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The importance of surah in the Quran is emphasized, with emphasis on avoiding materialism and achieving spiritual satisfaction. The concept of "IT" is discussed, with a focus on the physical and spiritual stages of life. Pr engagement and finding one's light are emphasized, along with avoiding confusion and misunderstandings of the "we" message. Life experience is also emphasized, with a book and person named Akula Xena Wootton mentioned.

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But while early he was on the edge, meno banned the insha Allah Tala, you will start with a number 12 from sortal, Hadid, I'm going to try and make it

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down on that page, maybe closer to the end of it, if I'm lucky.

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So to Hadid is a

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very, very special surah in the Quran for sure.

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And I think its degree of importance has grown with time.

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It aged very, very nicely, the surah that, as we move forward with life, as human beings, we were acquired the teachings, the concept of total, adding more and more, because he tells us or talks to us about the importance of the balance, the balance of spirituality, and, and materialism or the physical and the essence. And this is a law ongoing struggle that the human race has always found and had with everything, how much emphasis should should we have on the mechanics on, on the presentation,

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on the materialistic aspect of things versus, versus the essence of it, versus the spiritual part versus the part that that is unseen. And that is very psychological and personal. But I don't think any, there's ever been a better example of a group of people achieving that than the profit out of your salatu salam, and that early generation of people who, who not only did, because if you think about it, if they were tiny, purely materialistic, then that Islam would have would have conquered for a while, and then it would have just faded away, like a lot of other ideologies did, like they came on with a lot of gunpowder, and firearms, and a lot of numbers and, and they conquered for a

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while, and they ruled and they run the show for a period of time, and they burnt things and destroyed things and renamed things and don't things and then they cease to exist, or the opposite, where it was just spiritual, then it would turn into a mystic movement that have spread very, very slowly over a very, very prolonged period of time. And it still would have only been attractive to people who are very much in touch with that very intimate aspect of them of themselves. Right. But Islam didn't do either. Islam did spread quite

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powerfully, through armies, and through the strength and through power and through. But it also continued as an ideology, a very intimate ideology, a theology that that that spoke to the soul and the spirit very profoundly, which why which is why Islam spreads. So far. We've way beyond whatever the the Muslim empires reach was Muslims. And that was even, I'm not even talking about the the reach that Islam has come to today, where Muslims, and interesting numbers exist all over the planet, I think, I think to a certain degree, we are quite under maybe

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underestimate the numbers of Muslims and outside of the Muslim world, I think is very much underestimated. Like in terms of the actual populations, I think it just matter, all you have to do is go and just go places and see, and you'll see almost every part of the world there are Muslim institutions and massages and the number of Muslims beside you always full Joma please, always, always, always well. And that just tells you that this is something that has meant a lot to people all over the world for a very long time. And again, you have to you have to do the comparison, Muslim, if you look at it in terms of its age, as a religion, it's the youngest of most of most of

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the major religions by quite a gap. I mean, if Islam as a person

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is only if Christina is 20 years old, and Muslim, Islam is 14. And he Judaism is maybe in the 30s Hinduism is probably in their mid 40s, or 50s, you're talking about faiths have been around for a very long time. So their spread in comparison to Islam is actually quite, there's a there's a very clear difference in terms of how things spread and, and the commitment again, is another thing. People who follow their faith, when you look at and compare Muslims and other faiths and the adherence, Muslims have to their faith in comparison to other people, to other fake followers of faiths to their faith is very different. It's a different thing. And the reason that I think that is

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because Islam has presented a very, very delicate and accurate balancing of these two aspects of our existence. We are a soul and a body.

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We are both you cannot, you can't you can't deal with one without the other. You can't you can't bring a law or a way of life or methodology of existence that that serves one but not the other. You just can't and if you do that, it won't work. Today Today, life is very, very based. It's very much based on materialism or or or it's or moved through a materialistic lens. And even when we talk about wellness, or we talk which is what we call this, we call this Alfia. This place is concept of Alfia being well being well that's a really important concept. It's not talked about

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There's a lot of just having IVF IVs, not just being any physically, not ill, it's being mentally well, and being financially well and spiritually well. And socially Well, if any of these elements don't exist, you're not happy, like, you're not in peace with with your with yourself and your surroundings, and you can't really be productive and you won't reach your potential if any of these elements don't exist, and trying to fix all of them through the lens of materialism, meaning this is the only way that we're going to look at things ever. It's just it hasn't worked. It hasn't worked.

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It, I feel like I don't need to make these arguments anymore.

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I feel like I shouldn't have to make these arguments. The longer I think we've tried this, it didn't work. The human race is still just as miserable as it ever was, didn't make a difference how many flights they took, and how many countries they traveled to. And any pictures they have under the Eiffel Tower, or whatever places they went to. It didn't make a difference how much how many yachts they own? And how many did it's not it's not changing anything people are still

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probably probably the people have, the more they have, the more the more of psychiatric drugs they use. If your ancestors or

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fathers or grandfathers were, were lucky enough to invest into psychiatric drugs you wouldn't have you wouldn't you probably wouldn't be here be a multimillionaire and you wouldn't, because the stocks for these things have gone up like 2,000% within the last couple of decades. Because the human we're overusing this stuff I reckon hospital uses all the time everybody has. And why is it if you if you if you're fulfilled for now, if financially you have more than what you need. You're not You're not worried about tonight's meal, you're not worried about tomorrow's meal, you're not worried about clothing you have have more than what you want. And physically you're capable of, you

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know, you're not you're not terminally ill, then what is it? Why are you so miserable? So upset and unhappy? What is it that? Where is this lack of fulfillment coming from? Well goes because there's an aspect of you that's not being looked at at all. There's an aspect of you that is not even acknowledged anymore. Either words soul or spirit and certain realms, you'll be mocked, laughed, I was like, What are you talking about?

