Allah Subhana. Allah will guide them even if even if their sincerity in the beginning, there is some deficiency in their following of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent in, but through their sincerity Allah Subhana Allah

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will guide them as a person who knows the guidance of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sin and does things apparently that comply with his Sunnah, but they're not sincere. Then that's what? That's hypocrisy. Right? That's hypocrisy and those people for Duncan is very mininum they end the bottom pits of the Hellfire now he attracts this his heart to himself. This diverting from it any evil and blatant sin that contradicts this attraction. This heart is in fearful of contradicting that attraction in opposition to a heart that is not sincere to a lot right so that one heart that one heart that is aligned with Joe draws that heart to Him, okay, the opposite of that heart is one that

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is not sincere. So Allah subhana wa tada right for, for it has an unqualified desire will end love unqualified here maybe even though that's a decent translation, what he's talking about his is unfocused. So you remember yesterday we talked about a person for example, who listens to poetry, and nowadays people listen to songs and it just creates email.

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Right, but that emotion doesn't have it, have it have a focused object, right? So here, this is what he's talking about here. So, so this this insincere heart, it has desire to and it has love and it has a will. But but but it's not focused on a loss of time, right? This and insincere heart desires, whatever occurs to it, and claims to whatever it desires. Just as a branch begins in the direction of the wind, sometimes forbidden and non forbidden images attracted and it does remains a captive slave to one who were he did take it as a slave would render it shameful, disgraceful and blameworthy. Okay. Let's try to understand it very quickly.

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So here he's saying that when the heart is insincere, and what did we say yesterday, if it's not sincere, is weak. So that that's why he says it what just like a branch bends in the wind, that's how to harden whatever, whatever is calling it at that particular time. That's what it becomes attracted to, to the point that the heart may become enslaved to something. Okay, that if it was the slave of the heart, it will be shameful. What's that mean? Have you ever heard of, for example,

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there's just let's just say there was an employee, okay, as an employee, because a lot of times for us we think of slave and master, it's just not, we don't have that kind of society. We didn't grow up like that. So to understand think of an employee, employee is foul mouth comes to work. disheveled, smelly, right?

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The employer, right, this person works for the employer, how does it make the employer look?

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It makes him look bad, even though

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he's an employee. It doesn't. It doesn't really reflect if you will, on the employer. He's paying this guy. Now. That makes him look bad. Because he's got an employee. This is just like, what's wrong with this guy? What if he worked for that guy? Which would be worse? The fact that he works for somebody that's like, that is worse, right? So let's look at it man. He's saying here sometimes we've been in life a bit. Well, okay. He says, and thus it and it Jani, the heart thus remains a captive slave. The heart remains a captive slave to one who were he to take it as a slave, the only word that heart to take it as a slave, it would run it would be shameful.

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It would be shameful to have a slave like that. So what about that thing being your master? This is what Jake was saying was saying here. Now,

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at other times, a desire for nobility and leadership attract an insincere heart. And thus one word, one word pleases the heart, and another word anger, is it the one who praises an insincere heart, even if it is false praise in slaves read that again. The one who praises an insincere heart, even if it is false praise in slaves it right. Some people get praised, and they know they don't deserve the praise that they are getting. But their objective becomes to be praised, not to do praiseworthy actions. And so, they just want to hear people say good things about them, and praise them. Right. So that's what he's saying here, the one who praises an insincere heart enslaves it. Why? Because

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all that person wants to do is be praised. So if you praise Him, then you become his, his master

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And the one who criticizes it, even if it is the truth becomes its enemy. Yet Why? Because his objective is to be praised, not to do praiseworthy things. So panela someone may come and say something, they criticize you, and that their criticisms actually correct. And that's good for you. Because if you're criticized, and then you change and meaning if you're criticized, and it's the truth, right? And then you change that behavior, and you start doing what is more beloved to Allah subhanaw taala but this is better for you. Right? But for a person whose objective becomes to be praised and one criticizes him as an as an enemy.

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Not yet. Yet other times dear hems, dinars and similar types of wealth are among the matters that enslave hearts, which in turn desire these things. Thus, a worshiper with an insincere heart, takes his desire as His deity and follows his desire without any guidance from a loss leader. See that the worship or with

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An instance your heart takes his desire, as is the following item and the tougher the healer, who Hawaii University, the one who was taking his desire as His deity. And so these are the type of things when that when that heart is not attached to a loss of data, it it just begins with the wind. Right? And then it'll, it'll follow any of those desires. Whoever is not sincere to Allah and worshiping Him, such that his heart is enslaved to its Lord, the one who has no partners, so that he is more beloved to him than anyone else, and so that he is humble and submissive to him. Well, then, if he is not, if he is not created, created beings enslave him and devils overwhelm his heart,

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he will be the one of the he will be one of the tempters and the brethren of the brethren have the devil, evil and blatant sin increases in him to the extent that only Allah knows, this is a necessary matter from which there is no escape. For if a heart is not a monotheistic honey, that is turning to a law and turning away from all others, it will be a polytheist shoe, turning to a lot and turning away from all others for me yet for a bit told, well, you remember, so, whoever what rejects the tall vote and believes in has faith in Allah, you have to do both, without both the person even if they have some level of faith and a loss of hands on it, they turn to Allah subhanaw

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taala sometimes, but not turn away from everything else, then that is not a heart that is Hanif and it is not a heart of the more

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so set yourself this this is actually from from the core, the these these are is so such itself entirely. So set yourself entirely toward the religion with sincerity Hanif according to the true nature upon which he created all people. There was no altering the creation of a law. That is the straight religion, a dino Iam, but most people do not know it. Turn to him, fear Him be in constant prayer, and do not be one of the polytheist one of those who split up their religion and become *, each party rejoicing and what it has no, that references wrong now, because this is sort of the room. Yeah, that's in sort of

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here, we're going to skip this part. Because this is actually a digression here, shake was Sam. The title that was given by the translator here says the way of evil to him and the way of your own and shake was simultaneous to him Allah at this particular juncture is going to talk about the all of the monotheists are following the way of Ibrahim and his progeny that were from the NBA and the Russell whereas those who deny a loss of hematite is oneness and his uniqueness of Hannah watan and his divinity, they are the followers of Pharaoh and there's a reason why he wrote it but I'm not going to go into that detail here. So skip to page 71

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and start these people held on to ambiguous statements. These people held on to the ambiguous statements of the shapes just as the Christians had done. An example of this is the term annihilation fena which is which is a three times one type of finale is for the prophets and saints in the Odia who have reached perfection. Another type is for those who aim to reach the level of the saints and righteous people and yet another type is for the apostatized hypocrites who spread confusion okay so here shapeless them is talking here about the ex back or the followers of fear own

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and he says that these people held on to ambiguous statement out when he's talking about the followers of fear own. He's talking about those who have left off to heat and he's specifically referring to what would later return the latter sufia or the extreme

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Sufis Sufi

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the extreme Sophie's Okay, and he says they held on to ambiguous statements of the shapes by

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Alma too shabby. This is what he calls

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ambiguous statements, what we have to understand and this is important because it goes across the board a lot of the terminology that you'll find in the Now, let me just take a step back, so we can just recalibrate. Why do you think shape is the same in the first place is talking about extreme Sophie's was the point in this book.

