al-Wasiyyah as-Sughraa [The Concise Legacy Advice] Book #01

Waleed Basyouni

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Could we know how the

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woman went about

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what he did was stopped last time I

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talked about my Adderall the Allah and

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process alum kumara this was so you

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know, I think that's what the Prophet SAW Selim gave me. This was a year. So can you read the author Rahim? Allah said, the author Rahim Allah, Allah said,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam case was radula Ando. This was here, knowing that he was the possessor of all of these excellent qualities.

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This indicates that this was sia was is comprehensive, which is obvious to anyone who understands it. Furthermore, it is an explanation of the Quranic with SIA

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which is that one a last Hanukkah Allah said, what was said in a Latina O'Toole keytab, public uma Yakko and it up Allah, this is the wasa that ALLAH given to the people who have the book and to ask them to have

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Taqwa of Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And we said yesterday, even more as with all the virtue of Maha that we get to know about how knowledgeable he is, he still need to be reminded of the basics. And that's an important lesson for all of us, especially those who are involved in Tower. So many times we get a cut on things other than the basics other than the foundations. And we became fascinated by it. And we put so much focus and effort on it. But the reality is that what people need the most regardless of the level of LM regardless of their level of a data, they always need to go back to these basics and to be reminded of it any successful dower any successful movement has to based it as Dawa and movement and and

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foundations on the basics and the fundamentals of Islam. And if you look at the Muslim Hain

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revivalist the revival of Islam, all of them look at the NA revival, you will find that they all one of the common theme between them that there is so much emphasis and focus on the basics, the principles that's what will unify people that will build a strong community a strong nation strong Ummah and a strong Deen

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then he said Rahim Allah would comment on that, whoever understand it.

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Any

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Illuminati akkada understand the world and the importance of understanding what the right amount of human life say and what the prophets of salaam say. And what Allah subhanaw taala say it's one thing to know what Allah said and Mohamed salah, but another level is to understand what Allah and His Messenger SAW some upset understanding is a higher level than knowing

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somebody needs to be mute to mute themselves I don't know there's like if you have somebody talking in the background just mute yourself

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so there is a difference between knowing something and understanding something and that's one of the thing that we all strive to achieve which is to be able to understand a Quran and Sunnah

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just one second

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somebody keep calling me okay

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then he said and this will see you for more ad explains, okay, off the organic was a year of the Quranic also, you Asuna come up as of yet to festival

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and celebrate him Allah one of the common statement that he's made. A sunnah is an explanation of the Quran. As soon explained the Quran by giving more details by giving more emphasis by adding more information by repeating the same concept, a sudden and never contradicts our Quran.

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Quran never contradict the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Selim. Can anybody tell me why?

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So from Allah

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because it is from the same source, both are from Allah subhanho wa Taala by

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Bismillah

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then he said Rahim Allah the comprehensive of the wasa year,

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the

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coffee, but Amanda and Jimmy YEAH.

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If I would translate, okay.

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Okay, that that title it is from Him, whoever published the book, but the next statement was about to suggest

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that title is something somebody add, I always get a little bit frustrated when they see people added to the text what is not from it,

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unless it is an explanation, but anyway,

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even to me, I don't know center.

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The other center Hello, Joe. Hello, what makes this legacy so comprehensive is the fact that it covers the two rights upon the human being. Number one, the responsibility towards Allah, the mighty and sublime number two, the responsibility towards Allah's servants.

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The word that he has helped help me into rights.

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Okay, the two rights upon the human being the rights of Allah subhanaw taala upon you, and the rights of human beings upon you. So

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in this basically

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this heavy cover all these two areas, which is everything that allows for data has rights and creators rights and the creations rights. And

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this is an interesting

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because of the following

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everything that we've been ordered in Islam, all the rules and Sharia, it's either has to do with Allah's rights, or the humans rights, or the creations rights. Okay? And the here is specifically is it literally bad, that the servants of Allah subhanaw taala and a bad to hear doesn't mean the Muslims only, but it means everyone, all kinds of servants of Allah subhanaw taala believers or non believers, righteous or non righteous and

