Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
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So as I announced yesterday in Chava, this robot, we've always done tafsir here, and we take one or two islands or little passage from every day's recitation, and we make a discussion out of it. And we've been doing that for many, many years. And
almost a decade now here in
this from Milan, I thought to do something a little more unique. And one thing that I've come to realize, as you know, we go through Ramadan, after Ramadan, after Ramadan. And I've been traveling around and asked, answering people's questions about Ramadan. You know, one thing that's on everybody's mind is how to sustain the growth that we experienced during the month of Ramadan. And the number one issue that we have with Ramadan a lot of times is, we treat Ramadan as a task as the duty at hand, the task at hand, is just a responsibility I have for a year and for now, let me discharge my responsibility. Let me offer this task that I have to whether it be fasting during the
day or night, maybe reciting in extra inches of odd. So I do whatever I'm doing for here and for now, for the time being, without any vision without any intention for the future. And you know, the prophets, Allah has told us in them, the actions are dependent upon their intentions and the intention behind the action. And you know, the prophets a lot, he said was a man of great wisdom
will teach you.
Sometimes the prophets a lot, some would say one thing, and it would have many, many layers to it. One of the layers of understanding of this, Habib, one of the benefits of it is the prophets around some of the same, you will get out of an action, the intention with which you go into it. So if I come into looking too fast, 29 or 30 days, that's what I'll do. If I come down on the lawn to attend the machine, probably about 80% of the time. That's what I'll accomplish. If I come into a bar just wanting to finish one recitation of the for unknown customer. That's what I'll accomplish. But if I come up with a goal with a list of things, I want to improve about myself, I want to become more
regular about five times prayer, I want to become a daily attendee to the question, I want to make sure I recite a quarter of Jews of the Quran. Every single day, even when I'm alone is gone. I want to leave this bad habit in that bad habit. If I come along with goals and I work on them, I use fasting to my advantage, or on to my advantage, I used to share on being locked away to my advantage. I'll be better for you when I'm done. I'll show that that improvement will stick with me. But that's the most important thing. And so this year as hamdulillah we have a good group of brothers and sisters who stay with us at the end. To study some for artists that isn't up here. I
decided to make a project. Let's try to do something that we can sort of set as a goal for ourselves. So when everybody is inshallah done with them along they've accomplished something and they can actually look back and trace back to what they accomplished, they can check back to it and so inshallah this Ramadan, we're going to be doing an in depth, the fear of surrogacy and Chabot what the goal and the objective is, what the recommendation is, is that everybody in shala tries to make it here every single day, every day, we will do about three to four eyes of somebody I seen very much in depth, and inshallah, when the month is done, you will have completed the entire
Tafseer like a course of study I've seen and we decided, you know what it means very in depth inshallah. The next goal that I'd like to give to everybody, brothers and sisters, but this will be individual, this is not something we can do together. And that is three or four ideas is not a whole lot. That's about three or four lines, maybe five lines at the most. So my other recommendation or encouragement everybody is trying to memorize whenever we study the next day trying to memorize them. And memorizing three, four or five lines of code is a lot easier than you think about gives us the promise of the Quran.
The Quran is easy, Allah says we've made it easy. Allah says with levels of emphasis, there is no doubt most definitely Allah says, We have made the process easy. But he places one requirement. One restriction is
whoever approaches the upper arm, for the purpose of the remembrance of Allah. So whoever reads, listens, understands studies up there on memorizes. To become closer to Allah, for that person is going to be easier than I love pleasingly. At the end of the eye, he places them on a silver platter. He says for him with decades.
Let anyone come and take. So come, come approach. So it's very easy in Shaolin Ramadan with more Baraka or blessing in our time, let's make an intention to memorize it. When Ramadan is done, inshallah, maybe you will have memorized the entire shooting, and you know the in depth of fear of it. And what better gift than that, then, you know what, what, what better to take away from the month of Ramadan than substantial, actual tangible knowledge of the Parana book of lost power. So inshallah we're gonna be setting soon as he soon as he as he is a monkey school, it was revealed in the marking period of the profits a lot sums life. And it was revealed during the, you know, the
mccunn period, which focuses on all mccunn revelation. All revelation from the mcca period focuses on three main themes in focus, which you could summarize as the mind. It focuses on faith belief, and the three main components of faith and belief that it emphasizes, is a belief in the oneness of a lot. Secondly, the belief in the prophethood of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam establishing the fact that he is a messenger, sent by a law sent by God Himself, and he's divinely communicated to a lot communicates that sense of divine inspiration and Revelation. And the third focal theme of macabre is talking about the life of the hereafter establishing the fact that there is an afterlife. When
people die in the easiest world, there is something else that transpires on the other side. And believing in that, and then even talks about a race specifically what a person will encounter after death on the Day of Judgment resurrection, gentlemen, gentlemen, now, paradise genda. It talks about all these different things, and establishes these facts. So as soon as seen in this regard is no different than the rest of her couple.
