Adnan Rajeh – Tafseer Surat AlKahf #13

Adnan Rajeh
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We stopped last time. Number

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61, we finished the page basically only read to AI. And the reason we didn't read very much last time is because I took some

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I spent some time talking about the story itself and building some context, so that it makes sense. Inshallah, this is a third story within South Africa.

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The focus of this story, the first one was the idea that theology, the second story was talking about wealth. And the third story is going to be talking about knowledge, these sort of gives us the four elements that with your use, to build yourself personally, you build societies and civilizations with these are the same four issues that if you manipulate, they can cause a lot of fitna and there are tools that are used for hire or for sure, based on how what you want to do. And the third one is knowledge and, and the story for it is extremely symbolic, and it's very deep minutes is a story that is not repeated elsewhere in the Quran is only in one place in the whole

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Which is, even though we have Musa Ali Salam everywhere in the Quran, almost, you know, there's a number of students that don't have him or listen to the number of students that actually have his stories within them. And yet, the story that we are reading into the Gulf is not quoted, cited or referred to anywhere else besides here. And it's a story where Musa alayhis salam is asked by one of his one of many,

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who is the most knowledgeable person and moves out he said, I'm based on what he thought was the right answer was he thought it was himself, since he is the only one of the strong willed prophets realizing neurosis. And at the time, there was no other prophets surrounding him. So it only made sense that he would be the most eligible now what now what he missed Ali Salam is what he's going to learn. And he's going to, you know, benefit immensely from this is that most of them had spent because this happened immediately after they went through the Red Sea, that he had spent the last number of years decade or so, teaching talking to many eat under the oppression of around the

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practice of the faith hadn't really been given a chance. I mean, it was all theory so far. It was just a theory. They were all he did at least and I'm so far we just teach the concepts, the principles, the values, but none of it really got a chance to be practiced, none of it reached reality yet. And I think he said

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had not begun that part of his life, he would of course, begin that part and he would spend spend, you know, almost as much if not more time, with many, trying to get to help them to teach them to practice devalue, that he taught, some of them didn't, some of them failed me horribly. That's why you'll find but here's the reason that most artists and I'm stories in the Quran is for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he learned from Musa for us, we learned from many slave not to do what they did, but many most of the time not to, to do what they did not do or not to do what they did me to learn from their mistakes most of most of the time, over 95% of the time, when we're reading a story of

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any slide, we're trying to learn to do what they did not. Or we tried to understand learn from their mistakes, because they need many, but most artists at this point, when he was asked that question, he said, I think one of the most knowledgeable was it was not arrogance, as I explained last time, arrogance has nothing to do with it here. Prophets and you know, people of knowledge know that knowledge is only worth is only as good as the practice knowledge doesn't make you better than anyone, it just gives you, it just gives you a higher responsibility. And it gives you bigger potential. When we teach kids and send them to school to make sure that they learn. The reason is

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because we want to give you a potential so that you can achieve more later in life. So that the ceiling that you can reach as high as as high as can be, if you don't have an education, that is going to be lower, meaning you can only go so far without an education this is known long time ago is known today, the more knowledge you have, the more you can go in life, the more you can do it because your potential becomes bigger, it's like the pot the pot is getting bigger now maybe empty, but it's getting bigger. Now it's up to you if you want to fill it up or not. But learning knowledge is just basically baking making that pot bigger and bigger and bigger. So it can take as much as

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possible. And if you're if you want to then you can fill it up with all the good deeds and all the projects and all the way that you wanted you want to perform. And if you don't, then you'll just have a big empty pot. And many of us have big empty pots so it's not it's not something uncommon. However without Noland your pot is smaller meaning I know this is again this is just simply

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means understand it however you like. Some people have very small pots but they're full right? Other people have used by us but they're empty and the liquid in the smaller pot is more is more than the one and the bigger one just because but the thing is we want to give you a big bite so that if you want to fill it up if you make that choice one day if you want to do more you can you have the opportunity and if you don't learn don't have no reason you can't. So mostly I said I'm so far just had the pot. The pot was up

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wasn't wasn't full yet. The society has not been given the chance to practice any of it. That's why this knowledge is not worthy yet. This knowledge has not met reality yet. That's when he said no and the most knowledgeable Allah subhanaw taala told them no, no, not you, there's actually a guy called, is Abu Salah who lives somewhere. And mushroom, Alabama in the place where the two oceans meet, right? The junction between the two oceans, I'm always a symbol of symbolism there though two oceans as theory and practice when they need, that's when it begins. That's what he told them. And I thought at the junction between the two oceans, what will happen, something dead will will live. And

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what happened, you shall we, you know, we've kind of groggy but he saw him, you know, the,

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his fish that he had killed to heal himself, and prepared it with all the onions and the, and the lemons and everything to eat, and fish jumped out of the basket and went into the water and took a tunnel right into the water, and it was alive again. And he blew his mind. But the symbolism was, once the two junctions meet, once Theory and Practice come together for any ideology, or any set of values, like the Quran, life will be granted, meaning societies that are dead, with spirits that are dead will be granted life again, this is the symbolism in the story. That's where animals are basically that's where we arrived. They got up. You just saw it. And he you know, he recognized it

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but but because he was young, he didn't make the connection immediately. And he forgot to say something to Musa and Musa kept on going there's silicates at the junction was a big area, he's looking for this outside, and they and they passed the point because Allah told him the moment the place that this happened, that's where you're gonna find him, and they pass it. And that's what we recited last time until it removes it and tells us Ya, can you please give me how would you go get us something to eat for the merger was we said that last time? Yeah. So once they passed that point, he told them bring us our lunch we have, you know, reached a high level of fatigue and tired

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missing, when hunger and then new shot, I remembered, oh, I need that. And I think the symbolism here is that our youngsters don't have,

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they're not going to be able to develop the ability to take values and practice them on their own. They won't be able to see that connection all the time. From what they were told and what they're going to do. They have to see parents, they have to see members of community actually practicing, what is it that is being preached to them, just like when you're studying math, or physics or science or anything, you'll be given a formula or a theory. But if the teacher doesn't give you a solid example, right, where you where you actually apply the information, you feel like it's not really, it's not really information and that works.

