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Salam Alaikum warahmatullah Rika

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$100 Bill alameen wa sallahu wa salam Baraka, Vina Muhammad Ali was seldom at the Sleeman kathira mama but Welcome back for my Valley Ranch Islamic Center. This is the second session from the book of management. Kodama Rahim Allah Allah Mr. Solomon hydrocolloid accosted in the abridged version of manhandle costs are in the methodology of the travelers towards the hereafter. If you remember last week, we discussed together the meat the importance of knowledge, the importance of knowledge for those who are seeking the path to Allah subhanho wa Taala and towards the Hereafter, it's very essential, and it's very crucial. We spoke about that you mentioned many a Hadith, but then Imam

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even Kodama Rahim Allah tala came to the final point, to define the meaning and the essence of knowledge. So he mentioned that many people they have different opinions with regard to what exactly we mean by that knowledge. Some they say that's an Woolfolk other this is the Hadith as they say it's aluminum, last acidity and effect in foods the basically the diseases of the heart and so on. And others this animal Kalam scholastic theology, but finally he says we're kulu hada. All of this is kind of far away from the from the from the true meaning of it. And according to the Buddha, Mohammed Allahu Allah, he said in the HU l muamalat. He loved the lira. It's the end the knowledge,

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the knowledge that helps you maintain the relationship between you and Allah subhanho wa Taala the knowledge that will provide you to make your relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala your load become sound. And then now he's going to continue and speak more about what is the minimum as a Muslim as a believer, what is the minimum requirement for you to maintain a sound and healthy relationship between you and Allah subhanho wa Taala your Creator and your Lord he said Karla, Wilma mela to Lottie Khalifa Al Khalifa Allah tala to exam mean this Mohammed, this treatment, this kind of relationship between you and you'll create a panel with data, the numbers that you need to

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maintain the relationship falls under three categories, three parts

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to God, welfare, learn work ethic God belief, something in the heart warfarin, which means an action that you need to bring about to happen. Water abstinence, you abstain from something so you have three things to maintain overhead sound belief, you have to have a sound belief in your heart number two, warfare which means action, you have to take action in order to prove it. And number three obstinance things to stay away from so at the garden warfare alone water pilot, now he's starting with the actions call for either Bella vasavi when the child reach the age of puberty, for our Luigi banally the first obligation upon the child to Alamo Kalamata Shahada to learn the words as shadow

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Allah, Allah Illallah, WA shadow, Mohammed Rasulullah, that I bear witness there is no God but Allah, and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah karlova phenomena, and also understanding the meaning of it. We usually we teach our kids to make the Salah, but we rarely and scarcely sit down with them, to teach them the meaning of the Salah that you're standing before your Creator, before Allah subhanho wa Taala that this is for you, not upon you. It's not an obligation that you have to do as much as this is something for you. It's your personal relationship and connection between you and your Creator. subhanho wa Taala. So we need to teach them that we need to teach them who was

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Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to them. I know we teach our kids stories and kiss the kids. They love stories. We teach them who has Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, as a great leader, great messenger of Allah, the sacrifices are beautiful stories of the hijra, and so on. But we really, really teach our kids the importance of having him as a role model for themselves in this dunya until they meet him in the Aqa sallallahu alayhi wa Salaam Mali. So the first obligation upon these children who already who already been trained to say a shadow Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, wa should honor Mohammed rasulillah. But now when they say it, they need to know the meaning of the statement

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and the essence of that statement to them thought was so delicate, another word daelin. They don't have he said they don't have to have what his philosophical argument as to what other sects in Islam, who believed philosophical sects who believed that the first obligation upon the the believer is to ponder on observe observation, you have to observe, and you have to have these philosophical evidences to prove that God exists. Then you say shadowline Mohammedan Rasulullah but according to the Orthodox belief, it will, Gemma No, you don't have to have that logical or philosophical first, you say, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah shodhana Muhammad Rasulullah because you believe in the way and

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the revelation that came down from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Carla, what's the evidence for that? He said be the N BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Except for I mean, Angela fell out of it does this diminish it to Allah Medellin? He said because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, he himself he accepted the belief of the out of the Bedouins, who will kind of harsh and uneducated people, he accepted from them to confess it does do the sincere belief in Allah subhana wa Tada. I'm in a very low middle, and he didn't have to teach them any evidence. And we have so many actually stories like that, specifically the Bedouin, who came to the sola his sallallahu wasallam. And he told him in a gathering the Sahaba, he could not even recognize the language, because of the actual different accents. So then, when they saw when they heard the

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answer of the Prophet, civilize them to the humming of this bedwin, they realized also he was asking about an Islam. So they were surprised that all of this humming was about Islam. Then the man asked the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, about us.

