Taseel Class 28

Yaser Birjas


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Salam alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh

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and hamdulillah Alameen sola, Vienna Muhammad Ali salam to me because they are to my my bad welcome you back with our seal classes in which we studied the book of Imam Abu Kodama him Allah tell him after 700 Kassadin and the book of Imam Raja Rahim Allah Tala jameelah lumen Hichem. So tonight inshallah as Imam with Raja Rahmatullah mmbbl. Kodama mo Allah, he finished summarizing, thus the subject of dhikr and the best form of the Quran the words of ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala and tonight we're going to start with the second part of the sha Allah azza wa jal. So let's see, shall I will

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allow the dimensions overhead and humbler well I mean, was Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Imam Ibn odema Rahim Allah, right on the invocations and supplication section one on the excellence of remembrance, know that after reading 10 Hour of the Quran, there is no other worship a bad performed with the tongue, as virtuous after as remembering Allah Most High and raising one's needs to him through pure invocations. And the Holly said, the excellence of remembrance, vicar is testified to buy the word of Allah fifth koroni at the Kotoko remember me and I will remember you and he's saying and levena yet Quran Allah have to know who down where Allah Jr. will be him. Those who remember

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Allah standing, sitting or lying down on their sites. They are having a lot of blindness or Nabina Muhammad you know, God, so Imams Okada, Muhammad Allah de la what he says over here, August in the first statement is plainly right now that the best form of vicar, the best form of verbal vicar is what the best form of formal verbal decrees what the recitation of the Quran does the best verbal vicar the recitation of the Quran he says second after that, this remember Allah subhanho wa Taala he's gonna explain what does it mean exactly what does it mean to explain the remember Allah subhana wa Tada it says nothing explains that better for us than the words of Allah azza wa jal in which the

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first either he called it Tala hito barakaatuh Allah first Caroni I've got to come by the way he says his through pure invocations idea to khalifa which means you know, make dua exclusively to Allah subhana wa Taala nobody else. You don't call anyone with ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. So that's a pure invocation to Allah subhanaw taala in the form of decrypt, conferred Qurani has gone can you remember me? Remember me? It means in your thoughts and your words. And then the second idea, he talks about how often Allah the Nikola, Dr. Manuel Kuroda Anwar a gentleman like they remember ALLAH who was standing was sitting there on their side, which means what in all the conditions in every

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form of the part of their life, they remember Allah subhanho wa taala. So he said, The second form of vicar after recitation of the Quran is having that consciousness of ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala in all your affairs in all your aspects of your life, who can do this as you know,

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who can truly be in a constant form of the Quran? Subhanallah it's beautiful that we're talking about this because the second session inshallah kind of complemented with the subject of Taqwa righteousness, and what does it mean exactly? So here, ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala he loves from us to remember him. How does what does the Prophet Sam said about the virtue of Nicola Azusa, the virtue of remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala go ahead

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with their cutie in Allah Hi, Kathy. You know, they're cute. So is there any limit for that Dicker when he says, and men who remember Allah's path are often what they got and also women. So that transition is actually isn't complete because the US is what I feel like I said about the Quran, and the men and women who remember Allah subhanaw taala often. Now what is often mean over here, is there any limitation without any qualification for that? Absolutely not.

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cathedra means what abundance

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and what does abundance mean that is up to five minutes, 10 minutes, an hour, half an hour a day to it's up to you. But Allah subhanaw says that the essence of it is what is then abundance. Those who remember Allah subhanho wa Taala and abundance on a constant form of the Carmela makers among them are Bananaman. Now,

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it has been narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah says I am with my servant, as long as he remembers Me and his lips keep moving in my remembrance. So here right now we speak about the virtues of remembering Allah azza wa jal like what do you get when you remember Allah subhanaw taala the first thing he said Salah Salem call anima Abdi mother currently with the Harakat bh bisha Fatah, like Allah subhanaw taala is telling you Look, I am with you. I'm with you. As long as you remember me and your lips are moving with my remembrance. Like as long as you remember me as in the first I have had Curonian at corkum You remember me I remember you. Allah

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subhanho wa Taala made it clear that if you remember me, I will remember you. Imagine if Allah subhanaw taala remembers you. What do you get out of this? What higher

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Get out of remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala and then hear the prophets Allah Sam say this hadith that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tala as long as you keep moving your lips with the remembrance of Allah azza wa jal, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada always remembers you as well to family as the parents inshallah to take care of their kids BarakAllahu li calm so we can shall continue with our session in particular.

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Yes, go ahead. It occurs in the collection of Muslim that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said no people sit down to remember Allah, but the angels encompass them. Mercy covered the tranquility this descends upon them. And Allah mentions them to those who are with him.

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But what's the difference between the first Hadith and the second Hadith? What do you guys see the difference in

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the first one is what individual the second one is worth. So the first one speaks about you remember that Allah Subhana Allah individually, you're at home, at work, driving, walking, wherever you do your regular activities at home, you remember in Allah subhana water individually. And also, sometimes I need help, like coming to this gathering, because I know if I'm alone, I'm weak. I can't if I open the same book, by myself at home, but after five minutes, I'm going to put it back. Why because I might not have that same energy when I'm around the people over here. So I need some help with that. So that's what we come together for these sessions. We get together to recite the Quran,

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we get together to help and assist each other understanding we need that and ALLAH SubhanA mentioned and so Terrassa Calatrava will help the what Allah Saba southern those who want to survive in this world, and make sure to use every moment of it for themselves and their to their advantage. Those who always enjoy among yourself to be together for the hug for the truth, like what we do, and also persevere and patience. So yeah, I need dhikr of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada by myself. I also need the help of other people to keep me shallow data on that path. What do you get when you get it when you get it? When you get that vicar whether people are attending this Halaqaat What do you get out of

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this? The Prophet SAW as I mentioned a few things here called Ella halfa, Tamil melodica the angels come and surround you. How do they angels surround if you remember from the beginning of the sessions here, we mentioned the meaning of that. It could be they come down physically what their wings, sits with them. The presence of the angels brings peace and tranquility upon them many things but worse yet homearama the Mercy of Allah subhana wa Bucha will envelop them completely. What does that Allah homosapien they feel tranquility and peace. Like those moments? Gemma, they're out of this world will lie.

