The Creation of Adam #4

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Okay, so let me drop a few things that we did yesterday

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was a quick recap, a blease was asked by Allah along with the angels to bow down in prostration to him as I advised him prostration to, you know, in according to the command of a lot, but make that such that towards Adam, and he refused.

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Allah asked him what prevented you from prostrating yourself, and you will command it, is there like a legitimate reason? Or is there a reason that's not legitimate? This is an important lesson for us that, you know, so don't assume. Don't assume that people aren't going to do something that, like, if they haven't done something that is required, don't assume that that's because this person is lazy, or a bad person, maybe there's a legitimate excuse, find out and make sure you know exactly why.

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You know, a person does or doesn't do something. Okay. So Allah subhanaw taala gives a belief even though he knows 100%, what's in his mind, he still gives them that opportunity to explain himself, why did you do this? Okay. He says, I am better than him. You created me from fire while you created him clay. And we discussed this yesterday that this is not a logical argument, this is something you might remember, the two different things are not really the same, then it's an apples to orange, oranges comparison. Fire has its usage, Clay has usage, and one is not better than the other or worse than the other. Okay? And even if let's add this to the conversation, even if the fire the

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fire is better than

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than clay, that doesn't mean that you are better than Adam. Right? So this type of arrogance, this type of

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self importance, this type of narcissism, that is what was at the core of the fall of at least that we should write this, this is important for us to understand, you know, what were the reasons for the downfall of a lease. And this is very important, because keep in mind in lease was a very, very devoted worshipper, right?

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Of a lump.

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But then there was reasons for his downfall. Reason number one, is, let's call it arrogance. Let's call it you know, this this self importance, right?

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Also on the words that used for his narcissism that you might have heard of, Narcissus? How many of you know what narcissism means? I can spell that correctly. That's all right. narcissism is right there.

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There we go. Right. It is somebody who because I like to play with narcissism is

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loving yourself.

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I only want to speak you right, you're able to speak right? And

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that's really only think of yourself or loving yourself. Exactly. It's someone who feels that the only thing that really matters is themselves.

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Now, is it on? Yeah, yeah. Glenn? Who was CFS old?

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Yeah. So what's your name?

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Do you do Oh, do welcome. Yeah, we're gonna say how do you

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send a message? loving yourself? loving yourself? Okay. So there's no, there's a good type of living yourself, you should obviously have some level of care and concern for ourselves, right? Yes or no? Would you view that? Yeah, right. Okay. Good. Yeah, at the same time loving yourself to the point where it becomes like the only thing that matters, it's more important than other people's feelings more important than what's right, what's not wrong or what's right and what's wrong. That is where the problem lies. So there was this arrogance, okay.

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There was a desire to the there was an element of jealousy, right? There was an element of jealousy. He is saying, why is Adam you know, chosen

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over me, right? Why did you choose a loved Adam over me, right? This is a real feeling, you know, jealousy in Islam. We believe that all stuffs that people have all good and all bad that a person has, you know,

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Particularly all good that they have is from Allah subhanaw taala right this is Allah decree. And this is something we are told that you know what Allah has a very he is what's an alarm and probably he okay I'll show you a very beautiful ayah and then this I think

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will explain a lot of things to us is number 42 or 33

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I don't remember the number so I have to look it up like that. Okay.

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This is

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one at a time and oh, my love will be here.

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Literally, God will see me matassa boo. Lisa Mata sadhana was a law Harmon fugly in the law. How can I be cliche in alima?

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I'm going to pick somebody randomly to read this out. I'm going to pick

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I am going to pick

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I have unmuted Mohammed

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do not

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which God has best owned more

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abundantly, on some of you than on others. men shall be rewarded according to their deeds and woman shall be rewarded according to their deeds. You should rather ask God for His bounty, God has knowledge of all things. Hmm, very good, right? This is very important for us. In Islam, we're taught

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that this is like don't want to desire what others have. Don't covet the bounties with God has bestowed more abundantly on some of you than others meaning we're taught Don't

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you know, don't desire what others have, particularly, particularly don't desire it, in a sense of you want it for yourself, and you want them to lose it. Don't, don't do that. Okay? That is a very, very deadly character trait. And we're taught by our profitsystem not to like be like that. We're taught by the Quran to not be like that, if Allah says, look, men are going to have their rewards, how they act and women will have the reward according to how they act. Meaning, you know, a person's gender does not make them more like the agenda for them. Or the reward in the next life. The good deeds are not dependent on a person's gender that's separate.

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But what you should do is was a law firm in Fort Lee, you should ask Allah for his bounty for his grace for the Good, good. If you

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you know, you can go to the mosque right now but when you go to the mosque, you say I do I'll call alumnus of lava rock. metacomet. If you knew that da, Aloma de Ababa, hermetic, some of you know that not very good, right? It means Oh, Allah, open for me the doors of your mercy. And when you exit, what's the door that you say? Can someone say that to me?