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As and every time the Prophet gives him an answer, he says, do I need to do anything else? Am I obligated to do anything else? And the Prophet keeps saying, No, Atlanta, tawa, unless you want to add more, he did not ask an evidence from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam except telling him, he was asking the Prophet I asked you about the one who raised the heavens, and he made the land flat and they live in the land of the ground. Did he really sent you the last and you said aluminum? Indeed he did. He didn't ask for an ayah from the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So eventually, he accepted their belief in Allah azza wa jal, he didn't have to go through all these philosophical you know,

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interpretation of evidences and observations of evidences and so on before they could say, I believe now they believe in the wider revelation from Allah subhana wa Tada. And then afterwards they start perhaps learning these evidences Karla adeleke, affordable walk, because just to believe at that moment, this is the immediate instant obligation from them. Learning the evidences comes as a second obligation in the process of becoming a better Muslim and also raising your Eman call as a major while he nonetheless did learn later on becomes obligatory that you look for these evidences and observation of all the surrounding you know, any scenes and sites that you have around you, but

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fayda walk to Salah similar to this to either Java or Scala when it's time for Salah was evaluated. It was sala windam sola comes in it becomes obligatory upon that individual who reads the activity to learn how to make bahara purification and and how to perform the salobre properly. And then he said for either actually Ramadan and you live in if he lives until Ramadan. So whatever Allahu taala song becomes obligatory that you learn how to make your first sound. Some of our in Canada who man will holiday he was a valid Allah moussaka. If this person had money, enough wealth, and he had one whole year to pass around, then they become obligated obligated to learn how to calculate and pay

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their account. Well it affordable hedge and then it was time for hedge well who almost still do and he's able and capable and they wanted to go to Hajj. Whatever Allah tala will monastic it becomes obligatory upon this person to learn these Manasa he means by that the obligation that you need to learn first to have that faith and believe that you are obligated to make the Salawat festival Ramadan and so on. technicalities of these Riba that becomes obligatory when they're invited becomes now due upon this person, Salah is absolutely is the most immediate because it's everyday, but then you have fasting that comes once a year, and then you have Hajj that comes that comes once in your

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lifetime. So for you, for example, if you have never been to Hajj, your minimum obligation now is to believe that Hajj is obligatory that Allah commands you to go and visit his house in Mecca, but the details of the hedge fund was Delica, the technicalities of a harem and so on, these things do not become obligatory upon the person unless he or she make the intention to live that year to hedge then they become required to learn the technicalities and the details of performing a sound hygiene shallow dialogue. Fun one not to speak about abstinence is right now, things that require abstain from kawamata fo B has to be made the dominant one. This depends on the circumstances. These things

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depend on the circumstances like what he brings an example is lady amata, alumina hormonal II, for someone who's blind, they don't have to learn the details of what is prohibited to watch. Because essentially, they don't watch it, they can see that and he said what what are other upcoming alumina, aluminum, and someone who's mute cannot speak. They don't have there is no obligation on them to learn basically, the meaning of backbiting and so on. And let's now that we have sign language, now that becomes an issue as well. Can you do that through sign language? Can you start lying and so on using gestures? In this case, they have to learn that as well that this is also as

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long as if you speak it out because that's the language of this person right now. Qualifying cannot be valid in Utah trophy he should go home What if? What if this person resided or lived in a country

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In which

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drinking and wearing silk has become is considered normal. Like in our situation, you living in the West, you go to any grocery store, you have all the alcohol over there. And everything sometimes, you know, food has alcohol. And so eventually it's available there for the public. In this case, Karla wotja Valley and the artifactory medallic, it becomes obligatory upon this person to learn the prohibition of these things. So for let's say, the talking about an ideal Muslim environment, that everything is Mashallah beautiful, nice and so forth. But then, as we've seen in some Muslim countries, trends, cultural cultural trends happen in that society, you start, you find a lot of

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people now start bringing alcohol into the Muslim countries drugs, and then you have the internet and you have all these fittings that happens to the communities. So based on the new technology that comes to them with the site to the society, they become obligated to learn the pitfalls and the dangers of using this, this, this technology becomes obligatory even upon parents, in as a parent, for example, living here in America, as a parent, if you are going to bring internet to the house. If you bring the internet to the house, you need to learn what is halal, what is haram and how to make sure that you don't practice something haram or at least your kids don't have access to the

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Haram thing. If you're going to bring

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any kind of technology in the house, you need to make sure how this is used right? And how to make sure that they don't use it in the wrong way. And nothing Haram is practice on this technology, it is your responsibility as parent to learn these things and then let your children use that. So if the access to the Haram is not delegated circumstantial issues here, if there is no access to the harem, they don't have to know the details of that thing. But if they if Haram is available around them and becomes very, very common, and this case, you're more you become obligated and even more responsible you yourself responsible to learn how to avoid this harm. But I'm going to call that as

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for the beliefs, things in the heart for eligible l Mojave hazard will help you become obligated to learn many of these things. But again, based on the circumstances, the circumstances not just based on what which means these thoughts that crosses your mind. You know, if someone again lives in an ideal Muslim family, ideal Muslim family, they are raised to believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala. They are raised to recite the Quran to believe the Quran is the book of Allah azza wa jal, they are raised to believe in humans, the creation of Allah subhana wa sallam. But as they grow older, as these kids grow older, now they start having some challenges. These challenges in the school, the

