Tafseer End of Surat AlWaqiah 75-96

Adnan Rajeh

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The speakers emphasize the importance of finding one's joy and happiness in life, using the example of the use of " handy doom" in Arabic and the importance of finding one's joy in life. Pr practicing communication is crucial for building skill sets and values, and students should enjoy food. The concept of "the spirit" is a guarantee that everyone is on the same page, and the concept is designed to help people understand depth and realities of the Prophet's teachings. Pr practicing communication is crucial for building skill sets and values, and students should enjoy food.

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You're so happy Hmm No but I didn't and sha Allah We continue from where we left off last week, then inshallah we will go complete or conclude be the light Allah with the race of Allah will conclude, reciting and explaining the sort of Riwaka and inshallah next week we get to start to Hadid. I love doing certain Hadees are my favorite to teach and get excited when it comes nearer to it, even those who work is probably more beautiful from a linguistic and a

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purpose based perspective. But Hadid is very unique, it's different, it's just a different, it's a different

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flavor altogether. So it would work either are similar to that talk about things that are close to it. So you can, you've heard it before, and he's recited a lot. So even if I don't explain to everything to you, you've already you already have a little bit of an understanding of what it means because you've looked into it. But Hadid is a Surah. That is, is extremely beautiful. And it has a lot of kind of interesting points that I'll talk about next week. We have the final piece of social work and social work is offering the comparison or is offering the option of what type of person you want to be the day judgment, this whole cluster. I know it's been it's taken quite quite a fair

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amount of time because we started with with cough I think at the beginning of the year, or when we started opening the place in February, hopefully before to Milan will finish the first user Yes, it will take a year when we do a sloth of Satan we I take time to explain word by word does take a long time. But hopefully, then a few years we're done from cloth to will nurse if you've listened to most of it, then you have a decent understanding of these of animals. So that's what these stools are cultural, political and ethical universal, the comprehensive or the detailed. And

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they're basically for each has a different

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theme than the other and this one here from Puft. Will Hadid specifically, it just offers comparisons or options. It just shows you two things here, either this or that. And then you make a decision you move on to the next sutra and offers you another another comparison, this or that barf is the ultimate one. Either you're someone of righteousness, and that will lead you to gender, or you're someone who lives a falsehood. And at least you know, you have to make a decision. What do you stand for? Do you see is something you care for? And you care where you go at the end? Or not? And if the answer is not, then you don't need to come here anymore and go to something else. But if

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you say yes, then you move on and sort of variadic says, ask you the question. Are you someone who has purpose? Do you live with aim? Or do you walk around aimlessly or purpose? lessly? And then if that's what it is mean, obvious, you say yes, I have aim. I have purpose. I understand that Allah has created me. And there is a goal of this existence, that sort of thoughts as well. Are you going to live your life with guidance or with no guidance at all? If you say guidance, anyone wants to know Jim and ask you the question, well, what are you going to base your decisions on on certainty of knowledge and revelation or on assumptions, desires, whims and lack of clarity? If you decide no,

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I want it to be based on certainty of knowledge that assumes a black man. So to come on and SUTA Rama, they both talked about the concept of blessings or bounties. Either you deal with blessings appropriately or they backfire, which is what social contract tells you. Either you show great gratitude towards your blessings or you lose them which is with Obama and tells you so to walk, I says what type of person do you want to be? Are you going to be a sub builtin are going to be amongst us. Hi, Billy Amin are going to be amongst us Hi Mishima. There's only three groups of people on the Day of Judgment. They're all the categories that we have divided ourselves into as

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human beings on this planet, all that will be flushed away, and you just have three groups. And the criteria is pretty simple. It has nothing to do with anything we use here today, to categorize people like what we use here today to actually make people group people up is not going to be used on the Day of Judgment at all. And the tools that we use in dunya, to say, for any doctors or a group and Canadians or a group, and these are groups of people, and it's based on something that is not going to exist on the Day of Judgment. My degree means nothing on the Day of Judgment, it won't even exist anymore. It doesn't add up to anything at all, it's like, the only benefit it has is

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whatever use I put it to when I was alive in dunya. That's it, whatever you say put it today put it to good use that I banked on, a couple of them has an app based on it. And if I otherwise, I'm no longer going to be called anything to the DR completely dissolves, it doesn't matter anymore. It doesn't matter how many lines there are under my name and how big my signature is and how colorful it is. No one cares. It's just my name and the name of my dad. And that's how I'm going to be identified moving forward. And everything else where you come from, and none of that no one cares. It's very simple. The criteria is what did you do? Here's your life. Let's see what you did with it.

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Let's see how you live what your ethics What are your values? What are your principles? And what were your decisions? What were your decisions? Like? How did you live? Isn't that isn't that the build up from so tough? Isn't it exactly what the students before has been talking about? Make your decisions. What are you going to be righteousness are botlane purposeful or not guidance are not, are not gratitude and blessings that are not based on your answers. You will be categorized your multicam into one of these three groups. The odds are in your favor. Two out of three groups make it only one group doesn't.

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But still 33% is a pretty scary percentage.

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I can tell you that

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If your life expectancy was based on that percentage you wouldn't like it. Patients don't like it at all. I do this every day when I give them yes yeah with the surgery and with this and with that with chemo and with the radio Yeah, do you have a 65% have never seen this bike again like what? It's it sucks. If there's not not not nice number 33% chance of making it I'm not I'm not a 1% as 0.0 and then any number aside from zero no matter how many zeros you put to it percent of me not making it is not a good percentage. Because this is not something you can come back from. This is not something you can renegotiate this is not this is not something to roll the dice on. This is you and

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where your final destination is going to be. Do you understand that on the Day of Judgment, if by some horrible misfortune that you made yourself or happened to you, if by some

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difficult destiny, your name is called upon, and you don't end up in those first two groups, you understand that there's nothing that is worth that moment, like nothing you did in life is worth that moment, nothing. There's nothing that ever happened in the history of the world that is worth you on the Day of Judgment hearing that you're in the wrong group. That is the most devastating the single most devastating moment of anyone's entire existence, period, and nothing can justify it and you cannot rationalize it and and honestly, your whole life becomes completely worthless and useless and meaningless. If on the Day of Judgment, you're called into the wrong group. Whether you do

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biller if somehow you ended up on the wrong side. So this is not something to be taken lightly. That word.

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The profile is also written in a number of a hadith that generated all of them have reasonable chain of narration or reasonable authenticity, some of them are so he actually

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he talks about as to go to San Antonio Hadith explains what it looks like for us to go and stand on the day of judgment and be held accountable and he talks about it. He talks about you walking, he's very detailed quite quite a bit.

