Taimiyyah Zubair – The Beautiful Names of Allah #06

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the meaning of the fruit of a nose and the fruit of a tooth, as well as the history of Islam and the importance of forgiveness and avoiding mistakes. They stress the need for people to develop tolerance and compassion towards others, as it is crucial for building a foundation for sustained success. They stress the importance of protecting oneself and avoiding getting into trouble, while also emphasizing the importance of not exposing past mistakes and not associate anyone with someone.
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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Karim rubbish rocklea sadri were silly emri wash loler Okta melissani yufka. Who coli, Allah homedir Kobe was said deadly Sani what's roots of Hema Colby amin Yoruba alameen inshallah We'll begin with our sixth session today on the class of a smell, Allah Hillhouse now the most beautiful, the most excellent Names of Allah, the Exalted, and we will begin with the name Allah of foo.

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The name of Allah subhanaw taala Allah foo. That ever pardoning that ever forgiving is mentioned many times in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala says in the law, her Cana are full one of the fora that Indeed Allah is Ever pardoning and forgiving, meaning he is extremely pardoning, he is our full, and he is a food meaning very forgiving. So the name of our food occurs five times in the Quran. And our food basically means the one who does our food, meaning the one who pardons and when we look at the word awful, awful, basically means to erase the traces of something. And it also means to exceed in giving. So basically, our full has two meanings. The first meaning is to erase

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the traces of something like for example, our fall, I thought, means when the traces of, you know, someone's footsteps, footprints have been erased, or, for example, our fall Manzil arpha dar, is when the traces of a house even have been erased, meaning there's no sign even left that there was a house there was a building over here, once upon a time, our alpha two alpha two Re Who is when the wind erases, you know, for example, the footprints of someone from the sand. So, this is the the primary meaning of the word of meaning to erase to wipe off to completely obliterate. And then we see that in this meaning are a photo like for example, when a person has our photo, it basically

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means that I have erased, so and so's mistake, meaning I did not punish them, I did not take revenge from them, I just left them as they were. So alpha basically is to do aridol meaning to turn away from someone's mistake from someone's error from their wrongdoing, to completely turn away to not punish to not hold accountable to. So So it means a torque right to leave meaning to not punish. And then as I mentioned earlier, awful also means to exceed in giving. So for example, in the Quran, it is said

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that they ask about what they should spend. So, Cooley Law for say meaning tell people that they should give that which is our full meaning that which is extra. So, awful is fuddle right to that which is more or or that which is extra, or you could say surplus. So when it comes to giving, one way of giving is that you only give what someone needs, what is essential for them, but then awful is to give them more than necessary to be very, very generous towards them. And this is not just in terms of you know, money or material things, but also in terms of you know, facilitating or creating ease for someone.

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laughs who is who is what a laffel is. Now we have two meetings the first meeting is to erase the sins to not punish, to not hold responsible and the other is to give more to increase alcatra was the other. When we look at the name of Allah foo in the Quran, we see that it comes with the name ulpa. The last parameter Allah says for in the Lucha Cana or for one cadila Indeed Allah subhanaw taala is ever pardoning and for the meaning he is perfectly able, meaning when he pardons, meaning he leaves he does not punish someone who has committed sin. It's not because of inability to punish them. Rather, it is out of Allah subhanaw taala his generosity and his compassion towards his

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servant, that he spares the servant, meaning he does not punish the servant. So in the law, how can our full one Kajiura then we see that the name our full also comes with the name of a food that he is forgiving. So for example, in the Lucha Libre for wound or food Indeed, Allah is surely pardoning and forgiving, and as we see here in the Lucha Canada are full one of the four. So when Allah subhanaw taala is our full he is pardoning, it means that he forgives His servants, right and he doesn't just forgive his servants, he also erases their sins. You see, Allah is Allah food, forgiving, but he's also our food, meaning he also erases the sins of his servants, and he does not

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punish them. He does not hold them accountable when they make Toba to him, when they repent to him. So Allah subhanaw taala is our full meaning he forgives, and he erases the sins of his servants. And then secondly, it also means that Allah subhanaw taala is he gives abundantly to his servants, meaning he's Cathedral higher. He is the source of a lot of good for his servants he gives abundantly to them, his favors are unending, he gives in the morning, he gives him the night he is constantly increasing them in goodness. And then when we talk about the pardon, that Allah subhanaw taala gives to his servants, we see that Allah has legislated different ways for our pardon for our

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forgiveness. So for example, there are certain words which if we were to say them, then our sins would be erased. And also there are actions which if we perform them, our sins are washed away, meaning they're erased. Like for example, when a person makes Voodoo, then the sins of that person fall off from him. Right when a person makes such the, then again, their sense fall off from them. So Allah subhanaw taala is allowable, he forgives, he erases sins. And we see that his forgiveness is you know, arm towards all of his servants. But then it is also hos meaning there is also a special kind of forgiveness that he offers to those who seek forgiveness from him. And what happens

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with them is that a Lost Planet Allah says in the Quran for Allah iica uebert de la who say he had to him has an ad, it is not just that their sins are erased, their sins are actually converted into good deeds. So this is this is the pardon and forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala for his special servants. So when Allah subhanaw taala is awful, what does that mean for us? What should we do? It means that first of all, we should also show forgiveness and pardon to people meaning we should overlook the mistakes of people. We should, you know, turn away from their mistakes, not focus on them and not, you know, highlight them and and not obsess over them and not blow them out of

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proportion. When Allah subhanaw taala is so pardoning, why can we not pardon people, and when a person pardons others, when a person turns away from the mistakes of others, then this is a way of earning the love of Allah exalted. We see that Allah subhanaw taala mentions well Cal Amina lave, well are phenol and Ines those who suppress their anger and then also pardon people. And then it is said well Allah who you hibell more sinning, Allah loves those who do good. So who are those who do good, those who suppress their anger and who also show pardon to people. So when you pardon others when you overlook the mistakes of others, then this is a way of earning the love of Allah exalted.

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And then we see that when a person shows pardon, meaning they turn away from the mistakes of others, they don't punish them. They don't take revenge from them. Then this is a sign of taqwa. This is a sign that a person is truly God fearing. In the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala says what unthoughtful Acropolis taqwa

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If you pardon, then that is closer to the core. And when we show forgiveness, then this means that inshallah We will also receive forgiveness. Because we learn in in different a hadith and in different statements of the son of that those who do not show pardon. So those who do not shown mercy are not shown mercy and those who do not show pardon are not shown pardon, meaning when you don't pardon other people, when you don't offer excuses for other people, when you don't forgive other people, when you don't overlook the faults of other people, then the same will be done to you, meaning you will not be treated with clemency, you will not be treated with pardon, and forgiveness

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and compassion. May Allah subhanaw taala protect us. And then we see that when a person you know shows pardon to others, when a person overlooks the mistakes of others, then they also increase in their honor, and in their dignity, as we learned in the Heidi's that woman Zed, Allah who are have done BRF when Illa is that no slave increases

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by showing pardon, except in honor. Meaning when you when you show pardon to others, that is how you increase in honor and dignity. And really, if you think about it, if you have made a serious mistake, and the person against whom you've made that mistake, if they forgive you, if they pardon you, you have so much more respect for them in your heart, you have so much more appreciation for them. So showing pardon is a way of increasing in one's honor, in one's dignity. And of course, there is great reward for those who show pardon to others as Allah soprano thada says from an alpha will aslha for a Jew who are allawah that whoever pardons meaning whoever, you know, forgives others

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and US law who makes amends with others, then his reward is on Allah meaning it is Allah subhanho Toronto's responsibility to reward him, Allah subhanaw taala has taken it upon himself to reward such a slave who, who shows forgiveness to other people. So remember that Allah subhanaw taala is a lot of full he is ever pardoning and he loves to pardon. And this means that we should also show pardon to the slaves, the creation of Allah subhanaw taala. And we and when we look at the example of, you know, the prophets and the righteous, we see that they showed pardoned as well. I mean, the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam forgave people, the way he did not take revenge from

