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salatu salam ala Rasulillah

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or men who Allah will that

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inshallah to Allah in this coming weeks we will be studying a very unique book

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which is a let her that shuffle Islam had been to him a whole lot wrote as I will see you as a reminder as advice as an advice to someone who asked him a question than he had applied to him and shuffled Islam Potamia Rahim Allah is known to all of you. He is a scholar who lived in the seventh century and died in the early eighth century, died in 728 Hatori and he was born Rahima home lot and 661 Hijiri

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as so

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I've been to me I'm not going to talk about these hemiola him on Vine his biography and his life because this is something that required a special class and special talk and I'm sure you guys are very familiar with his life or him on loved God. But I would like to say the cheerful Islam nickimja Rahim Allah you will get to know him more as you read his book more when you read his books and his works you will get to know about me or him Allah so much.

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Yeah, we can't hear the ship.

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Yeah, I thought it was just me. It's just gone. I think it's kind of like

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can you hear me now? Yes. Yep.

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Okay, so, I was saying earlier about Scheffel Islam became Yahoomail mokdad.

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That is enciclopedia, a scholar who have

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not only

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excel in midheaven habila, which is enough knowledge, but also he was Rahimullah. He understand the other modality as well. Not that he understood.

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The middle of Addison Olga Ma, he actually understood the MME

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and the deviant sects, to the extent some of them said Wallahi in Ireland would be whether he'd been them in we admit that he was. He knows our mother had better than us.

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And he knows us, or what our school folklore or theology or whatever, better than us.

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And he was also not a person who

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not only He knows how he understand knowledge, well, he knows also how to express knowledge very well. And he not only expressed knowledge in one way now, he expressed his knowledge in writing, and in teaching, and in debating, and these three different skills, each one of them is very different than the other, and required a sets of skills, that it is not common to be,

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exist in one person. Not only that, but he's Rahimullah understand spirituality very well. And he was a person of a spirituality, a person of any very soft heart, and an avid worshipper. An avid worshiper like when you hear that even Taymiyah Rahim Allah stay until midday, only making vicar to Allah subhanaw taala and making vicar Andhra and still fall, then after the start, and he said, this is like my breakfast like my, or my lunch without it, I can't, I can't survive. Without this meal, I can, I can basically, finish my day.

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So it was not someone also who who was Rahimullah

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just involving, or just in a bad, but both an intellect and also in the spirituality. A person who meets so many jihad, and so many stories about an unbroken animal come and see her and interacting with people, you know, Muslim, non Muslims,

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you name it, not only that, but also languages, other knowledge and science. He studied. He knows about you see, when you read his books, you know him very we start knowing him well, when he speaks about different types, especially when it comes to philosophy and the Greek philosopher, Roman philosopher, Hindu philosophers, and their ideologies and where they're coming from, to the extent that he himself said that I want to read about Latin and Greek philosophers. So I learned Latin, and I read their book with the mother tongue. And I debated them with their tongue to

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learn Hebrew to be able to understand the Old Testament and read it with with Hebrew Rahimullah, I said, I learned it in six months,

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and many other any things like that, that make to just stand in front of a giant, an incredible scholar, or female, low data. And that's why when a man like this, will write a device, were right, a reminder will give you an advice, it became so valuable and so important, especially in the area where he specialized in any MBA program

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in the

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you know, in businesses, this big university proud of bringing very successful business men and, and woman to come to give lectures or to speak about their success. That's right, as expertise expert in matter and that's what makes these programs you know, very valuable, you know, these university Oh university so and so, the guy the CEO of Apple to give a talk or to teach a course or school of economic abroad this professors who was blah, blah, blah, you know, or Harvard export university, you always get the value of these university by the caliber of the people who speak or the people who give advice and the students will be very smart talented

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because of this kind of exposure to the work of experts. So what about someone who's like even Tamia Rahim Allah data? Well, I just the only point I just very few things to think about to understand how a great scholar this man was Rahim Allah. Tada.

