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Yaser Birjas

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All right.

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So I'm Monica Rahmatullah Baraka.

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Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah. Amin Salallahu Salam o Bara cannabinol Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sallahu SIBO cylinder Sleeman Kathira My God, we're coming very close to finishing our first book shallow Tyla from part one out of the four parts that Emmanuel pajama divided the book into Oberliga that the chapter of the book The parts related to devotional actions, and now we're coming to the last almost the last section and that is talking about the excellence of the night prayer the excellence of solid to lay the night prayer. So that's going to be our discussion shallow Tala Bismillah. will begin

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early mean some

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some Lauricella Allah says that a Jaffa you know boom hormonal model Algeria, their sites apart from their beds. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, observe the night vigilance biannually for it is the habit of the pious before you. It is a means of gaining proximity to your Lord, forgiveness, smoke filled up for your sins and prevents from sin. There are many traditions about its excellence, and hamdulillahi rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa barakato Muhammad Anwar it was I was telling him about Matthew Kodama, Rahim Allah Allah if you guys remember the last session we had, he was dividing the night the night times or the night rabada times. And he two different time

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different actually moments six sections or six actually would say specific time for a Buddha. And then he said people are different in terms of their energy level in terms of their how busy they are, in terms of their responsibilities in life depends on what at what level you are, what will be the best for you. So it covered divided that people between being Ireland or Scotland with our limb, knowledgeable person, someone who's our but someone who has a

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responsibility over people and so on. So they give different categories. And he says, look for what is best for you based on your circumstances. And now he's talking about tahajjud in general, doesn't matter where you are, whether you're knowledgeable person, or an average person, student of knowledge or a scholar, you're busy or not so busy. You need to dedicate some time at night for tahajjud you need to dedicate some time from your life from unite for tahajjud how much of that now that depends on your level of energy and you're going to divide the time for the night inshallah accordingly with Allah azza wa jal but first, he began by saying, Allah Subhana Allah says about the

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100 cantata Jaffa Juno boohooman and Medallia their sides bark from their beds Subhanallah even the Arabic expression that a Jaffa julu Boom Anil Maharaja, what does that mean? edema, like they don't even feel comfortable sleeping.

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Like they have no comfort in sleeping. Even when they tried to put themselves to rest when they tried to put their body to rest, the body resistance their sides resist the comfort of the cushion and the comfort of the mattress. Why? Because their sides tell them I can't do this. I need to get up.

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Can you imagine that Allah subhanaw now is making your side as a different entity from you. resisting your desire to sleep and your side is telling you Look I cannot do this. I need to get up right now right now that a Jaffa gentleman Maharajah that every time they want to get some rest their size and their back keep telling them I need to get up. How many of us don't find that dressed when they go to sleep because your bodies keep telling you I need to pay 200 enough sleep and it's 200 versus you know you keep saying oh my god, there's not enough not enough time to sleep. Not enough time to sleep I need to go to sleep not enough time to sleep versus I need to make up for 200

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that is expression was mentioned the IRA and he got a hadith and abuse of Allah Allah will sell amount of sola is himself called Ali Khan with the MO lil Fernando Salah when the Prophet saw some says observe Salah too late. Make sure to take part in the night prayers. It doesn't matter at what level he said in the hotel beside him because that was the habit of the righteous people. Now you want to be among the righteous, you have to use unite some of that night for 200 You have to use part of the night for 200 And then he says cut over CORBA to a lot of become Behringer, closer to Allah Subhan your Lord man further, let's say that forgives your sins. woman had to handle FM and

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deters you from committing sins. How so? Because when you wake up with 100 Spend an hour half an hour more or less at night, next day in the morning and you see something that is tempting you about to do it to do something wrong. What would you remember?

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You're going to waste the hour that you weren't spending 200

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even ask Allah for forgiveness all night to go and do this again. So becomes a deterrence that stops you from doing actually an essence. And by the way, you

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Those statements not just for men, it's also for women for the sisters tahajjud as well too. I know a lot of us we keep saying yeah, I remember my grandmother used to do that. What about you?

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You're young Mashallah. You can still wake up and dedicate some time for tahajjud now, it hasn't really said I have not found any worship require more patience and praying in the middle of the night. jofa Lee, he was asked why why do those who pray at night have the finest faces? So he replied because they secluded themselves with the Most Merciful and he closed any club closed them, closed them from his light. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala clothes from his life Dr. Bill Alameen al Hassan Mohamed El Masri. He says column elementary by the shade and legend men by the Cheyenne assured

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Minnesota dividual fillet cannot experiences I have never experienced hardship in performing an act of worship more than maintaining the night prayers. It's so hard as Allah mentioned on the console to resemble as well to in a nutshell Talia dot o como Tila, say that and actually, I tell you that when you stand up for the 100 when you wake up and do the rebar at night, it is so hard. I should do it on. Like it's very difficult to maintain. Again because it defies every norm for ourselves, getting dressed and enjoying your sleep and no interruption and so on. But you go and you interrupt yourself to stand up for 200 That's why it's so difficult. And then that's why he was asked it was

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called marble with the hygiene as on as usual. We see that people who pray at night they have mashallah shiny, beautiful face. Because what are you talking about? Of course we do it because they're secluded themselves at night for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. So Allah bless them with this light.

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Because the Hajj would have its effect on people. When you maintain that at night, during the day, you can move mountains, and Subhanallah that's why the Sahara della Tirana, one day when embraced Islam, in Mecca, when they first embraced Islam, what was the first instruction that they had to fulfill and perform? They had it for a full year, for a full year. But then when they get tired, they complain to the prophets that Allah said, and that's when the Prophet says, Okay, fine. And Allah has made it easy for them. He made it right now as a recommendation, when it became a recommendation that they stopped doing to Ajit? No, now the difficult voluntarily and even doing

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more, because now it's coming because they saw the value. They loved it. And they do they do it willingly. So if you don't, and that's the instruction, the action item I need you to take from this night as you

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never ever missed the opportunity of participating in the night prayer. Now, how how can I do this, he's going to start right now given us ways of helping us to wake up for that, you know that praying at night is difficult. So except for those to whom Allah has made it easy by fulfilling certain conditions should some of these conditions are external bathin and some are internal. Like, if you would like to work for the hedge, you need to observe two things, things that has to be from the inside, from your ends from inside you. And things from the outside. Things I need to I need to observe that is actually considered the internal it's in the it's in my heart, and things duty I

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have to do and maintain from the outside. Let's see, because most of us won't come to the edge. And what do we focus on as your mind.

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You focus on the outside 10 alarms, five minutes apart from each other, right? You put the alarm, maybe the next door next room so that at least you have to get up your bed and way and go and pick it up. You do everything that is external. But there's something much more important the internal part that I need to maintain to make work for tahajjud much easier for me that I don't even have to use an alarm to make up for it. So what are these internal things now, our external, the external conditions include eating a little, one of them would say Oh, students of the past do not eat a lot less you drink a lot. And then sleep a lot and finally lose a lot. You guys hear that?