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them. That is something well known. But when we when we look at the companions of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. We see, for example, Abubakar, viola horn, who, when, you know, people spread rumors about our shuttle de la Mourinho and they slandered her and accused her of things that she had not done. And they, you know, spoke really wrong things about her they formed assumption, and they pass their judgment, and they kept on, you know, saying things without even paying attention to what they were saying. And of course, this is something that hurt, I shall do a lot more on hand. This is something that hurts Abubakar I'll do a lot more and who immensely and one of

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the people who was very loud in, you know, spreading rumors about our Chateau de la Mourinho, or at least participating in that was one of the relatives of Abubakar de la Horan, who, and this particular relative, Mr. He was a mohajir, meaning someone who had migrated from Africa and he was actually not that wealthy. So Boko Haram, who used to financially help him a lot. And after this incident of a book called The long war on who, you know, he took an oath that he was never going to spend anything on Mr. Again, because of the way that he had, you know, spread lies in in regards to the honor and dignity of I shall do ohana so Allah subhanaw taala revealed in the Quran that will

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tell you all foghlaim income was Sati. And you too will Korba Wilma Sakina will mohajir Rena feasable illa while we are full well your spa who allowed to a boon al fetullah hula, hula hula fudo Rahim.

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And the summary of this idea is that those people to whom Allah subhanaw taala has given you know, his favor to and he has given them ample wealth, they should not take an oath that are not going to spend on their relatives on those who are a need on those who have migrated in the way of a love and they should well your full well yes for who they should pardon and they should overlook. Because Do you not like do you not love that Allah should forgive you? So Abubakar, Dylan Warren who, when he you know heard this idea this was basically Allah subhanaw taala you know, addressing him, so when he heard this idea of Uber cuddle de la

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Warren who, you know he forgave Missoula, and he continued to spend on him. So, Abubakar de la Mourinho. Pardon someone, you know, he forgave someone who had personally hurt him, who had, you know, personally attacked his family, his daughter, then we learn about or model Viola Mourinho or a lot of the a lot more on who was so just he was so fair as a ruler, and he was so hard working. And we learned that once you know someone came to him, and they basically accused him of being unfair, and our model the Longhorn, who, you know, he got really upset at that time and he was about to punish that particular individual. And someone over there recited the idea who the law for what

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mobiler odfi What are they learning jacquelene that hold on to pardon, meaning keep pardoning pardon once and then twice, and then three times and then again and again who they are for, hold on to pardon meaning keep pardoning what motivated odfi and command what is right, what are they learning enjoy Helene and turn away from those who are ignorant, meaning don't listen to them. So when this idea was recited before him or model, the Longhorn, who stopped meaning he pardoned that person, he ignored what that ignorant person said, and he did not punish him. So we see that in this is the way of the righteous, this is the way of the successful that they show pardon to others. And we should

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always remember that when my sins and my mistakes are so many, and Allah subhanaw taala You know, he is so forgiving that I have hope in his forgiveness. I hope that Allah subhanaw taala will erase my sins, I want that Allah subhanaw taala should not hold me accountable for the wrongs that I have done, then we should also show pardon to others and not obsess over their mistakes, or over their faults. When it comes to calling upon Allah subhanaw taala by this name Allah of foo. There is of course that famous draw, which we're supposed to recite, you know, in the last two nights of Ramadan in hopes of finding little harder that if we make this door only a little colder than that is

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excellent because this is the door that the Prophet salallahu earning seldom taught. And this there are is Aloma in the car for one to hibbeler for far for me, that Oh Allah indeed you are a full meaning you are forgiving you are ever pardoning to hibbeler. For you love to show forgiveness far for I need therefore Forgive me. So this is a dog that yes we make in the month of Ramadan, but we should also make it otherwise when we are you know or seeking forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala and then we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also said that ask Allah for awful and Aafia meaning ask Allah subhanaw taala for forgiveness and for safety and well being. Because no one

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is given a blessing after your pain that is better than Aafia meaning the best blessing that you can have after faith after conviction is well being. So ask Allah for, for what for forgiveness, and for well being. And this is a beautiful door either with the Prophet sallallahu or who sort of taught us a dog that we should make in the morning and in the evening, every single day. It's a little long, but this is so beautiful, it is so comprehensive. And this there is a lahoma in the local area for when our theater for dunya will offer that Oh Allah I asked you for pardon and for well being or for good health in this world and the next Allahumma inni Luca la raffia toughie. Dini, we're early that

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Oh Allah. I asked you for good health in my Deen and my family. And then the dog continues was to our erotic westerleigh alati This version has what Urmila where it was foggy mania day Yo, I'm in Hawaii, we're on the Emini, winy, a Saudi woman fo p what are the bigger an altar Lamin Dotty, they're slightly different versions of this Dora wordings are essentially the same. And the DA begins in the same way Aloma in the SLO colorref. What will our fear where we're asking Allah subhanaw taala for pardon, specifically mirrorless panel Tada, pardon us all.

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The next Name of Allah that we will be looking at is the name of Allah, the web,

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the web, the x, the, the acceptor of repentance, meaning the one who repeatedly accepts repentance from his servants, the one who repeatedly turns towards his servants over and over again, a Lost Planet. Allah says in the Quran in the Lucha what the webull Rahim that Indeed Allah is the Accepting of repentance, the Merciful Allah is the one

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By being the one who accepts repentance, the name of the love occurs 11 times in the Quran. And when we look at the word atolla we see that the web is the one who does the act of taba again and again and again. So there's frequency. Alright. But what is dabba dabba basically means a voodoo or it means to return to return from something back to something. Okay? So when we're talking about the elbow when it went when we talk about repentance, then of course we're talking about the the the slaves, human beings people, when people do Toba, what does that mean? It means that the servant leaves the sin. Right? He feels bad about it. He, you know, regrets doing it. He confesses that you

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know what, I had no excuse to commit it, and then he returns from it. So Toba is what returning from the sin that you realize you're doing something wrong, but then you don't persist over there. Don't buys that you turn back from it, you return to your you know, previous state, previous state of what of obedience to Allah subhana wa Tada. So this is Toba on the part of the slave

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but Toba on the part of Allah, what does that mean? It means that first of all, when the slave does something wrong, when a person does something wrong, then Allah subhanaw taala gives that person the ability, that realization to repent, that realization that what I have done is wrong. What I have said is wrong. What I have written is wrong. I have overstepped, you know, my boundary, I should not have behaved in this way. So, the first, you know,

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part of of Toba from Allah is that Allah subhanaw taala enables the servant to realize his mistake, to realize you know, his sin. Secondly, it means that Allah subhana wa Tada. He, he returns to, you know, forgiveness towards the slave when when the servant repents, because you see, when you realize you've done something wrong, then what does that mean? You will now think about, you know, seeking forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. When you will seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala then Allah subhanaw taala will return to you meaning that Allah that Allah subhanaw taala will show forgiveness to you, he will again become forgiving towards you, he will again bestow His favor upon

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you. And then it means that Allah so panel tada will accept the slaves repentance, so if you think about it, the servant the slave basically turns back to Allah. How many times when a person commits a sin, that How many times do they return to Allah once right that oh, I have done something wrong. Yeah, Allah I turn, I returned to you from this sin, I leave the sin and I go back to you. But Allah subhanaw taala turns towards his servants, more than the servant turns towards Allah. How that your Toba? Your repentance is between two Koba from Allah, how that Firstly, Allah subhanaw taala gave you the realization to repent, so he tabara Lake, right, then you did tober and then Allah subhanaw

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taala accepted your repentance meaning again, Tabar lake. So your Toba is between two blessings from Allah subhana wa Tada. This is why Allah the Exalted is the web, the one who repeatedly returns to his servants, meaning he repeatedly except the repentance of his servants, he accepts the repentance of many servants. He accepts repentance of his slaves from many sins from great sins, and then he returns with many favors. So this is amazing, you know, we turn once but Allah subhanaw taala turns again and again towards us. We don't in the Quran in surah baqarah that one other lady said I made the mistake. Allah subhanaw taala says for tilaka Adam europei kalimat in Fatah barley, in the who

