Taimiyyah Zubair – Aqeedah Wasitiyyah – 09 The Names And Attributes Of Allah

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of sweet forgiveness, rather than revenge, in achieving happiness and fulfilling desire. They also touch on the source of pain and torture, disappointment, and loving Allah as sources of comfort, relief, and happiness. The focus is on forgiveness rather than revenge.
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu Naboo Manasa Leonardo's hooligan Karim and my birth for the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Rubbish rashly Sati were silly emri weidler Tata melissani Yakubu Kohli probenecid.

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So yesterday we learned about some of the attributes of Allah soprano data and which attributes

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chhabria that Yeah, right his personal attributes such as his face, his hands, and inshallah Today we will learn a few more of such attributes. But before we continue with respect to the face of Allah soprano Darla, we learned earlier that the face of Allah,

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obviously, it's the face of Allah. It is the most beautiful face.

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And there are only

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meaning to be able to see the face of a law, a person really has to make himself worthy of that honor.

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It's an honor, it's a reward. It's not

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something that anyone can have meaning this opportunity is not something that anyone can take.

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It's only by invitation.

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You understand? Because there are many things for which you can apply.

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If you have the money, you've done something you can apply for it, you can get a membership, for example. But certain memberships, you cannot even apply for them. You're only invited.

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You're only invited. It's by invitation only. So the face of a loss of panel data, being able to see that being in his presence, him being happy with the servant. This is one of the greatest honors, one of the greatest gifts that a servant can be given. And obviously, Allah subhanaw taala guides a person in the direction that the person strives to go.

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So the one who seeks the face of Allah, the One who strives to get there in order to be able to see the face of Allah, then Allah will also guide him in that direction. So this is where we need to check ourselves how much is it that I want to see the face of Allah.

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Because, like we learned earlier that loving Allah makes things easy, makes a bagger easy, makes sacrifice easy. Likewise, the desire to see the face of Allah, that also makes many things easy.

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For example, in this return, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that whatever you spend for Allah sake, for Allah sake, ww beha, which Allah, anything you spend seeking by Allah space, you will get reward for it, even for the morsel of food which you put in the mouth of your wife.

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Like wasn't another healthy sweetener. And there is no sip that a person swallows that is more virtuous near Allah than the sip of anger. Eating a person is angry and he just swallows that which a person suppresses. Why is it the law? Or what do you let Allah seeking the face of Allah the Exalted

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likewise, another Hadees we learned that no servant forgives the oppression that was done to him.

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Yeah, but does he be what Allah seeking buy it alleges face except that Allah will elevate him in honor. Do you do it?

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So the person who forgives the oppression that was done to him?

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He has been treated with injustice, he wants to take revenge and he can, but still he forgives the other for the oppression that was done to him Why? What's the reason what's the driving force? I want to see a less space than what will happen Allah will elevate him in honor. So we see that when a person does something gives up something forgives the other does something most difficult to on his knifes seeking Allah space, then yes, there are immediate rewards also immediate consequences also in this dunya also and also in the

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the next section that we learned was about the hands of Allah subhanaw taala.

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In Hardee's, we learn

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all good is in hand be ethical, highs, all good is in hand meaning anything good that comes comes from Allah subhanaw taala anything good that you want. It can only be sent by you. It can only be given to you by whom? Allah subhanaw taala because via deal, hide in his hands is all good.

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And this is why problem

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salatu salam on the day of alpha. The most Vicar that he would say was La Ilaha Illa la hula sharika the whole melco Allah will hand be at the hill higher, WA who are the coalition party on the day of Allah This is what the prophet sallallahu Sallam used to say, said the most.

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And everything good is in ilias hand including Shiva. cure. A person cannot be treated unless Allah healed him. And healing cure comes from boo Allah, where is it in Allah's hand? I shall deliver on her said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he used to treat with the Rukia and he would say, him Sahil but Sarah vaness be a deca Shiva locash if Allahu ala and via dukkah, Shiva, the Shiva is where in your hand likewise another Hadith sweeter and the prophets have a lot of some user Rukia saying emsa Hilbert Saurabh vaness via dika Shiva lakeisha full garba illa Anta no one can remove this difficulty this ailment except you because with you is Shiva in your hand is Shiva. The next

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inshallah that we're going to learn today is is that what RNA lillahi tala

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pitch number 20.

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His bachelor inanity, les tada is that affirmation of aligning eyes lilla hit Allah for Allah the Exalted,

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meaning Allah subhanaw taala has eyes.

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We learned that Allah subhanaw taala sees he has vision, everything Allah watches, nothing is too far from him. And he has eyes and this means that he has perfect and complete vision.

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Remember that in Hades the Prophet sallallahu Sallam warned the people against the jinn. And he described the gel saying that he is the gel is our he is one eyed. And at that time the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said what anila Lisa be Allah and Allah is not one eyed.

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He is not one eyed. He has eyes walk only he and his statement was barely hooked me up big for in NACA br unit.

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Allah subhanaw taala said to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Be patient for the command of your Lord. Because you indeed are br you, Nina.

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Under our eyes,

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under our eyes, now think about it. If somebody says to you, I'm watching you.

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Mothers frequently say to the children, I need to be able to see you don't go too far. Why is it that the mother needs to see her child at the park? Why?

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for protection?

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Right? Like why sometimes children are doing something and they insist Look at me.

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One look at me. And you look and you look away? No, no, keep looking at me. Why? Because they want your attention. So somebody's looking at you with their eyes. What does that show? protection, love, care? attention?

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The prophets on a lot isn't a miss told Be patient. Yes, it is difficult. Yes, it is hard, but the commander of your Lord will come and remember that you are

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we are uni now. Back over here is of Mazel Hubba of companionship meaning, like a person says ntbi me meaning my eye is with you. In other words, wherever you are, I am watching you.

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You are never out of my sight. So Oh prophets, Allah says we are watching you You are never out of our sight. You are constantly under our protection, no one can harm you. neighborhood watch a big Iwai that everybody keep an eye out and make sure that everybody's safe. Right? What am Allah what Allah that Allah What do so the GDP Are you Nina Jessica and lemon can COVID wahama Allah who and we carried him meaning no Allah He sent them on what Allah that He allow him to do so on something that was made of planks and nails meaning on the ship and this ship that Judy be a union. It was flowing, it was sailing, B union a meeting under our watch. Just as an as a recompense Lehman Cana COVID for

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the one who was rejected, who was rejected

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new artists and was rejected, right. So Allah subhanaw taala saved him. He helped him out of that difficulty how by putting him on the ship and drowning his opponents, the rest of the people.

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So again, over here, that gdb kunena The ship was sailing under allas watch. So this is the reason why that ship and only that ship survived the great storm.

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When nothing else did, water was up to the peaks of the mountains. Just imagine nothing was saved everything was you know drowned in the water. But this ship it survived Why? The gdb ru Nina and you remember the description what he did he beat him Phil Modica Japan waves like mountains.

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But still this ship survived.

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Why? Because Nigeria we are uni now.

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It was sailing under Allah's watch Allah was watching it he was protecting it. Well, la de la cama have bitten Mini, when he does not either or uni will sorry Sam was told what I do. And I put alayka on you have button love money from me. Meaning I bestowed upon you my love.

