AbdelRahman Murphy – Heartwork – Surah Kahf #01

AbdelRahman Murphy
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of community for everyone to grow their faith, particularly in the importance of healthy eating, presence of the beast, and the shavons in court. They stress the need for individuals to trust their abilities and values, rather than just what is seen or achieved, and to have a positive attitude towards their surroundings and environment. They also touch on the importance of respecting boundaries and trusting one's abilities and values.
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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah everybody and welcome home. For the past few years we've always started our programs with this statement and we mean it. Because community is a place that we all should call home. A place that gives us peace, a place that gives us tranquility, and a place that we know is going to be there. When Allah Spano Tala describes faith in the Quran, he mentioned stability as being a requirement for faith to grow, a slow, healthy habit will follow or half a summit, that its roots are firm, and its branches grow to the sky. If we don't have stability, if we don't have permanence, if we don't know that something is going to be there for us, then our faith won't be

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able to grow. This is why when the Prophet SAW Selim came to Medina and made the migration, the Hijra with his companions, at that moment, when they arrived at their new permanent home, he said, the beautiful phrase of Shiv Sena spread peace, why, because peace can be attained now that we have a place that we can call home. For the past five years roots has been able to be a part of so many people's lives and hamdulillah by the Grace of Allah. And we're so honored to have that be a part of our legacy. But we've been doing it in temporary spaces. We've been doing it in hotel banquet halls and measured side rooms, in people's living rooms at home. And then temporary lease spaces were when

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we were signing the lease, we knew that this was not going to be there forever, but that can change. By the favor of Allah with our foundational organization column, we've been able to find this beautiful property here in Carrollton, Texas. That will be the permanent location and facility for the roots community space, a place where everybody can feel that tranquility and have that growth of faith that Allah Tada tells us about, we need your help. To close on this property. We need you to generously donate and contribute whatever you can, adding your name to this list of people that will help build and construct a permanent home for us to build the model community following the example

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Okay, it's been level hamdulillah salatu salam ala Rasulillah

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Alright, early, he was having huge rain. Welcome home, everybody. Good to see everybody hamdulillah

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Mobarak ya know, you're gonna you're gonna hear the audio kind of being

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moved around a little bit just because you're trying to get this set up Inshallah, there's, it's a really sophisticated system, there's like different zones and stuff. So they gotta, we're tweaking it in sha Allah.

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But until then, we'll just go ahead and, you know, get started and check in with everybody. Hopefully your aid was good. Inshallah, as you can tell, I went tanning

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fell asleep in the tanning. But now, I just spent a lot of time outside. And this is the one part of me that didn't get the Egyptian genes. This is definitely the Irish side.

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So Nevertheless, I'm the doula it's good to be back. We're in sha Allah, me or him.

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You're okay. Okay, he's on the phone. All right. In sha Allah, we're going to be starting there was a lot of conversation about what to go over and what to move on to next

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you know, a lot of different texts and things like that, how many of you have heard about sore calf before ever like in any capacity? So so what you have is a chapter in the Quran is chapter number 18. And sort of gap is one of like, the more I like to call them like milestone chapters. So you obviously every chapter in the Quran is important. Every verse every letter is critical, right? Without a doubt, there are some chapters that have

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virtue that is assigned to them by the Prophet SAW Salem specifically for some reason. Okay, so we know one of the examples might be sort of milk does anyone know the virtue of sort of milk

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protects you from the protector? Yeah, especially in the grave. Yeah, from the punishment of the grave Very good. If someone resorted smoke regularly, like nightly or daily or whatever, and they make it a part of their regimen, then in the grave, when the person passes away, and that person is you know, in their resting place, we know that the grave is not just like a

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the grave is not just like a holding cell, the grave actually has experience right? The the life of the boat is off, has his experience. There's actually beautiful experiences in the grave. One of the things that's really beautiful is that people will be reunited with the those who they loved. You'll be able to actually meet and enjoy time with and meals and all that with people that you loved, right? If you're a person that inshallah is destined for Paradise, you have your book written for Paradise, and then the grave actually becomes almost like a precursor to that a preface to that.

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And on the other side, if there's a person that you know, neglected Allah didn't care about Allah, etc. and didn't really have any you know, feelings of

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repenting and whatnot, and then the grave can be a pretty bad place, right? And there's punishment that we hear about punishment of the grave specifically now shorts of milk. If a person makes sorts of milk a part of their life, then the prophets all sudden said that that sutra will literally this is not like an exaggeration that sort of will literally stand guard, the soul in the grave. And any time any sort of consequence makes its way near that person. Like any sort of consequence, or punishment or whatever. So it's an molk will say, No, back back away. Why? Because this person kept me as a companion during their life. Right? Like I this person read me constantly engaged with the

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constant during their life. So there's no punishment for this person. This is part of the promise of the Prophet SAW son of about this SUTA Okay, other chapters. So if you are seen, there's a narration that says that everything has a heart. Everything has a heart meaning an essence, and the heart of the Quran is truth. Yacine it's a little bit weak, but anyway, it's it's a narration. There's a narration that says that the person who memorized the sorts of Bukhara that they will attain paradise. There's a narration that says that for a person who recites salts of loss is equal to reading how much of the Quran 1/3 Right, so if you read it three times, boom, all right, you got

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your concept non destructive. Now that works. But so the point I'm trying to make is that there are chapters in the Quran that have specific virtue tied to them. And that doesn't necessarily mean that other chapters aren't as important or don't have no, it just means that this is something special. So sorts of cat has a similar kind of status and a relationship with the reader and the believer. Okay, a couple of things about sorts of cat that are interesting. Number one, and this is probably the one that you've heard of the most. anyone here heard of something in particular about sorts of chi?

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Anybody? Yeah. Gold to job? Yeah.

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Oh, wow. That's not the one I was expecting. Good. Yeah. You're going straight for the end of times. Yes. Okay.

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Go ahead.