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You have to keep it to yourself, This is the reality of the world that we live in these things are

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the problems with that is that that will cause a comeback. But it will cause a, an extreme comeback. ISM doesn't work ever. Like there's nothing that you can be extreme about, that's gonna make things better. You take their word extreme, put it aside anything and it becomes bad. Like there's not, there's not there's nothing that you can add the word extreme to, they'll make it you know, the thumbs up is always gonna be something negative. So when when you live a life when the world does a very materialistic life, and it does that for a long time and you become dry, you dry up on the inside, and you feel this empty and it eats away at people and people start losing meaning life and

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they can't, they can't read and they can't seem to read between the lines anymore see any any any point of being wrong, then you end up having this what has happened historically, as well, you end up the pendulum swings to the opposite extreme where you have this extreme spiritual comeback. But that only leads to more getting mysticism and a lot of

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anti fairy tale and wishful thinking crazy stuff. And people start going down those routes of, of coming in same ways. And that's not helpful either. That doesn't really that's not what Allah subhanaw taala that the Quran has been very, very accurate with what it is trying to get you to understand. There are two aspects of you, you need wealth and you need, you need to have enough food, you need to have a decent house, you need to be married. You need intimacy, you need to have that sexual relationship with somebody in your life you need to these were there's nothing about Islam, that that that makes that taboo, it's very easy to talk about openly. No everyone is entitled

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to seek that in their lives. But also you are as a spiritual being you require closest to Allah subhanaw taala required to understand you have to be able to give love and receive love and feel compassion and the offered by others. That has to be a part of your story as well as you're going to be it's not going to be productive, you won't be fulfilled, which is what sootel Hadid kind of talks about and we went through these verses before today that are very meaningful, they're very, very powerful and inshallah you'll enjoy them as much as I will inshallah as we go through them. So without any further ado, just because I think we don't have enough time to actually get through them

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all. Let's start with number talks. I'm hoping at least we make it to 16 if not to the end of the page. I will be laying him in a shape on your Raji.

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Bismillah here

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wahi Rafi

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young medalled. Meanie now. Mina de Yes rowhome.

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Yes, room Boehner add him Wabi Emani him

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was chalok Julio Majan 1/3 JD

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JD Mita de hull N. Ro Holly Deena fi

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there Lika who will fellows who lovely

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the VS

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is number two told you go back to the ones before Allah Subhan. Allah gave us a really, really cool example, after he talked to us Subhanallah about himself and he presented himself through what seems to be opposites, even though they're not because materialism and spirituality are not opposites, even though that's kind of maybe what you're taking, as I talked about it, but they're not that's the conclusion we'll come to at the end of this. So they're not opposites, actually, they they are synchronous, or two synchronous concepts of this world that are needed in order for us to be fulfilled in opposites in any form or manner, they actually work together. One of them is only

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complete with the other, they only they complete each other, they're not opposites. So Allah says, Oh, well, who will ership isn't opposites here these are the two competing aspects of understanding who God is so scribes themselves to us and then he tells us two things, um, you know, Biller, he will assume he will enfeeble you need to believe that spiritual peace, and then you need to actually give from what it is, whatever it is, I have been trusted, you're given to you. And then he argues both points, and why is it you don't believe? And he goes through an argument, and why is it that you don't give and he goes to another argument, and both of them are focusing on the fact that there

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are two aspects of everything that you do, there is the materialistic with the physical evidence of things, and then there's the spiritual consequences of accepting it, there is giving your wealth and then there's being rewarded for it. The reward is based on a lot of elements that are not materialistic even though both people are giving the exact same amount and exact same time, from the exact same background. We both had the exact same amount of money in the bank, we had the exact same number of children had the exact same financial responsibilities, and we're giving the exact same amount of money for exact same cause. But there's a difference is different circumstances that maybe

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we both don't know about each other, which was sort of talks about now you're still even combat and for common public fatigue, because Allah Allah azza wa jal, Raja Tamina Medina and for coming back, we will apply to those who gave before and those who gave before after aren't the same, it'd be the same amount of money will be the same backgrounds and everything was not the same because the timings were different than the circumstances of both timings were very different. So the so it's going to be a different reward something that is spiritual that is not necessarily we know something that we can measure tangibly.

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So after that, he walks us through subhanaw taala a snapshot of your mithya which almost every student the Quran has some degree of. And this one here is very specific and very particular he says Yo Ma tell me and I will move me that on the day the day when you see the believers male and female and let me know let me not Yes, sun room painter add him will be Imani Him as their light

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travels with them or ahead of them may not add him in front of them will get a monument on their rights. On the right side, meaning it's almost a part of who they are. Meaning you will find believers on the day of judgment meaning and looking at male and female as they move. They're the light that Allah subhanaw taala bestows upon them and gives them almost for them for themselves is traveling with them. It's right in front of them it's on their right eye as they move as they as they walk around the light kind of follows them and is there with them. It's not only coming from them but it's lightning it's it's granting light for their footsteps so they know where they're

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going and aspect of your military Yama which is what this VS is the snapshot comes from will be very dark right in front of those slots. It is it is pitch black.

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Which dark right in front of the setup. Allah subhanaw taala was still set out above Jahannam in between you and and making it to your destination and not to name is going to be this journey over Jahannam it's gonna be over it, not through it but over it. And they'll sit up as * audio salatu salam describes it to us is very, very thin.

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Sharp, actually quite dangerous. It's very, very long as well. He describes it as salatu salam for us the different types of people who pass it some people they travel over it as a blink of the eye. Some of them do it like lightning something to do it like the winds I'm gonna do it if they're dry riding a horse or, or a car or something that's good. Some people will walk run, some people will walk some people will literally

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crawl their way over this is this rope or the spin off to the other side. There's different ways of making it over. So this, this idea here is actually referring to that moment. It's one of those moments where the probability of assaults was I'm told I Aisha, this is one of the moments where no one remembers anybody. You don't know when you don't care about anyone anymore. Like there's three moments

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Do you have judgment where you stop caring about your loved ones, you care all throughout your milk and think about your mom, your dad, your, your spouse, your siblings, your children, your descendants, you care about your friends you hope that they do well the moments you don't you always you're not you're not interested when the books are flying in the sky coming down you're waiting to see where which Heinz is going to pick it up when the when the salt is put in front on top of Jahannam and you're standing in line to make it across and when they put up the scales and your deeds are going to be weighed out those the moments you don't care anymore. All you can care about

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is just you making it and that's all that matters to you. So this is one of those moments where all that matters is me I have to make it so he's describing some final data for us during this discussion within this context the believers male and female with their lights yes our new room Yes is something that travels quickly yes I know room their latest traveling bein ad him in front of them will get a man him onto the right meaning is a part of them. As they move forward. It moves with them wherever they go there it's like it's like you're it's like you're you have your own internal flashlight. You're just you're sliding up you can see where you're going because yeah, it

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was very dark.

