Advice for the Student of Knowledge

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Selene Nabina Muhammad Anwar Ali he will be here tomorrow but

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I was debating about this night Should I give a speech or not? Should I save my energy for tomorrow where I will be talking, inshallah coauthor course, about out of sight talking about the angels, the jinn and the paddock

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Crusher, they save my energy since I'm not being filmed very well, since yesterday with all this traveling, or should they come? Then I thought about it, I said, there is nothing can bring more energy to the soul to the body than seeing you guys. So I believe that this is will add to my energy of this as well hold me shala to feel better by meeting my brothers and sisters in this night and to talk about a very special and important topic. It's the path to failure. I would like to talk today to the student of knowledge to those who seek knowledge, those who learn and especially those who are serious learner, that they want to learn their Deen. They want to be capable of understanding

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the team the way that the companions of Muhammad Sallallahu sunlamps understood.

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And I will classify my topic and I promise you it's going to be a short one today

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into three main areas. The one I would like to talk about this tidbit of knowledge with himself in his way to Phil. And I will explain why exactly choose the way path develop. Then after that I will talk about the secret knowledge with his old with her family, then with their society.

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First of all, I know this is Mr to Allah Hadith, I'm going to delete the other Hadith. and choosing the path to fit is a quite interesting title.

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But I chose that because there is no separation as you will see, between the third Hadith they go alongside together and you cannot separate them. And when the oma separated the fifth from the Hadith, we lost the fifth and the oma separated the Hadith from the FEHB will also the science of it as understanding to the textual evidence or to the statements in the action of the prophets on a larger audio segment. First of all, I would like to say to the to this to myself and to all brothers and sisters here today. This tidbit of knowledge Spider Man FC with himself. First thing comes to my mind, the intention, this is something very important. And believe me it's not something for

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granted. It's not something easy. A lot of student of knowledge, a lot of practicing Muslims, they take the issue of the eyes if it is yeah and he already been taken care of. He didn't need to question and Nia is a very hard thing. And imants of nearly 30 Rahim Allah, which is one of the greatest among among the tablet in he was described once as kind of soufiane fiza manic depressive manic. So Fianna 30 people used to look up to him the same way the companion needs to look up to overcapacity. This is one of the greatest demands of the history of Islam. He also have your authority. Yeah, and he used to say I haven't seen anything more difficult to deal with it. Then the

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intention, then the intention, Hector rahima, Hola, hola, Bella, coola Hadith in the holy law, every single Hadith that you ever generate, in any gather in any class in any location, it was 100% 100% pure intention.

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Kind of cool. Heidi lilla had Aziz, that's very hard to say. Yes. It's very hard to say. I mean, those people are very sincere. It's not like they sang that they saying that out of sincerity.

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intention and purifying your intention is something hard because one of the natural things every human beings, every human being want to feel significant. Want to fish that's something natural and in humans, so sometimes this feeling this natural feeling can take over your intention. Can a little bit corrupted intention.

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And that's what you need to struggle with it all the time to remember, is it really the last paragraph? Is this really will please the last paragraph? Is this really what Allah subhanaw taala want from me here? And now? This is a question that the person should always keep asking himself and always keep asking herself, one of the greatest imams of

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Sunnah. His name is Raja Bell henneberry Rahim Allah, he was teaching masala. And he was able to bring so many details related to this mess under this issue. And I'm explaining it from different perspectives. Then afterwards, the students saw him in Madras with a pervert with judges and olders and scholars. And the same issue was brought up and he refrained from saying anything about it. So after the gathering finished the ask about Roger Ver himolla. They told me just in the class, you did a wonderful job. You explain it all in details and with evidence why he didn't say anything. He said because over there, it was really 100% I have no problem with it. But with the judges and with

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these olders and with the people, I was not sure. So I refer refrain from saying anything, because I was not sure if my intention is pure or not at that time.

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You have any if you want to see how much this sincerity and class girls look at a bit of no theme, one of the students have a Massoud or him Allah what are the Allah and Allah

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He used to have a person poor person come to get food from his house that person can see. Can't hear. Okay.

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He bring the food he used to decorate the food. Can I use the yellow bar? He fix it looks very nice. Looks nice. So the student told Bobby, good man who LIRR? Well and Yes, ma'am. And yes,

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he can see it and he will not hear any nobody can tell him even that you spent so much time and you make it look so nice. What's not gonna make a difference is Canadian.

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Clearly, Abdul Rahman who Allah smart Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, highest man, well, he said no, a last season Allah hears

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that sincerity. It is something very well needed when it comes to that to boilable. When you say when you send this email when you send this reply, when you post this in the forum, when you when you ask this question, make sure that you always ask yourself, and don't this stop you from doing good. Don't stop you from going to classes don't stop you from asking questions from learning from posting from participating. But to let this always checkpoint, that you go back and said what was my intention? I did that. It is another trick for the shape and to make the intention, one of the reason to purify your intention, it means to cancel everything. If you cancel everything, there is

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no purification. Because there is no actions. Is that right makes sense. You should not stop everything you should do that you purify, and it's an ongoing process. That in Nia in Nia, it's not one action one time actions. It's an ongoing process. You might start with that intention. But you change that during the course of your salaat or you're about to seek knowledge, as had been our motto, the law and law said some of us became Muslim for the dunya in the morning, and by the night his Islam was purely for the sake of Allah.

