al-Wasiyyah as-Sughraa [The Concise Legacy Advice] Book – Intro

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The importance of ignorance for avoiding negative impact on one's behavior and behavior in one's life is discussed, particularly among the Jews and Christians. The negative impact of the "has been there and never comes" message on Muslims is also highlighted, as well as the negative impact of negative experiences and strong will and knowledge. The historical context of "good manners" is also discussed, highlighting its use in cultural and political practices and its importance in avoiding harm in actions.

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He left on I believe

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page 11

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The influence of the habits of economics

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because it sounds correct

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Bismillah who's gonna be reading today, I will be reading Inshallah, smile up, along with our live Allahumma hula influence of the habits of ignorance, especially of the Jews and Christians.

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It should be known that care regarding expiation of sin is one of the most important needs of a person, for neglect of this may lead a person to acquire the habits of the days of ignorance, especially in an age in which revelation and messenger ship has stopped. And hence these days have some similarities with the days of ignorance.

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Even one who is brought up amongst people of knowledge and faith, finds himself polluted by many aspects of Jena Helia. So what about one who does not have that advantage?

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In the southeast of Omaha, the and Muslim that is a Hadith on the authority of Abu surveyed, or the Allahu Anhu at the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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you will certainly follow the ways of those nations who were before you, hand spanned by hand spanned cubit by cubit. So much so that if they entered a lizard's hole, you would follow them. They said, All messenger, do you mean the Jews and Christians, he said, whom else

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this hadith is supported by the Quran.

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I'm not going to read this one. But Allah Subhan Allah says, First stem to attune Behala cannot stem to the Caudalie Khun

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Wahoo tomb can lead the HA goo

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they had their enjoyment of their portion and you have yours as did those before those before you and you indulge in idle talk as they did.

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This hadith is supported also by many authentic narrations.

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This matter even affects the elite people who are attributed with knowledge of the deen or some other solid like Sophia nibbana. Lena have said

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that some people are attributed with knowledge have become affected by many of the conditions of the Jews. And some of those attributed with piety have been affected by many of the conditions of the Christians. This will be perceived by one who understands the reality of the deen of Islam, with which Allah the most highest sent the messenger salAllahu alayhi wa sallam, and compares it with the situation of the people

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with the situation as it is that person whose hearts Allah has opened, who is on the light that Allah has given him who was dead. And Allah brought him to life and gave him light by which he could move among the people was such a one, it is necessary to be aware of the conditions of ignorance, and the path of those of the two nations, those who those who have incurred a loss, anger and those who have gone astray among the Jews and the Christians, so he may realize which things have affected him. Hence, one of the most beneficial things for both the elite and the ordinary person is knowledge of what he can do to save himself from these pitfalls. It is to follow up bad deeds with

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good ones, good deeds being the actions, manners and characteristics, which Allah has recommended on the tongue of the last Prophet sallallahu. I think he was 700 now salatu salam ala Rasulillah Juan

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these two pages that are so many points?

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I hope that you pay attention, because part of the reason of this class is to train us to read the books of the earliest colors

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and being used to their style. The earliest colors, Rahim alone, they write, their words are chosen carefully and carry so many meanings and so many points. So I'll just point out some of these points that I want you to dwell and to think about as we read. So the next time when we read another page, you kind of start reflecting upon what he exactly means also saw the translation I'm not very

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fond of.

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He said,

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It should be known that care regarding expansion of senders one of the most important needs of a person,

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magnetic shut, and Mahima very important to care for. And that's something that you ask yourself, is that something really of concern to you? Have you really read books written about? I mentioned some of the books that written about the expansion of the Senate? Have you really thought about it so deeply like this, like when we said, for example, we need to ascend the need to have good deeds test to be a nurse, same level or bigger or higher? Is that something of concern to you? To continue Rahim Allah said, this is one of the most important thing that you need to know that you need to be aware of, to increase your knowledge. And I'm glad that we spending this time together to to read

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more about this issue. Okay. And he said, from the time the person reached the age of puberty, from the age of puberty.

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See, he didn't mention this point in your translation. He said, The most important needs of a person have been to me actually said, from the time you reach the age of puberty, in Kenya below signal below. And for me, that makes a big difference, because I've been to near him Allah saying that from the time you reach the age of puberty, that's among the realm that is larger for you to learn. So that means it is something that we need to teach our children as the each reached the age of puberty. Can anybody tell me why even Taymiyah said that? Why he mentioned specifically, when people reach the age of puberty, that became one of the most important thing to learn? Because she

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begins when a person reaches puberty is Ansible. That makers? Yeah, and when you're a teenager, you got to commit to.

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So pointing this out, as something makes us reflect, do we really take this as a priority? Do we include this in the end that we teach our children, our youth? Do we talk about this subject as much as it should be? Then he said, specifically Yanni, you need to know of this more in our time?

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Okay, but he said hustles somebody had to hit as an especially in our time, had been Tamia talk about this when he is like more than 700 years ago.

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Okay, he said, especially in our time, you need to know more about why because in his time he sees how far it is from the cinema. how common the sins are.

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Maybe only and I asked you by Allah subhanaw taala. I didn't even need to ask you about like I just with any common sense, what do you what should we say?

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I mean, to me the thing that in his time, it became a very important thing to learn, because how common

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the act of ignorance and the act the sins that is committed. So what about today?

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He said, he said that our time allotted to space Seminole, Fatah and he is comparing his time, let me see what is, you know, especially in the eighth, he said, I don't know if that's what you get from the English translation here. But what he's saying here, he said, especially in our time now, why, because his our time when we were I'm living when the premier referring to his time, he said it. It does look like the time of Fatra what's Fatra? What's the term of Attra? Anybody knows? The term of Fatah

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is the time between the messengers

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where the knowledge is disappeared.

