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The importance of fulfilling obligations, giving money to the poor, and not rushing to achieve goals is emphasized in Islam. It is crucial to be a good person and not rush to achieve goals, as it is impossible to be complete until one is fully recovered. The negative impact of lack of love on society is also discussed, including the belief that it is impossible to love someone without physical altercations. acceptance of personal boundaries and a positive mindset are also emphasized.

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Laremy sallahu wa salam Baraka Vienna Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam this lemon cathedra from my bed tonight to shallow out of water Kota Allah from the boogey man we've been put down Rahim Allah hooter, Allah azza wa jal Casa de and we will be discussing the inner secret of the cup, the inner secrets of Zika usually when we talk about our Ibadat we focus a lot on Salah we focus a lot on, on cm, but rarely that we think so much about the car because it's a financial thing. It was a matter of just making the numbers and then give it away and that's it. We're done with that. So we don't really pay attention too much for the subject of the car, therefore, a mammogram Kodama mo

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Allah when I was reading actually preparing for the class, one of the most beautiful things we understood the need to learn about this occur, the essence of it. Why am I given this account when I do so? How should I prepare myself spiritually? How should I prepare myself spiritually as I'm doing this rabada even though it's a financial Ivana, but how can it be so spiritual? Let's hear from ameba. Kodama, Mo Lau Tala. On the fourth Foundation, the NRC threats of arms given Zika nah

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man Rahim. Assalamu salam ala Rasulillah Imam Ibn Kodama Rahim Allah. He says, the chi is one of the pillars of Islam. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions it together with the prayers in his words, were chemo salata to Sokka and stablished prayer and gives the meaning of what he is saying Rahim Allah Tala here is that the car is one of the pillars of Islam. What does that mean? It is mandatory, it's obligatory, it's not an optional thing. It's actually it's mandatory for every individual who has the capability and the financial ability to give the card they should be given this account. So it's one of the pillars of Islam. And then he said, Allah subhanaw taala combined it with salah. Why will

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he refer that to the subject of a combiner with the salah. Why is that? To show a digimarc the importance of the CA how we show importance of the sky when when when it's combined with the Salah, because the prophets Allah Sam says, then the Hadith that I want to mess around with Abdullah month Yama the first question that you will be asked about a day of judgment will be what are Salah if it was good, everything is gonna be good. If it wasn't everything was gonna go bad. So if Salah is at that level of importance than anything that is combined with it definitely have the same status. So Allah subhanaw did not combine between Salah and Sia, did not combine between Salah and Hajj, but he

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combined with Yun Salah and Zika many times in the Quran, why? To show the importance of the Zika. So he says look as the chi is extremely extremely important is probably as important as the Salah, which explains why Imam, Abu Bakr Siddiq, are they allowed to run our bar after the passage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. A lot of the Arabs, a lot of the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula, they renounced Islam partially or fully those who renounced it partially, it was actually with as a sub subject of Zika. Why? Because they say look, we used to pray this to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam now that he's gone, we don't have to do it and over cross the desert, no, no, no, no,

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that's not going to happen. I'm going to fight I'm going to fight them over does occur, whether they enter Islam wholeheartedly, include Zika otherwise, I'm going to fight them for every penny that they used to give for the Zika so that shows the importance of it as serious as a Salah, the province of Assam and the Hadith, he said called Aladdin are the bane of a normal Salah from Antara Kapha headcover. That's the covenant that separates between us and disbelief is Salah. And if you abandon salah, then you disbelieve. So that's so serious about salah Zika is almost equally as important. So what does that mean? How can we now understand this occur? And what is the secret of

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given that Zika now

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Allah says, with respect to the types and categories of Zika, and what makes it obligatory, these are well known and can be found in the books of jurisprudence.

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The aspects that we will focus on here are related to the requisites shoot and etiquettes. Up. So what it says if you're going to ask me about what type of the car we're talking about how much you should pay here, what kind of money you should include in the car. Here's we're not gonna discuss this when you want to learn about the cam and the first ruling of the car, go to books. Here we focus on the essence, and the secret and the spirit of the car itself. So we're going to talk about he says the adept and the aggregate. So what he's focusing on right now this Mullah one of the requisites, according to the correct view is that the car is paid in what is mentioned in the divine

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text instead of paying its value in money. This is because those who permit paying its value only consider the aim of stopping poverty. While that is not the only aim of soccer. This is because legal obligations are of three types. Now, so here's one of one important thing about the car by the way, have you sensed what type of soccer is talking about here? What kind of the car we have two categories of the car right? We have the cattle footer, and the cat almal. The cattle footer is the one that you pay at the end of the month of Ramadan. And the cattle man is the one that you

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annually whenever you receive a specific amount of wealth that transcends above a level called nisab, or threshold, and then you have to wait an entire year, while you have this amount and above in your possession before you can pay the 2.5% of the zuka. But now which type of psychiatrist is he referring to right now and he says, Look when it comes to given the Zika it's better to be given from the amounts or from the items that were mentioned in the legal texts which were the Sunnah of the Prophet salaallah Salah rather than pay the amount that is equivalent to it. So what type of Zakat is referring to here right now? The cattle man

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got the photo the cattle further because the cattle further in the height of the prophets Allah Sam says kind of grandfather Rasul Allah in the Hadith said about the Prophet Salah Salem that the father Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the cattle photo, the cattle photoresists saw and mentor AUSA and men born outside I mean Sharia says the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, they said the Messenger of Allah he mandates that people towards the end of the month of Ramadan, they pay the cattle further. PSA, Assa is a volume. That volume is four times, handfuls, each handful is called mud. And Assad four times this. So four handfuls of food is called SA. So the Prophet Salla Sam

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says, you're responsible to pay one side of food, food items. And I mentioned three items in this hadith I mentioned date with Berlin. But now there might be other food items such as other things that people they used to use, and there are times the point is the Prophet says I mentioned food item and he said this should be given on behalf of everybody in the household and he counted the free and the slave and the man and the woman and the adults and the children. That's the kettle of water right now. Now, the argument among Dollarama is given the cattle further in the amount the equivalent in terms of cash. Nowadays, for example, in our time, in our time, if you're going to

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give the cattle further, is it better for you to give $10 or $12 per person? Or do you go to the store and get a PSA of pinto beans or rice or Dal or whatever right and give it away as a cattle photo, which will be better for you

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give the cash and Allah subhanaw taala done, but which one is better for the poor?

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is given them rice or given them the money.

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You see this where the argument in Manarola so here imagine Kodama mo Allahu taala. He prefers something that he goes, Look, when it comes to the cattle further, we shouldn't be just looking at the need of the poor, as much as also looking into the essence of the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam into consideration. So if we were going to be given the value, the cash value, maybe it is better for the poor because their need is maybe more than just rice and beans and, and stuff like that. Especially if the time has changed in some maybe rural areas. Yeah, they still need rice and beans and dates maybe. But nowadays, people they have other expenses, they have

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a gas to pay for they have electricity, they have rent, they have this they have done so probably perhaps, is actually to give them the cash. So in fifth, there are two opinions. The first is the majority opinion among the Allama. That includes the Maliki school the Shafi and the humbly they say no, you need to give the cattle further in food items.

