Tahir Wyatt – Ubudiyyah – Ep. 05

Tahir Wyatt
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various topics related to the decree of a law, including shaping the same thing, the difference between two realities, and the meaning behind certain terminology. They emphasize the importance of reading the book and following the chain of thought to understand the meaning of the term " acknowledge" in the context of the term " acknowledge". The segment delves into the history of the scree and its meaning in the Muslim community, as well as the importance of accepting and rejecting wrong behavior and avoiding sinful behavior. The speakers stress the need for patient forgiveness and avoiding sinful behavior, and stress the importance of following laws and avoiding sinful behavior.
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So shallow data. We're going to start today we're going to cover these questions made the land safe if you want to read these questions.

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And then we're going to start on page 27. If you have the book so you start opening up the page. As Dr. Todd has said, By the end of tonight's lesson, we should be able to answer the following questions. Is it permissible to attempt to even try to resist the decree of a law allows to create explain your answer

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and that's a long answer there's I want you to take that question like you should you need to talk about that for at least a minute to be able to answer that question properly.

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What did Mr. La slam question Adam Alain sets about? Why does the author mentioned their story in the first place? How the sooner the people have the sooner approach the topic of sin is invalid is okay to use as an excuse for one's sins.

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In Tamia, Rahim Allah mentions for verses for Aya that combines suburb, a suburb, taqwa explain why he's 27 inshallah

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our way through this was similar

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but well other Divine Decree. You know what, don't even read those. Okay, just read this thing. Just read the author stuff.

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I'm not sure that the translator fully grasped the reason why shapeless land brought certain things and that becomes clear and the way he section the book off. Not Not exactly. I don't think that necessarily he was following the logic of shaping the same thing here. So sometimes the subtitles are kind of off. Yeah. Shaykh Abdullah

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may Allah have mercy upon refer to this unexplained? six second nocardia he stopped medical of Parliament, chillin for him on loads, died in 561 after the age of one who's born, maybe 471.

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And he is the one who the 33 year old dude derya.

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They attribute themselves to him.

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Much of what has been attributed to him is not true.

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He has a grade that is worshipped.

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Today as we speak, he's from G land which is a place in Iran permanently.

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Persian and

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and he was in general he was accepted on Zionism is a famous book called The Livonia and

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people love to add in his biography of him in Sierra Leone, a novella mentioned that column Gianelli was a kabu chef, he had, he was considered to be from the great scholars.

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And there are some things that are not acceptable from his statements. But a lot of that has been

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attributed to him falsely, as you said.

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And he explained he explained when it comes to matters,

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thank you check. The rahimullah refer to this and explained that when it comes to matters matters of law, when other Divine Decree and pre ordained or other, many people will not even touch the topic. But a small window has been opened for me on this issue since the author of this book. And I sought to deal with the decree of the law with the help of a law for the sake of a law. The real man is the one who faces up to the decree of a law, not the one who meekly submits and gifts into it.

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So here, it's important when reading any book to know what the pronouns are, and the antecedent. So when you see here's a couple, that may Allah have mercy on him referred to this refer to this, what is this?

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second cousin, what else?

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So, in this one, it's very important to kind of follow the, the chain of thought. This here refers the shape of the same as it is still talking about the two different types of what have tie realities. So he talks about the what we're calling the existential, the existential

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Reality is what exists. And that's real, everything that exists, and then a positive denier, or the religious reality, that is those things that allows fans Allah has commanded. And the fact that there may be things that exists, that allows him to either does not like,

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even though he's the one that brought them into existence, and that was what was just being talked about. So understanding the difference between those two things. That is, that not everything that is in existence. Electronic Data is pleased with this two different realities, there's the reality of what a loss of data has created. And there's the reality of what a loss my data has commanded. And those two may not be they may not be the same, they may not coincide all of the time. So he says they say that the coffee refers to this Danny back and explained that when it comes to matters of alcohol will cover

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many people with not even touch the time.

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But a small window has been open for me. And he was worried because it says him a lot. He says for NASDAQ to up Dell has sought to deal with the decree of a law. So I resisted the decree of Allah mezack to have to delve unhappy, be happy, little happy. So he says that I have resisted the decree of Allah seeking the same says I resisted the decree of unhak and we know what happens. Well, one of the names of a loved paradigm

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been hack seeking assistance with a hack learning hands on and and the teachings of the Shibuya min hack for Allah hands out and that is his, with his class for him and all that I do. Okay, so it says mezack to appdev. And happy bill happy little hack. And then he says that the real man is the one who resists the decree of Allah, not the one who gives in and conforms to the decree of Allah

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by a few a few points, a few points come up.