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When we say don't eat a lot, you know what you can eat whatever you want, as long as you're able to burn it before you go to sleep.

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If you exercise, if you haven't handler, heavy duty kind of job and work that you burn all those calories, and that's fine. But if you're going to be eating all these carbs, and there's no outlet to it, because your job is on the computer or you're sitting on your desk, for example, then eat less just eat less. What is less anyway, when we say less what does it mean exactly? Because we would never say I don't know about you man. For me it is that means you know one out of three plates. Yeah. No, we're talking about less generally speaking that when you when you how to measure that, that when you as a prophet saw Selim mentioned you divide your food or your stomach into three

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portions. So those are the times Tom was totally sure Robbie was totally inefficient. 1/3 for food 1/3 for drinks, and 1/3 for breathing and we talked about etiquette earlier.

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So when it comes to one for 1/3 for food, and 1/3 for drink, how can I measure that? You will measure that by always stop eating when you have desire to eat more.

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If you stop eating, when you don't have desire to eat more, what happens there is a man, you're up to the rim right now.

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So that said you're done. But leave your food when you still have desire to eat more.

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Similarly, when you drink, if you drink, whatever sweets or fruits and so on, juicing and all these kind of things, same thing, don't first of all can leave it for later.

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The same thing, don't face the whole cup covered, put in the fridge next meal, so that you don't eat too much sugar, too much carbs, because that's going to make us that old feeling lazy. So he says don't eat too much needless now. They also include not They also include not tiring, tiring oneself with heavy work during the day and not leaving the midnight nap. They do that as it makes the night vigilance easier. One should also avoid since two things I mentioned. Number one during the day, you need to make sure that you don't put yourself to fatigue. Don't expose yourself to certain things or duties or activities that will actually kill your energy. So by the time the night arrives, you have

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absolutely nothing left in you. So sometimes people Marshal after work, what do they do they go to the gym, because they want to exercise and instead of exercising for 45 minutes, half an hour, 25 minutes, they exercise for two, three hours

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they're young mashallah maybe single gonna have nothing else to do after that. So there's been these hours in the gym.

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And after that, when they come back home, they take the shower and what their body is sore. So they had to take you know, extra time for this to recover. How are they going to wake up?

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Which by the way, exactly surprising Mashallah. I mean these people to Baraka Rama, they spend hours in the gym to get strong, right?

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But they don't even have the strength to get out of bed to pray Fudger let alone 200 What's the point of that strength then?

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What are these muscles for the you can't, you can't use them to pull yourself out of bed for Fudger or even for tahajjud then those useless so that's very important to keep in mind inshallah. The second thing he said, Hey, malata can also avoid sins.

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During the day, if someone is unfortunately putting his himself exposed to sins, looking at haram thing, listen to haram things and doing all these ridiculous things in life. How do you expect to be able to have the energy to work for the hedges? As a matter of fact, you're probably going to feel guilty and hypocritical. And the shutdown is gonna keep eating you up until you decide you know what, I'm not worthy of this, and you won't even do it. So you need to make sure to preserve your energy for the night by observing Allah's limits during the day and that's what we talk about in the next session inshallah for the law, you preserve Allah's limit that Allah will preserve you He will

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guard you will protect this panel or data now. So reset I was prevented from the night vigilance for five months due to a sin them I can I committed who is saying that as Mr. Imams if you're under 31 of the great aroma of a cellar for him, I'm allowed to saying like, I was deprived of the habit for five months, because of a sin have committed. Some of us might say five months, I haven't done that for Madonna, she

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willingly.

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And he's now guilty because it wasn't able to do to her for five months. Maybe the number is a little bit different for us, and I've committed and well imagine if you had a thought of saying a sin I've committed what type of sin he's talking about.

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Probably for us, for us. What is concerned for us Jonnie minor thing for him, it becomes a major thing for him. So he's saying things and in his in his way, like I've done something wrong for us, you call this wrong? I mean,

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what's the problem with that? Yeah, for the audience, they have a different level, they have to carry themselves in a different way. So that's why make sure to protect yourself and your your nights by observing good character during the day in shallow turn. Now, the internal conditions include erasing ill feelings from the hearts towards other Muslims, voiding it from innovations and turning turning it away from the from worldly vanities. Forgotten. Yeah, so imagine three things. Number one part Salama, totalitarian muslimin. Don't hold grudge, hold the grudge next to heavy all the time. Even though Subhanallah holding grandma, in terms of the actual physical weight, it's

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nothing. There's nothing you can measure that with physical weight. But the fact that it's occupying your heart, you sometimes feel it is heavier than carrying mountains over your shoulder.

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When you hear it when you hold grudge against somebody, it feels so heavy. That even makes you so lazy to do anything because you're unable to carry yourself out to do anything, even if it was just lifting something moving something else. Why because you're too exhausted. Thinking about this issue that is actually occupying your

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Heart. So he says, Keep your heart clear. Make sure you don't carry any grudge against anybody. Move on forgive and move on. That's the first thing is the second Baba Hulu organelle Buddha. Make sure that your heart is clear from innovations. Anything that displays Allah subhanaw taala or any believes that completely against the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in regard to the matters of our day, the matters of faith, organize the practice of our deen your your heart is confirmed on the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the 13th era unfolded the dunya which means avoid the van the worldly vanities. Like nowadays Subhanallah you have a lot of

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people that conversation about what about many things. Maybe it's not haram. Like, for example, talking about

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the Superbowl.

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watching, watching the Superbowl watching the games or talking about these games. Maybe it's not in itself. In essence, it's not haram, in essence. But some people are so excessive about it, that they know every single player, every single play every single yard every single day, just like what's what's the point of that knowledge,

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you're wasting a lot of memory on something that's supposed to be better than this. So does the benefit of of the dunya. Because of your all was a heart attack to the dunya. When it comes to matters of the athletic gets weaker and weaker. Now, they also include constant and overwhelming fear, hope in the heart, expecting death to come soon and being aware of and being aware of the excellence over the night vigilance. So what he says always said, you have to always keep yourself always have that tough.

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Knowing that, look, my time is short, I'm going to have the chance for this. You know what, maybe I'm not gonna have another night for that. So you always have that concern that I haven't done enough to hedge it in my lifetime. So I better start doing it and work on right now. Otherwise, if I lose that opportunity, it might never come back to me. So always have the opportunity. I'd better do this night. I'm going to do this not because I'm afraid I'm going to have another night. Maybe I'm going to get busy tomorrow next week or the week after. So you always have that concern. I haven't done enough of that. And frankly, if you ask yourself today, how much of your night since you have

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become Bella says you become adult Islamically speaking and when you did your puberty since that moment until this day, how much of your night could you dedicate? Or could you say that you've dedicated to 200?

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Check the ratio of unite system. How long how much of that is it 50% 15% 10% How much is that one percentage Amma?