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who autoweb Rahim that Adam received certain words from Allah soprano prana and then Allah subhana wa tada accepted his repentance. So how did other

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Marley's Salaam, learn the words of repentance. Where did he get that from? Allah subhanaw taala taught him. Allah is the one who gave him the ability to repent. And then when Adam repented, Allah subhanaw taala accepted his repentance. Instead of to Toba, we learn about the three companions who stayed back from, you know, going with the Prophet sallallahu earlier, set them on the expedition have to walk. And Allah Subhana Allah says regarding them that so matabele him, Leah tubu he turned to words them in order that they may repent, meaning Allah subhanaw taala turned towards them, he he bestowed His mercy on them, so that they realized that they had done something wrong, and they

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sought forgiveness. And when they did that, Allah subhanaw taala pardon them, he forgave them. So always remember that Allah subhanaw taala does, you know favor on you is greater than your, you know, steps towards him or your repentance towards him. We see that the name of Allah at the web in the Quran, it comes with the name or Rahim in Allah who had the web or Rahim that Indeed Allah is the Accepting of repentance, the Merciful, because, you see, Allah subhanaw taala accepts the repentance of his slave, but then he also bestows His mercy on the slave, meaning that he doesn't leave the slave after that, he also helps the slave. You see, when you leave a sin, it's very hard

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for you sometimes to, you know, figure out what to do instead, right, or how to fix you know, the damage that you have caused, or how to, you know, improve your condition. So when a person makes Toba to Allah, then Allah subhanaw taala bestows His mercy on on that person as well. That last panel thought it helps that person and then we see that the name of Allah autoweb also comes with the name al Hakim, meaning, the one who is wise what anila the web and Hakeem that Allah subhanaw taala is Accepting of repentance ever wise, meaning he gives time and his wisdom to his slaves, so that they may return to Him. So when Allah subhanaw taala is at the web, what does that mean, for

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It means that of course, we should make Toba to Allah. Again and again, because Allah loves the repentance of his slaves. Allah subhanaw taala appreciates it very much when his servants turn back to him. In fact, they only turn back to him when Allah subhanaw taala gives them the ability to realize that the need to turn back to him. So when Allah subhanaw taala has given you the ability, that realization that you turn back to Allah and turn back to Allah make Toba to Allah. And Allah Subhana Allah has commanded us to repent. He hasn't expected perfection from us that we will never make a mistake that we should never commit a sin. No, we are told that couldn't look not that all of

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the children of Adam are sinful, meaning they commit sins, right? They commit errors. But the best of those who commit sins are those who repents, or hydro hopper in a tollbooth, the best of those who commit errors are those who repent to Allah who make Toba to Allah. And when a person repents again and again to Allah, meaning you leave one sin and you return to Allah and then you realize that you're committing another sin and you return to Allah. And then after some time, you fall into another sin and you return to Allah. Then this is something that Allah subhanaw taala loves. In the Quran, we learn in Allah you hate Buta wellbeing. Allah loves the people who make Toba again and

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again, meaning every single time that you return to Allah from any sin, that Allah subhanaw taala loves that. Because when you return from a sin, then this means that you're answering the call of Allah. Right that Allah subhanaw taala invited you to leave that sin and you are answering that call. So Allah His parents are loves that, in Allah you him Buta Wahby. But it's amazing how you know when we make Toba from a from a sin, we think that we should be perfect now. And if we fall into another sin, or if we fall into that same sin again, then we think that you know what, I should not be seeking forgiveness because this is just who I am, I keep falling into the same sin or I keep

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falling into one sin or another. Allah is not going to accept my repentance. No, the fact is that we are encouraged to be of the utter well being, meaning the people who constantly return to Allah soprano tada Les Brown

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It says in the Quran, Allah May Allah and Allah who are Yakubu, Tabata and everybody, do they not know that it is Allah who in fact accepts repentance from his servants. Allah is the one who accepts repentance from his servants. So why are you shy to repent to him? What Why are you hesitating? So repent. And it doesn't matter if you fallen into another sin or the same sin or a greater sin or a lesser sin, you are meant to make mistakes because you are human. But what what makes you good is if you keep turning back to Allah, that he or Allah, I turn back to you so you forgive me. Now when it comes to Toba in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala tells us that tubal Illallah he Toba nasu her that

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Oh, you who believe repent to Allah with the elbow with a repentance that is no sewer? No sewer hasn't. That is sincere, that is honest. And one of the scholars explained that what this means is that first of all, a person repents, meaning they seek forgiveness, how with their tongue. So Toba is, first of all, were on the tongue. How that a person seeks forgiveness. You use your tongue to seek forgiveness that he or Allah forgive me. Yeah, Allah. I'm so sorry. Yeah, Allah, I have done wronged you Please forgive me. So Toba is where it is on the tongue. Secondly, towba is also with the body you turn back to Allah with your body, how would your limbs how that you actually leave the

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sin, you no longer commit that sin with your limbs. So for example, if it is something that you wrote, you erase it, if it is, you know, something that you damage, you go and fix it. So you leave the sin with your body, meaning you you stop, you stop continuing with it. And then thirdly, Toba is also with the heart that with your heart turned back to Allah. And what does that mean? That in your heart, you have that resolve that you know what, I'm not going back to the sin, this was wrong, I should not have done it. And I am leaving it. And I'm not going back to it. And then finally, Toba is also with the person's environment, meaning with your, you know, situation, at times, in order to

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change your actions, you have to change the environment that you're in. So turning away from such places or from situations that lead you to send that tempt you to do what is wrong, then that is also part of Toba. So, for example, if there's a particular app, that every time you use it, you realize that you end up committing sin, then toboe would mean that you get rid of that app, right? You you delete it, you don't use it anymore, you're changing your situation, your environment. So all of this is part of tober May Allah subhanaw taala grant us the ability to tobe to do Toba again and again, and the last point Allah accept our Toba how do we call upon our last panel tada by these

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names, by this name, a corrupt receive, for example, in the Quran, the Dora of Ibrahim Ali Salaam, where when he built the Kaabah him and his son, his Marylou they made different doors and one of the doors was with to berlina in NACA, and that the wobbel Rahim that Oh Allah accept our repentance. Indeed, you are the Accepting of repentance, the Merciful. So when you're making the raw or when you have, you know, completed doing something, something good even then end that with this thought that Oh Allah accept our repentance, you are the Accepting of repentance, the Merciful, then we see that even remodel de la Mora, who reported that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would at times in

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a single setting in a single sitting, say this, there are almost 100 times. Okay? He would say it up to 100 times, which there are Rob Bill fieldly what Toba aleja in NACA entered the wobble of a fork in another version or a beloved lever toolbar layer in the canter to wobble Rahim and what does this mean? That Oh my Lord, forgive me and accept my repentance? Verily, you are the oft returning the most forgiving.

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And we learned that even our model de la Mourinho, any he said that one could count that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said this 100 times before he would get up any he would say the so frequently and the companions would also say this so frequently and this shows us that this is the or that we should actually make in our you know sittings. So for example, you know, sometimes you are just sitting down drinking your

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coffee drinking your tea, maybe with your phone your you know checking your email you're checking all the messages. Then between that you know between your sips say this girl or bill fairly were to barley in the counter to wobble her food or bill fiddly or to bar layer in liquor under the web over him. And then we see that I shall deal on more under reported that the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and would frequently say Subhana Allah He will be handy. A stone fetullah Hawa to buoy that Subhan Allah He will be handy how perfect is Allah and I praise him a selfie Allah wa to LA I seek forgiveness from Allah and I repented to him. So he would say this very frequently. And when I

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shouted for more on her asked the Prophet sallallahu earlier said that how can you say the so frequently he he explained that basically this was because of the surah that either journalist Allah He will forget what I ate an essay the whole Luna feeding lie of wotja for sub base behind the rug because the firewall in the hole cannot awaba that seek for that glorify your Lord, Praise Him and seek forgiveness from him because he is the acceptor of repentance.