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I love you.

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This is what most artists and I was told by Allah soprano.

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Just imagine what a lie to alayka I bestowed upon you, my hub button love money from me, I love you. And another interpretation is that I bestowed love for you, in the hearts of people. But the one that is more closer to the eye is the first meaning

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a lighter I like on you was my love, I love you, while he does not lie to me. And so that you are produced you are made, you are crafted. You are built, you are fashioned, allow me under my watch my eye.

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Meaning as you went through life, as you developed through different phases through different stages, through different situations. All of this was happening under my watch under Allah supervision under his eye.

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And this is the reason why even lusardi Sena, he went through the most, you can say dangerous situations in his life. But still,

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what happened? He was saying, I mean, think about it, a baby in a basket, but in a river, what are the chances that that basket would come to, you know, safety?

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What are the chances and then that basket that box ends up Where? At the house of our own?

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the very place the very house of the enemy, who was out to kill

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the boys of but he saw him why because he was afraid that they're going to rebel against him. And according to some scholars, he had a dream, right? So he wanted to kill that person who would defeat him who would overcome him. But musala sam came into the very House of

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* dose na Allah IE, just imagine he's growing up in the house of his own his enemy.

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Why Because Allah was protecting him. And then how Masada Islam had to leave Egypt.

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And he went all the way to Medina.

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Even that what it was not either I need

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to Aleikum I have better mini when he does not either I need so the one who believes that my lord is watching not is he's watching me. Then what effect will this have on his life? on his thinking?

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That first of all, it brings so much confidence and sukoon at a time of fear. It removes anxiety, it it makes a person feel at ease. No matter what hardship he's going through. He realizes my Nord is watching me.

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Of course at the same time it casts fear in our hearts that we are never alone. We're always being watched. So be careful. Because many times we

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correct our actions when we are in front of others. When we know we can be seen when the door is open.

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Alright but when the door is closed, then what happens? We act differently. But just because the eyes of people are not there that doesn't mean that the eye of Allah is not watching us. Allah is watching us.

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The next is is bad to summary well bacillary Lillah hytera is bad affirmation of a summary hearing well buslee and the vision delayed Allah for Allah exalted.

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Now notice a summer well bustle hearing and vision,

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vision is mentioned.

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And eyes are also mentioned or even are also mentioned. Correct. Hearing is mentioned but ears they are not mentioned.

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So, we will not speak without knowledge and we will not say that God has ears. Okay. We will neither affirm nor will we deny.

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Rather, what will we do? We

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will be silent.

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Hearing is mentioned. So we will affirm the hearing. Where is it mentioned so many places in the Quran were called he and his statement by the semirara Allah who cola Leti to J De Luca fiso jihad. Allah heard the statement of the woman who was arguing with you about her husband will fetch the key in Allah and she was complaining to Allah. Allah who Yes, maruta Khalid Akuma, and Allah was listening to your conversation in Allah Samir ambuscade. Indeed, Allah is hearing and seeing meaning he hears and he sees, it should although mine has said at this, at the revelation of this idea that bless it is he who's hearing encompasses every voice, who's hearing encompasses every voice, I was

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on the other side of the house. And some of her discussion was hidden from the meeting this woman what she was saying, I didn't catch everything. But Allah, He encompasses every sound, he hears every voice, well called he and his statement, locker, the semi Allah who certainly Allah has heard, own alladhina kalu the statement of those people who said in the law of appeal Indeed Allah is for when I knew onea and we are rich, who said the statement, the Jews, they mocked at Allah, they mocked at the Muslims at the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that Oh, your Lord is asking us for a loan he is so poor. So Allah subhanaw taala responded lack of the semi or level Allah has heard them.

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And this is a threat, that you cannot hide these statements from your Lord

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Amir savona or do they think

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and villainous Maru Silla who want to dwell on that we do not hear their secrets and their private conversations. But we're also lunella de umiak the wound, of course we do. And our angels, our messengers, meaning messenger angels, they're right next to these people yet to Boone writing, recording, meaning recording everything that these people are saying. Again, this is a threat that Allah hears your most private discussions. Also, the most secret conversations also, were called he and his statement in many more Akuma a smart one. Indeed, I am with both of you meaning Moosa and Harun a smart, I hear what a lot and I see, I hear what people say to you, I see what they do to

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you, meaning, my aid, my support is with you. Now, we learned this earlier also that hearing with respect to Allah subhanaw taala is divided into two categories. Right? The first is hearing that deals with what is heard, meaning perceiving the sounds,

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it rocks out, hearing the sound, meaning any sound that is made. Allah knows about it, he hears it. And this is for the purpose of meaning when Allah subhanaw taala tells us that he has heard

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this is for the purpose of warning. It's a threat. So for example in these verses, which is shows that it's a threat that Allah has heard you.

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Good luck with semiological cola Latina Polo in the law of appeal one of Nia This is a threat. Allah has heard you any other statement. The next one? Um, yes, I want to underline his Marisela who want to do at home.

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The second reason is for the for the purpose of the EAD for the purpose of showing support and aid, any idea that shows this in an EMR coma, a smile, what

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I hear, and I see I'm with you, and 30 liters for the purpose of telling us that he knows about everything,

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to show us to tell us about his complete knowledge,

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which I approved that the first one, the for the semirara Allahu codility. Today, the look of Islam to Allah heard her.

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And the second category with respect to Allah subhanaw taala is hearing is hearing meaning is to Jabba, meaning responding, because mere hearing listening, what good is that?

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When is it

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beneficial? When there's also a response even if that response is an acknowledgment? All right. So Allah subhanaw taala hears, and he also responds, he acknowledges, like for example, when a person says law, a law in the law, then what is Allah subhanaw taala say, My servant has spoken the truth, there is no god but i. So Allah hears that statement of the, that the servant says, And Allah responds, he acknowledges. So that the Fatiha also al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen, Allah hears that and he responds, the answer is what does he say my servant has praised me.

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The next I

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Me RMB anila Hayato

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does he not know that Indeed Allah sees Allah is watching

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what is the context of this ayah Surah Allah?

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What is the context when Abu Jamal threatened the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that if you prostrate again if you do such that again I will place my foot on your neck.

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And he even attempted to do that. But what happened?

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The punishment was shown to him right the angels appeared before him and he started moving away. So lm lm B and De La Jolla, la

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Why is he being so arrogant? Does he not know that Allah is watching him? And Lydia Raka Hina To whom?

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The one who sees you when you stand? Every time you stand. Allah is watching you. This was set to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that when you stand to give Dawa when you stand in prayer, Allah is watching you. What up are lubeck fshd Deen and he's also watching you in your the loop between your frustrations meeting you're constantly going into your amongst those who prostrate beside you the inside dinner Who? Those who prostrate meaning you're going about amongst the people in the who who are semi early and indeed he is the hearing and annoying. Now before this ayah Allah de la kahina tacomas The i o which says what are called Ll Aziza rocking trust upon him.

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He sees you. So what does it teach us then, when a person has this realization that his Lord is watching him?

