Tafseer Of Surah Yaseen Ayah 45 47

Abdul Nasir Jangda

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mean, to be him

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to be him even

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more ideally, well enough to email

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who log on and levena

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let me know. So that's what Sam was saying that mousseline

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from Antonio.

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inshallah, today we're going to be setting is number 4546. And 47, we're going to be three is today. Previously in the last session, we read the third part of this Middle Passage of the sutra where three times the last kind of analysis where I had to level what I had to learn to learn, and a huge, miraculous, unavoidable immutable sign for them. And I love first talked about the earth, you talked about the sky and the night and the day. And then thirdly, he talked about how the ocean and how people move about this earth and use transportation now was kind of a tele As a conclusion, this is going to kind of wrap up this Middle Passage. And remember, I talked about how I explained how the

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first part of the pseudo the first major part of the sutra focused on rusada Prophethood. The second this middle part of the sooner that we are reaching the end of the conclusion of is focusing on tohave, oneness of God, the concept of believing in Allah. And the third and the final part of the suta inshallah, which will start, probably the day after, is going to focus on the life of the Hereafter, and the fact that there is a life after death. So this is starting the conclusion, it's going to take us two days, we'll do is number 4546 and 47 today, and then we'll do 4849 and 50, tomorrow, and that will conclude the middle part of the sutra which talks about docread, and the

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concept of believing in Allah. So Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now, as a conclusion, he says, without thinking,

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that these people that they have signs all around them, and the signs are being pointed out to them, and they're being taught to reflect on their own condition based on the science and to the obedience of Allah, that they that they can observe within all the creation of Allah, and then sit there and think for a moment reflect for a second, why they are so disobedient to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And, and they're being told to reflect and there's literally everything around them is a sign pointing them to the oneness of a lot in the power and the magnificence and the greatness of a lost power. Tada. So here are lost power, tell us what you got a boo, my being a vehicle under control

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hammer, that when it is said to them, either

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when it is set to them. So now this is a very This is kind of an interesting phrase that we see throughout the Quran. It doesn't say what do you call it?

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When the messenger said, What do you call it? When the answer to that

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when it is sent to them? This is called passive, that active or passive mage Who? And one of the benefits of something being passive in this matter is that it does not pinpoint. It does not elaborate as to who is the doer? Who's the one saying it? So what's the point? What's the purpose this serves two benefits, when you say it was sent to them, not who said it to them, but it was sent to them. This is two things. Number one, it lays the emphasis, it makes the focal point of that address, and that I and that discussion, the one who is being addressed, not the one who is addressing

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because these people are the issue here, they're the problem here, the attention is being brought to that and they're even being made to reflect on themselves. They're being told to take a long hard look in the mirror to take a look inside for a moment, what their situation is what their conditions. So it's great. It's bringing all the focus to that because if it says right

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now that can divert some of the focus Okay, the law or the messenger number.

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We know nothing else needs to be looked at here, these people need to think about what they're doing. So it creates focus. That's the first benefit. The second benefit of saying it in this manner is it creates variety. It creates versatility in the meaning or the interpretation of it, when it was sent to them,

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who said it will more than one place, they were told time and time again, from all different angles in different different ways by different people. Allah said to them, the divine scripture, the Koran, or whatever divine scripture, there was at that time, also was addressing them, advising them, the messenger was tirelessly advising them preaching to them teaching them, I mean, everyone was telling the other believer these Java gentlemen, apostle Medina, Jesus, or even a man who came from the outskirts of the city, for this part of town, even that man was telling them, so the messengers are telling them Allah is telling them, the book is telling them, the other believers are

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telling them everyone is telling them, it was sent to them, from multiple angles, from multiple places from multiple people, either.

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This comes from the word who have the power doesn't just mean fear. It means be aware, be conscious,

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protect yourself, guard yourself, take precautions, take precautions against what be conscious of what Be careful about what by being a vehicle, that which is in front of you are

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that which is behind you.

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So what's meant by protect yourself or be careful about that which is in front of you, and that which is behind you. So there's multiple ways to understand this.

