Waleed Basyouni – al-Wasiyyah as-Sughraa [The Concise Legacy Advice] Book #03

Waleed Basyouni
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the meaning of Taqwa, a class held by Allah's followers that covers actions and behavior related to the concept. They emphasize the importance of believing in God and avoiding punishment, as well as learning to adapt and change character. The speakers stress the importance of the heart and the importance of remembering to turn to Allah for help, as well as the importance of praying and remembering to be strong. They also mention the history of war and the loss of personal attributes. The segment ends with a discussion of the best deeds and a mention of a book.
AI: Transcript ©
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First of all, I

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first of all, I apologize Hello today I thought today's one is day, our classes tomorrow

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but 100 directly. So, Nakata insha Allah Where did we stop?

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I believe page 14 So the meaning of taco

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Shall we begin?

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the meaning of Taqwa all of the above ideas emanate from those sia of Allah and

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the author of

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shareholders, Ram even Taymiyah Rahim Allah said, all of the above ideas.

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All of the above ideas emanate from those see of Allah mentioned at the beginning, and they should be understood as such. The word Taqwa is very comprehensive, covering the fulfillment of all of Allah's orders, including carrying out the obligations and the recommendations, and refraining from the photo agencies as well as the strong discouragements.

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Thus, it encompasses both the right have a lot and the right of your slaves. However, wherever that was, specifically refers to pay of the consequence of the consequent punishment, thereby discouraging one from indulging in in the prohibited, then this is clear from the context. An example of this is the is the hadith of Morocco or the Allah one. And similar is the hadith of Abu Huraira or the Allah one, which a Tirmidhi has narrated and declared to be sahih.

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The messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked about that which, which mostly that which mostly earns people entry to paradise. He is the loveliest southern replied, taqwa and goodness of character. He was also asked about about that, which mostly earns people entry into the fire. He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam replied, the mouth in the private parts.

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In a generation of sahih Hadith from Abdullah bin amaro de la Juan, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the most complete of the believers in Eman faith is who is the best of them and character.

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Hence, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that perfection of Eman, lies and completeness of one's good character. It is known that all of Imani is taqwa.

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this is not the place for detailed discussion of the fundamentals and branches of Taqwa. For that would cover the deen in its entirety.

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In class

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that's not probably to me over harmala

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toward the class, actually, it is what you're going to be read just a continuation of what you say, was not a new subject.

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Right, I see.

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The origin and root of all of all good is a class by E that the slave directs all worship and

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and seeking assistance purely towards his load motion.

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Data and this will show you that he wrote it.

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He said to

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him, that after explaining to him the importance of good doing the good deeds Tober

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the thing that countered the sense and he talked about the

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good manners and what good manners means and what good manners leads to Iraqi dinar Allah want to mention that all this go back to the big posse, which is the CEO of the reminder of Taqwa Allah azza wa jal, because all this goes under tequila, tequila, it means that you do the good deeds, it means the abstain from the haram. It means that you repent, it means that you deal with people with good manners it means that you seek almost closeness

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Almost panel data. So the word Taqwa even though commonly as he said, Rahim Allah you will know the taco Hachette Allah that so many times you will see tequila, any fear the punishment of Allah. So turquoise commonly seen as the fear of Allah, the fear of the ascending, okay, but isn't it is actually more comprehensive than that topology, it is fearing the punishment of Allah fearing doing the thing that is not correct, but also it means doing the things which is correct, doing the thing that bring you closer to Allah subhanaw taala. And he wanted to mention that specifically that's why he said that the word tuck WA is very comprehensive, you know, covering the fulfillment of all of

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Allah's orders, including carrying out the obligations and recommendation. Okay. However, wherever tacos specifically refers to fear of the consequences of punishment is whenever the taco is mentioned by people in that regard does not limit the meaning of Taqwa to that limit only as I said a Taqwa is used anybody remember I told you a tablet can be used and refer to three different levels. Anybody remember the three levels?