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That's for everything. And the biggest problem in academia in the last maybe 50 years has been that you find engineers and doctors and mathematicians who have studied for maybe 20 years or 25 years, however, they've never actually been on the ground working, they're never actually taken that site that knowledge and applied anywhere, if that's their ability to make a difference is much, much lower. On the other hand, people who started working way before them seem to know what they're doing much more. But again, it's all about potential. If you give the person a lot of knowledge and allow them to practice then the fate is unlimited. And that's the basic idea of the pseudocode there's a

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lot of little points that we will talk about as we go along. And there's a lot of a lot of symbolism here. So we'll continue and inshallah from a number 63 the governor will you know there's a couple of things today that will take some time to discuss insha Allah will be laying him in a shape on your body

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Allah Allah ADA is waiting

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for in Nina see to

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end sunny who elects shape on and Cora

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so warm and sunny who right so there's Obama on the hot here it's not insane he he even though in different fields it is recited like that but for us and Sandy who

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therefore they're sebelah who feel hijab

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can nibble

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Sophie stop saying no the rain has soon if you continue now we'll leave now because he felt that but we stopped in the rain has soon fell 10

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well, you know after he told him bring me I mean that's our lunch does have our lunch. They had a

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You're well prepared seasoned fish big fish. And of course you Shah had witnessed this fish come back to life and jump into the into the into the water and when he was told to bring us our food he finally remembered Oh, I should have told you this something happened man forgot about it. Got it right away now you know Socrates, he told him Do you see you remember about eight I mean do you remember or do you recall or can you see when we when we retired to the to the big rock a soccer club is basically a place where they sat they take some shade right at the junction between the two oceans where he was told that this is where you're going to meet the guy so they sat there and they

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and the lay down for a while took a nap.

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And during that time you wish I saw the fish do what it didn't come back to life and then he fell back asleep and when they got up and they started moving huge I forgot to tell Musa Alexander this is what happened. So when you recall it when you reminded him of food he told him remember that's what happened when we retired to the to the rock

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for in Nina Seatoun hoot I forgot I forgot to tell you about the hotel which is a fish or any any any marine creature anything it's called the

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Arabic word for everything that lives basically solely in the in the water in Nina see through the code indeed I have forgotten to tell you about I forgot to tell you about about the fish when they're in Sandy Hook inlet Shavon on Quora. And the only thing that caused me to forget to remind you of this is shape launch. If I ever made me forget to remind you of this and this is a point that is worthy of maybe talking about for a few minutes.

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USIA knew that he should talk tell Musa about what just happened. Meaning he knew that this is something important is something that Musa Musa should know about. And if he knew about if he knows about it, he's going to make a decision. So when he just when he realized that he made a mistake, and he should have reminded Musashi cinnamon said something

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he said, what caused me to forget it was the Shavon Shavon distracted me with a lot of different things and caused me to forget it. Now this is not huge, ah, blaming, blaming a Shavon for his own mistake. There's a difference there's a subtle difference here between you not accepting the

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blame for your mistakes and

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you accepting it but understanding that there was someone who participated in that mistake, there's difference between the two today, sometimes when you make people make mistakes, they asked why they ship on

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ship on ship. So what do you mean by that? Because I need to understand what you meant when you said the shaytaan caused. Can you explain to what you mean? Do you mean that ship on made you do it?

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Or he pushed you to do it? Or no sheesh all chatline does is less lesser, that's all he has the ability to do. This all is a lot of superstition. In our in our cultures, a lot of it has made its way into into religious understandings of what Jinn can do to human beings. And unfortunately, a lot of it is it is not, if not all of it is completely blown out of proportion and very untrue. And I think I think I think until we can kind of kind of deal with all that and stop the content every time something goes wrong. It's either 18 or I said origin or you know, something that no it seems very rare and even if you were to say that I think the problem is what do you mean by it? Do you

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mean that she upline has some you know ability to control No, all he does is was was a you choose whether to accept that was was or not meaning it's not anything that you don't have control over changing is nothing that you cannot make a difference about. That makes sense. It's important point here. I feel like a lot of a lot of times and I think this is the you know, the main problem is that we say that or when he was asked why was she upon it's as if you're you're sending the blame in a different direction. Right You're just a It's not me it was shape on No, it was you obviously shape line is happy about it because it was shoveling something not good. Now obviously he threw in a West

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twist, but he does that all the time. And Champlin is always trying to give you a bad idea or trying to distract you from something that's height he does it all the time. So every time you make the mistake of student loans fault well you as you were told isn't sort of gotten to the sort of where we were just told a page or two ago

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earlier I mean Dooney with whom you're gonna do, are you taking him Iblees and those will follow him. Allah is instead of Allah and they are your enemies they're gonna use you understand that they've already

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made their animosity clear to you. So every time you make a mistake, you're gonna gonna throw it on the police doesn't work and use it instead I'm here when he said this, he was not blaming chiefland He was just acknowledging a very simple fact that shape line sometimes just dragging and I got this track, it's my fault but I need that makes sense a difference. And I think this is this is a common mistake that is made and a lot of it is rooted

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into a superstitious culture that has grown in our countries and

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has entered the Islamic way of thought which which needs to be which needs to be changed

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I remember I was I think I was 13 when and this is a my parents are well educated to a certain extent