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And very few knowledge left like that then before the Prophet SAW Salem was sent, they have a lot of it from Dean Ibrahim. And it was mixed with a lot of *, a lot of data, a lot of wrong things, a lot of wrong practices. That's why it was called, even though there is still trace of knowledge from Musa ASA Ibrahim is not even exist in the world, but yet it was called the time of Jack Illya ignorance. Why? Because they are ignorant of the true real message of these prophets, of what's really Allah wants loves, really ignorant, they are ignorant of the true meaning of a bad, they are ignorant of the dangers of sins and disobeying Allah. They're ignorant of how severe This is how

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wrong that is. So he said, that's why it's called the time of Jack Illya. So he said, The time that we're living in now, it is like that

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had been to me, it doesn't mean to judge everybody in his time to be capital J, you know, this is

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what you call that when you say that this is like that. It doesn't mean that they're identical. But there is similarity.

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When we have similarity, it doesn't mean that we are identical. There is a similarity between America and UK. But they're not identical, not the same. You know, they're a similarity between Europe and Australia, but they're not the same. The end of the community in South Africa and South America, but there is a difference. There is a similarity between Muslims living in them Western Muslims live in the Middle East. But that doesn't mean they're identical. There is some similarity from certain aspects. So when he said that Rahim, Allah don't think that he is judging the whole society to be kufan. Everybody left Islam No, but what he's saying there is a similarity between the

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two times why because at that time, sins are committed Schoodic are committed, beta are committed in the name of the religion. And in his time, he say, I see vidaa shirk committed in the name of religion. People don't know that pure hate means people don't really follow the rules, don't respect the rules, don't care about disobeying Allah subhanaw, Taala and so forth. So he said that's why it is similar to that then then he follow that from ballew from certain aspects, okay.

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They have some similarity with the days of ignorance with the days of ignorance.

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if I want to summarize to you, what Jay Lee really means, okay. Jay Lea means

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the time of J Lea, the time of ignorance has to clear sign

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you can identify two things so clearly about the time generally.

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Can anyone try to figure them out? Or one of them? Let's see.

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If I wanted to tell you what are the most to distinguish thing about the days of January?

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I mean, look at if you have a J Hillier days you can figure that out to majority of people do not fulfill the basic obligations.

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majority of Muslims.

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And it says not the word Muslim does the time of Janelia denying that

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it's not denying judgment, resurrection.

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Only Christian Jews didn't deny it at that time. Still Natalja here.

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I would cosign and it would probably be the abundance of people following their desires

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and the abundance of doubts in anything that's true.

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Okay, so the desires Shallotte ignorance.

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If you talk about Janelia days, these are the to distinguish thing. It's a time where people fulfill the desires fully worth notice structures. And also people in any way Hara haram doesn't matter. It's about fulfilling desire. It's money. It's a sexual or whatever you can think of, even in Janelia. Today, if you look at Delhi today, it's all about these two areas. abundant amount of ignorance, no knowledge and abundant amount of and we talk about knowledge, any knowledge of Allah, knowledge of the religion of Allah subhanaw taala. That's the knowledge that we talk about.

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and the second thing will be is the issue of abundant amount of, of just fulfilling desires left and right.

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So, and that's what is the journey is about. And that's why if people take oh my god a days, look at your earlier days, you fulfill your desires and you have no knowledge of Sharia you don't know much about Islam, you don't care about learning you mix culture with religion without religion, you know, you really don't know much.

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And by the way, I'm for those of us who benefit from it. One of the thing that always that people who follow the setup and people prescribed to the SRA Arcada criticized by a lot of Sophie's and a lot of Ashley's and they attack them, and they said, Hey, you guys use versus that it was referred to the kuffar and to, and you apply it to Muslims, you applied to Muslims, and they considered a lot of Sham the rehab for that. And

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and there's nothing wrong with that, when we say and that's, that's something so common ly used by, you know, it'd be salsa Lamb The companions or the Allah animal that they look, even if the verse was revealed in relation to the kuffar or to the Jews as Christians, or any in any group or any sector in religious groups. It doesn't mean it restricted to them, we have a rule it's called bla bla, bla bla bla also sub, that the point is the point of the verse, Not why this reverse revealed or to whom it was revealed. So if there is a verse revealed to so hide, it doesn't apply to Sahib only, you know, like when ALLAH SubhanA data said, that there is people have sold themselves for the

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sake of Allah, you know, and prefer to buy what Allah has over what they have in their hands as So, this is applied to anyone who will do the same and most diverse as a specific rule only specifically to this particular individual. Because as I said earlier, when you are something like something else doesn't mean that they're identical. They just have some aspects of similarity.

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So he wouldn't have been to me or him Allah said this is the tunnel jelly he doesn't mean that the jetty Lee

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but look at even Tamia Rahim, Allah said, he made this so clear from certain aspects. So he did not generalize and he said, This is a time complete JD because complete jelly. Yeah, I was raised by Muhammad Sallallahu but it was

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the jelly 100% was array. What's the proof for that?

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What's the proof that the Janelia 100% Jelly never going to happen after the process Salam was sent until the Day of Judgment right before the Judgment Day.

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Can anybody tell me Well Shefali do you get that that the process Allah arranger Hillier? He has raised the jelly in a sense it will not come back 100% There will be aspects of it, sometimes will be majority sometimes will be a good luck but 100% No impossible. There's a hadith of the prophet Isaiah something which he said there's a small group of my ummah will always remain remain open until the Day of Judgment, it is a group of my ummah, or apart from my mom will always remain in the house. So that's why the chair helliya will never come back completely. Well never the hat will never be ever

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lost completely until the Day of Judgment.