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I mentioned it actually twice in this class.

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Number one, okay, next time when I ask how to have more hands or more voice number one is referring to Oslo Islam, Oslo Eman which is a toe heat, the basics of belief of faith.

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That's why last month Allah says, for example, in Nehemiah cupbearer. Allahu Minar looked up a lot except from the people of Taqwa Gani, the people of Islam people have to hate. They also attack what it means is to do the obligations and to abstain from that. Haram the forbidden things. Also a Taqwa. It means that a person who will avoid anything that it will not benefit in the era and avoid anything that it might harm and

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avoiding even the macro high and doing that recommendation acts.

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That's the highest level of taco which is an San blade. And based on this level of Taqwa, you get the fruit of the taco.

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Like for example, a taco what are the cause of surviving the Hellfire to mono net delivery in a taco we save the people of takoma park.

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The basic saving for the one of the basic Islam aneema

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The saving from entering it and being punished also avoid that this the the sense and fulfill the obligation.

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There is another level of saving those people will not see the hellfire. They will be like above the Serat like the blink of an eye.

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Like the thunder, but how fast they are.

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That's another thing.

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So people are different levels based on the level and same thing in gender and so forth. The hedaya Having to you based on your taqwa in this dunya

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the happiness in this dunya Minami la sala Hammond decadent owns our whole movement for an Athenian who hired on by Eva, you will live a good life.

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Okay, based on why and in Destiny, for those who believe and do good deeds. So based on your level on top what you get the fruit that you read about the fruits of top with Mr. Taco, the impact of taco the outcome of taco is based on which level of taco that you have and you possess a new

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Allah's kind of data says about the people Alladhina amanu will Emile de su Eman

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hula ecollar whom will maneuver homework they don't promise safety and security and promises guidance in the dunya Ananda for those who did not come watch for those who do not come to check and they worship Allah subhanho wa taala. They have the Eman which is that the turquoise basics you get the basic security and safety and guidance. The more you increase your Eman and your avoiding of all forms of shared worship.

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The more you get from this outcome which is guided

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Safety and Security

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here Rahim Allah Tada

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Well hi there John Marshall cupola.

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At here he said Rahim Allah Allah Tada

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that he mentioned the Hadith and Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said that if the person in the Hadith Tirmidhi What's the thing that will enter people? The agenda the most? He said what was the hardest said to Allah and what?

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And good? Goodness?

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question. Didn't I just say a tough one?

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In compass, all religions

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compass character.

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Good character. Yes and good man. So why the prophets or LEM repeated them

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is to specialize one aspect on that. Yes, it is to show the importance of personal color. It's not that they are different from one another. It's like when Allah subhanaw taala says, Those who believe in Allah and His messengers, and the angels and Jibreel for me, what you brought when you breed our mica

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if you believe in the angel and Jabri not to make Gibreel different than the angel now in to specify the importance of believing in God. And McKay, what's the importance of believing in Jabri?

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Why don't you believe is so important to believe in Him more than any other angle?

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Because he's the archangel is the he's the one who

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revelation was brought down. Exactly. If you don't believe in God, you will not believe in Revelation.

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Okay, so that's what it does. And if you have a false belief about Jabril

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Gabriel, that He is betrayed or are not a trustworthy how you trust the message that he delivered to the Prophet Muhammad, Salah malice, or to any other problem. So here, that's not a problem wouldn't there be so sometimes they'll call what personal HELOC is to show you the importance of this, we call this an in Bob app Phil has an alarm when you refer and you mentioned the specific after the general just to make sure that the specific is mentioned because you want to emphasis on the importance of it. Then in the resource alone part, the thing that leads most people to hellfire mouth and unfollow the mouth and alpha,

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which is that

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private part, which is referring to adultery and things of sexual nature.

