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Alameen wa sallahu wa salam Baraka Vienna Muhammad Anwar earlier was salam ala Sleeman Kathira mama bad Welcome back to our top seal class, which we discussed in the book of Imam Muhammad Kodama Rahim Allah Allah matassa minhang al Cassadine. We're still discussing the chapter of knowledge in which he explains the meaning of knowledge and what is the essence of it. Exactly. And if you guys remember from last time, Imam Ibn Kodama Rahmatullah atta rally, he mentioned different categories of knowledge that you required upon you. So the thing that is required individually for you What do we call that

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everything that you need to do individual what is what kind of knowledge is that is what is it called for the line whereas for the I mean individually she's basically individually obligatory ms on you it's an obligation each and every one of you no one can do this on your behalf who can give me an example of for the line

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what is it Salah no

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defend depends when he says Allah what I mean by Salah Gemma

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the form that's what the obligation soon as an obligation so so far those are the five that was a five daily prayers, okay. So that was concerned for the line, okay. Then the second part is the one that is considered communal obligation if a group of the community or even one individual takes care of that Hamdulillah that sin is removed from the entire Ummah, whatever you call that. Verbal Keifa which means again, it's community obligation. An example of that who can give me an example of this

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Serato janazah for example, not started as a wash under Genesis wash the Janaza what else are the Janaza even yes what else?

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Attica Yes, that's true. What else?

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medicines that in medicine for example, that's also follow Keifa as well too. So these are what we call them. Photo Keifa then Imam Ibn can't even Kodama Rahim Allah He divided the room. Our knowledge to four categories are Solon or Ferodo. Maka Dima Stromata Mehmet also which means these are consult fundamentals right? Is fundamentals things that you need to study for their own merit like what

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a Quran

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that's a fundamental science fundamental you you study the Quran for its own value. And then he says God will follow like what? From his branches such as

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folk know sunnah as Massoud. But took studying for example, how to know what is haram haram that's also referred to as well too, but knowing what's halal, what is haram and admira then he says call one market demand but demand means tools an instrument by which we need to study the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam such as

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now, grammar, Arabic grammar, for example, you need that sort of folk Surah, Al Hadith, the sounds of Hadith and so on, and then call one more time me Matt, these are just like enhancers of the all these other subjects of knowledge, like what touch with alumina, or art and these kinds of things. So these are things that we need to know the category the purpose of knowing these categories is to put your pursuit of knowledge in the right order of priorities instead of indulging in grammar for the rest of your life. By the time you're done with this, you're all already mashallah Yanni departed from this world. So you better actually put your energy in that which is most beneficial to

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you in all of that the order that priority shallow talent. Then he says when it comes to the essence of knowledge, he defined that what is the essence of knowledge you remember that?

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What kind of knowledge he's talking about?

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Alumina localu el mal Muhammara the knowledge then knowing how to deal with ALLAH SubhanA water that's what he means by that. Why don't Kulu the conditions of the heart such as what the love for the sake of Allah azza wa jal fear for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah without fear of Allah azza wa jal as well to better law being content forgiving for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala removing any ill feelings and it has an ill you know, feelings from the hearts all this one clue that is a true meaning of knowledge. Then imagine Kodama, Rahim, Allah Allah came to what in his time? Remember, we're talking about 700 800 years ago. Right? He's now talking about how unfortunately

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unfortunately, there is some sense of illusion in the subject of seeking knowledge. Like some people that are pursuing specific

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disciplines or at least they're going after specific names and specific title specific groups or studies, thinking that this is the essence of it and he is trying right now to tell us look, this is what people call it today. But in essence, it means such and such let's see what he talks about hiragana Smilla.

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We are on page 45. Inshallah, towards the bottom.

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Rahim was salatu salam ala Rasulillah.

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Tata remedy says, know that the meanings of some words have been replaced and distorted to mean things that the pious predecessors did not mean with them. For example, today's scholars have given an exclusive meaning to the word fake understanding using

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exclusively for the science of jurisprudence, and its causative factors Illallah even so, so the first one, he's going to be actually sharing with us few titles, or few disciplines over here, and what the how they mean differently today. The first one is the word felt. Today if I say * what what is the first and crosses your mind?

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Myself in such as Word Tahara, Salah, you know, wiping over your socks, these rules of Tahara and Sarajevo that, that's what we call, this is basically a religion and firewall or a law, like these are the branches of the branches of the Sharia, and how to understand it. Because the word folk in its in it literal meaning means

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understanding that's the finishing of the word folk. And Folk is to understand thing as it was intended. Like with a basic understanding of like what, for example, that doesn't require any kind of, you know, comments as other just sometimes visuals, like recognize, and this is the book for example, this is table, this is a pen. All of that is just basic understanding. So that's called fill in general. But the technical one that now people define it as, as what I refer to the camera Shura util for a year understanding the ruler of the Sharia, which means the rules of folk from the Sharia, I mean, at the letter of cilia from its evidences and proofs, and refer to that the Messiah

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that we talked about. So this is now what is considered almost like a general meaning of the word flow. He says today in his time, obviously, people when they say fit, that's what they mean. So if someone goes to understand Cirque, that's what they mean. But he says, however, it used to be different. It meant different before that, what did it mean before go for it?

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Even though the first generation understood the word to refer to the knowledge of the afterlife, the detail of the hearts illnesses, the Nullifiers of actions, the intense awareness of this world, pettiness pettiness, the deep yearning of the bliss of the afterlife,

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and making the fear of Allah dominant the dominate the heart.

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This is why Al Hasan, may Allah have mercy on him said, Whenever the said hustle, hustle, bustle, Mr. Lord Allah.

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A possessor of FIK of hockey is one who abstains from this world and desires the afterlife. He's a person who has insight regarding his religion and his constant in worshipping his Lord. He is cautious in fear of Allah refrains from violating the honor of other Muslims, abstains from their wealth and gives them sincere advice. So Imam Kodama mo Allah Tala. Right now he redefines fit for us, basically bring it back again to through meaning. Because look, when it comes to faith, it's not really about just getting to know how to make Google do and how to wipe over your socks and how many

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Raqqa sooner you pray before door after door, this is all easy is it. But the true meaning of folk the true mean in the field is the field of the Ophira understanding your condition, this dunya relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala knowing about the meaning of this life versus the hereafter, all of this in order for you to establish what spiritual a spiritual connection with the Lord subhanaw taala that's what he says God, this is when you start realizing the value the true value of this dunya you compare it to the Koran and start desiring the Accra over this dunya and in your heart is always is always worried about the connection and relationship with Allah subhanho wa

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Taala and that's why mama hustle bustle when he described the word for tea, someone who really have the true understanding of the matter of this life is the one who's connected to the Afra he is not so much into this dunya someone who's always worried about his understanding of his Deen someone has always considered worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala why because they truly understand the to rehab the field and the understanding of this dunya and in the Alpha mela Mecca, some of them are Bananaman then continue

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they will use the word fake for the knowledge that pertains to that to the afterlife more as it did not refer exclusively to passing legal verdicts which were which was only one of the things that covered

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but this specification of the meaning has deceived some people to focus solely on legal verdicts that pertain to the outward practices of Islam and neglect the knowledge of working for the afterlife. So he says Rahim Allah that the reason unfortunately the the result, the result of exclusively define the word folk in his time and today as well, too, with only just a matter the photo of Sharia is that people stopped taking stop trying to understand that normal after normal as well to consider this to be a completely different branch that is unique to its own merit, although that's the true meaning of being perfectly in your life.

