Taseel Class 30

Yaser Birjas

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa salam ala kind of UNO Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam to Sleeman Kathira to mama bad. Welcome me back to that seal class in which we discuss the book of Imam Imam Kodama Rahim Allah Huhtala matassa in Hajj al Cassadine. In the English translation, at least the first part of it is the inner secrets of worship. Inshallah Allah we've been discussing the last portion of this segment, which is the Adcock make indica making dua last week if you guys remember we we went through the different segments of the day which Imam Al Ghazali Rahim Allah divided into multiple segments about seven of them. We cover the first one which is the

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early time of the day before even Fajr Salah What da what are called needs to be mentioned and now he is going to continue Inshallah, with that portion being Allah azza wa jal starting from what he said to remind ourselves with what he covered, these are supplications and words of remembrance Bismillah Bismillah salatu salam ala Rasulillah sallAllahu alayhi salam, the author Imam even Kodama Rahim Allah says before he sets out for the morning prayer Salat al Fajr. He should pray the Sunnah prayer at home after that he hits towards the masjid and says before we get to the draft Al Hamdulillah Billa aminos Allah Azza karabiner Muhammad roba so remember him Allah, Allah, Allah and

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Kodama, he says before he sets out for the morning Salah Salatin Fajr and before you go out to southern Fajr, he should pray the Sunnah prayer at home. Where is he getting that from? He's getting that from the prophets of Allah. Allah was Ramadan. Because the messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam usually he would he would do tahajjud and then he would, the moment he's done with his tahajjud sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he waits until he hears that done. And when Bilal or Jalon with called Allah and the Messenger of Allah, he would pray to light raka raka tonic Kavita because he's been spending the night trying to hedge it. So when it comes to the summit and Fajr he makes them light.

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So he prays light sunnah SallAllahu wasallam and then he would rest on his right side. He used to actually lean on his side Salah salon, and he were dressed until Bilal comes to call him for the karma and that kind of position of resting that resting position after certain failure by the way, or after actually Daniel Fajr until it's a sunnah Imam even hasn't Rahim Allah Allah he believes it's actually mandatory to do like it's a mandatory thing that you do because of promises him did that. So you need to rest before activate your karma. That's if you wake up or some further comment, but he is the professor had been able to come and call him so he'd get upset about Allah wa salam

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ala, and you go out to pray Salat al Fajr directly. It was also reported that there is no sunnah there shouldn't be any prayer between when you pray your sunnah to refrigerate until your Salah unless you come to the masjid so you pray to hate the masjid but if you decide to insert to pray to extra cow for extra that's not the time for it. The time for this was supposed to be one Hmm.

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Before that was before actually even the Frigid start which means what the hedges but not between the Sudan and the karma other than the Turaga first the height for Sonetel Fajr these truck are very precious. The Prophet Salah Sam says ricotta al Fajr Hi Ramona dunya mafia, there's two raka are further better than this world and all that which is in the in this world. And the prophets of Allah Selim when he traveled, he wouldn't pray the Sunnah except for Sunil Fajr. And the looter besides that he will drop it's all about Allah set him on the journey until he comes back sallallahu alayhi wasallam so he says after you pray your sunnah at home, after you pray, you're sitting at home and

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then you come to the masjid. When you walk to the masjid you say this da this da in Arabic he says con Allahumma in the LUCA Bihac this alien Alec will be helped him I'm sure you had you like for in Nila Maharaj asuran wala Batara there is actually the word is missing the hums over here for any la Maharaja asuran what Batara while Aria and what are some atan heroes to psychotic Optiva I'm robotic. First Luca and trumpet and tonka naman and NAR winter for Legion will be in the hotel for the Aruba Illa. And now technically speaking, this dua was reported by Agnes Sunni imagine other actual books of Hadith. However, the Alama they deem this this hadith to be weak in terms of his

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narration, it is weak especially, there is one statement that gives you the end over here in which he says we have to settle in Alec in the translation. First of all, I still don't understand first and then we explained that it translation all verily I ask you by those who, who asked you, and by this waking of mine, walk with you, of this walking of mine towards you. I did not set out with insolence with filthy with hypocrisy and with vanity. Rather I went out with fear of your wrath and with desire for Your good pleasure. I asked you therefore to deliver me from hell and to forgive me my sins. For verily no one forgive sins except you. So what

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What's the thing that the Allama they comment on FMRP the perspective is the statement what he says called as a Luca Bihac. This Illeana. Alec, I asked you by those who ask you, well, that transitions off a little bit, because as a Luca Behat Elena live. Now I asked you by the hat that you've given those who ask you, like as if I asked you by what you have imposed upon yourself to answer those who ask you. So that statement has a little bit of there isn't any kind of like lacking either with Allah subhanaw Madonna, because no one imposed upon Allah subhana wa that any hacker and the right evidence, it is he subhanaw taala who puts those obligations upon himself? So if Allah Subhana Allah

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put that upon himself then yes, so he for someone to come and say without a proof or evidence, there's a problem with that so they say this statement wouldn't actually fit the what we learned from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salaam Ali, so therefore it's considered actually diminishes overall it's considered weak however, the meaning of it the rest of it, of course is beautiful. There is no doubt about it. As well as I'll be happy and I'm sure I had also I asked you by the imposing upon Allah our response because me walking towards you and for you, finding them awkward or Shambala. Batara I didn't come out, you know, to show off or try to create a fitna answer. So this

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again, if so, memorize that. If you avoid the first two stimuli, it's fine. Otherwise, it's not actually an obligation to decide that but the point is, when you go out to Seattle Fajr make sure to start your mock war your morning walk with the crew of Allah subhanho wa taala. As you come to this robot is very precious. Everybody has a rotten future now.

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When he enters the masjid, let him abide by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam words in his sage, when he went in any of you entered the masjid, he should send prayers upon the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and say Allahu meph testily wherever Rama tikka, so you say Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad, Allah Medallia Baba rahmati that's the DUA. So when you come into the masjid you say, Allah whom Mufti li Ababa Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad, Allah Mufti li Ababa, Ramadan now will open me for me the doors of your mercy. When he exits let him say Allahumma inni as a Luca minffordd Lika Oh, I asked you by your grace, and there's some other notion to say Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad

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Allah Hi, my name is Luca midfoot live. And as you can see the DUA is really as appropriate to the action itself right? Because when you come to the masjid what you're looking for right now forgiveness mercy Rama you're trying to get Yanni the Hydra Tomas from Osama from heavens, right. So Allah Mahalia Mohammed just like I'm opening the doors of the masjid Yeah, Allah make this opening of this door and open to your mercy. And as you leave the masjid after you making the robot and your Salah and your TA what you're asking for you're asking right now from Allah and provision your OB I'm leaving right now start my day your OB I would like to