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elimite talked about why these two specifically, okay, given explanation or

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what why these in particular are mentors, and mouth because it's so easy to say things without paying attention and can lead you to how far so you accumulate a lot by your mouth without realizing how much accumulated from sin. And that's why this law of things are maybe big but you don't pay attention to it. It accumulate and numbers. So each one there are so many accumulated over the day over the years. And they will take you to how far so you can gain a lot of sin through your mouth.

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But what about the private part? You don't do that as much as you talk. Okay. The said because the opposite. They might be less a number. But each time each violation is so severe. is so big,

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so big of a deal.

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You so the first one about the math, it's because they are so common. And the other one because they are so great. The sin of this. Also it shows you something I want you to pay attention because we are all in the same boat.

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Me and you

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because we're living in a time in a society

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where desires are flaming around us.

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slike a fire and a dry wood

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that's how the desert everything is just especially sexual desires and and what is related to this became crazy. He was so obsessed with it it's an every almost ad TV shows the

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year no

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internet phone, check Tiger Instagram you name

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the desires are the one that lead most of people to heart to hellfire.

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So don't ever underestimate the dangers of the desires of mouth has to do with the desire. Yes. The talk the thing that we do when we say the desire to talk and to just comment on everything and to argue and to this has become so common today.

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Okay, so pay attention to these two because these were the lead most of people to help fire rally at Koopa Nast during Oh ALLAH mana helium did not the last hydrogenating what made people fall on their faces and hellfire except this type

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of a worker on his overcoat or there I

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used to hold his tongue and he said this is the one that caused me all the trouble

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and sadness it's authentic notions who held his tongue and he said I don't know anything deserve to be locked up more than this. And he pointed to his own tongue for him en la or the ally

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that who Allahu

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Allah would that general understanding okay, what personal hoorah.

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Then he said with his so he

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will be Asahi

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and Abdullah hitting your OMA or the hola line

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when we use what he said the narration of a Sahadi See, he said I saw he had the word Asahi is not a site that is that site.

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Zero if you want to literally translate itself and in that sahih Hadith, when you refer to Hadith as the Sahaba

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remember him Allah and mainly refer to this to any Hadith that is reported by who al Bukhari or Muslim or both of them

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okay. And some refer to Buhari or Muslim or any other book that it is condition, put a condition upon them so that they will only narrate a hadith which is authentic, like say hip knee Hoceima, like seven headband, others, but also this can be used to refer to any Hadith that narrated by any one of the scholars, as long as the author believes it is authentic.

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So he will say, I'll say any Endo, he considered.

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Otherwise, this heavy acumen would mean an email and I have seen him halacha Oh, as

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the most heavy, the most complete of the believers in a man is he who is the best of them in character or manners.

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This hadith is not the Bihari it's not the Muslim. It's actually in the old were Tirmidhi were

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al Hakim, and he considered slightly

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he said here, Rahim Allah

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Akama, meaning that you manage that complete or those who complete of the believers they also complete the email or the email is very very high is don't hold their manners are very, very high.

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Eman and good manners are not synonymous. But good manners is a sign of good email.

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The more bad manners the person has, the more it's a clear sign that his email or her email is weak. It impacts your email. It affects your email and in with the more you improve your relationship with Allah. The more you increase your email, the better you will

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Be in your lap. And look at Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam because he has the best of Eman the best of Taqwa the best of knowledge of Allah. He was the best and character.

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And the same thing Prophets and Messengers a lot of the

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same thing with the Sahaba and the tabby

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the sole manner because their Eman is so hot. The more your Eman is high, it's one of the sign sign just a sign. Okay?

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That the more your manners will be like

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here, I want to make sure

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if it Tamia wrote this letter to the student knowledge I share. That's right.

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And that's something for us today. Even to me telling that share their students and to us as well.

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That you cannot have LM without other without manners.

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And that's why even to me and then actually there was a year when he wrote the Op Ed was like he mentioned in it

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a good portion of luck.

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even had our own euro to global Milan, he put a big chapter about a HELOC.