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Sherlock Holmes polyoma They're being called upon by by either ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada or some of them in Africa. You don't know what chalok Homoeo mean good. Good news for you are glad tidings of a good or a beautiful new results are ending today. Jana tune gardens tangerine and Danielle and her that have reversed that run underneath them. And I've talked about this before but I'll say just one more time in case you missed it before. So why is it that Allah subhanaw taala always describes it like that, like if you go through the Quran, you'll find over like over 20 descriptions and nothing there yet even Tatiana and her maybe once mentality him or maybe there's actually three times when daddy

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who wouldn't hold on once Dr. Hunt and have everything else done nothing he mean that he hadn't heard from amongst from under them, the rivers run. So this is a symbol that the Arab understood that's why they didn't ask these questions. If you go to the books of Tafseer, you don't find the scholars spending too much time explaining it because it made sense to anyone who just kind of grew up in that it is the symbol of self sustenance instead of you requiring so if you have a garden in order for it to live, you need water. So if you're if the if the source of water is external, you are basically subject to their mood and their decision if they cut off the water then your garden

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dies. So they get even Dotty high meaning that rivers run from under it that means it's your water comes from from from your land, you don't need anyone else. And this is the as they say this is the epitome of name for someone who owns owns a garden or has been nuts. If you have a piece of land, you have gardens, the epitome of name is knowing that you don't depend upon anyone the rivers run from my under your your land, you are producing the water that you're going to use to irrigate everything and take care of it. And it just means that you are the Day of Judgment, you don't have to worry about the future, you don't have to worry about the well being of what you've got. And this

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is why Allah describes it that way. So that when you listen to it, you understand that there's you're given a lot. And what you're given is not something that you have to worry about being able to maintain, because I can give you something that will maintain it like I can any here's a masjid run it, it's a lot of work, I know, give me something with it that will guarantee that will run on its own and then I then I'm all happy. It's not him. But if you give it to me and there's a there's no guarantee that I'm able to run it then I actually adding to my worry into my responsibility into my agony. So that's why every time he talks about Jen nuts, it's always tangerine and Dottie Helen

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Holly of the rivers run from 100 meaning that you're good, you don't need anyone else see your water, your source of water is from you. And obviously people living in the desert that meant it quite a bit they understood that live in the desert, you definitely understand the importance of a little bit of water.

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Unlike the very ungrateful Ontarians that don't, I would say we are a very, very spoiled we're probably the most the richest, tiny

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freshwater area in the world. We live within the most rich freshwater area on the planet. And I think that causes us not to understand a lot of aspects of life outside of this little place that we live in. Many of you are not many of you are all of you come from parts of the world where that's not the case. And he when was the last time they did offer this to Scott here in Canada

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I don't think it's ever been done. I don't think it's ever been done before maybe I've never looked into this never been done. I you know living grow growing up in Saudi and Saudi Arabia in Syria. I did it every year. Every year you turned your clothes around and and went and stood outside and you pleaded to Allah subhanaw taala to send some rain so that not everything and everyone dies of thirst. So I think I think that's important to kind of keep in mind here that these verses when they're talking to people and talking to them within the context that actually is very meaningful for them to understand what it means just keep that in your mind as you listen to it. Clearly, Dena

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fie have forever and ever meaning eternally the leader who will oppose it, I'll leave indeed that is the ultimate triumph poses a success or victory or triumph is probably a better

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is a very much an acceptable translation.

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The greater the ultimate pose, or triumph is when you come on the day of judgment. And as you crossed out, c'est la vie, you're late is

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self produced, and it's lighting your way. And it's a part of who you are. It's moving you forward, and your destination, the good news that someone's calling upon your eyes, you caught up so long that your destination, our gardens that are self sustainable, and you are there eternally. And that is the ultimate triumph. That's a really beautiful idea that kind of just describes some good tidings that the people the movements are told as they cross it off, and that's what he means subhanaw taala and still with Maria, when he says what it mean, come in, redo her can Allah Allah, Becca? Atma, macabre? Yeah. So there's an iron, Marie. And that's very important. And it's kind of

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what it mean come in, there's none of you, except they will worry too how they will be brought to it. And some people misunderstand this verse as in Jahannam, not as any everyone will enter Janome No, it means everyone who brought to it so that they may cross they'll slip up. And either they make it to the other side, or they don't. And this is a part of our and I think an important understanding. And one more just one more piece before I move on. For Silla is that the set up is the name of it is the same thing that we talked about in Surah is the same word for a reason it's the same word, because it's going to be the same way. It's just your level of adherence to a set

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autonomous theme, but dunya is going to reflect directly on your level of adherence to those set out over judging them on the Day of Judgment. And

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you will hear to those sit on how did you hear to those sit on regulate how you stand, but that's how you're going to be that's how you're going to be On Dalsu. This is going to reflect directly that one, that's why you have the same name, it will sit up on this team. And here's also to help us see, you know,

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glide over it just like you didn't hear similar to why how did you do this was this okay, extremely Rocky, and new and an inconsistent journey, then that's what this is going to be. If somehow you figured this out at the end and you were you perform the right amount of Toba repentance and you you stayed and your grit and your commitment allowed you to walk the straight path until then that's how it's going to reflect on you on the Day of Judgment there. So it's an important aspect or element to kind of reflect upon. And if you read the Hadith and you go through the Prophet alayhi salatu salam stories, you'll hear a lot of things about about people's experiences over the last little while the

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hardest to hear is the experience of them with 15. hypocrites, which is what we're going to be talking about in a moment. So as we read these verses, you can remember and when I feel the judgment goes across the

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meter by meter,

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step by step being pulled down, scratched and tugged out the whole time until they make it to the end of it. And just before they can get their hands on the other side where genoways They fall

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they go through the whole journey just to follow the end that's what the month of course, is I'm gonna have to put in this extra flex perfectly their life you already had Islam you already had righteousness it was right there you had it in your head, the palm of your hand, you were taught it was explained to you was role modeled and you didn't want to do any of it. And that's exactly what's going to happen to you were this close or the Day of Judgment started you're throughout the journey you'll get this close and then you'll fall because it's always less for you. All you have to do is just to see through that which was explained to you which we knew was correct and what was

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meaningful. And you knew that it was the right way to live life. But then they didn't and they have no good reason of why they didn't let's recite a number 13 The shots I where this story started is going to be told Yeah, well may have cool Munna Munna Munna the part who will lead the man who.

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nelco Toby's mean new Recoome

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three level letter O G O Ekholm

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Meltemi suno

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but booty bear Boehner whom be sued in hooba

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badly and who see here rough man

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Well boy hero who meal pre belly heal as

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though it's meal pre body, okay, so it's not

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and publicly I know that you look at me that may come to mind first. So Smeal Peabody, he and I'll explain to you what that means in a moment. So yo maya poo. So yo Matt again is repeated, if you look at the two verses on your site, they both started with yoga on the day or on that day this will occur. So he repeats it against opponents so that you understand that was was he's talking about jujitsu is happening at the same time is the same experience same context of the story. So y'all may have pulled them when I when I That same day, the same context, same time, the hypocrites both male and female, just like the believers, both male and female at the beginning,

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will say,

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little Latina, and they will address the believers own Voronezh, Verona. Verona means wait up for us, please, slow down, stop moving quickly. Because they don't have any light.

