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The speakers discuss the use of words and phrases in Arabic language, including "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "has been," "

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said I'm already coming home to La he's gonna go to Milan hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah he was rubbish Allah Hi Lisa everywhere Sydney Emery. Melissa Annie fo pony, Robin as a generic maniac Kadeem

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does not become a level headed for everyone for showing up for those of you that are online, just like Kamala hair for logging in. Alright.

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Now quickly, this is how you should take notes. When you are studying to see, okay, you're going to have sections, you can draw a line right in between the center, but leave, you know, I would say a one six of the page empty, leave, don't take the line all the way down, draw the line and then cut it. So now you have actually made a reverse T. But it's upside down. Now on this side, you're going to have word analysis. So we're going to do word analysis, we're going to analyze a few words in Arabic language, we're going to go into the depths of fit, where does it come? Where did it begin from? That's where you want to put your word analysis for that particular page. So if you think

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about it from this page, for example,

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like there's my notes right here.

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Right, so word analysis, commentary interceded in some gems or some reflection points that I want to talk about. So that's how you would do it. When I say tough seed, like if you know the second time around when you go through those verses, that's what we're going to do.

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Anyway, and they will share this inshallah in the WhatsApp group so you will be able to see the pattern very simple, you don't need to follow this but I would recommend this because it helps a lot in sha Allah. Thirdly, you would be able to listen to the lectures we're trying to post every week before the next class the lesson from the last week so if you want to listen to that on your driveway in so you are refreshed about what we talked about that is going to be very important, John,

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any questions before I begin for today's class?

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Okay,

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Jimmy

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now I have a request from the sisters.

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I feel that this room on the side is empty and I feel like I'm talking to ghosts.

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So either return the light upstairs so I can see who is up there and I can communicate because it's for me this is in my eyes and that's all dark. So there's a light over there if we can turn on the lights it's good for you and your note taking you are more than welcome to stay up on the stage. No issues with me but if you would come down that that would be appreciative and Shawn

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does I feel lucky

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim will be Hina stain well our people to live with tequila or DeWanna in body mean, rubbish Raisa their uncle Emery and all of that and melissani of the whole Alia Robin as is an Irishman. Yeah, Kareem.

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So the first part, going through the rest of the word to word translation, it flam ra Alif Lam ra tilde, these ayat verses and keytab will move in the Clear Book in indeed we Angelina who we have sent it for an Quran Arabi In Arabic or in Arabic. I like them so that you that they don't use your intellect, you use your intellect, national, we now pursue we narrate our Laker upon you a Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent us the best of narrations Bhima Oh hyena that of which are because of what oh hyena we have revealed La Vega to you have the Quran in this Quran. Had this Al Quran the Quran? We're in indeed Kunta you were communicability before it laminal of aphelion surely from

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those surely from those unaware

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if when Allah He said useful use of it he said later be here to his father Yeah, Betty. Oh my Father in me Indeed. Indeed. I wrote a to I saw I had an eye chakra 11 Go carbon

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stars was shumsa and sun Well, Amara and mourn, but I don't I saw them Lee for me saggi Dean, ones prostate. prostrating are the ones doing search the Allah He said Yagoona Oh, my beloved son lotta sauce do not narrate row IACA your dream Allah upon a swastika your brother's fire ki do consequently they will plot laka for you.

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Okay then

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plot in NA inna indeed a shape Ana Shavon Lille in 74 in San Juan is an enemy movie non open and clear. Okay that you can likewise yeah just Vika he will choose you a Allah subhanaw taala he will choose you rob Buka your Rob where you only mocha and he will teach you men from that we'll interpretation Allah Hadees

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of the sayings or of the events you can also add the translation of the events can also Hadees is also events while you Timo and he will complete near meta who his favorite alayka upon you Why Allah and upon earlier Hobe the children of Yaqoob are the family of Yaqoob both are correct come on just as a Tama he completed about a week upon your two fathers in Kabul before you Ibrahim Ibrahim Ali salaam what is happening upon it's up

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in indeed Rebecca your Rob and Iman always all knowing Hakeem and always all wise luck I think Ghana free use of liquid certainly kinda the use of kind of basically is is or was both but depending on the contest context, the meaning can change kinda over here is is Ghana is free use of in use of Ali Salam and if you think about it for use in the past Ghana was for you know it was for use of Ali Salam so was in use of Ali Salam or equity and his brother is attuned signs Alyssa Ilene for those who asked it when orlu they said you sue shortly use of what if a who and his brother have boo are more beloved Illa Urbina to our father Mina from us, or then us both are correct. We're not going to

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while we also worked on we are a strong group in indeed, Urbana our father Levy, the word levy is missing in the text. You will have to add that there is a mistake in printing levy law lamp if you don't know then look at any Quran and you can add that word laffy Laureline surely in misguidance morphine one clear oak to use of kill use of any Salah with Rahu or throw him or burn in a land yeah hello it will be empty lecan For you watch you face a B comb your father What a cool no and you will become embody from after it i After throwing him away Coleman

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people saw the pain the ones righteous ones Allah He said you don't one speaker ie one from the brothers one spoke from the brothers one speaker or a lone

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man whom from among them that have to lose if don't kill yourself well I'll go and throw him fee via batil job in the depths of the well delta tau he will be he will pick him not he over here this he is a mistake. They will pick him because it is referring to in the context the caravan but in the literal sense yellowtop It means he will pick him but in the context it is they will take him so just put date in brackets if you want the dosa Yarra bow some a sayonara the caravan

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in if consume you are far Aileen ones who do follow they said our yeah Ivana our father ma laka What is it for you letter Munna you do not trust us I use of regarding use of Ali salaam wa inna while indeed we law who for him then RC horn surely are the ones of from the well wishers we really take care of him we're from the wellwishers or cinema and alpha then send him a SIL who sent him Anna with us today and tomorrow yeah that he will enjoy your lab he will play we're in a indeed LA Zoo for him Yeah have you learned will really take care of him? Allah He said I Kobe salami said in me indeed. Leia Zanoni surely it grieves me and that that her boo you will take away Biggie him what

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Ahafo and I fear and yeah, that yeah Kula who it will eat him as the Boo the wolf. Well, Anton while you are and who are about him off alone.