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there an extender pretty well educated and this lady came with with LED with liquid led to pour in all the different corners of the house to go second but of course that's apparently for iron and whatever anyway and I remember watching it Yanni I didn't know it was again but this is very well known but but it the whole concept of exorcism and Jen being inside in the it but all these all these practices the lack the lack the clear Islamic

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evidence the like proof they lack clarity. A lot of it is if not all of it's just a matter of

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preying on people's beliefs and people's superstitions. And I think I think we're coming to a point where a lot of that needs to be dealt with differently but this is a small example man it's anywho let's shape on this is not blaming shape on you can't blame any anyways you control yourself rather shape on through through in the destruction you accepted it so huge. I knew that he was the mistake but just acknowledging the fact that shape on through the distraction and he and he took the bait and he made the mistake All right. What da said ILA hopefully he would continue you will surely still have to explain the the what happened he said and I saw this Fitch it Dakota subito it opened

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took its way in its pathway into the into the water Raja and a very astonishing manner. I mean, it was it was it was just it was amazing. I was dead. I had opened this madman putting all the everything inside and the salt and the pepper and the cinnamon and and it got up and it went into the job. She achieved something astonishing. I don't know what to tell you. But I couldn't answer them. That is what we were looking for. Nebula nebula II The origin is nebulae with a Yeah, but was written with ODI in in the muscle heavier with many why exactly is something that scholars debate? I don't know. I don't we're not gonna go into it. But it's just it's a matter of linguistics and

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matter of calligraphy to basically basically but the concept is not it does not change either way. This is what we wanted. This is what we were hoping to find. But you didn't you wish you didn't understand that this that was the dead thing that came to Oh, I didn't I didn't make the I didn't make you wish I didn't make the connection. Devoted. So they rebounded, they went back Rahima Kasasa, following their footsteps backwards. Cos

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is basically is a is an is a science or a

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skill that Arabs had or you know, people have where you can find, you know, what type of animals came through this land? Or who what how many people walked through here based on footsteps and footprints and whatnot. So for that email, they returned,

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searching for their footsteps because they don't know this land is a new place. They're just looking to see where did we walk so they can go back to exactly the same place that they left apparently, it was a big land lot of trees, it all look the same. So they need to find exactly where they went because that's we're going to find him from time.

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To him of course also and they went back looking basically following their footsteps backwards. So we'll continue each other. So agenda either in either EBA

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Tina Hora Schmidt mean in Dina.

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Well, I Lemna who may lead

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this this is worthy of stopping for a while. But so they found a servant I mean anybody now from our servants, Allah Subhan. Allah speaking, what they found was a servant from from amongst our servants. A bad day now who we had given him we had granted him two things.

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I met him in Dena, mercy that comes from us. Why laminar who will lead on we taught him You taught him knowledge or gave him knowledge that comes from our realm. So Milla Duna is different from Indiana. Mean Indiana is basically something that exists in you're given a piece of metal that is not materialistic or it's not proportioned. It's not something that can be numerated. So Illidan is different than men and men and it means that there's a certain way for you to it's numerated you can say that this is how much we gave you. We don't meaning is something that is not enumerated. It's it's an unmeasurable

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substance. And that's according to talking about knowledge. Now when you when you analyze the concept of LM, Rama in the Quran, you'll find them very often coming together.

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You'll find them in many, many ayat, Allah subhanaw taala will bring both of them and put them and put them in the exact exact same place example suited

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for an elderly woman how a man's had dinner with him. And it's the only place in the Quran where Rahim will have a food instead of a full overhang is the only place where Rahim came before we go forward. Before it was all talking about the knowledge of Allah subhana wa Didot Moussa Naka in Rahmatullah Alameen. In

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Yamuna, holy alum, so you'll find in the Quran at least eight to nine times, very clearly, Allah subhanho wa Donna will put an end to get another one is sort of

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robbing our theater called luxury in Ramadan. Winema. Oh Allah, you have incurred missed everything in but with both your mercy and your knowledge?

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Why? Why are these two things very important to come together? Well?

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Well, that's obvious. There's always a question that

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is asked, What, why didn't? Why didn't the books have guy when the holy books that God sent? Why didn't any of them you know, talk about certain topics? I mean, I remember her did not anything in a long debate, an atheist once said, and of course, it was very arrogant statement. But as what he said, said, if I was the one who sent the book, I would tell them at some point, you know, it's round, he's talking about the Earth.

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Round is, well, and then I thought about that for a while and put people out and thought it was smart and clever. I thought about it. Why would he?

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Why would he? Why would you? Why is it important that the books of God bring forth science or bring forth a certain type of knowledge? What is the benefit of it? When we, when they talk about the how many people have died because of religion? Well, how many people have died because of science. And none of us here not one person sitting here thinks science is evil. No, science is one of the best, biggest bliss blessings and one of the biggest namah, that Allah subhanaw taala has granted us and it is a true miracle of the human mind and of the, of the universe that we live in, and our ability to utilize it in ways that serve our purposes and, and bring and relieve pain and great luxury to

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people. But however, how many,

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many when you go study the seal of the Prophet. So let's remember we read all those battles, right? How many people died in all the battles of the Prophet saw most of them nothing over 600 people, a very Arabians or at least, like in Arabia, no more than 600 people died in all the different fights during the prophets lifetimes life. Later on, of course, things become different. But during his life, all of these battles 23 loads were 27. Others were 600 people together. That's a number today that happens in one Yanni.