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They are walking, they have nothing. And they are looking at the believers who are moving forward with light. And they're saying slow down so we can use you to navigate so slow down. So we can use your light on Vodafone app now, but Debbie's locked up is coming from public spa versus a

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candle or a source of light. So now that is mean, we asked for a source of light. In Arabic the derivative whenever you take the three, the three letter word, route, and then you put between the first letter and the second letter that within a verb then it becomes asking for the thing. Not that that matters to you. But anyways, that's just how Arabic works. So an octopus Babis is a source of light now Tebbetts means asking for the source of light because you took the top and you shoved it between the coffin in the in the word covers anyways. Yeah, he's gonna be we'll talk about this more if you attend his courses. Now could there be some innumerous? Well as we take any benefit from from

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your source of late

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at that point, as they're asking for that, asking for the movements to do that the you know, it'll Jihu

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they are called upon not by the believers, but by some other source of sound, or voice elegir who can go back to dunya.

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The believers that you see the source of light that they have, they brought it with them from dunya this is the result of the lifestyle that they lived. These are the choices that they made.

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You want light to go back to dunya, it'll JIRA accom or accom, what's behind you? What's behind you not in terms of of space, but in terms of time, and an Arabic both. When you use the word what can mean either or it doesn't matter, it context usually explains it here. I mean, there's no point of it being space wise, because there's no light behind them. elegir what I can go back to dunya go back to the life that came before, make some different choices and live a different way. And then you'll come back and you'll have and you'll have, you'll have light, you don't get to use someone else's. This is something that they worked hard for it and Allah subhanaw taala gave it to them

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specifically, you're not permitted to use it elegido ACOEM Meltemi su ora and look for your light

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Meltemi Sunova. That's what he's saying Subhana wa Tada go back, your life, your previous light, and look for your light. And this is what they're told. Now, obviously, they can't do that. So option.

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But I think this is they're not for them because they it doesn't matter at that point for them whether they do this or not. Maybe it's for those who still have the option of doing this.

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You're told go back to your life and find your light il team SL tembisa meaning you search for something. Lamps is when you touch the ultimas is where you're, you're touching around looking for something, felt me sooner I go and go back and look, look for your light or find your light, find your light and then come back. And that's what you're supposed to be doing now. filtermist neuron is the is the concept that this is trying to explain. Find your light. Find that which will enlighten your heart didn't he say that supplements are just now in the sort of Hadith. Let's go back go back a few just turn the page backwards.

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The baby backwards and look at a number nine. What does he say? Soprano is out of there. Who will let the university know Allah Abdi he's the one who descends upon his servant. Clear Signs, clear signs, clear physical signs that will point you in a direction of monotheism and belief in God. Do you reject Him so that He may remove you mean of Illuminati either nor from a state of darkness to a state of enlightenment? That's the point of this. So they're told that they have judgment, those who didn't listen to any of it. It will tell you soon Nora. Go back to dunya and find your light. Search for the light and you'll find it is there. It was there all along. You just didn't look for it. Or

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you look for it but you didn't want it. And now you want it now you're asking the movement ahead of you. Wait, I mean No, no, no, no, they're not waiting for you. They worked hard for this. They did. No one deserves anything but but that's what Allah subhanaw taala uses to describe on the Day of Judgment they they are being given this right justly and rightfully and fairly

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You didn't do anything, go back, go back. You have to go back to Estonia and find your late you don't get to use someone else. On the Day of Judgment, go back find yours. But I can go back Well, too bad. Sorry. But on the day of judgment, that's how it's going to sound. But it doesn't have to be that No.

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Judgment will be very sad. Yeah, it can't go back. And that's what to ask for. Most people in the judgment will ask us that is their prime. That's their primary question. That's their, that's the FAQs. That's number one. And we go back, just send us back. Let us back we will, we will ace this. I will be the old god, you sent me back and watch me I will be the most amazing Muslim you've ever seen. I will day and night I won't even sleep. I wanted to say basis. No, no, you're not going to use one chance you get one, one time thing, you don't get it, you'll get another chance. No, sorry. That's why you should have been looking for your light. And that's where we you and I should be

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looking for ours. We look for your light find it is something that will grant you an inner light that you will appreciate having that you won't be able to live without it will be the only valuable thing that you got is the only thing that will truly truly matter to you. If you don't have it yet, then you need to find it. And because when you do, then you understand what I'm saying. What I'm saying will make full sense to you. And if not, then you won't until you do what is valuable to you in your life you'll start to as you grow up, you'll start to identify more and more things as valuable. The most valuable thing you have is your understanding of what Allah and Allah is, and the

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relationship that you have inside your heart with Allah subhanaw taala. To hear this you have to the word of Allah to the Quran, that is the most valuable thing that you carry. And that has to be how you feel it because that is your light. And that is going to guarantee that you'll make it on the Day of Judgment. That's what's gonna allow you to get through whatever difficulties whatever is handed out to you in dunya that you don't like you'll get through it because of that light. And if you don't, if you actually don't go find that light then then I'm not sure exactly what Islam is going to do for you.

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It is an adherence to a social 94

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a social contract and all but, but it's the light that he's you're being asked to go by Tammy Sue Nura?

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There's no point of this idea by the way, if we're not if we don't learn from it ourselves, because the Mona Lisa can't do it. But usually there's no there's really no no benefit from it then when I feel can't do that to go back to dunya get you they can't everyone knows that well why are you even saying this? Just tell them stand where you are. And then that's the contingent good because the continuation of the verse full time is for believer but you know whom be suited level Bob. And when that happened, a wall is put between the believers and the Muna 15 A sewer is basically a high wall. It has a door the hubbub bow cleaner who the inner side of it feel rock now you find compassion

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there because that's where the believers are heading towards agenda. Well, the hero who had the the other side of it the the apparent side, the side that then what have you seen because we're looking at things from the, in this area, we're looking at things from the from the perspective of whom,

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and when I feel clean, because that's how this first started. But looking at this from the perspective of the moon clean, so what about when is the other side of the door of the wall, they can't see it, the inner side of the wall is full of compassion, the present side of the wall, they're side by hero who in theory hear from that side from that side forward, either is only torment is only punishment, there's not meant publicly before it is to work from its side towards you. That's what I mean. feeble means I mean, double means before main table means coming to you from that direction. That's what happened. What happens is a wall a high wall is put between they

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can't get over it has a door. It has a door so they can get through it. Some people get through, but you're not going to be able to benefit from the light of the person in front of you. On that side. Compassion continues because the believers are heading towards gender on this side, this punishment.