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And Pula and Ibnu Fulani Halima loudly Elijah burrow furans and a fuller come you are you're summoned to be

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or you're showing for your for your court date in front of the judge bar Subhana wa Tada. So you're brought in your body goes firstly, you've been allowed to do so maracas, oh, use blue sitter. And then you're brought close and a curtain is brought down. So when you stand there and speak to Allah subhanaw taala you're not being exposed for the lucky people that least and at some point that could be removed. But to begin with, you get that privacy to speak to Allah subhanaw taala but you're caught a little more Rokita buck and you're told, here's your book, start reading, go through it. Let's go through this. Let's go through what you've been around for. Let's explain. Explain the

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time, let's see you've been at your work, what was it 80 8080 turns around the sun. Alright, let's see what you did for them. That's the time that you were here for. Let's talk about what actually occurred. It's not that hard to actually, I always give these numbers and ask people to kind of do the math.

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The scariest math is really not the stuff that I share it I always leave this to your life roughly is 1000 months, right? They don't fit Roman as we shall have to say sorted together. He says one night is better than 1000 months. So he's saying it's better in a lifetime because your life is around 1000 months at 83 years. That's what you're around for your week for maybe 200 And something 1000 hours. But really, it adds up to 4000 weeks. That's it. You're here for 4000 weeks, one of them just finished recently, we're ending one today, we start another one tomorrow. And by the time we see each other again, another another 4000 weeks, if you're lucky to actually get 4000 out there and

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you probably already I need to go softer, but you've already gotten rid of a couple of 1000

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as it is.

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But that's all you got. When you think about it in the terms of weeks. It's not that long. What's 4000 means is nothing. It's not that hard. 4000 weeks I studied medical books with more than 4000 pages easily. He'd like to study so each week is just a page All right. Here's what happened on Monday. He's on Tuesday. You have to explain yourself you have to stand there explain why you did what you did. So you're told it's lucky to have been fired throwing a monkey turbo in the start reading their book first. Allah subhana wa Tada Americana. Well, I'm Muslim you're going and Allah says I'm going to ask him about what happened but what didn't happen? You're not only asked what you

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did be honest about why didn't you do other things? What about this? Wasn't this a bit available to remember that day? I sent that person your way which person Yeah, you know the person who went needed some help. And you were too busy. So you brushed them off and kept on going? Couldn't you have spent maybe that extra hour helping that person? You're like I sent that person your way I destined for that person to cross paths with you for that moment. And you could have done something for them but you didn't because you were too busy with something else I see what you're busy with. Let's see what you did that was much more important than helping someone else or doing something for

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them. And you have to go through all of that.

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And you have to go through all of it and after Allah subhanaw taala forgives us a lot and takes the hassle out anytime was done by 100 and by 1000 by more guys not young guy she unfairly how's that gonna be a totally different you know, masha Allah is 10 times tenfold or 700 or even more

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At the end, there has to be a verdict. Like there's going to be a verdict from the judge, the judge will say, we'll give this as the, this is the rolling pullin or Falana. This is where you're going,

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you're going to hear these things with your ears, you're going to have to hear that you made it.

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Earlier, the villa.

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Once you hear that you made it, it doesn't matter, it was all worth it. It was all worth it. Whatever happened in dunya, our tired, you were sick, you were difficult, it was not a problem you made it doesn't matter anymore. Once you graduate, you don't want you sit down and go through every year and all the time has been no doesn't matter, you throw it all behind you. And you look forward to the new chapter of being an unemployed person for a couple of months.

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And you look forward to what's coming, becoming someone a part of the workforce, you don't care what happened before, but the moment that you actually make it to the other side. But if you fail, then you actually have to go back and look at all of it and wonder why you did that split second, that moment when Allah Subhan Allah is going to give his verdict on you. You have to see if the middle mocha Robin as Allah subhanaw taala that we hear these words, oh, man, hi Binyamin.

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Or he says it's something different. And you'll say, Yeah, Mother equity, or yes, I've anything, take this person to where they need to go. And you'll be escorted in different manners depending on where you're going. But that is the moment that all of this has to be building up towards. Like your story has to be a very clear build up to that one moment, in preparation.

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You're working towards your plot, the plot of your story has to thicken until it climates at that one moment, where you're going to hear the right words to make it to where you want to go next. And if you're living a life, where that moment means nothing to you, then it's like you're watching a movie, where the where the hero has no idea what's happening.

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It's like there's a murder and this person, and his person is just just doing something completely different. Is going watching football games. And maybe we have a the people are watching. They're waiting for you to take No, it's a weird movie to watch. It makes no sense at all. There's a lot of what is what's happening here. You're supposed to be doing but you're not doing any of it. And then you somehow you expect that when you make it there, it's just going to work. And is that something worth rolling the dice on? Is that something we're saying? You know what? I'll take my chances. I like two or three. Let's see if it works out. Well, maybe you should take a look at the prophets

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Allah hemos salatu salam, maybe she was like take a look at the Sahaba Allah Juana Missy did they take their chances? They did they live like that. The Sahaba who heard from the mouth of the prophets of Allah Allah it was like you send them the words that you are in Jannah live like that. I'm not talking about you know, your standards or hobby. I'm talking about the ones who heard from his mouth multiple times. I saw your stuff in Jannah like I saw I saw it you're there is already is there it's waiting for you. Did they live like that? Or did they continue to fear the day they're going to stand in front of Allah and defend themselves? Or did they continue to fear that day with

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every with all their might?

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You just have to look at them and then you ask the question, you'll have an answer. Someone who truly believes in it literally understands this would never ever let their guard down would never accept this. The odds that are being that are being the heat there's a ducted to they will do everything within their within their power to make sure that they're going to be in the right group.

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Aim high right aim to the stars, which is an appropriate

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metaphor before we cite the verses. We'll start with a number 75 inshallah tigers are beautiful verses I know that you recited them before. Surely you'll find some joy in listening to them and then through explanation we'll start at number 75 We'll be learning in a shape on your body

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim.

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we're in hula possum Hello there hola Munna are we?

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In hula

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Kareem.

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Fie kita being Maknoon

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law lejana Sue who will move on Hello.

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So always watch out for that mid that's right after the hurt so you can see it. It's really small like it's a small world that exists right after the heart so you can always go unnoticed. And on top of it. You have the mid sign right that that cowboy hat so you have the little med right there. So is it because it's small, doesn't make it less long? Because it's the same duration. So all

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of the Moodle that you see in the Quran are going to be at least four and that's for our citation of house on house I'm gonna put it the shelter because we all do them for and then in specific situations, we'll do them six. And I always point them out to you like, it's actually only a number of places in the Quran, you can maybe count them up to like 25 or 30, the rest of them will all be four. So when you see that there you just you just give a four account lie um as to who industry can account for, and you just tap it on your knee if you like. And that's a good way to do it. That's how I used to do it. And I still do that sometimes Zealong me and Rob be like, Lenny

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so these verses here are the only some of the most famous is that we have in the book of Allah subhanaw taala where he says Fela or Cosimo and Allah here, just like leprosy, Mobio mill piano.