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Because the prophet SAW a lot of them imagine what he went through when he stood for Dawa.

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Imagine speaking up before people who you know are not going to listen to you,

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who have previously refused you not once but many times will have publicly embarrassed and humiliated you who have physically assaulted you. And imagine standing up again doing Dawa to them how difficult that must be. But he's comforted what the local trust on him because a lady aka he knows, he sees you. He watches you when you stand

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locally or Malou and say perform meaning perform your actions do something this was set to the hypocrites for say Allah Allah Allah, Allah who will see your actions what a Zulu and His Prophet also will see your actions will be known and the believers also will see what you do meaning now your words will not be accepted. Instead you have to show with your actions, what you truly want, if you truly believe or not.

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Now, yeah, vision with respect to Allah subhanaw taala. Again, when it is mentioned in the Quran, it is for the purpose of showing First of all, Allah knowledge that he has seen, meaning he knows

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he has seen meaning he knows.

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I can look around we learn in the homie arona, who, by either one Allahu kariba one or all kariba we see to be near what the Day of Judgment now a de can it be seen? So over their vision, not Ahuja, what does it mean that we know it to be near it gives a meaning of knowledge.

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This doesn't mean that if we understand it as knowledge we deny it, we know we don't deny it. We believe in it, we affirm it because Allah subhanaw taala himself has said that he sees he watches. So we affirm that Oh yeah. But what is the reason why Allah is telling us that he sees to tell us that he has complete knowledge, and secondly, to inform us that he perceives everything that is visible, he reaches it with sight. And again, this is for the purpose of a warning, to express a threat. Like the hypocrites were told was at a lower armonico Allah will see your deeds.

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Now do something Allah will check your actions. Secondly, it is for the purpose of showing aid and support.

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A smile when I am with you. I hear and I see I'm watching you, meaning I will support you, I will protect you, I will take care of you.

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And 30 days for the purpose of showing allas all encompassing knowledge in the law. kanessa mirim buslee Allah, He is bullied. He's watching meaning he has seen what was done.

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Now what's the effect of this belief?

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When a person believes that Allah hears Allah sees what's the effect of that?

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Similar to

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the belief concerning the eyes of Allah. Okay. And also, it makes a person fearful, as well as hopeful.

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All right.

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fearful that I better be careful, Allah is watching me. He's listening to my words, and hopeful that he will reward me. So what if people don't see? So what if they don't acknowledge and hopeful that he will protect? He can see, he can hear.

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You know, sometimes if somebody's saying the most harshest words to you,

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the most harshest words, and it's so difficult to even hear those words.

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Just listen

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and smile.

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allies listening?

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Allah is listening, do you need to answer them?

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Do you need to respond in the same way or in a worse way?

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Why is it that we feel at that time that we need to respond to the other person even more harshly? Why? Because we forget that Allah heard them. And we forget that Allah is going to listen to us also

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what we say?

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So it brings up to a person, doesn't it?

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Allah has heard Allah has seen.

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And you see when someone's watching you, when someone's listening to you,

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does it bring you a sense of you know, protection and you know, a source of comfort?

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Like, for example, you're cooking something and you say, Can Can you please watch me? Can you please watch me and make sure I'm doing this right? You ask your mother, you asked her to be on the phone with you. Right? Just please stay there. And just make sure I'm doing it right. Why? Because somebody's accompanying you, watching you listening to you this brings comfort, reassurance.

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But there are some whom Allah does not even look at.

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Somebody looking at you listening to you, that means they're interested in you, they care about you and somebody not listening to you turning away from you, not looking at you. What does it show? they're upset with you.

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Like the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when he was upset with cartwheel the long run? No, because he had stayed back from the book. When Karbala did Oh, and who would come into the masjid? What would happen?

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He would come and say Salaam and he would wander to the province of Madison to even answer me. And then when he would look at him the profits or losses and he would look away. And then when he would stand in prayer, then the prophets of Allah said it would be looking at it. So turning your vision away from someone means that you're not happy with them. There are some whom Allah does not even look at.

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Who, you know how these we learned reported in a sense that at the Sahara lions are Allahu Allah does not even look at Isla Sala to do the prayer of a servant, leader, you came up here, the one who does not straighten in his back in the record and salute the servant who when he's praying does not straighten his back in record, meaning he

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does not perform the prayer properly. He doesn't have too much Nina, he doesn't become still on reaching the record positions to do it position. He doesn't get into the posture correctly. He's rushing through the prayer, not caring about how he's performing the Salah. A lot does not even look at the center of this person.

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Whereas generally when a servant is performing the Salah properly, then what do we learn in Hades that Allah is before him.

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For in the local people are wedgie. In Buhari we learned that Allah is before him. And this is why the prophets of Allah is an upset that when any one of you needs to spit in the prayer, don't spit in front of you.

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Why? Because Allah is before him. And don't spit you're right either. Why? Because an angel is right by you.

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If you really must split, then you should do that were either in a in a cloth or under your foot.

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So this is great, you know, misfortune that a person is not even being looked at by Allah when he's praying. Likewise, in another Hadith, which is also an assessor to say, hey, whoa, lei en toda la who in a mirage attend.

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Law School is

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where he allowed the stolen neon, oh, Allah does not even look at the woman

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who is ungrateful to her husband?

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Who does not show gratitude to her husband? Let us go.

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Allah does not even look at her. While the reality is that she cannot be dependent of him.

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Can she be

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Can she survive without her husband?

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Because sometimes it happens right that women become upset with their husbands or they think that their husbands are big failures and big losers. They're not

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Men enough for whatever reason, they look down on their husbands, they deal with them arrogantly. And they think you know what, I'm better off myself. I don't need him. I can do this myself. I don't need to take his permission. I don't need to consult him, informing him should be sufficient, and why should I even inform him?

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And then what happens? A list of complaints? He's like this. He's like this. He's like this, he doesn't do this. He doesn't do this. He doesn't do this. What is that ingratitude, right?

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But the reality is that she cannot be dependent of him. And this is such a true statement, where he led the study on home. If you think about it emotionally even.

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Can a woman survive without her husband?

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emotionally? No, she cannot.

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She need his support. She needs his love. She needs his attention she needs his time. Or those of you who are married, you think I'm talking about

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some other world?

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Is this true or not? So then show me some response.

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A woman cannot survive without her husband.

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Emotionally, she needs him. I mean, that so many times when women complain about their husbands, what is the complaint about he doesn't give me enough time.

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I need his time.

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I just need him to acknowledge me, you know, when I call him, just pick up the phone, please. When I text him, please respond. Because he needs him

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When it comes to looking after children even Can she do it herself?

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Can she do it all by herself? No, she cannot. Financially?

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Can she do it herself? No.

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Well, here let us talk near and who. So whenever you get upset with your husband, those of you who are married

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this remember, I can't live without him.

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I cannot be free of need of him. In the sense that of course the walk will analyze the greatest, right? He's the greatest source of comfort and support and love. But at the same time a loss of panel data has made these emotional bonds between you know, between people, why because people need each other.

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Right. So when a woman is ungrateful to her husband, Allah does not look at her.

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Allah does not look at her.

