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Ubudiyyah – Ep. 02

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Tahir Wyatt

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Deen & Ibada

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fusina Xia Marina de la, De La La

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La La La ilaha illallah wa la sharika y shawanna Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa. He was talking he was setting them and says demon casilando meteen am I right? Today shallow before we get into the lesson, I want to quickly go over what we covered in the last class. And we'll we're going to keep going over and shallow title because the first class when we took the definition of eligibility is going to come back several times. So what is the definition of a band according to our author? Not

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quite okay, so so it's a comprehensive term a bad is a comprehensive term. It includes everything that alarms the region, and His Messenger have prescribed Jani. I know that the longer definition and checklist Sam mentioned hear his voice when gentlemen it could be making HIPAA law and law. It was a vital partner, right? So everything that Allah loves and is pleased with, whether it is statements or actions, whether they are external or internal.

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Everything that allows him to data has legislated for us or as messengers, a lot of them has legislated constitutes a bed. Now,

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it being so comprehensive of a term why we talk about that being important last week,

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understanding that a bed is an all encompassing Why is that important for us? especially in the context of living here in America? Yes.

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No doubt, no doubt, that to worship and to worship or to direct those acts to other than Allah Subhana Allah would be would be displeasing to law, in fact, that will be shipped. But in our context, understanding how comprehensive The bed is mentioned something last week, and I want you to bring it back. Yes.

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Because we live in a secular society, which tells us that worship is to be regulated to,

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to the church, to the masjid to a place of worship, there's a place for worship. Worship doesn't go outside of those places. Understanding how the comprehensive nature of a bed is important for us so that we don't fall into that trap, so that we don't fall into the trap of believing that worship stops at dimension height. We said that the definition that he mentioned says external statements internal statements, external actions, internal actions, right so four different categories. Give me an example of an external statement. That's that's worship.

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To touch him to say a shadow and I'd love to know what else

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type of forms of Vicar of Allah Alhamdulillah Allah Subhana Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah loves

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recitation of Quran like internal statements internal statements see reason why I'm bringing this back up is because we covered this when we talked about he said when we talked about he meant

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what is an internal statement? We don't have that in English by the way, it's not talking to yourself, what does that mean in terms things

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Subbu

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sincerity, okay.

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fear,

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fear.

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Fear is an internal so she mentioned it, fear loving Allah, hoping along these are internal actions. When we talk about internal statements, we're more referring to affirmation of beliefs, your your heart believing that like Layla had a cold on had a cold or cold. That is a statement of the heart. Okay. So affirming this this affirmation that belief process this is the coal of the heart. This is the statement of the heart in terms of what moves the heart the heart loving the love the heart fearing alone, having that hope in Allah subhana wa tada and true dependence upon him. It's so awkward. These are actions of the heart. So these are internal actions and example of external

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actions would be

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Salah, cm, hedge, and so forth.

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So that is that is, in general what we covered last week, we're gonna go over some of the categorization that we mentioned in shallow data. But first, I want you to take a look at what we're going to be covering this week. Get your mind in the mood to accept what we're going to be covering this week fellowships.

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By the end of tonight's lesson, you should be able to answer the following questions. Why does it stop? That's it. That's the answer even to me. And by the way.

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I forgot I forgot to change it over. But it's so common amongst academics, they just use it for good. Why does it move on start to talk about the word Dean? What does the word Dean imply? So last week, we talked about what word and detail,

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Rebecca? So today we're going to talk about beam and then the relationship between Dean and Rebecca. Now, as I said, What is the relationship between Dean and a bagger? What two types of herb udia? Does the author mentioned? Does either of them. Okay, either. either of the two types encompass all human beings. Explain your answer. How does the author define as a lab? I did it I got Yes. All right. So I want you to be able to confidently answer these questions by the end of tonight.

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Just take a stab at it. But but feel comfortable. And this is part of the these are actually foundations in our religion, understanding the Badger, and Deen and udia, and ILA this terminology. And the interesting thing is,

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even for those who have,

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who are not native Arab speakers,

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in any field, when we want to learn in that field, we have to learn that of that field, it does not matter what the field is, whether it's the medical field or whether it's engineering, or whether it is linguistics, or no matter what field you're in, even, even if you're in, in the trades. Every trade has its language that people use, learn the language of the D. Don't just turn away, try to translate everything. Learn what Illa means learn what D is learned what it means. And shamal Tada by the end of tonight's lesson, we'll have gone through some of these things first, before we get into the answer to those questions last week,

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we started to but did not finish covering those things that Shake, shake was haven't seen me on him a long time I mentioned

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as some of the importance of all those things that highlight the importance of the bed. So we talked about number one is what that is the purpose for which man and Jin were created. And we covered that already. The second thing that we covered already, as you can see here is kind of it's in great, all of the messages were sent commanded their people to worship Allah subhanaw taala alone, therefore, therefore,

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they all of the messages come

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with the details of Salah for example, praying five times a day, that all of the messages come telling the people too fast and

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know that all of the messages come teaching their people too fast. Yes, yes, all of the messages came with that message. But now with the details of how we fast for Ramadan, all of the messengers taught their people to pray, taught them to some form of Salah. It's true, but in terms of the the mainstay the foundation of their message, it was one

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on a Buddha law. Man at home in Isla him I worship the one who has created you the one who deserves your worship a lot, your Creator, worship Him. There is no one else that deserves to be worshipped besides in medical menilai like there's no deity there's nothing else that is worship that deserves to be worshipped except for him. Now,

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how does that highlight the importance of a bed? Because Allah azza wa jal who is allowing he's the all knowing he is attacking the all wise, he is Rahim subhana wa Tada.

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He is all merciful to this creation, if there was something more important that humankind needed to know about. And he would have sent the messengers with that. The fact that he sent all of the messengers with this message, which is to worship Him alone to handle what's at it is indicative of the importance of this message of tawheed of worshipping Allah subhana wa Tada, though, like he goes on to say, and this part is not in the part that was copied for you today, by the way, you can see that this particular print here, it's available on Kindle. So even if you can't find like a hard copy of it, which was I mean, is he here? I mean, what did you say? It was so sad?

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Friday? Yeah, they sold out

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instead of having today, okay. All right. All right.

