Tafseer Surat Al-Waqiah (41-56)

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The Day of Judgment is a powerful event that affects everyone. It is important to know the rules and actions of the group who will serve and act as part of the marriage, and to stay on the journey of life. It is crucial to be balanced,les in power, and learns from mistakes. It is crucial to be aware of the consequences of death and the negative impact of hesitation and lack of control on one's behavior. It is crucial to remember the court's court ruling and not be convinced of one's actions and values.

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Hello hello behemoth hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam ala Carnaby you know how do you know Muhammad Ali he was so happy he Jemaine or bad ratio Allah, you continue from where we left off last week in the sea of swords. Wow, can we stopped at a number

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40. So can you continue tonight from item 41.

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So the lock eyes is simple in terms of the understanding of breaking down each theme, it gets

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a little bit more

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higher attention to detail to kind of figure out clearly what the what the string that kind of pulls the whole sort of together is a good luck guys. It's pretty clear within this

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cluster from from cough to Al Hadid, which is the first cluster of sewers within the fossil from path to a nurse. And the reason I'm doing these solos because I think that they summarize basically all of the values and principles of the Quran. And if you don't know the whole Quran by heart and you don't see yourself being able to do that in the near future, then I would totally advise to know from cough to unless you have to choose choose those ones, like a lot of people jumped into Bukhara, and they run through the first bucket up for a year and then they give up and then when you actually finish to buckle up because it's hard, but you want to memorize something that it will be extremely

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beneficial for you then just flew off to a nurse that those are forges. Amazing, you know, I needed the number of students that you know is very high. And the concepts that they're teaching are extremely important and very diverse. And if you're if you're if you have comprehension of them, then you're you're good. Here's why I explained them. There's like maybe my second or third time that I've been doing it in different languages. But I think I think it's totally worth your time. So there plus the first cluster of above 230, it just offers these comparisons. Just put some fun with your final two choices, or three sometimes

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each one kind of leading to the other. So Sukhov is the ultimate comparison between either walking the path of righteousness and how which leads to gender versus walking the other path about the falsehood leads to none. And you have to answer the question whether you're someone who was righteous meaning you live, and you live by righteousness for help, or you don't and if the answer is yes, you did this or after? And the answer is no, you don't have to continue to eat anything you just go home anymore. If you if you say yes, you can go to the one after that explains one of two things either you understand that you have purpose are you leave without purpose? Are you comprehend

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that you're someone who was purposeful, you know, Allah, Allah created unit, there's a goal for why you're here, or are there isn't? And if the answer is yes, you move on to the door and said, I do live with guidance or you live with no guidance, meaning you just figure it out on your own. And he says, I guess I want guidance, then sort of legend tells you what I'm going to, are you going to make their decisions based on knowledge and certainty or based on whims and desires and assumptions? And if the answer is no, I want certainty, then you go to sort of the cover that tells you well, then you must contemplate and reflect on the regarding the blessings you're given. If you don't do

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that they're taken away from you. And you're punished meaning they can they can backfire something good you're giving you don't use it well, it can backfire and be the worst thing that ever occurred to you and your entire life. You have to choose either I'm going to use it correctly or not. And if you decide to use the correct way, then it takes you a step forward and sort of Rama which is okay, both things, either you're grateful for them or you're not grateful for them if you're grateful for and this one happens if you're not in this what happens is it will act as and if you said yes to that then so it'll work as well then now you have to figure out what type of person you're going to

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be. There's only three types of people on the Day of Judgment. Either serve, you're gonna serve your own, the pioneers, the pioneers, or as hyperbole, I mean, the people, the busted people and people the right, I was hired when machinima was Hiroshima, the people, the ominous people are the people of the left. And

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the odds are pretty good, two or three odds in your favor. If you just figure it out a little bit, you'll be okay. But still you have to make a decision. This has to be something you figure out in terms of who you're going to be on the Day of Judgment, who in which group are you going to be, are going to be a part of because the groups that exist in dunya do not reflect what happens on the Day of Judgment. What we see in dunya these are the groups that we make made up we came up with them. You're hanging out with people who are similar similar to you and status similar to you in academic or education background similar to you and color your skin, maybe the language that you speak

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similar to you and only how much money you make or what groups you actually float amongst or what you do for a living or etc, etc. All these other things, all these other elements really define where we spend our time and who's around us when we spend our time.

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Normal pay at all that's thrown in the garbage bin.

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In the garbage bin is Bert, nothing's left. And then it's only three groups of people. And you're going to be inserted into the group that you have the merits and credentials to be amongst the marriage and credentials exist to milk Yama are very simple. They come back to what your values were, and what you did, what deeds you have in your book, and that's it. The letters that existed before your name and the letters exist after your name, the five lines that exist under your name when you send an email with that big in

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Lu signature that you got in the couple of facts, numbers and numbers, and the SEC doesn't do all that doesn't matter. No, no one cares. No one can no one cared. You just don't care, by the way to carry on no to but definitely one cares, then no one cares at all, then it comes down to something much more simple.

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What do you stand for? Who are you? What type of ethics did you carry? What was your moral compass? Like? How did you live your life? How you treat people around you? And what did you do with it the time that you were given and the knowledge that you were offered and the wealth that you carry? What do you do with all that, that's it. And then just based on the criteria that Allah subhanaw taala has, you're sent in one direction or the other, and some people will be very happy. And some people will be very upset. And some people were very surprised. Some people were very confused. Some people will be astonished and not sure why this happened to them. This can be a lot of mixed emotions on

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the day of judgment, because half you'd love to raffia. So to work, I explained that work it to alcohol when the inevitable event occurs. No one basically will try to guide you but no one can deny it when it happens Caulfield lotto raffia it will devalue some people and elevate the value of others, it's going to be very harsh, in terms of how it happens. And then Allah subhanaw taala went through a description of the three groups, and we spent maybe the last three or four sessions reciting the verses that Allah subhanaw taala used to describe the outcome for a Serbian boon for the pioneers.