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We didn't need that piece. You are what convinced me soon hoorah. This verse would have worked without that piece, in terms of our understanding of what occurred. At that moment, that piece is for you and I, that piece there is for us, because they can't do that. And there's really no benefit of them hearing that. But there's benefit from you and me.

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Well, tell me sooner, go find your light, find it, search for it and find it. So that we call you on your piano you're able to walk, you can move you can maneuver, you're not blind, you're not walking in the dark, you know asking someone else can you hold up so I can then even if they hold up for a little bit,

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you're not going to be able to do it. They're gonna there's gonna be a physical barrier. Really interesting. The

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the way that he on the day of judgment between the hypocrite and the light is a physical barrier. In dunya it was a spiritual one.

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On the Day of Judgment, the light is physical and the barrier is physical and Donia neither are both are spiritual and understand the contrast that the way the last part is kind of playing this, telling us a story and Donia the

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barrier between them the hypocrite the person who knew what was right see a hypocrite is not someone who, who doesn't believe in things as someone who, who either doesn't like it because it doesn't serve their their serve their self interest or they didn't adhere to it enough or they went against the ethics or the kind of you know, worked against this nun from the inside. There's a lot of the spectrum of hypocrite hypocrisy on the FOP is very wide, there's a lot of different so he doesn't want to have your own. He's referring to people who hide a basic understanding of this time had a good exposure to Islam and had reasons to believe a lot of them were not paid with the Prophet

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alayhi salatu salam, some of them are still in the first line.

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Some of them they attended is Giovanna, it was set up more than a year. And I can say,

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I can't say that. I can't say any prayer at all with him on a hit. So I didn't. If I didn't want to miss Jomar, you couldn't I probably wouldn't. You'd need I'd have like four secretaries. And no one could speak you attend to something with the malleus slot was and they did and they still didn't make it very far. So Allah subhanaw taala, other than just me shows

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the light that the movements had. And the digit is physical and donated. And the barrier that's going to exist between the hypocrites and the light is going to be physical even though it didn't it isn't. It's like on a date and life. These are the spiritual things. I'll make them materialistic for your multi MC, you see them in case they weren't making sense to you now? Because now you're like, What are you talking about? No, okay, fine. You're welcome. You get to see what I'm talking about. When I talk to you about that light, and you're listening to me and it makes no sense. Yes, it is light, it is like just spiritual light. And then the judgment will be materialistic light. And

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at that time, you need it to be that because that sounds gonna you're gonna get yourself to the other side, where else you're going to fall in duniya that was holding you back from doing the right thing for what's holding you back from that light is not a physical barrier. There's no wall you need to jump over. It's the wall you have to go over to the wall of yourself. It's your it's your self interest. It's your selfishness. It's your vanity and arrogance and jealousy and, and lack of, and laziness and just lack of an indifference and lack of caring and lack of compassion. That is that is the wall that exists between you and your life. It's not physical, but your milliamp will be

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is that the light that you're going to actually obtain in dunya is not physical, but you will know Pm is going to be in the sand. These beautiful, beautiful girls so to Hades is filled with all these small, tiny

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little, little gems that if you look deeply you'll you'll see them and you'll hear them. And so that's the example he gives the PIO So the story is not over. The wall is there on the other side is compassion. On this side is tournament the same thing by the way. I think that's symbolically the same thing. Same thing spiritually in duniya this wall that you put up between this spiritual the self, the soul based wall a barrier that exists between you and enlightenment that you put up there on this side of it is just more misery. It's just more torment and means it's unhappiness on that side is where you're going to find your compassion. Because when you get over that, just get over

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that peace. Get over yourself get over understand what is valuable in life and what's worth living for. And what you're here to do and you'll find beauty

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in the materialistic description of it your milk dama is exactly what it isn't dunya it's just it's not it's not physical in dunya something different it's always like a look I think you don't have to

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explain it to me tonight

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like a lucky thank you let's be diverse after because the story is actually not done. You want to do now whom LM neck Macomb

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watch out when you read this word what are what are our bells bells Doom is not our bells on the fire the side is very powerful. You don't want his power to ruin the bat before it or the TAT after it then whenever you have a heavy letter, a letter that is move on and multipath collect the solid is you want to make sure that it does not ruin the lightness of the letters that come before and after it. So what better way to rob Bell's tomb. So it takes a little bit of a little bit of an acrobatics in the tongue to make sure that you keep the bat and the TAT both late and the side holds on to its strength in terms of how it's supposed to sound we have what's cool many new

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wells are working, be learned he will

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tell you mela you Kazumi

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work on now we're all here Marula comb

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where we sell male see

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on that day as that happens, you know, I do wonder whom they call upon the meaning. The Muna 15 they call once the once the the wall is is established and the door is closed and they can't see anymore. They call upon the believers who they were using their light before they say LM Nico Malcolm, were we not with you?

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Why is this happening? Why is there a barrier between us? Were we not with you before? This is just it's better.

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To further prove my point, when I said them, we're not only are not the disbelievers, the people, no, no, they're actually going to say on that day, were we not with you? And the answer is going to be called Oh, Bella, yes, you are with us. These are people who came and attended and sometimes part of things. So there's just so you don't think that this is referring to people who are never No, no, there's no we're not 15 We actually came to stuff and attended and were part of different activities and maybe even attended prayers, but it is a scary thing. So Allah subhanaw taala Salam, it's a very scary thing. Because the other day, they don't have light. Others do. And now there's a barrier and

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they can't see anymore. So they call where we know with you, and they say you better you are with us. But then there's some exceptions to that. Well, I can Nico. I'm going to go through a few things. But then to full circle. What Rob does tomb

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tablet tomb will not come Will Imani you at Amarula. Overcome Billa Hill overall, they're gonna point out five things that they did wrong on that day. Some scholars say that these this answer is not from the believers that they rather from some of them and that are from Allah subhanaw taala himself or extra commentary that the verse is offering to us in terms of what exactly the reasons, but here are the reasons that Allah subhanaw taala puts for them. Number one for 10 to come full circle. fitna is when you put yourself in a position where you are so tempted, and so distracted, you don't know what to do anymore. That's why we'll fix that too. I should do middle button causing

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chaos causing fitna where there's where there's confusion, and there's there's chaos and there's loss and people don't know what to do anymore is worse than maybe an act of murder. Because that's one thing you punish the person for it you pay the deal we're done. But this here is confusion a lot of bloodshed will follow from will follow this one this action so far. 10 to man falsetto, meaning you misled, distracted, confused yourselves. You confuse yourselves, you put yourself in situations where it was hard to figure out what was right what was wrong anymore. That's why it's so important as a Muslim that you take time to think about these things. Some paths are hard to come back from

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some mistakes are hard to come back from it's just the reality of life. Certain things if you do certain things, you make certain mistakes, if you walk down certain paths, it becomes really hard to come back. And even when you come back, you're you're so distracted and confused and, and scarred by what happened that it's difficult for you to make the right decisions to be very, very careful. There's this really weird way of thought that I think is worthy of just thinking about or taking a moment and just contemplating where where a young person will come to me there's what they'll say. They'll say, I mean, how do I know what's right and wrong if I don't try it? Right? They don't try

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it? Well, so to what degree am I going to entertain this idea with you? And to what degree are you going to entertain this idea with yourself? But what exactly do you want to try? Like how far are we gonna go with this hypothesis? Well, I don't how do I know if it's right or wrong for I try it? Heroin?