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So if you cannot get your hands on a hard copy, then you can use the Kindle version, which is like $6, and shall fight.

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Not so on page 16.

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The author or homologs addict says so this a bad debt for worship was made a duty on his messenger until death. This is another very important point, it's going to come back later, it's going to come back with a several times in the book, in fact, and that is that the messengers of Allah Subhana, WA, tada, was so large, even when sending them that they all worshipped Allah until they died. until they die, they did not at any point, believe that it was okay for them to stop worshipping Allah subhanaw taala, though there are some people who ascribe themselves to the oma of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And we're gonna talk about this a little bit today, who believe that once you

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get to a certain level, you no longer have to worship a lot.

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Because you have reached a level that is beyond the level of normal people,

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US normal folk, we are the ones who have to worship along and pray and fast and do these things. But once you actually get to a to that inner level of understanding, then you no longer have to worship Allah. So in essence, what they're saying is that the messages themselves, they never made it to that to that inner level, or they were just worshipping, to show the regular people what to do. But once you become from the special folks, you don't have to worship a loss of habitat anymore, as we'll see. type. So here the office says so, this a baton was made a duty upon the messengers to lie to sell them. As Eliza Joe said, Why buddhadeb Becca, had to cut it up and worship your Lord until a

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VIP, comes to you and le Hakim means certainty. And in this in this particular eye, by edge map of the scholars of Islam, it refers to death. So worship You, Lord, until death comes to you also allows parents to describe the best of his creation as worshipers had there been another way to describe them, he would have described them in that way. So this is something else that shows the importance of and the bed. The author says a lot described as angels, you see,

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a lot of described his angels and prophets as being those who worship in the English translation reads, To Him belongs whatsoever is in the heavens and on earth, and those who are near him, that is the angels are not too proud to worship him to serve him that his worship, nor are they way weary of his worship. And verse 19, yes. All right. So and then several other eyes that also comes on page 18.

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Next is that last fantana has condemned those who do not worship him. How does that show that a bed is important?

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Because they were condemned for what? Leaving it off, therefore they are praised for doing

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it this year, and your lower transmission beads and your new access caught on me. I will answer your prayer. But those who are too arrogant to worship me, will surely find themselves in hell in humiliation in Alenia Steffi, Luna and the bad Auntie Eliza gel says those who are too proud. They have too much arrogance to what to worship me. But what does it say the very beginning of this of this app, what type of worship specifically is being mentioned in this app?

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Do I do I know?

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This is important because we actually

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for so many people

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We only call upon a loss of what's added when the when the circumstances are dire.

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Other than that, unfortunately, again, and this is something that's going to come several times in the book, we actually depend on ourselves, and are too proud to call upon a loss penalty.

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When, when a person and I'll give you some examples of this,

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what a person wants a raise at the job.

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They believe that they deserve a raise, right?

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And then what do they begin to do?

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They begin to praise themselves I've done a and b and c, I've called 10%. I am the reason that there's a 10% growth and the profit of the company over the past to the end of it made

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up which is, which I understand may be necessary to convince you know your employer that you deserve a raise.

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But does that same person

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wake up before selected and call upon a loss of Hannah Montana and ask Allah to make it easy for them to get what it is they believe they deserve?

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Or does it? Or is that relationship not there? A student who relies solely on the fact that they have studied the material to pass the test?

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And many of us this is the way we teach our children. You need to study hard we that's all part of it. But are we teaching our children at the same time call upon allies? Ask a law to make it easy for you, along with the means that we take

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there has to be one. If not, that is a form of stick bump. It's a form of being to why because you believe that what you have is sufficient to get what you want.

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We understand that. We believe that what I believe that what I have, whether it's intelligence, whether it's what I have in my hand, whether it's money, whatever else it might be, I believe that what I have is sufficient. And it's not.

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You might get what you looking for you might get it.

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But is that thing that you get now is that bringing you closer to launch Pantheon? Is it pushing you away from the most fantastic. The reason why I want to focus on this point,

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just for a second, is because the importance of event that cannot be overstated. And for so many people, we really don't emphasize the importance of an event. And we put many things over the bed.

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We put many things over the bed, and all you have to do is look at your interaction with those who are under you, under your authority. What do you want for your children?

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For example,

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prosperity, prosperity. But what does prosperity mean to so many people, it stops at the dune, I would rather My child, be a great doctor and a poor Muslim poor is and not really practice Islam to be a great Muslim, and have a poor occupation.

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Why?

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Because another, our scale is doing it based. Our scale is doing is centric, and not here after century.

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And it's a lot of people like that. There are a lot of people who really when you look at it, what they want for their children is that they want prosperity. But what does that really mean? The prosperity for them is to have a mansion somewhere in the suburbs. Very nice car, right?

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enough wealth to do anything, they want to do two trips a year, two vacations a year. Right? I mean, when you start thinking about what does prosperity actually mean savings, at least six months a year income I mean, you know all of the all of the typical things. This is prosperity, prosperity, gender doesn't come into the picture,

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being a true worship of Allah.

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Now, there is no doubt that there's a certain level of doing your face prosperity, that everyone needs to be able to function properly.

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And then beyond that, those things begin to own us and we don't own them anymore. Okay. And that's just the reality. The bad is important. Being a good worshipper of lumps of hematite is should be the objective of every Muslim.

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before anybody else we have to look at ourselves before we look at you know, calling the non Muslims to a bad calling the Christians and the Jews in the

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Fire worshippers in the Buddhist and whoever, to the back of a loss. Fantastic. Do we really love a bat? Is that really what our focus is?

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No. So this is just some of the things. These are just some of the things that she was saying mentioned are the importance of a bad play. Let's go back to our question very quickly read that question again.

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Even Abdullah Helene Tamia rocking law was asked about the verse.

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Oh, man Chi. Yeah. Are you headed next? worship your Lord would do Rob Buchan timestamp here.

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The practice of law with some sort of fatal comb mentality, or Anwar, under the best of you? Are those who learn the bride and, and teach you.

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This whole book that we're studying is based on what?