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Well, for now, okay, that's more for the washroom. Alicia, what do you think?

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I don't remember. That's okay. All right. You had your hand up. That's why I picked you. somebody knows that drive, you can raise your hand.

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And I'll ask you to see the draw for me. from memory if you know, if we don't no problem.

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I don't remember it. Okay for that, okay. So, the DA is lahoma knee lucam in public, okay. The da says Oh Allah, I asked you for your grace, for your bounties for the things that are beautiful and blessed. I asked you for that. That's what we were taught by the prophets of them was aloha minffordd li hua should ask Allah for his favors his blessings, you know, that is what we should focus on. asking Allah for good for ourselves for good for others, not wanting others to lose the good that they have. So that was one very big problem with it. Please get jealous jealousy. Then also,

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he says, color and Vinnie elomi by phone or let me live until the Day of Resurrection.

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Allah allows them to do so, and says you are granted despite this serves as an opportunity for a police to say I am going to ambush for them align ambush for them on your straight path. He is the instigator of evil. People become evil over time, okay? But we actually believe that people we actually believe that people are born good, they're born, you know, in a state of purity, they're born without sin, they're born, you know, as a, as a pure child, okay?

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in Santa Fe, us and into him. But then a person's bad deeds, the whisperings of the shape on the bat environment that they might be in the associations they make all of that contribute to a person committing evil. And some of the people just commit so much evil that they become evil. Like people who like the Pharaoh, for example, in the Quran said around so much evil this person committed that he started to represent what evil looks like. So that that Satan is basically saying that's my plan. And to counter that plan a loss Patil says, I am going to send prophets and revelation so that people who want to be good can use that to stand up against you. But he also said something very

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interesting, just Allah for Bheema avoid any, because you have put me in the wrong he blamed a lot for

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for his, quote unquote, misfortune. Okay. Have you seen people do that? blaming Allah for blaming God for misfortune, something happens to them, and they're like, you know, God, why me? Right? Or this is God's fault. or things that are inappropriately things that are inappropriate to say. I mean, I mean, we've seen people, you know, say something like that, or heard people say something like that.

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All right. People say that, unfortunately, all the time. Right? Do we? Do we accept that as Muslims?

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To blame Allah for stuff? That's not good? No, no, right? We say, you know, if Allah gives me something good 100 in law, that is a blessing. If Allah gives me something that is or, you know, puts me in a situation that's not good. Maybe I get sick, maybe I, you know, lose a job or something. Is that the end of the world?

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No, right. That's not the end of the world. That's a test from Allah. Right? He wants to, you know, put us in a situation that will actually bring out the best of us. When you're in a situation that's difficult. There's a chance that you make more sincere dua to Allah, right. There's a good probability that it will make you think, you know what, I did this wrong, I did this wrong, I should be better. All those things that the catalysts for change, the thing required for us to change for the better often is the pain that comes when something bad happens to us. Because when everything is smooth, you don't even think about changing. Everything is good. We don't have to worry about

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anything. Am I right? do you do that? Yes. So for us, we believe that if something bad happens, it's part of a lesson plan. It's God's plan. We got to be okay. No problem. It's a test and inshallah we'll be fine. And Allah will take us to, right. Oh, God, yeah, no, I didn't know I didn't mean that Muhammad, but you get the idea.

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All right. So that's what he That's what he said,

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now allows us to Adam, Adam, pay you and your wife, you live in Paradise, but don't approach this tree. We spoke about the word this right. That is temptations, our close. temptations are very close to us. Especially something that's forbidden has a little bit more excitement about it. You know, like you want to know why it's forbidden why people oftentimes do drugs. I know notice for a fact I've people have told me because it's something really amazing and that, you know, it's the best thing in the world. It's the curious and the curious as to why it's not like allowed Why can't I do it?

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That is

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how we are As humans, we like the forbidden fruit. And that is what Adam nslm was told and one by Allah don't get. Don't think this tree is far from you. This temptation can be very close to you.

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This led to this led to it

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to attempting Adam and that's where we are today. Right? We wanted to just recap of what has happened. The character traits of lease, right? And we should strive to actually be the opposite of this we should try to strive to be what's the opposite of arrogant

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was the opposite of arrogant?

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humble, right? So

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we should strive to be the opposite of a beliefs. Okay, so if he was arrogant, we should be humble. I like it open minded. Right? How about

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feeling? Like not feeling that we're the most important thing in the world?

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You know, like a generous, how long have you been in humility?

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Right? And not everything is about you.

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Not selfish. Excellent.

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What about jealousy? It beliefs was very jealous of Adam. Right? What is the opposite of someone who's jealous?

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Amazing. Sorry. Well done. Thankful, right? That's the opposite of someone who is jealous, is to be thankful to Allah. Hmm. I'm

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grateful also as well.