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And the second opinion the mama oh honey for him, Allah Jota Anna, he said no, it's okay to give el tema which means the value and money should be it's okay to give the value and money. Now Sheikh has never been saying to him Oh ALLAH Tala and other lemma, they kind of combined the two opinions, the siliq It depends on the circumstances.

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If in some areas, if in some areas, the need of the people still for food, then give it food.

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And in other areas, the food the need for food is not as essential, then give it cash. So that depends on the circumstances. So if you've got a certain, let's say villages, where people barely survive, they don't even have anything. So given it in 10, food items is more important. And he now is going to focus on why we shouldn't only focus on giving money versus food, because there's a purpose behind saying give it food service versus money. So let's see what he says about this here. Now, he says this is because legal obligations are of three types. One shear worship, with no apparent reason behind it, like throwing the pebbles during the pilgrimage. The purpose of

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prescribing such laws is to test the service and manifest their servitude Obadiah through performing that which does not have an apparent purpose behind it. This is because the nature of humans is apt to doing what resonates with it. Therefore, the purity of one's servitude is not manifested thereby. This is not the case with exosuit

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machine. So the first he said Look, we've come to the accurate data that one of three categories number one tab Buddha mug and the Arabic language which is absolute worship should worship meaning in terms of intuitive reasoning, there might not be any apparent reason behind it. And he gave an example of throwing a Jamara if you look at it, when you go to Hajj and Umrah or Hutchison situation here, when you go and you throw these papers on such a concrete wall, for example, there is really no apparent reason to do this. And also when the metal off around the Kaaba seven times, why seven tours or why not nine, why not five? And when you do it, why do it in that direction? Or the other

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way? For instance? Why do because even 100 as well? Why do it in that fashion? Even when you pray? Why do we pray Fajr and Maghrib and Isha out loud? And don't answer silently. Why this is Terokkar this is for Raquel is three raka for example, all these questions are legit, but there's really no apparent reason behind it other than what Imani mentioned here called tabooed. Absolute show an absolute servitude to Allah subhanho wa Taala which means if Allah commands you with something, what do you say? semana Aparna, as Allah subhanaw says in the Quran call, we're gonna call them Amina, do Allah rasool Allah. If Allah subhana wa has called on the believers to come to him and the command

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of a Prophet sallahu wa sallam, what do they say? semana Matan that we listen and we obey. And there's no here that alone you don't make a choice for yourself. After the choice came from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. That command came from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. So he says some of the EBI that they have no obvious reason, absolute TABBERT. So we'll do it for that for that purpose, the second category. Now,

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the opposite of the above what is not shared worship, but rather the purpose of its share delivery of someone's Share, Like settling people's death and returning stolen property. Neither intention near nor action fair is of importance in this case. So as long as the legal obligation is fulfilled, there is it does not matter how people are delivered their rights, as long as they get them. These two times do not overlap. So as you can see where it says if you owe someone money, how do you fulfill that obligation?

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Given the money back?

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If someone does that, on your behalf, does it fulfill the obligation? So it is yes, because the purpose is just to pay back that debt. That's what matters. Do you have to have an intention, when you give that money to pay off that debt, it doesn't matter? Because what matters here is that this person, this human being has his heart back to them. If you take if you steal something from someone giving it back again, that's an obligation. So is this anybody that this river that don't necessarily that intention for them. And similarly, when you make for example, when you when you when you take a shower, because they can a shower, it can be combined between cleanness and Tahara

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as well too. So it has reasoning behind it. Obviously, there's no doubt about it. Because some Ibadah they're very clear and obvious that they don't need a specific intention from you. So the first category, there is no reason other than Obadiah the second one is for the heart of the person, the human. So it doesn't look like an actor by the in itself. But when ALLAH SubhanA wa they're attached that to the deen it becomes an activity by the like giving people that hook back it becomes an act of riba because Allah says Allah subhana wa requires Allah's command to observe that as an act of Riba, the third category right now, the third category is a combination of the above to that

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which aims to test the worshiper regard and at the same time delivered the servants their shirt. Thus, this combines the sheer worship entailed by the throwing of the pebbles, and the worldly share that comes when people are delivered their rights, the more delicate of the to share worship must not be forgotten. In fact, it might be safe to say that the more delicate one has the most significance

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is of this type, that is the share of the needy is delivered to stop poverty and wants obedience to the details in religion prescribing the way to spend it is about your worship. From this angle Sokka is joined with Salah and hacia.

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They said are him all data here? Look, the first two categories. They're not combined, it's separate issues. The first one is no reason behind it. The second one, it's all acceptable reasoning, the third category combination of both and he says the car is one of them. What does that mean? When you look at the car from given the pool the money or the food? What does that mean here saving them from poverty. So this makes sense. When you ask people to give their money to the poor, it makes sense because you need to help the poor right now. So there is any reasoning behind it. But then when you start thinking about why this amount, why 85 gram of gold for example, why we measure it by 2.5% for

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instance, why these particular items, it might not make any sense in that regard, at least for the from an apparent

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way, but it's combined, there is a meaning which is to feed the poor and taking care of the needy. And there is also an absolute taboo, which is obeying Allah subhana wa Taala in terms of the details, how much what type, when, and what, to whom to be given all these details are part of the bada, but feeding the poor and the needy, yes, indeed, it's a bother because Allah subhanho wa Taala mandate that we help each other. So imagine Kodama, MLA says, Look when it comes to the Zika, it's from that category. So based on that, coming back again to the cattle footer, he says those who say, give the poor give the needy money, what are they observing? Exactly. They're observing the heart of

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the poor and the needy only. Because they think that the purpose of the Zika is just to feed the poor, or at least, to suffice them their needs. So they look at the being sufficient for the poor. So if the food is not sufficient, then we need to supply them with cash. That's what they suggest. But even for them, or MLA says, Well, wait a minute, there's a car the purpose of this car is not just to suffice the needs of the of the poor, there's something bigger than more than that. And therefore he in his opinion, he prefers the majority's opinion, which means we observe what the Prophet SAW Allah Sam suggested, because of the prophets, Allah Sam wanted this to be observed with

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the value and money who have suggested that Salawat Allah He was salam ala but because he asked people to give the food we keep it food now that says open amatola Hytera personally speaking iPhoto actually the open of a bin Tamia Rahim Allah in that regard, which is looking at the need in that situation. And also look at the circumstances if you're an area where people are in need of food then it gives the cattle further and food items if you're in an area where you don't food is not necessarily the essential thing for them then give them cash value give the value and money they should be okay inshallah Baraka let's say if you're staying in a place with a lot of melasma make it

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easy for them refugees in refugee camps understand them in lines just to get you know a bag of rice or or a bottle of oil or anything like that. So it makes sense that you go and you get this occur in food items and give them to give it to them. Now one more thing we have to observe also the cattle photos separate from the cattlemen. When do we give the cutter food regimen

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right before it Salah if you give it after it Salah is no longer circa Islam becomes a charity. So you have to give it before it Salah Why, what's the purpose of the of the cattle further in that regard?