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Okay, how they went wrong and what and worship, because this book is dealing with worship and a bed. Right. And, and the other two so Wolf, they were the people who are known as the people of a bed and Tez, kiya and so forth. So worship and purifying this, the soul and so forth. So because of that shape of Islam, and because of the way that the question was asked in the beginning, is there a station that is higher than a bed those who say that are from the, from the shoe of the extreme Sophie's who say that there is a level that is beyond the bed, right? So shakila sam wants to address this particular issue and say, No, there is no level that is that is beyond a better and

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that is what he is addressing here now. And that's because when we get to this term finance, finance from feni, which means to cease to exist. And so what many of them say is the finance is the cessation of the ego, that the ego no longer exists, but they have so many

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they have so so many different terminologies that they use. And then the other thing is, is like with any bitter, okay, it doesn't stop. So one leads to the next which leads to the next which leads to the next. So there's so many different forms of to solve and so many different tools. Yeah, the Sufi orders, that sometimes is hard to narrow it down to what exactly is meant by this person who uses it as opposed to that person who uses it, which is why we should stick to schutter e terminology. Use the terminology of the Quran and Sunnah. funair is not in the Quran. And the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah salatu salam was not used by the Sahaba okay. So we should not use this

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terminology. However, from the fairness of shaker of Assam and Tamia himolla, not just when it comes to the the CEU fees, but with almost every field out there with every sector out there, the shake was in dealt with, he would if they use ambiguous terminology, like financial or something else like that, he was saying that to walk off for love. Okay, so in other words, we were not going to accept or reject the terminology itself. And we're going to look at what is meant by what is your intention by this particular terminology? Right. So, then, as we see with finet, well, there's three different possibilities of what it could mean. So we're not going to accept the terminology or reject the

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terminology, let's look at the meanings. And if the meaning is correct, then we'll accept the meaning that is correct. And we'll reject the meanings that are incorrect because many of these terminologies almost all of them that are not found in the Quran as soon as they have what they call Yattaman, Martin and Bohannon, Hatton, Martin and Martin. So it could it could have a meaning that is correct and may have a meaning that is that is false. And the same goes into detail about that in his reseller called a TED Maria, okay,

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by now. So he says here, these people held on to ambiguous statements. And this is the way of our listener when it comes to ambiguous statements is that we don't immediately accept them or reject them, but we look at what is what is intended by them. He says just as the Christians had done, an example of this is the term finance, the term finance. Now, the three types that are normally mentioned, are alpha net, and irata to seiwa.

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Right, which is the first type that he mentioned here and he's gonna talk about that in a minute.

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And what they mean by SC is sequela. So the first type is the annihilation on of

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intending or wanting anything other than Allah tell you, that's all.

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Alpha, the second type is alpha net. And shoe This is one that is witnessing seeing anything other than a last pair.

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In the creation and you'll you'll see what he means by that. And then the third type is a little fun and we'll do this in other words that nothing other than a law exists. So everything is a lot and a lot is everything will the other will. Alright and that's the third type that he mentioned here he said yet yet another tight is for the apostatize and hypocrites who spread confusion and so he's going to talk about this in the next I don't know six or seven pages or something like that Now

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as for the first type of finance it is the annihilation of the wheel for everything other than a lot right this is what I'll finance and an erotic to see what that's how they translate it here right the will for everything other than God now, this way we have to understand the the Sophie's believe that this is the station that you reach, before you reach Etihad. So fernet you have to get to this station here. Before you can actually become one with Allah. Okay.

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That was the early Sufi toorak. Now the total the Sufi, and we talked about before it didn't come about until six seventh century, six century, right.

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Prior to that, there was definitely there were definitely Sophie's, but there was they weren't, they didn't have the orders, like the,

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like the, the followers of the

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Gilani, and so forth. So though they those didn't exist in terms of particular orders, right. But they did have CEU fees prior to that. But that's when it became even more extreme when they when they got the orders, because what the purpose of Vicodin then became to reach the level of finet. Okay, so the whole reason why you do have a loss of hands out is to do what to get to this level of finesse. And then after the level of finesse, once you've perfected that, then you become one with a loss paradise.

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All right. Now, what type of victims Sue panelo hamdulillah.

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That's why you join a tariqa because the shape has to prescribe for you the type of decay, so you might have to sit in a dark corner and just say one of the names of philosopher Hans Otto over and over again 1000 times.

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Right. And whatever they prescribe for you whatever decay they prescribe because the shape has already made it that's that's how he became the the head of the 30.

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And so you want to make it then you got to follow you have to follow the shape.

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Alright, so this is these are and then through that Vicki, you lose yourself. That's finance for now means to do what cease to exist, that self you cease to exist. You reached that level of finesse and then you can become one with now some of the later Sufi orders they said a person can't become one with a law that's too much. But you can become one with the spirit of the Prophet it is selected.

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So they call it an fernet few in the big salons. And then before they're some of them some of the Sufi orders they say and it's I mean like this stuff, what I'm saying I'm only saying this because this stuff is real and it exists today. They say alpha NF and murshid

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Alright, so did you become one with your with your murshid who's the was the head of the of the tutorial?

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So this is what Jake was saying was talking about Hey, so he says look, if we want to use the term funair Then let's look at his possible meanings. The first possible meaning is actually a good one. Okay. Which is that what he says? the annihilation of the will for everything other than Allah to the extent that one loves only alone worships only Allah relies only on him and seeks only as good night. This this is the meaning that must necessarily be the intention of the saying of shabu yazeed I want not to I want not to want other than what he wants I want not to want other than what he wants. Apparently this is easy to miss Tommy

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who died in the year 261

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he is considered to be one of the early Sophie's who many of the latter Sophie's attribute things to and allows parents Allah knows best whether they are truly attributed to him or not as we mentioned yesterday, many of the things that are attributes that are early Sophie's are just lies.

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Though he was a Sufi Sufism By the way,

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it became a thing

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in Iraq, so Basra they had a Sufi center.

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But dad had a very big Sufi center as well as as well.

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Okay, and this was the second half of the second century, though even though at the time we'll have some busser data himolla Tana, there were the beginnings of some of these, you know, some some to solve, alright, but again, those early sophies they would nothing like the lattice trees and all have to solve at the end of the day. And they all have to solve if even if it's just from a from a name from their perspective that the name is going away from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is Salatu was saying we should use the terms that are used in the shipyard.

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That is the pleasing beloved object and that is the object of the religious wheel. the perfection of the worshiper is not to want love and be contented with other than what then then with what a law wills is pleased with and loves, and this is what he has ordered either as an obligatory act or a recommended Act. The worshipper does not love anything other than what Allah loves as do the angels, prophets and the righteous people. This is the meaning of what has been said about his verse except who except he who comes to Allah with a secure heart aligns with yo so yo Millennium final man whenever noon the date that wealth and children will not avail anything in lemon as a law be called

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Mr. Name except for the one who comes to a law with a heart that is saline. And it says here, what a secure heart

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that the heart that is saline, the heart that is saline, selima, selima, mini shake, that's what we're trying to talk about earlier. Right, you went from semi auto setting machine.

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selima, which which often is is translated or sedan which is peace. All of them have the same besetting Amina Shay, right is that a person

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is free of or that that thing is free of some kind of blemish free of something that was staining, right. So a color that is Salim is a sound pure heart, flawless,

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matte, perfect, in the sense that there's no such thing as human perfection, but it is it is free of blemish free of those things that would that would stain it alright. So that is what is meant by the heart that is Sonny shaker. The same goes on to explain it, it is said. It is said that it is secure from everything other than a law or from everything other than worshiping a law or from everything other than the will of Allah or from everything other than the love of Allah. These expressions have one meaning this meaning, whether you call it annihilation or not, is the beginning and end of Islam. It is the inner truth of religion by Tina Deen. And its outer appearance, wall hero, right?

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So So again, the same thing, this type of finance, if this is what you're talking about, when you say finance, then this is the deed in its entirety. First of it in the end of that which is internal in debt, which is external. Now, as for the second meaning of it is annihilation of the witnessing of what is other than a law. This has occurred to many seekers, any Sally keen, who have an attraction in their hearts, that quickly proceeds toward the remembrance of a law, the worship of him and love of him, while their hearts weaken in the matter of witnessing that which is other than what they worship, or of seeking or seeing that which is other than what they intended, no thoughts

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other than thoughts of a law come to their hearts. Moreover, they are not aware of such things. It is as what is said about his verse, the heart of the mother of Moosa became void, she would have exposed him had we not strengthened our heart so that she was one of the believers. They say that her heart was void, fat, if of everything except of the remembrance of Moosa. This often happens to the one for whom a matter becomes overwhelming, right? So So here what happens when it when he says a matter becomes overwhelming, right? That a person's heart that a person can't concentrate, can't think about anything else, right? Like

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when the Prophet it is Salatu was Salam said that the people will be raised on Oh PM,

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whoa, fats and old arts and that they will they will be barefoot and naked and I shall be allowed China and asked the prophet SAW the assumptions, the men and the women all together. And the prophesied assumption, I'm an Alpha Man, that is greater than any. Yeah, somebody next to negative, you can't see him. There right there, but you can't Why? Because you're overwhelmed. you're overwhelmed. I mean, you think about Subhana Allah,