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In another Hadith we learned the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, layered Harun al Janata, sallahu wa yonder Allahu la him, there are three who will not enter Jannah and Allah will not even look at them on the Day of Judgment. Who allow Chua Lee? The one who is disobedient to his parents?

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The one who is disobedient to his parents to her parents?

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Well, murottal and a woman who tries to be like men,

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and Mother shabbiha to be the one who tries to become like men, dresses like them, walks like them talks like them, act like them.

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And thirdly, they use who is the use

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the one who has no higher and the one who maintains no higher for his family, meaning he goes on describing his wife to others and personal matters to others. Personal husband wife matters, they're being disclosed or they're being broadcasted, and he doesn't have any lira.

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And the Hadith continues, that there are three whom Allah will not look at on the Day of Judgment, the one who was disobedient to his parents, a habitual drinker alcoholic, and Alma nano Bhima, aka the one who reminds me of the favor that He has given.

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Meaning he gave something to someone and he continues to remind them I took this for you I made that for you. I claim this for you.

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At least acknowledge

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this is Alma nano Bhima aka the one who does this a lot will not even look at him.

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The next is his battle mcclee Well, Katie lilla hit Allah. Allah magic up his battle affirmation off and mcclee

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what is

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plotting, planning? Well Katie, similar, the lady for Allah tala the exalted Alana Jacobi in a way that befits him. Now the other dimension over here, they prove MK, Cade and Meaghan as we will see, in the first I will call E and a statement what was shadowing he had and he is Severe in punishment in rehab. What is mayhem Mahal is to be Severe in punishment.

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To punish severely

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to inflict revenge severely

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This is from sort of rodeway

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where the thunder is mentioned lightning is mentioned

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that how it strikes people when they are usually Luna they're arguing about Allah soprano part meaning they're rejecting him at that time what happens lightning hits them, strikes them well we should either be had.

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And Mihail also means should even look

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to be very strong in plotting, meaning a very strong powerful plot and in that meaning it then it's derived from hailer Mahal, meaning from hailer and what is a healer, a plan to trap one's opponent until he falls into it. So what was shadow him he had? What called he and his statement? Were Michael Womack, Allah Kerala will la hadal mercury they plotted and Allah also plotted will la hydro McKean and Allah is the best of those who plot meeting his plot is the best workout he and his statement one marker omachron. And they plotted a plot one a cardinal McMullen. And we also plotted a plot with whom Leia, Sharon, and they did not even perceive. Now in these two is what is

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mentioned, Mk. What is my marker is to inflict harm on the opponent. How? By taking secret steps towards achieving that,

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that you secretly take steps to harm your enemy

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secretly. Why? So that the enemy does not even realize he doesn't even perceive? Because if he realizes that you're about to harm them, then what is he gonna do?

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He's gonna get away, he's gonna do something to protect himself. Right? So this is mucker.

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Now, mocha, in order to defeat the enemy, in order to prevail over the enemy, a cause failure to the plans of the enemy, it's something very positive.

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Right? Because generally, mockery is not something that's considered positive, it's a negative thing secretly plot to harm someone. No, we think that you should be open and clear about everything. But remember that when mockery is done against the enemy, the one who's trying to harm you, then this is something praiseworthy. This is something that is commendable, you can say it's good, it's positive, because it only shows your strength. And in certain situations, mocker is not positive, it's negative. It's condensable. You can see why when it's against someone innocent,

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So when Allah subhanaw, taala, when he describes himself with Makkah, but he didn't,

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he did, Kate, then remember that this is something positive, this is perfection for him. Because counter plotting when someone is plotting against you, and you plot something in order to counter their plot,

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what does it show that you're better than them, you're more equipped than them, you're more powerful than them, you have more knowledge than them, and you're going to defeat them, they cannot cause failure to you, rather, you are going to cause failure to them.

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It is said that when I knew in one of the battles, and before the battle began, you know that this was a tradition amongst the Arabs at first, you know, one person would come forth from each side. Okay. And there would be a confrontation between those two individuals. Okay. Why? Because, you know, when one will defeat the other, then obviously, his army or his friends, you know, that they will feel more strong. Right, so this will lead them into their victory. So anyway, I need to go though, and who, in one of the battles he engaged with me, even what, okay. And when I'm looking a little bit over and who said, I did not come to fight to people.

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I needed to lower end who yelled out, I did not come to find two people. So what do you think he did?

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He looked back to see who's the other guy.

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As soon as he looked back, I didn't think I was striking.

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So this was what this was a

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lot. This was a trick that early on who played against him, was there a lie involved? No, it wasn't a lie. He said, I did not come out to fight two people.

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He didn't say Why are there two people if he said Why are there two people, then that would imply a lie, but when he said I did not come out to fight to people, this is not a lie. Okay. It was a trick. Okay. And by using this trick, what happened? He won.

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Okay, so remember

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This that MK for Allah subhanaw taala. It is safer to Kemal mocha yet.

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So Hollywood Isla de la new, he did this frequently in battle, that how he would shuffle the rows, you know, of his army, okay, the people at the front would be taken to the back, or it would be moved somewhere else. Why? So that the enemy would think these are fresh reinforcements. So they would wonder that what's going on there, there are so many people over here, right. And also he would retreat, and at the same time surround from, you know, from the side so that the enemy would think that this is a trap, and we better run away.

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Right? So this is something powerful. This is something, you know, it's clever, but it's good, but remember that in every situation,

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it's not clever, then it turns into deceit. What we do is that we use mockery in wrong situations, where we need to be honest and straightforward and truthful, we are not like that

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We talk in ambiguous terms that is not something positive. So, remember that for a loss of penalty it is safer to command but makaya restrictively perfect just as we learned earlier that last panel it becomes angry, he becomes upset, but in certain contexts. So likewise mucker Yes, this is safer, but we cannot make a name out of this and say he is

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no way. We don't say that. Because then it would imply that he does matter in every situation and then that is not positive. mockery is good, but in certain situations in certain contexts, so we say that okay, he is mcid Ville maketing. Okay.

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Okay. leukapheresis

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All right. And in the Quran, we learn about his taser also.

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A loveliest as it will be him, they mark at Allah and Allah marks at them again, this is for the purpose of showing that Allah counters their mockery, he is more powerful than them will count he and his statement in the Lumia Kadena Qaeda, what Akito Qaeda. Indeed, they make a plot and I also make a plot meaning,

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I make a case that is greater and stronger than theirs. Allah makes a plot that is stronger and greater than the plot of his opponents. Cade and MK both are used for plotting Okay, it is said that it is used for a plot a plan that is much bigger compared to

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understand bigger as in large scale.

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Now, this ayah

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is from sort of Tarik

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the machine we're constantly plotting against the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and towards the end of the Mexican era, what happened? they plotted to either imprison him or kill him or expel him. USB Touka right, are you free? Do you have to look at the plot and Allah also plans at the same time. So their plot was to imprison to kill or expel. But Allah subhanaw taala he had a greater and stronger plan. How

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then wished he had surrounded his house at night.

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Right, one member from each tribe waiting for the total autism to come out. They had their weapons with them, waiting for him to come out and execute him together. But what happened?

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They all fell asleep.