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When you sit down on a Hanukkah, we just came back from the umbra. SubhanAllah. And people they asked me, Why is it so different when we remember that when we come back home, everybody's dreading coming back again, because they know you're gonna get back again to the mundane of life and the activities and the chores and we wish we can stay there in the haram for a longer time I said, Look, because when you go for ombre, you left everything behind.

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I even left my Furniture Mart behind, because I didn't want to deal with that.

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And subhanAllah just That's it, I want to be completely off. So you do it and you disconnect from the world, those moment becomes out of this world. Every opportunity every halacha that you attend could be your opportunity to need to leave this world, temporary at least when you engage in the DA and the dhikr and remembrance of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada and start bringing your heart into what we what we hear here, and what we learn. When you put those in those moments. They're out of this world. The moment it's over, we come back to the dunya this world, we forget a lot of birds that we start feeding the heavyweight of this life and again, so here says God, what are the Allahumma

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Sakina Sakina tranquility and peace and tranquility will surround them with dakara whom Allah of human anda and Allah subhanho wa Taala will remember him to remember them and the gathering better than their gather. What gathering is better than our gathering? pijama the guy that was in Heavens, right? The angels imagined ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada in a manner that suits his majesty. He's talking to the angels about you.

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Like Allah subhanaw taala pointed the engines, what are those people doing there? What are they doing? They're invalid at Islamic center. Right? Who are these people? Do you know them? And Allah knows them one by one by name, men and women. And he said okay, what do they want? What are they here for? And Allah subhana wa Tada. He sends his merchandise Rama upon us mela maximiser mural banana anatomy. Now,

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there are numerous traditions about this all mentioned under the topic of virtuous deeds. I will vote early on who narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, no people sit in a gathering and then disperse without remembering Allah. But it is if as if they have departed a carcass of a donkey. They will regret that gathering on the Day of Resurrection.

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And other headin states no people sit in a gathering

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without remembering Allah and sending prayers upon the Prophet, but they will regret that on the Day of Resurrection. Now, so these are two Hadith the first one speaks about setting in a gathering, that you don't mention Allah subhanho wa Taala row, the second Hadith sitting in a garden, you don't send Salawat upon the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam so two things you need to remember, whenever you go, you're going to gatherings, make sure that part of your gathering has to do with remembering Allah xuejun. And the second part is at least in insalata, when the Prophet Salah Salem or at least mentioned him, because when he mentioned him on his stories, you said Salawat upon the

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Prophet sallallahu wasallam right, so hamdulillah in how many times I've been mentioned about the point the prophets of Allah, as we already mentioned in that, how many times you mentioned Allah subhanaw taala and his beautiful attributes and so forth here in these gatherings. So the prophets of Assam says that the best gatherings are those that always include the remembrance of Allah subhana wa Taala and the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam, everything else will be wasted.

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No matter how valuable that is that you discuss, and you talk about, if you don't bring Allah into this gathering this conversation, it's wasted, like what talking about for example, prices, gas prices, for example, talking about politics, talking about whatever entertainment sports. If that talk is completely just about sports completely about economics, a comedy about politics becomes vain, it's empty. But if you bring that conversation back to Allah subhanho wa Taala How can you bring sports back to Lazarus Mr.

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Marcia scored very well right, masha Allah, Allah gave them tofield mashallah they want this game for example, you attribute everything to Allah, not to the skill of the players. Now that's up to you that no matter who they are, that is something that you believe in, in your heart, you attribute everything to Allah subhanaw taala. Right. Similarly, if you talk about politics, you talk about whatever that is, if you bring it back to Allah and the Messenger of Allah, let's remember something about the life of the prophets Allah sent me regards to his lifestyle for example, in comparison to the prosperity of our life and so forth. Always remember Allah subhanho wa Taala all always remember

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the professor submitted questions some people they asked, do you do that and formal gatherings mean formal session or does it casual casually will also be acceptable like what do you have to call the people after dinner to say hey guys, we've done on handling eating and talking about food and this and that, I need you to give me 10 minutes I want to give you a heart and inshallah

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you go to a wedding. And while everybody's partying, you say Cloudera time? Is that how it's supposed to be done? I mean, if you can, why not? Because of Hanalei. Sometimes we will just kind of like with that kind of statement, it will become a wake up call for them. But even casualties, okay. Even casualties, okay. That was once the Prophet saw some one time he was sitting in the cemetery waiting for the grave to be done, so they can finish the burial. And as he was waiting there, the Sahaba they gathered around him, expect him to get something from him, Salah Sam, of course, but he wasn't really given any specific talk. He had a twig in his hand, and it was kind of picking the

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ground with it, and then casually started talking about the journey of the soul.

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And this hadith held that bourbon as it became one of the most popular Hadith about the journey of the soul from this dunya from this life to the hereafter, magnificent journey, and it came casually. So sometimes while you're sitting with your friends, and as everybody's talking about someday you just kind of like inject something that has to do with remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala what do people call it a party pooper? Come on, man. I mean, we talk about this and I will talk about death. But you don't have to talk about that right away on it. But as long as you bring something to bring the gathering, to put Baraka into the gathering, but in Barak and the gathering by remembering Allah

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subhanaw taala and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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with respect to the excellence of supplication of a Hooray rayon who narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, There is nothing more noble before Allah than supplication. So here he starts by speaking about the excellence of that. So he finished talking about vicar, remembering Allah azza wa jal now another form of the care another form of remembering ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada supplication. Now what's the difference between dhikr and supplication? The seeker is praising Allah subhana wa Taala is thinner upon Allah azza wa jal led you there exclusively to praise the Lord Subhana wa Tada that's thicker at dua is now you're asking for your personal needs.

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Like God, Allah, I praise you.

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But I need something in return.

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I mean, what do we call that as a man that's transactional relationship with Allah subhana wa there is that okay? Is it okay to have a transactional relationship with Allah azza wa jal and of course, that's what Allah has even asked us in the Quran, because we're sorry, who was who He said trade with me. Allah has asked me to trade with him. What do you trade, you trade your time, your energy, your effort, your charities, whatever that you do, you trade with him and return what you get. You gotta turn it in. Is it worth it?