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ones unaware

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although they said in indeed if Akella who ate him though the wolf will not know while we pose veteran or a group in NA indeed we a then then the horse your own surely ones who are losers dilemma and when they have who they went be with him What do you matter oh and they agreed or they gathered both meanings can happen you can add the word gather their GMAT they agreed oh they gathered

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on that yalu they will put him fee in a via via till job in the depths of the well what our hyena and we inspired Eli he to him let will not be under Home surely you will definitely inform them be Emery him about this matter had

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what home and they are while they love not Yash Elias rune they do not perceive or law and not yet Sharon they perceive well yeah oh and they came about home to their father's Russia and at late or late evening yep gone they were crying all over they said yeah burn our father in indeed. In indeed we the habarana we went nest we were racing what our rock kinah and we left you sufa use of it salaam you're in the near Mata arena, our belongings for Aquila hoods,

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so a wolf ate him well my intervene movement in Lana wama and not until you be more meaning at all one to believe Lana for us. wallow and even if could now we are saw the main ones who are truthful. Wha Oh. And they they brought Isla upon me see he their shirt?

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No, his shirt. My mistake. Yeah, let me see up on his shirt, be them in blood. Khatib false. Allah He said,

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by indeed some wallet. It made appealing so wallet it made appealing it ie it is referring to your neffs there enough's. Lakhan for you and Phu Kham your souls for your souls, Amara matter FASAB rune Jamie lone sub rune. So one so only patience, Jimmy lawn the beautiful one or is beautiful Wallah who and indeed Allah alone and Mustang whom One whose help is sought Allah ma upon what ever tell, see foon you assert

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now we're going to go back to verse number one. And this time around we're going to go through the root word analysis. So I will point towards a few. I mean I could do every single one of the roots but I've highlighted only a few. So we get a certain flavor of the Quran insha Allah. So in the first word Allah subhanaw taala he says I live lamb raw live lamb raw Tilka I attend Kitab in movie these are the verses and Kitab and rubine and Kitab the Book I'll movie in the clear the word llbean comes from the root word of BA yeah noon

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ba yeah known the word by noon means

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something in first Lila well ha ha Rama chi Nam was steady run something separated. So in Fossella separated and whatever was hidden because of that separation became obvious. That is the word beam by noon literally means that okay. So when we say Al Kitab automobile in this book is the one that is clear. What is it doing? Amongst the midst of all the confusion you have in your lives about this or that this book comes? It separates right and wrong and makes it very obvious for you what is clear for you to follow.

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That is the function of this book. But that is the word clear but in reality the deeper meaning of the word moving is what I've just mentioned. The next word we're going to look at this we're going to look at this

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This page

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is dark delune Verse number two, la isla calm so that you don't have to alone use your intellect the word that alone comes from the root word Purple Rain off lamb, Allah, alright, aflam, the word Allah usually

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says something.

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The word Allah basically means in translation you say to use your intellect. In Arabic language, it means it the Raku Hapa at a Shia, it is to be able to decipher the Quiddity of things.

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Okay, to be able to decipher the Quiddity of things, what is the essence or the Quiddity, or of a shear of things that arrived around you? So that is the word often the afternoon. So why is the word tapping on your Apple has that ability to look at a particular thing, and it has the reasoning ability to apply something called an intellectual judgment.

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And that intellectual judgment is coupled with the knowledge of Sharia. That is why Kitab will move in is very important in the beginning, then you're able to get to the essence of things. So what is in your brain and your understanding is, what is equate what equates to the reality? How far is a shear? It is the reality. So what you understand and perceive is what the reality actually is, and the things that we cannot understand that the Kitab comes and tells us.

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Oh, hey, now, Allah subhanaw taala says, external causes Bhima Oh, Hanaa that which will with what we have revealed why

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the word ye o Hanaa? Who's going to tell me the root word of it.

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I just said it to

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wha Ha, yeah, why? I just said, why. Now why actually means ear alarm on behalf

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that I inspire or I pass on information without the other person on the side ever getting

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any whim of the communication that took place between you and me.

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So I'll give you an example of that.

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When you are sitting for example, you know, guests come over at my place. And I look at my son and while I'm talking to my guest, I look at my son with just like a one eye blink and he knows that I need to go and get tea from the guest.

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That is why that I told him something he understood it completely and nobody surrounding around him was able to understand it. Similarly when ye comes from Allah subhanaw taala there is no announcement and you know, there's like a trailer when what he used to come to us with Allah. So Salam, everybody around would be there and Rasul Allah which has become quite and then he would just say, Oh, who here at the verses have been revealed? And he would then recite those verses? Yeah. On behalf

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so to get or to point something out, or to pass on information or knowledge with a way that nobody around secretly does not understand or get Okay.

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Now let's go to the next page.

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Next page, very interesting word hammer.

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Was shumsa will come up the word honor. The root word is ba ma Ra. In Arabic language gambling is called what

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came up who said that? Mr. It is called gambling.

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So who's going to tell me why is the farmer

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called why the root word of the word Tanner or the moon? Why is what's the significance of gambling with the moon

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I'm not gonna give you all the information like that and have to work we have brain food for you pizza

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How are you guys doing online? I guess still surviving

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or the grid handling? Tell me what is the moon gambling with?

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Light.

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It's gambling with the light of the sun. It doesn't have a light of its own. So it Gamble's with the light of the sun and ends up winning the night.

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And that is why they call karma. The moon like the word karma was described because it didn't have a light of its own. It Gamble's with the light of

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The sun falls in lane so it becomes the star of the night. Okay.

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The next word we're going to look at is via key do guide, the root word via key do second line for key do second page second line. Second last word, key guide Cassia dal Cade. The word guide

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is referring to someone who has a hidden or a secret plot.

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And this secret plot

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is only called Cade.

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If the person is incapable of facing the opponent with bravery.

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So when you do not have the courage and the bravery to confront your adversary, your opponent and you want to work behind the door and create hailer and Kate and all these other block things and conniving because you know, you don't have the strength to face that adversary head on. So Kate is always

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a hustler of somebody who's weak, because you do this because you don't have the courage to meet your adversary in front of you.