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If you notice the books of Sunil Sahar Bukhari Muslim, there is books about either the management and character traits. It's an embedded, it's embedded in our books have appeared and our books have flipped, and our books have fulfilled that image there is adept in every chapter, talk about manners and etiquette, and things have to do with the character of the believers. They talk a lot, especially in Book of the kneecap when Aisha so

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interacting with with the spousal so

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there is a lot of mentioning of this concept in the books of an alien especially I'm I have seen that they have put so much emphasis on the importance of it.

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And that's why it's so important for positive and positive knowledge, as you learn massage in is to learn what iwon the other people

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in who you know.

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The old days they used to put

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the gold or something valuable in a pouch, they said elements like this valuable the pouch is the other

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is like the frame that you put at the box that you if you put it in a in a you have something that let's say you're going to give your your fiancee or your wife a rain okay as a gift you're about to get married to her and stuff like that. And you get her marshmallow the string which is 1000 pounds or 10,000 pounds and you go for the 99

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any store sent or you know

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like you buy like

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20 cent box for it

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just under $10,000 for the put

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it will make it looks bad. That's why l needs that good manners that character trait so people will accept from you.

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And then sometimes Yanni some character traits are

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not easy

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to adapt, you need to force yourself into struggle they can they will call in them a sub robot or somebody will help move it to Hello it is struggle until you learn how to be patient, how to be forbear how to learn how to forgive, it's a struggle that it needs from you a struggle and work.

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So sensitive knowledge must learn how to adapt and to change his or her character.

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Learn how to humble themselves.

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Learn how to

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to learn how to give Tao how to interact with people. This character trait is so important because any Muslims we should still have knowledge are by nature to act teachers, leaders

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and it's almost like going to a local football arena they'll call them domain how if you're rude and rigid. People will run away from even if you Muhammad even if you are the best knowledge people will not come to you

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speaking of struggled

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The son of debayer even more time than it

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once was praying with a man from

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Benny Abdi dark.

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After give you a little bit of

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I know I choose this time this example, but I have to give you a little bit of background.

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So Benny da

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so naffaa bin Jubair is from Benny abdomen,

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abdomen half and Abdullah dark. Okay? Are all brothers. Okay? In the old old days they were four of them. Okay, m dot,

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abdomen AF. Wow. Up to

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say, what?

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The fourth one I forgot him right now, as there were four brothers, one of them was kind of weak. Okay, and there was not the most like strong among all the four brothers. It was one of them who just took everything.

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I think we'll see. Then, the day before he died, he put in his well, that all the noble thing that made him and his family very special to be giving to Ogden.

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Anyway, that's just a long story.

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what's things that make them noble at that time that they used to be the one who and don't refer that was suppiah, they take care of Maccha they have the keys of Maccha they change the cloth of maca. They're responsible for the fabric, they feed the hijab, they bring water to the Hedgehog, okay, so this are the greatest honor that an Arab will have at that time. So all of them are giving to

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up to dawn.

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Anyway, so but after a while, so he says everything is the weakest among them, among all the four brothers and the one who had it before die, and he gave it to his brothers. So to give him that status, a years goes by and the children the grandchildren didn't agree, they fought back and they took everything from up to dark. So the brothers actually the cousins that has a long history of war, and up to date until today, they are in charge of what the cabin has keys and stuff like that. And the rest of the feeding and providing and water and drink and, and food and taking care of the hedgehog became something in abdomen F which is not been debated a lot from and so I'm giving you

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this background to understand that the abdomen AB see themselves are the highest highest level of people. Okay, among the error, so they have that sense of

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arrogance. Okay. So naffaa He's Danny, Tabby

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the son of Jupiter, not on the famous

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companion, Arab to

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he was praying with with this man. Then he led him to lead the prayer.

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Sorry, I made the story long, but hopefully it's worth it. He made him lead the prayer.

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So he led the prayer. And after he finished he said, Do you know why I let you lead the prayer? I asked him to leave the front.

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He said

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hello Alicia Rafi Workiva. Listen, because I'm from Benny Abdol.

