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Chateau de la to La sharika, Sharona Mohammedan, Idaho Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, aseema de La Nina, yo, Medina, my bad. Today we're going to kind of move like lightning. So you gotta have to be engaged. Pay attention. I don't know if the coffee is going in a bank, but if you need that, you have to do it because we're gonna move pretty quickly. And I'll just give you a preview of what it's going to look like. So

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first, we're going to summarize pages 35 to 46.

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That's going to be one chunk.

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So

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as we're

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okay,

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so we're going to start on page 36 is not going to look like this, this is pages 36 through 35 through 46.

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Once we move on, everything is going to be up here. So you won't even need your books afterward. inshallah after we get past this slide in the nighttime, but you do need this type of problem, page 36, where it says striving,

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striving. One aspect of worshiping and obeying Him is to enjoy that which is good and to prevent that

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as much as one can and to strive in HTN for his sake, against Cooper and hypocrisy. So the belief is strive to establish this deem seeking itself and does wiping out what ever said he, whatever evil deeds may have been for ordained and detalii whatever consequences may be fear, okay, so here schakel Assam Rahim, Allah Tana is saying that the way of the believers is to enjoin the good and forbid what is evil? Why is he talking about enjoying the good and forbidding evil?

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What's what why is the significant here that the believers enjoying the good and forbid the evil?

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They because they don't do what now?

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attribute Why?

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Who doesn't the believers?

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believers do attribute their actions to themselves.

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They don't use the cutter as an excuse to leave things status quo, if you see an evil and a person was to say, Well, look, that's what's that that's just the color colors, that's the that's the color, they're not going to do it. They're not going to strive against what is evil because they're just saying that that's what it's supposed to be. That's how long the created to be so they don't strive against it. So here, we shakable Sam is teaching us is that the way of the believers is to what commanded good and forbid that which is evil, they also strive against covenant hypocrisy and so forth. They they strive to establish the deen seeking a laws help to do what to wipe out

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whatever, even if they have committed sins, if they have siet that they do what they seek a lot of loss of habitat is aid and doing what?

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wiping out the effects of those say yet and how do we wipe out the effects of what a person has done through Toba through Toba man.

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And now he's going to give us an example. As we and we kind of alluded to this, prior to now, just as a man may cancel out, his present hunger and word of future hunger by eating or protecting stop right there a man does what he resists his present hunger, right and what and hunger that he expects to happen to him in the future. So normally when you eat, do you eat just enough that you're not hungry, right that second or you eat so that they last for a while? Right? So normally a person is doing what they're they're pushing away there is the color of hunger and what they expect of hunger in the future with eating now, right? or protect himself from cold in winter by wearing the proper

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clothing or seek to protect himself.

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from anything he dislikes, the people ask for profit and the Select was what do you think of the medicines presentations and the questions we used against sickness? Will they change the color of the decree of the law at all? He said they are part of the decree of the law. In another honey he said, Do I supplication and, and decreed calamities meet and wrestle between heaven and earth? This both of those, Heidi

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are they but both of them have some weakness, but the general meaning is correct and is established through other IDs.

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And hence, we have the question here does do I change? Does do I change the cutter? And I think no one wants to answer that question.

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Anybody want to answer that question? Do I change the cutter?

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Yes, changes cutter. Okay, what does that mean that it changes cutter

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tie.

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Now,

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something might be written for you, but if you ask a lot of law changes.

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Do I is self as part of Canada. Okay. And, and so how do we? How do we understand that? Because they are resisting the cutter with the cutter. Yeah, what's happening here, when those are headed through the process of aligning with some of the talks about

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that it pushes away other advice from Qatar and a person doesn't make do I accept that Allah Subhana Allah did what he knew he was gonna make that dry he wrote it down he will for and he created it. So as part of his part of the Qatar is part of the decree it's part of what allows Panama to ordain itself. And what is written in a low Hill my food does not change, that does not change. So what does it mean that do I repels cutter?

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Similar? Let's let's take a step back. And hopefully we understand this. If we say if we said eating repels hunger, Would anybody like think that there was something strange?

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Eating repels hunger? No, why? Because these are physical realities that we can that we have experience with. Similarly, similarly do

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what it resists or repels the evil of the cutter.

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So something your father Yani something, had you not made that something bad may have happened, but Allah subhanaw taala decreed for you to make that and so that bad thing did not happen the same way it was decreed that you eat and so you're no longer hungry. Okay? But many times the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, highlights those things, which do not have, let's say, are not based on a person's experience, if you will. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, for example,

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says that, from the causes of one's life span being increased, and from their risk, increasing their sustenance and their wealth as well.

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silica rahem

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Okay, that they join those ties with their family. That's not the first thing you think about when you think about how to increase your wealth, or how to make your life longer. And if you go to any doctor on the planet, that's not Muslim. And you say, Listen, I want to live longer. Wish I did diet exercise, do this, right? Nobody's gonna tell you to keep good ties with with your family. So the process I sell them brings our attention to these things that may not be that may not come to your mind right away.