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And one incident every day, there's an incident with 56, Igor being killed. Why is it so easy? Isn't? Isn't science a part of it as well? Isn't one of the reasons? Can we blame science? Of course, not exactly. Just like we can't blame religion for it. But we can't blame science for it. But maybe that's the point. Maybe, maybe science is not exactly what the human being needs to be happy. Another question is, with all the technical, technological enhancements and improvements that we've been able to achieve in the last 100 years, is that human being today? Is the average human being today, happier than he was 1000 years ago? Is he? Is he more fulfilled? Does he have a better

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sense of purpose? is he living a better life? is like, is the quality of this person's life better? And if you're gonna say yes or no, you have to ask the question, what are the what is the criteria for that? To answer meaning? What judges the quality of life? Is it? Is it is it just the type of clothing and types of an amount of food and, and hours of luxury that you got to do? What is it that dictates the quality of life really? So we still don't know that? Even with everything that we've got today? We don't know. Have we made significant

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strides ahead in medicine? And in Yes, of course, we have handled them extremely positive, you're relieving pain is something that is only there's nothing, there's nothing shoveling there. But the question that is asked is

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is science and objective? Is it a goal? Or is it a tool?

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Right? So what is how are we supposed to see science for science? Mean? Are we just supposed to continue to you know, discover more, with no real goal of what to do with it? Isn't that exactly what is happening today? You see, if you don't know what you're going to do with it, then you can you can take the same technology to grow more food and to preserve the ozone layer and to take care of people who are ill and disabled and

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disadvantaged in life or you gonna build weapons of mass destruction where you could you know, bomb countries and invade them and kill a lot you know, large amounts of people you could you could do you could do the things he science cannot be seen as a

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objective has a goal even though it is today, it is looked at as a goal, even though it is a tool, it's a tool, if you don't have Rama with, then you're not going to do anything good with it. That's why it's always like, you have to have mercy, you have to have a certain level of compassion, and a rhyme in order to use this knowledge properly, or you will abuse, you will abuse the knowledge that you have, easily, you're going to abuse it. And when I say abuse it, I'm not talking just about science, I'm talking about any type of knowledge, any type of knowledge, if you have

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a certain amount of it, and you don't use it further, I don't know what you're going to use it for, and you don't have a clear objective. And if you have purpose, then you will abuse it. And you will use it for your own gain your personal benefits, and you may harm a lot of people with it. Whether it be it may be Islamic knowledge or worldly knowledge or any type of knowledge and wisdom. Knowledge is knowledge. Knowledge is power. Knowledge is by far the most powerful thing that exists in the world today, you know, the more you know, the more volume that you have, the more and the community has been cited, the stronger it is.

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But that strength only come only is rooted in the fact that they know what they're going to do with that knowledge. Maybe they have the ability to use it properly. And this is why sort of curve and the story. So demons are important, because it talks about the theory and the practice. So you know, now what are you going to do with what you know? How are you going to use it? Who's going to be served? Who's what who's going to be served with this? What impact are you going to make, because it could go either way, there is no knowledge that his only playing No, acknowledge that all knowledge can be used for heightened for sure. Now, the point that is needed is going to be made in the story,

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in many different ways for us to learn from is that Islamic knowledge has the highest potential for higher, but just like every other knowledge, it can be used for self study as well. And you know that by default it the products I'm talking about how originally see them today, and they will continue to exist, you could take his time of knowledge, and you can twist it to what you want. And then you can use it for shelter as well. And you can use it to get people to do what you want and to see what you want to buy into your agenda or whatever it is that you want to do. Knowledge is a tool. That's why if it comes alone, if the package only has science in it is problematic.

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Philosophically, there's a problem, there has to be something else it has to be when Allah subhanaw taala shows for us or Rama, Rama every time, all through the Quran, he'll write about why.

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Because science and knowledge

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at a certain point will affect others, it's going to leave you you're accomplishing all of it, and then it when you're obtaining it and filling up and then you're going to use it to it's gonna affect people. If there's no drama, then the then the effect it has the effect is not going to be if there's no drama, if you don't have a clear perspective of mercy, when you're going to deal with human beings, then the signs that you have will be used to harm people. And that is what we have today isn't isn't that exactly what we have today? Why is it

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certain countries spend on their military budget more than what the subcontinent will spend on food. And he within a year, and we asked her why. Because now we've opened the door. If we didn't open a door, we smashed a door and we can chose us anymore. Now it's just a matter of who can get. Because we have a certain because we have knowledge now we have a certain type of knowledge. Now who can do is it's a matter of who can who can use it more to become stronger to become more fatal or become poor. To use it more critically? Or crucially, how do you fix this now? Within? We're in the we're in the middle of the nuclear era. And the question is no, no, no, no. What do we do? We have weapons

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that can you know, blow up this this, this the whole planet nine times, any nine times over? So what do we do now? So when you look at it like that way you think, oh, that's why I never really talked about these in the Quran. Every i and the Quran talks about the universe and issues that are can be considered scientific, could be understood

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or understood easily for people who had older scientific misunderstandings back in the day, and are can be adjusted for us easily when they sit when Allah says Allah subhanaw taala was shumsa God, he must have got real Karela people back then that it was actually moving. And today we know that actually the sun is moving faster than the Earth is by far as it circulates around the center of the galaxy. So either either way with the client saying is fine, you can understand it, whether you were living then or now or whether you want to live because that's not the point. Actually getting too much science too much knowledge is it without the right idea. Without without the component of

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alcohol at the beginning of the story without drama that comes with it without knowing exactly what you're going to use it for with is not going to be right for you. Long term, long term. It may not be fine for you. And I think that's that's the important

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point that needs to be made or to meet at least need to be thought of not demonize or or to discourage or to even blame science.

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For anything, no, it's just a matter of do we know why we're obtaining it? When, and I think, let's draw a parallel from that to sending people to university sending our youth to school. Why do that they're going to learn? Do they know why?