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The next word we're going to take on this page is Rob in Rob burka, or even hacking last line there where the rub comes from the root word raw bah, bah,

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ba ba Baba Raba robbed basically means

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to take something from imperfection to perfection, in a stage wise development.

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So something that was imperfect, you take that and you turn it into something perfect. And that happens through a stage wise succession

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or development.

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Okay, what does Allah subhanaw taala do with us? We start from a drop, and we ended up being these human beings that you see around.

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That is Rob, he takes a seed

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and he takes care of it stage wise succession until it becomes a flower, and then a fruit, then a seed.

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That is called Rob. And from there comes the word data via

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the word data via same root word. What do you do in tarbiyah, Allah has given you that beautiful soul, that young child that comes, you take that child and you grow, you take care of it. Slowly, slowly, slowly, until that person becomes a full grown person with all the faculties and capabilities. But if that data be up if that care that nurture is not done properly, what happens we end up developing monsters in our communities.

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Next word

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this is I skipped a word

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which is

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actually we can skip this one.

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Actually, I'm skipping a lot here

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No, no, I don't have an Andy. But I'm just trying to skip because of time. I'm going to I have more information than time.

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Okay, so we're going to do this part Rosa. The word was found the next page for us but on next page.

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There are Saba is from iron side BA. What do you call a muscle in Arabic?

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We call a muscle in Arabic.

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Although Kasab also, as it's also called as sub a muscle in Arabic is also refers to NASA or us via refers to men that are between a group of 10 to 40.

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And they are in peak of their youth and they're Shabaab.

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They're called versa.

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And the brothers of use of it salaam were how many

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10?

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Use the valley Salaam for 10. Okay. ossabaw. The next word we're going to look at is I

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have to listen in because we're going to see a lot of this word. I think this is an important one. Right? I actually certainly in so the word is the root word. I add is it? Yeah. I live. Yeah. In the, in the old days, when people used to travel in the desert. They did not have Google Maps

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nor desert maps, nor the all trails app.

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All of those didn't exist. So how did they travel and traverse and navigate through the desert with an ever shifting terrain, the sand use one time it's on this side, one time on the side, they would come and they would put put these huge signposts, like they would have trees, and they would wrap like different color cloth, red, white. And when somebody would be traveling, they would know from stars that I'm going north. And as they're heading, they know the person who is read the Google Maps of that time person who knows where all of these eyes

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were, all of these signposts are marked in the desert. And that person knows. So he's going and he sees, Oh, I see the desert and they were really high. So he knows that once I get to the red post, I need to turn left. Keep going for white flags. I'm gonna turn right, three red flags, and I'm gonna get to my destination.

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I still had this experience where one Bedouin he took me to the desert in the middle of the desert, literally, like 200 kilometers away from city and he's I told him I said, I'm gonna come meet you. And he's like, Yeah, let's go meet where am I gonna meet? It's like meet me at this

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cell phone meet me at the seven cell phone tower after you take the exit. That's like what measures things that cell phone towers, right even to this day, like that's how they measure like, and then he was a Bedouin so we arrived there and he took we took our car all the way in Subhanallah I had no idea how we in the middle of dark night stars and he was just driving his car he knew exactly where he was gonna go in the desert. And then on the way out he told me just go back I'm like me I am not like you I can traverse through the desert alone like that you need to take me all the way to the highway. And then I can go and take night just follow the star just follow the star drive. Keep

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driving keep driving, keep driving, you will reach there. Man, it was so nerve racking for me but that's how till this day they use stars and these signs so I add these verses these are signs

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Okay, we're gonna come back come back to that one more let's do two more pages. Do one more hmm this is good this is good. Next page

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where US advisors father they go too fast and set my hola que la mana that Why don't you believe in us Why don't you trust us the word that mana second line page number four comes from the root word. I live mean known Am I Am I gonna live mean known.

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I live meme known Amman is also the root word for eemaan

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called must have Iman right and the word m actually means Zawada will have

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with HIPAA.

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Zawada will have removal of fear and certitude.

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What does our Eman do in Allah subhana wa Tada.

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It removes all of our fears. We know what's going to happen. If you ever have had a non Muslim, you know, if they if any of their relatives passed away, you know, it is very difficult for them.

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I have few family members who are married Do you know some converts and when somebody in their family died, that individual he does not want to like he goes every Saturday and Sunday in the house and he has no idea how to recollect with all like, how am I going to reconcile he doesn't know what's going to happen. That closure is very important. It gives us code of the World Health. It removes the fear, we know the status of what's going to happen. And then SEPA it gives us the servitude

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and it's a very big blessing that you and I have been blessed with. And none of us signed up a form Sango Allah make us a Muslim.

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Tonight when you go home, make sure you make although before you go to bed and just pray to Allah cause thanking Allah subhanaw taala for the Eman that you have.

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The next word that we're going to read the root word is yellow down here.

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Right below the mana a little bit on the left. The root word of that is right. Ah, a lot. I mean, right. Ah,

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okay. Yeah. Originally it was used when a group of lions hunt

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a beast. And have you ever seen those Discovery Channels where there's like, they're just eating and you're just seeing them in

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ripping apart this poor animal is that act is called erotica.

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And later, because humans as they moved away from being, you know, a dub and all of that, right, the Arabs, they started when applying this word to the people in the bad idea in the desert, and whenever they would attack food and they would eat like animals.

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And it was symbolizing, a, they will not have food very regularly. But if they had that big feast and an animal to eat from, they would be enjoying it. And the only concern those lions have is how I can finish this animal. They're enjoying it so much. Similarly, the people would enjoy the food so much and eat like those animals that they're lost everything around they cannot think of except finishing their food and enjoying it. And from there came the meaning of enjoyment, or doubt that he must enjoy. The next part is your lab. Your lab the root word of your lab is live. Learn nine bas learn.

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Okay, there are two different words there's in Arabic language and that is level. Lamb how, and I'm going to explain both it's very important. In number Daniella Walla, Walla, right LY is first the root word of live. Lob means excessive spit.

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No, I've been spared an excessive speed spit. So when you are exercising or when you're playing something, when you know some of my

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it's good. We're going to end at 945 Don't worry.