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The prophets Allah certainly mentioned that another Hadith, he says, so we we sapphires, these four from from walking around begging on that day. Like we don't want to leave anyone behind an eight day. No one should be left behind hungry, especially after fasting for 30 days, or 29 days. Because the poor most likely they also fasted with us. They also fasted. Now it's a day, you're going to be breaking your fast, it's not fair for the poor to continue to fast. But this time, they're not going to fast willingly. They're going to fast because of the circumstances. So that's why the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, give them food, give them something to cook and eat. So that's one of the

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way of looking at it from from this perspective. The idea here is that when it comes to our Aveda, we don't always look at how is it beneficial to us or beneficial to the person, we need to also try to understand what ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala wants from me in regards to that particular act of worship. Let's see what it says right now, but the deep etiquettes and adab of Africa now,

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on the details of individuals of this

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noted he who seeks the role of afterlife through the sky has certain duties was more life to fulfill these are as follows. The first duty is to understand the purpose behind the car by the quicker the word will differ or was it basically it means usually a task or a duty that you need to do so he says look there are certain duties needs to be fulfilled when you give the obligation of the car. So as you give money, there is much more to it than just money. When you give the gold or silver when you give the cash as the case is there is way more than just giving cash, silver or gold. Let's see what are these things that we need to observe as we give our data.

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The first duty is to understand the purpose behind circa which is three matters. The first is testing those who claim to love Allah subhanaw taala by giving away what they love. The second is to purify oneself from miser list from miserliness both, which is one of the destructive matters and the third meaning is expressing thankfulness sugar, for the blessing in Yama of wealth. All of these are mentioned in the Quran. RB

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Hello, welcome to the first one if Tila Omada in my habit to lay down arbitrage in my hobby. How many of you guys claimed I don't love money?

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Anyone doesn't love money. Raise your hand if you don't love money.

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Because even if you raise your hand, Allah knows better than you. He says what to hipbone? Elmaleh benjamina

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we have created you with a passionate love for money.

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That's what Allah says. We do love money. So something that we love and that's what Allah subhanaw taala commanded us to give what'd he say? Lend Tara Hatha to physical mimma to her Boone you're not gonna receive Alberta which means Genova here until you give from that which you love the most.

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You don't get what as excess you give what you love the most. So he says look, when it comes to this, aka think of it that way. Number one, get from out of your possession. That's what you desire the most. Why? Because that thing that that you desire the most value the one that is holding you from connecting with Allah subhanaw taala the biggest distraction for you

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which is why Abu Qatada will tell her when he was only going to get by Iroha an entire God era salah the most beloved thing for me is by haha. So he says okay, give it you know I'm gonna I'm gonna just give it away and charity isn't I don't know. Why don't you make it as a walk and give the right which means the outcome give it actually the harvest give it to your family those who are in need so people have a habit of the lion on when they heard the word matter Hey Boone What do you love the most they were so generous with that or the Allah on Omar bomb. So that's the first thing is is Allah is testing you. You're gonna separate or you're gonna part ways with what you love the most.

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Especially if it wasn't easy to get the Jima

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think of your taxes Okay. Think of the tax Allah bless you Masha Allah your income, the end of the year you earn $100,000 Masha Allah Masha Allah, how much is that? 100,000 is what you get you put in your pocket basically.

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But 65 70,000 like 30% goes to Uncle Sam Jana and he just you Don't you hate that. Right? May Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us from this Zika is different as Zika is different. You're not giving it right now to Uncle Sam here. You're doing for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala to purify your wealth and to purify your soul so he says number one that you part ways from that which is love the most that's number one. Number two, a tentative answer but that book will Mahalik that will help you get out of from from this destructive o'clock and manners of miserliness. Like you always you always stingy when you're asked to give you don't want to and Allah says in the Quran will make you cut

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your hand off save all

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those who have been protected against this the stinginess and the mildness of their own selves. Those are the successful ones. Like if you really start making feeling easy given your charity hamdulillah then you're protected from that. And the third one he says called washoku, Annamma. Tillman, as Allah subhana says, well I'm I've been amateur obika. For had this. As for the name of Allah subhana, which he bestowed upon you speak about it. So he says, when you give yourself the first one Eva, understand the secret behind the obligation itself. What is the secret behind given this occur, he goes three things, parting away from what Allah has made most beloved to you for the

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sake of Allah azza wa jal number two, purifying your hearts without attachment to this thing by making a generous, and number three, showing how much you are grateful to the Name of Allah, who gave you who gave it to you by sharing it with other What an unbelievable just way of looking at the money when you give it away to the poor, and they think of it as namah that now you're sharing with other people. Number two, the second duty is secrecy. So, it is further removed from the desire to be seen rare and heard some giving it openly also humiliate support for fear. But if he feels that secrecy will make people accuse him of not paying it, he should give it openly to the poor, who do

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not mind taking it in front of everyone and then give to others in secret. Now, so what he says here are one if you're going to be given a car, what is best what is better to have it in public or in secrecy. There is no doubt in secrecy, Allah says in surah baqarah Paul

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national origin

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into the salata, Tiffany and Mahi went to flow to tour for garrafa Ohio laka wicker Franklin say article, so Allah says into goods so The MFE for an MA. If you're going to give it publicly handler there's nothing under there is higher. But if you keep it secretly, then it says that it's better for you. So yeah, it is okay for you to give anonymous in a fundraising and it's okay to raise your hand so you can inspire other people. Whatever he says in regards to given to the poor, he says call it an area was so mad. It helps you handle protect you from showing off and just kind of trying to please people when you do so. And he says called also it protects the pool from me from being

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humiliated, because you only give it publicly to the poor in front of people, if that poor doesn't mind it.

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If the poor don't mind the, you know, take it in public, that's okay. How does this happen in your mind? It happens when you are in a public place, and then somebody comes to you begun.

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Now, are you gonna say, come with me and just take him to the sun and give him something? Or can you give it in public and everybody, you give it public, because they didn't mind asking in front of everyone. So in this case, you give it to them. But if you know somebody dignified, and there is so much in need for help, but they don't, they're asking because they're so embarrassed. Those are the people you go privately and you give it to them. And even if you can give it to them without even notice, and that will be better. Let's go on to

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the third duty is that he must not win a cigar by thinking he has done a favorite one. And by causing harm as a four this might happen when one sees himself as being good and gracious towards support. We're here to consider the matter. But here, he would realize that the poor person is the real good doer by accepting Allah subhanho wa Taala is right, that purifies the pill. This is basically like a

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paradigm shift of energy, and also changing the way we see things, right. Because when we give the car, our mind is where is that the we are doing favor to the sport. So we look at the muscles, some Harlem's quinoa, and you give it to them, right? You go to fundraising, and I see all these videos and all these pictures of people in need and so on. He just said my second online while you were the mosquito,

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you're the lucky one to be invited there. So you can share some of the Kerala blessed you with these people. Because Allah subhana says about the money that you give for the car. He said, What? Well, Athena fiamme, what am haccombe Malou, this cerebral Muharram those who have in their money have like this is the rights of the poor and their money. When you give the car to the poor, you're not doing a favor to the poor, you're doing yourself a favor, from getting that obligation off your back and off your chest and give it to the poor.

