The Creation of Adam #1

Aarij Anwer

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The Creation of Adam, Blowing of the Soul, Human Body + Soul

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telling us the reason why we worship Allah. Hmm. All right, here's what I'm going to do. I am going to create a breakout group.

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Alright, and I'm going to make it into two, maybe three rooms actually. Okay, three small, big breakout groups. And I'm going to pose a question for you. Are you ready for the question?

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Yes or no people? Yes. Yes. All right. So

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the question that I have for you is, how does this is what's the reason that Allah provides in this ayah

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for us to worship in this is on your screen, okay. So I am going to create these rooms and open them. And you are going to be now in those rooms. All right.

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I'm going to give you about a minute to do that.

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And when you're in your room, you gotta unmute your mic and speak about this. Yeah. Okay, very good. I see breakout room.

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Is there is Roger. Very good. A few of you are not there yet. Lina. Would you like to join the room? Perfect. Nina. Well done. Okay, how does this I know you'd like to also join the group. Perfect. Very good. Okay.

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discuss this place, and then I'll ask you to come back.

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Oh,

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hey, go rule one. How's it going?

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We are we supposed to check? Are we supposed to see the question?

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The question in the chat is Oh,

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oh, okay. Hold on. Let me try that again. Well, it's somewhere. Let me try this.

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Okay, I am going to actually

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so I can people are coming back to the main room. Okay, good.

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Okay, I was trying to see if that worked. All right, but I'm not sure if it worked out. Well. Let How did you What's it called?

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Did it work like, at all?

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No. Oh, boy. All right. Like I just showed us the link. It just showed you the link. Okay. So you weren't actually able to see. No, no. Okay. All right. Well, let's try that. Maybe in a different okay. Didn't work that well. You didn't talk? Okay. But you we got it. We got a What's it called?

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are two clicks. could hear the everyone in the room? Sorry, who? chat room number two could hear everyone in the room? Okay. Okay. Very good. So, were you able to have a discussion in chat? room number two? No. Okay, nevermind. It's okay. But we get to see the ideal thing is to do is where you have a few people who can be in a small group in that in that chat and they can talk about it. Maybe what I'll do next time is instead of sharing what's on the screen, I'll actually send you something beforehand. And that's something you can have it open on the side and and then you can discuss

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amongst yourself. Does that make sense? I think I think the group by itself. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way.

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But anyway, let us ask the question. Still the question is, people can't hear us. People can hear us.

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Hold on. I can hear you know, if you can hear them here. No. Okay, good.

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Are you able to hear? Yeah.

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Okay, great. So what's the, what is the reason that Allah provides to us for in this ayah? To worship, I'm going to actually ask someone to get people to like, raise their hands and then talk, raise hands using the participant

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menu there, huh? Is that okay? Yes.

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Sorry. Yes, go ahead.

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And that means that

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when you can be afraid of?

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Okay, very good. That's a good reason. Well done. The question again, for those of us who are wondering, you know, what is the question? The question is from this ayah? I am number 21 of Surah Baqarah. Right.

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What is the reason? Hmm?

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What's the reason? We are told by Allah that we should worship Him? Hmm. That's the question. All right. Now, that was good. Thank you very much. Marsha Dean. I'm actually going to mute everybody and then unmute one by one. Okay. So say No, go ahead.

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Um, what do you want me to answer? Oh, here's the question. You had your hand raised?

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Oh, yeah. Sorry. Um, so that we can all have righteousness. And He created us so that we can be tested. And in the end, we can see whether we passed or fail the test. Okay, great. Thank you. Enough. You've given more than a few reasons. All right. Thank you. So a reason he is here worship your Lord who created you? The first reason he gives us is he and the martial arts very good. No, no, not sorry. I was complimenting that I wasn't meaning it to be like a bad thing. Okay. He created you. That's Reason number one. Yeah. Reason number two.

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It doesn't another reason I'll leave that for somebody else to maybe fill in. But that so that we may become righteous, right? We may become righteous. Very good. So that's exactly the answer. Other people miroir

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unmute.

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Because he created our ancestors or

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excellent mobile I'm saying Ah, because he got it on point created our ancestors as well. Right.

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Okay, I'm gonna ask you to look at another IRA. The IRA right after this one, huh? That

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gives more reasons. You ready?