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It's very, you know, there's almost no way back from that one like a once you try that you're pretty much a customer till the end is very difficult. So what exactly are we talking about here? I need to try things. What things? What are you basing that argument on? What are you bringing to when you bring me this this idea or this thought process? What is it based upon? What evidence do you have to support that people should try stuff before they figure it out? Whether it's right or wrong? Murder, maybe theft robbery, you need to know what exactly are we talking usually they're just referring to alcohol and sex. Those are two things that people they want to try. Who said that those are less

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dangerous than the things like the examples I gave you?

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Who said that they're less

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stages are less problematic or less impactful than the examples I gave of horrific, addictive drugs and acts of horrendous of rendus harm. They're not Allah's or solicit, or they wouldn't make them both haram. He said, Don't do this. But this is more optional, but he didn't, that these are all haram. Because these all will affect you in different ways. Some of them will affect others, some of them will affect you, some of them will affect you and others, so just leave them alone as a package. They're all problematic. But then to Memphis, and pusa calm is when you put yourself in a position where where you can food, can you confuse yourself, you misguided yourself, you misled

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yourself, and you couldn't figure your way around things anymore. And I watched that all the time. I listen to people are very confused,

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very confused. And there's so it's so hard to help someone back from that degree of confusion. Because when you overload your system, overburden your system with too much useless information, or are useless experiences that you don't know how to process and deal with, it can be very difficult, especially when you're young, especially when you're young. And your parents have a good reason to be scared for you. They do your parents have good reason to be worried about you. You're young to have good reason. Your degree and level of development at certain ages.

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Is not.

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It's not bulletproof, and certain things can affect you in ways that you don't understand yet. You'll only comprehend this when you're a little bit older. Today, if you ask me. I remember. I remember being 22

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Yeah, no, I remember it really well.

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I was quite, I thought I had it all figured out. And I knew nothing.

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I knew nothing. I did nothing at all.

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If I look back, I look back at my 22 cell phone and go, you idiot. In every aspect of your existence. You have no idea what you're talking about what you're doing. hamdulillah Allah subhanaw taala granted us some those who stood by us and protected us. Let's be very careful. Be very careful. Be very careful because that's one of the that's the first thing they're told on that slip off as they lose light as they have no access to help anymore. But then Tom and full circle you confused and distracted and misguided yourselves. Because what you did to yourself? Is not what we did no one did this to you did this to you. That's the first thing they're going to hear out of all

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the mistakes that are made. That's the first one. Yes, I think this is very eye opening to me. Because you're being they're being told that on the Day of Judgment, you don't get a lot of that a lot of the other day of judgment is all about either reward or punishment. There's not a lot of reflection going on. You'll Milty Yeah, because there's no point why why Telly talk to you about reflection or what you should have done because it doesn't make a difference it's over now there's no second chances here so you're gonna go to wherever it is, you're going to go but this is sort of Hadid you have this glimpse just as one time kind of offering opportunity. Here's what went wrong.

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Here's what went wrong number one but then to come full circle you you distracted and misguided and lost yourself. What are about stoom and you wasted a lot of time it's not Bose is just waiting around waiting for things to happen. waiting for things to come your way you have strong Dean today know why I don't know this is the number one answer by the way, by the way by far like the first best answer you got it I don't know. Which is really weird answer if you think about it, like in so many ways. What are you waiting for?

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Something to change something to happen you're waiting for something.

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Someone has to kind of pop that bubble for you. Nothing's happening. Nothing's coming nothing no no no one's coming no one's no one's happening. I think going to occur you're not going to go to sleep one night and some guy dressed in white with a little come in bless your forehead and you'll wake up early and you're able to know that's not happening what are our bus Doom is when you sat around and you waited you waited for things to happen you waited for things to come your way you waited for change to occur change that was supposed to be you change was the change that was your job to begin with. When you started on waiting for it this is why you're lost this is why you don't have lathe

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you're milking them because you What did you do? What were you waiting for? All these people who we talked to on deliveries? Why aren't you a better Muslim? What is it that what is what's what's wait what are you waiting for? And they'll give you these things I'll be waiting for once I'm done this high school why I'm done why I need to finish my undergrad I need only get married once once I have my there's nothing to wait for. There's nothing guaranteed aside from the moment that you and I are sharing right now. Everything else is just rolling the dice is just an issue of probability or your limit you may not

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there's nothing what do you what do you been waiting for? There's nothing to wait for. There's now take whatever your priority list tells you is important. Start doing it immediately. Not after Saudi Arabia even not after this does now. Do it as I speak to you right now because this is all you got. A total boss is waiting around for things to happen.

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nothing's going to happen. I know people who've spent all their lives waiting for something. All they're like they spent like decades upon decades until they got into the 60s, they figured out there was never going to happen. Because if you don't happen, nothing is really going to happen. What do you think the odds are of things actually coming and happening for you in life, they're very, very rare. Some, some, by the way, these are things that are looked at, like there are, you know, epidemiologists and statisticians who have looked at what, when it comes opportunities, what up or whatever the percentage of opportunities actually come to you real meaningful opportunities.

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And it's less than the one percentile is zero point something percent that actually come your way. Or there are things you have to go and you have to go find yourself, at the knock on the door yourself, you have to keep pushing, you have to go and make real, very, and most people will get the opportunities come to them aren't ready for them. majority of them will actually have the opportunity come and knock on their they're not ready for it. Not being ready for an opportunity that's presenting itself to you is just as bad as not getting one at all. Probably worse, because you'll there's so much more to regret. What Robusto number one, you confuse yourself, you're

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distracting yourself, don't last. Me too when you're on choices. And this, you did this to you. No one does this to you this to what the Lord does to and you sat around and you waited, wait and wait. And nothing happened because there's nothing to wait for? Well, if debitum And you were in a state of doubt, you had lack of commitment to one thing. This is a big problem. People who are neither here nor there, they're neither committed to what Allah subhanaw To explain to neither, they're not committed to something different. They're kind of somewhere, they're just they're just basically rocking back and forth between a state of clarity and a state of, of lack of clarity. Sometimes

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they're they're sure, sometimes they're doubtful, they're never sure of they're never they're not stuck in one place. That's a lie. If you can just, if you just commit yourself for a year or two,

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you will find so much of a difference in your life experience, you'll find so much difference in your self esteem form, you'll find so much difference in how you undress perceive the world around you. And you'll find so much difference in in your ambitions and your goals and your long term and your understanding of the world. But because people have guilty of that it can be taboo already Buffy now, right? There's no doubt in it. There's no lack of clarity. Well, whatever term you're always he just you lacked clarity. And you're like commitments and it was just kept on. You're wishy washy, basically you should. There was nothing. You never committing to anything. We never stick to

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something because you didn't. You lacked that clarity on it.