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So, that issue of purification of the intention to purify your intention to check your intention all the time. It is very, very needed and will lie most of the problems that happen in any in the field of billable and sometimes it is because sometimes we don't stop and check our intention and to make sure that it is pure Lima Mohammed or him Allah once was asked a fair Kunal if last, how a person can be sincere in seeking out

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an akuna Matata element and a civilian najat that he is seeking knowledge to save himself than the day of touching.

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And one of the interesting things that related to the intention, intention help you to define your goal clearly.

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One of the the benefits of having this concept of intention in Islam or the act of worship it to make the goal very clear in front of you. So nothing can block you from saying my intention. I'm doing this for that. So that goal is very clear. But

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When you don't check your intention when your attention is corrupted, the goal is there are so many goals, there's multiple things is vague, you don't see exactly where you heading or going.

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And also, the second point when it comes to the Bible, in the state of knowledge with himself, that this

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cannot, it's not meant for itself. It's meant for,

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to be implemented, to be implemented to practice what you learn, to practice what you learn. That's the methodology of the Sahaba actually, in nibi, some allow at least send them when he first receive the way as in slave, he used to receive only five, five verses five verses every time and one of the wisdom that has said that the first the way the revelation used to come and five versus five versus five versus to give chance for people to practice to be able to practice

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And oh, by the Dalek

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term, no often the late stage the ya start coming like full suit on long sauce, but in the beginning to help you to establish that ability of practicing and this is very important for us to learn to practice the knowledge if you heard me correctly, if you heard me correctly, to practice the knowledge, it means that you focus on the knowledge that will lead you to practice something. So argument things that is no practices related to it, it is not a beneficial knowledge. And one of the major differences between in masala for animal products, the end of the early Muslim, and those who came late that almost sell off concentrate and focus on things that you can practice you can do it

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and a lot of people like to learn about things that they will never practice that do have nothing to do with it. You know if I tell you I have a class about gin, I'm sure everybody when it comes, because stories that just didn't, that's fine. But what's the practices?

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It's not that excited, excited anymore. But anyway, it's nothing wrong to have theoretical issues to build ability to think right but focus on practices and when a new practice as much as you can, as much as you can. Also one of the things I would like all of us to remember, the parable is your way to Jenna. Evelyn Mubarak Rahim Allah was asked if you would be brought back to life after death. What would you come back to do?

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Either or charity and how to back them up

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with Junior medical doctor.

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I will come back to seek knowledge

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Shafilea him I would love to address it. I don't know anything better to please Allah subhanaw taala with it after fulfilling the Fuhrer then palpable, then seek knowledge and learning knowledge tolerable as inadmissible. Mahara seldom said we had

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a Muslim man Sarika perenial Thomas will be here.

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Buddy anila. And then whoever seek a way to Jenna, to to study or to learn Allah Subhana Allah will give him an easy path to Jenna to paradise.

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And one of the meaning of Sahar Allah Allah will be a buddy up and agenda that Allah smart Allah give you an easy path to turn, that Allah open for you doors of active worship, that you're not familiar with, will bring you more closer to Allah.

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And the best example to give you in regard to this, an incident happened to one of the prophets or southerns wives, she prayed federal and after federal, she kept making the car Marshal all the way until Nirvana. Then in a visa sanlam after he came back, before the horse to the house, he saw her making victory. Then he said, you still doing the same thing you've been doing since I left you in the morning? She said yes. He said I said after you four words, if my words will be weighted as amount of reward to what you've been saying. Mine will be heavier. Mine the reward of it will be more than what you've been saying.

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For words and this

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woman been saying the whole day time, forwards why l l knowledge shortcut.

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It is really give you access to the most any beneficial act of fortune that can bring you closer

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to say hello. To make it easy to generate

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an El Nino in light. That's why those are albida

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When I look at them the innovators they spend years and years and you read about their life crying and doing and sincere and they spend money have you seen if this is politically acceptable here Have you seen the sheer how they hate themselves and start bleeding and and I see poor guy yeah and he believed in so terrible

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then I remember

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so yeah and he they are putting so much effort and it's wasted. Why because there is no end there is no knowledge there is no way to generate that barnable as much as you learn it showing you the way to generate showed clearly to you and give you access to it and so many ways to reach

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if you are interested in learning your deen if you are interested in learning your deen that something shows you and shows you that Allah Subhana Allah intent Good for you. Come over say hey My

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God, my God, the law will be higher and

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whoever else 10th Good for him. Allah will give him filled with the understanding and the ability to understand to learn the deen have been a basket of the alarm and we can either overlook it a mess and our family hardiebacker

