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Ubudiyyah – Ep. 09

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Tahir Wyatt

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The Heart & Freedom

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madona Stein or when I stopped

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when I

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was in Osaka Marina, Mayor de la Vela modelo

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de la,

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Chateau La la la la la la sharika was shadow Ana Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was, he was seldom at the Sleeman kathira Nina Yama did my bad we have made it to the final lesson was going to be two lessons inshallah one before then one after another with Lila and I think that'd be the law today is going to really help to bring full circle some of the concepts that we've been covering thus far regarding alodia and the relationship of alodia to the heart.

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So

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as you can note, we're on page 65 shala we're not going to finish the book.

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But in the lights out when we resume our normal classes, which will happen after Ramadan inshallah, we're going to finish the book with Nila.

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For the rest of the month of March, we won't be having any regular Tuesday night classes starting in April in the later either. On April 7, we're going to start a series like a pre Ramadan series with the nightside just dealing with the issues related to Ramadan specifically. All right, same time

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with Mila.

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So, that being said, what we're going to do today is cover as much as possible and I imagine we'll be able to cover we should be able to cover the next 10 pages beating the law. That's that's the I think that's a realistic goal. I really wanted to cover a lot more than that, but

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I don't think it's realistic and shallow. So we're gonna do first, we're gonna get those juices flowing when the lights are in. This is good for Corona to you know, get

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those juices flowing. Bismillah All right, followship.

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By the end of tonight's lesson, you should be able to answer the following questions. Talk about the meaning of a sub i suppose

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this complaining about being in pain contradict?

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Explain your answer.

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Is it possible that the ruler worships his subjects? Or that a master worships his slave? Explain your answer.

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Love can be split into two major categories, let's spell and some of the types under each category. The author mentioned that nothing is sweeter to the heart than sincerity and worship of a law explained that statement based on the context in which it was mentioned. What are some steps toward towards purification? The soul? type hamdulillah

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you should be able to actually answer a lot more than this by the end of the lesson. But these are some of the more. These are some of the points that should stick out. We had the lady Jana so we're going to start off.

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Yeah, well, I mean, that guy's gonna teach.

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And I can just be quiet, right? I'm gonna

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play publish, pay 65 from the top, complaining only to a law, man needs to obtain his permission and other needs and to protect himself from harm.

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In both cases, you should call the law.

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I really want you to drill down on this point, right? A person needs to obtain provisions and other needs and protect himself or herself from harm. So everything that is worshipped is worship for one of those two reasons, which is what

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a person is attempting to gain something that benefits them or to protect themselves from harm. This is why people worship whatever it is that they worship. Our worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala is also based on the fact that it brings us benefit and it protects us from harm. That benefit is in this life. The next that protection from harm is from this life and the next, what propels us to that worship is outfitted. We are naturally we are inclined towards the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the worship of Eliza

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gel alone.

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As the profit it is selected with samsa mooloolah do other outfits are on that every mold every child is born upon the fenced off. And then his parents turn him into a Jew or a Christian to the end of the heady. So the point is that a person is naturally in a natural state upon Islam, not with its details, but that their heart turns to one and that one is its creator, alright. So, in the looking the heart is looking for the person is looking for that which is going to benefit them and repel harm. Now, in both cases, he should call on a law, he should not ask for provision from anyone other than a law. And he should not complain to anyone other than alone. And yeah, cool that a

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student said the translation, I only complained of my distraction and anguish to a lot.

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Right, so the author is beginning to talk about the importance of, well, we covered the importance of Do I have only asking the loss of Hamlet's Allah of not asking from the creation. And here the author's reiterating that point is going to come again. But focusing on the fact that do actually better that is worship. It is the worship, as our Prophet is delighted with Sam said in this heady and so focusing on that point is important because the more that you call upon Allah subhana wa Taala, the less you're going to do what

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the less you're going to ask other than a loss of anxiety, the less you're going to be attached to other than Allah Subhana Allah because you're constantly asking a lot, that's your that's your default. In fact, some people's default is not to ask a lot parents add some people's default is to, you know, ask their parents, for example, some people's default is to ask whoever is close to them, whoever they are attached to. But when a person is truly attached to a loss of hand without it that is the default, and asking other than a loss of habitat It is only after is only after they've gone through asking Allah subhana wa Taala first, and then they'll even I'm saying even asking,