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And many other oath that are taken in the Quran, start with law at the beginning of it, no person will be heard about it, for example, there's a lot of them. Law here is not to deny it, it's to emphasize it. And it's a specific way that Arabs used to speak and if you come from certain parts of the Arabic world, you may understand when if you ever heard if you're trying to hear ever heard someone say Mike McCalla, you mean, I've heard that before. But today, I don't have to swear like I don't, I don't have to give an oath. And what they mean is I want to give an oath, but I don't have to give. So it's a way it's just a way the arrows used to speak. So it's like they want to make a

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note, but they they're trying to say you don't have to so they added a lot at the beginning. I know that. You think it's weird, and that's okay, you can think it's but that's how they spoke. And the Quran is an Arabic it is an Arabic, so it spoke spoke to them in the same length and same language. But it's also it's also actually quite meaningful. Because Allah subhanaw taala is saying, I don't need to take an oath. We he doesn't need to swear about anything, he doesn't have to give an oath on anything for us to believe it, but he's doing it anyway. So he starts with the beginnings I don't need to do this. I'll do it anyway, just to emphasize for you the importance of understanding what

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I'm gonna say next. So that's why he would do these things. So finding data in the Quran. So for now, of course, the more indeed, I take an oath be my Walking newsroom with positionings or the, or the placements of the constellations of the stars in the sky. When the hula costume lacasa, Moon lota, Ala Moana or even indeed, this oath that I'm making, if you are making if you knew if you had the right knowledge would know it this is a magnificent oath that has been made.

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The the symbolism here is very is very beautiful.

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Because the concept of new Doom, the word new Doom means stars also means things that are removed in groups. If I asked you in Arabic, there's a word How was the Quran revealed? Was it revealed all at once? No, it was revealed, right? What is the word in Arabic that they use? Anyone know?

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When they want to talk about the fact that it was revealed in in chunks, like in different verses over time? What's the word that they use anyone know?

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When a German does, it was revealed on a German because that means it came in groups. So when he used the word new Doom here, it's almost as if he is referring subhanaw taala to the two things that we understand as being the Doom which are the stars of the sky, and the verses of the Quran that were sent as in groups after the other so it's a very specific use choice of an oath that's a planet with Dawn is making here where it actually works for whether you understand it as he's making an oath by the positions of the verses of the Quran in the Quran, or he's making making an oath by the stars in the sky. Either way, the response to the oath and when I mean response, I mean, what is the

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the meat of the oath? What is the oath for if I come to you when I say okay, we'll be all up and no humans were, of course I shouldn't do that because you only make an oath by Allah subhanaw taala but if I gave you that I swear to you by Allah surprise, swear by Allah that I walk away. You will be very this person is ill mentally ill, what is what's coming next? So that's the response. So that's the meat of the of the actual oath. So Allah subhanaw taala is making an oath and the answer is going to be indeed it is a noble Quran in the hula Quran, Kareem and Kareem means have high of high status doesn't mean that as generous. The word generous is elude just generosity will JOA is, is the

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one who is generous.

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Kareem can mean that. I mean, that's an acceptable translation for it. But that's not the core meaning of it. The core meaning is nobility. But because the nobles were always generous, it became the meaning. Right, the people who were noble had nobility in them, not talking about lineage nobility, but as in ethical nobility, the manifestation of their nobility would be that they gave a lot and didn't take anything, that would be them. That is the consequence of that as a result of their nobility. That's how you know knew they were noble. How would I know that this person is noble this person gives and doesn't take this person you come to them. They don't take anything from you.

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They find what you need, and they give it to you even if you don't ask and that's how they're but the concept of nobility is the meaning of the word Kadeem. That's why when you talk about

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nobility is also the cause

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rareness so that in Arabic when they talk about rubies and diamonds, how do they describe that in Arabic, they say hijab what? The Hijab cream. That's what they say it's not an a generous rock. The rock is, it's a noble rock, or it's a it's a specifically, it's a special rock was a rare rock. So in knowing the Quran, Kareem the words Karenia has those three meanings. It's rare, there's nothing like it. And it's noble, is of high status and is generous. Meaning the more you read, the more you learn, it will continue to give you until the day you die, and after and if you read it, after you die, you will still take from it, it will never stop giving you the Quran is the is the gift that

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never stops giving, you will always you will always benefit you, there will always be something for you to learn, it will always have something to offer you no matter how no matter what you do, you're gonna read the same story a million times. And the more you read it, the more you learn from it. And the more you you take away something from it for yourself in the hula Quran, Kareem subhanaw. Taala is making an oath thing I swear to you, and I don't have to, I swear to you by the positions of the constellations in the sky. And indeed this oath, if you had the knowledge, you would know that this is an amazing oath. When I swear to you about the stars in the sky, when I swear to you about those

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little dots you'll see up there, there are actually huge, enormous burning stars are parts of huge galaxies that are way beyond our ability as human beings to even comprehend. I watched this stuff I used to be a nerd when I was there, I still am. But I used to watch a lot of these things I used to care a lot about about the cosmos and I used something I just I never got into. I tried to get into it. But then I needed someone to slap some sense into me and told me that if you study that in Syria, you'll end up you'll end up driving like a tick tock or something, you'll you'll end up with no money. So you have to go study something you can make a living off. So I didn't do it. But I was

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very interested interested in.

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And these things, and I unfortunately don't know as much as I would like to. But when you when you take a look at what actually exists out there, they use numbers, they use light years, they use light years.

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You and I say the word and it's how much distance that light will will

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cross in a year. Right?

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What is it? What does that mean? What is what is that's in the hundreds of millions of kilometers? I can't I think my house over on Oxford in Hyde Park is far away. How do I comprehend a lightyear? How do I comprehend something that is a couple of 100,000 light years or a million light years away? It's worse, it's just words. It doesn't mean we don't we can't understand it. It's not something that we can comprehend. Like it'll take a lot you have to really, you have to somehow be taken. And you have to be elevated or sent shot into space. So that you can fully appreciate what was being proposed. But he's speak what's being said or what actually exists. It takes a lot of contemplation

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you have to Allah somebody is saying you need to understand this. If you had the knowledge understood what I'm taking an oath by, you would understand that I'm making a magnificent oath, an oath of magnitude that is beyond anything you ever heard in the Quran. That's what he's saying. You just don't know it yet. Now we have more opportunity to understand a little bit better. Because now when they make ever seen those little videos where they where they do the comparisons between like Earth and then maybe Jupiter and then they give the sun and they put another sun and then after a while you're sitting there saying no, no, come on. Like what is this? Where's I can't see Earth? I

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can't even see our son anymore. I guess we're because we're because we're dead simple.