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Anytime a do, pushes away something as evil or prevent something that that is evil. That's an example of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam statement.

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Now skip to the part where it says they are the most inconsistent okay?

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Now, it'll be it'll become clear 37 they are the most inconsistent.

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They are among the most inconsistent people on earth. Indeed, everyone who uses either as an excuse is inconsistent, because if he does something wrong, he blames it on others, but he cannot accept what is done to him, but others if a wrongdoer presses him or others and spreads corruption on earth and sheds people's blood, and does adultery and fornication makes adultery infantile.

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loss for himself, and destroys crops and cattle, and does other kinds of harm which people cannot endure, then he must resist this type of cutter, and punish the oppressive wrongdoer by putting a stop to the aggression committed by him and others like him. So it may be said to him, if there's an excuse, everyone do whatever he wants to do. Well, he wants to you let him do what he wants to you let him smack you around law, because cutters and excuse right and to others, cutter is not an excuse, then your arguments, then your argument that is an excuse has no basis, right. In other words, if you don't accept people doing whatever they want to do to you, and you don't accept an

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oppressive ruler over, you don't accept these things. Then if you say that cut it is not an excuse to these things they get them the basis of your argument is, is few times and has no basis, right. These people who use the idea of cosmic reality as an excuse for not following the laws of the law, do not even adhere consistently to this argument. They just follow their own ideas and wins. And so so what we've talked about on several occasions about people who witness if they, as they say, they bear witness to a laws, decree and his will and so forth.

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What he's clarifying here is that they are not really consistent in that argument. They don't use it across the board. They only use it when, when it's convenient, as some of the scholars said to them, when it comes to a bank or law, you are a country that is used either as an excuse not to obey Him. When it comes to send you a job, it is just a job. Not and not jeopardy. That is you say that it was decreed and you cannot help it. Whatever school of thought happens to agree with the whim of the moment is the one that you follow. Okay, so here.

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I don't according to the way that I learned this from from my teachers, this is not the correct translation. So I'm going to explain what it means inshallah says some of the scholars said to them, when it comes to obeying Allah, entering the authority kateri when it comes to obedience to a law, you are a cardetti.

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Now, what do we say about the Kataria when it comes to the will of Allah

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La la de Kataria say that Allah doesn't will evil, Allah doesn't will evil okay. So therefore, who creates evil?

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You do? The person does. You understand? So they say that what? Allah doesn't work evil, and we do have our own world and we bring about the evil into existence, we are the creators of that evil, this is what they say. So here, when it comes to obeying the law, you are a commodity. Meaning, you say, I am the one you take credit for your obedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala when it comes to obedience, you know, there is no Alhamdulillah that you are a true and righteous servant of Allah subhanaw taala is because you are

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you are you understand, they attribute everything that is good to themselves. Well enter in the Massey at jeopardy. But when it comes to the disobedience of Allah Subhana Allah, you say I have a choice, Jeopardy as well. algebra, what do we say that men forced and compelled? So they say that what Allah is the one that forced me to do? My actions? I'm not, I'm compelled. So when it comes to doing things that are good, they take all the credit, because if something bad, they say no, because the law made me do it. You understand? So that's, that's what that means and 10 the potty carry on when the Massey

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D.

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Alright, skip to page 49 to the bottom of the page where it says the machete Coons rejection, this part is very, very important. I hope that you pay attention to this now, there is no doubt that the martial keys rejection of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam revolved around two issues, their innovations that contradict the laws of the law, and the use of other as an excuse to go against the commands of the law. Again, there is no doubt that the mushroom kings rejection of the prophets of the love were either he was seven revolved around two issues. So there's two two reasons, two main things that happened that caused the mushrikeen to reject the Dow

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of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was

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first thing,

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innovations that contradicted the laws of law.

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And their use of Qatar as an excuse to go against the commands of the law. He then albida is number one. And the second thing is a lefty Janesville cutter that is using cutter as an excuse to do whatever they want to do and to not follow the commands of Alonso. Tada.

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Yeah, the type of people we have described above have their counterparts among Mr. King, Danny, the type of people who have described above, he's talking about those people who do not worship Allah Subhana Allah the way that he prescribed for himself to be worshipped. Okay, those people, those people have their counterparts among the mushrikeen. That is, they resemble the mushrikeen in some ways,

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because either they introduce innovations, or they use either as an excuse, or they do both at once, as law said, Dan is some combination of the two that is both innovating and using color as an excuse. As a lot of said about the machine translation beads, when they do anything that is shameful. They say we found our father's doing so and the law commanded us that we found our fathers doing so.

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Well law Who am on their behalf, and Allah commanded us to do this. He commanded us to do this. But which part is that? Is that better? Or is that using Qatar as an excuse?

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Better? Why? Yeah, how's it better? Because they're going start something that a lot of hetalia did not command them to do. And they're a stair what saying that Allah? This is a law legislated this. A law legislated this if a law legislated something but you really do if they claimed that a law legislated something, but he really did it, and they do it, then that's an innovation because they're ascribing it to the religion and it's not from the D.