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you know, for for a loan, for example, they need a loan, which we said last time is what it's about. It's permissible to ask for a loan. There's nothing wrong with that. There is nothing that's undignified about asking for a loan, but a person is going to strive and ask a lot of hands out of a risk like the privacy seldom used to ask Allah subhanaw taala every morning allama in the US at oka what illman nephew and what is contai even while I'm an amateur Kabbalah Allah ask you for beneficial knowledge and I asked you for halau or play you pure, you know risk sustenance that is that is pure. ask you for why Merlin moussaka Bella actions that are accepted by you My point is

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that the more that a person is inclined towards asking a lot of hands on it, the less that they're going to worry about asking anyone else And here we see our pool but I didn't see them he says in the mat ushiku bethey will host Nila la I'm not going to complain to the creation about the situation I'm in my complaint is to a loss pants out alone

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in

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a lot has mentioned goodly forsaking goodly forgiveness and goodly patience. I don't know about goodly.

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I'm honestly I'm just saying I don't really know how it's used in English. But if we if we went with a more literal Jamil lanie beautiful

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as it says here, so good. So the first thing that it says is a ledger alchemy, which is a beautiful hedger. And what does hedging mean?

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No, no, not hedger, not with a hat hat. Like his euro. And agile algemene is still

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No, no. Well, yeah, because it's from the same route because you're distancing yourself from something so agile is to abandon something, right? It's to you could even use the word disengage. And in other words, you're not mixing and you have hedger, which is to avoid to abandon and you have a makalah, which is to be, you know, mixing. So when a person mixes with people, they need to be patient.

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Because there's going to be some form of harm. It's impossible that you mix with a whole bunch of people and he's not going to be anybody that annoys you. There's not gonna be anybody that does anything that you dislike, so as to be level of patience. And if you abandon

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Any gatherings or whatever, then that abandoning should be Jimmy and it should be a beautiful abandonment which he's going to talk about what that means inshallah

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it was said and it says, Nam was soft whole journey, which is beautiful forgiveness

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and

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a subtitle Jamil, which is gracious or beautiful endurance.

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Now,

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perseverance if you will with Subbu, not

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forsaking for sale or boycott without doing harm, right. So a person abandons whatever situation he doesn't want to be involved and he doesn't do them any harm.

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He's protecting himself from that particular environment, but he's not doing them any harm, either ledger or Jimmy. Jimmy Oh, no. goodly forgiveness is to forgive without rebuking right?

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You know,

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that this is not easy, a sub l Jimmy.

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Which is to totally pardon and overlook and forgive beautifully. When the Prophet Allah is selected was sent and went back to Mecca.

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And 13 Fatima Mecca.

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The Prophet it is salatu salam, what did he say about Abu sufian? Abu sufian radi Allahu Allah and cause the Prophet is like to send him a lot of harm that

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was

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caused the prophets I sent him a lot of harm. Right? What did the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, say?

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And the Salah, beta, Abby, Sophia, whoever enters the house of Abu Fianna, he's right. He's safe, he's protected. He didn't say anything about what happened in the past.

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You know, and when we talk about a self help Jamil forgiving somebody in a beautiful way, it's not to forgive them and say, you know, you, you know, if I really wanted to, I could have did ABC and D, you know, but I'm forgiving you. But

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that's how

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normally a person would approach those type of why though, let's kind of let's unpack that. Why did we do that?

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It's not the it's not, I don't think it's because you're trying to flex

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it well, it's not necessarily insincere. But it's coming out right here. You want that person to know, something, whatever it is that you want them to know. It's not sufficient enough for you that alone knows.

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So you want them to know.

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Basically, you want them to be grateful for the fact that you have forgiven them as if they're not going to understand as if they want to understand Subhanallah you if you've done somebody wrong, you know, you did them wrong. And if they forgive you for that, you know, and they don't even say anything to you inside of yourself. You feel like I actually need to talk to him about what happened because he didn't even come in. You know, he grabbed me up for it, you know?