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That's why any

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summer criticize a lot say Rahim Allah Allah Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, and I 100% support that criticism to his work and the widow Quran. And some of his work even his brother Muhammad. In many times, the language that they use is so dark. So dark, in general lies Jaya Helia Jamelia to acknowledge the ignorance of the 20th century. We're living in generally are we living in generally are we living in generally? The kind of general life? Yes, there is. You know, those who deny the fact that there is Joe Hillier,

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but also we don't want to be an extreme and affirming this in a way that is so negative. And it's a very dark picture that they

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paint. And I understand that personally, especially with Seth, because since he became religious, most of his life in jail. Like I think somebody was telling me once that he looked at how many years

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He lived outside jail after he became religious. And he said it's not even 12 months. Like he's in and out. So somebody lived and sell and no doubt is writing his his work would be very, fairly dark, you know, very, very negative. But

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we don't want this kind of attitude in the Chevelle. I don't think that's the right one. And darker than this would have been has another week, Rahim Allah when he wrote that book, read that whether Abubaker in LA when he wrote a book, which is one of the books that I was shocked by the it was very intimidating book to read in my youth, which said read death rate that means apostates from Islam, that Abu Bakr cannot even reverse today that's a very dark Outlook to the world that I don't think it does have a positive or good impact in Dollar General anyway.

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But look at the balance of shareholder Islam Rahim Allah Who Tada and I want you to

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he said that he would he talk about as militant Phaedra Phaedra come comes also the word for tour and and it happened in our time, where time where the dour listen carefully what did he mean like he talked about his time where there is for tour Yanni the curve going down?

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You know and that happened to an individual level, community level, nation level OMA the whole entire nation of Islam can happen as well. Where people became there, basically, their strength and excitement and

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zeal is not there as a strong as it been. You know, there is curves goes down and goes up. But this ummah can get sick but never died. This Ummah, can be weak, but never stay weak, this ummah cannot sleep, but will never die.

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This amount can be for, you know, to always keep that in mind, because some people see the change that happened to the some of the Muslim ummah or some of the Muslim countries today, and they think that it has no Allah Subhana Allah, this is how this ummah goes through ups and downs and curves. And it is, it's like if you are in trades and study market, and that's the similar to Allah subhanaw taala. And this creation that goes, doesn't stay in the same level of goes up and down. And even us as an individual, which is something important for me to show and a community as well. You see, sometimes, at one point, some of you may be older enough to remember, hey, in the 90s, were people

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so full fledged strong, the Dow is strong, and he look at how 2000 goes down a little bit come picked up after 911 or 711. In your case, you know, picked up goes down that picked up later on the now it's coming. That's natural, that's natural. But

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be careful.

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Look always and that's a big subject to be covered, but something that maybe you can reflect upon more alpha two, which is basically when the lack of high ambitions, lack of determinations and a bad data or determination and towards the dean, the worst part of it, when that lack will that curve goes down when it comes to your relationship with Allah

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in a bad that's why an abuse of sudden a woman cannot talk to who either assume that the family data if you're Fatra if you're basically low. Okay, according to the Sunnah, you're still in good.

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Well, that means like, I might not be able to pray You know, my Eman is not as it used to be like.

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And that's something that I see to myself, I see it and, and many of my friends and I don't know how you guys grew up. But for me, I grew up when we grow up that's like in high school and middle school and end of the school, high school college. If you go to Joomla you go to Joomla like 3040 minutes before the salah. Yeah, and this is

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this is very bad.

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This is like that's not right.

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Tomorrow, you need at least two to three hours before Joomla start

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to be there.

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That's just just the norm. This is nothing to be roost about.

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That's should be the norm.

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You get it. I just not like it's not like oh, I come here. Now that's your normal early if you come right after failure. That's something like Oh, that's very special.

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The norm is to three hours two hours.

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Have you meet today?

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People see what time is the hotbar

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religious people

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know because the work even on the hour days off,

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become like 510 minutes.

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Five minutes, three, four minutes before a farmer

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and car, read the Quran Hutmacher on a regular basis. So here's the Hadith,

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the MLA, the process, Salam said, if you're fatter according to the Sunnah, you're still in good. Yeah, and yes, I might not have that determination to come two hours earlier three hours earlier, but you know what? At least I don't come to the masjid after the Hulkbuster

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at least Yes, I might not be able to pray all this night prayer, but at least I never miss winter even if it's one of like

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you know, might not be that much time but I never missed return verse from the Quran.

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Because of some of that hadith, you will not be among the healers that are funny.

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I never missed a Salah.

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Yes, the best thing to pray in the beginning of the time ASC so as long as you don't miss it what is the Sunnah of the Prophet salaam you're good.

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The other type of tool which is you be very careful about also the full tour when it comes to learning the deen

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don't have that interest commitment. So I'm so proud of you guys to commit to this and to other classes as well.

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And also there's another factor in teaching the religion

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of a tool which is lack of commitment to spread the knowledge

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and I see that a lot as I work with a microbe with the teams with organizing events and classes.

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But I'm proud also so people who don't have that tool they have the zeal have the strength have the excitement for tour also in an unbeatable model for that and then monka

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Tao it Allah see what is right standing for what is correct

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some people have asked me cares like

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just myself and that's a footnote in an area also, that person should pay attention to and the worst of this all I'll Futura and Sunnah when in dishonor law that you have lack of interest to support the correct Arcada the way of the Prophet SAW Salem the way of the early generation of Islam can kind of shame up it it's too controversial. So you know what I'm not very excited about it. I don't know

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that's another type of tutorial that you see.

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I'm not sure we should teach class about to read and agree that

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that's that's the type of tour also my opinion is very dangerous to see it in the community in the society and the dollar in general.

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Anyway, then he said that to him Allah Tada

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Hanaa and in the visa Salam he mentioned Hadith in the midst of Salam that he said even if the editor I lizards Hall, you would follow them even though lizard Hall is typed is is not any smooth, it's not straight. Okay

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also it is one it's a hole a hole on the

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end the ground then it is not something that you will follow them if they you know rise on the top of the mountain you follow them to the top of the mount No you go inside a hole and he's so disgusting

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but you still follow it which is shows you when you follow other than Allah as well you go down you never go up.

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And the sheer punch Harlem make fun of me and make you see things that is if you go back to common sense, you know, this makes no sense for you to do that. But he's still doing it

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because it'll help make you blind.

