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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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number two who want to slowly allowed us to do Karim Amma Bertha Rosa Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. furbish raha sorry, we're silly mg melissani of Coco Li probenecid nourish

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Elon Musk. Mohammed Ali Mohammed can also later Allah Ibrahim Ibrahim in Dhaka hamidah Majeed Allahumma barik ala Muhammad in where are the early Mohammed in come about Dr. Ida Ibrahim. Where are the early Ibrahim in naka homido Majeed with regards to the Hadith that we learned about Halawa to Eman the sweetness of faith. And the second sign is that a person loves another only for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. With regards to that somebody shared her affection. They said I was reflecting in the work have been done during the Prophet sallallahu Saddam's time, or muraleedharan home and Abu Bakar of the learner, that they would also get into conflicts and sometimes even say

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things which the other might not like and get offended by. Do you remember any incident where somebody said something fresh in your mind and Abu Bakar deliver on whom and they did not like it. Any incident that once a group of people had come to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam a delegation had come and people were giving their suggestions as to who should be appointed their leader. So are most of the learner will look a little bit longer. And they were giving their suggestions. But they both had different suggestions. So one of them said to the other that you said this only to contradict me. And they began arguing to the point that the voices raised up. And then Allah

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subhanaw taala reviewed the verses, that letter for us was the confocal Sultana v. So we see that there were times when they got into conflict as well, isn't it and perhaps they had an argument as well, in which one set something to the other which he did not like. But that did not stop them from loving each other for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala none of them try to overthrow the other or say to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that I cannot work for the dean, if so and so is also working here, or model denardo never said that. That's it, I give up. This is not fair. abubaker is always ahead of me. I cannot tolerate any more. You know if he's here, I'm not here. No, he never said

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that. They realize that there are differences of opinion or even sometimes hurtful words from another fellow Muslim is just a test. And those who can sincerely look at the bigger picture of getting salvation the hereafter will overlook such shortcoming in their fellow Muslims. And that means that they love others for the sake of Allah and that they have truly tasted the sweetness of Eman. So this is something that we all need to improve on, that overlook the faults of the other people for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala for the sake of the deen because as human beings it's only natural to have conflicts to end up in differences of opinion. But we should not get lost in

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there and we should not make it an ego problem. But rather, look at the bigger picture always. Let's continue. Bab allameh to Imani Hubble onsolve chapter loving the unsolved is a sign of even alama What is our llama? Sign indication? So what is the indication of a man in a person what is it that shows that a person has a man have a

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love for the unsolved if a person has love for the unsaved that means that that person has even had this LED or had this an usher but to call Bharani Abdullah him near Abdullah his new job or a similar to NSN I needed to be Sol Allahu alayhi wa sallam upon i a to even herbal onsolve what a a Tony therapy. Boo Boo onsolve Atul Eman the sign of Eman is horrible. I'm sorry love for the answer. What I had to defect and the sign of nefab hypocrisy is bookable and saw hating the answer disliking the answer. We see here that a man has certain signs. And nifa also has certain science. From a hadith we learned that there are three signs of a hypocrite and you all are familiar with that

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Hadees. And over here we learn of other signs of accuracy. And we also learn of the sign of a man. What does this show that whatever is on the inside will also affect the outside or one part of the heart will affect the other part as well. For example, if a person is sick, if a person is unwell, then what's going to happen? His body is going to have a fever, isn't it so what the problem on the inside is going to become apparent on the outside and one problem will affect the other as well. So we see that horrible onslaught on the outside is what this is a sign of Eman if there is a match

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On the inside, it will result in love for the answer, which is in the heart, but which will also be obvious by a person's words. And we see that in the previous Hadees, we learned that loving others for the sake of Allah, loving others for the sake of Allah for no other benefit for the sake of Allah, this is an indication that a person has tasted the sweetness of him, and loving the inside is also part of loving others, for whose sake for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala? Because if you think about it, the answer, we haven't seen them, we haven't met them, we cannot have any business with them, we cannot gain any material benefit from them, we cannot get any physical benefit from

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them. So why would a person love the answer? For the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So when he loves him for the sake of Allah, it means that he has even now the question is, who are the inside the inside, as we know, are those people who are at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who supported him, welcomed him in Medina, especially the tribes of oats and huzur Raj. And they're the ones who supported the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, to the point that they even preferred him and his companions over themselves at many occasions. They're the ones who offer their lives, their wealth, their homes, everything for the sake of Allah soprano data. But remember that the unsought

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are not limited to those answers. The answer if you look at the meaning outside is a plural of NASA. And who is he the one who helps the one who supports and who are the answer? Those who help those who support the messenger, the cause of the deen the religion of Allah subhanaw taala. They're all of the answer, whether they were at the time of the prophets or not, isn't and before the hijra, or after the Hydra, or they were on the communities who came before the Muslim ummah. For example, those people who believed in resign excellent and supported him. Who are they? How are you? And what did they say, National onsala We are the unsettled law. So I'm sorry, we can understand that there

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are two types of unsought first of all those who have been specifically mentioned as the answer

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and who are they, the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, especially those from Medina. And secondly, I'm sorry, includes all those people who have the characteristics of onsala where they were the people of the past, meaning before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or at his time or afterwards, because what is common between all of the inside those who held the deen of Allah subhana wa Tada. So loving them is a part of a man is an evidence of a man. Because when a person loves them, in reality, who does he actually love? What does he actually love? The Deen of Allah. Why does he love them? Because they're the ones who are supporting the deen. So in reality as love

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for the deen of Allah, he has love for Allah. So when a person has love for Allah for the people of the deen for the deen, that is an evidence that he has even we also learned from another Hadees which is in Sahih Muslim that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that a man who believes in Allah and the Last Day does not hate the onset of a man who believes in Allah and the Last Day does not hate the answer. In another Hadith, which is also recorded into a Muslim leader, the learner said of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to the unsought nun loves you, but a believer and none hates you, except a hypocrite nun loves you except the who, a believer and non hates you except a hypocrite. So

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the one who loves the answer, he has email and the one who hates the answer that he has. And what does it mean by hating the answer hating the religion of Allah? Because what did they do they supported religion, that's the only thing that we know about and that's the only thing that's great about them. That is why they are known as the unsought because they help the deen of Allah. So if a person hates them, what does he hate in reality, helping with the novela, meaning the deen so that is a sign of hypocrisy. anything you'd like to say before we continue? What have you learned? In the general sense, the unsolved refers to all those people who help support the deen of Allah? Whether

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it is those who are spreading knowledge, or those who are helping Athenian anyway? Because we have been told kuno onsala, right. We have been told to become the unseren law. So whoever goes forth to help the deen of Allah, He is

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that if loving the answer is a sign of imminent and how important it is to be on the inside.

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That it happens these days that when a person goes forth in the way of Allah subhanaw taala. There are those who support him and there are those who oppose him. Those who support him, who are they, why would they support him because of their emotion, and that is a sign of emotion and those who oppose him for his helping the dean. Why would he oppose him

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For the weakness of his faith for his hypocrisy, so that is an indication of hypocrisy.

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It's a sign of Eman is helping those people loving those people who are in the way of Allah Subhana.