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So that but the reality is, is that the reason why I says what paying attention to the heart, because a lot of these things here, you have to try to really think about why am I doing what I'm doing? Because if it's for loss, hands out, it's going to wind up being Jamil it's going in the Lucha jennylyn. You hit boil Gemma, Allah Subhana. Allah is beautiful, and he loves beauty. So our abandonment will be beautiful. Our forgiveness will also be beautiful, right? I mean, some handler, but again, this is a this is another level. And it's not to say that this level is whatching.

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It's not to say it's Haram. For example, if you forgive somebody, and you let them know how you feel about it, that says Hon, but are we trying to stay at? Are we sacrificing ourselves with mediocrity? Or are we going to try to step up a level? What level Do you want to be in gender?

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mean really, honestly, I mean, we ask ourselves, because

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the reason why we study this stuff is not so that we can remain who we were before, but it's as we learn to say, okay, so panela to get to those Delta jet, like the Sahaba or the alone time, no, then we've got a struggle we've got to put in the work. And, again, you know, we'll cover this inshallah, when we start talking about test kits and

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knifes but it's a struggle at the end of the day Tez kiyani purifying something

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doesn't just happen.

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Right, gold, you know, doesn't just come out and it's, you know that shiny gold that you can use for jewelry, it goes through a process, so that it can be purified. And that process requires what

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Christ fire

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requires he knows his work that goes in. But the reality is, is anything we want in life.

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And I'm talking about anything we truly want work for

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reality.

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People want good grades on exams, they do it, they study hard, they stay up all night, they stay up for 48 hours, whatever, you know, people want to look a certain kind of way they want to build a body, they go in a workout like crazy and they hurt themselves and they will not eat things that they really like to eat knowledge. Why? Because they, you know, want an extra line or vein on their arm or something like you know.

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So

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the the thing is, people work hard for what they want.

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If you really want Jenna, you really want to be of a different level, it's going to take work. I mean, that's it is a struggle.

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Sahaja Mia was sobor algemene

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goodly patients, beautiful patients I would prefer or gracious perseverance, he will not is to be

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any other person.

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Right? It is to endure whatever it is that you're enduring, whatever it is, that is requiring Subbu without complaining to any other creative being

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without complaining to any other creative beings. So we look at suffer, there is sober that is required when a person is going through difficulty.

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Right? There's also suburb that is required to remain steadfast. And the obedience of Allah subhana wa Tada. So I don't want you to think of suburb here. The beautiful patience, if you will, is just being when I'm going through a difficult situation. It's even talking about when you're in the obedience of a lot of hands on. So a person complaining while they're fasting

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is something that would not be considered severe Jimmy.

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In fact, there's not really much suffered with that at all. Okay.

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When I met him in Hamburg, he was sick. He was told the toggles, but he Milan used to hate the sound of the sick person's grown and would say, this is a complaint. So

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Rahim Allah never grown until the day he died.

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We gotta stop there.

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It's important for us to understand these things.

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And not just brush over them. So

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there's a

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there's a difference in

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a person who is, for example, they're making a lot of noise when they say they're whimpering groaning and

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for what purpose? Because exactly, because they're trying to draw sympathy and attention.

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And the one who is doing it to relieve pain.

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It's two different intentions. And so here this issue goes back to the heart. So the reality is a person may be indeed suffering.

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And for them, the way that they breathe, the noise that they make, for example, it helps to relieve the pain that they're dealing with. And that's permissible and there's no complaint. They're not doing it because they're trying to

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highlight the fact that you know that they're hurt.

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And so there's no complaints or lost hands on it through through that.

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Here, what what should be understood, which should be understood, lost hands on in those best.

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From this statement of towels, and there's a few things I'd like to unpack it, who knows, was

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no toes further.

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He was from the Caribbean no doubt.

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Tire was the, who was the most he was a very he was a famous student of one of the companions 1000 in case and

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he died in 106 or himolla. And he was born during the life of the earth man already alone. And so he wasn't he wasn't from Serato he was from the keyboard attending from the

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higher echelon if you will, from Chroma savvy, he was he was from the most famous students of the best, while the law of China and

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I'm saying this for a reason. So what happened here is that email him Allah to Allah was was sick, presumably, presumably, Danny towards the end of his life.