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you know, you hear a gunshot somewhere, and you see somebody fall and then you recognize somebody who knows. So you start running, do you see anything else? I mean, it's very difficult to pay attention to anything up because the the

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Situation itself is overwhelming. Situation itself is overwhelming. So you can only focus on I think, and this is what Shaykh was saying about him a long time it says happens to some of them

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with this finesse of witnessing, okay, as you'll see, but This often happens to the one for whom a matter becomes overwhelming, whether it is related to love, fear or hope. His heart remains diverted from everything except what it loves fears or seeks to the extent that as it becomes absorbed in the thing, it perceives nothing else. As the experience becomes stronger for the one undergoing this annihilation, his self existence becomes concealed due to its existence, his self witnessing becomes concealed due to witnessing it, his self remembrance becomes concealed due to the remembrance of it, and his self knowledge becomes concealed due to the knowledge of it. Thus, the one who does not

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exist parishes that is the other subjugated created beings, while he who does not cease to exist remains that is the exalted Lord. The intended meaning is that created beings are annihilated in the capacity of the worshiper to witness and remember them, and he is an item annihilated in the sense that he cannot comprehend or witness them. When this process grows stronger, the lover becomes weaker, until he becomes confused in his discernment, then he thinks that he is His Beloved, what's that mean? He's become one with him, he thinks that he's alone.

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He, this process, they go through this, this so much, and they believe that this is actually something desired to get to that you should try that you should actually strive to get to this level, this is a level,

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this is not a bad, let's just put it like that. And I don't want to say beyond a bad there, because there is nothing higher than the station of a bed. But this is something other than under the bed. But this is they believe that this is the level that a person should strive to, to get to, you understand. And so this is why shaking, the same is actually talking about this, because when the questioner asked him, even though the question didn't explicitly say, asked him about these terminologies and these methodologies, he's saying, Is there something more than than a bad that that we should be striving to get to write and the explanation of the statement of a loss fantastica

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you had nashotah boo boo boo Kamala d hado. Omega worship your Lord was created, right. So, yeah. And this process, yeah. When this process grows stronger, the lover becomes weaker, until he becomes confused and his discernment, then he thinks that he is His Beloved, this is justice, as mentioned about a man who throws himself into a river and then listen to this example this will clarify where they how far they go, right? But a man throws himself into a river right? And then his lover throws himself after him. Then the man says I fell in but what caused you to fall in after me? He says I disappeared into you so that I thought you were I listened to it in Arabic because he said he says

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he says hip to bigger and knee further none to get any.

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Right now for the non financial and make me no good to be currently financial and McKenney. Yeah, he says, I lost it. Like he says, I disappeared into you. Zip to be candy, right?

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For Vernon to end make me to the point that I thought that that you were me.

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So so that's why I threw myself in the river, because I saw you go into the river. And I am you you are me.

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would you would you would you compare For example, to for example, a mother who may be over with grief of her child because bear this is this is right. So but this is exactly why sacred Sam started off with the ayah for us by hafele Adam, only Musa feriha her heart became empty, void void and what of everything other than Musa that's the only thing she can think of so yeah, so a grieving mother, for example, who might throw herself in the grave, you know, actors, but this is

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but but again, that is a mistake. This they believe is the pinnacle, that a person should strive to.

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That the Prophet as he's gonna mention, is gonna go into some detail here not many people have slipped concerning this topic for the thought that this was unity it he had, and that the lovers so unites with the beloved that there is no difference between them in the self same exists.

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Have the two. But this is a mistake, for surely nothing at all ever unites with the Creator. Moreover, a thing does not unite with another thing except when there is alteration, corruption or the occurrence of a third thing from the union of the two, which is neither this nor that. Yeah, this is this. So shameless Sam is going to say, look, first of all, there is no such thing as something being united with the Creator. Period, that that does not happen. There's no such thing as it he had, because Allah subhana wa, tada is totally separate from his creation will ban you normal, healthy, totally separate, and there can be no unification. More over two things don't unify,

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period, except that one of three things happen. There's either an alteration, a corruption of one of the two, so that it's not the same thing anymore, or the occurrence of a third thing from the union of the two things, which means that it is neither this nor that. Right. So let's just take an example. We have water. Okay, we have ground coffee beans.

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You pour the water onto the ground coffee beans.

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In a and it goes through a filter. What do you get at the bottom?

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You get coffee? A drink? Is coffee, water? No. No. Yes. No. But it's like 98% water, but it's not water anymore. You can't make will do with coffee

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instead, so it's not it's not water anymore. Not linguistically, not shoreline, not in the city are not in common terminology. It's not water anymore. Is that coffee bean? Is that a coffee bean? No. So it's something totally the two things what they came together. But it created a third thing. So this is what he's talking about here what he says, or the occurrence of a third thing from the union of the two which is neither this nor that. So it's not water anymore. And it's not a coffee bean anymore. It's thin. Like this happens. For example, when water unites with milk or wine, however, there is union in objects of will, both beloved things and hated things. The two agreeing in this

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type of world order and type of aversion caught Aha. This one loves and hates what the one loves and hates, is pleased with what the other is pleased with, displeased with what the other is displeased with, detest what the other detest, aligns himself with the other with one with whom the other aligns himself and has enmity for the one whom the other has enmity. However, all this kind of annihilation has a deficiency in it. Yeah.

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Go ahead. The greatest things such as saints is what he's translated here as Oh, yeah. Which I don't certainly like that translates because St. st has its own connotation. So the O liegt, are the ones who are close to a loss of hands on it. And I don't mind the translation is friends of Allah. I don't think that's a terrible translation. I don't have a particularly better translation right now, but saints carry some connotation. The Friends of a law the greatest friends of a law such as Abu Bakar, or Omar already Allahu anhu, ma, and the outstanding leaders of the immigrants, dental hygiene and the helpers, the unsought did not experience this annihilation, not to mention those

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prophets who were above them in rank. Okay, okay. So what is shakers? Damn selling us here? He's saying all of this that you are striving for. Right? That that that you are claiming as part of the DEA.

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The best generations of Islam, they never experienced any of that.

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And as Imam Malik Rahim Allah tala Sir Madam yoneyama, even Dina. Philemon when? idioma. Deena whatever wasn't on that day. A D. It wasn't part of the D is not part of the deen today. What day is he talking about?

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Man the day that a law completed the beam a Yo, Mel to Lancome, Deena. what's meant to alikum near Mati, what are these?

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Deena, Allah Subhana Allah, they were, he completed the religion on that day, perfected his favor upon us. So he may and Malik said whatever wasn't being on that day, it's not being today. period for now was that around at the time of the Prophet sighs Hello, was it time around when the companions witnessed that revelation that that has not been today either period. And and this is the very important you know, for

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all of us to understand even understanding that I have from the Koran which volumes could be written about as well at the moment

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Well to the convener, and every every treaties on bid is actually coming directly from from that particular item because it was fantastic Dean has done the dean is complete. So don't come bring something new that wasn't part of the dean on that particular day.

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And these are the greatest only ever lost parents had. They never experienced that neat nor did the profits and the profits are above the the odn end he's going to talk about the profits of line it was someone on the during the slot, I believe that's here now. But however, something like this did occur after the time of the companions. Likewise, all aspects of this matter of this manner of annihilation, in which there is a loss of intelligence and discernment. In the stages of faith. A lot of the men that occurred to a heart did not affect the companions, who are more perfect, stronger and firmer in the stages of faith than to undergo a loss of their intellect, or to

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experience fainting weakness, intoxication, annihilation, rapture or madness. But the appearance of these experiences first occurred amongst the followers of the companions of the Tevye who were worshipping in bussan for there were some of them who fainted when listening to the Koran, and some who died such as a boo you hear a barrier? And surah even Abby opha the judge of bustle, I think it might be j here. Let me just

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does say

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Hello, there.

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Hey, well as Robin over the judge of bussola zilara died low atom in the year 93. After the Angela, but okay, that being said, some of them who died Jani, some of them they say that they died, they heard certain act and you know, it just caused them to

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like go into shock if you will, and then died. Now.

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It says here for some of them fainted when listening to the crime. Mohammed bin serien, I'm allowed to add it did not used to

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accept those claims. And used to feel like

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this was some type of showing off from them that they would faint to show that they were so affected by by the Quran. So he would say he would say

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that between us and them is is a cliff.