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Wa levina terbaru, the X and those who follow the Mahajan and the answer, right and Latina terbaru home. So it's not just limited to them, but it's also after them. We learned early that a man has many different branches. This is also a branch of EMA that your love also becomes for the sake of Allah. And it is for those who whom Allah loves. When a person is strong in his love for Allah, His Messenger, then definitely you will also love those people who obey Allah. It will not just be limited to a line His Messenger but that love that circle of love will expand. He will also love other people like we make Dora that Aloma in ESL Luca hubba hubba hubba hubba Ahmed Allah do you

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carry booni? Arabic, so then a person begins to love people and actions. It begins from love for Allah, that is a foundation if that is strong, then that circle will expand.

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How can a person love the inside?

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We know that it's an indication of demand, but how can you love the answer?

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A person loves the answer. And how is that visible? That How is it obvious that he will do what the unsalted he will follow their footsteps? When Latina terbaru bearson he will do what they did, because that is what is meant by loving them. loving them does not just mean making claims that Yeah, I love so and so companionate love. So answers are happier, because look at the way that they help the deep. We're not just required to appreciate their efforts, we're also supposed to follow their ways that is what is meant by loving them.

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So when a person will follow their ways, that means he loves them, what else

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defending them,

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knowing them.

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Because when you love someone, do you not talk about

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when you love someone? Don't you talk about them? You do? Don't you think about them? You do? Don't you keep thinking in your mind about what they did what they said? Yes, you do. So how can you think about the answer, reflect on their actions? Follow them, if you don't know them? knowing the answer is the key to loving the

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Bible

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has been said.

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But the heading has not been given? Is that what you have as well? Because early we've had Babylon, for example, allow me to a manageable answer. For over here, there is no chapter heading that has been given. A title and above has been given but a specific chapter heading has not been given. We don't remember how he when he wrote his book, what did he first do? He recorded all of the Hadees. And then afterwards, what did he do? He gave chapter headings chapter titles, right? He divided the Hadees according to subject, according to what he was trying to prove by those bodies. So he organized the matter. Now, the chapters are the headings that he gave. He didn't just number them,

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but he basically gave them titles as well. He gave them a description as well. Why? Because that was the point that he was proving. That was the point that he was making. For some chapter titles. What did he do? He used a part of the Hardee's. Okay, he used a part of the herd effect we have been learning. And for some, he just left them blank. Why did he leave them blank? Because it's possible he did not find one title suitable for it. Why is that? So because it's possible, there are so many things that you can that you can derive from that Hadees there are multiple benefits that Mr. mahadi is trying to prove in the context over here. And secondly, it's also possible that there is a

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relationship between the Hadith that is mentioned afterwards. And the chapter title that was given previously to basically the Hardee's that he's mentioning now has a relationship with what with the chapter heading that was given previously and what was the chapter heading along with him any herbal answer? So this following her This is also related to that.

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So are the two reasons First of all, that there are multiple points that we can learn that he's trying to prove over here, so he didn't just write one. And secondly, that it has to do with the previous chapter heading. So let's look at the Hadith hypothenar Abul Yemeni Allah Akbar on a Shia even on his re color above Bernie Abu Idris Illa hypno Abdullah anaerobic fitness vomiting rhodiola. I know what kind of shahida Badran I'll just translate as we go along. Call Bernie abou Idris. He said abou Idris informed me and who is Abu Idris. Allah is his name, and even Abdullah and he's at Highbury. And he narrated from who that unknown rabada even assignments that are better that no

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Who is a companion of his or her on who? And this companion? Who was he? What can I show him that and he was present at Badran at the Battle of wahoo and he was a head of one of a nuclear battery. One of the NACA NACA is the plural of knuckey. Remember, we have learned this word earlier as well. That for Bani Israel, Allah subhanaw taala, appointed 12 nakaba. So, who is a leader over his people? So, you can say in a way, a representative, someone who is heading who is leading a group of people, so he was one of the nakaba when laylat al acaba at the night of Allerca What is this night of an October, the night when the October pledge was taken by the companions the first there was a

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first pledge and there was a second pledge before the hijra. You all know that when it was clear to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he was not going to remain in Makkah for a long time. And there was also hints of Egypt. There were companions who came from Medina, and who embraced Islam, especially when they had come for Hajj. They embraced Islam, and they also pledged allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And first time it was at the first October pledge, and it was followed by the next talk about pledge soon after which the prophet SAW the Lotus and it migrated. So over here we see that we had an acrobat he later than October, he was one of the people who was heading

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the Sahaba the people from Medina, and this was at the night of our cover plate. So rather than the summit, who is he then? I'm sorry, Mohajer? I'm sorry. He narrated that under Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam makalah that the messenger sallallahu Sallam said, When did he say what? Hola who while around him? How Allahu Allah around him were who are his sabaton a group? Do you remember the word Ursula when I cannot remember so that Yusuf resava is used for a group of people who are numbered between 10 and 40. So he said while there was a group of men as heavy, he have his companions around him. So he said while a group of his companions were around him, and what did he

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say? That by ye Rooney biruni. All of you pledge allegiance to me. Allah upon Allah to Chico Bella, he say that you will not associate with Allah anything. This is the first thing that you will patch to. Secondly, while at the three cu and that you will not steal while it has no and that you will not commit Zina while at Taco ladder calm and that you will not kill your children, while I attempt to be Bhutan, and that you will not come with a slander, Deaf taruna who that you are fabricate bainer, a de como junocam between your hands and feet, meaning you will not accuse someone while a theraflu and that you will not disobey FEMA are often in the matters of maroof in matters that

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aren't good for men, so whoever, whoever I mean come whoever fulfills this pledge among you, for Andrew who Allah then his reward is upon Allah meaning Allah who reward him for that woman and whoever saw by means early cache and asaba he reached meaning he committed means alika from that Shay and anything mean whoever commits one of these things which things the things that the prophets are allowed to set him forbade them from doing anything for okay, but then he will be punished ruka from a cop, he will be punished with dunya in the world for Hawa. Then it meaning that punishment, that cop will be kafele atone and expiation Lahu for him. So whoever commits one of these

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prohibitions, then what will happen, he will be punished for it in this world and that punishment will be an expiation for him, meaning he will not be punished for that in the hereafter. The punishment in this world will clean him of his sin woman or sabem anzali cache and and whoever commits anything from these some then cetera who Allahu Allah concealed him, whoever commits one of these sins, but then Allah conceals his sin. For who then he is in Allah to Allah meaning his matter is with who Allah inshallah, if he wills meaning if Allah wills Rafa on who he will pardon him, what inshallah and if you will or acaba who He will punish him meaning it's up to Allah His measure is

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with Allah.

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So he will forgive him or he will punish him were in this dunya and basically mainly in the author for barrier now who are rather than Islamic. He said that for barrier analysis, he pledged allegiance to him, Allah Delica upon that in this video

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We see that even Buhari is quoting that incident from where the story of the unslotted began. And it was on later October. And we see that the unsolved they promised not to do certain things, which required them to do some other things. So basically, they pledged allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam of what obedience, doing certain things, not doing certain things. And we see that Eman means doing certain things in staying away from other things. And we see that MOBA is mentioned over here the bear that took place between the companions and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said bear your oni and bear year Rooney ferry Looney. This is from

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mufa Allah, right mobilya nirbhaya literally means Mustafa. What does that mean? To shake hands? And it's from the word bear. And bear means there are once forearm when you shake hands with someone, you have to extend out your hand to them, isn't it?