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The first is that he says to matters of outcome, what color and in general those two terms are synonymous in the law and the other are synonyms, except that many of the scholars say that when they mentioned together and when they mentioned together that

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refers to what has been written. And I will call bar refers to the acts as they happen

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refers to the acts as they happen. But as many of the as many of the scholars have said and including on safavi and others,

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that really, one of them requires the other there is no cover except that is going to happen even if we consider that to be the Cabal there is no cabal, I mean, the things that actually happen except that has been written. So there's no point of arguing over the issue or going into a lot of detail when we talk about the terminology itself.

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Funny, he says the real one man is the one who resists the decree of Allah, not the one who meekly conforms to the decree of Allah.

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Notice that a lot of times when climate is talked about

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in the books, it's referring to a cardinal mccoo and

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that is, those things that have happened that one dislikes. So we can look at it from this perspective. They are things that allows her to add it does not like shine.

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A lot like he says in the Quran will love let you hit boy. A Love is not love, per se.

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Allah does not love that a person leave off the salon.

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Correct. Does that happen? Yes. Okay. If we see somebody not praying, they should be praying. What should we do?

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We should advise them we should tell them to pray. So what just happened?

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you're resisting the cutter. Right, which is that person I frame with the cutter

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by telling them to pray and allies with Joe made that

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The reality for you, we'll get back to that. Okay? Allah subhanaw taala does not like sins a person sins.

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That's that was the problem. How do you resist that kind of

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by making the Toba by repenting to a loss of habitat? So last fantatic these are there things that happen that a lot doesn't like, you resist them

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you to Nazir at home. And what way by by doing what Allah subhanaw taala does love. Let's let's look at let's look at physical realities, it makes sense that a lot of Decree for people to get hungry? Yes. Do you just sit there and say, well, that's what a lot?

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What do you resist that by doing what

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you resist the decree of thirst by drinking drink by drinking.

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So the real man is not the man who just sits up there and gives up when something happens that is this slight weather that is disliked by last pantile in terms of the shitty and we understand that this this line, or whatever it is, by way of calamities when a person and calamities or difficulties that come to a person in life are two types. There are difficulties about what you can do something, and you can do something about that. And there are calamities that befall that you have no control over.

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And I think it was Sam will mention in a bit in a way of I assume that with those things that he had no control over is that we submit, that's where you can form. That's when you accept it. This is what it allows pandadoc has decreed me or this particular situation, and you accept them. So a relative dies.

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What do you want to bring them back?

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There's nothing you can do about them. That's what you have to exercise patience. That's what you can form. Okay, but there are difficulties that come to a person, right? Where you do well, you can do something about it.

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You lost a job, and you need money. And you just want to sit up there and

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wait for something to fall out the sky, are you going to try your best you accept that you lost your job, because you have no control over that. Anyway, that part you would set but you resist that decree by going out and doing and taking the means that a lot of mankind has made permissible for you to find gainful employment.

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So, these are these are this is what is meant by resisting the decree with the decree of the last kind of time. And is the the story that many of them narrate and is a lot of the authenticity of it. But the young man who, who

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who had stolen something and was brought before the alarm siren No, who was the hack him at the time? I mean, he was, you know what I mean? And he was like, Look, come you don't want me I only stole that was the cover of a lot. So we don't touch your hand off by the color of Allah. So is the resistance resisting the conflict with a candidate's authentic story we talked about

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understanding resisting the other

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which we call Syria. And when shame is the is greatest Syria, right. So it is

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my call

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that Syria, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, all of that specific condition. And when he reached the side of the commanders of the Muslim model is is

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basically where the book is now in North northern Saudi Arabia. So he has had actually reached the border yet. Shannon's

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Abu Zubaydah.

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Reading Allahu anhu and his companions on whom I met him, and told him that his told Omar that a plague had broken out and Sham call from me the elders of Croatia emigrated.

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The Mahajan, I called them and they gave a unanimous opinion saying we advise you. Yeah, I mean, we advise you that you should return with the people and do not take them to that place of plague. So Omar, I made the announcement. I will write back to Medina in the morning, so you should do the same. I will obey the law.

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Center. Ready? Are you fleeing from a loss decree under federal law, this is a beta of the alongside and who said to Oman

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I'm said with that someone else has said such a thing. Yeah.

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He says that

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I can accept that question if it was coming from other than you, like you, you you are from the keyboard, your *. Basically he he's kind of shocked that this question is coming from Abu Dhabi, right and Abu Zubaydah is one of the 10 promised paradise, right?

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I will obey them. Yes, we are fleeing from a loss decree to us.

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Isla de la Sol. So that's how we the Muslim is not a fatalist in the sense that,

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you know, you just submit to whatever your circumstances are, we believe that Allah Subhana, Allah knows our choices, knows everything that would happen in the creation, and he wrote that down, and then he will did an edit created. But that doesn't mean that we sit back and just wait for things to happen. That's not the way the Muslim it has never been the way that the prophets have told us companions, that was not their their actions don't indicate that at all.