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Se, ne Allah never commands whether sinful in the law lab mobile fashion, do you say up a law that what you know not those who get make partners with the law will say, if as I wish we should we should not get in Pakistan, we wouldn't have given any partners to low sha Allah, Masha.

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If Allah had willed, then we would not have done what we wouldn't have committed.

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nor should we have had any taboos, right. And also mentioned the innovations which the mushrikeen had introduced, such as allowing things that hadn't been prohibited, and were still alive in ways that he had not prescribed right, such as what so this is, these are innovations to allow things that a law has prohibited this is this is making your own legislation and then ascribing it to a loss of data, or worshiping the law in ways that he had not prescribed. And I'm gonna let you read that on your own and shallow Tada, because that part is important, but I just want you to catch those two things. If this was the way of the early reject is of the prophets, and our Prophet

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Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam was that they were in between those two things. Time go to page 43.

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Yeah, that's gonna be the last part that we take here. The main reason why people go astray. Why are people misguided? No. title page 43. The main reason why anyone is misguided is because he or she gives precedence to his own opinion over the guidance from a law and he prefers to follow his own whims rather than the commands a person's taste and emotions depend on his likes and desires. Okay, let's not stop there. Stop there. So

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this print this is actually a major principle. And

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how many of you are following along with shake hands class?

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Okay, good. And you're studying with what book was a honey

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khoy alkaline,

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which is what?

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those principles that are related to the Tafseer of the Quran written by

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a city Okay, said he has another book that

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somebody needs to translate into English, but it's gonna have to, it's gonna take some time, because there's 1000 what he did is called a trickle. Trickle masuka

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The path that leads to the alignment machmood the knowledge that one wishes for.

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That's a terrible translation

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path that leads to the knowledge that one wishes for. What he did was he took the books of Eben archaea and sacred simultaneous, any extracted from them 1000 principles. So, so when you hear anyone talking about that to me anyway, so he did the same idea. This book that we read was one of the books that he extracted principles from and the first principle that he took from everything we just read, starts right here with us do the Lally men Bandha, who are beat up Dini Theosophy Allah gnessin munez eliminate della

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cerca de Tibetan Hawa, teaberry amarilla. That's the first principle that he mentions of the maybe 15 or so principles that he takes from this book.

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But here it says

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so us Lu Bala demon Jani, the foundation of deviance.

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One who has gone astray. It is because he put his PS over the text that was revealed by loss of habitat, he put his ankle over the revelation. He put his

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his PS over revelation.

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That is the foundation for everyone who has gone astray.

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What I know, they're not going to say it like this, but this is the bottom line, I know better than Allah.

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That's, that's the meaning of what I put my idea over what is clearly revealed.

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And you can go across the board, all of the new wave reinterpretation of Islamic texts and all that it's not a reinterpretation. It's, I have a Whoa, and I'm going to find an AI that makes it makes it right.

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There's no real even attempt to make it look right.

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So, this is why a person has to be very, very careful when it comes to

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interpreting text any old kind of way

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is the way I feel and this is what it should mean. Even though the is very clear and what it means anyway, this is the reason why people go straight and because they prefer to follow their own whims. In Tibetan however, it berry Abdullah over the commands have a lot.

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So this is this is extremely important to note nine keep going. The people of faith have their own tastes and emotions at the profit.

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Say it gets interesting here because it's all about taste any any emotions, that's not really what it says in Arabic. And Chico has entertained me about him a lot here as again dealing with with the terminology that had become prevalent amongst the two souls at his time, which was a well watched and what that means and, and so he wanted to go and explain what that means from a genre standpoint. We're going to keep it moving in shallow data, and we're going to return to page 47. And then really, you won't need the book after this. Okay, I'm done with the book.

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I'll follow along in the area. So okay, for the read, which you see on

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the two foundations of a bad debt. Yeah, I just need to find a second.

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Okay, smaller

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foundations of a bad bad worship. By the way, this is taken straight from the book, not necessarily the exact translation but very close to the translation that's already offered there. And you can see at the top on the right hand side it tells you what pages is coming from. So right now, for the next three slides we're gonna be covering pages 4748 being the lights are now a beggar worship obedience at stake fastness is the father adhering to the straight path and other such terms all point to one mean and are based on two foundation. Okay, so understand that we have a bed that we have a tie, we have an st karma Luma Simonton, Mr. T team, these terms all point to one meaning, and

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it is important to recognize they don't exist, they're not exactly synonymous.

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Not exactly, but they all point to one meaning in each one of these terms is based on two foundations. Okay? The first of them that only a law is worshipped type that's number one. So when we talk about a beggar, or we talk about a par, the first foundation is what? That allies are jealous worshipped alone. Nobody else is worshipped along with him. Subhana, who was the second thing that he is worshipped only as he is commanded and prescribed? That is, he should not be worshipped according to when desires are big. This is the foundation of your deen is the foundation of your D. This is the foundation of Islam. This is in fact, what and how do we know this is the

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foundation of Islam? How do you come into Islam in the first place? A shed play? Isn't this the shadow team right here? Number one is what? La ilaha illAllah. Which means one that only

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only alive six, eight, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, that only Allah subhana wa tada deserves to be worshipped La ilaha illAllah. The second thing is that what

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Mohammed is the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam How are you? And he came to teach this oma, how to worship Allah. That was his mission.