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Of course it is. So here the prophets Allah salah, remember Kodama Rahim Allah Tada, speaker about now now that you, you praise Allah azza wa jal Are you allowed now to ask for things from him. What is the etiquette after prison Allah, you ask for your needs. So he says the first thing you do is to remember, there is nothing that is more novel with Allah subhanho wa Taala for Allah Allah then then what asking him? Why? We're going to see this because this is a beautiful continue Go ahead. And the Noble is worship is supplication and whoever does not ask Allah he will become angry at him. And other the Hadith states ask ALLAH from his grace for Allah loves to be asked. So what does that mean

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as your ma? What does that mean? Everybody gets upset when you ask them except for who? Allah subhanaw taala no matter how generous people are, at some point, they're gonna get upset. They have limitation, right? You got to ask somebody, Hey, can I borrow your car? Oh, sure, of course area. And then secondly, can I borrow your truck? And then can I borrow? Can I borrow this? Then they're gonna get to a limit, right? You said knock on the door recall. And then I'm not going to answer your call anymore. Those are human beings.

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But Allah subhana wa Donna is the opposite. If you don't call him if you don't ask him, he gets upset with you. He gets angry with you. Because the essence of this is what is the absolute manifestation of servitude?

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Because if you don't need him, we don't need him, then you're not going to worship him. Why would I need him for but showing your need to him? That's a sign of servitude. But I'm Richard Hamdulillah. And I can buy things I can even if you're rich, even if the wealthiest person on earth, you still need to show your poverty to Allah subhanho wa Taala to continue to bless your wealth and your prosperity. So that dua is the greatest manifestation of your servitude to Allah subhana wa Bucha because you're telling them My lord, no matter what I have, I can't live without you.

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No matter what I get in this world, I can't make it without you. No matter how strong I am. I can't survive without you. So you always you always bring everything back to Allah subhanho wa sallam, Allah gave us that opportunity to show that poverty to him or Brahman. Now,

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section two on the etiquettes of supplication. So that was specifically some of the editors of publications. Yes.

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The etiquette of supplication includes the one who seeks the normal times and oppa to Al Sharif, Sharif. For his applications like that they have on offer from the year Ramadan from the months of the year Friday, from the days of the week and predawn from the parts of the night. So it says Rahim Allah to Allah, part of the etiquettes of when you supplicate to God you need to sometimes take into consideration special special times, those very normal times very unique, why because the is more likely to be accepted for the virtue of that time. Now who made that time virtuous? Allah Subhana Allah

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because Allah Allah is the Creator of all of this and he has the right to dedicate a time that to be noble than the other time. So of these of these I mentioned Rahim Allah did over here he goes off the days of the year, ALLAH SubhanA Midwich day the most virtuous here are novelist Arafa the day right before April, when the hedgehog are there, meeting you know together in one place, ask Allah Subhana Allah for forgiveness. He mentioned from all the months of the year which month is a more virtuous Ramadan and out of all the days of the week, Friday, and then a same thing as all of the times of the day and night which time is the is the best? A sahab will has had a minister of rune

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will Mr. Freeman I will as how those who seek forgiveness in the pre Dawn hours time that were unfortunately always asleep because we wait for the Accommodator not even the downtime to wake up.

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But the righteous and what do they do as your man they set their alarm clock before Fajr time so they can be up during those very special noble moments not

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the normal times also include the period between the man and the apama the time right after the five daily prayers Salawat during read in the battle, in battle in the path of Allah upon completing Hutton the Quran, when breaking Iftar the fast and when the heart is persistent, put when the heart is President Maduro and fearful legit. Now, what do we call these moments Mr. There are times right but there are special times what do we call them circumstances. So, the first one is speaking about the envelopes of time the minutes and the second the day the month right. But the second one now, the second category is speaking about the circumstances of time life what you got some of the

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circumstances of time well otherwise your karma, how many of you are present in the masjid after before the other and so they can take the chance and to make dua between Adana karma.

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That's when example says archive of Salawat after you finish your faults Allah the Prophet saw some say that after Salah is more likely to be accepted. How many of yours

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Don't rush after Salah Radha we sit down make oldaker And then we start making our dua to Allah subhanaw taala. Part of it is all too he says under the Zulu life the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said the one that I read comes down Hadith So Adam Biragi its new creation of Allah subhana wa Tada and it's more likely to meet the dragon to be answered. Also on the path to Allah subhanaw taala jihad, the visible and the battlefield, because the person the person right now has shown that greatest manifestation of servitude you're offering your soul your soul yourself to Allah subhana wa dua is more likely to be accepted. And also the huttner Quran Aveda and astrology, Allah Rwanda, the

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compare of the Prophet every time he finished his heart and he calls his family and he said together to make that because he said that's a virtuous good deed that Allah will accept the DA sujood when you make it yourself the prophets as I mentioned the Hadith archroma Hola my Hakuna Abdi Mirabella was Elijah knew the closest to Allah in the most humblest position. You know, when you make any research that you put in your forehead, where your intellect is where decision making processes are just basically what you show that you're how smart you are, you put that on the ground,

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you put down on the ground

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and you do not rule. Allah subhanaw taala

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so you're showing your humbleness and humility to Allah azza wa jal For this Allah reward you with what

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making this the highest position, urine Delos physical position, but if you become in the highest spiritual position with ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. So that's what the rubber says, x zero minute da, increase your da make your calls, ask ALLAH SubhanA that position so that you will be accepted. And when a person is breaking their fast as the machine liberal professor said I mentioned Karl assignment, he has to da da, Assam Mr job that you answer will be the DA will be answered. And specifically in the huddle column when your heart is present. You guys remember we talked about this before, how important to bring the heart and the eye. But that said that's more important that I bet

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Like sometimes we run through the prayers, just through the motions of the prayers.

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You just go from the standing position to the record sujood and you finish your Salah and you could barely remember anything from it, you could feel it as well.

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And sometimes you will be just sitting after Salah that moment of remember that you messed up and you're sorry, I should have been more focused that moment could be much more valuable than the motions of the salon itself. So when your heart is present, go for it immediately. When you feel in clients towards a vida en ta do it.

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Just do it in that moment. Use that moment for your best shot, raise your hand and make your Dr. Bonilla Hazama lotsa from you. Now,

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the truth is that the nobility Scharff of these times go back to the nobility of one state, pre Dawn, for example, as a time when the heart is clear, suffer and unoccupied Farage and the state of prostration, Hallett and sujood, his state of humility 100.

