Ali Albarghouthi – end of Surah) – Explanation of Surah al-Hujurat (5) Ayahs (15

Ali Albarghouthi
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insha Allah here's your opportunity to do so in sha Allah because we will have time only have three is left in sha Allah and will sha Allah let you know what we will be doing in Allah azza wa jal starting next week with Allah azza wa jal.

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the eye is the sequence of ideas that will take us into tonight, Aya was when the Bedouins or the nomads came and they declared their Iman hora de la mina and we said that this is some bedouins who came to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. They've accepted Islam recently. They didn't fight, but they came declaring their Iman and Allah azza wa jal tells them that you do not have Iman. But say we have Islam and until Iman has not yet entered our hearts or your hearts. So that's the context of

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it. And then Allah azza wa jal in the following area defines if you remember, it defines who is a moment in them and will be known and levena Amanullah He was holy three millimeter Bucha has to be a molly Moon for zinfi Surbhi Lila, that those who have Iman are those who truly believe in Allah and His messenger Allah is Salatu was Salam. And then they avoided doubt.

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And the third thing is that they strive in Allah's Cause for his sake with their money, with their wealth, and with their own lives. And we've explained that and we'll come back to it in sha Allah.

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So the following Allah, Allah azza wa jal, he responds still is responding to them. So Allah Subhana Allah says, Allah to Allah the moon Allah Javi Dini calm so he's talking to them, he says, are you informing Allah, of your faith? Of your iman, when you're saying Mina when they were saying we have Iman says, Who are you saying this to? You're saying to this to Mohammed Alia Salatu was Salam. And Muhammad Ali Salatu was Salam is the messenger of Allah azza wa jal and so you are declaring your

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iman to the messenger and to Allah and without right,

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because they don't have it as Allah azza wa jal told us, and you understand the kind of iman that Allah negates and the kind of iman that they have. So they're claiming a station higher than the one that they've arrived at.

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It's not according to law alum to the more accurate opinion that they are not hypocrites, although that other opinion is there, but they're not hypocrites, but they're colonial claiming that we're at this high level of iman. And we've done this and we've done that. So Allah azza wa jal is saying, Are you declaring your iman and informing Allah azza wa jal have it? Well, Allahu Allah, Allah will Murphy's summer wa T will, Murphy Lord, and Allah knows what's in the heavens and in the earth,

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meaning he doesn't need that information from you, or that declaration or that assertion from you. Because if it is there, Allah will know about it. And if it is not there, your claim is a false claim that demotes you, because that's what it is true in life in general. And especially when it comes to imagine, if you claim something that is higher than you, you get demoted. Because people notice isn't you? If you claim that you're knowledgeable and you're not, and people find out that

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you're ignorant, then that demotes you if you're, on the other hand, humble, that elevates you. So when you're claiming here, a station that is not yours, it ended up demoting you in a Quran that people are reading. No, you don't have Iman, because you've claimed it. So he are very careful about taqwa and claims of Taqwa and claims of righteousness, that first of all are pretentious or not real or maybe intended to deceive or also reflect ignorance of what Iman is of Taqwa is an ignorance of

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your own self. I am this level. And typically those who claim it to themselves are those who are at the beginning of practice. i When you think that you are all that? When does that happen? It's typically at the beginning of practice. So you find those with little knowledge thinking that they have a lot of it. Right. And they make assertions about right or wrong that senior scholars would hesitate to do.

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And they would dismiss a person out of Eman or dismiss them out of the Sunnah, in ways in very rash ways in harsh ways, and again, that senior scholars would hesitate to do and this person is a Kaffir and this person is this and this verse, where does this come from? Because you don't have awareness of what you know and what you do not know and awareness of your own self and your own limits. So Allah azza wa jal tells him tells them what a

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Allah does not need that from you because Allah knows

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So what is required of you here is humility and acquired of you here is knowing that Allah knows about you what you do not know about yourself.

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Right? And that tells you about

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the limits of our knowledge and awareness. That is, if you do not know yourself really well. How could you know anything else?