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blamed a lot of misfortune that's not like a treat. But like blaming a lot of blaming others. What should we be like? If something happens? That's bad if say, for example, you didn't do so? Well on a test? Who should you blame?

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Should you blame yourself to the point where you become like depressed and paralyzed? Oh, you should just take responsibility. Ah, take responsibility, right. Blame the teacher for making super difficult I don't think that's a waste strategy, Mohammed. Because in reality, that's not gonna change anything for you. How

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do you deal with that Mohamad?

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Right, so gleaned a lot from misfortune. In fact, as I remember saying something.

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No, no.

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Okay, take responsibility for your own mistakes. Right? Don't blame.

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That's hilarious. You got me there.

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Take responsibility for your own mistakes.

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Try to be better gay. That is what was taught. And that's what we strive for. We should strive to be the exact opposite of the devil. Okay, now today, we have

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something very interesting in this ayah Okay, I want someone to read the translation of this ayah for me again, that was something that we did yesterday, but I want someone to do it. Okay. Sorry to do it. Sorry. Go ahead, please.

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Oh, sorry. You're unmuted. You're not you're still muted.

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tempted them so that he might reveal to them their nakedness has been hidden from them. He said your Lord has forbidden you to approach to this tree, lest you should become angels or become mortals. Okay.

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So, let me pick up the PowerPoint from here.

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He says, should I he may reveal to them the nakedness

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excuse me what's okay? Yep, the nakedness that had been hidden from them. Okay, this is what Allah or this is how Allah describes

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what it beliefs is planning on doing

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for what was that he tempted them?

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For what reason to make them slip up? No to reveal to them their nakedness which had been hidden from them. What does this mean? This is a very important lesson in the story of Adam and Eve. Okay.

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The word for private parts in the Quran. So artissima Okay, so, this is the word so

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this word so in the Quran, let me actually

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do this area.

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it says the word so the word for private parties.

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That actually means something that is

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something that is shameful. Okay? Something that is,

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you know, embarrassing

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because like the squat, like this corner here, of course, it says the heart of who your superhero.

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Showing a person's private parts, you know, being exposed, it's embarrassing. It's actually a type of embarrassment. So that's the word the Quran uses to describe our private parts. And even in English, when we say private parts, it's something that's supposed to be private, not like public. Okay? Now Iblees Alice has one of the goals of the devil, okay, and I'm gonna write this down for you. Okay, one of the

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we are going to do a new territory.

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One, oops.

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One of the goals of the devil of a release was to expose the

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expose the private parts, or expose the nakedness. That's called the nakedness of Adam and Eve. to themselves. Okay. So if that's one of the goals, does it mean that there is no like Word? The here's a question. Here's the question. Were they naked in paradise?

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We're Adam and Eve. naked in Paris if Allah?

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Hmm, I think so. Yes.

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All right. So, here is the question, right? Were they naked in paradise? The answer to this question is

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they had their nakedness was covered up, okay. It was covered up. Because in Paradise, there is no, you know, it's not like, you walk around.

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You know, without any cones, you know, this is not, that's a very embarrassing situation here. But their nakedness was covered either by a divine light that act as as their codes, or by codes themselves. But what Satan wanted to do, he wanted to read, Adam and Eve, have the clothes of paradise. And he wanted to get rid of them, get rid of the clothes of paradise. That's one of the goals that he had. And that she tells you about the devil's deception. One of the things that he wants to do is to create a type of shamelessness in people, the type of shamelessness that eats away at their modesty that's very intricate, that eats away at a person's morality.

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That is one of the tricks of the devil, one of his tricks, tricks of the devil and then Allah tells us this because we need to be cognizant of that we need to be aware of this.

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He, you know, he wants to

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expose us to normalize for us shamelessness

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until it eats away at our morality.

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This is an important part of you guys or girls. This is really, really important.

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How many of you know what anthropology is?

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anthropology? It's about the nose anthropology. Okay, study of races. Okay. Close, Marvin Lena, you know, Lena, do you want to tell us what anthropology is? Like?

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If you feel okay with that.

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Study of ancient humans really good. miroir.

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Right. Okay. So in anthropology, what did what did they teach you? They teach you in anthropology that humans in an apology. anthropology is like study of how humans lived in the past. Okay. Like you might have heard like, humans were cavemen and whatnot, right? That's what anthropology that's the theory from anthropology. Okay.

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We're taught that there's two very interesting things here. Number one, humans used to worship all different

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Types of gods.

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And then over time they learn to worship one God.

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And the other thing we're taught is that humans

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used to be what

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used to be? Anybody Any guesses?

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Basic think we were a?

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That's evolution. Sure. I'm talking about once, like actual humans like Creek like prehistoric humans,

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the US?

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Sure. They used to be naked.