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be higher in omega carnia when he couldn't understand verse in the Quran, and he tried tried, although he then he will be able to see it and understand glue, he will cry, he would cry. And they said why you cry he said now I realize that a lot intent good for me. That's why he allowed me to understand it. And he will mention this hadith mentioned this hadith. It is shows you that Allah subhanaw taala have chosen you to learn that in this is a very honoring thing. Allah subhanaw taala said, what ends Allah and he can keytab wa and hickmott Lemma takodana what kind of Allah Erica alima that Allah Subhana Allah one of his great bounty on you that you have sent down this book to

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you and to Mohammed and to the rest of the ummah. Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, and he has taught you what you have no knowledge of that's a great name. I mean, I must correct on you, that you have allowed you to know the Quran to recite the Quran to know that a hadith Sahih Muslim to know what's the books of Philip what the books of Hadith who is a Shafi who isn't

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any of our mo law

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Oh, there is millions of people who lie they don't know anything about this

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among Muslims even carrying Muslims names unfortunately.

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That's why the Muslim always asked for corrupt basically lie or lie and increase me and knowledge and knowledge

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which is knowledge came in the Quran in two ways. Two words were used in the Quran to refer to

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the one that called knowledge which is the most common word but there is another word also use which is and fill

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which is and fill came the Quran and Sunnah.

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Like in salted Toba Allah subhanaw taala said he had the deen

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so they understand the robot and also the hurry they just mentioned earlier

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maturity level be higher and

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15 also there is another Hadith

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that when the person pray for numbers on a long limb with weed without the dean or law yeah and he made him You have to understand that religion to understand the religion and the Hadith in

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The difference between him and Phil

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Can anybody think what's the difference between

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infer, required from the person

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to be intellect to be able to analyze it difficult to try to analyze things in an effort to look carefully to try to connect the dots tried to analyze the words said filter to understand and it required more effort, more effort to

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With his knowledge, his his knowledge that understanding under standing and knowing something and knowing something with certainty allottee fear to himself on us to describe himself with which words are felt

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read, he never ever used the word Phil. He never said that he is *y his alley, but never said that his forte

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even though even though linguistically alpha is a higher level then because you understand something, then you start analyzing and good in details entity became for being linguistically but Allah never referred to himself with fifth only with alien. Why? Because alpha fee he knocks on 50 die in fact, indicate

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negative meaning and fit that means you don't understand it for the beginning and you start to analyze it until you come to the conclusion and that meaning cannot apply to Allah subhanaw taala that's why he never used that to refer to himself. It is knowledge but this is something but here in this area we talked about here when it comes to em to you as a humans and fept because all of us will not complete we are incomplete. Then by fifth we complete ourselves Allah by default is complete his knowledge complete. He doesn't need anything everything for him. It is clear knowledge. Okay, but for us it's the fifth is what gives us higher level of analyzing understanding the L

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because you don't get the Elm instinctly the Elm it's a process in Mesa Casper Rosati fee, help the many other people who were cast me by Lua cast we moved us up.

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What are the source of what's the source of I'm talking about machete I'm here to be very specific. What are the sources of the there's two main sources for the knowledge

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the Islamic one on to assume

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these are the source of the knowledge asset. That's the source of Arn Anderson. And if you know that the books which is concentrate on explaining Al Quran and Sunnah will be the number one resources for knowledge. That's why number one resource for any sort of knowledge at Halle Berry, the explanations, I'm assuming no, Toby and so on that sort of nikka theory of Surakarta, we have sort of interior poverty. This our source of knowledge has a lot of information, its sources, okay. Pay attention to this classification to

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also so there is a room Masada, the room knowledge or a science which is considered a source for now. And also there is room acid. There is a different classification for the science of Sharia, which we can classify to mock acid or we can say them above, which is the goals that you want to achieve by learning and these type of knowledge or to

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that space basically the main goal that you want to learn in your life, to learn the film, and to learn the appeal, to learn the appeal, the creed, and to learn the film, and when it comes to the aqeedah has so many aspects in it. The top aspect of the science of Aveda will be to heat singling out a warship with the loss of honor alone, and what is related to it. And it comes to fit the heart the best aspects of the highest or the most important aspects. And the science of fit will be a common event that the act of worship, which is related to the Pillars of Islam, or Salatu was the God when had that's the most important thing that you learn in fifth in Rome. And then you have

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another type of science called lwml, wasa aireloom Alisha which is tools and knowledge such as Arabic language, such as history.

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Sorry, Arabic history,

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Arabic language, Arabic grammars or Sulu

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how it will feel

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muscala had all these tools will allow you to explore the sources to allow you to understand the film and the data

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Then you have another type of loom another type of signs, we'll call it loom Camelot lumu can be that extra something which is

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like patience.