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What the sheikh was describing here is that which Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded, but many people have heard this mistake, they're mistaken on this matter. They may recognize that Divine Decree a contract a call is one of them, or anyone else to be disobedient and commit sins, even to commit Khufu and that is this is happening by the will and decree of a law under his Lord, the rule, Sophie hope.

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So they think that meekly submitting to this and accepting it is the essence is the pure thing of religion and worship.

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You have to understand this. And you'll see this come again, this theme again, some of them believed

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genuinely, that D means to do one, submit to whatever happens.

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So they don't have that concept of what resisting a laws decrees. And they believe that that's B.

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Except whatever, the cousin of a lost paradise, meaning did not talk about the things that are outside your control, which was added some that believe that if something is outside of your control in life, and that you bear that patiently, you said last night, that is the Koreans. But those things, no, they're saying that when they see sins, and this will be they'll use Qatar as an excuse, in fact, believe that to go against that is going to get is your question, the last lordship

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questioning the last lordship

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because of a law didn't want it to happen, it wouldn't happen. And that's true. But they confuse that with the fact that Allah loves it because it happened. And so therefore, you're supposed to stop and accept it.

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Even even though as well as we'll cover it, if they can't keep themselves the people who have this approach. So they may say so they may say something similar to that which mushrikeen the worshipers of more than one God say translation from the Qur'an reads if Allah had wished, which we wouldn't have been given made partners with him, nor would we have any type of taboos done any wrong things. Then the translations

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we feed those whom if a law had so well he would have fed himself then from zakharov if it had been the will of our men, we would not have worshipped anybody else. Okay.

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Go back to page 27. Very quickly.

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It says with the sheath was describing here

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is what a loss of habitat and his messengers in line with some of them have commanded? What is it that the Shaykh is describing? Let's let's just go back and read recap this part, because everything he is saying that this is what a lot His Messenger have come in, what is it that they estimate what is the shape described as the competence

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Okay, that a real man

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resists the color with color. So namely, that you that you have to resist that which is evil and the idea that which is considered evil in this video. If you have

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The power to resist it somehow you have to resist it even before it happens by trying to prevent it from happening, or after it happens by Toba and returning to a lush paradise, or revising those when you've seen the wrong and so forth, okay. So, this is this is the approach.

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Then he goes on to say that there are some people who accept those sins, and they even accept conflict.

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And they say that, that is because if you don't accept it, and you are rejecting the one that has to be, I will have some kind of data when are fully embracing that will be

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the same answers that claim by bringing three verses to show that such statements resemble the way of the mushy key. Because when the diversity King said,

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the mission he brings bring what they also bring as a proof the will of Allah.

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So, they say, What if,

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before that, they said, If Allah had, well, we wouldn't have worship, other than Him, using the will of a loss of data, his cousin, as a proof for copper in using it as a proof to reject Islam, which is ridiculous.

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And then they go on to reject the commands Allah subhanaw taala commands is to feed the poor, right? And the next day

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if I wanted to eat,

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I might want to feed them.

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If a lot of will they will be eating, you see. And so this is this is actually the same argument that is used by the machine key.

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I'm sorry, yeah.

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If they had been truly guided, they would have known that it's up to us to accept the laws decree and to face any calamities, such as poverty, sickness and fear that may befall us that may come to us as a result with patience. Okay. We we those calamities that befall poverty, sickness and fear, we accept them patiently, but also what?

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Also if it's in our ability to do something about them, so so there are many illnesses, that is a known cure for you accept the fact that the illness has come to you bear that patient electronic data test? Did you?

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Okay, you're not going to go out there and complain about a lot in his creation.

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Why did a lot of testing with this? No, there's a cure for that. And you you seek that cure? There's some illnesses however they want

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the cure. There's no known cure for that person fears that patient? Is that patient, poverty, a person Subhana, Allah had all of their wealth taken by somebody that they trusted, and then that person died, and they had no way of getting that money back. What are you supposed to do crowd set the last decree that was the creed, that is what a person bears with patience.

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And if a person has the ability to resist the name resist,

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Allah says, translation means no kind of question can occur, accepted by the leave of a law. And if anyone believes in a law, a law guide says heart woman.

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Yeah, the converse of Han Allah, Allah azza wa jal will guide the hearts of those who have email. If you believe in a loved one a human being, then that's the that's the condition. What happens as a result? Yeah, because Allah will guide his heart at the time of that calamity. What does it mean that he's going to guide his heart for them? It means some of the services. Some of the seller said, This refers to a man who is stricken by some calamity, but he knows that it is from a law so he accepts it and submits it to a law. A law says and submits to, and submits to it. I'm sorry. A law said translation beats no misfortune can happen on earth or in your souls, but it is recorded in

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decree before we bring it into existence that is truly easy for law, that you may not despair over matters that passion by nor exalt over favorites bespoke bestowed upon you. Okay, let's start with that. I was bringing up a very important point. And this is last Addison masala and we'll see what's in front of me. Well, Effie, and fusi calm, so

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He's talking about the calamities that happened on Earth. Most of those you have no control over earthquakes, tornadoes, whatever the situation remains. Okay, man, Solomon, we'll see what's in front of the well, AFI and fusi. Come and knock yourself to you, those Canadians that have it set, except that it has been one

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will probably end up except that it is in a book loss mentality. What he wants us to know, not only does he know it, but he wrote it down.