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And that's why it bothers me sometimes when people they calculate there's a car and they keep it in their hand. And now they're very selective where they want to put their car. Yeah, that's none of your business.

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Once you calculate as a car, you better for you to give it out and give it to an organization that can take it and show it to those who deserve it the most. If you know how to do it yourself and hamdulillah but this money is not for you anymore.

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Once you calculate this is no longer yours. This is the hack of the poor. So he says Rahmatullah over here, you need to stop thinking that you're the one who's doing a favor to the poor, it's the poor was doing you a favor to accept as a gift from you. Now.

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If he also keeps in mind that giving the card is a way of giving thanks for the blessing of wealth, there is no real transaction left between him and the poor. He must not belittle the poor for the poverty for virtue does not come with money and deficiency does not come with a lack of it is a beautiful with a statement he was look, when it comes to think of like given as a car if you think that you're the car is your way of being grateful to Allah subhanho wa taala. That means it's no longer a transaction between you and the phone. It's transaction between you and whom Allah subhanho wa taala. So in this case, the pool becomes what a vessel,

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just a mean, for you to be grateful to Allah subhana wa Tada. So I don't care who that person is. I don't care what type of situation they are in what I care about, as me doing it with a son. I'm gonna do it with a smile, I'm gonna do it with dignity, I'm gonna do it in the best way possible, because now this transaction is not between me and this human being. This is actually between me and Allah subhanho wa taala, the Lord of the Worlds. So if you're going to do it, you do it with a son. That's what how you look at it. Now.

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You the fourth duty is that he should consider what He has given us something little, because if he should take much of it, he would feel proud with it. Indeed, it is said that a good deed is only complete through three things, belittling it, hurrying it and concealing it. So he says, when you when you give, don't look at your check, take $10,000 Wow.

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That's you know, you know, one semester payment or two semester for one of my kids. Don't look at it that way. No matter how big the amount you're giving out in the form of the car, you need to look at it as being Hamdulillah this is a little is the least I can do for the sake of Allah Subhan Allah and Allah Subhan blessed him with so much because we did talk about $10,000 How much is that? That 10,000 from how much

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from a lot, a lot of money. Are you talking about actually 1000s of dollars you have in your possession, and you take 2.5% of that has nothing has a lot of blasphemy. So you can imagine how much that is? That's true. So eventually, the idea is that when you look at it, this is now a great name of Allah azza wa jal

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No matter how big the amount that you're given Zika and hamdulillah is still something little. Now now Alhamdulillah when Allah bless you with more and more obviously so a million dollar how much the government from a million dollar Gemma 25,000 A million dollars even $25,000 So when you write $25,000 And you think of it to be too much, because some people said 25,000 That's my pay for the whole year.

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But this will just give him the crap out of how much Emilion? So the cylinder position hamdulillah a lot of wealth a lot of money. And remember, there's a cause different than than the taxes, how come the car is paid not from your income. Now from your excess wealth. What does that mean? The tax is paid from your income regardless if you still have it in your hand, or if it's gone.

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The Calculate you receive throughout the year $100,000 How much you have in your bank account, five pennies, you still have to you'd have to pay the car on the 100,000 you have to calculate that. But if there's a car, or if you have to tax them in, when it comes to the car, it's different. If your money was $100,000, and a whole year passed by, you still have the 100,000 in your position. What does that mean? You survive the 100. So this whole year with different income. So this 100,000 Just an excess wealth, you didn't need it. So put 252 point 5% to the pool. That's what it means over here. So he was like, make sure that you always build on what you give, because when you start

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thinking yourself given too much, you lose the value. So he says over here, Rahim, Allah Tada, tada, and then most of them will fairly marginal. And if you think you're doing something great, you start becoming too proud of it. Okay, and therefore, a matter of the good deed is not going to be counted unless you think about it in three ways. Number one, be a little in it, no matter how big what you do. You always try to below that, like when people say JazakAllah thank you for giving this much money for the fundraising. What do you say? I know.

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You're a new charity now. Thalassa. Instead, they say exactly like 100. That's nothing will lie. No, no, no, you are the one who did this. And that this is the cycle of phenomena. That's not true. Always try to belittle the amount you're given or the effort you put in there for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. Second thing, he says, Kawata God, don't delay it. If that's a good deed, don't wait.

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If you calculate the cut today, don't keep it in hand forever. Just give it out to the poor because there are so many people out there who are in need of that money in that moment right now. Follow a surgery and keep it concealed. By the way, also about the agility about that when you want to do something good. Don't wait for too long because life is not going to wait for you. So if you're thinking about start fast and Mondays and Thursdays when you're gonna start fasting

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because tomorrow is Thursday, right? But if you're gonna keep saying I want to Shall I start fasting Mondays and Thursdays, when the winter inshallah comes in so the days become shorter, right? May Allah subhanaw taala give you health and wealth until you get there, but there's no guarantee. So you need to make sure that you're as quick as possible and as concealed as possible. Now,

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the fifth duty is that he should when giving select from his wealth, the most lawful and best interest to him. As for choosing the lawful time it is because Allah subhana wa Taala is good and accepts nothing but the good. So here, Rahim Allah says like whenever you give your Zakah don't go to, especially if you're going to be given for example from your livestock, or you get from crops for instance, don't go to that to the thing that you don't eat yourself. And then you give it that in the Zika. As the last passage in the Quran called what a mammal habitat Manhattan, Fukunaga has to bear for the inland tomography don't go after the hobbit means that the thing that is least

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favorite for you, and give this out and this occur? No, no, don't do this. Because even if it was given to you, you're not going to accept it. But rather get from our salt Emma to the Ramona Alikum. From the medium of what you have, not necessarily the most expensive, but not the cheapest, either you always get from that which is in the middle now.

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In doing this, he must consider two things. The first is the right of ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala to be glorified. With that in mind, this is chosen for the best possible purpose. After all, if a person presents bad food, bad food to his guest, he will incite the guests malice against him. Now, the second is his own right. What he gives away now is what he shall meet tomorrow At the resurrection. So he really ought to choose the best for himself. So he says, Look, when you give that your individual your profile, you're actually fulfilling to rights, right of Allah subhanho wa Taala that you're given to Allah azza wa jal and obviously when you give you don't give to the poor you give

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for the sake of Allah. So look at ALLAH SubhanA how great Allah Subhana Allah is engineer is in your eyes. This is how much value you put in what you give the SEC

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Android is your personal right when you give this now you're not giving it to the poor, you give it on behalf of yourself because whatever as Allah says in the Quran, Allah Tala demonium presuming that you do and Allah, whatever you're going to offer of this of this world or the counsel of God, you will give it now away for the sake of Allah subhana Wattana usual, you shall reap the benefit of it on the Day of Judgment. So look for yourself, what do you want to meet? What do you want to see on the Day of Judgment? Are you going to see the best of what you have? Or the worst of what you have? If you think is the worst of what you have, then God knows what you're gonna get for it on the

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Day of Judgment. But definitely on the Day of Judgment, I would love to say the best of what I can offer and that's why you need to give the best and shallow data now.

