Achieving the Balance – Desire and Fear, and the High Point of Love
Channel: Adnan Rajeh
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This is I believe the 14th.
orange installment of the series of hotbeds that I started a number of months ago, achieving the balance.
As Muslims we are obligated we are required to understand our deen in a way that allows us to become what Allah subhanaw taala wanted us to become when he described us as omoton was delta, the nation of moderation when I've talked about many different aspects of Islamic principles and values, trying to
help all of us understand what it takes and what it means to achieve that balance. And today, what I'm going to point out is something that is supposed to be it's supposed to be very simple and very easy, but for some reason it isn't.
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with two approaches, and how he goes or how he or she goes by getting closer to Allah subhanahu wa taala we worship Allah subhanho wa Taala as if we are flying and Soaring towards our Lord, we need two wings. And this is how scholars have traditionally always explained this is how it's been. There's a very ancient concept is over 1000 years old, that you need two wings in order for your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala to be meaningful. You need one wing of Raja of desire in what Allah subhanahu wa taala has offered you
and the other wing of Hashem reverence from being punished due to the sins that we
You commit. And without one of those wings, you can't really fly, you'll flop and then you'll hit the ground.
So this hookworm can be given in two different ways. I can give this open in two ways I can start the definitely with either of them and then show the other one as the caveat or the exception or the or the concept that will achieve the balance. But I'm going to start it with what I think here in this society is, is more important, obviously, is definitely as Muslims, we are in desire and constant desire of Allah subhanho wa Taala is reward. That's how the Quran goes. The Quran is filled with verses that talk to us about Jana to name about the gardens of bliss and heaven explains to us what Allah subhanaw taala has in store for us once we move away from this world we move on. Quran is
just one every so almost every Surah almost every single so I'm not talking about the small short ones that are in just the three liner ones. Any sort of there's over a page around the page, every sword on the Quran somewhere in it. We'll talk about what Allah subhanaw taala has in store for us as Muslims. Those who believe in Allah subhanaw taala a lot has been promised to you if you walk the path if you stay the course throughout your life.
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I could spend multiple hope was just explaining these verses is explaining the beauty that Allah subhanaw taala has put inside of them. The profound bliss, the profound pleasure and leisure that you'll Allah subhanaw taala has set for you on every level, whether it's your basic instincts, or whether it's aspects of you that you don't even know about yet. There's aspects of depth of depth of your own personality, where there is bliss and leisure within them that you have not accessed yet as a human being that Allah subhanaw taala himself will bring forward for you yomo piano so that you may find pleasure in ways that you never imagined possible.
These verses in the Quran just continuously explained to us, this is what's waiting for you. So you're as a Muslim, you're living your life and desire of that moment. It's okay to be selfish, it's okay to want to find that pleasure you'll Millenium
it is actually an obligation upon us as Muslims to want that and to work towards that. And the beautiful part of this is that if you look at the prophets
and if you look at the Sahaba, the Allah who I know they lived for it, that's what the Sahaba functioned is no doubt the Sahaba when they heard these words from the Prophet alayhi salatu was I'm describing Jana to name their hearts, almost left their chests, there was such disbelief almost out of the beauty of what they were hearing. That is all they wanted. That's all they could think about. You take the story, you find it I'm a member of the Allahu Anhu right before Buddle. He stands there with in his hands three or four or five dates. And he's standing there in the profit order your salatu salam was telling them today who stands his ground and passes away in March is March and
Allah subhanaw taala. Has something has prepared for him. Jana tonight, he starts describing Jana to name. So he's standing there he wants to eat the deeds before the battle. And then he looks at them and he says Mr. beeney Well, they know Jannetty ILAHA they hit him a lot and you're telling me between me and between January these are these days. I'm just I'm wasting time eating these days.
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telling me I need to know where is he? Because she in her mind he he died before the battle. So she didn't understand what that meant. So she still does your you need to tell me what what what came with him. If he isn't Janna that I accept and if he's not engender that I'm going to show you what I'm going to do. Macalester Allahu alayhi wa sallam no he's not in Jana. Well who have Aegina he's in many of them. Were in Lebanon he saw them in health care dose Allah Allah and did your son isn't the highest of them all.