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So panela, I mean, think about that. Think about that Allah wants us to know that this was supposed to happen.

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This was meant to happen in that tab in cubberley. And before we bring it into existence, that's easy for a lot. For what purpose though,

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so that you can know that when that calamity befalls the caveman.

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So that you don't get overly concerned about those things that didn't come to you.

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When you look at

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major causes of depression.

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One of them is a person who believes they deserve something that did not come to them.

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And they fought for it. And they did things for anything.

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And they get very depressed. But it was a person they wanted to marry, whether it was school, they wanted to get accepted to whether it was a job, they were hoping for it to the end, and then it doesn't come to

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he came at

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a loss. fantana does not want us to despair, and go into depression. over things that didn't come to us. It was not meant for you. And if you get attached to it, then that's where the depression comes in.

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Because you are now attached to something that was not meant for you. It's not going to come to you came back.

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On the same token, the same token, what a tephra hope we met

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so that you don't become exalting over what a lost my title or one in arrogance over what Allah Allah has given

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some people's have had a lot of

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they get a favor from a loss of hands out of there is no mention of allowance.

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is all because of my hard work. It's all because I'm intelligent. It's all because of what I was networking is all because you know.

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But there's no attribution of the network to a lot of time. Well, that's a problem. He may attack in the net, we'll teach you why that is within the I've been given us like courtroom setting, because of what

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his keys were

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to treasure. Right? The keys to his treasure. It took an army to carry the keys, not the trends.

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Again, just to carry the keys.

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I mean, that's not really something we

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I mean, what one small man, you could probably carry how many keys

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a couple 100. probably

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pretty easy. A couple 100 I mean, again, what this man had

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and what did he say

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that this doesn't work.

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You see, this is what this what happens is so many people

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don't attribute that net loss.

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You will also You will also want to strive and you don't get you'll hit the rock bottom.

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hit rock bottom, because you feel like you deserved it and you didn't get it. And so you see happen to people all the time. That's why Muslims, Muslims bounce your loads and never too low has another too high is a balance and it doesn't mean we don't have ebbs and flows for Muslim. inshallah the lows are not the rock bottoms. Right? And the highs never lead to those points where you get arrogant and haughty and feel like you're better than other people because the last hands Allah bless you.

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you, you know and every blessing is also a test. A test cool and tactful. Will you be grateful? Or will you be a Catholic

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and the sense that one

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you are ungrateful you reject

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reject that that is a favor from Allah.

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Allah Holly and Muslim rahima, whom Allah reported that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Adam and Musa, and then he must be engaged at a debate had a small argument bluesoleil Sam said, You are Adam Humala created with his own hand and breathe into you have his own room. He made his angels prostrate, prostrate to you, and taught you the names of all things. So why don't you call yourself enough to be expelled from paradise? Adams. Okay, right. But what's what's his question to

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Why did you get us kicked out of Gen.

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Y, why did you get us kicked out?

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I'm saying a question right.

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Adam said, You are Moosa, whom Allah chose to convey his message and spoke directly with you. Do you not realize Don't you realize? Don't you see that this was decreed for me before I was even created?

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Adam and Eve did not

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So yeah, they forgot they forgot to translate the party. Said right.

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The moose, moose head

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moves. So add on that the better moose, moose Adam won that debate. Man. Let's look back at this. He says why you are Moosa whom Allah chose to convey his message and he spoke directly to you. Did you not see that? That that was written for me? before the creation

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before I was even created?

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Tell me how to end with a debate.

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Also, he used that

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as an excuse

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to resist,

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resist that temptation. He did ask for forgiveness.

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He wasn't using it to make an excuse for

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your earth.

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So he did, okay. He didn't use it as an excuse for the sin.

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He used it to do what he explained it to explain the consequence of this.

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Alright, let's take that step, step by step

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through step by step when we go back to the atoms,

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okay, how many times just by show by show? How many of you have

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gone beyond the speed limit? Don't worry, the cameras facing this way.

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Man, how many of you have ever gone above the speed limit?

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Raise your hand you don't drive.

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That is illegal. Right? You going above the speed limit? I mean, what?

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not. I'm just saying you probably do it at least once a day, right?

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Every time you drive, okay. Okay.

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How many times have you got a ticket for?

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Maximum? Okay, so well, second.

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the speeding, let's look at the speeding is a sin. And it can be depending on how fast you go.