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You know that

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They're all from same tribe, but they are different branch in the truck. And also I'm older, because I'm older, all the old men.

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He said, I actually no, I didn't. None of none of these things.

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He said, so people like us. Why? Why? So why did you let him leave the prayer. He said just to teach myself. Humility.

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It's my only lead to lead the prayer so I can teach myself force myself to be humble. That's the only reason I want to lead the prayer. Otherwise, I'm probably I've given up which is way more higher than your grandfather. You know, and also, you know, I do it knowledge I have the knowledge, the agent.

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So my point is that some people have that struggle with some of these cats.

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Dr. Dre okay. That's why naffaa

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When he was told you people say that you're arrogant he said I can be an arrogant person instead Why is it because I walk and I and I'm fixing my own no shoes and stuff like that so impossible. And he said I did this only to be humble. So he has a struggle. He knows that this is something that he's always have that pride and stuff like that. So he forced himself into it to be down to earth alone, sometimes, I guess he can help. There's a lot of funny stories about Hermione hopefully in another time we can speak of it

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gone back to the point that

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it is what perfect your ie to sign off the perfection of your email. So what I want us to always ask ourselves this also ask yourself as you increase in your knowledge and in your DNA and your email Are you also increasing in your lab? This is has to go into

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if it's not there's something wrong need to be fixed here.

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and unfortunately I mean, some of those brothers who who just learn a couple of Masada Allah read a couple of books and all of a suddenly put himself online to refute people and to you know, attack people. And the more they grow in their knowledge, the more they became more disrespectful and not merciful to others and backed by and all this kind of stuff that shows you that did not increase their l maybe they increased their information

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but the actual end which is part of the man

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he said, there are so many details can be mentioned in regard to attack walk, what causes it, what's the sign of it? What's the you know, the use of it the ayat that was mentioned about it, that fruit and the reward for it, and this is not what is it is the whole entire Deen it's can be used as equal to the word religion. And he said, lacking in rural Haiti, we're asleep. The basics and the volunteer or goodness is, is to be sincere in your worship to Allah subhanho wa taala. And to seek His help God continuing.

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We will finish in five minutes in sha Allah just finish this.

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This and that will stop

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the author Rahim Allah says, The Origin and root of all good is is a flawless, ie that the slave directs all worship and seeking assistance purely towards his Lord. As an Allah statements. He can arugula e Canis dari, you will only worship and your aid alone seek

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but Farah will do what our collider lay.

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Then worship him and put your trust in him.

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I lay heater work, to ye lay he only in Him I trust and unto him I return.

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Further DeLeeuw the law here Hristova boo doo boo wash to ruler.

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Then seek sustenance from Allah and and serve Him and be grateful to him.

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This is done in such a way that the slave terminates his heart connection with the Creator with the created whether with regard whether with regards to benefiting from them, or or acting for their sake, and instead preoccupies himself with his exalted Creator.

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The means of attaining this is to supplicate him, and for everything that he that he requires out poverty, necessity, fear, etc, and to and to carry out every beloved action for for the sake of His good pleasure. If someone were to implant this type of loss firmly and thoroughly, it will not be possible for him to be affected by any punishable trait.

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we'll make a quick comment. He

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loved to honor

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him, he is a genius. And he writes very, this writing is very interesting. If you pay attention to the sequence of his writing by him, Allah, given to me now was talking about earlier about the manners and about taqwa and he's talking about Taqwa. And that's why I said it's the continuation of the taqwa. That's why I want to finish this paragraph because part of the previous one a taqwa and last in this section

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related to the actions of the heart.