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And when the Arabs they used to pledge allegiance, how would they do that by extending out their hand? We learn. In fact, I attend Allah Subhana Allah says in a Latina, you buy your ohnaka in the mail, you buy your own Allah, yet ally, focus ad and what does that mean? That when people pledge allegiance, their hands are involved. So this is why the word my buyer is used for pledging allegiance. Why? Because the hand is involved in that. Now this pledge that is mentioned over here, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam took from all those people who believed and this means that he took this pledge from men as well as women. He took this pledge from those who embraced Islam, even

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before the prophets, a lot of them migrated to Medina. So the Assad who came to him then and then he also took the same pledge from who from the women who migrated much later after the solar davia Do you remember? Remember that it's mentioned in Surah, Montana is number 12. And the is very similar to the wording of this Hadees they are you in the video It means to you by hironaka are that allow you to build a shader when as well as Nina, when a tuna Ola the Honda when I Tina Bhutan in yesterday, no brainer ad hinda Audrina, when I assign a coffee model familiar notice the following the law in the lava folder. So we see that the conditions are the same. And this is why this pledge

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of allegiance has come to be known as bei artemisa. Why by artemisa, because it was mentioned in the Quran in the context of women, but remember that it's not limited to the women. There were people who pledge allegiance at the time of late October, there were those who pledge allegiance afterwards and there were those who didn't much afterwards as well. And in this pledge, what is it that they pledge allegiance to what is it that they said that they will do or they would not do that? First of all, you will learn to shake because there is a foundation of email. Secondly, that you shall not steal. Thirdly, that you should not commit Zina fourthly, that you should not kill your children.

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And fifth, that you should not accuse an innocent person, and then that you shall not disobey in a matter of good.

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Now, with regards to obedience, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that you will not disobey me while after also female roof that you will not disobey with regards to maruf. Notice it hasn't been said latter of Sunni that you will not disobey me Why? Because we are to obey everyone who commands us to do maruf whether it comes from Allah soprano Turner or it comes from the messenger sallallahu Sallam or it comes from Lille. So this is general and this is a part of Eman obedience in matches off my roof. So when that docile female roof you will not disobey in the matters of my roof. And also remember that where it has been said, well, 1000 female roof It doesn't mean that you will

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disobey me when I command you to do Moncure because it's not expected that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would ever command them to do

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everything that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded them to do was what maruf this is just like the statement of Allah or you Alina amarista ji Bula he will assume that they are accompanied by your ego. Does it mean that don't obey them, don't respond to them when they don't call you to that which gives you life know everything that align His Messenger call us to there is life for us and that there's benefit for us in that. So that means we are to respond to them. We are to obey them. And then finally, it has been said that whoever fulfills this among you, then his reward is with Allah. And whoever indulges in any of the meaning whoever commits one of these prohibitions, then

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what will happen he will be punished

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In this world and that will be an expiation for him. So what does it show to us? That Whoa, dude, the legal punishments? What are they? expiation for sin. Legal punishments are what? expiation for sin and Hadoop or punishments in this world. They are of two types. First of all, are Koba but then iya

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jacoba Nia, such punishment that is inflicted on the burden, physical punishment. And this is basically the legal punishments which are in the form of Hadoop and tazzy. rot. Are you familiar with these terms? We have done them in through the news. Remember Hadoop, there's a lot right. So they are what are called botania. And these are given to a person by who by other people, isn't it legal punishments are affected by who, by other people, like for example, the quality the judge, right the leader. The second type is Uber all began by the NEA but which is from a loss upon third punishment that is, were suffered by a person in his heart in the form of a depression, in the form

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of guilt in the form of sadness, because of the crime that he has committed. And sometimes it's also physical, but this punishment is coming from who Allah subhanaw taala so we can say that one is Pharaoh Hulk, and the other is from Allah soprano.

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And we learned in sort of the shadow authority that women are sobre como se but in Fabiola, casa, but ad calm, that whatever disaster strikes you it is because of what your hands have earned, meaning any difficulty, any disaster that you suffer in your life. That is why that is a consequence of your sense. So it's not a legal punishment, right, which was decided by the court, but what is it it has come from who? Allah subhanaw taala similarly, we learned in sort of an army 65 polhill Cogito Allah Ania Bertha la kamadeva min fo Pico amin tactic of jellico will be circumcision, when you discover otaku, but sobre. So, punishments come in various forms. Now we see here that the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that whoever indulges in any one of these prohibitions, then he will be punished in this world. And that punishment will be what a cafaro that will be an explanation, meaning that will wash away that sin. This is why we learned that difficulties, for example, an illness, what is it? What is it, the hoof, it's an explanation. And then the hideous continues that whoever indulges in any one of them and Allah conceal to sin, then his case is with Allah if he will take and pardon him and if we will take and punish him. What do we learn from this? that final mousy? A person who commits sin, He may be exposed and he may be concealed by Allah, Allah can

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expose us and Allah can also conceal your sin. But in either case, whether his sin is exposed or is concealed, is Allah able to inflict him? Yes, in this dunya as well as in the hereafter. This is why a person will always be afraid of Allah when he does something. And this is why he must always busy himself in what is the far seeking forgiveness from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Because we don't know what kind of punishment may come upon us. And we see that when a person commits something wrong, it is exposed, if not in this world definitely were in the hereafter. And we see that sometimes a loss of panatela conceals the sin of a person but he himself goes out and exposes it. He himself goes and

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tells people about it. And over here, where it is mentioned, that woman of Sabah Manzella, cache and sama cetera who Lago for whom it Allah insha Allah who if Allah will taken part in it, but remember that from this one cent is exempt, meaning Allah will not pardon that except when a person does Toba which one is that chick with Allah because in the La Jolla Pharaoh and you Shaka Pharaoh, Medina Delica, Manisha urban Swami said that we swore allegiance to him for that. So this Hadees What is it telling us that these were the unsolved? And the unsolved? Were those people who had Eman and who also had a man they pledge allegiance to word that they would not do certain things and that they

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would do certain things. So they were people of Eman and armor and loving the people of Eman, anomalous word. It's a sign of human.

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Anything you'd like said before we continue. Some Arabs, not all of them certain tribes, they would kill their children out of your poverty, hunger, because life in the desert is very unpredictable, especially the Bedouins. Why you were living all of a sudden there's a storm. Your animals are dead. you're injured, you're bruised, you know everything you had is gone. So they would fear hunger. They would fear poverty and besides in the desert, no rain, no food. So out of that fear, what would they do? They would kill their own children that we cannot afford to have them. We cannot feed them. We can

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Not long after them. Similarly, some people would kill their daughters out of humiliation or embarrassment that we have a daughter, because it was a sign of embarrassment. It was a means of embarrassment for a person to have a daughter. So this is what they were forbidden specifically from killing their children.