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and

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Canada, you know, a Nina Maria, which which is to whimper or, you know, grown.

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And, and, and some of the narrations, even though it's not mentioned in this particular book, and some of the narrations they were reading Heidi, female at Minnesota law this has been the son of the man and until today, like they're on their deathbed and students are still reading turnips.

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I mean, seriously.

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So he came across the it wasn't like somebody came and told me ma'am Achmad, this particular author they read it to him and when he heard it he cuz he stopped making any noise because he didn't want to be considered to be complaining.

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is the question. tacos we said was from the Tabby

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is anything that he says a proof in Islam?

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Yeah, good.

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Okay, we will give greater significance because he was from the tabbing studied with him and I bet for a long time Well, the law of China no man, we know his position with the Prophet it slides was saying by

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my question again, is that proof in Islam?

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No.

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No, it I'm saying one statement of a Tabby is that is not considered to be proof in Islam. I just wanted to be very clear on this point.

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However, even though it wasn't proof, email Ackman still way,

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he still followed the guidance that he found

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from that Tabby, so I want to, I want to and Subhanallah there's there's a,

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there's a large book, it's Maasai little co sedge Li Lima, and it was half. So admittedly accurate and humble, and it's half Umrah, Hawaii, they both had a student, his name was his hack had been co sedge. And alcocer asked, I don't know, 1000s of questions to email.

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And he got all the answers for me. He actually went to both of that, to me, email me, he asked him all these questions when it came back to what I said when he asked the same questions to his hat.

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And his hat would, you know, comment on what email is it? Okay. So, throughout that, throughout that questioning, what you see is that many times, both of them both him and his hat, they both if they don't know a particular text from the Quran, or from the Sunnah of the Prophet, it is allowed to sin, and that directly deals with an issue. They will go to the fatality of the Sahaba and the Tabby England, they stopped there.

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They start with Tammy. And so you see that this is a men hedge from the early scholars of Islam, that they look to the Tabby for guidance. Not that it was proof. Not that if they said it, it was like the prophecy. Some said it or that a person had to follow it, but that they were so close to the companions of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, who were the teachers that they wanted to follow, they wanted to follow that guidance.

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So here That being said, That being said, what we should understand from this, is that a person for example, let's just say you read this book is no explanation.

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And it says here when you might remember him he was sick. He was told toasts used to hate the sound of sick persons groaning was say this is a complaint. Uh huh. Okay, so he

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thing where now I talk about being sick or whatever this is a complaint. All right, you go to the doctor's doctor say What's wrong with you? No.

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Are you just Alhamdulillah STEMI means

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means all praises to the guy. Doctor says okay, but there's anything wrong with all praise to the guy.

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I'm not complaining, I have no complaints. I only complain to Allah. That's not what this means. And I want us to I just want us to be clear that that's not what this is saying here. And that we really need to Subhanallah it's important that we don't, don't go to extremes left or right.

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You know, it's normal. It is normal for a person to talk about an illness to somebody that is close to them that's going to help them deal with their illness. I mean, you're in the house.

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Your wife says you What's wrong, nothing. Nothing's wrong, she can see your nose is red and tears coming out your eyes. I mean, it's okay to talk about it.

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As long as you are doing what paying attention to your heart, your heart is towards Allah hands out for the cure. Your heart is towards the loss of hands out of for the reward for the sickness that you're going through and so forth. And that you remember these meanings. And the fact that you ask your wife to make you some chicken soup or you make your wife some chicken soup when she's, you know, when she's sick, that isn't there is no harm in it. If you go to the doctors, you need to talk about what's wrong. Because this is the person that Allah Subhana Allah has put in your life that inshallah will be a direct means to some type of treatment for the illness that you're going

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through.

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complaining to the Creator, on the other hand, does not contradict the idea of a southern Jamil, give me patience. Well, yeah, cool. Elisa Lam said translation needs. Patience is most fitting for me, he said, For sovereign German. And he said that I need basically, I'm going to have beautiful patience in the face of what what was yaku dealing with.

