Taseel Class 29

Yaser Birjas

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh

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Alhamdulillah Allah Amin sallahu wa salam Baraka, Vienna Muhammad Anwar, earlier he was talking a cylinder Sleeman Kathira my bad we welcome you back to the seal class in which we discuss the book of man we will put them at home I love them after Solomon has of course the dean and the book of man Raja Rahim Allah Tala Gemini lumen Hickam in the first book, we are talking about the ebb and the etiquettes of many of our our Ibadat and the secrets of Ayurveda, like what's the essence of your Salah, your fast and your thyroid vida, we talked about the Quran and educative recited the Quran and beautifying our voice with the Quran and the meaning of that. Now in Mandeville, Kodama, Rahim

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Allah, Allah, Allah is moving us to the next level right now that second thing, second best vicar after the Quran is remembering Allah subhanho wa taala. And now he's coming to this point to Sharla xojo Actually here supposed to be on this one here on the arrangement of that car, which is basically that when you provide when you organize your day, to different timings where you get yourself busy and engaged in the thought and the remembrance of Allah subhana wa Taala so let's see what Imam Kodama Rahim Allah says Vietnam

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Bismillah salatu salam ala Rasulillah sallAllahu alayhi salam, the author mmm even Kodama. Allah says, section one set acts of worship for different parts of the day and their virtue.

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Know that when one knows Allah believes in his promise and realizes how short life is it is binding that he leaves all negligence in this short lifespan of his so hamdulillah satu sama Salah Hema Kodama Rahim Allah that He puts a premise over here, because look, if you understand those few words, you will know why this is very important. What are the what are the importance of this? He says call it a hassle thermographer to blur the line Subhana wa Taala if you recognize who Allah azza wa jal is like if you to truly have the knowledge of who Allah subhanaw taala is to you. What does this have you add, and if you truly believe in the promise that He has given you that there

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will be end to this life, and there will be another life in which you will be rewarded or otherwise. He goes if you believe in that, God will Elmo because and if you believe that your life no matter how long we live, it's still considered short in comparison to eternity. You know how short this life is going to be, he says called Voyager but zero then in this case, it becomes mandatory upon you becomes imperative, extremely important for you to realize that look, you cannot you cannot miss the opportunity in this very short lifespan.

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We are going to be utilizing every single breath not every single minute every single breath because you know it's limited and those those breaths are actually limited as well to once one has gone has gone is that gonna come back again to you? He says so if you have these things, you know who Allah is, you believe in His promise that there's a day of judgment. And you know, you know that this this life is very short for you. You realize that you don't want to waste the moment and then now he says, How can I organize my time that not?

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Since focusing on a single type of worship makes the soul knifes weary. One should be gentle

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with it and move it from one act to another. Allah says in El Centro de la and San Juan chorus Mara bigger Boca Raton, sila Wamena Leila first juvenile Layli over Layli first Jo doula who was sub Beth who Leyland so we had mentioned the name of your Lord in prayer morning and evening and during the night prostrate to him and exalt a praise him along part of the night. So Rahim Allah he says, Look, enough's human nature is known to get bored quickly when you do something frequently. So when you do something for many, many times, you start get bored, no matter how exciting it was at the beginning. Remember the first time we visited specific country specific city, a specific, you know, thing that

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you always wanted to visit and see, it was very exciting. Second time was a little bit more exciting, third time, fourth time and then became used to it and no longer actually exciting anymore. Remember, first time you wanted to go on a plane, how exciting it was. And now that just became part of your job, just like you hate the moment you go into the airport. Because it's no longer an exciting thing anymore. It just it's a task. It's a chore right now, because that's the nature of of knifes. It gets easily bored with things that you do frequently. He said, Therefore, it's extremely important that you diversify your activity by that don't always do the same thing

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over and over again over and over again. Which reminds me with the words of an ambassador they love to run a lot of law. When Abbas he used to teach Hadith and the minister Allah salaam, in the masjid, and he would have hundreds and even 1000s of students. Many of these students probably would have.

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They have they have come from a fatherland only to learn directly from anambas, the cousin of the poor

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam so one of one of those moments or every now and then even Ambassador de la and he interrupts the formal class which is the Hadith and teaching about the Quran and so on. And he goes Okay, let's take a break right now. Anyone knows some of those beautiful and look at what Mila and he kind of like anecdotes and stories and some nice beautiful poetry. So one of the those mashallah smart students Yanni, from the back, he was caught up even further. We didn't need to travel away from home just to listen to this. Like we could have stayed at home to listen to those beautiful things. We came here for the Hadith and this and the Sunnah the Quran. He said to him,

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listen to me.

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In the huddle club humble. These hearts they get sour means your energy is not always at that same optimum level. You sometimes have those moments of weakness someone was of callosum I'm getting fatigued and tired. Canfora whoo hoo, Anna, you need to give it some moment for recreation, high self calibration and the Heckman will always share with words of wisdom and some nice poetry. Now back then they didn't have tick tock and Instagram and other stuff like many people they do these days, you get bored you grab your phone and start you know, browsing and Allah musta and you go out of the world. But back then that was their entertainment, finding something nice such as porridge

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and Heckman. So here what he's saying to him all out, I look, you need to diversify. Remember that all the time, divide your time, so that you do different things at different times. During the day during the night at the beginning at the end in the middle. Don't do the same thing over and over again over and over again. You're going to get tired and fatigued. So that's what he means by that and that's why he called it the IRA. Because even Allah Subhana Allah that is still in us here is what to remember him Subhana wa jal in the morning, in the evening at night, doing sujood doing vicar diversify your acts of worship.

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This, this and other verses on the subject indicate that the correct path to Allah will tie is taken by observing different times and filling them with litanies, a lot of worship on a constant basis. Allah says and suitable for Bong, whoa, one lady John and Leila when mahalo federal funds or Lehman or the Dakota Oh, shoot.

