Just A Tear For The One We Fear

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Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah mean? So Allah wa salam o Baraka and Amina Muhammad, wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira, some

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remarkably, the end of the Hadith, on which this whole conference was based, discussing the seven categories, seven qualifications to be under the shade of a romance of Hana with Allah. And with one, this beautiful, remarkable of itself, quality of someone individual who is alone, no distractions, nothing about the juniors around and surrounding them, and being alone and by themselves, suddenly, they break out in tears.

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only ask yourself the question, why are they crying, what could be the reason for them to cry, they thought about something that moved them that materialize the thought itself as if it really exists in front of them. That made him cry. And that thought is to believe and remember that one day, they will be standing before Allah subhanho wa Taala. So how long that same category was the end of that long had it? It just like the departing nodes.

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And this is exactly what we're doing right now, in the final session of this conference. It's like a departing node. And usually when people separate after beautiful long term of civil engagement and gatherings and conferencing and so on, they will develop these emotions. And now, when you remember yourself tomorrow, at this time, you will be at work or in school or going back again to the same boarding lifestyle you had before you came to this conference. You start crying.

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And I guarantee before you leave, we shake hands and hug people here and there. You will hide your face and your eyes because perhaps you'll be crying. And at the end of the hurry the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he brings this quality. What did you learn? Was Rhonda Corolla. hollyanne father canina this individual who remember Allah subhanho wa Taala when they're in in solitude, alone, no one is around to them. And remember Allah subhana wa Tada. So they cry. These kind of gatherings always end with this emotional actually memories. And reminds me even with the whole life itself, is full with these memories. It's full with these beautiful gatherings and then

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separation and departing, which reminds me this beautiful part in the Arabic language where

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the party says

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liquid listia and bandanas healthy he phoslo after every beautiful gathering, there has to be a departure, which means separation lahmacun lubaina, embody it he was slow, but not every departure has to end word has to come back to a reunion. Because when you die, there's no return until somewhere else in the hereafter. And now he brings an example and he says hello to you foodie. But in the meanwhile didn't I? I opened my eyelids between two individuals call them mom and dad by an omen wallet in Houma. Bella was in a Hema with another flow. They reach their age and I was still a baby between them and amongst them home now career and for the hella soon after that, they decided

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to default, which means they die coenen karelian for the Halawa McCann, Alicia, her daddy kawazu. And that departure was not the best departure is one thing that you desire. And then he says, we'll have another and then later after that, another year, the enabling uniben level, I have a childhood economy that cannot come to other world and just like I did before, when I had my own dad, which means the cycle of life will continue. And it's gonna keep calling between getting together, departing, getting together, departing, until that perpetual gathering and reunion in the archaea.

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You make sure when this happens, you become one of these seven categories in Sharla de Vaca. With the Harris says Raja Ronda Corolla, cardijn, followed by now, someone who remembers Allah subhanho wa Taala and his or her solitude when they're alone, and their eyes starts flowing with tears. You know, the the Arabic expression for that

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part does not necessarily mean weeping. It doesn't mean that you have to cry your eyes out, like some people to think that it doesn't get actually emotion to start wailing and yelling and screaming and grabbing your hair and beard. It doesn't have to go to that. That extreme. The expression says, For father Carina, which means eyes are flowing with tears. You know, sometimes when you see somebody you can tell that they were crying. How would you tell? How would you know that? You can see their eyes look different, they're watering and you will see

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Also what's going on alert or so now that's nothing. And you can tell that they were crying. And you could see in their eyes that their tears are flowing. What could be the reason? And why do people actually cry in the first place? Remember to be Rahim Allah to Allah, He under commandment of Allah His Baraka without uncertainity najem were and who are the hacker upca Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one who makes you laugh and cry, makes you laugh and cry mean he created laughter and crying. And he said that this is caba us bla bla bla he will buka he was the one who can with the Allah who made the reasons he made the ASVAB the means that causes people to laugh, and causes people to cry.