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Complimentary knowledge very good. Such as such as tidy history into the history, the whole paragraph of the scholars at the lecture

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help you to Bulava Tajweed to not learn what we mean by the science of the truth. But the truth in a sense it is how to read correctly, this is an essential thing, but that we need what is the mud here How many? Ha ha Raka how many This is the lemma almost agree that they consider it from a loom, and we'll come out.

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So that's just to give you a general idea, when you deal with the ill you need to understand that there is the source of knowledge has been put on, there is goals they want to achieve.

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That something I

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I need to focus on, which is the update and the fact that I can show you the ruling, then there are the tools than the complimentary things that I also want to learn. When the enemy classify the knowledge to this classification. They never intend that you start with one and you ignore the rest. There is nothing wrong to learn WhatsApp, while you're learning Mufasa. While you're learning history while you can learn but don't focus on the complimentary in and you think you're a student of knowledge, don't think you're going to be a chef, if you have no idea what it is, you don't think you're gonna be an Imam, and you don't know the Masada, the whole island center is this this is not

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acceptable, that's not acceptable. by seeking the knowing the ruling in any issues. As a student of knowledge, when you seek to know the ruling of any issues, portable machinery has to also

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any contemporary issues now or any issues come to you You want to know the ruling, the first situation that you are

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entitled to know the ruling immediately, you don't have time.

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For example, now I need to know can I wipe over my socks to pray shall not I have no knowledge I want to learn this sort of ratio coming up.

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You go to Roman Masada open the books and the shadow.

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And to learn No, this case, immediately the student of knowledge go ask and this is will be the source of knowledge for you.

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I want you to pay attention to this because we talk about something you have to act upon it immediately.

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But if it's not immediately, that's will not be the best way to do it as a student of knowledge, a lot of people over knowledge base in questions. That's why a lot of people think that they became shape instead of knowledge or they think they are knowledgeable or they are learner by looking at Fatah websites.

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Questions that that does not make a CD of knowledge. Fact websites fatwas books, it will help you in some immediately you need to do but something you want to learn you have time You don't need to act immediately. That's not will be the best way to do it, that will be the other situation when you have time, when you have not something you have to act on it right now. And

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this is will be to

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if you have time to explore it to study it. If it is something personal, it will be different than something related to the community or to the society or to the public, when it comes to the public limited to community to society to that our issues to affect the Muslims word or the Muslim society in Birmingham. That's not your business and right now, as a learner, you refer this to the to the scholars to the world founded or you can research and talk with with them about it, but usually we will as a starter as a learner in the beginning will prefer that you stay away from this, leave this on the side not now, when you inshallah became strong and solid and understand the religion you can

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go and talk about this and explore this in your own. Now that is people talking about all this. For example, issue is correct factual or not the refutation for so and so person and so on. So group

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This is not to you now. I'm not saying it's wrong, but not you. Now, you need to delay this and keep this for those who will establish for the end to talk about, not you, you learn or now you focus on things personally related to you, you want to learn sefa to Salatin nebuta salam, according to the Sunnah, according to the heel of what led that ruler, Matt said, you touch the floor with your hand first on your knees for what the evidence in each group and so on. So, if you studying now an issue for the sake of learning with the rasa, you have, you have people here also based on the level of knowledge, go to two ways one, we call it a studying to know the logic and to give effect to a and

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to make a statement which opinion is correct and which is not as weak. This is for Ellen, this is for the advance of parliamentarian Edelman and Xu Hansen. For the learners know they learn the issue, not to pass judgment, but to understand how the judgment was made. And this is very important you learn. I want you to know why the chef said why the hermit said it aloud. Why Abu hanifa said it's Haram. What his perspective as and that's something that's your goal now, to understand how this issue was made, how she's been best suited allowed to do this. While Bonnie said it's why Chef Coronavirus, said it is haram to do that. What is his perspective? What is he coming from?

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What's the evidence that he used and not to pass judgment on them as much as I want to learn now, how this happened we call it the rasa tech cc that solely you concentrate on the soul and the foundation and the principles.

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Since we talk about film, there are seven types of books written in the film.

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If you want to study Philip ology now most people ask about full canopy these issues yeah me as an Imam

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listen to people for over now.

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Almost 20 years

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very rare unless I'm with a special group of people I'll get questions about for example

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very why of this person others have a CBA will law generators or what's the Kira in this surah this any type of room it's not really average people you be you master this and you go as an Imam you cannot benefit anybody you know the history paragraph every Narrator In the editing memorize the assignee, you come you cannot answer people questions.

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You Mashallah master the quran quran? Very good. Can you answer people questions? No.

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Use specialist and great things but you know what, what's really people daily need two things happy them feel halal and haram and it is Sunnah bit Ashura aid, Islam, Cofer nifa, and so on.

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That's why it is sad to see some people will shifted in the learning process to concentrate and things which is less important than the main two, if you cannot master these two area that's up to you. But anyway, unfilter, this seven type of books, and I'm saying that because a lot of

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especially English speakers, not have no access to this type of books, but at least you know, that there are seven type of different books that exist in any method, any method of them, and that one, it called unlock dasara

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which is usually very tech concerning small text precise, we'll call them omotoso right? Then you have and this is usually for the beginner, then you have shuru moblie dasara explanations for these texts for these texts. So for example, sometimes they explain the meaning of the word explain what is that this words and this must have means, okay.