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As for choosing to do this to him it is because Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Let the Nala Rata to fugu member to a boon

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never really attain the good until you spend from what what you love

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cable, when Obama won the lotto, and who would notice that he loved something

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that he loved something of his wealth dearly, he would offer it to Allah subhanho wa taala. It has been rated at once he arrived at hull Java, Java, he was ill and said, I desire fish, the look for him but only found one, which his wife then took prepared and presented to him. Then a poor person came to them and Obama told him to take it. Upon seeing this, his wife told him Subhanallah you have died and now you give away our food. But even replied the servant of Allah subhanho wa Taala desires it greatly.

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Somehow I mean, who can be like this isn't my alarm Stan? And the story of the love and the law and when he was traveling for Umrah, Hajj, Tierra del Jaffa than we thought but he was ill so you know when you when people are sick and ill settled this remembering things nostalgic about things so he goes you know what, I want to eat fish Where are you going to get fish in the desert right now? Right so they went looking around and finding an ask and Dave interested they got they got one and they cooked it and they prepare it for him and that they brought up the love normal and as a burden to him a poor Kim's asking for help them for food. So Abdullah says Give it to him. His wife is just

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like are you kidding me? Like I went so far to go and get it and prepare it and do it for you and now we're gonna give it to the poor because because Abdullah loves it because because I love it because I desire it. And when I give I'm gonna give to the from what I love the most. Like that is the best type of charity because it's fulfilling the obligation in this Ireland Tara burrata tune fecal matter what booth you're not going to be interested in gender until you get from that what you love the most. So that's just like an example may Allah Subhana Allah give us the ability to arrive close to it at least now

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it has been related once a beggar came to the door of Robbie urban

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setting said feed him sugar the other said we should feed him bread it helps him more but he like want to you feed them sugar for Alharbi loves sugar. Now if you ask them to stay there's no don't do that. Right probably. But back in the day sugar was a novelty handler for us alum Stan and it's in everything that we eat today. But back then when it happened sugar to just like really something real. But he loved it so much so so when when this poor man he came and they wanted to give him bread he goes give them sugar. Why? Because I love sugar. I want to give him from something I love the most. Now Ottawa Lambada what the poor is gonna answer if he received sugar, but the idea is

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that he wanted to give them something he himself love. So train yourself my dear brothers and sisters, as you walk around and you try to help people see for yourself what you want to give these people. If you desire something, give it to them. Right? And sometimes you give up on let's say, I want to drink coffee today. And I crave coffee in the morning but then I saw somebody on the street you know vegan says you know what, the $5 I'm gonna pay for the coffee. I'll give it

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and move on. I'm not saying here to give up everything that you have in your possession. But just be selective and also be mindful when you give your second shot about a court and inshallah we will continue on the subject of the car next week. As always, I will stop at this point in.

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Number 13 Insha Allah Tala from jam illuminator

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hamdulillah Bellarmine sallahu wa salam Baraka via Ramadan while early he was trying to sell him to Sleeman Kathira to my my bad. Lima Manawa Rahim Allah Allah Allah He comes Hadith number 13 in the 40 Hadith of Imam and now we call on Anna Sidney American Radi Allahu Anhu Ananda Vu sallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah who call la Hadoken.

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Hatha Hibbeler V. My humble enough, sir, our whole Bukhari Muslim. In the translation the prophets of Allah Sam says, none of you has a man until he loves for his brother in his sister as well to what he loves for himself. What he loved for himself. That's it they're all Bukhari, and Muslim. So what it means over here is when the Prophet saw some said none of you has a man until he loves for his brother and sister. We talked about brother and sister and faith in addition, of course, there are brothers sisters of course in blood, if they were hamdulillah Muslims, then they also have an extra obligation upon you to love for them much love for yourself as well. And then the question

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here is that what does that exactly mean? Does it mean in matters of dunya does it mean in matters of Africa? Okay, is it permissible for me to prefer you know, being better than other people in regards to my Ibadah my salah and my reward in Jana? Is it okay for me to wish to have a better car maybe you know, a better house? What does Heidi's talking about over here so this is what a man within a mirage Ibrahim, Allah as he explains the Hadith, he covers these areas and that discussion, we're going to talk about Inshallah, Milla Spinoza those, what else wouldn't have allowed us to remain an instrument Matic or the Allah one narrated that the prophets of Allah already was said and

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said, none of you has Iman. And so he loves for his brother, what he loves for himself. And Bukhari and Muslim narrated, then narrated this hadith in two separate books from Qatada from Anna's. And the wording of Muslim is until he loves for his neighbor, or for his brother, because of a doubt as to whether it was a neighbor or brother mentioned. Now what is exactly mean here? I don't know how many of you said, Mr. Howell Hadith are the sons of Hadith, the Allama they argue in regard to the permissibility of narrating the Hadith with the meaning not necessarily word for word, the majority Allah they say yes, it's okay. You can read the Hadith by me, but not the Quran. Now, here, the

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doubt might be coming from one of the sub narrators, one of the sub narrators, he said, I'm not sure if Anna said, Jerry, his neighbor, or he said his brother, I'm not sure. But overall jar or neighbor, you could say it's the same thing. Because at the end of the day, it's all about showing kindness to other people, the closest they are to you, the more obligation you should show them in terms of taking care of them such as neighbors, and the farther they are from you Hamdulillah you still need to show them a degree of attention and care now.

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Imam hemo narrated and his wording is, a slave will not reach the reality of iman until he loves for people that which he wants for himself of good. So this narration particularly when he said that a personal slave is not going to reach the reality of Eman. What does that mean? He's he's going to explain this because that actually is very important to understand the meaning of the word law, you may know or Hadoken you will not a true believer, you don't have a man until so what does that mean? He says you don't have any my dad negation negation of what is it negation of the validity of your Eman? Or is it the negation of the completion of your iman? The quality of the Iman? That's the

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argument right now. So if you say this hadith speaks about the validity of the Eman that means if you don't love for your brother and sister what you love for yourself that takes you out of Islam or out of the Imam?

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And if you say no, it's not about the Validate of Eman. It's about aqidah quality which means the completion which is why he says the essence of him and the heart is that the truthfulness of your Eman is by doing that. So if you don't do it will remain is not true yet. You have but it's not that true. So let's say let's see what Mr. Raja mentions here.

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This version clarifies the meaning of the narration published in two separate books. And that what is meant by negating Eman is to negate the attainment of its reality and its furthest limit. So what does that mean? Is it talking about validity or talking about completion of a man the completion of ima not the valid so yes, the person who doesn't do it still Mormon whether Eman is not that that complete and what does that even mean? We're going to see how he how he speaks about it here in Charlotte Allah Kim gone

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because Iman is often negated because a man is often negated and negated because of absence of some of its principal elements and duties, such as in his words.

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The culture doesn't

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Don't commit adultery when he does so well being a movement. The thief does not steal when he does so well being a movement. The drinker does not drink wine when he does so while being a movement and his words. He does not have Eman whose neighbor is not safe from his misshapes. So he's a head of an abuse of Allah Salam saying liars and Zan and as they were moment and adult was not a moment in the moment when he is committing Zina. A thief is not Mothman in the moment when he's stealing a drinker is not a moment when he is drinking. So what does that even mean? Does it mean that one is when they stopped drinking when they stop coming in Xena want to stop stealing in that moment afterwards, they

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become more men again. What do you guys think? This will be explained another Hadith in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam mentioned that Eman and Eman hovers above the believer as a cloud when this person is engaged in a sinful action. Now Allah protect us from

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someone who suffer Allah, they have a weak moment and they went to a website. They're not supposed to be looking at

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their martial law. They're good people, they're good hearted people, they engage in a bar downtown Quran and so but in that moment of weakness, they start engaging in that haram action in that moment. He says according to this hadith right now that Eman is absent.