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So when we are eating for example,

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what do you call

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now, when Osama and mica eel are playing basketball,

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and they're going going at it right there my team members when they're playing basketball, that's right. The definition of law is it is shown on mobile because the insurer enough's. It's something that is permissible, but you're doing it too. Free your spirit.

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In Shiraz, you want to ease your soul you want to open up, okay? Law who and law if the difference between law and law who love and live is live is something in which you do not forget your obligations.

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So it is a it's a good thing. Lao is something

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that you get involved in, while young felucca and Elijah. And you forget about your YG about you forget about your obligations, everything else.

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Next part.

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This is a deep one.

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I'm just gonna have to measure my words. Oh, I can do this. We're good. Hasn't this is gonna be very interesting for a lot of you.

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Layer Zanoni. Next part under yet, layer Zanoni. The root word is has been has known hasn't in the Arabic language

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is referred to

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hasn't in mineral Arab. A difficult Earth to cultivate. This Earth, it's really difficult to cultivate. It's called Hudson mineral. A difficult Earth to call to cultivate. You can use the word has in for a dab hasn't been at the lab, an animal that is difficult to team.

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So it is referring to the word difficulty. Remember that every time it is varying the difficulty you have hasn't been in us a difficult person to deal with. Okay. Now what happens when somebody is sad? Is it easy to deal with them?

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Is it easy to deal with them? No, they become very difficult they start throwing different different curveballs at you, it becomes really difficult for a person in deep sadness. So when somebody would get into a state of sadness, people would realize you know has origin has seen this person sad. Why are they using the word has been because it's difficult to deal with him at this moment.

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The word hasn't actually not it does not mean sad, but it because it was so excessively used to denote a sad person. Now the meaning became sad

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to mean and with that,

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come to the end.

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We can do one more next page.

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I'm getting carried away.

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Yes.

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You got to speak louder than that

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difficult. So hasn't was used for difficulty. But because it was so excessively used for a person who was in the state of sadness, and he was being difficult, they would say hi Dollar General has seen and it's so difficult to deal with them. It didn't actually mean sad, but because it was excessively used for a person who was in a state of sadness and the difficulty they had with dealing with him, then the meaning trance transferred and it became hasn't is sad.

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Oh, I'm not gonna get into that those lots of No, we're not. If we start going into like the different words for enhanced for sadness, and like for example, as of the rave

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like we're not getting into that depth, but I can I can have this offline inshallah with you.

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Okay, last word, and then we're gonna go back into the meaning in sha Allah. I ask Allah that He gives me that Barack to finish this in the next 25 minutes.

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Okay, last word is my

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truck now useful for indoor arena, second last line, second word on page five, my TA Mata and Maha Omata and that means that the

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the day has risen or the tree or the plant has risen, it is that it has risen or it has been raised.

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And from meta also means mean that I find the root word meta also means empty that I will empty that length or height.

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And from there, the word meta start was being used on items that we use that are of really high quality.

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I didn't joda

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see this, you see how the word transforms in Arabic language. So it was used for height and length. But then every time they would see something really good quality doesn't matter whether

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it's really high in quality.

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And then you see, sometimes people use the word medalla who be Kedah, Allah has given him what I need muda Allah Allah has given him length in benefiting from this particular thing. What does that mean? Allah Allah the whole entire interval that Allah has given him the length in which he can benefit from this new karma or this bounty that Allah has given him? And from there, the word Mattia start you people started using it for every single type of thing that we have in our house that is very precious to us, metallic, you know, household items. And generally we don't buy cheap, bad quality household items, items that are of good quality in our house and we really care about them

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are called METAR. Okay, Jimmy, now the last time we're gonna go back through these verses, and hopefully now you will enjoy these verses together. Smilla rahmanir rahim.

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Ali flambeaux And if lamb raw are fruitful Mapa dot, which means they are words that are cut. You don't say I live on Nam on me moon. You say I live.

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Now I live lamb raw? How many of you attended my football today?

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You did and you did. Anybody else? Okay, so we spent

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5015 minutes just doing the Tafseer of Olive Lanre. I'm not going to do that today. But I'm just going to point out some points very important. Elif lamb Ra is very important for us. We don't need to figure out what the meaning is. But we need to understand why Allah revealed the word if Lanre the first point for us to remember that Rasulullah sallallahu sallam was an illiterate he was an AMI he could not read and write. So when I asked, for example, I asked the sister What is this? What is this?

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I'm like, I'm like am I see? It's a mic. But if I ask another person who's an illiterate What is this? He will say it's a mic. Now if I ask the illiterate person, can you spell this for me? He's like, I don't know how to spell it man. I know this is a mic and that's a cat and that's a dog and that's a light. He's does not know that that is LIG he or MSC he does not know that. So when Rasul Allah was an Omi then how does he know Alif Lam mean?

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That itself is an evidence for his truthfulness that this

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Quran is from Allah subhanaw taala Leanna Rajul anima calm the person who's in front of you is old me, he is illiterate and how can he bring such an eloquent Quran but on top of that also enumerate for you words and if I mean that's number one, point number two that Allah subhanaw taala is trying to teach us over here is it flam rock, this is you know a contemporary example of that when you go buy a mattress at bay.

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I don't know if that's where you go to buy your mattresses but nowadays people buy it on casper.com or.ca That's the ads I see on Instagram. But having said that, when you go and when you go to the band, you buy the mattress and you lie down. Oftentimes you notice that as you're lying down, you're like oh my god, this mattress is so good. You turn to your left and right they will always have this cut out of the mattress and they'll show you what's inside of it.

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Have you ever seen that it's like the spring is that this foam is that horsehair in it and a whole bunch of things like oh it's got horsehair in there. Amazing. Right? Why did they do that? Or when the old days when used to buy cotton for example, you go and buy cotton from fabric and then you touch it and like Masha Allah such amazing pattern. In the olden days, the person, every type of cloth rolled, he would be selling, he would have the raw materials next. So he would say this is the cotton and look at what we have created. So what is the difference here you come to my shop, because I have the ability to take this cotton ball which is very rough and turn it into the super find

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amazing fabric.

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Here's a challenge from Allah subhanaw taala. He's saying that this Quran is revealed in the same with the same alphabets that you and every single Arab uses in their life, yet you are not going to be able to put them together in this format and create something this miraculous

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this type of miracle you will not be able to do. It is not a divine language. It's a language that is made with your alphabets that you use daily.