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Ask yourself this question. See how much you've been doing all these nights so maybe you're not gonna have another month. That's the one second thing is is it as well. Always try to remind yourself of the excellence and reward for 200 all the time. Remind yourself you know what, if you do that, Allah Subhana Allah will count you among a Dacula Katana with that carrot always remember Allah as those people are in the highest level of Jana, among the righteous one. So remind yourself for the excellence of the hijab

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one of the most honorable motivators is a is loving Allah almost high and having strong faith who Allah man, that when that when one stands up to pray, he is having an intimate discourse with his Lord who is present and sees him. This motivates him to lengthen his prayer. Now what about motivation and decision making when everybody else was sleeping, and you're up at night, and you have that dim light somewhere in the corner that gives you a sense of you know, at least gives you a nice beautiful ambiance for the night. Like having a candle on the Sun back in the days. And when you start saying Allahu Akbar, you know that no one is watching. No one hears you, no one except for

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him. So Hannah with Anna, when you realize that now, this is a private conversation,

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a direct hotline between underlies those

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and you are now in the company of the Divine. And he is looking at you, He is present there for you. Because the prophets as Sam said in the last portion of the night, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada in a manner that suits his Majesty descends on to the earthly heaven. And he asked the people, where are those asking so I can answer them? Where are those who are seeking forgiveness so I can forgive them? Where are they? Like he said, I'm here. Are you there?

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Every single night, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah is telling you, I am here for you.

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So the question is, are you there?

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Do you need anything from me? Can I help you with something? And if we're not there and not present at that moment, we miss the opportunity to be in the, in the in the presence of the Divine.

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And I just think about this, this is the enough motivator for anybody to be awake at night. Remember the story of Amanda was okay Sandra malata Anna, when he went to visit a friend before Fajr and he was told he was asleep and I was just kind of shocked and surprises I've never thought about sleep and this time

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Ready for failure? Someone says before Fajr that's the Sahara. That's what Allah subhanaw taala is there for you is asking you, what are you looking for? How can I help you? And you're asleep.

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So that's why is it that's enough motivation. It is enough motivation to know that Allah subhanaw taala he is there and he is waiting for your call.

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Are you calling him or even your way to console take the opportunity, and don't miss that moment as a man, especially we're still right now in the winter time. And as as we move closer to spring and summer, the night is going to become shorter and shorter. While you can still have enough time at night and wake up before Fajr Don't miss this opportunity as your man that's the best motivation for you Inshallah, now, I will show you and the people the night enjoy their night more than the people of idol play.

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Enjoy their playing where it now for the night I would not want to stay in this world. I will study Mandarin and one of the seller for him Allah was one solitary Nazi. He is known to have those beautiful accurate statements about the alpha and the dunya and so on. Because the people have a Lael Adalet which means those who do to hedge it, they enjoy the sweetness of praying tahajjud for them is way better than those who spend their nights in nightclubs. Like how these people go spend the night at a nightclub and they enjoy it. Because the people have to hedge it. They have a better enjoyment in doing what they do than those who actually will be in a nightclub. Actually there's two

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evils because this will they come out drunk all the villain you see the Mr. Street Allama Stan, their situation is ridiculous and the hangover the next day and the headaches and this and that. But those are pre 200 They wake up energized because they defeated themselves and they defeated the shaitan so they feel empowered by the fact that I was able to wake up at night and hamdulillah do good when I stood up in Salah for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala that's empowerment

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versus feeling guilty and headache and all that kind of stuff and so on. No wonder he says the call. Well, I will Elaine lemme about to look if it wasn't for the night. I wouldn't have wanted to stay longer. And I will be with the last panel with that now. It occurs in Sahih Muslim that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said there is an hour in the night no Muslim serving coincides with it and asked Allah for good except that he gives it to him. This happens every night. Did you guys hear that? The Prophet saw some says What did happen one?

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What does it happen? Every single night?

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Every single night? What does that mean? Allah subhanho wa Taala is there for you every single night? Are you there for him?

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Are we there for him? When he is coming subhanaw taala to us in a man it's His Majesty. And he is looking for you and will miserably sleeping

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that's enough Allah to reflect on to see how how much we how much time we wasted in this dunya

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the golden opportunities even if you just wake up for half an hour, so let's say shout out what he says right now, in regards to how much time you should be spending during the night now, the night vigilance is at various levels, not only tip he mentioned actually six of them, six of them just to be aware of now. The first level is praying the entire night. This has been narrated from some of the predecessors said If, however, is that the son of the prophets of Allah salah? No, that's not except Except one. And special occasions. Like what? last the night of Ramadan?

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Last minutes of Ramadan little cuddle for example. Right? So a special occasion. Yeah, it's okay to stay up all night. And during a bar, it's okay. But it shouldn't be the day then because that was not the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Allah Allah was Allah. Now, the second level is praying one half of the night, this two has been very different. Some of the predecessors, the best way here is asleep, the first the first third or last six of the night, because sixth and third are equal to what the GEMA.

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Well, that mathematicians

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once it's unwanted, this is what the demo, that's half.

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That's half. So basically, you sleep the first half of the night, it says over here that you pray. And this is basically you do it by 1/3 and 1/3. And then you have half in the middle. That's what it means 1/3 and one six at the end, actually, then you have half in the middle. So pray half of the night in the middle of the night. So you sleep the first third, and then you wake up for one half, and then 1/3 towards the end. So that's actually one way of looking at it.

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The third level is praying 1/3 of the night in this case, when should sleep the first half and the last six. This is the ninth vigilance of profit that would at least that's the best football for the province as I'm sure should you actually maintain this adjustment in and that is praying 1/3 of the night and this guy said

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One should sleep the first half of the first half, and the last six. So usually half of the night, and they wake up to pray 1/3 of the night, and then to sleep the last six of the night. And until fajita it says that was the practice of the dalai Selim. And when the Prophet SAW said and spoke about CRM and 200, it says, After Sam Sam that the best facet was the first of the 31st every other day. And the best 100 was the head of diode, he did this LSR to cerami, slept half of the night, woke up 1/3 and slept a lot, the last six, and then he woke up for Fudger. After that, now, it occurs in the tussah haste, the most beloved prayer to Allah is a prayer of that he used to sleep

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one half of the nightstand 1/3 of it in prayer and sleep one, six. Now.

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It is good to sleep in the last part of the night as that takes off the traces the traces of sleepiness that one might otherwise have on his face in the morning and listen to the yellowness of the face as well. But that's for what the GEMA for who these these instructions should apply to those who have natural natural life that they lived with, with the daylight like they used to do back then. But for us right now we stay up half of the night, we're still not done with our day, it's already dark, we're still up at night. So if when he says that you need to rest the last six of the night, under the assumption that you stayed right after Asia. But since we stay up longer after

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Asia, this might not be applying to you. Because it might be actually difficult to do that because you will last maybe two three hours already being awake after a shower before you went to sleep. So you're not shrinking by the fact that you stay up late after a shot. Now, the fourth level is praying his praying the sixth of the fifth of the night. If one does this, it's better to do so in the second half, some some seed has been added to pray in the last six. So it says look, if you couldn't do this much, then at least do 1/6 of the night. Wonderful tonight. And it's better for you to be towards the end, middle or towards the end look, the last the second half and towards the end

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as well. Why in order for you to catch the the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that Allah Allah is descending and above His Majesty. And he's asking people, What are you asking for? So if an answer, you know, observing any particular schedule is doing so is difficult, there are two ways of doing this.