When we talk about somebody gassings placement within the most half within the actual peran is the 36th surah within the Parag. And it follows after sort of setback and
surah, number 34 and 35. And then number 36, is he asking, so number 34, and 35 also focus on the same themes there. McKinsey was a talk about oneness of God, they talk about prophet of Muhammad Ali, somebody talking about the life of the Hereafter, the afterlife, it talks about the same themes, sort of the as he continues on with the same themes, but it takes a little bit of a different tone, so that they are some takes on a different tone in the sense of it starts focusing, it starts off by focusing more heavily on the Prophet, Mohammed Samadhi. Center, the sutra immediately before it's devoted, does talk about the Prophet. And he sat out believing in in profit,
but but it more heavily focuses on the theme, the concept of the pain oneness of a lot. So the scene starts off by placing a heavy emphasis on the prophethood of Muhammad Salah specifically. So that's a little bit I wanted to talk about in terms of the flow, the continuity of the neuron, and how it's transitioning into suiting. So the next thing I wanted to talk about was sort of the scene itself. There's a couple of ideas, there's a couple of variations about the virtual city so that we get from the profits a lot. There's a little bit of a discussion in terms of some of the authenticity of some of the narrations. Nevertheless, in two narrations, that there is there is a majority opinion on the
authenticity of of these two narrations. And that is the first one of the prophets, a lot of them says that you are seen is the heart of
the prophets, Allah says that everything has a heart in the heart of the neuron is truly I see what that exactly means, then, you know, a lot of different opinions have been offered by the scholars in regards to that. But the most apparent and obvious thing about to me I see this, the beauty with which we assume constructs this argument, and the beauty of which truly asking flows, and how he talks about different themes and concepts and ideas, is so beautifully structured, it's so comprehensive, and so coherent, that it's a perfect example of the beauty and the miracle of the product. And secondly, you know, it's not a coincidence that shooting a scene is so universally
accepted by people, and it is so loved. And it's so
you know, it is so admired and revered by Muslims all over the world, regardless of the level of their knowledge. The greatest scholar loves to be seen in the most simple person who can even say that properly, still, mostly I've seen as something amazing, and it's something that's mind blowing. So the accessibility of something I've seen with the hearts of people is another thing that taught that that alludes the process of is alluding to, when he says he has seen as the heart of the upper arm. And the prophets also found the ends by saying, I wish we're shooting I seem to be in the heart of each and every single believing person. So that's that works into what we're trying to
accomplish. Here. The focus
This study isn't to try and memorize shooting a scene, this was kind of a, this was a desire, this was something the process of wish to be in the heart of each and every single believer that every Muslim would not have sort of seen. So we should definitely try to memorize. The second half of them is very profound. The prophets or someone says, recite, surely seen upon your dead. Meaning when somebody is dying, somebody is in the pains of death, somebody is experiencing difficulty at the time of passing, the prophets doesn't recommend recite to me, I've seen about that person, this will ease their transition into the afterlife, and it will make it easier for that person to basically
leave this world. Now, let's exactly understand what the prophets is telling us. Because mature, this is a prevalent practice within the Muslim community. But most people that do this, they do it as the ritual. They think just the recitation itself will somehow soon be diverse. They are the words of the law. So there's no doubt that they have a soothing, calming effect on people. But so the sort of fact Yeah, so the sooner the better. So the sooner
you get my point, on everything is a word of a law. What's special about shooting a scene is remembered, it talks about,
it talks about witness of alone, it reaffirms the confidence of Muhammad sallahu Sena, it talks about the life of the hereafter the Day of Judgment, the reward in Paradise and punishment in hell, accountability, standing before Allah, it talks about these things. So what the relevance of them is actually alluding to, is that when there is mass education in our communities of origin, and specifically the meaning and the understanding of pseudo likes,
and when a person is dying in your recites reaction to that person, by hearing what the message of shooting a scene is, it will reaffirm the faith of that person.