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So

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I hope that you will enjoy this book, and you'll enjoy this reminder. And not only to enjoy it, but also to benefit from it, as he will tell you how, in the beginning of his advice, and his letter, Rahim I love God. This book, published and explained

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by many scholars over the years, many road map cares to teach their students this book and to read this book because of that value of it because of that concept of the latter because of what to focus on because how practical it and unique

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subject or subjects actually in the lead on Rahim Allah model to Allah

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as he wrote to someone who asked for an advice,

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it's known as endlessly yet to surah.

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I think in your,

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in your binder, you know, or the binder, it's printed as concise legacy, concise legacy.

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I'm not sure about the word concise legacy, concise as a surah is the best way to translate that, but I will leave this to you. But what I would want to say that they've been told me did not call it a surah. concisely

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or anything of that nature, or Hema, Allahu Tara.

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But they've been to me or email load to her. He didn't give it to name it, just the letter. And this letter were read in front of him, and he approved it, Rahimullah before it was sent and copied and shared.

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And it's nothing private, in it for that particular person. So it was shared for people to benefit from it.

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It will see Yeah, it means a reminder. Okay.

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Or we'll see a huge relief to refer to something valuable. That's why we call on Basia. It is the will, that you leave for your family. You call it was a year. So anything valuable you put it in that? Well, you didn't say in your words. So yeah, by the way, I have three pair of socks. I'm leaving behind here, don't do that. Okay, but you put the thing of value. So I will see a huge will remind you related to something very valuable. And we'll see Yeah, when it comes to death, that's something

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different than the will that you leave behind you upon depth. That's something that you study in the books of Philip, and any well and Sharia contain five points, as you might know, by studying the fear of death and the flip of

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last year, which is that will

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but we'll see you're here it means a reminder. It means advice. It means admonition, which is words I don't know whatever.

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Ted's Kira

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and I see her

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I tell RC Allah says in the Quran tawassul will help what Allah saw the southern Yanni remind one another, they help one another. They encourage one another. Okay, so we'll see. Yeah, it is it is it is basically an advice or a valuable information that you pass it to someone. sha Allah committed Deen ma wasabi, new Han. Allah has ordained for you from the religion. What do you have made as a wasa? Yeah to know we'll see you tomorrow it's not a well stolen Law No, it means as a valuable information a valuable mercy advice that it was given to know

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Allah subhana wa Tada said well lady, oh hyena

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already Oh, hey Anna Lake.

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When our sign Abby, that's that with her we revealed to you and what we advise you with? Well now we'll sign ABI advisor who Ibrahima or Musa ISA and a team with DINELLI acclaim with Dr. Walter the formula or fee.

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That advice was given to Ibrahim and Musa an ISA that established the religion and don't be divided. Don't differ.

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Don't dispute do not have a dispute over the religion.

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Allah says the Quran or sign of insanity while the day is husana. We have advice we have reminded we have

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we giving an there is an admission for mankind to be good to their parents.

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also Nabi SallAllahu Sallam says, I do not see that religion is a necessity. So I'll we'll see Yeah, giving an advice, writing an advice, giving a reminder, you know, passing information that important to people that you think they will benefit from it. It is in the heart of the religion. Do not say religion is nothing but an advice. like it'd be so solemn said I had dropped off I had is out of which it mean is the heart of the HUD, the main the backbone of that HUD, okay, like the backbone of the

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rules and act of worship is our cattle snap, and mudra select which is a solid, most important one. And Allah said, was it clear enough RT Decra remind when you think the reminder is ruined, you know, that reminder will be beneficial

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for that kid in Nama and Tim with

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your a person who gives a reminder.

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And Allah subhanaw taala says that only about the caffeine law to hipbone and NASA when they don't like the one who advise. So, from this, we understand that the word we'll see Yeah, who here it is equal to other words, that is Sherry, I have used and they'll see how Elmo wherever you condition, advise a reminder, Ted Cara, a to us helping one another by encouraging one another, and so forth.