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And it is He Who has made the night and the day in succession For whoever desires to remember or desires gratitude,

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in success in here means that each follows the other so that one can make up during one of them what he missed during the other, and that's the name of Allah subhanho wa taala. Sometimes Hamdulillah, you've established, let's say, a new a new tradition of Ibadah to wake up at night. So wake up after half an hour before bed for an hour before failure, because 100 a night is long, I sleep early, so I have plenty of time. So you wake up, but one of those nights you missed it. So what do I do? I'm going to do extra time during the morning. Some other people they can't do during the money because they're busy. Their work schedule is very difficult. They had to be at work from seven o'clock until

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for example 5pm There is no way they can sit down anywhere to read Quran make the Great Divide and so on. So what are they going to do? In this case, they dedicate the time of worship during the night. So it's an AMA from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada that Allah has given us the day and the night alternating so that people they have different times where they can engage in Thailand, a lot of Allah Subhana Allah Monica,

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section two exposition on the number of litanies of the day and the night and their order. So this is not a suggestion from event Buddha. As my first suggestion for Mama Ghazali Rahim Allah. What does that mean? He says, Look, if you're going to divide your time, day or night, that's my suggestion for you. Keep in mind, he is speaking to people of his time, when people didn't have cars, people didn't know they don't go from one place to the other one in seconds. They don't have internet, all that kind of stuff. So for them, for him to make that scheduled. It seems to be for me just like, wow, this is amazing. And this is what I've realized. So I did I wish I can do that. But

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I could barely sit for half an hour at home. And I'm just out immediately going shopping here and shopping. That wasn't the lifestyle back then. So to adhere to these schedules, as as I could say rigid as they are or as structured as they are. That's the dream of everybody lives in this modern time.

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Can you do it? I hope so you can. But we need to run at least this structure. And then you yourself, you know your time you know your schedule. Hopefully you can weave around it and make something that is suitable to your particular lifestyle schedule and timing. And so but the idea is to have a structured way of dhikr. Don't keep it random whenever I have free time or have maybe extra time. Don't want to have that extra time because it's not going to happen. You need to create that extra time by freeing some of that time for the Ibadah and for the TA so this is let's see what he suggests for us or hey Malta

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litanies, a word of the day or seven and the litanies of rods of the night or six, where are you guys gonna put these? Uh, Gemma?

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Six and seven. You're gonna put these in six and the day and the night right? So is it possible? Let's see. So here's your suggested Rahim Allah Tala Bismillah. Let us now mention the significance for the love and purpose of each litani word, and what pertains to it, the first word of the day, the time between the true Dawn and sunrise, the true Dawn means what? You know they have to add on right, there's the first and the second on that. So the first and usually is done to wake up people to pray, to pray to finish the router and maybe get ready for failure Salah, the second one is when the actual Fajr comes in. So he says this is when you start between the second other, the true dawn,

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and then until the sunrise. So what do you say in this time? What do you do in this step?

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This noble time what should if by which Allah Most High has made an oath by it and sort of the queer was sober he that manifests. And by the dawn when it reads stirs when the student of the path, moody wakes up, he should remember a lot and say, before we get the you know, I have to reflect on the word was submitted that in our first panel and live look at the book of diversity.

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When you when you hear the word was submitted that NFS remember the Arabic language, the Arabic language is a very animated language. It's like a living organism. Really, if you can't visualize it, if you can't do live with it, we don't see it alive, moving in front of you, you will never be comprehended the meaning of the words. And that's why the Arabs whenever they formulated their words, their words, and sometimes they reflect the sounds they hear the actions they see. And also eventually is going to describe it's a description. The war is not just an abstract word, it's a description. So when he says we're so busy that manifests when the morning breeds

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What's the meaning of that? How does the morning even breathe? When you breathe you breathe out of what? You're almost like suffocating? What does that mean? During the night? You're suffocating? Why because Allah says well, Lady Diana Shah the night when it overtakes the day, right to take the light and just completely cover that so like basically, you're beating you cannot suffocating in the darkness of the night until you start breathing with the break of dawn.

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So that moment, a moment of relief.

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And you start it just like

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you begin fresh you start breathing again. Imagine if every single day of your life you start with that kind of attitude.

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It's a fresh new, you know, breath for you. It's a fresh breath every single day you open you know Hamdulillah you you remove all what the obstacles behind because now it's a new day for so hey, that Jennifer so that one the moment the morning braids means you are now back to life.

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That's what I mean. You're back to life. What do you do when you're when you're alive right now?

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Hit the ground running. There is no time to waste. There is no time just like so the moment you open your eyes, you start moving, which is why some have described in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam ra i showed Alana she said about the Prophet SAW Selim when he works out for tahajjud God kinda sorta Allah has Allah Salam in common commonly called whatever main philosophy. When the Prophet Salah Salem he wakes up at night, he leaves out of his bed, you know, what's the meaning of leaping out of his bedroom? Ah, he there is no second thought.

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How many of you when they wake up they leave out of their bed?

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Instead of second guessing themselves? Is it really the time? Is that the alarm I'm hearing or maybe I'm just dreaming. You have all these excuses not to get out of your bed. But here the prophets Allah said them the moment he wakes up he lives out of bed because this is it. I'm done. If my eyes open, that means I took enough sleep. It's time to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala I don't want the day starts for us. That's it. You hit the ground running. Because there is no time to waste. This life is short as a MOBA Kodama at the beginning. This life is short, your age is limited and your breaths are limited. And you know that you believe in Allah has promised Subhana wa Tada and Allah

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is there for you so Bismillah hit the ground running now.

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So when the student of path marine wakes up, he should remember Allah and say Alhamdulillah hell lady here. Bow the man Mr. Turner were elated. He Hindu Shula. So Imam Imam Kodama Rahim, Allah right now what he's going to do, actually, he's going to explain at cassava, the morning later, if you have personal Muslim, if you use the fortress of the believer, then you probably will be practicing this one handler regularly. Because all of these other man they have taken these a head from the exact same source had it in a visceral lordosis. Right? And the details of these ahaadeeth and these ADKAR we've already explained a couple of years ago if you guys remember when we used to

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do after US or in Ramadan.

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We used to expend the dua of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and as part of the prophets of Allah Salah we did that during the month of Ramadan after answer. So if anyone wants to hear the explanation in details I recommend for you to go to the Valley Ranch Islamic Center YouTube channel and look for that playlist that car from not this year, the previous year this year we did the donor of the Quran. We start with part one that I have the Quran hopefully show next year this coming Ramadan we do two part to the DR the Quran after rasa, but the year before we did the ADKAR and part of it were these these are current shallow data. So the first thing that he mentioned over here, thought Allah

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Subhana Allah Allah is Allah Salam Alhamdulillah Allah, the IANA Didyma, amat and our Elohim Masha, Allah is Allah if again, if you understand the Arabic language properly, because the English translation does not give the words that have when you sell hamdulillah even the pronouncement of the religious like, the pronouns when it's so sweet Alhamdulillah like you praise Allah subhanho wa Taala and lady here, Anna,

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look, is it a lady here, Anna, like you attribute everything to Him, who brought us back to life who brought us back to live by them and Madonna after he put us down to put us to death, while in the shoot, and to Him our resurrection is going to be what's the meaning of this dua. This is your biggest when you first open your eyes, you immediately admit your belonging to him. This is just like saying in that Allah, we're in an era June we all belong to Allah and to him our return shall be like you admitted. Allah Subhana Allah give me life. He gives me this.