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Look at the speeding as a sin and the ticket as the consequence of this. Right.

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So somebody says to you, somebody says to you, you so you get this ticket? I lost my job.

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If you want to give away some other goodies or some massages that could use your help. You don't need to give that away to the men in blue. All right. So So now, what happens is you get a ticket,

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and I need to I really need to change my ways. I stopped for lunch, make Toba? You start driving differently at six

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Was that a lie? And then you forgot to pay the ticket. And then the bill comes in. And then somebody says, Why did you put us in this predicament? Now we you know, we got to pay this money for the ticket. And

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at this point, you say cut the

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cut the alumni Sapphire, this is the last time that I've been sober. The consequence is that is

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now you're not blameworthy. In this sense, because you're not using COVID as an excuse for the sin. You're talking about the consequence of this, I make it a little clear and clear. And you start to see a challenge.

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You're also Dr. Ashley.

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Also ground managers.

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many lost fans out protect us from as you see a ball come out in the street, and you just figured

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out child was coming right after you.

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slam on your brakes, try to stop the car escapes can't stop it enough time the child has hit. And you know, there's some consequences broken, you know, bombs. Okay.

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you were you were speaking this a little bit.

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Okay, so now, what do we say today?

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You asked for forgiveness from Allah.

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You know, you repent. So last time,

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what happened to that child

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was the color.

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the color will last.

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It was the consequence was the consequence of an action. That is not the normal consequence of that action.

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We can't go shoot somebody in the head and say it's the cut that anytime

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that that's a normal consequence from from that action.

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The fact that you were speeding down the street is not a normal consequence, that a child gets the bones broken. You know why? Because you've spent a lot of times in your life. And for most people, it never results in anything like that. And the same man, you could be doing the same thing. You'd be doing the same thing driving down the street.

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And at the speed limit, in sneeze,

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and that ball comes out and you didn't see

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time you hit the brakes, boom, you hit the channel.

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You're not using the cover as an excuse. In this sense, you are submitting to the fence that there is a consequence, there's a consequence to the action that you did. That is not a normal consequence of that action type. Take it back to Adam and Lucy. I think

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it's two things that were decreed here. It was the creed that Adam was in.

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And it was also the creed that

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expelled from

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Moses didn't ask Adam, why did you eat from the tree? He didn't ask him why he said, because Adam, a Toba from as soon as it comes in the crime. He asked Adam, what? Why'd you get kicked out? Why would we expel from Jenna which is the consequence of the sentence? And that's not a normal consequence we're eating from the tree.

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Like it wasn't that, that Adam was aware, he was aware that he shouldn't have eaten from the tree which is why he repented to it last time.

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And he made adorn that cynefin

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but, but the consequence of that action was was that he was expelled from Genoa and hence, many of them are here. Okay, so mooses question to Adam was about what the sin are about the consequences.

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And Adams response was not about his sin. Because and repented from this last night that I guided him to that guy in the right way. But his response to Moosa was about the consequence and that was written that's what the last pants out of the crease. Okay, and so that was what he was using the color to explain.

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Yeah, and

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did not use the idea of Qatar as an excuse in his discussion with moose and a snare. Or think Adam did not think that a sinner can use this as an excuse for sin. No intelligent Muslim actually, what it says is no Muslim or any intelligent person

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For that matter,

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we say such a thing. It's like you know, you don't go you know,

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hammer, okay, smash somebodies car windows, and then say it was the cutter that the windows broke.

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I mean it is, it is, but you can't use that as an excuse. You know, they say, well, Bella will and Windows would have been like, a lot stronger. And my hammer wasn't broken.

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That doesn't. That doesn't work.

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It's really what's an excuse? If color was a valid excuse for the last parent added another words that whatever he decreed that it's it's an excuse for sin and excuses you from the sin that was committed, then right, it would have been an excuse for you please, for the people to look at Islam and houde Elisa, and for every cat there.

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Neither did moose and a slam mean to blame Adam la slammed for his sin, because Adam repented and a Sam to his Lords upon what the Haida and was forgiven and guided. But he was taking him Moosa was taking Adam to task for the calamity that befell mankind as a result of this error. This is why he asked, why did you cause yourself and us to be expelled from Paradise and Adam and acnm answered, this was the query for me before I was even create. Understand that, because a lot of people don't understand is how the

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British the

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both the deed and its consequences, were decreed by a law, whatever calamity is only busy meaning the sin, right, and its consequences, the result of that certain work.