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So this is something that is

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very well established in the Sunnah of the Prophet Sall Allahu Allahu alayhi, wa salam, as well as in the Sahaba of the Allahu Anhu. So in the case of Salam used to remind people, and in ambassadors to remind people, and to write to his friend, I'm saying this, because I hope that reading this book, will encourage us to apply not only the content of this will see, and this Naziha and this letter in our life, but also the concept of seeking advice, and giving appropriate advice to people that this is something that is well needed, in our life, today. Role needed and so much needed in a time where people are weak, when frickin are strong, you know, where mistakes are done. Instead of

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just talking and backbite. And speaking about it in social media, there is something called Naseeha. We'll see Yeah, a TED killer. And we'll see there could be a correction, you're correct something wrong. Or it could be an without you asking, even, it's not about I saw something wrong, and you're I'm trying to correct it. No, I'm trying to give you an advice, that something that will help you in the future can't have any Massoud it wouldn't have been more either FIFA Crusher to Sam candidness. He gives every Thursday, a reminder and admonition, so we will not be bored. And also, so it will be effective. If every time you see your kids every time you see that I have an advice for you, son, I

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can ask the balcony You're killing me, man. Take it easy. Every time I've got a salon somebody's giving them a ticket easy doesn't doesn't work this way. You know, it has to be also in the appropriate way in the appropriate time. But But emotiva is so beautiful.

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As I said it, might you see something and you're given advice about it or you just initiated the moral

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element, Rahim Allah came to

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her own hand man

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in the night

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and humbled him Mel was so happy to see him.

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And he said, welcome Yeti magnanni. This is not the time that usually my Muhammad would come to visit someone on the night that told him today I passed by you while you're teaching.

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And that is something in my heart. I couldn't go to sleep while I haven't gotten my heart.

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Then one ml was like concern. What would be that thing that came alive, seen or heard from me this morning? That made him not able to go to sleep.

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Then he said, I saw you today in the morning teaching the students and there are so many of them around.

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Most of them were sitting in

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In the sun while you are sitting in the shade

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Yeah, Harun next time when you teach set who are most people setting

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and if they are most of them sitting or all them in the sun don't be sitting alone in the in the in the shake sit with them in the sun

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What are any, any when you hear this okay it it really shows you how much the does ima care about the small the big you know to improve people's

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character

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Shazam a shipment bass Rahim en la given advice to a brother is not a right is a shared great chef just not air brother is a great chef a great Dahlia. And this scholar Dahlia was asked about how martial law is very effective and Tao. Then he said what the thing that benefits you the most in college. He said upon graduation in the graduation ceremony, you know the bringer also honored guest to give a speech. So it was Shipman basil Hema en la and he give us an advice that is the most beneficial advice I learned in 40 years of studying and Kalia doubt in the College of doubt. He said to us make sure that you always leave before people leave you know when you give a talk or hotter or

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a class you leave before people leaving and you don't stay too long until everybody start leaving the class

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a movie or board call diamond into here complaining to him and Candice

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and Candice

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in this example are so many you know when you read in the history of the amount that they used to write to each other Sofia only theory what

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have been our own the greatest scholars have added bustle Rahim Allah from I had a sunnah where Matt that had been repeated Allah and just city

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all of them been ported, he said, the candidate or the map when they read a map, when the scholars and the student of knowledge

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gather.

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They will remind each other and now we talk about people lived in that time of the tambourine of the successes.

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And when they are not together, they are in a different countries and different, different cities. They used to write to each other.

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So what is that thing that when they gather, they remind each other? And when they depart from each other travel, let's say enhance each other? They mentioned this to each other. Maybe when they go back to their country, they will write letter and would cross rivers and deserts and mountains. Until you reach that scholar. That letter what's in that letter? What does that they used to write for each other? That is so important. Like this? They said

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no?

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Man, a Sneha sorry, a lotta who asked Allah Allahu Allah and Yatta

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if you fix or improve or have a good, private life, your public life will be good as well.

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When you're privately good, you will be publicly good.

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Woman us Lahoma Boehner who have been Allah, Allah, Allah who have been home in a nests

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and if you fix what's between you and Allah, your relationship with Allah is excellent. Allah will take care of what your relationship with people

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I know Amen.

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It didn't maybe Emery acclivity Kapha Allah Allah dunya

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i and if you focus and you pay attention and put priority to the Acura, Allah will take care of your worldly affairs.

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These are the three things that these two remind each other for.

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What a great advice, Rahim Allah will look to Anna

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and

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mesh in his time, wrote very powerful advice to the people of Kufa. In Kufa, there is a fitna happen a dispute that almost people start killing each others. There is different groups and it was a very big, you know, dispute reach to the level of a physical

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Violence and a breaking of war split the city

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you know what you said to them

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I said I just said the 3.0 Sorry Jeff. I thought that was only to the good

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I got the first one a third one the second one I missed. I was too busy thinking on the first one.