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And when he put me to death during the sleep, as Allah mentioned another idea he said about about sleeping as as alpha. Well what did they do offer can be layered, he's the one who gives you a fat during the night, which means when you die during the night that's almost a surah the minor death and then he brings you back again to life subhanho wa taala. So here, we praise Allah subhana wa Taala the one who gives us life and He gives us death as well to worldly Hindus sure we all belong to Him our life our death plumpton the same meaning of the iron smelter and I'm gonna ALLAH SubhanA wa relatos the professor's MTSA will in us Allah it will know Sookie Wilma Aya OMA materiala Hara

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blindman say to them your Mohamed Salah Tijuana Sophie my prayers and my acts of sacrifice wilmerhale mimetic, my life and my death all belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala if you always remind this, remind yourself that when you open your eyes, that this life belongs to Allah, and this death also belongs to Allah. So I'd rather make my death meaningful and my life meaningful as well to for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala now

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it occurs in the collection of Muslim that even masala Rhodiola says when they came Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi. Salam would say, I would assume he would say I'm saying that what I'm saying well could Allah

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means that when the when the evening comes in, and on the morning he said us Bohannon was biomolecular. He would say that we have reached our our evening here. So we have raised upon the evening, we're Ansel molecule Allah and the sovereignty or belongs to Allah subhana wa taala. Once again, you remind yourself with what of who you are to Allah azza wa jal, you always remind ourselves that this sovereignty of this life and this world belongs to him. Well, I'm Samuel Aquila, well hamdulillah and all praise to Allah azza wa jal like whatever I have whatever earned in this day, all handler praise Allah subhana wa Taala for that, well, Illa Illa Allah I bear with us there

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is no God worthy of worship but Allah wa alone, la sharika no partners associated with him. The whole milk doesn't belong the kingdom of everything and the ownership of everything and the sovereignty of everything. Well, the whole hum All praise belongs to him. Well, who Allah coalition in Kadir and he subhanaw taala powerful over everything capable of doing everything, rugby and because I admit all of that, then I asked asked Allah subhana fourteens remember when we talked about the edit and the etiquette of what do you do? You first start praising Allah subhanho wa Taala and then you're asked for you need another praise Allah subhana wa Taala in a way that is suits his

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majesty. Now I can ask Allah for things so he was in exile rugby as a Luca hiremath he had the hint Leila My Lord, I asked you for the best of this night. But whatever comes good from this night, we'll hire a MOBA and what comes after that night? We're all do because I seek refuge and protection with you from the evil of this nightmare Sheree had the Leila will surely my bad and the evil of this night i What comes after this night. Rob Be my Lord. I owe the became evil Cassidy was so ill Cuba I seek refuge with you from falling into laziness, falling into laziness, because that's what what really destroys our nights and our days is you man. When you come after a long day, work for

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eight hours. 10 hours you come back home. What are you gonna do?

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Your home make will do and start doing 200

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Or you're going to eat your meal and just go into food coma until the morning probably. So you ask Allah to protect you from falling into this attitude because the prophets Allah Salah money used to do what he did Dawa. What did Allah does? The Prophet was described in the Quran con for either for the fun sub, well, a lot of because when you don't give him Dawa, then go and put yourself to fatigue stand up until you feel fatigued. Why is that because I need to work on my own personal energy and skill, I need to upgrade my level. Because if you reach your level of comfort, and you're not working on improving your skills, what happens? They start declining.

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So here we say RBI secrets with you from laziness, I will do become ill Castle WOSU in Cuba, and the evil of al Qaeda actually, it's not Kibber transition over here to evil of arrogance, and old age. What does that mean? hamdulillah some people they age beautifully. May Allah bless him or Bananaman, they're still in their 80s and they still do Quran without even glasses. And they still come to the Mercy driving, you know themselves or walking in the masjid much as some people they age beautifully. Others may Allah Subhana Allah make it easy for them or unblock me they struggle with it in a very young age, relatively speaking. So here is a yarby. I asked when I if you allow me to

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age, that age and goodness and grace. So I don't laziness is by choice. But if I go old, but I have all the problems of getting old, then I won't be able to fulfill your duties. You're a banana. That's what he says.

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So I'm asking Allah to give me health as I aged so I can continue to worship him and making the good of Allah subhanho wa Taala What a beautiful day to begin your day with and finish your day with Subhan Allah and then he says, called rugby, all the becoming either the natty wire that will cover Allah, Allah I'm asking, my lord, I take refuge in You from the punishment in the fire and the punishment and the grief which is a constant, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to do and similarly he said that if you do if you wake up in the morning, or he said the whole US Vahana was Bahaman could Allah you alter the first two words by saying your Allah we reached our morning upon our

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morning and we have all the sovereignty all belongs to you. So you start your day with this and your evening? Now I hope next time you read this Do you realize the meaning of it

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it's not just a matter of repeating the words it's a matter of living by these words inshallah. The next one call then I'm gonna read the text from Jana. So the next one he says Done Bismillah De Lisle doru mas me che on fill out of the what ifs sama who was Samuel Bismillah Hala De La Romana me che fill out of the villa for sama or was semi live in the translation the name of Allah against whose name nothing on the earth or under heaven can do harm he is the All Hearing the All Knowing. So you start your day with this as well too and the evening so you all say Bismillah and by the the Arabic language Bismillah what does it mean exactly? This is actually a summary of a statement. It

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means I begin in the name of Allah or with the name of Allah. Begin what whatever you're about to do. So if you eat you say Bismillah that means I begin eating by the name of Allah subhanaw taala if you're about to get up, I begin my getting up I begin my walk I begin my there's whatever that is. So, what a beautiful thing to begin all your efforts with that you are always conscious that I have this is like saying La hawla wala Quwata in level I have no power, no mind to do anything, except by the word of Allah subhana wa so when you say Bismillah I seek in Allah subhanaw taala his name to do this and that and so on. So here we say. I see by doing this in the name of Allah Subhana Allah

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Isaac Allah azza wa jal in his name, Lao Tzu mas me che and fill out they will have a sama like I seek protection in the beautiful name of ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala and whose name Leila Roma's me che nothing in this earth or the heavens can harm me because he's the old heating or snowing and because I know he's all heating or snowing so I hope that he hears me and he knows what protects me and what harms me so protect performance of Hana. What are you started with this? He should also say what I'll do to Billa Hillman will Islamic Medina or Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gonna be in water Sula. I am content with Allah azza wa jal as my Lord, Islam as my religion, and Muhammad

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Sallallahu wasallam as my prophet and messenger because Subhanallah we were talking today in the women's program on the subject of Raja having hope in Allah subhanaw taala last week we talked about contentment arriba to be pleased with Allah azza wa jal and pleased with Allah's judgment on Patreon.