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For example, you have roval Mirabelle and Hannah Bella explaining that animal stuff in a text goes out the Mr. Connor Elba who just came over Norbert explain what that text means. Then after the right explanation, there is another scholars another third type of book called a hell ashy call how arshi which is footnotes kind of which is basically the take the explanations and they put some footnotes on it.

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Okay, that's why they said man, Howell hashima huashi.

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He said, Whoever mastered the hierachy he mastered is nothing, because just come comments on certain words. So you know the comments, but you know what's going on up there, he totally lost. But it's very good to find very rare incidents, referring to some very

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rare to be found in the books of

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then you go to for it called cutable healer, film other books and film, which is basically represent the difference of opinions among the madhhab itself. So, these books will talk about what's the difference of opinions among the habila. And about this issues in the Shafi book in the Hammond Effie in the Maliki and so on.

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Then, you go to a fifth category, it called the books of

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what 10 pay, which is books will choose what is the strongest opinion among them, and

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that's what they're specialized in, then six, the sixth category, books would call move for that move for that we'll have our email, which is books

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talking about

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the issues in this particular madhhab, which is not found in any other method. What's the opinion of the Hanafi, or the Shafi of the massacre of the hambly, which does not exist in any other method exist, other than three other modalities, or other than these other than the seventh book that called kuttabul. Without that books, which is comparative between the schools have felt, so he talks about the method, and who will agree with the method from the other method. And the method is not only four, it's way bigger than that, like when you see for example,

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I'll follow

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what I would like to say here on the studying, make sure that you understand the text, the small water salaat, and how to understand it with good explanations. And in the same times, I would recommend my brothers and sisters when it comes to the student, not to themselves to read a lot. That's a general advice read as much as you can

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read as much as you can, I know that there are some people always quote this shadow nessman cannot Sophie and the worst use of knowledge is the one who read from books. This statement by the set if you cannot just take it generally like this, you cannot just take it's not text is not called arm is not certain that that statement said by one or two individuals is not a pronoun, or soon, you have to look at it and to be careful how to do in general, it is very dangerous to rely on one source of books. But if in modern in this days, when you have access to a tremendous amount of writing, tremendous amount of explanation from modern scholars, and old scholars, you can read what you

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haven't even said you can read what

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you can breed what chefs also said about this and Barack 40 about that, you can even hedge out and you can read it no and you have ability to see so much.

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That's very important for the seasonality. Believe me, deceiving you, deceiving you, who told you that any student of knowledge is study like ourselves overseas, that all the knowledge that we got from the hell out of us not true. Doesn't make your students knowledge. It gives you the key to the knowledge. If you don't go home and study and read and memorize and work and write and do research, you will never make it just by going to chefman best helicon setting is not going to make your student knowledge go into I saw people 20 and 30 years of staying this. They not know unless you go and you read and you make your own research. So don't take that statement by the seller, the worst

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person who has notes through books to prevent you from reading, read and read and read and read and read but don't make a conclusion. Don't make a judgement don't get fatter, just based on your reading. You have to combine this with Lima Misha hemolysin Khan in in filco to LACMA fatty who have a pseudo religion and it's in the books but the key to the L in the chest and the mind and the heart of the scholars. You need the scholars to teach you tools. You need that rubber mat to teach you the way to understand exactly what this means what this terminology means. For instance, you read for no Yahuwah and no say ijma there is a genetic

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This issue is this a word a lot. It's not consensus.

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You didn't know that no, it means each now referring to the Shafi

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inferring about the Jamaat inside the shaft.

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So these two keys to understand it is with the shield. But these keys will not make you Adam.

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This is just keys, but you need to read and read and read and read, especially when you read to

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me today in the books, which is comprehend one subject covered from all aspects, bringing all the difference of opinions related to it. And I cannot emphasize enough the importance of reading and reading and reading.

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Also, when you read any book, make sure that you write down on the first page.

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Some of the points the notes that you think it's very amazing, unique about this book, make sure that this is a habit, this is allowed you to write it down. So you remember, you can easily go back to it, you can easily go back to it. One of the good books that you can focus on one there is one book concentrate in one issue, like a whole entire book about for example, the traveling prayer while traveling, because they bring it from all aspects all difference of opinion, this very beneficial book. If you read something and you couldn't understand it quickly, don't start, move on, move on, then come back to it later on, or ask somebody to read it with you. It is a good habit. And

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I remember one of the best things I've benefited personally, when I was in university, we have a habit and this is can be done in your mustard here. We used to book a color movie I remember when he was in the second year in college, we decided to read a movie Moon is a huge book. I mean, it's it's not a book for reading, it's a reference, but just came to our mind a group of brothers, let's read the who gonna read the movie. So we, we we did a plan and it was very successful,