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help Allah has no agenda, the rights of philosophy to Allah, he started with it, because of how important and higher it is. Sometimes you hear some scholar might say,

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a bad couple, a bad proposal about the rights of people, the rights of people, the rights of people. And it's important, you know, it's easy but it's between you and Allah Subhana Allah

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Yes, it is easy with this between you and Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to a certain extent but don't ever understand from what the elemental human Allah is saying. That it means that the human beings have higher rights than Allah that's not true. That's not what the original model human Allah meant by saying that what the aroma Rahim Allah meant by saying that Coco regard Medina and Masha, well wha Musa Maha that Allah Subhana Allah forgives while human beings don't forgive the mean by that, that in the case of breaking the rules, Allah more likely to forgive you if you seek his forgiveness. But human beings will not forgive you if you ask for their forgiveness. But it does not

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establish the fact that human beings have higher rights than Allah.

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And it's so strange and weird. When I heard someone for example, saying, Chef, I'm working it's eight hours work time. I can't take from my time to pray. But what about last night I was right to pray to not to miss a lot of law. No, no help open event. The right of people have more priority. That's that's not how it works.

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You know, Allah subhanaw taala is higher than anyone else. And you should always this is should not undermine the rights of ALLAH SubhanA data and the field in your heart to disobey Allah subhanaw taala that's why a shirt for example, is something that will not be compared to any other sin.

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Even what's the worst case

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lead on to another human being, killing someone

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raising some rates or killing

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feeling terrifying all this great severe sense. But no doubt assured COFCO is way worse than that.

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There is no doubt about that.

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So

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one enable the worst sin, but still disrespecting the last part of data is much worse than that. So don't understand like don't ever undermine the rights of allotment. I'm also gonna help you out I'll leave the normal you I'll do sha Allah, the enamel taco lube, the honoring of Allah Vitalis rules and the regulations and the duties and the rights of Allah Allah should be always honored and respected

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and that's where he started with help on the layer on the layers just the rights of electronic data then he followed by support on a bad triple A that

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what is the people's rights upon you?

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But Allah's rights the things that he made it obligatory upon but what about his servant his servants okay

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the rights of human beings upon you as an individual comes from two sides

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Can anybody think about what do you think that is two sides any all human beings rights upon you comes from two sides

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from a from b

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none another six rights understand what I'm saying?

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How like

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i kappa has right upon me

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That's right upon me can be stablish by two ways a b Can you think they shot as a right upon Salah has a right upon I can make her have a right upon me through two ways. A and B. Let me see if you can figure them out.

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You can unmute yourself I want to make this since you guys like classes.

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Is it one

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more shot right?

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Yeah, I need you on close

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where the REITs establish?

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Like, no, what's the source who legislate this rights?

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Allah. Number one Allah so Allah, so your rights upon me comes from a Allah, Allah tells me that I have to give you Salam. Allah told me that I have the person told me that I have to follow your agendas. I have to be good I have to do I have to support you financially for you, in an event the rights of human beings comes one from Allah Subhana Allah whatever Allah made obligatory upon us toward others.

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But what's the other B?

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Check is not something not something in the Quran. It's something that Zhi Shan kind of alluded to it

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business transactions

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can you be more general

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check is a second one

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you have to fulfill that promise.

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Excellent promise how about if we use like a term that is a little bit more professional

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contracts

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Okay, contracts. So you make human beings have rights upon you either because Allah have made this recipe towards them or you get in a contract and you made these rights for them upon you. I hired you

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now you have rights upon me to give you a salary of that amount of money every month. That's right.

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That's my contract that became your rights.

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Allah didn't tell me to give you every month 1000 pound or every week but now I hire you on a media contract now became help your rights upon

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by you marry a person now that marriage made, Waleed is basically have rights upon him towards Leila his wife

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that he has to fulfill that right.

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Okay, and she has I have right upon my wife.

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So, also rent,

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you have helped to pay me my rent every month or every year, and so on. So put or who deserves larger for the teacher or the bay or for the jar, any app that I come into contract that we sign, that became a right so when you think about Temple Law, the rights of Allah comes from what Allah just lay it to himself and have a bad word Allah said, as health for human beings, and also what you enter whatever contract that you sign with people, it has to be fulfilled by

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someone will help the Libya ally. Okay.