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So the first one is the second one is Osman. Marina Cobain Allah fix with between you and Allah and Allah will fix between the union people because you put your priority and an archaeon. On our last panel, Daniel will take care of your dunya

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like

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as he was saying earlier in the Kufa big fitna happened and a split happen

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so you know I miss Rahim Allah see that's the role of the map, the role of the level in the center of knowledge.

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They don't just be quite big give that advice. He wrote, Rahim Allah Who Melaka the Santa may Allah have mercy on someone who will control his tongue like a feather and control his hand. Wow, Jim Murphy surgery and start healing their hearts.

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That what you all need to do right now. So all groups win back to reflect upon this advice of an Amish Rahimullah so they might have Namaha

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and it was said and that ended that dispute.

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No fight. Nothing happened after that. Nobody no need for any extra talk.

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Yeah, when you read any Ibrahim that one of his students remember them as a great Avid, ascetic, avid worshiper. Somebody asked him from a distance. Give me an advice. He said it can be tough to Allah. I advise him to have Taqwa of Allah.

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I love the last time you and let the law take a look at the latter Hello Marcia to

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the one that is not allowed for you to think for a second or to ever think that you can disobey Him

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any

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one over gyro and the one also that you have no hope and someone other than Him.

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And even if you make a mistake, you know the T is the one that you're always seek help from him

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to protect you from him.

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Anyway, then, as you said, it's tequila have Taqwa of Allah subhanaw taala

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is it's an honor

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what

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a strength was shut down worthy to be sufficient for you like water and food call

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me

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and it will elevate your status Antonia.

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This person who focused on top one, we'll talk more about that. You shall look at my point is this will say this advice is not something strange or something unique to have been Tamia Virginia wrote so many verses I have so many advisors. He's since so many letters.

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Guess what the scholars, the student of knowledge to average Muslims to Kings rulers. Who would have thought oh Ma, Muslims and non Muslims.

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Any one of the letters that you can read? I don't know if it's translated in English or not. His called Risa Kobudo. So yeah,

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that RUSADA the letter the site is Cyprus ladder, the Cyprus because it was for the king of Cyprus, who was a Christian and entity ended with making drought for that King.

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And anyway,

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he wrote letters Rahim Allah to Allah and advices to so many people, and people seek that. Imagine Daniel WASAPI, a great scholars. He studied philosophy and animal kingdom and He listened to what the Ashanti said, The Marchesini said and all this kind of, you know, qaderi and he gets so confused. And the acid cemetery me told me how to so I'm confused then they've been to Rahim Allah give him a beautiful advice. Carla, Jacob Asuna for in Alkaff here to Shafia

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I advise you to go back to the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Salem.

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It is the one that will

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he'll your doubts, will remove your doubts and it will be sufficient for you from all these books that you read. And it was the reason for him to change or him I would like to add

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why it is called and we'll see how to solve raw.

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Hello, we'll see ya a surah. He said concise. But as surah Allah mentioned it, you name it a surah as a minor,

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two different shade between this and the one that is longer. Maybe the shorter was a year, but there is a longer one. Is this longer one to the same person? No. The longer one it is alasa to cobra, and I'll be honest, I was thinking about teaching a rosier Cobra in this class. But let's start step by step. So definitely it is if it's available in English, it will be an excellent book to read next. And it's a beautiful book to read a beautiful letter. It could always see it on COBRA by Chef and snappy Tamia mo Allah. He's, he sends it to the followers of a very famous chef and a very controversial figure as well. His name ID Ubuntu musafir. An owner we it was said that he is from

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Benny Mejia says like his fifth grandfather, the fifth generations from Marwan Abdul Hakim, the famous Alawite.

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Leader. I've been teaming said it's impossible to be the fifth grandson.

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But in any way it is common that it was said that way.