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which is we said and we just read 60 8090 100 pages are in 2023 3030 3030. By the end we're six by the end of the two hours or three hours, we already have covered over 150 or 200 pages from the book reading and reading and reading and we write down if there is anything need to be revisited. Again, any we didn't finish the book but I remember we have covered a lot of the book this way. In fact help body the same these big books, you can have a group study, make sure that you choose a book that you guys all agree to read and you sit together and review it. Reading is a very good habit reading is a very good habit. And that's why I'm not a big fan of books, ebooks, because you cannot

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unless you can put point any notes on it and stuff like that. Don't be miser when it comes to buying books one of the blessings here in Birmingham, you guys have several Mashallah publications and place where you can buy books in England in general. It's very that's blessing

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him Allah said if you have money, spend it to buy books, he said, I have seen a lot of people. Later, when they became older, they regret that they never purchased the books that they sell.

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I remember

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him Allah told us that once I asked him once, shut up, what is the first book that you read? Like one of the main books and

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is it the sort of the Jedi of he was in sixth grade at that time

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or less.

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Sixth grade in his time is not equal to elementary it will be like something like a mid mid school, something like that.

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So he said that time Dr. Sharpe published the book, it's 30 volumes. He was just one he is to buy, I don't have money, I buy one I read it, I memorize it almost then a sell it and I buy the second just

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and I write down what I want. And I sell it and I buy the third one until I finish the 30 value by him a lot.

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And bind Don't be miser when it comes to buying the books. Don't let the ship on Alibaba that He also mentioned this in his great book of the people. He said sometimes the ship and trick ministry with knowledge by telling them don't buy book began to be heard jack industry and the Day of Judgment. A lot of you have it in your library. You never read it. Blah, blah, blah. If that he said it's going to be against you anyway if it's in your library or in the bookstores.

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So he said no actually buy it. That's it.

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One reason for you to defeat the shaper is if you don't have this You thought I was telling you it's not here you have it, you can go and read it and use it whenever you want. And I personally say that there is so many so many books. I hesitated to buy when in my journey when I was in high schools and college, I hesitated to buy now I cannot find them anywhere. It's just finished. I cannot find this book anyway. Any one of the books for example, I was like dying to buy it at that time. The Shama Devon hotjar are both army

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Rahim Allah Allah has a very beautiful book about a dilla to nopalea to an affiliate to Allah. Allah here. Very beautiful book and

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this book never republished again.

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I remember one of the books that I bought on everybody was what you want to do with it and Paolo later on, this is a my lifetime, in very recent days. Everybody envied me that I have a copy from this book, which is written by Sharon, Allah, Mohammed and Anna Jammie rushed one of the really beautiful book

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beautiful book that she wrote, which is almost like can't find it any more in the libraries. These books not very published so make sure they take advantage of you see good book by.

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also choose a good time for reading. Don't go Don't read when you're so tired.

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And you exhausted and now you want to read. Have you been worried? You know, you're not going to read. You want to read to put you to sleep something else. Shana, Shadow Rasul. Allah said, How shall he go to sleep? He said, I let my wife read to me from a Muslim.

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She's a boring reader.

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I was gonna say I did not do it.

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Anyway, so but choose good time for you to read and put that time to time really excited. You are

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not exhausted. Also.

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I would like to mention it comes to sort of knowledge. There's a lot of time we waste and if we take advantage of it, you can do a lot. I know one brother, when what is the hope of iron in less than two years?

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Okay, I asked him what was the secret?

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Tina, what he made me memorize before 64 or five maybe forges up to 60 years. He was able two years to finish the modular master. You know what he used to do? He used to come 15 minutes before each salaat

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before the other plus than the apartment whatever time and no versus the 20 minutes. That's what he put for each and every sortie come early. and utilize this time for the newborn. Don't come at the economy farmers What time is Asia? When you come here two minutes to 10 if you're good,

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you know what, kamiak early, half an hour What's wrong with that? And this the time for me to take advantage of one of the time that we waste a lot. Also the car there is a lot of things you can do at the car. Lot of tapes you can listen to a lot I know somebody also memorized the Quran through listening to the citation precise notation in the parameter review, and then read don't listen only to the weather and news and you know, that's fine but also learn something. Or sisters sometimes when they I know one sister, she's amazing.

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She's related to me.

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One of my Harriman she's panela when she vacuum her house, she put her any headphones and she basically use this time listening to stuff on or to a lecture she cook all was she listen to a lecture or she turned on this something she put in her kitchen and the fridge magnet she stick Heidi and she memorized everyday she print one and she basically put it while she cooking and stuff like she utilizing this time he just just make sure that you don't let any moment goes though taking advantage of it advantage of it.

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There is nothing should stop you from learning. Remember very happy rahimullah. Anyone one of the greatest names in the URL for Mr. Mahajan. caveolin Shafi? Yeah, and he had nothing.