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The first way praying the first part of the night until until one is overcome by sleep, then getting up to pray again, upon waking up, whatever it was that was that much as the fifth level for

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I don't know, over here where it says not observing any particular schedule. I think there's a missing statement here. There's supposed to be the fifth actually level.

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Where where's that?

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The fifth is praying for four units. Actually, that would be the sixth on this one. The fifth one is actually what says over here, not observing any particular schedule. This is the fifth actually level. The fifth level is this one. He says now not observing any particular schedule, does that mean? It doesn't matter if you're going to be playing sixth? Or fifth or third? Or have no specific, specific time for that? So it's basically make it very general? Yes, that's number five. That's the fifth level.

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Right? The first way praying the first part of the night until one is overcome by sleep. So what he says there's two ways of doing that. No particular order no particular specific time for 200 at night. But how do you do that he has two ways of doing it the first way, praying the first part of the night, go ahead, until one is overcome by sleep, then getting up to pray again upon waking up. And then sleeping again. One is one overcome by sleep. This one as it says over here basically says, Look, start praying. When you get tired, go to sleep. Wake up, pray again. When you get tired, go to sleep. When you wake up, pray again, all life. You just got to alternate based on how how tired you

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are and how energetic you are. Now, this requires heavy struggle. It is yet it is what it's what some of the predecessors would do. It occurs in the two so he's there and it's Rhodiola horn who said if he wanted to see Allah's Messenger, so I'm praying that we would see him and if we wanted to see him sleep to see him sleeping, we would see him What does that mean from the actual Delana when she said Codman couldn't lay Salah Rasulullah has said Allah Azza the Messenger of Allah He prayed from every portion of

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he prayed from the beginning, the middle, the end, April from every portion of the night. So some of they say it depends on the energy, as it was mentioned this hadith

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or more Rhodiola horn who would pray a night that what Allah wished him to pray and then in the last part of the night he woke his family up saying the prayer, the prayer and the Ha said I observed the people who are shy of Allah in the darkness of the night because of their long sleep. So basically what I want to talk about Elon he would himself wake up and pray to her. And then when he is done, he wakes up his family because enough for you guys now wake up for the hedge

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And now, the second way sleeping the first part of the night and waking up to pray for the remaining part after sleeping enough. So that's that's the opposite. Instead of thought there was Salah until you get tired, no now go to sleep until you wake up. So if we wake up sometimes what happens to all of us by the way, you wake up maybe because you have sleeping cycles, right? So maybe after two and a half hours, three hours of your sleeping cycle is fine, your eyes are open. What do you do? Do

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you go to bathroom and come back into sleep? Right? Or you just drink some water just come back to sleep or check what time is still early and you go back to sleep? He says don't do this. If your eyes open, what does that mean? Get up to pray. And then when you feel tired, you go to sleep, and so on. So that's the opposite to it now, Sophia in authority said it is the first sleep of the night. When I wake up. I do not sleep in it. Subhanallah you know, I remember I talked about some of the Alama not about the 100 but seeking knowledge. So they were asked if they had any specific sleeping schedule. I know in terms of health wise you have to have some odor in that in that

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fashion. Especially that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tala. He said, Well, Jana, Lena Nebojsa or John or Jana Inara. Marcia, which I live. So Elaine was for you to sleep and Sebata as well to get some rest. The day is for working. However, some Alhama they don't know the difference between day and night. For them, it's all about the energy level. So they will be studying and reading until they get started. They just kind of drop down on the book and take a nap and then when they wake up, they continue reading and studying.

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How you could do that as Remar dedicated all their life for the Subhanallah

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the sixth level is praying two or four units. It has been narrated that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said pray and night pray for pray to. It occurs in the Sunnah that'd be that Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said if a person wakes up at night, wakes up his woman folk, then they offer two units of prayer together they are written that night among the men and women who remember a lot. So the Prophet saw Sam says this actually, the sixth level, he says, at least, at least pray to raka

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just

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doesn't have to be 10 doesn't have to be eight, at least

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for rock as you can. Because how do you do that you pray to rock out for yourself. And then when you're done, you go to work up your spouse says hey, let's wake up and pray together to rock. So you get your spouse to pray to rock I will do and you will be doing for right now. Just assisting and helping one another. That's one of the virtues of a household as the last Prime Minister about his final exam. But what what I like I was solid he was stubborn Alia on the visa as well to that you know, order your family to pray, was stubborn Allah and be patient with them. Like you need to always try your best to wake them up for Ibadah and Fatah

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told her even Moussaieff used to tell his family and they used to used to pray and they used to tell his family to pray at night seeing pre two units for prayer in the middle of the night diminishes when sins that's one of the virtues of praying at night because you have your sins forgiven Allah forgive us our sins are Malala money.

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These are the ways that they can be divided the student of the path should choose for himself what is easy to perform. If praying in the middle of the night is hard. He should not neglect spending the time between military Manisha and prayer and should observe the set portion before dawn. We just spoke about actually in the previous section if you remember we said our delay the forces of the night is one of them was what do you do between Maribou inertia, bring 12 Reichart and Raqqa six record disputable in terms of authenticity. But he says at least if you couldn't do it then a pray your river between Arabic ninja beekeeping in mind but back then between inertia was water Gemma was

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night for them already because there was no light outside, you know, so this becomes night. So therefore, it's hard for people to stay up until a shot back in the days. So to stay awake, they pray there soon. And now until Russia starts on Bing. So if you couldn't do the head job, he said at least do something between Russia now. In this way he is praying during both ends of the time. This is this this is a seventh level. He said this is seventh level which is basically between America and Russia if you can have to do it that way. May Allah subhanaw taala make us some of those who do talk to Dr. Brian Amin and ALLAH SubhanA excetera Marcia Rahmani Raheem and sha Allah and next week

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we'll have our last chapter in the book and then we're going to begin with the next book and shallow data from the week after that when the gentleman Luxa from all of you your element and make among those will always remember Allah subhana abundantly they are Nigel, Paula.