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With much depth? Right? Even if you even look at it physically, if you don't understand how you truly operate physically, and how your soul animates your body, and what your soul is made of, and what how it goes into your body and how it departs it. If you don't know this about yourself, if you don't know when you're claiming Eman to yourself and here we're talking about levels of iman, if somebody tells you Are you a movement and at that moment you mean by Iman what I believe in Allah, I

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believe it is messenger Alayhi Salatu was Salam I believe in the last day the basics, that is something that you can say that you believe in and as such I movement in this but if you are somebody asks you Are you a person of Eman meaning the high level of iman. And you assert that to yourself, you will also have to ask yourself whether there is something in your heart that you do not know about yourself, but Allah knows it. A hidden doubt, a hidden temptation, a hidden weakness,

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that at this moment you think

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I'm strong.

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And at this moment you think nothing can shake me that Allah has Zota knows that in your heart there is something that is lurking and hiding. If he protects you from it,

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you will be protected.

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And if he does not,

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you may lose your faith.

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To tell you that you always should be dependent on Allah azza wa jal in preserving your EMA not on yourself. Of course, always taking the means to protect your iman. Just consider your health. On the one hand, are you supposed to squander your health by endangering it and not taking care of it? You're supposed to preserve it, right? It's a requirement. It's an obligation, you can't harm it. At the same time, do you really only trust these things to stay healthy? Or do you ask Allah azza wa

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jal to preserve your eyesight part of our dua Felton if he sent you over sorry, well, Bethany, where I preserve my body, my eyes and my hearing and my strength, which alumina were examined, they let them be the last right thing with me meaning that I do not be tested in these things, preserve them, because when you have them you can do a lot of good and when you lose them that is a test. And if Allah decides you could be tested, but otherwise you want Allah azza wa jal to maintain his favours

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upon you. So on the one hand, you are asked to preserve your health on the other hand,

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Allah azza wa jal is a true protector. So on the one hand, you are asked to

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preserve your iman stay away from the Haram stay away from temptation, stay away from this and stay away from that. On the other hand, Allah zodion is the true protector. And they say about the average Muslims, the average Muslims and we're assuming that we are those average Muslims, right? That they have, we have a general Iman is not very specific. It's not very detailed. It's not very informed. So you look at the Muslim masses, and we're no better than them. So they have a general

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Iman in Shaku Shaku

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where Ilam you should cuckoo Baku, Allah Aslan, Iman you are the halal agenda meaning if one tries to make them doubt meaning the introduces doubt into their hearts, they may accept it.

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About Allah about the Prophet about the Quran. So if they get tested, they could be tested and they could lose their Iman. But Allah azza wa jal could preserve their Iman but simply not having them be tested and they will enter Jannah so that Eman Is it very strong?

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No, because Allah azza wa jal Bear says in the IOA

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interval, we know that leadin Amarula he was only 13 millimeter Turbo. The believers are those who believe in Allah and the messenger and then the do not doubt which tells you that on the path of iman, when you're walking when you're growing, you are doing face death.

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qualities and challenges and doubts, and your iman will sink and you will find temptations. So if you're walking the straight path, then you're not gonna walk going to waver and you're not going to accept doubt. Even if your Eman at times shrinks. And at times you have questions and you seek answers, but you're still within the path, the borders of Islam, and you're still committed to it and then you bounce back.

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But you are going to be tested. And you cannot expect a life of a man without a test in your iman in your health in your family that make you sometimes question why? And how?

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And what is the answer to this? And that is where if you are in the path of st karma, and that requires jihad. So jihad with the self and wealth is required for that Iman to be strong.

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Now let's also understand that Eman requires knowledge. Right? We talked about this requires knowledge otherwise, you will not know what to believe and what not to believe how to answer your doubts how to face off these temptations. Right. And he just said in one of those stories of Allahu Allah, just to tell you about the volatility

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of one's Eman and the possibility of fitna and the urgency of asking Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to protect you from temptations. And what have you is that they said, a story they mentioned among the many stories in Muslim history, it says this on the Muslim frontier, there was a man who was engaged in jihad.

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And they were fighting Christians on the opposite side. And they could see the other side. So this person on one of those days he was on a mountain and from us from afar, he could see a beautiful woman.

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And he fell in love with her.

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And if you wonder if that's really love, or just simple physical attraction and admiration, you don't really know her to fall in love with her, is just who he was smitten by what he had seen. And he wanted her. So we crosses over and he asks to be married to her and she says, my family is a devout Christian family will never accept that a Muslim will marry me and bless you do what

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you convert. So he did. He crossed over. And he accepted Christianity converted and he lived among them. And later on, than the Muslims passed by, and it seems that the village was still intact or what have you. And they came to talk to him. And they mentioned and they asked him, they said, Do you remember anything of the Quran?