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challenge of different ideologies, and then the issue of evolution, and then so on. So eventually now many thoughts on you know how young men and women, the it's easy to impress them with these thoughts and these ideas, so eventually becomes dangerous. Now, as they progress as Muslims as young adults, they're responsible to learn the details of the Shabbat, they need to make sure that they have enough strong evidence and Eman not to fall into the trap of these shewhart. And these doubtful matters. And as parents also you become more responsible to learn more about this issue to avoid your children going into this fitna. Now that is a very serious matter, because upon alarming

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falling into the sense such as drinking, or going to drugs, and so forth, eventually, they know it's wrong. And they're going to come back one day in shallow data. But if they go into an issue of athleta initial belief that the change is completely the perception of the creation of our last panel, and even the existence of alized origin is extremely, extremely dangerous genders things. I know my parents, they put all these filters on the internet filters in regard to Aflac and moralities. But they have no new perception at least of how dangerous it is, for what they watch and what they read and what the conversation they have. And even sometimes the books that they read,

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becomes very dangerous. So be aware of that and make sure that these are these thoughts. you're prepared to answer many questions for children. And if you yourself, don't have the answer, you need to make sure that you have at least a resource, someone who can help you out in shallow data with that, he said qualify and khattala who shall come fill money and let it idle Allah Kalamata Shahada, whatever it is to be Elijah shuck. If someone came if someone hasn't had a doubt, a thought came to my cross your mind that might cast some doubt on the meaning of a shadow Allah Allah, Allah, Allah know Muhammad Rasulullah, the meaning of the heat basically, this case, you become obligated to

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learn enough knowledge to dispel these apprehensions and these and these doubts, that's the minimum that you are required now to learn you don't have to learn all the details of the stomach you know, theology and sex and so on. But to have enough evidence that you make yourself you're a leader and you believe in Allah subhanaw taala sound, but when you cannot be better than but karate he'll be the word of Allah in LA and yet Allah can help. And if you lived in a country when there's so many

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innovations around you, you become obligated as a Muslim as a believer to learn enough and knowledge and evidences in order to to recognize a certain nominal beta, the truth from that which is innovation. You have to have the minimum knowledge to help you throughout this. Karla Kamara, Kanata. JOHN, just like if you're a merchant fee valid in Shafi river in a country that has lots of practices involving river and usually an interest was about $1, and Hagerman. Now you become obligated as a Muslim merchant, to learn how to avoid using a river. Not so many people, they invest time in that because eventually they just you know, go with the flow. It's just everybody's actually

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practicing that. And it doesn't even cross their mind that I'm doing anything wrong because it's just everybody's doing it. And really, it does not cross their mind that this practice is wrong. But as a believer you're responsible for making sure that whatever you do, is in accordance in accordance with the Quran. And the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called William by the lemon man, I will back they will genetti when not, you're also obligated one of these minimum obligations in terms of alcanada that you learn an email, the sound belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala particularly bill bath, which is resurrection, while genetti will not an agenda paradise and

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the firewall is not one of these minimums. Why he mentioned that because if you check the, the ayah that was revealed during the meccan period, that many of the IOD were focusing on believing in Allah subhana wa tada the oneness of Allah azza wa jal. And then al Eman Billa polyoma after

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all was it's mentioned la Mandela to believe in Allah, and the final day and even when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to emphasize that meaning and money I had it used to say, Man can manipulate volume and whoever believes in Allah and the final day believing in Allah and the final day, so it's always, always the second most important in that sense, because if you believe in the Hereafter, everything else becomes easy for you to believe to basically to follow in this dunya. But if there is no believe in the Hereafter, eventually everything will be challenged after that call for Barnaby Mata, Karna, Anil Murata Vitara, Villa la melody who are for blind man at the iron jubu Allah shots,

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this is basically saying this is the minimum for the line, which means this is personal obligation on you, the person obligatory

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for that's upon you, as a person need to learn these things. So it does, it's not enough that you grow up in a Muslim family. Now as you grow older in the Muslim family, you need to update your Eman. You need to update your information and you need to update your search to have that sound image and sound practice of the dean, as you grow older don't just depend on the tradition of the past. You have to upgrade your image your image again and your and your knowledge as well. unaffordability fire as for 435 which is the community for this is communal now obligation, it means if What if a group of the community practices that the sin will be removed from the rest of the from

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from everybody else. But if they all abandoned that obligation, have they all abandoned that obligation, everybody will be counted as sinful. So the community obligation here, it's that requirement upon the community, not necessarily anyone in particular, it just a community forum in this case, and I mentioned here, Carla, for who couldn't do l Mila you start now Andrew 51 more than dunya he said this is every single science every science every field that we cannot survive in this dunya without having it you know and applying it to our lives every every single science if you think of any science like what he gives example

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such as medicine for it, who will who

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have done it

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before because we all need medicine and we all need doctors in order to help you know maintain healthy healthy bodies we need that what is up mathematics and back then mathematics and medicine were just like the two big things just like in our time technology back then, you know medicine and and mathematics was the was the the pinnacle of all sciences. He said what he said for in the auditorium 50 Smith and mamarazzi vasavada because we need mathematics in order to help us calculate you know the inheritance calculate also the worlds and other things as well. If you had the loom Hello, hello Bella do am Maya komova how Jalan Belen is these kind of Sciences in this kind of

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fields? If they are not practice in Juanita in one town, one city one place means all the people will live in hardship, they will live in hardship. What is karma Bihar Hayden Kapha was subtitled forgotten about it and if one individual will take the responsibility of qualifying himself or herself in this field, then the obligation will be fulfilled.