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Hmm. They used to be naked. And then they learn over time to wear clothes.

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And this is like, simplifying two of the main, like, conclusions of anthropology. If you might, if you go go to university,

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you might end up taking anthropology because as anthropology as a, as a bird course you get good grades in it, it's easy marks.

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That's why everybody takes it.

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But jokes aside, it actually this is this theory influences very, very heavily. How we understand society, okay, that humans used to worship all different types of gods and then over time they figured out, it's best to worship one God, okay. Do we accept that as Muslims?

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Do we accept that? No, absolutely not. Do we accept that humans used to be you know, polytheists and then they learned

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to worship alone. Observe so you're not either When this happens, the first human

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Adam in Islam was the first human being and what was he?

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He was a prophet of Allah, he was sent and he worship Allah subhanaw taala. alone is not right.

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So Adam and and his kids, they continued to be those who worship Allah, Allah alone. Over time, the devil influenced humans to start worshipping idols. How did he influence Let's read this ayah again, and that's what will matter. wahida

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This part of the translation? Let us pick Okay, let's pick

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Alicia here.

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Mankind was once a single committee. But then people developed differences. So God sent profits to them as bearers of good tidings and warnings and sat down with them the book containing the truth, so that he might judge between their disputes. So here, we're told that humans were actually Oh, can Oh mattawa one community meaning one community worshipping Allah subhanaw taala, then the develop differences. What are the differences? Here is one of the things we find in the books of, of history, Islamic history, we're told that the devil, for example, would go after a good person, a righteous man who worshiped a lot alone, he would pass away, the devil would go to this person and

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be like, Hey, you know what you should do? Or you go to the people of that area, and then he was like, you know what you should do? You should

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make you should bury this person inside the mosque.

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People be like, why would we bury him in the mosque? We're just going to be like an act of worship, we will be making such that to him. They were like, No, no, don't don't do that. For that reason, just put it so that he can, his grave can remind you how to worship Allah. The people didn't like that. He's like, Okay, how about you make like a picture of this person and put it behind you. Okay, so you don't worship Him, you worship Allah. But you look at him and they remind you how to worship Allah.

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And as time passed, slowly, but surely over time, people forgot that you're supposed to be that person was a good person. And that should be the person that reminds you to worship a lot alone. And what are they end up doing?

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They ended up worshipping Who?

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That person, right? Then you're worshiping that person, and that person became an idol that

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and then the evolution of this thought would be okay, if we're worshipping Him, let's make this idol into like a form like a sculpture. And let's put them in front of us. Why is he behind us? And that is how

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a community over generations would go from worshipping Allah alone to worshipping an idol, or a rock. That's what allows us that it would help them worship a lot, have they had idols in front of them? Right?

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And then they thought that would help him but it actually ends up being that they end up worshiping that idol itself, we reject that. Allah will then send profits and the profits will remind them you should worship Allah alone. And not these like non these people, all these idols.

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So that is what we say no, actually, you know, we don't accept that. Also, do we accept that human beings, like their natural state is to be naked?

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Is it true that the natural state

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state of humans is nakedness? No, no, right? You are naked? Of course not. This is not true, right? We're taught that we are supposed to cover ourselves in modest clothes, respectable clothes, clothes that make us look good, that make us feel good. But at the same time, we don't embrace shamelessness doing absolutely we don't embrace shamelessness at all. So this is something that's really really important for us to understand that at least wanted to take us from what we are naturally are naturally we are in a state of covering ourselves in paradise. Allah covered us with dark clothes, a paradise, a light that was divine. Okay, a lot. We used to worship Allah alone. And the devil his

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trickery his plan.

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his strategy was to take both of these things away from humans to misguide them. Here, that was like his two part strategy for what's for selling how much she'd gone up and Huma mabuya and human and so ottima this is part of the devil's deception.

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He continued, he continues to add some memories for talked about this last time, he said, You know, you're going to become immortal, or you're going to become an angel. I am your Well, well wisher. You remember, we spoke about how angels like Adam and Sam was actually better than the angels. Right? Do you remember that discussion?

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That's right. Yeah. So that was actually something that we discussed.

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fidella, who may be who he slowly pulled them, tempted them slowly did them ideally to eat from that tree, and then they eat from the tree.

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What I'm going to ask you, alright, I'm going to put this ayah here.

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And I want you to tell me, don't say, I want you to type this message to me in the chat.

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What happened after Adam and Eve ate from the tree?

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It got sent down to earth. Oh, okay. Hold on, hold on that thought.

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I'm actually gonna do something here. Okay.

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Hold on.

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I'm gonna mute everybody. But thank you, Mara.

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I'm gonna actually make everybody into groups when I tried that thing. Again. Many of you already answered. This is very good. But let's try the groups. And I'm going to put in the breakout group, the link to the ayah. I want you to click it and read it that Okay.

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Yes or no?