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so on. And imagine every single day you wake up wherever you see you're pleased. Why is that? Because I know Allah has Hakim, he's one he's wise. And nothing is random in his actions and if Allah allows this to happen to me, so there must be a reason for that. So I'm content with that. Imagine every single day you wake up Hamdulillah you content with the food on the table, the roof over your head, the family that is around you, whatever you see happens here and there. Allah has wisdom. I believe in that. Imagine what kind of lifestyle you love. That's what we learn from the people for us today.

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Allah that's what we learn from the people that was

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people losing everything. And when you ask yourself hamdulillah Allah zeal we have Allah.

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What kind of satisfaction? What kind of acceptance is that? What kind of the level of Eman Of course, they're not angels that everybody Subhanallah at that level. But when you hear many, many people, young ones, and older ones, they all have that kind of level of iman in Allah subhana wa, it just an unbelievable requires lessons for us here in America to learn these things. I've seen this as well from the simple people of the mountains in Morocco as well to those who lost their homes in the earthquake. And you come and you ask them, so what do you have? He goes Hamdulillah we lost the house, but Allah gave us lover

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because we lost our house. But Allah give us give us patients that hamdulillah

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didn't care about the house. Like we said the house we can get it but Allah gave us something that's so valuable. And so be patient. Imagine someone every day they remind themselves for them when they wake up in the morning, oh my lord, I'm pleased with you. My Lord, I'm happy to be Muslim, my lord. I'm so happy and excited to have the Prophet system as my role model as a prophet and as a messenger. Now, technically speaking, what's the difference between an A B and a resume? Well am I give different opinion different definitions, but the most common one is that our Rasul is the one who comes with a new law, a new revelation, and maybe only maintains and continue the, the law of

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the one who before him and that's why Benny Astroid has many prophets. Many, many prophets, because every prophet would succeed the other prophets before. And the Rasul Russell such as Muhammad Salah Salem is Ali salaam, WA salatu. Salam, that would, they were also not just MBR now. Then he says God, and when he performs the morning prayer, Salat al Fajr. Once you're done with the gospel, Salatin failure, this is all what you've just mentioned earlier. He said when you open your eyes

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when you open your eyes, and you wake up in the morning, you say these things now when you pray, you're fragile. He says he says 10 times with his legs folded before speaking. Now there is a Hadith verse of the spirit of kilometres of authenticity about folding, keeping your legs folded before you you move. So when you finish your thought and further ceramic Rahmatullah ceramic amatola Before you start stretching your legs and standing up and going back to lean on the wall, before all of that stuff, while you're still in the same position in the Tisha hood, setting seating position basically says, you should say this instead of 10 times God, La ilaha illa Allah Hua la sharika Lovell Mulk

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Well, I will hand you He will you meet Wahoo Allah coalition. So there is no God but Allah, who are the worship of Allah, who is alone, he has no associates panna cotta, Allah To Him belongs the sovereignty. And To Him belongs, the praise is powerful over everything. So I remember you saying that 10 times before you move your legs. And you can see that at first your time, and also a matter of time, as well too. Is it mandatory to keep your legs folded to mention this da? No, not necessarily. But it's a recommendation that you stay in the same position that reciting these words 10 times before we start moving. Then he said he should then recite the master supplication for

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repentance say you the list of far and we explained that there is still far in the series I talked to you about in details, you can go back to it in sha Allah Allah, what an unbelievable Yanni to do man. I don't know if you understand that the point when ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada sent the Quran to the Arabs, they were mesmerized by the beauty of the usage of the words and the language in a way that is just majestic. The way the words are put together, the way they're pronounced the meaning that that formulated from this kind of arrangement is beyond any, any time anything that they've ever reached in terms of the beauty of the language and they were the Master of Speech.

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They are the masters of speech at that time. And the Quran can supersede that. The Sunnah of the prophets, Allah salah, not like the Quran, but even the words of DUA and decrypt the Prophet said about Allah because he knew Allah Subhana Allah Allah is inspired. The Prophet says I'm with these words. They're not Quran, but they also have the exact same power. So here he says, can you begin your drivers and Allahumma Anthropy

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differ first thing acknowledging your weakness to ALLAH my lord. You are my Lord, which means I'm your servant. I'm your slave.

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La ilaha illa and I were witnesses

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No God worthy of worship God, you collect honey, we're Anna Abdo. You created me and I'm your service. I'm your slave. And by the way, the pronouns used in here are actually singular pronouns. Because that's that dua is a very personal individual dua between you and Eliza. It's not plural. It's very individual, because you created me and I am your slave. Well Anna, deca, DECA master, and I will be hold observing my covenant and promise to you as much as I can, and Hamdulillah that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam included what is your ma must have thought as much as I can imagine if it wasn't there

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who can be constant on fulfilling the promise and the covenant with Allah subhanho to that level? So that's part of the Rama of recognizing our weakness as human beings that your Allah as much as I can

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you become in shall Remus or not. It's not now he says ice cream for genuine with you from the evil what have what I have committed. Now here, he's not saying if I committed something No, no, no, I know. I do. I know. I know I have done already. So already I'm already admitting to my Lord, before even they happen. I seek refuge with your protection with you and from you from the evil of what I have done. And he says Mossad masks are not part of the adult. He didn't say what you made me do he didn't say that says what I've done. So attribute in that sin and mistake to themselves who have been admitted metrica Ali, I admit your blessings that you bestowed upon me what will occur with me

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and I also admit my sin that I've committed against you fulfill your Allah forgive me for in the whole lie or for the rubella and because there's no one forgive the sins except you. What a beautiful day. If you just sit down there and make your at clergyman instead of rushing through the car, just consciously recite these words, and think about the meaning of these words. He should say call us Barna. Alfetta to this lab.

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We have entered the morning on the disposition of Islam, the nature of Islam, of being servant of Allah, I'm not in control of myself, Allah has a veto of everything, where Allah Kennametal effortless and on the word of sincerity, which is La Ilaha illa Allah that to make sure that you worship number Allah, wa ala de and Avena Muhammad and on the path of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when while miletti abena Ibrahima Hanifa Muslim, a woman Kenema Mushrikeen and the religion of our father Ibrahim, the upright who was not one of the adulterers likes Paola, one of the beautiful things about Muslims. Although some other religions they claim to

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have more rights in Ibrahim Ali salaam than we do. But who mentioned Ibrahim in the life more than anybody else?