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earn the rest that you have prescribed for me. So make it easy for me Aloha My name is Luca Binford like so that when you come into the module they say Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad wa ala Muhammad Allah Muhammad Ali Baba magic when you live alone masala Muhammad Ali Muhammad Allah Khomeini as Luca minffordd Look now

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after this he should try to get into the first row stuff and recite similar remembrance of the call and supplications at the as he waits for the Congregation for the congregation prayer to begin what is he assuming over here Gemma first of all is speaking to men right? So the first line is appropriate for the for the men in the saddle Gemma obviously that's what the Prophet saw some recommended for the men the other thing what is he assuming over here from US Surgeon ma

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What is he assuming from you

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that you come in early

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none of the time a time

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right? Like mashallah want to hear the camera there's about a line and a half to Baraka ramen. By the time the Imam says that Mr. Muhammad Allah so Agatha, Marcia, we have four four lines, beautiful Asha Allah, about 200 people handle origami, that's beautiful. But still, he's assuming that you should come actually as early as possible to get the hierarchy that you can get between the Adhan and the karma now.

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After the prayer, he is encouraged to stay in his place till sunrise. All right. What do we mean by that? And what's the point? What's the benefit of doing that? There's a there's a DA here, there's a hadith and we're going to speak about this because we've all debated the meaning of finishes rather than Fajr and staying in your place to make your deck a map. And it's Rhodiola one who narrates that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said, Whoever performs better in congregation then sits in remembrance of Allah until the sunrises, then praise two units of prayer. It was for him like blessing of Hetchy phenomena completely, completely, completely. May Allah subhanho wa Taala give

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without a word or parliament, or hive Hassan, which was acceptable in terms

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authenticity. Here the prophesy says masala Phaedra Phaedra Ma. He says if you pray Fajr in German so the condition for this reward that has mentioned this hadith is that you pray Fudger in Gemma, you don't pray at home. So that applies to the men. We're going to come to the woman section afterwards. So if you pray Fajr fija MA in the masjid some MCCA Allah escuela the Arabic Texas Claddagh yet Corolla, which means here to unset until the sunrise, what's the meaning of cada escuela yet Corolla is understood, meaning you make it your dhikr you read Quran you make dua, you do this be at Cairo sobre el Moussa, many of these Khairat reading the book on higher just sitting

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there reflecting as well and according to the book, all this counts as dhikr but grabbing your phone as calling your emails, checking the news, answer your your your your text messages, that doesn't count as the clergyman unless you're sending mashallah and remember to the researcher so the El Cap today remember, that's that's, that's our shallow data. So you're doing the key that's number one. The second thing what about the meaning of sitting in the masjid does it mean sitting in the boundaries of the masjid or sitting where you finished your salah

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I believe personally, which was we were taught by some our Alma Yanni that the meaning of it is actually is that you stay in the same spot, you stay in the same spot, that's when it gets really hard.

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But if you're gonna get up and go to the back and then go to the front and then go to the bathroom, and then come back again to the main you know, Main Hall and then go back to the multipurpose room, you just killing time over here. There's no consistency. But if you stay in the same spot than that, what counts the evidence for this can be taken from from generation.

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xers Muslim in which the Prophet SAW Allah says was said that kind of Salah Salem, either Salah al Fajr. When the Prophet says amused to prefer to rob the Athena jealousy he, he crossed legs in the same spot in his place. Right here when he finished his salah, he would cross leg which means what he rests his legs, from the Shahid position into crossing his legs Allah sent to get a comfortable position called hot tub, la Shem. So hasna until the sun comes out bright

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till the sun comes out right. Now, is it mandatory to sit like this for this to count? No, as long as you're still in your place? That's what it means. And also there's the professors and do that every single day. Not necessarily. He did that many times that he was seen doing it. So I want to lie was LMRA and also in the tub Ronnie was mentioned while some of the promises some so let's call them my Tabatha. So my saboteur had to serve behalf of HUD of Doha from metabo which means he remained there. He remained there until he prayed Abdullah Wichman Tilson went up and he prayed the Torah crafter was about to lie was that Imani? So if anybody is interested in getting this reward

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for Hajj and Umrah, time maternity, maternity, and methane means completely completely completed. That means you need to make that Jihad and that struggle to stay in the same spot.

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You might say well wait a minute, what if there was a Holocaust Quran over there? Can I just move on from there to that would I lose my spot then? The answer is going to study the Quran more virtuous than sitting in the same spot to make dua and data

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because this benefits only yourself but then when you benefit inshallah from reading the Quran and perfect the Euro citation hopefully help other people as well too. Similarly, there's a after the Saudi ledger for example, there is there's in the other room, should I move there? Or should I say the Muslim masala? Well, if attending the L is more virtuous than the decoration, it's much more important, so therefore it's okay to move. Besides it's not mandatory that you stay in the same spot every single day. If you had to move for a reason that's fine. Okay, I'm sitting there I don't have almost half with me my phone is dead I can't into my phone my must have is not with me. Can I get up

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to grab a must have and sit down? Well, if you do that, I hope it still counts for you. But if you employ somebody else I said could you please give me a massage from the dark Aloka that will be great. But if if you Annie, if you know that you might need the most help after Salah be prepared. Good demos have already put in front of you when you've done insha Allah Tala just put it in front of you and that's it. So you stay in your place until after until the sunrise inshallah Alterra how up the sunrise should should be up before you can pray to recap the moment the sun goes above above the horizon call us the prohibition is over you can pray to raka that's five minutes 10 minutes 15

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minutes the longer you wait probably the more virtuous just like was mentioned over here as Shamsul hasna which means was actually already bright wala na 14 should be the duties will have his time supplication do I remember it liquor recital Kira and contemplation pickup. If no one has the Arabic texts you might be missing actually the word of vicar. So he says Rahim Allah

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Load Data there are four wala F which means for duties that you can do in terms of data, what are the kinds of data you can alternate and you can diversify while you're sitting there and making your Ibadah says four things at dua o with the crew world there are two Wolfeboro a DA over dhikr look there are 12 vicar. So dua understood, when you supplicate ALLAH SubhanA wa Donna and you show your poverty and you need for the blessings of Allah subhana wa Tada. That's number one. The second one Paul with vicar and that's when you praise Allah subhanho wa Taala without asking anything in particular, you only praise his name, his beautiful names and attributes of Hannah Montana call.