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So the word that Arabic they said, so far, I'll call your heart is very clear and pure, you wake up, you're not distracted by anything, you just kind of like it's fresh day, like you reset hamdulillah diamond

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unlimited until you start using your phone to check in on your phone. That's why the worst thing to do at the beginning of your day is what to check on your phone, leave it

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do your exercise the spiritual physical and then go and check on your phone. Otherwise, the moment you check on your phone calls, your heart becomes occupied right now with these emails, this message and all that kind of stuff that came with it. So the first is a phone call. He says because it's unoccupied for our which means empty. So right now there is nothing occupying the heart in that moment at least. And then he said instead of frustration sujood and that shows your humility, harlot, the last panel medalla so if this is the case, what is the best time to worship Allah Allah Gemma the last portion of the night

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and you do what you do sujood okay, that institute you're going to make salah the requests for today's Quran, make the mega and position of search all of that combined and just make Contura in the last portion of the night, so make sure to do that inshallah the regular basis in the Lazarus now.

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The indicator of supplication also includes that one faces the peddler raises his hands and then wipes his face with them. He should also lower his voice. The supplication should begin with the mention of Allah, mighty and sublime and that should be followed by sending prayers Salawat upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, one should not try to make his supplication around pros such. So what does that mean? So he said earlier that you face that tabler? Do you have to face the truth if you want to make dua? No in any position is fine. But if you want to sit down to make an official dua that's it

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Face the Kubla Khan clarify the you raise your hands do you have to wipe over your face? The Hadith that is mentioned actually his honorable Barbara della Nevada, as mentioned, move forward on

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a mobile phone.

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Put it there in edit mode, but it's actually it's a we've had it in terms of narration this week, so there is no need to wipe the face. However, if you see some people do that, it's okay. But the height is weak in terms of its nourish authenticity. Fall when you put us out or when you make your DUA, you make your DUA quietly because now you're splitting between and Allah Subhanallah Okay, can I raise my voice if my case is Jana Dyer and I want the whole world to hear it. Like what's happened to the people who has them Allah make it easy for the mural Bananaman. Of course, you can make it out loud. But if you want something private with you and Allah subhana wa Tada, you will whisper

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into Allah azza wa jal, he says also at some of the etiquette, the sense that about upon the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and avoid the rhyming, you know, word of the DUA. I don't know about rhyming in English. But in Arabic, it's easy because Arabic is a very poetic language. So some people, they focus on a rhyming Gah, that always had the same beautiful ending. So sometimes, in order for them to do that, they have to twist words and sentences just to make that sound, that rhyming sound that makes the DUA empty does have its purpose, because now you're focusing on just the artistic part of the language, not the essence of the art itself. Now,

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there could also include an in this is the inner conduct or the button at the bottom

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that plays a fundamental role in receiving an answer Jabba repentance Toba and fixing the wrongs one has done to others. So what he says at some of the etiquettes of not necessarily at the door itself, rather, it's something in our, in our in our self, like what called a double bottom. That's inner

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etiquette. And of course, that requires from you to have that sense of yearning, feeling, regretful repentance, Allah subhanaw taala, remorseful and also knowing your wrongs, so you can fix them

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because of American law, without having any intention to fix your wrongs. What's the point of that? Law, you know that you make this, you committed a sin, you commit a crime, you hurt somebody, and you make the law forgive me and just move on. And you have no regret for what you've done? Because that's gonna help you. So for the data to be accepted, it has to come from the heart and if the heart is not regretting what you've done, then what's the meaning of that? May Allah subhanaw taala make us and others who listen to the speech and follow the wisdom of God but I mean, we ask ALLAH SubhanA to make or do acceptable the wala SHA, SHA next time when we come we will continue with the

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different forms of liquor and how to do the chalazion now we'll move to get the book of ma'am event Raja Rahmatullah.

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa salam ala kind of era Muhammad Allah Allah was an understatement theater mama that

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is one of the most valuable Hadith that you will see in the 40 Here's my Munna Rahmatullah taralli. As matter of fact, ma'am, and no ma'am Raja Brahim Allah which my surprise Hala not surprising as a matter of fact, that even though look how short the hadith is just three statements, however, actually, he spent more than 60 Plus pages explain the Hadith.

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And out of the three statements in this hadith that we're gonna explain right now in shallow Tana the second one, he spent most the majority of his time explaining it. What are these three concepts which I like to call a roadmap for life? This hadith ebitdar wa bingeable Rhodiola Taran Houma and Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam aka it took Allah Hazama couldn't watch bear say that has an

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ohana at the NASA Brooklyn has an otter Mini and this hadith with an MA de la anima narrated that the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam said, have Taqwa of Allah wherever you are.

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Today we're going to explain that in details afterwards. But have the conscience of ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala wherever you are, and follow up a wrong action with a good action which will face it. If you do something wrong, do something good after to erase that for you. But our harlot and NASA were full of innocent and treat people with good character.

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This is a roadmap for life. I remember our chef shaquita habido allowed to Anna one time he was asked this question Korea chef, can you help us help me create a schedule? I want to create a schedule from for myself like you know sometimes you need a whole plan for the day. Wake up before Fajr Do you to help you then you pray to sit down? Make your declutter then Fajr and then after that you pray the Sunnah and sit down

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You want someone to give you an entire daily program from the beginning to the end? So one of the one of the students he asked us just the question can you chef help us start you know make create a daily program for us? That's Yes, that's true. That's me like get ready. And everyone was getting ready mashallah, we're getting the chef program you're gonna get the chef's program right now. That made him Marcelo Helios who is so as he was about to start he goes look, it took Allah Hi termagant

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will activate Seattle has a demo HA, HA HA Luca, NASA will hold off in Hudson will be conscious of Allah, wherever you are. Follow the bad deal with a good deal will erase it for you. And treat people unkind, good character. How is that a roadmap for life is your man. Look, I can sit down with you and map your life by the second not just by the minute, Do this, don't do this, do this. But how much of this you're going to be able to maintain and continue with for forever for a long time, you're gonna get fatigued and tired trying to maintain that. But this gives you a general idea.

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Gives you principles if you live by every second will be good for you. So what are these principles? The first principle it says call it that Allah has uma Quint wherever you are, be conscious of Allah subhanho wa taala. Whether you're alone, or in a gathering, at work, at home, in this place, that it doesn't really matter. As long as you have the consciousness of ALLAH SubhanA wa taala, then you're good.

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The second

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how much of that? Can we maintain anyway? Like always maintain that consciences of Allah subhanho wa Taala into your life? How much can we do that?