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Based on a question about what

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about an iron from the grind? All of this what we're doing right now? It comes under that have either the prophecy some of the best of you or those who learn the Quran and teach within Sharla? Yes, the lies are built to make this one the most impressive and sleeps. This this iron? Is the reason everything that we're studying is based on. Yeah, you can master a boo. Oh, mankind worship your Lord. What is it better worship? And what are its branches? So we cover some of that, right? Does it encompass? Does it take effect over the entirety of the day? This is what we're going to cover today we did the lantana does a bad and Qantas determined event in Congress, the dean and its

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entirety. Know, what is the real essence the real core of our udia? cover some of that as well? No. Is it the highest level of achievement that one can reach in this world and in the hereafter? Or is there something better? Please expound upon that. All right. So based on that, we said, we said that this rusada that we're covering is, is broken down into three main topics. Who remembers what those main topics are? They're right here in front of you. But yeah.

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What about the bed?

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What about it? What is right? What is it? So defining it? conceptualizing a beggar? Right? And what's the second thing?

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Sorry, a little Buddha, which means what?

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servitude. So how to become once you know what any bad that is? How do you become a true slave of a loss of Hamilton. So what is a little D, and we're gonna cover some of that today. But we're not gonna go into the details of how to become a certain number. And there was the third one,

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addressing the false claims, because there are a lot of misconceptions about the fight. So we're going to cover go to pace at the very beginning of what you have from today, the relationship between a bad death and a deal on page 19. So it says any better. And an all encompassing, all embracing all of religion is included on

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this part right here.

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The title of a bad and all embracing concept

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of religion is there, right? I don't have.

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Okay, perfect.

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Religion is included in the concept of the battle. So all the religion meaning a dino could lose.

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Again, and this is the good part about going over these translations. You'll see there's some places where it's actually miss translated. So it's very important that we point that out. But when he says all of religion is included, yeah, he means all of the dean, Dean in its entirety is included in the concept of

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God, that's actually Sahih Muslim, and also the second Hadith in 1440.

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states that jabril came to the Prophet so long while he was seven, in the form of a bedroom, and asked him about his family. And the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam said, Allah slam

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is that you testify you bear witness that there is no deity, no God, except the law. And then the hominid is the messenger of the law,

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to establish prayer, to base to paste the gap, the cat to fast during Ramadan, and to make pilgrimage to the house that is the Kaaba, if one is able to do this. He has Okay, stop right here. Now, are these activity bad? Based on our definition? What what are the

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External activity batteries, some of them being statements of the tongue and some of them being state actions of the limbs keep going he asked and what is a man which is translating, he has faith, he said and took me a little bit to believe in a law, His angels, his books, his messages and messengers and resurrection after death, to believe in other divine pre ordination both good and the bad of it. Okay, stop there. Are those is that the man and activity bad? Are they actually bad? Yes, yes. Yes. Okay, under what category and terminal What? statements right Hold on. That belief in a law is angels and so forth. Now. He asked, what is said and what is said? He said, it is to serve it

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is to worship the law, as if you see him, but although you do not see him, you know, that he sees you.

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Is that event

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actually use the word right and tap Buddha law. It's to worship Allah and taboo the law can end the counselor as if you see him. So where does this fall under what category?

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internal and external. If sin is excellence, in your external worship of the last hand, Thailand, excellence in your internal worship of Allah is fantastic. So you reach that level of excellence. Now, at the end of the Hadith, the prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam told his companions, he said, Omar, do you know who your visitor was? And he said, one message the best. And then he said, that was jabril he came to teach you your religion. Sure, he said. He said that was jabril

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came to you to do what you are. Lima Khun Dena, Dena come time. So being is encompassing of what everything that just came, which was, the better, right, the worship of

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the heart, the worship of the limbs, internal extra, all of that jabril came to teach you in the process of some call all of that being.

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So keep going. All of these things are part of being a part of religion, the word game that is translated here, religion carries the meaning of submission, which means worshiping, and obeying a law and being humbled towards him. This is the religion of the law. Okay, stop there, that translation is not

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completely accurate. All right, so here's one that is better.

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conceptualizing the word D. All right. And this by the way,

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shake honey reminded me last night, there is another translation of the last week I mentioned that there were at least two, there was a third one in my mind, I couldn't think who it was from and I couldn't find it.

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The third one is done by a brother named Jamil pattern from from New Jersey.

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And his translation based off of what I've seen, thus far, is superior.

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more accurate, but still, we're going to use this one, this one, but that one it it is it is more accurate and actually sometimes some kind of law coming across the mistakes is actually beneficial. You'll remember them you'll pay attention more your question is this what he was really trying to say? You know, keep going,

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conceptualizing the word theme try to put it in an idea form so you won't forget it. The word religion theme necessarily includes the meaning of subjection and humility. It is said i said i subjugated him, then to me, put him under your command right and he became such a subjugated bandana. That is I humbled if I stop right there. And Dean then means what imply it gives us what meaning when we say de

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subjugation, humility, submission, that something else conquered something, I mean, you get this type of impression when you hear the word de right. din to who? Okay, I subjugated him, I put him under my power if you didn't to for then and so he became subjugated. That is I humbled him as low to rush. That's very powerful word related to that. Yeah, I humbled him subjected him and he can and he became humble. Does that right, it is said so here just so that we get it

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Clear Diem carries that meaning of zoom, and zoom. Yes,

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it does. It is from the same.

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We obey, we obey a lot, Nadine who a lot and submit to Him that Dino land, that is we worship we serve Him, we OBEY Him, and we subject ourselves to Him. Therefore, the religion of the law is worshiping that is serving him Check, check this out. I want I want you to get this these three points here. So therefore the religion of Allah de la is what? worshipping Him, obey Him. Notice there's a there's a difference between worshiping and obeying, you will see that as it comes in. There is a difference. So pay attention, worshiping, obeying and, and subjecting oneself humbling oneself. So Allah subhanaw taala, these three concepts you have to keep them in mind when we say the

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word Deen and therefore when we say the word, a bad word, which is being used synonymously with the what three? Are we talking about here? worship, obedience and subjugation. Worship will be and I don't know if he comes up with that here in that. Yes. So he says here, if you look back on page 20, and in the book that we had, all of these things are part of Deen, the word Deen carries the meaning of submission, which means worshiping and obeying and being humbled. So he does kind of catches that, it's very important that we understand these concepts, like keep going from this book to the root of the word, a bed that also carries the meaning of submission and humility. So So just like

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Dean carries that, that meaning of humility and submission and so forth, the word bad also carries carries the meaning of submission and humility, right. In Arabic, a resume be described as much better, much

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better bet. Yeah, that is, it is smooth and easy for people to walk on. Okay, this VLAN? What is he talking about?