It will reaffirm the faith and you'll find meaning into the movie like it'll it'll refocus and reconnecting to a lot. remind them about the life you're after. Remind them of the the Prophet Muhammad Salah, he said, it'll remind them of these very important fundamental principles of faith in human. And this will lead the person into a better depth and a better result in life.
So this is the real understanding behind what the prophets Allah is teaching us. Now let's go ahead and get into the actual shooting itself.
Shoot, the last one that ended on a very powerful note in is number 42 of the previous pseudo was kind of what Allah says in number 42 of that suit. Allah says we're opposite COVID-19 gender a million, that they can take oath upon a las panatela by a law giant a money and they exhaust taking taking oaths. They swear by each and everything they can imagine. I swear my God, I swear I swear to God, they swear to the point where they get tired of taking oaths, letting Jaffa whom does he know that if somebody would come to work was to come to them and warn them later
that they will be one of the most guided amongst all the people. But I'm not joking.
But when somebody did come to one of them, a Prophet did arrive to them. Masada, hula hula, they basically just started running away from him even more. So they used to swear that if a prophet ever came to us, will believe it will believe better than anybody else you've ever seen. But when a Prophet did finally come to them, what did they do? They ran a little bit faster than they were running away before. So Allah ends the sudo su two factor on this note, now on how the cbse began, Allah starts off by saying yacine now this this this first is seen. This is what is called
the disjointed letters. People are usually familiar with it. I don't want to spend a lot of time on it, but I do want to briefly explain it because we're trying to study we're trying to understand the surah in its full context. These are the disjointed letters an E flat, B and E flat. And E flat means having sawed off moon, passing baja crossing all of these types of beginnings of sewers, they call the disjointed letters. What do they mean? That's the first thing. So the most authentic and the majority position of scholars will assume and the oma throughout the centuries has been that only lost power knows the true meaning behind these things. We don't know the exact meaning. Now we
are seeing is actually one of those things that there are actually a little there's a little more discussion about what it means. A lot of people have claimed that this means a human being. Some people have claimed that this is one of the names of the profits a little low on him. So but the reality of the matter is we have no confirmation of this fact. We have nothing that is
establishes this fact that this means this or this is the name of the Prophet salons. And we have no authentic narration to base that opinion upon. So the most authentic understanding the most safest understanding of these eiav is that a one knows best exactly what they mean. Now, these are all these can also be considered a part of the miracle of a household yessing, or the flower meme Howdy, God, Hi, Dr. Inside, these are letters, these are the letters that the Arabic language is constructed. And the fact that these are the letters of the language. And the Arabs of that time were some of the most poetic, eloquent people on the face of this earth. Some of the most poetic and
eloquent people who are masters of their language. But they had never heard the letters of their language being used in such a way before. When you put a link not being together, and the Arabs always assumed it means it says Allah.
When you put happening together, it says how you get what I'm saying, when you put yassine together, it says yes, or yes or use, it connects. They had never heard of these letters of their language, their mother tongue, which they are experts of they have never heard them used in this way before.
Me, they've never heard of us this way. Yes.
They've never heard of us. It would shock them and amaze them. And that's the other purpose of these beginnings of this loss, is that it catches the attention of the listener. Even today, we're Muslims, we believe this is the word of Allah. And we don't majority of us we don't even know the Arabic language that well. But even when you're praying behind any Mom, you're performing Salaam, and the mom starts off by saying he starts reciting, he doesn't see that it all goes into Allah.
You listening, but when the mom in your brain behind him, and he says, How many? Doesn't that catch your attention a little bit more, it's a little more like it catches your attention, it grabs your attention immediately captivates the listener. And that's the exact purpose of it. It's like an announcement. Everybody listen up.
And so this is part of that miracle of the Quran. And the fact that we don't know what it means humbles a person. Because there might be somebody amongst us who's an expert of Arabic scholar of the Quran.