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And as how will you meet the people, of the writer of the blessed group? You wonder why, why these two groups because Allah subhanaw taala looks at it as someone who didn't do the job at All right? Fine. We're gonna have to read it, we're going to have to read about them today. And honestly, even subconsciously, as I go through these verses, I, I always try to push those as much as far as possible, because it's hard to read these verses, part two here, what happens for those who completely refuse to listen to any of this stuff? And don't believe in it and aren't willing to take a moment and take a step back? Maybe and really reflect and comprehend and contemplate maybe what's

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going to come? But Allah subhanaw taala looks at it very simply, either. You listened. And you said no. So that's how Shimon we read about him today. Or you're listening said yes, that comes down to one of two things. Either you did mediocre ly well, alright. sounds horrible. You mean, or you excelled? Or you took this and you and you lived with it to the best of your ability? You sword. Your sword you did. So you were in flight the whole time? You understood what Allah subhanaw taala is teaching. You took it to heart, it really did something for you. And then you live your life based on it wasn't it? Wasn't that relationship of one day up? And one day down? It wasn't that

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relationship of barely making it? No, no, it was something where you were you were on. It was clear your your level of clarity was was the highest level degree, you were extremely clear on what you're going to do. You had an emotional attachment to it, and you move yourself on that line as quickly as you could. And that's what we hope to be whether Allah subhanaw taala terminal Oberlin a percentage of the first First Nations of early nations were clean and clean and a smaller percentage of the later nations. Number wise, we may be more. He said, clean clean is not a number, it is a percentage. So the early nations, there was a higher percentage of them who were going to be

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pioneers, the later nations us will be a smaller percentage, maybe the numbers are higher, because there's more of us. There's a smaller percentage. And the reason being is it's easier. It's not easier. That's a that's a that's pretty bad and bold statement Millis Allah forgive me.

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But showing perseverance. For those who are clear on it happens a bit more steadily than then being grateful when you have more than you need.

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We're just nations that came later that had way more than we require, like way more than what we need like beyond that, by far, it's not even comparable. Well, it's not even comparable. I think, unless you have study history, what I'm saying to you may not even know make any sense. But usually I just study history. Now. I'm not saying history that goes back like 1000 or 5000 years. I'm talking about just like 150 years ago, people did not live remotely close to the level of comfort, comfort that we're living in today. When you're innocent situation where things aren't working. If you're a clear, you can show perseverance and that can take you up really high. And the Sahaba was

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say that he said we live with the Prophet alayhi salatu salam we missed those days, even though they tied they tied rocks to their stomachs. They were so hungry, like I don't even know if we continent I don't know, maybe you do. I never tried that before where I'm so hungry to the point where I have to tie a rock and really hard so that my stomach is stuck to my my back and and there's no room anymore because what makes you hungry is the room. If there's if there's space, you have a big belly, if they get if your guestroom is big, and there's a lot of space you feel more hunger, the smaller it is, that's why they cut it off make a small little pouch, you don't feel as hungry

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anymore. So it's just it's based on that emptiness, the power and the emptiness needs to be filled. So it's an emptiness the bigger the emptiness the more the hunger. So they would they would squish their their stomachs to their back so that they wouldn't feel hungry. That's how hungry they were. It's insane. I can't comprehend that. Like even I think about it like how could you even walk down the street that way? How could you How could you make any decision of value like that but they did. They did. They didn't want they didn't really well and they will look back on those days in favor and those are the days how

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Could you say that you were starving? Yeah, but at least at least I knew who I was, at least I knew what I stood for. At least I knew why I was being persevered and who was going to reward me for it. But now that my belly is full, I don't know if I'm being if I'm being honey,

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grateful or not, maybe if I'm actually doing what I should do with the wealth that I have, and you're talking about people who didn't even own homes, like the Sahaba would say these things, the story is very, very hard to listen to, because the Sahaba will say this stuff, they didn't even have furniture in their houses, they never actually didn't own anything like and they were just feeling that just because they owned a little bit more than they did at the time. But the prophet audience loved was just where they didn't feel hungry anymore. They felt like, Oh, we've already broken the covenant with him. Now we have we have too much we have more than we need to

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understand our dilemma, because we're living in a time where we have way more than what we need. So being that level of showing that level of gratitude that will allow you to become one of the pioneers a little bit more difficult. It's not it's not possible. You didn't say none of the final nations, you said Pauline, less percentage wise, because harder to be grateful, because you can distracted by your wealth. And sometimes you can be misled by its existence where you know, I have it. So I'm entitled to do this, and this and this and this, and no one can tell you no, I can never tell you you can do with your wealth which you want. As long as you're not doing something haram, I

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can't really tell you. But at the end of the day, you have to remember that everything you use for yourself all the will that you take and you consume for yourself. There's a little bit of accountability that's attached to what you're up, I'm here to answer why that was the best usage for it. And was there a better usage for it than that, and where there may be something else you should be thinking of doing at the time, etc, etc. But no one can come and tell you It's haram for you to stop by yourself a nice car and have a nice home. That's all within your rights, and you should do it. But just know that the more you're given,

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the more you have more responsibility you carry and the more accountability there is You're welcome. And unless you are doing really well with it, there's a high possibility that

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the accountability may outweigh whatever higher you actually did with it, which is scary, which is why believe less. The second group we talked about, maybe over the last two weeks was horrible Yemeni males. How will you mean you describe their outcome, people have the right to blessing people. At the end, they're just a little bit. They also in general is a little bit lesser, not as high on the same degree or not same level, he says at the end Fula terminal Olina Ocilla, terminal askeleen a percentage of the early nations and the same percentage of the leader nations. So this Yeah, we have a higher probability of making it to that group, if you don't do as well. I don't

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believe in having low ambitions. I don't think it's appropriate I think it's actually very rude not to have a high ambition. I think for Allah subhanaw taala to offer you infinity to offer you immortality and bliss for you to aim low is a little bit rude.

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If you don't mind me saying it like it sounds a little bit nothing I can do can really add up or put me in a position where I am entitled or deserving of that if you think about what what is it that I'm doing right now in my life that makes me in any form or matter with any stretch of the imagination deserving of immortality with bliss with in a place where I'm finding pleasure, I can't really see anything we're doing to be worth it because at the end of the day, Allah subhanaw taala means nothing from us. So it doesn't seem like there's any fairness here I'm not offering him sustenance out of something that would make me deserving of that

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knowing that and he still offers you it here I'm going to offer you this

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and then you don't take it like no no I'm gonna a little bit lower I'm not gonna that sounds like too much work that's too much commitment now I'll just I'll do something less just can I just and that's what I find most mostly like I just want to enter gin just entry of course that's what we want but why aiming so low? Explain to me please just explain to just so I understand why are we aiming so low? was the reason because in dunya you don't aim low same person will aim so low for Jana but so high for dunya dunya they want everything they want the best of the best they want all that they they get it they want the best of everything and then creme de la creme for everything and