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Let's go recite the Quran on a cliff. Let's see if they think

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likewise, annihilation and intoxication were experienced by some Sufi shakes, weakening their discernment to the point that while in this state, it reminds me of the the the Sophie's at the time of shaking with Sam and Tamia who would who would claim that they could burn themselves that they could

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you know, walk through fire and be set on fire and would never harm them and things like that shake their sense Okay. I will take this challenge be shocked with the condition that you that you get washed first, because what was actually happens they will put certain tahona creams on their bodies that would that would actually prevent the fire from from touching their bodies, right. So I mean, this type of stuff, some kind of law anyway.

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Likewise, annihilation and intoxication were experienced by some Sufi shakes, weakening their discernment to the point that while in this state, they said things which they then recognized as being wrong when they recovered. such stories have been related about Abu Abu Lassen inori, Abu Bakr, shibley, and others. This is contrary to those who remained the master of their intellects and discernment in their states, such as No, no, all right, let's we'll skip that. Let's get there. And the whole point is, this is the second type which is alpha net and shoe to see where they're not in other words, that they don't witness that they that they

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don't witness in the creation, anything other than a loss of habitat so that everything they become so focused in terms of the clean, right, so overwhelmed with the lovable lost fans out of the fear of him they hold with him that they don't witness anything else.

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There's a third type pay 75. As for the third type of what is called annihilation, it is to witness that there is no existence except a law. So the second type, they do believe that they're

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that there's the creator and there's the creation, this third type

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everything is a lot yeah.

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It is to witness that there is no existence except a law and that the being of the Creator is the same as the being of the created beings, without any difference between the Lord and the slave. This is the annihilation of the people of disbelief misguidance and heresy in head, those who have to come to beliefs of incarnation and unity with the divinity and Hulu wallet to had, when one of the shakes of the straight path says something such as I don't see anything other than a law, why do not look at anything other than a law, then the intention of that is I do not see a lord other than Him, nor a creator or controller other than Him, and there is no deity other than Him. And I do not look

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at anything other than Him neither loving it fearing it nor hoping in it right in other words, if we hear from the righteous or the men, I need these type of statements then this is how they are interpreted they're not interpreted that they mean that they don't believe that anything exists other than a loss of data. And this is common when you find that

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people have later times who who are looking to attribute their beliefs to people of earlier times they'll take concepts that didn't even exist until later and then they will attribute it to to the people of knowledge from proceeding even though that didn't even exist and they particularly times and that's not specific to the people have to solve as across the board. Across the board you'll find that people who create * and schisms in their religion they try to go back and find

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a man that they can use their speech to make it mean what they want it to me alongside

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the righteous shakes me Hello Please the righteous shakes may Allah be pleased with them mentioned something about the abstraction of oneness, and the real purity of the whole religion to speak and a Class A class Dean could live in a sense that the worshiper does not turn toward anything other than a law and does not look at anything other than him having no love for it. No fear of it. No hope in it. Okay, so we're gonna

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we have about an hour Okay.

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Yeah, because he's gonna go into alpha alpha called Gemini, which is another Sufi terminology, which can be understood in light of alpha

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Skip to page 78 here

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Yeah, okay.

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Yep, it read that last lead that last part where says this is the essence of the testimony, and then we take it from inshallah, this is the essence of the testimony that there is no deity except a law. For this negates the divinity of everything other than the true one in a worshippers heart, and confirms the divinity of the true one in his heart. Right. So in other words, the testimony of faith, not a lot. And this is actually going to come again in shallows on it. But the testimony of faith has both negation and affirmation. And there's no such thing as to heed of anything, right without without affirmation, and negation. So

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if we were to translate tauheed, as singling out allows parents either as the object of worship, singling it

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out in your worship of him, singling anything out requires that you affirm certain qualities for that thing, and you negate those qualities on any for anything else. That's the only way you can actually do to hate right. And so that's why it says here, it negates the divinity of everything other than the true one and a worshippers heart and confirms that divinity of the true one in his heart does, he will negate thus he will negate the divinity of every creative being and confirm the divinity of the Lord of the worlds, the Lord of the earth and the heavens. This necessarily includes the concentration of a heart on a law and it's forsaking everything other than him. For then it

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worshiper will be separating the creator and the created in his knowledge and his intention, in his testimony and his will, and in his cognizance and his love, so as to be a knower of a law. A remember of him and a cog.

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cognizer cognizer. I guess that means understanding. Yeah, the word I knew I had never, never never heard cogniser you know, and a cognizer of him. With all of this. He will then know

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Know the similarity of a lot from his creation, his isolation from them and his uniqueness over them

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to what who the who do know whom he will be a lover of a law a glorify or of him a worshipper of him, hoping in him fearing him loving for his sake, making alliances and empty enemies for his sake, seeking help from him and relying on him, he will avoid worshipping anything other than Him, relying on anything in any other seeking help from from another fearing camp, hoping him making alliances and enemies by him, being obedient to his command or doing anything concerning another that is specific to the divinity of Allah subhanahu wa tada

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is confirmation of the divinity of a law over anything other than Him necessarily includes separating him from the other in his lordship, for He is the Lord of everything. its owner, creator and controller. At that time, he will become a true believer in a loss oneness. No, no, Jimmy. That actually is a really nice

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paragraph. I don't think any of this is in the top version.

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I don't remember anything about gemert with Tiffany. Okay, now sacred Assam is going to get into the issue of the okay. And

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and the reason why he's going to talk about victory is because as we mentioned, one of the most important aspects of any Sufi order is that they give you a certain formula for victory. Right? And so shaker Sam wants to talk about that. Because the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sadam before the prophet SAW I saw allies widow commanders in the Koran to remember with Kudo la did Quran Castilian. Remember a law much in a prophet it is tomatoes and taught us about what the best forms of Vicar are. So he wants to lay out the difference between the prophetic way and this innovative way. Now

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it is clear that the preferred remembrance is so I'm not sure why you choose preferred because the the author says have done and the prophecy some says have been in here I would I would use best It seems that that's the better translation Allah knows best. It is clearly the best remembrance is La Ilaha Illa hula, hula Chicana por la Ilaha La la la la la la la right, just as a Tierra de even we dunia and others have reported as attributed as attributable to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who said the best remembrance is law in a hidden law. And the best application is Alhamdulillah Okay, okay. This gets a little tricky here. I need you to put your thinking caps on the Prophet it is

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salatu salam sent off the luthy kid

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then ilaha illa Allah. Okay, so what's the

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remembrance of Allah the remembrance of Allah? So the best way that you can remember Allah is to say la ilaha illa Allah. Excellent.

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Ty and the best do i is a hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah How's that?

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You can ask?

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hamdulillah is a calling. There is something like that.

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Hi, father.

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Ah, okay. Okay, it's the beginning of Surah Al Fatiha.

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Okay, so, the prophecy song was saying that the best do i is sorted till Fatiha.

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You know what's so interesting about that? That's actually what some of the scholars of Hadith have said. And explaining this Hadith, they say the

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a DA that the best.

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just now is Alhamdulillah that this is any shower from the Prophet alayhi salatu salam to sorbitol Fatiha Dino Serato Mr team and that there is no data that is better than than that. Right. So that is that is one of the statements of the scholars of Hadith. And the other is that Alhamdulillah is actually is actually it says the best day

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is actually tolerable. muzzin menerima. So when you say Alhamdulillah, you're praising the lost parents out and for whatever favorite is that he is giving you, and that is inclusive of asking Allah for more of that favor. So when you say Alhamdulillah, you're actually in implicit in that is that you are asking the law for more of that favor. And other others have also said

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that Alhamdulillah

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is, is a is the is actually sugar, it's actually expressing gratitude to a loss of Hannah Montana, and that expression of gratitude is the best form of the bed. And do I does not just mean supplication, it also means a bed, it means the worship of Allah. So, I mean,

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the good thing is, I mean, you could you could say that this opinion is stronger than that opinion, or whatever. But the whole point is the Prophet sallallahu wasallam here is really showing us the importance of saying Alhamdulillah and in living Alhamdulillah and expressing gratitude to a lot of parents Allah, for his favorites for of the livechat La ilaha illa Allah and the best of his Alhamdulillah Now, again, shake with Sam is going to go through these points here to show us that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is always instructing us to say things that have a very clear meaning, whether it's whether it's landline, a law, whether it's a panela, at hamdu, lillah, Allahu

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Akbar, that all of these are sentences with meanings,

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which is very different from some of the the gifts of the Sufi orders, as you'll see.