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He this scholar idea was after he moved from

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he didn't want the power of the royal family and he started seeking knowledge and he was known more of what of the bad and zoot and PA and he was loved and he choose to live among the Kurds in north of Iraq, even though he was born in Damascus and stuff who is Moe Omar way but to choose to live among the Quran and the Quran at that time are very ignorant group like there's no knowledge there's no lack of Arabic language. So he went and he lived there Rahim Allah data he was born 477 and he died about 550 555 Okay, some said yeah 577 somewhere like that. So is the debate about the time when he died Rahim Allah to Allah. He lived about 90 years in general. Anyway, going back to the to

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the topic to what we signed, so I didn't suffer this guy. Or this email guy, this Imam rockin homeless, lived in a crowd and he had a lot of followers. Today they Z CDs, the CDs, the famous deviant

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satanic worshippers. They claim that they are followers of ID by the way, and Id became a legend. And his followers were known for being an extreme love for him of extreme love for him. And they are so dedicated to him. They loved him so much. They honored him so much. And by the way, he spread sunnah among them.

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Okay, he's spread sunnah. Among them. Rahim Allah. He has a book which a published book by a great scholar from Iraq was named Henry Salafi. He died, Rahim Allah Tada. It's got to Alison ultimate. I've known Gemma and a bit to me a code a lot from from his book as well. And many other mention, his book is a great man. And it's not the time for it. If we teach the book, I'll talk more about him. But I'm saying this because to show that this advice was to the follower of ID, and it focused on different areas

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or human level data. He talked about the quality of unasyn knowledge and what are their qualities and tieback and moderation and WASAPI. He talked about certain issues related to tila. So again, seeing Allah subhanaw taala because it's a problem that appeared in that part of the world at that time. Also, he talked a lot about sort of the reason why people go, deviate or be misled or misguided or deviate,

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like following the fabricated narrations on Hulu being extreme innocent.

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under him, and he had written a beautiful, beautiful advice in regard to how to deal with the fuel for the leaders that that that the school that you you belong to, and what is allowed and what's not allowed in regard to this area he talks about what does unity means what does this unity means, what Jana means and

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also what is Willie and Wilaya and being a saint or being a righteous person means this beautiful talk, it has points that is

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a bit temir repeat a lot, because the book that we have is a collection of different letters to different people. So, there is a lot of repetition, but what he said in that letter, the major will see you as something very unique, very rarely to find it in other letter of his anyway, maybe we put it as a candidate inshallah for the next one.

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But today, we would like to start with the first one

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which is or this minor one or short one, which is not as it was so yeah, I saw

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there was somebody wrote something and the charity father off most the time, I don't know what that is

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there is a group called either we will use Edie and LSDM because one of the things that he's spread in Iraq because he's you know, Iraq, there's a lot of Shia, a lot of bad talk about Yazeed so he it was said that he defended his he didn't know how Yeah, and he spread a positive things about the boys in general, because he used to call them Yazidis. And so people who hated ideas work and his defense of the OMA yet call his followers Yazidis. And it became later on,

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you know, any name for them and develop Subhan Allah He entered the Kurds into Islam into Islam through the gate of sin, but generation later on, the follower of they're not true followers, but those who claim to be a follower of him, generations down the road, took those people out of Islam from the gate of Sufism, because they were extreme Sophie's and their Sufism reached to a level that take them out of the fold of Islam, and they're not even Sophie anymore.

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That's another story and another day in shop. Matan.

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Let's read so at least we start something from the book today. And as we did before, we're just going to be reading

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comics commenting as it's needed.

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Now, ready from the question Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. The question Ebola simulcasting bin Yusuf bin Mohammed atta GB so I'm not I'm not sure if Bismillah Monahan part of the original text, okay. I'm a lot of Yanni.

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In books were very

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will look carefully to everything it said not to set so I don't think it is part of the original text. But maybe the one who published the book just start with was

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for the Barco Yes.

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Ebola simulcast and Ben Youssef bin Mohammed atta, GB a sub T. McCurry B says, I requested our leader, the chef fucky Amen. Respected scholar, Vanguard, I'm

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sorry, just after every sentence, I'm gonna ask you to be patient when I will class him. His name Adam, with Dean al Carson. Also in the news of the son of Yosef Mohamed a Tgb.

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And when we say at the GB because two G

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two GB not a touchy act two GB

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two GB with mum to Jeep is a name of a woman to Jeep been to so bad.