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The center will be removed from everybody else. And then he said, What are you to add? Gentlemen? Don't be surprised. He says, Listen, he says Don't be surprised when we say in our heads up and photokey fire, that medicine and mathematics is considered community obligation. We need to have mathematicians good mathematicians in communities, we need to have good doctors in the community. He said Don't be surprised when I say this is also considered an obligation on the Community College no solo center it either meant for the lucky fire means that even even any kind of crafts in this society are considered for the key fire. This is community obligation as well

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as artisans such as an invention example can fill out how it will occur such as you know farmers, we need that skill don't we need that agenda? Of course we need that. Also, if you need someone to sue you're on your clothes and fix it for you. And you said Well, hey Gemma and her jam is the one is the basically the one who practice what we call it covering basically, when you when you when you lose a few cuts on you know, behind the head, sometimes on the arms or the legs, bloodletting, basically to take the blood that it contaminate or support blood out to keep you know, the body healthy is just like one of the medical practices back then and then had jam at some point, you

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know, they would kind of let look at down because of the profession that they deal with them blood and so forth. So it says even that we still needed we did we do need this as a community because this is something important qualifier in no local domain had jam. Let us Rahl Halekulani, because of the community and of the city had no had jam no one like this to practices on them. And to help them out with that. He says basically, L'Aquila him people perhaps you know, well, if your hardships alcoholic means death will come very close to them for in the Angela, Angela della wash today less dramatically, because the one who Brent who brought down all these diseases and sicknesses. He also

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sent down medicine with that. And he also guided us to use all these practices to help us reach, you know, to these diseases with our treatment. And then he said, Well, I'm not I'm locodoco has

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said, As for going deep into learning all the details of mathematics, and all the details about the medicine

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and all the other things. So how do you add to formula so this is excess knowledge, meaning, we need to have minimum requirements, minimum, you know, specialties to serve the community bodies. And then if we if we need any extra specific specific specialty, like in our, in our time today, and a doctor, they specialize in so many things, especially in the very particularly any aspect of the human body sometimes. And that's what he means by that if you're going to be going into these tiny details, say this is excess knowledge, means you don't have to go that far as much as long as you can maintain the general you know, health

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of the human body color layer. Now this turned on because we could really survive without that we could survive without that. Walker, the unova the aluminum, sometimes some knowledge is considered MOBA, meaning it's permissible, it's not obligatory, and it's not prohibited and it's not janee

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reproach knowledge. And he mentioned such as a mobile Asha learning literature. And he means when he says poetry, it is literature in general. But Allah Sharla de la Sahaba means to learn some poetry and literature that is considered reasonable. Plus psychopathy is not trivial. It's not some something vulgar. It's something reasonable, that's nothing wrong with that, whatever you think about and also learning history, that also something that's beneficial. It's, it's permissible. And it's good also to learn. Well, could you could Obama's moment, sometimes going into some fields of knowledge concerning the moon, which means this is not this is not encouraged. This is discouraged.

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And it's an approach you know, to seek these fields of knowledge.

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Such as learning magic. I know this time last panel and watching all these movies and reading all these books these days about about magic and amulets and so forth, the young ones really good Paladin, three, they want to learn that stuff. And believe it or not Yahuwah public libraries, they do have books that help people learn that stuff. They don't have that. So I would say be careful. Sometimes the kids are just grabbed these books out of curiosity, and they want to see if it's true. If it's true, they learn few spells and I think it's fun. It just you know, trivial, but it's really, really serious matter. So be careful with that, but also not what Toby said and also making

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all these amulets and all that stuff that you know magicians usually do. So this is something dangerous should not be spending any time on Lynda dot stuff. But family heirlooms Sharif akula Hamada. As for religious religious sciences, and the field of science really related to the deen for kulula mahamudra is considered praiseworthy.

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Any field of the Shara considered the Praiseworthy, what unpossible he said it can be divided to three character to four categories, the religious sciences divided into four categories number one color

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and women by men principles is in our core principles. Number two, what is our basically the literal translation is is branches but he mean by that we're going to cover that in shallow understanding of things. Number three, one mocha Demuth mocha demand these are normal at meaning these are like

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sciences or instrumental sciences that helps you understand other sciences other room. And then number four one more time me Matt, these are complimentary fields uncomplimentary fields of science, so explaining them again he goes on medical school, yes for the core principles or sciences number one Qatar Allah subhanho wa Taala as soon as Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam Kitab Allah, the Book of Allah azza wa jal, the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam wedgemount Luma and also learning about the Jamaat of the Sahaba of the Lancome and the opinions of the Sahaba de la No, well, I thought Sahaba so to learn these things, and everything related to that, including Tafseer and also