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All right, the eye goes as follows. I'll read the English and then I'll ask another to read the the translation. Okay. I love ijarah locomole. Love Your Asha was summer abena anzahl. Amina sama eema and Raja Vici minister Marathi this Polycom falletta, da da, da, da da da da mo moon. Okay. Now that would you like to read the

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the translation? I can do it? Oh, no, honey, go ahead.

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Who made the earth a bed and the sky a canopy? And it is he who sent down the rain from above the growth

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of every kind of food for you for your substance?

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It's okay, let's continue. Yep.

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And do not knowingly? Yeah. Set up rivals to God. All right. Excellent. Well done. I blew Ernie. Know that you wanted to give us another reason from the next hire. Or maybe a reason from the previous item. But what would you have in mind?

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Oh, I am. I am like tomorrow, I guess. Oh, my Oh, sorry.

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Do you had your hand raised?

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Oh, sorry. No problem. Okay.

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Other reasons from this next ayah. You see, Allah says he made the earth for us. Giada locomole Alba made the earth for us. Okay. Made the sky as a protection for us, huh? I'll talk I'll tell you what this idea of the earth being about

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Red means in a sec, okay?

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And he sends, he sends What?

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from the sky.

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Rain, right? sends rain, which causes it to grow,

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which allows us to live.

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You see how many reasons Allah gives him this ayah 123456 reasons he gives us to tell us why we should worship Him. Hmm. This is how the Quran speaks about things about things that Allah asks us to do that he tells us why we're going to be it, we should be doing it. He's like, Look, you should worship Allah because Allah created you. He made you And as we'll see, you made this out of nothing. We weren't actually before our birthdays before we were conceived. We didn't even exist. He made us out of nothing that he made before us, our ancestors, our parents, our grandparents, great grandparents all the way to other Minnesota. Okay, we should do this so that we become good people

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local, that the whole righteous people, people who are good people who do good people who stand up for what's right. He made the earth jalila cool. Out of fear Asha feroce is not necessarily a bad. But that's the transition is an approximation. A ferocious something that's steady, that's stable.

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Meaning the earth is like a stable place for us. If we feel at home at Earth, is the earth rotating around it that it's around its axis? Yes or no? Yes. Is the earth moving? around the sun? Yes. Right. So it's in a constant state of motion and motion in two directions. One is a rotational movement of movement. And one is a movement around an orbit or in an orbit yet, do you feel like you're moving right now? No, you don't feel like you're moving. You're still right. I hope at least we're still on this feel like falling off your chair or something.

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But the idea remains, we are still while the earth still around us is moving. And that's what Allah says he's made the earth as an amazing place that it moves, it rotates. And yet we feel at home.

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You know, it doesn't feel like we're in motion. Jada lacuna, Alba thirassia. That's an amazing blessing of Allah. And he made the sky as a protection for us, you know, how many things like you know, solar flares, and things that could attack the earth. Basically, the atmosphere, our sky protects us from that, right? Anything that tries to penetrate the atmosphere ends up burning, and doesn't actually reach the earth. So panela he sends from the sky rain, you know, how many of you have studied the water cycle in school?

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Show hands or type? Yes or no? If you say the water cycle?

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Yes, right. Okay. This is the thing. That's amazing. How where does the water cycle start?

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This guy, sky with the sky?

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It starts with with lakes, right? But what happens to the lakes in the middle of

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h2o.

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Evaporation happens very good. And when evaporation happens, what does evaporation lead to?

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A grouping up into a cloud

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condensing into a cloud and what does the cloud do?

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When it's rain, it rains right rains down. So or hills or hills Hill short. The idea is the rain is the thing that kick starts the whole water cycle. Once the rain falls, it comes down and irrigates the plants and seeps into the earth and becomes water that we can use, you know, in under, you know, in many ways, it flows down the rivers. And it continues until everything washes back down to the lakes and oceans. Right. So so panela The rain is such a critical thing. When there is a drought. What happens when there's a drought

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doesn't mean it doesn't rain in the drought, right? So Allah is telling us that if it's a drought, there's no rain, everything stops, just move food, nothing grows. There's no water to drink. So of all the things that Allah highlights for us, he highlights the rain because that really is our lifeline. And it's raining. We have no water to drink, in the water for food to grow. We can eat we can consume, we can live our normal lives. So handle love. That is what

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He's reminding us to even things like, what is the reason why we worship Allah? Allah gives us reasons, right? So for us, we need to know in our religion, why it is we're doing something, but we know this so we can understand. And then we can practice extends people. Hey, we're gonna do a Kahoot. Now, transitioning into a Kahoot. inshallah, let me display this here.