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Hi this is Mohammed Abdullah turn what Allah and watch the Prophet saw Sam says Calma Yura de la Hui Hi Ron Ufa. If it did, if Allah subhana wa Taala if Allah azza wa jal was good to somebody, he gives him the fact in a deed. What does that mean here? So what does he mean by that when he says, If I hope it didn't give him the understanding of this deal, what does that mean to you? And Malacca? illumine Kulu. Not just trying, not just knowing again, when to start fasting and end your fast one that he started. That's all part of our deen there is no doubt about it. And it's imperative upon us to understand the details as well too. However, now whatever he means by that animal Kaluga and

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Mala.

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Mala Torah says that basically the truth is your understanding of your position with ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala in this dunya and in the Ultra, the prophets Allah Sam also he held his cousin of an ibis one time and he actually helped him is called Allah Hama Fatah. COVID. Dean, we're limited will your Allah give him the understanding of the deen and teach him at will? So understanding of the demons what the same thing element Muhammad Allah make him understand? What does it mean to be religious? What does it mean to be spiritual? What does it mean to be truly worshipper of Allah subhanho wa Taala what's the purpose of his life in this dunya give him this understanding. Because if you get

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that understanding Subhanallah your life is going to be always in accordance to what is most present to ALLAH SubhanA Medina, God will why limita will teach him at will which means here the understanding of the Quran and that's why Allah subhana wa underst accepted the drought of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and when I best became known as what have Rolo, Moto G Man or Quran, the great scholar of Islam, Hebrew Ummah, the great scholar of Islam, Waturi Juma Al Quran and the true interpreter of the Quran. There is no book of Tafseer today, you can't open a page a random page of tafsir when you cannot see the name of an ambassador murder Radi Allahu Anhu wala na. So

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that's the first title the second one.

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The second word is ill knowledge before this word refers to knowledge about Allah and assigns, meaning his blessings and action, actions that pertained to His servants. But they gave it an almost exclusive meaning and said that a person of knowledge is he who debates about matters of jurisprudence, even even if he is ignorant of Quranic exegesis, and Hadith Subhanallah other day I was with my son talking about some of the terminology that we use today. So it was asked about what's the difference between shave and Ireland and Imam and Mufti and Mulan, I was like man, this is all human inventions man.

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I said people invented all these titles. When it comes to knowledge with there is no really like there is no stick with a measure how much knowledge this person has. You can't measure someone by saying okay, this is Sheriff this move to this island with us and so on. So, we created certain degrees, number of years that you study a specific degree a specific program, once you finish that you become Ireland, that's it. You become wealthy. As if mashallah with that title. You become truly a Mufti of the old man and move to the unknown. But that doesn't really make any difference. Doesn't matter what title that you carry, and you hold you know, in these days, I remember one of our she

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was told us about a chef or a demand machine at Rahmatullahi to Allah Allah. Now, machine play to the author of oil barons have said when, before the establish of the University of Medina, they used to study of course, racial knowledge, but when they establish Medina University becomes more like academic style and academic style you study certain subjects, not like they used to do before like we said, the full books, data does have to do with a curriculum and you know, class material and all that stuff. And then he graduated with a degree. At the very beginning of the graduation in Medina university, they used to give the students who graduate a certificate that says, For Lila to shave,

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the graduates there will be called for little to share like mashallah, and the shape and the email, whatever, right, some of these big titles, obviously, I mean, we graduated from Medina, and we know exactly what what kind of graduation you get, and who graduates with anyone who's not really not everybody who lives deserve that title. If you give that title, it's on merit as well when it comes to knowledge. So therefore, they chase it and they start saying, a pilot student, and hamdulillah that's more truthful right now. So come back to the chef Shanti Rahim Allah Allah, someone asked the chef Sol, and he will about the meaning of shahada to Zeus, shahada shattered zoo, which means the

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false testimony. But in the Arabic language, the word shahada is also used as for certificate. So that's the chef ask the student he says what year are you in? Because I'm 30 year chef. And the graduation year was would be actually the fourth three, that's when you get your shahada which means your certificate, she hasn't said you will take it next year and shallow down. Like the fall she had asked for such at the zoo to get it next year. Because truly when people graduate with these titles, they think that they possess all that now

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Along with Stan and think of themselves acted as qualified for that. So here Imam Imam Kodama Rahim Allah says

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the word there and is important. And Allah subhanho wa Taala when he reviewed the Quran the first word he said the Quran is Pano that is Accra, this mirror, the color the color Caracal and sentiment Allah what is after that? The Quran Booker okra melody, I lemma will column and then he said what I'll ml in Sanam Allah Ya Allah, the word l was mentioned three times in the first five verses that was revealed in the Quran.

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The order L, three times in the five areas that were first revealed to us what does that mean in your mouth? It's important to significant even when it comes to knowing Allah Subhana Allah that He said what farlam and now Allah ilaha illallah have the knowledge there is no God but Allah subhanaw taala so realm is important. But once again, he says that, in essence then the meaning of being alum, having the LM and having that knowledge, it's the one that truly gives you the true understanding of who Allah subhanaw taala is understanding his signs that His Ayat and his miracles, acknowledging having the element acknowledging his name, his blessing his bestows upon your subhanho

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wa Taala and technology whatever you see around you, that you have the knowledge that all comes from Al alim, the almost the old knowledgeable subhanaw taala having that profound deep knowledge be beyond what you see that you know this coming from Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, That is the true knowledge. He does but nowadays, they only call someone Ireland or knowledge if someone has a wealth of of memorization of of muscle and felt that they know a lot of controversial issues of work. And when they talk mashallah they're very sophisticated. And that's when you hear someone speak about some specific masala folk, or other other things and they use words that are very buzzwords to big

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words to the average person sometimes everybody feels mashallah Wilde said they're impressed he or she must be the annum so he says be careful Don't be fooled by that reading one book or two and Philip does not assume equal annum what makes you Adam is that studying this book? How does that reflect on your of love your man and your spirituality?

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How does that affect on you when you're going to make physical model does that connect to your heart or just you know connect to your your body and the mind just to finish your Salah and move on.

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When you when you go and start the good doing anything specific about that one, even study and study whether you study the bluer transactions for example, or do the penal system for example, all these rules? What does that do to you? Does it increase you in spirituality and conviction about Allah subhanho wa Taala is Allah Salim and Kabir al Hakim, or not. And if it doesn't increase you in terms of your connection to Allah subhanho wa taala, then you're missing the whole point of studying these are no, no to God.

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The third word is, though hate monotheism. This word used to refer to view that everything that happens is from Allah, in a manner that makes one to forget about means and intermediate root is

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the fruit of this understanding is your reliance local, on the divine and contentment with a which is with his decree. But now it refers to the philosophical theology which is disapproved by the pious predecessors. So how Allah this is one of the most controversial words and by the way, specifically during his time because the word to hate, which means in literal translation, the Oneness of Allah subhana wa, alto hate is to,

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to make Allah subhanaw taala one and only, that's the literal translation of it. But he will use always as monotheism, in that sense of you know, there's also making God one and only one to be worshipped. 100 What Allah because this is the essence of towhee that you only think of Allah azza wa jal, you only see Allah subhana wa Taala in all the matters of your life, so that whatever happens to you, it comes from Allah subhanaw taala. Why? Because Allah Azza will test you but you know that Allah is Rahim, Allah Subhan Allah is Most Merciful, his compassionate. So even when you go through tests, you still think of who of Allah via the Most Merciful. So therefore, this test I'm

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going through with his comment, which is coming from the Rahman Rahim, the Most Merciful, the Compassionate, they must be for a reason. So I don't worry about the test. Rather I just ask ALLAH SubhanA wa to help me to go through it and make my first my affairs better for me. So he says, when you do that, when you have that understanding of Allah Subhana Allah that everything comes from Allah azza wa jal. Certainly, right now you can become completely heedless of the ASVAB the means of this dunya you realize that your work is not the one that gives you rest. It only gives you salary, but who's giving you risk? Allah subhanaw taala

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I have a lot of brothers, every time they hear about the economy going down, they freak out.