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How do we how do we get from a bagger to talking about a smooth road?

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Okay, okay, so sorry.

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Yeah, well, he's right, he saw, because every word that has been defined a certain way in the shot, it has its foundation in the language, right? Just like the word salon. So when we say salon, what are we talking about?

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a salon.

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Okay, so so salon is a specific form of,

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of prayer. Whereas the word select linguistically means do I, which is all types of print. Right, you pray to allow me to write, but this type of slot that's used in the genre is a specific type of prayer. So the shark comes and takes those words, which are defined linguistically and puts adds meaning to them, but there's still obviously a connection. So here, when he says the root of the word embed that also carries that meaning of submitting. So when we say 30, or more, I bet that's a role that has been well traveled. And so what happens is, you know, think about this before they had like, obviously, during the time sickness, and it's not about asphalt and that type of stuff. He's

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talking about roads that are made out of

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stones, dirt, Clay, whatever, but after you walk on it, people been walking on this path for a year for two years, it becomes very clear, flat smooth path, right? So that is called 31. My bet because basically like Singapore business, it submits to the feet of the people, right? And it becomes a smooth road. So evadne carries that meaning, you can't be an a real slave of Allah, tada and be haughty, be arrogant when it comes to, to the rules and regulations of the last panel time and his and his obedience.

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But the kind of worship that we are commanded to carry out includes both humility and love, it combines the utmost humility to him suppiler who went to Allah with the utmost love for him, okay, and we and this point is going to come over and over again. So the magic is what when we talk about an event that is Sharia, that imbedded that has been legislated by laws fantastic. It combines between what humility and love and love and the love of Allah

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Hands on is paramount.

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And also submitting to a lot of hands on is paramount without the two together, there is no event as we'll see. No degrees of love. Okay, what you're going to do is that again, he went a bit inaccurate with this first paragraph.

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You read the first paragraph, and then you'll read the another translation. The highest degree of love is titanium. Yes, totally. Totally subject to it don't don't train, don't we got a better one, the lowest degree is Alaska attachment. When the heart is attached to the beloved, then it becomes No, he says here, the lowest degree is I laughter when the heart is attached to the beloved, that's why the semi colon is here. And then he's saying then comes Yes.

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Can't read

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the banner.

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When the heart is poured out, then

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passion, when love never leaves, actually, is what he's saying. Here, he says babba

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with this sub dummy

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support. So that actually is a pretty decent translation. Okay. Then, over on the left, which is passion. And this is when love never leaves the heart, then shock, right, which which is not, that's not even correct. transliteration is actually

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which means I love when you really fall in love, you don't know what you're doing.

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And finally, the time when we say that a person is enthralled, or he's really into it, oh, he's all covered with it, as it were, by Allah, it means that he worships that it serves a law, because enthrallment is like enslavement to the beloved. Like, let's let's read it.

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degrees of love. Yes. The final level of love and he the uppermost level, when he says the final here, we're talking about the top level of love. The top level, the highest level of love is enslavement. I love the title. For those of you who study the deed,

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to take you, do you notice to be a word from the grind isn't?

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Like, what about that plus I've ever Ah, describing a relationship with Allah, Allah is

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why I'm talking about this.

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I need you again, one of the objectives of BS classes is to develop your ability to read. And I don't mean, like literacy as in you went to high school and you become literate. I mean, developing your ability to break down the material that you see, in order to love someone you have to know. Oh, that's no doubt about that. But why would he use this terminology here?

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Yeah.

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terminologies used by other people.

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Exactly. So we go back to the beginning of the book, he was asked, Is this the highest level? Right? Is la bad to the highest level that a person that a person can reach? Or is there something beyond a better

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and so we talked about from there, we're going that the shape of the Sam is frequently throughout the book, he's going to address misconceptions about a bed, then those who may have gone. So now we're getting into the terminology that is used in the books up on the sofa. Okay, so you're not going to find this type of terminology used

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in general, and in the in the books of many of the scholars of Islam, they don't avoid this type of terminology. shakiness, man wants to say, Hey, listen, this is what they mean when they say that, and not look, not all of the concepts are wrong. And the same is very just when it comes to that, if the concept is right, but the way that person is describing it is wrong, he's fine with accepting the concept and saying, this is the way we say that in the [???]tier. Right? So we don't have these,

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these levels per se, but to understand where a person is going, because because not all love is the same. And someone may love a loss in hand with data, but not love a law enough to give up their money for law because they love their money more. Right. So understanding where this is actually can be helpful and I lost friends it was best, but this can be helpful in seeing where you really stand in your love over loss.

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So the final level at the top or the uppermost level, one second

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do learn Finnish rings, and its initial level is attachment.

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Right? Because the heart is first attached to the beloved, right? So that's the, that's the first thing is that there is a connection, that connection leads to an and attention. This is the beginning of Allah. So there's a there's a connection with the loss of habitat and attachment to him. Next is deep affection so bad, right? Because the inclination desire of the heart is toward the beloved right? This is followed by our desire for getting deeper now law, which is an unavoidable love in the heart.

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Then comes here it is the passionate love issue, right? Which is, which is honestly, this is not a way, this is not a proper way to talk about the relationship between a slave and as massive between the human being and a lost parents, I wanted to talk about some passionate love. That's not it's not okay. And finally, enslavement by the writer. So now enslavement by love, right? Which means that you love something so much. And we use this I mean, we use this in English, right? Somebody guy loves his, you know, his wife so much that he becomes like a, like a slave term. Right now, that's not okay. But I'm saying just from a terminology standpoint, understand what it means to love

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someone so much that that love

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you, because I would do anything for them. That is the love that a true servant of a loss mentality should have.