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They all fell asleep. A loss plan and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam left Makkah safe and sound. Right. So that was a loss plan. So what do we learn from all of these is that there are some people

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whom Allah plans against meaning a lot plans against them. Meaning he causes failure to their plans, while they're plotting something against their religion,

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against the servants of Allah.

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Allah subhana wa tada has another plan in place to cause failure to their plans.

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He humiliates them.

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And at the same time, there are others for whom Allah plans in their support in their defense against their enemy.

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The machine we're plotting

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Allah also made a plan against to against the machine for who indefensible.

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indefensible, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So you see, for some, the plan is against them. And for others the plan is for them in their favor. gallica Kadena the use of we plotted for you so

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Allah made a plot for use of money center use of it Sam didn't plan that. He just put the cup in the bag of money.

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His brother as a surprise gift uses that when his brother would go home he would open it up and finding it from his brother.

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But what happened at the same time the measuring cup the drink a cup, one of the cups got lost which belonged to the king. So as the crew was searching for that cup, they found all

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this guy has a different cup.

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So he stole this cup so now they're accusing him of theft. This was a loss plan gallica kitten that he uses

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and this is a loss favor upon his servant.

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That when he has a plan in place for the protection of his servant, and to defeat and overcome and to cancel out the plot of his enemy

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and this is the reason why the prophets that a lot of them used to make a little bit or any while after in LA Yeah. Oh my Lord, you help me and do not help against me. One sore knee while our thumb sore Allah you grant me victory and do not grant victory over me. One currently, what are tunco aleja plot for me don't plan against me.

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Well had any way Sidhu there either year. One certainly I remember a lot earlier this season a Buddha would.

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What's the effect of this belief? When a person believes that Allah He plots he plans? What's the effect?

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Yes, that it brings courage and strength to a person. Right that it brings him confidence it makes them fearless in the face of danger that none can harm me. No matter how deep and intricate their web may be. They cannot harm me. Because Allah's plan is always greater than theirs. If I take refuge with him, he will protect me. Like it will claim said that when a person he recites the morning and evening of garden is like in a fortress. So when somebody tries to hurt him, and he shoots an arrow, then it says though the arrow, it bounces off the wall of the fortress and

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hits the shooter.

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Right. So when a person takes refuge with ALLAH, and he believes that Allah, he can make the best plan and any plan any plot of the enemy, no matter how, you know, intricate and deep, it may be a luck and cause failure to it. It also increases the person in the workload that leaves the matter to Allah. Because sometimes we try to make a plot and plan you know, how can I take revenge and how can I, you know, hurt them and how can I satisfy myself leave the matter to Allah, Allah will make a plan, just like us over the center.

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He was thrown in the well by his brothers. Allah had a plan, right? working against his brother's

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use of medicine and ended up in the house of the disease as a slave from there, he ended up in the prison from there, he ended up on the throne. And then what happened his brothers come for food. This is all planning in the favor of use of an s&m and against to the brothers of use of Artesia.

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Alright, so leave the matter to Allah. It brings so much hope that this is also something that should make us you know, worried and scared, basically, that we should become fearful that Allah can break my plans, but I cannot cause failure to his plans, my plot my tricks, or luck and expose them.

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Right, he can always cancel out my planning. Because sometimes when we are figuring out how to do something wrong, it's a huge plan, long plan, a lot can always cause that to fail. When a person realizes this, he remains careful and he does not violate the limits that Allah subhanaw taala has said, you see the bunny is what you did then our plot

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with respect to what?

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The set the Sabbath, they were forbidden from fishing, but what did they do?

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Friday night, they put the nuts and later that took them out. Right? So what happened? Did Allah cancel their plot? Did Allah defeat their plot, how

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he turned them into apps.

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He turned them into he disfigured them basically.

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So this is a great warning.

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That no matter what hailer what trick we come up with, to you play around with the commands of Allah, you know, something by which we can somehow violate the limits that Allah has set. Remember that Allah knows and he has a plan in place. Allah watches around doors so that when he sees him, he will not release him.

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And this belief also produces honesty in a person and being straightforward in speech in dealings with others. The next is waspa law. He believes

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One more filati or rahmati Where is it? Well, it was the attribute was philosophy the attribute of Allah with what will our foo with pardon well McFerrin and forgiveness well Rama and mercy well there is an honor will qudra and ability will call he and his statement interview hi Ron out of fubu out there for and Sue in for in Alaska Canada for one particular interview hi Ron. If you show something good, out of blue or you hide it, meaning something good you do it openly, or you do it privately. I'll turn four and Sewon Are you pardon something bad? Beating somebody did something back to you and you pardon them? You forgive them?

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then know that in the law can our full on Padilla Indeed Allah He is ever pardoning and he is able to say father mentioned over here awful and podra what is awful awful is to not punish

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to overlook

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the wrong that was done and not punish.

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Give me an example.

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If somebody does something wrong and you don't punish them, you pardon them.

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I guess we don't do it that often.

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So for example, there's a student who has not done her lesson so the teacher

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says okay

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never Nevermind.

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Yes, use of it. Sam. He pardoned his brothers. He said, Let the three barley camileo the Prophet sallallahu cinnamal. So He forgive the people of Mecca. Right on the day of victory. Let the three barley Coolio. Were they deserving of punishment of revenge? Yes.

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But when he did not punish them, this was what awful

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how do we punish people when they've done wrong to us, sometimes to our words, and sometimes through our fear.

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Like for example, a child is writing on the wall.

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So what's the punishment?

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Yell, bench.

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push them away. * away the marker.

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What is awful,

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not punished to gently come and move them away. Give them a paper.

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You understand? Likewise, give me another example of

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A person is using something in class that they're not supposed to do. So the teacher she has the right to confiscate that phone.

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But she says Nevermind. She doesn't.

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This is awful.

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I'll get there. I always do not punish.

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Okay, what is our full one Claudia What is qudra?

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Do you have the ability and the power?

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Because when is it that we punish when we have the ability? And when we don't have the ability to punish the other like, what can I do? We're getting angry inside we're getting upset inside but we can't do anything Our hands are tied

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our full one Padilla.

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And look at the ayah if you forgive someone

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out there for and Sue in, you forgive someone, you pardon someone you don't punish them, you let them go. You let them go despite having the ability to catch them, despite having the ability to punish them. Then for in the law can our foreign cadila Allah is more forgiving and capable. What should motivate you to forgive the other? this realization that Allah is also forgiving, and he's also capable. And when you pardon someone, then Allah will pardon you. And remember that he has put it all over you because the perfection of pardon is with power.

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When a person has the power to take revenge, but yet he pardons then what kind of Pardon? Is that? What kind of forgiveness is that? What kind of awful is that? Perfect forgiveness. It's come in

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with weakness when a person is not able to take revenge, that Barton is not really perfect. I mean, that's that that just shows weakness, your helplessness, that you can't say anything. This is why you're quiet. You can't do anything. That's why you're just sitting

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for in the lockout era for one party or almost allegedly broke the law. I know he said that once.

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He was beating his slave with a whip. And he heard a voice behind him. He heard somebody saying it alum Obama's rude.

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Air alum Obama's rude.