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everything I want I want to be the best quality and then I talked about gender I just want to be rolled and just just push someone give me a push and just right out the door publish. Why? Why is that slow? Why he's explained them but what's the reason? I mean it's one thing to say I'm not doing well look at it from a self accountability or self purification perspective that I'm not doing well don't deserve more than that. But for you not to aim is different. No, no, you have to have that ambition. That's why the prophet Isaiah Solomon was saying the Buhari call it is the ultimate Allah agenda when you ask Allah for agenda for Solu who will feel dose Allah Allah you ask him for the

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highest point and then the highest? You ask them to the point where only prophets and messengers and Olia and solid hidden that's it and shahada exist, even though you're like I don't I'm not like I don't deserve that. Of course you don't deserve anything. I don't deserve anything at all deserve let's remove the word deserve completely out of this equation deserve How can I deserve anything? What did I offer God to desert there's no the word deserve does not exist in this equation whatsoever put it aside. So then what is it that causes you not to pay him high? He offered it to you now aiming high you're saying I don't really want

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Did I don't really care that much? He doesn't mean that much to me. No thanks for the offer. But no, thank you. This seems a bit nice to hear. But I don't want to be in trouble on the Day of Judgment at all, maybe, maybe I'll you know, give a little bit of a push, I'll do something just so I'm not completely lost on on your multi AMA. And that's just not very respectful.

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That's missing something. So I don't even think people think like, that was hyperbole. I mean, I think it's hyperbole mean are people who try to be pioneers, but didn't make it

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sublinear people try to be pioneers, they try but that didn't work out. They made too many mistakes. So they were downgraded. But someone who's thinking with that degree of low ambition doesn't carry that much I fear for those who don't know, that doesn't seem to me like the right mentality doesn't seem like the right approach to me, Gary,

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because Allah subhanaw taala, it comes down to the intentions, the emotion, the feeling, the thoughts, why you're doing what you're doing the motives, as we looked at subpanel with Todd doesn't look at the way I look or my body or my picture, my face, looks at my heart looks at my, my intentions. And if those intentions that I have aren't the right ones, if I'm not thinking the right direction, I don't want things for the right reason. I'm not aiming for the right thing.

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And who knows, like you and I are in our Muslim just because Allah subhanaw taala is very generous with us. He's allowing us to continue to be Muslims. That's why Muslim and Muslim because my weaknesses have not been exploited yet. Hamdulillah this is the this is the this is the blessing of Allah subhanaw. And I'd be very grateful for that. Everyone sitting here, myself included, were Muslims, because Allah subhanaw taala sees our weaknesses is not exploiting them, does not put us in a situation where the guy goes after our weakness and we can't handle it anymore, and we lose our faith or we lose our commitment or adherence. That's the only reason we're Muslim. But Hamdulillah

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He says that time and time again, he teaches the same idea. I know if I did this too, this would have happened but I didn't do it too hard. I cause this this would have been the what I'll talk about today human authority has to do with fitness. We told the Muslims on the day on the day that he said when the trench was dug in 10,000 people were trying to basically destroy the Muslim told them had they entered many of you would have given up their faith wouldn't even hesitate. And then that didn't happen. They didn't enter and no one lost their faith. But he said that in the Quran anyways. How they entered many of you would have lost their faith. And you're saying I know by the

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way, I know how far I can stretch you before you lose it. I know I see it I see that weakness. Do you see it?

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That's the problem. Do you see it he sees your because you see it? No one else can I have no idea what your weaknesses I know what mine is. But my question is if you don't know yours, then you're you're rolling the dice honestly. You really are because you have no idea where your weaknesses are you can't fix it you can't fortify it you can strengthen it and then you ever How do you know that at one point in your life if you're stretched far enough and you lose it all? May Allah subhanaw taala protect all of you and myself when I say I mean but this is what we have to think about when we these verses. So reciting Charlotte today the verses that taught us how Bushman they're having

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their difficult because they talked about an aspect of

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about comes normal piano that many of us prefer not to think about but they're there and without them it's hard to actually to define motivations or recite them and I'll explain a little bit about them as we go along the shelf. I start with a number 41 historically welcome I always will be laying him in a shape on your body

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Bismillah here man your Wafi

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What else have you Shima Lima Abu Shima

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free sample meal we're having

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well we live in me

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love Barry Do you carry him

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in gun powder leather early camo offI

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so he uses the same description he used when he talked about how Boolean mean same thing as tribal yeah Minnie Mouse how Boolean mean the same thing at the beginning of the surahs horrible minute email cyber layman This is an Arabic phrase of figure of speech. And the purpose of it is just to tell you that matter of hobbies like almost a question and what do you know about them and what can we tell you about them there's nothing there's no words to explain me there's whatever it is I'm going to tell you about these people is not going to actually be able to fully get the picture across clearly so was harbor shimmery metals harbor Shima the people on the left are the people the

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ominous people Mao's hogwash him and what do you know about them? He said moving, what I mean? Well, they'll let me move in love reading with you

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So it gives us a few descriptions here. Subhana wa Tada. So moon,

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scorching heat,

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and how mean is boiling water and will it shade your moon, your home is a word the Earth would use to Arabic or Arabs would use to describe smoke, smoke that was so dark and so thick that if there was sun, the smoke would have a shade that of a shadow, like smoke, which usually doesn't have a shadow. But if it's thick enough, and it's dark enough, then it can actually block the sun it can have its own shade. So he's talking about subhanaw taala that in, in the hellfire, whether you're the biller

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working heat. Boiling water is shade, but from thick, dark smoke, and this shade is neither cool, bad hidden, nor refreshing what I carry, there's nothing good about it is shade is usually a really good thing. Shade is nice place to be always except in Jana Maria de Bellas neither cool, nor is it refreshing about eating well

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is not

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only a notice that when talking about fire, there is symbolism in it.

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Because fire is cleansing.

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Fire isn't, is a process of cleansing, anything that is going to be cleansed as usually boiled, or is put on in very, very high temperatures for a very long time to get rid of certain things out of it. So when you talk about fire, it's not just a pain, no, there's a concept of cleansing within that idea, which is why we have fevers. When you have a fever for 24 hours, it cleanses you, it gets all it takes out. It's there for a reason. Your body's like we have an intruder turn off the temperature. We burned them, we get them out. That's how they die. And then we put it down. Hopefully you don't die in the process. But that's how fevers work. So the concept of fire is

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cleansing. So when Allah subhanaw taala talks about the El fire, he's talking about two aspects, there's punishment, there is just punishment that has to be comprehended. This is what I intend to talk about this Friday. This wasn't planned. But then the hope was that I talked about achieving the balance. And I look at two

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things in Islam that may seem contradicting even though they're not understanding them properly is how you become balanced as a Muslim. What hope to talk about probably this week, is the fact that having just punishment is extremely important. It's important for a lot of things. Sometimes we will look at it from the wrong angle, and I don't I can appreciate where it comes from. But I don't necessarily agree with the with the aspect of well, you know, well, how is it that ALLAH SubhanA punishes people? Why would there be punishment? Imagine no punishment. Imagine someone walking around, just you know, mistreating people, murdering people in the millions, ripping them off

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completely just with no regard for human life or human wellness. And imagine them getting away with it and dunya.