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the commentary on the Hadith is the second one called alpha rule. This is now the secondary principles. So you have the primary principles, and then the secondary principles are sciences. Now fully Mammon, Hadid also madman he would ever we understand whatever understanding we get from these main primary school, such as the Quran and Sunnah. What an abattoir. Oh, cool hat for a minute love the animal for the weather. Basically, these are the principles we derive and we deduct from the main the main principles of Quran and the Sunnah example, he said, an abyss Allah Selim says what I call the World War One, the judge should not rule this is now a serious Islamic rule. Harrington

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said before and Muslim the prophets of Allah said and he warns judges, those who said, you know, behind the bench and they make you know, judgment in the judiciary, he says, I'll call the should not rule in a state of rage when he's angry. So if you are angry, if you are upset, you should not rule that's what the professor Sam said if you're angry, don't rule me don't give any judgment. Why is that? What do you guys think that it's not permissible for a judge to give a role when he's angry?

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Why is that?

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What's so significant about it?

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It would come from the shaytaan what else you will not be neutral Why is that?

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It becomes emotional

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influenced by the state of rage right now maybe because the person enraged you so in this case, it doesn't become objective judgment it becomes subjective you know what I'm going to hurt you so judge rule against this person or that person?

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Now, does that mean it's only when you're when the judges only when his angle isn't allowed to judge? Or could we also extend that ruling to anything that could block that neutrality and objectivity of the role?

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Like what

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Mike was some other things

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how about extreme extreme happiness? If the if the judge received good news that he was very very excited and is so happy and so

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what do you what when he came to the bench Can you can can this person rule right now? Maybe he's too excited that he doesn't want to inflict any harm on anybody says okay you know what forgiven fellas masala

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they say even in extreme joy should not be rolling. Just like extreme sadness and grief, you cannot be rolling. Even when you're hungry. They said had the unknown like do our job, you should not rule when hungry, because if you're hungry, what are you going to do? Let's get over with him right? If the case is gonna take an hour and you're hungry, you just finished it in five minutes just let's go over with that whatever rule that you do. So you should not be rolling one also are hungry and even if you need to do is the bathroom. So anything based on this, this is not the second understanding but the secondary principles he said. Now these logical rules that we learn from these primary

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principles and primary sciences that help us understand the book of Allah subhana wa tada and the sin of the prophets of Allah Salaam and what we derived from these primary rule number three, the third field of Sciences Allah, Allah maka demand. He allegedly mentioned a lot. makishima means like introduction, but what's the meaning of introduction of overhead? The mean he means by maka demotic, these are now the tools that are used to understand the main sciences, such as the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala. What exactly as a Muslim What do you need to learn in order to help you understand the book of Allah zosen What do you guys think one of these one of these

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Arabic right before we even do anything

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You have to know how to read it right? So if you're going to be reading the Quran, to what level does that include touch with? learning to read?

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Is to certain level you have to just learn to touch with a certain extent. But more important than that the Gita is worth the grammar, Elmo now, but to what extent are you obligated to learn the grammar? Enough to help you recognize and understand the basic structure of the Arabic language which is in this case will be the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so these are just an example of these instruments and tools that will help you understand the primary or soon the fourth, the fourth category he said well motor math, complimentary sciences, or art. He says like learning the difference that are out of the Quran if you learn how to recite the Quran,

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following one method such as helps an answer. You don't have to learn Cologne and wash and all the other karate that becomes complimentary sciences. One maharjan heroes, meaning learning all the technicalities of the Makati, which means not learning how to pronounce as much as learning all the details of this of these heroes. Well me vs my original Hadith Elijah Lattimore haram and also to learn the names of all the scholars of Hadith to learn all their status, you know, and and positions among the Ummah and so forth. Carla, these are considered complimentary sciences, what they are aluminum, Sharia wakulla Hamamoto, these are religious sciences and branches of ob and Islamic

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Studies, and they're all considered praiseworthy. However, now he brings you back again, to the main and the core and most most important aspects of knowledge.

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for Mr. l mamilla. As for the other category of L, which is the element Mohammed means your dealings with the last panel.

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Having the knowledge of having the sound kneel dealing with the last panel, what are you Lord karlovo Elmo, this is to learn the conditions of the heart, the condition and circumstances and the situations and everything related to your heart. And he mentioned examples called health. What Raja what Reba was a philosopher at Delhi, such as feeding Allah subhanho wa Taala. And having hope and allies

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being satisfied a reader with content with what Allah Spano decreed for you was being truthful in your heart, not just the tongue and the heart first, will last sincerity to Allah subhanaw taala first and foremost, and then to everybody else around you will find everything related to the to the heart color for huddle. And now he's emphasizing on this and I want you to pay attention to the statement, color for huddle, l Mortazavi Kabbalah, it's because of this type of knowledge, this type of deal in dealing with the last panel more than this, the essence of knowledge is tough. avi kivar. Allah, the great scholars of Islam, became great scholars of Islam,