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For you all,

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here is the key, and I'm going to put it in key mode. Here's how it's gonna work.

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You should have to have

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Alright, there we go. You should have two tabs open, right? So if you are playing this Kahoot, you should have a tab open where you're watching a euro, you're playing the Kahoot. So something like this kahoot.it that's one tab. And the other tab is where you are like watching what's on my screen while you

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guys are with me.

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Yep. All right. Go ahead. Please. Join the good. All right. I want to mute everybody for a sec. And then ask you guys to unmute yourself. Nobody later.

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Michelle, Oh, awesome. We have a lot of people joining.

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Okay, perfect. I think we have the people all here

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inshallah, I'm going to get started.

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Okay, I can't get this right. I don't know why it's not docking into the place where I want it to be.

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Alright.

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Fine. Let's get started. Bismillah. All right. Adam and Eve part two.

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Question number one. The story of Adam is the first story in the Quran sequentially. We did this yesterday.

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false or true?

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That's true. The first story sequentially is the story of Adam and Eve. That's correct. Mashallah, well done. Okay. Look at this ayah the ayah that we were looking at just before we started the code with follow Google's Monica teenager alone fill out the hurry for recall when your Lord said to the angels, I am putting his successor on Earth. Okay. Question. The word for successor in the ayah is califa. True or false?

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The answer to that is

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true. hamdulillah. That was indeed what that word Khalifa meant in the ayah successor. Okay, but also it has another meaning or has another meaning that's more comprehensive. What does it mean successor, someone who will live generation after generation and Ambassador or both of the above

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Actually both of the above that's the correct answer. Now it is they will live generation after generation that's being that's being in succession. It's an ambassador, somebody who represents a loss ponferrada. Both of the above is the answer. That's correct. We spoke one day yesterday, okay.

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Once the angels heard a law say, I'm going to put a successor on the earth, the angel said, Okay, if you say so.

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True or false?

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That's false. What did the angel say? Somebody want to turn up their mic and tell me why. Why, right? They asked a lot Why? They didn't just say, Okay, if I if you say so, okay, you need the PIN code. Okay, there you are. Right there. Can you see it now? Furthermore.

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Okay, next question.

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How did the angels know of what the humans will do on earth? We discussed this question. They were humans on Earth before Adam. They knew the future. They were making a prediction. They were using logic.

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What is the answer?

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Perfect. Those two are the correct answers. either of the two are the answers that are correct. There were humans on Earth before Adam. That's false. They were no humans before Adam. Okay, Adam and s&m is the first human. They knew the future. That's also not true. Only Allah knows the future. Rest of Us can predict the rest of it can estimate, we can foreshadow but the knowledge of the future what's going to happen in the future is only with a lost game. They were making a prediction. Yes, they were making a prediction, because the prediction is

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something we could do and they use what was happening with the engines. And they use that to make a prediction. They were using logic that's possibly true as well, because they probably figured freewill equals money choosing to do something wrong. Okay. Mashallah close game. Adam was created from dust by Allah in paradise. True or false?

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We'll see this today. giallo

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Oh 145

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The answer is true. But as we'll see today, Adam Melissa Nam was created by Allah in paradise. from dust. Okay, close game. Last question. Adam had a father and a mother

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goofballs?

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The answer is false. There was no father nor mother for other Melissa lamb. He was in fact the first human being right and this is an interesting thing we'll talk about

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we'll talk about that a little Haji Okay. Who that

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and various places

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Oh may very good Mashallah. Well done.

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All right. Very cool. Good job. Everybody's like a little hidden. Let us go to No, not this.

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Let me go back to my PowerPoint here. Okay.

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All right, here we are ready.