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This image is absent in the other generation. It just hovers like a cloud above them.

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And as this person continues to engage in that sinful act, that cloud is right now is actually fading out and disappearing.

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Like the heat of that sin makes the vapor and that and that cloud disappear. By the time they're done. The cloud comes back again whatever whatever is left of it. So what does that means that the man when it comes back again is not going to be

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as it was before

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he needs to compensate for his to make up the missing part of the deficit that happens because of that. So he says over here based on that, and Eman

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is the residual Yonkos it increases and decreases so when you do good deeds, your demand increases. And when you don't that demand decreases. So from this hadith, he says like Lai

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Hadoken you're not a true believer which means your Eman is not complete. Until you love for your brother and your sister. What you love for yourself. So you're a man is not complete that's what it means. But is that the only thing that makes you the man complete? Of course not the many things that makes you the man complete. Just like any other Hadith of the prophets of Assam says call the human Wallah Hello man hola Hello hola hola woman is not a true believer is not a true believer. There's not a true believer and the Sahaba says cloud war we also know who that is. Karl manleigh Manjaro boy, the one who was was the neighbors that seven was mischief which means to complete your

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Eman you need to make sure that your neighbors actually say from your Masjid what does that mean? Whatever that happens in the neighborhood for example, you when you park you block the driveway

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when you park you block their

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their mail inbox for instance. When you park you even you block the walkway for the people in the neighborhood for example. They sound like nothing or insignificant act. But look the Prophet Sessoms said look if your neighbor is not happy with your presence in that neighborhood, you're in trouble. Your Eman is not complete until your neighbors have good assumption of you by doing the right thing to them. So that's what it means. So the hadith is speaking about your Eman is not complete, unless you love for them what they love for yourself. Kebon

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people knowlage have deferred about perpetrators of major wrong actions as to whether they are called me no with shortcomings in their Eman or as to whether they are calling me no but rather Muslims but not not me known as in two different opinions both of which are narrated by Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah where is this coming from right now this must this actually a statement from Mr. Raja where this is coming from? He goes look at the man fluctuates right he has either wellness. So you need to complete your Eman and your Eman is not complete. If you don't love for your brother and sister what you love for for yourself. He says basically so then in this case what negates a man

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altogether then

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what negates a man altogether if committing Zina drinking and so on so cause the Eman to hover and disappears? What does that mean, if someone now commits a major sin? Does that take the Eman completely out of their hearts out of their life? So here's the question is asking is is more tangible? Kabira Kapha the one who commits a major sin is this person is considered Kaffir like if he's no longer movement, that means what recovery now,

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there are different actual opinions among the different sects actually to be specific over here. So some sects say

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As coverage the coverage yet while considered hula and extremist, also on my Tesla, the matters related to the philosophic concepts in the past actually, some of them also the merger, the merger as well, but also ours and my Tesla. They have a specific opinion as for the courage yet they say more tangible can be recovered. If someone commit Zina, if someone drinks alcohol and wine, if someone murders somebody, for example, this person is out of the mantra as they recover,

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even if they do Toba

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disperses or whatever. That's kava, so he is in Jannah. We're done with this person. That's why they were extremists. And that's why if you look if you read history, the Hawaiians were they committed atrocities against Muslims. Why because they will consider them to be too far because they didn't even look at them as being Muslims at all. Now the Mr. Tesla they created something weird. It's between the opinion of Allison it will Gemma and the opinion of the power so the power said this person has gathered their Eman has gone. Not just incomplete No it's completely gone. Allison it will Gemma and as soon as they say no if a person commits a major sin it's not like they're

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completely not considered men. Carlos Moreno nada Salima he's a believer he she's a believer but their Eman is Narcos which means is not complete isn't complete. Because that's the meaning of the Hadith that's where they're getting that statement from. So they say who will McMahon OBE Manny he fasciae can be can be Alrighty. So this person is concerned believer among men because of the man that's in the heart or at least whatever left of it whatever is left of it after they've committed that sin but they're still considered fast he couldn't which means this obedient because of the sin that they've committed. So that kind of like balanced it over here. But there is an argument also

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among Allah sunnah dual Jamar themselves says Should we call him men Nakasone II man, or should we just say Muslim?

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Like we're not gonna say like the cover is covered. So who is a scholar Muslim, so that he's not a man but he's Muslim. Now, that's what the dilemma is because they say, Look, you can't even tell who the moment who's not an imam. So therefore to be safe. We say yeah, the person is Muslim, but still may not be Imani faster. communicability still Muslims as a standard, but in terms of the Eman they're more men by the man and their heart and their sinful by the sin that they've committed. Now, the MATA Zilla they brought something different, something new. So they look they said look in the dunya this individual, he is not Muslim who is not covered who have been mandated by the Mozilla 10.

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Somewhere in between

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what is between being here and a Muslim and kaffir? Is there something there that we we should know about? So they said he is somewhere in between? We can't say his Muslim we can't say his Kaffir like he's suspended something like that. So what do we do then he goes, however, if this person repents during their lifetime, we bring them back to Islam.

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But if they don't repent, then he is Khafre and he's in Jannah forever, just like the 100 years.

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And of course the sound opinion is opinion Allah suitable Gemma to consider this person to be Muslim for sure. In terms of Eman we say movement on the Imani forsaken the mass theatre. This person is a movement by the Imam they have in their heart which will God knows how much of it is there and also considered facet this bit of production. Where do we get that from? We get that for many, many Hadith in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallahu wa sallam. In one of the famous Hadith heritage Shiva had the Shiva pavilion which would actually not too long ago here, Riyadh the Saudi hay in which the Prophet Salah Salem on the day of judgment, He stands before his Lord when everybody's looking for

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someone to ask Allah to begin the account funny the prophets as a mega says that they plead to Allah subhanho To begin the account. And after that, the Prophet says I'm set to Allah azza wa jal in some of the context of the Hadith Lagos Carrera, the Almighty Almighty, your Allah you promise me to take to take care of my ummah for me? Oh my god, Oh Allah, my OMA my OMA my people, my people. So Allah subhanho wa Taala gives the Prophet sallallahu Sallam a privilege. It goes yeah, Mohammed Goro Johanna, look at the people there. The average man can you tell the Mizpah min Cardella min. Amen. First minute now look into their hearts. If you find anybody who has in his heart, the weight of a

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mustard seed of a man kept them out.

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So what does that mean? Well Eman can be as little as a speck of dust.