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In the mothball and elsewhere, it is reported from baja even obey the law that the prophets that really, really, what is

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that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the best statement that I and the prophets before me have said is La Ilaha Illa.

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Allah, the whole koala hood? hamdu hora coalition ideal? How whoever maintains it, this is a remembrance for the masses. Yes. So in other words, there are amongst the the whole actus sufia.

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They will say that this is the thicket, the saying this

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is where the arm. So they usually break down people into three categories. There's the AMA, and there's the hacer and then there's hospital hustle. So they're just the masses of the people. Right? And then there are the elite. And then there are the special amongst the elite.

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Whoever maintains that this is a remembrance for the masses that the remembrance of the elite is a single name, the same a single name meaning Allah. They don't say La la la la Alhamdulillah. They just say Allah. Allah. Allah.

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Allah, Allah, Allah.

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Ma, that's their, that's what a special that's for the elite.

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Then, and that the remembrance of the very special elite is a pronoun, are airing and mistaken what's a pronoun?

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For those of you studying Arabic, like what

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was the pronoun?

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Who, la hokhmah.

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So, so the very special they just say Who? Who? Hoo, hoo, hoo.

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That's the that's the next level.

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the argument of some of them concerning this is a statement any Okay, whoa, whoa, timeout. See, everybody's laughing. They've got de Lille. They've got the little snap sleeping on them. Now, they came back, they said we got to live.

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We just say Allah. Why? Why what do you Why Why are you so hard on us? This is directly from the Quran, Allah azza wa jal said the Quran calling that say, Allah. So why are you you talking about a letter we especially we understand a little bit more about Kryon than you do. And apparently more than the prophet SAW you, Solomonic campaigns.

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I mean, they're not saying that they're not directly saying that but no, go ahead, say a law then leave them playing in their vein discourse, a law set say, Allah. Allah said that cry. I

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know this argument is a clear error on their part for the now a law that is mentioned in this verse is given an answer to a question in his previous verse, Ah,

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okay. So when Allah said holy land,

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Allah, this is telling the prophets I send them to say, Allah in response to a question that was asked and what's the question cool man Enza lucky tabouleh deja vu Moosa know who the next who is it that sat down? As I look at the book that Musa came with, as a light and guidance for the people.

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Right so this is the question. Allah says when, say Allah, Allah is the one who did what? sent down a book then Musa came with as light and guidance for the people now say who was sitting down the book that moves abroad as a light and a guidance for the people. That is Allah has sent down the book that Musa Bronk thus the noun a law is the subject of a nominal sentence, a Joomla is smeared in a law is that is the tenant love the janella. Here is the mug tenant.

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And its production has been indicated by the question, right? So the hubbub anytime there is a question, and you just give an answer, the cover is there. Okay. It's just not mentioned explicitly the same way. Right? This is similar to being asked who's coming and you answers aid, right? Meaning what z is coming. Zaid is coming. So the subject you just answered with the subject, because your answer, but if somebody just said that you say

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because there is no, there's no context for but when there is a question, somebody said, who's coming and you say Z, Z is coming? That's understood, right? But if you just said, say, what does that mean?

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It just gives you a very,

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like a picture of maybe you start thinking about somebody names eight, but what about him? So same thing, there's no victory at all the promises and have ever, ever sanction for this oma, except that it is a complete sentence, with a meaning by itself without any you have to understand some other context with it. So there is no such thing as Allah, Allah, Allah, as

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a single noun, whether some substantive or pronoun is not a complete statement or a meaningful sentence. Faith substantive, I think here, he means like,

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a proper name.

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Right? Whether it's a proper name or a proper noun, or or a pronoun, right, is not a complete statement or a meaningful sentence, not a single noun, whether substantive or pronoun is not a complete statement or a meaningful sentence. Faith, disbelief, commandment, or prohibition, are not attached to a single noun, they're not attached to a single now, if somebody said a lot 10,000 times would that make them a Muslim? They have until they say what? La Ilaha Illa. Allah has a shadow Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, if they just said, Allah, Allah, Allah with me, it was me.

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Yeah, none of the predecessors of this religious community self illuma has mentioned this, the messenger sallallahu Sallam did not legislate this, and a heart does not receive in itself any meaningful cognizance or beneficial state hand from this. However, a single now presents an unqualified concept to a heart on which no judgment of negation or confirmation can be based another when he says an unqualified concept. What that means here is if I say to you, apple, then what happens? In a picture? You have a concept of an apple now it might be a red apple might be a green apple, it might be and then what about that apple? Like the Apple was cut up? I use the apple as a

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target to shoot. I mean, what what about the app? Right? So so this is why it says a single noun does present an unqualified concept meaning unqualified here does not mean like, disqualified, it means it's unrestricted. It's just the concept. So we haven't qualified a qualification mean like when you add an adjective to something, so you say a red apple even or a green apple you start qualifying the concept. So here, the the single now presents an unqualified concept to the heart, or mind if you will, on which no judgment of negation or confirmation can be based for free if the, for if the cognition and condition of a heart is not attached to what is meaningful in its in itself,

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then there is nothing meaningful in the heart. The law only legislates sayings of remembrance that are meaningful in themselves, and what not what obtains meaning through something else. Certain people who say that again, the law only legislates

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the law only legislate sayings of remembrance, meaning in this video, we only have as calm

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The kids write, that are meaningful in themselves,

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and not what obtains meaning through something else.

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Certain people who persist in this room who persist in this remembrance have succumbed to be really the remembrance by saying, Allah, Allah, Allah hoo, hoo, hoo hoo, right? Have succumb to various kinds of heresy and types of unification, as has been mentioned elsewhere.

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It is mentioned that a certain shake said I feared dying between the negation and the affirmation. The one who's conditioned being such is not to be imitated, I feared dying between negation and affirmation. So, why doesn't he say La la la la? And he's not. I mean, we know what it is. But he didn't mention them here. So we leave it like that. Why? Why wouldn't he say La Isla de la?

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He said, I feared dying between negation and affirmation, where's the negation?

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So he's saying, If I say la ilaha, and then I die, right, then that's not an enviable position to be in, because I'm saying there's no God.

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In the law, that's the affirmation, except the last time so he's saying I feared dying right there. Yeah, he's Pamela. This so so therefore, he just says, Allah, Allah, Allah. Insane. This is from shaping panel love how a person can go. Why? Because first of all, he's saying that this and he's totally health healthy, that he's not fearing death in that particular moment, meaning

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this is not a person who we would say is on his deathbed. But what did the Prophet alayhi salatu salam tell us? Lucky No. multicom the province I sell themselves

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to repeat around your day to get them to say, get your get your people who are dying, right, right. Get those who are dying to c'est la Ilaha in mulata privacy, some didn't say to get them to say Allah. He said get them to say what led ilaha illa. Now, the other thing is, from the quiet of the Sharia across the board, is that a person who attend intends to do something will fall mustafar and he does what he can from that action. Universal man zita Telfair then it is written for him as if he has done that act. Period. So an actions are based on intention. So if a person is intending to say let Ilana law analyze aligns with your taste their soul, as they say La Jolla. It's right for them

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as they say in the LA

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is right there. So So Pamela, and he even these types of he'll not even here these are these are just tricks from chez Pon. You need to get a person to do something that is not legislated in the deen of Islam. Right.

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So, there's, you know, the fear of, you know, dying in between the negation and affirmation does it doesn't have a basis. However, this statement is wrong, for it is obvious that if a worshiper were to die in this condition, he would die based on his aim and intention for deeds are based on intentions, it is confirmed the prophets have allowed a set of ordered that what should be said to a dying person is not up to law. And he said he whose last statement is law you know, the law will enter Paradise. Now, if what he had mentioned were dangerous, he would not have instructed a dying person. If with the prophets of light, it was some of his instructing us if this is dangerous, then

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the prophesied sell him. He's behind the Luma and he's compassionate with this oma, he's the most kind to this oma from amongst the people. If that was a dangerous thing to say, then the process I would have instructed us to say no. Now if what he had mentioned were dangerous, he would not have instructed a dying person to use such a statement, out of fear that he would die during it in another in other than a praiseworthy state of death. Rather, he would have instructed him to utter a remembrance consisting of a single now the remembrance by way of a single noun or pronoun is far from the sooner and instead nearer to innovation and near to the misguidance of shape on for whoever

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says, oh, he, oh, he Yahoo, Yahoo, or hee hee hoo hoo, or anything like this has used a pronoun that refers to only what his heart has conceptualize, but a heart may be guided or misguided. Yet the author of alpha Susan Susan Hagen, wrote a book that he called keytab Hua keytab alua.