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We talked about califa angels applying. Now. Seeking done in the wisdom is good to be solved. We talked about this, the angels wanting to know the wisdom why Allah created and it's okay for us to know wisdom in our religion. Why does Allah ask you to do something? That's something that's perfectly cool for us. And we saw examples of that, in how in the story in this in these commands of Allah. To worship Him. He gives us six reasons to worship.

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Now, a lot of other creates

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The last model says about the creation of Adam

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He created him from dirt Okay, dirt, dust, Clay, all of these are mentioned that the the way we understand it is that it is dirt that Allah subhanaw taala would use to mold him and as if you add water to dirt it becomes a clay like substance Yes or No? Okay, so here you see what I call optimal in sand I mean Sol Sol in min hammer image noon and number 26 from square 15

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I'm gonna put this here, Adams creation firstly

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he recreated men out of dry clay from molded mud. Okay, so dry clay dirt. All of that is kind of like synonymous here.

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But the idea is the source of it was the earth okay

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that's the the body of Adam and he set up okay.

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The prophets of Salaam actually tells us that the body of Adam and Islam in a an authentic narration he says that in Allahu Allah for Adam in upvoting. Baba bahaman Jamie of Allah created Adam from a handful of dirt that he gathered from the entirety of the earth. Okay.

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For Jabu Adam Allah.

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And

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the children of Adam does come from all different. They are diverse, like the earth is diverse. For gentlemen, humann abbiamo, while amaru well as for the webinar, delic, then you see the diversity in the colors of people's skin, okay to match the diversity of the earth, while hobbyists who are Thai Ebo, will sallu will has no avena dyadic. And a person who is maybe a bit rough, you know, the quick to get angry, and someone who is more relaxed, chilled out. People who are easygoing people who get sad, fast, there's a whole range of personalities. So this is how the professor explains to us the diversity that we have,

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even though our father is one. That is because the source of other Melissa's body was a handful of dirt that Allah gathered from the entirety of the earth. And thus, the diverseness of the children of Adam comes from that, okay. The idea of diversity in Islam is actually very beautiful. We believe that different skin colors is something that shows the beauty of illustration work the life of a sinner deikun what Allah nukem, like Allah says, In the Quran, in the diversity of the colors of your skin and your languages, is a sign of the glory of God. So we believe this to be actually something that is part of Allah's greatness, okay? We don't believe a person's skin color makes them

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better than another person. If, in fact, we believe to the contrary, everybody is when they're born, they're the same. The thing that makes them better in the eyes of Allah is the amount of righteousness they have, and how much they act on their righteousness in como como en de la here at Polycom. That is a fundamental part of our faith of our belief. We don't believe that skin color gives you privilege. We believe that you are your rank in life and the next life is determined by what you do and what you believe. Okay, so the body of animals that was created from dirt, but that's not the soul the soul, a lot paler blue into the body of Adam. We'll talk about the soul of

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the second but the body of the rest of us. Okay. Our is our body created also from dirt.

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Yes or no? If you say yes. Type yes or no a thumbs up thumbs down something. No.

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Yes.

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Yeah, yes. Yeah. Yeah. Here is let me let me see.

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Let me try to okay. We have a lot of people saying yes. Some people saying no, let me type this question out here. Okay.

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Our

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bodies

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are created

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on dirt.

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Yes or no?

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Okay, those of you who are saying yes, why do you say yes? I like to see somebody who can answer maybe raise your hand and Shambo

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and answer the question, maybe I'll pick somebody randomly. How's that?

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Because Let me ask.

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The Miriam had her hand raised.

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All right. mohideen had his hand raised his mobile Hold on.

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Okay, let's start. What do you think?

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Oh,

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watch the video but my job babies are made.

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Okay, very good.

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Okay, cool. Thank you. Very cool. Let me see. I'm gonna pick on somebody random. Okay. All right.

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Get ready. Um, let me pick on, on I'll pick on let me select Mahathir Mohamad.

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Like if, if Adam was made of dirt, then like, when you get to babies that they would get better director after keeps on going the same way. Hmm. Okay, very good. If Well, all the babies that we we know that are made from dirt in the wombs of the mother, right? Yes or no? So how is that going to work? Okay, what about how babies are conceived right. There, right? Yep. Okay. Somebody else? Let me ask a girl, huh? Kimberly M has her hand raised. Okay, Maria

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says that Allah created man from clay. Oh, seven he created Adam from clay. The ayah says men are human right?