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And the of the Quran that you use to memorize?

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He says no, except an Iowa or Obama, Iowa doula, the Anoka for will okay, no Muslimeen. Perhaps the believers one day would wish that they were Muslims. That's what he remembered.

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And he said, Now I am married to her and I have kids and I have a job and I have this and I have that this is my life now.

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So it's a very possible thing and you are living.

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They're not like the frontiers of the past, right? But you really are. You're living on the frontiers, right? You're not in a Muslim village where you're protected from all these temptations. You're at the front lines of fitna.

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It feels sorry for you.

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Right, you're at the front lines of fitna, you're facing it every single day. That kind of temptation. You're seeing it every single day, the invite of the Haram that's there, even if you're sitting home, it comes to you here. Do you want to gamble? Right? It just pops up? Do you want to gamble? Do you want to look at this, you know, this dating app or this dating site or it just comes to you. So you don't need to be on top of a mountain next to a village that is non muslim for You to

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see this. That village is coming to you. So you need your Eman to be protected. So if you have a wandering eye and a wandering ear and you have a wandering heart and you'd have an open policy of I'll see everything and I'll take everything in then yeah, you are digesting a lot of fitna and your heart is experiencing a lot of agitation and a lot of doubts. And if you die as a muslim, you die as a muslim simply because of the favor of Allah azza wa jal on you not because of anything that we are

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doing because we don't deserve it because we are exposing ourself to these contaminations. So Allah is saying that you you say that you have Eman. Allah knows how much you have. And Allah knows your weakness. So be aware of it.

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and ask Allah to protect you from it because sometimes it's the face of a beautiful woman or the face of a beautiful man or the attraction of wealth that is going to take you away and out of Islam. So Allah Allah knows everything Allah will be equally che in Aleem Allah as origin knows, knows it all. The next area,

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ALLAH SubhanA, Allah, Allah says Yamuna, alayka and Islam.

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He says that

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they feel, or they remind you of their favor, that they have done to you because of the accepted Islam. They say we accepted Islam and this is a favor to you. Speaking to Muhammad Ali Salatu was Salam, we've done you a favor by accepting Islam. That's what they say.

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So Allah says, Who let them know Allah, Islam accom. He says, tell them don't consider what you have done a favor to me, belly Lea who come but Allah is the One who has done you the favor by guiding you to a man if you are truthful in your iman.

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Then the next I just continues this Allah knows what is hidden in the heavens on earth. And Allah is aware of everything that you are doing.

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That attitude of Yama, Noona alayka, they are reminding you that they have done you a favor, meaning when they came to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam they've said, and they tried to recount all the things that we have done, that we mentioned, we accepted Islam, without any fighting. Unlike others, we've come to you, right, with ourselves and with our families. And in return, they were asking for sadaqa and compensations and this Cinda so as if they are coming entitled, right here we

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have done you a great thing, by coming and accepting Islam and not fighting you. So there is this attitude of entitlement and that we deserve.

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So Allah azza wa jal says what you cannot consider that a favor to me

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that if you accept Islam, who are you benefiting? Rasulullah sallallahu you said, no, no, he doesn't get from you. I think

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not a thing, the reward, right? That he gets, he gets it from Allah not from you. So you're not really giving him a thing?

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And is that a favor to Allah azza wa jal? Definitely not because of it's not to the Prophet, then it's not to Allah. So it says don't consider that to be a favor. But in fact, more so than you're thinking.

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The opposite is true, that you have received the favor. And the favor is from Allah azza wa jal to you that he had guided you to Iman, if you are truthful, truthfully, believers. So all the favor is from Allah azza wa jal, the favor is not from you to anybody else.