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And they come they start, you know, anxious, they have an anxiety, they cannot sleep Subhan they want to ask, what do we do here? But is there any specific driver to keep you in your job? It's as easy as your ma is easy. That job doesn't give you a cola, it just gives you a salary.

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The one who gives the risk is Allah subhanho wa taala. So when you start realizing that suddenly your heart is no longer attached to the salary not attached to that to the employer isn't attached to the job to the skill that you have, it assigns to the one who gave you all these things with Hannah with that. And I know if Allah took this job from me, took this word from me. I know, I know that he's going to give me something else. It doesn't matter if it's actually bigger or smaller. I know it's going to be better.

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I know for sure it's going to be better, if not in this dunya is going to be in the Accra because Allah subhanaw promised that his most merciful his Rahmani Raheem Subhana wa taala. That is the kind of knowledge of toe hate that he's referring to over here. Not the kind of hate that now people talk about in terms of details or specific academic subjects, particularly particularly the philosophical theology as they call it.

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l McCallum scholastic theology. Now when we when people talk about the his Pacific during his time, the Waterhead was a buzzword used particularly by the Mozilla and Mozilla, the philosophical sect of that time, whenever they talk about the Hey, they talk about specific definition of who God is Hannah Montana, and he differently he is not accepting that are hanging out out of the yard. Now.

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The fourth word is reminding the kid and remember the girl was said, for the kid for in the camera than farewell meaning now and remind For indeed, the reminder benefits to believers. So the data yet is 55.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, if you pass by the gardens of Paradise,

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Grace they're in. They asked, and what are the gardens of Paradise? So he said, that gatherings of zikr they had turned this word to meaning storytelling and the roaming sermons and pompous display of devoting devotion that the guardians or storytellers are about today. So Rahim Allah data He's referring right now to the fourth terminology here addicted with kill. Nowadays, if you say the word old Corolla, what comes to your mind? What do you say? Subhan Allah Alhamdulillah got right of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. But there was a time and still exist until this day, whenever people say hello codekit What do they mean by that? The circle of victory? What does it mean by that? People get in

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together, chanting specific, you know, poetry specific. Not and they start actually rocking their bodies and shaking even sometimes goes worse than that. They become they start jumping and dancing and do horrible things. And they call this liquor

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sometimes it's also accompanied with music, and some instruments as well too. And they call this liquor is absolutely nothing has nothing to do with this was invented by some of these mystical groups pacifically sometimes you know, hello, and Sufism sometimes that leads to people practice this in the name of remembering ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada through the demands of the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam. But all of that is far away from the liquor of ALLAH SubhanA wa Atana. The dhikr of Allah has found that he says over here called Allah made it very clear that when a declared temple Momineen you remember Allah and they might other people and other prophets, Assam says it will never

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go by the gardens of Paradise. Make sure to graze there in like sit down and enjoy the good meal, the good spiritual meal with them. This is what is the Rasul Allah God hella conducted the circles of vicar when people sit down to say, to study the deen of Allah subhanaw taala. Would we come? Can we call this the gathering right now with a gathering of liquor? Absolutely, absolutely. Because we're focusing on remembering Allah subhanaw taala President his name and the Prophet Saracen as well, too. Now, then he says God, but then they move the name of muscle Majelis dhikr the circles of liquor into it, Bill of khusus story storytelling, what he means by that sometimes you go to some of

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these gatherings and all what they talk about is bringing in fabricated stories about the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, about the Sahaba or the Lattimore Dom in order to provoke the people emotionally to cry and feel if you're the kind of like excessive STC and love that is beyond the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to go into the loo. That's what he means by the word, man, a shorter Hayward Parmarth like exaggeration, sometimes it goes all the way beyond that even in order for people subpanel just to kind of like enjoy listen to these kind of stories. And he gives he gives some examples of a call.

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What if a person wants to relate the stories of the early people in his admonishments? He should know that most of these are the stories that are out there.

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are not true. So he refers to what we see sometimes today when you come to a specific gatherings and people would like to do or do called wives or wives and the Arabic language means like an emotional reminder. So they bring stories together to provoke emotions. And most of these stories are fabrications. So he gives example of it.

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Like the story that Prophet Yusuf Alayhi salaam, loosen his waistband, and say Yaqoob and Islam biting his hand and the story of the elderly salaam told Huria to prepare for war till he was slain stories like this or but harmful so was referring to three stores he mentioned actually a couple a few stores over here. I don't know if you guys have ever read this or heard about them. So the first one he says, such as when use of holiday cutter, what does that mean? And Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran sort of store of use of uses Karbala. Callaghan might be well on my behalf, like the translation is varies among the Allama depends on how they understand the words, but the most common

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one is that Hamid we will have maybe like she really she kind of like try to seduce him and tempt and tempt him and he was a human being after all, he almost basically kind of like inclined, but then the story goes on that he is he ran away. Because Allah says Lola and Robert Hana Robbie, except that he saw the Quran the proof from Allah Azza from his lords panna Ouattara. What proof Did he see so many of these stories they say he saw his father biting on his on his fingers. It's like like, what a shame like oh my god, what a shame. He saw his father doing that as a reminder for any runaway. Now that story is not actually authentic in the in the in the among the dilemma of hadith

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is not from Allah suitable Gemma. But people they love to make these stories. They bring them in, it's like, look how use if you know, Carl inclined and this decision is not even part of our authentic tradition. The other example it says the story of the Buddha Allah salaam Jaha. Uriah. I don't know how many of you have heard the story of Uriah. It's actually mentioned the Bible as one two, in which they claim that King David or the hood Ali salaam, that time he one day he was browsing some of his states. And then eventually he saw a lady who was taking a bath or whatever. And he fell in love with her. He asked who that lady is they thought that as the wife of one of your

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commanders, his name was area, they call that commander and eventually he want him to

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to follow specific posts. Eventually the man refuses. So he sent him actually to the battlefield. And he gave the instruction to his superiors make sure isn't in front and the front lines. So he gets killed, so you can take his wife after him.

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What a message am I? What a drama Renea now let me the 21st century and it's Pinilla. But as Muslims, we don't believe in that. Because the Quran made it very clear that Gambia when Allah has selected the Gambia has selected them from Montezuma men, unfulfilled men and forsaken, Allah says, No doctor, I will choose from the best among the best of you, this MBR would not actually behave in that fashion. So therefore these are just fabrications but people they love these stories. People love these kind of anecdotes, because it's kind of like it's storytelling. It's has some drama in it. So they kind of like love to follow these kind of examples. Tim Gunn.

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by the hour, he said something important to that towards end call stories like this are but harmful. They are very, very harmful. What do we mean by that harmful it because he said it's going to hurt that alarm? Let's see what it says about hurting that alarm. Go for it. The sermons and roamings the sermons of Roman sermons, and pompously of devotion are extremely harmful to the layman as they talk about love being together and the pain of separation. While most of the tenants are simple folks whose hearts are filled with desire and love for imagining such things. Therefore, these stories only arouse what their souls hold within bursting of the fire of their desires and making them shout

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out loud. All of this is but corruption.