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Yes, very good. I don't mean I'm not laughing at you. I'm just like the one that's so low hanging fruit. You were just like no, and you went like straight to the top, Masha, Allah. Okay. So we're gonna go to that one at the end, because I have a specific point that I read about that, that I think is really powerful. So we're going to save that. Alright, so if you didn't hear her, then you know, a little bit of a teaser? Yes.

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So yeah, very good. So there's a lot of virtue, and the person reading it on Fridays. Anyone heard so it's got Fridays, that relationship? Read your cat have read your cat have right you can get started on Mother's Day, Thursday night, and then you have to you should get done by Monday on Friday. Okay, so what does that mean? Well, there's some narrations here, and what's the Prophet SAW? Selim tells us that for a person who reset so I have on Jamaah and then every sin that they committed between Jamal's will be forgiven. So it's like book N. It's like forgiveness book ends like reads, it is Friday and next Friday, whatever they've done in between Allah Spano Tata will

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forgive their sins in between those two dramas. Another narration about Fridays, whoever resources can have on Fridays, this one is narrated by Alejandro de la Rhonda, the prophets also them said that they will be protected from every fitna. Okay, every single fit and every single test. What is the fitna, it could be a lot of things, a fitting, it could be a trial or a calamity that a person experiences you know, as a result of their own actions or deeds. It could be something that a person sends upon them. It could be a fitna that everyone's experiencing. There is a another narration in which the prophets also told us that when sorts of cathead was revealed, it was revealed all at

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once, which we know the Ferghana was not the norm. Okay. The Koran was not revealed SUTA by SUTA wasn't there was not 114 meetings with Gbit Saddam, no, it was done piecemeal portion over portion over time, but some of them there are narrations that say that when they came the sutras were so self encapsulated were so

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you know, necessary to be kept together as a as a message that they were revealed at one time in one sitting so it's the use of also has an iteration that does that have that as well? Now mashallah the first sister you said that the big one that digit Okay, and this is something that I think is really important? You guys ever heard of this guy before? At the job? In the same job? Okay, so who is at the job? The job is if you bought him then there's problems. Then you've gotten your deen from YouTube, right?

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Right where my British Muslims I'm just joking. Okay.

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Uh, alright. Christmas was like, anyway, sorry. I love them so much. All right, so in it so, the dial

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the dial is one of the creations of Allah subhanho wa Taala Okay, he's one of Allah's creations and in this creation, there is a purpose. Okay? He's just like the creation of a Shavon Shavon is also one of the creations of Allah Spano. Tata. Now Allah subhanaw taala does not love che Athan. Okay? That's that's not something that you can say it's not something that you can believe Allah does not love Shavon

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Shavon is cursed by Allah Spano Tata. Similarly, in that vein, at the job takes the same category or the same team or the same side as a Shavon, which is what his existence His creation, His purpose is not to do things that are good, right? He's his purpose is to do things that function as trial and as fitna, and a specific time and a specific place for all of humanity similar to shape on okay, what is the job? Now we know a few things that the Prophet SAW Selim told us about the JAL, right, we know some of the descriptions that he has, we know some of the physical descriptions, we know that for the believers that have Eman in their hearts that they will be able to see, you know, as we

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say, in English, the ability to see right through him, one of the things that we learn about from the believers is that they'll be able to see a stamp on the forehead of the judge, that he will be performing all these miracles left and right in front of people, right. You know, bringing people back from the dead and cutting people in half and reassembling them all these miracles that we've heard about, as people who believe in prophets, you'll be able to like Allah will give him the ability to re perform these miracles. And the prophets also tells us kind of like prophesizes and gives us the forewarning that this person will be able to come and just like a really good magician

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like David Blaine, he'll be able to do all these things right before your eyes. And you're literally going to have to discount your own visual sense. And you're going to have to rather place your trust in the fact that you've heard about this before, and that you've learned that this was going to happen, right? So you're going to have to like witness something with your eyes and then say, seeing is not believing. Because the prophets also told me that there's going to come a time where a person is going to come and he's going to be able to perform these miracles. But the ability to perform these miracles is not an evidence of their, of their holiness or their truth as whatever they claim.

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This is just a performance, it's a delusion, it's a distraction. So the Prophet SAW Selim said that you're witnessing of these miracles is going to test you but as a believer, you're going to have the innate understanding that this person is false in their prophethood and that you're going to actually see as a believer, the letters Kapha and aura on their forehead, on his forehead, which means what cat or you see kepada or Catherine either one, right cat or cat photo, either one. So you'll see like that he just believed or that he is a rejecter and a disbeliever. So believers will have this sort of ability to see these things. Okay. Now, the reason why I gave you this big preface

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about the job is because sort of GAF as was mentioned, is one of the ways in which a person will be guaranteed to have protection from that individuals delusions and their illusions on that day. Okay, now why is this really important? Because it was funny the other day this is so ironic I was talking to a little you know, little kid little boy, and mashallah, you know, when I met him, the first thing he said to me is, I'm going to be a chef. And I was like, wow, mashallah, you know, I was like, by time, right? And then I can just go tanning every day, right?

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That's a joke about my skin. Okay, so, and then I said, you know, mashallah, and, and his dad told me like, this kid is so into the deen. He's like seven years old, that he's kind of like waiting for the job to show up. Like he's taking more time. And he's like, waiting to take them down. Now as cute and as funny as that is, the Prophet saw some actually told us that, as believers, you should basically wish that you don't make it to that day. You should basically feel like I don't want to be there because why it's going to be such a time of trial. And such a time of confusion, that it's going to be very difficult for even people with very strong religious sensibilities to know up from

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down left from right, right from wrong. It's going to be really tough, right? The believer never wants to be tested. They don't want to because they don't want to in a way that they don't know if they can pass it because they don't want to even you know, it's like Subhanallah you don't want your Eman to even take any dents. Any hits whatsoever.