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As much as we can, and then what's going to happen? We're going to fall short. We're going to make a mistake. Is it the end of the world? Should that destroy you? No, no, no. That's why the second statement came on. And if you make a mistake, fix it.

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All right, you are going to make a mistake. It's not like it's if you make a mistake. Now, when you make a mistake, just fix it. Does that mean you do the second statement?

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The third statement he goes, we'll call it the NASA before Dr. Hassan and treat people in good manners with good manners. What does that mean? Look, if you're going to make a mistake, and mess up your personal life, don't hurt other people.

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Keep it individual. Keep your mistake and individual mistake.

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Treat people in good o'clock and good manners do not come on the Day of Judgment, caring the sin of hurting other people. Wow. What an unbelievable valuable lesson from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam ala, on how to build your allah how to build your life. And how what are principles that you live by? Brothers and sisters, this is advice of the prophets of Allah said that he gave to the Sahaba della Tirana and I want you to take this you know in your heart,

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believe by these three principles. Number one, Allah is always on your mind.

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Number two, if you make a mistake, when you make a mistake, just fix it. And number three, if you have to make a mistake, be careful. Don't include other people don't hurt other people. So inshallah we're gonna explain these three principles inshallah as usual, but of course for the sake of time tonight Inshallah, we're going to only cover the first one. So we're going to cover the first one and shallow Tara. So I want you to open your books with Allah azza wa jal

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on page we are now reading on page 258. Inshallah Allah

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has been erected on the line Alameen wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Salam

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has been narrowed in other ways and they're profitable or you sell them the cancelled more than it was with this piece of advice. l bizarre narrated the Ides of Abu les LAHIA, from Abu Zubair from about to fail from the prophets who already sell them. Same to some people bother we're just a correction. It's not about it's not Abu, Lucha it's even the here. So what it says away from the hadith of Ebola here, I want you to change that to Ebola here. That's the That's the name of the generator now. So he said that from an observer, an observer and what what he's going to explain right now is the prophet Salah Salem. He gave this advice to Moran Rajon based on his requests mod

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came to the Prophet and he says, Oh messenger of Allah advised me. So it seems to be maybe one occasion, or multiple occasions, or maybe the profits or some given maybe a longer one. But then it was reported to us in different segments. So here's one of those different segments. Yes.

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And he said messenger of Allah advised me he said, spread the greeting of peace and be me liberal liberally generous with food and be modest before Allah with the modesty. He will show before a man of some standing from your family. When you

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when you do wrong, then do good.

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Let your character be good as much as you are able so it's it's not expanding on the on the Hadith itself that we had what we have in our hands right now he goes if she's if she's Salam

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when mod came to the Prophet era Salah please give me an advice because after Salah spread greeting among the people Subhanallah sometimes you go to certain communities you come to the masjid and no one smiles in your face. No one says salaam to give stranger from each other. That's not That's not right. You should be spreading salaam with each other even needing to go out to public don't wait to recognize the person to say salaam to them. Anybody just say salaam to them epsilon file? What was the plan? After food, be generous. offer food to the poor, to the needy to your friends, your neighbors was the Haman Allah and you need to be bashful and being having this sense of hierarchy

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and making sure that you have the modesty with Allah subhanho wa Taala just like someone with a good character wants to keep his upstanding will upgrade character and from other people. Like if someone has an upright character known to be a righteous person, good individual, right? You don't want to be exposing from the public for your personal individual sense, do you

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so this is exactly the same way what how you don't want people to know who you are. Make sure you have the exact same concept what to do with Allah subhanaw taala that you feel shy that ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala sees you for who you truly are.

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I have my sins I have my mistakes. So I need to make sure that Allah Subhan does not see this this from me Subhana wa Tada. That's what it means. Yes.

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I can marry the Hadith of the word and maybe ask them why they wanted to travel and said, messenger bow was counsel me. He said, worship Allah and do not associate anything with Him. He said, messenger of Allah told me more. He said, when you do wrong than do good, he said, messenger of Allah telling me more. He said to be upstanding and let your character be good. So we'll see from this narration right now that mod was demanding more from the Prophet. So I said, Because you're a solid is this very valuable? Give me more, give me more, give me more shows how eager he was to get from the Prophet source and the maximum he could get through the law and order. So the first advice

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the Prophet saw Sam gave him was what about rabada? Like, be sincere to Allah worship Allah and never ever associate Parnas with him, says Maria Rasul Allah, if you make a mistake, like in the process of worshiping Allah, if you make a mistake, it's okay. He was doing something good, something better. So they are also Allah, what else did me more careless? Tacomas, Justin Kodaka, then make sure that you always have good o'clock. This is, by the way, the exact same height that we're studying right now, but in different words, the exact symptom now,

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even though I read nearly the hadith of doored, from from Buddha, that the Messenger of Allah Sall already said to him, I counsel you to have top level in the end your secret matters, and pub and plug and publicly, when you do wrong and do good. You know, ask anyone for anything, even if you even if you're false. Do not receive a trust and do not judge between two people. The same narration by the way, is the exact same meaning of the first time that we started together. The first one talking about Taqwa. But this time I didn't work privately and secretly, and on opium. So whether you're doing it in public and private, make sure to observe talk all the time. The second if you

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made a mistake, fix it. And the third one, he spoke in details about some of the manners and rules of engagement with people. He says about that. Don't ever ask someone for anything, including your salt, which is the web. What does that mean exactly? Anyway, back in the days, you know that when they ride camels and horses, if the whip falls from your hand, if the whip that they beat the horse or the camel would if it falls, the private servers today I'm here don't ask for anyone to give it to you. Instead, what do you do?

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Bring down to the camera to the ground and pick it up yourself. Is it going to take a while right. But he says so and independence from people is a virtue.

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The because when you start depending so much on people what happens to you, you stop depending on whom is your man on Allah subhanaw taala you need money you go to this person, you need some to be fixed because this person you this so you go to everybody first. The first thought comes to your mind when something happens in your life is you go to the people not to ALLAH SubhanA Matana that doesn't mean have to go to the doctors or go to bring a plumber to fix things when they break into your house. That's not the case. But always remember Allah first. Like if the water start leaking your house what do you say?

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call the plumber right? Before the what do you say? The high level of COVID

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there is no power no my do have except by the will of Allah subhanaw taala you remember Allah first. And then hey, where's the plumbers number right?