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there's also an another very important garowe in which we we say that we are turning to Allah subhanaw taala in repentance, and this there are is subhanak Allahumma will be handed a shadow Allah ilaha illa Anta astok Furukawa Tobu lake and this means that I glorify Allah and I praise Him, I bear witness that there is no god worthy of worship except you, Oh Allah, I seek forgiveness from you and I repent to you, I turn back to you. And we learned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam You know, he taught us to say this at the end of a gathering, even if it is a gathering of wicked beating, when we have been remembering Allah. So for example, you're sitting in a class you

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know, where you have heard you know, a lecture about you know, certain verses from the Quran for example, then at the end before you get up, say this door, because if a person you know, says it, then we learn in the Hadees that cannot kill tonberry Youth Babu alaihe It is like a seal, okay? It is like a seal, meaning that good deed is now sealed for him it is preserved for that person. So panela so make it a habit to say this at the end of a gathering of liquid. Secondly, we see that even even you know, if you've been sitting with for example, your friends or your family, and there was some idle talk some some useless talk where even for example, you made a mistake, like you, you

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know, you started indulging into backbiting, for example, or you were talking about completely, you know, useless random things, unnecessary things, you know, which are neither beneficial in this life, nor are they you know, rewardable in the next life. So, for example, you're just talking about a silly video that you saw, right? A funny video that you saw, you share a joke, etc. So, any This is and sometimes idle talk and even be sinful, right. So, when you realize that you have, you know, spoken at length about what is unnecessary or you have you know, delved into conversation that was inappropriate, then you know, you feel that you feel heavy, you feel very guilty. So immediately fix

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that. How by saying this Dora Subhana Carbonell will be handing La ilaha illa Anta as the federal consumer to buoy Lake, which basically means Glory be to You, our Lord, and I praise you there is no god worthy of worship except you, I seek forgiveness for you and then I repented to you. And we learned that whoever says this at the end of a gathering in which there was some some, you know, useless talk, then a last panel thought, oh, we'll forgive him. Allah subhanaw taala will pardon him. So, you know, don't don't live with that guilt immediately. You know, seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. Then we see that, even after making Lulu, we should say this, what Subhana

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Allah humo will be Hamdi La Ilaha Illa. anta a selfie Luca, what are two bootleg? Very similar wording. In our heads we learned that whoever makes will do and then says this Dora. Then it is written in a parchment and then a seal is placed which will not be broken until the day of judgment. Meeting. This is a way of preserving the reward of what you just did. And because you're seeking forgiveness from Allah and you're repenting to him, then you're turning back to Allah. So inshallah the reward is preserved. And then we see even after Allah Subhana Allah humo behind

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Take a selfie Luca were to buoy lake and this is again what we learned in a Hadees I showed you love more I know reported that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say this after Salah. And then even after the recitation of the Quran number five after the recitation of the Quran, where subhanak Allah humo Behanding La ilaha illa Anta, a stone Furukawa Tobu Lake, these are the wordings. And again, I showed you a lot more on how to report to the Prophet sallallahu already said I would say this, at the end of the recitation of the Quran. And you see, a tober doesn't just mean that you are, you know, returning from a sin. Toba also is that you are returning back to Allah.

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Right? That you are constantly inclining turning towards Allah, you know, seeking his approval, and, and, and trying to, you know, earn his reward. And when a person constantly turns back to Allah, you know, trying to get closer and closer to Allah, than remember that when a person takes one step towards a lot than the last panel thought it takes 10 steps towards him. So May Allah Panther make us amongst those who constantly remember Allah constantly turned back to Allah, that when we make a mistake, we realize we don't become stubborn over there. And we have, you know, no, no pride that prevents us from turning back to Allah azza wa jal.

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The next thing that we'll be looking at is the name of Allah. And haleem.

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And haleem. Allah says in the Quran, where Allah mu and Allah, her food on haleem. And you should know that Allah is Forgiving and forbearing haleem meaning he is forbearing the name of haleem occurs 11 times in the Quran.

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And an haleem is one who has held one who has held and what is held held is it basically means to be calm, okay? To be calm, when in a place or in a situation when one is supposed to be angry.

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And it is to be deliberate, not hasty. And this is why Helm also means intelligence to be intelligent. Why? Because only an intelligent only someone who has intelligence would be calm and deliberate and not hasty. And we see that hidden, you know, for example, it is said yes, no more. Amen. Yes. So boohoo that he treats with forbearance. Him who reviles him. And he imagine someone is insulting another cursing another. And what is that other person doing? They're just calm, right? They're not getting annoyed. They're not getting angry. They're not taking any revenge, not because they don't feel anything, not because they don't care. Not because they don't realize. No, it's

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because because they are so calm, and so deliberate, that they're not, you know, they don't get riled up. They don't get agitated. They don't explode, you know, with with their anger. So, Helm is essentially the opposite of two things. Okay. Helm is the opposite of two things. One, it is the opposite of our agenda of being hasty. So it is to be calm and not hasty. Secondly, it is the opposite of a suffer foolishness, meaning it is to be intelligent, not foolish. Now, if you think about it, hastiness, you know, when you're very quick, in in responding, you know, that someone says something mean, and immediately you respond, then this is, you know, destructive behavior. Why?

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Because a lot of times when people say wrong things, then, you know, they're saying it because of their ignorance, or because of their foolishness. And if you respond hastily, then you are basically not giving them a chance to realize their mistake and to fix, you know, the wrongs that they have done. Right, you're putting them on the defensive immediately, you're not giving them a chance to realize you're not giving them a chance to

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you know, make amends. So, hastiness is destructive, right. And foolishness is just foolishness. It is what it is, right. So haleem is the one who is very, very forbearing calm, deliberate, intelligent, alright, the one who does not get, you know, riled up easily angered so when Allah subhanaw taala is a

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haleem What does that mean?

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It means that Allah subhanaw taala is not hasty in punishing his slaves, meaning when his slaves do something wrong when his slaves commit sin,

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He doesn't punish them immediately. It's not that the moment you, you know, you do something wrong, instantly something falls from the sky and you die. That's that's not the case. Right? There are warnings of this. There are examples of this that, you know, people are doing something wrong and in that wrong action, they're caught. But this is not the general rule. Right? This is not the the common way in which Allah subhanaw taala you know, treats his servants, he's not hasty in punishing his slaves. And then we see that a las panatela is a haleem meaning he gives rest by to the slaves so that they may repent.

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Alright, and then we see that a loss Python is a is a haleem, meaning he continues to provide his slaves despite their wrongdoing. So, Allah subhanaw taala allele when we look at these names in the Quran, we see that first of all this name appears with the name Allah for being the one who is forgiving. So Allah, God says in the who can highly MANOVA fura indeed he is forbearing and forgiving, meaning he does not punish His servants immediately. And as a result of that, with time they realize their mistake, and they turn back to Allah they seek forgiveness, and when they seek forgiveness, they find Allah forgiving meaning a loss, Pousada forgives them. And then we see that

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this name also appears with a lot of money, meaning the one who is rich or free of need. So Allah subhanaw taala says, Allah honey Yoon, haleem, Allah is rich and forbearing meaning

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he he is free of need of his slaves, and yet he is forbearing towards them. You see, sometimes we are forbearing towards certain individuals where we really put up with their, you know, bad behavior with their rudeness. You know, we will not take revenge immediately, even though we want to, but we hold back. Why because we need those people, right? We need those people in our lives. We need them to, you know, work with us, we need them to work for us. So even though we want to, you know, give them a piece of our mind, but we you know, we refrain we don't do that, because we are in need of them. Allah subhanaw taala is not in need of his servants if he wants any he can punish those who