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So Obama's rude he didn't know who it was. He didn't recognize the voice because he was so

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angry. And then when that person drew near to him, he looked back and it was a messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So immediately of almost rude his whip, it fell from his hands.

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And the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said lm, Obama's rude and Allaha

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la caminhada had a little lamb.

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No, a boom was rude. No, a boom was rude, that Allah has more power over you than you have upon your slave.

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He has more power over you.

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I almost said at that time, I said I would never be my servant in future meaning I'll never hit him again.

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Because he understood that Allah has more power over me.

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Because when is it that we physically hurt others or emotionally or verbally? When?

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When we have the power?

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We can say anything to them. What can they say back to you? They're younger than us. And if they try to answer back,

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we tell them Be quiet. This is not how you speak to your elders.

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I'm older than you show some respect.

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Right? And with this, we go on abusing people.

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This because our voice can be louder. Our grip can be stronger. We have some more ability and power and strength in our body compared to the other. We abuse others right. But remember, in the law canon are full wemco de la Allah is pardoning despite being fully capable.

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So won't you pardon others?

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Why don't you forgive others? And if you forgive others, and Allah will forgive you.

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Now remember that forgiveness important? This is good.

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But not in every situation.

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This is why we're Allah subhana wa tada is pardoning.

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He's forgiving, he also punishes

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we believe that Allah subhanaw taala possesses all of these attributes, right? That he becomes happy, and he becomes displeased. He pardons and he also vanishes.

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So yes, forgiveness is good, but not in every situation.

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In some situations of forgiveness, it can be a cause of increase in transgression.

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You understand, for example, a criminal, a serial killer, he's forgiven, he's pardoned. He's let go.

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Is that good?

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What will it cause

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more problems. so in this situation, it's not good.

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Like once a child is misbehaving a lot. So then the parent, you know, they use some disciplinary measures against the child, they don't forgive. They tell them you're grounded. They tell them about some immediate consequences. Okay, if you don't color on the paper, your colors will be taken away.

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If you don't get off the phone, right now, if you don't get off the phone within five minutes, then you have to give me your phone until nighttime, or until the next morning.

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If you don't stop playing this game,

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within 10 minutes, if you don't stop for Salah, then you cannot play this game again. until two days later, immediate consequences, right? Why? Because if you don't punish them at that time, and if you forgive them in that situation, then this will cause them to increase in their

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in they're wrong.

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In some situations, pardon may lead to end up hostility. Meaning if you forgive someone, you don't yell back, you don't answer back. You just ignore what they said. Then what's the result? The argument is over, it's finished.

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And sometimes it happens that when someone is forgiven, they realize that they've made a mistake and they're forgiven. Then they feel so ashamed of repeating that action again, that how can I do this? I was forgiven last time. How can I do this again? I can't do it. so in this situation was Barden good?

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forgiving was good.

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And this is a reason why people are giving chances right? So for example, the student is using something that they're not supposed to in class of the teacher

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looks at them.

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They just look at them. And then what happens a student realizes Oh, I shouldn't be doing this right now put the phone away.

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And the student feels that I should not use my phone. Because if I use it again, and my teacher sees me that's wrong. You know, it's embarrassing that she let me go once How can I you know repeat this again? So in this situation after was good, right? And then people are given chances of the student starts using the phone again. Okay, then she's given a not

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She's reminded several times and then eventually, the phone is taken away. Now Apple is not good. Why? Because it's it's increasing in, in wrong action. And in certain other situations, our phone does not have any effect.

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Sometimes you deal with certain people, whether you yell at them or you ignore them doesn't have any effect on them.

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Does it happen?

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You yell at them, or you're nice with them, you answer them politely, or you answer them violently. It's not going to make a difference to them, they're going to remain the same.

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Why? Because you know it. This is how you've been living with them for the past 20 years, for the past 10 years.

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For the past five years, this is how they are. so in this situation, what is better

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ignore them and ignoring them, in other words is what awful.

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What and therefore, Acropolis taqwa. When you know that the other person is not going to change. They've been like this all their life. You've spoken to them nicely. You've spoken to them harshly, you have cried before them, and you have yelled before them, and you have fought with them and you have ignored them. But they're still the same.

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Then and therefore Acropolis.

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preserve your o'clock preserve your good deeds,

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if you pardon them that is closer to them.

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Of course make the offer them

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but the thing is that we get frustrated in these situations, right? Why don't they understand? Why don't they get it? Why don't change.

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Exactly. And we become miserable.

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They said something negative and we repeat that negative statement the whole day the whole night the whole week? We are miserable.

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Exactly. We get depressed we suffer.

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So what is best

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ignore them with the hope that Allah will ignore my mistakes.

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Because if you think about it, aren't there so many sins that we have been committing also since the beginning of our lives basically.

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haven't we been committing so much sin? Allah gave us a chance we did our we did is too hot again. back to square one again, back to square one because we're human beings, we keep falling.

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So if we want forgiveness from Allah, let's start showing forgiveness to people. While you're fu warriors for who allowed to have buena aflw Allahu la con la foto Rahim.

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They should Pardon? They should forgive. Don't you love? Don't you love? Don't you want that Allah should forgive you? A nice, forgiving and merciful?

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What are the believers being encouraged to do over here? Well, you are familiar for him? Sure. Awful. And she'll suffer. After we learned about earlier. What does that do not punish what is suffering. Suffering is a degree above our food.

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Sometimes we forgive the other in the sense that we don't punish them.

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But we haven't actually forgiven them.

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We haven't actually forgiven them. For example, somebody does something wrong. And you want to yell at them. That would be what punishment, but you don't. That is what are full. But in your heart, you're still very upset.

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So then what happens? It comes out after 10 minutes, when

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when you throw your bag on the side.

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And when you have to call them you yell out their name. And when you have to talk to somebody else, you sound angry. You sound frustrated.

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What does that mean? You haven't forgiven?

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You did awful, but you didn't do suffering.

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What is soft, soft is to forgive and forget.

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Because what is suffering? Suffering literally means what?

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So for example, soft, it's like a page. Okay, so if you turn the page, you wipe off, clean erase. So software is basically to erase the effect of that wrong. Okay, that hurt that anger. erase that.

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When somebody does something wrong with you, they mistreat you they misbehave with you. Does that affect your heart?

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Does that affect your feelings?

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Does that make you angry? Does that make you sad? So suffer is to erase that anger.

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I'll get there inshallah.

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And basically, it means to deal with the other as if the mistake did not happen on their part. Allah subhanaw taala. Does He forgive his servants in this way? Yes.

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He deals with us, as if we never committed a sin,

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the amount of blessings he gives us

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the amount of pleasures he gives us to enjoy.

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We're not deserving of them. If you think about it, the kind of sins that we commit

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the kind of words we say, the kind of thoughts we entertain,

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the way we pray, and the way we fast and the way we give charity mean, we're not deserving of all of these favors that Allah subhanaw taala keeps showing us again, and again. And again, this is software. And this is something that we need to do also. Well, yeah, who will use for who? Do you remember the context of this ayah? What was the context of buba? curbelo? Right, that when I showed

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her chastity, I mean, she was accused, she was slandered. Right. And what happened? One of the relatives of Boko Haram, who misled whom the Boko Haram, who financially support it was someone who participated in that propaganda,

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who spread that rumor a lot about I should have lower now. He was really active in that.