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He lost which son uses and then when we look at this part of the surah, because now you're talking about the 83rd eye. This is this is at the point that they had also that Binyamin had to had to also stay back. Right? So he said for some runes, I mean,

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I'm going to deal with this patiently with a beautiful patience. And uh huh. But he also said, in the mesh qu bethey, or Hosni Illa, Allah, so complaining to Allah, turning to Allah Subhana, tada and saying, Yo, I'm going through these problems and crying and begging the last man to have these apps. In fact, this is what we should be doing.

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Because if you do that with a lot of hands out, I guess who you're not going to do it with

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anybody else?

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Because you're gonna cry to a law, you're gonna beg a law, whatever pain you're going through Subhanallah you I mean, we're dealing in this country right now. What's the biggest epidemic? I mean, besides the new thing?

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opioids,

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opioids,

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I mean, this is a big thing.

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You heard about the site they were trying to

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Where was it?

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I mean, I heard him round the corner.

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No, but but it's real. And where does a lot of that start from?

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starts from chronic pain. I'm talking about the just using those narcotics starts from chronic pain. If any of you have dealt with chronic pain, we're lucky. You can see how easy it is for somebody to just say anything that's going to relieve this thing that I'm dealing with just give it to me.

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And then it turns into an addiction where the other we love the person does not regulate that.

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You know, so that the point is to constantly be aware of where things are going to constantly be aware of that and the proof from our profit is a lie to sit and

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that mentioning the fact that you are dealing with pain and that you're that you're sick or whatever like that is not something that is haram or even makhura or anything. You can find several a hadith that will just mention this one follow me this way.

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lovable and who said I visited a laws messenger struggle along I knew he was selling while he was suffering from a high finger. I said yes to love

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You have a high fever? He said, Yes, I have as much fever as too many of you. Okay, so listen to that. Did the Prophet sallallahu wasallam simply say, yes, I do have a fever or No. He said, Yes, I have a free and it's twice as bad as the kind you got you all get

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you where to put was the prospect someone complaining?

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In fact, when he showed them is that even though my fever is twice as bad as the fever that you all get? I'm not out here complaining. You see that?

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Now,

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I said, Is it because you will have a double reward? He said yes, it is. So no Muslim is afflicted with any harm, even the prick of a thought. But that's a law expiate his sins because of that, as it loses its the seats of Hannah law. And this is collected by Bukhari and Muslim. I mean, these these are the type of things I mean, you probably read that last part of the Hadith before heard it before, but the reality is, is we need to be reminded of that, we because we all go through, we look, is there anybody here that's going to claim that the emotional anguish that a person goes through upon losing somebody upon losing their job upon going to do that, that that's less harm,

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that that's as the as the province of Laredo saddam said, Ma'am, and Muslim in you, Cebu ever? Look, is that less annoying? Is that less of that than the prick of authority?

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What would you rather have lose? Your job would be pricked by thorn. It'd be pretty bizarre, right? Right. So what I'm saying is that even the emotional anguish that we go through, we're rewarded by loss of Hannah Montana, for that if a person has at SAP and that is that you hope for a loss of Hamlet and his reward through the difficulty,

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not just that there is a difficulty and that there's an automatic reward for difficulty but how you deal with the difficulty is going to determine that level of reward from Allah subhana wa Tada. Now

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is there a way to complain to Allah subhanaw taala. Now, the same is coming right now. It's coming right now.

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Just coming right now. Then if you still have a question afterwards, they can complain it to the Creator. Now

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I used to be Eunice, you

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during budget prayer.

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This is the ayah, which is in the mesh qu bethey were Hosni Illallah. I only complain of mine. It says here distraction is probably a better word from that my sorrow to a loss of parents. He would know he went, he cried so much, that his sobs could be heard in the last rows of the congregation. Mussa. And he said, I used to pray. Translation means, oh, law, to be all praise. Until you I love you. I complain, you are the only one who might ask for help. And you I seek refuge. And upon you are the lie. There's no strength or power, except in you know, so. So here, what we see is from Amato, the law of China, I know, we hear we see him crying and prayer. And a person might ask, Well,

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what do you have to cry about? What was his difficulty? I mean, he was a middle momineen

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he had the treasures of the world under him.

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That's a good position of being what do you think?