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Inform the people that what let you lay the law and then show them how to worship Allah. When a person comes and they worship Allah, Allah came home. Yeah, and he just any old kind of way.

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Then what? Then what was the whole point of Mohammed Suleiman Salaam coming? For? What if everybody could just do it the way they want to do it?

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any old kind of way, even if they think is good, even if they want to sing and dance and go into trance and whatever else, and they think that that's good.

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Did the prophet SAW someone do that? No. Was there any even any indication that we should do that? No. And therefore, that is a clear, though the people who do it, they're not looking at you do? Or he know. And he just didn't tell us about it.

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He knew but he just kept on. And what are the excuse Do we have out there?

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The process of the companions, they gathered around for his birthday blow out candles

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got together and did it all night and print for his birthday? So I said no.

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You know, whatever. hanifa Rahim Allah tada said about the birth data privacy center.

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Nobody said,

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huh, absolutely nothing.

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No, no. I said about the birth data privacy center?

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Absolutely not. There you go. The youngest one in the crowd.

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Because they didn't celebrate the birthday of the Prophet it is selected.

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And then people come 600 years later,

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and they want to imitate another people. And so they start the power system? If so, so birthdays being celebrated, then what? He has more of a right, we love him more. And so therefore we're going to do this as a show of our love for the privacy center. thank the people who love the privacy, son of more, didn't do that. He didn't do that. And so you become like the men who came to the house of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Sadat. And they asked the wife of the Prophet, a son of a son of the law of China, and how about the worship of the prophesy Sunnah.

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And it was as if they saw it not to be a whole lot

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can call and it was what it was.

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Like, and they were, oh, well, he's the Prophet. So we need to do more. So I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna pray all night and never sleep, I'm gonna fast every single day and never have a day where I don't fast. And the third one was, well, that is nice. I'm not gonna marry, I'm not gonna get married.

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The Prophet says, someone said well, for at least 70 he who does not comply with my son that even though they thought this was good thing, and

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I am the one who has the one the most awkward, it wasn't, he wasn't boasting, he was trying to let people know that you're not going to do more than I do. You're not going to do it a different way and get closer to Allah. I am the one who has the most taqwa of Allah. So if you want to be the one who, like the one who has the most of love and follow the messenger slice of don't make up your own thing.

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And then what happens is, our Prophet sallallahu wasallam informed us that this woman's going to split into sex, even more so than the Christians and the Jews.

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Why do people split into sex because they make a new port part of the DEA, they innovate. And then they do what they gather around it innovation. They build alliances based on that and on that innovation and they cut other people off due to that innovation, and so it becomes a set.

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So the promised land settlement form this about bid on this oma, any word is from it deeply because he didn't want us to break up into sex. Previously, Selim wanted us to remain as brothers. And the only way to do that is to stick tenaciously to his Sunnah. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Whoever submits himself to a translation of

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a law says whoever hopes whoever hopes for the meeting with his Lord, let him do righteous work, and associate none as partner in the worship of his Lord.

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But whoever submits himself to a law and is a good door, a door a good Muslim, will get his reward with his Lord and such shall be no fear, nor shall they agree. Right. So here, you see that Allah subhana wa tada is mentioning, these two foundations and several if I only mentioned to here single sandwiches a few more. A law says that whoever hopes for the meeting with his lawyers handler

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notice, and sometimes they translate as whoever expects for the meeting with his lawyer. But there's a hikma mechanic, young Julie car, not be any better believer actually hopes to meet a lot.

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So her in

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her car.

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When I lost my job, it talks about those who take their books in the right hand amendment to keekaboo via MIDI for your kulula how omokoroa ottavia in Nirvana into any molek. And he sabya. That one is that he was what expecting his his app. So he prepared for that he sabbia he was everybody to read his book, because he prepared for that. And so a believer actually hopes for the meeting with his Lord. So Hannah Horton. And, and not to give a because the examples of the dunya don't don't do it justice. But if you think about it, I know some of you brothers were recent graduates, and spent time if you spend time studying for a test, right?

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You tend to spend a lot of time studying for that test. And you go in and you take the test, you know, for a fact that you aced it.

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You can't work you can't wait for the grades to come out. I can't wait for the grade to come. You already know what you got. Now, obviously, we don't know. Yeah, we don't deserve any anything from a loss. Right? We don't know what is waiting for us. But we do hope. We do hope for that. And the person who does good and they and they put put in that work and they strive to please Allah subhanaw taala they hope for the meeting with the Lord's help Tada. More than that person hopes for that grade to come up. Because they know that their grade isn't there, they got a good grade. So even though it didn't come down yet they know and they and they can't wait. So Subhanallah those who hope

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for that meeting with the Lord and let them do a

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lot of work righteousness. Yeah, Milan, Milan. solly Han and we're going to talk about what that means. What does it mean to do and I'm in a solid and what and don't associate none as a partner. So associated with that as a partner is the first foundation and working righteous works is the second foundation here, right whoever submits himself to Allah and he, the only Allah is worshipped and is a good doctor, he is a nursing which is the second thing he will get his reward with his Lord. Now foundation right is the

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rewrite this foundation.