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Because the uppermost level of muhabba is what is is that you become a slave to that thing. You see that the relationship between La Banda and

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the worship and and love and a bad it is love combined with humility, submission.

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Yes, it is said anyway. Thus it is said that the enslaved lover of a law, common law means the worshipper of a law at do law, because the enslaved lover is the one who yields completely to his beloved, which he loves. Right. And that was that that was a much more accurate rendition of what came in Arabic time. Let's go back to page 20 when a person submits to another

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when a person submits to another, even though he dislikes him, this is not worship or enslavement. So So imagine someone who submits to another person but he, he hates that person. Is that a bad? No. When he loves someone, but is not subservient to him as a man like love his child or his friend. This is not worship, or enslavement either clear, so he loves but he's not.

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He's not submissive. But what about a child who loves his father and is submissive to his father's day bed?

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Right, exactly, because it's not the type of love that is that is for loss of habitat, and it is not a complete subservience, like one would have for an elf for for a deity. So that's not considered to be bad either. As you'll see, it's the complete love and complete humility not either of them alone is not enough when it comes to worshiping Allah. Allah must be dearer than anything else to the slave. Allah must be more important than all else. Nothing is deserving of complete love and submission, except Allah. Okay, so, so here Nothing is deserving of complete love and submission, of complete love and submission except alone. Read the next sentence. I'm warning you Now this next

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sentence is translated inaccurate, meaning it is wrong. But really love for anything other than a law is corrupt. Love says the translator and veneration of anything except the law is false than eration. So he says love for anything other than a law is corrupt love. I'm going to read it what he says in Arabic. He says well couldn't do. Matt will hit burly man or HIPAA live in LA. From a habit to fancy the

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cool new man who hit birdie right in LA from a habitual fastener. Here he says what love for anything other than a laws corrupt love. It's not he says. He says loving something for other than the sake of Allah is corrupt love.

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Insane difference. Loving something other than so here love for anything other than a love the messenger of a loss of life itself.

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is other than his other than the law, okay? In fact, he's His Messenger. If I love the Messenger of Allah, is that correct love let

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you understand why this sentence can

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be dangerous, right? So he says couldn't no matter what HIPAA lady left, what is love for other than the sake of Allah, that's corrupt law.

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Then he says what matters is the mobiel hating me les kanatal Lee moonbounce he left

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here he says and veneration anything except the laws false marriage law. He says anything that is revered by other than the last command any other than last command to revere that thing, then it is a false reference. A false veneration, we are to revere a larger Waddell signs suffer Marwan right. All of these will make you out even shy it alone.

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Then he says that's what from tough one clue. He doesn't say his boxing. So So this actually understanding where hear what he's saying is that to venerate something that allows fans out is not commanded be revered. And that is, and that is what is false. Now he brings the I want you to pay attention to this statement of allowance. Fantastic. Go ahead, read that actually. I'm gonna read an English guy and say if it be that your fathers, your sons, your brothers, your spouse's, or your kindred, the wealth that you have gained the commerce and what you fear decline, or the dwellings in which you delight are dear to you then a law or his messenger for the striving in his cause, then

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wait until a law brings about his decision. Oh, okay, who knows what this I was revealed

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for or who this I initially was directed to?

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Anybody

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live without the call in Canada at Val comm whatever now who was one who was Why'd you come by Sheila to come on? Why don't you put off tomorrow?

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Yeah,

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those individuals who basically want to pay their spouses versus going out and

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playing

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bass that's it. This is related to the hegemon. This is about those who after the Prophet is allied to Sudan had already made the hegemon to deal with some of those where they accepted Islam and Mexico stayed back.

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And so allies we dealt with sent a stern warning to them saying that if these things why do they stand back because their families may have been in in Mecca they had businesses in Mecca that no doubt when they go to Medina what happened after I remember Oh, and start over and start over when he got to the end he had plenty of wealth and he had to start over. So if all of this was you, Jonathan, instead of them attacking itself don't hang in the houses that you had to leave burn, right when he left Mecca were able to rent their houses out and take the money and live in Medina

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that's their retirement plan No, it's not working like that you lost that so ahead of all of these things are more beloved a headbutt the word my head but if you love those things, more than you love Allah and His Messenger they just wait it was fantastic is given them they the the warning for a person is wait until that decision from the last panel data comes

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what was my question? Okay. So So here

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the author is bringing this to show that none of these things that the love of those things cannot take precedence over

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over a long span of time but in this I in this is a loss from data says what if they're more beloved to you than Allah?

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What else and His Messenger

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Okay, wait a second.

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Why does he start talking about love in the first place? Let's go back understand how we get from point A to point because what happens is you're moving throughout the book and a lot of times it's just it's going to you trying to fit well, how did you get there? Why would tell my love in the first place?

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What's this book about?

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Right, so part of a bad is what

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You have to have complete love in order for it to be in order for there to be that so then he brings this is to begin to talk about how that love looks you can't love your spouse more than you love a law your father your children your brother. Allah has to be more beloved to you than all of those things which man naturally loves magic.

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Like it doesn't go with the hand

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even though that

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it carries that meaning but it doesn't it wasn't revealed at the same time Yes.

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See it? See it could change

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All right, so here just I want you to follow with me Why are we talking about love in the first place? Because there is no a bad thing without love? And then and then the author brings this I had to show us the importance of and what that looks like what it looks like really loving the last penny out of over over everything else. But then this I also mentioned that one that you love the Rasulullah sallallahu sung so is that shirt

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All right, let's stay with me. Love Is it love is a bad or No.

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We said we direct a bad data other than a law that it's called what? Sure

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so how is loving the prophecy? So I'm not sure

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so so hold on timeout time, a lot orders us to love the property.

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So that automatically makes it nicer.

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Why do you Why do you love the processor?

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right because the loss rate so you love him for the sake of the sake of a lot of parents out there, right? So it's not the love the love that you have for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is not the love that you have for love.

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Nor is it a love that is combined with total total humility. It's it's not combined with vision. Okay, now, is it combined with obedience? Yes, yes, as we'll see. Now, the reason though, that we're going to go through some of these things, there are certain

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acts that are permissible, that are commanded, that we have in terms of the bad that for loss of habitat like love, but you can also love something else.