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disobey immediately. Yet he is forbearing and this only shows us how truly great Allah the Exalted is. And then we see that this name also appears with alim meaning the one who who knows, what can Allah who are leemon haleema. Because you see, sometimes people are forbearing towards others, meaning their mistakes. Why? Because they have no idea that you know, someone is doing something wrong, they're not taking any action against them, because they don't even know in the first place, you know, whether something wrong has been done. Allah subhanaw taala is fully aware he's fully knowledgeable of the sins of his slaves, yet he is forbearing. And then we see that the name of

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Allah haleem also appears with Shakuni Willa who shockula on haleem that Allah is very appreciative and forbearing because if you think about it, any deed that we perform, right, any act of worship, even that we perform, it is not perfect, it's full of deficiencies, it is full of errors. And you know, you may have experienced there are certain, you know, teachers for example, who are very who are very hard with you on your mistakes. So, you know, instead of giving you a 60 they will deliberately give you a 59 right, so that you lose your grade and that could literally affect it can have an impact on on your career. Right. So, there's, you know, people are very small hearted, right

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and we only focus on the mistakes of other people. Allah subhanaw taala is Shaku he is so appreciative that He rewards his slaves abundantly and he is hellene meaning he knows the deficiencies, the shortcomings of his slaves, yet he is forbearing towards them. Allahu Akbar. So Allah subhanaw taala is a haleem meaning he is not hasty in punishing his slaves. And if you think about it, people say the most to wrong the most absurd the most, you know inaccurate, disrespectful things about Allah subhanaw taala sometimes out of ignorance sometimes I

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have their pride sometimes out of foolishness. And and, you know we as people we do wrong, we disobey Allah even though we know what you know what sin is, we know what Allah Subhana Allah has forbidden. But despite the fact that there's so much disobedience going on Allah subhanaw taala does not punish his slaves immediately, because he is highly, he knows what his slaves are doing, yet he does not punish them immediately. And remember that him can only be on the part of you, no one who is able to show anger, who is able to punish

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him can only be on the part of one who is able to take revenge, who is able to show anger, right, because only then it is a sign of strength. If someone you know does not get angry, because they know that they cannot do anything, they're helpless, even if they get angry, then that that is not strength, that that is not powerful, that just shows they're so weak. They're so incapable. But Allah subhanaw taala is fully able to punish His servants, yet he is forbearing towards them. So in the Quran, we learn Willow, you see the Allahu Nasser below me him mad tharaka lay him in dub, if Allah who are to punish people for their wrongdoing, he would not have left on the earth, a single

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living creature, meaning, then his punishment, his anger, his wrath would fall upon them. And nobody would be able to survive this, this earth would not survive, because our sins are so many.

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Analysts Python is haleem meaning he gives time to his servants so that they can realize their mistake, they can, you know, be better they can seek forgiveness. And you think about it, you know, sometimes, you know, when you take a course, the first test that you take, you know, you don't really get great marks, but then by the time that the second, you know, test comes around you, you kind of have, you know, a better understanding of the, you know, course content so you study harder. But imagine if your entire grade depended on one test, right? One test that would be so hard. And Allah subhanaw taala does not treat us like that. Allah subhanaw taala gives us a chance to learn

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from our mistakes, to realize our mistakes so that we can improve our condition. We see that in a hadith the Prophet sallallahu earlier said on set that Indeed Allah the Exalted, extends his hand out in the night, meaning inviting His servants to repent. Why, so that the person who committed sin by you know daytime can now repent in the night, right? And then the person who committed sin in the night can now repent in the daytime, meeting, Allah subhanaw taala is always inviting His servants to repent to him.

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And then we see that a lost Pantheon is an haleem. Meaning even though people do such, you know, wrong things, he still continues to provide them. This is his Hill, that he does not withhold his favors from them because of their sinning. Think about it if someone does something wrong to you, right? Even if it's your own children, what do you do consequences? Right, your privileges will be taken away. Unless parents aren't it isn't does not treat us like that meaning for every sin, He doesn't give us consequences immediately. Right? This is his forbearance towards us. So what should we do when Allah subhanaw taala is a haleem. It means that first of all, when we do something wrong,

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we should not get deceived, we should not get fooled by his forbearance. That because I was not punished because I didn't see any negative consequences of the sin that I just committed. I'm fine, I'm good. Nothing bad is going to happen to me. No. And I had this leader and that Allah subhanaw taala gives respite to the wrongdoer.

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Until when he seizes him, he does not leave him. Meaning you have time until you are spared until a certain time until a certain you know.

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Point, but then

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after that, there's no more chances. So don't get deceived by Allah subhanho todos forbearance. Secondly, when Allah subhanaw taala is a haleem This means that we should also show him to people, meaning we should also be tolerant and forbearing Why? Because Allah subhanaw taala loves him

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in a hadith sweeter and that one some people

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came to visit the Prophet sallallahu earlier Salaam. And you know, everybody, as soon as they arrive, they just ran towards the Prophet sallallahu already said them exactly as they were. And you could you can imagine they were traveling from a far distance they were, you know, covered in, you know, dust, their clothes were dirty, they were sweaty, they were tired, etc. But one of them, he actually went, he washed up, he changed. And then he came and met the Prophet sallallahu already who was the Prophet sallallahu Ordos and and said to him, that you have two qualities which Allah subhanaw taala loves, and one of them you mentioned is unhealed. Meaning, meaning forbearance. So,

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so, Helen, when people you know, they are forbearing, towards others, that are patient with others, then this is something that Allah subhanaw taala loves, and in Him is strength, right? Meaning, when you are tolerant of the mistakes of people, then this shows that you are strong on the inside. But when you're intolerant, where every little thing, every little mistake, you know, is annoying you it is bothering you, then this shows that there's inner weakness. And we see that when we show him, then this is really the way of Islam. This is really the way of correcting people. You see, for example, when when a child is learning how to write, you have to allow children to make mistakes,

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right? make mistakes, get messy, because that is how you learn. And if they're not allowed to make any mistakes, then they get scared. Right? They get extremely discouraged, and they don't want to try. So the way of him is, is the way of Islam. It is the way of winning hearts, when we don't show him we make matters worse, right? This is destructive, our immediate judgment of people, our immediate criticism, our wrath, our fury, you know, it puts people on the defensive. And then what happens is that instead of paying heed to what we, you know, won from them, they're so focused on defending themselves, you because their ego has been hurt, their self respect has been hurt. So they

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don't care about what you are advising them with. They're just only concerned about defending themselves. So him leads to Islam. It leads to you know, people correcting themselves improving themselves and intolerance. impatience is, you know, it is destructive, it is damaging. And then we see that hanham is also the way of the righteous, Ibrahim right Islam is described in the Quran as Ibrahim Allah haleem on a waha muneeb Ibrahim Ali Salam was Helene very forbearing his son is married for Bashar now who believe in Halle, a very forbearing son, like father like son. And then we see that, you know, if Allah subhanaw taala is an haleem, then we should also show tolerance to

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people. You see, people do not spare anyone, right? People say wrong things about Allah. They said wrong things about the prophets of Allah, they accused the prophets of Allah. So what do you think, are you going to be spared? Nobody's going to be spared, you are going to get hurt by what people say and by what people do. So you have to develop calmness, you have to develop tolerance and forbearance, where you learn to overlook and ignore, you know, the wrong in other people. And you don't get you know, emotional right away. You don't get you know, frazzled or you know, frazzled. You don't get annoyed, you don't start, you don't become impulsive, basically. Right. haleem is

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someone who is not impulsive, someone who is very deliberate and careful. So how can we develop help? How can we be more forbearing? First of all, develop compassion for people. Right? Be merciful towards them. That instead of just looking at, oh, how dare they attack me? How dare they disobey me? How dare they, you know, do this wrong? Look at it this way. That old, poor guy he doesn't realize, right poor child doesn't know. Right? So when you look at people with compassion, that they don't understand, they don't know, they don't even know this much, then you're not going to get angry with those who are ignorant. You're going to be very, very tolerant. And forbearing you see

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the famous incident where that man came, that Bedouin came, and he grabbed, you know, the shell of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and pulled it and the prophets Allah who are his son was moving at that time, so basically the shell rubbed against the neck

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called the Prophet sallallahu where he said I'm leaving a mark. And that Arabi that Bedouin said to him, that give me some of the wealth that Allah has given you. What was the response of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, that How dare you touch me? How dare you touch my clothes? How dare you demand like this? First we'll learn some other than than talk to me. No, we learned how these two the Prophet salallahu already sent him actually left. And he smiled at that man. Why? Because he knew that this Arabi this veteran was so eager to, you know, get worldly things to get money, that he couldn't wait. Right? He he was coming, you know, from his, you know, small mindedness. And this

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is the reason why he was behaving the way he was behaving. So the Prophet salallahu, Urdu, so I'm just smiled, you know, he just left. So

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when you have compassion towards people, when you have empathy, when you realize why they're saying what they're saying, why they're doing what they're doing, then you don't get annoyed immediately. Right? Understand the weaknesses of people understand their imperfection, and you will, you will have empathy towards them.