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Man, here's like a term to represent humans. Well, if a man in Santa

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it seems like we have a contradiction.

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to ISS human were created from clay or dirt. But we know babies are conceived in the wombs of their mother. How does that work? Okay, so

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is there a contradiction here?

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Is there a contradiction?

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Okay, the answer is no, there isn't a contradiction. And here's how we understand it. Let me explain this. and gentlemen, this is an important point. Okay. No, there isn't. Here's what we believe. When the ISS human.

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on the ISS, human it refers to possibly one of two things. Okay.

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When the ayah

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says humans was made by dirt or clay, it could mean

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the following.

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Number one, it's referring to other medicinal. Okay, because you can refer to like the first person that was, you know, who represents all of humans, right? If you think about like a captain, right? The captain represents the whole team, correct? Yes or no? Do you agree with that?

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Yeah, I agree. All right. So it's kind of like a human refers to Adam. Kind of like he's the captain of our team. Okay, of our of all humans.

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It could also refer to the idea that the food and drink we consume, well, mostly the food actually the food we consume. comes from where

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rules were

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bombed it

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goes on the ground rain comes from the earth. And what is the earth?

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dirt, dust, etc. Right? You with me? So that's what?

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It's

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correct. Is that Ibrahim? Yep. Okay, cool. Thank you. Now that you have your hand raised, you have some music? Um, yes. So science suggests that we are made from stardust. So maybe it's the same dust I guess. or dirt that Adam was created from? Okay. Star Dust. I haven't read that, actually. But I'll take your word for it. We can add that to it gets third on the list, right. Perhaps Starbucks does. But I don't know for a fact of that. haven't read this.

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myself but sure I'll write that here that okay.

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But there is also another Ayah let me show that to you guys. Okay, here's this is

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what is this is a I'll read the English I'll read the Arabic And I'll get I'll get

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it done to read the translation and then unmuting you get ready

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okay, here's the ayah it says I will a mural in San Juan Hakuna hoomin not to fatten for either who will host the movie and then go ahead

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is not mine see that we created him from a drop yet dairy is fragmentary, continued to contentious

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bread I thank you I appreciate that. Then I after that says well Baba Lana masala and onesie kochalka he is all I may use. A llama will hear a meme I'm gonna ask a set up to read that for us.

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Producing arguments against us and forgetting his own creation asks, Who can give life back to bones after they have rotten away? brought to do it? Hey, Perfect, thank you. While you're here, levy insha

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Allah Mara, well, who are the cool the whole thing I leave I'm going to ask a biller here to read the translation

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of the look.

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Love he can't hear you say he brought he who bought them into being in the first instance we'll give them life again. He has knowledge of every step of creation. Perfect. Thank you very much. Hello, hello. Ah, look at this passage of the Quran folks. Allah says

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we have created he says there's not a human or does not man see, again humans don't they realize that we created them for him not for a drop.

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In not far array.

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A drop

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a note for in Arabic, it dropped. And this is the the fluid of the of the man that fertilizes the, the ovaries of a woman if that's how conception happens. The Quran refers to that as mudfur. Okay, and that

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conception in its very first stage, the human being is a little drop at that time. So handle a little bit of a small little drop. So, in fact, there is not a contradiction, Allah, Allah when he says about animalism he talks about how he is made from from dirt. When he speaks about us, the rest of us, he speaks about us as being conceived.

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In the wombs of our mothers, okay, as a not for what's the word for it? Not for

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now, that's the word right here. mudfur.

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So this is how Allah, Allah explains both things, the body of Adam, and the creation of Adam happened. without parents from dirt. It was a miracle in Paradise, the rest of us, our creation is not necessarily miraculous. We are but it is actually a type for miracle, but it's a natural process. Okay, we are conceived in the wombs of our mothers. And we're created from what a law called the North for a drop that is the mixture of the fluid of the of the father and the fertilized egg of the mother. Okay, that's the rest of us and the way we're conceived. And another thing to say is the the thing that sustains us. Our bodies is the food from the earth. What goes on dirt. Hey,

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does that point clear people last patola told the angels I'm going to create this creation that last month that creates other medicinal now after he creates Adam Islam he blows other Muslims soul into the body came into the body of the other medicine now.