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You can please Allah Subhana Allah, you can also please other people, you can please the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, if you were living during this time, please your parents, those things are permissible.

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But there are certain things that are only for Allah subhanaw taala, like at tawakoni. And we'll get in that office going to talk about that. But I just want to want us to make that distinction. panela read, just read the I have one more time to read something that said he said

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he said, if it be that your father's Tell me tell you pay attention to this if your sons, your brothers, your spouse's or your relatives, the wealth that you have gained, the commerce in which you fear a decline. But the dwellings in which you delight are dear to you, then a law or his messenger or the striving in the cause of the law, then wait until a law brings about his decision. Okay, let's read this real quick. acidity, Rahim. Allah Allah says we'll have the lions of Kadena Ivan will believe in Allah would you be more happy to live honestly he says that this is this no way is the greatest deal.

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That it is obligatory to level on his messaging, while leaving email, particularly shape and to put them up in front of to put them above to give them preference over loving everything else. While worried they should eat well, marketing a key element can shave woman heavy and medical law. I believe in a lot of us who he was he had infeasibility and also the the harsh threat that will that is for anyone who any of these things that were mentioned your fathers, your sons, your brothers, your spouses to the end, though, that any of these things are more beloved to him than Alon his messaging so that person is under the threat of a loss of hands at

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Now this is the part he says why lambda to data? And the who either Oh, he died a lot. I had too many HIPAA law school related enough CVS Oh, well,

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well, we'll add up to hit boo nafsa who attach that he will actually know who you feel free to either open the leg, do you know in

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law,

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no voluntary can remain hidden man Gigi whining, okay, so he said, a sign of that, how do you know that Allah and His Messenger are more beloved to you than anything else. He says if two choices are in front of you, you have two choices to make. One of them you know is beloved to a lot of messages.

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You don't really have any desire to do it, like there's no one inside of you, that also wants to do

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this, the second choice that you have is what your knifes is inclined to it's which tests you enjoy this thing. So you have two choices to me, one of them is going to do a please a lot is messenger and other one's going to please your knifes.

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But if you do that thing, well I think you fall into it, he might have been the language

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teacher who but that thing that you really want to do, is going to cause you to lose out on what is beloved to Allah His messenger or diminish its reward.

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So if you choose the second one, that is which are However, once over what Allah Subhana Allah loves, then know that you are a thorn in

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our a volume your wrong door. And you have left that which is yeji getting debt which is an obligation for you to do this is how you fight your next

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choices which one of these is beloved to Allah His messenger? Right?

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the Superbowl is on time to go pray.

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I know that it would be better for me, or whadjuk for me to go to the masjid and pray with the congregation. But I'm just gonna wait till halftime.

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Why? Because that's what my knifes once

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only for law not only for law, love, like convenience.

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Should be only for a loan is messenger. I know you're gonna talk about this and for the sake of earning a loss pleasure. So this subtitle Do you see the subtitle where it says only for a lump that doesn't fit here at all. It doesn't fit because the author is talking about those things which are for a loss of habitat and can also be for, for other people in terms of the wording because there is a lot for love there is that there is some level some degree of

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similarity in the terminology, not in the actuality of the things so the way that you love a lot stands out is not going to be the way that you love his messenger.

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And as the verse translated beads, but it is more fitting that they should please Allah and His messenger. Right. So here, he says what love and obedience These are for Allah and His messenger and even the pleasure

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box seeking to please can be for a lot and his messages but it is more fitting that they should please Allah and His Messenger, right? It is awesome. It is also for a lot and His messenger to give as the translation needs, if only they had been content with that which Allah and His Messenger gave them we covered some of this we talked about the names and attributes of Allah Subhana Allah that there are some attributes that are specific to Eliza and there are others where loss of hands out as described for example as being the roof right, which means one

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time and compassionate and that is messengers also described as being rove right. But, but that one is not like that. This effect of Allah subhanaw taala not like that of his his creation, when aligns with Joe Gibbs it's not like the giving of his messengers a lot better bad, that is worship and the things that are connected to it such as complete trust, and fear and so on. Can

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can only be for us

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Law alone. So, these things when we start talking about a bad death and those things that are directly connected to it such as to what call upon a loss, the fear that one has for Allah subhanho wa Taala these things can be for a loss alone and they are not to be you cannot say you cannot say to a cat into a lake

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I put my tawakkol in you, you cannot say that, okay, a tawakkol is for Allah subhana wa Taala alone that complete reliance upon Eliza gel alone and that's the translation beads say yeah, Mohammed Muslim yeah after the keytab Oh People of the Book come to a word that is just between that is rightful between us and you that we worship none but a law and that we associate no partners with him and that none of us shall take others as Lords besides the law, then they turn away say bear witness that we are Muslim, okay. Okay, so, one every time you read a person for example, they want to make a point and then they say a lot of sense.

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Okay.

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What are we looking for here? We're looking for the way that they have used the IRA to prove their point. Okay, so because we have what the legal and is the the land, so you have evidence and you have the way that that evidence is, is used. So sometimes the evidence is authentic it sound but the way it's being used is incorrect. Like the adage, when they said any hook move in lead in lead the ruling is only for love.

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That person just made a ruling. That person just committed

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coffee.

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Right. So therefore, they are Kufa.

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Did they have a deal? Yes. What about the estate lab? Did they understand the de Lille correctly? Did they pull a ruling out of it in a correct fashion? No. So here chicken with Sam Tamia Rahim Allah tada is saying that the bed is only for Allah how do we benefit that from this I just mentioned how do we benefit that from nine

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it's pretty straightforward by the way it's not a trick question.

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Right that we worship number law cos worship is only for a law that is the dour of the Prophet it is selected with Sudan to the Jews and the Christians that we do what we worship number one

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then worship is only for a long fight Now this next eye is a little bit more sub so

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once you listen to the air a lot fantastic says well no muddled Mad chamomilla

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yeah that they wrote that I incorrect in air was shut down the low was Hello sir Susa

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that's

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fine. Well, I'll take okay okay, well no not do my attack from Allah wa kalu Hassan Allah so you Tina love woman fugly he was Sulu in a law he a lot of people fell eat out we'll evaluate what was soon so here in the eye that's interesting though. Because in the English it says what if only they had been content with what Allah and His Messenger gave them having the an iPhone,

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an iPhone, well, no moto Moto, a lot of what I

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saw.