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So this is actually the second foundation but she goes and talks about the first so as I mentioned the first and that is that the action itself. The act of worship is legislated by last minute Allah that is one of the foundations. Now righteous deeds

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means excellence which refers to doing good deeds. I say that good deeds out hassle that are those loved by a law and his messengers, some of

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them which are those things that have been commanded both wide and loose. So if we go back to our definition, everything that Allah subhana wa tada has commanded.

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He also what loves he also loves and he has only commanded things that are good man.

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Excellent. Any innovation in religion that is not found in the egg or in the sun Apex up to sooner is not a part of Islam no matter who is saying it or doing it. A law does not love such innovations, and neither does his messengers and the Prophet Samira was some and every hook button Hagit and every time he starts to speak

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and add

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Mohammed Salah Salah, what was Sha one Modi was the most evil of all of the affairs in this Deen are those what more than those things that are newly invented kulula modesetting VEDA in every bit as one banana, leaves a string and he

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comes here, there's five different ways to prophesy some emphasize this point.

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Not me not even telling me not, you know, the rest of the wahabis letter. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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is not considered to be a righteous deed or a good deed. Just as actions that are not permitted, such as immorality or wrongdoing or oppression cannot be counted as righteous deeds or good deeds. So again, the point here is that one of the foundations is that whatever a person is considered to be worship has to be legislated by Allah subhanho wa Taala. If it is not, then it is not good.

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foundation sincerity and this is actually the first foundation first foundation not a law statement. last statement, a law says the translation which reads and associate none as partner in the worship of his Lord and cat, one verse And whoever submits himself to a law firm to refer to sincerity and devotion to a law alone right. So these two which which we mentioned earlier, these two if they refer to the sincerity and devotion to a last minute alone, that is that a person's worship is solely for lots of hands on and not for anybody else. And

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don't look at this, there's obviously there's major tshirt, which inshallah and the majority Well, let's just say there's major shark and then there's that minor shark that one has to be also aware of because it comes in the same category of a lack of sincerity, of a lack of sincerity. So

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this includes doing things for the dounia doing things to be praised. That should be for a lump sum Hamilton alone

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thought Allahu anhu used to say, Oh Allah make

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you make the whole of my deeds righteous. Make it purely for your face and let anyone else have a share in it.

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Yeah, that was I mean, yes, it's a great it's a great guy and your person

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should take the take the time to memorize it,

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along with john Imani quillow call assadi how watch the watch he can hardly saw when I saw Johnny I had envy she

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said concerning the statement of a law translation which means that he may try which view is best indeed no notice that best here is what is both the upper lower coma eucom

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so no I'm gonna do my best D is that which is most sincere and most correct they asked him

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what does that mean? It was the cornea of full day. So So here

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on this anyone when hearing this I Alfa del Rahim Allah Allah Allah say, best indeed means what? a colossal who was a swivel that which is has the most EClass and that which is the most so up on that which is the most correct. So they said to him, what does that mean? Not a colossal whatsoever? What does that mean? He said, If the deal was sincere, but not correct, it would not be accepted. And if it were to be correct, but not sincere, it would not be accepted. Sincerity means that it is for a law alone and correctness means that it complies with the nut so it does not comply with the sun. It is it is rejected. And even if externally complies with the sort of the privacy some but it's not

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since sincere philosophy that it is rejected so

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that every action has to in order for it

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To be accepted biological data has to have those two conditions. The first edit is solely for his face. So Hannah Montana, and will lie will lie. Don't think that just because we're Muslims, that we're free of Jani insincerity. Well think that just because we say line a lot, and now everything just becomes sincerely for loss.

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And there are subtle things that happen. And there's the profit idea of salatu salam described. The irony of this, oma, he said is it is a fact. And it is more subtle, then the ant crawling on a black stone in the dark at night, and it is, sometimes it creeps, it'll creep in. And this is something that the scholars have talked about forever

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and should continue to talk about forever, because it is the pillar of your actions being accepted. And to the point that some of them had the thing I used to say.