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Go ahead, complete read.

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This, we'll see also takes account No, no, no, hold on, sorry. So covers the two rights upon the human being the responsibility towards Allah. But

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yes, this will so yeah, go ahead.

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This was he also takes account of the fact that each person will be deficient in fulfilling his responsibility. For example, by missing a duty or doing something forbidden. The messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Fear Allah, wherever you may be, this statement is comprehensive. And his words wherever you may, Allah Holla Holla Holla this was so you also take takes account of the fact that each person will be deficient in fulfilling this responsibility. So nobody will be able to fulfill the rights of all humans. And all people, you know, I'm not going to fulfill my wives rights 100% My kids, right, so I never said my neighbors rights 100% My Muslim brother Harper

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said my coworker 100% I always be mistaken on that. Even the rights of Allah subhanaw taala upon me to remember him to be grateful and thankful to him all the time. For everything that you give it to me, I'm not going to be able to do that. Now we're going to fulfill everything under percent. So that's basically understood, okay, from multiple levels, I know you feel to be bound here. Then he said in a bit how how you violate and how you miss some of the rights. He said, for example, if he didn't say for example, he said, and the person's deficient and fulfilling this responsibility by not by for example, by you should cross the word for example, because there is no example. That's

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the only way you're not fulfilled that the only way that is a deficient and fulfilling responsibility is by the following. Missing a duty or doing something for better there is no third option there's no other example.

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So could look through the violation of these two rights happen by are the rights happen by either leaving what is obligatory, or doing what is forbidden.

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And that's what we call sins. Sins wrong doing

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either by not fulfilling the obligation or doing the horror. I miss a lot of fighters that's a sin.

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intention. I didn't fast the deer from above it's a sin.

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Okay, or breaking the rules.

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I listened to what is haram? Eight what is haram? I signed a contract that that is haram. I consumed something which is not allowed a back by my brother or my sister that's doing a sin. Okay.

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Which one is worse?

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And remember a human himolla had a long debate over this.

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Some or Matt said something and that's it.

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Leaving the obligation worse than doing the horror

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and some aroma said some LMS said no. Leaving doing the Haram is worse than missing the obligations.

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And some Rama said they are the same.

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Because why they are the same. They said because

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if you do something haram let's say you consume usery radar.

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Okay.

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By doing the Haram, you have left what you've been ordered. You've been ordered to stay away from the radar ordered to stay away from Hummer but you did not fulfill the order. That's why you drink alcohol or you you consumed alcohol or you start dealing with river. So he said every sin every breaking rules is an actually leaving an obligation

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And when you leave an obligation, you have done something wrong. So isn't in the end of the day, it's the same thing. So when you say, leaving an obligation or, or doing what is forbidden, in reality, the the outcome is the same. So that's why I said there's no, you cannot say this is worse than this because there are equal, because every sin that you commit every rules that you violate, there is an obligation you have left. And every violation, every obligation you left, you have violated the rule. So at the end of the day, same thing, if that makes sense to you guys.

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Does that make sense? Yes. Yeah. Clear. But so from this,

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and the reality, and the best way to understand this is to say,

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you cannot make a general rules by saying leaving the obligation is worse than doing this. And because since our level since our levels, so for example, you cannot say

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you said said? And they said well, I didn't say what it was set up. It's why do you want me to see what added comes sooner,

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you cannot compare this leaving this watch it to the sin of for example, consuming alcohol sure will come up.

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Because sins on level, but if we talk about the same level, the same level, that's what Mr. hemella we're talking about, like if done on the same level, and it's hard for you to imagine

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these things and put it in the same exact category. You know, it's very hard to, to put it in the exact same category. But in general, in general, in general, note that leaving the obligation is worse than doing the sentence doing that, since in general. And the given example of the obligations of may constitute to add them something that the shape on left and Adam ate from the tree, even the who was forbidden from eating.

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But you can argue that no, what made Adam sin less is his Stober. And what made a ship on sin worst is his arrogance. So you can argue that as well.