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She is a famous woman from mid hedge, which is one of the Arabic tribes that migrate from Arabia to an Delos and settled and betters. So this imam who was born 660 In Valencia in

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And Delos

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Spain today.

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He lived there and he was a very well known scholar.

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And one of the things that was so recognized about him is that he was a historian. He met so many people wrote, he wrote a book about his journey, that it is called relah. His journey that had been hijacked Rahim Allah was amazed by it. He said, this book is amazing. And it's three values. It's a very big one. And it's a documented all the things that you have witnessed Steen met, and so forth. And he Raheem a whole lot. His writing for the history is so unique, because he was himself a poet, a very eloquent, a very excellent writer. And not only that, he had a beautiful, outstanding, handwritten

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handwriting.

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His handwriting was beautiful, is good coffee is is is beautiful.

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In that time, any scholar who write very well, he knows how to write well and his handwriting is beautiful, immediately have an advantage and then he that's a skill that rulers like so a savant at that time, he loved him, he respected him. He honored him, you supported him. And the Imam wrote, This Imam wrote a book for the Sultan as a gift.

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And it's interesting, what's the topic you think he would write for? A ruler, he collected for him a 40 Hadith from the BIS headed that he heard and related to a jihad he said the law and the virtue of jihad, he said in law.

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Anyway, he died or him online cipta in 730, so he lived about 70 years. And he went for he memorized the Quran.

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He studied one Hadith, and he was good at it, as Allah said about him, and he traveled for Hajj and only went to HUD. He started traveling to collect a knowledge. He went to Egypt and he studied in Egypt with great scholars. The most famous Shafi scholars had been inducted to lead Rahim Allah and also the famous Hadith even Asaka. And he even narrated from an attacker, more Malik, not the whole book of Northpark, but most of it a few chapter he was missing it in a very, very high snad and he very short is not very high close to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam speaking of heights not yesterday, or before yesterday, a Shere Khan Katana Rahim Allah passed away and he does and North

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Africa from North Africa and he has the highest snad and Hadith in the Muslim world today

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or him a lot of data he died in 100 years. Plus if ah, anyway, so this Imam he met with nasaka Rahimullah when when in his mid 30s or at the end of his 30s

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and also he met

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so even Sri Aurobindo politically and obviously he met also shifted Islam Ibn Taymiyyah Rahim Allah to Allah, he read many books with those written with those Imams and collected a hadith, the call him the great nobody had diff why I am telling you all this, okay, why I'm like putting some like

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emphasis on this issue. So you will know the value of what he's gonna say right now about him in Tamia and also to see a man of that caliber asking what kind of advice

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okay, you might say, Yeah, sure. What do you need but doesn't mean he was in that caliber when he asked for advice. But he was in his mid 30s.

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And he was not just a teenager kid.

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He was still a student knowledge a very high caliber of art.

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So let's see. And definitely who was a Harlem at that time, and if some of you can tell me where we can get that that is and and by that time I've met so many is a scholar by that time is very

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yummy, respected a student of knowledge in his time.

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You will know this from what he's gonna say right now. Go ahead. I requested

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I requested our leader to share for K Imam, respected scholar vanguard of the predecessors, leader of the later generations, river of the deen Express of Rey and wonderful ideas with great eloquence and literacy. The most knowledgeable person I have met in the lands of the East and West, Tokyo Dean, Ebola Abbas, muy bien de Tamia, May Allah enable us to continue benefiting from him to advise on Hold on. So he said he described him or him I'll load data

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as with very interesting descriptions, but the one that he's saying this is color who met many scholars in the east and the west.

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That Ibn Taymiyah is the most knowledgeable person that she ever met.

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And it's a good way to have

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a role model for that later generation.

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I'm comparing between the English and the Arabic Okay.

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In the Arabic it says, the vanguard of that predecessors, what bhakti yoga to self Yanni is the one represents resemble what's left from that predecessors from the early generations.

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Some people are truly representative of the early generation.

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I heard.

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Rahim Allah said something very interesting about Chipman beds.

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He said, Ben bez,

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asked him What do you think Sean does?

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He start his tears start coming down.