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No money, no family, nothing. But he became a great I think he never even traveled for seeking knowledge isn't even the ability to travel. But he became one of the most important names when it comes to animal study when it comes to animal field, especially for Porsche Yamaha.

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My brother's sisters stay away from staying late in night. Most of those who staying all night and very late the waste of time and they lose the most beneficial time which is early in the morning. The student films with his family it Buhari has a chapter Babel taleem or Julie amateur who the man teach his slave and his what have Emily.

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Neither not that's obligatory on us to share the knowledge with our spouses and vice versa, the sister learn something in the day, share it with your husband before you go to sleep. You know, if you learn something during the day, share it with your wife. And this is one of the best way to basically to keep that not be a good drawer model while law is to shame. Shame on us. If we are learner and we care about the deen and we abuse our spouses. And we treat our spouses with disrespect. When you have low standard lap, when it comes with your wife with comes with your husband. That's not acceptable. That's two faces. That's double standard. That's ridiculous. To have

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this lap, bad manners with your family, bear with your kids.

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Also, when it comes to the student and knowledge with his society, he has to be and she has to be active in the master. If you can participate, you know, there's always opportunities over in front of you.

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You do need a title to be a leader you do need to be called the Youth Program Coordinator. That program coordinate that amount of semesters that you graduate from Mr. Mohammed urban university. That is one lady very famous. She said the longer talk title The you have, the less job you do.

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Believe me, you see my title this

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much. So that's what it says the longer title you have. You don't need anyone to make your leader. You're a leader.

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You can be a leader without even realizing and if I can, just for the lack of any example other than what I have in my mind. Rosa Park, Hunan. Anybody knows this name. Birmingham, Alabama. When she refused to stand up for that white man in the bus.

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She started a whole movement of civil rights in the United States. She's a leader without terror, realizing that she's a leader. She's the leader of this whole entire movement. Sometimes leadership does not need to be done through titles. You can be active participating, purchased opportunity, I see an opportunity that I can benefit through it.

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Make sure that you don't miss the gym. He didn't miss the Joomla you are an element of uniting the Muslims. I will never forget Palawan of the Hanafi fukuhara talked about the issue of joining the prayer you know the Hanafi they don't allow joining the prayer but he didn't have the Hanafi person pray behind somebody who joined for mapa for rain Maliki for example who joined the salaat for because of the rain foundation.

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Have you not allowed you to pray together but they said pray with them with the intention of volunteer prayer but don't walk out domestics so don't break the unit

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and you pressure on time

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this is Philip this is indeed you basically a pray with them. And even if you disagree but don't show that disagreement sometimes in in in supposed to bring merci Rama not curse

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if you're in bring curse that's not in

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if you're in bring your any problems that's not a realm that you need to check what's going on with you.

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In what what led to the companions of the Sahaba lF avena and unite them broke their hearts together. That's the real

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and if it does not bring that the hearts together and the community that is something needs to be checked here to be reviewed.

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In the in the society, make sure that you have clean heart against other people

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about the general human light diet and he's about 100 years old. He said I moved to Loma with a Sufi the lunarians I died today and have nothing in my heart against any Muslim against any Muslim against any Muslim

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You have been great scholars and hadn't

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had a lesser one. When it comes to personal advisor always advise people on secret and personal and personal be a role model abubaker McCleary, one of the famous students, I studied, I attended in philosophy 12 years, his teaching his Muslim to his son's 12 years of international market up to via Hadith and why I never wrote down single Hadith.

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I was learning from his manners, and listen in dealing with his own sons. Sometimes we show our good manners with the stranger, not with our family member

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is that your hemolysin 5000 people attended that class.

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Maybe only three or 400 writing the Hadith and the rest learning from his either from his manners, the stupid of knowledge in his society helps offered him You don't need to be asked, you should offer tell. One of the great element has an empathy of immaculate, great adamant that under his great Rahim Allah He said, Allah, Allah to love him long Phil and Dennis is

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left in the judge. He said I have planted in for them something in it and Delos it will not be removed until the fall Messiah comes, which is the Elmwood heritage spread the science of it.

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I just always think about the statement. What that means to me, I'll tell you when is here this thing. It means to me that this man, this man looking to have an impact in his society will remain until the day of judgment.

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For us, our young if we do any program if we do any activity, our attitude hit and quit.

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It's one nightstands.

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That's it

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one day even though this man he wants something continue until the fullest

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person planned for a very long term goals. That's why I was very impressed with the chef telling me about Germany when they came in the late 70s and how they plan for this years and years and years and years to come. melas Canada and your karma Allah the llama on your

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elbow. This is what you want to see similar to think far who think that something will impact for generation generation. One things about this Imam also, it's apparently those who attend torchbearers with me. When I taught on London before we said that woman come to a woman single woman came to me, she said I'm having trouble with my governor he gave raise the tax on me the money. He walked with her from his city, all the way to her city. That's over 100 kilometers.