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And there's nothing on the day of justments for them, to join them exists and exists for a reason. And there are people who need to go there.

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You may not agree with certain people going there. But I'm sorry to tell you, you and I were never asked, like our penny here doesn't really matter that much. Allah subhana wa Tada explained, this is what happens if you listen to what I'm saying, which is eternal, immortal bliss. And this is what happens when you don't. As human beings, we don't have the ability to comprehend goodness, without there being evil. We can't comprehend pleasure or leisure without there being pain. It's just the only way for us understand something is for the opposite thing to be there or else we can't really understand what it is. And that's how that's the only way that he would make to understand anything.

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And all of the technological and scientific advances that we have today come from just the basics, looking at one thing and the opposite. Just looking at outcomes. One thing happens this way, do it this way happens that way. You figure it out. I don't want that way i want this way. So you start doing it this way. That's all it is. And without an opposite, we can't even define anything. Without the opposite. We can't even define something. It's not definable without without the opposite being on the other side. Because that's how you define something you define it based on the fact that it has an opposite for it to be compared to comparison is really what we're the only way we can

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understand anything as human beings. That's why children who were born in his families where they've never seen a bad day in their lives don't appreciate what they have. And they never learn never appreciate what they have. And it's not their fault, because they never saw the opposite. As a father or a mother who didn't see the opposite. Who knows what it's like not to have what you need, who knows what it's like to be cold or to be hungry or to be sick or to be abandoned or to be alone. You appreciate what you got but they don't be candid their fault because they never saw the opposite. You want them to appreciate let them see the opposite in an in a controlled circumstances

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why parents are responsible for that responsible to make sure that their kids learn the difference with what they have. And having a not having it

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is so important. Friction

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If is the only thing that makes us better, it's friction, it's difficulties that you go through. Because you immediately appreciate, you immediately appreciate what you had the day before the moment is taken away, or even you're threatened to have it taken away. That's why people say people have these, they call them near death experiences, you know that that term, they come back, and they're all annoy everyone around them. Because they're all like, they're appreciating everything. And you're like, hell on the bed, but because they almost died, they appreciate it. Yeah, but it's real. When you feel like something's gonna take away from you, suddenly, you're like, Oh, that was

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actually a big deal.

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But there's no other way to appreciate things. So when Allah subhanaw taala talks about punishment of the day a judgment is there for a reason is there so that we understand why it is we work towards what we work to understand that what we do, we're accountable for it. That what we do has negative

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influence and the negative impact on ourselves on others in our lives, and that that doesn't go unpunished. That Allah subhanaw taala is offering you everything, with you not having the ability to give anything back in return that has any value or substance to him. subhanho wa Taala at all. Then if you can refuse to follow the basic commands, that is just punishment. Just it's fair.

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For it to be unfair, would tweet to me it would mean basically

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that you and I actually, were owed something.

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Think about this for a moment so that when you say these verses, you understand what I'm saying?

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What does Allah subhanaw taala owe us? You know, the word O means? What does he owe us?

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What does he owe us?

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Or if you are owed something, you have to have a right right? Or if for me to be owed something, there must be rights for me I have to have rights. If I have rights, then if you don't give me my rights, then I'm owed my right. So with Allah subhanaw taala as a human being as a servant of Allah, what does he owe me? What right do I have? What rights do I actually have?

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Nothing beyond whatever Allah subhanaw taala decided to say that he's going to give me but there is no regulatory body that oversees what Allah subhanaw taala does with people.

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The concept of volume that Allah subhanaw taala talks about in the Quran oppression, and he says, I will never oppress you, just so that you understand whom you'll never be treated unfairly on the day job, that's a given never, you won't, whatever it is, you will never be treated unfairly. No one will be treated unfairly. So don't worry about that. Don't waste your time worrying about people who didn't get Islam or weren't presented this or don't worry about that. Why are you worrying about people that you have no control over? Don't worry about that Allah Allah is not unfair, he'll that will be completely taken care of what you should be worrying about is you really the person who is

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worrying about is you because you were given so much you were born Muslim and from from majority people, you're born Muslim, you know, the Quran, you are good. And then what do you do with all of it? That's what you should be worried about. As someone who has given nothing. You should be worried about what you did for them how little you did for them, that shouldn't be the worry.

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For us to think that we are owed something by Allah Subhan we have rights is ludicrous. This is insane. What is it? He owes us? Nothing? subhanaw taala? There's, he can't even meet Allah. How does he oppress His servants? If they're owed nothing? If they have no rights, he owns he owns me. Forget about owning my, the body that came from the soul of the earth. He owns my soul. I own nothing of myself. It's what he gave me it's all Allah subhanaw taala so I'm Allah says property in every sense of the meaning by by definition, that's what I am. The How does he? How does he approach his own properties of volatile it's not possible.

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When you think about that incident, the level of relief, the nature of the relationship that we have with Allah subhanaw taala has to be has to be properly understood.

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He's offered us all that even though he owns everything. We're Allah subhanaw taala his property. He's offered us immortal, eternal bliss.

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And we said no.

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We said no, we don't want it.

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Everything else you said before be handy. Everything exalts Allah subhanaw their own way. And we said, you know, I'm not interested. I'm not interested.

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And then I have the audacity to say, Well, why would you punish me?

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I mean,

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it's one of the one of the unknown philosophers say there's no extent Everything Is Everything has a limit. Except one thing is what he said. Everything has a limit but human arrogance. Everything has a limit but no limit to human arrogance. We have the ability to be the beyond beyond arrogant.

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i He owes me nothing. He already gave me everything I have. He's offering me something that is not even imaginable. I can't really imagine it. We recited these three weeks. We recited the verses that talked about gender we can't really fully comprehend them.

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I understand exactly what's waiting.

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And yet he's saying if you don't, it will be fair. Your punishment will be fair, but is there and we still sit down waste time arguing.