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And that's something I know of and I witnessed it as well. I know it's happened before and I tried it and it worked. Because I heard to cry when he talks all the dots so I asked him his tears start coming down.

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And he told us in his house ramola

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Albin bass,

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that a man who doesn't belong to the century

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bombas is a man belong to the first early three generations and he belongs to the early generation to the seller

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to the Sahaba time tab in time it's about time and time and this area as if Allah subhanaw taala took him from that time and kept him saved him until our time to make him come to our time to make any any exist in our time.

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So we can see with our eyes something represents that generations

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and that's what this

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Imam will pass and Rahim Allah saying about the Potamia Allah when he said that the year to self what remain from that predecessor thing that's more powerful than just reading Vanguard have the person

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I don't know where he got that Vanguard from

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isn't Vanguard means the protector or something like that?

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Isn't it

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Hello? Yes it actually that's what he means.

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He said Bucky year to set up the remaining one from a seller

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maybe it's a different copy I don't know they used

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then he said according to the copy that you guys have the one I have doesn't have all this leader of the later generations revival of the Dean expressor of the rare and wonderful idea with a great eloquence and literacy most knowledgeable person I have met that's exist most knowledgeable person I have met

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but all the other ones that basically these descriptions of him Rahim Allah to Adam, I'm not sure if it is a different copy that the one that I have or

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or something else.

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Shifts.

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Does not have their share this two copies, shift cinnabar Haley that does not have the same descriptions.

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Yeah, I have also my own copy and it doesn't have that descriptions.

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So that's one of the thing that some people just have

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added and very limited with the translations which is not a not an honest way of translating.

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But anyway we have to look into the introduction as if they have other copy different than the copy that we have entered. So he said he asked you for the slam intimidate him a while to Anna

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questions or to

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basically he said I have met the line that you know what I Basler him a lot he requested him

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well, yeah, yeah

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to advise Yes, that's where we stand. Okay, go ahead, Sheila.

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to advise me towards what would set straight right my affairs consenting, Dean, religion and Dounia rarely man matters.

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to point me towards those books, which I may rely upon regarding knowledge of Hadith, and other sciences of the Sharia, to draw my attention towards the best of righteous actions after the compulsory duties to explain to me those qualities and skills attaining which should outweigh all my other aims. All of this but by by way of concise guidelines, may Allah safeguard him and pay some peace and Allah's blessings be on him.

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So he asked him Rahim, Allah for our sia for an advice. I wish they'd be named the book advisor those so you are the reminder.

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So he asked from him three things or four things. Number one, he said something that it will basically set a right to my affair. Concerning deen and duniya.

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Shea useless do you need to do?

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Something will help my dean injury.

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That's interesting. So he's not only for the dead for the dunya as well.

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Also, a book that I can rely on an element Hadith, or other any fields of knowledge that he will recommend for me.

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Okay.

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And also, he wants him to tell him about what is the best of deeds of trouble after the obligations? And you would have been to me I think, is the best of deeds that I can do you advise us to do after fulfilling the obligations?

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And

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our bone McKesson

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what is the thing that if I gain will be consider, okay, the most valuable thing that I ever can gain in this company

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will be Unilever, or Johanna McKesson, you turns into the kind of interesting way he said, explain to me those qualities and skills attending which should outweigh all my other aims.

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I don't know what that means.

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But what

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the Arabic one is our Jehovah castle, and McCaslin it means the thing that you will earn in this dunya that's why Max up it means profit, earn something that you earn and you profit and you gain. So what's the thing that it will be the most profitable thing that I ever can get in history?

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Okay.

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What's the most profitable thing that ever can earn or gain industry?

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And I want this to be what? concise, short and E map

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it means I need a map it means hence, you don't need to explain.

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Just give me the guidelines,

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guidelines gallons, you know, I don't know what it means. The details I don't need.

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May Allah Subhana Allah preserve him was salam al Karim Allah He Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. And he said and

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translation is, May Allah save garden?

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He said, And may I say lamb, which is Allah's Name?

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An al Karim Allah's name to be upon him.

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Any other word? May the name es Salaam and the name Al Karim. Bless you. May you be blessed just by the name Asaram And Kareem.

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And what a salon perfection. What's a curry? Perfect? Kareem it means the perfect one. A salon is the one perfect have no

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nothing missing. Nothing is wrong on him.