But no matter how knowledgeable, somebody becomes about the Quran, will they ever know what YesI means? and examine what it means nobody will ever know. So it humbles the person in humble scholar. All right, and so this is the purpose behind some of these letters. Another interesting observation about all the swords that began with these disjointed letters. The The next is the next part of that sutra, talks about the Quran. And oftentimes there's an oath involved as well. And it talks about the Quran. I mean, that he can Kedah know in that book, there is no doubt that it
will go on him he saw what could
have been one key Java movie,
You see this, that word kids out of the workforce on is occurring in the same eye over the very next, wherever these letters appear. So it's in fact telling you that the whole point of these letters is to call your attention to the problem. So your scene is no different. Yeah, scene. Wonderful, and it talks about.
Now, let's go ahead and understand sort of the framework of the scene and what we can expect from this world. As I told you, this was going to focus on those three main themes of the mind and faith and belief, this sutra is also going to focus on it's a very deep philosophical school, it's going to focus on a lot of very fundamental basic ideas and philosophies of human life, and what our purpose in our life is, what what's the reason for our existence is one to focus on these things, is going to focus heavily on gratefulness. And what gratefulness requires of a person. Number one, why should we be grateful? How we should be grateful and once we become grateful now what's required of
us what does that mean we have to do if we are being grateful to a lot and so the first part of this RDA is actually going to is a constellation to the prophets a lot so that you are a true messenger and what you are doing is correct. And don't pay attention to these people who are your detractors who slander you who curse you will abuse you, they lie against you don't pay attention to these people. The second part is not to give a lesson to array which is going to talk about another town that messengers into as well, but they rejected their message.
Just like bridge was rejecting Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. But what ended up happening with those people, so it's going to kind of serve as a reminder to the operation, and the detractors of the prophets, a lot of these. The third thing that the surah the third passage is going to talk to us about the beauty of us, cremation, how we can look at the sun than this, the moon in the skies, and the oceans and the trees, and we can look at the sky and the earth, we can look all around us, and appreciate the fact that a law is our Creator sustainer. And how magnificent Allah is, because his creation is so magnificent. The fourth, the first passage of the surah, rather, or the fourth
passage of the surah, is going to talk about when the message is delivered, when non Muslims are the people who refuse to believe, when they are showing the signs of greatness and his magnificence. In his creation, they're showing these things, and they're told to believe in Allah,
when they start to refuse and reject what ends up happening with them at that time, the fifth passage of the sutras, I'm going to talk to us about the life of the Hereafter, what's going to happen on the Day of Judgment with these two groups of people, the group that believed, and the group that this believes, what will happen with them on the Day of Judgment. And then finally, towards the end of this will allow us to issue a warning to people who have intelligence, faculties, the ability to hear and see, they have money and assets and resources and talent. They are fully functional human beings, but they refuse to believe in the law, they refuse to use their
intelligence and their abilities, to see, to understand the oneness of Allah to believe in the law. They refuse to do it allows me to send one last reminder morning to and then finally, the end of this webinar concludes with the same theme with which the surah opened, and that is going to focus on letting the profits along. So once again, no, listen, you have a job to do you have a task, deliver your message, these people who don't want to believe they will not believe you are there to focus on the people who are willing to listen and willing to learn and willing to understand and those who don't leave them to Allah, because the last comment and I will deal with them how he sees
fit. So this is the full context or the construct of silliness. So let's go back to the beginning of the school and understand the first three I have to study. We'll keep it brief, because the introduction has been a bit lengthy. Yes, and we talked about we don't know what that means. That's in the knowledge of a lot, but it grabs our attention. It's a part of the miracle of the Quran, the beauty of the yacine Welcome, we're Iraqi, this isn't the well you see here normally while means what everybody while means F. Here, it means an oath. What are Anakin means by the wise
by the time that is full of wisdom, the colors swearing by the
Now the word for on itself is very interesting. This is the given name of the book of Allah We call it the Quran. But in its roots, it comes from the root of the word which means to read something, to read something, and the word on
it ends with that sound at the end of it, that alludes to abundance. That pattern, when you put a word on to that pattern involves the meaning of abundance. So for our means that which is read in abundance, that which is rare in abundance. And it's not a coincidence to have a lot that a lot begins by saying well,
because surrogacy is one of the most frequently recited parts of the Quran. So welcome and in hacking.