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The first one is what's in front of you is the actions. Or rather, excuse me, what's what's in front of you is the result of your actions, the consequences of your actions, what's behind you is the actions that you've already done. Because when you've done something, you move on from there, right, you've moved forward, you've moved on, so your actions are behind you, but the result of those actions are still like out of you. And then that way, going swimming to dunia the author, by being a legal means the author, because the next passage is about to talk about as well as the what the author

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was behind you is the dunya. And what was the first passage of the sutra talking about these people rejecting the messengers in the process. So somehow Allah, you see how even within the surah it makes sense, what's in front of you is the life of the hereafter. What's behind you, is the action that you've done in the life of this world. And that was a rejecting of the messengers and the oppressing of the messengers, and even killing the people who dare speak out on behalf of in support of these messengers, by being a vehicle.

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Another way to understand this is by being at home is what's about to happen with you, your own condition, your own situation, you look in the mirror,

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what's behind you, what happened with the people before you take a look for a second, especially in this is talking to the Quraysh. The Quraysh, were given this message one thing, look at I'll look at some rude. These were nations that were from the Arabs, and their location was known. Within ages, the Arabs are the new were these people, these nations had existed where they lived. And they knew what transcribing them. So take a look back in your history, what happened to the people that came before you. And then take a look forward, look in the mirror and see where you want to end up. And where you are going, are you going right along the path to those people who are trapped,

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or you have an opportunity to make something more of us. And then yet there's another way to understand this, there's another layer to this phrase might be named equinox, and we find it in sauna to sever it number nine. And this is kind of a collection of surahs that have a lot of cohesion. There's a lot of coherence between these sort of sort of two, seven sorts of thoughts that are to suit us that have very similar themes and are like a continuation of each other. They build on each other. And they both start with the phrase Alhamdulillah. And then you have 70 as seen in the middle. But then after somebody has seen you have sought to solve problems to solve. So to

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soften and soothe and solve. And those two sources also very similar to each other, and their themes kind of build on each other. They're talking about a lot of the messengers who came in the past, so you kind of have to surace which servers were founded, then you have sort of soft thoughts on Assad. And in the middle you have sort of a scene which kind of stands alone is kind of like the centerpiece of this collection of sunos. So sort of to summer, there's a lot of continuation and there's a lot of cohesion here. So sort of to sever it number nine Alice power teller says

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that has been achieved. Marina edema confirm what is in front of them, what is behind them, what's before them, what's behind them. Mina

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from the sky and the earth, what does that mean? This is talking about the punishment of Allah

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insha. Allah says, if we would have will, nuts if we will have, we could have made the earth swallow these people, almost the data you can say from Minnesota, or we can literally make the sky fall down under

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the sky will come rainy down on their heads in the Vatican II, in that most definitely is a powerful reminder aside, because the money for every slave was truly turned his heart to

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somebody who has an open mind and an open heart, you'll find the sign of the lost power tenant is so one interpretation of my baby mama

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is the punishment of a law because the punishment of a law could come from the sky, mean fold legal woman, Daddy, or it could come from above you, it could come from beneath your feet, it could come in front of you from behind you from the right of you, from the left of you now later. punishment of Allah could come at any moment at any time from anywhere. So be conscious, be aware, live a life that protects you from the punishment, which is coming to the obedience of Allah grasp this concept of being a slave of Allah.

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So either way, all of these are possible meanings of this phrase within this ayah. And I want to address because we've come across quite a few situations where I say, this could mean this or this could mean that, you know, somebody could say, Well, which one is it?

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Does it mean this? Or does it mean that or which one is a stronger opinion? Well, here's the thing, we're usually kind of fascinated by this infatuated with this concept of what's the better opinion, what's a stronger opinion, but the product is not so simple. We're simple like that. Simple like that. But it's very profound. It's very deep. It's very sophisticated. It's a collection of a lot. So there's a concept of puranic eloquence called mana Island getting that the meaning of the Quran is very broad. And so to allow the meaning of the forum to be broad, and to not narrow down the meaning of the forum. So sometimes what I will have multiple meanings, multiple applications,

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multiple interpretations, and there's no harm in that.