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Love we're going to start in shall our second book when Allah azza wa jal for those who are with us. If you have the book, it's going to be on page 324 324

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So, where it says on the second paragraph is saying when you ask then ask Allah or whether it's time to the cell service or Allah with a standard first time biller. And last time I mentioned that actually there was supposed to be 12 statements but actually I realized that actually 11 statements for the correction just on a shallow Paula

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Smilo handles what was

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he said, so long when he was when you ask them ask Allah, when you seek help than seek help from Allah is derived from his words. Exalted is He yet again now we'll do a year can stemming. It's interesting that we have to talk about this because if you were with us last night shake, tie YT he was speaking about this principle Exactly. When you ask ask Allah when you seek help seek help from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada and he elaborated on that profoundly. I actually was hoping it will be here with us tonight but he's on his way back home shallow to water Cortana

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you will worship you will be asked for help. Because asking Allah is supplicating and deserved from him. And supplication is the act of worship. And that's a hadith a dua Oh, who had a brother there was another innovation disputable does authenticity boho labor which is the essence of a bada is that we mentioned that before demand a dua seeking asking ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada is the essence of riba who can tell me why I want to I want to make sure that you guys understand this very well. How How is it that that Da Da is the essence of whoever is going to explain right now next, but we talked about this from before. I hope you still remember that. How is it that that is the essence of

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worship? Look, this whole creation, Allah Muhammad very clear, we've been created for what? To worship Allah azza wa jal, and the essence of your rebar, the essence of worshiping Allah is to ask him, how's that?

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But established religion? That's true, but what is it? What type of relationship is that?

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Again,

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because you rely on him, what does that mean? You admitted what? Your Poverty and need for him? What's the essence or about the anywhere that you need him? If I don't need him? I don't have to even worship.

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But when you when you ask ALLAH SubhanA Matana What are you admitting Exactly? That you're Allah, I need you.

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I asked you for this. I asked you for that because I'm incapable of doing it by my own by myself. I need your assistance. I need your help in that, my lord. So a dua is when you expose yourself to Allah subhanho wa Taala and show you your poverty. And that is the whole essence of worshipping Allah azza wa jal. Now

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supplication is the act of worship as his narrative from the Prophet Salah Lucerne in the hadith of a new man, Mr. Bashir, and then he restarted his words Exalted is He Ebola welcome God Rooney. As

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your Lord says, Call on Me and I will answer you.

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Imam, Abu Dawood to me the unnecessary and imaginary did

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a to me the narrative the hadith of unasyn mnemonic from the Prophet salaam, salaam. supplication is the merit of worship. So these words comprise that Allah subhanaw taala is asked

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and New Orleans than him is first and then Allah is sought help from in New Orleans. So what he says Rahim Allah Tala what is what is from the believer from this dua, the prophets are with us LTFS Allah, if you're going to be asking anybody who's wanted to be asked who that big man, Allah subhana wa Tada ha however, am I allowed to ask people for things that they can serve me with? Or they can provide for me? Are you allowed to ask people for example for help cutting something if they can? Oh, she only asked her to help me credit that table by myself. No, definitely you're going to be asking the people to help you with what they can. But this hadith here and this statement talks

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about asking ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala for all affairs, before even you go to people.

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Like even when it comes to carrying a table, you make dua to Allah facilitate for me, somebody who can help me with it, and it's, anyone can do that as a man.

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So you always go back to Allah first before anybody else now.

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As for asking, Allah commanded us to ask him when he says What's alarming?

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But ask Allah for his bounty. There is an eternity from Edna Massoud as a mouthful Hadith and what's more for Hadith Gemma means again,

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attributed to the Prophet SAW sent directly now.

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Ask Allah or his

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naughty, because Allah loves to be asked, What's the essence of this is Mr. Hadith, Allah says was at Allah min fugly? asked Allah of His Bounty. What is the word? What is the word is Ellu? In Arabic? What is that? What kind of word is that?

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It's a fairly it's fairly a verb, right? What kind of verb is that? Imperative verb armor, which means what Allah has commanded you.

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Allah has commanded you to ask him, like Who on earth comes to says, Ask him for things. If he didn't ask me, I will do I will give it to Who on earth would ask you Freeletics whatever you need, you have asked me to give it to you who can do this to us? I mean, they can ask the content tell us for limited things. But Allah subhanaw taala didn't even put any limitation because I need you to ask you. While it says no, you asked me and I'll give you Allah doesn't need us to ask him. But he says, asked me and I will provide for him. It's a command. And if you don't ask ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. We're gonna see what the Hadith mentions you now.

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But ask, ask Allah for his bounty because Allah loves to be honest. There is also from a guru. As in most machetes, whoever does not ask ALLAH he becomes angry with him. Can you imagine as a man, when you only ask people too much what happened? They get angry with you, right?

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And if you don't ask them, they were very happy with you.

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala as the opposite. If you don't ask me, I will be angry with you. And if you do, he'll be pleased with the subhanaw taala because you admit you need for him. That's why it is actually preferable to Allah azza wa jal, and Allah loves that now, In another Hadith, that any of you ask his Lord for all his basic needs, even to the extent of asking him for a strap for his sandal, when it breaks, even when that when they lose their shoes or a break, they say you ought to be helped me find something different, something better, even for that to Hannah.

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There are many, several Hadith concerning the prohibition of asking Cree, asking creatures.

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The Prophet SAW, took the pledge of allegiance of a whole group of his companions on the basis that they should not ask for anything, among them being a worker, as a Buddha, and

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one of them would drop his whip on the halter of his camel and would not ask anyone else to hand it to him. Can you imagine that? As a man, you're at home, and you drop something. And then you go, you call it you call your child, Abdullah? Come and pick it up? Give it to me.

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Why is just down there? Why don't you go pick it up yourself? Right? We are used to ask people to serve us with little things. But here are the purposes of teaching the sahaba. If you can do things yourself,

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then don't ask other people. Why?

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Why is that edema?

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Because now you remove the need to anybody around you. And you put it in the hands of only one and on this panel with that even for these little things. But is it haram to ask your friend, your spouse, your child, someone next to you, to hand you over this thing? It's not haram.

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But if you can do it yourself, it keeps you dignified.

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The more you ask from people, the less and less of this day that they take away from that dignity.

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But the more resource efficient and not in need of the people, the more dignified you become. Now, let's move on to the next point.

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And that will be on page

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326 Where it says As for seeking help.

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And as for seeking help by means of Allah azza wa jal and not from anyone else of his creatures. That is because the slave is incapable of independently drawing to himself those things which are useful to him or repelling those which harm him and not can help him with those things which are useful to him in his deen and in his worldly affairs with Allah azza wa jal and once again, I want to make sure that we understand this principle over here you seek help and assistance only from Allah subhanho wa taala. But if seeking assistance from people and matters that they can afford, they can do for you. That's okay. But before even you head to people for that kind of help, where

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would you go first? To Allah subhana wa Tada. So your heart is attached to Allah azza wa jal not to the need for these people is to Allah subhanho wa Taala na

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whomever Allah helps is truly helped. Whomever he forsakes is forsaken.

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This is the reality of the meaning of the same. There is no power and no strength but

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Hey,

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what's that an arbitrary man?

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How Allah wala Quwata illa villa.

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That's the meaning of us saying La hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah which means you're admitting over here, that you have absolutely no power and no strength except by Allah subhanho wa taala. Now

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there is no power and no strength but by Allah because its meaning is that there is no means for the slave to transform from one state to another or one condition to another. And there is no strength to do that except to Allah.