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Like

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then he said, if this, if this is the case that everybody everybody will fall into this.

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not fulfilling the rights that were there was the outcomes. So what's the solution?

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How can I survive? Listen to the process. Go ahead.

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The messenger SallAllahu wasallam said, Fear Allah wherever you may be

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this new, comprehensive and his words, wherever you may be confirmed that the human being is in need of taqwa, both secretly and in open.

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He then said, okay, hold on.

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So, if this is the case, you will be not fulfilling the obligation. What you've been asked to do to fear Allah subhanaw taala to have Takane. We talked about the taco and what it means before.

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I have a question for you guys in English speaking, guys.

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When you say where ever you may be.

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In English, is that related to place?

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Or time?

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place to place? Yeah. Play Fair. In time you sit whenever? That's right.

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Yes.

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At any time. That's right.

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Yeah, if you want to make a general statement about time, at any time, at any given time,

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I think if you want to make a general statement about place, wherever you might be, that's right.

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And if I want to make a general statement about the state you are in, I would say in whatever state you might be.

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That's right. Or whatever a situation you might be or however you may be. However, you are maybe these three areas time, location, the state of the person.

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Okay?

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Are all three of them combined?

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is the meaning of the word Hey Summa.

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This word

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Hey Suma

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couldn't,

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which is translated, wherever you might be actually the word hate filmer. Give three general concepts. One, anytime at any given time, whatever you might be, and whatever state you might say, if you're rich, or poor, you're healthy or not, you're weak or strong, you have to fear Allah. So hyphema is basically related to whatever state you might be

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day or night,

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time of ease of time of hardship.

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And wherever you might be alone or on public, home, or traveling or whatever you will be. So the word haoma is one of the most general statement in Arabic language.

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And it's very powerful. And the word here so Tuckwell, and another word should be something that in something that you possess in everywhere all the time, no matter what your situation is, young, old, you know, healthy, sick, married, not married. You see how general that word is?

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Okay, Haytham, I couldn't do it and he had to heal a Taqwa fee. I certainly what I learned, he said, Because

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where are you maybe confirm that the human beings in need of Taqwa both secretly and in the open.

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Why he mentioned this specifically. Because you know, having a taqwa in secret and private is much harder than open.

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When you're alone, when you're living in a place when you're traveling, when you're alone, nobody see a robot you know, you knows you, it's much easier for you to break the rules.

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Go ahead continue.

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He then said follow up a bad deed with a good one, which will cancel it. We can see the wisdom behind this by looking at a man who eats something which is bad for him, after which the doctor prescribed him to take something which will cure him.

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It is inevitable that a human being will commit sin. So the wise person is one who is continuously doing good acts, in order that the effect effects of his bad deeds are canceled out.

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In this hadith, the phrase bad deed is used first because the purpose here is to wipe out the is to wipe out bad deeds rather than to do good deeds. This is similar to the Prophet Sol it was salam saying about the Bedouins urine, pour over his urine, a bucket full of water.

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There is a lot of things he has to unfold. He said to him, I look at it.

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Since we were all going to commit a sin. There is no one unless we'll commit a sin.

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There is a Hadith that famous Hadith khulumani Adam Hapa All human beings are

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any old who was committed sins, or mistakes and wrong be wrong deeds, commit

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sins and the best of sinners are those who repent to Allah. This hadith famous it's in the cemetery many, even though many of them are not Hadith considered weak, but also others considered Hassan are acceptable and the concept is 100% Correct.

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And Soham Muslim Nabi Salam said that the last time Allah said with adequate delay,

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yeah, in the tune of Allah, you are not my servants, you commit sins day and night. And I forgive all the sins and the other Hadith those who commit sin in the night, Allah's Fontana, welcome them at the morning to repent those committed in the morning I like working for pen and night by stretching his hand to welcome them. So it is

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a natural thing that's I've been teaming up to him a lie is the phrase, whoever commit a sin.