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Because we are dead simple. Just like a missile handle over here. Something very simple. within this universe where there's nothing complicated about it at all. We think we're complicated. We're unique and we're amazing really celebrate our little successes. But we're dead simple. Very small. Nothing, nothing significant. In the big picture of things.

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Yeah, shut up become. We're going to be helping God and no matter like Allah, Allah, he'd be ICS if he wanted us to get rid of you and bring a new creation, custom, nothing. Custom, nothing. subhanaw taala. We're just so small. Yet, yet we are being given this amazing opportunity. Yet he revealed to us subpoena without this noble book. You revealed it to us he is swearing to you. By the cost by the stars, by the galaxies by the universe, as you know that the observable universe as as fast as it is, everything in it where it is he's worrying about by all of it. There's a Nobel book, Tiki turbin Maknoon it is preserved well within his records within within his archive is preserved about

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meaning. This is the book that exists in an archive with Allah Subhanallah no one has ever touched except animal to huddle and except those who've been purified by him Subhan Allah data, the angels who take pieces of it and give it to their prophets. That's it.

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So this is the oath he's making for you. He's telling you I swear to you by that which you don't even understand yet. Look up. Do you see what it is? By the way before we had iPads? That was our iPad. The

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Human race before we have these stupid black boxes that we stare at all day, today, Sunday, by the way, right? Now you have an iPhone. Tell you what's your, what's your weekly usages? Are you proud of the number? Anyone under four hours put your hand up, you're under four hours. May Allah bless you may Allah buddy Creek whom Allah Allah Allah, for that is amazing, very rare in the world today for it to be that. But before we had that, before we had any of these bones, we stared upwards, it was actually much more healthier to us, we all stare down today. And there's actually more so you heard of the syndrome now with the thigh syndrome, never heard the problem with the atrophy of the

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muscles of the thigh because people are sitting on the bathroom for three hours more with their hands looking at this bones for for hours upon hours, we were spending way more time in bathrooms and we ever did before the gastroenterologists are having a great time today. So we're doing a really good job in terms of our of our Bible health. But before we did any of this stuff before we we stared downwards on small boxes, the human race stared upwards. And that was what they looked at, and the time the lights go went out, you would look up and it was beautiful. And we end that out. Oh, by the way, in 85% of all the stars in the skies, 85% of all the stars in the sky have Arab

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names.

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85% of all the stars in the sky have Arabic names. Nada, we're very much interested in this, this amazing page that was ahead of them and what was up there. So he's telling him spontaneously up that you see where they are. Yeah, I swear to you by all by those positions. And if you knew what that meant, you would know this oath was what he's saying. I'm not I'm not saying that. If you knew what that meant, you would know that this oath is the most magnificent oath ever taken. But you don't know it yet. So accept it as with face value until you do now we do now we fully comprehend to a certain degree if we want to what's actually out there and how small and simple we are. He's telling

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you indeed I swear to you that this book is noble is a core is a noble Quran, and it's in a preserved archive and it's only touched by those who Allah purified himself and I'm not going to spend time talking about the fiscal issue of whether you can touch the Quran with loot without will do that's very different setting altogether. The scholars will talk about this if you do go to books of deceit, but it's not really the point of the verses so I'm not going to you can do that you can just look up the photo on it if you're interested in if you have questions about it.

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lioness to who Elmo Haroon 10, zero, Robin Alameen, descended by the Lord of all worlds. We took you for a moment and tagged you look at the cosmos. So this was descended Tenzin, this was sent down by the Lord of the worlds of everything. The word it mean means everything that is not God. Narrow because what it means the word Isla mean is everything. That is not Allah subhanaw taala you have Allah and then everything else has got islands, everything else. Everything else who is not God himself is I mean, that's why we the Quran shows up with hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen. So he talks about himself in the Quran. He doesn't talk about himself as an eel, or rob Ibrahim, which is what

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he actually uses in the Old Testament in the New Testament. And he is the God of Israel, He is the God of Abraham. That's how he talks about himself in the Old Testament New Testament because the book itself the Torah, and the and you were sent the sons and daughters of Abraham, of the Apple Valley, he said, That's true that those books were sent to but the Quran was, was not sent to the sons and daughters of Ishmael, or the sons of daughters Ibrahim, it was sent to the Alameen was sent to everything that is not God, everyone that you will come by that is not Allah subhanaw taala deserves to be

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introduced or subjected to what this is teaching, regardless of who they are. Because within the realm that we exist in everything, everything within it. When I talk about other creation, I'm saying outside of this universe, that we see everything within this universe gonna be subjected to millenium, everything, everything, some things will crumble into nothingness, and some things will be brought back to actually be held accountable, but everything is gonna be subjected to the day of judgment.

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So he's telling you, he's swearing to you, by all everything you can see, and that you can see, and that's what you got to understand even properly yet. If this is a noble book, he'll continue to give you it will continue to be generous with you until the day you die. It is in a well preserved archive where no one has touched it no one has manipulated or changed anything in it. Only the purified by himself Subhanallah I've ever actually moved it from one place to the other and it was descended and sent down by the Lord of the Worlds. So what else do you want? Are you still struggling with your choice?

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You're still struggling with what to do? What do you need? Tell me. Message me. What do you need? What is it that you have to hear? What do you what is it that you're what is it? What's missing? What do we need to hear before we say learn to Subhanak in a condominium volume and we turn this ship around? What's what's what's missing? What else does he need to say? He's he took an oath by everything that ever that ever existed. It's way beyond you to tell you that this is it. This is what I sent it to you. It is pure, it is righteous. It will teach you it will give you it will save you and it's from me personally to you. What else do you want? Subhanallah some some of us aren't

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ready yet.

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So those who aren't ready can still read these verses and hopefully it will make them ready so we'll go on to the last piece and show FRB has had the theme to Moodle he noon

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fellow in going to Goya Rama dini.

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Donald Jr, una in Khun to saw the

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so he asked subhanaw taala the question FOB herbal hadith is it about this? Revelation the word Hadith doesn't mean talk or speech or words it means a way of life. That's the word Hadith actually means that's why when we talk about the Prophet alayhi, salatu, Salam Hadith, what are we actually saying? Is it only what he said? Or is it what he said and what he did and what he didn't do what He accepted and what he approved, W disapproved, so everything he did, some Allah Allah has, like we said, and we call Hadith that's just how we describe it. So that's the proper usage of the word Hadith. Yes, you can use it figuratively to describe talk or speech, that's fine. But the actual

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meaning of the word is the way, way of life or way of behavior. So have you heard that hadith. So unto Medina and moden,

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the word mother when it comes in Surah, till Paula Minister it clear that where he says what doula will today he know right for you to hear noon. And in the act of Muda, Hannah, is where you're willing to sell out, is where you're willing to actually give up a fundamental principle to make some gains somehow to make gain or to you want to give something up to get something in return something that you shouldn't give up something that you should not only remove, because it's clear that this is an important and integral part of your value system, or what you believe. So if have you had that hadith, the anthem, would he known? Are you going to sell out on what on what part of