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You know, when somebody says like a double entendre, somebody says something that could mean this, or it could mean that

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somebody says something that could be understood like this, or understood like that. And if we think we're smart enough to speak in that way, this is a lost power dialer, speaking, the second hour, so when the lost power dialer speaks, has many, many, many layers to it, just keep peeling one layer off, and there's another layer underneath it, and you keep going. And for 1400 years, people have been discussing for our writing about the Quran, talking about the Quran, studying the Quran, reading it, lecturing about it. And people will continue to long after we're gone, continued to study the book of Allah subhanaw taala, and continue to find new meanings in it. It's an endless

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ocean. It's an endless ocean, nobody will ever be able to concretely, completely say that's it, that we've completed the study of the crown that's in a pod, that's, that's impossible.

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So it

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must be can't be conscious, be aware, be careful about that, which is in front of you, and that which is behind you, and I explained the possible meanings of that, why lie to him, so that you may have so that you may receive mercy.

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And now why I should correct myself now I like them to lie in direct language is often translated as so that, but it actually doesn't mean so that it what it actually means is maybe, hopefully possible, that if you live a life of consciousness, there's a good possibility, hopefully, maybe you're able to receive mercy. And it's putting the past present or the future tense, that one day you will receive the mercy of a boss.

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It's kind of placing that incentive.

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It's giving you an incentive, saying, look, there's the mercy of a boss. And that's what we all want. That's what we're all striving for, as the only thing that's going to protect us as the only thing that's going to be any good. You know, the famous Hadith of the Prophet Elijah, where he says, each and every single nobody will enter agenda because of their deeds. Everybody will enter agenda because of the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala, or even your messenger of Allah Subhan Allah.

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The profits of the subsidiary

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will only enter Jenna by the mercy of the grace, the benevolence of My Lord and my master. So this is the mercy of Allah, we're all striving for less pleasing, and they're saying start living a life of consciousness. Start being aware, be be be conscious of the choices that you are making. Be cautious and careful

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and start living a life based on this. Careful this caution and scare and then you may be hopefully

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Possibly one day in the future, you will be worried that you will qualify for the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Like Allah subhanaw taala says in certain bizarre incidents, bunnies, Ravi asanko comio Hanako. It is very, very close, it is very, very near, it's a very strong possibility that your Lord that your master will have mercy upon you were in the

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order that if Allah says to handle it says, If you return back, then we will also return back. You know, when like, there are two parties that are kind of strange to people that have a strained relationship, that kind of you say there's some distance between them with one person comes back to the table. When does the other person do? They also turn around and come back to the table and sit down? A lie saying you come back? You're the one who disobeyed. Allah subhanaw taala says, I gave you everything. I blessed you with everything. I feed you, I protect you, I sustain you, I maintain you. I give you everything.

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But you still disobeyed.

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We still disobey Allah.

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So Allah, if you come back matobo fix your ways. Start just try make an effort. Just turn around. Don't even do anything great. Just turn around. And then you'll see the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala rushing to us. And so how will I think about it, despite us living the type of lives that we live with the disobedience of a law right now? everything he's already given us. And then he's saying that if we turn back, we start living a obedient life, he will turn back to us with this even more abundant mercy. Just imagine what's in store for us. If we're just willing to make a small change in our life,

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that Allah subhanaw taala says about these people, and I am number 46 or mad at him and I let him in, I interrupt him and no sign. I have that same sign we've been talking about a miraculous and amazing powerful sign. No amazing, powerful sign mean it won't be him from the great powerful signs of their Lord and their master. It does not come to them. Meaning it never comes to them except Illa. Can

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they end up willingly, intentionally turning away from

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the completely just turned away from it? They want nothing to do with it. This is apathy, arrogance, stubbornness.

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I don't want nothing to do with it.

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And the last part of the way he says is whenever whenever a sign comes from Allah subhanaw taala. From the many, many signs of oma, what does that tell you? First of all, it tells you that Allah continues to send His Signs he sends out there are reminders in people's lives. There are incidents and occasions within people's lives, there are moments of reflection in people's lives.