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As adults Also, remember that as long as you are forbearing, and you show pardon to people, then you will also receive the help of Allah subhanaw taala. And another thing that can help us develop him is the fear of Allah, that if we are not, you know, forbearing towards people, and we start, you know, pointing out every single fault in them that Oh, you did this wrong, you did that wrong, you made this mistake, you didn't do this. And you know what, sometimes, this is all that we're focused on. You know it within a household. What's happening? You know, for example, a woman is constantly counting since morning, what her husband did not do, right? You did not put the put your cup away,

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you did not, you know, put the garbage away. You did not put your dishes away. You did not do this, you did not do that. If you're so focused on the mistakes of other people than just consider for a moment what if Allah subhanaw taala held you accountable for every wrong thing, and every wrong thought that you have had since the morning? Just think about it, every single wrong action that you've done, or every deficiency of yours. And even when we praise Allah, there's so many imperfections, where where is our mind, right constantly wandering? Sometimes we make mistakes and Salah we don't even realize we've made mistakes. Right? So you show forgiveness to other people, you

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know, be forbearing towards them, in hopes that our last panel Tara will be forbearing towards you. You don't be so hard on others, in hopes that Allah subhanaw taala will be easy with you how to call upon Allah subhanaw taala with the sname a beautiful draw. You're an ambassador of your loved one who said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say this thrugh during affliction mean in delcamp. When he was in some difficulty, then he would say this door. What is this da La ilaha IL Allah hula de Mille haleem there is no god worthy of worship. But Allah who is an alim, the great al haleem the forbearing La ilaha illa Allah who Rob Bullough, Charlene, there is no God,

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worthy of worship except Allah, Who is the Lord of the great throne, La ilaha illa Allah who rhombus silhouette, wearable art of aura bhullar shall carry, there is no god worthy of worship except Allah Who is the Lord of the Skies and the Lord of the earth and the Lord of the noble throne. So, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would repeat it would say this, when in a state of calm, and this is a habit that we should also develop that when we are when we are experiencing some difficulty, some anxiety, whether it is you know, because of our family or because of our financial condition or because of, you know, what someone has said to us, then say these words, La Ilaha,

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Illa, hula or we will haleem. You see, we, we mentioned the name of haleem over here that allows for bearing that we hope that you know, what we are experiencing is not a punishment from Allah because Allah is Al haleem. Right? We declare his oneness. Why because what we're saying is that everything is in Allah subhanaw taala has control. Right? So say this da when you are in difficulty as well. The last panel Tara, make matters easy for you. The next is the name of Allah and her you notice this is different from a hay and hay is the ever live

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This is a how ye there's two years over here. And and Hawaii is the one who has higher meaning the one who is very modest, the one who is very shy. This this name of allah appears in the Sunnah doesn't occur in the Quran. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the Robuchon tabarrok Allah tala. Hey Yun Karim on yes the heme in our of de that your Lord the blessing an exalted is modest and generous Hajji. He is ever modest khadim he is ever generous. Yes, the heme in our D, he's shy of his slave, either Rafael de la, he wrote the humorously for that one the says that when the slave raises his hands before Allah, begging him, Allah, Python is shy to return them empty

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handed, meaning he would never return such hands of his slave without gain or loss problems, Allah will put something in those hands, he will give something to his servants. So we see in this Hadees that the name of Allah how ye is mentioned.

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yeah, like I mentioned how he is one who has higher up and higher Generally, we translated as, you know, modesty or shyness higher is basically to feel it's, it's described as a shrinking of the soul from foul conduct. Okay. Meaning

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that when that basically a person feels apprehension or uncomfortable, very uneasy, about, you know, doing something that they believe is unpleasant, right, that they believe is wrong, that they believe is, you know, incorrect, why? They, they, they shrink from it, they, you know, they have apprehension towards it out of fear of blame, right or out of that belief that, you know, this is something wrong. So, here is basically, that feeling within a person which prevents them from doing what is wrong.

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It prevents them from exceeding what is acceptable, right, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, in a Hadith, we learn either lampmaster, he first nirma schita, that when you don't have higher, when you don't have shyness, then do whatever you want, why? because China has had it, it withhold you, it prevents you, it stops you from foul conduct, right from doing what is wrong. And when a person does not have higher, then they basically do whatever they want. They basically say whatever they want. So he is one who has higher. Now remember that when it comes to shyness, right or shame, there is a healthy expression of shame, or higher, and there's an unhealthy expression of

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shame or higher, a healthy expression of higher for example, is that out of higher a person does not, you know, say rude words, okay? Or that the way that a person talks to others, they are respectful, why out of shyness, they're too shy to use foul language. Okay. an unhealthy expression of higher is, for example, out of, you know, shame out of shyness, a person does not recite Quran, right? Or does not, you know, press Allah because or others are going to watch me and it's, it's too embarrassing. So you see, here is that feeling from inside that's going to prevent you from doing something. There's a healthy aspect of it, and there's an unhealthy aspect of it. So when we're

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talking about how we're, you know, that is praiseworthy, or that we're supposed to have, then it's, then it's always the Praiseworthy, when it's it's always the healthy one, right.

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Now, when Allah subhanaw taala is unhappy, what does that mean?

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I want you to think about this Hadees where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Allah is heavy and he is too shy to return, you know, the slaves of his servant empty handed meaning most parents are always put something in in the raised hands of his sleeve. So remember that the last panel thought is higher is higher of generosity, okay. Meaning, he is, he is high ye. So he is not stingy. Rather, he is generous. He is happy. So he is not, you know, harsh and unfair. rather he is compassion.

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In it towards his servants, he is heavy, which is why he shows pardon to his servants, he is heavy, meaning he is shy to or meaning he would not, you know, reject the, the is the father of his servants rather he would, he would pardon them, he would show mercy to them and he would show compassion towards them. So, Allah subhanaw taala is higher is not like the higher of people, it is the higher of generosity, okay, it is the higher of compassion, pardon and mercy,

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no one Allah subhanaw taala is unhappy, it means that he is Cathedral higher right. So, he continues to give, he continues to you know, conceal the sins of his slaves, and he continues to spare his servants also, where he keeps giving them chances, right and he and he keeps you know, concealing their sin so, that they realize and the turn back to Allah subhanaw taala. So, when Allah subhanaw taala is unhappy, what does that mean for us, this means that, we should also have higher up because Allah is heavy and he also likes HIA. And remember that when it comes to higher up, we must learn with the proper expression of higher is, okay. Sometimes what happens is that we think higher is

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just in, you know, clothing, or higher is, you know, just in, you know, a woman being hidden, always, right, higher is more than just that. Higher, we see, the right expression of higher is that a person is shy to be verbally abusive. A person is shy to, you know, do what is wrong or to say what is wrong.