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I love the good manners in dealing with people that will beautify you from outside that will beautify you when you deal with people. But you know what's more important than this? A Topo class, which is when beautify you from inside that will beautify you in front of Allah subhanaw taala because Allah subhanaw taala will the first he will not look the first thing he will look at you, when he look at you, you will look at your heart

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in a lot mo either Solari comm word Sanic. Allah doesn't look at your body and your body's movement, you're shaving your mouth. Now, he looks at your heart, it doesn't mean this 100 By the way, it doesn't mean that Allah doesn't appreciate what we do with our limbs, or what we do our lumps it doesn't really matter. That's not what the hadith is about. The hadith is about the emphasis on the importance of your heart. Because that's the first thing Allah will look at the most important thing in you.

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So you make sure that you continue telling this stupid knowledge and to all those developed around the world, no matter where they are, when they will come. In this advice. He said, make sure that you take care of your heart. That's why as I said, stupid acknowledge as they learn and collect information and URL, and then Hadith and fear cannot be that what the scholar said, we must also start acquiring and learning the filter of interviews, the fact of dealing with people, the fact of the neffs that you have, how to develop your character, and also how to soften your heart, how to connect your heart with Allah soprano Todd,

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Dean, when it comes to dealing with Allah, dealing with Allah subhanaw taala has two aspects. And the ADA which is worshiping Allah, and Allah Stan, which is seeking help and aid from Allah. We worship as we worship Him alone, we seek help from him alone. He can go do it you can stay, and this Nestor yakka we seek help from you. No, but is it from you. We only seek help that frame, the way you frame the sentence, the way we structure the sentence is just an Arabic Welcome to fiddle, hustle, hustle. It means only from you. We seek help and a unfortunately a lot of people worship Allah, Allah alone. But what happened a lot of people when it comes to Astana to seeking help, the

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seeking help from other than Allah, and the seek help from

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a intermediates with ALLAH, so they put a prophet or a messenger or a righteous person, so they seek help from them. And that's, I guess, the to hate against the last, and if last is to be the only one Subhana wa, that you worship and the only one that you seek help and aid from good to without can lie. You worship Him, and you rely on him.

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You rely on him. You because that's again seeking help, only from him, relying on him Subhanallah without Allah He came to LA he will need I turned to him youngish, I turned him, I turned to him, seeking from him asking from him alone. I don't turn to anyone else to ask for that we're in the law here restore, I will do who wish Baroda and seek again seeking aid and help when it comes to a wrist. This this

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sustainance from Allah a risk a risk.

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is many different types. And they just kind of give you a hint and you think about

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what risk means provision

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comes from providing

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Can you give me an example of provisions? What does park when we say provision?

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That's a very big mean don't limit it to food and drink. That's totally

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family. That's yeah, that's a provision. That's something that Allah is not only family, good family. This family good manners as well. Good manners is often good as some people are loved less than kids with a natural or calm naturally they are, you know, not loud, not the yoni. They're not like very angry or hyper are by nature. forbearing that's risk.

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You know what also addressed?

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You know, what's the risk? Good company.

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It's a risk from Allah.

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To me to have a students like you

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to this, where I know people don't have any money to start classes and stuff like that or risk that you find a teacher, there is a lot that you find books risk is a risk is a given is a provision being given to you,

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at risk from Allah Subhana Allah that Allah give you money, give you health, citizenships. So, so risk Yanni is

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to so many different types, like alfabeto we're in the law here is what I would do again, the data analyst can come together for I will do whatever can I a bad analyst, Johannes means seeking help and a er cannot avoid what yakka this time, wash Kuroda be grateful to him Supernote without why so you will cut your heart from being attached to anyone from the creation. You only as in the visa Salam said diavola. He does LTFS La La when you ask you only ask Allah no one else.

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Okay. And da da, da

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is the one act of worship that actually combined between both between a bad because it you feel you hope you depend you trust your honor.

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You turn to you pray to and also it is Deanna because you ask and seek help, and you turn to Allah subhanho wa Adrar represent La Banda and analysts can soil Oslo Dean

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hospital a bad

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fundamental on the foundations of the religion.

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And he said, so the person will only turn to Allah

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and the moment and to app a drought when it became an integral part of your life of your relationship with Allah and I'm so sorry to say.