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Very difficult position. Very difficult position. Because it was during his key lever,

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that Islam, you know, spread to the eastern to the west. And now you need good people that are going to go trustworthy people that are going to go and rule those lands and govern those lands and teach its people and so forth. And the Sahaba were not infinite and number. So who does he have that he can trust

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in the magical bethey was Neela law. And he did this difficulty and this sadness in it. And he hit the weight of the oma, the weight of the oma was on the shoulders of one of the laws. That's that's not an that's not an easy position at all. And so he turns to a loss to Allah for help because that's the only hope that he's going to get

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you you look

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Dr. Musa arias and this this is not it's not from the Hadith of the Prophet it is Salatu was things from Israel EDF

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which had a translation as well, EDF

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is et yet

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from the books

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from the narrations of Al Khattab? Yes, we can say,

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right? The point here is that you see, the law of China and who crying and salaat, you see was a turning to a loss of hands on it. And we're going to read this Do I have the proper ideological slant, though there's a slight weakness in the chain of narrations here, so we don't want to exactly say that this is the probability some of them said this for certain, but the meaning of it is beautiful. And in general, when it comes to things in the seal of the Prophet, it is like to say is a bit more relaxed than it is when we talk about the wrecked Hadith from the Prophet It is hard to say that now for the one of the drives want to do is

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listen to this drive to this drive, Jimmy, when people asked if I did what they did to him, was

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overlooked to you I complain.

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My weakness and helplessness, and other people's carrying nothing for me is to be almost Merciful of those who show mercy.

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You are the Lord of the dispossessed and weak, You are Lord of the week and you are my lord, oh Lord over love, to whom you lead me.

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to a stranger who will push me away and mistreat me, or to an enemy to whom you have given power over me. Then he changes. As long as you are not angry with me, nothing else matters. It's still your protection and help are better for me. I seek refuge in the new of your, of your fate of your countenance, which lights up the darkness and sets right the affairs of this world and the Hereafter, from your anger and wrath descending upon me, I seek your forgiveness, until you are well pleased.

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I will never do that. There is no strength and power, except in the law. According to another report, he said there is no strength and no power except in you

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know, so, I mean this is this is how you complain to a loss. This is, you know, you pouring, pouring your heart out to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And when you do that with a loss of a job, you will not do that with the creation is really that simple person who is going through whatever it is that they're going through whatever trials and difficulties that they're dealing with. Turning to Allah Subhana Allah is what is needed for the heart, and that there isn't any complaint or complaint to the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala no matter how valuable and knowable, that creation of a lot of hands on it may be no

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further, true freedom. The more than an advocate a slave desire is strengthened concerning our laws, grace and mercy, and his hope and love of filling his need and preventing harm from reaching him. The more his servitude of law, and his freedom from others increases on page 66. PAGE 66

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opened the mercy and hope in the mercy and bounty of law it basically just rephrase what was already here. Yeah, the more hope a slave has in the merciful bounty of a law and his ability to supply his needs and protect them from harm, the stronger his feeling of servitude.

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To him grows. And the more free becomes from everything other than a law that this is a car ADA and a of principle that we have to really ponder over. Okay, so, here basically what it's saying here, the more you hope, and Allah,

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you hope in his mercy.

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You hope that he will fulfill your needs, you hope that he will

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push away any harm and protect you from any harm.

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The more that is the case, the stronger your feeling of servitude to Allah Subhana who which Anna will be.

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And the more that you are a slave, true slave of Allah Subhana Jannah the freer you will be from everything else.

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And the reality is, as we mentioned in the very beginning, everybody

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needs something to bring them benefit and repel,

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harm and protect them from harm. If that one that you are hoping for is a loss of habitat, and then everything else is removed from the heart.

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And if it is not a loss of habitat, then it will be something else. Because the reality is, the heart is always in a state of need.

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And if it's not looking for a loss of anxiety to fulfill that need, then it is going to look for something else to fulfill the need of the heart, the heart is for kids. And it is it is always in need. And if you if you think about this, those who worship other than Allah Subhana, who was added, it's because they are what they're, they have a deep the diminished understanding of Allah Subhana Allah is mercy and hoping for his reward.

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If we look at if we look at a very simple example, people people show off for what reason.

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So they want attention, they want to be seen.

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But But why?

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He just said it. It makes them feel good.

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makes them feel good. And why does it make them feel good?