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So as confident as you might be and you might think, well you know what, like, I just finished Ramadan I'm sky high. I'm this that I you know, I listen to these lectures I go to this class is you still don't want to run headfirst into fitna, okay, fitna, you don't want to be that person that thinks you can handle it. So now one of the scholars said something really powerful about this at the job. The prophets awesome told us that he's one of the greatest you know, fitness that Muslims will ever experience he's one of the greatest so one of the scholars heavies, something really beautiful, he said, if reading sorts of Kev from week to week can protect you from some of the

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greatest fitness at the job that he said it only logically makes sense that it also will protect you from what

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lesser fitness but it also will give you the ability to discern right from wrong in your day to day life. And this is actually an example of how the Quran functions. The Quran is ultimately your this is one of the reasons why we call it alpha fun. For fun is the thing that teaches you right from wrong. The criterion I know it's a weird translation, the criteria and like anyone who your name is for fun anyone?

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Anyone here your name is criterion. Okay, so you probably don't even know like, what does that mean? It means literally, the thing that separates right fuck in Arabic means the difference or the separator the thing that can separate. So the Quran allows you to be able to separate what right from wrong, things that are good for you and things that are bad for me for you. And this is why the month of Ramadan, which is the month that you are engaged the most with the Quran, by default, is the month that you just happen to not coincidentally, make the best choices, make the best decisions. And even when you when I make wrong decisions. In the month of Ramadan, we know and we're

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a lot more aware of the consequences of those decisions. We're aware of the fact that these are not the right moves to make like we're a lot more acutely aware of these things. So sorts of KEF is one of those chapters that will protect you from the fitna that you experience in your life fitna can be a bunch of different things, men, you know, if people if anyone here had like a really, really or you've heard of maybe not in your own life, but you've seen like a really, really like traumatic family experience. Like there's like this unfortunate, maybe Fallout between siblings, or parents and children or spouses or friends. You guys ever heard of these stories? May Allah protect us?

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That's a, you know, have you guys seen in communities, there are communities that I visited, where they will tell me that the board is suing each other. Like, literally, I know that some of you are here like laughing, like suing each other and they're using the mesh of donated funds to pay for the lawsuit.

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Right. And they just happen to have a lawyer who's a son who's a lawyer, no joke, and it's like all like vertically integrated. Right? Although I have heard of anyway, I have heard of horror stories. It's fitting Amen. And then meanwhile, as these people are fighting over who gets to have the keys to the masjid. Right, which is such a weird thing because mesh positions are not paid positions, like board positions are not paid. Just FYI. Okay. It's not like being in Congress. Like you don't get paid to be a masjid president. Okay, far from it. Usually, it's a lot of work, no sleep, being, you know, thankless job, whatever, but people sometimes power is so attractive. And in the midst of

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that generations of generations of people, you know, young people, old people, whatever men women are all so dissuaded from attending the masjid because of all the drama that's happening. You see, fitness is a really really difficult thing. It's a really, really difficult thing. And it's so odious, it's like water Has anyone here ever had a leak in their house? I don't mean to bring up like strike a nerve right? They never had a leak in your house like something leaked. Okay? What happens when water leaks in your house under your carpet and your dry well what happens?

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Can anyone explain Can you want to share a story with us? Can you relive your pain right now? Oh my God thought or not you know yours is way too close to home

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no pun intended anyone here water damage Yeah.

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Oh god you guys hear that? One time my family and I went on vacation. We asked about water damage Do you guys know what's going on? Okay.

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Like sealing on top of

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our table was just like caved in.

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It was because the bathroom that was right on top of it like there was a leak or something for like a week or so I can't remember how long it is leaking water and it came a hole just dripping. That's it and it was crazy. It's like it's not usually a giant amount of water. It's just a small amount over time. And then it's completely destroyed. Right all that drywall probably just whatever and then you guys have to run fans I'm guessing in the house forever to dry all the

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debris that

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All right

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anybody else? Yeah. Okay so

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on our house

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the house got struck by lightning

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like, oh, it actually like exploded. Oh god

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oh my god

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yeah, you had a rainfall showerhead

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was really insensitive. You know, Allah made the battery die right at that moment

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to teach me like, oh, man just don't

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write inside thoughts. Yeah, so And how long were you out of your living situation for

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a while still now till this day like we still don't use it actually.

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It's why

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Yeah, it's insane, right. And again, the water side of it like, and we'll talk about this in a second as soon as I get this microphone going.

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so all jokes aside about the water damage, it's a really traumatic experience. And then moving forward. You know, if you're buying a house and you see that had water damage, there's a lot of hesitance because you're not sure if they cleaned it up the right way. You got to get inspectors to come like poke holes in the wall. They have these little probes, water sensitivity probes and they'll tell you like, oh, this, this drywall is still a little bit. It's not completely dry. And they run fans for like not days, like weeks to completely dry the place out. Okay? Water is odious, right? It's SubhanAllah. It's the thing that gives life, but it can be very problematic. And in that

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way, right? There's other substances you can think of carbon dioxide, whatever, fitness very similar to that, in that they always tell you that water will always find its way water will find the crack and make its way over to the next space always. It doesn't just stop. You know what I mean? Water doesn't just stop and say you know what, this room is enough. No, if there is a crack in the floor, it will go underneath, and it will go underneath that flooring, whatever it is wood, carpet, vinyl, whatever you got, it's gonna go underneath. And if there's a crack in that wall, it's gonna find its way in that wall and fitna is the same way. It's worse. The Prophet SAW Sanlam even during his life,

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he had people that engaged in starting fitna. Okay, one of them was a very famous story about his wife, I shot with her on her mother, that his wife I shot was slandered, right that a story was made up about her about her integrity, and her marriage of the Prophet SAW Salem that, you know, she basically in the story, she lost a piece. She went back to use the restroom during a caravan and she got delayed for a reason. And then she came back and she found no caravan there. And typically the rule with caravans is they had one person that was sort of like the sweeper to make sure that you know anyone who was left behind, they went and got them so this individual this companion went and