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Whatever calamities are decreed, should that have to be submitted to again, and those are the calamities that there's no reversal for there's nothing that you don't have control over. This is the calamities that he's talking about as it becomes clear, and obviously, because this means complete, accepted acceptance of the law, as read the Lord is not read,

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heading ahead, but when it comes to sin, the slave should not commit sins. Okay, so here,

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the author is going to start talking about

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the issue of sins. And the reason why he's talking about the issue of sins is, I mean, you can start to see how the cutter is leading into them. So if that is not an excuse, for committing sins, as worshipers of Allah Subhana, who was added, how do we understand the fact that sins occur? And what how do we deal with that as true worshipers of philosophy? Because a sin is what either

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either one, either something that you have done that a law has forbidden, or something that you did not do. The law has obligations, which one is worse?

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As a category, leaving off the obligations as a category, that's worse. So So here, what happens is the worshiper is supposed to do the opposite. The worst part of a loss mentality is and fulfilling those. He's supposed to fulfill the commands of a loss mentality leave all

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this obedience to a lot.

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So how do we understand the concept of sins being that they do happen? Like?

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Yeah, okay, go ahead and rewind it rewind. Okay.

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views and approaches to sin.

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Avoid things altogether. That's the attempt is that we attempt to avoid since

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falling short when they happen and they will happen a person repents to a loss, prohibit others from sinning. So the first two are as it relates to you. By Have you seen others committees in the suit, as opposed to prohibit them to the best of your ability, not just advise, if you can prohibit you should prohibit because in certain situations where a person may be under your authority,

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and you can't prohibit them actually from committing whatever sin they are committed.

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Now, just keep keep reading. But when it comes to sin, but when it comes to sin,

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The slave should not commit sins, does commit sin, then he must repent and seek forgiveness. Therefore, so he repents for all kinds of shortcomings and bears calamities with patients I repenting from all for all kinds of shortcomings, avoiding sins in the first place and then repenting. This comes under the banner of taqwa with this tough woman

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from a linguistic perspective,

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what is what is tougher from a

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from a linguistic perspective, what is it? What is it from

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protect once period and we tie in is is a prevention, right? A protection from something. So, if a person is avoiding sin altogether, yet, toughie, Alou, and he avoids that he's protecting himself from sins or or he repents after having committed them. And that is from tough one kulu. That is that is from the piety that is in the heart. Okay, so that's the one element. Okay. So he, he repents shaker sensors for all kinds of shortcomings. But what he bears the calamities with patients, and oftentimes the calamity is the result of

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the sense.

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Even if a person repents, that's important to understand.

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Just because you repented from a sin, does that mean that the sins don't have consequences?

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Doesn't mean that so a person may sin

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and still have to deal with the consequences of that said, even though last minute data has, has forgiven?

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The lot, I didn't say a lot, forgive them. Still consequences.

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Right? Okay. So it's very important that we understand that. I mean, it's, I mean, we understand that even when it comes to, you know, human relationships, somebody does something wrong. You may have forgiven them, but the consequences of never done business with that person, again, the shady character.

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So these are these consequences, and I'm gonna tell other people to avoid your business, even though I forgave him.

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Right, but there's consequences.

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But he associated with it, so he or she, the same says, Well, he repents for all kinds of shortcomings and bears the calamities with patients, and the translation of the verses.

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So be patient, indeed, the promise of a lot is true. And ask forgiveness for your fault. Summer was done. Right. But if you remain patient and become a McDuffie, what in

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what tentacle Sava temple, not the least harm? Well, they're coming due to you.

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And the last but

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but if you persevere patiently, and become the most akun, the pious, the ones who have just

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the combination suborn tongues, then barely, then indeed, that will be the determining factor in all affairs. Use of said, Indeed, he who fears along with obedience to Him, with obedience to Him, and this patient, then surely below me tukey Well, yes.

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then surely, Allah causes not to be one of the most seen to be lost. So here we have two obligations, someone just avoided the sins altogether,

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to the best of our ability, repent for those sins, and what and subway because sometimes there is going to be a calamity that may result from those sins and sometimes the calamity may not be may not be the result of your your sense, maybe the result of exempt Sins of the rest of the creation. Sometimes there's a calamity that befalls everybody. Right.

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I still got four minutes.

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I'm taking my four minutes.

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This is not a I don't I don't agree that this is a part two, by the way. So just keep going. When it comes to people when it comes to people's sins because first it was a it's about what your sins

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and your obligation is what

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to avoid them or to repentance. Then when it comes to seeing other people sin, we have this approach. Go ahead. When it comes to people since the slave is obliged, it's obligatory on him.