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Sometimes the Roman sermons contain both claims pertaining to love of Allah Most High and this is severely harmful. Even a group of farmers start their profession completely and begin making such claims. What he means by that two things, actually the number one, some of these stories are so harmful. Why because when you talk about you know, some people out of love, excessive love for Allah Subhana Allah says of love for the prophets, Allah some of the sacrifice they make. He says some of these alarms is lame, and when they sit in their, their hearts have no connection to that type of love. Their own, it's only connected to it to the human love. So they have all the only thing they

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can imagine relating that what you're telling them is to something that is not even valid.

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So we'll talk about love and separation the pain of this and that they think about stories of love between them and somebody else he was so would have an adverse effect on these individuals because you're not telling the truth about the meaning of the love for Allah subhanho wa Taala also, some people they make the

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Our alila which means basis, big claims, so they call themselves Allah, that Allah subhana has given them specific Kurama which means specific privilege and specific miracles that makes them superior to others spiritually so that people layman they will drop their their work they drop their Fila and they spend their life just roaming around preaching the love of Allah subhanho wa Taala think that this is going to be enough so they go into poverty begging people for the sake of just continuing their claim of loving Allah and sacrificing everything for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala I'm going to give you an example some of these examples actually to show you how harmful they are. If

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Emily and Josie Rahimullah or there's a book that is attributed to him I'm gonna Josie not sure about that. And this is over to him Rahim Allah Tala called by her Duma, the ocean of tears, the ocean of tears. If you read the book, you truly are going to be crying from the beginning to the end, you're going to be wiping your teeth for the whole you know, period of you reading that book. But if you're a student of knowledge, and you can scrutinize right from wrong and authentic format, you're going to just kind of keep it in and just like what on earth? What is he talking about? What is this stuff stuff, nothing is authentic in there. It's all fabrications, but fancy stories. Like

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one time one time, one of those stories that like one of those zoo had the one who had the love for Allah subhana wa Tada they abandoned everything. And they went roaming in the earth to stew to preach the love of Allah subhanho wa Taala he was in the desert as he was leaving, people told him okay, yeah, Molana Yeah, Sharia Imam, why don't you take food and water with you? Because you're gonna go through the desert? He says No, Allah says Imani Westin. Allah will provide for me he will give me food and drink as if he was married Mrs. Ceramidin eventually this man he goes through the desert and as you are going through the desert, of course he has no food, no drink, he fell into a

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hole somewhere in the desert.

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And then as he was there, some people they were passing by they called upon him to get him out. He goes Oh, Allah will take care of me.

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They sent him a rope down there and the story you read it they just it's so ridiculously really any kind of fabricated, but it sounds like a beautiful

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anecdote for people to preach and provoke emotions really. Eventually guess how it came out from the from the from that home?

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No, actually it was an animal from from the desert came and got him out. He says Allah said that animal to get me out of that hole. And then people listened to this or this Allahu Akbar Masha Allah subhanaw taala cool. You have to Quran Allah Allah was an animal so for to save you save your life and another.

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That's one example. Another example which is a story that I was personally actually witness in the masjid. And one of the brothers who mashallah have those kind of, you know, kind of philosophies in life. He was preaching to the people in the masjid. And that's the story he said. So there was a man who was a sinner. He was a sinner. He could read so many sins, so much so that he just was desperate or the Mercy of Allah subhanho wa taala. Finally, one day, he kind of woke up and he did Toba. And then he went meadow, he started making salah, then the first rock or the second rock or whichever actually, he went under the first stage. The first stage that he's making so much dua to Allah

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subhana wa taala, to forgive him and save him from from this life that he's going through. Suddenly he fell, he fell asleep. He fell asleep. Then his sleep in his schedule, he saw Jana and he saw his place in Jannah. And he was enjoying what he was watching when he was actually in the system. Then he got up from that first stage though, and then he went back again to the second session he made to Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah take me this moment to that place. And he died in his search then

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the second sentence of how the whole message was saying Masha Allah Allah Akbar, Allah, Allah, this beautiful.

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Does it make sense that sort of makes sense to you as your man, anyone can tell me what flaws you can find in that story?

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So the least the least one

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the least of our problems is he broke his window and the first stage the right, how is he going to continue to second size? The insula? That's the least of our problem. But what is the biggest time over here? Yes, this guy says on the vice

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chair again.

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He asked her for death.

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That's not the problem. There's something that is bigger than that.

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How would we have what he had, what what dream he had? And what dua he made when he died between two sisters.

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Did he tell anybody? He couldn't. He had a dream and the first says that in the second stage there, and no one knows what happened in between somehow, miraculously, we figured out what happened in that in his life, not

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the probably Subhanallah

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that's all it's all like that become digital these days. The idea is that these kinds of stories they seem to be actually anecdotes and fun and provoking emotion.

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Since but they can be extremely dangerous, dangerous to people in terms of their Artesia, they have misunderstanding of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tala Tala Quran Allah and the meaning of love for Allah subhanho wa Taala and can have also detrimental actually behavior. When people start behaving based on these anecdotes that completely false, the practice something they think it's Islam, but it's not. It's not completely so therefore we need to make sure that when we learn when we learn, we follow the true meaning of this aroma shallow data the last the last statement he has love the farmers. The fifth word is hikma wisdom which means knowledge and acting by it not even good. Good,

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good neighbor. May Allah have mercy on him, said, the man is not wise hug him. Again, Hakeem until he combines knowledge and action upon such knowledge. Today, however, this word is used for doctors and astrologers. Now, I'm not sure about your culture, but the Arab culture and some traditional in the Lebanese culture until this day, whenever they refer to a doctor, they say Hakeem

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Jeeva Hakeem, we did the hacking, which means doctor. So for them, Hakeem is a doctor basically. But the actual meaning of Hickman over here, what a che if he moved there, to put the thing in the right place. That's what Heckman is, if you know that you need to put Linnaeus over here, you're not gonna put harshness over here. If you need to put some some pressure over here. You don't you don't release that pressure under area. So what are che if you model and put everything in the right place time of Ayurveda for a better time vampire family? That's right, man. That's wisdom. And if you live your life based on putting things in the right order in the right place, you will have a wonderful,

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wonderful life, wonderful life because that will be balanced. So that's what we call it hikma over here. And Allah Subhana Allah is Al Hakim, he says Rahim Allah to hear that Bill Cordova Cordova he says when it comes to being wise hackin means someone would hit me with wisdom. He says it's the one who has the knowledge and then put that into action.

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Because if you had that knowledge part of being wise is put it in the right place. Which means what? utilizing it in your life otherwise, no matter how much knowledge you have, you won't be called Hakeem. Don't count as Hakimullah spam it does work Am I audible Alameen Wallah awesome so any questions you may right now keep it inshallah Allah on the screen Bonilla. We're going to put in the shallow data after the ratio of analyzers and they have something else do you want to ask right now

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Taqwa.

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forgive. Oh so attack what is actually comes from the word we acquire. Which means is preventive with higher means having a shield that shields your heart and yourself from the fifth and and from the Mohammed.