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It can save a person from eternity and Johanna. How literal that is? Because at the end of the day, it's the most valuable thing. Why is it so valuable like this? Hello and interesting thing we learn from before is that people they measure things whenever it's valuable we measure by that

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but the micro level as little as we can right? So if you want to weigh if you want to weigh for example, steel what is the unit we use for that? Tons right? If you want to if they want to weigh meat or vegetables, what do you what do you use? pounds right? If you want to if you want to weigh

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gold, what do you use? ounces for example, right or grams? If you want a diamond What do you use? carat? I was a little, if you want to weigh 100 What do you what do you use?

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Mascara, the weight of a speck of dust.

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Because what nothing of your good deeds is irrelevant.

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None of the good deeds is completely useless. Even a good deed as little as the weight of a speck of dust Allah will come that for you. This how valuable good deeds are. So here the Professor Sam says, or listen the Hadith. He said that Allah will ask him to get anyone who has in his heart, the weight of a mustard seed to get out of Jannah. Now May Allah Subhana Allah protect us from being in that position or Bananaman? We don't want to be among these people who lie we don't. But this hadith is the example that the that actually refutes the claim of the coverage and the MATA Zilla because the professor was speaking about believers who are in jahannam. And they're going to be taken out of

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So yes, there were many they had faith in their heart. But it wasn't big and strong enough to save them from indepent Jana.

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Meaning their Eman was incomplete because they're not fulfilled with all the obligation of making it sound and complete to save them from Jana. So our duty in this life is not to settle you know, with little things in our life. We need to always look at the highest maybe return and what yields the highest level of hasard for us and reward from Allah subhanho wa taala. So again, madam Raja Rahim Allah here is speaking about these What is this different sects talk about the multicultural Kibera? Does it take the person out of fold of Islam Does it remove a man altogether or otherwise? And again, the sound of Allah sunnah to will, Gemma, no, it doesn't take the person out of the fold of

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Islam. The person still movement, but we say may not be Imani facet from BKB Rafi, meaning the person is having faith in his heart or whatever is leftover about this person because of its sinful because of their sin that they've committed. And that's the balanced way of looking at Kimbo

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sure perpetrators of minor wrong actions, then the term minimoon is not entirely removed from them, but rather they are me knowing which shirt which shortcomings in their email, which decreases of the measure of how much of that they do. Like I said, look, they all agree that a saga Allah call them the Quran, Allah, ma'am, this lemma and Salah does not take the person out of the fold of Eman. Bye bye unanimously they all say this person is still Mormon even though they commit actually these minor sins. Now just to make a distinction over here between a major sin and a minor said what's the difference between a major sin and a minor sin? So there are many, many different definitions for

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major sin and minors. And some of them are they say, in terms of continental Cuba, like me, JB Rahim, Allah He had a whole book and I'll cover that it comes into actually 10s of them, not just seven or 10, as the professor mentioned, the Hadith and mobile fat when the Prophet says, a mobile cloud server, that there are seven major sins another narration 10 major sins, to put them in my biological environment, they have a kind of even more another element as well, too. So what's the definition? How did they find out Kibera? I'll Kabira and Kaviraj anything that has a punishment in the dunya? Or what's the Calculate punishment in the dunya or in the afternoon? Let's clear

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punishment for it. Like what for example, so when it comes to drinking alcohol in the dunya, there is a punishment for it for the lashes on their back, at least on their back. Or and if they don't, then they have a punishment and the Ashra as the professor mentioned, they're going to be drinking from the villa from alcohol, like from the

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sewage of Japan and you could say that's a lot for drinking alcohol. So they have punishment for that. So this is

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a Saavedra things like for example, listen to something that is not You're not supposed to listen to touching something you're not supposed to touch for example, there is no measurement for the amount of sin and the punishment for such a such a sin like that. But it's considered solid. So that's what anything that has measurement punishment, it could be considered Kibera so from this based on that, Allah Heba back by them, is it considered SOJIRO Kibera Gemma, Gemma,

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is there a punishment for it in the dunya but what is the punishment for it? And since the punishment has been described prescribed, there were no it's considered Kabira so therefore, be careful. Gemma. We've been talking about

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The major sins and committing major sins and I'm sure that most of us were thinking hamdulillah I'm safe because a Hamdulillah I don't drink I don't steal I don't do this, don't do that. Be careful. Many many other actually major sins that we sometimes we don't pay attention to them because we think the another major animal take river for example, these days we take it lightly long style. So the Baker for distance now

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the statement the perpetrators of major wrong actions are mostly known with shortcomings in their Eman is narrated by Javid even up the look and it is it is the position of even a mobile rock. It's how we and others the statement that they are Muslims but not me known is Narrated by Abu Jaffa, Mohammed ibn Eddie had been our best

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and so, even at the end some say that it is chose it is the chosen position of the people of the Sunnah. Now that's just what what he suggests that some people that say that's the general statement or position for the people out of sanity Well, Gemma, but we have just mentioned earlier that actually the real position is to say movement on the Imani faster can be can be at a believer by the faith they have in their heart, but they're considered disobedient by the committing of that sin not

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even so, the alo answer. The light of Ema is removed from the adulterer

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said Eman is taken away from him. So that remains above him like a cloud so that if he turns in though that and returns to Him, it returns to him No, which we explained already. Now, Abdullah Abdullah and Rosa and Abu Donalda, said Eman is like a shirt which a man sometimes wears and sometimes removes Imam Akhmad and others said something similar. It means that when all the qualities of iman are complete, he is wearing it. But that when he falls short is something of it, he removes it. He removes it all over this indicates that complete perfect Ema is that of which none of its necessary requirements are missing. But who among us can really claim that they have a fully

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managed map that they have completed all the Accountable email? Because if you do so, we're going to be going next to the degree of what

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a Lesson Understand. Member Islam, Imam Hassan, as a professor of Selim answered the questions of Jabril. So if you've already completed the degree will Eman Marshall you are on the path of SR. And that means you must you are one of the earliest soldering.

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So it's a journey that is possible for people to reach that level. But it was a lot of Madana a lot of self self control. Now.

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The meaning is that a part of the complex of the necessary qualities of Eman is that a man loves for his men brother, that which he loves for himself, and that he should dislike for him, where he dislikes for himself. If that disappears from him, then his Iman is deficient. Because of that. It has been transmitted that the Prophet sallallahu RNA was said and said to Abu Hurayrah love for the people, what you love for yourself and you will be a Muslim. That's it or maybe an even majority narrated it. Let's move on to the next part. Then the last URL on page 193, where it says Mohammed devinwatson and the third paragraph Muhammad ibn wasa

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Muhammad ibn was it was selling a donkey of his an immense that to him, Are you pleased with it for me, he said, he said, if I was pleased with it, I will not sell it. This is an indication from him that he was he was not pleased for his brother to have he himself was not pleased to have. So this is actually an interesting thing about like, if you're going to be selling something, are you going to sell it because

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you love it dearly that you're selling it or selling it because you call us and you don't need anymore?

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Maybe because it's it doesn't operate the way it should be. It doesn't fulfill you know, your need, whatever that is. So he says, when this man he asked him a sincere question, Carla, tada, holy, like some people that come to me and they asked me this very difficult question. They say share, someone asked specifically about a proposal that comes to them. Do you know this guy? I said, Yeah, I know this guy. How much you know, 100? I don't have enough you come to them as a good guy, blah, blah, blah. So do you accept him? You know, if he comes to propose to your daughter? Would you accept him?