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We learn in the Quran that in Allah hilarious the heat and yada yada mathema berubah 10, from our folk Aha, that Indeed, Allah is not shy, to give the example of a mosquito, or what is, you know, more insignificant than that, meaning Allah is not shy of the truth. Right? Allahu Allah is the human will help Allah is not shy of the truth. So we should have higher but that higher should not mean that we are too shy to speak the truth to believe in the truth to live the truth.

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Then we see that, you know, once some people came in the gathering of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, or one person, he came forward, you know, and he found a spot and he sat there all the way at the front and other person, you know, he just sat at the, at the back and other person, he came, and he was too shy, and he left, right. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about the third person, that festa here for study Allah whom in who, when he was too shy, meaning and he, meaning as a result of his China's, he did not come forward, he turned away, then Allah also turned away from him. So we should have the right kind of shyness, not China's that prevents us from doing

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what is right. And then we see that, you know, I'm zulema de la Mourinho, she came to the Prophet salallahu, Urdu Sena once and she said that Allah is not shy of the truth, right in the law, hilarious to him and I'll help Allah is not shy of the truth. And then she asked a question. So meaning it was a very awkward question. But she wanted to know what the truth was. So she began with the statement that Allah is not shy of the truth. So I want to learn what the truth is about this matter what the right thing to do is.

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So we should have higher but the right kind of higher meaning its its expression should be in the right place, and in the right way. And I had these returns of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that in they'll hire

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that they'll hire a law firm for well over a year that hire are five and Gary, are you listening? Larry you will call. It is the it is their eat of the tongue, not that of the heart, meaning that modesty, abstinence and restraint. Okay, modesty, abstinence and restrained. This is the restraint of the tongue, not of the hearts. Right? Not of the heart, meaning in your heart You're supposed to have, you know, the right Amen. Right. You believe in the truth you're passionate about it. But what what restraint means is that you restrain your tongue, right, that shyness should prevent you from saying what is inappropriate from saying what is wrong, and you know, sometimes we become so

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aggressive in in talking to people in

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advising people are so aggressive and so rude and so shameless in the way that we talk to people, you know, we, we, we have heard a few things we have read a few lines and we think that we know everything. And we are, you know, the most learned and our judgment concerning certain matters is, is the absolute ultimate truth and everyone must adhere to that. And then we start imposing it on people and we come across as So, you know, aggressive and harsh and rude. And this is not correct, because restraint is supposed to be in the tongue. So, when Allah subhanaw taala is unhappy, we should also have higher the right kind of higher meaning we should express it in the right way.

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Secondly, we should have higher of Allah, we should have higher of Allah, meaning we should remember that Allah subhanaw taala is watching us, right? That there is no place no time when we can hide from Allah. Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran will matter Kunal fisherton in one matthewman human Quran in well, Atal Dharma, Luna, Mina, Hamelin Illa, coonara alaykum Shahada that you are not in any state meaning no matter what state you're in, no matter what portion of the Quran you recite, no matter what did you are you are performing except that we are witnesses over you meaning the last panel tada is witnessing, he is watching you. When you know in, in whatever state that you're in,

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you're being watched by Allah. So have high of Allah, alright have shyness of Allah, that my lord is watching me, you know had these we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Urdu set himself to a man that I advise you to be modest in front of Allah, as you would be modest in front of a righteous man among your people, meaning how would you behave if a righteous person appeared before you? You will become so polite, so careful, you know, so deliberate, so kind, you know, you will start making because you know, you will, you will guard your eyes, you will become so careful. So, Allah subhanaw taala is always watching you have higher of Allah as well. Then we learned that once the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that be modest before Allah as is his right. So the people said, O Messenger of Allah, we are modest before Allah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said rather modesty before Allah as is his right, is that you guard the head and whatever that runs through it, okay? You guard the head and whatever that it contains. Meaning that whatever goes through your mind, right, your thoughts, you guard them, what is on your head, you have your ears, you have your eyes, right? You have your mouth. So what are you doing? What are you listening to? What are you saying? What are you looking at? have higher of Allah with regards to what you're listening to what

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you're saying? What you're looking at what you're thinking, have higher of Allah? And then he said, and guard the stomach and what it contains? What fills the stomach? Meaning, what are you eating? Where are you getting that from? How much are you eating? Right, how excessively Are you eating? How greedily Are you eating? Did you even thank Allah subhanaw taala for it, and to reflect upon death and trials, right. So this is, this is to have the right kind of higher with Allah subhanaw taala. And then when Allah subhanaw taala is unhappy, it also means that we should keep calling upon Allah. Because when you when Allah is unhappy as we learn in the Hadees, he is shy to return the slaves

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hands empty handed, right? Meaning he will definitely give the slave something. So always ask Allah always call upon him. And what that means is that even if you are not going to be given right away what you asked for, right, you're going to be given something, you're going to be given something and and what could that something be, it could be something better, it could be something lesser, it could be the immediate reward off, you know, remembering Allah of talking to a lot of making draw of worshiping Allah of obeying His command that that you know, you should make draw, Allah will give you something. So never hesitate and never stop calling upon Allah subhanaw taala because Allah is

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Al hayy. The The one who is shy, the one who is modest, the one who is ever generous, ever compassionate, so be hopeful and keep calling upon Allah. Then we will look at the name of Allah cities.

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A city that ever concealing or the one who who conceals His servants. Now, the name of Allah city

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Again, it appears in the Sunnah where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in Allah Azza wa Jalla Holleyman, her Yun citirano three names of Allah mentioned here, that Indeed Allah is forbearing he is, he is shy and he is citied meaning he conceals the servants, your head will hire our setter, he loves higher modesty and ascetic concealment. Therefore, for either with a Salah has become fairly aesthetic. So when any one of you takes a bath then let him conceal himself. So, the name of citied appears in the Sunnah. Now a citied is one who conceals again and again and Sutton or sychar okay basically mean to veil to conceal to cover something why in order to hide it. So citied

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like Sidi meaning the one who conceals again and again right. So it denotes frequency and repetition of the action. So, remember that it is cities not set off, okay because some people think that the name is set up, it is not set down the name of Allah is cities, okay.

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When Allah subhanaw taala is a citied What does that mean? It means that he conceals His servants in this world and in the Hereafter, right? Meaning that he conceals their sins, He covers their sins in different ways, and in the hereafter also, he will cover the sins of his righteous servants, right that famous hardyston which we learned that the last panel title will speak to the believer in private, right and unless pounce Allah will make him acknowledge his sins The Did you commit this Did you commit this in the servant will acknowledge meaning the last point I will not hold him accountable, will not question him in front of everybody, so that his sins are exposed. Now, last

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panel, tada protect us, any cities, the one who conceals His servants in this world and in the Hereafter, he is a citied which is why he commands that people should conceal themselves, right, they should cover themselves and he is a citied meaning he does not like the exposure of what is indecent, right, he does not like that indecency, you know, should should spread among people or should be spoken off. And when it comes to, you know, people concealing themselves This is of course, in the tangible way, where people conceal their, you know, body, there are a lot of parts of the body that should be covered. Meaning that that people should not be naked. And then secondly,

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concealing oneself is also in the intangible sense, where you conceal your, your deficiencies and your since meaning you don't go on exposing your sins, you don't go on telling people about your sins. Why because when Allah subhanaw taala has concealed your sin it means that he has favored you. Right, it means that he has given you he has granted you security. Why so that you repent to Allah you seek forgiveness from Allah, you make use of the time that he has given you, you worship Him, so that in sha Allah but by the time you know you meet him, you earn his forgiveness, and then your matter in the Hereafter is good. But if you conceal your sin, then this is the sorry if you expose

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your sin then this is problematic in many ways, and inshallah we'll talk about that. In a how these we learned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, that everyone from my oma will be forgiven, except those who sin in public.