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In Lackawanna Remember, these type of people, they intentionally or obviously very intentionally, willingly turn away from something I just don't want to part of it. They just completely turn away from it.

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And in Ireland for 30 are lost power Tada. In the first passage that we read at the conclusion of the first passage, a las panatela said yeah, how about that? How sad and hopeless is the situation of the slaves? My team member assuming in law can be essential. Whenever a messenger came to them with did they respond and react with mocking him, mocking them and cheering them and making fun of them, ridiculing them humiliating them, because the first passage was talking about the messengers. So it ended by talking about what is their course of action? What is their standard operating procedure when it comes to messengers that they mocked them, they ridiculed them, humiliate them in

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public? Now, this Middle Passage is talking about a lot of aid. So a lot of talks about the eye on the signs that pointers to a loss. Like we've been talking about this whole passage. And here lies the conclusion. He also says, whenever the signs of a lie come to them, they respond their standard operating procedures, what

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they just choose not to notice, they choose not to pay attention. And that's a deliberate choice on their part.

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Now, here, we're starting to see something about the character of these people,

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the signs of a law around them, but how are they responding?

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arrogance, stubbornness, and then this next I have this last item that we're going to say number 47, last month is going to refute illustrata is going to talk about how arrogant and how sarcastic and how stubborn they really have become. Where they're literally mocking engineering, and they are just making fun of this message that has been given to them.

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And there's a very profound point here. You

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See such bad character from these people? Such bad conduct from these people, even when they were refuting the messengers? They weren't they

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brought out this bad luck to us. You're horrible people learn not to wonder

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whether you must send my caminada will torture you very painfully. You see such bad character, they ended up killing an innocent man, why you would just speak on behalf of the truth. And this teaches us a very profound point, that faith in my belief brings about morality.

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Faith brings morality, this is a very, very profound connection. This is something that teaches us in very interesting ways. There's, there's kind of a there's, there's this issue, this agenda, this idea that's being pushed today, that faith has nothing to do with morality. morality is an independent entity that's different than faith. And that's why whenever people who have the facade of religion, whether it be terrorist, or whatever else, when people have a facade of religion, but no true religion, belief, image, spec, faith, spirituality, and they do horrible things, they do horrendous things, they harm and endanger people. That's why this is so highlighted, and it's, it's

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it's sensationalized, and it's delivered to each and every single person with through the media is because this idea is being pushed down. Look, these people, religious people, look how bad they are.

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So faith has nothing to do with morality, this issue is being pushed, but this is the complete opposite. When we look throughout the Quran, Allah constantly makes a connection, how the mind and faith God consciousness leads to the ultimate morality. You have no moral compass unless you are connected to a loss of power.

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Unless you have the power, and you have the life of the messenger in front of you, what is your moral compass? Where would you base your morality on? Otherwise, it's constantly in flux. It's constantly changing. And the Quran is very powerful discourses. So lots and lots of ways of using, it's talking about people who are corrupting their business dealings, and

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so forth. When they're measuring something that's in their benefit.

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You're still properly measuring what

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you've seen on.

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But when they measured something, that's the benefit of the customer. What did they do? They cheated a little bit.

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Allah says, Don't these people realize don't they understand that they will be brought back to life, they'll be resurrected. Lee Amen. For that great day, you may have fallen naturally, Allah, Allah, the day on which all of humanity will have to stand before last time and be accountable. It's connecting their bad business with that in mind, that look, they don't have the money, they don't realize that the answer to Allah, that's why they're acting in this way.

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So to my own talks about the same thing

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you can do between the one that rejects and refuses the idea of believing in religion, the dean

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what's what is the predicament of that person? What's the condition of that person? Or eternity you can redeem for that you can

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forget about feeding people or for radical idea. Here badness, the orphan. What are you missing? Forget about feeding poor people. That person doesn't ever even encourage, motivate, tell anybody else to be poor people. Not only does he not feed poor people, not only does he abandoned orphans, but even tells other people this is all a waste of time. What are you wasting your time? Have

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you ever been around those people, when somebody else is doing something good rather than support the good that they're doing? Even if they can literally say Good work, Mashallah. Really good job,

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rather than a

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shady business? I don't know what they're into. I don't know what they're doing about this. I heard of this. I've heard that. Really, you heard this, and you heard that. So you don't want to help anybody. But you also want to shoot down anybody. Hate on somebody else who is trying to do a lot of talks about that this is that this is a condition that comes about as a result of a lack of mana lack of faith. So this is very, very important to realize is that the mind, faith belief, it brings about the ultimate morality, the ultimate good conduct and the good character.