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It's cleansing though. That's the point of it. As far as cleansing, but some people it just takes a long time to cleanse them. Or maybe they're uncomfortable because they have taken on something that's almost unfixable because Hibu shemale emails have Oshima, Lisa movement or Hamid mean, although Lindman Yamo Milla reading will agree me Allah Subhan Allah protect us from all that. So yeah, I mean,

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but then he starts to explain Subhanallah why he didn't explain that for the verses before. I don't know if you read them with us. He didn't talk about they just talked about the bliss. He's talked about the pleasure of Jana did not say anything about what they did. They didn't say a word. But when it came to this one, these people, it's hard to explain. In no unkind or popular Gallica Mottola theme indeed, prior to this, they were in a state of

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excessive leisure a tariff. A tariff is when you have way more than what you need. That doesn't mean everyone who has more than what they need is going to Gehenna that's not what this is saying. It's pointing out a problem that they were given what they needed, and more. However, they didn't use it in a way that that they should have, or that they could have, or that maybe was obvious to them that they would have in a different scenario in the home Colonel Coppola, Danika, Nutrafin, they were doing really well prior to this. They had everything that they needed. Let's read the verses after to see what else he says upon so you don't think that it's just about it's not it's not there's

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nothing wrong with having dunya

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nothing wrong at all. The problem is, is that I imagine the Sahaba did, but they just the problem is how you use it, what you do with it, what it means to you, where it falls within your mind in your heart that's the problem with it is this it's not it's not that the fact that you haven't actually and if if possible, go out and be you know, don't become rich. No. Become like the richest person ever. Go make some money, go make all the money. All of it you make all of it will make all the money they say there's 10 people own go become the one person who owns everything and then take that and use it the way it needs to be used.

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There's nothing wrong with becoming extremely wealthy. The problem is that what are you gonna do with all that? How are you going to use it? What does it mean to you? Do you have it in your hand? Or is it do you own it? Or does it own you? Is it Do you possess it? Or are you possessed by it? So these are the questions in the home kind of popularity camel trophy and they were in a state of excessive leisure that is the that's not the problem. The problem is

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going to recite and show it together. No. Okay. What can you see on Runa island in theory, are we

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what can we or guna either meets now we're going to rob

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we're going to draw them on your wall and then in another room.

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nice to meet

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So prior to this, they were in a state of excessive leisure locality, you will see anything of a man they were very

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adamant. You assume someone who insists on something when you assist or something is wrong, what can usually be assisted or you're adamant and unhelpful.

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Stand by the horrible lie is when you make a statement that is false.

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And they use that to point out someone who was an oath that is that is incorrect or that he knows is not that they know is not the truth. Allow them the the the master the Great, the great this falsehood that they that they stuck by. And there is this man here this general comprehension of shirt of not believing in the law not accepting or not looking at it as the reason for why someone is around or the explanation for life itself. But and then we'll go on to say I ran it in our community robber why one will tell you that if we die and we turn into soil and bones are in number three that we are going to be resurrected again. Our

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balloon and our forefather was well, that's

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fine if we die and that happens. Maybe you can patch this up together. But what about

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The people have been dead for like 1000s of years, there's nothing left of them. There's nothing at all. I don't know if you've ever been to a cemetery. But people have been in the ground for 15 years, and there's nothing left in there. Empty. There's nothing at all. It's just nothing. They're just maybe remnants of the white cloth that was put down in with them, is it I think left, the first is gone and taken into the earth. That's it. You don't exist anymore. As far as we start, like their bodies are preserved down there God. And Allah subhana talks about it, well bring him back, or bring them back down to the detail of their fingerprint.

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And bring them back with their fingerprints are gonna patch them up like some

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poorly put together clone, but come back with it with their fingerprints, exactly the way they were before. The problem is not that they were in leisure alone. But that Legion led them to say, You know what, there is no God. And if there's people doesn't care about us, and if you listen to these amazing arguments,

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there's there's no way we can design this idea of life after death is all? No, there's no life after death. The problem with that is accountability. When you don't believe it, you would love to understand explain to us and it's very important. I hope you take a moment to listen to this clearly. Let's say you say I believe in accountability, I believe in but are you even bad everywhere, you should definitely believe in resurrection because you're Muslim. By mistake. By default, you leave the resurrection. But if you believe over action, that you live a life well, you you harm other people, and you don't follow the rules, and you take what is not yours. And you have

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no feeling on the inside. That is a problem that I didn't want. If you really believe in God, just a slogan, it's just a nice thing to act like believing the resurrection means that every step you take, you're wondering, how is that going to reflect on my performance here, mostly on my file review, when I have to stand in front of God, what's going to happen based on what I'm doing right now. And it has to be the number one thought that you that you have before you make a decision of any sort is the regulatory body that you have is your

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resurrection. So the problem that I'm not surprised that I have with the people who say there is no election, that the state has no accountability, which means they have no reason to listen to anybody to follow what other people have to say. That's that's basically the problem. So moving issue now is that what do I do in a time when I have people who don't believe in his election, but behave like they do, and people who believe directly, but they haven't, they don't be very confusing for someone like me, I don't know what to do anymore. I don't know how to talk about these things in a fashion that makes any sense. Because you've learned to people who don't believe that I think that there's

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anything however you look at how they live, and they seem to live like they do. They seem to live a life where they care about me, they're extremely sensitive to how they're treating other people and what they're doing to others. And they love the people.

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They look at how they live their lives. Believing that you understand that when you speak that way, or you treat someone like that, or you got a you ripped them off in that fashion that you're going to be held accountable for it and number danger when you pay what has been done on the other side. That is some of them and have been very, very confusing is very hard. Because there's a there's no discrepancy between what we believe claim to believe in, you can believe is now just become just an atom. Just a

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cultural, you know, disclaimer, by the way, this is what I believe in. When Muslims I believe 123

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Do you

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know, honestly, is this is what you believe in pocket, if you do then you must rock must be awesome. Must be great to be around you. Because someone who knows that you're gonna be held accountable. Everything they say, must really wash their tongue, what they say, must be very, very attentive to how they treat people around them they must be or because they believe in accountability on the Day of Judgment, they must do it. But if they don't, then it doesn't matter. If after I die, nothing matters. I turn into nothing. I get dissolve into nothingness. And that's it. I'm gone. I'm just a memory for those who maybe live a couple of decades after me. And then maybe if a couple of

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grandchildren decide to remember me that's in May, after that I'm done. It was I read a book or something and someone reminded me because they quote my book, otherwise I'm dead. It doesn't matter anymore. They don't how much weight does it carry? Really? In terms of decisions I make? Why would I? Why would I be selfless? Why would they care about justice for all? Why would that matter to me to begin with? It's very hard to convince someone who doesn't believe in anything, that these things need to be adhered to. Why would I live in a certain way? Why do they behave in a certain manner. But if you do believe in after in life after death, and that there will be accountability and that

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your decisions are actually do actually matter. If someone is keeping record and is going to come back and get out to look at it and read it and talk about it. Then you're gonna be very mindful of every decision that you make very mindful and care about think about it for a long time.