The word hacking can have two possible meanings. We know that it means wise wisdom comes from hikma comes from wisdom. And it means somebody who's full of wisdom,
full of wisdom, all wise as we say. But it can have a second meaning as well. It can also come from the root of the word folk, which means authoritative authority, something with authority. And so the word happy could mean decisive or authoritative. It tells you what to do. it governs your life. It's decisive in delivering a message to you. So which one does it actually mean? That's what the question comes down to which one is it? Is it wise, or authority, wisdom or authority? which one does it mean? The reality of the matter It means
this is part of the beauty of the product. This is part of that beauty of the that the one word in the Quran can have multiple meanings. That's the depth, the richness of the language of the Quran. And this is actually the principle of Quranic eloquence that's called orphan mana for unlimited
How one word or one phrase in the Quran can have multiple meanings or multiple understandings. This just creates depth to the meaning of the Quran. So the Quran is both authoritative. It tells you what to do, it's decisive and it's also very, very wise. Now, if we pinpoint the meaning of wisdom wise because that's how most people understand it, that delivers a very profound message to us. You know, the Quran is miraculous for many, many reasons. The Quran is a miracle because you know, it has the scientific miracles in the Quran is a miracle because it gives us prophecies tells us what will happen in the future. The Quran is a miracle because of its language, beautiful language,
eloquent language, unmatched, unparalleled benevolence, but the Quran is also a miracle and probably the most prominent miracle of the Quran is its wisdom. Its depth, its understanding, its profundity. Its message, how profound its messages, how it's got wisdom. It tells you how to live your life, exactly what to do in life, what you need in order to live a successful, meaningful life. The Quran has an edge
if somebody is willing to believe that Brian is a guidance of all types from all angles and all situations, once you find an artistic cure, for whatever problem humanity has individual families, social communal, worldwide, from
the Quran is such so deep in its wisdom, once again. The next day Allah says he swore by the Weisbrod or the authority authoritative for up in the next day. Why isn't my swearing in Nicholas Nicholson he's swearing by the for all that. In Netherland University, whenever you find the letter gaff that means you and whenever there is a singular second person address in the forum, a lesson you in the forum in the singular form, that is, that is referring to the profits.
He's speaking to Muhammad Sallallahu. So Allah says in Mecca in the in the Arabic languages for emphasis, to remove doubt, Lee's Allah Tisha Allah saying there should remain no doubt, no doubt should remain about the fact that you will have
let me know
the love years for further emphasis. That was definitely you are most definitely from a loosening the word min means from and mostly comes from the root of the word insert.
Insert Mohsen is somebody who has been sent in service send somebody from a higher authority, or someone comes from this as well. But as soon as somebody who brings a message from a higher authority, and so the messengers are called the receiver because they bring the message from the ultimate authority Allah. So Mossad is somebody who has been sent by the higher authority, I want you to focus on the word. So if somebody is a wrestler in one cell, it doesn't just mean that he's a messenger. It's connecting and back to a motherboard itself, doesn't it? Because the word means that he has been sent by a higher authority, and the ultimate authority is a law. So when you say, assume
you're automatically connecting this person who you're calling back to the word, the word has that meaning built into it, most of the time is all those people, people who have been sent from the higher authority. So unless telling the profits a little louder, there should remain no doubt about the fact that you belong to the group of people who have been sent from the ultimate authority and lost power. With a message, mousseline. So there's a couple of things that need to be understood here. First of all, of us war by the Quran, that Mohammed Salah polysome is a messenger of a
very interesting, less creating the connection here. He swears by the Quran, that Muhammad was a messenger of Allah, because this is another part of the wisdom of the Parana lost power, is timeless, profound wisdom knew this situation would arise for people
where people would be comfortable accepting the Quran, but would still have a problem with the Messenger of Allah.
I don't know.
So Allah says, swearing by the Quran that you are the messenger.
Meaning these two things are interconnected. If you're accepting the Quran, how could you not accept him as the Messenger of Allah, these two things are connected. That's the customer left the job of a person. That's the oath and that's the reason for taking the oath. So it's a very profound relationship grammatically speaking. The next thing is the profits of law law does not say in
naka llamosa Allah says in the Quran level now most of you are from those people. So once again, it's a consolation to the prophets a lot. So you're not the first person to ever be communicated to by Allah. You're not the first person to be sent with a message from a law. You're not the first person to have to deliver the message to people from above. You're not the first person to be rejected by his people for bringing a message from a law. There were many that came before you from other we Rahim no hazeh huzzah, all these messengers are able to set up the game before you they went through what you are going through right now. So you actually belong to a fraternity, a
brotherhood of messengers, constellation. You know, when you know that you're not by yourself. It's a sense of a constellation. It makes dealing with things a little bit easier. Somebody else I have some brothers.