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found, I shall deliver on her at first you didn't know she was alive. So he was like, just like freaking out. And then he saw her and he was very happy that she was of course healthy. And he got off with his animal and he you know, made her get on top and he walked the animal back to the to the caravan to Medina. And when he came in people who saw this one of them His name is Abdullah and obey saloon, the leader, the hypocrites, he took this and he made a entire fictional story and narrative about how the prophets Wilson's wife was not faithful. Okay. And this now again, like you're like, Okay, easy case, you know, case shot, we'll get whatever is the prophet systems wipe, no, no. When

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this took over, it was so again, it was so odious that I want you to imagine like the aunt and the cousin of the Prophet suicide lens, wife, alright, she says, aunt and cousin. Were like talking about this in their gatherings. Like, did you hear? They were I mean, they were engaging in the spilling of tea. Right about their own niece, and cousin who's the wife of the Prophet is also to the point where there was a short period of time where the Prophet SAW Selim genuinely was affected, didn't know what to believe. She got a deep fever. She was sick about this until Allah subhanaw taala himself, had to exonerate her in the Quran. Right. So just to let you understand, like what

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fitna does, it's destructive, and some of the scars and some of the damage that fitna causes like when you renovate your house and like reconstruct these bathrooms and dining rooms, like sometimes people come over, they can't tell but you can tell. You look and you're like that paint is a little bit less yellow than that side or you know you

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There's a little bit of a weird outline like this area looks brand new, right? This part of the bathroom is brand new, like the shower looks brand new. And the sink still looks like it's from 1970s. Right? Why? Because you know, you know what happened you know the fitna that occurred to your house and the restoration that had to occur. It's the same thing in communities. There are communities, there are families, there are friends, there are relationships that have been scarred, because the fitna ran rampant, and they had to rebuild, and they had to reconstruct, and there's a lot of, to US a very overpopulated world. There's a lot of trauma that people experienced

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religiously, that has to be healed. So sorts of KEF is one of the remedies for this. It's one of the protectors from this and one of the remedies why? Well the Quran has superpower we know that right? reading the Quran, is in itself a sheaf, that Allah subhanaw taala tells us it is a cure. We know that the Quran is a illumination, it gives us light allows us to see our way okay, but the content of sources cast is phenomenal. There are four separate subsections of the SUTA. So it feels like four different stories. And even though they all have four different approaches, and four different details, sets of details, all of the stories kind of revolve around the same principles. And we'll

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find them in sha Allah as we engage in those stories. Now, what was the initiation of the SUTA? There's an entire sub subject in tafsir, called ASVAB and Missoula. Why was revealed. What was the purpose of revelation of this? A good example of this? Does anyone know the story about the man who was blind who came to the Prophet SAW Salem, and there was a pseudonym revealed for him was sunnah wasn't very good. Like everyone's familiar with that, right? That's literally call this Babineau Zoo. Its meaning it's a history. It's a historical science, in which the scholars of Tafseer engage with see it on history. And they say, Okay, this sutra has a specific catalyst. This sutra has a

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specific moment like we can pinpoint that there is a moment in time in the life of the prophet saw Selim, that set forward the revelation of the Quran that we have here. It's called us revenues. Okay, so Allah says a famous story. Why? Because the Prophet SAW Solomon Baca was engaging in some Dawa with the leaders of polish and they were like, whatever, giving him half attention, half not standard, but he was engaging as it was his job to do and who comes on to him this man named Abdullah bin Maktoum, by the law on who happened to be blind and he was also from the community in Mecca that was not well off financially. So he comes to the Prophet salsa, lemon, he asked him a

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question. He asked him a very, very almost like, I don't want to say it's a he asked him a question that could have been asked pretty much any other time. Okay, anyone here have kids?

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This is literally, like the coolest thing I can think of. You're engaged in a really important conversation. You know, I'm actually we're renewing Lucis passport.

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Because no one believes he's a baby anymore.

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So we're renewing his passport and I'm on the phone trying to get a passport appointment. If you know, it's like trying to get you know, into Willy Wonka's factory. It's like, impossible. So I finally make it through after using a botnet. I'm joking after getting phone call after phone call. Oh, you shoot us secrets. Okay, after you after trying just get an appointment for this kid. And I finally get one. And I'm talking to this guy on the phone. And it's kind of like the DMV, like the Passport Agency is like DMVs little brother, people who really don't like their jobs, and they don't want to talk to you even though that is their job. And they don't want to really help you, although

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also that is their job. And so I'm trying to be super nice and friendly. Like, Hi, this is Dave and I'm like, Hey, David, great name right up glide this morning. Like, just really trying to keep them engaged at any level, so that he gives me an appointment. So I'm talking to him. I'm like, Yeah, and he's just kind of like, and he's kind of reciprocating a little bit, right. Like, there's a little bro flirting is happening. He's reciprocated. So I'm like, Hey, David. He's like, Hey, what's going on? How's your day is like not too well. I'm like, man, it's a tough one, isn't it?

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I'm like, make sure you take some time for you to do okay, David. And

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well, I swear to God, I was saying stuff like this. Like, take care yourself, man. Stand up, stretch, 15 seconds, every hour, minute, whatever, you know. And so we're like talking and in the moment where he's gonna give me like the code, you know, where they're like you have a pen ready? Because it's some sort of code that you need when you check into the check into the place like you have to check in with this code. Otherwise, they just don't believe you. Who comes running in the house telling me about you know, everything he's doing outside in the backyard Musa like Scream.

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Like, and you don't want to of course, like, you know, you don't want to traumatize your kid.

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Right? I need your passport. We're gonna go on vacation this week. Great, and you're ruining it. And he's gonna hate his life. And then David, I'm like on Sinise with this guy, right? I don't

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No just gonna be one weird thing until maybe hates kids. And he's like, Oh, he just hangs up.

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So it's a very stressful situation. Now again, if you've been through something like that, right, then now empathize with the prophets also them but I want you to understand one cool thing. The Prophet SAW Salem when this happened to him, the only being that knew his reaction was a lot.

