Illuminated Tarawih Khatirah Night #18

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah. While Ali, he was happy at Marine salam Wa alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. So inshallah continuing with our series

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illuminated where we look at many of the verses of the Quran that talk about noon that talk about light. Today we're going to be talking about sudut file played sunnah number 35 And sort of thought that a certain number 35 There are

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three verses or four vs Excuse me, where Allah subhanaw taala presents some very powerful ideas and imagery and comparisons, where Allah subhanaw taala says, Why am I so will atma will receive starting with high number 19 Allah says that someone who cannot see and someone who does have the ability to see they are not the same well as the lumati Well a new and darkness being buried under layers of darkness and then being in the light these two things can never be the same well of the loo well Haruka. And having shade having something covering you the experience of being in the shade as opposed to the experience of being under the sun, the direct rays of the sun those two

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experiences are not the same. And then Allah concludes by saying well my yester will ya Oh, well I'm watch

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and living people

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and bodies without life, dead bodies corpses, they are not the same, they can never be the same.

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So Allah subhanaw taala presents these and what exactly does this represent? So as even cathedra Allahu Allah says Allah subhanaw taala here presents a sha Allah motorbiking.

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Allah presents these opposites, these things that are juxtaposed to one another. And first and foremost, Allah subhanaw taala says that having the ability to see where you're going, what you're doing, what you're looking at, and then not having the ability to see where you're going or what you're doing, those two experiences are not the same. And in this first example, Allah is telling us about

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people who have guidance and people who don't have guidance, people who have knowledge and people who don't have knowledge. So Allah is here contrasting the two people like Allah says in another place in the Quran. That's cool. Hell yes, sir Willa, Xena Yeah, Allah Munna Well, the deen Allah, Allah moon, that those people who do have knowledge and understanding, they can never be the same. They are not similar. Their situation is not comparable to people who have no knowledge who have no understanding, but they are totally different than one another. And then secondly, Allah subhanaw taala talks about the guidance itself of voodoo much like we've talked about multiple times in this

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series, video, mightier represents disbelief and darkness of not having a relationship with Allah, not knowing who Allah is. And nude is representative of faith, belief, conviction. eemaan.

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Exactly having that understanding of who Allah is. And those are the two things and we've looked at the IRB for where Allah says, a woman can meet and farheena who are janela who run Yum, she behave in NASSCOM masala who feels it needs to be courage Amina. That's somebody who is walking around and the lights are on. That experience can never be the same as somebody who's stumbling around in the darkness. Those two things are completely contradictory to one another.

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But then Allah presents a third example. A third scenario, and this is very interesting. Well of the loo Whelan Haroon, being in the shade, and being stuck outside baking in the sun. Those two things are not the same. Number one, we understand that obviously, just what it symbolizes the symbolism present there. That being comfortable being covered being in the shade. Think of the comfort, the peace and tranquility, the ease that a person experiences sitting in the shade, having a roof over your head, and then compare that to somebody just roasting and burning and frying in the sun. Those two things are not the same at all. So there's a symbolism that is present there, number one, but it

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goes beyond that. Because we've talked a lot about it

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Faith and disbelief. They're different LaMotta news. And we've talked about people who have faith versus people who don't have faith, the believers in the disbelievers and how they are very different, their realities are different. But now Allah brings into the equation, the next step and that is the life of the hereafter.

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What does the hereafter look like for both of these two groups of people?

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And as the scholars of Tafseer dimension, Al Murata with Lily will Harun al Jana too and now

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these are representative of Ville that shade is representative of paradise. As Allah says in surah, two rod Oh Kulu ha Iman was Aloha.

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That in paradise you will have unlimited supplies of nourishment, food and enjoyment was elucha and you will always be shaded you will always be covered.

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And in the life and in the life of the hereafter in hellfire.

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Allah subhanaw taala also talks about this was the name mija Moom labarie didn't want to Corinne the only kind of shade that will be present for the people in the hellfire. Allah says in surah tilaka This is very heavy stuff. So pardon, you know bringing this up but it's important for us to reflect on this Allah says it in the Quran was in me movement. The closest thing to shade that the people in hellfire will have is this thick, black smoke that will be suffocating them.