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No, because you have to learn, okay? Why? Why you have to learn? Because you have to learn. Okay, I understand that. But why do I have to learn? Just? Is this a science for science? Right? Is there a point? Is there is an objective on its own? Or is it a tool that will serve an objective that has a goal you know, you're going to learn because 1234 And I don't, I'm not give you the answers, you can come up with your own. But there has to be there has to be head of, I'll give you I'll give you an example of a couple of ones that are that are useless. If you're studying for prestige, then that's that's a useless goal. It's a useless objective. You just want the degree so that you can say that

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you studied, that's a waste of your time, like now you've wasted four or five years of your life just because you want no that's not that's not one of the reasons you should be you should be obtaining knowledge. So why youth that us? All of us should know why is it that we want to learn more you come here, we come to the Halacha we come to the masjid we sit down we talk to any we read the Word of Allah subhanaw taala. We share ideas about it, we tried to, but why we were learning this more, I need the metadata element. Right? Well, it means that Huda let me is that mean Allah elaborado he who increases in knowledge and does not increase in guidance only increases in in

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he's further away from Allah subhanaw taala. The more knowledge you have, the more the farther away he becomes from Allah subhanaw Because there's no guidance with it. It's scaring me like, I shouldn't learn of course, you should learn. Of course, you should learn, make the pot bigger so that you can put more in it. But but you have to know why it's being done. And this Ovid that Allah subhanaw taala sent to Musa to meet is Ovid who was given two things. Well, I met him in andina mercy that came from Allah subhanaw taala, direct directly proportion for him enough of it. Well, I let him know who will lead on and he was given knowledge from Allah subhanaw taala, he was carrying

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two things. And because he was carrying those two things, he had a, an ability to understand things. And to see things differently. He is of course, a disciple over time talking about is not just a regular guy, he's the most there's a lot of mythology surrounding it. I don't not sure what you've heard or what you haven't. But there's a lot of mythology surrounding it that this man he even named.

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And they say that this man has not died yet. And he's still alive. And he's a prophet, and none of that and none of that is not even remotely proper. And all these

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selfie you'd have been built, built, built around him and all these ideas and all these myths and they're not true. What I think since Allah subhanaw taala, I put them in a bed, you know, he's a god, he's one of the lots of pounds out as soldiers or tools when I am a low, he's one of the people he's not a human being. He's one of the the creations of Allah subhanaw taala, who does what Allah subhanaw taala tells him to do. Now he's very knowledgeable, however, you have a lot of knowledge and he has a lot of Rama and Musa Ali salaam who was going to finally understand how Theory and Practice is going to meet he needed to need to spend some time with this person need to need to

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learn certain things that books don't teach, need to learn certain things that go into school or sitting in a lecture will not teach you and He will learn them on he said I'm from from this man. But this man had to have these two elements just like everyone who's going to obtain knowledge needs to have right now with it, if you take run out of knowledge, then all that is left of it is destruction. If you take the right amount of knowledge and the person who has it may use it to abuse other people or harm them or he will not use it in a way that is beneficial for those surrounding him. It has to be both putting in the same put together so I hope that makes a certain level of

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sense. And also reminds us of the importance of making sure that our children and ourselves when we're educating ourselves we know why we're doing it what we're trying to obtain what we're trying to achieve with it within that we're taking you should take as much animal as possible but make sure that that is translated into something that is beneficial as translated and something that is that is helpful. We just like the idea that that is after all Allahu Musa Tabby Ruka Allah and to eliminate him in the

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What can you tell speak

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to Hey Bobby Hey

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Jim you know things are getting more interesting. Garland a home Musa Musa yesterday I met this othered who has given both science and math from Allah subhanaw taala. Again, keep in mind those two points, think about them. You'll find them very helpful.

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Musa comes up to him and he says hello, Debbie Rocha, is it okay? You allow me I'm asking I'm seeking permission to follow you and to eliminate it so that you can teach me so that I have the opportunity to learn from you and that what I'm asking for is for you to teach me Memento limiter from what you have been taught, Rashida.

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Now first of all, we look at the most obvious to them as he comes up to this man, he does not present himself with his degrees and his status and who he is I am Musa, he must have heard of me I've

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because I am one of the you know, I'm one of the great prophets of Allah Karim, Allah. Wherever he goes, No, he comes in he asks a great simple question, how can I follow you?

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Is what we were asked to do with the prophets of Allah Allah you said them right? Isn't that we're supposed to do for Yoni, and he was supposed to follow Mohamed Salah Ali you earlier was IBUs. And Musa comes and uses the exact same phrase as he speaks to this man. Why? Because Allah subhanaw taala told them he has more knowledge, not piece of information was enough for Musa alayhis salam to know to make a decision that he was going to spend as much time as he needed to find this person. And it was enough for Musa when he came up to him to speak to him with an utmost without most

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humility and humbleness and etiquette requesting to be taught not demanding it. He didn't have to establish him what he knew me what he knew first meaning i By the way, I've studied this, I know none of that, just Can I Can I follow you is recovering follow you from a follower of yours, I learned to eliminate you. And then for that what you teach me from what you have been taught washed down. Now the Raja is the word that I think is important, we need to talk about so if you go back to be in 294 social capital. And we talked about this quite quite for quite some time. And I am number 10. Right, you got to number 10. We talked about the story of the people of the cave. And

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what they said when they retreated to the caf when they retreated to the cave, when he went back, after the reality have changed. They had a number of values and they had a plan and they were executing it. And then they were told that the king wants to kill all of them. So they retreated to a cave to find a solution. And when they sat, what they said was why Yelena mean and they came up with a plan. And then they said well, hey Atlanta, and Marina or Russia. And then after we've got this plan, make make this plan your book, we hope that this plan is good, we hope that we asked you to make it accessible, and then allow and then then allow us or ease for us. Or prepare prepare for

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us from our matter, or Russia do something better, or something from our plan that will work better on in reality, because you can planning is again theory finding is just coming up with Yanni with an idea. Russia means that this plan is going to be successful is going to meet its objective is going to fulfill its purpose. And it's going to make make the impact that you hope for it to make. It's going to be successful in this life and successful and the one after. So Mozilla is always coming up to this man. He's asking for the exact same thing. I'm asking for Russia, which is the same concept of course of Russia. It's the same idea. But he's just the difference is a different type of

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derivative and the word he's asking to be taught something that will be influenced influential. He's asking to be taught something that its impact will be successful. Because he knows the theory it he said I'm Musa Musa knows the Torah backwards.