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Okay, then he mentioned this beautiful verse, where Allah subhanaw taala even Taymiyah said, well how the Hubbardton dusty listen carefully to this. He says this hadith supported by the Quran I'll tell you something about even Tamia Rahim Allah, even Taymiyah Rahim Allah and you'll hear me saying this ever. If we read our living Timmy a lot you will always hear me saying. I mean Tim, you hear him online. You will see this

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is very clear in his work and maintain you have this point that you always repeat is everything every major things and main theme in the Hadith of the Prophet Salam, it is from the Quran

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and he always mentioned that Rahim Allah and you will see you always support the Hadith with something to support it from the Quran. That's why he said and the support of this hadith for the meaning of the study is in the Quran. First tentera to be Hara becomes

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karma stem to Allah D lemon publikum be caught up to him will hope to Kennedy Hubble

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festen Titan Behala become yeah and Benassi become minute Dean I will do near

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uni you have their enjoyment of their portion portion of what of the dunya

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portion of the desire

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okay. So they fulfill their the portion of their portion of this, their desires the same way the people before them have fulfilled their desires. Then he said we're hooked on calorie horrible, we're hooked on calorie carb what that means, he said that basically will hope to be Shala Misha bohat Let me see how I translate it before you and indulge in auto talk as the did hear over means in indulge yourself into debates into

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doubts. Okay, the same way they did and how they start talking and debating and and raising doubts and what ended up these doubts making them basically have doubts about the religion, no doubt about Islam, leaving the practice of religion and so forth. So, he said that this is basically the combined between two things, they follow the desires and the raised doubts and you are doing the same thing like them, you following your desires you want to fulfill your desires and you are raising doubts about engaging in these doubts. So, you basically copying them and what the people of the book have done.

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They did the same two things

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Then he said him a whole lot

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just just for you to if there is anything I want to say more about this

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doubts, okay, comes from the lack of knowledge.

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Desire comes from the lack of well.

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Okay. The lack of well, the lack of wealth comes from not being connected with ALLAH SubhanA connect your heart with Allah subhanho data, because the heart where is the action of the hearts where the strength of the man comes. And doubt comes from the lack of knowledge. Okay. And this knowledge which is comes from your also intellect, it needs a light in order for you to see things that light comes from Allah doesn't come from how smart you are. You see the truth and you accept the truth, then you determine yourself to follow the truth. So what happened to the nation before us? There is people saw the truth, but they don't have the will. They want to fulfill their desires. So what they

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know they know the heart. They know that it's clear for them they see it but they can't do what Allah ordered them to do. So what they did they start doing the Haram while they have knowledge of it to tell them and that's happened a lot among the Jews. That's what I love became angry at them.

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The Christian they have the will the termination the love the connection, the art, but there's no light ignorance.

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So debating among themselves, raising doubts

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breaking into groups.

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And what happened the end they have lost that light. So they start worshipping Allah Vista

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in ignorance,

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so they got misguided

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that's why Mr. Fianna Yang and others set mumble lemon Rula in the whole Asheboro video who among Bolivian are bad enough I wash my business on the worshippers who are misguided among us similar to Christian because what they have determination the love but there is no life No no no

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and the one who have the knowledge but they don't have the determination to the determination to worship Allah they became the lack of that roadmap fess up to

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the fastest among the scholars the fastest among the student of knowledge may Allah protect us

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you tell me who is the who is worse than these two

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come on guys.

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No no

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no knowledge no

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any faster and in the sentence jive.

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You see fast and Jack

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and I will tell you I see a lot of this category in these days more than the other two categories

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whose jarhead have no no unfastened his heart so into the dunya not a bad

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that's a lot I

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also, he said Rahim Allah to Allah and this hadith which is Bukhari and Muslim have so many other Hadith to support

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and this concept, this concept of

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be misguided because of the lack of the will and the terminated determination or the knowledge and following the people of the book before us

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many a hadith which is so he sang in the translation here he said authentic narration but in the actual book he said so he and Hassan saw here and has an

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what do we mean by

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us haha

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rule the Word Flow he means authentic

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Yeah, the books have a say hi or

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you know so he and has an aura terminologies terminology is used by that had the theme okay

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but some they might have a different terminology use it in a different ways. So for example, they said Asahi, any Hadith which is authentic we call it Hadith in Sahih any Hadith which is not authentic we call a person so it's not authentic we've got a person

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follow him Allah used that in his book on Masabi.

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so just on that point, does that mean that the way that he's using it here is it for that these are acceptable to the level of alcohol or is it something is it more to do with the Hadith terminology terminology

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use the same terminology.

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So, what is what is authentic have conducted that

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the conditions of being authentic but some have very specific terms to use the word hustle.

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Okay, some older the earlier had the themed earlier modernity, the call the Hadith al Hassan is the week when you have multiple narration together, but not very less under it. They call it Hudson.

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So the mean is not that that very strong narration that can be found in the statement of the very early skeleton heavy

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but that terms that is now established and used for

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For centuries is what you are familiar with have even Hassan even

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as it had him on live mentioned in and that's the most common use by the

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way the scholars in general. Anyway then he said Rahim Allah something interesting

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I just want you to pay attention to something and tell me what that means to you

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even the one who is brought up amongst people of knowledge and faith, find hipster himself polluted by many aspects of Janelia

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Hey guys

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this is Ben Tamia talking about

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what we can say today.

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And we're not raised among people not

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and we're not living in a Muslim country Muslim society

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and even Tamia does not have Tik Tok and Instagram and Snapchat and and WhatsApp messages and internet and Netflix and an ads on the streets and an interacting 24/7 with a culture and an environment that it says has so many of what is haram and what is not correct and what is immoral what not like what what we say I mean to me Mr. Cena

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it is a great blessing

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to be raised among lol

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great blessing to be raised and grow up around people of knowledge, people of Taqwa people have been

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making sure that the environment around you is clean.

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That's why it's important to have a righteous white, righteous husband.

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A good family. A good community. Going to the masjid.

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You guys remember the Hadith within the beasts of salaam said 70,000 will enter Jannah without being questioned without punishment? You know that hadith?

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Yes, I'm sure you guys do. Remember what what the Sahaba said when the Sahaba tried to figure out? Who are the 70,000? What did they say? Anybody knows?