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Well Tara now we read Quran beside the Quran, the Hadith of the Prophet serasa But he didn't mean by that there are no Quran particularly Carla will figure, look, I got tired, I was excited for an hour. I get tired so I don't have an energy to recite anymore. I don't want to even do dua I'm too tired to raise my hand to make my dua for my daycare. So what do you do? You just sit down quietly reflecting upon the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala reflect on the actions of Allah azza wa jal, the color of Allah subhana wa Taala the life that you live, how is it supposed to be for the sake of Allah, Allah, and that figure is also an activity, Bada is an activity. So eventually, remember this

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formula that he's talking about? He is speaking about these four things and they are a dua Oh, with the crew? Well, there are 12 V crew. So again, da, and Decker, Kira and figure, so every time you want to make they could diversify that hour after fajr. With these four things, divide your time, I have an hour for example, a tensor rise I have 45 minutes, sunrise, I have half an hour until sunrise. So what am I going to do? I would say maybe the first 10 minutes I will do my morning.

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Then after I'm done with that, I will do insha Allah to Anna, my camera, review my Quran for example for maybe 20 minutes. And after I'm done with that, I'm going to sit down there in sha Allah Allah

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and make dua

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when I'm done with my dua, I put my hand down, and I start making difficult and the double of what I've learned, whatever sorry, whatever actually plan to do and show a lot of the hierarchy until I'm sure that the sun is already up and then you get up and you pray to Raqqa imagine if you keep doing that regular live Hamdulillah you won't get bored. So you have all of the energy inshallah so remember this for what if a dua or the crew world Kira to fulfill your map, let him observe these to the best of his ability and think of ways to get rid of distractions and things that occupy him from good in order to be able to perform his daily duties. He should ponder on Allah's blessings to those

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to be of those who give them abundant thanks, sugar, obviously has given suggestions over here. It says, Look, if you're gonna make it the *, sit down there, try to get as much as you can have this photo alive, for if you're going to figure it out. Maybe you should think about total Kawata of how can you really get rid of distractions because you know, once you start your day starts, the distractions that are begun, for example, grabbing your phone, how can you get rid of this habit? For instance, knowing that you have to drive 20 minutes to go and do some a chore that is not necessary right now. How can I delay this until there's another maybe trip that I have to do go

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there. So I will just do these two things together inshallah Darla, like finding ways to benefit from your time and not get distracted by these side activities that will kill your day and kill you night as well. So make sure to defer to this stuff I could call a shovel, a shovel, and also what gets you busy, but not productive.

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And, and that's that's one of the problems we have in our society today. People they want to just be doing something, no matter what it is, they can just sit down they're reflecting. Because for them that's been idle, and maybe actually even you do nothing. Maybe the sitting there doing nothing other than just relaxing and give your brain a break, it will be actually a plus a blessing. It's a plus for you. So you're gonna have to make sure that you use your time wisely. Take the distractions out and focus on what is beneficial to you in sha Allah with about a quarter of

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the second word of the day, the time between sunrise to learn shrimps

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and for noon at the hair. So if you remember he divided the day to seven actually

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our otter times for that. So the first one was before Fajr and then after fajr right now he says some after the sunrise until Doha nap for noon occurs three hours after the day's beginning. If we assume that the day lasts for 12 hours, so where this is coming from, it's coming from hydrogen abuse of Allah Salam actually, when you say three, three hours, meaning when the day is that bright is the morning that's brightest, like the sunrise is right now around 730 Right so

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Three hours later that will be what? Temporary, how much time until the road closed about two hours, close to two hours. So we're talking about mid morning. So mid morning is when the sun is at the brightest. That's what it is. Also, that's the best time to pray. Serato Blaha The best time to pray us out of the Hawaii is that because in the middle of the morning, you're at the peak of your activity, and being the busiest during the day.

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The busiest so that's why taking a break from this dunya at its at its highest moment, for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala is very virtuous. That's why I go hand this time is very important. Also another indication to pray in that time is when the Prophet SAW Allah said and described the best time for Sato Doha, the Sahaba used to say Accardo Hey Natasha model facade we used to pray Hey Natasha model vessel What's the meaning of Tara model Musa al Hassan the baby camels and thermal when they sense the heat, when they sense the heat, the heat of what the ground because these baby cameras will be sitting on the ground, they will sit in on the ground. When the sun start hitting of

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course the ground under the sensor becoming hot and the rocks become hot. That's when they start feeling the heat and their bellies so they had to get up. So that will be at mid morning.

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So therefore, he said that's the best time to press around to Doha three hours when you're the most at the at the peak of your daily activity, you will take a break for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah conscious break for the sake of Allah as those that now

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it is thus the fourth hour. This is the noble time Watts Sharif with two duties, the first of which is the foreknown prayer salata Doha, the second pertains to the people and includes visiting the sick, witnessing a funeral funeral, attending a gathering of knowledge or fulfilling a need of a Muslim. If one does not do any of that let it occupy himself with recital and remembrance. Remember, we said that when Imam Kodama Rahim Allah was Ali used to speak about their, their way of organizing their days and so on the speaker about which time, their time when they didn't have cards and have internet and have you know, the way we handle our daily affairs and so forth. So yes, this is a

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virtuous way of dividing your day and morning, but if you're if you most of us in this time, what will you be doing your job at work right? So be a little bit different. So it does not mandatory for us to start our day the way they do, but at least you have the consciousness of starting your day with a bright and Decker on top of Allah subhanho wa taala. As for Sato, Doha the prophets Allah mentioned about Surah Doha that the virtue of south of Doha is equivalent to giving charity on behalf of every single joint in your body, every single piece of bone and joint in your body you're given that you're given charity and to suffice you have all of these is to pray to raka to raka at

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Doha, so if you do that, you get all this reward, inshallah how to work our Donna now, it's good.

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The third word of the day, the time between foreknown and middays. While in addition to the four categories the duty of this time includes two editions, one working to make one's living and going to the market. If one is a merchant, let him do his trade with honesty

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and trust Amana if he is a manufacturer, let them construct with sincerity let's see how and compassion shefa

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he should never forget to remember Allah Most High and whatever he does and he should be content with little the second the siesta a lulu This makes the night prayer the amylase easier just like the pre Dawn meal so who eases fast and cm if he naps he should do his best to wake up early enough before noon to get

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reciting for the prayer before the entering of its time I'm not sure if that's the right translation for it but if we go back again to the to this two points so the first one here working to make one's living he didn't forget about you know you taking some time for your for a living but remember their way of living back then were different. They didn't have probably maybe to work this eight hours and 10 hours and some different ways of living different exchange the businesses he says if you were whether you are a business person also I have a son so I have a son now he said manufacture is not actually manufactured means actually deliver someone works with his hand you know someone who has a

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profession being electrician for example or corporate or whatever that is because words which whichever that that you do remember remember to observe that Ibadah in your work what is that to be honest to have Amana answered and Chef aka which means you can you care you care for the customers it not you not being actually greedy when you deal with them so when you work for them, you make sure to do it with full honesty and so on. Like what he's saying is that whatever that you do, you do it with a bad as well to the sun. So whether you being a dark

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or an engineer, an IT person, a teacher, a driver, whatever you you do it with ESSA that counts as everybody as well too so you're not even losing that time that you using for work. It still counts as part of your Rebbe insha Allah Allah the second point the siesta or al Qaeda.