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That will be suffocating them love bodied well actually, it will not be cool. It will not be cool nor will it be comfortable. But instead it will be quite the opposite. Imagine like a building on fire. And there's this black thick smoke. It's hot. It's burning. It's scorching your face. It's burning your lungs as you breathe it in. You're choking on it. That's what Allah subhanaw taala says the Hellfire will be like

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so what? Here Allah says well of the loo, while Harrower these are not the same things. There will be people that will be shaded by Allah.

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Where even in this dunya our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa salam. There are remarkable stories about him.

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Where when he was a child,

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and he was in the care of Halima Sadia, Radi Allahu taala, and how she accepted Islam that

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he was in her care. She was a wet nurse, and someone who would raise children in the countryside. And so he was with her. And she would notice a lot of times that in the News at Noon timeout, you know, in the Arabian in Arabia, it's so hot that they would even pull the animals in.

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And so she noticed that she would see the Prophet saw some as a little boy, kind of wandering about outside.

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And so she grew concerned. So he had an older foster sister Halima daughter, because Halima had nursed the Prophet sallallaahu Salam. So Halima had a biological daughter, her name was che Ma.

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And so she told che Ma, that whenever you see Muhammad wondering about, I want you to bring him in. That's not healthy. It's not good for him to be out there wandering about in the sun, in the desert heat. So

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one day, Halima looks out and she sees the prophets of salaam sitting outside at that noon time. And Chima is sitting right next to him. She's sitting right there next to him. And Halima, she grew very upset. She got, you know, very upset. I told you to keep him inside. And now you went and sat down with him.

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So she went out there, and she said to shame, what are you doing?

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And she might tells her mother Halima, but the Allahu taala. Anna, she tells her in shame I became Muslim later on as well, after the Battle of her name. She said that

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I saw him wondering about as if the heat doesn't bother him.

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So I said, why is that?

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So I came out here and I looked and there were clouds that were shading him.

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That's why he's so comfortable. And so I sat down with him.

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Decades later, when the prophets Allah, the sun would be traveling for trade. On behalf of Khadija, the Allahu taala. There was a servant of Khadija Mesa, who was with them, and he came back and reported the exact same thing. He came back and also reported that I saw that there will be cloud shading him as he walked.

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So even in this dunya, Allah will provide that kind

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If comfort for them.

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And then on the day of judgment as Allah's, as the Prophet SAW Selim says several Archon Utila whom Allah houfy Lindy Yama, lovely Yama, La Villa Allah,

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that Allah will give them shade under his shade, in his shade.

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And then of course in the life of the hereafter Allah subhanaw taala says comfort and enjoyment and pleasure.

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So, this is the analogy of the life of the hereafter paradise, being the place of comfort and shade as opposed to the hellfire.

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That will be a place of heat, and they'll be scorched and they'll be suffocating.

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And then Allah subhanaw taala concludes all of this, where Allah subhanaw taala says, Well, why are you so ill? Yeah, oh, well, an omelet

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and the defeat of this Do you understand? What does Allah mean when he compares to living in the dead? Obviously, they're not the same. But there's a hadith in Timothy, in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, masala, the yes Kurata who well let Elijah screwed up the hookah masala you will make it that the example of someone who remembers their Lord who has a remembrance of Allah, who has faith in Allah, who has Allah, the remembrance of Allah on their tongue and in their heart

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and the person who is deprived for this, the person who is devoid of this, the example of those who people is like the living in the dead. So may Allah subhanaw taala grant us all the

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news in the light of iman, may Allah subhanaw taala always keep us connected with the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala and may Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst the people who will be shaded by Allah on the day of judgment and who will enjoy the blessings and the pleasures of the of the of paradise in the life of the hereafter. So sucking the low Hadron Subhanallah who will be happy to hear some 100 Columbia now shall we La ilaha illa Anta na Saphira wanted to be late, one

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quick announcement and I realized we've been a little bit late to get to this but

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we were doing it you know, somewhat we were trying to push it as far as we could.

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Because obviously things start to get delayed. So from this Friday, so inshallah we have a couple of more days Wednesday and Thursday, so that we get enough time to let people know but from Friday inshallah salata Isha will be at 9:30pm because the Athan time is coming to 915. Don't worry, we're keeping track of the Athan time, so, inshallah I know that it's kind of a little bit nerve wracking that he starts at 915 but inshallah from Friday, that's when the Athan time will be at 915. So from Friday, we will have selected Asia at 9:30pm Inshallah, till the end of the month of Ramadan, vanilla, Giselle can lock in on some olakunle