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So buckle up, good. Oh, I knew he was hurt that this man, I financially support him. He's our relative. And he's saying this about my daughter, the wife of Rasulullah, sallAllahu, wasallam.

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He was very hurt. And abubaker, although I know he said, I'm not going to financially support him anymore.

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He was angry. And you would think that any father would do that.

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Any father would do that? And look a little hard, who just said I am not going to financially support him anymore. That's it. He didn't say I'm going to go here to him, and I'm going to go kill him. And I'm going to send so and so against him. No, just withhold my financial contribution. That's it.

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And what was a worker, a little wind? Who told this, I was revealed concerning him.

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Let them pardon. Let them forgive. Don't you want that Allah should forgive you. And Abu Bakar said, Yes, I want a lot to forgive me. Hola. Hola. Photo Raheem. And so you know what, we'll come up with a friend who did.

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He doubled.

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He doubled that

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financial support that he used to get him he did your son

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and that your son healed him

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took the pain away. Because the thing is that when we're taking revenge, we are in a needy state. Because we need to take revenge in order to feel better. We need to do something to the other in order to feel better, who's lower, we are lower. But when you forgive the other

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than what happens you are in a higher state.

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You become the giving person because you are forgiving them.

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You understand you are forgiving them. And you're doing your sign to them. So you're not lower than them you're not lesser than them you become better than them, your position becomes higher than theirs. And this transfer, you know from a lowly state to higher state, that itself is a healing and a loss of Hamilton is encouraging of avacado the lower forgiveness law.

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Why for who sick for who's good

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for the good of Abu Bakar

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because when you forgive the other, you are doing good to yourself, you are freeing yourself.

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Because in our center, our center Li unfussy comm if you do good you do good for yourself.

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Because as long as we have not forgiven the other person, we are holding on to the hurt that they caused us. We're carrying been, aren't we?

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So that pain is not going to hurt us, it's going to continue to hurt us.

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But as soon as we forgive the other person, when we say their actions, Allah will deal with them.

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You leave the matter to Allah you interest him, then what will happen? You are releasing yourself, you are freeing yourself.

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allowed to have Buddha and Allahu Allah. So how to forgive others.

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Because each time you will bring it up in a conversation. Even if it's five days later, it will hurt you. I remember the day I had forgiven this one sister for something that she had done a while ago to me and she had some said some hurtful words to me and they were so hurtful that, you know, I was like, Oh, I don't want to talk to her again because I know she's gonna say something like this, but the day that I forgave her

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That is when some had

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some kind of that is when the news of my baby

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you know.

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And I know that that was from a lot because the minute I forgave that sister from my heart, that is when I was gifted.

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This is experienced often that when you do forgive people, there's almost like a feeling that you have released yourself from your own prison that you were there. Because you're so caught up in hating the other person in trying to plan what can I say? What should I say? Really? Should I say when should I say? How should I say it? So your mind is boggled in that, you know, relevance sort of keeps going. So when you forgive somebody, it's just like,

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it's a feeling of relief. If somebody has been rude to you or done something to hurt you and every time you see their face and boil, so it's just like, you know, you turn the stove off, and you're not cooking anymore. And the smile that comes after that is I think beautiful. Yes.

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So I like to have buena youfit, Allahu Allah.

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The Prophet sallallahu sallam, he taught Abubakar Lula da Allahumma, enabling him to nuptse lumen catiline

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when a person remembers his own sense, than the mistakes of others,

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they look small. What I do know Bella and Nan can forgive since but you allow for fiddly mafia or terminar Indyk or honey. You forgive me You show mercy to me in the context of food over him.

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Hear this term the sweet revenge, but there is no sweetness and revenge actually, you don't feel comfortable even after taking revenge. Actually, we should promote the term sweet forgiveness. Yes, we need to promote this term because there is no such thing as sweet revenge. Forgiveness a sweet revenge is never sweet. It only leaves you bitter and makes you more bitter and it never that feeling never goes away. Forgiveness brings pleasure and relief.

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Well Callie and his statement while Illa healer is to Willie Rasulullah he and for Allah is all honor and for his messenger what is meaning and for the believers. So if someone has hurt us or annoyed us, angered us, what keeps us back from forgiving them?

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Hmm. It's ego right. So at that time, remember all honor belongs to Allah, He is the owner of Ursa.

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So from this ayah we also learned about the slip out of his for Allah soprano Thorn and what is his honor might glory power

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force is

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a loss of panels it has residual coded meaning he has power, he is a possessor of mighty power without any peer without any partner. He has residual power, dominance force, he dominates everything subjugating everything, he has full control and what control do we have?

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Nothing. He has his little empty now. Absolute protection, meaning it is impossible that any defect imperfection reaches Allah. And we are we perfect in that sense? No way.

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So remember that all there is is for Allah for his messenger for the believers will call it here and he believes and his statement about Iblees meaning what at least said February Exotica the UI and the home edge marine Iblees said Oh Allah by Your Honor, I will mislead them all together. It believes swore by Allah has risen out of all the cipher, he swore by what is

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yes, it please knows that Allah is great, but he could also have used some other sefa wire is because it was a situation of contention. Iblees was rebelling against Allah subhanaw taala arguing with Allah, as if he meant to say that by your might with which you dominate your creation.

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I will mislead these people and take control over them.

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It says oh he was challenging.

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For beer Exotica little we unknown ajmeri but even in this pride, and haughtiness, what did he acknowledge ullas is

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and this is amazing. Iblees acknowledges a loss or a loss of fat. But there are people

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who reject

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Unless if that

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what are the effects of this belief? Knowing that Allah possesses or is, he is deserving of all honor. What does this bring to us? humanity?

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Remember that zoo is Allah who will Kibriya reader who

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honor is Allah ease out and pride is his cloak. And no one should dare to

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take that away from Allah.

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Likewise, it produces submissiveness in the heart of a slave, that how can I oppose Allah? How can I go to war with him when he's Aziz?

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How can I ever be on the other side

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also, this brings comfort to a servant because Allah He is Allah Aziz, he has reserved, greatest source of protection, the one who can never be overcome, and this is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he used to frequently say our oliviere is lytic or parasitic. Oh Allah, I seek refuge with your power with your might our Rosa visiting.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to say, Rosa beer is a tequila de la ilaha illa Anta Liddy lay a mood while general into your mood.

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I seek refuge with you or a lot by your is by Your Honor, none has a right to be worshipped but you

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you who does not die, while the jinn and the human beings die.

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In other studies we learned that Earth might have an OS

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was when

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he said that he came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam rather the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to him while he had some pain. He was sick. He was suffering from a lot of pain. So the Messenger of Allah said a lot isn't himself to him.

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Rub your right hand over the place of pain and say are all the various Zilla he will cotati men shall remain agito.

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Many times we say this dog but we don't think about it. Rosa beer is Attila.

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Allah might, His power,

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His power, he dominates over everything. He has power over everything.