They had nominal Musa Mohammed the Allahu Anhu was a gentleman in his 70s he couldn't walk straight he was crippled. He had he had a disability all his life was all he heard. You can't do this because you disabled you can't do that. Because you're just oh it's like that's all he spent hearing people telling him he can't do this and he can't do that because he disabled when God came and he was around he just he got his armor on and he just decided that he was joining so his sons come and say no you can't you're disabled you're not required to Lisa What are ology how much there's no huddle Japan the one who has this ability to go and fight and where you don't have to.
So he refused. So they went to the prophet Ali is thought to attend they told him you need to speak to him because he doesn't he can't go and do this. He's gonna get killed the provider your site there was some said yes. He doesn't have to he's you know, he's not required to so he goes and speaks to him. So he speaks down on the demo he tells him and he there's no How does your honor You don't have to go up ah, Raj. That's all you telling me is disabled disabled? Well, now you rica that I live up to the Hill Jana, maybe this this crippled leg that no one seems to think is valuable at all. Maybe this leg will enter Jana one day maybe it will stamp right into the stand right into
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They loved Elgin, they lived for it, they were willing to give everything so that they could be from a halogen and that is what we are required to do. Definitely as Muslims. I'm not even going to start unpacking the fact that we don't this is not the point of this hope I'm not going to I'm not going even going to attempt to unpack the fact that we don't do that but definitely as Muslims if you believe in La Ilaha illa Allah then you know, then that's how you that is how you're supposed to live your life 100% 2013
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of Allah subhanaw taala is the word that He has prepared for you on the other side of this is that we are in continuous reverence and fear of Allah subhanaw taala is just punishment. This has been a piece or a part of our deen that has been washed down lately and washed down. I hear people don't wanting to hear about this. They don't want to know about it. They don't don't tell people about this. Don't talk about it too much. Don't bring it up. Why? Why? Why nowhere in the Quran does Allah subhanaw taala ever speak of Jannah without speaking about enough, and vice versa. Nowhere in the Quran I dare you to go find it.
I challenge you to find a place in the Quran where he speaks about just one of them. He always speaks of both. Maybe he'll speak about one more than the other because the theme of the surah is talking about bliss, but he will always bring it up. It will always come in if this was talking about punishment. He will talk about gender somewhere there. It's always there. It's always been
talking about punishment. I want to share with you a few points about punishment because it's important to understand
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There are reasons for why talking about punishment is important. Number one, here's a few things to think about. They say in Arabic, we will be able to defer to them as well as to as human beings, we do not have the ability to understand understand any given concept, if there's nothing to compare it to. We're very simple. By the way, our minds aren't that complex. They're pretty simple things.
We cannot comprehend anything. If there's nothing to compare it to. There's no opposite. There's no flip side to it, you have to show me an opposite. In order for me to be able to define something. Forget about understanding, we can't define anything. If there's nothing opposite to it. The only reason that life is a definition is something we call it Life is because there's death. Without death, life wouldn't be a different way, it wouldn't be a thing. Just like death itself would not be something if there wasn't life, the universe is all dead in that in the sense where we define it. And we compare it to our own lives. The concept of reward of bliss, of leisure of pleasure doesn't
mean anything, if there is nothing to compare it to. If there is no punishment, if there's no pain, it means nothing. It doesn't mean anything. That's why as a parent, you are continuously frustrated with your children, is because you understand what it means not to have things and you made sure that they never had to go through that, to now you're upset. Why don't they appreciate exactly because of that? Because they don't know they never understood they don't understand what it means not to have something? How do you expect their brains to comprehend not having something they've always had, unless it's taken away, that's the only way they can comprehend anything. You can't hold
your it's not your children's fault that they don't understand. Then they feel entitled, there's all they know, you're you're the one who's born, you're the one who's capable of being fortunate and being grateful and having gratitude and feeling is because you know what it means not to have it.
Having the concept of punishment, human piano is integral. It is it is basic, there is no meaning for Jana, if there is no punishment on the other side, if there was not the opposite, then we wouldn't understand we wouldn't appreciate what Allah subhanaw taala is offering this is a part
of our faith, in simple.
There's always going to be the two flip sides of the coin. You have the pleasure and the leisure which you are promised which you are destined to, but then there's the opposite side, so that this side here becomes much more clear. It's comprehendible. It's understandable, it's number one. Number two, fear is not a good long term motive.