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Don't live a life of it. Don't live like that. It's not worth living like that.

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Is it safe for me in this session to see that

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the life of a golfer is better than the life of them on Earth. Do

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we have enough maturity in this room for me to say that without people misunderstanding what I'm trying to say?

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A character's life is better than when I thought by far as far as a car for at least knows what they're doing. It's wrong. But they're clear on it.

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It's wrong, but they stand for it. This is what they believe. This is how they want to live. They don't care about what you have to say. They never have and never will. And this is what they're doing. They're committed to their lifestyle. It's wrong. I'm not defending it. I'm not asking you to go and think of doing that. But at least element of it because no we've been we've ever been Nicola ILAHA Hula,

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hula. For many years Lila, who fell into je de la Husa. Vela, whatever that means, or they're just keep on moving from one state to the other. They can't seem to find any degree of stability in either places, or just the like stability. There neither with that group, or with this group completely lost. That's a bad way to live life. You understand why Muslims aren't too happy? This is why Muslims like happy not because Islam is not offering is because there's lack of something else.

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No, your your look sometimes because sometimes I get this from younger people. I like the purity and the and the genuine genuineness and the clarity of some member of you'll say, why is it that people don't believe in God at all, I can see so many of them. They're happy because they're stuck to what they got. They do not in doubt. They're not they're not asking questions anymore. They made the decision to go in with it. Have you

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have you?

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It's a simple question. Have you made a decision on what matters to what you're gonna do? Yes, then you'll be happy to. And if you haven't made that decision, and you're somewhere in between whatever, you're not going to be happy, not now and not later. And this is not me calling upon people to go ahead and do something different. It's the opposite. I'm just trying to explain to you the problem. The problem of the fact is when you're neither here nor there because you haven't been able to make that decision yet and you have not committed yourself to one thing yet.

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Whatever to the third or third one, I think third one will not come will need you at Amarula and you allowed your delusional thinking to

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push you until the day you died. Laura Laura

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meaning, I make you believe something is more than what it really is. That's what it's all about means I'm going to make you think that something is more valuable, more insignificant, more important than what it really is. And money is wishful thinking. Honestly, there's no other translation for that. That's what Omnia is a wish me many years that wishes wishful thinking just hope, delusional thinking things that aren't going to happen, but somehow a part of you wishes they would. So the road Kamala money, you kept on this wishful delusional thinking aloud, you continued to fool you that duniya was more valuable than Ashkelon, then certain aspects of your life were more

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important than others, until the command of God came a Marula? What is the command of Allah death?

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You stay focused on what's what's not? What do you think? What do you think most of what we teach here is about it's about learning to have presence with Allah subhanaw taala, just living the moment, don't live in tomorrow. And then tomorrow, live in the day after.

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Dogs, it's a horrible way to live. We all do that, by the way, to a certain degree. It's not nice, not fun. It's not it's not healthy at all. When you keep on living, the hope there's something else, something bigger, something better, you're not satisfied with what you have, you don't see the value of what you're actually experiencing right now.

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Then you're, you're being fooled by a delusional thought process. And the only time that will stop is when you're under the ground. And you can't, there's no way there's no future to look forward to anymore. All right, cool. Amanda, you I remember,

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maybe the ask the question was, What is happiness? They said, having something beautiful to look forward to?

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That's how they defined it. But what our definition?

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What a sad definition because what if you don't have something for it to look? What if you're at some point where you don't have something breaks look forward to you can't be happy? I don't think I honestly don't think that's true. But I mean, human race has some so some of us that's how we live. All right, come with me you had the umbrella, but a lot of work on Billa Hill Road and the one who heard or is not included, by the way to make sure you know the difference. A little huddle is the one who brings upon coolness or foolishness, the one who fools you. That is the name that Allah subhanho uses to describe the shape line.

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So at the end here, there are two reasons why the last two reasons One of them is from the neffs. Or any that delusional thinking that neffs does the soul does, it keeps on cooling, there's something better that the grass is somehow greener on the other side. Keep on hoping for that and thinking about that until you die. And then we'll go to work on Billa HIV and then someone else is going to fool you about God Himself. And that's what the shaytaan does. It's only fools you about God makes you think God is something that he's not or he's different than it's not healthy. To think not to know who Allah subhanaw taala is, it's not healthy not to know as Allah Allah has compassion, but

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it's also not healthy not to know Allah subhanaw taala is punishment. And if you believe ALLAH SubhanA is one and not the other, then that's not healthy and someone's being fooling you. And now that you have judgment, you're gonna come and find something that's not going to work.

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Meaning you're gonna live a life that's problematic. And then you're gonna come in the judgment be very disappointed, disappointed being because you are fooled about who Allah subhanaw taala is water reclamation loves to do that he wants to make you think God is something not the other. When Allah subhanaw taala did not ask him or ask you to listen to Shangela in terms of who he is here, he explained who he was supine with. And the corner very clearly had to have these conversations quite a bit. A lot of people who don't are non practicing Muslims, who says they have their own understanding of who God is. They will read the book.

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See what Allah says the result nada. I have my own.

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Up to you, up to you, up to you.

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Well, I can convert into full circle to misled distracted us yourselves. What our app does to you sat around waiting for things to happen that would never happen or debit to when you lived in a state of continuous doubt. Well, what's cool and money you had a umbrella and you allowed your neffs to delusionally fool you with wishful thinking until your death came. And we'll have to work on biller hill or illustrator and tell you about God that

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this is what

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you do the five things

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that they're answered on the Day of Judgment

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of why it is that they're lost.

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What happens then? polyoma is what they're told failure. Omala you have to mean come here to Well, I mean, Alladhina CAFO today, no ransom is taken from you, nor from the disbelievers. Right so you understand this is talking about them without filtering out the disbelievers because there's being added here. But the OMA today, law you are doing configure, we don't take a ransom from you can't pay your way out. You can't pay your way out of this. No, no, there's nothing that there's no price that will allow you to remove yourself from where you are. When I mean Alladhina Cafaro we won't take it from you nor from those who disbelieved completely

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referring to the fact that they're talking to children without us being here to work with them.