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And for the processor long before the person told them, Well, who are they? They start to figure that in their own. So one of the things that they mentioned was what?

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Palu Homer, lady in a woody do fill Islam.

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They must be among those who were born in Islam.

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The Sahaba recognized

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the virtue of a generation that is born and raised in Islam.

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And that's something that you should keep in mind even Taymiyah Rahim Allah, you know, when he said, even the one who is born and that means when to recognize the value, but yet did not that was not enough to protect us in his time, from being impacted by these characteristic and these wrong practices and bad cultures.

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So the same thing for us we say today.

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It's a blessing, but it's not enough

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to pay attention to yourself. Pay attention to your own character.

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Don't let lawyer regard

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especially if you live in not only here sometimes you go to Pakistan, for example. They lower their guard or they go to Egypt or go to Saudi Arabia. Has they come that's it. I know brother in Houston. He took his family to

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a Muslim country.

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A heartless religious Muslim country

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to his kids became a drug addict.

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hooked up and drugs in that Muslim country. They never did that here in America.

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His wife was around so many bad Muslims that she ended up leaving Islam. She did I don't see any different. When I was not Muslim before she was a convert.

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I had him

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Much better live than these girls

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it was fitting for her

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all this because the Lord the gods completely

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so be careful we living in a time it's different that's what I've been to him Allah say.

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Anyway one quick point look at when he said by him online I think page 12

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This matter even affects the elite Elite is a very bad word out use elite give that

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he didn't see elite like he when he said Can any man hospital Montecillo been Yanni the righteous

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people, the people of knowledge.

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And then he said Rahim Allah

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you here

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this situation as it says that persons whose hearts Allah has opened, who is firm on the light that Allah has given him.

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This is a very beautiful word. And it has a very important condition the light that Allah has given him.

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Your religious religiosity should be based on knowledge and that's the light at the love giving you

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your images it should not be in the stereotype share so on so Allah this way or that way or that movement? No it should be based on the Quran. It's

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not also based on excitement and emotion reaction. No, it shouldn't be based on knowledge. No, you know Allah, which is.

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Also here at the Jamia talk about the importance of understanding how the nations before us get astray. And what happened to them. It doesn't mean that we need to do this in detail and know about what's happening in details into the nation of Iran. I don't know how what where did they come wrong? What was the reason? How did they dealt with it, there's a lot to learn. And I say today, that's one of the big bets on us and this time is also to understand

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how nations other than us been impact with this modern new things that is happening in the world today.

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And how it impacted them and change their religion even farther away from how Musa Anissa salatu salam used to be and guess what?

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Whatever have taken them away you will see most of them follow the footsteps

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and when they see Muslims have a 348

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a tree a palm tree, on a Christmas tree, palm tree and the hand things on it and unit decorated

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ah Santa we have a lot of Santa Monica live a lot of bearded guy and are

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She has it okay if we say Mary

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it just it's the interest of these are small claims by the way for me Mary these words but there's a bigger issue here. Behind

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that even in the way that we run the way we carry ourselves in area and big area in economics and politics and and social work and and how we view the world.

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You want to see how it impacts nations and how we can like our found somebody was talking about

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black prophets and black Sahaba and black Madrid and it's a black Sahaba with me black Sahara or even black.

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Why why even there is an emphasis on the skin color of the Sahara what Bilal nothing made him special about him being black or white. What makes him special is basically this Eman has stuck was his commitment to subvert his resistance.

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You bring in your racist views into the sphere of the province of sama.

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But it is the impact is the culture.

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We're living in a society that people seek people through colors.

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So we bring this to the religion

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is that that's a bigger picture here.

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We see the slide the changing of society

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the same way that

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As law happened outside the guidance of the Quran and Sunnah I'm not saying that there is nothing to learn. There's a lot to learn.

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But also there is a lot to be worried about.

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And this is a topic that I thought

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I was saying this for years.

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There is a book written by Shem Hamra do have like him a lot. I think it's a genius work.

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It's one of my favorite book by Chanda Rahim Allah.

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It's called Messiah Ilja Helia Allah T Hara we had an abuse of salam ala Jaha native is among

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the areas where you see a clear distinguish between the Prophet salallahu Salam is way and the Jaya Helia Wait.

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He gives an amazing examples.

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Okay, I say I would love to see someone today to write the same concept. What are the jelly issues of today, that didn't be sulla salams way is different than this way.

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I'd be a brilliant book to be brilliant lecture to be given.

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Which is something so common to be accepted.

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On it is among the jehadi and to show people how ignorant that is, how long does it

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and how clearly the processor might oppose that way.

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Then anyway, he said to him a whole lot. Hence, one of the most beneficial things for both

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that Al Hasa. Here, L L, the people of knowledge and ordinary person Delaine the person is not as a person of knowledge.

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Elite, I'm not sure that the best way all of us, but the people of knowledge and the ordinary people

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is knowledge of what he can do to save himself from these pitfalls, yes or no? What part

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which is the sins

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to know what can protect you from that sense, which is the pitfall. So even to me telling you don't be arrogant. Don't Don't deny the reality that you can make sense and you make more mistakes, okay.

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Then he mentioned something very, very, very interesting. He said, listen carefully, he said, Good deeds being the actions, manners and characteristic.

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So the Dean cover all these areas,

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because some people care about not the pitfall when it comes only to for example, the deeds, don't care about his character tree

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doesn't care about his o'clock manners.

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or care about the flat manners but don't care about religion, and happy.

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But you should be careful, the sense can apply to all these areas.

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And following the footsteps of the other nation comes in all these areas appy the filk and characters and manners

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following the footsteps and what they went wrong with not what they did correct.

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Then he said Rahim Allah, well Hassan had good deeds,

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how to recognize good deeds, he said, being the the action which Allah has recommended on the tongue of the Prophet sallallahu

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any will recognize what is correct based on a delete not based on desires, not based on culture, not based on what my opinion I feel

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I saw in my dream no, it's what came in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu.

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Is it okay if we take 10 more minutes Are

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you guys have to go?