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From the beginning to the end, he knows everything in Torah however, what he wants is how do I practice this properly? How do I use it? In the right way I need to rush the that's what I need. Can you teach me from what you have if I follow you? Will you teach me from what you know Russia so that I can finally practice this and the way that I need to practice it? And that's why the word Russia here is in this ayah and it's something that's connected to what existed at the beginning of the Sunnah is a very important idea. Because Musa he said I was looking for a practical approach something that he he hasn't seen yet. And we're gonna see as we move as we walk around with moves,

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so we're gonna we're gonna all get into Musa Ali's and I'm said, we were gonna walk around with Moose eyes, he walks around with this man, and you're gonna find yourself reacting exactly the way moose says reacting. And there's nothing wrong with the reaction that moves out east had has the only thing is that there was a there was lack of knowledge. There was lack of understanding signals. I was told this man is my ultra man and told him this is my servant. He does exactly what I tell him to do. He has knowledge and he has a llama. So he's not at ease because he's gonna do things gonna say where's the llama?

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He's gonna do things like what

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what are you talking about? The kid in the Safina and the wall and where's the Rama? There's a year now but he was told by Allah already known. I told him he has acknowledged as Rama but sometimes yeah Musa. Things are not what they appear to be.

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Being able to understand reality. Be able to deal with it takes a different type of knowledge or different or takes. You need to you need to move from theory

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The practice is not the same. It's all it's all rainbows and flowers when we're talking about it. But then life comes and life is very different. Right?

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When you're told,

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for those of you who are most of you are married, but you're totally for me, or you should get married, and you should do this and that and this, how you're gonna cheat is nice. And you get a wife and you treat her like this and you have kids, it's all and you understand all the concepts. And if I ask you, you can tell me exactly what needs to be. You can counsel other people, when it comes to marriage, you can tell them how they should treat their wives. And then men when you are sitting with is a whole different story. The same things you were just telling your brother yesterday, you don't seem to be able to do with your own wife. And you feel so hypocritical at that

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moment. You're like, I just told someone they shouldn't act like that. Why can't they seem to do it? Because there's a difference between the theory and the practice of it. It's not the same thing. You can see someone treating his kidney gonna say, no, no, you shouldn't act like that. That's wrong. There's what they say is what this was doing than yours doing the same thing to your kid, when you're like, Why? Why can't I seem to? Why can't they seem to take the theory that I know and put it into practice properly? What was the issue here? So most times, I was told that this man knows what he's talking about. And of course, Musa thought he was going to be given a lecture. Right, Musa was

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expecting that, okay, can I follow when you teach me? He didn't know that the teaching was going to come in the form of observations of certain incidents that were going to happen. And the interpretation of those incidents, he didn't know that part, he thought he's going to begin to lecture. And no, it's not about lectures anymore. Yeah, Melissa, you have all that you have a PhD. When it comes to

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religion and faith, you understand, but you know, how to actually interpret what you're going to see on the ground, and then deal with it properly. Do you know how to do that? Now most guys did not know. So he was reacting in certain ways. Of course, he was reacting genuinely and properly he was supposed to and that's another adult we're gonna learn from Musa is that if something doesn't make sense to you, or if something that you speak up, you say what you think is right, and it's the strongest line that you learn, but he's going to be you're gonna find that every single time you make the mistakes in a row. And, of course, this might have been Tom philosophy enough, go, and he's

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gonna take some time to process it. So after he said that the respondent is of color in Nikka lentes, who are your sobre indeed, you will not be able to stop doing it, you will not be able to have patience with me. And if you come with me and you want to learn, you're not going to have enough patience. Why? Of course Musa didn't ask, because the abbot will explain to him why and I think the number 68 is one of the most important in the sewer, if not in the whole Quran doesn't work effect or spirit. Okay, for the spirit.

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To help me here, how are you going to be patient? How are you going to be persevering? How are you going to be able to put up with something that you did not that you do not have the ability to encompass? Everything about it to help from comes from the concept of health, but how does when you is you encompass something, meaning you know, this, everything is under HIPAA, Allah subhanaw taala. And his name is Subhana wa, tada. Why? Because he encompasses everything, there's nothing that is outside of the realm of his ability to control or, or his knowledge, or his destiny or anything, Soprano, Oberon is information, right? So how is it that you're going to be able to put up with or

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be patient with something that you don't encompass? It's full scope of knowledge, you understand?

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And I think that can be used everyday, to a lot of things that happened to us as individuals and as communities. Yes, how are we going to be? How are we going to be able to practice Islam properly? If we don't encompass the actual meaning, the full meaning of what it is? How, how are you gonna get used to actually buy into something that they don't have the ability to understand in depth, how it's impossible? It's impossible, they don't have the full, the full picture. If the story is not there, but wasn't offered properly? If they don't encompass the information, well, then how are they going to be patient with this, they can stick with this? No one can, you can't, you can't put up

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with something that you don't understand. And the thing is, you were never asked to in the first place. You know, the whole point of Islam being Islam being the final message of Allah subhanaw taala is that it never asked you to put up with something that you could not make sense of. You weren't told that there's three in one, you weren't told that your Lord is flesh and blood and you were told things that when you thought about it, they made sense to you. There was logic, the logic was attached to it. The rational and critical thinking was a part of it to begin with, you were told, right right off the bat. So you understood that this was going to be based on you were never

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asked to accept anything that you could not understand. As so. So he's telling him, okay, but that doesn't mean you're not going to be meaning he's telling him, Look, you're not going to have patience with me. And it's not your fault. How are you going to be patient with something you don't understand? It's impossible. You cannot be patient with me because you can accomplish the knowledge that you say you're not going to be able to do so basically, this teacher, this man was so knowledgeable, they tell him look, you can come you will not have the patience with me. Meaning you won't be able to spend too much time you're gonna you're gonna leave me quite quickly.