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That that says Taqwa. Firstly, or our L is which is the overarching the knowledge that having that understanding of Taqwa is part of being 40 Allah Who Tanana very shallow data we move on to the book Shala the book of Imam the barrage of Rahim Allah Allah Jama Illumina welcome

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This is Malawi starting with Hadith number 6067 The patient shallow data hidden before Abdullah of Mossad are they allowed to run water down Bismillah I'm very the Hadith and Arabic first and the regret of translation. Alhamdulillah Allah Allah means that Allah was summoned by the kind of hero Muhammad Anwar it was it was seldom at the Sleeman Kathira to my bad man who could have been trusted Rahim Allah Allah He explains now Hadith number four from neurobion Oh the photo Hadith Minogue Hadith Abdullah he will miss Rudra the Allah Tanwar Dakka Dakka Dakka Ana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam well who was Sadiq Khan must do what doesn't Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam wha wha

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Sadako must look in Hadoken huge Maha coffee but Naomi Arbaeen a OMA not far from my Hakuna Allah cotton Mithila Dalek from my Hakuna Matata and missile Adeleke so my also my Yasser Allahu La Hill Malak for young fulfil rule while you model we are by kalimat because previously he was family. Well, actually he was Chaka Yun outside for our la de la ilaha arrow. Then hada Kamala Yamato be Amory, Jana hut Maya kubina Ha Verbena who are my Bane our Bernina Illa de la first Bukhara Hill Kitab for Yamalube Yamaha le na

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You've heard kulula We're in the Hadouken Yamalube Yamaha Honda na had my Hakuna Binah who abena Illa Dara first Bukhari Hill Kitab for Yamalube, Yamaha Halal Jannetty furred hula rah bucardo Muslim, to the transition, please.

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Bismillah who was salatu salam O Allah rasool Allah salAllahu Alaihe Salam, the author says, Allah the autumn, Allah have mercy on him Allah from Abu Abdur Rahman, Abdullah Ivan masu Rhodiola one there is that he said, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us and He is the truth of one who has confirmed the creation of any one of you is gathered in the belly of his mother for 40 days as a drop, then later a blood clot for the life of that, that later a mortal flesh for the life of that, then the angel is sent to him and breathes the spirit into him. And he is commanded with four words, with writing, His provision, his lifespan, his action, and whether he is

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fortunate or unfortunate, by Allah, the One other than whom there is no God, one of you will do the actions of the people of the garden until there is only a qubit between him and it, then the decree will overtake him, he will do the actions of the people of the fire and thus enter it one of you will do the actions of the people of the fire until there are only remains a qubit between him and then the decree will overtake him he will do the actions of the people of the garden and so enter it I'll go Hurry and all Muslim narrated Alhamdulillah belie masala Nabina Muhammad Anwar Ali was Siva salaam to Steven Katha mama bad power this hadith is one of the

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the very important that hadith to understand your your fate. It's all about the quarter the decree as it's mentioned in the translation, how ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala have designed your fate your quarter from the beginning until the end. Like this is basically kind of like summarize as many things for us And subhanAllah if if no one feels scared from the this hadith towards the end of the hate particularly, I don't know what you understand from this this one one real shock comes in. And the Hadith of the prophets or SMSA. That look you might be doing the deeds of agenda like everybody testifies, Jana for you. But there is no guarantee until the person really dies on fire.

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And some people will see them doomed. We might judge them to be doom. But we don't know because maybe at the end of their time, they will be blessed with a Tober that will erase all of that the record and then become from the people of agenda. It teaches us not to judge people because Allah is the one who's going to judge and the same time never stop doing good until the last breath. Let's see what else have you seen says to us insha Allah Tala in terms of the words I'm going to go over the words first inshallah ZOSEN because Abdullah was wrote on the Allahu Anhu or Dhaka had that Anna Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, well who was Saudi people must do. This hadith

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is famous by when when people say hi to them, I will say hello to Mr. Wood. How do you decide that almost no, because this hadith was mentioned he mentioned this statement aside the call model which means the truthful Salah Salem and a Sadhak al Masood, the truthful and the one who's been made truthful are Allah subhana wa Tada confirmed his truthfulness. That's what it means. So the Prophet says Asako Muslims, so whenever you hear the word, Hadith sadakazu, that's what they refer to. Why is it Ms. Road, introducing the Hadith with these statements, Assad almost do that he is that the truthful, the one who has been confirmed with with truth. Why? Because the principles that will be

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mentioned in this book, and this hadith were, of course, from Illumina hive is from animal life, a lot of animal life, even when the Prophet was talking about the development of the child and the fetus in the womb of the mother, relatively speaking to that time was mov. And then when he talked about the angel and the connection of the angels to the

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to the fetus also as well, is almost ripe. And when the angels come and he right, the four things that are determining your decree and your thought your father as well, that's an Mulvane your life towards the end, you don't know how it's going to end that's also part of elemental guide. So there is so many Rabee matters in this hadith that required a murderer they allow Iran to tell you from the beginning look, I heard that from the one who always tell the truth. And his statements were all was being confirmed and endorsed by ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada who made him sad. So like, look, that's coming from the one the one who's holds the truth completely. And what you're going to hear he says,

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you might have some objection to it, unless you have one full submission, full submission to the meaning of this Hello, because coming from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. One thing, if remember, we talked about when it comes to the subject of knowledge, the subject of knowledge, it's extremely

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extremely important for people to submit themselves to the will of Allah and Susan, the more you submit yourself to the will of Allah the easier it gets on you. How can we do this somehow, we need to understand that why is only easy to accept EF f we of course accept the credibility of the source, which is why we love the Prophet sallallahu sallam, which is why we will defend the Prophet sallallahu sallam, which is why we started his life study his

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his lifestyle and his sunnah so that we even get to know Him more and know the true meaning of him being silent Muslim, so wherever it comes from the Prophet Salah Salem is true. Okay, now how do we know that this came from the Prophet sallallahu sallam? That's when Allah ma such as Imam Bukhari and Muslim at Tirmidhi and Messiah Buddhahood will do the job for us. They traced all these a hadith through their lifetime record and their books, study every chain and they told us which one is authentic which one is not, which is why the OMA of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam agreed that nothing more authentic after the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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other than the book of memakai Rahmatullah today, and if you combine with my Muslim, these two books, this basically if they agree on 100, is the highest degree of authenticity in terms of the heart of the prophets, Allah Salam, and here we see that this hadith was reported by a Bukhari and Muslim. So he says, in a Haida community Maha alcovy, but no meaning or by unelma Not far, the prophets have said that each one of you will be starting the life by growing in the wombs of your mother 40 days as a drop the drop of a sperm when it means of course the egg and start forming of course, the fetus and there he goes, first of all for 40 days. So my Hakuna Allah cotta Mitla deli

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and then become a clot of blood for another 40 days. So my Hakuna Matata metadata, then it become a flesh. The word mandala comes from the Arabic word mother lambda, which means what to chew. Which actually, ironically, if you look at

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the size of the human embryo and fetus in this in the wombs is actually the size of a morsel. Like when you buy even even as the spine starts actually forming, it really looks like you've chewed on a piece of clay for example, or though that's why this is come from the model car. This is another 40 days. So 40 days, 40 days, 40 days, how many days are these edema? 120 He says some are yours. Yours Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. May Allah gives the order for the angel to come down. What is the angel going to be carrying two things, the soul, the soul to breathe the soul into the womb so that the baby becomes alive. And we're going to talk about the meaning of that and the camera rulings for

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this. And he says also we'll write four things for them. Now in regard to saying the soul what do you understand from this in regard to the soul? Allah Allah subhana says something about the soul. What did you say in the Quran? Yes, I don't I can rule Kuru who called the Roman army rugby.

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They asked regard to the soil what is it? Tell them Yeah, Mohamed Salah is what? It's matter on it ALLAH SubhanA wa Bucha. No one knows the essence of the soil but Allah azza wa jal, but from this hadith, what they will learn about the soil right now.