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And this was written by Eben Avi and not even allowed

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And medic, who was a great scholar, even a lot of he was a great scholar, as opposed to even Alavi, the Sahaba for Zeus.

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He wrote keytab Alleluia and seek solace. Cindy having the whole data set that he came across this in manuscript form 13 pages, he said what factors into stokfella luckyland if you read it, he said from the beginning to the end, from the first phase to the end of the 13 page, he is establishing the aqidah of Etihad

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which is the unification with the loss of Hannah who was hired.

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Now, some of them maintained that his statement and none knows its interpretation, but we know who Illa ha Okay, so now they've got another dilemma. So, in this what you have to understand I have to be that will always have to do okay, they will have the will. The difference is what the interpretation of that evidence is not that they

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are from the very beginning from the whole article with the first section is they had the

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the issue wasn't that they didn't have the lel the issue was how they understood that the meal so what they call so head to stud lab is your use of that dilemma correct in this particular situation? Right. So here, the ones that say you should just say who who who they say Eliza gel says we're on well

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we know who in the love

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who Malibu 10 Wheeler who in the law just a deal for why you can just say who by

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and not knows the interpretation of this now, that is the pronoun who now, they say it because it says a nun knows its interpretation except the law.

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Okay 10 Wheeler, who, so nobody knows they say that this means that none knows the interpretation of who except for Allah.

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They say this even though the Muslims and for that matter all intelligent people agree that this is clearly false, but they will think this way, though I once said to one of them as a shapeless name saying though I once said to one of them, so I once said to one of them who spoke about this, if it were as you say it is then the verse would be unknown none knows the interpretation of who taught Weena who with a disconnected tenor wheel who would hop with the disconnect approach so we will a level 10 Wheeler Hua Illallah instead of 10 Wheeler who with the connected pronoun it will be disconnected program but we had a non fossil 10 Wheeler who Illallah

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And you know what else you know what's so amazing about this

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shake his name in this book by the way, he is an attempt volume of alpha town it towards the end of the 10th volume shake with Sam talks about this again about this particular issue. And he says what will come to

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severe on something like that lemme blue bad. They just he he brought this deal before he hit before he hit puberty.

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One of these, one of them was trying to argue with him, but shapeless lamb.

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So so on another note in a bizarre

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non Muslim Muslim, his that is the leader of Islam, who did a biography of Sheikh was saying to me,

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he says that that uh, that there was a Jewish man who, who accepted Islam when a hands of shake was handed to me and when he was still young before he hit the age of puberty, he said shake the same as the walk to the library. And the Jewish men used to come to him because he, he said he saw him to be like, mature for his age and he would just ask him questions and shake was saying and talk to him about Islam, to the point that the Jewish man accepted Islam. When his hands shake, the stand was morphed Okay, from the time he was young. And, and also another point is, notice, notice the shape of this lamp doesn't go outside of the eye to prove that the that the way that the person is using

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it is false. And this is interesting because shakila Samson, he said that there's no McTell and nobody who's

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falsely using the ayat from the Quran to prove their bottom to prove their falsehood, except that I can use the same eye against them. That was the confidence that he had in his understanding of the book of Allah Subhana Allah and that the Quran never indicates falsehood. And so a friend of mine happy to hold on one of these

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The one of the Libyan brothers who was in a doctorate program before me in a jam he sent me he actually did a compilation of a sort where he brought forth the the ayat that were used by

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by some of the * in Islam to prove their position in the SMS effect, and use the same if there's evidence as evidence against them. And it's, it's a noble endeavor, and that a person looks at okay. They using this idea to prove their point, how do we use that same idea to disprove the point that they use is panela.

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Then a certain shape often mentions and arguments skip to page 82.

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last paragraph, grant us glorifying the name, less glorifying the name of his Lord the most high and mentioning the name of his Lord and all such statements are expressed in another word that humbly learns to handle on so forth all such statements

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are expressing complete meaningful sentences as is recorded in the Sahih that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the four best statements after the recitation of the Quran are taken from the Koran Subhan Allah and hombre de la la ilaha illallah wa Allahu Akbar. So none of these are just Allah, Allah, Allah they all complete statements right? In this heat it is recorded that he said a lot of them said there are two statements light on the tongue heavy on the scale and you have judgment and beloved to Allah Subhana Allah He will be humbly he Subhana Allah has been in the Tucson he's it is recorded that he said along reason I'm said as for the one who says 100 times during the course of

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his day, not in our Hill Allahu I don't actually color the hula hula hula coalition Kadir Allah has granted him protection from the shade pod during this day until the evening. No one has brought anything better than this except a man who says what the other set and adds more to it. As for the one who says 100 times during the course of his day Subhan Allah He will be humble he Subhanallah adim his sins will be taken from him even if they were like to form on the ocean in the walpa and other books it is recorded that he said a lot of a sudden said the most the best statement that I and the prophets before me have said La Ilaha Allahu Allahu Allah should ecola the whole milk well

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the whole hamdulillah cliche in the in the sooner have even imagined other books it is recorded that he said a lot of a sudden said the best remembrance is not you know had a lot and the most preferred supplicate and the best supplication is and hamdulillah there are many examples similar to these Hadith about the different kinds of statements concerning remembrance and supplications further examples are in the Quran such as do not eat from that which the name of Allah has not been mentioned has not been mentioned right the name does it just mean you say Allah? What does that mean? Bismillah Bismillah right.

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And then eat from that which they catch for you for you and mention the name of Allah on it by saying Bismillah however, however as for his statement in the name of Allah, right, it is a complete sentence in accordance with the two most distinct statements of the grammarians right because if you just translate Bismillah as In the name of Allah

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then there is something missing there. There's something missing there there is not it that is not a complete thought. Right. But what do they what he said as the the Navy, what do they say about that for it is either for it is either a nominal sentence or a verbal sentence, right? So Bismillah is either a Joomla is smear, or a Joomla failure.

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Like that, right.

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The reconstruction of the missing sentence element here is my sacrifice is in the name of a lot. Right. Which which would be a Joomla Izmir. Right. So that hate Bismillah them hey, Bismillah so you starting off the census with a with an Islam which is dead, right? So that hate Bismillah?

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Or I sacrifice In the name of Allah? Yeah. And bajo Bismillah. So as right as is the is the fear, right? So that would be a Joomla failure. The point is either way, either way, you're starting off that it's understood. And Bismillah always is going to be understood based on the context. So if you're eating right, then what would be when you say Bismillah when you be at the beginning, you're saying what concept

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Okay, but I need I need some Arabic here. So we are either dealing with a with either dealing with the noun or we're dealing with the verb

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enough to be either one it's not a problem either way is fine.

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So you say at Hulu Bismillah I eat

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Bismillah or act Li or acclivity Bismillah my eating right I eat In the name of Allah. My eating isn't the name of a lot either one.

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What about before you read the Quran you say Bismillah Bismillah R Rahman Rahim.

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These are words you know, these are words

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make me look bad. So words you know, so if it's a verb that you're going to say

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that's gonna be the verb does not mean that and if it's a noun ZP la, de la it.

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Now, like, this is similar to the Quran reciter saying, In the name of Allah Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim, for the reconstruction is my recitation is In the name of Allah or I recite in the name of Allah. Concerning this example, people suppress the complete sentence, which is my intention of an action is In the name of Allah, or I initiate an action in the name of a law, the form is better because the whole action, the point, the point is made there, and then he's gonna go into a whole bunch, he's gonna get real deep now into explaining this, the whole point that we want to get out of this as well that the Shinya has never legislated that a person, remember a loss of habitat with a

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single noun? Definitely not a pronoun, right? That all of the legislated as kind of a lost hands on it are all complete statements. Okay.