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this way of life? Are you willing to sell out on what part of this way of life are you willing to give up for some personal gain that you're looking to towards achieving or, or picking up over behind that hadith and Medina, that's what you're going to do? I am telling you that I sent this down to you, I swear to you by the cosmos, as big as they are, that this is a noble book, it was well preserved, and I only allowed the purified to touch it. And I sent it down as the Lord of the worlds to you. What are you going to go and sell out on it? You're going to take it and just start and start bargaining with it. And you start saying, I'll take this piece, but not that piece. I

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don't like that one. I like this one. This one's nicer, but not that one. I don't wanna hear that one night. That's I don't like that. What is this? What why when do undesirable consequences? What do we know? today? You know, we'll come to that inshallah. In a few years, what do they what do they know for you? They know, and I knew they wanted you to sell out so they could sell out as well, because people who don't believe anything, don't have anything to lose. They're like, okay, we're doing this, you're doing that? Well, we don't like that. But we don't care too much about this anyways. So let's see if we can bargain. The only problem is we care about that. We care if this is

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not something we can sell, hold on, we can't afford to say, Oh, I'll give up on this. If you'll give up on that. I won't give up on anything. And you can give up on anything you want. You can give up all give it all up for all I care or hold on to all to all of it. It means nothing to me, because this is not some choice that I've made based on my own whims or desires, right? You just go through the pseudo science so far, it's not based on my whims. It was based on searching of knowledge, certainty of knowledge. We did it based on guidance. We did it based on the fact we understand that we're purposeful and that we stand by righteousness and that this is a blessing. Well, after just

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starting the decree by Hillman, we made this easy for a person that was gonna come and ask five times. We made it easy. Who's going to who's going to contemplate No well look at what happened to noise people. Look what happened to us people, the hoods people in silence people in boots people and people of Musa what happened to them? It didn't go too well for them either.

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Maybe Robbie Kuma took it back. Over 30 times as you tell him, telling me which of the which of the Blessings of Allah which of the boundaries of Allah do you refuse to show gratitude for which of them which of them this one not going to show gratitude this one

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is not the sort of started a Rahman what

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A woman with a lemon Quran

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the first thing he did is you're grateful that he is a man But immediately after that you're grateful he taught the Quran you're grateful for the fact that he taught the Quran

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you're going to sell out on the stuff he taught with a jar Luna is welcome and welcome to the boon and you make the So here there's something missing. So it's not missing is my roof mean it is deleted, and it's understood through the context. And there I've said this a lot and and this is not this is Halak was not designed to explain the Arabic linguistics

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or issues of Arabic Arabic grammar, it'll bore you out of your mind. But it's with a Jai luminaries click on the actual duck deer or the what's understood from this is what the Janjua Jessa is, meaning you're in you're making the gratitude for the risk that you're given this it is that you are given this is this is this is provision before everything is provisioned, and like everything that you have is a form of provision. And this is the most elite form of provision that you will ever be offered, which is you have the Quran, as a Muslim, you've been offered that others maybe haven't been exposed to it yet, unfortunately. But you were and you are, and this is the most elite type of

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is you're going to make the word award of yours that was offered to you and come to because the more that you go and you deny it, that you go and you miss treat it that you refuse to be grateful, and you refuse to follow it, that's what you're going to do. I'm going to send you the most valuable thing you're going to sell out and make the reward for what I gave you that you deny it and refuse to live by it. Why? The question that is in this or why why would you do that? What's what's your what's the what's the reason for it?

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Still not ready? Fine. So he says subhanaw taala, follow hula either bellava to help him and if that's the case, if that's the case, you don't care. You have nothing to hold on to you're willing

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to sell out on anything and you're willing to deny it all it doesn't mean anything to you fine.

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So if that's the case, then once it reaches the full home, when it reaches your pharynx, your oral pharynx when it reaches that part of your body, what what are you talking about? He's talking about your spirits, when it's on its way out. And as it's reaching your fairings out, it's on its way out. It's right here, it's left other parts of the body and it's just a few seconds it will be able to find all that either but I've got him on his way out one time he didn't tell him photo and all those who agree with you sitting around you are looking at each other and looking at the person when Uncle Robert E Lee he mean come when Akela to go see rune and Allah subhanaw taala saying an eye he's

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using the royal we could he speaking of himself and he's speaking of the angels of death that he sends we are closer to that person than you are. You just don't see it. You just can't see it. We're much closer to them. You're sitting beside the beside the one that you love who's passing away the president whose spirit is already in their throat on his way out and you're all looking at him. You just don't know that we are closer to him at that moment than you are.

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There's a long Hadith I don't have time to read it. Maybe we'll do that at some point in Sudan.

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And Hashem

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the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam explains to us the process of passing away, explains that even in the collection by Muhammad, so long hadith is totally worth your time to listen to one of the few. Well the number of a hadith that are long and authentic are not many, only a couple of them maybe like 10 or 15 of them. And this is one of them is collective Iman and the Prophet alayhi salatu salam in the Hadith he goes ne ne attends a journalism, how do you think is narrated by Ben Malik if I'm not mistaken, and he's sitting there in front of agendas after they put the person on the ground? So you sit so everyone sits and in the Hadith he's carrying with his in his hand a

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stick? And he's just kind of fiddling with the ground with the stick quietly and everyone's quiet

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who knows? I don't know seen a play it it's like you have you're trying to keep a wild bird on your head. So you're, you're moving a muscle because he's quite out of here. So to sum They're waiting for you put his head up and you'll say stay there But let him ask Allah subhanaw taala to seek we seek refuge in Allah subhanaw taala from the punishment of the grape they would all say now we will let him know

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and then he will say it again stay a little bit let him know that so they will say no to him now. I think we should do the same study who will let him recover and he will say in our audible Allah who will cover and then he will say in the modular in

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in the liberal movement, either kinda fie it debating minute duniya what Isabel in middle Akira? Nice Elijah Ali Hemara Iike tune Babel will do. Ma hum Kofi Annan finally Jana? Well hello tone men Hello, Jana. Why are you so men and woman Dada sorry, he but you're at home whether you're a Hoover Euro home

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when uh, when the pious person is on their way out of dunya on their way into you know, that's how we that's how we actually phrased out of your study. You're checking out of this realm and you're checking into the other from Jana Allah subhanaw taala will send melodica

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they are full of light they carry with them a coffin coffin is basically a casket from Jana and when

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thumb is Hano. Thanos is a type of of cream or something that is a type of fragrance that you kind of put on your body so that you smell good. And they sit for him just as far as he can see. He sees them. They see him and no one else does.