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So as for Lula

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as you can see here, where does he come to? Okay Lulu Nakula is basically the the nap the power nap you take during the day and if you guys take power nap during the day what time is the best power nap for you?

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When do you guys take real power naps anyway after a shower right

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but seriously, when do you take your power nap most likely?

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Most of us after you come back from work right so most likely be actually in summer will be before us. And maybe in the winter the winter time will be actually after ourselves like almost close to bankruptcy even but here when did you use the counter falooda before though

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before though, like he's saying over here you wake up before as well. So it'd be refreshed and ready to pray the whole time. Like wow, what does that mean? That means you're gonna if though right now for us is around 1215 Almost. So when will be the best time for your kalola

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10am not too long karuma right. We are on 11 theory 1145 Like maximum maximum to do it half an hour 25 minutes power nap that's enough. Why because it's just like so hold for fast and because when you do your your your chi Lula you will refresh re energize and we'll help you inshallah to stay up for the night and do you have to hit you and your Salah too late inshallah Baraka Tala What if I couldn't do it before the hug Can I do it after though? Yeah, but if you do it after us or there is a chance that you might not be able to sleep after a shot, to get dressed to be prepared with 100 or so little Fajr So the earlier you do your chi Lulu, the better it is inshallah Tabata Kota. now

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know that the day and night consists of 24 hours, and the moderate way is to sleep 1/3 of that, which is eight hours, whoever sleeps less than that will not be spared from physical instability, and those who sleep more become very lazy. If one sleeps more than that, than that at night, there is no reason to sleep during the day. Those who do not get enough sleep at night, use the day to compensate for that. So basically he says, Look your kulula is if you don't sleep the eight hours at night, if you sleep six hours, five hours and then you get up for failure to help God and you stay up after that. Then you need to have that title so you can compensate for that. But if you do have

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enough for handleless sleep at night, skip that kalola Keep moving on with your day and make sure to add to addicted insha Allah Who Tabata Kota Allah Sharla dinitrogen next time when we come back after the winter break, we will continue from fourth the fourth point in sha Allah the fourth word of the day when Allah azza wa jal malas homemakers among those who listen to the speech and for the rest of the job anatomy, Wallah. So we're gonna start with the second book and

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this is going

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to continue with the second version.

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By the way, just a reminder Inshallah, that since we are going to be finishing this book in sha Allah that we have in our hand from the bookmobile Kodama Rahim Allah and and maybe three more sessions, again we would like to consult with you and see what book you guys would like to, to to study. If you want to continue with the same book over Kodama mo Allah then we're going to discuss what we call overall our that the refinement of character so that will be the book that we're going to need to order inshallah and study with inshallah Tabata Kota. Just we need to discuss that during the break when Allah now.

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hamdulillah bloglovin sallahu wa Salam o Baraka novena Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam to Sleeman Kathira from Ahmedabad. We are still studying Hadith number 18 from the hadith of Mammon Nova Rahim Allah de fora Hadith laminaria Rahim Allah in which he reports Hadith be Darren Walmart even Jabba Radi Allahu Anhu ma under Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam McCall. It took Allah hi to my could fear Allah subhana wa Tada be conscious of Allah azza wa jal wherever you are, why to be sad at a hazard at a time haha, and follow the sin or the bad deed. By doing a good one, it will erase it for you. God will harlot and NASA will call local Hassan and treat people in good manners. This

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is the Hadith that we'll be discussing for the past couple of weeks.

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We'll cover the first one he talked Allah hi to my condominium of taqwa, how you display that? Where is it important and all the details of the taco tonight inshallah we're going to begin with the second advice from the Hadith, which is follow up a wrong action

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With a good action, which will face it. So just to give you an idea what we're going to be studying, he's going to be asking a few questions, questions such as, What does it mean to say, well, at best, say that has another temper what kind of hustler? We're talking about? What good deeds qualifies to erase this sense? That's number one. Number two, what kind of sins will be erased? Those good deeds that you do will erase the major sins or the minor sins? And number three, if they gets erased, will they be completely removed from your documents? From your records? Are they going to be staying and your records but will be overlooked? It means we'll be pardoned because of the data on the record. I

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mean, they have judgment alarms down if you have a bad record still there. That's that's a mess. So what does it mean exactly? And there are many other questions of he's going to be asking and answering here and shallow to what I call data. So Bismillah we are on page for those who are with us on page 269. PAGE 269 in shallow data in the middle what he says his saying, follow up or wrong action with a good action, which will will actually face it this Mila

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah

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Imam even logically, Rahim Allah, he continues with the notion of the hadith

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is seeing someone who needs some follow up a wrong action with a good action, which will face it. Since the slave is commanded to have taqwa, in private and in public, despite the reality that he will unavoidably sometimes neglect taqwa, either by leaving out some things with which he is commanded, or by doing some things, which is forbidden. So, he commanded him to do that which would face this wrong action, meaning that he should follow up, follow it up with a good action. And then Allah subhanaw taala says, but how do we limit ship energy? What up to him is on the thought of thought of in a bar or if

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they're off in the war zone F was una was una, Mina, Nene in Hudson, in Hassan RT, you do Hebrew you the Hebrew in us,

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the the Nika the vicar, vicar. vicar on in need the Cyrene established Salah

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at at each end of the day, and in the first part of the night, good actions eradicate bad actions. This is a reminder for people who pay heed. There is there is in the two Sahai books from Ibn Massoud that Imen snatched a kiss from a woman. Then later he came to the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, and mentioned that to him. The Prophet sallallahu Knysna was silent until this ayah was revealed. He called

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for him I mean the next page into 70. So he called for him and recited the idea to him. A man asked is this for him particularly the Prophet Samson said no. This is for people in general. No hands a lot of blindness a lot of your Muhammad you know bad. So we've seen here that on the Prophet SAW as I mentioned, the Hadith White Bear said that hazard attempt, follow up or wrong action with a good action, which really face it and erase it for you. If you remember, we started this hadith as being what, it's a roadmap for life. Truly, because the prophesies I'm giving you right now a good program for keeping yourself upright. He says the lesson at UCLA Hi Tim, I want you all to stay conscious of

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Allah subhana wa Tada wherever you are, at work at home, in private in public. anywhere you are. Be conscious of Allah subhana wa Tada. But then how much can we do that? To what level we're human, we're still gonna make mistakes. So if you make a mistake, it's alright. He says, Well, I had to bet Sal has another term Ha, if you make a mistake, or when actually not if, when you make a mistake, follow that with a good deal. It will erase it for you.