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When this happened, he's talking to Quraysh Okay, he's making headway. You know, he's talking to them trying to build, you know, rapport with them relationship. And he, you know, maybe he feels like he's actually you know, he's got their ear, they're not aggressive, they're not harassing him and, you know, trying to fight him, that's, that's a win. And then in the moment where he's engaging, you have Abdullah Maktoum coming to him and saying, you know, like, Okay, can I you know, what's the ruling on wiping over my sock, something very similar. My teacher who taught us a story back shakey had he actually use that example he was just he asked him something very, very non

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emergent, right? Like it didn't have an emergent urgent feel to it. Okay. It was like, Hey, can you explain inheritance to me again, it's like, and he's like, so the Prophet SAW Selim. The description that the tafsir gives was that he didn't frown that was actually a really unfortunate translation. He didn't frown. Right the translation normally goes he found and turned away he didn't from the tafsir specifically, to be in others even cathedra. And also they all carry these narrations they literally the brow of the prophets of Saddam the his eyebrows the brow. It quickly, less than a second. twitched.

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Like you couldn't even tell if you weren't staring right at like preparing yourself. Here it comes. You could not tell that he had any movement in his face whatsoever. I used to set up okay.

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And also the love and Oh, my tomb reminder was what? Blind so he didn't see it. Definitely. Even the people who could watch it didn't see it. Those who were maybe even there didn't see it. Who's the only one who saw it? A lot. So then Allah subhana wa Tada sends a sutra obviously, what's a well, and

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that, you know, his face made that is his eyes twits, briefly, he turned away. That was all that happened when the man who was blind came to him. So the prophets also had him of course, he had a good sense of humor. He was incredibly good spirited. When the Sunnah, of course became known to have a little bit of Mattoon imagine like he's like yeah, it's my I got featured in the Quran right like we know this story now we know who he is because of this. The Prophet SAW Selim wasn't like yeah this guy you know oh man like this is like the one the one recollection the one preservation of like a big mistake that I made no, he you when he walked in the room he would say So then why they

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come to the one who Allah corrected me because of him.

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Right I will love it seems like yeah, all right. Now what's also crazy is that the Prophet SAW son I'm also didn't just, you know, it wasn't like a formality. It wasn't a performance. He actually engaged I brought him into my tomb in a beautiful way. You know, in Medina there was the famous malevolent who was the famous more than a Medina. Vela are the lover I'm the famous not who was the not so famous monument. I beloved to my tomb. He was the second one now My thing is a serious thing I know nowadays is kind of like you know, if you're at the masjid and you know how to work on microphone Bismillah right. No, that is a serious thing because if the Imam is sick or unable to

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lead or if they you know, for whatever reason during the law they have to bow out usually it's someone that has to step up you guys know all of the all of the the need in the hot domain are all fathers Quran all those guys who call the event in mustard and Naka Medina, they're all members of Quran they usually all have bachelor's degrees and master's degrees in Serbia, they all are very trained, educated, they're not just a pretty voice right? And they they actually have Subhanallah a lot of substance there. So I'd love to get to them was the more evident now here's the crazy part in order to be the button in order to call the event what is the one okay you need to have the faculty

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of voice but what is the other faculty you need to have? Yeah, you need to see what yeah, like you know, that Fajr ends when the sun comes up, you know that melody comes in when the Sangha you know, that the heart comes in at a certain point when the sun's in the sky, the shadow has to be you know, either equal to or double the length depending on the method or whatnot and Orisha comes in when this when the sun is fully set. So these are all functions of sight. So the Companions they sort of like embarrassingly ask the prophets also in the ghetto, so Allah

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you assigned somebody to be more than but he cannot

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write because you don't want to challenge the Prophet saw them but they were like,

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explain, you know,

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and he said it was the issue

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So they were like, yes, a lot. We are curious about how he will be able to tell what time it is to pray. And the prophets also said, Oh, you'll tell him.

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You tell them in the he'll call the event. Do you see how powerful that is? And we talked about inclusion all the time, right? Like as if we discovered it now and 2020 inclusion, right? Before like, we have a wheelchair ramp inclusion, right? We have an elevator inclusion, like you know, the Prophet 14 years ago, the Prophet Solomon was like, no, no, this is part and parcel of community. Right? This is who we are as Muslims, we are inclusive, to the point where I will assign a person to do a job that he does not have full capacity physically to perform, but you will help him Subhanallah that's why we say some of the La Jolla Salah just amazing that foresight right. So all

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of that story, sorry, major sidetrack. Welcome to hotword. So major tangent, all of that story was an example of a stab in the zoo. And you'll find this by the way, in the books of see it on the books of history, and ASVAB. And you'll find that they will literally go over and highlight all of these moments like this is why this sorta was revealed. And then the one a huge tangent. So why was sort of CAD revealed. Why was it revealed? Well, it's a very interesting story. During the Meccan days, this is a Mexican SUTA. It was revealed during the Meccan era, during the initial phase of the Prophet, so sometimes teaching.

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There were people in Medina, who were rabbis, they were the rabbinical leaders of any soil. So they were very knowledgeable about religious scripture and religion in general. Okay, why? Because they had the scriptures memorized, they had them understood. And in a way, the rabbi's of the time they held a certain status and class, even though they were not pagans. The pagans respected them, even though they weren't polytheist the policy is respected them, because there was always this deep seated reverence towards knowledge of religion, always. And by the way, till now, still very much so that this exists. I mean, even people that don't admittedly don't believe in a religious practice or

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a belief or an ideology. When you see something like for example, an example there's like the Muslims when we see the Pope, you know, walking out into the Vatican late at night with his robe on like, under, you know, no one can tell you and he's like, feeding people, right? He's like, trying to like wash people's feet. And then they're like, Oh, the pope snuck out last night and fed everyone food. You Muslims are like, Masha, Allah, right? Allah de of Pope, right? Like, may Allah like, guide him to Islam, because you're like, that's respectable. That's amazing. I remember my wife and I went to the Vatican. And even though I don't believe in it, of course, I was like, this

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is incredible, like this is it's overwhelming, like, you see people devoting themselves, I believe, to be not the correct way. But still, there is you have to give credit in some degree where credit is due, that there are people giving themselves devoting themselves to something greater than just their desires, it is respectable, right, anything. As much as I disagree with it, I still find there to be some sort of, you know, reverence in that it's amazing. Okay. And this is this is the power of religion. The power of religion is that no matter what time you look at history, religion has always existed. People have always believed in something greater than themselves and devoted themselves to

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that thing, whether it was right or wrong. So the rabbi's of Medina, they had that kind of clout, right? They were they had Bucha, blue checkmarks. And so in Mecca,

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they were grasping for anything to try to take the profit souls on them down. They were grasping for anything.