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When you see a funny event or incident or whatever, you just cannot hold yourself but laughing. And when you see something that brings tears to your eyes, you can pull this up but crying, this is bad that causes you to grieve and feel the sorrow and also feels giggling and laughing are all by the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And these are natural things. So these are natural, crying is a natural thing. You shouldn't be ashamed of that. You shouldn't be considering crying sign of weakness, unless it is at a time when there shouldn't be any crime.

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But it is indeed something natural. And even Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned to us in the Quran, that the most righteous would express these, these these actually practices of crying, even the MBR Allah subhanho wa Taala says and sort of memoriam

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la eco la Vina am Allahu alayhi Minh and maybe those are the people whom Allah subhana wa Taala bestowed upon them, He bestows His mercy upon them, meaning maybe in and beyond the process. Minda realty Adam, the offspring of Adam, women during a woman hamana I knew and those who were cared with knew how to hit certain women. The reality of rahima was among the offspring and the project of Ibrahim and Islam. That's Yahuwah his salon, woman man, hi, Dana was turbina, whom we chosen and we selected for that particular message. And we got into that path.

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Mm hmm. dynamische turbina

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Ayatollah Khomeini horos

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rabuka that whenever we decide whenever there is and the words and the verses of Allah is inserted before them, they fall on their faces in a position of servitude and worship. cornrows so Jaden and prostration were buki and cry.

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So to cry is a noble thing. If especially if it's done for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the messenger of Sarawak Allahu wa salam O Allah. He himself he cried. He was one of those people who cried for the sake of Allah azza wa jal. I should have the love that she explained the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on in one night, that he woke up at night, as usually you want to do to worship Allah azza wa jal being appreciative to what Allah has blessed him with. So I shall be allowed Alana Chicana you know her, his wife when she wants his company in the bed, stay with him and so forth. And then the profits of our centers there

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in Aisha, please leave me do that. I just want to go and make myself my Ivana. Then she said, You're a sort of a lovely, intellectual, horrible. I love your proximity and being with you, when I can, I'm not going to stand between you and your law. I won't stand between and

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so the profits are awesome, she's narrating the story, he stood up he made will do and he made Salah, and he was crying in his session, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Now, even though I was there, but that's another form of solitude. When you pray alone, that's when the power of crying takes actually it's the maximum. But when you cry when everybody else is around you, it's a collective power. Maybe you're not crying because you're really emotional attached to the citation. Perhaps you're crying because of what happened with Sam mention, the man was gonna decide in a very long sutra, or maybe some other reason that you're crying for. But when you do get insula, alone, that is definitely a sign off. Roger, Linda Corolla, Holly and Diana, someone who's remembering Allah subhana wa, tada when they're alone in their solitude, and their eyes are flowing

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with you. There are so many reasons why people cry. And I would like to ask you the question, what makes you cry? Let me put it this way. What is that thing that's really worth crying for in your life? Is there a movie that you're watching and obviously things that you know, and I know as much as you do, that is all fake. It's a story.

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Even if they sell if it tells you at the beginning, based on a true story, but you know that just enacting it, it's not what really happened. You still cry.

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Sometimes even watch

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Animation, and you cry for

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and you just look at yourself in the mirror of how you cry? Is it really something that's worth crying for?

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people they cry because their team lost the game.

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Other people they cry because the sale in the mall just finished five minutes ago, I lost that item or that item was really worth crying for. Ask yourself the question, people, they are deprived for so many reasons. Number one, they cry out of fear. They cry out of fear. And we say out of fear in the Arabic language, the world is cold. And usually the word cough in the Arabic language is used for fear for something that would happen in the future.

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So you're afraid of some that would happen in the future? And that's where afraid, especially if you're at home, and you hear some noise in the room,

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and you have you Don't you know that there is nobody there. And you know that you just came out of that room and now you're hearing something in there. Now all the speculation in your mind makes you go crazy. Because you're afraid what could that be? You're not predicting when I go in there, what is it going to be there and you go to some highlights only the cat

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so you just be freaked out for no reason. Some that you perhaps you forgot that you have at home even the other reason people they cry out of Rama worship

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without of mercy,

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tenderness, it says it's a feeling when you see someone in the prophets of Allah Ceylon holding his own baby infant and it's crying and dying in his own hand. He cried sallallahu wasallam, even under a man of an outfit said, Yasser Allah, what is this, even you, you do that you feel better from doing so call it in.