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Then hamdulillah and so that's like an exit for me from failing into becoming righteous. Then the Prophet saw Sam says wahala kanessa Hola que hacer what does that mean? If you couldn't even do that, like if you couldn't fix your mistake by doing something good. He says Be good to people, which means if you're going to make any mistake, do not do not include other people don't hurt other people. Make that sin personal. Because of that sin involves other

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People, then you have committed a crime not just a sin. Like what, for example, if you go and you steal from somebody, that's not a sin anymore, that's a crime, you hurt someone else. But if like, You, you, you, you look at something or you touch something good, that's now on you. So therefore, he says, part of the NASA hooligan has to make sure that you keep your relationship with people in good manners and shallow to barcode data. So here, the first thing he said, and he brought to us how do you interview Salah Salem, in which the man he said yes for Allah. Like he was kind of like in a moment where he was tempted, and he just snatched at this moment and maybe he ran away.

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And then he came with the professors and feeling guilty Yasser Allah I did something bad. And the Prophet SAW Selim didn't know what to tell him. Like it's not a major sin that requires a head which means that a punishment such as lashes on his back was like this. And it's not something a little too big. Too little just ignore completely, but the Prophet didn't have the answer for this until Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed the I say that NL has an added hipness say add which means just follow it with something good it will erase it for you for Tada Rogers to the man he says era so that's for me just for me. The professor said No, it's for everybody. By the way, no one takes too

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much Hadith right now saying man that's that's how you need to do it after you kiss a woman Yanni.

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No, that's not you do it, of course. premeditation Yeah, and it's good to think that this is enough for you have to commit that sin. And sha Allah says saying I stopped for Allah will be sufficient for me. He is going to explain that in details here in shallow that is not that light is not that easy. But just to focus on shallow data on the on the matter. If we move on to page that to the next page insha Allah azza wa jal

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or at the bottom of the page, I'm sorry, to the bottom of the page on page 270, where it says, The meaning of his words, now the meaning of his words, which is in the IR.

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Now, they remember ALLAH

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is that they remember his greatness and the severity of his grasp, and his revenge, and what punishment they are promised for disobedience that forces them to return immediately and seek Allah's forgiveness and give up persisting Allah Exalted is He says, before we get to this idea, this reference that we just talked about is the I would not recite it. It's the limit of the page when Allah subhanaw does speak about the believer that motto clean, he says Alladhina Coronavirus, sobre el Dora, those who spend whenever there's the prosperity, time adversity time, will call them in either a surrender, anger will often and as they pardon the people who Allah had been my sin and

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Allah loves those who do good. And then he says called when Latina either alpha alpha Hachette and our La Mancha some if they committed an act of lewdness of will commit a crime of that nature of sin says What did they do? The Corolla they remember? So what's the meaning of remembering Allah subhanaw taala over here, they remember his greatness. They remember the greatness of Allah azza wa jal, no matter how little the sin they've committed, they will see it great in comparison to the greatness of the one against whom the sin had been committed. So therefore, they remember, and they reflect and they do Toba. What kind of Toba this ayah Allah Subhana Allah data is sent here in

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Alladhina, taco either massamba If administrator Anita that Kuru for either home mobile salon and translation. As for those who have Taqwa when they are bothered by visitors from shaitan, they remember and immediately see clearly. So what does that mean? They remember, like they don't delay their Toba. That's what it means.

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If you do something wrong, and you reflect on it immediately, then that's important for you to realize that's one of the ways you can erase the sin. It's not like you wait for it forever, then start reflecting back on it. Remember, that image, they remember right away, which is basically the remorseful moment you know, when someone does that in the moment of committing the sin? Probably we just we just completely blinded by the pleasure of that moment. But when that pleasure is gone, or that moment is gone, what happens if your heart doesn't feel the pain? And if you don't start reflecting on on this matter with guilt, then you have a problem. But if you do Hamdulillah, then

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that's a sign of Eman. Allah named the word in the Latina taco. Those who have righteousness. What does that means? It is not a condition of righteousness to be flawless. To be a righteous person, it doesn't mean to be flawless. You can still are the biller and falling into the sins and committing the sins and still count as a righteous person. If those sins promote provoke you to always return back to Allah subhana wa Tada with Toba? It's not of course of the best of luck and manners of the believer, but Allah subhanho wa Taala by His mercy of Hamdulillah He Allah

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I was asked to return back to him and I still count that as an act of righteousness. None. Then the next point that is talking about a way the same paragraph, he's gonna bring in that I'll hire alpha if you don't insist on committing the sin, which means if you do it, you stop you reflect, you feel remorseful and get away from it. Not that you keep going back and forth and back and forth, just because you would like to experience it again and again and again. Not and there's in the to HERSA there is in the to Sir, he books that the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, is slave did a wrong action and said, My Lord, I have done done a wrong action, so forgive me. So Allah says, My slave

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knows that he has no Lord other than me, who forgives and punishes wrong actions. So I forgive my slave

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to go on, then later, he did another wrong action. Until

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on the fourth occasion, he said, Let him do what he wants, meaning as long as he continues in this state, that whenever he commits a wrong action, he seeks on less forgiveness.

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There is in the meeting, from a hadith of Abu Bakr Siddiq, rather than the one that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the one who seeks Allah's forgiveness is not persistent, even if he repeats the wrong action 70 times in a day, so as long as you don't have the intention to go back to the sin every time something wrong happens. And you seek forgiveness from Allah subhana wa Tada and sincerely and genuinely you repent Allah azza wa jal Alhamdulillah you're in good standing with Allah azza wa jal.

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But if you go back again to it, because you fell for the temptation again, you just do another Tober and you should be fine. As long as that Stober is always sincere, is always sincere, even if the person keeps falling back into the sin over and over again over and over again. Not an act of malice, not because he says, you know, forget about the Toba. Now, he is genuinely repents to Allah but they feel weak, then they go back again to it. An example of this as a hobby Julian, who used to drink at the time of the Prophet Salla salmon, the prohibition came down. Obviously, for someone who has been living like this being drunk and addicted to alcohol all their lives, it's not easy for

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them to quit so quickly. So this is a hobby. He was used to drink so much. So when the prohibition came down, he was unable to quit so quickly, like everybody else, like many of the Sahaba, they could instantly but this hobby couldn't. So he kept drinking. And they see him in public drunk, so they bring them to the Prophet Salah Salem and he would go, he'd be punished, he would be lashed on his back multiple times. One of those moments one of those times as the he was brought again, back for the punishment, one of the Sahaba there is a scarlet a bahala massacre. myotubes like woe to him, how long they're going to keep bringing him for this.

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He says Kibeho has mentioned a bad word actually. The Prophet says have you stopped him? He goes, Don't say that. But for him now we have Bula Hora Sula, because I know he loves Allah and His messenger. There is some narration say that Amara, Allah Allah Allah katabi says, I in that moment when I heard the Prophet says, I'm say that about him, I wish to be in his position in that moment.