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They couldn't take him down on on the merit of any argument that they could take other people down. You know, they had nothing to quote unquote, cancel him with ISIS was set up. There was nothing in his history. You couldn't look back. They all knew him. They knew him from heat from the time he was a child. Okay, he's 40 years old now like he's, he's an adult man, he's married. You know what I mean? Like, you can't really go back and you know, this guy is

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so instead of referring back to his past, what they initially tried to do was talk about the message right then in there, okay, well, no, this doesn't make any sense or prove this oh, we're gonna be brought back to life after we die. That's weird. That's, that's a that's a weird sort of story. Right? All of these and the prophets, most of them will just come back with either revelation or his explanation that would just dis deconstruct and just disassemble their argument. Okay. So they became once again immobilize they had no nothing against the prophets all sudden, no ground to stand on. So what do they do? They turn to the rabbis. And they said, Okay, we're gonna fight scripture

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with script

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Sure, we don't believe in any of this.

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But why don't you guys tell us? If he's claiming it's from God? And you guys all believe in God? Why don't you guys tell us something, give us something, a story, an artifact, whatever, that he has to corroborate. If he truly is in communication with God, that he can corroborate this story, give us something. So they went to the rabbis. And the rabbis were like, you know, shalom, and they walked in. And they asked them, they said, Give us this knowledge, give us some knowledge from the tota and the NG, and the Jewish scholars, the rabbi's. They said, Okay, there's three questions you have to ask him. Okay. And this also happened before. By the way, this also happened with Surah Yusuf. And

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every time the police did this spoiler alert, slam dunk right in there. Okay. So although this one's very interesting, I'll tell you why. So the Jewish scholar said, There was three things three questions before him. They said, if he answers these three correctly, to their credit, they were kinda like, Look, if he if he knows what he's talking about, but he's a prophet, because they also were waiting, right? They were waiting for the next profit that was prophesized. And in their book, they said, First, ask him about the young men, the young men who left their city in the past in history, they left their city and ask him what happened to them, they abandon their city, because of

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the corruption that was there. The rabbi said, this is a very unique event. If he is truly a prophet, you'll know what he's talking about. You'll know this story. Number two, they said, You need to ask him about the man, the person who travelled all the way through the east and conquered all the way through the west of the earth, and asked him about the story of this person. And number three, they said ask him about the roof, the soul and ask him what is it? Like explained to us the soul? Okay, so the Christ, the two, the two flourishing men right now that have been hardest and earth, but maybe more eight, these two men, they were like, We got him. So they went all the way

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back to Makkah. And they met with the rest of their people. And they said, look, we got him. We got these three questions from this, these Jewish scholars. And they said that if he doesn't know these questions, then we're good. Right, then this is absolutely we got it, we stumped them. So they gathered together and they went in, they met the Prophet SAW Salem, and they said, you know, Mohamed, Salah Salem, they said, We're interested in your religious thing. But you need to first you know, we just want to make sure that you're for real, right, like, you want to make sure you're legit. So the problem is, was I was like, Yeah, of course, like, that's why I'm here. He's not, he

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doesn't see any ill will within them. He's like, Okay, this Mullah, what can I What can I help you with? And they're saying, Okay, we have these three questions that we asked from these scholars. And if you're truly a prophet, you have to give us the answer. Number one, is tell us about the group of young men that left their city left their people and they went, they took refuge. Number two, there's a person in history who conquered from the east to the west, tell us about him. And number three, what is the rule?

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Now the prophets all sudden, he heard their questions, and he said, Okay, I hear your questions. These aren't things that I know right now. I will get you the answers tomorrow.

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And he didn't say, inshallah.

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Okay, he didn't say in sha Allah. Okay. So he's, I will get you the answers tomorrow. He didn't say in sha Allah. Right. Couple of things here that are like amazing. The first

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is that

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he felt okay. He's, he's a messenger of God, this is his job. This is his job. Okay. His job yet to do it him it he will use a key him when you are leaving home Nikita, will Heckman Allah said Your job is to recite to them the verses to purify them and to teach them the Book and be wisdom like this is his role. Okay.

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And he still has the self awareness to say, I don't know.

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I don't know. I don't know has to be something that is number one. Comfortable and number two respected.

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Like as a person, we have to be comfortable saying, I don't know. If somebody asks me, Hey, what's this? Or what's that or in Islam, this or that? If I don't know with certainty, the answer that they're looking for, I have to say, I don't know. The other side of it is that as a person who's receiving that answer, you have to respect it. You have to respect in fact, when a person says I don't know you should grow in respect for them.

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Right because not knowing is not a sign of weakness.

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deficiency and when a person has the courage and the bravery to say it, then you should actually applaud that person and say I really appreciate you not just kind of like giving me some answers and runaround. Okay, now how does this apply to everybody here? Look, we are representatives of the Prophet Muhammad SAW sudden it is the greatest relationship. It is the greatest human relationship that we can ever have. If somebody sees your face and thinks of Islam, it is the greatest honor that you will ever carry. Imagine. Meeting the Prophet SAW Selim on the Day of Judgment, not having any experiences with him nothing in common in terms of like your life, but being yeah Rasul Allah saying

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to him in my life when people saw me they thought of you

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like that's all we carry right now we're not perfect and we make a lot of mistakes. But if that's all we have, then inshallah the Day of Judgment will be good for us. But if we continuously push that away, and we say like I'm not I don't know enough to answer questions or be representative this and that. Don't push away your relationship with the Prophet saw seven. Okay, no one here is at the level of a of a scholar to where they can answer every question, but everyone here knows something. Yes. Yes or no? You guys believe in yourselves. Remember Dave guy on the phone? All right. Believe in yourself. Does everyone here know something about Islam? Yes, that's why you're Muslim. You know

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something? If somebody comes in and says What is Islam all about? What do you guys what's your go to?