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This is a mercy, which means I can't hold myself just mercy. Number three people they cry out of love.

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They're longing, you know, for some experiences they had with someone they love. And they cherish these memories. So they start crying. And what's so ironic about love people, they cry when they depart, and they cry when they meet.

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All the time, it's all about crying. SubhanAllah The more you cry about it, the more you know, loving you feel. And it's ironic, why would you cry when you're together. But it is cry because you cherish the moment and maybe out of fear that it might law might not last long.

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People they cry out of joy and happiness. And this is the Arabic language they call them out to sorrow. It's the tears of happiness and joy. And usually the theory of happiness is described as being cool, cool, tear or cold. And it also brings peace and tranquility to the heart. How many times you watch something and it was really really so funny that you made it just go laughing like crazy. He starts crying because of that. He couldn't hardly just keep crying. And because you're so happy that at least some something brought you know smile to you how many times you watch a movie, which began with with catastrophes and miseries and so on. And at the end Mashallah was the happy

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ending. And then he's just so happy for them.

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Even even though you know, that is not even true. But it's just you materializing this in your mind as if it's genuine and it happens. And you cry for that.

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People they cry out for the unbecoming, we call it herzan. And the Arabic language person means sorrow and grief. Usually sorrow and grief is for something that happened in the past. You remember it, and you cry for and you cry because of that. And that the tea that comes out of sorrow and grief, they describe it as being extremely hot, or warm meat, it's actually it's, it's difficult. And it comes usually with pain. It's not an easy and easy to people, they cry, sometimes out of weakness, how's that? You're in a position that you just feel completely desperate and helpless, you don't know what to do. And the only thing you could do is just to cry, man or woman. At some point,

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just like a breaking point, you realize I can't do anything about it. And you break into you. Because if you're weak right now, and of course it develops our perceptions of fear and sorrow and grief and regret and so on. But eventually it begins with feelings of weakness. People they cry.

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People they cry because they were afraid to cry.

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You know, sometimes people just pay them to them to make a role in the movie and then just they have to cry so they make you cry. And this in the past, they used to bring these ladies wailing teams to cry to assist people to you know, to provoke sadness and grief and sorrow and assess the family's basic lack of support kind of team. That was a system back then the caller and I had to muster our it's just basically like a

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hired or paid, willing to become a sci fi with them. And there is always that fake to you. And this will be called hypocrisy and the Arabic language they call it the Martha Marcy. These are the tears of the alligators. And I don't know if they cheer or not, but eventually it just it makes like a fake tear you know that they're lying but I'm just making it up because it's a show. So there are so many reasons why people they cry, and will lie there is nothing worth crying for other than fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala the hash of Allah azza wa jal in the Arabic language we have to actually more than two words for Express fear. Fear I don't know how many words you have for fear in English

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like intimidation and so on. In English, there is four major words used for fear. There is how there is Russia, there is Russia, there is a spa, how raha kashia is far the most important important and two common words are the word health and the word, Harsha.

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When you check the word hashish in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. You realize that that is exactly the practice of the NBR and asahina, the righteous ones, Allah subhana wa tada speaks about the role of man in Nana Yasha hum in a bad man, that those who English that translation poor translation fear those who feel a loss of power that a truly, those are among those who have the knowledge, but the Arabic word was Yasha Harsha. Also when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam here about the statement of few young men who thought the prophet SAW some was forgiven his sins, so he doesn't need to do that much of good deeds. So they gave their own

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vows that they're going to do more than what they expected the professor some should be doing. Then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. In a public speech, he says, I'm in the Chateau Manila, what Kakuma am the most shocking, fearful transit in the English language, again, using the word fear for it, but it's word, Harsha. So what does it mean when we say that you cry out of Russia over lascannon what Allah or out of fear, it will matter later on in his book medallist serophene gave a beautiful explanation interpretation of these words. And he gave an example just to make it to visualize the concept of Russia and the concept of COVID. He says, As for Russia, it's that field that is

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associated with knowledge.