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And then discuss for the person was in the group with you? What happened to them? Tim? let them make their breakout groups. I want to make it 10 to

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All right.

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All right. All of you are now going to be in a group of two or three, please go join that group.

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All right, if somebody

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somebody's able to unmute themselves and tell me what is it

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what happened after the eat from the tree?

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Mashallah, somebody in the chat have answered the question. Okay. Oh, you can unmute yourself my bed

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All right, go ahead now please.

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So at first a private parts weren't shown.

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But then when they ate from it they were exposed. Prior parts were exposed. Right? All their nakedness plus part private parts slash nakedness was exposed. Hmm. What else?

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I can do? Yes. Go ahead, buddy. Um, so after they found a tree, they were exposed to the nakedness and then after that they were after they forgave

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a law

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No, after Allah forgives them. Hmm.

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He sent them down to earth. Send them down to earth. Okay, very good. Sir, you have your hand up what's up? So they got some down to earth as a punishment and didn't have like everything that hadn't happened and they had to live with it. Okay, sent down to earth as a punishment. Okay. Did they lose their coats in general? No, there's a few few steps missing here, huh? Oh, Xena. Do you want to add something?

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Okay, so looking at the ISS Look, it says they ate the tasted from the tree.

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It actually doesn't say that they ate to their full right phenomena, that kashira then actually tasted it. And as they realize after tasting it, it's just like any other fruit, but the mistake is so big.

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That's actually the thing about sin. It isn't as attractive as it seems. Until you do it. And when a person does it, they're like, well, this wasn't that fun. So this is actually a quite an interesting little thing. They tasted from the tree. Not like consumed it, okay. their private parts were exposed, yes or no.

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And then what happened after that?

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A loss of Giza before that and shut them down.

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From the eye I want you to tell me from the ayah the translation of the

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cover started covering

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this started covering themselves up with the leaves on the garden. Hmm right?

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Yes or no?

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They are much more exposed. They lost the clothes of Jenna

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now the last of course of gender What are they clicking your hair when they're naked, right? Yes or no?

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At that point, they started to cover themselves with the leaves of the garden because they need coats now they're they've lost the quarter paradise. Then what happens?

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Allah told them that um, did I tell you not to eat from the traffic? Thank you Lena. Right Allah then basically scolded them in a way right? Did I not tell you

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You with me? down I tell you not to eat from this up and then

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they said what?

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I read that I need to transition color of banana and Susannah elementum Filipina water Hannah nakulan Amina nominal, Hosni, let's have a EULA.

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Read the translation and we'll go ahead

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Our Lord, we have rounder souls. If you do not forgive us and have mercy on us, we shall be among the loss. Okay, so

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then tell me in the sequence of events, they asked Allah for forgiveness. They asked Allah for

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forgiveness, correct. And a very beautiful blah blah we have wronged ourselves. Do you notice how Adam Allison is displaying responsibility right? He is taking responsibility for his mistakes

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Yes, I know.

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exactly opposite of the devil The devil is like it was your fault. It was like all up mimimum stick

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and he is humble. We're gonna fill in our hammer if you don't forgive us and I mercy on us. We lost your mind over we've lost it like we've got to be losers. So this is a humility humbleness diggin responsibility as a Muslim made a mistake. And he owned up to his mistake. If they asked Allah for forgiveness, what Adam and Eve, okay, then Allah says Allah bukom de Ballina do go down from here as enemies to each other. Hmm. That's when they were sent down to the earth. Remember, we actually began this conversation on Sunday, saying that it wasn't actually a punishment to be on Earth. Remember that?

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And we said that, because before Allah even mentions the story of Adam, he says that Allah made the earth for us to consume to enjoy, to live on. Right? It's not a punishment for the human race. But it's a there was a punishment definitely for Adam and Eve, to be removed from Paradise. As I asked a question that what they sent to Earth naked? The answer is yes, because they had lost the clothes of paradise. And then they had to figure out clothing on Earth. Okay.

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The and that's similar to how a human being is born, right? When the child is born, how are they born? there without quotes, right? Then they're wrapped in blankets and whatnot and given clothes. So it is actually kind of analogous to that game. And your rights are there as the opposite Emily's and other Muslim, the way they acted, or the way they act is exactly opposite. And we need to be like Adam, Melissa, not like at least we're gonna make mistakes, like our father Adam made, but we're going to be able we need to learn from them. We need to own up to our mistakes, right? ask Allah for forgiveness for that.

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So that is the last part of the story of Adam.

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And Allah says that Welcome to the Mr. Carvin, Mamata on the other hand, we're going to be on earth for a little while, but then your eternal places still back in paradise. Or if a person doesn't earn it, if Allah doesn't have mercy on them, and this person wasn't a good person, then the eternal place where this person is damnation in the firehouse so that yes, we're gonna look good, so don't worry

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I want to ask a couple other questions. Again, this is the sequence of events. The first this question is who ate from the tree? Adam Eve or both of them?