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Thank you, Alhamdulillah. And now we are reaching the conclusion of the book. Okay, so go to page 86. He's going to sum up everything that just came about the ticket and then we're going to move into the conclusion of the book.

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The intention here, the intention here is that the legislative ways of remembering a law is the remembrance of him by way of a complete sentence, which is called meaningful speech.

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The unit of which is a sentence the unit of the new year because meaningful speeches column and column is made up of Kelly Metz and a Kelly ma actually is a sentence. And usually when it's when it's used by the prophet it is Salatu was Salam. Like for example, Kelly mitts, ATO heat, right. You might translate that as the word of Toshi, but Kenny Minton so hated La ilaha illAllah which is more than one word, right? Kelly metallic class also Kelly mitanni her fever cheney these two statements. So Kevin was actually a a statement.

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And calam has meaningful speech this Kadima Yeah, this Kadima is that which benefits hearts and by which reward and recompense near near this tool nearness to Allah cognizance of him love for him and apprehension of him are obtained. These are some of the exalted goals and lofty intentions obtained through this kelemen however, restricting remembrance to a single now, whether explicit or pronoun has no basis particularly with its being the form of remembrance of elite and the Gnostics

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and hasa when it theme, rather, this is the this is a means towards various forms of innovations and types of error. And it is an expedient towards concepts of corrupt states that are the states of the heretics in head and of the

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modernists. Yeah.

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Right, as has been mentioned elsewhere hamdulillah Okay, so now, we reached a conclusion, which here is like three pages, yeah, which is about three pages, and inshallah Tada, this is good. And this conclusion.

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I believe that it is here as well. Let me just check so we can try to match up the pages.

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Yeah, if you go to page 111. In Tom's book, you'll find that conclusion i'm not sure i don't think anything is omitted from this particular section. But we still want to read it from here, shallow Tana and

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this is restating

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much of what has already come in

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The book.

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It's quite concise here and then shallow Tada. We'll make some brief comments on it. But this this part of the book again shakila. Stan begins his book with these principles and brings it in the middle. And he also concludes with these principles the entire religion. The entire religion is based on two principles, that nothing is worse except a law and that he is only worshipped according to that which he has legislated. He is not worshipped according to innovation science, not there. So that's all of that is number two, by the way. So number one is one that only Alice has added deserves worship. That's the first principle. The second is that he is only worshipped according to

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what he has legislated, not according to what according to innovations, anything that allows parents added this has not legislated. And there's no basis in the religion that that is considered to be a bit in the religion.

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The Exalted one says thus whoever hopes on the meeting with his Lord, let him do righteous deeds, and not associate anyone in worshipping his Lord. So, the this I which is the last I in solid alkaff.

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This I went to last rounds and says, Let him do righteous deeds, and then slowly Hanford gamma dominance. And then the solid is that which corresponds to the teachings of the prophet Isaiah SelectUSA. Now what I used to be bad at the lobby, I had ns clear, not associate anyone, and worship him with his Lord so that the two principles are right there and that I know, this is the essential truth of the two testimonies of faith, the testimony that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah. And the testimony that Mohammed said, allowed him so is the Messenger of Allah. The first one Can I throw in other words, when you testify today, Lana, la Muhammad Rasulullah, you are testifying

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to these two principles, which is the one that illustrates as the only one deserving of your worship, and then he deserves to be worshipped the way that he revealed that he'd be worshipped. And that is, through your testimony, then how many whenever the last line was Sunnah is the Messenger of Allah? Because if he's the Messenger of Allah, then what he's not bringing anything from himself, or what he is bringing is from the Creator. So the first one confirms, the first one confirms that we worship only him and the second one confirms that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is His Messenger, the bearer of news from him, right. So Mohammed Salah Salaam is the one who brings one revelation from

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Allah, Santana. Therefore, the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam came with information.

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And we have to believe him, because he's the Messenger of Allah. And he came with commands. So we have to obey those commands, and he came with prohibition. So we have to avoid those prohibitions. And this is what it means to testify that Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam is the Messenger of Allah, it means that we believe him, that we OBEY Him, and then we avoid his prohibitions now. Thus it is incumbent on us to affirm his message and to obey His command, for he has explained to us the way in which we should worship a law and as prohibit us from inventing matters, informing us that they are errors. Allah says, No, but whoever submits himself fully to Allah, while doing good, has his reward

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with his Lord, there shall be no fear up on them, and they shall not grieve now. Benjamin esna was in holy land. Well, who am I seen? Well, who Marsan while doing good. As we mentioned before, the tipsy of Morrison is both both principals their class and and Mutambara sincerity in the following of the messenger solo and he was sending them.

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Similarly, we have been ordered to fear only a law to rely only on him too. And here's the thing. So Pamela, I mean, but besides, besides all of the evidence that we have, from the prophet and Acela to Sudan, that we should not innovate. Besides the fact that the last fans Alison Dean is complete, and it has been complete for us on that day. Besides that, from a logical standpoint, if we could worship a loss of habitat in any way we like, what was the point of sending a messenger to us? What was the point if you could just do whatever you want to do? Then that would just be everybody could just figure it out for themselves be sent a messenger to instruct us on how we are supposed to

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worship him to about a cotana?

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Yeah, similarly, similarly, we have been ordered to fear only a lot to rely only on him to direct our wishes towards only him to seek help from only him and to make our worship for only him. Likewise, we have been ordered to follow the messenger to obey Him to imitate him for the allowable is what he allowed

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forbidden is what he forbade. And the religion is what he legislated. Allah subhana wa tada says, So notice here, notice here that our

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fear our two what could

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our do our or esteana our a bed, that's where Allah and Allah Subhana Allah alone, but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he gets our tie, he gets our obedience, right? But he does not get our a bed for I do lay your bed. We're gonna be you know, you get them. The Prophet is about to sit in is a worship of Allah so he is not to be worshipped, but he's also a prophet and messenger from Allah and Allah so he is not to be rejected.

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Allah exalted says, What if they had only been pleased with what Allah and His Messenger gave them and had said, Allah sufficient for us? Alone, his messenger will give us from his bounty, we are surely directing our wishes towards Allah. Thus, those who made the dispersing of goods are right of Allah, and His Messenger, right, so that they are giving both Allah Subhana Allah gives and the prophets of light, it was some gifts, right, just as a loss, just as losses elsewhere, whatever the messenger gives you take it, and for whatever he provided you prohibit you avoided, he made reliance on a law a write of a law alone by his statement, right? We'll see here, reliance upon Allah, the

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Bandha and other things, those things are for Allah Subhana Allah alone. So there are some things is something's like giving, which there is a

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which you can both describe a loss of hands out of within, you'll describe some human beings with but there are other things that are only for loss of hematology like reliance, right?

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He made reliance on a law, a write of a law alone by his statement, and had a set a law suffices for us, for He did not say and His Messenger, he also says, who has spoon Allah has spoon Allah, Allah sufficient for us, but not he didn't say and His Messenger

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he also says the believers are those to whom people said men are surely gathered against you. So fear them they said to the believers in the NASA cut the gym, for show, so be scared of them, you should be you should fear them.

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But this increased them in faith and they said hospital law in Iran will kill a lot suffices for us and our perfect a protector he is and they did not say

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Allah and His Messenger suffice us know. A verse similar to this is Oh, Prophet philosophizes for you and for any believer who follows you, or

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has Buccola woman into back then you know what we need now. That is, he suffices for you. And he suffices for the believers, just as the exalted one says, is not a law sufficient for his worship. And Allah and His messenger will give us from his bounty,

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that he made the dispersing of goods or right of Allah and His Messenger, but he gave precedence to mentioning bounty because bounty is in a loss hands, and he gives it to whoever he wills for a loss of possessed possessor of great bounty, his bounty comes to his messenger and to the believers he also says we are surely directing our wishes towards Allah. Allah Allah he called the boom in that in a lie about the boon that it is we're directing our desires in our it says here wishes this okay know this he established that the act of wishing must be directed towards a lot loan just as in his verse and so when you are relieved still toil into your Lord direct your wishes was trying to think

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of a better translation what will be the final hump and he turned to with your with your desires with your with your once

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your wishes, but it just sounds weird like the wish like probably trying to avoid desires because he usually right right because desires is usually used in a negative context okay.