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It used to say, every heartbeat that I narrate needs more than one intention. Why you start off okay, Colossus pure for last pentatonic, he comes in, he started saying had done and we'll set that and then he sees somebody looking while and she memorized all of that. And now he notices that so he feels a little a little pride on the inside. Let me show these cats what I really know. You know, and then he's got to check himself and he's got to get back and then you know, so the one Hadith, this narrate and the one Hadith needs, needs more than one intention is a renewal of intention. In fact, some of the early scholars of Islam said that the one who likes for people to crowd around him

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as much noon said he's crazy. Who is it that can keep a sincere intention when when the people crowd around? So

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just that just just looking at it, the person you would expect the sheriff who you would expect to be the most sincere has to constantly fight their intention you know, check right check himself

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and he

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said to my alleged sufian said the most difficult thing for me to treat was my knee

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in that column Walia because it's always switching on me it's always switch and so a person really has to look at that and make sure that they're doing a sincere for last pentatonic. And then the second part is to make sure that it complies with the teachings of the Prophet is allowed to snap to the best of one's knowledge and ability to the best of one's knowledge and ability now,

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I have

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a crush

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classifying linguistic issues classifying classify

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people.

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Quiet, keep quiet right. Find linguistic issues about a bad

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Here we go.

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Inside a couple other terms, it might be asked if all along lugs is included in

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Why does he mention other commands commands in conjunction with a badger such as in fact here?

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It is You we worship and from you we seek aid, and he's saying to his prophet alayhi salaatu westlab so worship Him and put your trust in him. Okay, what's our What's our issue here? Somebody run it. Somebody explained us what's the problem here?

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What is the problem?

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You forgot?

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Five huh?

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Tai Chi Mustafa here as Abu Mati

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if I said to you if I said to you bring Mustafa Annabelle Maddy

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bring Mustafa. And when you come bring Mr. Phan Abu Mahdi, but that makes sense.

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It makes too much sense because we're talking about what some of the same person

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that can be problematic because if I say and then the thing after and should be different than the thing that's before and

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got me so far. Okay, so let's go back. It might be asked if a lot if all that Allah loves is included in a bed that we set a bed as well. Everything that Allah Subhana Allah loves and is pleased with from what external and internal statements and actions Okay, fine. All of that is included in the bed. Then why does the law have mentioned other commands in conjunction with Danny and

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Kumar to find it, huh?

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with

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certain fattier losses what you

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missed at this time? Is Tiana seeking a loss aid is that something that Allah loves? Absolutely. So why would you say what

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it is You we worship

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and from you we seek a isn't seeking a part of worship.

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I don't want to answer

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I want to understand what the question is why the person has a problem. why somebody might have an issue because they say that's like saying bring Mr. Fred

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I love monster fan.

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So what so why is You we worship me and like when he says what, fat boo boo.

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Ray, worship Him and put your trust in Him isn't turaco part of a better? So are we saying worship and talk? Good? That doesn't make any but it does. But I'm saying the issue is that maybe that doesn't really make any any sense. We have to say what the problem is.

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You

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know what, you'll see that to be a problem.

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It is a problem. It's a shuba It is okay. If I said if I said if I said I'm gonna give $10 to Anwar and Aunt aunt Abu Jaffer.

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Huh, that makes sense. No. Okay. So is the same thing here. This is this is what the problem from the answer is?

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The answer is that this literary style occurs frequently in the Qur'an, a law says translation beads. Verily, salaam prayer prevents blatant sin out of fashion and reprehensible deed Alucard. And as a blatant sin is included in the term reprehensible deeds so so I'll make up which is all reprehensible these all isn't

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a part of a long cup, right? But But what in the solides attend an fascia?

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fascia is part of America? Well as my data matches both of them so the first thing we're gonna do here, before we get to the concept of a bad debt, and it's the ANA and the bad and tawakkol any better and salah and a bad and tough one, the bad Empire and all the other things I mentioned with a bad right, first, we're going to show that this style has been using the Quran with the things that that person would agree with. So that person go, they may not agree that tawakkol is part of a bad diet, for example, they can agree that fat shares part of a monka fire, let's keep going. Similarly, Allah says of his prophets, these were

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and good words are

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used to call us with love and reverence and they're calling on the law with love and reverence was part of their good work. No doubt you're the owner. Yeah. And he did do to us as part of their hierarchy as part of their good works, play and they have several other examples we can keep coming right back a couple of other terms, this

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right turn Okay, cuz we just we just continue other times to this literary style sometimes.

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So now he's going to explain to us why this style is used. So we see that it's not just used for a bad is used across the board and a cry Okay, why is it used? What are the two terms when number one one of the two terms and one of the two terms is considered part of the other. So, they have mentioned in conjunction to draw a particular attention to one of the terms sets there is a need for both the general meaning and the specific meaning at other times, so that example of number one is going to come on the next slide inshallah, okay, which is what, when those two terms are mentioned, in conjunction with one another, one of them enters into the other, but we need to draw particular

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attention to that thing, that specific thing and so as mentioned, it's mentioned in conjunction with the other now at other times, it ties to the meaning indicated by the term varies according to how it is mentioned. When the term is mentioned alone, its meaning is general, but when it is in association with another term, it has a specific meaning, okay, so number two, number two,

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these two terms that are mentioned.

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If they are mentioned together,

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then each one of them has a specific meaning.

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Okay, and what they mentioned in

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dependently and not not with the other term, then the meaning encompasses both terms, I'm sure say honey probably cover that stuff.