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these giants, among the real amount of Islam, it's because of this knowledge, their true knowledge of Allah subhanho wa Taala of their true feeling of Allah azza wa jal of love of Allah subhanho wa Taala sincerely to Allah azza wa jal, it is for this. They become they became who they became people Allah will be the start of Khartoum. And because they implemented that in their lives, they mentioned became very popular among the crowd and among the generations after that case, if you're on a Thursday example, you mentioned Sophia Anatoly Rahim Allah Allah Allah will be hanifa when Malik was shot very well I murder him ology man, just because of that sense. And then he brings now

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the time his time he bringing people to his time. Remember the Imam Al ghazali or Mr. Lowe dalla though the author of a hero Luma Dean, who after the origin of basically book of this series, he basically he lived in the in the 12 1112 century, and then a man of New Jersey, after that few few decades after that, then a Magneto Kodama, he wasn't a 13th century. So imagine that we're talking about 700 800 years ago. Look how he describes the condition of the LMR and the oma at that time thought we're in a mud hut, but the Muslim enable fukuhara will remain until until Karma Karma Natasha William B. Soren elmy minivator accident Allen knifes and Tableau Allah. He was going to be

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a fire. He says the degree of the lemma and the fukuhara of the Muslim mean of his time his circle about his time 700 800 years ago imagine our time right now Gemma says the degree and the Yanni the status of this LMR it was put down and hotpot which means decreased, went way down. Why is that? Because of the the because of the lack of the knowledge

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A lack of proper knowledge and practice of these mahkamah means these really sciences and heirloom, and they they they they make themselves busy they made themselves so busy Tushar William disorderly and just by the super, super official aspects of M, and n knowledge. Men avoid accidental enough's without really stressing so much without stressing themselves. So putting themselves so much, and who Ilakaka to reach deep down to the core understanding of these illume and the sciences with family halfaya and start walking upon the subtle aspects of these sciences, imagine someone who really understand the sensitivity to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Imagine yourself, when you truly know

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the meaning of feeling Allah subhanho wa Taala. Imagine yourself, when you truly understand the meaning the meaning of being content, whatever Allah subhanho wa Taala decrees and gifts to you. Imagine, if you have that in your heart all the time, imagine that you keep reminding yourself over and over and over again. Instead of just being busying yourself, so much of reading books, and learning tricks and learning, funeral debates and so forth. Imagine, if you put yourself in understanding what the little of what you learn. And that was the panela. One amazing thing, the remedy observed the seller Illa Allah, back in the days at the time of the Sahaba. And after the

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Sahaba of the law of the land home, how many books were available, you know, for the people to read a few.

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And then later, a few generations after that, the number of books increased, the number of alumni increased, which means access to knowledge increased. But what happened to the quality of that knowledge, it decreased. Now we live in an exceptional time, access to knowledge is beyond the imagination of any human being of that time, Kenny, imagine carrying your cell phone with you, and you have access to to the cloud. And then you have millions and millions of files, just under the tip of your finger. You can have access to books and sciences and experiences, many of the scars of that time, they would have killed themselves to get one little portion of that. However, with all

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this huge access to the end that we have with the large number of books that we own, and we can buy, and we can have access to it on digital forms and all kinds of you know, forms of power, where this huge exposure to the quality of the elements going down

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is supposed to go up because of the law. We have the knowledge, we have the books, but yeah, we do have the papers. We have the volumes, but we don't have the understanding. We don't have that deep and profound and it learning the essence of that and that we're learning and that's what commandment Kodama Rahim, Allah was criticizing him and he said Carla will enter 30 to 40 here the column of the hurry will Leon he was supposed to Rami You said you will find one of the focus speaker about the focus of his time. So some of the focus there will be talking about of the heart one of the rules of folk when a man swear as against his wife that she is prohibited and like she's held on for him like

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his mom was early on when they had to you know, curse one another if they were suspecting you know, any kind of practice or an immoral practice between a husband and wife was suboptimal Rami was entertainment racing and all these things and so forth. While you felt free it legitimately Dorothea, he says if you want the full kaha they keep you know going down branching off from these from these loom and these basically muscle keep going all the way down. Do who don't live yet means ages and centuries will pass by while they're still discussing these matters. However, you would never even need to discuss an abysmal sign. In reality, these muscles are completely irrelevant to

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you. So you would not be need them. But they just keep themselves busy studying all that stuff while the column of loss but they never sit down to talk about sincerity. They would never sit down to talk about being sincere to Allah subhanho wa Taala what I have luminaria and this person is they never warn you against a Ria, against showing off what has led for behind. Although this is what we know to be for blind This is obligatory now to be sincere to stay away from Maria and showing off this is not obligatory upon you when the other things that are considered considered for the LT file currently in Valhalla, because if you abandon this, if you abandon the essence of this loss

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sincerely to Allah subhanho wa Taala avoiding area that cause destruction that's caused this huge destruction and the other ones considered for the FISA con. Well unknown Sudan Ella Terkel, munakata, Neff civil airfloss if you ask this person about why you're not speaking about class, and speaking about Ria and showing off and so on, let me

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Good job, this person will not have an answer to it.