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Otherwise, there is no morality without this. There's a beautiful story. No, it's getting long. But there's a beautiful story that even Kathy

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mentioned in his book.

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When talking about this point, he talks about how like true order in society can only come about as a result of human. Otherwise, he said you can set up all the laws that you want. You can have the best police force in the world, but it still won't bring about complete order.

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Corruption will always be there. There's only one true cure for all of this. And that is the man in the hearts of mankind in the hearts of

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And he talks about the story about this one man from Medusa. He who was in need of some money, he needed to borrow money. So he went to this one other person that you knew was a little well to do. He had some money to spare. And I told him that I need to take a loan from you. He said, Okay, let me go and get somebody as a witness.

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Let me get somebody early said who can vouch for you who can speak on your behalf?

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Matthew Akina Allah has enough of a working Where do I need somebody else to speak on my behalf is there just said okay, you said the name of Allah you don't argue against that fine.

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So let's at least get a witness writing down something said confabulation hidden away as a witness. Isn't that enough?

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She said, Okay, fine. But

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here's, here's your money. He said, Okay, I'll return the money back to you. They had a river that was between their their homes, to be to work, the places where they lived, there was a river, there was a stream. So he said that we'll meet you at the river. I'll cross over the river onto your site, on this day, at this time, and I'll return your money back. He said, Okay, I'll see you then.

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So whatever time that he had a lot in a month, or whatever had passed, so he goes out, to go deliver the money back to to pay this person back. When he gets to the river, it's been raining. So the rivers overflowing overflowing. It's been some flooding going on. So the people who normally run the ferries across the river are not there. So he's standing there at the side of the river with his river flowing, no ferries, no way to get across and sing them with the money in his hand. And he's frustrated. He says, I gave this man my word. I told him, I would pay him back.

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So he stands there, sensor waits and waits and waits. And there's no solution, obviously. So you get frustrated, too. He grabs like a law like a piece of wood, takes like a knife carves out like a little hole in it, puts his money inside of there writes a little note saying this is if this reaches you, then this is the money that I promised to pay you back, puts his note inside of there, plugs the hole back up with a piece of wood and makes lots and lots of light, you make this region and he throws a lot into the river. Just out of frustration, I gotta do something I feel, I feel like I'll be cheating. If I go back home, I will be able to sleep at night. So he throws a lot into

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the river. And he goes back.

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Now on the other side of the river, that man is also standing there waiting, okay, this guy said I was supposed to meet him, you pay me back. And he said, You're waiting and he sees the conditioning goes, I don't think this guy is going to be able to get across. He waits for some time. So just in case if he gets across somehow, some way, some time goes by he decides to go back home. But before he goes home, he wants to pick up some wood. So pick up some wood before he goes home. So he sees this law floating out into the water. So he grabs this log takes him home with him. Now when he takes it home with him and he starts chopping the lawn, chopping the wood, it cracks open and Nelson

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there is the money that he was owed. And there's a note from the guy saying if this reaches you, this is the money.

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Okay, fantastic.

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But that other guy, he's sitting at home, can't sleep at night, because what I did is not paying him back. I need to pay him back the way he lent me the money head to head face to face. So he waits a day or two until the water kind of subsides and things are back to normal. And then he gets some more money another equal amount of money that he owes a person and he does get across the river and obstacle course now are they going? What are you doing here? I came to pay you back.

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Know I was supposed to come pay you that he's talking. He's saying I came to I was supposed to come that day and pay you back but I wasn't able to make it the river was overflowing this and this. So I came here to pay you back.

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Now imagine being in the other guy shoes. sitting there thinking I already got my money out of the law. But this guy's here to pay me back again.