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Continuous on

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patients in the face of misfortunes.

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category of things which avert the consequences of sinning is expiating misfortunes, ie, whatever causes hardship or suffering

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Eat fear, sorrow, or harms to or harm to one's wealth on a body etc. However these misfortunes are not the work of the person himself

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although so they've been to him a lot said

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he added here something not in the Hadith which is one of the thing that will exfoliate your sense okay

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and will protect you from your sins in practice and which is the calamity that strike you the hardship that you go through

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and these the previous one which is Tober is still far doing good deeds are the actions of you, you initiate these things but now he said also your sin can be explained the things you don't do things happen to you without your well and choose

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but how you react to it, it will determine it will be a cause for your sins to be

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washed away so as if you work both ways things you do and things happen to you both meant to purify you to wash your sins away that's out of the last panel to Allah's mercy and look at what he said here Rahim Allah minha min what his name I said that he said

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it be it fear sorrow or harm

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him well here's a good amount of talk a lot about him my husband is sorrow fear is that will be the right translation for it or not. Okay some said I'll hum is basically is that fear of the future

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and in Herzen is the sorrow about something happened in the past in the past

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okay some said so

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Hum hum

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is what occupied your brain

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in the negative way

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adhesion is what occupy your heart and the negative negative way

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so it makes you not able to focus are not able to rest

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ship and water alone

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um, I mean, everything.

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Okay. Oh, but they said one of them. This is about tell him what hasn't, because it came into a hadith. This is the ham is about the brain. And it hasn't it's about the heart, the emotion the feelings. Okay. And this isn't about the future. It hasn't about the past. Then I've been to him on law said he mentioned Hummel hasn't just has to do with your site cycle with your psychology. Then he said, not only what happened to you negatively, psychologically, but also physically. That's why he said what other that means every negative things happen to you, physically or psychologically, it will be something that Allah will raise your son we'll see how deep these words are, how deep the

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meaning is the choice of the words by him or him alone, dad, and that physical things that happened can be related to your wealth related to family related to body, Your Honor, you know, also will count as something that will be a reason for your sins to be forgiven for forgiving and being protected from the impact of your sins. In there be some Allah Allah, some of them said masala, but oh, yeah, I mean, the the calamities will keep striking the moment in this dunya until the moment we'll walk on this earth, and there is no sense on him.

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And some narrations, it was said that the believers in the Day of Judgment, when they see the amount of reward that they got because of the calamity that they went through, and the hardship and the sickness, they would say we wish none of our calamity was resolved. None of none of our sickness was basically were healed, because the amount of reward that they got out of that

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Do you want me to continue? No, hold on, Sophia. I'm trying to remember what Sofia answered. So piano God Rahim almost said manlam Yellin Bella Nima?

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Let me Africa wherever I'm at that you're not happy. If you don't see the blessing of calamities.

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You don't have to clean I have a good understanding.

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And the very famous Hadith had it say we say the holder of the line I should do Nassif, MBA from Bolivia, the one who tested the most with Colombia hardship are the Prophets and Messengers. Then after that comes the righteous people after them

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It was said

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that the people before you one of the Sahaba or the tab insert, that Allah ma Rahim Allah and the people of knowledge if you're used to your for HANA Bill Bella, Kamata for Hoonah and Tom Bill atop the so happy with the test and calamity the same way you guys now hobby with gifts and whatever given to you.

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Your culinary is a solid metal civil movement, the believer whatever happened to him from NASA?

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Well, I haven't when I haven't

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what a husband with a husband

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when I that no harm and the husband hasn't talked to you about earlier. That's why I will on to these two words because became in the Hadith

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unless Allah subhanaw taala reward you for it.

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And you're all aware of that verb Hynix IWM the movement, the movement all his matters good

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for him

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and this is only for that believer or only for that believer.

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Allah says we're best should a cyber in

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give a Glock title for the slavery in NEMA your facade ruler

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that's basically

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he added this Lahemaa a lot data to the list of the points that it is

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among the things that will raise your sense or raise your son. It will come back and he will add a little bit more to this discussion later on. But he stopped here then he's going to start now talking about the third sentence and the Hadith will highlight the NASA the whole thing hasn't you deal with people in with good manners with good manners?

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It's already 10 minutes from Delilah curly hair I was hoping to cover this

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last sentence and that consent 10 minutes but the short one

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it's another few minutes finished

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the funnel shift funnel this fella

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Yeah, you can read it.

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It nature.

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After the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had covered a loss right in the first two clauses, to act righteously and to rectify any harm done. He then said and behave towards the people with beautiful manners, thus turning the rights of the fellow worshipers.

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It is from the good nature of a worshiper, that when a person cuts off relations with him, he continues to associate with Him by greeting him, respecting him, praying for him, asking a lot of a give him speaking well of him and visiting him. If someone deprives the worship of knowledge and wealth, he responds by presenting them to him. He who does injustice to the worship her with regards to his blood, wealth, or honor, He forgives him. These are some of the characteristics that constitute good nature. Among them are some better obligatory and others that are recommended

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us for the great character by which Allah describes the way of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam then it is none other than the complete Deen comprising everything that Allah has commanded him with

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As explained by Mujahid and other commentators, it is the implementation of the Quran as our Aisha Radi Allahu Anhu said his character was the Quran. The reality of this is an eagerness to put into practice those things that Allah loves, with purity of soul and contentment of heart. That's it.

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So here after mentioning that the good deeds and

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the person do to raise their son, he mentioned him a lot, that in the third part of the Hadith are lost in the process. I'm sick to my heart, that you should deal with people with the best of manners with the best of manners were highly up in NASA, the whole open hasn't.

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And basically, he said, with people with beautiful manners with a beautiful man.

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Then he said, it is the right turning to the right of the fellow worshipers. I don't know why he said worshipers came from because of the music parlor. Well, what happened NAS even destroyed the meaning.