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But the one who was putting together is Allah subhanaw taala.

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The third meaning of it Flandre is every single eye, every single faculty of acquisition of ours has a head and Emma gel, it has an area that it works in and it has a limitation. So my eyes they can see. And they can see to a certain extent my ears they can hear and they can hear so their their area is hearing and they are limited to what they can and cannot hear. If you've ever taken physics, there are certain sounds that are taking place but are your ears are not going to be able to hear.

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If you ever taken physics class in high schools, your teacher will do that test with you.

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And you don't actually hear anything, the sound is being played but you're here has a limit you're not able to hear and then the teachers like your other animals can hear that.

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Okay. Similarly, Faculty of acquisitions, your eyes, your ears, your nose, smell, taste.

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Similarly, your intellect is a faculty of acquisition. And Allah subhanaw taala wants to teach you a dub of how you learn

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how the femoral why the letter from this you will understand when the word Alif Lam Meem comes in lm nasura, you will understand it. But when the word Elif la meme comes in Surah Al Baqarah, your intellect will not understand.

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So show some Idleb and humility that your intellect also has limitations that applies.

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And then there are six other opinions about it, which I'm not going to mention.

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I did mention five to you, right, five or six. How many did I mention the hotbar? Six? Six, right? Yeah, I mean, there's locks but those are the primary ones didn't die at 20 tabula Mubin. These are Verses ayat that are clear signs of the Book, Al Kitab. I'll move in while there this clear, the book is absolutely clear, clear, there is no ambiguity or there's nothing that you're going to it's while there, it's absolutely clear for you to understand, Inna Anza now indeed We have revealed Quran and Arabi Allah Allah from talking on this was revealed in Arabic so that you may use your intellect when you ask somebody to use their intellect when you are confronted like when you a

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product that you have, you have certitude and surety that your product is of high quality and you don't have anything to hide.

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So you tell them listen man use your intellect check this out from this angle and this angle this is really good thing. Use your intellect try to understand that I'm giving you a good deal.

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Hear Allah subhanaw taala is saying this was revealed to you in Arabic Kula Masada and macabre Arabiya, the Ark laka Al Quran and

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Every single time your knowledge in Arabic increases your actual works better in understanding the Quran.

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And we have nothing to hide, use your intellect and you will be able to understand now nakasu alayka, we narrate to you know, so either a profit or loss from accidental causes, what is an accident process, the best of the story,

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you can put this at the root word if you want, the word process comes from ha saw solid Kasasa, which means to follow to follow somebody steps, somebody walked on a particular place, you follow their footsteps, this story follows in event after event after event after an event. That's why it's called a pitfall. Because an event happens and you look for the next event and the next event in the next event. National episodic versus what makes a good story two things, history can be narrated through events or through individuals and events around them Quran in specifically in Surah, Yusuf, you get the story of use of Ali Salaam and the events around him, but you get also the events. And

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the people around those events. Both of those styles of narration of history are mentioned over here. And

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number one, so it has to have both elements, person and the events around and events and the people around. That's number one. Number two, what makes a really good story is every person is able to understand and relate to it. So to use it for the stereo story that I can I can read the translation of the story to my five year old son and he's amazed with it. And I can sit down with my shoe for hours on long. And you can like you know all the grammatical amazement that exists in this in this surah they can drool over it all the time. And they're like, oh my god is oh my god like Oh, wow.

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Everybody can relate to it. Third part eloquence the way this has been revealed there is no human being that can tell the story in 20 minutes. It takes 20 minutes to recite to an elusive in 20 minutes if I tell any one of you the most eloquent person in this human in this universe, come and say can you tell me the story of Yusuf alayhi salam in 20 minutes will you be able to do it? He will not be able to do it at the eloquence that almost pannacotta has been able to do it be my ohana. Like if you had a Quran. This is the best story from all that has been revealed to you in this Quran. We're in contaminant company hayleigh mineral graphene and indeed you were mean probably here

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before this, let me know often in very important point over here for everybody who was a student of Quran, majority of the elite athletes the differences that take place between the folk AHA and between the jurists if the law for the Lord, they're opposites, this is allowed not allowed. mcru wajib its opposites. The st. Rafa Hoover's throne, the istilah is it killer of Tana war?

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No war. What is the know in Arabic in English?

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multiplicity, it creates diversity, variety. No, Anwar is variety. So the difference you can do if you want to translate differences of variety.

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So this particular verse, was in Kunta and indeed you were can be translated, the meaning of the word in Arabic language can be translated. But Quinta, were in canta canta. But it can also be translated as Mahkota. And you were not I II, in the first meeting, you would say that indeed, oh, Prophet of Allah, you were unaware of the story.

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The other meaning is,

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you are definitely not aware of this. No, you indeed were fully aware of the story. In the first one, you were not aware of it in the second one. You were fully aware of it. Kunta. You were mean ugly. Let me look at my contaminate cuddly human. Let me know if you were not aware like you. You were not aware of this. You weren't full awareness of this particular story. And both of those meanings can be applied and are mentioned as proper acquired about this particular verse. And there's no reason for us to fight over it. That's the beauty of one. Well, you'll find it useful. The FBI hear about the Indira Isola coca bun

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or shumsa OSHA welcome Aurora eat only surgery. The news of it is that I'm sad to his father. I saw 11 stars. I saw the sun and the moon. I saw them at home Lisa Jardine. I saw them that they weren't doing sister to me, Carla, he said Dr. Bonilla Oh my goodness. Oh, my son. Letter to sue Sue. Do not tell your story. What Teeka do not tell your story to your brothers via que Dolakha Qaeda they're going to plot against you. Okay then. A severe

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plot

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now notice the word over here laka via ki do laka the Arabic language it should have been for yaki Dukkha Qaeda

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in the Arabic word if you were to look at it from the Arabic site at a psychedelic show, it should have been fire ki Dukkha kada

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it should have been they will watch when when you see if a key do laka Allah is putting a very beautiful meaning here they are going to plot but their plot is not going to hurt your use of it said I'm rather their plot is going to be in favor of you by Akita do laka their blood is going to be for you in your favor. It's going to help you

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in the shape on allyl insanity. I don't want morphine and now he attributes Iacobelli salaam, the whole thing that you know shaitan is I do. He is an enemy of Moby. We all know that use of it Salam had use of it salaam had his brother Binyamin and he had 10 other brothers, he had nine other brothers, those nine brothers were from different mother and these two were from a different mother and just talking about those 11 Brothers, we're talking about a story we're gonna get a little bit more into it, but you should know the history so yeah, already Sam he had two wives, one of them had a nine and the other one actually had three wives. One of them had five and four was a nine. And

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then the last one had two and she passed away.