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He is basically nothing but

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like what we say in English, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. That's right. You basically like your father. That's the nature of human. That's something that our Father which is Adam Alayhis Salam commit the sin and his sons carry

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that after him

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there is a Hadith fee of Bharani

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Anil, they have the Rahim Allah said

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there is no one unless, unless he or she commit a sin

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and some particular sin, and they go back to it from one time to another, they keep falling into the same sin again and again and again. Until, until

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they

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leave it by death any, they will might continue to fall into this until they leave the sun, or they themselves die.

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And that's when the sun will be stopped practice. So

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that's common, like and the people falling into the sin. That's why the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala is so great. And we say send remember it is by leaving the obligations or by doing what is haram.

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So he said, If this is the case, this is the case, we need to know how to heal ourselves, and that we're this. So Allah told us, taqwa everywhere all the time in our situation, I cannot, I'm not going to be able to fulfill that. So the process Salam told you right away,

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I know you're not going to be able to fulfill that 100%. So what to do, follow the bad deeds of the good deeds, because everybody will fall into the bad deeds. That's why he immediately followed by that outburst of Taqwa all the time and all situation and everywhere, which is something impossible to be fulfilled. 100% He said right away. And if you commit a sin, don't think that you have lifted what completely No, you still can gain that, by what? by purifying yourself from that sin.

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And he said, it's like the doctor, when he tells you, you know, stay healthy, or how stay healthy diseases comes and things attack, you know what, eat good food, it doesn't eat that and protect yourself. So he gives you basically how to stay in a healthy way. Okay, and if I see that you consume something bad, I tell you what to consume, to purify your self to clear and to cleanse yourself from that bad thing that you have consumed.

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Or an another word, in modern days, we say he will tell you take a medicine or a medication that will solve that the disease that you have or the problem that you have.

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He said to the smart person who were the one who always bring the good deeds to wipe out the bad deeds. So and we don't count our sins. So that's why we don't also count our good deeds. So we keep doing as much of good deeds with the intention to purify also from offshore coming by what's the point of this?

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The phrase bad deeds. Okay. I don't know how many of you guys familiar with Arabic language, but those who are familiar with the Arabic language, we have a concept called Fail Wi Fi.

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What that means, fail action a verb that is the one who's doing the verb and rule the one that the verb or objective

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so for example, Walid

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ate an apple

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I ate an apple so what eat is the one who did the action which is eating the apple is the verb or the actions fallen on okay. Sometimes in Arabic language, we have double my fruit, Apple,

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um, for example,

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and another thing so two things instead of one. Okay, so here the Prophet sallallahu sallam said,

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Well, I Tibet, you should follow

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the bad deeds with the good deeds. Originally the structure word the structure originally is like this will activate. I'll have Senator will add to bear. I say Yeah, tell Hassan

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Are you

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but what I say I tell Hassan the structure. If you go to the to the norm, it should be what Bill has Senator say. Yeah. Follow or make the good deeds to follow the bad deeds. But it never is. I didn't say that didn't say do good. And follow. Make it to any act.

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To make a make good deeds show you why the bad deeds he didn't say that. He said, Follow the bad deeds with the good deeds. He didn't say, do good deeds after bad deeds, why? And why did he put it in this structure, why he put the bad deeds first and the good deeds next?

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They said because the point of the hadith is not to increase, not encourage you to do good deeds. The point of the hadith is that you do bad deeds. So that's why you should follow it with good deeds. So the emphasis on the bad deed, so this good deeds is not done with the intention of I'm just doing it to worship Allah to please Allah Nana, that I'm doing this good deeds with the intention of to wipe this one. That's why he put the bad deeds first. That's what he's trying to tell you here. It's like when the prophets of salaam said the urine of the Bedouins that urinated in the masjid. He said, Cebu le, the noble mineral map, he said, Put water on the top of that.