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I find that as Muslims, we've lost our way a little bit with this stuff.

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That's an understatement.

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problem here

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is a real problem.

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A lot of talks about the lack of belief in the Day of Judgment. He's not talking about a statement that you need to put on your Facebook profile, or something that you explain to people in a, in a social gathering. He's talking about the influence of that belief on you as a human being. Allah subhanaw taala sees thoughts, beliefs and actions to be as when they come together. You say you believe in accountability? Yes, then that must be apparent on the way you live. It must be if it isn't.

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What is that called in Islam?

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does have a name?

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Has a big name called me *.

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The big name. The problem too.

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One of the most difficult things that Allah Subhan Allah talks about in the Quran is Mullah Filene, those who say something, do the opposite. Say it again continues to do the opposite. No repentance, no self accountability, no remorse, no regret, no plan to get better. Nothing just does how I am. I believe in accountability, but maybe not on me. I believe everyone else will be accountable. But I know I have a VIP card.

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father or mother.

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This is this this? When Allah Subhan Allah talks about these belief systems in the Quran, he's talking about their effect on you. When he says what kind of rule now let him fill Aleem.

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And they insisted on that horrific ly, which is sugar Association. How does that affect you? That's just a is that just a claim? Just a belief? No. So hate is the most effective belief. It's the most effective, it's the most single effective clause of belief that ever existed. Like out of everything that you believe in that one word hate is the one that has the most effect on you, as a human being. It changes everything, it's a game changer by it every form of the matter. The word can carry every aspect of the word. When you say La ilaha illa. Allah, that means you're saying that the lines that are drawn from me come from one source, this source is not a source that I can negotiate with. It's

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not a source that is equal to me. So I can argue and debate it. It's not a source that gave me the ability to push the line when I don't feel like it. It's a source that is defined, that is omniscience and that has ordered us all wise, and that is going to hold me accountable. So when he says that Zina is haram is haram, it doesn't matter when I'm living or where I'm living, or what's happening around me or the temptations or blah, doesn't matter. He says haram done. You can drop me in 13 120 130. In year 3000, you can drop me anywhere in the world. If you believe in Allah, it like drop you there, you're gonna continue to observe that line, because it wasn't drawn by a human being

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wasn't put there by some by some Parliament or Google, it was put by God. So it's done. That's what he does for you to hate makes sure that your values are no longer any variable. They don't change anymore. They're not they're not moved in right or left. They don't change with time. They're No, no, no, they're there. They're set always will be.

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And that goes for everything. You don't kill, you know, steel, you're not, you're trustworthy, you're loyal, you're honest, you don't harm people. These are lines, you observed that you don't drink alcohol, hollows, doesn't matter. It doesn't matter what they say and what they do and what's happening around you. You don't do it. Why? Because that's the line was not drawn by a human being. Not because I said I am completely worthless to you. When it comes to that. I just am worthless to you. You're doing it because Allah subhanaw taala said he's doing my job is to try to interpret for you what he's saying. And if I don't do a good job, you get rid of me but someone who doesn't in a

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better fashion. But really what you're looking for is What did Allah say? Because he is he's drawing lines. Where are the lines here? They are good. That's what they'll hate those to Allah subhanaw taala does saying oh, the people didn't say Allah, Allah and Allah and believe in back there in Jerusalem. He's talking about people who didn't believe them and then live the life that reflected that.

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Those who didn't believe in these things and live the life that reflected that those are the ones in Jannah. What about the ones who say they believe in we've lived a life that doesn't reflect that? What about them? What about someone says that, you know, halal, I believe in resurrection, but there are lines are non existent. There are no lines, they don't care at all. They do whatever they want.

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They don't care they don't believe they will leave, didn't even take the time to read to see what lines he drew. And what he said was accepted, acceptable, what he thought what he said was prohibited for those who live a life and don't even think about accountability on the Day of Judgment. But they say they do. What's the point? I don't know. You can say what's going on? I don't know.

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I'd have no idea. I just make dua for them that they find their way eventually because I can't imagine it's gonna be I can't imagine it'll be great. I can't imagine it.

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The Quran talks about two types of people.

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People who c'est la ilaha illa live by it and what they get and people who don't say it and live the opposite and what they get the people in the middle

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Yeah, we don't know, someone who doesn't believe in anything but lives like they do. Someone who says they believe in everything and don't live like that. I don't know, the quad doesn't really talk about them very much. But he says this is a form of Nipah virus, a gray area, they're going to be held harmless damage or whatever they're gonna be held to. We don't have clear definitions. The Quran talks about the tool in Arizona on raw metal, solid, hot, oh Cafaro was double those who just believed and lived like it, those who believed and did what they were supposed to do, and then everything in the middle. I don't know. I just, I'm just trying not to be those. And you should be

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trying not to be those to try and get yourself over here where it actually works.

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But that's what he's saying this.

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The ones who were living in excessive leisure,

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held on to that horrific ly of ship, and the ones who believed in no resurrection for anybody.

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But he's talking about the impact of that, not just the abstract thought of it.

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Whole, the prophet Allison here is told say this in a Wehlener. Well, he tell him the First Nations, the early people, the ones who there's nothing left of them anymore, what am I sitting in the later ones, lemma, Jumeau una isla Merpati, Yeoman Milu will all be gathered to an appointed day to the timing of an appointed day. There's a point there's an appointed time within this long timeline that we're a part of. There's an appointed moment, appointed moment. On that day everyone will be gathered everybody from the Middle East and you're the last person that's going to be born on the face of this earth. We will all be the record brought back to one spot, one moment, not going to

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happen in groups not going to happen

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throughout a long period of me one day one gathering. That's why Allah subhanaw taala said he or Lisa be judges quickly and don't worry about it. Worrying about getting in line how long you have to wait don't worry about that's taken care of for you worry about it's like everything in the quiet say don't worry about this, don't worry about that. Worry about one thing, worry about what you're doing right now and we're going to be in your book and then how you're going to actually argue it because you have to defend it. You have to stand on the edge of human defend what's in your book to defend what you did. And that's what we have to all worry about. Let's recite the last piece of

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these verses. Next week is a very philosophical the verses are extremely philosophical very very deep. I hope you attend them they're beautiful he was hoping to actually make it today but we're not going to do it so what we're saying inshallah just the last piece of this chapter in the movement once you go

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in a new hub mall Luna the moon

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whatever you see a mid and after it is a letter with the shutdown it it's a six count all right so that's why ba alone is six counts because you look at the elephant the accuracy the lamb and there's a shutdown and that's like almost a there's no exception to that rule in the court if you see a med and right after the med like the cowboy hat and then after that you'll see a letter if the letter has a shutdown It is six count automatically for anything so you just go for six and that's what this one is here that's why we're gonna do the Aryan well ball is also a six count it should be it should be six counts when you when you do the

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key to naming shattering means to two

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family una Amin halibut

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fishery Munna Isla de Meenal honey

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first Sherry Munna shorten bellissime.