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To enjoy what is good, and forbid that which is evil, as much as he is able to do so. So he should strive. He should strive in jihad against the kuffar and Moon at the theme, and support the Friends of the law, and oppose his enemies loving and hating for the sake of a law, as a law says translation from among Tatiana. Oh, you believe take not my enemies and your friends, as your friends, or protect this offering them your love, even though they have rejected the truth that has come to you, and have On the contrary, driven out the messenger and yourselves from your homes, simply because you believe in the law, your Lord, if you have come out to strive in my way, and to

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seek my good pleasure,

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taking that not as friends, holding secret converse of conversations with, with affection in love and friendship with them. Indeed, I know full well all that you can seal and all that you reveal. And any of you any any of you that does this has strayed from the straight path. If they were to get the better of you, they would behave to you as enemies, and stretch forth their hands and twist their tongues against you for evil. And they desire that you should reject the truth of no profit to you will be your relatives and children on the Day of Judgment, He will judge between you for a loss as well all that you do. There is, however, for you an excellent example Ibrahim, and those with

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him, when they said to their people, we are clear a view and whatever you worship besides the law, we have rejected you and therefore has arisen between us and you enmity and hatred forever. That is unless you believe in the law. And in the law alone.

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You're in the end of the

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majority that rather says you will not find any people who believe in the law and the last day loving those who resist Allah and His Messenger not sure resistance, the best way to talk about what had been said You can call me You mean on every line when you were doing them and had de la?

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this is this is like, open those who have that? Yeah. Yeah, they show enmity in opposition to Allah. And it's but not not just any non Muslim by the way. These are ones that are active, you know, because people misunderstand this. And that you won't find the people who love

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you won't find the people love and love is loving those who actively oppose so you know, somebody might accept this lamp. And then, you know, they the mind is not Muslim, any like, you know, I love my mind.

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ever again, obligation in fact, to love your mother and less and less, she is one who was actively fighting, you know, against the Muslim

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even though or if they were their fathers or their brothers were the Kindred for Sachi as written faith in their hearts and strength in the spirit from himself. So though those two eyes those two as it is seven more that follow, but but these two are directly dealing with the fact that I'm supposed to sit back and watch evil happen.

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So you resist that color with the color

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you resist the evil that has happened by seeking the last hands out as a to change that evil to the best of your ability. Okay, so that's what these two eyes are dealing with. The next seven is deal with the fact that Allah subhana wa tada distinguishes between the people who follow his way and the people who don't follow as well. I'll just read some of it quickly, he says, shall we treat a loss of meaning? Can we make the Muslims like the majority mean the criminals shouldn't be equate between the two. And a lot somehow to add it goes on, you can go down to the last I

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on page 34. Were last fantasise last name was having gender identity human factors do not equal are the dwellers in the fire and the blows of paradise. It is the daughters of Paradise that will be successful. So it looks fantastic and all of the other five that we skipped, because the whole point is is to show that Allah Subhana Allah distinguishes between the people agenda and the people who have he distinguishes between the people who follow his way and the people who don't need distinguishes between those who submit well

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lead to His laws, the Muslims, right and those who do not. And then he goes on to say, thus does a lot on the bottom of page 34. Thus, there's a lot of distinguish between the people of the truth, and the people of falsehood between the obedient and the disobedient between the righteous and the sinful between those who are guided and those who have gone astray through those who speak the truth. And those who live with those who only recognize the hacker komiya. existential reality, they say whatever exists, and they get the religious reality, they will see all kinds of things equal, where love stands out is clearly differentiated between them. And so this is what we have here.

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Basically, on display, is, as soon as you can see on this side, and they avoid the concept of sin all together, that's, that's what's requested that we don't go close to center we try to avoid for those who are of the Jeopardy here.

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And as Jeff it means compulsion. So they're the people who believe that what Allah Subhana Allah has

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forced us to do whatever it is that we do. And even if somebody doesn't say that, if you say that, you ask somebody, I mean, you know, a person uses that as an excuse for their sins. That is saying that's because that's what the Lord wanted me to do.

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I don't have any control over a lot what it means to do that. So be is that they are called,

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as you can see here, and to know me, Auntie means what? against a Dominus law

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against the law. Now, this traditionally, was used to describe certain sects of Christianity. But the academicians, both Muslim and non Muslim use this to talk about some of the early

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sects in Islam. And whether they are Jeopardy, as Holly said, like, pure Jeopardy, or they talk about the antinomian. Sufism that existed from the seventh century on.

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The point here is what what does it mean when you say against the law, against the law?

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We'll be talking about the shittier, the Christian, the Christian *, use it to talk about those who did not believe they have to follow the law of Moses, but the law of Moses, because that was what was understood from the pistols of Paul, who basically wanted to spread Christianity amongst non Jews.

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He says, message wasn't for the world.

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Messenger, he said. So that was sent out for who, for various reasons.

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And that's the way his disciples understood. Paul was not a disciple of Christ, Paul came after the fact. And so Paul wanted to spread that message amongst the non Jews, the non Jews was like this, we are not getting circumcised, keep

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following it, that this was this was one of the main things. So Paul says, No, we relaxed that. The non Jews, you can follow the message of Christ and you don't have to get circumcised until he until he basically abolish the entire rule, the laws of Muslim

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they came along certain Christian *. And they said that it's sufficient not to follow the law.

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Sufficient is that you get the grace of Christ that's sufficient for salvation.