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It's alive.

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It's gonna be transferred.

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It's not from him.

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There's not else it's not from earth.

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It's not an earthly matter.

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It's a heavenly matter.

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What's the essence of it? Allahu Allah. I mean, there's a hadith when the Prophet says and spoke about what the rules are. Allah subhana has already created all the offspring of of Adam, from his back as it was mentioned. So Tara, and ALLAH SubhanA wa and the Hadith in a manner that suits his Majesty wiped over the back of Adam, and all his offspring came like a verb like the ants.

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And then a shadow Mala unforseen. He asked him to testify that he is the Lord and they testified. Eventually these rules these are wha or the guidance somewhere and heaven. But when the time comes for its soul to come on the ground, ALLAH SubhanA wa ascended was sitting down to the ground, by the order of Allah azza wa jal, these angels will take these souls to the prospective body, and then they breathe it and they become alive. But what happens after 120 days? And again, the soul is not from this earth. And if it's not from this earth, what does that exactly mean to us?

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We believe as Muslims that Allah subhanho wa Taala has created us from two components, an earthly component, and a heavenly component. What is the earthly component that you've been created from?

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Your body? Right and what is it? What's the material of this dirt? And Allah described that creation multiple times on the Quran one time he said to rob, one time I said to him, one time I said, stick up and clean and Lazar. Sometimes he says clay to this speaker about the different stages of formation. So the first thing was dirt

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Add water to the dirt you cleared work in mud. And if that mud the loses some moisture becomes cleaner Lazar which means sticky. And when you expose it to the heat it becomes clay. And when it's actually hollow become sound and clay, Sol sol, sol different stages the creation man, all of this earthly. Therefore, if you need to nurture that earthly component of your life as a human being, what material are you going to need for that? Earthly material?

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Can you nurture your your body with just meditation?

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You can't can you do this with

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any help your body by just sitting in the masjid and worship day and night? You will die soon and after that few days and that kind of security just kind of start seeing things and then people to think that they have fit Masha Allah Allah opened doors of Heavens for them. No you lose in it, that's what it means. You need to nurture your body from earthly sources. So that's why we eat three times three meals right? Actually, we eat three major meals right? And then we have other meals we invited more meals, but just to eat the man life was we have lunch and breakfast and you cared what brunch right and then you have also supper after dinner. And then in between you have a lot of

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snacks Subhanallah all of this is to sustain the by all of this just to sustain the body.

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But then, the other component is what the heavenly component

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and if the soul is heavenly, how should you nurture the soul? Which What do you need to use for it? Heavenly resources, like what? Allah

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the Quran, the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, the Salah, the Dhikr of Allah azza wa jal, the connection with Allah subhanho wa taala. All the forms that take that connect you with the divine Subhana wa Tala is act of worship. That's heavenly. That's why Allah blessed us with five daily prayers. Because Allah knows that without these five daily prayers, your your soul will suffer.

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You Your soul will suffer. No matter how rich you are, no matter how fancy your cuisine is, if the soul is not nurtured properly, people will suffer how many people will know that rich and wealthy and known and have fame and name and they're going to kill themselves.

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They end their lives then happy because the soul is struggling Subhanallah so it Hamdulillah we have the five daily prayers and we have a lot of also a lot of yummy snacks. We call them Sooners, right?

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And if you need more if you need like a three hour Yanni Marshall energy shot, you're gonna do the 100

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all these Salawat are required to strengthen your soul. So remember this shallow Tara.

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We were motivated by kalimat and the angel will be ordered to write for things. Provision

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means no one dies like in any other provision.

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When your time come tell us all the money left behind what was written for you.

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What about the food in the fridge? It was written for you. But no one dies like in any other provision. One time I was left alone, mr. chef Abdulghani man actually, he mentioned a story when he was teaching in Missouri and there was not a lot I was LM and he said that when he was young, they used to travel from the center of Arabia from from nudged on the way to Iraq back then on the route to trade camels on the way there's a town called Hatfield Barton today back in the day he said it was just like

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more of like a station for people to supply water and some food on the way out in the desert. Now it's a big city there in Hatfield, but in the northeast of Saudi Arabia today. He goes back then there was just a water well, and on that water well there was a man who used to work to

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supply for the for the for the caravans. And what he does he he had a big a big opening on that water well, and then he covered the side of it with the wood wood planks. And then he brings the rope with the big bucket that goes all the way down into the water tying that rope the end of the rope to a camel. And it gives basically pulling the camel back to get the bucket up so people can supply themselves with water. And then he put bring the camel back and the bucket goes down and they just go to the water. So he's he does that regularly. Because as we were when he said as we were watching, he was young. He said I was watching I watched that he when there was a time to pull the

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rope. He climbed on the top of the of the water well, and he put his knees on the word. As he was reaching to the to the rope. The word underneath his knee broke and he fell into the water while

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all the people were there just jumped to go on and rescue him and see what happened to him and the fish. Okay, and so eventually they were able to pull him out alive. But he was scared he was he was freaking out. So they put him on the side to rest

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catch his breath and calm him down. They said, Do you need anything? You know what, don't worry about it, we'll do it. I'll take over, just get me some milk from that camel. So they got him some milk from that camel. And he drank it rested a little bit. And he says, let's continue working. He fixed that thing that broke. And he went again. The next time, he just tried to pull that rope again. The wood broke one more time under his knee, and it fell into the water. Well, again, this time they brought him out janazah

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because he died.

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Like if you look at that, it wasn't even maybe an hour between the first time he fell in the second time wasn't even an hour probably.

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But why didn't he do it the first time?

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Because there was risk written for him. He did not take away.

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He had a sip of milk that was written for him. He did not take it yet. So Allah brought him back to take that risk. And then leave did he benefit from that milk? Not much, really. But it was written for him that he had to take that sip of milk and Allah says not yet bring them out and brought him back again to life. No one dies lacking the rest or the Agile the time because when it happens, that's the decree of Allah subhanho wa Taala then he says Paul, what Amelie and we're going to talk about this later inshallah details when Allah azza wa jal means your deeds, your deeds is going to be written, you might say, Well, wait a minute, what about if all is written? What am I what am I

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doing here? We're gonna explain that in details for you Inshallah, because we, today, we don't know what we're doing tomorrow until we do it. So I just need to make sure that whatever Allah knows about me is good. So I'm gonna do the right thing. I'm going to make sure what is written for me to be something good. Also called one actually, when they die, wash or clean outside if they're going to be from the people have agenda or otherwise may Allah make us from the people or general Brahman? Then the Prophet says, Allah the law elaborado I swear by the one who has no god worthy of worship, but his 100 Madonna, in a Hadouken each one of you would, you said sometimes some of you will be

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doing the work of the people of Virginia. You see with your eyes that these people are destined to Jannah from the kind of goodwill that you see for them that they do and then they said tell us I'm Carl had them I couldn't Urbina, Urbina, Illa Dara until nothing is left between them and Jana, except for this the distance of a cubit, which is basically the this is of this, this what we call the raw and the Arabic language. This is the draw this distance, this is how much like they're close to Jana, and then what happens caamfest bufala in Kitab, what is written will come out, and then they will kind of fail it unfortunately. And they they flip and they change and eventually they do

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something from the deed of Jahannam and end up in Jannah how many people you've seen in your life they will mashallah the righteous and good and certainly at such a certain age in life, they just they go wild. So what happened to them? And he said also the opposite could be possible. Some people they'll be doing the deeds of Jahannam you look at them as you say that there's a for Johanna. You can't just the people on there alive yet.