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He says here in Surah headjam right. What is called are abou Khalil mela equity in the Holy Quran Bashara men three men ask

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Alicia, ready Alicia.

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So really English was

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your Lord said to the angels I'm about to bring into being

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A man wrote from mud for up so we do want to fee mill rupee for kurulu surgery been continued with Alicia.

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Yeah.

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When I have formed from him and breathed my shirt into him fall down in frustration for him. So rule that's the word that Allah uses here to describe the soul rule. Okay, so first Allah made the body of Adam, then he blew the soul of Adam into his body, okay? Now, for us, humans, we are body and soul. If our soul leaves the body, the body is just flesh and bones. And it says, it's the body and it's the lifeless, but when the body and the soul are together, that is when we are a human being. Okay? This has certain implications and how we understand that when we're alive, actually. Okay, as humans, okay?

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The human

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being

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is alive. In body and soul, like the body and soul have to be together. As the Melissa lambs body was made first, then the soul was blown into him, okay, he was made in his actual original form. He wasn't made as like a baby and he grew up he was made as an adult and a love blew the soul into his body. For us. We are the rest of us. How we're conceived as fetus right? You know what a fetus is? A little baby. Before it's born. Exactly. Perfect, baby. That is

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you know, a little, just a little fetus in the womb, okay.

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Our body is made when we are conceived.

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But did you know our soul

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right? Don't make my Metro concept complicated. Okay, our her soul

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was made

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even before our bodies would meet.

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Okay, our soul actually I'll show you the ayah for this.

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This is something when last pantalla created. This is called ilevel urawa. The place of the souls Okay, when your Lord with a ha da boo come in bunny Adama means udim valeriya Tahoma eyeshadow Humala unfussy him and us to be rubycon. All Bella shahidullah and Taku yarmulke Mati in another offering, let me pick somebody to read this. Somebody who is

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okay Sarah is doing some matter. Let me unmute as well. Go ahead, please.

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When your Lord brought forth offspring from the lives of children in the atom and made them bear witness by themselves, he said, I might not your Lord. They replied, we bear witness that you are, if he did less, you should sound a resurrection. We had no knowledge of that. Okay, thank you very much, sir. I appreciate that. This is what Allah says about the souls here. He had actually made our souls

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hunt millions of years in fact, before our bodies were made, and all of us all of our souls are lost. patola brought us

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and gathered us together along with our father of the Minnesota This includes all human beings. And he said, we're a shadow Humala and to see him, he made us bear witness that allow us to be Rubicam. Am I not sure, Lord. And we replied shahidullah Paulo Bella, shahina. That Yes, we are You are our Lord, we bear witness to that. Okay. The idea is our soul is actually programmed to look for its Lord. And this is the ayah that I'll leave as referencing for you.

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And this is the reference for it.

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Our soul

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Our souls are from Allah, and they are

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designed to look for a loss patana That's why a person who is, you know,

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you don't like the natural inclination of a person, when they're in trouble when they feel an ease, is to look for a law it's to call out to unlock it. And that's what our souls are. Now once our I'll answer your questions in a little bit, once

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it is, once a fetus is 120 days old, then Allah sends what sends an angel who blows an angel blows in the soul of this baby. And at that point, this baby becomes in our understanding, a baby that is alive, and that is a combination or that is the human, the body and the soul together, okay. That is how our souls are the human body and the human soul. And when we leave when we pass away, right, when we pass away, this is the journey of the soul. We pass away or as take questions as I pass away what leaves us

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the angels take our soul and start swimming up to up to like a law, our souls are taken Okay, what happens to our bodies?

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We die, right? So the bodies are buried right? But the soul returns and the decomposers but the souls are taken and what Allah describes ad as in Nikita been abroad he the fear in the in the soul goes to a place in the next life called a lien and that's where the souls remain. That's for the righteous for the evil it goes to a place that a lot close to Jean and evil place, a holding place like a prison for those souls until one until the day of judgment.

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What happens is the day of judgment will even know for suzu widget the soul the body is brought back to life

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and the soul is re joined

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or re coupled

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with it. Why then know for Sousou vija How many of you know this ayah from the Quran? Well in a new fuzu widget I'll show you this ayah in the 30th juice. Some of you might know this there

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is from Surah Illa sama on Shabbat

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I'm sorry, that sounds wrong one.