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I seek refuge with him from what I fear and the pain that I'm suffering with.

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And likewise, when a person believes that Allah has reserved, then

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this means that he should also exhibit honor in matters of religion,

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that anything that he is doing that is from the religion, he should feel honorable over there, you should exhibit honor also don't feel weak and oppressed. You know when you For example, walk with a with a hijab, be confident is that is with who? Allah soprano. So the one who is obedient to Allah, He will have is not the one who is disobedient. But whatever happens to us, as soon as we see someone who is less religious, or who is not religious, we feel so weak before then we feel like oh, I'm limited by my religion.

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I can't do this because of my religion. And I can't do this because of my religion, be confident, exhibit honor, in matters of religion. Because when we exhibit humiliation and disgrace, for whatever complexes that we have inside our hearts, then we are in a way showing a bad image of the religion. Be confident.

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The next is, is better ismaili lay one of you mittleren who is better is affirmation of name Leilani for Allah and negation of who Mittal of someone who is similar to on who from him, meaning Allah azza wa jal has a name.

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He has many names, in fact, and all those names are beautiful, they're meaningful, right? And they are perfect. Because there are some who say, I mentioned to you earlier that all of the names of Allah, what are they they're just the same, just a difference of letters just a difference of, you know, arrangement of hoof. They don't really mean anything. But this is incorrect. Allah subhanaw taala has a name and that name is meaningful, Allah, the name of Allah even is meaningful. And all the rest of Allah's names are meaningful. They're not they're all beautiful

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and at the same time, negating anyone who is compared to him, meaning no one is compared to him. No one is similar to him. What only he and his statement about our customers because they're jealous bilgileri will calm the Baraka bless it is what is more big the name of your Lord, who was your Lord Ville jenelle. You will be calm

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Who's the possessor of gll and nobility and magnificence?

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The vital customer, the name of your Lord is

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is full of Baraka. What does that mean? the mention of Allah's Name is a source of Baraka tremendous blessing.

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When the name of Allah accompany something, then that something will have blessing, abundant blessing.

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And when the name of Allah is not mentioned,

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what will happen?

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It will have no blessing, I can hardly sweeter and it is severed from any prosperity it is cut off, it will have no prosperity, it will have no success.

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This is why those who frequently mentioned Allah's name, their life is full of blessings. And when is it that we should mention the name of Allah?

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When, before everything important before eating,

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before doing will do even according to some scholars saying Bismillah before will do is wajib.

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Likewise slaughtering an animal

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if the name of Allah is not mentioned, when the animal is being slaughtered,

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that meat is not halal.

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Just imagine the difference between halal and haram meat is the name of Allah. Likewise, at the time of intimacy, between husband and wife Bismillah Why?

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Because the to to keep shaitaan away. So the name of Allah, when it is mentioned, there's tremendous blessing, there's abundant blessing. And there's protection from shaitan also, this is why the prophets Allah has an upset when you close the doors and say Bismillah what Guru smella here Alia because shaytan cannot open the door on which Bismillah was mentioned. Likewise, when a person is eating, drinking, and he says Bismillah then shaytaan he cannot have any share in that when a person enters his home and he says Bismillah shaitaan cannot find any place of rest in that moment. He has to leave he cannot come in.

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It's a source of protection against radon against evil mentioning Allah's Name.

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We learned that Carville about he said that if it was not for some words that I said the Jews would have turned me into a donkey

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meaning with the kind of magic they do

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they would have turned me into a donkey. It was only because of certain words that I say for my protection because of which I was saved. So it was that what are those words? He said they are all they'll be watching him or leave him alone he lays a shake out of them I mean who what we can imagine a lack mentality lay your job is a winnable one well, it would be a smear Illa who snap could leave my island to mean her woman and men children are hola como para de la.

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So if you notice over here in this bar also, I seek refuge with the names of Allah, all of them which are beautiful, all of them those which I know and also those which I don't know about because the name of Allah is a source of protection. This is why Bismillahi lay the lay down rumors many shameful oddly whatever semi evil was sent me early, three times in the morning and three times that evening, when going to bed, this maker Allahumma Mota what I hear in your name or Allah idi and I live.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to say that when he would go to bed

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the mention of Allah's Name is also a source of blessing. For some people they complain to the prophets of Allah some that we eat, but we don't feel satisfied. He said perhaps you all eat separately so eat together. What Carlos mala hit on it and mentioned Allah's name on the food you bear are comfy, and that food will be blessed for you. So even if you eat a little you will feel satisfied. Well, Callie and a statement for Buddha who was a bit leery about that he held para la Mola who semiya worship Him and be firm on his worship. Do you know anyone who has the same name? No, meaning a last name, unique to him. No one shares those names and attributes with Allah. And

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those are most beautiful and perfect names. So when that is the case for a Buddha who worship Him, pay attention to him, worship Him alone. What's the victory by that? And don't give up?

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While I'm Nicola Khufu, and I had

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and there is for him, No, co equal, no one is like him in any way. His names are unique to him. filata Jr, Lula, he and dad and we're anthem Darla moon do not set up and that for Allah while you know, and that is a plural of need and who is someone who is equal to the other one who resembles the other. So don't set up rivals with Allah.

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Saying that they are believing that they are equal to him

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while you know what do you know that there is none that is equal to him while being a nasty man you don't mean don't lie and and among people there are those who take besides Allah and that and rivals meaning those whom they said as equals with Allah you have buena whom they love them Karbala like the love for Allah meaning they love them the way they should love Allah

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you see the machine when they set up and that with Allah what was that an idol? For example right they love the idol they feared the idol they worship the idol

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but notice over here woman a nassima yet the human duty light and that you have been at home

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that day is not mentioned here. There is not mentioned what is mentioned hope love they love them as they should love Allah because shit can also happen in muhabba in love it is a requirement of a man that one loves a lot more than he loves anybody anything else?

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Why? Why love a lot more than anyone.

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Okay, logically that makes sense that he deserves the love. But there are many people who deserve our love and attention but

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okay because love it brings about obedience. So obedience becomes easy.

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Okay, love is a part of worship. What are the effects of loving Allah?

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Okay, he will love you back and

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Yes, Mr.

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Fuller dunya will aka success of this life. And the next

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thing is that love is a need. Love is a need. The heart is meant to love,

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isn't it?

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This is why so quickly we fall in love.

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Fall in love, we fall.

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Because that's how the heart is right? Anything that it finds beautiful, amazing. Good. falls in love with it. So the heart is meant to love this is a function of the heart It will love.

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So you better love the one who deserves to be loved.

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If you want your life to be fixed, because if you fill your heart with the love of any anyone but Allah, then what will happen? It will be a source of torture and pain. And I have Allah any savvy woman I have la de la, Rue de la v. Whoever loves anyone else besides Allah, the kind of love that he should give to Allah that He should have for Allah He will be tortured with that love.

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Why? Because no one is perfect, but when you give your heart to someone other than a light will be a source of pain and torture, disappointment.

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And loving Allah is a source of comfort, relief and happiness. So panicle learn more we have the pleasure to Allah Illa illa Anta Nesta little corner do we like a Santa Monica hora de La Habra capital.

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