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There are multiple points that he's proving it. And we see that staying away from all of these actions that are mentioned here is what a part of a man because the prophets are a lot of them did not just tell them okay, believe and that's sufficient known. He said, Give me a pledge of allegiance that you will not do such and such.

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Okay, so Eman means doing certain things, then leaving certain things. This is something that is mentioned in the Quran, many, many times that when a person suffers a problem, any problem, then what is that it's a test from a loss of panel data. And it is for a number of reasons. It could be first of all, that a person is patient so that he can get reward by for example, the prophets of Allah subhanaw taala. They were all tested, they all went through hardship. And we learned from our Hadees that who does the last panel try to test those who are most beloved to him? So the prophets of Allah is only he tests them. Another reason why Allah subhanaw taala inflicts difficulty on

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people is so that they realize what the wrongs that they're doing. It's a result of their own shortcomings. So when a person is inflicted by some difficulty, he begins to reflect on his actions. What did I do? Did I do something wrong? Maybe this is a result of what I said what I did. So this is what is being mentioned over here that woman assawoman data cache in some Masato lovo it Allah insha, Allah insha, Allah Cabo and before that for ruka, for dunya, that he will be punished in the dunya. So punishment comes in various forms, and often his difficulties that a person suffers. I'm not saying that every difficulty that a person suffers is because he's very sinful. No, it is a

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means of washing away his sins, and it's a means of elevating his ranks as well. Okay, that Bhutan has also been mentioned, which shows that Bhutan is a big thing is a big sin. I mean, they were required to promise that they were not going to do it. What does it show severity of this crime, that when a person does something, a bit crime, such as these mentioned over here, then for opbf, adonia, is punished adonia she's mentioned, like, for example, then it leads to many, you know, diseases such as aids and other type of STDs. And they result in such severe illness affecting every organ of a person's body. So many people are affected by such diseases worldwide.

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So just imagine,

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and the effects are not just limited to that woman or that individual but also transmitted to their children, sometimes ruining their entire lives. So these crimes, they have repercussions in the dunya not just in the Africa, but even in the dunya Allah subhanaw taala shows it here. This is a man good deeds, it will result in goodness in the dunya evil deeds will result in even in the dunya as well. Let's continue. Bab Meena Deen and Filomena Phaeton minute Dean, part of the after Dean is alpha are fleeing. Meanwhile, Phaeton from trials fleeing from trials is a part of religion. Notice over here, the word Deen has been used not even.

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I mentioned to you earlier that Eman and Islam they can be used interchangeably. Similarly, we see that Eman and Dean can also be used interchangeably. Why? Because Dean is what what is one's religion? It is faith It is, isn't it? And we learned that a man has four components,

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isn't it? There are three that we'll call the Amarillo called the colorless and the analog jawara. And all of that together makes up your dean, isn't it because what is the in your way of life? What do you speak what you feel what you say what you do? What is that? Your life, your way of life. So this is why the word Dean can also be used for email. And we learned that in a dinner in the life Islam. How doesn't Abdullah hibou Muslim Mata and Malik in on Abdullah Abdullah heavner Abdul Rahman live near besar Sarita an OB Ibiza regional hood re n o cada cada Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa selama you shikou you shikou it will be soon, very soon. usually goes from the root letter as well

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sheen calf and why sugar is to be quick to hurry. And when this word is followed by an it means when something is at the verge of happening when something almost happened when something is about to happen. So usually it will be very soon in your corner that it will be very soon a time will come when a corner hire the best of manual Muslim

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Blimey wealth of a Muslim a time will come very soon when the best wealth of a believer of a Muslim will be what 101 will be cheap. The best wealth that he can own is what cheap yet very via he will follow with it meaning he will go with it too meaning with his cheap where Sheriff LG barely Sheriff is the peak the top of a mountain. So Sheriff LG Valley he will go up to the mountain tops with his sheep. Well, Milwaukee I got three Milwaukee.

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Milwaukee, what is this? What kind of ism is this?

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life? Right from? What are some uh, well there are places where something work or something happened, something occurred something false. So my worker places where what falls, I'll kateri rain.

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So mountain tops, places where there's rain. In other words, he will be in the middle of valleys, which are the habitat and grounds for who the grazing animals because the Arabs they would go away from the cities are the population and where would they go, they would look for lands where their animals could eat, they would look for that you can see valleys are such grounds where the animals could pasture. And such places are obviously away from people away from population. You don't meet anybody. You don't speak to anybody. So he will go to shuffle diabelli homochiral katri why you feel Ruby Dini Yeah, Pharaoh he is running BDD with his religion. He is running with his religion, from

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what what is he trying to escape? mean and fitten? The trials, the tests, the trials. So what do we learn this hadith that a time will come very soon, soon after the death of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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When the best well that a person could own are what sheep and he runs away with them to mountaintops, to places were rainfalls where his animals can pasture. And he can survive off of those sheep. He can get meat, he can get food from them, and he can live off of them. He doesn't need anything else. He can live there, he can survive there. And why is it that he would cut off from the people and go there? Because he wants to protect his religion?

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He wants to protect his email. He wants to preserve his email.

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What do we learn that a person must strive to protect his email?

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And in this Hadeeth, his encouragement to do that?

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How is their encouragement that the best Well, the Muslim can own?

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The best? Well, this means that he's encouraged that at such a time, go for the sheep, even if it means abandoning your house, even if it means abandoning your store, even if it means abandoning your business. Take those sheep, they're the best possession for you and go with them. Go with them to a place where you will be alone. But do anything to protect your Eman. Don't risk your faith. The question is what is fitna

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fitna is anything that tells a person to disobey Allah subhanaw taala because what is within a temptation, it tends a person to disobey Allah, that a person cannot resist but disobey Allah. And remember literally what is it to expose gold or silver to fire, to heat it to burn it to shape it to remould it to clean it?

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And such temptations? They're very difficult. It's as a person is going through this burning process literally.

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And then patients are in different forms. Sometimes they're in the form of certain things that a person likes a lot, and he finds it very difficult to stay away from them.

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And if he stays with them, then what does it mean you will end up disobeying Allah subhanaw taala. This is why we learned that intimate unwelcome oladipo fitna, likewise fitna also applies to persecution, that when a person is persecuted, he's been forced he's been compelled to disobey Allah subhanaw taala to a point that it's become very difficult for him to resist it.

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So fitna can come various forms can come in various forms, but mainly what is fitna temptation, that which tempts a person to disobey Allah subhanaw taala.

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And these trials take different forms. Sometimes it is in the form of family issues, sometimes it's in form of political problems even

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that can really affect a person's emotion.

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Like for example, in this Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that very soon, a time will come.

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And we learned that very soon after his death, the time did come. Remember what happened at the time of Earth manual dinner, I know. There are people who became so extremists that they said kill him.

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Imagine killing as a hobby of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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The date that they came in besieges house they created such fitna in Medina. Similarly at the time of early laterna, this continued, isn't it? Oh, and the wars that took place between early learn humara we learn who and other companions as well. This was what a big fitna a big trial, a big test, a big temptation for people to disobey Allah. So what are the prophets that a lot of them advise us that at these times, what should you do? Go away,

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go away, do anything to protect your email,

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do anything to protect your email, and we learned that some companions at these times they did not side with either of the two parties, they remained silent.