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Like, I wish I could be that drunk man, whom the Prophet saw Sam testified that he truly loves Allah and His Messenger in that moment.

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So eventually, just because someone is committing sin, we can't judge. Don't judge anybody because we don't know really what's in their heart and what the struggle they go through. In order for them to stay away from this center the community alongside Milla Spanner, make it easy for all of us to serve from the center of bloglovin. If we move on to the bottom of the page versus top Ronnie

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the last paragraph on that page October Ronnie Ronnie narrated with the weak chain of transmission from Aisha Radi Allahu Anhu. That she said Habib, even a hadith came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam, and said,

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messenger of Allah. I am a man who perpetrates wrong actions. He said, so turn in Togo, Tonga? Well, I want to just clarify the translation the translation actually said over here, I am a man you came to the Prophet salaallah selama Surah Surah Allah, a man who perpetrates wrong actions, actually the Arabic word myth raffel live Do you know what's the meaning from Accra? Follow the notes. Like I am constantly in sin up to my ears basically.

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Like I'm always coming in since that's what it means not just I'm perpetrated No, I am up to my ears into

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meaning since like I can't just like I can't stop it that's what he said to the Prophet SAW Allah says, look at the Messenger of Allah instruct them although the Hadith again it's we can tell the transmission and narration now,

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he said, I turn in Tober and then later I repeat, Prophet Sansom said. So as often as you do a wrong action, then turn in Toba. He said messenger of Allah. In that case, my wrong actions will become abundant. He said, Allah's pardoning is more than your wrong actions, Habib even on Hadith, he also won't let's start with this one here. So as you can see, the Prophet says Sam says, don't look at how many sins you commit. What do you look at you look at what, how many timber you bring for it. And the abundance of Allah as of parts of Canada, Rama and Mark Farah, we have a harvest coming up in the next inshallah there are a few sessions in the nozzle John, about the greatest of the Mercy

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of Allah subhanaw taala in which Allah Allah says to Adam, law Well, I've got the rulebook, Anna Anna Sama, if all your sins will piled up on top of each other until they become to the heaven

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to the heavens. He says, I will bring you this much and more of Rama and mercy and forgiveness will obey and I don't care. So the Rama of Allah subhanaw does great and Subhana sometimes you wonder how come people ended up in Jannah?

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how great the Mercy of Allah subhana wa Tada when you compare it to the amount of sins that we commit, and you still see people who believe, say, Allah, Allah, Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah, they end up in Jannah.

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Like they miss this opportunity of coming back to Allah over and over again, seeking forgiveness and seeking Toba from Allah Subhana Allah that is very important that no matter what the situation is, that we go back to Elijah, so the point is that constant Toba, you need to always be in a constant state of Toba and repentant to Allah subhanho wa taala. Let's move on to page page inshallah. Dalla

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seven 272.

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Someone said to Al Hassan, now

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someone said to him Hassan, should someone that has an advisory now good?

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Should someone not be ashamed before his more to seek his forgiveness for his wrong actions? A very good question, right? Like you ask yourself, like, I feel ashamed, keep doing all these seasons and keep coming back to Allah. But shouldn't you just give up on yourself and say, God, I know I'm doomed. I feel so ashamed of coming back to you. He goes, shouldn't shouldn't you be ashamed of keep coming back again and again and again, probably for the same sin again. So what Luke has answered, didn't seek Allah's covering forgiveness, and then again, repeat them. He said, rahamallah the shaitan loves that, to become triumphant over you by this attitude. It is narrated from him.

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That he said, I only think that this is a part of the character of the moon Nam. So basically what it says over here says luck when he heard him saying look, shouldn't we be ashamed of keep coming back to Allah document the Senate and back to here as well? The shutdown will be so happy to take this this from you. Like that. These are the thoughts of the shaitan he's telling the truth and speaking to you. So don't let it happen though this happen to you. Then he says God fell out Mr. Lumina listed for the English English translation act is missing this part. He said never ever stopped seeking forgiveness. That's what he said. fell out Emmylou relisted for do not stop seeking

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forgiveness no matter what the situation is. Now, how much of the sin we commit anyway is written upon us. If you look at the bottom of the page, to 72 where it says the meaning of this, how much of our situation with the sin is part of the culture of ALLAH SubhanA wa does be written upon us now. The meaning of this is that the slave will unavoidably do whatever wrong actions are decreed for him. As the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, there is decreed for the son of Adam, his portion of adultery and the Arabic word Zina like fornication, unnecessary adultery, but fornication or sin basically now, and he will meet that unavoidably, however, Allah has made a way out for the

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sleeve from the wrong actions into which he faults and he faces them by turning in Toba and seeking Allah's forgiveness. If he does that, then he becomes free of the evil of his wrong action. And if he persists in that, he perishes, so what he says Rahim Allah says, look, the Prophet saw some says in the Hadith Kulu Adam

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And every son of Adam, every child of Adam, are they going to catch some of that portion of Zina? What does that mean? I noticed there was another, some people that commit Jenner with their eyes. Some that humor doesn't over their ears, some Komodo Zina with their hands, with their feet, meaning they walk to where they see these things, these they watch these things, you know, somewhere, they hear the sounds that may be part of this kind of act, or at least be part of it, whatever that is, like almost everybody has some dusts of that culture of Xena unfortunately, and fascia that happens in the society. He says the law what the law says over here, as long as you persist in Toba to ALLAH

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SubhanA, WA, Dona, you should be fine. Which color is that? Now the color of Allah to allow this to happen? That's upon all of us. Sometimes you'd be walking in the street minding your own business, and then an ad flashes in front of you on a screen, for example, that you don't even intend to look at it and Subhanallah you see that thing that Kadar Allah brought upon us for all of us, he allowed this to happen, but for you to choose to look. Now that's not allowed for you to do that.

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So when Allah when the Prophet says that this is now your portion, means off being allowed that we're going to get involved in it anyway, somewhere or another, but it to choose to continue to look there's a problem as a Professor Sam said, when he was asked about another car letter to another to another, he was asked about the look of Allah, how much am I gonna be held accountable for looking at something haram for Karla Salah Sam called led to another at another I don't follow the first dog with a second one. phenol odor like the first one is yours for you, which means you're gonna get reward for it. Because if you see it and you turn away, Allah will reward you for turning away. But

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if you look back to start to confirm what you have seen, like the shatta and sometimes might fool you right? Then that will count against you. That's the meaning of the quarter here of committing listen now. And if we move on

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which one of the most important actually point over here, the meaning of it? What does it mean exactly to follow the action with a good action now out of the sin with with a good action. Now he's saying sallallahu alayhi salam, and follow up a wrong action with a good action. Sometimes Toba from the wrong action is meant by good action, which has been narrated clearly in the Morson Hadith, which even even omit dunya

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narrated among Muslim hadith of Muhammad ibn Jubail. That when the Prophet salallahu alayhi salam sent more and to, to the Yemen, he said more have Taqwa of Allah, as much as you are able to able and act according to your strength for the sake of Allah.