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It medical motif I urge you to surrender ROTC and then the Angel of Death covenant says right I just had to buy a pool yet to have a row. Mina bro full and even if we learn a whole OG Ilana funeral team member Becky worldwide, will sit there and he will say, Oh, the spirit of Fudan the spirit of the pious come out to the blessing, forgiveness and love of your Lord. But the whole Raju cannot tendency will patola to Memphis CIPA it comes out just like a drip drop of water will fall off the spell to be a pitcher.

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And then I saw some continuous and someone had eaten I want to finish the studio tonight. And he describes to us in detail how people move because the other one I don't think you want to hear the other one.

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The other description a nice, much more graphic, let's put it that way.

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But at that moment here, where he's saying I'm we're closer to this person than you are you just don't see it. That's all you don't see it.

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So he says and if that's the case, that you don't

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believe in this book, and it means nothing to you and you'll sell it out anytime. Something that you're not willing to believe in and you'll deny it. If that's the case, follow that that's what federal law means if that's the case Incoterm Viola Medina and if you truly believe that you're not accountable, Nadine means accountable. You're going to be held accountable Medini and if you believe that you're not accountable for anything, Donald your own or her in quantum Saudi theme, if you're truthful about that, and that's the truth. Hold on to it. Keep the spirit where you want to keep it keep it in that keep it you can keep it

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Oh, what about all the gadgets you made? What about the most elite ICU rugged guy keep it in that way? Oh, you can't we don't get stopped death by death a death ain't stopping. I know I know we think is not stopping the moment you're born.

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The expiry date for all of your origins is already stamped on it. You start wearing and tearing until until it doesn't work anymore. When you're young doesn't seem that way. Then you hit middle age and like oh

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I have to slow it down a bit. This is not gonna kind of turn out too well if I don't

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do these things upon OData you see when it's at the throat

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and you're all sitting there looking at that person you don't realize that we're closer to that person than you are if you believe that there's no accountability Keep it keep it in and keep it and hold on to it live forever. You can't what happens then recite the final piece of the of the sutra but I'm in Ghana Amina al Mukalla Robbie

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felt all working well while you had virgin tuna

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well I'm in Ghana I mean else hubby Leah mean

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best of luck I mean us her bill you mean

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so this is one of them we'll do that our six ball lien How do you know you can always it's an easy way to know what if you see them and then after there's a letter that has a shed on it so 100% going to be six count so that's like an easy way to do it if you see a med and after the letter that is said to on it you can immediately say there's going to be a six count is not gonna be four by Newzoo zunow mean honey

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were just slid to Jaffe him

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in her the who were happily ever been

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first step be bismi vehicle now we

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so he says to pilot with if I'm however if this person may have the macabre been if this person is amongst those who are drawn close if you go back at the beginning of the surah go right back to the beginning of sorts. Okay, because it all kind of adds up together when you do that. So you go back to the beginning and he says What sir before when I said the phone hola Erica Elmo Robbins. We are

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explained that's where they said that pioneers the pioneers the pioneers the ones those are the ones are gonna be drawn drawn close by that day that day they're brought close to Allah NO NO NO leave the group and come up here come up to the front come up close where people can see you. So if I'm making cadmium carbonate this person is lucky enough this person was fortunate enough this person worked hard enough that they ended up qualifying to be amongst those who are drawn close to him soprano with Allah may Allah make us amongst them say I mean yes the yes it's Yanni Tula to middle Oh, Willie in waka Lido middle urquidy. Yes, he said it's a smaller percentage of the later nations.

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But you know, what? What do you have to lose? Aim high. Aim i What? What is there to lose? Why not? You might not. Why is there a reason for you not to what would could possibly cause you not to, he's telling you, I gotta aim high. Aim to be one of those. But I don't deserve it. Great. Aim to be one of them. But I'm not good enough. Amazing. Aim to be one of them. Just try your best.

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No one deserves anything. What are you talking about deserve? Remove that from your vocabulary deserve? I can't deserve anything from Allah subhanaw taala? How do I deserve what transaction that work between me and Allah that allows me to deserve something? What have I offered Allah subhanho wa taala? What do I have, that he would be interested in? What do I possess? Or what do I own? That Allah Subhana Allah could benefit from nothing, there's no deserve. And here there's no the concept of entitlement is a is pathological if you use it within this context, obviously, but he's telling you aim high aim to be amongst them about Rabin. And if you are amongst them, Oklahoma being then

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Pharaoh often, although his ease row has calmness and serenity, wrote his peace of heart and mind. That's the first thing you get all the anxiety, all the distress, all the depression, all the fear, all the pain, suffering, agony, all the distress, all of that is removed from your mind is removed from your heart, you stop feeling that you stop worrying about it stops bothering you, and you're given a role. And the word that also comes like the word rule is the spirit. And real is wind, right? And lo has that meaning of it's like a breath. It's like something's been breathed into you. And it just takes that all the way. And suddenly you find this piece. You're at this trap. You're

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You're good.

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You're fine. You're You're finally fine. You don't need anything anymore. You just everything changes and now it's clear. Yeah, no, I'm good. No, I the realizations I've come to are now crystal clear. I don't I don't need anything. I'm not not running after anything anymore. There's nothing to run after. But oh, you're given role. The first thing understand what the Mikado being get. I talked about this in previous the higher levels it's not really the physical stuff. I explained this as sort of Rama in the beginning so to work out the higher ones is not the physical stuff. It's the other stuff is that oh, is that just ease we just find that something on the inside that just gives

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them

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you know what you're looking for what we're all looking for that thing that we're searching for we're running after trying to get you want you're trying to obtain it it's hard to find so we sometimes you give up to distract yourself so if we just keep moving just keep on looking forward to some other small little you know, joyful or instantaneous hire something maybe you can distract yourself from the fact that you're miserable on the inside. Maybe you can distract yourself from any site that you completely empty and you feel you feel lonely and you feel afraid and you feel lost or open just it fills it all up. It's all gone. And you're

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you're at peace you're calm you're happy. What I heard and beautiful fragrance was Yanina tuna Aina paradise of nothing but bliss onemain cada menos Hi billion Nene. And if it's the person of the group have the right the right group the group on the right.

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Salaam Alaikum in US Hi billion mean, we send you salaams from us, I believe me they all send their peace. Because they're all at peace.