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Muslim in in every single Salah you say Allahumma Salli ala ala Muhammad Ali Muhammad ko masala dalla Ibrahim Ali Ibrahim O'Gara, Cara Muhammad Anwar Mohammed Omar Abdullah Ibrahim Ali Ibrahim, always, every single day during the day and during the morning in the evenings, you always remember Ibrahim Allison and that's a constant reminder for us, that we belong to one chain of MBR and the path is one and of course the message is the same to submit yourself to the word of Allah Subhana Allah to the will to Allah azza wa jal God Allah who must add your Allah as the holy Dini or be rectified from my family, my religion, Allah who asked me to emanate the protection of my efforts

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because my deen is everything for me more valuable to me than anything in this dunya but then also your Allah was the Hey dunya Allah TV hamachi My Lord also rectify my my worldly life for me in which I it's my there's my living

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so I can get that in the after I want this here as well was lovely i ferati allottee remedy and the Allah rectify my afterlife because this is this will be the place where I'm going to be going what I'll have the elderly if you could live I'll make this life an increase from from every single good. Like don't make this to decrease my higher my earning living long and alarmist and messing up on everything instead living longer and add more to the higher watch. I will mouth or Hatta living culture and your Allah decree the death for me if death is becoming an arrest for me from all evils. Sometimes we see what's happening in the world. And we wonder if living is better than dying.

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or dying is better than living. But as long as you're still breathing, you make sure that every moment in this in this life in sha Allah Allah increase in height, weight and then as the Virgin remember himolla data is called Allahumma Anthropy.

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This was about data by the way, in terms of authenticity is weak, but we're going to go over them quickly.

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insha Allah says Allah Houma and Darby la isla and allocative Acle Oh Allah you my Lord. No, no god worthy of worship but you. I know you could have a cult I rely on you. One Tara Bhullar Shalabi YOU THE LORD OF THE GREAT ash, the throne, masha Allah hookah and one Mala mashallah Mia could I admit whatever Allah was to happen will happen and what Allah was for it not to happen will never happen. La hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah because there is no mighty power except in the hands of Allah subhana wa Allah Allah Allah you love him. He is the Most High the greatest. And Allah Allah coalition in Kaduna, I admit and I know that Allah subhana wa Tada is powerful of doing all things.

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When Allah has got the heart of equally che in Elma and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada has encompass all the knowledge of all things Allahumma are all the becoming sharina See ya Allah as it grapples with you from the evil of myself. Women share the Coulee Dam that but an antacid and Baneasa and from the evil of every animal, every creature, every beast in this world, that you are in control up in Nairobi, Allah Serato Mr. Clean because my Lord is definitely He leads me to a straight path to him.

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So he says that these are supplications and words of remembrance that no Muslim a person of course endeavors to seek guidance to when the afterlife should overlook which if you reflect on the meaning of this word, absolutely, it is absolutely true. And he then he goes be saved before he sets out to the morning prayer he should have these words inshallah to Allah what you're going to be continuing next time being as diligent so we'll continue that part and shallow Tana next week in sha Allah who has chosen and by the way next week is going to be our final session before we take a break for the winter break and Sharma.

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So those are having the second book with us insha Allah Tala. We are still continuing from Hadith number 18 Hadith a bit more, a bit or the Alon handler of bloglovin Solana Vera Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam about cardamom Raja Rahim Allah Allah and ebitdar in Oman Radi Allahu anima Anna Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam makan. It took Allah has imagined what we are say that hazard Tempah. We call it the NASA hooligan Hassan. This is nothing but a roadmap for life. In which the prophets Allah Suleiman suggested says have Taqwa of Allah wherever you are, and follow up around x with a good action which will face it and treat people with good character and good manners. We explained the

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first part which is the meaning of Taqwa and we came to this point inshallah to Allah and that will be on page one page

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263 to 63 We're going to go to page 63 inshallah Diana

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All right

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now he's gonna summarize the the definition of a duck where it says in general taqwa, go ahead, this Bismillah he was salatu salam ala Rasulillah. The author says, in general Taqwa is what Allah advises all of his creation to have an end it is what the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam countenances from when he saw the law, morally, he was salam used to appoint enemies over a military expedition. He would advise him personally to have Taqwa of Allah and to treat the Muslims with with him well, so what he says Rahim Allah said look, Phil Joomla. In summary, like this is absolutely the most important in the province doesn't ever advise that people whether it's on public

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level, or on a personal level, Winston's leaders O'Meara, an expedition, he reminds me that you have the Taqwa of Allah subhanho wa taala. Now, as an example, when the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi, wa salam delivered the farewell address.

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On the day or on the day of sacrifice, he counseled people to have Taqwa of Allah and to hear and to hear and obey their leaders, when he exalted, exalted people and they said to him, it is as if it is as if it is an admonition of leave taking two advices. He said, I can tell you to have Taqwa of Allah and to hear in a way in the lism so the hadith is a long Hadith in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was given them an advice. So the Sahaba they sense the urgency of what he was talking about. And they felt the prophets as a as if he was giving something and as if he's, he wants before the time is up before the time expires. He wants to give whatever he can call you or a

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sort of lucky number or that someone that you're speaking to us as if this is it.

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You've been in us for well, for Osen then give us what is it that you want us to hold on to what is the most valuable thing that you can you advise us with? So if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he would give them something would be the most valuable thing in that moment for them for life in the dunya and data, and what advice the Prophet says I'm sure is to give them God. It took a long you have the Taqwa of Allah subhanho wa taala. And the Taqwa of Allah, the spirit with which we spoke about the meaning of it previously, just basically it's a shield right? between you and Allah Subhana Allah to Allah has limits, and it's also feeling the point of view of Allah subhanho wa

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taala. It's a constant reminder that you belong to Allah as soldier. Now, in the lengthy let's let's move on to set from the first right act and generations, the first right acting generations continually advise each other in this way.

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So the rodilla used to say in his football, I counsel you to have Taqwa of Allah, and that you praise him with that to which he is entitled. And that you mix, longing and desire with fear. And that you unite being demanding with your asking Allah, because ALLAH, so

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praise the career in his career at Scilab and his family when he said,

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Now the immediate shaytani R rajim. in Nome, can we use your own Phil Phil karate? Will you the rune and blow her bang, what will happen? What can we learn? Fortunately, the outtake each other in good actions, calling out to us in Germany, and in no and humbling themselves to us.