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So, he probably has all the good examples and I missed them. But anyway, we can see an example further and example maybe see

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the poor and the scheme, the needy Are you familiar with this term for pF miski the plural of foreperiod is what fukuhara fukada in the plural of miskeen Misaki know, what each is mentioned alone, the meaning of one is included in the other as loss statement, Okay, stop there stop. So 95. So, so alpha t, so that we understand, and miski the difference between the two is a lot that the scholars have said about that, but just so that we have the alpha is one who is destitute, they have less than half of what they need, and less than half of what they need, that person is considered to be fucky. Either they have zero, up to up to a half a person who has at least half of what they

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need, but not, but not all of what they need is considered to be miskeen. Okay, so that's the difference between the two, but when one is mentioned independently of the other, that what, that encompasses the meeting. So if you just said it, and you just go give this to somebody that's poor, even if that person has 75% of what they need, that person is still comes under the category of poor and less poor as mentioned with miski no charity is

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a lost cause are restricted from travel.

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And this same or feeling 10 myths that came to mind, but when they are used in conjunction with each other as is as in his saying, that is the cap is only for the footbaww that Masaki October, they refer to it as a cat until the where it mentions the eight different categories of those who are eligible for the cat. So it starts off with in the masakatsu lymphokine it will Misaki right so so here lucara Emma sakeena mentioned together so it can't mean the same thing. It can mean the same thing. Now they refer to two different kinds of

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data coupled with other terms like 381 but prayer is mentioned specifically because of its special status. So here we're going back to what we're going back to number one which is what one of the two terms is considered to be a part of the other term. So they're mentioned in conjunction to do what to draw particular attention to one of the terms so here's For example, let's look at prayer go ahead but prayer as mentioned is mentioned specifically because of its special status as a last set looser

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verily, I am a wall there is no true deity except me fat boo Danny Hmm So worship me. What up team is salata lyrically and establish the salaat for my remembers alasa one fat booty is a select part of part of a better absolutely right. So worship me further establishing sulla or his remembrance is at the most exalted forms of worshiping a lot which so that which is why prayer here is mentioned specifically because it's to draw specific attention to to prayer. Five Buddha will akima salata directly, not the salaat is not part of a bed. Also his say so worship him a law and put your trust in Him, Van boo, whatever kailali nobody can come set up. They mentioned the conjunction a

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footlocker is not part of a bed, because the thing that what do we say the thing that's after and should be different than the thing that is beforehand.

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Putting one stress tobacco in a law and seeking itself is a form of worshiping alone. However, it wasn't mentioned specifically to draw the worshipers attention to it, but it is the aid by which one performs all other types of a bad indeed a lot cannot be worshipped.

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Alright Allah subhanaw taala is only worshiped, when he helps when worship him. Yeah Can I will do a yakka mistake.

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Yeah, that so that that theme is is is repeated throughout the book which is a talk called will a bed and the bed or what tilaka led by the will STR and you

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Even though an SDN is part of it, it's separated because of its importance. So yeah, it was mentioned in the beginning, it was actually skipped it because it was mentioned somewhere between pages 35 and 46. And it's going to be mentioned again, in the book and shall let us get through one shall we almost done Neela? How does one get the level of command? Okay, so now we're getting into, we're getting into the part where he's going to discuss what it means to be a true worshiper over loss of data. So this is the bridge from where we are right now is the bridge to where we want to be. Next week, inshallah Tada, which is where he actually starts talking about the finer details,

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practically, practically, how do you become a better worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. So here, what he's talking about is what? How, what does it mean for a human being to reach the level of command?

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completion and perfection? How does a human being reached a level of being complete?

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What does it mean to be a complete human being doesn't mean you have a lot of money, or status, or the people love you?

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Or that you have nice?

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You have nice things now.

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Let's

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tie the question. The question Ah, you remember this question, everybody? Let's go back, because then you got to understand why she was talking about what he's talking about now.

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A new kamya rahimullah was asked about the about the I, O mankind, worship your Lord, what is a bad worship? And what are its branches? Does it encompass the entirety of the day? We answered those two questions? Alhamdulillah Yes, what is the real essence of Udi? We started with that but this is what he's going to be dealing with in detail inshallah, when we start next week, what is the real essence of the the highest level of achievement that one can reach in this world and the hereafter? Or is there something better huh? How does one reach the level of command is is it will be at the highest level of achievement? Is this the highest thing that a person can strive for in this world? And in

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the here or is there something what that is even higher than the please expound upon that? This is where shakila sam begins to answer on page 52 a little budimir the route or route whichever way your Google says it to perfection, not part one. Man's perfection lies in the realization of the law. Uh huh. Hey, this, this is critical, that we understand this, this here, go ahead, the more and and actualizes this herbal D, the more complete it becomes, and the higher his rank will be. anyone thinks that number one, a person can depart from over the air in some way or another God is the one that a person can reach a level whereby they no longer have to worship Allah subhana wa tada or to

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the party from it is more perfect, right? Or that when they are that they get this level that being to a level where you leave the worship of Allah subhanaw taala is the ultimate achievement that you get to this level where you no longer have to worship Allah subhanaw taala such is one of the most ignorant of the creation rather one of the most astray. A law set translation beads and they say our man has begun children exhausted be those whom they call children that his angels are but either a bad Suba Hannah, what? A bad

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knock Ramune. So let's look at this real quick. How does this prove sacred? Sam here is making two points. Anyone who thinks that a person can depart from ODM that that's okay. Right? Or they think that the party from obedia is more complete and more perfect and better than being asleep, that they are ignorant or a stray playing and then he brings up

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what does this ayah do to prove that? Right? They're not good.