It's not a good long term motive. It's a good short term motive. It works for you at moments when you know you're going to make a mistake. That's where fear helps. And that's the second where you remind yourself that if I do this punishment is going to be attached to it. If I fall into this sin, if I follow my lust, if I follow my desires, then I will be punished. It's a good, it's a good motive that will stop you in your tracks. That's what they say. I mean, I know who better than anyone who are who does not feel that there's any punishment prepared for them will do anything. Eventually, eventually they'll do anything. Maybe at the beginning, they show a little bit of
freedom. But later on, if there is no punishment, there's no repercussions. If there are no consequences for doing something wrong, eventually they'll just start doing whatever they want. Fear is an important motive that we have as human beings. It's a part of our survival is how we actually evolved as as creatures having fear knowing to be afraid of something that we should be afraid of. And a part of it is being afraid of Allah subhanaw taala punishment is a part of how we're supposed to comprehend our deen it allows us at moments to have Dakhla when we're walking down the streets and we want to look at something haram say something haram think something haram take something
Haram is the moment you don't remind yourself well gender No, you're by yourself there is there is no there is punishment if I touched but it is not mine. So I so I hold back.
It's very helpful. Number three, there is a very critical difference between how we fear Allah subhanho wa Taala and how we fear other things. This is very important understand this well. When I fear you, I am fearing oppression, I fear that you will take what is mine. That's what I fear. When I'm fearing human beings and I'm fearing anything as man made. I am afraid that is going to treat me unfairly. That is going to take away something that is mine.
An old press near transgressed against my rights. That's what I fear. You do not fear that with Allah subhanho wa Taala you don't fear that he will mistreat you that he will treat you unfairly. What are you really Maura? Buka ohada. Allah subhanaw taala does not a mystery to anybody. Then what do you fear with Allah you fear that he treats you with only justice? That's what you fear? You We fear that we come on the day of judgment. And Allah subhanaw taala teaches us with with perfect justice. That's what we're afraid of. Because now it's not going to work. No, no, justice is not going to work. I need something more. I know what I've done. Justice is not going to cut this at
all. If you're going to treat me with justice. I'm done. I'm doomed. I am doomed for what I had the way I've lived my
like nothing I've done if you're going to break it down, you're going to dissect it and actually see what it is. It's not worth anything justice. It's not going to I don't want justice. I want your huggle I want you to give me more than I would ever imagine to deserve in my life. That's what I'm looking for. When I fear God, I'm not fearing he's gonna mistreat me. I'm fearing that he's gonna treat me fairly.
I fear that I come. You're milkier man, he tells me to treat you fairly today. No, no, no, no. What do you mean fairly? No, I know, I don't want that. I want the other part I want where you show me generosity that I can't comprehend. That's what I want. It's a different type of fear. Children can have that with their parents. A child can be afraid of their father being that they're going to mistreat them and or the father or the child's going to be afraid of their father that he's going to treat them fairly and not forgive them.
Both children have different relationships with their fathers. Each child has a different type of relationship with their father, because a different type of fear altogether.
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These are the verses in the Quran that talk about punishment.
We fear it because it's just we fear the just punishment of Allah subhanaw taala we are afraid that somehow he does not show us the amount of compassion and love and bounty that we hoped for.
It's a very strong motive. Fear, if you use it correctly, at the moments that they're that they required you use it properly is an amazing motive.
Jahannam is there is the fourth point that I want to share with you. Because there are definitely people who deserve punishment.
There's definitely there are definitely on this earth people who deserve to be punished. Those who walk around oppressing others, taking what is theirs, killing them.
stripping them from their rights, forcing them to live in places where it's not safe, watching them suffer and die. When you are mistreated in your life, when you are mistreated when you are oppressed and you have no way to get back to regain what was yours. You understand why Jahannam exists because there are those out there who are going to be punished because they deserve it. Because they have done things in this life. They have taken things from others that there is no way to fix. There's nothing waiting for them but that
there are those who deserve punishment and they will be punished. The only point of this that matters to you is that make you're making sure that you're not one of them. The only aspect of this whole deal that you need to take care of is making sure is ensuring through your lifestyle, through your choices, whatever is left of it that you are not one of them that your middle Piana you are not seen as somebody who deserves somehow to be there. Yeah, both of you both Sorona whom you're way too low. We have Teddy mean either be yummy eat him be Bernie was our Hey Betty, he will he will see you let he let you to we women fill out of the Jimmy
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you're allowed to see it on the Day of Judgment. They see it they see Jahannam and when they see it, they hope they won't who knows that they've done things that deserves that causes them to deserve to go there. They start hoping that they could get out of it by offering their children
and their spouses and their brothers and their tribes and their nations and their communities and everyone on Earth. Just not them.