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Other said, No, you follow the law, because the law will lead you to the grace and once you get the grace, that you no longer lead neither the law hold on timeout.

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The same thing, because mysticism as a whole has followed it has gone into every religion and follow the same path. So just use different words. So the same thing, we use the Sharia

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to do what to get to the haqiqa by way of a 30. But once you get to the athlete and then you no longer need them.

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So is that it's the same process but the point is, point here. antinomian. They they say

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no to law.

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Miss Stephanie

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Eliza Tiana shittier. In other words, they obey the law.

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Meanwhile, whatever happens happens by what? by laws, Elijah. And we talked about that last week

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at Robin Sharma, whatever has happened has happened by laws will, therefore when they sin, and when they see sin, and they leave it, they are obeying the will, and the will of Allah.

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Even though that is against them, surely,

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they also use COVID as an excuse for sins in general. And they equate, as you can see, between those who lost pantalla has the statement. But there's more that needs to be said about that. And shallow Tana will cover that next week be in the lab, because that's the next phase. And then what's going to happen is that you'll start to see the book, turn back to after the same breaks all of this, Dan, because he wants us to see, this is why you have to follow the Sharia. And then he's going to show you how the Sharia talks to your heart, not just the external actions, but how the API will talk to you internally that box and that you will hear a lot of the deviant * talk about you will see how

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Islam itself with no

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you know, mystical path, the Quran as soon as so talk to the inside, talk to your heart and make you become a better version of a particular patient that we beat up to. Yes, if you get a chance. So what's going to happen is we're going to skip some obviously page 61 is where we get to talking about

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email. Okay, and that's when those emails come in into where it starts talking to the heart. That's but right now we've made it to page 35. Correct. So what we're probably going to do is next week, a lot of what a lot of what's between 35 and 61, or 25 pages or so a lot of what's between a is based off of what already came in is just kind of expanding. So what I'm going to try to do next week is summarize those 25 pages. All right, and then we weeks 789 and 10 strictly for what comes on page 61 on in this kind of go in depth on those issues with the heartbeat.

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Well, I also love some of the water coming Amina Mohammed but before you go answer these questions,

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it's just a recap. Just to recap. So number one, is it permissible to attempt to resist a laws the tree? Explain your answer.

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Don't just say yes. Because of the laws decree is irreversible, then it's not okay to try to resist.

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Okay, so what we're going to say in here is a loss decree, you can break it down into two different categories, those things which we can do something about. And there are other things which we have no control over, those things that we can do something about, may be disliked by a loss, and it's either shut down, or we may dislike something that has happened, even though it may not be necessary, like your hunger may not be something that is disliked Shaddai right, legislatively. So that's how you need to break this thing down and have some categories here. So the things you have control over that you don't have any control over things that you have no control over, you have to

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accept them from time to time, better than patiently to the best of your ability as the last man's out of his aid, you know, and helping you bear those decrees like the fact that it is

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in the Emerald moment. hula hula hoops.

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Fair to believe is amazing.

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Everything that happens to the believer is good. Well he said that he can elect liberal movement that is only for the believer. Nobody else will get that nobody else will feel that if you're with a believer feels so bad to someone checker of accounts. I don't like it good constant prosperity comes in nice thanks to Allah for that. And that thanks has different manifestations he's thankful to live with him and that's a benefit

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in a sovereign Obama Samoa Kamala is difficult difficulty comes them calamity befalls him some that he is ancient and that is and that is better friends, right. So when we talk about resisting the laws decrees

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It's two different things, things you have control over things you don't have control over things you do have control over you resist this decree with his decree seeking is at or doing it solely for his pleasure. Now, what was the question Adam about?

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getting kicked out of paradise? So the question I asked him about the sin or the consequences,

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question about the consequences of his sin. Why does the author mentioned their story

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to show

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to show that they had consequences for what you do keep going on. But he mentioned this specifically for a reason which was to show that Qatar cannot be used as a as an excuse for sin, but it can be used to explain consequences of the sin. How do I approach the topic of sin, they avoid sins altogether to the best of their ability they repent from them and if they see others sinning or if they have an elegant model, and it will cut is about to use the cheat code as an excuse when one says absolutely not irritate me I mentioned four eyes that combined with some of the tougher explain why

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how do they go together?

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They have a good phone.

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So, so avoiding avoiding the wrong things, avoiding disobedience to loss mentality that is tough.

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But sometimes

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there's going to be you will do things and there will be consequences as a result that you have been aware of those consequences patiently. And the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said it tequila hate Americans have suffered a lot no matter where you are. And then what what x B is say he has no

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right? Follow up a bad deed. With a good deed it will, it will erase it so have tougher but what you're going to fall short is the nature of the children of Adam. So follow up that that lack of tough luck, which is which is the baggie with a with a

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lot on salatu salam work and then we are having some panic alone and how to get settled over.

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