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They did not side with any of the two parties or just stayed away.

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They did not take sides because if you study history, both had genuine reasons, right? Both are genuine reasons. For example, Morabito the learner he wanted to rent for a small children who, on the other hand, a little did I know he wasn't able to take revenge immediately because given the situation in Medina, so if you study history, we see that both sides have valid reasons. And at these times, if you become biased against the other, then you end up committing great saints. Like for example, there are people who came out to be Hawaii, who said that the companions are have all become rooted now that they are not Muslim anymore. Just imagine.

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So, times of fitna, the more you get your hand into them, the more dirty you get,

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the more dirty your hand gets. So in these cases, what are we recommended to do stay away, protect your email, save your email and preserve your email.

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So in this Hadees, we learn that a person will strive to protect his email, even before he should strive to protect his wealth.

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Even before he should strive to protect as well even if it means leaving your wealth, leave it, but Don't risk your email. Why? Because email is the most precious and valuable thing that one can have

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the most precious and valuable thing one can have. This is why he should prefer it over everything that he has his family, his children, his wealth, his possessions, his business, anything, nothing is as important as once even. Because on the Day of Judgment, what do we learn? There will be people who, even if they want to offer the entire Earth fill in gold as ransom, would it be accepted from them? No.

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But if a person has Eman, La Ilaha Illa Muhammad Rasulullah. And if it's of the tiniest amount, even eventually you will be taken out of hellfire.

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So Eman is more valuable than the entire field of Earth in gold, that is a price of a man.

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So do anything to preserve it. Even if you have to leave the people and go live in mountain tops surviving on cheap, surviving on just the basic necessities. This head is talking about major Britain. But even Generally, we see that when there is fitna don't go there.

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Whether it's you know, for example, if you know that if you sit with so and so person, if you go to that gathering, you cannot resist doing wrong. So don't go there.

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If you know that if you go to a particular place, you end up committing sin. And you know that, then don't go there, save your email and protect your email, because your email is more valuable than anything else. Anything else.

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Any example that you can think of

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where you have to protect your email and give up this lunia.

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So for example, if a person's work is such that he knows that if he continues that particular work that particular job, it's going to affect his team. Why? Because he's constantly around certain type of people, you know, there who are doing certain type of things. And if he wants to succeed in that business in that particular career, he's going to end up doing many wrong things. Like for example, there are people who have many opportunities to go into the corporate world, but they will stay away away. I'm not saying that nobody should go into that every person's level of demand is different. every person's work type is different. Okay. But if a person is, you know, his position is such his

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work is such that he can only Excel if he ends up doing wrong things and he should stay away, he should find something else to do. Like, for example, a person has an opportunity to open a store. So he's wondering, what store do I open? He thinks that a convenience store given the location, given the opportunities is a very good chance to succeed. But opening that would mean that he might have to sell lottery tickets.

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So he should stay away from that. Remember that the US Hubble gov, what did they do? They left and they went and took refuge in the cave of mountain tops. They stayed away because they wanted to protect them.

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I remember once we were visiting Holland, and there was a distant friend of ours who was taking us to the beach to show us the you know the

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Winter meals that they have. All right. So we had limited time. And he wanted to show them to us. So he took us there. He parked the car, and he said, this is where you can go to see them.

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And we were like, You're not coming. He's like, No, I don't go.

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I can't strange, she doesn't go. So anyway, we went there. And we're like, okay, let's turn back and go away. Because it was summer, it was the beach. So you can imagine what was happening over there. So he, he didn't go there. He didn't even step out of the car. He said, I'm not going you can go see. And we just went and we turned around and came back because we knew exactly why he didn't come. But you know that I still remember that. I remember I was very young at that time. But I still remember that. Because it's difficult to control yourself at these times, right? You feel like such an outcast, and you feel that you cannot have fun, because your religion is too restrictive. And

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then you look at other people. And you think, oh, they're having so much fun. And look, she's going there. And he's going there. If they can do it, why can't I do it? It's a big test. But at that time, remember that you're preserving your Eman. And when you preserve your Eman, you are preserving the most valuable the most precious treasure that you have more valuable than the Earths fill in gold. Remember, with all of this discussion that's going on, I'm not saying that you become a hermit. Right in the sense that you got off. You say, I can't go to the grocery store. The Sahara over there, I might be tempted to buy something.

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I can't go to the mall because there are people over there. I can't step out of the house because there it's summer. I can't step out of the house. No, Allah subhanaw taala has given us certain rules as well. Isn't it? Oh, that, for example, lower your gaze, isn't it? So? What are the learn what when he passed by our beloved in our model down when there was music? What did he do? He put his fingers into his years, he blocked it out, isn't it so. So there are many things that you can do. Don't go into the store, which has loved music. And there are certain stores which have a lot of music, don't go at times, when there's going to be a lot of music. Don't go at times when there will

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be a lot of people. So you can always you know, do something or the other to fulfill your need. And at the same time, avoid the fitna, but it's important that you keep checking yourself again and again, keep questioning yourself, keep checking yourself, and keep reminding yourself as well. So when you're going to places like the mall and coffee shops, etc, etc, you're dealing with something on a short term basis. But when you're dealing with things like let's say a workplace where it's on every single day basis, and you're having to deal with it all the time, that can become detrimental, I think because like I know, for me, for instance, I was working and when I was working, I was

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constantly having to sit with gentlemen, constantly, they're putting their hands up to shake hands constantly, or going to the bar tonight, aren't you coming? You know, so being put in situations like that there was so much pressure, like you need to come to the bar, it's part of the department, we all have to go out, like, I'm sorry, I can't go and, and they'd constantly after me like and, you know, there's stress. And there's pressure on you because of that. And in the end, I was just like, you know what, it's a compromise of my Dean, it's better to just leave and look for an Islamic school. But do you know what I mean that being in an environment where it's a constant thing, I

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think really does start to have an effect.

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And this is why it's necessary that, for example, if there's a reason why a person has to do that particular work, I mean, he should make it clear to the people who are around him that this is something that I don't do no questions asked, this is something I never do. You can't even tell me, like, for example, my husband, he used to work at this particular place before and whenever they had to order food for everybody at work, he would do it, because he could order it from Milan place and he would offer. And similarly when everybody had to go out to eat, he would recommend places which are halal, so that he could also go and eat and he would make it very clear, no alcohol, and the

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times that he could not, you know, get it done according to his own way, he would stay away and then people would not object. So, there are times when you can make it clear to other people they will accept they will accommodate, but there are other times when they will not accommodate when they will not accommodate, then you will not accommodate either. What do they do they know for you though, he knew that at the same time, we also have to make sure that our email is strong enough that we become an influence on others, instead of them becoming an influence on us. And for that, you see email increases and decreases. So you have to be connected with the right people, right

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places, so that you keep checking yourself.

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Because it happens that when you meet someone after a long period of time and you know that they're righteous, then you know, you see many mistakes in yourself, isn't it? Which on a daily basis, you won't see.