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Which means you feel out of what you know.

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The name of the nozzle mentioned that when you fear Allah subhanho wa Taala. Because you know, Allah azza wa jal has given you everything that you need to be ready for the message of Salah loss, and he's brought over everything.

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And the Day of Judgment, actually, the day of judgment, I knew most of you guys, you understand these terms, most of your students, the day of judgment is an open book exam.

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You already have it the questions and you already have the answers. So there is nothing brilliant about it except what they will do for doing your homework and present your papers at the end.

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So when you have the knowledge, that's what developed the, the beautiful last panel with Allah. As for the mere hope or shear Cove, the word hope in the Arabic language is translated as fear, again, is that how, without knowing what's there in the future, which means it's not associated with solid knowledge. It just like someone who hears something around the corner, and he starts predicting Oh my god, oh my god, what's gonna happen there? What's the difference between coffee and Hershey over here? The difference between health and Russia, those who have the house, just they have they have that fear without the knowledge. Eventually they're going to get extremely angry. Why? When they

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cannot overcome their fear, they feel helpless. They get extremely upset and they become so angry, and they don't have the knowledge about Allah subhanho wa Taala and Allah, Allah azza wa jal, they become so angry with their Creator subhanho wa Taala. And that's what leads them to become desperate Islam

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is a religion of anger of this or that and so on, out of ignorance, but those who have the knowledge, when they know who Allah subhanho wa Taala is they learn about agenda they know about Johanna and they learn how to avoid Johanna and how you can really win agenda easily if you do your part that motivates him is an incentive for them to do more. That's why when the companions radi Allahu Allah and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam and his companions, whenever they hear the words of Allah azza wa jal what do they do? They cry, but they never fainted.

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They never fainting. They cry, but they don't think but when you hear about stories of the people that you reach that can afterwards like a football club in our yard sun for example, Ali.

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Whenever his awards about Johanna he faints and his mother keeps telling his father her husband says never resized was about Johanna Manya.

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Son is in the measure, you're going to kill this kid.

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Why is that? They've been claimed to lie that he says that because they don't have the same level of COVID and husham. That knowledge that's a habit they had, even though they were fearful to Allah subhanho wa Taala more than any generation that came afterwards, but that fear or harsher that they develop, it made them it actually developed instead of desperation and develop hope, aspiration and motivation.

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They will feed Allah subhanho wa Taala to motivate and motivate them to go towards him, not go away from him. Another example of environmental law to explain how and Harsha he says, just like someone who sees a tsunami, he says actually a sail, which means that like flooding, flash flooding coming towards you, when you see that, what do you do, you start running physically, you physically start running away from the danger. But then as you keep running and running or running, he says how demands from you movement, you keep going and running and you keep always shaking. As for the harsher, he says once you go to a higher level. Once you go to a higher level and you find shelter,

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then you go and sit there, hide yourself now, you're still afraid that the water might come to that level. But now you have the knowledge. You have the knowledge, the primary knowledge that is not going to get to that level anytime soon. that develops some sort of peace. This is Russia, because it's based on knowledge. So when you have that question of Allah subhanho wa Taala it should develop that piece with the laws of origin that will motivate you to be appreciative and work so hard. Mmm the NASA gave you some incentive some instructions. What you could be doing after this, this or this conference. And that's what I want you to do. When you hear the statement was on the Corolla Harley

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and performer Dinah, someone who remember the loss of Hannah without and solitude, and it's such crime is not a crime out of desperation. No, there's not crying out of the last panel with data they know about the mercy of Allah azza wa jal and they cry because they're so happy that Allah so merciful they knew about our agenda. Oh amazing place that agenda would be so they start crying because they have hope being there. It's not just about you know always having fear to be in Johanna escaping journal. Even when you have that hope to meet with Allah subhanho wa Taala you just cry.

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Remember when

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he received the news received the news the message of solace and came to me says yeah, ob in Allah subhana wa amarena nuprol Khurana Allah has a panel with Allah commands me to recite the Quran before I want you to listen to me when I was reading the Koran

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and obey was shot.