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They don't have an answer for this, because they know they're wrong. They have no answer to this. But then when I was sued and led the show, will he be massaged in the annual Rami? And this person was asked why they visit themselves so much with all these other branches such as a Leon marami. And so on. La Kala hydrophobic effect, he said this is because it's a community obligation, as if he's saying, I'm responsible to deliver that to the community called La Casa de, he's right. He's told the truth about it. But Kofi la he also forget that even mathematics the same thing, mathematics, also community obligation in this case. So why don't you just use that fella, Tasha Levy, why don't

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you just go and study mathematics right now. And the other things that are in memory to better jolliness unfortunately, it's his own pneus means his own self keeps beautifying these things for him. It makes it nice, make them believe basically, his neffs is fooling him. that what you're doing is great. You know, this is something very important. Don't leave that it is the most important thing you need to study, Leon amatsu dominaria, sortable monada lava because eventually, when you study and learn these things, and he's talking about his time when the issue of polemics and debates among the fukuhara to establish and support their opinions and their schools of thoughts. What at

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its peak at its Pinnacle, says this was something was the culture back then, that what brings them to fame, but not mathematics or anything else? column. It says, I want you to know, When shall we conclude with this with this statement from him? While I'm an open book dealer, alpha and maharsha says you need to know and realize that even some terminologies were changed. terminology, some of the elements they use terminologies for a specific science was specific understanding of the focus of his time speaking about the focus of his time, they change the essence of these sciences, these these terminologies, terminological fields, take the word field, if I asked you right now, if I say

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the word jurisprudence folk, what comes to your mind?

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What is the first thing that comes to your mind?

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Salah, what else?

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fasting bahara All right, he says that what comes to the mind first, although when the LMR they put the word folk, when they establish this science or this terminology in the first place. He said they meant by that they meant by that l Mutharika

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is the science basically that takes you to the hereafter knowing the path to the hereafter. And that's why one of the books of Eman attribute remember bouhanni for him Allah, Allah is alphacool. Akbar means the major filk which is related to aqidah belief in Allah subhana wa Taala and the sense of the hereafter. But he says it's the amount of the of the later times that they changed the terminology from being to the issue of that take it to the Hereafter, to the subject of bahala, salah and so on. And he said that eventually it that is supposed to be the science that takes you to the hereafter will not refer to the fattening foods and learning all the diseases of the heart, but

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mostly that Allah man what really nullifies your deeds nullifies your good deeds that you make, and also a call to the health of the Hakata dunya. And having that strong understanding and believe, how insignificant the unions knowing how insignificant the unions will should tolerate and how how much passion you have to reach the Acura was the law and hopefully are local and the capture how much fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala and taqwa captures, captures the heart. This is basically the essence of the element as Imam Kodama him Allah Allah signifies the point that Imam Rahim Allah was mentioning here, there are so many terminologies related to human knowledge has been changed. This

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is just one of them. And he mentioned actually five major terminologies we use them in the wrong way and shout out about a coda when we come back next week, we will also be continuing discussing these terminologies as well as the different branches of Elune

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what is considered praiseworthy, and what is not and then finally, he will start talking about the etiquette of seeking knowledge and delivering the knowledge you as a student of knowledge, watch what

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you should observe as you select and you start taking this knowledge and as a speaker, what are the etiquettes and love and when you deliver the knowledge to people what are the etiquettes that you need to observe when of course you share this with the people so inshallah next week when the night when we come back, we will discuss these terminologies and learn more about the flock and the etiquette of C phonology followed on any question Gemma

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there are no questions I'm going to ask questions.

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Mashallah, you guys been quiet today? Yes

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mitofit walkovr today How could they be Hakata to dunya worship Tata loi Ilana email after was delightful Sofia local was still at home. That's what he how he defined the incessant basically it's what he mentioned as a mama benaco vanilla it's to learn to have the knowledge that will make your relationship and dealings with Allah subhanho wa Taala. Sonia online. It is indeed something very crucial because that's the essence and the essence of knowledge. I mean, why do people learn things and they don't practice that? Why do people they learn things and they keep you know, practicing against what they learned? Why do people learn things and they forget about this knowledge panel,

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why it's not affecting their, their? Why? Anyone Allah subhanho wa Taala send them via and we mentioned that in many other talks, when Allah subhanaw taala sent them via he summarized the message of musala the message of Musa alayhis salaam, the message of Ibrahim Ali said and the message of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam with one word at this key

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jetski which means purification of the heart. The purification of the heart, didn't last on our data, summarize the statement the message of Moses around he says it has a life that I wanna denote Allah. Allah called Moses Ellison, you go to around, because he's an he's a he's a tyrant in otava What did he say? What do you tell him to do?

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for coal halakha ila and Tezuka? Just talk to him a few words, should you purify yourself?

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Why don't you come and purify your heart?