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How do you know it's both?

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Cuz you told us

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Alright, fair enough

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because the new gods are down to the earth, but in the translation or in the Arabic Can you tell me where that where is that expressed? In the when they me

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in that way when they taste it the Arabic word for that can anybody spot the Arabic word for this in the Quran?

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Okay, here's a little bit of an Arabic grammar thing for you guys. Okay, enable grammar is actually very beautiful. It's part of our you know, as part of our feet to know it because Arabic grammar is how we understand laws words, okay, it's not how you like order shawarma property or whatnot. Okay, that's how you learn Arabic or Arabic grammar for you do it so that you understand the words of Allah and you understand these little details that Allah has left in the Quran for us to understand and think about that's actually the reason for an to be revealed to think about it. Okay, that car, okay, this little if you see here at the end of the word, this tells you that there was two people

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doing the work doing the thing that are shadow, they both tasted it. Okay. Let me show you some more examples of this. The okay.

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This will Elif

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they both taste it for toffee car they both started. Yuck see funny, they will try to cover up huh?

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I they Hema and lahoma. And so, tomorrow also reverse to both of them. That is actually a loss as they both tasted, they both lost the call to paradise. They both started to cover themselves up. And then tell me who apologized. Who said Allah is my mistake. And I'm sorry.

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Was it Adam? He were both both. Both right. How do you know that?

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They replied.

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Right. And look at this little Elif right here. God ah Hmm. If you don't read it like that, or you change the meaning actually you've made it from two to one person. If you really really this Allah, you've changed it from two people saying it to one person saying very important call now. They both replied, and I've been of alumna and for Santa our Lord we have wronged ourselves.

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So this shows you that bought either Melissa lamb and her work on her were they will make the mistake and they both repented from the mistake. What did they eat from the tree?

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Last question, then we'll do the Kahoot

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Oh, we don't know. They never told us and we don't know. Okay, much Allah.

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Is it mentioned in the i o?

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No. Right. So it's probably a fruit right? I mean, it's that's a safe bet. As our tree right?

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Fruit I think we can say Yeah, sure. It's gonna be a fruit. What fruit is it? Apple?

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Someone said Apple who said apple?

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Why did you learn that was an apple?

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Like when you watch some videos, they always show that the apple All right.

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So this is actually what the Christian believe it was an apple. Okay. Do we know for sure what type of fruit it is? No, no. do we care? What fruit it is? That you're relevant? No, it's it's just

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right. It's irrelevant to the point. It's irrelevant to the point of the story.

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Right. This is one thing that Ron teaches us if something is not relevant, don't waste your time talking about it. Talk about things that are relevant only. Don't

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distracted by stuff that doesn't really add anything. Because if you get distracted by it, it will take away from what you need to learn from the story right from what you need to learn from this whole incident. The Quran is very, very precise about that. It doesn't mention details unless they are really really relevant. Okay?

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How do you like them apples? No.

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All right.

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So that was the nakedness got exposed. They started covering themselves and then they ask Allah for forgiveness

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and whatnot. Now we go to the coat ready

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Alright, we will

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Oh, sorry, I didn't started there we go.

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Are you able to join the group? There we go the lottery of the Lord's Mashallah THE LOVE THE LOVE THE LOVE.

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You're too young to give my references. The lumea for movies. It's okay though. I don't mind.

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Alright, watch I love lowly Me, myself and I

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The reason why I make it a team, by the way is because it was like you and your sibling, you can have that. Like you can be together.

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And also, it gives you a bit of a time like five seconds to free to think before you answer. So that's why making the team Okay. All right, I'm gonna get started. Yeah.

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I'm gonna mute you for a minute.

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quarantine time.

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Who's this guy?

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Australia fires

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by you.

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That is hilarious.

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All right.

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Why is people coming in like groups of three literally by themselves?

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Okay, let's get started. Shall we? Can you with me? Pray for your brave.

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A show we're also waiting for you.

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You're heading you're in?

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Where's the good old Cz goat? Rosie?

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Is it gorgeous? Just coming was he was coming up. Kevin needs to go. Come on.

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Fatima un.

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Are you ready?

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I mean, we're waiting for you. Okay, should we go now?

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Okay, let's go. All right. No problem. Okay, it was not ready.

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So some of its gonna be a review or it's the same guys pictures. I don't know why.

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All right.

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What does the word mean?

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Less was a means to whisper. Excellent. Well done, everybody. Good. Good job.

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All right. Next question.

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Oh, the scoreboard. So the things that it's all like, I can't I don't know who's who right cuz nobody really know. Most of you didn't name yourselves properly. Okay. That's all right. Me was who again remind me me was

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this Oh, man. Okay. All right.