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When it came to Abu Bakr,

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he appointed on my he called him and give him some advice, that waste of time, which he used to which he said to him was, have Taqwa of Allah, or my or my, to his son. But let's stop here. So the whole point of this chapter that is going to continue maybe for next couple of pages, in which he will be explaining that look, the Rasulullah Hassan was the codeword example. Those who loved the Prophet saw some of the most, they also did what when they were advising each other what they would advise each other with Taqwa.

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They follow this example. So he said, Oh, because they did that. Rama did that. And you're going to bring examples also of other Sahaba Ali Raja Alon, Omar Abdulaziz a set of a solid, past generations he goes like, generation after generation after generation. Everybody comes later will advise people with observing taqwa, because that's the essence of our deen. If you have the conscience of ALLAH SubhanA wa Donna, then you are the winner in the dunya. And in the aftermath, that's the meaning of actor of his of his chapter here. So let's move on and shallow Tara to page 265. The bottom of page actually 266.

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When he when he, what he

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what he meant by saying

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it that's the law. hijama couldn't have Taqwa of Allah wherever you are, have Taqwa of Allah wherever you are. So that's the statement of the Hadith itself is now not explaining the words of the Hadith themselves. When the Prophet saw Sam says, Have to Attila Hi tomahto and have Taqwa of Allah wherever you are, what he meant by that was in and was in secret and publicly when people see you, and when they don't see you. We mentioned from from the from the hadith of a brutal ruler and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, I counsel you to have Taqwa of Allah in the secret of your affair, and publicly and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to say in his

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application,

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as as a local for Hitec Philippi worship.

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I asked, I asked you for fear of you while while unwitnessed and when witnessed so if we talk about the essence of taka what would it be?

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What's the essence of Taqwa?

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But to be conscious of what, specifically, secretly, much more than, than than opening, I mean, what's the point of coming in the messenger mashallah observe a sense of Jonnie, Shu and Taqwa and so, it's beautiful, no doubt about it. May Allah subhana bless you with that terrible Alameen. But what's the point of that if when you go home, you violate all these beautiful, you know, advocates and afloat and what's the point of that? With people you're kind, you're gentle, your smile, you're loving, you're caring. You go home, you're a monster. What's the meaning of that?

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When your family is supposed to be the first people to observe and receive actually your kindness and gentleness and so on. So, so what's the meaning of all of that? So here when it comes to taqwa, exactly to observe taqwa, privately and publicly the essence of Taqwa is you truly have that fear of Allah subhana wa Bucha, observant, observant Allah azza wa jal, particularly when no one else is watching. That's when you truly have that Taqwa of Allah as diligent. So this dua is a beautiful data memorize

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Aloha My name is Luca, Luca sharetec. I fill Arabia was shahada, your Allah, I asked you to help me have the fear of you while and witness and also imagine I'm also witnessed. Imagine when you make a drag on your Allah's agriculture shed a couple of debuts shed your shed helped me to observe that duck walk publicly and privately secretly and openly all the time, remind us about that one shall not be

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fearful when being witnessed and while unwitnessed is one of the measures which which cause salvation. We have seen previously the hadith of a boy to fail to learn from from Murat look at one particular way

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that the prophets of Allah Guarani was salam said to him, Be modest before Allah with the modesty you will show before a man of some standing from your family. This is the necessary cause of Secret, secret fear of Allah. Because whoever knows that Allah season, wherever he is, and that he observed his, his inward and his outward his secret and his public and seek to keep that in his consciousness during his moments of solitude, that will necessarily cause him to give up acts of disobedience disobedience done secretly. And that's again explain the sick the secret the meaning actually the essence of the taqwa the story of our Tofail actual model, the ultra Madonna says when you try to

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observe the meaning of taqwa, he says, Remember,

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if you have Haber, someone from your household, someone that you you, you care that your reputation in front of them always good that you don't want to tarnish your name in front of these people that you have some of the elders some of that your uncle's, your aunts and so on. And you always want them to look to you in a way that has all of the hamdulillah beautiful. Imagine now, if they hear about your bad deeds, in public or in private, how would you feel?

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Wouldn't you feel ashamed to stand before them, knowing that you're going to have to see them because they're from your family, and you're going to have to go back to them again. They're going to have to see you and you see them, you feel all the shame. He says, You should at least treat ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala in the same manner,

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observing that Taqwa because, you know, Allah sees you and he will know about what you do. So when you know that you're going back to Allah subhana wa Tala have that sense of Hashem and higher that bashfulness and shyness that you want, they will be standing before him, and he will tell you what you did. So be aware of that. That's the meaning of the Hadith as the story he mentioned it now. The Quran indicates a sense this sense in his words, Exalted is He? What the local law let's eat as a luna ve will affirm in no law icon or Aleikum, Rafi

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have Taqwa of Allah, who in whose name you make demands on one another, and also in respect of your families? By the way, what were you continually so this is the very beginning at the very beginning of Surah Nisa like what Allah Subhana Allah was speaking about the social reform to the society and certainly the first thing he began with his word, that look, beware of Allah subhanho wa taala. And also know that this is what you use, use ALLAH SubhanA wa Stockwell in relation to each other as well to be clear of observe your Taqwa of Allah in relation to dealing with one another. So the essence of Taqwa is that we're doing it that secretly and privately more than just doing it

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publicly. Let's move on to page 268 Insha Allah Tala.

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The meaning. The meaning is that when the prophets of Allah already was salam Council Murad Padilla Rotella one to have Taqwa of Allah in secret and in public, he got into that which would help him to do that, which is that he should, he should be shy before as he will be before a man of some standing in his people. That means that he would, he should always bring to consciousness, Allah's nearness to him, and his watching over him, and then he should be shy of his gaze upon him. So always remind yourself for that, what if you have someone that you respect in your household that your will be ashamed if they know about what about your dealings? So always remember that Allah

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Subhana Allah does watching over you just like you will be ashamed of someone who you care about now, more, followed that with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam advised him from a put him in charge of some some work, and he came without anything. His wife criticized him and he said, I had one I had one with me who overcame me so just to get explain the story. So my dad became like he was assigned to be the leader there in Yemen, and obviously being the leader Yeah, and you have access to a lot of resources. So when he comes back home he comes empty handed and his wife is just like come on. I mean, the boss I mean shooting actually get something from here and there to get some

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privilege give us something. So what was the answer of why it goes look i In the Arabic in the 70s kind of I love it like I had someone watching you know,

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I couldn't do anything because I have someone watching me, which means he might report me to Omar. That's what he what he wants her to understand. But what did he mean by saying I have someone watching over me?