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Caller Sorolla was a Mandela did he mentioned me by name called Allah hamana. Yes, sir. Yeah, he just mentioned you by name. And he broke in tears.

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Why would obey cry upon hearing good news? Like Allah Subhana Allah knows you by name. He cried. It's it's this is a moment of happiness and joy. So the remember Allah subhana wa tada and out of the Harsha. They break in tears. But these are tears and tears of joy that they remember Allah subhanho wa Taala in the best way possible. So it's not just about Johanna. It is also that hope in Allah subhanho wa Taala Harsha is the balance between both both ends with an agenda and between Johanna and at the end of this conference. What I want from each and every one of you that would you leave this place you come in the night Allah with this message, you are going to walk away from this

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place with that hustle for Allah subhanho wa Taala. And you have that knowledge you have been empowered with knowledge about seven categories, seven qualifications that you're going to be working on in your life in sha Allah azza wa jal so that on the Day of Judgment, you will have the tears like everybody else, but your tears will be cool tears, tears of joy and happiness because you want when everybody else is crying, unfortunately for some of the reasons, you will be crying for the best reason that Allah subhanho wa Taala selected you among all these billions of people to be under the shade pursuit of a romance with Hannah Montana. And I want you after the realizing now

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that question the federal law requires knowledge from you to go and pursue it. How can I become faithful to Allah subhana wa dunan that positively it doesn't have to be a negative field. It should be that positive fear of Allah azza wa jal How can I be that person? empower yourself with knowledge knowledge about what about your deen mmm will tell you about how to light Allah Allah. He said that people that comes to Russia and knowledge, I come under three categories. So the argument will

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be denied between

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someone who knows Allah subhana wa tada and they are knowledgeable about the deen of Allah azza wa jal which means they know who Allah subhana wa Taala who he is to them.

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And therefore they learn that the analyst can center them and they work upon us. That's the first category. That's the best category. And these are the other man this column. And then he said, Allah mambilla jehlen beenleigh. Someone who knows about Allah, but they know nothing about the deen of Allah. And this is very, very common among Muslims.

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They know so much about Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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No wonder when they think of Allah, I think, you know, I don't know I just don't have it in my I don't feel it in my house. Because they don't know they don't have the knowledge that would provide them with the Harsha that harshness you'd associate with knowledge that would bring positive relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the third category, the third category says, what our children Oh, shucks, someone who Jah hyrum Billa Jahan Bina they have no idea who Allah is. And they have no idea what the deen of Allah. And he says this is just like that there are

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many, many people who don't believe in Allah. Don't believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala. There's one category he didn't mention, which is someone who's an element who's just hidden below, not knowing about Allah, but knowing so much about the little falassarna wattana these people could be some like orientalist this time. They have degrees in Islamic studies where you don't believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala or maybe some Muslims who are so rigid in their practices of the deen.

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They're so rigid, and the practices of the deal that they only recognize of the deen that superficial practice, that they lost the spirit of the practice of our Deen. They don't know why, what's the incentive of it's of harm because they lost the connection between them and the loss upon what Allah and the best way of doing it, that you become Alamin Villa having the knowledge about Allah azza wa jal and the knowledge about a dinner for Allah subhanho wa Taala empower yourself with knowledge, empower yourself with knowledge, get to pursue these seven categories. So you become be in Allah azzawajal for sure and guaranteed under one of these categories, if not even more, you

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could be one of these actually who ever have more than one qualification, you know that some people they carry more than one degree and on judgment day like overkill, so this will be called from the eight gates of Jenna, you could be one of those people who will be called for the seven categories to be under the shade of a romance of Hannah who was Allah, empower yourself with knowledge that will develop Russia, in your heart in sha Allah azza wa jal that will make it they will make a relationship with Allah has a very positive again, this is the positive fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala we would provide would provide your women with power with energy that you move on with your

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life and never be discouraged from the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala akuto kolyada was de la

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rue, but hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen wa salam ala Vienna Mohammed Ali Osaka Salama Sara Marie