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Know when they are the biller. Your final destination is the Hellfire he mo Laocoon it will be your supervisor, it will be your only support it will be the only place that you will exist will be setting they'll see you and what a horrible and horrifying and that is, you will see it as a place that you end up in OBS. And mostly you don't there is no worse. There's no worse place to end up in at the end than this.

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Let's recite this last verse here and 16 I may not be able to go through the Chinese the Deaf see of it because you only have nine minutes left. But at least I can give you the rest or the remaining or this week to think about it. Like really think about it because this is a definitely an area that is worthy of your contemplation and reflection. If ever there is an ayah in the Quran, that is worth you taking time to think about to really internalize and to reflect upon in depth then this is number 16 And so I need for sure it's up there on that list of verses that you definitely at some point in your life to take time to think about torsade inshallah Tada LM yet needy loving Manu and

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the Hoshiarpur Lulu whom

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so watch out for the word yet knee that Hamza has sukoon is not so keep this hands a very silent yet yet knee just be very careful with how you you keep the Hamza so the hummus is a hard letter to keep silent because it's very heavy and it's very severe letter and so that's why most of the differences within it is either it's the emphasis either they do read before it or after it or before and after it or they remove it completely or they make it easier. They do different things with it because it's a heavy letter so be very careful when you say you and shout out boo boo whom Lydic Rila he was known as El Amin al help

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wala yakun Kalevi tool kita mu cobble

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por la la Himal Emma Doofer corsets Kulu whom

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work I see you mean whom first Cebu?

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Yeah Allah mu and Lor her you feel more meat here Allah mu and law how you are Baba, Mo D

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for the bay, Yun Moon

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Tila Alaikum Moon time for you

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now that recited them, they're officially a part of today's Tafseer. So you're forced to think about them reflect upon them. I'm going to talk about them a little bit today and then talk about them a lot next time in sha Allah Tala. They're very important. And yet when these verses were revealed in Mecca, this is a mecu Surah by the way, as I pointed out, and I pointed out that aside from a number, what was it 10

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It's all Makita and there's some difference of opinion that could parts of it could have been revealed in Medina, which is fine and normal. Some verses were revealed in Medina and added to certain sewers, but sorts of Hadith altogether is a mucky Surah it was an early sutra where this ayah was revealed to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam Massoud tells us that the Sahaba walk around after this is talking to each other saying muda al tomb models on Atom murder occurred them to him What have you done? What have you been? What have you offered? Me they would walk around blaming each other? What have you done? What did you do know that what did you do and they're blaming you

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why why is this coming to us? Why is the Prophet alayhi salatu salam reciting this if pious what have we done what have you done? So it was becoming very they were very passionate about this and this caused a lot of sobbing amongst them because the I the meaning of it, yet need comes from

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the if they earn today or right now a learner and Owen for example the time has come so you need meaning has the time not come LM yet any has the time not come? That's what it means linguistically. Lm yet any little Edina has the time not come for the believers and Daksha Pulu boom lyric real human as well. I mean, I'll help or their hearts to find clarity, to find connection to find presence, to find mean meaning to find that light

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To find that light, let's not let's not, let's not explain this word outside of the context of the verses we were just reading. Let's understand this word just based on what we actually just recited and suited to Hadid itself, to find that light,

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when they are exposed to the remembrance of Allah, the killer woman as Ella Mira, and the revelation that has come down that is righteous. And the righteous revelation that has been descended upon as the time not come, is the question

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is a rhetorical question. Yes, it is, of course, the all of the time has come. But that's what he's asking is the time has come for your heart, to find meaning to find that light within his remembrance and within the words that he has ascended. The righteous words that he descended upon His Prophet has the time not come for you to find that presence to find that humbleness, that closeness, that clarity, that profound meaning has the time not come for that to be the case.

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When a Akula Xena Wootton kita, and for them not to be like the people who are given the book before, up on it, he will emerge. And then a lot of time went by, because it's coloboma. And so much time passed by that their hearts hardened. And they stopped feeling anything. And they stopped understanding anything, and what they were listening to meant nothing to them anymore. And when that happened, they lost adherence. And once they lost it to hearing this, they stopped preserving. And once they stopped preserving their faith fell to pieces, and then nothing was left of it anymore.

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Whether you're cool no and for them not to be has the time not come for them to find that presence. That who sure there is no translation for the word for sure. There is no translation for that word, I'm going to explain to you next week, I'm gonna explain to through a long sentence. That's my sentence. If you ever use it, you have to know us, okay, but it's my sentence. Explain it to you. And so because there's no translation for it. If you try to translate it, you butcher the meaning it's very important word here, he's asking you at the time not coming for you to find for short when you recite His words, and remember him at the time not come for you not to be like the people before

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you can let the you know to determine for those who are given the book. And then they allowed a lot of time to pass by with no meaning fullness, with no presence with no connection. And then their hearts because of that became hard while cathedral minimum Facetune. And then many of them continued to be rebellious. And many of them went astray and got lost. Yeah. No, this is my this is honestly one of my favorite verses in the whole Quran. I've talked about a lot of times and sometimes I feel silly thinking the same thing. Whenever I'm asked a question, I mean, there are the scholars historically have done these collections where they say what is the most scary verse in the Quran?

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And then they would come up with examples. What is the most

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average Elijah I have to Quran which is what I'm telling you the verse that offers the most hope in the Quran. And then each scholar, the Prophet, Allah is awesome may have said something but scholars say I think this one is, this is this is my two cents, on the most hopeful eye on the Quran. To me, this is this one here, not 16 that we were 17 is the most hopeful I in my mind in the Quran. Because he tells you suppose that I know that Allah Subhan Allah grants life to dead earth. After it dies, he grants late life to it

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was so hopeful about that just like He grants dead Earth life, he can grant your heart.

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Your grant that is that's the that's the context of these verses. That's why best slide that verses there. Nowhere so that we anything we recited so far has nothing to do with Earth, or irrigation or water, nothing. But he's talking about hearts that don't have presidents hearts that are that become rigid and hardened, saying no, that I grant dead Earth life.

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I can I can grant you $2 billion camula. Yet we have shown you now the science that I let them talk to you if you reflect upon them, they'll make sense to you. I'll explain that and show a little bit more next week. These two verses please reflect upon them throughout the weeks have been called behind the Corolla ilaha illa. And just to break also Allah who was selling a MOBA, like I don't know, maybe, you know, have you been on Muhammad Allah He was