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So feeling good? Feeling good? Okay, so being praised. Feeling good is actually a reward, is it not?

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If a child does something that you praise that child isn't that a way of rewarding the child, right? The same way that if you were, you know, if you said mean things to the child, that would be considered a form of punishment, right? It's not just physical. So when a person is showing off there was seeking reward from other than Allah, that's the bottom. They want reward from other than Allah azza wa jal. And this is this is what's happening.

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The more that a person is attached to a loss of data for their reward, than the less it is that they go on to do things to please other people. And Subhana Allah, you know, it's interesting, because a lot of the

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people who talk about

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motivational speakers, right, they talk about Don't be people pleasers and this type of thing. But they themselves, they themselves are the biggest people pleasers there are they need to feel validated.

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Because they tell you at the end of the video, make sure you like my channel and subscribe.

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Except that, I mean, okay, you're making money off of it. But the reality is, is these same speakers, they need to feel accepted. And they're telling you don't be a people pleaser and all that. And the reality is, if you're not attached to a loss of data, you are going to be attached to the creation of a lost parents either headsman there's no way to get out of it. Period.

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And so true freedom, true freedom is to be

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is to not worry about pleasing other than a loss of paradise. That really is freedom. And it, it takes practice will lie is not something that nobody's gonna sit on me to tell you, you're gonna go there overnight. You took Shahada yesterday, today, alas, you know, you are the ultimate Muhammad. You know, these are Dhamma jet, you know, there are levels that a person goes through fight for the keeper, he

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is bound by it. When he places no hope in it. As far as independent of it, man read it again. Say please, please pay it pay attention. Pay attention. This stuff is deep stuff. And, you know, again, this is this is not like what you're just gonna hear every day. No, it depends is any creative being. He is bound to be enslaved by it. Why? Why will he be enslaved by because his hope is attached to that particular thing. So wherever that thing moves him, that's the direction he's gonna go in. That's just that that's the direction he's going, going. That hope in that thing. This is where my provisions come from. Right here. This thing tells you don't go to Juma. You say she, I

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can't go to Jamaica. Can I get a fence with no you can't get a fence

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needed. I can't pray. I can't do this. I can't I don't have enough time to pray. Okay. All right. Why because your hopes are attached to whatever that thing is. And that thing is gonna move

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Have you right and left? And if it tells you to disobey a law that you're gonna disobey law period

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tells you to do something Haram, you're gonna do something wrong?

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No, but when he places no hope in it, His heart is independent of it. Right?

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Yeah, as it was said, as it was said, be independent of whomever you wish. And you will be his equal. Do a favor to whomever you wish. And you will be the superior be in need of whomever you are. And you will be his prisoner. Or camp does not this stuff is stuff in the admin [???] to Kunal viola, be be independent, free of need of a person and you will be his equal, you'll be equal.

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And I mean, I look at it like this. Think about the king of some distant land, right? You have no relationship to this particular person. You don't know anybody who lives there. You have no need of them.

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Guess what? Do you feel like that person is better? You probably don't even know his name for like, he's better than you.

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He's equal. I don't need him. I don't anybody don't need the one. That at the very least they are your equal. I don't need them. I have no What does he mean to my life at the end of the day, what what benefit does he brings to my hereafter? What does he helped me with and is enough? It struck me I mentioned this all y'all need him. Then he's your equal.

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One of the Lanham I[???]a Khun chacun Amira,

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if you when you give when you have a fumble over somebody, they owe you one for example, you will be there and

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you will be there you will be in charge of them you will be because they, because they owe you one, basically. And not even necessarily that that was your intention. But uh, the the sole jubilant, added hope demon acts on a layer. At the end of the day. It's it's part of our nature that we are that we love those who do good to us. Right, so of the Lanham and [???], it's akun Amira who

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was such a demand she took on a zero, need whoever you want, and you and you will be his captive. You hold your prisoner because you need him now.

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So when the slave rest is hooked on law is bound to be a true slave to him. But it is what we use is the US from a law and

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some people don't don't call upon the laws.