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He didn't say, you see the urine, put water on the top. Now he said, Bring water and pour it over it. Because the point to tell you is not to tell him that urine is not just the point is to tell you that water is the thing that purify. So that's a very interesting way in Arabic language, you change the structure of the word, just to put an emphasis on what you want the listener to focus on. You want the listener to focus on or to learn about how water is a purifier. Not About That urine. It's not just that's not. So here, the focus is to know how to deal with the sins. The focus is not to tell you it's a good thing to do good deeds. No, no, the focus is to teach you something special,

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which is the bad deeds will be wiped out by good deeds. That's why he put it first. It's like when I say

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so if I say Waleed Waleed ate the apple

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or ate an apple

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the emphasis on Waleed because I came here. But if I change the structure of sentence in English and said the Apple was eaten by will eat

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the apple was eaten by already here, the focus shifts to the Apple because it came first on to make sure that the thing that was eating is the app, nothing else. So that's an Arabic language at least when you change that structure. Whoever comes first means the point of focus on that point. That's a very interesting and Arabic

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I don't know if make much sense to you in English or not. But the close things I can give you the example of the apple I just said, bye

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it heard about him, Allah said

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Yanni.

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This beauty,

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this eloquent see

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this ability to express such an deep meaning in such a beautiful way.

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They said that's not something from the Prophet sallallahu.

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That's a revelation. That must be a revelation. That's why Baba Yaga said, Giovanni Kelemen. Nabi Salam, ye laughable ha. Romana. He said, The wording and the meaning of these beautiful general statement of the Prophet sallahu wa salam it is a revelation it's not something comes from his

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language ability No, this is something that where he was stalled and he basically delivered SallAllahu Sallam the same thing how the Quran is just perfect in every word and it he said also this hadith which is so perfect so unbelievably like amazing how much meaning that it carries said this precise a hadith it also something that is revealed to the prophets of salaam the wording and the meaning of it or hemo like that

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anyway

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cool ahead.

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Exactly are on I need to clarify what he said about the focus on the car, not the good deeds that became clear to you. That's what I meant to say.

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Yep, I'll be happy to say

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okay, good.

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The types of actions by which sins can be forgiven

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at

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As most of this is, these are titles from the person who published the book but it's not clear to me

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that it is most appropriate that the good deeds are all are of the same nature as the bad deeds

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for that is the most effective in cancelling, cancelling them the recompense for sins can be averted through several things number one, this this is so beautiful he said

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when brilliant cool has an admin Jesus say yeah, yes sir.

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You must care that the good deeds are the same nature as the bad deeds

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or higher or higher. Why because that will basically

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will increase it will be capable of wiping listen give you an example.

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Or you give me example ask a question. Somebody Miss Salawat

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Miss salon that in the past did not pray on time. I know that Pinta to Allah subhanaw taala on chain how you wipe that sin of missing the salon that's how Kumar

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how you follow that to the good deeds that wipe it out

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praying Salah

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what I mean, and I pray for each other. I missed another vote.

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No, that's not from the Islam. That's not from the Dena Muhammad says some people they repeat a lot of four or five times 10 time costs if that's not the right way.

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How your Toba became perfect. How to perfect your Tober to wipe that said somebody said something in the

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chat.

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Okay, he said, praying extra sunnah. MashAllah Hafsa excellent.

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It just hard for me to read. But so so excuse me if I don't read every time. But you're more than welcome to unmute yourself, say whatever you want. And we just have

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to pray extra Senate and no often. It's actually one of the things that will perfect and wipe out some of that shortcoming. And that's why in the Hadith Tirmidhi, and the day of judgment, it will be said, look at this person prayer, is it complete? And if it's not complete, it will be sad. Look, hell in the home in nephila, does he have extra volunteer prayers to make up what is missing?

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So nephila makes up what is missing?

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For example, sometimes it's not about missing the Salah, but you pray the Salah, and you messed it up. You forgot you maybe it's not your three but it was but it was actually to morrow. Maybe you forgot it was three not four lower because you are not focused. You prayed and the whole prayer somewhere else was missing things there. You did not say subhanallah we are Aleem as it should be. You missed one of the big bad in the Salah.

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So then often make up for all these things. What before Nafion or what else one part of perfecting your Tober a good dessert by the bad deeds or Salah that somebody said but I was hoping that you perfect your Salah you pray in jemar You pray on time

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you pray with model sure these are something that increase your Nafeesa prayer these are the thing that will help you praying and Maccha and increase the number of Mecca and because a multiplied this one thing that will help to do same thing with fasting Ramadan you missed Ramadan so what you do

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you increase your now often Monday Thursday, you know the white days in the month

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Okay, play your

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Libra LIBOR backbiting

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How can you do as a good deeds that Why'd the bad deeds?

