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HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA
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HIPAA COMPLIANCE AND THE INDEPENDENT CPA

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WHEN WILL YOUR INDEPENDENT CPA BE CONCERNED WITH HIPAA COMPLIANCE?

WHEN WILL YOUR INDEPENDENT CPA BE CONCERNED WITH HIPAA COMPLIANCE?

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  • 1. Islam Fact or Fiction?
  • 2. What do people base their lives on? Society? Traditions (culture)? What “feels” good? Money?
  • 3. “Blind Faith”  The followers of other religions have no decisive proof for their belief  They believe in their religions emotionally or through imitation
  • 4.  However when it comes to normal things in life people apply a lot of thought such as buying a car, house, choosing a University course
  • 5. Woke Up in a Dark Room? Why am I in this dark room ? How did I get in this room ? How do I get out of this room ?
  • 6. Woke up in the World? Why am in this world ? What was before my life? What will be after my life?
  • 7. If Greatest Problem is solved…  If you solve the greatest problem in your life  All partial problems faced in life are related with the greatest Problem Greatest Problem:  What is the relationship between you, your life, and the universe, what came before it, and what will come after it?
  • 8. Ground Rules  Answer should be comprehensive  Must agree with the reality and be a verifiable fact  Rational conclusion, we limit ourselves to what we can perceive and sense
  • 9. So how can it be that when it comes to the most important questions about life; which define the purpose of our lives that we should just have ‘faith’ without being convinced absolutely?
  • 10. Multiple Choice question: So you’re a Muslim eh? Why? a) Since my parents are Muslim therefore I am a Muslim b) Their might be a Creator and Qur’an may be true, so it is better to be safe than sorry c) I have proven Islam by verifying what it claims, therefore I know that a Creator definitely Exists, and Quran is definitely from the Creator
  • 11. Only Valid Answer c) I have proven Islam by verifying what it claims, and God definitely Exists, and Quran is definitely from God Why? - “And verily guess is no substitute for the truth.” [TMQ 53:28] - “Know (with certainty) that there is no illah (god) but Allah”
  • 12. Proof of Islam Lies is 3 aspects 1) Proof of Existence of the Creator 2) Proof that the Quran is indeed from the Creator 3) Proof of that Muhammad (SAW) is a Prophet of God
  • 13. Proof of Creator
  • 14. Examples of the Limited  We can see that man is born and dies
  • 15. Examples of Limited  Man can only grow a certain height and size
  • 16. Examples of Limited  The earth, moon and stars likewise have a starting and end point  The life of a star or galaxy may be a very long period of time, but they are definitely limited in that they all have a starting and ending
  • 17. Universe is Limited  Everything within the universe is limited in size, and has a beginning and an ending  The universe is the sum of all the limited things in contains  What is contains is limited, finite things
  • 18. Universe is Limited  The sum of a limited, finite things is limited finite  Although the universe is very large, it is made up of limited parts  Something made of limited parts would deem the total (sum) limited
  • 19. Everything is Dependent  Man, life and the universe is that all of these are needy and dependent  To exist, they must have assistance from something else, they are not self sustaining
  • 20. Let’s look at an example What is Ishraq Dependent on to exist? Parents
  • 21. Another Example What is this tree Dependent on to exist?
  • 22. PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER…
  • 23. The Question mark…. The source of which everything relies upon has to be Independent and Unlimited
  • 24. The Universe has a Cause  The cause of the universe is:  ‘Unlimited’ and beyond creation  Not subject to time or space, as this is attribute of creation  Is a being that has a will to create…how else can a timeless being bring the universe into existence?  Not subject to the laws that govern the universe
  • 25. A Creator Exists  We have examined the existence of a Creator, what is the relationship with the Creator?  The interrelationships with man, life, and what is after creation?
  • 26. Human beings are limited  Human beings are limited to what they can perceive with their senses, so it is impossible to perceive the Essence of the Creator  Essence  How is the Creator? Why did he Create? What does he want from me? How does he exist?
  • 27. Necessitates External Revelation  It is like the “Knock on the Door”  We know someone is there, but we do not know who, until we open the Door  Thus to know “Who” is the Creator, it would require him to send external revelation those seeking answers
  • 28. PROOF OF QUR’AN
  • 29. The Eternal Challenge  Qur’an Chapter 2 Verse 23 “And if you are in doubt concerning that which We have sent down to our servant (Muhammed pbuh) then bring a chapter of the like thereof and call your witnesses (supporters and helpers) besides Allah if you are truthful”
  • 30. So who created the Qur’an?  Rational deduction  Is it from an Arab Non-Arab the Prophet (SAW) the Creator
  • 31. Historical Fact  Historical fact that the Arabs at the time of revelation were masters in the use of Arabic  They were articulate users of the language but also held those skilled in the arts of linguistic composition in high esteem. “It should be known that Arabs thought highly of poetry as a form of speech. Therefore, they made it the archives of their history, the evidence for what they considered right and wrong, and the principal basis of reference for most of their sciences and wisdom.” Ibn Khaldun
  • 32. A Failure “The elephant. What is the elephant? And who shall tell you what is the elephant? He has a ropy tail and a long trunk. this is a [mere] trifle of our Lord's creations.” Musaylamah  Concerning the style of his speech; he followed the kahin style of rhymed prose, and of the pronouncing of oaths.  If the Arabs at that time failed, who is the author? Using Rational Deduction, it can not be a Arab, a non-Arab or even the Prophet Muhammed.
  • 33. They All Failed  If the people best placed to challenge the Qur’an failed, then who can do it?  Some of the challengers:  Musaylamah  The Quraish  Ibn Al-Mukaffa‘  Abu'l-'Ala Al-Marri  Yahya b. Al-Hakam al-Ghazal  Sayyid 'Ali Muhammad  Ibn al-Rawandi  Bassar bin Burd  Sahib Ibn 'Abbad  Abu'l - 'Atahiya
  • 34. Calling God ‘God’:  Qur’an Chapter 2 Verse 23 “And if you are in doubt concerning that which We have sent down to our servant (Muhammad pbuh) then bring a chapter of the like thereof and call your witnesses (supporters and helpers) besides Allah if you are truthful”
  • 35. Conclusion  Islam provides a distinct viewpoint of life, unlike any other religion, thought, system or way of life  The Islamic Creed in based on rational and intellectual proofs, where every aspect relies upon decisive proof, understanding, and the opposite on imitation
  • 36. Conclusion  Islam is an Ideology with a comprehensive system, not a mere religion with rituals. Islam establishes a viewpoint in all aspects of life  Spiritual  Social  Economical  Political  Judicial
  • 37.  “Behold! in the creation of the heavens and the earth and the difference of night and day, and the ships which run upon the sea with that which is of use to men, and the water which Allah sends down from the sky, thereby reviving the earth after its death, and dispersing all kinds of beasts therein, and in the ordinance of the winds, and the clouds obedient between heaven and earth are signs (of Allah's sovereignty) for people who have sense.quot; [TMQ Al-Baqarah: 164]

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