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learn a lot from the simple need the few incidents, or the few events or the few, the small amount of time you'll spend with me, you'll learn a lot from it. But you won't be able to spend too much time because you cannot be patient, you cannot put up with something you cannot encompass and full knowledge, it's impossible, you can't do it. So Subhanallah this man, not only

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did he say yes.

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And he told him, what's going to happen, he also gave him the excuse.

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That is to knowledge, true knowledge, true knowledge, is also being able to understand why the the person in front of you did what they did. That is that is true knowledge meaning if if someone behaves, and I want you to think about this home, with people that are very close to you, like you know, children's siblings, spouses, parents,

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We very rarely have the ability to give these people the benefit of the doubt, we very rarely have the ability to do that.

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Not because of an intellectual problem, but more because of the personal one. But through knowledge, and through Rama and Rama comes into it. It gives you the ability to understand why you're so let's say you take off a Sunday or a Saturday, you say I'm going to sit with my kid and teach him math. And you sit with him for exactly four and a half minutes. And at that point, you're ready to throw him off the balcony. Or just to tell it tell you as well as we don't need a hospital. You don't have to go to school because go take him to a mechanic can be just learned or it can go learn so I headed out go to school don't go to school anymore. Four minutes and why? And the reason he's like he's

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not, you know, he's not trying to learn now, if true knowledge you would have would have allowed you to do two things. First of all understand that he's not probably it's probably gonna take more time than you expected. And then have the ability understand why. Why is it that it's taking longer? Why is it that it doesn't seem to have patience to learn this and what the problem is, that is true knowledge to knowledge is also is observing a phenomenon observing any event or any repetitive incident and saying, yeah, that is wrong. It's happening, it's gonna happen again. But this is why it's happening. If you understand why it happens, then you actually can fix it you can you and you

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can deal with it in a much more chill manner. And I'm using the word chill here because I can't think of a better word because I think it's a matter of attitude. You have to just calm down. This is how it is you see or lab the father hen this

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story is

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very knowledgeable and very merciful. of Allah subhanaw taala before anything starts that yes, you can come you will not be able to put up with this for so long. And I understand because you don't know anything. You're having a health but you don't know you don't know the whole picture you haven't accomplished all the numbers is fine, but come for as long as you can can only get and can only you can only do this for so long. And he will he'll stay for a few mistakes and then moves over Kalasa Hey, is this is not working, like I'm gonna make but he understood he learned something from this. And he left this upside and he came back with a different attitude. Yeah, it says human, it's

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the same thing with you. There's like 30 seconds of goodbye. I don't want to ask you. Wait a minute, but they don't.

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Yeah, exactly.

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So can you comment on why is it Netherlands?

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Not just that, like,

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when we come to the last one more comment on it linguistical. Inshallah, because this is the norm, No, Miss testable. Yeah. All right. That's that's the proper way, the exception is going to be at the end. So we'll talk about that when it comes to the exception, because this is the normal way to say to stop the end that you have the ability to do something, there's nothing here there's no, there's no exception here. That is the way you're supposed to say the word later on. There'll be a change, and we'll show no, I'll give a little talk about that. Inshallah. I think I number 16 is a very, very important one. Because it tells us that in order for you to be able to put up with

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something, in order for you to be able to have perseverance, and to commit to, to an idea, you have to have the hopper of the hover, meaning you have to be able to encompass the knowledge of you have to understand properly, you in full, if you don't understand the whole picture, it's hard for you to stick to it. And you'll see that in yourself. And you'll see that in your children, you'll see that and everyone around you, you see that in communities and societies, if it doesn't make full, perfect sense. If you can, if you can't convince me, you got to give me a bigger picture where I know all the details, I can't stick to this, I won't I will I will leave and I'll find something else to do.

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And that is always the the and someone who hasn't bought into your idea whatever it is, or you're part of a company and you can see that this employee or yourself hasn't bought into this idea way of thought you can see it's in his eyes. He does he doesn't find in the whole thing. Like you saying yes, but there's things that he hasn't he doesn't accept those ideas that he's not convinced with and this person will not be able to continue forever at a certain point will be a breaking point where we cannot go on okay, but elsewhere, okay, if I say it's like it's talking to the human nature of who you are, you can't do it. You're not asked to do it, which is which is which is the

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comforting part of this Allah somehow and I never asked you to do it. He never asked you to put up with something

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You could not make sense of he never did. The Quran talks about concepts that are, in essence in origin and and rooted in logic and rationale. And everything in Islam falls under that. And you were never told to do something that makes zero sense to you and just just go on, just play along with this, even though it doesn't know, okay, if it doesn't, okay, if it doesn't, I learned I'm too happy to be here, Cobra, and of course, it's very knowledgeable man was capable of guilt telling him probably what's going to happen and giving him the excuse before it happened. So you know, there was no hard feelings, no hard feelings, you're not going to be able to put up with this because you

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don't have the full picture. That's why you didn't come with all the knowledge, you're not gonna be able to put up put up with this. But I think we should also think about it for ourselves and for any, for our children, if our if our generations to come.

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The only way to get people to commit to something is that if you make sure that they have the ability to encompass the knowledge of what you're talking about, if they can make sense of all of it, and that takes time, that takes commitment from us and that takes a lot of effort. The private someone lives in us but all his life, all 23 years of his our teaching, and educating made sure people understood what is it they serve and those who understood stuck to it and those who didn't lift.