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Walking with her to intercede for her for in front of the governor. She's nobody she's we don't even know her name.

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But Allah hears in the law sees the state of knowledge helps. You didn't need to be always hoping in the front line. Don't ever break your promises. Don't ever be late. seek knowledge is a role model. And in the end, I would say student knowledge has to be smart.

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You know, couldn't have the day in law had the

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only be sharp in your intellect. But don't be sharp in your manners and attitude. There is people's power law. They're very sharp when they talk in a sense the injury

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just stay away and kind of you know you don't want to talk to him. He's gonna hurt you. When you deal with him. She's gonna hurt you know, some people just

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blocked her.

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Anyway, but I want it to be sharp in your intellect smart quick. And I would like to share with you this last story of today.

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A man him and his eyeballs have this problem to family problems.

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So he told his wife

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if you don't shower,

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feed, don't be quiet if you don't stop talking. out she kept talking. She said you know what our get you. Whatever you say are repeated for you.

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That she said immediately and tarlac

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but that means you are divorce. Now.

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repeated. He swore by law to repeat what he said. And he doesn't want to divorce her and she want to get divorce. So they went to the shear. So the show

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Look at it and start debating over.

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Even jarier said Rahim Allah, he should say

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they went to interior interior he said

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until Pollock in Pollock Toki

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he repeated what he said and to pile up your divorce if I divorce you in if I was intending, I would you said this is how you can get out of it. So smart, huh? I've been appealed to the like the answer of a jury him that he said no, he shouldn't say and Tabatha.

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She said anta

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anta it's a pronoun for male and for female NT. So he said she said anta as a male, so if you repeat antibiotics, you will not be diverse because that's a pronoun for male and she's not a male of an artist and you don't need to put a Fae in and he just repeat exactly what she said and upon

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this whole talk and he said, both are not really very good answers.

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And then they'll play him said, There is no need for all this for all this Actually, he should not repeat it at all. Because it is based on the intention he said I will repeat whatever you say he was not intent his intention was not every single word. He said he is intention on this conversation that's bothering that's why if she told him buy me a milk he will not reply by saying buy milk it's common sense he said that's based on the intention. So all this is not even valid argument. But see every scholar is very smart looking at it from a different perspectives what I wanted to be, to be an intellect to be smart, to be sharp. And to be like those little certain books, certain earlimart

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really any makes you sharp, and the best names I can think of right now shuffle started with Jamie Hi, ma ma, ma ma ma. And I've been hesitant and I'll be happy basically this man is amazing also, for him Allahu taala

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and it is some of the

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of the names that I can only think of right now there are books in general make you very intimate, very sharp very aware of different aspects. I hope these words inshallah will I need.

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Before I conclude, I just want to say one of the things that thought of him should care about with his society also forgiveness.

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Forgiveness is not one time event. Forgiveness is an ongoing process.

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Forgiveness is something happen all the time.

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Even taymiyah himolla had one of his any one of his the people that hate it even to me the most is limited battery.

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extended battery that once Chuck Muslim was talking with the judge

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in victory out of heat, and

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Savannah lion, I just can't imagine how this can happen. In front of the ruler. He jumped on *hole Islam, and he pulled his a man and turn his thought walk there and was very violent. And once the higher people, the beat even temir on the street. They beat him with pads and stuff, some games.

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And he went to his group piano and he's bleeding and Hannibal at the time, said oh, we will beat them back. You know, the students said no. If you if you asking me I'm saying how are you not allowed to do that?

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Is it this is my thing. That's my right.

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To between me and a lot better. Anyway, the showerhead the point.

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These goes by my brothers and sisters and the governor change after the governor is backing up the Sudbury guy.

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And so Panama the new governor was in favor of Ubuntu me.

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And because he want to now get the money behind everybody who supported the previous government. He was after who's in Berkeley

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and Berkeley run away one house on bob day there have been Tamiya even in some narration that he said that he's Kapha he and he said go for

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some of the statement is clear coverage. Yeah. And he debated in the wonderful book at

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our restaurant at Berkeley. With all of us, this little battery guy.

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He couldn't find a place to hide. Except one place.

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They've been telling me his house.

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He came

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and he knocked on his door.

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And he's I couldn't find any other place to hide. This is the last place they will think of me.

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And they've been to me hosted him three names.

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And he went to the governor and he intercede for him, that he will not be killed or taken to jail and to be released

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and his intercession was accepted.

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That's a lessons to teach us forgiveness to teach us there is something called one minute or minute bobbum Olia Oba the believers males and females are Alia no matter how far you go as long as you're from Muslims around the circle there is one out between me and you. There is love and support. Yes, it is getting stronger we are closer and getting weaker on your father, but it still exists still exists. It was haidara General Yakubu

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Mohammed and hopefully inshallah inshallah in the

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in the course I usually don't take questions and answers for simple reasons. Because I believe you have

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a lot of certain knowledge and scholars you don't need me to answer your questions. So shall I would like these questions to be answered by them inshallah.