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As much as you have energy for and remember Allah at every tree and stone, like everywhere you go, whenever you walk, wherever you go, make sure you take care of Allah subhanaw taala. And if you do a wrong action, then with a turn from it in October, privately if it was done in private, and publicly if it was public, so what's the meaning of this right now? The first event was Abraham Allah Tala here he's actually saying that what's the meaning of war at VSA at Al Hasan you follow the wrong action with a good action. What does that good action mean? He says there are two opinions. The first opinion is here. It's Toba the meaning of the good the good action that you should bring after

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a bad one is to do sincere whatever that's what it means by that and he explains it over here and he brought his MA there was a lot on our bar as a professor some told him if you do something wrong for added Andover follow it with an act with the Tober so that explains the meaning of following a bad deed with a good deed by explaining it being Toba. So that is the first opinion he is going to elaborate elaborate a little bit actually on the subject here. I'm gonna we're gonna go skip it inshallah Allah, we'll go to page two 274

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and pass it to 275. What he says the aberrant outward meaning what does that mean? Is this Stober guaranteed guarantee that will be accepted. So, the meaning of the the first meaning of the good deed is to do tava that will face that sin for you. The question is that we need to ask ourselves, or some people ask, is there any guarantee this table will be accepted? Like many people they come to the Imam says yes, yes, I did. But I don't know if Allah accept that for me or not. Is there any guarantee there any science I know that Allah accepted the Toba or not?

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Let's see what he says about this. The apparent outward meaning of these texts show that whoever turns to Allah holy sincerely, and the conditions of Dawa are all fulfilled in him. And these are three conditions. Number one to quit the sin. Number two, number two regret that your what you've done what you've committed. Number three is to make commitment that you never come back again, I'll go back to it, the three conditions, quit, regret, and commit not to go back again to it. And if the sin was committed against a human being, what do you do? You try to reconcile your first one in one way or another? So he says, If this person did it sincerely, fulfilling the tumbleweeds conditions,

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then,

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then one can assert that Allah will accept his Dawa, just as one can assert the acceptability of the Islam of the kaffir when he submits authentically in Islam, what does that mean? If someone who's non Muslim comes into the masjid

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and you can see in his face in the body language and everything that he wants to join this beautiful gathering? He goes, I want to become Muslim like you guys. And he goes a shadow Allah Allah, Allah, Allah Muhammad Rasulullah. Should we accept Islam? Or Islam? Or should we say, wait a minute, Come on, sit over here. Tell me about your life, your past your history? What do you plan to do next? Blah, blah, are we gonna investigate all these things? No, but we accept from them the shahada on the spot, and there's nothing wrong with that. So it says the same thing when someone does Toba and sincere about it. With fulfilling all the public all the required October. You should also at least

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for yourself, believe that ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. He accept the Toba and evaluar fantasy yet he accept that Tober and it will give the sense of Hannah what data you should believe wholeheartedly in your heart. However, individually. Do I know if this double was accepted or not? That's Allah subhanaw taala but I know that Allah accepts a Toba and I did my best and Hamdulillah I should have the trust of Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala to accept this Toba from me now. This is the position of the great majority and even up Dunbar.

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Even Abdullah, verse words indicate that it is the consensus. He said after that there's some Alama they say no, there is no actually guarantee will be accepted. And this is something I explained earlier, but the majority they say now, if you have the sincerity and the heart, fulfill the requirement of Toba, it will be accepted. Just to close on Shall I want to go over the second minute with inshallah to Allah to the next page.

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On page 276 on the bottom, the second meaning of the good deeds. So the first meaning of what erases the sin is Dawa. The second meaning of what the rest of the sin is what

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it may be that by good action, in the words of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam follow up a wrong action with a good action. Something more general is meant than turning in Dover. As in His Word, exalted Izzy Amazon Thomas says, well RPM is on the order of a thorough offer in a hurry was hula

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Meenan lady in Hassan

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in Hasina to the Buena, you'll be hearing as he

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established Salah at the end of the day, and in the first part of the night, good actions eradicate bad actions. So from this idea, Imam Ibn Rajab Rahim Allah says, look, the eye here indicates that alcumus Salah pray or Salah during the day and during the night, Allah named these Hassan ad that will erase the say,

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he didn't say this person that Tober he said he prayed. He prayed during the day and during the night and erase the sin, which means do good deeds automatically erase the sins or not do the resistance or not? What types of sins do they erase? That's going to be our discussion next Inshallah, when we come back when Allah azza wa jal, but just to close on this part here, Imam Imam Eva Raja Rahim Allah, he mentioned a list of good deeds that could possibly be of the deeds that will that will erase the sins and he brought an evidence to each one of them. I'm gonna go over that list quickly with you. So you can maybe indicate them in your book and shallow tobacco data if you

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want to. So here are some of the examples and this is on page 277. In the middle, he says there is in the two Sahai books that Anna saw the lancet I was with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and a man came to him he said, the Messenger of Allah, I've done something that requires heart and punishment, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he asked him if he prayed or not, like do you pray when the salah come? Do you pray on time, so meaning

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that if you did your Salah it should erase the sins so the Prophet Sessoms is Salawat actually do it is the sense. Another actually good deed will do make a model as a preface as indicated if someone goes to has a river passing by their house and they make wudu from it five times a day, would that leave or take shower five times a day? Would that leave any dirt on them? They said no way they will leave any dirt on so this is exactly the example of the Salawat so you make rash on shower with clean you clearly. Also, another of the good deeds on the next page the Prophet SAW Selim said about fasting.

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Fasting is also counts as one of the deeds that will erase the sins as the Prophet says and says Mansa Eman what is one of them and then if you fast out of faith believe in Allah and hope for the good deeds or the reward, then we'll face your sins going to Hajj is also does the does that and the height is very famous when the Prophet saw some salesmen had Jeff Philomela for your Fedora we have so Raja came to OMO. If someone goes to hajj sincerely and they don't do any mistake, they will invalidate their Hajj and then

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they come back with Clean Slate which means their sin had been forgiven. Another one on the bottom of the page itself, a wicked remembering ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. So dhikr of Allah subhanaw taala will erase the sins as the province of Assam says in the Hadith called mancala Subhan Allah the Hamdi vo Mamia Tamara, if it says Subhanallah behind the 100 times a day hope that Anahata that will erase the sense even if it was like the form on the on the surface of the water. So addicted could also it is the sense Nether to more shallow to Allah He actually elaborate on the on the liquor a little bit because many actually I had it on the mirror here. And the last one he mentioned here

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called crying like if you cry out of fear of Allah subhanaw Sincerely out of fear of Allah azza wa jal that would also erase the sins may Allah subhanho wa Taala it is our sins your bill Allah mean, the major and the minor next time when we come back, inshallah we're going to be discussed the two Messiah we mentioned, what type of sins are erased major or minors, and more than than shallow data melasma derived from all of your blood. I mean, just remember that next week, we'll be off for it for a couple of weeks. As a matter of fact, we're going to announce when we're going to start in January in shallow data, and still, we want you to decide on which book we're going to start after

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we're done from the first portion from the book of 700 Cassadine. Should we continue with the book by taking part two? Or should we start another subject in Sharla? Desert Kamala Karen shallot, the cinema Rahmatullah Monica.