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Speak good about them?

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Okay, good. You speak good about that said. I said two things.

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Can anybody else

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you say good things about the person, especially in front of the people, especially in front of the people that you have said bad things about him in front of them. What did he say? kakaka.

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Make dua for them. Yes. Because Lieber is mentioning bad things about the person.

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So when you make dua, you mentioned good things about the person to Allah. Then you make

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You may say good things about him in front of the people. So to Allah and to the people who start saying things good about him, that's even higher than you when you said something bad about Tim in front of people. Now you said good things about him to Allah and to basically to people. So that's a higher good deeds than the sense that you did. Very good

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music listening to music and haram songs.

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You increase your worth

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listening to the Quran, reciting the Quran, and so forth. Okay

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adultery

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marriage lording or gays,

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watching the Haram pornography, renew more Quran or Salah is higher level, one of the greatest a bad Lamora I've had.

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Okay.

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usery

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we say charity, give this a cat. Okay.

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On time to fulfilling that obligation is not going to wipe the Senate. But I mean, extra extra, like extra things you perfect your second you, you go beyond the watch. There's a cat. But the point is to increase your startup or your charity.

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Somebody was not good to his parents,

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to give summer on their behalf to make more drought for them to make sadaqa jariya for them, to take good care of them to get care of those who will be loved and so forth. So and we have to think about this way. Look at the size of your sin and make sure that the deeds that it will wipe it out it must be equal or bigger. That's why when remodel the Allah and said when he objected to the problems, he objected to the process sometimes when the person was talking about Davia and changing the name and making the treaty, he said why would we do that? Oh man, I feel so bad.

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You know what I'm gonna set alpha i will put a man in kanji that I did good deeds, like the size of the mountains, just to wipe out that work.

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Look at the flick of a cellar.

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We've been out Allen said once my mother called my name. Then she was four so I'd apply and a yell. I was yelling Yes.

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But it sounds like yelling. I was yelling because I want her to hear me. But also it could sound like disrespect and frustration. I consider that a sin that I have free slave for it

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because boudoir leading and being not respected to mom to mother is a great sin. So he worked he did he said one of the highest kappa which is like killing someone

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the confounded exposure is to get free somewhat sleep

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the set of hammock very interesting, fit and understanding of that concept. And that's where he came up with this idea that a senior it has when you do a good deed it is from the same nature level or higher to wipe it out

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or to heed and Sunnah

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a Subhanallah being truthful, last sincerity the love the fear, the respect the honoring of philosopher Gaga is one of the highest level

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of about that that wide sense.

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So you have to be any you don't go for example oh, a man said yes a lot. I kissed a woman a texture woman and Haram the person good pray to raka Yeah, to raka but this Turaga has to it's not one of these Tanaka that you didn't know what you say on her last check. That doesn't work this way.

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It has to show that your heart into it you're you're really seeking the forgiveness from Allah soprano. What that

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and I hope this is any.

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This is an important concept to know and to be aware of that the good deeds in the same level or higher. And it is something that that's why and also very helpful here. The more knowledge you have, the more ability you will have to choose and to know what kind of good deeds you need to do to wipe that scent that you committed.

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So if you commit one of the Kabbalah you need to increase one of these things that consider one of the greatest things about that in Islam. You do it like how Salaat to hate and and so forth.

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We have only three minutes left. Go ahead that see he said here interesting work. The recompense for sins can be averted

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through several things

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don't underestimate him and Tamia My advice to you.

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He chooses word very careful

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Hi, yah Zhu Ji boo ha

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that averted.

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Basically, the recompense for sins can be averted the recompense that the punishment of the sin not the sin be wiped out.

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No, the sins still, you know, deep in your record, but that impact of the sin can be wiped out can be you can protect yourself from the recompense of the sin from the outcome of the sin from the results of committing that sin.