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Zulu muddy

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So, this is chapter supine or without as well can you see through my intercom and then after that, are you a balloon omocha debo talks about the two

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types of people we're going to punish on the Day of Judgment

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all throughout the Quran

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that's why in the Quran you have been certified to when you recite it you will be either him will have been there's two types. Nobody in the ones who have bought upon themselves Allah God's wrath by consciously consciously refusing to listen to what they're being told they're consciously refusing to accept Allah subhanaw is teaching and then unbelievable is someone who's misguided who's lost who's lost someone who didn't take the time to actually think about things who's completely lost

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hear the same thing and then after that, are you are you are you outbound? We're not talking about you guys. But Allah, actually speaking to them specifically, it's a direct speech to them. Are you out by Luenell McCarthy moon, all the ones who are misguided and last, and then because the moon the ones who deny the truth, and I'm talking about the grip so many times that I feel like a broken record, but I'll just point it out.

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One more time for you that because he was a very specific word in the Quran is very important to understand is given the Cofer covenants disbelief covered or disbelieving. We have no idea why. It's just it's just a common it's just a word that is umbrella phrase go for someone doesn't believe in God, or refuses. We don't even know why have no tech theme means someone who doesn't believe in God, but is going against their best judgment in doing so.

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The meaning they it was presented to them, it made sense. It seemed like the right thing to do. They said no, for some personal reasons that they have, which is different go for it could be based on lack of knowledge could be based on misinterpretation mis mis representation could be something like that. It could be like that has been covered. That busy because that's a way No, you're even not even caffeine. It's always little McKenzie beans always all the time you find from because they've been all throughout the Quran, the ones who were presented this, it made sense to them. It seemed like the right thing to do. They had no better alternative theory to anything that they had in front

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of them. But they said no anyways, for some personal reason or personal agenda or some assumption or whim or desire that they want to follow. So Allah subhanaw taala talks about these two groups of BA Lu, the ones were misguided with them, because they weren't the ones who consciously said no, we're not going to listen to it. And this is the scary piece that we have to kind of think about for a moment. Because you're not Democrats hamdulillah we're not McKenzie be everyone here is not someone who was presented this and said No, everyone is here it was presented this and said yes, we accept but a bola which is being misguided or, or lost. That's a scary one.

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It's scary. Because you could easily be misguided and lost. You could have said yes, but just not. You weren't fully committed or you were too distracted, or we didn't take enough time you don't invest enough time in learning what's correct and what's not. And, and you could have easily just got

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taking history happens all the time happens all the time. People start out good intention, because time then they don't know enough commitment, not enough realism.

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And they just get slowly distracted to the point where they don't even know. But they believe in anymore. What they represent or what they're supposed to be doing happens too often in this world. It's scary because Allah subhanaw taala here is not just talking about him, because the being that hamdullah we're not amongst them. But he also talked about Darlene it's in the fountainhead that you read every day.

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You ask God everyday 17 times, Oh, my Lord,

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guide me through that righteous path, that straight path not the path of those who have brought upon themselves Your wrath by refusing you or denying you, nor the path of those who are completely lost and misguided. We asked him not to allow us to be misguided 17 times a day, every day. Don't Don't Don't make I don't want to be misguided. I want to be lost. Because it's a real threat. Because it's because it's an option that's out there at every moment for us to be misguided to be lost. May Allah guide our hearts and show to what is good, but this is the fear

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Qilu and I mean szegedi Means ACOEM Oh, those who were lost and those who refused and denied your Lord, you will eat from a tree called the comb.

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I'm early on I'm inhalable toe and you will fill your bellies with it for Shari boo and I lay him in a hemming and you'll drink boiling water on top of it for Sheree Boo nasura Bella Him you will drink it like thirsty cattle and him is the plural of how is the plural of hum and he was talking about a certain type like when when camels come and drink so a camel camels are him that's the plural of them. So shorter below him you'll be drinking as if you were thirsty camels like as if there was nothing else today your

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shirt even when I showed him

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showed your resume as described in the Quran many many times in Nigeria fitting it along with wall in in in the shower to Raju VL stager Haney Apollo haka and know who rules to share clean but in the home lucky ruin I mean her family wound I mean hell baboon

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doesn't produce the beautiful fruit that the trees and Jana produce. It doesn't produce something that will get rid of your hunger. It won't fill your belly with with nutrition and allow you to feel they get know. You'll eat it, but you're the biller and it'll fill you with nothing. You'll drink on top of it. Boiling water will we will not quench your thirst. You'll drink as if you've never drunk before or drank before you'll drink like thirsty candles.

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However, this is new zoom, Yama, Dean, this is the accommodation of the Day of Judgment. wouldn't use it.

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If you go to an Arabic country, so hotels and motels they translate those words to nuzzle because that's what they're translated to like a no zone is a place that you come to rest after

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are a long travel. So Allah subhanaw taala is saying their accommodation, the hotel and the motel that they'll come to to the state, and the judgment is placed like that, or they will eat Michelle, you have a means of going there, three of whom will fill their bellies with it. And they'll drink boiling water on top of it as if they've never drank before. This is the recommendation of the Day of Judgment.

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Why is exactly why do we always talk about these things here? Let me let me get you to think about this for a moment.

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If you were going on an endeavor,

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and I failed to tell you that if you made a certain mistake, you would go to jail.

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Would you forgive me if you made the mistake, I went to jail.