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Because you're mad. That's not fair. Because I don't even know who your daughter is to begin with. And even if it's really good match or not, that's a different story. So yeah, he tells him that he's selling him his donkey, meaning he's not I'm not in need of that donkey anymore. Maybe because it's not as good as it used to be. So I'm just selling it. I'm giving it away. Calatrava holy, like would you be pleased to give it to me? If I would, I wouldn't give it to you to begin with. I will keep it if it was that good. I wouldn't even sell it. Like he said, Look, listen. I cannot say it's perfect. It's complete. It's as good as

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They want it to be. But there you go, you investigate you inspect it, if you'd like to take it, but don't take my word for it. So that's what he's saying. Why he's saying that for he's now explaining why

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all of this is a part of the complex of showing sincerity to the generality of the Muslims, which is of the entire complex of the dean and whose explanation was previously mentioned in its place. Well, that this was anyone can remember what is he talking about here?

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Which had it is it talked about

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a deal honestly, how we explained that earlier, do not say. And one of those then basically is sincerity. And one of them is to be sincere to the Ummah and to the people, he goes, this falls under that same category, one of your religious duty is to give than to say hi to the people in the best way possible. So if someone asking you for a sincere advice, you should give it to them as much as you can. Now someone come and ask you for your car, okay, they want to buy your car, you know, your car has has something in it right? But you're selling it. He goes, is the car perfectly, you know, function and said, look, it's in the best condition possible. And if they insist on knowing if

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there's any damage to it,

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you have the right not to disclose, but with one condition. What is that? Then why don't you go inspect it,

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take it to a mechanic, and you get you check it yourself. And then if you like it, come and pay me. So in this case, I'm taking the liability of my back and giving it on that person to go and take it to someone to try it out. Or tell him go and drive it around for the day. And then if you like it, keep it if you don't like it, bring it back to me. So now you remove that liability. So you don't have to tell them exactly what's going on there. Because again from the man of the perfect man you love for them what you offer yourself. Don't you love a bar a good bargain or Gemma? You do right? So does that mean I have to give them a good bargain on my account? That's not the question is going

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to come next Tim God.

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We have mentioned it in the preceding the hadith of a normal living Bashir with the alarm that the prophets of Allah have already listened and said, the lightness of the movement is their mutual affection. sympathy and compassion is like the body which when any of its members suffers from a complaint. The rest of the body rallies around with fever and sleep as the sleeplessness not the narrated it in the Tusa hate books. And this shows that the movement is harmed by what harms his men brother and is grieved by what greets him. This is one of the signs of Kamara Iman, like one of the signs that you're a man has been completed or at least one of the sounds of completing your Eman is

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that you feel with your brothers and sisters for the loss and also you you're happy with further further 100 For the joy. And if you don't, there's something wrong with your iman. And

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like it was just something good happened to your brother, your sister, and you're not happy for them. There's something wrong with you.

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And if it's just something wrong happening to them, and you're happy with it, there is something wrong with your email. Which brings us to the point that he's going to mention in the next paragraph insha Allah Tala can you go and says Karl, where it says Allah Exalted is He in his book praises

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Allah is He in his book praises those who do not want exalted stations in the earth nor corruption when he says

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are with a bit lame in a shape on a Raji ticket down 13 He had in the in Allah you read dune or Hulu fifth all the way

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that Adobo of the next world we granted to those who do not seek to exalt themselves in the earth or to cause corruption in an event Jedi are narrated with a chain of transmission, a transmission on which there are some views that ideal the Alolan said, A man maybe can conceded that thong of His sandals is better than his friend sandals thong. But then and then he comes. And then he comes under his word, that Adobe of the next world we granted to those who do not seek to exalt themselves in the earth are to cause corruption in it. So the point that has mentioned away from coding these ayat is saying this question asking this question, does this hadith, which asks you to love for your

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brothers and your sister, what do you love for yourself? Does that mean you cannot wish for yourself to be in a better position than they are?

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Fully Augustine,

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are you allowed to wish to be in a better position than they are?

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So can you wish to be richer and wealthier than they are?

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I mean, if you'd love for them, Angela, first of all, you want to wish for them to be together wealthy right? But can you wish to be healthier?

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Can you wish for that for yourself to be happier than they are? Are you without even wishing them any ill? Feelings right? So the other mothers say as long as there's no hazard

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There is no hazard there is no envy. There is no ill feeling towards them. It's okay for you to love to have you know a nice shoes nice car nice house without having to brag about it towards other people.

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Once you start looking at your house and wish for it to be better than the house of your friend and neighbor and son in your trouble

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in matters of dunya in matters of dunya you should not wish to compete with them. But where would you wish to compete with them? In matters of data, which is the meaning of Hadees which is going to come later in sha Allah Allah, Tala hasta la COVID-19 When the Prophet saw some said there should be no, no, that sense of of Halal envy, except in two things, someone whom Allah subhanaw has blessed them with wealth, and they spend it right or left for charity. And someone who's been given the gift of the Quran, and they spend their day and night with recitation of the Quran tahajjud Anton Eva.

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Those two people deserve to be envied in a nice way and hallelujah meaning what you don't watch them for to lose what Allah bless them with, but that you wish that you have something similar to the blessing that they have in their hands. Now,

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someone said, the interpretation of this is that it when one wants to boast to others, and not merely when one wants to beautify oneself, let's skip this and shatter the last point as well as what it says feel Joomla on page 149 194.

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On the whole, the movement on to love for what for the moment where he loves for himself and dislike for them or he dislikes for himself. If he sees his brother, if he sees his brother and Muslim some defect in his Deen, then he also exert himself to put it right. One of the right acting people of the first generation said that people who love Allah look by the light of Allah, and they're kind to those who disobey Allah. They hate their actions, but show kindness to them so that through there and manage and monitor sins, they might leave their actions, they're afraid that the fire will consume their bodies, the moment will not truly be a moment until he is pleased for people to have

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what he is pleased for himself. If he sees in someone else some merit which by which they excel, him and him then he wishes the life of of it for himself.

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So the point is making over here, Rahim Allah, Allah, He says, Look, as a believer, even even those who are not doing well, their Eman is low, they're committing sins, what do you wish for them?

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To do better than us? So you look at them with the eye of compassion, not the eyes of anger and wrath. Instead, you just got to ignore. You're not looking at them basically, to wish for them to be destroyed and punished. Or that to be actually to be to be forgiven, and to be rescued. And frankly, as a Muslim Subhanallah living here in this society, really, if you look at the people around us with the eye of compassion, it makes it easy for you to give them doubt over life.

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But if you look at them with the eye of doom and gloom, like who cares, you have no vessel mercy, then you don't you don't have any need for you to give the power to them. So have mercy on them. And look at them with the eye of compassion that may Allah subhana wa Tada open their heart for guidance or Brahman. So the point from this hadith that was been summarized and mentioned, called an abuse of Allah, Allah wa sallam, Lumina Hadoken Hatay Hibbeler. He might humbleness you're not a true believer. Your Eman is incomplete. You're a man that's what it means. Your Eman is incomplete. Until you love for your brother and your sister. Would you love for yourself? May Allah subhana make us

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