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Okay, now that part yes, Zhu Ji boo Ha,

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which is the punishment

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of the sin and the punishment of the sins or to punish the sin in the dunya and in the ACA, in the dunya, while your life and while you're in your grave, and in the ark era, when new resurrected there is a reduction, they and hellfire

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two levels and each one each category.

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So here

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because there's two things has to do with since there is something called Apple,

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Apple it mentioned to wipe wiped out completely. And there is something called Murphy's Law. Which means it's not wiped out. But it is became harmless. No impact of it

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become harmless. Like what you call an active virus like me everybody's alive. It doesn't have any impact.

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That's called motherf er. That's why Allah has two names for an hour for that we say, alpha, well, Afia higher level. And that's why in later either we asked for the highest one, which is awful, that it will be completely removed.

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will be completely like that.

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Or for Anna, one for Lana or Hamlet, or for Anna, taken away, Evelyn, even if it is still in our record,

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for give us any Rob, protect us from the consequences of that sin, from the result of the sin from the punishment that associated with that sin. Or Hannah, have mercy on us because even if I don't have what it takes to protect me from that punishment of the sin, your mercy can do that. Just the less than that the last hope for you.

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If the Mercy of Allah will not help you there's nothing that's going to help.

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So here he talking Rahim Allah to Allah, about the thing that will protect you from the

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punishment of these sins or the consequences of the send

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or the result of these sins. And these things several, he mentioned for I believe in your in your in your letter.

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And I read about him a lot. It became an issue of interest for them to collect these actions, which is the Sharia and the process or lamb or the Quran and Sunnah says that it is a form of protection for the servant from their sins.

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And among the most any famous book that

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was written is by a half of them in Agile Rahim Allah. They've been hijacked by him on work, I wrote a book and he died in the middle of the ninth century 852

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And he wrote a book in AlHassan and McAfee.

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And if I took the sign in will cap era, knowing that qualities that it will make the fear it made protections, you know, cover you cover means covering that will cover you and it will protect you from the sun. And he wrote such a beautiful book that inspire half of the cod Rahimullah to make a summary of the T games.

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What

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60 years later

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62 years later on someone that like 50 years later after have them hand over him Allah died. And he wrote this beautiful book. He died in the early 20th century cod. He wrote Maupassant a summary of a COD's book.

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Okay.

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Then

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200 years later, like in 14th century, in the 14th century history, there is a famous scholars, Tani, what his name I'll keep, Danny l KITTANNING. Mohammed bin Jafar, very famous scholar and Hadith.

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He wrote, she felt was Army.

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Well, lamb

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is the healing of the sickness and the pain of the sins she felt was subpar me? Well, as a female you cafiero mean? Normally Well, I found what will

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protect you or raise the impact or protect you from the sins and the bad deeds.

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Just for the record, since we're on the subject

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of Ben Heather was not the first one even has it also inspired by a share of his in the seventh century which is remembered wounded Iraqi Mala, who wrote a book about this concept and I'm just trying to tell you that this is something that I cared for and wrote about

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because such a beautiful concept and if they're paying him a lot about this bill to me or Mr. Murat also of Arcadis and that's what we will be talking about next week in sha Allah.

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When we talk about

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the three things that he mentioned four things which was going to be covered in sha Allah and next

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week when we talk about shall

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leave the floor if somebody has a questions or

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comments suggested

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the chef Zach Lochhead I wanted to ask in regards to what you're saying you know the this thing was a good deeds that you do should be equal waiting to wipe it out or higher or higher. So

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for the for the Salah, which was missed for example, would it be one set of nowhere Phil would be the equivalent of the Salah

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not to increase or no if you do so many of them

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was not just one nasira like the Torah candle pmla and know if somebody have years of missing Salah that person should make them late every night

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and with the intention that these to wipe out that sin should not misaligned the message should not miss a lot and pray on time could focus more on Salah because of the missing Salah and his record that he has to deal with it and the day of judgment

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should make sure that never masala again care so much about the caring so much about salah it's it's a deed in itself to wipe out the shortcoming before

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Can you stop the recording I guess? Let me ask you this question.