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This is a tremendous Sea, which is one of the treasures of the garden. Because the purpose as I mentioned the Hadith can La hawla wala Quwata love Allah is a call Councilman Knutson Jana La hawla wala Quwata illa Allah can zoom in Kusal Jana which means saying La hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah is one of the treasures of Jana so what does that mean that he mentioned exactly what type of treasure he didn't he may have kept it concealed because you're gonna get treasure and Jana for saying La however Lakota level so how many treasure box Do you want to keep in Jana Jennifer's

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so how many times should you say that?

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Well, as many as you as as many as you want. I mean, if you want to have only one box of treasure box, then one is enough, right? You wouldn't have a lot of treasure boxes in Jannah. Then keep saying it then nine La hawla wala Quwata illa Allah keep in mind yourself La hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah because that makes you and will the meaning of it obviously, that you admit that there is no power and no energy or strength except by Allah subhanho wa taala.

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The slave needs to seek help by Allah in order to do what he is commanded to do, and give up what he is forbidden to do. And in order to be patient and all the things that are decreed for him in the world, at depth and after it. Such as the terrors of the innerspace and the day of rise.

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No one is able to help with respect to that except Allah.

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May Allah subhanaw taala be there for us when we do the output that Ramadan

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whoever is worthy of help in all of that he will help there is in this Hadith from the Prophet so all of a sudden,

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exert yourself will benefit you. Seek help from Allah and do not hold back. So we are required to always look for that was beneficial to you. And then always seek that help from Allah subhanho wa Taala never shy away from seeking help and assistance from Allah as Elijah May Allah subhanho wa Taala give us help and assistance Yoruba Alameen. Let's move on to the next point in sha Allah Allah on the next page what it says he's saying the pen is dry with whatever is to be

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he's saying the pen is dry with whatever it is to be. And in another narration depends have been lifted and the pages are dry, is an allusion to the preceding writing of all of the decrees and the fact that that was finished a long time ago, because when the writing of a book is finished, and the pens are lifted from it, and the long time passes, that definitely depends have been lifted from it.

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And the pens with whose ink it was written, have become dry. And the page in which was written with the ink has become dry. This is one of the best and the most eloquent allusions what it says Rahim Allah Tala, he speaks about this and the Arabic language is basically it's considered more of

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Albula kinaba. The Arabic allusion means Can I and the Arabic language like Allah, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he is using this metaphoric expression, in order for him to explain to us one of the principles of our faith, and that is to believe that everything that we see is written. Everything that we see has already been preordained by ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. The word for this in Arabic is Actually is MK two,

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MK two, which means it's written so always to the written refer to this meaning actually, we refer to this meaning that everything has been written, which means everything being preordained, we're going to explain what does that mean exactly the moment is shallow to Allah. But I just want you to understand that what he says over here is that, look, you need to understand that everything has already been written by Allah subhanho wa taala. How is that important for a believer to survive the atrocity of this life? It's coming next now.

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The book and many authentic Sooners show meanings which are similar. Allah exalted as he says, Now solvency but in fill out, what are the physical fakie tell them in public and Nebra in the court of law, he is here

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Nothing occurs either in the earth or in yourselves without its being in a book before we make it happen. That is something easy for Allah.

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There is in a Sufi Muslim, there is in Sahih Muslim from Abdullah in the prophets have said, Allah wrote creatures destinies 50,000 years before He created the heavens and the earth. There is also in its from Java, on the other one, that a man as the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, for what purpose is action today?

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Is it with respect to that which

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is it with respect to that which which the pens have already dried, and the decrees for which have already occurred? Or is it with respect to that which is yet to come? He answered, No, rather it is with respect to that which depends have already dried, and the decrees for which have already occurred. He asked, then for what purpose is action, he replied, act, for everyone is eased to them for which is created. So this is not the hadith is actually explains one of the most important principles of believing avocado, avocado, Allah Subhana Allah preordained judgment, because the hadith is actually is a question on each and everyone's mind today. Even in Western philosophy, the

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answer to this question Where is at the center? They're always asking this question, if there is God and everything has been written, so what kind of life is that? Is it determinism, meaning, you know, everything will be written, so we just go and automatically on autopilot to fulfill what has already been ordained by the Lord. So therefore, how can I be held accountable for what I'm doing?

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If you're doing this for me, what am I gonna be held accountable for this? That's the misunderstanding of avocado, avocado. And for us to understand I want to explain what I mean even paying Rahim Allah, I'll explain in regard to understanding of God's Word. So first of all, two things. In terms of Kedah, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah And Allah's Will, for things to exist in this creation, there are two levels, we could call them two circles, there is a big circle called the circle of the allowed

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Allah subhanaw taala, as well, what he or deftly are then was called the circle of the allowed, which means everything you see in this world, when it happens, Allah allows it to happen.

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That includes the good and the bad, and the ugly. Nothing happens here without his will for it to exist. But does it mean he likes it? Or he loves it unnecessarily? Does it mean it's all good? Not necessarily, because that's the mean of the test. Now, out of all these things that he's subhanaw taala, allowed to happen. He chose a smaller circle, and put everything good, and he puts it there. So who chooses what's right and what's wrong? And what's good and what's evil. For the Muslim, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. Here's the philosophy of the Western philosophy. They're always arguing what makes good, good and what makes bad or evil evil? Who decides what's what so for them as a human mind,

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obviously a human intellect decides and what evil what's good for the Muslim? Whatever Allah decrees to be good, it's good. So okay, so how do we know that circle, that small circle is called the circle of the command.

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So we have the circle of the allowed, and the circle of the command, because ALLAH SubhanA, Allah, Allah, He allowed everything to happen. He allowed everything to happen. subhanaw taala. And then it was a smaller circle. And he said, what that's now a circle of the command. And that's what Allah meant to be good. And then of that, what to do. subhanaw taala he brought him send us prophets, messengers, he Subhana wa Taala sent us

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and he also gave us intellect, he gave us a free well, all these things to fulfill that command of Allah subhana Mata.

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We need to follow those commandment of Allah azza wa jal. So that's why actually, we need to understand Allah from these perspectives, whatever you see out there, written by Allah subhana wa, tada means what he allows it, but then he commands you to do something different than Mattiello. So he commands you to do that. So if you don't do the command, you're not going to you'll never escape the allowed. Because whatever you do, is still He allows it, not that he loves it, but he tests you with it. subhanho wa taala. So that's the first understanding of our product. The second thing,

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how do I understand what do I need to do if Allah has already written things already, and he knows who's going to be in general is going to be in Jannah. The question that we need to ask ourselves is, do you know what is your next action is going to be?

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Do? We don't right? Do you believe in the free world that He has given you to choose to be in the smaller circle?