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They send their peace to you because they're all at peace for Salah Molech here's a Salam to you from us. Hi, believe me, they're doing well. Because the reason he doesn't disappoint and he's like, well, well, maybe they are they're doing well. Are they somewhere in the middle or they're doing fine for Sailor Moon like they sent their salons to you? They're doing they're doing fine. They're doing great. They're amazing. They're happy. Don't worry about them. Don't say well, maybe there's none of that they're good. They're good for salaam alaikum. And I believe me while I'm in Cana in Animoca DD in Bali. So you go back to verse 51. Right Just turn the page look at the first word on

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top. If you find Allah subhanaw taala talking about the third group when he says herbal mesh Emma says herbal Shima and then he says DOMA in a coma you have ball Lunel mucus the bone and then at the end of the story is is when mankind I mean no Mackenzie de la lien

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because either or makes no difference. Whether you're stuck, this person denied openly, meaning it was given to them here. Here's the book of Allah and they said, No, I don't want it. No, I know. It makes sense. I don't want it. Here's guidance. You're like yeah,

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demonstrate I'm not doing it. Here's the here's the way to live life. Yeah, I understand but I'm not going to actually follow that. That's the key that's saying no when you know what's right, a baleen the last, the last flight, flock of people those are just those who are indifferent those are Obliviate those who just never no idea what's going on is don't care never looked into it deeply enough or profoundly enough to actually make an opinion they're just what kind of floating around last either or whether it's because the beam or it was violin, but no Zulu man Hemi then an accommodation of boiling water. What does clear to him and an entrance into a hill burning fire?

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To Billa May Allah subhanaw taala grant us dilemma from that

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when those little men have been with us, Leah to Jehane reccomendations will be boiling water and an entrance into a burning Hellfire when the other Billa

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he says at the end of this because what he says is in the herd indeed what you have just heard

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the who are happily appeal. This is the absolute

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absolute certainty of reality.

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So there's different levels of European yuckiness certainty. So you have your team, you're certain of something and then you have your enemy of team or you have certainty that's based on knowledge and you thought of things long enough so you have certainty that is that comes from comprehensive Candela Munna, right in Melia pin. And then you have a near clean, you have certainty that's based on one of your senses actually reaching it, you saw it or you're heard it. And then you have certainty that is based on experience.

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I can get the nice once you're in the midst of it. Can you deny it anymore? When you're standing right in the middle of it. When you're standing right there and you're experiencing Jamelia. There, you're watching the world crumble and your book is flying towards one of your two hands and the skills are being set up. And you're you see both destinations being paraded in front of you. That is no longer your theme and your theme. Orion your theme. That is Huxley Aquino, you've experienced it now is he thinks appalling today, what you just read is helpfully again, you may not have that yet. You may not know that yet. Doesn't matter. This is the absolute certain reality, and you will

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experience it yourself. You just have to decide what of the three options you want to experience if I use would happily have been here because believe me means means you're gonna experience it. And he's telling you what do you want to experience? You want to be if I'm gonna call it Robin, the moment your soul leaves your spirit user body is often what I can you want to be as Hi Billy, I mean, you're sending yourself down to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam because you're doing well. Or do you want it to be the third option in the law, who will happily accept what you have learned within this surah is the absolute certainty of reality. What do I do? I say Bismillah becloud to

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exalt. exalt Your Lord with his name. I said Bismillah exalt using the name of your great Lord. Subhanallah br Alim is what you say. So he recite this Surah At any time, the moment you say he says for the second time he's done it in the suit, all right. He didn't answer those philosophical verses that he talked about everything that he created for us upon. At the end of them, he told us step by step the have have exaltation, say subhanallah BLD. Because you need to understand that Allah subhanaw is not to be blamed for this stuff you don't like that's not how this works. You look at yourself, when you figure it out, you find answers from inside, you don't look at words. And then

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after he explains to us the pilot data, you see this book, I swear to you by the cosmos, and the positioning of every galaxy, and every aspect of it, and that is an oath, if you have the knowledge, you would know how magnificent it is, I swear to you by that, that this is a noble Quran, it's a well preserved in a well preserved archive only touched by those who might purified myself and he descended upon you as the Lord of the Worlds. So after doing that, are you going to tell me that you're going to sell out on pieces of it, you're going to go ahead and reward what I gave you by denying it. If that's the case, then please by all means, where's the spirit reaches your throats,

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as everyone sits around you looking at it, not realizing that I am closer to you at that moment than anyone could even comprehend remotely? And if you can at that moment, and you believe that you're not accountable, then by all means, hold down the spirit and keep it in the body. And if you can't, then no, it's one of three things are there going to be called upon as one of the ones who are drawn close? And if that's the case, then its ease is serenity and its tranquility and its beautiful fragrance and is it's a paradise of, of bliss and pleasure. And if you're called upon as being a group amongst the right, then you will give your salon's to those around you. And if you're called

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upon to be amongst the group that was lost or denied the truth, then the accommodation will be boiling water and

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The entrance will be a burning hell. Indeed this what you have heard is the absolute certain reality

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will exalt Your rate Lord with his name Subhan Allah bol Diem that's the end of sewer throughout Casablanca behind the Anastacio to believe God Allah set them humbling Are you sluggish range looking looking at it? I think we haven't announced they actually asked you to take a little bit longer. There's some food they're just getting some cutlery for So one more thing? Sure. So I'm asked to actually speak more

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it's never a good idea, honestly. But yeah, sure.

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Sure, if you want me to speak more, I mean I'm always happy to never shut up. Never give a * i microphone a number a smart thing to do. That is sorted out. So it allows I

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if I can be honest with you is one of the most please stay for the food. I know. You know, you want to leave a safe since they asked you to stay for the release date for the food. I don't want to go on any longer. But please stay for the food. You're here. Might as well enjoy some of the food. You're off tomorrow. Yes, yes. You don't even have a family day, right? Are you I'm not even married yet. Sit here.

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Sit here with me. I shouldn't be going home to my family just to stay here.

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Now we like we try, I forgot that they were going to make something and he put something for people to eat to hello, say hello, you're very welcome in Charlotte to come here more often, and create it please. And this halacha is the way I do my vision for it. And I've explained this a few times in the past. My vision for it is I do target young professionals and university students and people who are a bit older. And this HELOC is actually not designed for younger kids i The kids have because usually Saturdays when I tell the stories of the Prophet audience, and anyone can attend the story, because stories are fun and they're enjoyable. But this is actually designed to help you understand

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the Quran. I can't. I can't accept with a with a clear conscience that people who are Muslim, don't appreciate or love the book of Allah. It really does hurt me. Like I feel like I feel like it's one of the heaviest burdens that people like me carry, knowing that there are Muslims out there who don't understand the beauty, the profoundness the depth and the and the genuinity of the book that they carry it how How touching how real how beautiful artistic and philosophical it is it actually teaches you things that you cannot and will not find anywhere else you'll never find a place to learn this if there isn't any life will not teach you what Allah subhanaw taala has, has made easy

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for you to learn and it hurts me when I see Muslims who who are who don't appreciate that. Like they look at the Quran and tell them the Quran is just something they were told by just Wofford to memorize when they were in school. And they've been told by any one of the teachers that apparently memorize a small students or they got in trouble. And that's all that's the only attachment they have those little fights Yeah, because they have to pray. And I will tell you that is in the authentic growth in a formula and for every single prayer moving forward, and I feel it but it hurts me because that's so that's such you're you're missing out this is my you're missing out. It's not