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Because you don't know what's going to happen in their lives. Maybe in the last moment in their lives, Pamela they'd be able to embrace Islam, how many people we've seen in our lifetime that you would never imagine they will become Muslims. Subhanallah some of them Mashallah. And you can tell from their lifestyle, they had tattoos all over their faces.

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And now they're making the lavorando kava SubhanAllah.

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It's unbelievable. And the last one is the one who judges him. So therefore he says, Look until you feel that this is they're so close to Johanna. And then the father of Allah will catch up with them. They do good. And Allah will forgive. You know, when I'm a Kappa Delta, and he became Muslim and the news spread among the people of Makkah.

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Some people they refused to accept that Omar will become Muslim. What did they say? Called Omar Islam can use them Mr. Hatha, what is the mama?

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Like the donkey of his father might become Muslim before he does that. This is how impossible Bebo people thought that Omar will become Muslim, but he did not allow that word. So let's see what Imam Roger Rahim Allah is explaining to us over here and regards to the book of this hadith. So inshallah we're gonna start on page 6868 What he says, I'll walk you through your annual master Odin mutual mutual offer for kolu what he says, go ahead. And for as far as gorgeous

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as far as word so low value Salam you guys just for people to say this to follow with us. If you guys say page 68 It's somewhere in the middle what it says As for his words, go ahead. As far as words so long on Islam, the creation of any one of you is gathered in the belly of his mother for 40 days as a drop. Their explanation is narrated from Elon Musk

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Amash narrated from

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the mathema that Elon Musk said what

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In the draft falls into the womb, she conceives in every hair and nail, then it remains for 14 days. And then it descends into the womb and becomes a clot. He said, That is its gathering, Ibn Abi hatom and others narrated it. Now, why I want you to hear this accident. Because I wanted to know how the Roma in the past used to translate and used to actually interpret these matters today, obviously, with the kind of knowledge and technology we have today, what do we know? Different?

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This we know it's different, it's different than what they explaining. So EBMs roid was not a doctor. Right?

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So he's not That's not his expertise, rather than just kind of like they give interpretation based on what they what they know. And that's the best of their nose. There's another knowledge I want you to hear also, what could it mean in the literal translator actually letter of the text, but we know also that the situation today, scientifically is different. Go ahead.

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A different explanation of gathered has been narrated as a model for Hadith, which we use from the prophets of Allah Salah at turbo Ronnie and Eben manda in the Kitab to read, narrated the hadith of Malik Ibn Hawaii writes that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said, when Allah exalted as he wants to create a slave, and then the man makes love to the woman, his water becomes scattered in every one of her vessels and limbs. On the seventh day Allah exalted as he collects it and presents it with every one of its hereditary characteristics except for Adam. Fee I use Surah to Masha Allah Kovac, and assembled you in whatever way he will even Munda said that it's chain of transmission as

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well known and unbroken according to the criteria of war, Isa Tirmidhi, and NSA and others. So he's just basically the moment Raja Rahim Allah is bringing all the textual, the textual explanation to the word, the meaning of Gemma, what does it mean when Allah surpasses that he put together he gathered this insan you know, slowly and graduate for 40 days in a form of a form of a drop a clot? And then of course, a morsel? What does that exactly mean? So he brings all these narrations. Obviously, this is the bit to the best of their knowledge back then. But scientifically today, we know it's a little bit different and has more sophisticated actually way of developing that fetus in

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the womb of the mother. We're going to move Inshallah, to to page 69 Page 69 What it says to Michael no Arakata Mithila Dalek.

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It's also in the middle of your of the page, his his words, his words, then later a blood clot Agha for the length of that means for 40 days, and the alcohol is a piece of blood. Now, then later a morsel of flesh below for the length of that means for 40 days, by the way, the word Aloka

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there's another word familiar to probably in the first revelation of the Quran. What is it? The Quran Bismillah Bacala, the kala kala Collinson, Iman. Allah, so Allah, and Allah is the same thing over here. The Allah is One drop, Allah is in general is actually the blood drop. That's what it means now.

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And the medulla is a piece of meat, then Allah sends the angel to Him, and He breeds the roar into him. And he's commanded with four words, with the writing of His provision, his lifespan, his action, and whether he is fortunate or unfortunate. When we say fortunate and unfortunate he means by that, by that, by the way, he means by that from the people of Jana or Johanna, that's what it means. So everybody's destined, Allah knows exactly what everybody's gonna go. So some people they ask the question, so what does that mean to me? We're going to explain that in details later. But just for now, Allah knows we're going to end where you're going to end up. You don't. So what is

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your job done?

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Make sure to go to Jana. How do I do that? Focus on what isn't what isn't what matters to me, which means to do what I need to do to get me to agenda. I want to know what as Allah subhanaw taala knows about me is to my advantage that takes me to Jannah. So don't worry about this just worry about doing your part in sha Allah Tala can go on.

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This Hadees shows that it drug transforms during 120 days, through three stages, and each 40 days of which it is in a stage. In the first 40 days, it has a drop, then in the second period of 40 days a blood clot, then in the third period of 40 days of morcilla flush. And then after the 100 and 20th day the angel breathes through into it and writes these four phases down for it. Why is it so important that we understand these actually these phases because we're going to see later on as we discuss the Hadith and the meaning of the Hadith. There are specific rolling relative to these matters such as the subject of abortion, for example. Is abortion allowed after 120 days for

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instance, when the rule has already been given to that baby? Is abortion allowed in the first 40 days of the life of

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That fetus for example is still it's still a clot, or it's still a drop. And what about in between between 40 days and 120 days there are different rules. We're going to cover that a little bit more in details later. Insha Allah Tala, so he says Are we recording this hadith? The Prophet says and speaks about three stages of development for that. Keep going. And in our measure this these days are in the Quran. Because the Quran also add to this stage is actually far more naked than seven stages. Let's see how to go ahead.

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Allah exalted as he mentions in many and very many places in the Quran, the transformation of the embryo and these stages, such as in his words Exalted is He?

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Well, um, yeah, you had NASA in quantum theory in mineral baths or in Kalapana coming to Rob So Mama not forgotten so mom and Aloka some mom and Mother rotten mocha locket and Mercury Metallica in Albanian Hola, como Kuru Flora hammy Manisha Illa, Algerian Muslim, mankind, if you are in any doubt about the rising know that we created you from dust then from a drop of sperm than from a clot of blood than from a lump of flesh formed yet unformed. So we may make things clear to you we make whatever we want stay in the womb until a specified time now he mentioned these three stages the drop the blood clot and the morsel flesh and numerous places in the Quran. And in one other place he

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mentions an additional term for he says in pseudo minimum call what God Kalapana in Santa min so relative to some magical now not photography Carrara McKean, some McLachlan, not for the Halacha for Haluk Nana Allapattah manga for halacha mudita a llama? Tracker Salman a llama llama. So mansha. Now Hal can offer further BarakAllahu Hassan holophane seven stages were mentioned in this ayah let's see these stages

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were created men from the purest kind of clay, that's number one, then made him a drop and number two secure receptacle, then formed a drop into a clot that's number three and formed a clot into a lump that's number four and formed a lump into bones, that's number five and clothe the bones in flesh number six, and then brought him into being as another creature. That's number seven, blessed be Allah the best of creators Hana what data can go on? These are seven periods of time which Allah mentions in this ayah for the formation of the son of Adam, before the breathing of the roar into him, even our bus Rhodiola Han said the son of Adam was created from seven and then he recited this

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idea. He was asked about withdrawal of the penis and intercourse before ejaculation as a contraceptive measure. And he's called Aza in the Arabic language now and he recited the his idea. And then it said, is anyone created until this description has happened? And another version from him? He said, does any person die until he has passed through this creation? This is basically they say like before we get to that seven stage you're not considered yet a living being. So therefore that's again that comes to that question about abortion which is actually it's a long discussion we're going to be body wait for it in Charlotte and the next time but Nila eat about a quarter so

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next week in sha Allah azza wa jal, we're going to do with virtual Manila hazards. So next we're going to be virtual in sha Allah Tala. But we still are going to continue the discussion on the subject so join us in shallow so join us for the q&a. We're going to get you that QR code on the screen inshallah and we are going to be taking questions and answer after Serato Shan Shan

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is trying to come.