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If you don't believe in that there's a problem. But obviously, our life tells us that we do have a free will, because I don't feel anyone holding my neck or my head to force me to do something, I have my own free will to do things. And I feel guilty if I don't do it, or if I do it, so there is that element of free will to choose and then you started feeling guilty because of that. So therefore, how does how do you understand then Allah subhana wa the pre order and everything written everything? And what's my role in that? So there's another book Abraham, Allah, Allah, he explains, in order for us to understand our product, well, you have to understand four things. Number one,

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these are the elements or the could say the articles of adalah pada. Number one, that Allah subhana wa Tala has the absolute URL. Allah azza wa jal, he has the absolute URL, and Ali Al kabhi, which means his knowledge encompasses everything that happened in the past. That happens right now, that happens in the future. And even more than that, if anything would ever happen, like if anything that doesn't happen usually, if it will ever happen. Allah subhana wa Tada would know how it happens before even happens.

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Because everything is his creation.

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So Allah knows how everything forms, how everything happens. So even things that we don't even see that would happen, if they will ever happen. Allah knows before they even happen. That's Allah subhanho wa taala. So that's number one. Number two, because Allah subhanaw taala he knows everything. He ordered the pen to write down everything.

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He told the pen up to become accountable, Salah Salim said the Hadith, when Allah created the pen, he said up to write down things. Taraba that what do I write, collected? Makinwa Aquila, Matsuyama write everything that happens in the past and the future until the day of judgment until the day of judgment. So the pen is visualizing everything, including your actions, my actions, everything, including our actions.

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So what did the pen write exactly? The knowledge of Allah subhanho wa taala. Now does that knowledge affect your action?

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It does not affect your action. It only records and reports your action, because that's the knowledge of Allah subhanho wa taala. So therefore, the third one is ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada, allowing your choices and era number three will understand and further is to believe that Allah subhanaw taala allows everything to happen. Everything you see with your eyes in this creation, Allah has allowed it to happen.

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Again, not that he loves it. subhanaw taala. So whatever happens, happens by the will of Allah azza wa jal, if not the command, then at least that allowed.

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And then the fourth one, the fourth one is word, Allah, that Allah subhana wa Taala created those actions for you, because He allowed it,

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he allowed it to exist. So he created for you. So I don't, I don't make things you know, myself, ALLAH SubhanA make these things for me when he facilitates for me to speak, to eat, to walk, he has facilitated that so he creates the action for me subhanho wa taala. Because I made the decision to do it. Because Allah subhanaw taala allows me to do it. And Allah knows that I'm going to be doing this. So he recorded this. So your job then according to this hadith were the promises and told this man, because when the man he asked Allah, so Allah, so what's the purpose of the action, then?

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Why do I have to bother even doing anything? What are the purposes? I'm telling him ml?

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She's like, No, what about this? The professor says he's shifting his mind to what's important for him. Because this is unnecessary for you to think about because it doesn't really matter. What matters is that I don't know what is written for me. No one knows what is written for them. Does anyone know that they're written to be provided Jana? Nobody. Does anyone know that we're going to be in from Jana Mozilla, nobody knows. So what is my job then? I make sure all of that my action that is written for me to be from the things that will lead with agenda. So my job is to focus on the action. I know Allah knows what I'm good at what I'm what I'm not going to be doing. But I don't

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know. So it doesn't matter what Allah knows for me right? Now, what knows? I need to know I need to make sure whatever ALLAH SubhanA knows about my future is in my favor. And how do I do that? By doing the right thing and making sure I'm always doing what Allah commanded me to do? That's what matters to me to be practical, pragmatic, but keep thinking about what if, if if Allah knows I'm in Jana, Jana, why bother? Why this why that we're going to waste our energy on that. We're not gonna go anywhere with that discussion. So remember these two things. Allah subhanaw taala allowed everything to happen. That's the circuit of the allowed and then out of everything a chose a circuit

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of the command. The command is the good that Allah asked us to do it.

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Everything else stays within the bigger circle. So when someone says if Allah wills it, it will happen. Allah wants everything to happen. But you need to choose to make the will of Allah Subhana Allah for you to be in your favor, you need to make that action. And the second thing to understand right now is in order for understand al Qaeda, we have to believe in these four things. Number one that Allah has m and his knowledge is encompassing, everything has no limit. Number two, because ALLAH SubhanA Knology ordered the pen to write everything down. So now the color and the decree is being written and documented. Number three to believe that it because it's documented, it doesn't

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mean that it's actually holds me right now from choosing my, my decision. So Allah subhanaw taala allows you to make your choices allow these things to happen. And number four, is that Allah Subhana Allah subhana wa Taala he actually helped create that for you. He created that for you so you could facilitate the AMA for you. So if somebody chooses to do good, Allah opens the door for good for them. And if someone chose to choose something bad, Allah will help them with that. Not that he likes it for them. But that's your choice. And you're going to be held accountable for that. So insha Allah Tala because this subject is actually extremely extremely important. When we come back

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with Allah we need to continue on point number seven inshallah Allah azza wa jal, the next page being Elijah Bartolotta wala hota Allah Allah

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that's if you have any questions shall Altana on

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on the Padlet?

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Good good until we see inshallah the questions coming from the pilots.

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Can we repeat the four artists of color again?

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The fourth one is a creation. So the question is about the fourth article, avocado, again, just to explain them one more time. So to believe in avocado, number one, ALLAH SubhanA has everything.

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Because of his knowledge is less knowledge he recorded, recorded everything.

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And Allah subhana wa Taala he willed these things that he recorded to happen.

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And now because he wants it to happen, he will facilitate that for you by creating the actions for you. So what does that mean? If someone chooses well, who is making them do well, Allah subhanaw taala because he facilitate that for them, but who chose to do that? You did. And if someone chooses to do that, Allah will facilitate that for what create the action for them.

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Now when because Allah create the actions for them, it doesn't mean that you've been forced to do this. It only Allah is facilitating what you have chosen for yourself, because Allah allowed it to happen. And because Allah subhanaw taala has known that you will do this, so he recorded that that's it. Allah

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Subhana Allah

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said again,

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not to talk about the hazard. I see what you're saying. So the statement of Savannah thorough him all along to answer that because the facility committed that he wasn't able to perform the hedging for five months was that by choice, meaning he was feeling so guilty, he was unable to focus on 200. So he missed it, or was it by by the circumstances he was unable to wake up because now the remanent residues of that sin still goes on with him. Like him, I'm a Chevy or him. I love that. I said Chicago to it. Okay. And so I have the first article, Massey, Shaffir chaverim, a lottery complaint. This teacher says, like, my memory is failing me. I'm forgetting stuff. Because we need to quit the

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community since because knowledge is known from Allah. It's alleged from Allah azza wa jal, and then all of Allah subhanaw taala will never be given to a sinner. So it could happen. But the question is, are these really five months or not? And if so, is it five months means solid five months or maybe during those five months, he was unable to maintain the Hajj like he did before? Allahu Taala we don't know exactly but that says what that says now.

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Okay, some people they post in question completely irrelevant by the way ma so please make it relevant to the subject inshallah.