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Allah summarize all the messages Moosa. See all the debates that Muslims would frown, all the challenges, all the miracles that Allah give Moosa, two feet to fight around with all these miracles, just to purify this man. And when Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam admitted that Allah subhanho wa Taala sent the Prophet for his offspring later on, what did he say? You are lemuel kita will hake matter? Why use a key him, he teach them the book, and wisdom. And then what? What is the key and purify their hearts and their souls. Same thing about a sort of lions sallallahu wasallam. So the point here is that this is supposed to bring purification of the soul purification of the heart, I

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understand we're going to come to talk about that later and shallow data. We are human beings. After all,

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I don't expect it to be an angel. And if you do expect of yourself to be an angel, that's a problem. But at least as a human being your perfection as a human being, is when you make a mistake, you fix it.

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You don't just keep making the mistake over and over again, over and over again over and over again. And you never try to fix it. Yes, you can make that mistake over and over again. And every time you do it, you feel guilty, you should be fine. But you do it over and over again until you get this synthesizer and then now it's no longer actually offense to you, and then you just don't even try to change it.

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That's a problem. Human perfection, we believe in human perfection. But the human perfection is what what benefits humans not angels. And again, that means if you make a mistake, you can fix that. So that's the meaning of the element, if you don't have that, and that really brings you to the essence of it, which is the essence of the message of Allah subhana wa tada he sent with the MBR purification of the heart, then we'll learn nothing. Thank you very much.

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We say that in the last lecture, you told us that there is not attending lectures or classes. So how can we get there? I didn't say that is not there. I say don't think that is only attending classes and attending, you know, seminars, that doesn't give you that gives you information.

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What do you guys got for me right now for the past 45 minutes, 50 minutes, you got information right? Now, how you deal with it, how you process this information? That's the end.

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That's the the knowledge that you're going to get? Is you processing that information? If you process that right, it becomes then because now martial arts became beneficent. And if you did not process that the proper way. He just didn't benefit from that. So how could you call this and it was just an information that went from one ear and left from the other now, yes.

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How can you balance this issue? You know, sometimes, yeah, we get extremely obsessed that I want to have this test key of my soul. I want to have the purification of the heart and purification of my ads. You keep obsessed by that. Sometimes you just do. You don't. You don't give it enough time to learn. You just want to keep focusing on the heart.

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So okay, in this case, I need to do formulate more fast and more, and you stop reading. No, we're not saying to abandon reading or attending classes or learning. You have to learn and grow in knowledge as well as grow in spirituality. I mentioned that many times. And I would like to emphasize this one more time. There's a difference between being religious and being spiritual.

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being religious, you will have all the information you can think of, I can ask money, you can ask me many questions, I can give you so many answers to these questions based on evidences, I'll give you that. But being spiritual, that's different.

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That's why you see so many people when you look from the outside Mashallah, they look religious,

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they have the nice beautiful beard, they this nicely they come to them as a regular lady, she was a nice hijab and so on. But then when you deal with them, oh, the villa

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so rude, no law, no manners mean? What is this? What type of what type of religious it is that so again, being religious does not warrant you becoming spiritual. At the same time being spiritual does not necessarily become religious, you have so many people who are actually spiritual but they're not even Muslims.

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They they follow a particular path of mysticism that makes him so soft. And they always you know, soft when it comes to talking about God and and and the creation of God and so on. And even sometimes just the connection with the world without even believing in God, that does not necessarily make them religious. So in order to do that, you have to balance both the religious by learning and educating yourself and being spiritual by practicing what you learn and focusing on your soul. Well, Ah, yes.

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The question is, okay, we say that you need to have the admin knowledge in order to benefit your community. You have the animal photokey fire, for example, then the minimum for the community. Now, how am I going to balance this with making living and you could do both, how many doctors we know in the community Mashallah, they're very religious, and very active in dalla there are so many people are active in their field, and they do a good job, Mashallah. And when it comes to Dharma, I know engineers people in it, they could use their skills in benefiting the deen and the devil for Allah subhanho wa Taala. So they do all this benefit. This is a good deal and a lot of blood on me. But

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what they need to do is in addition to that, first focusing on themselves as one, this is a message Actually, I put on Quran Weekly, in regard to the Muslim activists really, and the quarter. So last panel medalla, sometimes in the process of working so hard to deliver the message to other people will forget about ourselves. So that we have this bridge in the backyard, you work so hard in the front yard, that you have this bridge in the backyard, and when you when you look behind you, it's empty. And there is nothing you can do to stand on. And that's why Unfortunately, many people lose hearts after some time when they volunteer for so long. In order to sustain that volunteer engine

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for a long time, you have always to keep make sure that you have fuel, you have enough energy. And that's what it means that you have to balance that when you benefit the community. You also need to work on yourself. And that's when it would come to the test to balance that as much as possible. You need to find those feelings by doing clear multiple practice individual divided

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practice the individual labor that I know most people they don't like to practice individually, but that because you feel you feel alone when you do that when you first Monday, everybody's eating around you. It's stressful.

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And when you just do the umbrella when everybody's snoring in the house, it is really stressful. But that's what's going to benefit yourself. You're going to your soul benefit your heart. Many people that come to me later on in Ramadan because it's enjoyable with the community, but doing it alone, it's it's a difficult task. So again, you need to enjoy it individually, as much as you do that inshallah public. Allah says any question

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