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Allah subhanaw taala. So she thought that he was talking about someone watching him that he could report him to Omar. And he would fire him basically. So what was that privilege? So I couldn't do anything but he meant by that Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Meaning someone, someone who constrained me and prevented, constrained him and prevented him from taking anything more than a deliverer and meant his Lord, but his wife did attend a supervisor with him and so he complained about him to people I want to know I want you to move to the next point inshallah to Allah on

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community the sin where it says slay manatee me committing the sin when you commit the sin on page actually said on page

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69.

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Boo.

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Boo. So like I said, the real loser is the one who makes it right most of his actions apparent to people and shows his ugly actions to the one who needed to him, then a juggler when

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you know what can we go a little bit back one at one paragraph, where it says Sorry, man at a meet the bottom of 268 the bottom of 268 Solomonic time, is it? Okay? So am I so late one day we say a man would amendment to a wrong action secretly, and arise in the morning, and its humiliation is upon him. Someone else said, a slave may do a wrong action in that which is which is between him and and Allah, and then come to his brothers, and they will see the traces of that on him. And this is one of the greatest proofs of existence of the real God, who requests one for even the tiny apparent, or even the tiny, apparently insignificant actions in the real world before the next life.

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And no action of those who do who do them goes to waste. So what does that mean? He said, like Subhanallah the sin, even though is done privately and alone, it will still show in your action, your behavior and how people perceive you probably, you know, even you yourself, really do something wrong. You don't feel great about yourself, you feel ugly. If you're disgusted with yourself, sometimes if you really care.

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If you if you're disgusted, you're unworthy, you feel ashamed. And then when you go out, you try to avoid the people. Why? Because you believe you know what, I'm not worthy of being in their company, the righteous people, they're good people. And obviously, people will notice that. And they will say what's wrong with you.

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So Subhanallah, even if we do things privately, we could expose ourselves, you know, unintentionally, by by altering our behavior with the one that we love the most. So sometimes it's a good thing, if you have a support system, in which whenever you fall into a mistake, or an error that you go to somebody says, Look, man, I need your help. I keep doing this, and I need your help. I need to get out of this situation, someone that you can trust, keeping confidentiality, and it can only help you to get out of that mistake. And that error from this dunya before the ACA, that's very important. And usually Subhanallah just to let you know, yeah. And when it comes to shame, that

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sense of shame, obviously, from doing that shame thrives and secrecy. As long as it's secret, it keeps growing on you and become so big until the ship shaytan uses it against you. But if you bring it out to somebody, and now you know someone else knows Alhamdulillah. So every time it happens, what do you do? At least have an outlet. I can go to talk to somebody, I can go talk to the sheriff, talk to my friend talk to my spouse, and at least I have somebody I can talk to to relieve me from that pressure. But if you keep it secret, and keeps growing on you, what happens what the Prophet sallallahu wasallam warned us against? He said like in

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the middle class, yeah. That the world's only preys on the stray stray sheep. What does that mean?

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If the flock is together, the herd is together, the sheep that the wolf is not going to plow through it.

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The wolf pack what they do, they try and actually to try to kind of like go on and in a way to separate one or two sheep. So the one they attack from one direction, the herd might can get confused and go in two separate directions. And as they try to get back together, one or two might separate, and those become the easy prey. And that's what the shaytan does, would that shame. You started it's our grown annual so bad to the extent that you realize, you know what, I can't be here anymore. I mean, I should leave them and once you do that, you become an easy target to the shutdown. So never ever allow the shutdown to take away because of the secret sin. Let's inshallah

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come to finish this with the last version. The next point where he says, actually necessary advice

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When the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they mentioned yeah call God keep keep it I think that's the point that one we want to mention to continue reading it.

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No real, no real or self concealment, is of is of any use against his power. Now, the first unit is one is the one who puts who puts right that which is between him and Allah. Because for whoever puts things right between him and Allah, then Allah will put things right between him and and the creation.

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Whoever seeks the best of people with that which earns the displeasure of Allah, then then the person who praises him, will come to play for him. That's the worst of all prophets of Allah ceremonia says Carmen Adana, Miguel de La Habra suck up the nurse or the Allahu Allah Who are the other hiddenness if someone please Allah subhana wa taala, even if that earns him the displeasure of the people, Allah Subhana Allah will be pleased with him and bring the pleasure of people for him.

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And whoever pleases the people, if in the end the displeasure of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tala Allah will be displeased with them. And he will make the people displeased with him. Like if you're gonna always focus on the people to please them, they're not going to be happy with no matter how much you try.

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No matter how much you try, you know, if you tried to fit in a group, and they keep looking down at you and no matter what you do for them, just to join that fraternity, for example, that group, imagine what will happen to

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nothing. You always feel humiliated. But if you only focus on Allah subhanaw taala will bring the people to you, Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for all of us, your Bananaman, Allah. So inshallah we're gonna stop here next week. Inshallah, I don't want to come back we will have statement number two. The second advice which is actually a very lengthy advice, it took about 36 pages just to explain that and towards the end, he said, The reason why I had I took longer because I believe it was very important message. So he was discussing few things. Some of these things is when you commit sins

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What gets erased when you do Toba? Is it the major or the minor? And it says Does it get erased completely? Which means is we removed completely from your books or not? And then do you have to avoid the major ones for the minor ones to be forgiven? Or what so he has very technical actually questions but interesting question shallow data we're gonna discuss next week but as we have a lot of the other items panicle

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let's see if you have any question Shala

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yes

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to talk to somebody who made a very good point so the question is, if if I'm supposed to be talking to somebody about my mistakes in order for me not to always feel the shame and so on. So what did that candidate what

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the fact that I should be should keep my sins concealed. True. If you can keep your your sins conceal and overcome them easily, and sector which we're going to discuss next week in shallow Tana as that

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was the meaning of erasing erasing this what does it require? What do you require from you to do to erase the sins is Toba is Anna fauna. So if I can do this then don't tell anybody about us capable Jun and Allah Subhanallah but if your guilt is burning you to the extent that if you don't get it out is gonna start growing a new until it separates between you and Allah subhana wa Randa Amma they know you've actually talked to somebody for help. Mala Ha, not

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just any question.

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So we have a question actually online here.