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Is it better to wake up before Fajr and make the HUD job and stay till fajr are waking up middle of the night and going back to sleep waking up before Fajr is somewhat easier? Well, I don't know what you're scheduled for the day. So people have different

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Actually,

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tradition different scheduled. If you if you don't want to, obviously the it's harder, it's harder to wake up in the middle of the night to tahajud and then go back to sleep that's harder, which is what was the practice of dealt with and etcetera, which is why it's extremely, extremely hard, obviously. So therefore, it is actually it's better for you, if you can wake up during the night with 100 and then go after that to sleep before Fajr that's better for you. No doubt about it, right.

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However, if I'm unable to do that regularly, then it's better for you actually, it's better for you to stay asleep and then wake up the last portion of the night, do your tahajjud and stay with Fajr insha Allah Tala Anwar, now

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if people ask others for help, such as taking care of their children, or help moving boxes, or for the money, is there a sin to help him, not helping them when a person is able to help? No, it's not a sin. It's not a sin. But again, the more you find ways to be self sufficient, completely free from the need to people, it's better for you. However, if I have to, and I need to help I need help from some other people, then for sure. It's better to have a transactional relationship with the people meaning what if you pay people to do service for you? Rather than say, Hey, could you please help me with these boxes, for example? Because now when you pay for it, there is no favor upon you or upon

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embassy for that. But when you ask for that favor, that's when it becomes a little bit different now. But it's not haram to ask.

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In terms of the Hadith when the prophets as I mentioned, Tara it Allah and for Raha Arif Kapha shinda get to know Allah subhanho wa Taala in terms of ease, so he's recognized you in terms of difficulty. The question is, I feel guilty to ask Allah in terms of difficulty because I didn't ask of him in terms of ease as much as I should have. Please advise. I think you heard that already. When we said it as LTFS or Allah, if you're going to be asked ask Allah azza wa jal if you don't ask Allah, Allah will be angry with you.

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Allah will be angry with you. So what do you need to do then? You need to ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, you need to ask Allah azza wa jal because Allah will be angry if you don't ask him. So yeah, if I missed it during my time of ease, don't miss it during the time of difficulty. And hopefully surely there will be a lesson for you to continue asking Allah regardless of the circumstances

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when cutter is changing into someone's dua, does that mean that the pen rewrites or how do we explain it? No, the pen doesn't rewrite the code. But Allah subhana wa Tala has vast knowledge he knew that you will be making dua so he changed the product before it was delivered on you. So that cutter was already changed and the new cutter was written before He will make that now

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so explain that da okay the three questions about the DA Mashallah.

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Question about expanding Coloma Salama hola Tala everybody will be will may Allah will men facilitate what they'd be great for? I guess we explained that in the explanation of the meaning of how Allah facilitate he creates the action after we make the choice he facilitate by creating the action for you after you make that choice

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with us one wonder square wonderful questions mashallah some are saying Who do I listen to my mom or my wife?

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Your cat maybe I don't know

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okay

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so by the way for you guys, if you have already pre ordered the new book, Sultana for the next Minella few sessions, make sure to go back with rather than shoulder in the back and make sure that they pick up your copies Inshallah, and if you haven't, then you can talk to Michelle to order the book before inshallah start in the next in two weeks.

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Because so many people they ask about the DA again

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what is the recommendation for us regarding intimate time with hours?

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What is the recommendation for us regarding intimate time with our spouse in relation to the Kremlin? The nighttime is usually the only time to be alone with your spouse, obviously, what again? Your night requires What is your man? Because when you're studying, sleeping, seeking knowledge, don't ever

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The NBN tumbled espouse organize your notes accordingly.

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Make sure that you have it actually hamdullah because everyone has had on you your body has hacked on you so you need to sleep your spouse has had on you you need to

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deal with them on this matter the same so everybody has a hack on you and you're gonna have to perform that give each the hub that is due to them Mala

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how to pray the Hajj and inshallah we're gonna be probably explained that next week inshallah. So

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am I sinful if I used to pray 200 And now I don't know you're not sinful, but definitely you actually you're missing out right now.

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And the Prophet says I'm part of his tradition whenever he starts riba he never stops. He continues with

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Is it good to keep a habit of tahajjud even to raka before Fajr daily or change the timing during the night? Well, if you remember we said that what's the best way better to perform a gym or the most consistent even if it was little? So choose the best for you and for your time and do the shallow turn

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on a little toddler the night that occur the other night, basically, the pen writes the details of the quarter, right? Well, no, it doesn't. But what happens that on that night, the corridor for that year will come down for the main tablet.

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So all the tablet has all the federal Allah subhanaw taala for the creation and Leila Takada for that year, what was been decreed for that year will come down to the heavenly to the earthly heaven. And then the angels throughout the year, we'll be disposing those quarter of Allah subhanaw taala according Allah Allah

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someone's saying, is this another way of understanding Qatar? Is that correct? Like saying the statement, we should try to do good deeds. And as we do, as we do not know, future, but once something has happened, we should not be upset about it since it was written in our code. Yeah, I mean, look, we're going to come to this weekend. He's going to explain to him a lot later in the book with an associate. But the idea is that look, if something bad happens, what should what's supposed to put you at ease in that regard? is knowing that this cutter has already been pre ordained by Allah and Allah, Allah did

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Allah allow this to happen? So if you know that Allah Subhana Allah allowed this to happen, no matter how difficult this is to me, then who am I to question Allah's wisdom? And what I need to do is to be patient with it and do that which is going to expand later on the next inshallah session with Allah azza wa jal, how should be referred to how should we dealing with the subject of our product? Well?

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What is your personal hygiene routine, none of your business

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no matter Hamdulillah I try my best to follow the example of the prophets Allah sera Mala. That's the best way of doing it. I showed the line she said when Kula Lael karma Rasul Allah is Allah, He prayed the Hadith from every portion of the night. So I try my best. Sometimes I realized, you know what, it's getting late. So most likely, I'm not going to be able to wake up before Fajr so I do my salah before I go to sleep. And sometimes I intentionally go earlier because I plan to wake up sometimes later. So I make sure that I wake up actually, and sometimes Subhanallah I do like I mentioned, I go to sleep with no intention to wake up at night because I want to take some rest, but

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then Subhanallah my eyes open for whatever reason so you know what? Allah was known for it and taken advantage of this. And sometimes I want to take advantage of that because I didn't plan to do to hedge it that night. I just want to go get some sleep to get some rest for that night because I have something else I need to do throughout the day requires full energy from me. So follow the Sunnah of the Prophet says of Allah there is nothing better than the example of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salaam Ali

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is there my dad did the same thing we say that it's all called pa but usually we say that the one that you do after you wake up at night, you know, later at night there

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must be somebody from injustice and there's a Kamala for these classes. She's gonna BarakAllahu li Mei thank you for being with us here all the way from India

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is Liam and Gemma okay to do does it take away from the personal connection with Allah subhanho wa Taala I mean, do both have some time to do that?

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Have you with family with friends to encourage yourself in hamdulillah to maintain that in a healthy way, but then don't miss the opportunity to be alone with Allah azza wa jal because that's what you need needed for I need that one on one time with Allah subhanho wa Taala Why would I have to involve anybody else in it?

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