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What could that Danica and likewise yesterday Vika you will be selected rabuka by Europe or your limo coming? will ahaadeeth and He will teach you that wheel of interpretation of events, while you timoni Amata who I like and he's going to complete his bounty and blessing upon you while I earlier koban upon the family of Iacob when a blessing is given to you inherently that blessing goes back to your father to

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when Allah is selecting use of fire he said

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as being unabIe we will terminate earlier for that bounty and that blessing is also going back to your family. That's what we learned over here and what bigger blessing then the blessing and the bounty of Nobunaga

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Come on. I don't know how Allah await the way he had completed this bounty on the two of your forefathers Ibrahim and his heart who are the grandfather's off use of great great grandfather's of use of money said I'm in the Rebecca Limon. Hakeem, indeed, your rub is all knowing, and he is hacking hikma, the definition of Akena that the folk AHA and the olema they give is the Mufasa don't they say? What will shave him a hen Lee to play something where it belongs? That's wisdom. Wisdom is ACHEMA or Hakeem is to play something where it belongs. And the opposite of that is

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whether or shave the lady in Mohali to play something where it does not belong. It's not the exact opposite linguistically. But definition wise. lol is well the O'Shea field ad Mahalia plays something where it doesn't belong. And hikma is to play something where it belongs.

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Now we get into some juicy stuff. Lacan can be useful for what you suffer. What if what he is to Lissa in,

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indeed, in the story of use of it Salaam and his brothers is a great sign for it that is signed, Lisa Ilene for the Jewish people that asked remember in the story, I said two reasons why the reverse was the story was revealed. So habas were bored, they wanted to hear some story, not bored. They had way too much dry stuff. So they wanted stories. And the second was the Jews had asked Arabs Oh, if this person is true, and he's a prophet, why don't you ask him about Joseph, why don't you ask him about use use of Elisa? Let's see what he can say. So for those who asked, there are a lot of signs I add in, in the Quran. That t be mine. He said us It comes in three minutes. I asked or

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verses whenever Allah subhanaw taala uses the word I asked in the Quran, you can have three meanings three conditions. One, it could be I add Colonia cosmological signs, okay, cosmological signs.

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And it could be I add in a jazzy Yeah, Marchesa miracles, miracles that Allah subhanaw taala a story or a miracle? So I asked, that's also a sign. For example, Cooney burden was Salomon Oh fire to become cold for Ibrahim Ali Salam. That is verse but that is a story. It's a miracle that it's an idea to sign for us. But it's a miraculous sign. And I Kamiya verses that are canonical.

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In their essence, canonical means legislative, their canonical. Okay.

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Don't do this, don't do this. Do this do not every single verse in the Quran is going to fall under one of these three categories. Okay, now I added Tonia I felt I felt Corona Corona

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interfere healthy somehow it was the off the Rafi laid indeed in the the stars in the heavens and the alternations of the law. These are signs Nicole me. Were the people who use their intellect.

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Okay, I asked Antonia they are your source, they are your bank balance for you to have a solidified our Thida and belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala

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pondering on the ayat konia cosmological signs of Allah subhanaw taala that is your bank balance to increase your theta and Allah subhanaw taala your belief any man? Yeah Jadzia our mirak miracles, they could be miracles mentioned in the Quran or they could be ayat that use the Prophet sallallahu sallam was able to perform.

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And then Academy I already told you do's and don'ts if Carlo the use of La use of whoo hoo hoo hoo Illa I mean, I mean, our national rasa in Urbana Luffy La La La movie when you survive, he said. He said, They came in he said, man, what's going on? Yusuf and his brother? I have boiler abena they're more he's more beloved to us. He is more beloved to our father than us. We're not no spa and we're a very strong group of people in Nirvana, love you God Allah movie. Our father is an open misguidance in this matter.

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He's in open misguidance question for you. Did they affirm the love of Jaco Valley Salaam for them?

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Or did they negate it?

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Read the verse.

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Does the verse affirm.

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jacobellis salaams love, love for the rest of the 10 Yes. How boo Isla Ebina Mina, more beloved, and he we are also beloved but he's more beloved. Okay, more beloved. So they did affirm the love for them they just they were jealous that the love was a bit more why don't we get the same love that he gets? Okay. We're not no spa and we're strong in that band LFU Lola the movie walk through use of let's kill Yusuf Ali salaam or let him throw him out or who

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OB Come let's throw him in some well somewhere in this earth and the face of your father will be free highly I eat we will remove use of Ali Salaam and mini Amin from the center and now the face of your father is all going to be solely for you. Yes, new local module become

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what I call them in the comments following and afterwards you can all be pious people.

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What does that tell us? Me Zania to Salah here in the home. They had what is right and wrong. They knew what right what is right and wrong. They even knew how to come back from the wrong. Like let's do this. And then we'll just like you know, some good deeds. Like it's like, you know, one of the brothers in the message. You had a gold ring that went up to message brother, you know, you know, is this goal he said yes, 24 karat Mashallah.

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It's not something to be proud of. But sure. He's like, like, brother, you know, It's haram for men to wear gold. He's like, No, but Islam also gives like, little, you know, leeway for us to do some small things. And also bring

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Well, the equation is all off. And that's the point that I want to make when we when our inputs in a particular so we have our transfer function, our heart and our apple, when the input is wrong, the output is going to be wrong. Over here, their input is wrong. They said he is better than our father and all of that the input was wrong. The output is, oh, let's kill you. So let's throw him and the results are bad, or the people getting agitated and they want to end are they good? Online people you guys can give a thumbs up I cannot see that inshallah I'm working on a system where I will be able to interact with all of you online in front of me here in sha Allah next How's everyone

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feeling? I've been talking and have not been How's everyone feeling? energy levels if you guys are all thumbs up, give me a thumbs up if you are good. Thumbs up keep your hands up because I have to observe sisters thumbs up good. Is it okay if I take an extra 15 minutes

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is that up down one?