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Love your children, your love your parents, your family, and you'll be tested to them. But if you love reading the most and utmost and obviously the most, then you'll be able to deal with this better. Yes. Are you to

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islamically currently? How should you teach your kids like if they are stuck in an environment where they go to Islamic school, but there are kids around them who can create a big fitna for them. So how should you you should just remove your kids from that role.

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Grand or how should you train your your kids to overcome that fitna and protect the mind because your kids are not very, like adults. You know, I remember like for myself, I was barely in grade seven, or grade eight, that my mom started taking me to her classes. I had to go with her. Every Saturday when we were off from school, I had to go with her no questions asked there was something understood you have to go and attend the class

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summer comes any holidays, you have to go attend the class. And the thing is that when you keep learning, then you feel responsible, then whether your parents are there or not, you are concerned for yourself. So the solution to this is knowledge. And this is what we will learn in the next part is that knowledge is what increases a person's Eman.

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So whether it's children or adults, it doesn't matter both need knowledge. And you may learn something once. But then when you go back to work, or you go back to school, you tend to forget what you have learnt, you need to revise again, what's coming in my mind is arose and wrong with other times as well. So your kids should learn how to filter link all that you can be at guard on them. So they should learn living in their environment, whether it's Islamic school, whatever. And if then bad examples around their show. They have to get exposed to that. And then they have to filter what is good and what is right. Because otherwise they will never learn this method. Ah, yes. Then how

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much can you protect them?

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Right? How much can you watch them, you have to eventually let go. And if you don't train them the proper way, then you're going to lose them. Which is like the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, you see that a lot of people they follow the wrong types of people so on their walls or on their like, you know, first paycheck they look at they see a lot of news feeds that they shouldn't see a swear words and people saying things that even though they're Muslim, they say things that contradict your event. And so it's a parallel like, I know a lot of sisters who would close down their Facebook's and Twitter's and we'll make new accounts and only add specific types of

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people. So this is a fitting for like a lot of different people, then this is a way to go. Like just change it, you can just delete everything.

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Again, we're not saying that cut off from everybody everything, okay? fix yourself. Be careful about who you follow what you read what you write, because where there are many dangers, there are also many benefits. Like for example, Twitter, there are many bad things that you can read over there. But there are ultimately good things that you can read there, isn't it? Very interested in things that you can read, where you can follow people who are, you know, wasting your time and wasting their time, you can also follow people who are sharing good things. Like for example, Sheikh Khalid, he mentioned that if you have any questions, follow me on Twitter, and asked me on Twitter, I will

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respond. And he does, he does, right. So there are many good things, and they're ultimately bad things. And this is not just limited to the internet, this includes everything. This is why you have to have a constant check on yourself.

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But then the people during the time of fitna is better than on who goes and retreats to the mountains. Yeah, that Hades is about a person who lives amongst people and tolerate their bad behavior. That is also a kind of fitna, but again, you see that, okay, you're being patient with somebody, you go to them, you don't like them, you can tolerate them, you're patient with them. But then there comes a point where you feel that you're yelling back at them, and you are being very harsh and severe and mean and rude, then you can limit your interaction with them, just to save yourself just to save your deeds. Because one is that you're a patient. And the other is that you

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don't have that patience, then you're going down, isn't it, so you're falling back. So at that time, you have to save yourself. So give yourself a break, limit your interaction with them, so that you can get your energy back, get your support back, and then go back to them.

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Many times we attend family gatherings and parties, and we think that we're safe and secure just because we're not joining in on the festivities. But at the same time, we're front row and center watching and enjoying. And so when you think about it's not really protecting your mind. One thing I learned from my own parents was when they first moved to the rest, they kind of gave us like the speech that you know, everything is kind of like privilege. Unless, you know you guys behave and everything. And if you don't then you know, it's it's going to be taken away in the sense that you had to earn their trust. And not just that, like I mean, like, you know, for example, my mom She

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said it bluntly, upfront to all her kids. She's like, you know, if I ever found out you had a relationship or anything going on, you know, it's done for you. We're going back, she kind of gave the kids that like you You tell them exactly what you expect. And you know what you don't expect from them. And also one other thing that I noticed with my dad was that if we were ever found free, like in a room or anything, Mashallah we were like seven kids. But if you

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Notice that somebody was not taking us summer school or they were not active in some way in the dive or something, he would make a point to schedule us in something. So you make an alternative so that the mind is not he lives exactly his work. He said, keep the mind busy in something good. Like, he didn't want you to be free. So you're wandering about and calling your friend and finding out Oh, where are you going? Okay, fine, I'll just follow. And the other thing is companionship again, if you want your kids not to be in fitna, then like, you know, make sure that their friends are good. And like, if you're not sure about the friends as well, like my mom would, she used to do with

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dresses, the friends, she would invite them over multiple times until she's comfortable. So basically, she used to treat us like her treasure. Like, she wouldn't let us go anywhere. Like she had so many rules. And other people used to think my God, like, you know, your parents are extreme. But now that I'm a mom, Subhanallah, I see that, you know, that's probably one of the best ways to do like to check every aspect of your child and keep them busy. And not just avoid the fitness, but also protect them and give them alternatives. And that's very true. And teach them yourself as well. Right? Teach them to then teach them yourself. Because if you don't teach them, you won't have a

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relationship with them. You have to have a strong relationship with your children, so that they can share what's going on in their lives with you and that you can guide them throughout your lives. I remember somebody was telling me about, she used to live in a community where there were hardly any Muslims. And her son was very young at that time they were walking in a place where a little child as your mother is that a black head, because they had never seen anybody but white. So you can imagine what kind of community it was. And a time came when her son said, When are we going to have a Christmas tree, because no Muslim community. And that's when they decided that that's it, we're

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not staying here we're moving. So sometimes you have to take big steps to save your image and to save your family's demand to save your children's image. And the thing is that you have to teach them yourself as well. You cannot just rely on the Islamic school, you cannot rely on some classes, you have to teach them yourself, you have to let them trust you, just as you should trust them, they should be able to trust you as well. Have a strong relationship of the parents should teach and I was noticing that someone in my in laws family, so their daughter, she's only eight, but she does not have any relationship with her mom where she can say, you know, what is this or what is that?

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She'll always ask me why? Because I'm teaching her and so I was reading her story about admin Islam, and it said the word sin and she said, What's the sin? eight year old girl, she doesn't know what a sin is. And I was thinking, you know, the mother, if she had just, you know, taken out some time just to read her book, her daughter might actually you know, start asking her questions about the thief. But now she doesn't think of her mom as the person who she's going to go for religious questions. You know, I'm gonna go to my own. I won't go to anybody. And I really compliment those parents who teach their kids the Quran reading themselves, because it's such a difficult task. I

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remember we used to teach granted our house, our brother would never read never we had to send him somewhere else. And a lot of people can attest to this that you will teach like the whole world's kids, but your own children. It's a huge challenge. See how to turn this around. So those parents who do that like Mashallah meltwater they'll protect That's amazing. So from this, we learned that in order to protect your Eman, sometimes you have to sacrifice your dunya and in order to protect your Eman, you have to have knowledge. So Babb only Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and our Alamo combined, chapter the saying of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, I am the most knowledgeable of

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you about Allah and our alarm will come

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from Berlin most knowing the most knowing of you is who the profits are allowed is Allah Most knowing or who have Allah subhana wa Tada. When a person has a ton of who have Allah subhanaw taala. Then he has you can see modifier of Allah, recognition of Allah. And rumble hurry says about that that was an unmodified, and malefor recognition knowledge of Allah. What is that? It's fairly difficult, it's an action of the heart. Why licola later Allah because the statement of a last panel data, well I can you know, can be my cassava Toluca, that Allah will will hold you accountable for what your hearts have acquired. marhofer or knowledge of Allah is an action of the heart.