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but at least you always have Allah on your mind in all aspects of your life now.

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He also in another way that it was always said I send messenger of Allah teach me an action which will draw me closer to the garden and make me more remote from the fire. He said, when you do a wrong action and do a good action because it is worth tender like he said, I said messenger bot was why Salam is one of the good deeds to say there is no God but Allah, He said, It is the best of good deeds. So here the Prophet SAW Selim has mentioned specific over here about how to raise the saints is by doing something good so when a Buddha asked the Prophet Samuel rasool Allah is saying La ilaha illa, one of those Hassan like is that one of the ways of erasing the sins and the prophets Assam

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says it is definitely Hassan Hassan because the Prophet says another Hadith call of the vicar, La ilaha illAllah. The best form of dhikr is to c'est la ilaha illAllah. That's of course after reading the Quran, Allah Allah. Let's move on to the next page.

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The next page on page 259. So he is Rahim Allah Dara is going to be announced speaking about the three statements the first one about being conscious of Allah subhana wa, which is dukkha. The second one is about erasing the sin by doing something good. The third one is about treating people with good manners. Just to give you perspective, so you could remember Michelle Alta Allah The first one was mentioned on this page, which is page 259. The second one will be mentioned on page 206 269. So 10 pages later, the second will be on page 269. The third one will be on page two 304 304 So about 35 pages dedicated the second statement which we're going to cover next week and shallow

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Tabata Katana just to give you a perspective, so the so how important that is and he himself he says you know what he said I knew this was very important. That's why I had to mention it in detail. And we're gonna say that inshallah why this is so important when you make a mistake, you fix it. He's talking about what type of mistakes that you can be fixing for example, is it major minor how to fix these things? Because that's something all of us need. Why because if I know I'm sorta I always going to be making mistakes, how can I make sure to fix that? So this is going to be extended inshallah. But tonight, we're going to talk about the next 10 minutes with the last version. We're

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going to be talking about the first advice and that is taqwa. We'll cover that somehow, technically before, but he was gonna just kind of wrap it up a few things that he mentioned Rahmatullah Bismillah. Is counsel is a magnificent and comprehensive piece of advice concerning the rights and duties owing to Allah and the rights and duties owing to this Leesville. That's obviously what he said in the statement that Allah be conscious of Allah subhanho wa taala. That's between you and Allah azza wa jal, and if you make a mistake, fix it that's combined. And the third one treat people in good in good manners. That's not the right of the people. So three statements will be the first

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one, the rights of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tala wo to Allah azza wa jal second one, the mutual right that you owe to Allah and the people because we make mistake fix it, including if we make mistake against people also fix it for them. And the third one halacha NASA, can Hassan treat people in good manners, that's rights that you owe to people exclusively? First one rights exclusive to Allah. Second one, mutual rights. And the third one writes exclusively to people. So he's going to be speaking about the first one now.

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I got to cover

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because the writer alone is lazy that they should have Taqwa of him with the tempo due to him.

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Allah advice the first and the latter peoples, Allah is or does he says Are we relying on our Jeem while saying and Medina who truly keytab kabhi como el Khomeini Taku? The I actually the correct action pronouncement, there's a word for what occurred was signer so the word wallet is missing wallet card was signed Alladhina O'Toole Kitab, Amin, Kabila, Kuma, Jakob Takala. So this answer Denisa ALLAH SubhanA says that we have made it mandatory we have advised the people before you just like we are advising you, we have advised the people before you to be conscious of Allah subhanho wa taala. What does that mean? That is the exact same message Allah has given the people throughout

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generations. We're no different. It's very valuable for us as it was valuable before us now. Even Jackie those given the book before you and you yourselves to have duck level, not the linguistic meaning of Taqwa is that this leaves you put a barrier. So just before we continue, he's gonna mention three meanings for Taqwa were three meanings the first one talking about Dukkha being a barrier, a shield, what it says about it, yes.

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The linguistic origin of taboo as it misleads you put a barrier will apply between him and what she fears and is wary of which will protect him tepee him from him. So let's lay it step one towards his low

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Word that he puts a barrier between him and what he hears from his Lord of his anger, displeasure and his punishment, which will protect him from their barriers to obey Him and to avoid disobeying Him. So what he says Rahim Allah the essence of the meaning of Taqwa it comes from the word we acquire in the Arabic language, Waka Yachty, will quieten, which means to shield and protect yourself. What does that mean? We usually when we translate the word Taqwa of Allah, what's the English word for what do we say? When he says to somebody tequila, what do you say? Fear Allah. Right. But that's not right. Correct. Correct. Translation for you can't translate that one one

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word, taqwa. It actually is means a shield. What does that mean? It's a preventive measure. It's a preventive measure. Meaning you need to have that shield that barrier that will prevent you from falling into what this is Allah subhanho wa taala. And it also would encourage you to do that which please Allah subhanho wa taala. So it's a positive

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to do something, and also negative to obtain a stay away from something. So remember that Taqwa is actually the building a shield, a primitive you know measurement, not after the fact when I fought in the mistake I still haven't Taqwa of Allah subhana wa Tada. Now, the second one. Sometimes Taqwa is linked to the name of Allah. As in his words exalt as he worked up over here lady LA, he took shown so have Taqwa of Allah him to whom you will be gathered. He says exalted see? Yeah, you will Dean and I'm gonna double worked on gonna have some pipe damage. What type of law in Allah hobby Oh, me my dad malewane. You You have Eman, have Taqwa. And I each serve looked away as set set board for

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tomorrow. have Taqwa of Allah, Allah is aware of what you do. So the meaning here is that now you see that all the words duck was a Taqwa of Allah Taqwa of Allah. What does that mean? He explains it now.