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I'm so sorry to say that so many times. I found many people around me and some for myself sometimes that we lacked that strength and relationship and

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we don't turn to us all the time.

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You know, we it's not something so powerful in our life.

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Look at our children, how they are raised are good people around us.

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I will never forget a sister told me that when she was not Muslim. Okay.

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She said I used to every night before a good sleep. Kneel at my bed with my Father we pray together. But other than Allah to Jesus.

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I share I've been Muslim for years for decades.

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I miss that feeling to pray to something powerful. I know I know it was wrong. I should have prayed to Allah subhanaw taala.

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But here I don't see the community, the people even the Muslim that I married to, you know, if you don't have that as a big thing,

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like them and the children teach them to turn to Allah to pray to Allah.

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Drought is a is a very clear manifestation of how much your heart

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attached to Allah.

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If your diet is just

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I mean it just go or like you'll ever face and just go extruding never come from that shows the weakness of the connection.

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Many times when I work with groups who are organizing like now these days we're organizing a ham fest here. And in Houston would ask the team ask the people

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have you really

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been making dua that Allah give you success?

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Before you go give a talk or a speech, to really ask Allah Subhana Allah to help you, to aid you to give you success

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is really have that important part of your life. If your relationship with a loss partner with Dawn

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and sometimes Allah put you through that hardship to make that connection.

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To remind you of how beautiful it is, to be connected with a lot to the extent some of the righteous people say when I am in calamity, I wish that the color of the color

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Haven't you want to stay? Not because I love the kalam because during the calamity, I was connected to Allah that in such way there was so beautiful, so powerful.

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And I wish I want that pressure. So I keep that connection.

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he said to him, I love data.

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Well, I'm a doula who could lead my booth

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and you do

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what how he translated that

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firmly wouldn't be possible him to be a nap, he said, and to carry out every beloved actions for the sake of His good pleasure, for the sheer sake for His good pleasure

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here shows you that you worship Allah according the thing that Allah loves. So according to the Sharia of Allah subhanho wa Taala according to your How are you desire, what you want? No.

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Woman Can I have that? He said, If someone were to implement this type of last firmly, thoroughly, it would

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not be possible for him to be affected by any punishable traped that's the wrong translation of my opinion.

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If someone were to implement this, he said this is referring to type of class. No,

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I mean to me a lot on here he says, If someone were to implement this advice from the prophets of salaam to Moran

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firmly and thoroughly it would not be possible for him to be affected by any punishable trades

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that what this rock'n'roll law that if anything the stop losses to do with with men, I can I can I had the loss a year and worried the fear of anything. Wow, this reminder of an episode solid tomorrow and this advice for a mod for inking and use of Maya boo boo boo daddy, and

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I don't know how he translate that punishable.

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And he said, Amen. akoma had whoever perfect and apply perfectly up lament perfectly. That's what is this advice? From the prophets of Salaam, Tamara. I can't even tell you

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what will happen to that person from goodness.

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Yeah, Cobo. Yeah. And yeah. Me sure after those punishments.

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And he said, If you perfect this, if you apply this advice will deposit Well, I can tell you how much goodness you will receive.

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It's, it's like beyond words. You know, any imagination, DNA, the amount of goodness that you will receive and you will have that's what you were saying or

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a woman can have you know, so yet Farah encouraged yourself back to that Academy and highlight dunya while after.

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In sha Allah data,

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after that, the next class will talk about

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a new type a new point, which is one of the questions was What is the best of deeds. So, he now he will talk about and continue with the talk about what is the best of all deeds.

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And Mr. lagana he mentioned a beautiful point then after that, he will talk about the best of earning McCaslin they

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then after that, he will talk about the books because he asked him for a book that he can rely on when it comes to the Hadith. And we'll end the Sha mokara maybe in two more classes. We should be ending a book a shout out to hopefully that's that. That's what I'm aiming for. Inshallah. Thank you and I'm sorry again for keeping you guys late. I'll be forgiving somebody

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