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Alright, very good answer. Okay, we'll save that for the end. What's What's your go to piece All right, just please come here. Give me a hug rights piece your friends like What's this all about? You're like just clear. All right. Let's talk about this Islam right you feel that that's Islam.

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Okay, Islam can it can provide peace? Absolutely. For sure. That's one of its goal right Sakina to give us tranquility you've been I mean think about what the Companions felt right? Yeah. To sort of live been looking for this my whole life that's what Islam gives. Okay, that's what submission to Allah gives what else? What do you guys go to and if people say What is Islam all about?

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Good character. Okay, good. Yeah. Nicola Allah hooligan alim. Allah described the Prophet saw some of you are on top of good character, your master good character very good. Mashallah, what else?

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We have Lila Hola, very good. So as a genius, mashallah, you know, we all depending on how much you've read, or attended or listened to, or whatever, you might have a little bit of a nuance here, right level to, like, you know, oh, let me let me teach you a little bit about something right. But at the bare minimum, you know what everyone here can say? We worship God. And we believe that along with all the prophets that God's sent that Muhammad peace be upon him is his final messenger. And that's what we believe, right? And I devote my life to that belief, and I do whatever that belief asked me to do as best I can. Like that, you know, you don't have to feel stumped. Like, what does

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Islam all about? Like, unless it's like at the border, and they're like, you're like trying to get back home like me every time I travel. You don't have to feel nervous at all. Right? That's a very beautiful, comprehensive, confident answer. Okay. Now, if someone asks you level two, or three or four, What is Islam say about this? First of all, Islam doesn't say much, because Islam has a lot of differences within it in terms of how to approach different things. But how does Islam approach this? Or how do we learn about what What is Islam stance on this, you know,

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if it's a lived experience, feel free to share. But if it's something that requires knowledge and training, feel absolutely free and competent, saying, You know what, I don't know. But I do know some people that do know, and I can go get you the answer, like I can go and I can learn that answer, and I can come back to you. That's the prophetic approach. His job was to be a prophet, and he told people I don't know. That was his job, your job, you're not a prophet, right? You're not. You're allowed to say I don't know if the Prophet SAW Selim said it, you're allowed to say it. But he didn't say in sha Allah. So what happens? The Prophet SAW Selim waits anxiously all day all

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night, and no revelation comes.

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The Pradesh come to him and they say, Hey, where's the Vance char three questions. He says it will come. He waits again, another 24 hours, nothing happens. 48 hours pass. 72 hours pass. 96 hours passed. I'm going to start with I can't give you 24 hours like that. Right? 15 days, two weeks. And every day, the harassment, the mockery, the laughing the bullying gets more intense

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as a phoneme, and we knew it the whole time. Right, we should go and thanks those rabbis solved our problem.

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All we need to do is ask them three questions. Messages done Islamism.

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done let's go back to normal. Right this is who we are.

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When Allah is the prophet So Sam is sitting there undoubtedly trusting Allah's plan but at the same time he's human wondering what's going to happen

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Gibreel shows up

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in Gibreel comes with sort of guy

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and he says to the Prophet, yeah Rasul Allah, right with respect. I have with me 70,000 Angels

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with this surah

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this doesn't happen normally. And I'm, I'm choking up because number one I always do number two,

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because do you see Allah's love for the prophets also? No.

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It's like, when the Prophet SAW Saddam, any moment he feels even for a second like he's alone.

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Allah subhanaw taala just squashes that thought out of oblivion. Not only are you not alone, oh messenger of Allah. I'm not going to come to you one on one. I'm bringing the entire army with me.

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So I have 70,000 angels, and we are here to deliver to you the answer to those three questions.

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Debris, I said that tells him and in the sutra later in the 20 in the 20s of the ayat like 2324 I think Allah Parramatta actually references this moment

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when he says, If you intend to do something, don't say I will do it without saying, Inshallah, and this is why Muslims are obsessed.

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Do you ever wonder where that came from? There's actually a story there. Right? This is what learning your deen does, it empowers you. Now when you say in sha Allah.

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I want you not to think of you saying in short and shallow is a powerful statement. It is powerful because when a person says In sha Allah, they're submitting to two things. Number one, I'm not in control. And number two, Allah is that's what you're submitting to. That's why the jokes about making in sha Allah like an easy let down. Do you want to hang out? Sharla Right. Or like hey was in sha Allah, you know, in sha Allah means no. Which by the way it happens Musa

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I say in sha Allah, you don't say that?

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yells at me, because he knows it means not right now. Okay? So my wife tells us don't train him. Don't make him hate Inshallah, just say no. And I'm like, No, it's so hard. Right?

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Instead of those jokes circulating in sha Allah is a beautiful reminder to the soul. If someone if you're hoping for something desperately, and you're doing everything you can to achieve it, you're literally working your hardest to succeed at whatever you're putting your heart into. And someone asks you about it and you say, in sha Allah, I want you to realize you're reminding yourself of a bit of a reality

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that as much as I am doing as much as I'm trying as much as I am hustling as much as I'm working in sha Allah, if Allah wills, it's not my will. I don't control this, if I controlled it, it would already be the way that I wanted it. I'm reminding myself in sha Allah as a reminder itself talk to the soul and to the body and to the mind to the heart, that you are not the one who makes these decisions. You know, my dad's point of love my dad is like one of the most intelligent people. I mean, those Jeopardy runs 60 days, 70 days, those people who just kill it on Jeopardy, my dad for sure, right? I mean, he'd be like the Tom Brady of Jeopardy is a genius mashallah, okay. And in

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2008, loses his job and unable to find work immediately. And I remember asking him like that you are so you are so like, degree, you have you have a ton of degrees, like you're just so qualified, usually walk into anyone got a job. And my dad who's not by any means, like a scholar of tafsir, or scholar of Hadith, or any of that, in terms of this stuff. I probably read more than he does this. But spiritually, he had a truth that I did not have and that was he's out there, man. I am not in control. My degrees do not give me risk. My training does not give me money. Allah gives me everything.