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to the screen, she does have the QR code

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can you count so the question here, can you count Salah at the end of the day, like Saudi Arabia as the good day to erase your sins of the day?

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Like are you talking about only one single Salah Saudi Arabia to erase the sin for the entire day? Well, I didn't obey Salah Sam said was Salah to hums that Salah to the other Salah mocha ferrata Lima by Nan it will erase the sense COVID in between. So a SHA pi will iface the sense COVID between Macaronesia fetcher will do this will will inshallah erase the ones between Russia and Fajr and the same between acid and Dora and so on. So is to Salawat hopefully, ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala will remove Remove the sins so never stop praying because that's another opportunity for you to have your sins removed inshallah barakaatuh.

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So how protective isn't protective? should be of the time after fajr until sunrise. Is this the most valuable time of the day? I mean, honestly, it depends really, for some, for me the best time of the day, it starts before Fajr it will be the night because that's the most valuable time when Allah subhanaw taala His Majesty in the manner that says his majesty he descends to this lower heaven and and he asked anyone who's making dua requesting from Allah something that I can answer them that's available time so yeah, and for others maybe they aren't able to wake up at night. So then in this case hopefully shall after fajr When they remain there they make the DUA and they can be delighted

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ricotta Allah Allah subhanaw taala have been the highlight of the day for them inshallah.

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Is it okay to press out of Doha before you go to work like at 9am Of course, so to Doha is from anytime, after sunrises all the way until before the whole time, but the best time is mid morning.

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The best time is mid morning.

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So for ladies who can't come for Fajr do to sleep in kids can they stay in their in their prayer spot at home? I hope so. Because the ladies for them is it's better to for them to pray at home. So if they can, if they can come for Fudger and they choose to stay at home, because of the virtue of doing that, I hope Allah subhanaw will accept from them era Bellarmine Allah Allah

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so if you went against someone, if you sin, actually, I think it's if you sin against someone, and don't get the opportunity to reconcile or don't have the courage, what is the best way to deal with that? Nowadays, it depends if it's something financial, then you're gonna have to send it to them, whether through you, third party anonymously, in whichever capacity, somebody that you're gonna have to reconcile material properties, for example, if you couldn't find them, because time has passed and God knows where they are right now. I can't even reach out to them, then give that whatever that is as a form of charity on their behalf, to get rid of it Inshallah, to barcode data. If it's a

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matter of you know, gossiping and a place about them, then go to the people who gossip and then try to fix that for them. Let's say listen, you know, a few years ago, I talked about this brother or sister, I just want to say there was a fella that was bad I should have done that and ALLAH forgive me, I'm a Brahmin, like trying to amend the relationship that was broken because of that, in whichever capacity if, if you can talk to them directly to reach a reconciliation Alhamdulillah and they accept or at least they accept that you talk to them. But if you could not because you know, if you talk to them, it's gonna get worse. Then you just make dua for them and ask Allah Subhan to

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forgive you. What if I go and they accept to talk to me but when I speak to them, unfortunately, they were not receptive and they have actually made things worse for me. Like to Allah will never forgive you. You know what, I'll meet you before Allah subhana wa Tada scary statement.

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Allah it's scary, because on that day, there is no such thing as exchange money and checks and, and Zelma you know, the amount and other than that, no such thing it's going to be exchange of has nothing to say yet. So therefore, if you did everything, right, you repent to Allah subhana Matana you went back and try to reconcile with them, you did everything right for them, but they refused, then Alhamdulillah I hope that ALLAH SubhanA will accept that from you. Allah will accept that from you and will compensate them on the Day of Judgment for that. That mistake you did towards them. Wallah now

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can you do to hire her to do also not to do actually between sunnah and Salat al Fajr. I was a senator senator, which means you make in Fort Rucker right now, to rock out for Waldo and then to raka for Senator Fajr. And then you wait until for yourself I prefer that you pray only to raka to raka with the intention of making it Senator odo answer the visit of the center because you can if you made or do and you create Turaga that comes at us and until we do and instead of the future as well to inshallah and why because the prophets are some a forbearance from adding anything besides the Sunnah will Fajr between the land and the karma?

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What resources can we study to better understand how to do certain in one's work and business?

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The son of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam man I remember actually something of you in here. John Maxwell, very famous author and subject of leadership. One time he was asked by one of the CEOs of a big corporation he says you know John, why don't you write us a book on he was given a seminar on ethics. He said why don't you write us a book on

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on business ethics the business ethics so he said there is no such thing and the man was shot was a word there is no question there's no such thing as business ethics so would it be the middle no such that he goes look ethics or ethics regardless whether in business and personal life and all that kind of stuff and so on, they're the same. Similarly over here when you ask about to understand SN in my work understand SN in life SN A vida and TA apply the exact same rule to your business and your work and dealing with the people it'd be fun inshallah done now

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so how to break through the mechanical Obeida if making so far and doing salah but not feeling it in my heart and so how do you do that?

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Maybe is it due to due to the sense probably for maybe because unfortunately, we rush into a river. So the best thing if you would like to do Salah make sure that you make will do early and you come to the salah earlier than usual. If you always come right at the camera alright, you make wudu and jump straight into the formula. Then in this case, make a buffer make rule do pray to raka sit down, make the correct Quran and then started futsal

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Hopefully it will actually get you out of that bad habit of mechanical a vida mechanical bar. Same thing was the foreign Salah indica Oh dhikr instead of just counting it, you know, blind lessly I want you to pause and as you make your dikkat ponder and reflect on it. So when you said hamdulillah think about what you're making hamdulillah for. If you think Subhanallah think about the beauty of Allah subhanho wa Taala perfection of Allah azza wa jal if you say Allahu Akbar, glorify Allah on your mind and your heart. So always try to bring the meaning of what you're saying. Hopefully inshallah Allah will make that a better much more meaningful than being mechanical. Allah Allah

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Allah Masha Allah Tala Soobin Allah azza wa jal after this break inshallah in January Sakalava Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah to Allah

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so we start

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so I want to go before you go out in the cold we have some rose black tea inshallah I'll be in the rotunda soon.