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Perfect. So be upon him and the mercy of Allah and the blessing of Allah.

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It's like when you say a Salam Alikum Yeah, and Allah 's name As Salam be upon you. That's one of the meanings of the word Astra Marika. Yeah, I mean, I ask that and the name of a salaam to be upon you,

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to bless you.

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Or to get from it.

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What it meant for which is Allah's Name, A salaam, which is the source of all Salama safety, tranquility, peaceful, perfections, and so forth.

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He asked it to be short. Why?

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Because it's a reminder. And reminder must be sure not to be long.

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Like what we're doing right now. So we'll stop here.

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Before we start with what happened to him, Allah said, and in sha Allah and next week, it will be easier because we do need to do all these introductions about the concept and the topic and individuals will go straight to that

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to the meet Inshallah,

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thank you very much. Was somebody comfortable about Gatto? And if somebody has a question or comment,

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check out one question

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about the Hadith that you shared right in the start at the end, one, I see her the follow up from the Hadith, where the Sahaba asked Cordner Lemon.

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Lemon means on what

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to the way we've always had the translation of Edina wanna see her is Dean in advice. But from the follow up of the Hadith, it's the things that are said, Is Allah and the book and the prophets. So is this sincerity? Or is the advice? No, I'm not see is one word that use in different ways. So I'm not saying is a very, it's like the word a tabla.

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Dupois has many different meanings based on the context. So that's why when they sit under see her you will think and not see him it's advice. But he said, No, it is unless it had to Allah. So I know that's not advice. So what they'll say here means is to be basically sincere.

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Will the last 100 is to be sincere in the worship of Allah. But what about Allah say hi to His Messenger, it means to be sincere in your following

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to the Quran is to basically to be accepting the advice of the Quran

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to accept it for entrepreneur guidance.

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But what about

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in metal Muslimeen, when I met him, the leader of the Muslim it means is to not to break the unity of the Muslims not to go against the rulers, as long as they are Muslims and they are keeping that secret of ALLAH SubhanA data and also, as long as it doesn't lead to a chaos and and a disturbing but also means advising them, reminding them making do out for them. But for the muslimeen in general, is by advising by being sincere and dealing with them by being honest with them by being cooperating with them by loving them by establishing brotherhood. So the word analyse how it's a very general meaning here could mean a dean the religion

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and I know this translation advice is a very

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doesn't give justice to the translation.

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Okay. And that's common, and even sometimes in Arabic. I give you another example.

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That is very common, even though

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Almost almost not, not every but almost the early generations understood something and the people later on especially in these days have a complete different and complete different use for it. Which is the verse in the Quran we're in Nicola Allahu Lupin Aleem.

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What that means

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that He created him with the best of manners

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that were in Nicola hooking him to Mohammed Solsona.

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Have you heard this verse before? Yes.

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always referred to hook which means good manners. You possess it. You have the best of manners. That's right.

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That's usually heard the translation. Do you guys agree with me? Yes, that's right. There are 16 people on this call. So do you guys agree with me? You can unmute and said yes now. So I feel at least those

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Yeah, that's how it's normally translated.

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Yes, but if you look at them have a serene among the early generations you'll see in Nicola Dean in Albion your upon the best of religion,

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but not about mannerism.

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So, but the word cloak, manners, actually it can be a very big word, big meaning that means equal to the word religion.

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If Allah so the whole religion is mannered because it's the manners of dealing with a lot of the manners of dealing with the Quran, the management dealing with the prophet the matter during this another matter how to deal with the rules, the manners with dealing with people, what's all the Sharia.

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So some words can be very big it is and the meaning that it carries and the word Talaq the word the word na see how is one of them? Yes, nobody else

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the other interpretation for this verse we're in the Colorado hook in Albion is Yanni your practice Yeah, Mohamed off the religion is Aleem is great.

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The first one which is the most common is that the religion that you practice is great so great all the is description to the religion. Some said notes inscription to the practice of Muhammad's also

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by anybody else has a question or a comment

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Shala looking forward I hope you guys excited about it because I am definitely excited about the book and looking forward and sha Allah Allah to

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read it hopefully inshallah in

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any way we finished soon Trump

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