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When taco is linked to him. The meaning is have Taqwa is His pleasure and his anger, which is MIT's thing to have to film which arises his worldly and otherworldly punishment. So the first one is having a barrier between you and what this is Allah subhanho wa taala. This one, having Taqwa means having that barrier in regards to avoiding Allah's wrath, and always bring Allah's pleasure. Now, he says Exalted is He, for you as you move

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alive, why is it you to be afraid of him, he says, Exalted is He who will

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who, taqwa

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favor, he is entitled to be feared and is entitled to forgive. This is the common definition that we usually use when we say Takala means talk Allah means fear his wrath, and expect His pleasure subhanho wa Taala that's the second language we use now. We glorious is he is entitled to be feared and to be shown. That's the third meaning. Sometimes that was linked to the punishment but wha and its location which is the fire or two it's time such as the day of rising is he exhausted as he says

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what what up on our budget will caffeine half year about which has been prepared for the caffeine when he says this He

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will go to a nurse or a job or clean, then fear the Fire was dualis people and stones made ready for that gap you sort of

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24 is that is he? What? What who want to join if he he'll over half you have a day when you have your turn to hula, he says exhausted this year, but Taku Yeoman had never been shaken. Half here, also for be able to come and save for another. You know, so what we said what we see on all these is that we have here with us, that Allah subhana wa has asked us to fear what fear the punishment. So the first thing is to build the shield. The second one is fear, fear Allah Himself Subhana wa Taala the third one of Allah saying is ask us to feel what the consequences are feeling the fire, feeling the day when you've been sent before Allah subhana wa Taala and so forth. So three meaningful than

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building a barrier between you what this means Allah subhanho wa Taala second feeling ALLAH SubhanA himself so that you avoid his wrath and earn His pleasure. And the third field the consequences of what you make when you make a mistake. And that's all for the day when it's time before Allah subhanaw taala and also are the biller Jahannam as a punished for those who sin. Now what is the what is included in Taqwa I mean when we say okay talk well I understand that have Taqwa of Allah have Taqwa Allah. But what does it even mean when you say have Taqwa of Allah? Now? Compromised under complete and prevent kappa

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The performance of obligations and abandoning your prohibited matters and Eblen matters properly compromised under or the performance of Berg amended matters and giving up disapproved, disapproved matters, which is the highest degree of telkwa. So here it is mentioned in three things actually more than more than that. We should what what comes what comprises in Taqwa itself, number one doing the obligations. So, if you feel ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala if you're conscious of Allah azza wa jal, if you would like to seek His pleasure, if you want to stay away from Jahannam, what do you need to do? Do the obligatory things. The second thing God Terkel, Mohammed leaving evidence haram? Prohibited

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matters no matter how valuable it is to you, how desirable is to stay away from it. And then he says God, also adding to it doing that recommended things, not mandatory, but now part of your Taqwa and piety. I go away and beyond. I don't have to do the Sunnah but I do it and do more because I want to show Allah Subhanallah I'm really conscious of him and always wants his blood has kind of data and then he says what are called macro hot and leaving aside all these disliked matters ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada he said, Look, this one is probably the highest is like the eyes. Why is that? Because look, if it's not haram, why do you have to avoid it? It becomes harder to leave it when there is no

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incentive such as it's considerably being haram for example, and that's why it's so important and very precious to leave the mcru hot even at this like bar just away from them to create that buffer between you and what ALLAH SubhanA made haram. So he's mentioned this as a sign of course over the Matakana sorta Bacara Nam.

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Allah says exalted see

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me kita Eva fi good monoterpene I let me know whatever volume you up Munna surah I was up by now

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while letting me know whenever

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you like

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public what has brought you Mulino. And so, so this

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session first, I mean, that is the book without any doubt. It contains guidance for those who have tough for those who are demand or unseen, established SOA and get what we provide for them. Those who are the man who has been sent down to you and wise and what was sent down down before you and are certain about the half. What is the most common theme of the Moroccan on this version, this versus over here? The most common theme of this of this over here,

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but even in the unseen, which means there is absolute submission, to believe in the unknown in the unseen. Like the first thing when Allah says this is the book, there is no doubt on it, guide us to the righteous ones. Who are they, the first thing he says those who believe in the unseen because reality and reality, everything will come to the matters of faith is an unseen thing for us. Like what ALLAH SubhanA wa Have you ever seen in

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both of his signs? We see the attributes through His creation subhanaw taala you believe in that even you haven't seen through your eyes? The Prophet sallallahu Salah Have you seen it? We haven't. We read all these stories and we believe in these stories. We believe them as if they're truly truly which because they truly happen because we believe in that so it's all based on what you believe in the unseen. So it's extremely important to have that in mind. Because I believe that and then he says you came on to Serato Omar is an infrequent they pray and they give charity those are tangible things. Then he went back again to the unseen well then the mountains re like and they also believe

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in what was even before you that's unseen why mountains Roman Catholic what was given to you and also before we it so will occur to me your Quran and about the hereafter they're absolutely certain

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so that's one of the major signs of the mood talkin to elaborate on that. Remember algebra Mr. BURROWS Rahim Allah Tala he mentioned now. The Moto Who are they? So let's go towards says Who are the people of taqwa, Marvin gerbil said more even give us the cryo be given a new rising were the people of Taqwa. They will stand in proximity to the All Merciful and you will not be himself or consider them. So from they said to him, were the people of Taqwa he said people will protect them. So some attribute in foreigners to Allah and for worshipping idols, as they make their worship truly for the sake of Allah. So from this point onward, a mammogram to them are about to demo him Allah is

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going to be mentioned in the few statements from different parts from the Allamanda set of Sahaba and others about who are the Mottaki. So I want you to read on your own Inshallah, that about one particularly on page 262 what it says COVID hubbie. The second paragraph, where it says dolt even Habib, said Taqwa is

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IBFC Topo is that you act in obedience to Allah

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Apparently from Allah, hoping for a reward from Allah, and that you give up or disobedience to point out like from Allah, you're in the punishment of Allah. This is one of the most common definitions actually of Taqwa that whenever you worship Allah Subhan Allah says but I talked one time, Roberto, Atilla, that you act in the obedience of Allah subhanho wa taala. Allah Nudelman Allah having that knowledge and insight from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. Ye hoping for the reward from Allah azza wa jal and you avoid the of course the mercy of the disobedience of ALLAH SubhanA wa Donna having that insight and light and knowledge in your heart about Allah azza wa jal hoping for the of course, the

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reward from Allah and feeling the punishment of Allah subhanho wa Taala is one of the most common definitions of Taqwa. So it's between doing good and staying away from bad as simple as that. So if we move next inshallah Allah wants you to move to the next page.

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Next page on page 262. What it says here, most dominant meaning of Taqwa when we use Taqwa what is the most common meaning we use for Taqwa? The usage of Taqwa in the center or in the fear, the things which are forbidden is often the dominant one has ever said when he was asked about Alcoa, and he said, Have you ever taken a path covered in thorns? He answered, yes. Yeah, he asked, How did you behave? He replied, If I saw the one I tried to avoid it or skipped over where I searched for it before. He said that it stopped.