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So regardless, when we discuss that when you wake up and you hit the ground running, what if a single parent or one of the spouses is sick, which the other spouse has to hit the ground running every day to take care of the kids and the spouse but this was busy schedule keeps a person from doing what they want to do in life or doing extra prayers or do service larger community or not being able to come for Solidum as being busy with all these things and so on. So that concert fitness in order to consider the Ibadah May Allah subhana wa Taala reward you or Brahimi for what you do. Look, not everybody has the privilege of having kids to care for everybody has the privilege

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of being married honestly to have a responsibility or their spouse and so forth. And some people regard it as different than others. And if you remember when we talked about the from the book a moment ago Kodama Rahim Allah Allah Allah He said, Look, not everybody is actually is qualified to do certain evidence. Some are good with the Quran. Others are good with salata lay some are good and fasting and some are good with money and guess what some are good would not have these things. But what is their best Ibadah is to be dutiful to their parents, taking care of their children, making sure to have their household being taken care of and so on. Like even when the lady has made it to

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second on Zarya. She came to the Prophet Salah Salem college era Salah

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region, the Laguna Lake, men are taken over

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are like we can't have access to you. They undo all the good deeds are taken. They're taken all the good deeds. They pray with you and Gemma, they go Jeff is a biller, they go to hedge funds, so what is left for us? So the Prophet says I was very impressed with her question because she's asking, you know, if they're doing all the good deeds, what is left for us? How can we compete with what they do when we have so many chores to take care of at home? So the prophets, Allah salami, he turned to the men and he says, Have you ever heard someone who is more eloquent in their, in their address of the of their question like, like, what a brilliant question is saying, so let's look at this. How much

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they concern about the antidote, the reward from Allah subhanaw taala. Then he turned to the lady and he says, can go to the woman who brought you here who sent you here, like as an envelope on their behalf to speak on the ground, or rally men and a husband who can always do the delicate cooler. Let them know that if you take care of your household and take care of your husband, that's equivalent to all these good deeds.

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What does that mean? The men in order for them to get reward, such reward, they have to come to the masjid they have to wake up for Frigidaire to do this, they have to do that they have to do that. Because they have a lot of freedom.

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Supposedly, the ladies don't have the same freedom. If you want to come to the masjid What do you need to do to make wudu and come? If your wife wants to come to the masjid? What do you need to do? Make sure that you have hammered and Abdullah and Aisha you know, ready and put their clothes on and, and the car seats and this and that and you want to come to them as you drive at 70 Mashallah 70 miles per hour or the karma time, and you still catch the Salah, the first raka but he lives you have to be prepared, you know, an hour before before she can even come to the masjid. And that's what he told me said, Look, whatever you do, when you take care of your household, you get all the

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reward for this. So for them instead of worrying about missing a Gemma and missing coming to the masjid, as they focus on that as an activator for them in that moment, because no one else can do it for them. Especially for example for single moms single parent, and he has to take care of your kids, or you have elderly parents that you have to take care of them. No one can do this for you. So that activity that's probably higher than any other tahajjud are faster Mondays and Thursdays if you're unable to do it, or Lohana.

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And of course as a simple advice, and it's always the little thing that you could do while you're doing your chores is a great such as keep your tongue moist with liquor of Allah subhanaw taala.

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What is the significance of certain dua being repeated in certain numbers but not others? For example, some of the morning and evening? Very good question. Honestly, Allahu Allah. Like why reciting Paulo Allah has three times equivalent to the sound of the whole Quran because it's 1/3 of the Quran, why not one quarter of the Quran? I don't know. Because it's just speaks about the hate which is 1/3 of the of the Quran, some automatic divided out of the quantity for patterns. Why do we decide that dua Allah and Allah Allah, Allah Who 10 times before remove your legs from from their spots and from folding your legs? Why 10 times for example, because the professor said so, so these

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numbers, sometimes the only reason why it's a tablet, like it's pure tablet, which means it tests your obedience, your submission to the will of Allah subhanaw taala just like why do we prefer to raka under four and Maghrib three Why is there any reason for that? Why do we have to make the off seven times for example why we don't have a specific for these numbers. So we just make them for to our Buddha Allah

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so even Kodama Rahim Allah mentioned on several occasions some some a hadith as a Friday Muslim what does that mean? A frog Muslim is actually these are a hadith and Muslim not mentioned inside Bukhari meaning that in one Muslim he narrates that but Bihar did not mention that in his book. So that's kind of like exclusive Hadith in Sahih Muslim

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what do we do with modern sisters who do not take care of their husbands? How do we teach them that the Avada that is very important

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mashallah,

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well, I recommend you go for counseling brother. Like seriously, you maybe take your spouse inshallah to Allah and talk to somebody who can inshallah bring you both together, but the larger Look, no matter what we advise you at the end of the day, Allah Subhana Allah says, well Allah by Napoleon, it is He who brought their hearts together low un* them I will order the demand matter leftover in equilibrium on a canola level. If you want to spend the treasure of the earth, all of it to bring their hearts together, you won't be able to do that. Unless Allah subhanaw taala brings their hearts together. So even you and your spouse doesn't matter how many flowers you buy, and how

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many chocolate you get and how many diamonds you buy and all that stuff. And so I know how many meals you cook. That doesn't mean not to do that, by the way. But it doesn't matter how much of this if that's not paired with Da, and sincerity and tahajjud

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and doing things for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada, it doesn't bring the heartache. So yeah, I hear you. Unfortunately, it's actually it's a very serious, serious subject today. And I do sometimes premarital consultation for young couples. And it really disturbs me the attitude, sometimes that comes from some of the younger sisters, when they put their job as a priority in the relationship. And even when they have kids that kids can be put, for example, and daycares and so forth. Look, people have different circumstances, I understand that. Especially, we have a huge, huge difference in our household dynamics. Like, for example, you come from a family would your wife

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is is one of three girls, so she had no brothers, who's gonna take care of her, her parents when they when they get to old age?

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Who's gonna do that?

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And she's the oldest of three girls, who's gonna take care of them. If you don't volunteer as the man to tell her, your parents are like my parents, when they get that age article, do you bring them home? What do you expect she's gonna do? She's gonna probably gonna start demanding having her own job. Because I need to take care of my parents. She doesn't have a brother, right? Just like you want, you're expected to care for your parents when they get an old age, for example, you have to expect that as well, too. So yes, our dynamics are different. So the statement is correct. Like, can we teach our sisters to observe the heart of the husband? I hear you? There is no doubt there's so

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much great virtue in doing that. And the brothers are emphasized that many times about the rights of the husband and the heart of the husband. But at the same time, we have to also be cognizant of the circumstances. As men, we need to understand the dynamic might be different why we behave in that fashion. What's the reason for that? If we can inshallah tailor these cases to case by case scenario, it's better than given just a generic any answer but however, there is no doubt the heart of the husband is great, because the professor has stated that as well too. But still, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his gave gave his final farewell hotbar on Arafah What did he says Allah

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Sinha, Potter still sort of in deciding how Iran is I advise you in regard to women. He didn't say to the women I advise with regard to men,

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because he knew men can take care of themselves. But women they did a divine intervention for men to care for them. Wala Hutan sonamarg rahmatullah.org