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We don't know what they're shedding. I

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was so not really sure would I enter that there surely I might allow some some form of real compensation from killing our surely I doesn't allow that so obviously they know that they're doing a committed committing a major sin but they want to come back right so we're okay if I take another 15 minutes and cover this inshallah well enough ah Hello elumen home one amongst them he said now Tuscaloosa let's not kill us Valley salaam Ophelia better job how about we just throw him in some Well, darkness of well, el teltik Who but I do see some caravan is going to come and take him now but I didn't say Yara sejarah not so Yara sejahtera ba boosa Yara

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if a person he travels once, he is called a satire.

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In every language, he's called aside for example,

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somebody who works like me, um, you know, I'm really excited about tomorrow because I'm going to be able to, you know, build my DIY kit for my standing desk. Right so I will not be qualified as an Arabic language on a job as a carpenter because I just did something the act of carpentry once and I will be qualified as a Niger. So hey, Nigel. I attempted the act of carpentry. If somebody traveled once from here to Florida, he will not be called a traveler in Arabic language will because you traveled once. A say Yarra means that wherever you're going to throw them, imagine what they're saying wherever you're going to throw them in shore that is a highway and there's a lot of people

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that are traveling so one of them will be able to take them take us to valley San Paulo they said ya know our father Monica let me know what's up with you why you do not believe other use of malerkotla Chapman you use the word ma laka when you do not know the suburb of why there is a rejection. You do not know the reason of the rejection. The word Malika in Arabic language is used when you are not aware of the reason Okay, all we are Ivana Malika we don't know what's up lotta Amana use of y nada Hoon and I'll say and we're affirming to you that we really do want to take care of him. We are the ones from the wellwishers for use of la sera, sera whom I know her then why don't you send him with

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us tomorrow? Your ta he will enjoy your lab. He's going to play around with it not a whole lot halfway Lord. Look how many Turkey that how many emphasis they said we're in? Indeed we law who definitely for him law, the possum law, awesome. Have you learned we are going to take care of him. Logitech eternal laser for some level tech kid for emphasis

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that we're really going to take care of him. He said, he said in Neela, Zuni and Ted hobby, it really saddens me that you're taking him away from me, well as love and I'm afraid. And yeah, Kula has the that a wolf is going to eat one two minute if you don't, and you're not aware of him, you're eventually neglected him.

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Notice how he said to them, that I you know, beautiful over here is the fact that you know,

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he's not pointing any fingers at them. He's saying, if a wolf would eat them, I know that you're his brothers. And the only reason he would eat them as you would have been in a state of unawareness for jacobellis, from use of Eileen Selim Barlow, they said law in Akola. Who, if a wolf would eat them, we eat him. We're not gonna and we are a group of strong men were in in that event last year alone, we will definitely be from those who are hos your own.

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And the next part is something really beautiful fella, the hub will be and when they went, took him, what he met who, the Tafseer books, it mentions that when they gathered, Yusuf Ali said, from the path they took him, it was quite far they took off his clothes, and they were beating him throughout the way

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until they came to that point. And imagine a seven, eight year old child going through that, that the strong men who are his brothers that he should confide in and he should find comfort in, were beating him up and plotting how they can get rid of him.

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Imagine the psychological trauma that use of it salaam would have gone through. Why Yeah, I know who feels like Yeah, but still job. You're like, what do we do? Should we kill him? Or shall we put him in in via let's let's throw him in the darkness of the wells. And then right there, Allah subhanaw taala comforted alarm on behalf

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ye Whoa, hyena la Allah sent down away to us

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Have a salaams heart, let you not be an emery him had, you will definitely tell them about this matter. Don't worry about it, there will come a time, they will come to you, they will be in need and you would have power and you're going to tell them what you did to you.

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You see when watching from Allah subhanaw taala comes, you have only one option, which is that you submit and you can go against it.

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And he can come to any one for you. The only difference is we cannot follow you if that will he comes to

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because you're not unabIe

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right? Allah can send an inspiration to any persons art.

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Any any person.

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But when it comes to you, you will find yourself that you have no other option but to follow.

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It's an inspiration from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. It's not from God, it's an inspiration that comes from Allah subhanaw taala to you, and you will have no other option but to follow. There's an example of that in the Quran. We're all Hanaa Illa omy Musa, the mother of Musa Ali Salam, Think with me for a second, you know, she's trying to protect his son, you Musa Ali said, I'm for being killed by the army of Iran. And all of a sudden Allah sends the way down to the heart of Musa Ali's, that.

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Take Your Child, put them in a crib

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and throw him in river Nile. I don't know if you've seen river Nile. It's pretty scary River.

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What mother can do that.

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The only way you can do that is when that ye comes from Allah subhanaw taala to your heart. And when it comes to your heart, you have no other option left but to follow. And that is why many times you will see sometimes you will wake up in the middle of the night. And some of the older people and pious people they'll tell you sometimes you wake up in the middle of night and you just feel like you just want to go to the bathroom make wudu and pray.

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When what how does that happen? You don't have that that you'll just get up one night and it's gonna be five o'clock or four o'clock, it's before time you're gonna get up and Subhanallah it will be in your heart, you're going to go and you pray, we ask Allah subhanaw taala that every, every single one of us is able to to, to experience that it's one of the most amazing experiences you're ever going to have if your lives

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where you slept in the state of Willow, you pray to rock as before you sleep, you go to bed, and then all of a sudden, you will just wake up

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and you're just gonna go to the bathroom make wudu and that would be the only time you will do your your hedge funds. And then for the next one year, you're not going to do it. Right. But that experience is phenomenal. And every single one of us can work towards that. And that is why oh my God alone and just how about they were able to get able to get up every single night without an alarm. Because many times they were so connected to Quran that they were inspired by Allah subhanaw taala to get up in those times. How many of you use alarm clocks to get up for video? Raise your hands.

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Okay, so in this conversation, we will probably come to that point where I can help you guys to wake up for Fajr without using alarm clocks. Jeff, do you use alarm clock? You do? Okay?