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But in the Arabic

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spend a lot this this taba that I have here. It's an old edition is from 1416 1995 This edition. And this is before they had the call it was halfling Medina where it's just a program that takes it straight from the mishap puts it in the books, so it was like they were re typing this. So he forgot.

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Right? He forgot what are soon. Well, no, no do Matt chamomilla what I assume if they had only been pleased with what a lot were content with what Allah and His Messenger had given them, what callooh has been Allah and they said a law is sufficient for us. See you Tina law woman fugly he was sudo Allah and His messenger will give us from his favorites His bounty in that EULA.

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He multiball indeed we are laws in Finland, we so so here when she when she translates that, to a law we turn with our hopes. Here you notice he says, What

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if they had been content with what Allah and His Messenger had given? And they said, What?

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Allah and His Messenger are sufficient for us. Lack

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is sufficient for us.

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So the first part what a lot of messages are good, but who sufficient for us alone, not the Messenger of Allah. That's for allies, which alone has spoon Allah, that's it. Whenever Loki never and you don't say hustling Allah, what else? Right? So this is the point that he's making it. But that's what lies with Joe alone. So it is for a lot His messenger to give, as he said, so take what the messenger assigns to you and deny yourself that which he withholds from you. But Allah is sufficient for us. It is only Allah who is sufficient for us. It's the IRA just read you following along. Yes. Okay. Now, the last I then illustrate that allies with john says,

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Yeah, you're in the V husavik, alone minutes of ACA, mini Mini, I want to just, we gotta get past this part, because it's important, just give me another five minutes.

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So it says the last I mean, sufficient for you and those who follow you of the believers is a lot that is a lot is sufficient for you and those who follow you of the believers, it does not mean he says anyone who thinks that it means a lot. And the believers along with the law are sufficient for you is making a grave mistake, because that can be understood in the language of that point being that a law is the only one that is the husband, who will carefully somehow know what type of fight and conclusion there therefore

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read that portion. In conclusion, therefore, we may say that the slave the app that means the one who is enslaved by a war and who submits and humbles himself to him Tyler, okay, now it gets this this part is important, super important. Super, super important. If you fell asleep wake back up.

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Wish me luck. All right. followship

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The subdued mo bed as a PR Oh, no, no, no, just reread this read this so we're gonna get here. Okay. So he says In conclusion, therefore, he says, Elaine solo. Be caffeine is death. isn't a law sufficient for his slave? Who is the app it means the one who is more at bed. The one who is he says here and slaved. Jani, the one who is subdued by loss of Hannah Montana. That is one meaning that is the one who is enslaved or subdued a lady I better who love for the lella who would have bought or who was subwoofer who that is the one and I don't like this translation

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that is the one who Allah subhanaw taala has subdued with that Baba who he manages him he governs him governs him to handle with Anna he governs his affairs. This one is called an act.

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He says but by this token keep going. All of mankind whether they are righteous or corrupt believers or disbelieve is destined for paradise, Oprah l are slaves of a law interview interview. Okay, so so is the pope a slave of Allah?

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Allahu Abdullah

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Is the is fitter own was fit our own and Abdullah. Yes, yes. By this beating have had interview because the word I doesn't

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understand the word I sometimes mean the one who is subdued all of the creation, under laws pans out his command. Nobody is outside of what Allah subhanaw taala has, has decreed in the cosmos, if you will, universal decree of a loss of habitat. Okay. Everybody falls under that command. Everybody has to die.

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By Eliza Jones decree they can't get away from that their slaves have a loss mentality in that sense. That's why it says by this token, that is that they have been subdued that they are under the control of a loss. Fantastic. They are all one. They're all slaves.

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Whether they are righteous or corrupt believers and disbelievers destined for paradise or for hell, they are all slaves of Allah He is the Lord father is their Lord and Master their own, and they never operate outside of his will, and decree. Okay, this, I'm going to give you a preview, we have to cover this in detail next week, we're gonna start our lesson with no matter where we get to that, we're going to start next week, because you have to understand what this means. He says they never operate outside of his will and his decree.

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When they drop bombs,

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on innocent people,

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that's not outside of a laws will and his decree, and his creation.

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When that person kills another person,

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unjustly, it's still under a laws decree.

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Now, that's why it's very important for us. And again, we're going to cover this in some detail to understand the difference between what Eliza gel has decreed and what he loves what he's pleased with.

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The question then arises, well, why does he decreed that which he doesn't love? And that's what we're gonna have to deal with a shallow time? Why would somebody, why would a person for example, do something that they don't like to do?

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answer question.

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Yeah.

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Whoa, no, no, you're gonna see I'm talking about a person. I'm not talking about the last one people do things that they don't like to do. Okay, today, have you done today? Have you done something you don't like to do? Absolutely. Sure. All of you went to work.

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Big.

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Big, big. Why? Because they're oftentimes as a result that you do like, right, you did the act itself, you may not particularly enjoy.

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But you like the result of the Act. Alliance does not decree anything

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unjustly, nor does he decree anything except that there is a there is a case that he wants from though that thing may not be a good thing. It may not be a good thing. So Allah subhana wa Tada. Again, we'll talk more about this in the next class at lunchtime. But it's very important to understand that all of the creation of Allah subhanaw taala are under his will his control his decree no one right to so corrupt, can overstep the limits of his perfect decree subpoena who, what?

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I know the time zone.

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Give us a little bit.

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Everybody doesn't feel the same way she

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is retired, he was.

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I'll give you a preview. I give you a preview. And as a matter of fact,

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you know, it's important for us to understand, and this is this is actually one of the main important parts of this book is which is where the author begins to distinguish for us, the difference between allies with gel as the Lord, the one who has created the one who is the owner, and the master, and the governor of our affairs, and so forth. The difference between recognizing a loss pantalla as that

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and recognizing a law as legitimate as the object of our ultimate, and supreme adoration is very important that we understand the difference between the two, what is later what has been known in later terms is available via an elite. Understanding the difference between that is of ultimate importance, and those who don't get it oftentimes will go far astray. They go far astray. And this is what the author is going to talk about. You can see, I'm ready to just give you this question and then we can end on this question right here.