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an issue of I'm not mad, I'm just I feel bad because you're missing out on the beauty of it, you're missing out on what could have been a life changing experience you if you could understand this part, but if you could it take time and if you're able to appreciate what he's talking about subhanaw taala appropriately and really allow it to sink in and take time to contemplate it on your own and reopen the book and listen to it and think about it and allow it to actually see there's three dimensions of the Quran. There are three dimensions to the Quran. The first one is when the Sunnah was really revealed to the Prophet it was good to walk out it's an early muck you see what I

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mean? You're talking the first six years of his prophecy. So the walk I was getting, the second dimension is where it is in the Quran. Meaning to walk Yeah, isn't the Mufasa is in the last kind of isn't the finale of the Quran is summarizing everything it taught, it's right at the end there. The third dimension is what it does for you. The third dimension of the Quran is how you understand how you comprehend it, what it actually does, when it touches your heart, how you feel what you understand what it does to help you be a better, that's the third dimension that we're missing. Because I can teach you the first two no problem. I can tell you, each student in the Quran, what it

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was revealed, where it is the Quran was what theme, it's based on what's surrounding it, but then that third dimension, I can't do it for you, I can help you try. But you have to do that because that's what it's for the Quran. This is what my teacher taught asked us to do. He asked us to recite the Quran.

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Do a hotma as if

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the Quran was revealed as if you were in the prophet is analyzed and placed being revealed to you, you asked to do that. So we did that and give us a year where I put myself mentally, what would it be like to be Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu he was it was a beautiful thing to do. Because for a moment, you can just maybe take the role for a second and be close to him at least so then try to imagine what he was going through when he heard these things and what you have to do. And that and then he asked us to do another Huntsman and this cotton was ongoing till this day and that was asked of me maybe 19 years ago. Say read the Quran as if it was revealed upon you personally. Read the

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Quran as if it was sent to you mean as if you're the person who was given this book to spread

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and teach people and to practice may act as if Allah subhanaw taala. Extended Tenzin on the road beyond me, we just recited a moment ago. Imagine that he descended it by the Moto hurryin of the melodica. But he descended upon you personally, you're the one who is receiving this revelation, you're the one who is going to take it,

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practice and spread. And that's an ongoing customer. I don't think that will ever end. Because once you start reading it that way it changes, it changes a lot about who you are, once you start looking at the Quran is not the book of some other person, not a book that you know, the shift.

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It's yours, it's yours, I am not more attached to this book by nature than you than you are. It's only whatever choices you and I have made in our lives to try and pursue that inshallah you will make better choices than I have. And you'll you'll be closer to the Quran than I am. But that, but that's a choice you have to make. You're the one who has to say, No, this is this is for me, this was the sense for me to learn for me to, to practice to change, and that the spread to other people unless you start reading the Quran that way, it really does.

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A lot changes, because we don't read it that way. We read it and we're you're learning from me, I tell you, this is what the prophet Isaiah was going through. This is the ASVAB. And so these are the the 90 surrounding circumstances of the revelation. And here's the story and here's all that but then you take a moment and recite it again and imagine that you're being spoken to personally by God being told these things as as a direct because that is the case. If you understand what the Quran is, that is the case here. Allah subhanaw taala is speaking to you personally, he is speaking personally to you personally. This is a this is a one way communication that is coming from Allah I

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specifically to you. Now what's left is the is this is the response. Because Because all communications have to be two ways. So what's coming down from Allah subhanaw taala has already been done, you're carrying it in your hands, it's on the on every shelf.

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What's left is what you're going to do with it? How are you going to live by this? What is this going to do for you? Are you going to grow with it? Are you going to allow it to be a part of who you are? Do you believe in it? Are you willing to defend it to practice it to the elevated status through your own choices and behaviors and then spread it to people so that they can enjoy it so that they can actually appreciate the beauty of what the Quran is,

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or whatever it is that you want to do is totally up to you. But this is this is the concept that we're being taught in the plant. And I must say, I don't want to say that this is some is a pet peeve. But

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I can't understand how a Muslim will go through years and years of life and not do that. And wonder why it is that their Deen isn't as strong as they want it to be, or that they're not as practicing as they would like to be. Or they're not as close to Allah subhanaw taala as they would hope to be? Well, he communicated to you and you're not like you're not taking that you're not embracing that communication, you understand what it means that ALLAH SubhanA communicated, like he sent something like he sent the communication, he actually sent a message. Think about that.

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The concept by the way, you can take a moment to actually

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reflect on it is this is a master's is very difficult to actually wrap your head around that Allah the Lord of the Worlds sent specifically to this small little blue and green planet a communication, here's something I want you to hear.

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And then people

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go on with their lives. If that's not the case, or they live as if it's not, it's not it's not relevant to them.

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And maybe non Muslims do, but I don't think Muslims should should be able to do that. I'm gonna end with that. If the food is ready, then you can eat it. And if it's not ready, then they can figure something out. Is it? Are we are we coming in?

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Okay, so And with that, inshallah Tada, I do, I do encourage you to recite a little bit of sorts of Hadith before we start next week, is because it is so as a lot of fun. It's a very interesting, the theme of sort of Hadid is extremely compelling. It's very relevant to modern days, like extremely relevant to what we're gonna I'm gonna hold on and I can tell you what it is just just to just to kind of give you a bit of a cliffhanger here. It's very relevant to what we go through today as Muslims living in this era. So it's very, it's very important, what I believe is one of the sources that it's a must if you if you don't, you should definitely resort to it and definitely understand

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what he's talking about. And a good exercise for you coming to these lessons and listening to me talk about these tools is trying to read a stood up beforehand, try to come to your own understanding of it and then listen to me comments and see how far how close and how far you were and what you really understood of it because that's helpful for you and it actually builds a skill set of doing to the book doing your own contemplation reflection upon upon the book of Allah subhanaw taala it's not a long sunnah, though, it's actually quite short. And and, and if you look at it, you'll probably be able to figure out a little bit of what it's talking about. It's the last

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comparison in this juicer. So from Puff Daddy that's the first cluster had eat is the last surah and this cluster next time will start after we've done it before Ramadan.

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I will start sorting Bucha data which is a new cluster of students and I am completely different theme completely different like so different it's almost like it's a complete shift of mine you're gonna be moved over to a bunch of asks I spoke to Phil and have a practice in a real and have loyalty and decision making to to hardiness just giving you the last comparison after you compare everything there's one more comparison that you need to make an order for all of this to work you said because right now you're supposed to have said yes y'all I want to be from you do

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we have to we have two things here. There are there's still a comparison there's two so two things that you have to think about and it's different because it's not you have to choose one or the other is you have to balance both of them. So no, that's not gonna be conditional.

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So Allah said them humbly Alright, so I mean, I smell the food. So please go ahead and have and enjoy some of the food forgive us for taking too long. I hope you have enjoyed the rest of your week and inshallah Baraka