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You can also benefit

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it's just managing your sleep. Very simple locking. I'm not gonna give you a news.

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Now you all can wake up.

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Not gonna happen like that.

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was so beautiful. Then Allah subhanaw taala says, whoa, hyena Elaine letter wahome la. Yes, Sharon. And they will not even have an understanding of the equal thickness of a here's understanding when you're going to be telling them about this matter. Well, yeah, who about whom I shot it up when they came to their father at the middle of the night crying. The word had gone in the Arabic language

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is use when you genuinely cry. Were they generally crying?

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Were they generally crying? Or is it a fake cry? fake cry? When it's a fake cry? The Arabic language word for that is called Yetta Doku.

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They're like they're in. It's not in Fiat. It's not very easy. It's not something that is naturally happening. They're faking it. The word for crying when you fake it is called the backbone. But Why did Allah subhanaw taala use the word yet the Khun?

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And we know that their cry was not real. What is Allah trying to tell us? Allah subhanaw taala think ponder

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they're perfecting they should get an Oscar for that performance. Allah sang it was so real. It was as this you're good.

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Wouldn't as if they were crying

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okay, they were perfecting that and we see that again, again, they do that they're really good actors all of them.

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That does not give you permissibility to go and start acting careers, by the way,

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Russia and you're gonna follow they said, Yeah, Urbana or our father

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in another hub in anesthesia. But we weren't having racing, we were racing with one another is the BAP in Arabic language refers to two things, you race with a group of people to get to a particular point. So you're racing to see manual as to who's who comes first, or you are competing with one another to hit a particular target. Both of that is called is develop either who gets to the particular point first, or who hits a target first both of those are called instead of any we were racing without can I use referring them at that, you know, we love to use a valet system with our meta with our things that we had for Okay, that was

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the old stadium. Well, my interview movement in Atlanta, and you're not going to believe us? Well, oh, goodness out the thing. Even if we weren't truthful, he would have never believed us.

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The next part is so powerful. Why General?

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Idi Amin ously GB them in Canada.

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So the literal translation of this verse is that they came with his shirt or upon his shirt.

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A bull upon his shirt, blood that was lying. Does a blood ever lie?

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Can blood speak?

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No, so what is Allah subhanaw taala trying to tell us here,

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huh?

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No, be dumb incredib Allah is saying that the blood was lying.

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So notice the word. The SIAC over here is imagine with me Allah say, they brought the shirt and the blood on it was lying.

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It's the exact opposite of what you just said. They perfected it. But over here, they fooled it. They messed it up so bad

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that the blood itself was speaking out loud, like I'm fake. This is fake. It's not Drew. And it was so fake, that Allah is saying that the blood itself was screaming out saying I'm fake. I'm fake. Don't believe in me.

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Notice how Allah both of those imageries are lost when we do not have

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the Arabic understanding of the Quran. I'm not talking about grammar here, just to test text of the Quran. Those both understandings are lost in translation. Matthew, you're not going to get that bilabial so whether to look calm, and Phu Kham Umrah so what that basically means it made it appealing something was really, really appealing for you.

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And so with that in Arabic language, the definition of it is if I can remember it's called just we rule A B, B. So rattle has done

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so well. It basically means to take something that is how do you translate a cubby?

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Ugly Yes. Ugly. Thank you. So something that is ugly, or be something that is ugly, be so rotten Hessa take something really ugly, and we try to make it very beautiful. Right? That is what all this pop culture does for us anyways. Something that is really ugly and makes it look really beautiful time for our youth, and they get mesmerized with it. But somewhere that will come and feel so calm. So this matter was made appealing to you it as a horrible matter, but it was made appealing to you and for sukham your souls made it really easy for you to believe in this for some moron, Jimmy for me is beautiful patience. And the last part was Hola Hola, neuesten and upon Allah subhanaw taala a

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study, you know, upon Allah do I rely or do I seek help from and again, we're not going to get into the root words of that. I've totally fallen upon that, which you assert, they'll see phone over here

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is another one of those. Yep, Khun domine Khabib another one of those, which basically means when you say something does the phone this means to describe something with attributes and qualities in such detail. That is it's actually it could be real or it could be fake. What's of che the description of it is surreal.

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And it could be for something completely fake fictional or it could be something for reality.

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So the word was or tells the phone, any academic both it could be this or that. So when you activate a salon tells that to his son, sons, he says, Look, whatever you are, you know that many times they translate this as fabricate

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the word fabricate has not a positive meaning. It's understood it's so the correct translation is what you assert, ie whatever assertion you have, whether it is right and wrong, I am not deciphering that this moment. And that is a very important for parents

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that don't ever call your child a liar. Don't ever tell your son you lie, even if he did.

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Leave it open ended.

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Because I'll tell you one thing.

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Your child, your you know, when you all become parents, and those of you their parents, the first lie they speak in this world is to defend their own honor. Because they've done something wrong. And now they have realized, Oh, if I say the truth, my honor will be gone.

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So don't ever put your child in a situation where he's left to choose between defending his honor or lying. And that's what you have already said. I'm did. And many times, you know, parents, Oh, sister. I know a father who's like, Well, my daughter did this. I'm like, heavy. Relax.

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I want to ask you something. Can you tell me if you pray last 55 years without missing them? He's like, No, I didn't. I'm like work on your Fajr first forget about your daughter's hijab. Because when she has become 80, not 18 It means Canada when she becomes Ballia. Right? Hollis, she's responsible in the house of Allah subhanaw taala. You make dua for her, but your time to teacher is gone. Now you will focus on yourself and your connection to Allah. And that's what you have already said, I'm just teaching us he knows he has lost his son. And he doesn't lose it at that moment. When we come through a calamity and we lose someone, we don't lose it. We don't start it must be because

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of you or must be because if you don't do that, that's against from the other and that's also against Heckman or wisdom.

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I hope

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that we're able to understand this message and then ask Allah subhanaw taala to grant us the ability to understand the Quran. We ask Allah that He opens our heart and he gives it to Sophia to understand what we learn. Aquila aliados, talk for Allah. Hi, welcome Elisa, intimacy mean, first of all over in Hawala for him Oh