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Why? How? Because it is acquired through knowledge. How does a person gain?

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How, through knowledge, it's an earning. So it's an action of the heart, and with regards to what the hearts acquire, with regards to what the hearts gain, what do we learn that we are accountable for it when I can you can be mad, cassava Guru bukom. So what the heart Do whatever comes in the heart, whatever a person feels in the heart, the state of the heart, then what is that it's an action of the heart. Whether it is fear or

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Is love or it is recognition or it is any other kind of emotion feeling what is it in reality and action of the heart? intention even we don't throw away that 89 we're lacking you either can be a man or a man. So man Buhari is proving over here that marpha knowledge recognition of Allah is an action of the heart. And and what's the point? What's the reason of mentioning this here to establish the link between alien and human?

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When a person gains knowledge, then he will gain in his modify, he will increase in his email. So there is a deep connection between them and even more in more email less in less email.

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How does Mohammed Abu Salah mean Paul Baran Aveda to on his Chairman, on a be on our I[???]a pilot she said Ghana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam either amerihome that whenever the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to instruct them instruct to the companions amerihome he would instruct them he would command them mineral early from the actions Bhima with that which ut akuna they were capable of whenever he would command them to do something he would command them to do that which they were capable of doing, which they could do easily

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and who they said the companion said in there indeed we less now we are not Lesnar, what is this for now because right like Lisa, so Lisa Lester Lesnar, so we are not gonna hate Attica like you.

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We are not like you, Yasuda, la or messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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we are not like you Why? Because in Allah Indeed Allah or the love for Allah. He has, in fact already forgiven you for what met the Dharma means Ambika Amata Ahora, whatever has gone ahead of your shortcomings and whatever will happen later. Meaning Allah has forgiven you for any shortcoming of yours, you are already forgiven. So we are not like you. In other words, we want to do more, give us some more hard, difficult actions to do. We have to do extra. You don't need to do extra because you're already forgiven.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam fire Babu. So he became upset he became angry, had the Euro falada woofie, which he until to the point that anger was visible on his face, suddenly a coup and then he said, in a taco, indeed the most of you being the one who has the most taqwa among you, what are allama comb, and the one who has most knowledge of you biLlahi of Allah. So the one who has the most taqwa of Allah, and the one who has most knowledge of Allah, among you is who? Ana, myself.

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What do we learn this hadith that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to instruct his followers, his companions with easy actions,

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actions that they were able to do,

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instead of difficult ones, why? Out of fear that they would not be able to remain consistent on those actions? Because something that you can do easily, you're able to remain consistent on it, but something that you do with difficulty, what happens? You do it one day, you miss out on two other days, and then you try to do it again. But what do we learn which deeds are most beloved to Allah, those which are most consistent? So this is the reason why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would give them to do what they were able to do. And when the companions they said, that we are not like you, what do they mean by the statement that you don't need to do much because you're already forgiven?

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We need to do more. We need to do more. And this is why the prophets of Allah sudden became upset. Why did you become upset because of two reasons? Because first of all, by demanding more, they were in a way becoming extremists. They were leaving moderation. Because the prophets on a lot of slums, where is the best way? It's the most moderate way. Remember that incident when one person said I'm not going to get married another set, I'm not going to sleep at night. Another said, I'm going to fast continuously. The profits are a lot of them became upset, because the most moderate way is his way and leaving that is extremism. So this is why he became upset. And secondly, he became upset

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because they said, we're not like you, you already forgiven. In other words, what they were saying was that you're not doing much because you don't need to. If you think about it, if you analyze the statement even more, what does it mean that you are not doing much because you don't need to? We need to do more than you.

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Do you see that? You see the problem over here.

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And this statement is very problematic because the prophets are allowed asylum. He was the most obedient servants of the last Panther.

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What's the evidence of that? Allah called him his are out in the Quran at several occasions, what does that show that he was the most obedient servant of Allah, he was the best. He was the ideal of Allah. So he did the most, the way he used to fast the way he used to pray, the way he would recite the Quran. Does anyone else do it like that? No, he was the most armel our money from ama, right? He was the most obedient he performed the most actions. And why was that? So? Because he was the most RLM because he had the most knowledge as well. And the fact is that a person's karma is according to his is in and even a person's armor is according to his Eman which is according to his

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reason can only lead to armor when a man is in the middle. Because sometimes we see that knowledge is there, but Amal is lacking. Why? Because that knowledge has not increased in Eman. There are people who may have a lot of knowledge. But when will there unwelcome when there is a man remember the story of hirako A man was there a Man did not come? Why? Because of lack of demand.

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So the profits are a lot instead of he had the most armor. Why? Because he had the most demand. Why? Because he had the most knowledge. His Eman was the strongest, therefore his armor was the best and no one can exceed that level. And besides, we see that the profits are a lot of selling because of this high status because of the great favors of a loss of printed upon him. What did he do? He was even more obedient. Isn't that this is why he said that flr akuna trakula. So just because a person has a lot of knowledge doesn't mean he doesn't need to do a lot. No, he needs to do even more out of gratitude to a loss of penalty.

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And the words of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that in a car como allama. Camilleri enter. There is no doubt in this fact this is a reality that the most knowing the most knowledgeable of us have almost panatela Zoo, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and when such as the case, then he was also the strongest in Eamon villa. Because when a person is strong and is Marduk of Allah, then he is strong and is a man when he's strong is a man who is strong in his armor. But remember, that true knowledge True marhofer True Knowledge true marhofer is not just based on information, but rather it is based on what muhabba Enter We love and respect with knowledge a person must have love and respect with

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knowledge of Allah, a person must have love and respect for our last panel darling, because of the love and respect are missing, then that knowledge will not increase in Eman, meaning it will not translate into action.

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Because there are many people who may know a lot about Allah subhanaw taala, for example, about the sephats of Allah. They know they're very knowledgeable of Athena, about Allah soprano data, his actions, his names, his attributes, all the details, the intricate matters of Akita, they're very well versed in that. However, if there is no Merhaba, if there is no respect, then that knowledge will not benefit them. And sometimes it's scary, because a person may be describing a loss of panel data as easily as he's describing, for example, a human being, when it comes across the surface of Allah subhanaw taala is dissecting them is analyzing them as if he's analyzing a human being, this

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is incorrect. Knowledge of Allah must be based on godliness must be based on love, because of love and there are Lima missing, then a man will not increase the or will not increase, hope will not increase and as a result, Ahmad will not increase.