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Next question, at least entered paradise to misguide Adam

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true or false.

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Ah, he didn't enter Paradise guys I told you this today

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he didn't really enter Paradise he managed to you know whisper to Adam in the he figured out a way but he didn't actually enter paired us because he was removed from Paradise a lot told him a clergyman harmless woman, mother, hoorah. Get out from here. Right.

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That was actually it's actually false. Hmm. That is going to shuffle the scoreboard quite a bit. We have at the first place me says sorry, Amanda. Logic.

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All right, next one. Adam and Eve were naked in paradise.

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Cool faults?

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That's false. They were not naked. They had the codes of Paradise in divine light that acted as quotes. Correct.

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All right, next question.

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and Eve are not sorry, Adam. He was told not to eat from a tree. similar question we asked last time, but I want to see if you remember the answer to this.

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That's false. They were told not to eat from

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this tree, this tree. That was the idea the Quran makes it very precise. It's close. Don't think temptation is far. It's not just any temptation. All right, very good.

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Little Haji Who's that?

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I remember seeing this name before too.

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That's okay. All right. Did Adam and Eve when they ate from the tree, they began to cry, cover themselves up, continue eating or repent? What did they do after eating from the tree?

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And the answer is they began to cover themselves up. Remember, when they when they first ate from the tree tasted from the tree? They didn't continue eating. They're like, we made this mistake. Let's continue singing. It's like okay, already made. We're already sinners. We're already wronged. Let's continue to do more wrong. No, no, no, they're like, the stop. Okay. Then the private parties got exposed the last clause of gender. Then they had to cover themselves. Hmm. That's the first thing they did well, takoyaki finale Hema being one of the agenda covering themselves from the leaves of gender. And then they asked for forgiveness. Hmm

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So this is the order was there and that's why we did this before to make sure you got that okay. Idea is little Haji. Okay, very good.

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At least did not blame a lot for his mistake. We've covered this a few times. The answer for that is

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is what?

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Yeah, asked for that as false at least did blame Allah for his mistake.

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Adam did not blame Allah for his mistake.

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And the answer to that is

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I think we should all know the answer to this. I think so.

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That's true. animalism did not blame Allah. He said, Oh, a lot. unfortunate. We wronged ourselves. We have wronged our souls.

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All right.

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That's to show you how they acted in opposite ways when they made a mistake. And we need to act like other Melissa now not like Idris. Okay. Only Eve ate from the tree. The answer to that of course is one puts a nice salad there for you to look at.

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The answer that is of course, false. Alhamdulillah. Now y'all got the right financial

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picture. I'm hungry now. Yes, that's good. After this, you've earned your lunch

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because they tasted the treat. Okay, very good. Last question. Okay, this is a clue.

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Skin between idea. I don't know who it is. I don't know.

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close game. Let's see, ama. All right. Oh, only Adam repented from his mistake, true or false?

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Look at the picture.

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The answer to that, of course is false. The boot

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they replied all out of benevolence. Ah huh.

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All right, that was that. And let's see.

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Little Hogy first raise Oh, wow. Good stuff people have the love that is the end of the story of Adam and Eve. Now what we're going to do to wrap up everything is I want you to move we've been together for five days, I'm talking about this the story of Adam and Eve.

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I want you to

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what's a call, we're gonna take a moment. I want to, again, break you guys up into groups. Kate, and I want you to discuss and mentioned like,

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two lessons that you've learned.

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From the story of Adam.

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To lesson one, again, break up into groups bringing me up, somebody said

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Oh, yes. I was just wondering, what are we doing after like the trip, Adam. Okay, after the story of Adam, let's talk about that right now. The next thing that we have let me actually go to like, Am I online?

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That's the website. Right. And let me show you. This. The next thing we saw that we're doing is the prophets prayer. Okay. The prophets or sons prayer, this is the next bit that we're doing that starting on Sunday,

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March 29, and then the end Thursday, April 2, you know, so you have a break for a couple of days, Friday, Saturday, and then we don't talk about the prayer of the Prophet solemn, how we're gonna, you know, how did he preys on Salam why it meant so much to him, and how the prayer should train us to act in this this beautiful way that we've learned from the story of Adam. Gate. Alicia.

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Is this our last class for this last class for the story of Adam and Eve? We just finished the story. This is our last right? To the to me, you're right. It feels like a Tuesday to me too. Yeah. Now, two stories that you like to say two lessons you learn from the story of Adam and Eve, I am going to, again request you to please be in your groups.

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ie if you've not registered, please do register inshallah. Or tell your parents to register inshallah. Okay. Again, assign the groups. And this is going to be add to per group.

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All right.

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Wait, do you want how many so Java? Has that? Okay. deeper. Okay. recreate our rooms, open our rooms. Okay, go ahead.

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Mine didn't work. I'll send you don't worry.