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They've turned away from asking a law from making do it or laws

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and spending their time in that. And the profit it is salatu salam encourages us and allies throughout the Koran. We'll call it up buku Rooney as

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your Lord says call upon me I'll answer

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wait that said okay, Daddy I need for in nikoli my service asked you about me Don't he didn't say say I am close Allah Subhana Allah answered it right away for me. I'm close. I'm close. But we gotta ask Allah.

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And when we ask Allah subhana wa tada Eliza, we're done region.

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As I know, he's not gonna want me to save the shakable Mohammed mentioned in his first Duff's on, on, he mentioned the Hadith of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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where he talks about the three ways that Allah subhana wa tada answers a person's do I. So he may give the person exactly what it is that he asked for.

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Or a loss of hematite Allah May reserve that for him for the hereafter. And that may be better for him than getting what he wants in this life, or life or Jeremy use that to avert some harm that was coming to him and allies with Joe will choose for his servant. what is best for his servant? And the reality is, this is why oh my god, a low tide and who used to say, let me know how many Jabba were in the middle hemudu I am now not worried about the answer. I'm just worried about making do I

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because that's what's in my hands. That's that's goes back to my irata my willpower. If you were to ask a last pensado I'm not worried about a large window answering the door it was gonna be answered. I'm not worried about that. What I'm worried about is just do I have the resolve to make the law in the first place. And so calling upon Allah Subhana Allah is so important.

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No.

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But it is. But it is hard for us to ask from a law and put its hope in Him. It will also turn away from true worship and servitude, especially if he puts his trust in some community being rather than in the right. And this is usually what happens when a person turns away from the asking of a loss of hands either from making due to a loss of hands, either, they usually wind up attaching themselves to some part of a las pantallas creation. His heart then will be dependent upon his position of leadership, and its truth, right? And so when we talk about creative beings, we're talking about the creation as a whole. So that may not be tangible personally put is true, he may get a walk, kill

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allari Assa T, he may put his trust and rely upon the fact that he is the president, he is the king. And therefore, this is how things are going to get done, because I am this and I am that.

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And he, his trust is in his position of leadership, and his troops for the fathers and servants are on his family and friends are on his wealth and savings are on his leaders and superiors, such as a master King shape, employer or other mere mortal. A law says translation meet, and put your trust in Him who lives and dies not and celebrates his praise, and enough to be acquainted with the faults of this service. Listen, what's what can I learn hyena de la remote allies with jealous telling us here to put your trust to rely upon alhaj

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the living the living who would live reliable never dies. In other words, anything that dies, and more so that which is already dead, don't rely upon them

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rely upon and Hi, and Lady lions. So a lot of fans out here is giving us a true lesson in what tawakkol means and how our reliance has to be upon a loss of hundreds on upon a loss of hands on it. And I mentioned this because we live in an era especially for the younger generation where they have fed this nonsense, that you can be whatever you want to be. And if you don't become it, it's because you weren't because you didn't do enough.

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And, you know, that leads to

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all kinds of depression, anxiety, sadness and sorrow, because I failed Subhanallah you know, we're not teaching, we're not teaching them about color of a loss of hands either they have no balance with that there has to be a balance between your striving and your accepting your life.

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Okay, you put forth your best foot,

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they will only accept in 10 people

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10,000 people apply, you put forth your best effort. It didn't happen for you to jump off the bridge now.

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But this is what this is what's happening for so many people is that they don't have any kind of balance because the tawakkol is upon themselves. And this is what they're being taught. You got to trust yourself. You got to rely upon yourself. You got to love yourself when you

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look in the mirror and tell yourself you love yourself. They got these mourning rituals that they go through.

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Not so lots of failure by the way that's not part of the morning ritual, morning rituals all about loving you

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as the young people saying that being the best version of yourself.

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And that's there's an element of truth to the fact that we're supposed to strive as our Prophet is is Allah and Phalke. But they forget the second part was that in binaire strive to do with benefits you and do what and seek a loss aid seek a loss he knows all about the self the worship of the self into the self crashes

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and then you realize that you put your trust in something that dies and you guys will go die with a jump off the bridge

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and this is what happens to Pamela so law is telling us to put our trust in alhaj the living who will never die stopzilla is the

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what's your say?

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Johnny two minutes

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he then that's a walk off inshallah we got to stop now shall always continue after slide till motherlove and after a cup of coffee inshallah.

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