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It isn't that what happened basically, after he died, some Elijah and him and all the new Muslims, who did not get the opportunity to spend time with him at least learned the deen properly, then they turn back then they leave Islam or is decided that they're not going to pay zakat anymore than they do that? Yeah, why? Because they didn't encompass the whole idea. You don't want to compress no idea, you're not going to have somebody on it, you're gonna be able to stick with it for long. And I think the depth of this is it's a, it's a lecture on its own. It's a series of lectures talking about, like certain ideas that exist within this very, very important. And if you are someone who

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considers yourself to have knowledge and certain things, then one of the most important

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outcomes are going to be that you understand why people make the mistakes that they make. And if you have Rama like this I've been does, then you'll you'll become you won't be losing your temper, you won't be yelling or hitting or screaming, or you know, Xiling are pushing away because you understand you understand why it is like that does. It is there's there's a reason it's not. Nothing is illogical, nothing is irrational, even your child who doesn't want to learn, something doesn't want to come it's there's a reason for it. If you don't understand that reason, then you won't know how to set up a job, right? If you if you know the reason, then you no longer need the feeling this

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is this is this is out of this world or it doesn't make any sense. It makes sense to you. i This man, I need to kind of he was he told me so you can come you will not be able to continue with me. And the reason is because you don't have the full picture you want to Congress, although it's fine. So you told him beforehand that you're not gonna be able to continue? It's okay. I know you're not? Because how are you? How could you? How could you be able to continue with me for a long time, if you didn't, you don't understand the whole picture. And this is to me, it's an animal like if you take this IRA to put on your wall, you cannot commit to something you don't have the full picture of

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you cannot do it, no one can do it, we can show it for you.

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That is basically the idea of what of what this of this man said, when we started, I'm asked to follow him. And in it are a number of ideas that we should always watch out for. You cannot commit to something that you do not fully fully understand. Islam and Allah subhanaw taala will never ask you to you're always asked to commit to something that makes sense to you. This is this is what it's based on is what Islam is built on is the root of everything. If it makes sense, then you continue with and if it doesn't, then you take you stop. Another thing is

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you can't expect people who don't fully understand the idea to commit to it either you can expect them to do it. And if we hope for all generations of our Ummah to change then aware the level of awareness, the level of education has to rise has to rise dramatically and quickly. Because we don't have much time to waste. You cannot expect a young man not to commit to Zina if he doesn't understand exactly why he's supposed to live in physical and mental chastity. You cannot expect a young lady to wear hijab if he does not understand exactly why she's supposed to wear hijab you can't you can't expect the university student not to to engage in the lifestyle of that they engage

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in he doesn't understand exactly why it is that he's acting differently and he's living differently if they don't encompass the the information and the knowledge then they cannot okay if it doesn't matter, you can't it's impossible how would you do it? How could you stick to something that makes no sense to you it's not going to happen and he told them that's not going to happen you're gonna come with me you're gonna see stuff that don't make sense to you not gonna be able to be patient with it, but that's okay. You'll learn from it. You'll go back you'll sit around. I'll explain to you because that's we're going to have busy after you finish you will tell him okay, this is what

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happened. Now go take that information and go process that and he did then was first Deanna came back a very with a very different perspective and a very different narrative. After that moment, we'll reset like just one more

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Right And shall we before it before the onset the G Dooney in Amman for

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our see like

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he said Musa said on Saturday Dooney you will find me in sha Allah and the will of Allah subhanaw taala Fabio you'll find me a very patient and persevere and student now most children understand what he meant when he told him okay if I disappear How are you going to be patient with something you cannot encompass the knowledge of you don't know the old picture you don't understand you said no no you'll find me in sha Allah but I'm very I'm a very good student I stick to things I don't give up. I'm very perseverant when I see the camera and I will not disobey a command again look at the house the moose is I'm speaking to this man that you just met. And he is God He loves him

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Nicholson is one of the highest if not what is a third or fourth highest ranked human being that ever lived? And if you take the all the great prophets of Allah subhanaw taala Ibrahim Muhammad some of those more so he's like he's fifth that worst

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worst estimation or at least he speaks to this man into a no no, you will find me insha Allah perseverant and I will not disobey a command that you give me any command you say I will I will obey it.

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Do you have another minute Are we done? Okay

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this is finished a number seven next time we start in Charlotte with all EFA if you need any further just a knee she

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like I mean who the crawl

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I gave him one condition if I need about any so if you're going to follow me I have just one condition for you for lattice Alinea and don't ask me about anything as it's happening had already thought like I mean who the Quran till I produce for you a remembrance of Nicaragua Could you tell me I will remind you later of everything that happened you can ask me if you don't understand anything but please during during your following Don't interrupt as I do my work he only had one condition just please can you not interrupt me as I'm doing things because I'm telling you're not gonna be able to deal with this but just please don't interrupt me. And it said I'm Musa. You will

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see we're going to live with Musa and you're gonna say yeah, I couldn't I would interrupt you and I said I'm was not put out fault for interrupting because it was it was normal. Why? Because how do you not interrupt if you don't encompass the whole picture? It's impossible if you understand the idea you have to interrupt something that makes no sense to you and he will only send a couple of times but he was given an ultimatum he was given a condition just don't do that. And from that moment on they begin their journey together inshallah we will continue on we will begin the journey of the saga had Musa annual shot all three of them are going together next week. Are we still Good

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Dr. Mona Mona will be six or 625

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is gonna be like

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it's gonna be 620 and whatever Azure

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still say eight o'clock.

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everyone's okay with that. We got to change. Okay, so we'll stick to for after 11 I'm talking because Michael and I'm the co founder Illa

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