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So that's that's basically another meet another common meaning a definition of Taqwa says, What is the opposite? Have you ever been in a field where you have phones and says, yes, what do you do? Well, I hold my thought from the bottom to avoid being you know, any hit or at least caught by the by the songs. And I watch what I put my feet because that's Taqwa itself. Exactly. That's how talk was you walk into a minefield of sins. Be aware of that, stay away from it. Move on to Dukkha acknowledge.

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The source of turquoise in slave knows what you must be. Well, you must be aware, and then he avoids it. So what he says Have a look. I mean, how can you have Taqwa if you don't know what you're what you're doing Taqwa for how you'd have you have to do fear something unless you know the essence of it properly. So Allah subhanaw taala. You need to know who Allah is. In order to have a proper Taqwa of Allah. You need to know what is the Ibadah so you can do it properly. What is the center avoided, which means it says Taqwa cannot be achieved unless what you have the proper knowledge for it. And the more you know the better you will have inshallah Taqwa with Allah He to Baraka with Allah.

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The last thing I want to share with you here Inshallah, in general, the summary and general Taqwa is what advice always creation to have and as the Messenger of Allah, Allah He was counsels is

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when he solarized Allah Musa point in a mural over a military expedition, who advise him personally to have Taqwa of Allah and to treat the Muslim within well not so this is how the prophets Allah said I'm always actually give this up they will say to everybody, and from the net for the following paragraphs environment, Raja Rahim Allah who recorded multiple Hadith, showing how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam kept advising some other Sahaba as they go on a specific journey expedition and so on, shall we we're going to continue with that subject with Nila next week and talk about the second statement vanilla heat the water colder May Allah subhanaw taala grant us that taqwa in our hearts

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are below alameen and make us among those who listen to the speech and for the rest of it. Well Allahu Taala

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Okay, if you have any questions Shala you can ask you can scan this in the meantime for anyone has any question you can raise your hand in the lassos Yes, yes. Good.

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So the statement of Delta when Habibollah defined turqoise and

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Taqwa and Takoma beta dot Allah Allah Rahman Allah that you, you fulfill the obedience of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada having the light from Elijah, what kind of light is that? He said light of guidance. And what does that exactly mean? You have the knowledge, profound knowledge that gives you that light. Because Allah Subhana Allah does describe that in Northern Ireland or you have the law Nehemiah SHA, Allah has given note over and over Nord and Allah He guides him over wells to his to that light, so that light is required what required if lost and so to disable from sin. Imam Imam Sheva Rahim Allah

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Altana and his famous poetry he says God, one time he was complaining about his memory, because memorization so he felt is getting harder on him. Because I went to complain to my teacher Okay? Culture kotula okay and so I have the version irata Kumasi. I asked my teacher, okay, you know, I'm having a hard time with my memorization. So he said to me, he said you need to abandon all sins. And he said Carl and Elmer Norton, because knowledge is light, one over Allah, Leo dahlias and the knowledge of Allah subhana wa Taala cannot be given to a sinner. So that's what it means or how to light right now. The question here is, can you explain do not receive a trust and do not judge

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between two people?

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So the word Trust, I think the first one is in the Hadith of the Prophet saw someone who was asked, and he was given my advice, because, look, listen, don't take an amount from anybody. And don't judge between two people. This advice was given exclusively to the Sahaba without gelato, Nevada because the prophets have said, Look, listen. You're a good man. But you're not you don't fit these, these, these tasks. So never ever take an Amana which means don't hold in your hand, any trust that belongs to other people, you're not strong enough to keep this trust in your head. Like you're not you're not fit for that. And the second, don't put yourself in a position to judge between two

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You're not you risk your risk, you're self aware. So don't do this. So that's the meaning of this. The trust is basically people giving you a trust and then put you into keeping in your hand and judging between people, if anyone comes for you to ask for arbitration. He says you're not the right person for them, send them to somebody else, or law because not everybody actually is fit for that. Some people are emotional. Some people might be actually lenient some people that kind of start having interpretation and so on Allah

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Buddha now

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is it okay to make personal dua in the search of a fourth salah? The answer is yes makes make dua for whatever you want for matters of dunya and akhira. And don't forget to make dua for us for the inshallah

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Is there any mention of good deeds of good deeds of different levels to make up for specific sense? Absolutely. We're going to cover that in the second statement Inshallah, remember, Roger we will mention that in details like 35 Pages for this, just to make sure sure we understand that.

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Can we call Allah subhana wa outloud when we make dua you can but it's better for you to whisper that as the Prophet says one time he came out in the masjid he found that people making the DUA out loud that even distracting and kind of like annoying each other basically. And so the Prophet SAW started

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to come take it easy on yourself. When acuminata flattered Runa awesome. You're not asked you not ask for someone who's deaf. So therefore, it's easy for its periphery to keep it actually quiet.

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Now another question.

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waiting for questions to show up here on the screen. Yes.

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Is it okay to make to ask for other people to make dua for you. Now, the majority they say you shouldn't like specific

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Muhammad Rahim. Allah has opinions even the crew, you shouldn't be asking people to do that because now you're making the power of DA and their hands.

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So what what's wrong with you? Why can't you make yourself rather than it to say it's better for you to make dua to Allah directly? There's nothing wrong with that. But there was an aeration which is the spirit of authenticity in which the prophets of Allah mentioned to me bukata When I was on a journey yeah Latin ceremonial it if you don't forget in your DUA, it's the spirit of and authenticity of Allah.

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Regarding don't hurt others will your mistakes What if they were hurt, but your action was just calling out their ignorance and wrongdoing? I

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mean, that's a very vague question. It depends on who you are. Are you an authority? Are you a teacher? Are you somebody in the house, for example, or you're just snitching on someone is not only your job to talk about them? So it really depends on the situation. If you have a power over someone, then yeah, you bring it up to those authorities to take care of the situation. That's one thing because now you're trying to

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fix that wrongdoing.

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Sometimes our Taqwa is wavering due to fear instilled by ourselves of the shoulder shaitan How can you overcome this and strengthen our doctrine show next week when Allah there's a there's a paragraph on how to acquire that Taqwa. He's going to be talking about it inshallah. Tana,

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