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It sent me to the break room and then automatically sent me back to the matrix. I'm sending you back. Don't worry. Don't worry.

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Okay, hold on. Hold on. Let me close these rooms. And let's start again because it didn't really work this time that well.

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Let's give it one more shot. Okay, and we'll make it

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come back to the main class. Sorry.

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Hello, yes, hello, how are you?

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How's it going?

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So, stripe tells me

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you know, like sometimes if Hold on one last group Come on guys. Room levels. All right, I'm gonna recreate rooms.

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How are we? How many are we 2030? okay with me good.

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There was no one with me.

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Sorry now go ahead.

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Everybody should have

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three people. Okay.

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What's the question again? The question is what are the two lessons you have learned from the story about at least two. Hopefully you can have more. Two lessons you've learned in the story about him?

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joining a group of the one

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there's nothing. I

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Oh, there we go. Yep.

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You got to join us

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on the line. Go ahead.

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All right.

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Well done. You guys. Okay, great.

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Do we say it now or wait?

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Wait, wait for people to start coming back. And I think people are rejoining as this is happening because I just closed the room. So it takes a few seconds for them to

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first thing made and it's about you guys were the first group who came back what do you what did you say? What are the lessons you've learned?

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So will we learn that like,

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about the sins When you commit them?

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honestly, for me, I already went into the story in detail.

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Like everything either ring the bell, or like I knew it.

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Or sound familiar. So I didn't have much

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to had

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talked about.

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What did you say though?

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It's not as great as

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Yeah, the city isn't

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as great as you think.

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You probably shouldn't listen to anyone who's telling you

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to disobey along especially

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pregnant, like don't listen to anyone telling you to disobey Allah. Right. Perfect. Thank you.

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Someone else would like to share what they talked about? Me. Okay, go ahead.

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So the first thing is that follow guidelines

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no matter what comes your way, example, please.

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No matter what comes your way, right. So, please do the follow those guidelines. Right.

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And then the second one is,

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own up to your own mistakes. own up to your mistakes, own up to your mistakes. I mean, learn this from Adam. Isn't that right? Okay, excellent. Let me

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So I'm going to unmute Marla, and Santa and Maryam all three of you together.

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And then you can take turns to one by one mentioned and also Marla start then Santa and then Maria. Okay? I have one,

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avoid temptation, you have to avoid any possible any possible

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thing that could lead to it. So that means staying as far away as possible. Excellent. Avoid temptation to avoid temptation, you must avoid what leads to it.

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Being far away is important, right? Like if you, you know, like an example of someone who lives on campus and, you know, people are drinking all around them. You got to avoid being in that company. Right? Otherwise you will fall into it. mess it up.

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All right.

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Well, I'm gonna go back to the beginning of talking about like the angels questioning a lot.

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So, the like, one lesson that I really learned from is that we in Assam are encouraged to question learn and understand

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is a very,

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very good point. Excellent, thank you. So that's what we're encouraged to question to learn and understand it's very important part of our faith. We should this is a thing we learn from the angels we learn this from Sahaba. From examples in the Quran, okay, Maria, Maria for us.

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Something that I learned in these classes was the actual meaning of your places name, which meant despair.

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And also how like,

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the word Cassin means farmer and how the farmer plant puts the seed in the ground, and how that's like burying your foot. And like, killing it, basically. So the person becomes like, like a devil, essentially, huh.

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Awesome. Thank you my burning your fitrah like a seed. Hmm. And that essentially, like kill it. Excellent. Let's see, Madame anulom.

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First Miriam, Daniela

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or Maria. Marines. Yeah, there we go.

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Sorry, I just answered. Oh, you did? Okay. Great. You have now.

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Well, one thing

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we're like, they had there was like, heavens close.

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Heavenly clothes, right. They were given heavenly clothes, but Allah, Allah and also us, when we go down that agenda, we will be given heavenly codes by Allah.

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All right. Anybody else? Last thing to wrap up? This thing for us? I don't have to.

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Anybody? All right, stand up, you can make the final comment for us here.

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things we know about Adam and Eve are some things that we've heard from Christian culture. Hmm, excellent point. Many things we know about Adam and Eve are what we've learned

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from Christian culture, right? And we got to know what is our culture? What does our feet teach us? Right?

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And we also learned about like the jinn and the angels and the humans and how we're different.

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Excellent. Thank you very much. Does that go off everybody? This was really awesome. You guys were fantastic class. I had a lot of fun with this. I hope you did too. And I hope to see you back on Sunday in sha Allah Hosanna class tomorrow, no class tomorrow, no class on Saturday, but we have class on Sunday and inshallah for that please register and find the link and whatnot on the website and direct your parents to that inshallah.

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Sounds good.

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All right, take care of these.

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Allah, Allah, Allah stuff like that pleasure to be with you all and also hopefully see you on

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the way here

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Selam Aleykum