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Definitely not to Allah and not to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, once

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Rasul Allah is Allah Azza wa salam just joined the idea of elmen, elmen and elmen. Here, they mentioned linguistically Yamuna,

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all men is is when you give someone something that holds all of their speech and their ability to return. There is in it the meaning of pot, and men no mana who will cut through, meaning I've given you something that holds your ability to reciprocate. It is such a favor, right? When you say I've done you a favor, you've done I have the upper hand, right, because you cannot repay me. So Ullman No, I'll cut through meaning I've done something that you cannot duplicate. So as if I've halted or

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cut or stopped your ability to be an equal. So this is an admin. And from it, you get what elmen novice sadhaka meaning I've done this to you, and I've done this to you. And I've given you this, and I've given Why do you say this because you know that the other person is not in a position to repay you, or do something of the same level, so you're higher because of it. So there is an attitude here of entitlement and arrogance. You understand it in that word. So at the time of the

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Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam after one of the battles, and he had a lot of spoils that had come from that battle. I think it's the Battle of her name. So he started to distribute some of the spoils, or all of them and he exclusively game que gave to Muslim that will fit those who have accepted Islam after the opening of Mecca. So

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These ones are from Mecca, not from the unsought, late Muslims. And he did this earlier. Salatu was Salam. If you ever wondered why and how the Prophet distributes, he was giving them so that he would establish their Islam. He's not buying their Islam.

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But these are people who for a very long time, so I'm just saying this so that you understand it. When you're reading the Islamic history. Yanni, hola, hola, Wuhan, the ones that you want to soften their hearts. Why do you give them money? So somebody may think to themselves? Are we buying their allegiance? Are we bribing them into Islam? Like what do we even need to do? This shouldn't all be voluntary and sincere. So you need to understand something about human nature. And the person who

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needs something like this. What do we love?

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Money, wealth, right? That's what we love. So you're talking about people who are rich, who are powerful, are among the elites. They're not just your average guy. These are among the elites, for a very long time. The opposed the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam and Islam. Now, they've lost that status. They lost the positions that they had, and find themselves forced to. Not a lot of options forced to now to accept Islam. How strong is Islam in their hearts?

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It's not going to be very strong. It is valid, but it's not going to be very strong. How do you change their hearts? How do you change their nature? How do you bring them to Allah azza wa jal you give them first? What they what? Love

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to remove

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these layers of hatred and animosity and suspicion, years and years of that. So he says, Okay, what do you love most, he says, I love money. I love camels. I love cows. I love this. That's what I love. So here, take it. And then you start feeling better about the person who gave you and him hears more and you start feeling better about the person who gave you until that

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friction goes away.

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And your Eman switches from the dunya to the alpha because now you love the Rasul Allah Hi Sal, Allahu, Allahu Allah, you are selling them, because years of

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conflict are replaced by

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friendship, and brotherhood, and generosity. So to leave will help is for a person to melt away the attachments of the heart and its hatred so that the person could willingly and sincerely accept Islam. Not that he's being bribed. To remain a Muslim is not being told, here's, here's $100 and accept, they accept it, but so that their Islam could be solid, and there is great benefit in this. What's the great benefit

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is that if they are leaders, and people listen to them, and they remain Muslims, then you're saving them Slam of a lot of people will still look at them, and they say, Well, I will still hear what they have to say.

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So old Prophet, alayhi salatu salam gave those people money, not the unsolved.

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So the unsolved God or some of the unsolved they got sad

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that is he now and now, kind of what goes into your head even though you don't say it? Is he now favoring his people? Not us because they are Polish we're not.

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So for what they do, he and fusi him Yeah. And he has you know, they were sad because of it. So the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. We had got wind of this, he knew about this, he gathered the unsought and then he

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asked them, Kala alum, Edgecombe, Dillard and Florida como la Hobi. He says Have not I found you misguided and Allah guided you through me? So the unsolvable said Allahu wa Soo Min. Allah and His messenger Allah is Salatu was Salam have the greatest favor on us? They have done the greatest favor to us. Ajit Komuter for 18 FGM Akuma la hoobie It did not add find you in conflict dispersed against each other. And Allah United you because of me, they say Allahu wa rasuluh Amen Allah and the

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messenger have done the greatest favor to us. Adam Edgecombe Allah and further no como la Hobi did not I find you poor and Allah enriched you because of me, they see Allah and His Messenger have done the greatest favor to us. Right? Then the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam to come for them. He said, If the unsalted were to seek a valley and other people will try the another valley I will go with the unsolved

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alright and

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If not for the hijra, I would want to be a person from the unsolved.