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No, I was right. Sorry.

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Look at what the ISS on the Day of Judgment what's happening on the Day of Judgment is a sham suku will have the sun is folded up, the stars lose their light, the mountains are moved, the Earth is flattened. The

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candles that are extremely valuable are ignored. You know material gain means nothing. The bees are all gathered together all animals are brought back into life and they're all gathered the seas are set on fire Subhanallah It's so hot and so unbearable that the oceans will burst into flames. And because water is hydrogen, you know h2o right and has hydrogen you can actually if you if you if enough pressure is applied to it, it can burst into fire. Even new for suzu rejects the souls are divided into classes or souls are brought back to be joined with the body. Okay. So that is what happens. That's the journey of the soul. Okay, our soul was made many many years before and our soul

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bear bore witness that our Lord is Allah and the desire we have to worship Allah or the desire that human beings have to look for who God is. That is actually an intrinsic desire called the fitrah. Okay, then, as we are conceived by our parents, at 120 days old, our soul is blown into our bodies. And when we pass away our souls leave us and it's in a what's called the life of the grave our souls are in the life of the grave the body is just you know, lifeless, buried in our in our

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in a in a grief, but the soul is in the life of the grief, the life of the buzzer, and then on the Day of Judgment alone will recreate our bodies. Like he made us the first times and bring us together with our soul. And then we are held accountable. And then either it is salvation in paradise or punishment in the fire help. So this is the journey of the soul

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that we we take from the beginning to what in the stage that we're in right now. And then later on now.

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Questions.

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Any other question? Yes, go ahead.

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Go ahead. Go ahead. And you can speak.

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Let's go ahead.

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We can hear you unfortunately, I'm not sure what's going on. Okay. Sign up. Ask your question.

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At the end of all our classes do we have a report card?

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All right, report card. Yeah, like Final Grade. Would you like to like me to make one for you? No, no, I'm good.

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Now, can you hear me now

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that we will have a small assessment in Sharla. A small assessment. Don't you worry, Mohammed, you'll enjoy it. It'll be awesome. Yes. Morning. Good. Before you said that oh noes may

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find like annoyed. But what about those non believers that they don't have? They don't believe in Christianity?

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What about the disbeliever?

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Right? What about the disbeliever? Aren't their souls also designed to look for Allah?

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What's the word in Arabic for F in Islam and in Arabic for a disbeliever? What's the word?

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called for? Go for clothes?

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cafe. The word is? cafe right? People are good people. You know that? Yes or no? Yes, I did. Okay.

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Let me mute everybody here. Sorry. Yeah, this is very good. Mashallah. Excellent. So did you. Did you know the word gaffin. In Arabic means two things means two things.

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Number one,

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it is believer.

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Number two. Any guesses? What number two is?

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We finished that. 45. Please.

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I'm gonna say something. Yes, go ahead.

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So you said a catheter mean? disbeliever. It can also mean like,

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evil person. evil person. Okay. a liar. a liar. Okay.

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Making partners of the law. Okay.

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betray. All right, here's what it means. Also, a farmer.

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Hey, was he here? Sure. So the word in Arabic

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means two things. Okay. I'll show you the other one. Hold on. Let me find the instance aware.

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Let me let me show you the example. You ready with me?

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If you don't believe me, I'll show you.

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Sorry, you gotta find this here. Just give me a sec.

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Okay.

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I'll put this here for you. This will be an interesting little tidbit. All right. I'm gonna read this I Oh.

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And I want someone to translate from me. I'm going to pick a random person. Okay, I'm going to pick Miriam to translate for me. Oh, Fatima, sorry, Fatima, since you raise your hand. Okay. How about Fatima? you translate that Okay. All right.

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Animal animal hyah to dunya Allah. Allah, Xena to Mata for whom byakko

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water Catherine kilowatt, he will I will add commercially within our Jebel poofer on to who

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sumaiya Haeju Fatah homeless foreign to my akuna Obama era tiara Moonshadow mama Farah to Mina ma he wanted one more mile Hayato dunya Illa Mata

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Raise your hands from the participant Mr. Me.

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All right. Go ahead.