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Right if you're going somewhere and I feel who's supposed to tell you that, by the way, if you do this mistake, you can get them. But if I fail to do it, you'll never forgive me for it. But if I failed to tell you that if you do this good thing over here, you did this one thing, you Oh, you'll get like a reward of some sort. You may forgive me for that one. You may be okay with that. You'll still be not to be too happy about it. But but if you had to choose you'd right. You want me to tell you what not to do. So you don't get punished. You definitely need to start with that. Start with that, tell me what I shouldn't do. So don't get in trouble. And then if you have time, tell me what

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I can do. So the Quran talks about punishment because it's very important for you to know now because Allah subhanaw taala wants to punish people, but understand that this is a reality. It's a reality and it's there.

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No about it and know about it well, that you don't come in no PMSA I had no idea No one told me. No one told me that there was this was an option. I thought it was just either general or nothing this

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there's punishment. I someone should have told me that. The Quran tells you that because not being told that can be a problem for you. You'd rather hear it that's what the body is taught to us. It is basic function was the healing to do it bring you the good tidings, the glad tidings of a beautiful future. Anyone give you the the warnings of what may occur if you don't listen? US Hibu Shimoni mouse hobble Shimon not a group you want to be amongst. He says subhanaw taala. When he talks about the Quran, he says what Allah who talks about gender in the Quran is with Allah whom you are Aluna ie Kashi, and I mean a

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young Varuna you know, parrafin coffee, and you will see them on the Day of Judgment, as Jahannam is being paraded for them. The proper audio sources I'm telling you, I'm never going to be brought by GE or you may even be Jahannam be brought in front of people you might even get a couple insertable and local vicar and at that moment, every human being will be very, very self accountable will be extremely you'll remember everything you'll know what you should have done for clarity will be hyper like that so quickly, but it's too late. If it is, it will be brought to be dragged in front of people upon it 70,000 change on each chain 70,000 of Allah subhanaw taala is melodica pulling in and

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containing it so it doesn't devour everyone standing on the Day of Judgment is right as it is paraded in front of them in I don't know. Johanna Yo Ma e then they'll care theory in our bar. So it's a parade here. It's a display

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with the IRA. And when they're looking at it, you're all doing it when it when it was being displayed for them. Cause she ate the food there in a moment of complete humility

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and weakness

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and helplessness Jamboard and parrafin coffee when they look at it, they can't they can't look at it. Because they can. They can look at it so hard to look at today. So we look at it from a hidden angle we look from but just from the corner of their eye, they don't dare fill their eyes with it. You want to look at Janome with their flights and you just can't let couldn't lomatin Jaffe how you see every nation on their knees.

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Why because their knees buckle under them from fear. If your knees have never buckled under you from fear that said hamdulillah it's a horrible feeling to horrible feeling for your knees to for you not to be able to stand up anymore. You're so scared from something that's happening on the Day of Judgment every nation will have their knees buckle under them from fear and then the look they wouldn't dare look with their fly says or just look with a with a corner of their eye.

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I wonder what they're seeing.

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I wonder what's happening in front of them that makes them feel that way. Think that way, behave that way. Whatever it is, I'm pretty sure you don't want to be there on that day. That everyone's there. By the way. This doesn't happen to all of human the human race. A lot of people out there don't even know about it. In the Levina subaqua tilahun Mandela husana who they are eager and humble but I don't those who Allah subhanaw taala has given them personally the the the badge of excellence are going to be far away from it. There is no owner has isa they don't even hear it's it sounds the noises Gundam comes in it comes it makes noises it makes sounds

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they don't even hear the sounds it makes

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The cardhu Tamiya zoomin Allah you have gentleman's almost tearing itself apart, out of anger over what the human beings have done. Why? Well, let's take it from John's perspective for a second before we and this halacha.

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As far as it's concerned, everything that is created by Allah subhanaw taala follows Allah's rules, everything itself. Janna,

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the universe, all of the galaxies, all the stars, the suns,

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all the planets, all the living things, they just exalt their Lord in their own way, everything continues to rotate counterclockwise around your center, just the way Allah subhana told it to. We'll continue to do so until it no longer exists. Everything follows the law of God. Everything does. The only thing that doesn't is the human being engine.

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Human being has the ability to say, Now, I don't wanna I'm gonna do this thing over here. Yes, but yeah, I know, I don't care, I'm gonna do this thing. The only living the only creature that can look up to God and say, You're not there. Or I don't care, or I don't want to listen. Or whatever it says is the human being. So for every other creature it looks at as saying what a docility What, Where do you get the

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arrogance or courage to do this from? Where is that coming from? Look, are you? Are you that powerful? Are you that? Are you that big? No, we're not the biggest creation, not the strongest creation. We're not the best looking creation. We're not

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maybe we're the smartest creation maybe I don't even know that as far as we can tell what we seem to be. But why do you have this brain is so that you can understand them? Subhan Allah Tada. So you'd actually comprehend what he said what he's saying, because if you didn't have that, then there'd be no point. You can access a four year old to sit and this Allah can listen to anything I'm saying. That guy said a word. You're given that strengthen your that mental that metacognition that you carry it just so that you can understand Allah, explaining, then you use it to actually argue with Allah refuses teachings or refuse. So Jana was not happy. Just like most of Allah subhanaw taala his

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creations aren't.

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This is the end of this chapter in surah. Tilapia,

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it talks about a scary outcome, make your choice of what type of person, the choice is going to come once more before the soul is ending. At the end of the surah, he will give it to you again three times this choice comes in social work three times the beginning, was was 31 or 39 minutes. And then he goes again, talks about them again. How will your New Year's how Bucha and again, and then at the end of the story, does it again, here are the three types of people. Which one are you make a choice? Which one are you going to be amongst human PM, my advice to you is aim high, aim high because the higher you aim, the farther away you are from what he's talking about here. subhanho wa

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taala, which is not an outcome that any of us hope for ourselves or those whom we love. We end with Isa 56. Next week, I would advise you to read these verses from 56 to 74.

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That's what we'll be reading next week. These verses are extremely, extremely deep, very profound, almost like takes a moment to figure out why they're there. This whole sort of just talking about outcomes and types of people. You're welcome in the middle of them these verses that talk about something completely different. For 18 Mattoon of a writer Matt Hawthorne of writing will Mallory Tasha Boone arrivato manera lotto Tarun What about your own creation? What about

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the food that come from the plants that come from the earth? What about the water that comes from the side from the sky? What about the fire that you used? What about those

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those very is worthy of taking a moment to think about them and with that inshallah Tada hope that was a benefit for you. To Panoramix in order to break or sell Allahu wa salam ala Nabina Muhammad in early he you're such a big mean, he's like going to LA halen Baraka la he couldn't have an extreme show listed on when you thought about it.