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The intimate didn't say worship. He said it is the right of people. What's the difference between whatever the mayor said and what this translator did

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he made this exclusively for the Muslims because there's an

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excellent that's destroying what the meaning of what he said isn't what happened NASS to write the people that are the dimia said so that include Muslim and non Muslim worshiper and not good practicing Muslim

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who have the highest right upon you to treat them in the best of manners

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then spouse

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family members, starting with children, brothers, siblings, uncles, and so forth.

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neighbors then close friends

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those who they have a brotherhood with them sisterhood with them the closest to you

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You know what guys I found out my life which is very sad. Especially when it comes to friends and stuff like that and

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that they are the one who we least care about fulfilling the rights and treating them with the most beautiful man

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anytime you find we care so much to compliment to say nice things and gifts and stuff like that to those who follow it from us. But not those the closes doors to stop

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non Muslims, coworkers, people I meet and randomly in the street and everywhere. So the next all people all people so good manners should be dealt with those who like you don't like those who are cheer with you your religion or not. It's the most general thing you can think of good manners with animals good manners with my team engineer human beings specifically, because that's the main focus

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but some of the Mr. himolla said GMAT or Dean that religion is about two things

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personal hold up man how to have a good manners with the people was simple mal have

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and to be truthful with Allah

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with Allah subhanho wa Taala and that's why I said

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Menza Rekha and Hello zadock fe D. Those who have better manners they have better religion. That's one that comes from the Hadith a Cameroonian Eman I certainly has the best of you and Dean have the best end manners the best and manners

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it'd be so that was reported that in the midst of solemn said

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are bound in could Nephi Farah attic and McPhatter come in a dunya for things if you have them. It doesn't matter what you mess from this dunya if you get this for anything else you mess and you don't achieve dinner doesn't really matter.

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He said Salah and it's

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simple Hadith that when you say you say the truth. That was a man that would somebody

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trust with something you give back you fulfill it was the hook to have a good manners when you're good with people what if to admit

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that you eat good food and pure food

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then he said Rahim Allah to Allah, wa Gmail Hello kill hustle

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all good manners can come into the following these are different different way to put it you can take these four points in the Hadith and you can mention them. But he said in the end of the day, all good manners goes back really into three say which is what you mentioned here right Am I allowed to add and this because there is a Hadith was reported in different ways and different wording and mis Hadith. There is a whole debate over the authenticity of it. But because of the large number of narration of this hadith, it shows you that this hadith has a base has a base and even if it there is not a single one of them is authentic, but if you could look them all together could be reached

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to the Hassan divide.

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And the Hadith Yeah, and they reported by a very happy worked on WhatsApp was made well by the Muslim.

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The hadith have very interesting word is it in a macadam at

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the best of manners. I do look at other highly early dunya

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he said so Salam Do you want to know the best manners that the people of this dunya and the people in the AQa people of gender process any of the people in this dunya who are praised the most for their manners, the praise the most because of these manners and the people don't gender the reach to Jana, because of these men are the same

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and another racial part in US dollar for why

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the best of virtue

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would be attained through these manners, three manners but lejana to sorry had Eman and another another you will not reach that purity of Eman because remember good manners good deed, good religion good faith.

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Okay. So, all these generations that came, many of them are more settled many of them are sometimes animal fourth and this concept also came

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a statement from many of the Sahaba and the tie between two very common three points. That is very common to hear in that setup, Rahim Allah God and it was said that this hadith was revealed in relation to a verse in the Quran, which is a verse in surah Allah

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who will ask for more will or will add and a JD okay you can look it up your cell what are these three

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and the cinnamon PATA

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to stay connected to those who cut you off

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and 30 Am and hammock

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to give those who prevented you

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an TYFA among parliament

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and to forgive those who have wronged you

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if you have these three

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that's what these ahaadeeth innovations are really punishing that's the best of all manners

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to connect those who

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cut you off so obviously

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a prior to that is to be connected to those who are connected to you. Yeah, I mean, can you imagine if it's not until you connect with the people who cut you off?

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I mean, obviously you should also care more about connected to those who are connected to you. Then have been Tamia Rahim Allah, who are they are all the people that we just mentioned earlier, and NAS, you know, when he said, this is the right of people.

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These three all apply to all kinds of people.

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All the people that we mentioned earlier, all the category mentioned earlier than the maintainer Hala, they want to explain to you how to connect with people. Because Connect is a kind of what that means. He said

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does don't give you set them you give them set up. Those who don't treat you well. You treat them well. Those who you make the out for them. You make a steal far for them. You praise them even if they don't do the same to you

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doesn't mean that you have to be their best friend. But you mentioned these things which is every Muslim can do

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also to visit them

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if you can.

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Then he said and to give those who Rahim Allah to Allah and he said and to give those who prevented you you know

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what he said here

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if someone deprives you I don't know why he stuck with the word worshiper deprives you

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deprives you you basically still give and you still give them the privacy from what from knowledge from benefits he never nominated you never you know put your name up for something he never you know he never said good things about you he never recommended you he never benefited you financially but you still if you get a chance to benefit them give them

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especially you don't ever provide deprive someone from knowledge that is important

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shift they have wrong. Yes. That's the whole point

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that you give those who have wronged you

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then he said and therefore I'm gonna make you forgive those who have have done injustice to you.

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You forgive them even in relation to what listen to what you said

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to his blood, wealth and honor, that means somebody killed someone

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from your family or have injured you

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killed were injured.

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Or honor somebody accused you accuse your daughter your wife

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raise doubt about your honor.

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So how rage how angry will be

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or wealth took your money

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or have said something that prevented you from receiving something that it is your right

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still forgiveness

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in Islam Allah do I say years and years and years and years of animosity, of fight of blood of wealth between taking away everything accusation.

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When he entered Makkah, and he came to us we became has the upper hand he said you're free to go

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read surah Kusile so just build up how use of go through all this

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all these things have been done. Just imagine from being a kid through and in the world being thrown in jail, humiliated slavery, blah blah all the way and finally after years of struggle

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okay, it's to the point where he became in charge and powerful man and now he's in charge of his brothers all this years of suffering from them ended with one word ha the latter three Vatican Coolio yellow funeral love

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no harm

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may Allah forgive us

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that's that's an unbelievable level of manners.