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Read the question.

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And we are going to we are going to talk about this and then and then and then you go home and show. How could a person's misunderstanding of the decree of the Divine Decree lead them to believe that

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They are exempt. They don't have to, from having to heed that is to obey the commands and observe the prohibitions of the slap. How could someone's misunderstanding lead them to do those things? Right? How could they use the story? I see I know it is 100.

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Okay, how could they use the story about hammer and loose de la snabb as proof for this type of false belief?

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Okay, so I'm gonna let you work with your partner, everybody's gonna have two minutes to work with your partner to come up with an answer for this. But before you do so, turn to the last page that you have where it says lesser kinds of oval. Did you see that?

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It says,

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oh, sorry, sorry, sorry. Sorry, painted, done. And on page 25. heating the commands of Allah is essential. You see that?

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third paragraph now some people think you see that? Some people everybody would be that's my third paragraph, then some people think that I'll have it, it should say I'll cut it not kidding. Some people think that I'll have it and others were also exempt from having to obey laws commands, because they recognize and acknowledge the will of a law. shall he do an erotic. Take two minutes, stay two minutes work with your partner. Everybody has to have a party.

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If you're talking, I'm going.

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I'm not gonna do anything, but

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really, that's

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dangerous. I'm not messing with two minutes, two minutes.

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Once we finish this with that.

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Yeah, go ahead, buddy.

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Yeah, me.

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Everybody needs to have a partner.

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Even if you're trying to hide from me.

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One minute.

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Did you start breaking it down?

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30 seconds.

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Okay.

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Call it

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five seconds. 4321. Okay, tell us. Yellow who wants to take a stab? Okay. Okay, who wants to take a stab at? Sure. Yeah.

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Give it to jihad.

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Bismillah Bismillah. They falsely believe that if, if a law didn't want it to happen, then they wouldn't do it. And they would use the proof of

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that. Okay. Okay. Let's start with that first one. They falsely believed that what Say that again?

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If a loved one wanted to happen, then it wouldn't happen.

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Right. So how does that need to them leaving off the commands and prohibitions?

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They wouldn't be able to do so. I couldn't do this.

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Okay, okay. You're on. You're definitely right there. I couldn't be disobedient. I couldn't be. There is no disobedience in the first place.

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Let's go back. Let's go back up.

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Their point their argument is that they don't have free

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We'll

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even go against that decree. So they argue that they don't have any free will. Therefore, but but it's a little deeper than that. I want you to understand that.

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I believe until after you Mohammed. And then as I said,

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we had to have patience in the court of law. And the proof of it is his big musen. And have patience with with. So no, let's take take it back. I just want to know the first part, how can you miss understanding can lead them to believe that they don't have to heed the prohibitions that come in? No, get everybody what you said was correct, that there's this misunderstanding. They don't believe that is true with that there's what they call algebra. And we'll talk about algebra and Sharla. Mohammed did you want to say?

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So for example, since the loss of power has already decreased, who's going to gender or gender, they feel that whether I worship a lot or not, that's not going to change. So then therefore, I don't have to do the commands and prohibitions. It's actually a little deeper than that. And I'll explain in a minute, how based on this, how would they use I want you to I want you to pay attention to something that he said about about cutting. He says, that because he shared he that he Radha, you got to understand this to be terminology. And when I say Sufi terminology, I don't want anybody to misunderstand.

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Sufi is an umbrella term. So there are some that have gone very extreme outside of the fold of Islam, moderate Sufi ism, I can use that term loosely would not agree with how far that some have gone, just so that we clear on it, and we can have another class about Sufism later, inshallah.

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But the point here is that this was from the added two songs at that particular time.

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shaden iraida means that the greatest thing to them was the will of Allah.

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Everything that happens, whether it is obedience or disobedience, or there's a really notice will be that it all comes under the will of a law, that the will of a law is so encompassing, that once you realize, once you realize the power of a last will, and that everything is because of his will, that you won't reject anything.

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And therefore you don't have to do those other things that the normal people do. Because you've already made it to a level where you are witnessing a lost will. That's that's what they really witnessing the will that that is all encompassing, and therefore killing this part of his will. And that's okay.

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And Xena as part of his will, and that's okay, everything that happens is part of that will and if you can get to the level of knowledge, where your heart is able to accept that that you no longer are under those commands and prohibitions that the people haven't gotten to that level have gotten to, and that's why would they describe the artist who's a real fucky. From the sofa. They say who men Amina beat me. He's the one who has

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acted according to his knowledge, he has implemented his knowledge for Odessa who love what a man in Ghana, so a lot of teachers have that wish he didn't know that as he teaches me, the inner affairs, those things which are apparent to the rest of us poor people who are still praying and fasting and making Hajj. Now, how do they use the story of a hobbit and musen?

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Because, first of all, they say Moosa went to Hadith. And Moosa was a prophet

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and how they didn't obey Him, say 100 didn't obey Him, in fact, how they when he killed somebody is killing from the good things is that from the commands of the last fantana? Absolutely not. But because Hubbard was able to get to the level because COVID wasn't a prophet, according to them. We'll talk about that in a second. Because he made it to the level where he witnessed a loss will and therefore he's never he didn't have to follow Moosa. He didn't have to follow the commands. Clear. How would you refute that? Pretty simple, was covered from Benny a sloppy lead.

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He wasn't somebody assigned. That's why we're Moosa came to him. He said, who said Benny is sloppy. And Musa was sent to Who

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taught you how they didn't have to follow him in the first place.

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He wasn't under his

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messenger ship. Second of all, Hubbard was a messenger himself. And he received revelation from Allah Subhana diamond. So those things that he was doing was based on revelation not because he witnessed some grant will, some divine But anyway, we'll go further into the issues of Qatar, Qatar next week in shallow talent. It's because it's all it's in the book. It's in the book, we just have to pull out some of the meanings in Charlottetown. And then we'll finish talking about Ruby and the UI and how it ties together with the belief in Qatar below. Tada. It was all over. So about a kind of Amina Mohammed subhanak along with the shadow line and then so cool codes