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And he he he said that not not as an angry person, but as a content person. Like knowing what the word insha Allah meant. In sha Allah means that whatever Allah wills, it is what's best for me and I'm submitting to that. I'm taking it as bitter or as sweet as that pill is to swallow. I am taking it full on and saying Oh Allah, whatever you will, I am content in whatever you destined for me. Because of Allah, I trust you more than I trust myself. And so as much as I'm trying, I'm only trying because you told me you told me to try. I'm only working because Allah you told me to work. But oh Allah at the

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end of the day I don't know ultimately if this is good or bad for me I don't know if this job is the right one for me I don't know if this person is the right one for me you're like yes I do know you don't. We really don't write the Quran is like

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it's the hara modified, it's our plus, right? Like, Well, can I add one part to it? I'm like, what? If they're not good for me? Make them good for me, right? Again, the joke is funny, but it's also a little bit right we got to be real. ask Allah to give you what he knows is best for you. Call us like madness. That's it. Don't ask a lot. Don't ask Allah to give you the pen to write your destiny. Because as the Quran tells us, little ut or config cathedra Minute MD la NetOne. If you are the author of your own life, you would hate it.

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You would hate it. How many mistakes do we make how many neutrons we have to make, we can barely even drive on these Dallas highways without missing an exit.

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Lot. That was a connection. You're like that's so true.

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That's the reality of our destiny, men. We have to trust someone who knows more than us. When you anchor yourself. You have to anchor yourself with something heavier than yourself. In sha Allah is that statement. And when we abandon that statement, when we trivialize it, when we inform and when we make it informal. We're forgetting the heavy truth that it carries. It's a reminder and it's a truth and it's a reality that puts your heart at rest and allows you to remind yourself to trust in Allah todos plant so 15 days Gibreel comes to the Prophet SAW side of them and he tells him so it's kind of and he gives him what will be the four sections right the three answers and then the last

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section of the SUTA we're gonna go ahead and wrap up now because it's not have time I did not find that I was paying getting started tonight but okay.

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We ask Allah Tada to accept from us. We asked the last comments Allah to purify our hearts and we ask Allah Tada to allow this study of his book to be a continuation of the blessing month of Ramadan. And that that month didn't enter us but rather it began something for us and that we hope that this Quran becomes our companion for us in this life it becomes the light for us when things are dark. It becomes a cure for us when we are sick it becomes the relief for us when we are feeling heavy and bogged down we asked you Oh Allah to make this Quran. The nourishment for our soul that we need just like food and drink nourishes our body. I mean, I mean, that's a bit odd. I mean, anyone

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have any questions before we wrap up motives in about three minutes so we'll wrap up

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Dave? Oh, yeah, okay.

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Friday 1030 is our appointment to make dua we need it. So I'm like Musa you can have whatever you want just be quiet the entire time. Now 1030 inshallah he got me an appointment we're good to go who's actually at his passport photos today. He kept smiling the laser don't smile

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we had a quite a couple of questions here yeah

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does the protection of from the judge is it from

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Allah knows best the Hadith says from the jet from the fitnah of the jet. So of course the illusions the tricks all of the sorcery that people are going to be falling into because those are his Those are his means of proving to people like I am what I say I am. That's probably Allah knows best, the most dangerous but of course there's other things right the actual physical danger, the destruction that you will have. It seems to be the heavy says that it will be protection from the effects of the jugs. So we hope that it's everything in trauma. Yeah. Anyone else? Questions? Yeah?

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good question. So should we say in sha Allah when we were asking Allah for something, there's some stories of some

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Okay, for anyone who was fasting today we have two boxes of pizza for Iftar for you save so please go ahead and just go see Batool and crew in the back country if you are fasting, I'm only saying that cuz you have a minute left. So for Dora and inshallah so there's some scholars that from their from their like emphatic certainty, right, because the Prophet SAW said, I'm said to make dua to Allah and be certain that he will answer it. Their emphatic certainty led them to say things like there's a famous statement of imminent Samia where he said that you know, we are going to be victorious.

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Student said to him, like, you know, oh in sha Allah, he goes, No, we are. Right. And again, it's not that he's denying the lesson, the medium in sha Allah, but it's him saying I

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have the certainty however is this supposed to be like out of etiquettes something that we alumnos

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I've never heard that from my teachers and I've only been around them when they say things that they're hoping for and they're saying in sha Allah as well. And so from what I understand from my experience with my teachers it's not there the two are not mutually exclusive. Yeah,

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I say it a lot if you listen to me I say a lot beginning middle and end of sentences I say all the time with my mom my mom's training yeah

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with the Dow also be questioned the Day of Judgment good question. The answer is yes every every creature with Ockel will be questioned that they've on the Day of Judgment even chef on right why you know like those crimes were like on the news they're like this person there's video footage they admitted it but they still have to go through due process just as a as a as a testament to the integrity of the system. Right? So Allah Spano Tata gives everyone their due process everyone gets their chance. Even the ones that we know there is no excuse for what they did. They still have to stand before Allah and answer about the deeds that they did. And so the answer will be yes a lot

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Who, okay, so say someone Oh, people have to be before lightning forgive them. Oh, Allah knows best. Yeah. Maybe if they didn't see a lot of us. Yeah, yeah. Any other questions? Yes. A story about

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the wall and

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it's gonna be because that's the story we heard from you something like that. We'll get there one day inshallah.

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Inshallah she asked about due to my judge that Yeah, yeah. So we'll get there and we'll get back. I just didn't want to open up that that part of end of dates. Okay.

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All right. Yeah. Okay, so that

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