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Oops. Yes, go ahead. Never forget that life of this world is only a game and a passing delight, a show and you told fostering and trying to out outdrive each other

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and children Perfect. Thank you for Altima boosting is like you know, someone's trying to like show off right? And out rival is someone trying to be like trying to beat another person. Okay. All right, continue.

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It is.

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It is what it is like the growth of vegetarian after the rain, which delights the planter. Alright, I'm gonna stop you there. It is like the growth of vegetation that delights the planter.

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planter. Did you have a question me if you can.

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You can put your hand up, I think password to raise our hands. Okay. Okay. It's under the participant. You know? Yeah, you got it. Okay. planter. The word for planter, you know, the one will plant seeds. A farmer in this ayah is

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the plural of the word.

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What? The word Kapha? Hmm. You would make that is actually what Allah in Arabic actually.

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The word means that this believer and a farmer. Okay. Why would How? How does this make any sense? Okay, what does the farmer do? A farmer, you know, digs up the land, plants the seed and covers up the seed, right? Yes or no?

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From the law, essentially, you agree with that.

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The farmer covers up and hides and buries away the seed in darkness.

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Right?

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That is what a law refers to, or that process is what a disbeliever would do. Okay, that they have taken away that person who rejects a lot, right? They have rejected a lot. Assume for a minute, this is a person who says I don't want anything to do with God, I reject this person or reject a law completely or reject the idea of God completely. What they do is that they take the design of their soul, the soul that is trying to look for its creator, the fit the law that they're created on, and they bury it deep inside

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until that desire dies. Okay, that is called disbelief that is Cofer linguistically how it is related to the idea of a farmer. So what about the disbeliever? Well, we believe that there's actually many different types of categories of disbelievers because humans cannot just be called one label. Okay? But what we believe is the one who has rejected a lot, the one who has buried their fitrah. Right, that is a person who has essentially, that's the one who has earned the title of Garfield.

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You see, when he did

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other questions, I had money. Um, yes, ma'am. Go ahead.

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I had a question about where you said that.

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The angel comes and puts the soul in the baby after 120 days. Yes. Does that mean that the fetus or the baby is not alive before that? 120 days? So what we believe is that that fetus is this just flesh and bones and blood at that time? Right? it's it's it's a it's a body it's still alive, you know, you can have body that's still alive.

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But the soul When if it's coupled with the soul, that's when it becomes a human.

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But it's just not like fully developed yet. Right?

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Not fully developed yet, and that's correct as well. But we need actually the human.

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The baby becomes a human when the soul is blown into that baby's body.

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That makes sense. Yeah, because some scientists and some people say that

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before like, 180 days, technically the baby's not alive, which is why like abortion is okay. So I was just wondering if

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In Islam, was it okay or not? And in Islam abortion has its its conditional, you have to ask what is the reasoning behind it? Okay, if it's because the couple doesn't want to have a child, that is actually not an acceptable reasoning. Okay. But if it's a possibility where the life of the mother is at risk, okay? Or it is

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that perhaps the mother, she was

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the conception happened because of a crime committed to her, you know what I'm what I'm implying, right? Yeah, crime is committed to her. And then that is how she ended up conceiving. According to a group, a large number of scholars, that baby could be aborted before the 120 day mark, before it becomes a, a human before the soul is bought into it.

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But that's not that these are 1% of the circumstances. And very small, and there's a lot of detail, but never is ever as a reason where I just don't want to,

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you know, like, I just don't have a baby, right? That's not a reason in Islam to

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accept abortion, but there are acceptable circumstances, okay. And those are outlined. And their limit, like the limit for when that could happen is

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the 120 day mark, because the Hadith of the Prophet that tells us the soul is born in 120 day mark. Does that make sense? Yep, yep. Good job. We have some time tomorrow to ask these questions as well. So I'm gonna stop here, we're, you know, 145 is a time in the class ends. inshallah, tomorrow in Java, we're gonna talk about the, the situation or the,

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the, the rest of the story with Adam. And the angels is a nice little twist there that's waiting to happen. And so I thought, I'll see you all tomorrow. At the same time, thank you very much for coming on and participating a lot more often. So Hanukkah, Loma, De La Ilaha, Illa. And the stuff to be like, I'll see you all tomorrow. Santa Monica.

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Oh, yeah.