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Mashallah,

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yeah, party time, right. And, but this man, just like that person's eemaan would not let him sit at home. There were no witnesses. There was no contract. There were no, there were no nobody vouching on his behalf. Nothing. He could have just gone home and just forgotten about it. Well, the guy should have

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been, but he's the man said no, no, that's dishonest. I gotta go to his door.

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But this guy is the man has just kind of say.

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He tells you because No brother. That's your money. I've already got the money. What do you mean you got the money out? You. You put it in the law, right? He goes, Yeah. Did you deliver that log to me?

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I brought it home cracked open the log in. The money came out. I got my money. You keep your money handed. Even Kathy narrates his story. And he says this is the mark. There was no police force. There was no contract. There was no small claims court. There was no

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notarized notary public and there's nothing

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but this is the man. This is what he does. And this is what I was teaching years here, but the man equals the ultimate morality. Finally an EIN number 747. The last one Rotella says without the level. And when it is said to the same construction, we need to send to them and

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spend from that which Allah has provided you. First of all, we're gonna spend that which Allah has provided you has he has given you, this isn't your own money, I'm not giving it to you. He's now asking that everything that is given to you to spend a little bit of

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he gave it to you to say spend a little bit of a keep most of it for yourself. Use it. Just a little bit of it give back just to show your devotion, dedication, ring ministry like ours that got two and a half percent of our savings, not the money we make our income tax, two and a half percent of our savings. Such a small percentage of what everything was given us, just a gesture to show our devotion, our dedication, and fuel to Morocco. Call America when I look at these people respond. These people who are ungrateful and disbelief, Linda Nina Avenue, they say to the people who have believed, who are telling them spend another angle, should we feed man, the one who lotia Allah

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Allah, if Allah wills, He would have already fed them.

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Look, you're telling me to give a charity, this is poor people, there's orphans, there's widows, there's people in suffering, there's people going through a natural disaster. So you're telling me to spend my money, give a little bit back and helping those poor, needy people in that difficult situation? Well, think about this for a second. Now this is where that you know over rationalizing as a form of marking

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to to mock the command of D. This is where it comes into play. Now, if you think about it, you're telling me to feed somebody, if a mother wanted that person to have something to eat, if Allah didn't want that person to hungry would never allow an event. And

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we hear a lot of this type of talk today, right? Now, this is a very profound point from $1 perspective today for us. We get confused when people make these types of arguments, we can continue to get perplexed.

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I get I get requests all the time.

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You need to talk about these type of issues. You need to answer these questions, these objections, these philosophical objections that people are bringing up

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to we have to dispel people's confusion. But sometimes some people are just saying things for the sake of saying that. There's no sincere intention behind them. They're actually confused. There comes a point in time where a person has to open his mind, open his heart, and that person just has to realize the truth. Some people are just trying to make trouble. They have no interest in discovering the truth. They said, Why? Look at this, what kind of a messenger is this? We read the ayah excuse me read the eye out today. And so

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what kind of a messenger is this young fella swap? He eats food and he walks around the marketplaces. He does business with messengers. Why don't I send out an angel? But if I send out an angel, Allah says they still wouldn't believe. Because he said, Oh, you don't know what we're going through. You have nothing to do with us. You don't know our situation? Why should I listen to you have nothing in common with me? So the messenger is to human, the animal is not human enough.

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There's always the problem complaining for the sake of complaining. So they're saying, should we feed somebody that a farmer wanted to he would offend him himself? Think about it for a second.

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In

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in until 11, there's two ways that this can be understood. What it means is, you are in nothing but

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in until you are nothing but field while it can be in very, very clear, open misguidance you're totally lost. And the word Allah uses is feeling like you're completely drowning in your misguidance you're completely drowning in this in your delusions, you're completely lost completely astray. You've completely lost your way. So even this is the same kuffar saying into the believers. You want me to spend my money?

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You want me to spend my money? If I wanted to feed these people only himself, you're telling me to feed them? You don't make sense. You don't know what you're talking about. You need to figure things out. Or this is a retort. This is an answer to them from the last panel with Allah when they say something as foolish, and as as simple minded, and as arrogant and stubborn and disruptive.