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And we see that it is said that men can Avila who are off Ghana men who are who have that whoever is most knowing of Allah, He is the most fearing of Allah. But this is only possible when knowledge is in the right way.

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One person came to Mr. Malik and he asked about his theory.

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He was asking about who alasa panel data, he must have had a lot of knowledge from before which is why he was asking about what is the what was an ordinary person does not ask about what is the wise, isn't it? He asked a question. And Mr. Malik, when he was asked that question, he was overcome by fear. We learned that he bent his head down. He was sweating. And then he raised up his head and he gave the famous answer that we all know of.

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One was that man who had the confidence to ask very boldly, what is st what

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knowledge is there? And there was Mr. Mallika when he was questioned. You will then shivering he began sweating. He wasn't able to speak and then finally he gave the answer there.

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There's a difference. There is knowledge in both. But what's the difference? One has marhaba and Darlene and the other does not have muhabba entirely. So knowledge can only lead to armor can only lead to the core when it's based on

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love and respect.

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What do we learn in manana eradicate Allahu wa Jalla. This has to be there was a total bomb, the heart must feel the word. Because if it doesn't, then it will not help the person. It will not increase in a person's actions, it will not increase in a person's even. And we all know about the people of the world. Our last panel title describes that method or Latina hamilo dourado Millennium aloha kamatera. Hey, Mary. Yeah, hello. As far as like donkeys were carrying heavy books, who don't benefit from those books. A donkey does not have any respect for those books, he doesn't have any association with them, he doesn't care for them. His heart is not attached to them. But when it

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comes to the knowledge of the knowledge of a loss of panatela, your heart must be involved. Because the cerebellum is what it is being it is a man, and where is a man in the heart. So your emotions have to be involved. If your emotions are not involved, it's dry, it's incomplete.

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It's not beneficial.

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It's not useful. So for knowledge, to be useful for a person, there must be love and respect, and only then it will translate into action. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that indeed, the most knowledgeable of you the most fearful of you of Allah is who? myself Why? Because he had the most level of Allah, the Most fear of Allah, the Most knowledge of Allah.

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And this is why his actions were the best as well.

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So if we want to improve in our actions, we must check the state of our hearts. Is there LOVE is there fear, because if that's missing, then there's a big problem

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that we see there are people who have a lot of knowledge, but no love, no terylene. As a result, their actions don't change. But on the other hand, there are people who have little knowledge, who are not great academics, but they have love, they have talim, and their actions change, isn't it? So? Like, for example, it happens with many people as they start learning the Quran, they say, Oh, it's only a book right? And they start reading the Quran like any other book muhabba is not there thallium is not there, they treat it like a book, they will put it down on the floor, like any other book, they will use it as a as a support like any other book, but there are other people who may not

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be studying the Quran like we're studying, but perhaps they have more respect.

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Which is why whenever the Quran is mentioned, they take it seriously. And we say yeah, this is the verse, but that had these, you know, it abrogates it or this other verse abrogates it and we treat Koran, the text of the Quran, like the text of any other book, or such and such abrogated, but know the meaning of such and such as this. And so and so explain it as that as if you were talking about not the words of Allah, but something else. muhabba darleen have to be there. Don't treat this book. Don't treat this knowledge, like any other knowledge, otherwise, it will not benefit you. And we want to benefit. We don't want to be like donkeys. We're carrying books, that we need to go back to

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the intention again. The way that this book began in the mail, Armando, Binya in America literally in Manoa. intention matters a lot.

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When the Prophet said, you know, this is a state and you're forgiven, in a way they probably had good intention, but they were going a little overboard with it, right. But these days when we mentioned and we want to do extra, we want to do more soon as in our life, more Nevada nolin people are criticizing you say that this is from Prophet sallallahu. And so there is a clear barrier that people want to draw and they say, you know what, he was a messenger of Allah, you don't have to do all those things. Right? I'm thinking the Sahaba, the Allahu anhu, he had a completely different take on it. And with us now, this is like a dissociation you say, Okay, if it's not the Messenger of

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Allah, then it's about Sahaba rhodiola when you know, Allah did it. And you know what they were Sahaba Don't try to be like them.

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And this happens when there is lack of love and Darlene for the dean, because when there is love, then a person will do anything, he will even suffer difficulty. He will strive to become better, he will strive to improve. But when it's just knowledge, dry knowledge, just facts, just information that he will say, yes, that's a harbor today. However, you don't have to do it. If you do it even this is acceptable. This is the bare minimum that you have to do and it's okay for you. Then Then a person gets lost in the technicalities isn't anything that is sufficient. You can not remove you cannot separate emotion from the D. You cannot separate it both go hand in hand. Love is a part of

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the for granted like like a other textbook. We don't respect it as we should. But see, it doesn't mean that

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You should limit your reading of the Quran your study, as I know, if you're studying it the right way, your 1000 will definitely increase your respect will definitely increase. Just imagine the amount of knowledge that Mr. Bahari had. But with that he also had mahabang Tallinn, which is why when he was writing this book, he didn't just write all of the hobbies that he knew know, he performed Lissa knuffel, istikhara. And then he wrote what he wrote muhabbat and

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that is what benefits the person. Same thing, the intention should not be that I do more than profits alone, is that again leads to be that, of course, very true, that we have to follow the way of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and not go to extremes of doing more than him, or less than what he commanded us to do. So less than him, people say, Oh, he was a prophet, they were the companions, we can never reach that level more than him. People say that, oh, he was a prophet, he's forgiven, we need to do more. And this is what leads to better innovation. So even that is incorrect. So what is the only acceptable way? The way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? That can be a feature for you

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on the Day of Judgment, it only has a habit and

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that's very true. Like for example, when is to just study the Quran to know what's in the Quran, okay, you have the knowledge, you have that information. But then another level is that a person learns a plan memorizes studies so that he can understand. And then if there is love, if there is muhabba, then he will recite it, he will apply it, he will reflect on it not just in a formal setting, but even when he's alone. So how does that come a personal relationship? How does that develop with Mahabharata.

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Because when you love something, you are attached to it, when you're attached to it. That attachment is not just in the class, but it's also outside of the class. It's not just when the homework is given. But it's also otherwise it's not for the duration of the course. But it's also afterwards. Some people they're just content with respect and love, and no knowledge,

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respect and love, and knowledge, and all through necessity.

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Many people they are able to carry a very intellectual conversation with regards to the theme, and they'll come off as very knowledgeable, but that practice isn't there because they have no love and respect for that knowledge.

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comes across so clearly. Because you know, he's upset with them. But he's not saying Oh, you're doing this or you're saying this, this is just talks about himself.

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Number 18, when he was taking the pledge of Aqaba from the answer, and there were very few inside and at that time, a few believers, but he was very upfront with them. And he said, Look, you'll get the reward from Allah and the punishment from Allah. So then you're giving the pledge to me, but the reward and the punishment? Yes. So really the personality the prophets are a lot of students coming to light here that how the people said something that made him upset the anger was visible on his face, but he was not harsh in his response. Just look at the statement in an earthquake and what are allama can belay and sufficient and you got a whole big lesson in that. So Chronicle long will be

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handy Ganesha La ilaha illa Anta Mustapha Luca wanted to be assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.