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The problem is a lot of them said even I bet when you ask ask a law and when you seek help seek it from a law but he didn't say when you ask ask Allah and His Messenger when you seek help seek help from alone as most interestingly enough, this hadith was told to even our best and he said to him Yeah, lamp right at the beginning. I knew I knew that Kenny man and a lamb is his Munna has

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the one like a preteen

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the pre pubescent right so even our best and this and this particular Hadith, he was still a very, very young man right?

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in approximately cinemas instilling this Joe Hayden him, right. This is very important that we don't overlook the subtleties you know. So here he's teaching them when you ask ask him Allah, you seek help seek it from Allah. You

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The Quran gives many examples of this and it is mentioned in other places does he establish at worshiping fearing and pious acts must be for Allah alone. But he established that obedience and love are both for Allah and His messenger. This is similar to what Noah said, that you worship Allah and act piety towards him and that you obey me in here will de la what who wants you? So no I said to his people, to what worship Allah He didn't say worship Allah and worship me. What? Taku and have Taqwa of him he didn't say and have tough for me, but he said, What up to you?

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And what and obey me so obedience is for the messages, but worship is not.

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And as for whoever obeys Allah and His messenger and fears Allah and expires the towards him, these are the successful right so same thing here we have obedience to Allah, His Messenger, but when it comes to a hashish with tequila, that's for a loss pans out alone. No. There are many examples of this. That's the messengers order, the worshipping of Him alone, the directing of wishes to him reliance on him, but obedience to Him and themselves. shaytaan then let the Christians and others like them a straight for the associated partners with a law and disobeyed the messengers. Thus they took their priests and monks and the Messiah, the Son of Miriam, as rivals besides a law, they began

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directing their wishes to them, relying on them and asking of them, while simultaneously disobeying their commands and opposing their customs. A law has guided the believers to sincere worshippers of a law that people have the straight path those who know the truth and follow it. Thus they are not the ones who have earned his wrath, nor the ones who are straight. They have purified their religion for a law submitted themselves fully to him in turn repentant Lee to their Lord. They love a law of hope in Him, fear him, ask of him, direct their wishes towards him, and trust their affairs to him and rely on him. they obey His messengers, support them, respect them, love them, by themselves to

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them and follow them. They adhere to their teachings and are guided by their light.

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This is the religion of Islam with which a law has sent the former and latter messengers. It is the only religion that a law will accept from anyone and is the only true worship of the lord of the world right is the only true worship of herbal Atomy this D this Deen of Islam that Allah Subhana Allah sent the message of Mohammed salado Sunnah when and after Mohammed even as the last of the line it was one of the no other D is accepted from the creation other than the dean that Mohammed have an ambulance a little lighter with some cane with and as he says here, that these that the true followers of Hama salado, someone they love Allah, they love what's happening. And that love of

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Allah Subhana Allah prevents their hearts from directing any of that love that is for the divine alone and anything other than a lost parents. They hope in Him, they fear him when they ask a loss. How do I so important, who is a bad as the Prophet it assigned to Sam, so they turned to him and asking him, they entrust their affairs to a loss of hands on and they rely upon him in him alone.

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And this this again, and as Jake was saying was talked about many times throughout this reseller, that the true freedom is the freedom of the heart. And that freedom is only going to be tasted when the heart is a stave, when the heart isn't slaved to a loss of hematite because then it will attain freedom from everything else. subpanel

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everything else and and then he says they along with that they obey the messengers and they support them, they respect them, they love them, they align themselves to them and they follow them.

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And every messenger even our Prophet sallallahu wasallam was taught to follow and a temporary military but I don't make up your own thing. Don't follow follow the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, right, they will and they adhere to their teachings and they are guided by their light. And this is the deen of Islam with which Allah Subhana Allah has sent all of the messengers, the former and the latter, Hamid even at the last a lot of Sunnah. And it is the only religion that almost

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does we ask a law as a gel to make us and all our brother Muslims firm in Islam to perfect it for us and to let us die in it. Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa Nabina Muhammad wanna add? He was talking he was not alone. So

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we narrowed it into two sided Hi, this is the conclusion of this reseller

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The which is which, which was a journey for us.

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And, you know, as I mentioned in the very beginning, this book has a very special place. In my heart, it was one of the first books that I read in Islam. And it was one of those that

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for me, I will, I mean literally changed my life because it changed the way that I looked at the world. And

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for that reason, I feel like this book deserves more hitmen and he deserves more service and made accessible to a larger audience be in the late Anna from the

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better explanations. There, there are a few that are in print of the so sexology Roseanne IV the launching of the disease or Roger he have either la both have print printed explanations though they both started out, as

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you know, just classes that they did, and then they were transferred into book form.

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There are several other explanations that have been recorded. And for those who do know Arabic,

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I would recommend the shot of shampoo rezac and better shave solid Cindy, and there are two explanations by Sheikh Yusuf al Hafiz and both of them are different, like the different styles.

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But, but those three shapes the three of them also have different approaches to the explanation of, of this rissalah. And they're complimentary, none of them are contradictory. They're very complimentary of the focus on different aspects of the resetting of the of this particular trees. And

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I was talking to a brother yesterday

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who said that he wants to do a explanation of the Salah at wikia by even am which at which I actually considered doing

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next month, but I'm going to do in sha Allah, I'm going to do a different book Bible, which is a letter that he wrote to one of his students.

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But I'm telling you this because the brother says, He says, you know, reset it to buki, it changed my life. So you mean, he said, Well, when I first accepted Islam, he said, I came across this translation of the reseller to bulkier, which is a book Bible, okay. And he said, I've came across Translation by Sheikh Mohammed Ali, as the last pantalla to cure him and give him Africa.

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So I came across this, this, this book by this translation by Sheikh Hamza Valley, and I read it from cover to cover. And the meanings that were found in this book at Tolkien changed my life. And he had a similar experience with leukemia that I had with along with it, I just thought that was interesting.

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And but but these books when you look at what's been translated from the books of shaker slam, and from him, and then you look by extension, in logic, who was a student of in Ohio, right? And okay, it was a student of shaker this man, but you see how they approach

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these bringing out the meanings of the book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger, sallAllahu wasallam, but with fidelity, so staying true to, to the text, not not going far off, looking at the way that these were interpreted by the early scholars of Islam and looking at the practice of the companions of the messengers aligned with them to get a better

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idea of what the prophet sallallahu wasallam meant through his statements. You know, all of that is very helpful in in a person growing in their faith and understanding more of the book of Allah hands on and as soon as the messengers Eliasson and I would just say in conclusion, that it is a tremendous blessing from Allah subhana wa tada

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for any youth in any non Arab to be guided to a person of the summit, Mila whom Allah that will carry them on the Sunnah of the messenger is a line of Asana as some of the early settlers used to save them until I mean never too late somehow it's added

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they'll add Jimmy Willie will share the share will add Jimmy Yeah, do it I saw him sooner. Yeah. camino LA.

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So this is this is a great blessing from Allah subhanaw taala to be guided to someone that will take you and bring you on that. Bring you on the Sunnah.

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And allow allow you to ride on that sooner because the sooner is like the ark of Noah. It's like It's like Noah's Ark, man lucky bahat Naja, whoever gets on board will be saved.

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And whoever does not is going to be destroyed.

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To be able to look through these books of people who are helping us understand the sun and ride on the summit, it's a blessing from the last time. And it's, it's actually become like a rarity now to find people who will teach you books and be patient with that, and not just trying to entertain you or giving lectures after lectures, right? Which is why because a lot of times, a lot of times the teacher will succumb to the desire of the students.

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Just like a parent will do what the child wants them to do, even though they know that it's not in the best interest of the child.

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And so you'll find that the sheriff will do what the students want him to do because it's gonna make them happy and get more followers and more, you know, whatever likes on Facebook or more subscribers on YouTube.

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And that doesn't mean that that's what's better for people. And so Pamela so this study, systematic study of the books, this is something as a great blessing from Allah Subhana Allah we asked the lions or gel and Muslim and he that he increases from his grace and His bounty, and we praise Allah subhanho wa Taala for having guided us to starting this book and completing this book. We ask Allah subhanahu wa tada for his guidance at all times and to make his guidance easy for us low tide item along with some of robotic and if you know how many Subhana Allah are handy, gosh, how do you know that? It's going to be like

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