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Among them is a man who commits an evil deed in the night that Allah has hidden for him, meaning in the night, a person did something really wrong. But Allah subhanaw taala conceal that sin for him. Why? Because it was the night nobody found out. But then in the morning, that person says, All people, I have committed this sin Subhan Allah or people I have committed this sin, Allah subhanaw taala actually concealed his sin, but this person went and exposed his sin to others. So such people are not pardoned. Alright, such people are not pardoned, who was pardoned, who is forgiven, the one who's you know, everybody, right, except for those who go and expose their sins. So remember that

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sitted conceal concealment is actually a blessing from Allah exalted. It is a favor from Allah, because of all of our sins were exposed, any, it would be so embarrassing. If sins had a smell, then we wouldn't be able to sit next to each other, we wouldn't be able to be with one another. So when Allah subhanaw taala conceals our sins, he is bestowing a huge favor upon us. You know the irondequoit

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unworldliness, Panasonic says Adam Thoreau and Allah sobre la con maphis summer wati warmer Phil although us WLR la come near mahul la hirasawa bellina that Allah has amply bestowed upon you His blessings both la Hara were both cleaner, meaning the manifest and the hidden.

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So even our Vasco de la Martin, who said about this, that Nirmal la hidoe, the really obvious manifest blessing is the blessing of Islam, the blessing of Quran and the bar cleaner, the hidden blessing is the fact that Allah conceals your sins for you. And he does not punish you immediately. Allah does not punish you immediately. rather he conceals your sense for you. So when Allah subhanaw taala conceals your sins? What should you do when Allah is a citied? What are we supposed to do? It means that first of all, we're supposed to honor the city and appreciate the city that Allah has cast on us. When Allah has covered our sins, we should not expose them, we should not go and talk

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about them. Why? Because when you do that you belittle yourself in your own eyes, you degrade yourself in the eyes of people, you make people a witness against yourself. And you're basically promoting a culture of disobedience that people will think hey, she, she, you know, committed sin, or he committed sin. I can also do it right and openly flaunting one sins is basically what disrespect to the commands of Allah. That Yeah, I know this is how long but you know what, I had to do this, right? It was it was fun, a stuffit Allah, and he This is extreme disrespectful, disrespect to Allah. And it only creates a culture of disobedience. It only encourages people to, you know,

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commit more sin

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than when Allah subhanaw taala is a citied What does that mean? It means that we should cover ourselves meaning properly cover our bodies, and this is for both men and women. You know, sometimes when we're talking about modesty, or you know, proper covering, etc. We we think that this is only for women, but this is also for men, Allah, tada says in the Quran, ye bunny Adam, and zelner alaykum lieberson USD. So article mauritia that all children of Adam, we have indeed sent down upon you clothing, which hides your body. And it's also you know, a means of adornment for you. So, yes, clothing, you know, beautifies you but that's not the only objective of clothing. It's, it's meant

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to conceal us. So Allah subhanaw taala legislated this verse he he commanded us that we should cover ourselves properly. Then thirdly, want to last panel thought is a citied it means that we should also conceal other people, meaning that we should, you know, conceal the sins of others. But even when we find out, you know, we have a feeling sometimes that someone has done something wrong, then don't talk about it. Right? Don't spread it don't gossip. Because people who speak of the sins of others without evidence, then for them is severe punishment. Right? hurling accusations at innocent people. And remember, a person is innocent until proven guilty. Right? So hurling accusations at

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people you need this is something that brings about illegal punishment, which is known as known as head cut off, right the punishment of slander. And this means that we should also conceal the faults of others so that we can be concealed. Unless piloti will conceal our faults. Our since it had these we learn that lie is through our burden, our burden for dunya Illa cetera hula who will pm no slave conceals another slave except that Allah subhanaw taala will conceal him on the Day of Judgment, meaning when you conceal, you know the sin of another, than a loss penalty will conceal your sins on the Day of Judgment. I see sometimes what happens is that given that you are close friends, or that

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your close family, you know, you you end up seeing, you know, wrong things or mistakes of, you know, of the people who are closest to you. So when you expose them, you, you know, you tarnish their reputation, you embarrass them, then this is this is not healthy behavior at all. You're putting yourself at risk. We learned that once a man asked has an adversity that I know about a certain sin that you know, a person commits, should I tell people about it? He said yes. Subhan Allah, Allah, He said also Han Allah do not do that. Do not do that. And remember that if someone made a mistake once upon a time in the past, Allah subhanaw taala buried it in the past, let it remain buried.

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We learned that once a man

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proposed the sister of another men for marriage. And what happened is that the man meaning the brother of that woman, he said to the guy that you know, my sister committed Zina once upon a time.

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So remodel de la Mourinho when he found out that the man said this about his sister, he almost beat him. Why? He said Malika will harbor? A Why did you have to say that? You You are, You have no right to say that what she did in the past, what she did of sin is, you know, between her and her Lord, now you don't go telling other people. Right? So what has happened in the past has happened. And sometimes people make this huge mistake where they actually ask one another, you know, What sin did you commit? I tell me about your past sins was Subhanallah people are getting married in the start, you know, asking each other or after marriage they ask each other. So did you have an affair with

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anybody? Did you have a boyfriend? Did you have a girlfriend? Did you have a crush on someone? Did you have a relationship with anybody any what benefit is this information? This is useless information. In fact, you are exposing your you know your sin, that Allah subhanaw taala concealed for you. So So don't do that. Do not expose the sins of others and do not expose your own sense. Even when it comes to the dead, meaning when someone has died, then you should conceal him. So for example, in a Heidi's we learned that MANOVA, salmonella, solemate, and fossa tahu, cetera, hula homina de Loup, that whoever gives a bath to a deceased person and conceals him, because sometimes

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what happens is that when you're giving a bath to you know, the deceased, you witness certain things, which can be very frightening, like, for example, a stench or for example, you know, certain things which make you wonder, what, what kind of a person were they, right, or the fact that their body was not clean at all, or, for example, a woman you know, she's got fake nails, and or hair dye. And so the color of the hair dyes constantly coming off, and things like that, when you witness something like this, when giving a bath to the deceased, conceal that information, don't go on telling everybody about it. Why? Because when you will do that, then the last panel title will

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conceal your sins.

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And this is, you know, really wanting the best for other people that you conceal their sense for them. You don't publicly shame them. Remember that, you know, publicly shaming people that has its place. And it's you know, certain reasons, but it is not the general rule. The general rule is that you conceal the sins of people and your own sins. It is only in exceptional cases, exceptional cases, where you are supposed to, you know, publicize the wrongs of certain individuals. And that has its reasons which we're not going to be discussing right now. When Allah subhanaw taala is a city that means that we should also not pursue the faults of other people, right that if Allah spawn

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tada has hidden them, let them remain hidden. Don't don't, you know, form assumptions and then go and investigate. And then spy. No, don't do that. Because when you will pursue the faults of other people. Then Allah subhanaw taala will humiliate such a person. We learn in a hadith that Allah will search for his fault. And if Allah searches for the fault of anyone, he disgraces him in his own house, meaning a person will not even be safe in his own house. Then we see that when a last thought is a city that that means that we should seek, that we should beg last pantherella to conceal, you know our sins to conceal our faults. And in order to do that, we should give sadaqa we should give

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charity, we learn the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever is able among you to conceal himself and yes, that they are Amina now, then to conceal himself from the fire, then he should do that, even if it is by half of a date. Right meaning gifts other and then finally control your temper. Why? Because in Heidi's leader and woman Kapha Cordoba who settled Allah who are loyal to who whoever

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in restraints, has anger, then Allah subhanaw taala will conceal his faults and his deficiencies. How can we call upon Allah? Allah by this name, same girl Allahumma India's arugula raffia the fifth dunya will a hero

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in the morning and in the evening, part of this Dora is Allahumma sturaro rotti. You can see in the second line Allahumma stood our Lottie that Allah conceal my my false right, conceal my faults, what am illawarra T and calm my fears? And this is again a beautiful two hour that we should make in the morning and the evening Mila soprano Tada. Pardon us.

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May He conceal our mistakes May He give us the realization to repent from our sins and May he accept our repentance inshallah we'll conclude over here. So panicle lahoma will be handed a shadow Allah ilaha illa Anta esta heruka water to the lake was Salam alaykum. warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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