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back for another

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hour, should we feed the one farmer wanting to defend him? Allah says that the enemy love you people are completely drowning in your delusions, and in your crazy ideas, and you're completely lost and completely astray. So this is where it's a very powerful lesson for us in Tao as well, people will make very, very confounding very confusing, philosophical type arguments. What about this? How do you answer that? Have you ever thought about this? At that point in time? What's the course of action? Number one, we ourselves should not have a second a moment of lapse or doubt in our EMA never, never, never read that this is the benefit of reading the Quran. See the answers in the Quran

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right here. We're not the first person today to say, oh, we're dealing with a lot of issues today. Today, there are philosophical objections to Islam like there have never been before. No, that's not true.

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The same ridiculous arguments have existed from the beginning of time, from the beginning of Tao of since messengers were sent on this earth amongst people look at these allies saying that all these Muhammad's a lot. He said, I'm dealing with this, but he's telling the prophets, the messengers before you, in sort of, they all dealt with this as well.

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This has happened before. So realize this is not a new phenomenon of our time. It's not some new predicament that we're dealing with. This is always happening now, so never have a moment of doubt. Know, what you believe in is in the truth is the truth. Never let them lead you to them. But you can only be that strong internally, if you've read the study, because then you have the answer in front of you. Now, when somebody says something foolish like this to you,

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the first thing that pops into your head. So Jessie, I've already read this. If this is the guy who needs to do some reading, the Koran exposes this guy.

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So that's the first thing. The second thing, what's the counter? Because there's got to be a counter. The counter is exactly what this tool is. Do.

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You talk to them? About the oneness of Allah? And when they make these types of objections about believing in the next passage of the sources, what wonderful face to face?

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as death either be him and

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then you tell them listen, the life of the hereafter? make them think about it. Are you going to live in this world forever? Are you sure that you confident and leaving this world the way you You are right now and the condition you're at, you're really confident that you're okay.

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You're willing to put all your chips on the table, you're willing to sacrifice to de risk everything.

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On this notion that you have that there is no ally, I don't need to believe in him. I don't need to obey Him. And you're okay with going into the afterlife and destroyed. Think about it. It's not about me, it's about you. It's your life, your aka your well being for all of eternity that's at stake has nothing to do with me. Think about this for a second, before you carry on this line of discussion.

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Why don't you go home and you sleep on it for lunch, each one and

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that type of a real reflection. That is a proper response. And then if the person still wants to persist with this, then remember there. There's been a fair amount before.

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There's been a number of before there's been a hammer, there has been in Abuja, these people have existed. And awareness messengers, a lot of them have informed them about us for a reason that there will be some people that just aren't interested in the truth.

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Then

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Allah gives us a very powerful conclusion to this issue and sort of forcing that he says, tell them say

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this

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guidance in Islam, we live in a heaven for the ones who are willing to believe for them it is who that question. for them. It is guidance and a solution to their problems. Well, let me know. But the people who are just not interested in believing, I don't want to believe they're not asking these questions. You're not making these objections to believe that it's confrontational. It's arrogance. Allah says like a fee add on him walk

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in their ears, there's a block. There's something obstructing their hearing

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that

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they say we're listening, but you really don't hear the truth. No, Madonna like a smile on their ears. They hear Hi, hello. How's it going? The doorbell the phone. They hear this physically to hear spiritually. They don't

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watch. And this is like completely just invisible to them. The truth is invisible to them. So they can see when they're looking at everything else. When they see the truth. It's like they go right by it's like it's invisible to them. They don't even see it.

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So May Allah make us off from the people who wreck

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Nice to hear and see the truth. I mean last month, give us the ability to practice everything that's been said and heard some kind of language

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or something measurable and

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and this person is like completely just invisible to them. The truth is invisible to them. So they can see when they're looking at everything else. But when they see the truth, it's like they go right by, it's like it's invisible to them. They don't even see it.

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So me I was kind of like tell them make us off from the people who recognize and hear and see the truth. I mean last month, they give us the ability to practice everything that's been said and heard some kind of language

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or something