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If you can control yourself at that point

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you can control yourself in many other areas

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NASA the lava Abdon the AF when Allah is Allah only increase and raise your level when you forgive. When you forgive Allah only raise your level elevate your level and then it's a Muslim

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or sorry an emotional timber have become alternative outdoors

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for entertainment tepee, Allah the new people never stopped while you were Barbara while Kalinina live well Athena and in this one law who your Hibben Mycenean

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you reach the level of axon when you fulfill this condition that you forgive people you control your anger what does that say? Yeah, say yeah to Mithila somebody around you you are allowed to wrong them. Similar you do the same thing. But that's it No. From an alpha slap a Jew Allah if you're on them. Hello. She became a

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but if you forgive

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and you forget and you move on in your life,

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I drew out Allah that he worked for that person with Allah when he needs to last month or when she needs almost one at a time.

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Terrapin books similarly in the process Adam said, I swear by Allah on three things that are absolutely true.

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Absolutely true.

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When I was at Allah who I've been behalf when you realize one of them, Allah will only

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elevate your status when you give

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the other two, if you be humble, if you go down to earth a lot elevate you. Raise your love.

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And the other third one, and sadaqa will never decrease your work.

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Yes, you connect those who are disconnected with you. Don't reach out to you. Parents family, somebody was telling me that, oh, my father was never part of my life. I don't care about it. He was wrong.

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Yeah, the most. The one who desire Forgive me the most. My mom used to beat me up when I was a kid. Yeah, that was wrong. You forget.

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But did you know you need to learn how to let go

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that's the best that's the highest level of manners

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I have a lowest ask once. And Gmail call up.

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The Mother of All good manners

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Don't get angry and don't envy others

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or hang on a low God.

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Then he ended up with saying

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something very interesting which is a common mistake people have

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when the read the verse in the colada hook and Nicola hula canali they think that the verse means the idea Mohamed, you have the best of manners.

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Actually, if you look at the early generations, the Sahaba I don't think there's anybody from the Sahaba interpreted this way. All the Sahaba that didn't have baths bass and even which I hate the hog and others the said the inner Can I hook an ally in you are on the best religion.

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He has the best of manners and character. But the interpretation for this verse is this are in the color Aladeen and all the

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great religions

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why the word color was used to refer to religion, to show you the importance of hung up in the religion, that it is an important integral. That's why it was referred to the whole religion as harder

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not to cancel everything else, but only to show that to emphasize the importance of it. It's like when I say I had Giraffa it's not to say there's nothing else other than out of a no to show the importance of alpha and religion and hygiene

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so it can be extensively used call up and religion

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do not leave

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are we?

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What are the means? Great. That's right. I know it's been too long and so late for you guys.

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But just quickly,

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we're in a kind of Anna hook and ally.

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You're upon great religion. So great. Here is a description to what

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so the religion that's right. I need this religion is great.

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Okay, that's one. That's one understanding. And now William SIFAT. Dean. Yeah, and your dean is great.

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You're upon a religion, which is so great. That's one understand what's one one of the way to interpret the verse. There is another way to interpret the verse. Yeah, and

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Your commitment to the religion is great.

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I've been in detail how we talk about how we end it to be a blue collar reseller.

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And the reality is we should understand the verse in these two ways, not to choose a or b, or both applicable. It means this religion is great. And your commitment to to Mohammed is also great.

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Which is an invitation that we take this religion with the strength. So when we practice it, we practiced in a great way, an excellent way.

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Because this is an excellent religion, deserve from you nothing less than excellence.

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That's a very interesting journey, deep,

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beautiful meaning to be understood from the

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from the Hadith.

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Then he said the Tao as this the Prophet sallallahu Sallam interpreted the Quran, through his actions Allah Allah Allah Salam kind of Hulagu Al Quran, here, I want to say there is a connection between religion and manners, you should not separate both.

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I can tell you 100% Those who do not have d do not have a great color 100%

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the end of the day became fake. It became in one area but not all areas.

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But those who have true religion, because I'm sick of this, he's religious, but he doesn't have a good manner. His religiosity is not good.

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Now connected and I want this to be clear, because this one of the thing oh, they you know, all these new copies sister hijab is sister the backbite it says that doesn't mean that they are religious.

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All these guys who are religious go to the messenger have bad manners doesn't make them religious. If their manners is less, that means there's more it just is less.

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On the other hand, oh, she's the mashallah Shia best of manners.

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She has the best of manners, she will have the best of the need to

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let them go together.

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And there'd be some a lifestyle and his actions is an is a practice that is that is an explanation to the, to the Quran, especially to the monument to the

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undefined or to the ambiguous words or to the general terms in the Quran explained through the action of the process on Assad how to explain through the action of the Prophet sallallahu I had just explained through the action of the prophets of Allah, sunnah, good manners, how it's explained through the action of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Quran speak of good man's how good man is the study that live on the province or summer study this year of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasalam and that's why it's relevant to him Allah put some effort to collect the lap and be so solid and that's why there's so many books in shamaton

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and one of the most famous book and shimmering Tirmidhi and the most famous book in the manners of the process, a book Good luck with nebi Salah, the manners of the process Allah li a bit shaken us behind or him Allah one of the great amount of sunnah.

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Also other Yabba Shiva, Mustafa Mustafa sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Okay, I will end Yeah, there's so many examples about forgiveness and Yanni. I hope you guys can reflect upon him and how he was hurt so much by people put them in jail, that torture him. And he was and he forgive them. Even when the cousin dies. Yeah, Allah, I forgive everything and his father, his son, and he forgiven him and the people who used to torture him in jail. His son asked him a question. How can you do that? Why would you say that? What would you say I forgive them. Do you know what the government said? Something keep it in your ear. Keep it in your head. He said you have to name my son. When I thought I'd be I have a lady Muslim.

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How Allah's punishment a Muslim would benefit to me.

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That shows a great level of purity of the heart. He never was seeking revenge. He never allowed the harm of people to