If there's some way just for them not to go there, they're willing to offer everyone, everyone that ever lived, take them all, burned them all, just don't, not me. It's not me.
We don't know for sure what that person saw, you can read the Quran and get a sense of it. But whatever they saw,
must have been pretty bad. To generate a feeling of that degree of magnitude. To want to offer everything is not you.
The fifth and final piece that I want to share with you about punishment, life has pain in it. It has suffering has agony, it's a part of the deal. It's a part of life. Do not shield your children from that. Do not shield your children from understanding the reality of existence, that there is suffering, that there is pain, that there is agony, and that what it means to be a good human being what it means to be a successful Muslim is being able is being able to deal with that appropriately when it occurs to you. And when it occurs to people other than you. That's what it means. That's what being a good good Muslim means you having the ability to actually deal with these things, to
see them and know what to do next. But shielding children and shielding people from the concept of punishment, and the Quran does no one any good at all. It doesn't. It doesn't help is unhealthy, and it's not appropriate. We fly to Allah subhanho wa Taala with the two wings of desire, and what he has promised us and fear from the just punishment that is awaiting if we do not live our lives the way he explained to us to live them. But really the pinnacle,
the pinnacle of that relationship you have with God, the high point, aside from these two wings that you're using to make it there, the high point is neither desire nor fear. You start out with them, you start out listening to the verses and desiring, listening to the verses and fearing. And you do that until you come to the point where you're able to generate enough love in your heart that will carry you to your multicam
the high point the pinnacle of this all is the love that will be generated in your heart. When you love Allah subhana wa Tada. When you understand what love means, when you're when you undress when you comprehend what love actually is. And understand that Allah subhanaw taala loved you long before you ever understood what it meant to love him back subhanho wa taala. And when he put this, this bliss and reward on one side, and he put this punishment on the other, he was trying to allow our human brains to comprehend what it means to actually love someone. This is the point of it all. The point is that you will elevate your status that you move from those basic two
emotions of desire and fear, to the pinnacle to the high point of love. And that's the goal. That's what that's what this is supposed to do for you. You come to that point of, and then you accept it all. You say, if you give me what I hope for I accept, and if you don't give me what I hope for I accept, because whatever you want for me, is what you love for me, whatever you love is what I love. And if you don't want this for me, then I don't want it either. And if you'd want it up wanting it later on for me that I want it at that point as well. Whatever it is that you want, whatever it is that you deal, whatever hand you'll give, I am I am, I am in full content, like 100, I am happy with
it. Because I know that just existing under your eyesight just knowing that you care for me, just knowing that you continue to watch over me just knowing that my life is a part of something bigger than myself is more than enough for me. Because way before I ever existed, you have shown me more love than anything has ever shown me in this world. And all I can do, all I can hope for is to generate enough love in this small heart to distribute as much as possible to those around me and specifically towards you. That is the goal. That is why you read the verses of the Quran that talk about bliss and talk about heaven and talk about paradise. And you read the verse in the Quran and
talk about punishment, and you generate fear and you generate desire, and they come together. And once they come together, they generate something much more classy, much more beautiful. And it works longer. It's works for a longer period of time. Love is the strongest motive, nothing comes remotely close to love. But you need to develop it appropriately. I hope that was of benefit for you. On Saturday in sha Allah there is a
fundraising dinner at I'm not sure if it's a dinner but there's a fundraising event at the London Muslim mosque for the victims of the horrific earthquake that we witnessed in Turkey and Syria and other parts of Iraq and Lebanon. And I believe that other institutions like Mac and maybe I don't know if there's others but their institutions that are actually putting together funds and
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these funds to be taken over to those who are in in dire need of it. And this is a good example for us to kind of remind ourselves that there are things to be afraid of in this world. But that fear has to turn into something positive. The fear that you have turns into a positive energy that allows you to respond to do something to offer what you have, that's what you use it for that that's the point of its existence. It's not there so that we sit at home feeling depressed it's there that we get up and we do something about it knowing that we can and we have the ability and we have the responsibility to do so. So I would ask you all inshallah to to respond appropriately. Why number
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