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Angels. They are higher than the human being.

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Ah, sent okay. So I'm not gonna get into the argument whether angels are better human beings, but what we will say is that what that you can't get, you can't be a better worshiper than the angels. And the angels are still worshipping Allah Ghani a person could strike even even the best of the best of Benny Adam, you say they like what they like angels.

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Like an angel, and the worst of any, and we say it's like a, like a double. So you, you aspire to be on the on that level of being like what an angel. And even then they are what a bad, they don't leave that was that description. And he said concerning the Messiah, Verily, he

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was no more than an avid to whom we granted our favorite. So Allah tada granted his favorite Teresa la salatu salam, and he was one of the one who realize him, you know, not just the regular, not the profits are regular, but he was from the highest rank of, of the messages, and also has added described them as being an ad, an ad, and this is great. This is a great description.

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The route to perfection, part two, he said the Messiah was never disdained to be a servant of law, nor were the angels who are close to him, whom whoever, whoever does things, his worship, and is too arrogant, he allowed that his will gather them to himself to altogether. So as for those who believed and did righteous deeds, who will give them their due reward in full and more out of His grace, but as for displaying his worship, and we're proud that He will punish them with a painful torment. So who is it that those people who think that they are one that that they can get away from the worship of Allah, Allah, Allah say, no, not not the mercy, the best of him from the best of the

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human messages, and not the angels, who were also his messengers? None of them were? Well, none of them were excused from his worship. In fact, what made them

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have the level that they have in Iraq that they have is that they were what they were worshipers perfecting their worship, is what gave them the rank in the status that they had.

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And then so then, therefore, those who were those who are too arrogant, and reject the worship of Allah Subhana Allah, then those are the ones that will face the punishment from Allah azza wa jal. Now, he said, Surely those who are near to your Lord are never too proud to worship Him, and they exalt Him and prostrate before him. So if the objective is to get near, to draw closer to a loss of habitat, and those who are close to him away, they're worshipers of him. They're not too proud to worship him here. This is obviously referring to, to the angels. But the point is that drawing near loss parents out of which is the claim of even those who say that they've reached a level of

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European or whatever, that one,

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that that comes from worship, that that's something that a person does, until death. Now, these verses and they're like, in which worshipping is ascribed to the best of creation, and in which those who deviate from it are condemned, that is, those who deviate from the path of a noble deal are condemned are numerous, and those verses are numerous, not

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the route to perfection, part three, Allah od at the call of every messenger to Allah said, and we did not send any messenger before you but we revealed to him saying, There is none worthy of being worshipped but me a law, so worship Me, so worship me, even if there was something better than the worship of Allah subhanaw taala wouldn't the messengers have had to clarify that Allah subhanaw taala said all of us with that message, which is to worship Him alone. If there was a if there was something better for the creation to do than to worship Allah subhana wa tada or there was some higher status than that, that a person could achieve and that would have had to been clarified

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before Prophet Muhammad and he said that was Salam was to worship Allah. Say Allah alone. I worship making my Deen pure for him. So worship, whatever you want, besides Him.

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Abu mostly Salah Houdini, the parser is Salam is saying himself that I worship Allah, making my Deen sincere for him, fibroadenoma, Shinto, Donegal, Russia, whatever you want, but this is what I'm doing. And so Subhana Allah, the followers of Mohammed salatu wa sallam worship Allah subhanaw taala, just like he did know, a lot as described worship. He has chosen obfuscation and remember out a bad Ibrahim is hard. And yeah, so here we have Ibrahim, the father of the NBA is half a prophet Yaqoob a prime, remember and he called them what a bad he called them his servants of strength and vision. We distinguish them with an exceptional quality to remember the final abode and they are in

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our sight, verily of the chosen and the best

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The there are many further examples like this in the quarter. So the point is that alodia is the way to perfection. And those who are the embed of a loss pemesanan. Those practitioners of elodea are a various different levels. And that is what we're going to be discussing next week. How does a person go from a lower level to a higher level in their worship of a loss of data? How does one become a better worshipper of a loss of hands either looking at the matters of the heart, first and foremost, and that's what shakily Sam is going to deal with and paying very special attention to some of those things, which are subtle forms of insincerity or subtle forms of one's heart looking to other than

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allows parents out for fulfillment and satisfaction. And that's what we're going to be covering for the next few weeks meaning that it's out although it was a long summer robotic, and then Amina Mohammed subhanak, along with a shuttle Nomad to stop recording