There are other people with being the struggle. Somebody else has gone through this before. It's a sense of an emotional consolation. So different goofer was not as emotionally consoling the prophets a lot isn't that NACA is tough. The times in MK are really tough. We know you're going through a lot. But guess what you're not on your own. First of all, you're connected to a lot. Secondly, there's other there's been others before you have brothers who have been through this already. So no, you're not on your own you're not by yourself. The next thing is an asset optimal stuff, he will end with this ayah
I that means upon on top of slid off means path. Now the word tsunami each path but there's another word in Arabic that also interact with them. So word Sabine.
The difference between so often to be the word Seok has no plural. The word Sabine has a plural suit. So when Allah talks about guidance, Mr. Dean uses the word sweetheart. Because there's only one guidance. There's only one a month, there's only one beam. But when the law talks about spending and charity uses the word feed, Sabina because there's multiple ways expenditure, if you give it to the masjid, give it to orphans, give it to the flood victims give it to whatever you want. So when charities have been guidance, Dean hedaya, Mr. Silva, because there's no two ways, one way. So Allah says upon, meaning you have been sent to call people to deliver the message to people and bring them
upon this slop. The path which is Mr. Green, Mr. Pink means upright, straight, comes from the root of the word which means to make something stand, because when I'm sitting down right now I'm crooked, my body is crooked, it's at an angle. But when I stand up, the body is straight. So Muslim thing means very, very straight, straightforward, direct, upright, all these meanings are built into the word. And that's why it's such a beautiful word, it is the quickest shortest path to the pleasurable most
direct path is always the quickest path right? straight line. Straight line is the shortest route between two points. It is the shortest path to the pleasurable. Secondly, it's upright. It's normal. Dean has mobility, there's nothing. There's nothing that's humiliating, or nothing that is disgusting, or nothing. That is
nothing that is unworthy, that is included into steam, the steam is very upright, it's very beautiful. It's a very normal way of living life. So upright, normal, straight on, so nothing's stopping. Now, a couple of things I want to point down here and then we'll conclude the word of Allah. You know, it's a very beautiful preposition hydrogen, it means a top on top of upon. So there's imagery built into the square the tank on top of the straight path upon the straight path. It's like you'll climb on top of the straight path. It's kind of like the scholars explained, the imagery here is like getting on a train.
Once you get onto the train, you get onto the track. What do you have to do after that? Do you have to run do you have to do anything? When you board the train, then you just sit back in the train takes us away. That's what a lot of subpoenas, right. That's what it's like, once you get onto some of them or something, then you're there for the ride. It's a smooth, easy ride that doesn't require a lot of work from you just get on.
You got to stand in line, you got to buy a ticket, you got to get back in line and you got to work the train. That's all you got to do. And if you can deal with that much trouble. Rest of the ways we'll call smooth sailing. So often stuffing is no different. You got to put in a little bit of effort.
But if we can put in a little bit of effort and get on to surplus
The second thing is Alas, it all must be made.
This isn't it's common form nekkid or common form other places in US
stopping a car, animal stopping that's in its proper form. Here, it's in its common form, then, Mr. themin. Why is it in its common form? What benefit what can we learn from that?
When you put something into its common form, it creates versatility, diversity in the meaning of it. So it's, it's a multiple layered understanding again, it's telling the profits along the center,
you are inviting to a straight path.
The Quran is laying out a straight path of law is calling people to a straight path. Believing in the law is a part of the straight path. The Koran brings you to that straight path, the prophets allow the setup is invited to the trip. So ingredients diversity, a lot of the profits a lot so they are all inviting us calling us bringing us to straight back. So it creates this diversity. This broad meaning when you put it into its common form, analysis it often
so we covered so far today was yacine work or Anakin in saline you most definitely are from those who have been sent by a law to call people to what allows a lot of things to be upon the straight path and shallow when we reconvene tomorrow, we'll continue on from here and this will be the Tony show. There won't be an introduction tomorrow. So you can expect it to be about 1015 minutes shorter, but we'll cover three for every day and inshallah when we finish finish