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up you can allow the sister of space to return to their prayer

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Well, thank you for the no let's take a look at

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why there was an Arabic word just to let you know don't steal from us

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a question that's falling asleep in sujood really breaks your will do.

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You are not reclining against anything. Well, I don't know what you're talking about. I mean, this is the most vulnerable position when it comes to the you will do.

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Definitely if someone falls asleep, they will they will break the Brexit rule. As a matter of fact when it comes to breaking the will do because of sleep, the dilemma they have different positions on that some they take into consideration that position regardless of how deep or not deep sleep is at all they don't care about the position they care about how deep the sleep was. So in the shower for example, Madame they care about how you sit how you see it. So if you sit down on your basically if you sit down and you lean to the wall, and you have your back completely straight up, and you fall asleep in that position, that doesn't break it although no matter how deep your sleep is, because

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that position for them is Mater makan they call which means your confirm your firm. So it doesn't break the model.

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But if you sleep on your side resemblance or even if you start kind of like going into the early stages of sleep Axios they start kind of like dozing off the breakthrough do you do for them because your sleeping position is not automatic and other for God they say no, it doesn't matter how you see it. What matters is that is basically how deep their sleep is. How they know how deep the sleep is. The Sleep is considered deep sleep if you lose conscious of the surrounding. If it is conscious of the surrounding Demetri went into deep sleep doesn't matter if you're sitting down if you're leaning on the side doesn't matter so there's basically a fall asleep this guy's a briksdal but if you don't

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lose consciousness of the Serrana which means yes, you're falling asleep but you can still hear the people talking and and movement around you and you're conscious of what's going on but you're still falling asleep. So in this case, that sleep that type of sleep does not break your order according to them. And they have also the evidence for that right in the midst of a lot of sun but the point is, if you've fallen asleep and you're sujood

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alive if you're Shafi of course Jana your sleep has gone well we will do is got it doesn't matter if it's deep or not. Now Allah Allah

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so the question is, from the sister side, fortunate or unfortunate is already written and why is it human fault? If it's written before the birth that a person will be with people Janna garden or fire? Then how one could be sure if he is going, doing the right thing or not? That's the golden question. As a matter of fact, we're going to explain that in details later inshallah and the class Milazzo gel, but the knowledge of Allah subhana wa Taala is relevant to what you're going to be doing right now. What does that mean?

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Let's have a good discussion later in details, the color of Allah, you can divide that or that you break it down to four, four levels. Number one, is knowledge of Allah subhanho wa taala. Do you believe that Allah azza wa jal is Alim and when you say Allah subhanaw taala Eileen, what does it mean exactly? His knowledge is what is limitless. He knows the past the future the present the the thing that they don't happen if they happen, he would not have they will happen. If you believe in Allah's ultimate and absolute knowledge, then you know that he would know what happens in the future because he knows his creation.

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So he did not influence your actions even

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As he knows what you're going to be doing, that's number one. Number two, when Allah subhanho wa taala, he knows everything because he knows everything. He ordered the recording of everything. So everything is going to be written has that's called Kitab right now, and everything is written. So when we say something is written, what do you mean by that Allah knows about it, as recorded over there. Number three, and Iraida

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because Allah sopranos is going to happen.

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And Allah subhanaw taala has written this, that will happen. So it's not it's not going to change. It's going to happen anyway. He wills it to happen. He wants it to happen. subhanaw taala you're not get to do anything against his will.

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Because even even the most heinous crimes, they happen by the word of Allah azza wa jal, not necessarily that he likes them, but he allows them to happen. And then the fourth thing is, I'll help because he allows it, it's panna cotta and he wants it to happen. He will facilitate that for you. So your movement is part of the creation of Allah azza wa jal. You choose to move this way. You choose to pray you choose to read you choose to do that. Allah only facilitate what you choose. That's the meaning of the Hadith for Colombia, Salima Haleakala, everybody will be will find ease as they were actually intending to do. We're going to cover that and datasets later in shallow data. I

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just wanted to make sure that we understand the knowledge of Allah azza wa jal live where a person is going to be does not does not affect your knowledge of basically if I know for sure I'm going to be in general Jana does anyone know for sure is going to be general Jana?

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Would you have accident knowledge? You don't so what you need to do then mind your own business.

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Do the deeds of Jana so you know so you hopefully whatever is written for you is good, you chose to do good. So Allah subhanaw has written what he knew that you're going to be doing good.

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And that's what the Prophet told Soraka when he asked the Prophet says Okada Rasul Allah, if Allah knows whose agenda whose agenda the why bother

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he goes, Don't Don't think about this, like like telling him like this none of your business, your job is to do that which leads you to join, that's it. So focus on this inshallah Tada now

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so when it comes to the subject of knowledge, people consider other people to be knowledgeable. Some people consider a person that is rich, to be knowledgeable, who should be considered knowledgeable, the one who is knowledgeable.

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Because that's the whole concept when we were studying together, what is the meaning of being knowledgeable as your man

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alone will have a normal call bright aluminum armella, the true meaning of knowledge is having the proper knowledge of your position in this dunya and who Allah Subhanallah is to you, what's your relationship with him and how you're going to be living this life based on that knowledge. If you can figure that out properly, and do everything in accordance that knowledge then you are the most knowledgeable person on earth.

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Now when it comes to people being knowledgeable, obviously there is a relative level of knowledge, knowledge and, and Hadith and Sunnah and Quran and medicine and math. Everything is considered knowledge but the ultimate knowledge we're talking about here when we discuss the subject of spirituality is illumine Holodomor Kulu downloads of the hearts of course and ratio with Allah subhanaw taala. Now like it was that knowledge herbal element

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so what would you recommend reading the stories that are not far fetched, and that cultivate Iman or attending circles of numbers that are not excessive? When it comes to reading stories that are not actually far fetched? I highly recommend to read the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam read the route of Salah Hain Rizal. Bihar is a Muslim. It is has tons of stories about the Sahaba de la Tirana reads the seer of the prophets of Allah, Allah wa salam. And then if you want read the biography of alma de Burgh with Muslim scholars, so they tell you anecdotes of their lives, what they have done, and Subhana some of these stories are just amazing. And we have a wealth of

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authentic stories that we don't need to go into these far fetched stories. We can do that. There are many common books nowadays among people for example, with all respect how to Sahaba for example, follow llama for instance, many of these books are full of a lot of hard softeners but not necessary authentic, so be careful with that. Now.

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As for attendance, circles of numbers that are not excessive, as long as these circles are in accordance with the Sunnah of the Prophet Salla cemetery for the practice, there is no such thing as dancing and chanting with music and all that stuff in the name of dhikr of Allah subhanho wa Taala you should be fine people who didn't Quran studying the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala studying Hadith and Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Salem Bismillah Gianni servals

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