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Alright, well unsolved od Tharun. Oneness OCR A says the unsolved are the inner part of the garment and other people are the outer part of the garment. Isn't that beautiful? Right? You see like how close they are to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So the inner layer that touches your skin, he says that's the answer.

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That's usually you would still choose it to be what if you were in something, right? The smoothest would be the thing that touches your body, the thing that is most agreeable to you, a thing will touch your body, the upper the outer one could be rough, because you don't really care. But the one that is on the inside, that's the softest and most agreeable to you. He says they you are like that to me. Isn't it enough? That people go back with money and you go back to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu

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was Salam next to your homes.

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Wasn't that satisfying?

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So beautiful, is really beautiful. But here the idea is where is the MENA? Where is the fever coming from? It's not us. Who has done Islam a favor is Islam that has done us a favor. So that idea of entitlement we could also fall into it. It's a trap. You know, how many Iraqis I pray human or how many times they come to the masjid? You know, how much Quran I've memorized? You know, how much do I made you know how much sadaqa I've given. So after some time, you feel entitled that Allah should

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give you something.

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Right? And it's easy, easy. I mean, maybe I would say most of us fall into this. I've done so much. Why isn't my dua accepted? I've done so much. Why am nbqx tested this way? I've done so much. Why am I not being guided? Like I'm supposed to. So all that is an attitude of I've done so I deserve? And where would our be without me? That's when you see yourself as a center. Right? Where would the masjid be without me? Where would this those people will be without me as if if Allah took you away,

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Islam will sink because of you, because of your absence. And you don't understand that you're absolutely had been done or given all the favors from Allah zodion and Allah does not need you.

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If he wants, he could take you bring somebody better than you. He doesn't need you to be that giving the Dawa, he has angels who worship 24/7 He does not need your worship. So your worship compared to theirs is nothing compared to people of the past is nothing. Our if loss compared to the people of the past, the past is absolutely nothing. So when you look at yourself as giving the very least then they will be no favors in your head or expectations of things that need to happen just because of

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your own righteousness, right? So Allah azza wa jal says what your Islam is for you and your Eman is for you and your hijab, is for home is for you.

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Your hijab shouldn't be because my parents and because my family and because of my society or community and this and that, Know Allah azza wa jal every time that you put it on he's doing you a favor, you're not doing him the favor off you're doing it you're doing it you know, with with,

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with anger and with boredom, like as if I have to and

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fulfilling an obligation you are being honored and protected and guided every time you do this. Every every time you stay away from the Haram and the Haram is difficult. Don't consider that you are being restricted. No, you're being given a favor a great favor by knowing and having the strength to stay away from it.

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So Al Mina comes from Allah azza wa jal and that's why Allah says ultimately, right? If Allah has guided you to Eman.

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If you read the Quran, you understand it, the Sunnah and you understand it, if you have Eman, if you pray all of this thing, if Allah had guided you, you've received the greatest favor.

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And to recalibrate that the greatest favor is not the fever of the dunya.

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Right? I mean, especially when you compare yourself to other people, you should, and I want you to remember this right now. And remember it right as you progress into, you know, middle age old age or what happened and you start to compare yourself because you will be already doing this, even if you are young, comparing yourself to other people.

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And you see, look at what they've achieved compared to me, this person is so rich, this person is so accomplished this person, you know, traveled very well this person, this person, this person, and as you're doing this in your head and in your heart that dunya is growing bigger and you are growing smaller because you don't have it and the favor of Allah

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xuejun which is a man is forgotten. What I want you to remember is that you should not be envious at all of anyone having any part of the dunya

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that's not an arena of envy, any you could look at a person and you see he married and he had children and his children are in colleges, universities, top colleges, universities and he is rich and he is this you can count all of this. All this could be a nirvana

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or it could be worth the opposite. And none of these things are worthy of envy.

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Or looking at taking a second look, none of these things. Fella does with a hudon Allah duniya

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that should be like a a slogan that you have don't envy anyone for a dunya that they have because you do not know what type of type of dunya that is. the favor of Allah zoodle The true favor is the favor of the Acura if you have it, you have everything.

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And if you don't have it, even if you have the entire Tony you have nothing.

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So Allah azza wa jal

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the conclusion of it says in the La Jolla animal Eva Sama, Watty, Allah, Allah knows everything that is hidden. And he knows what you do.

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So he knows your Eman. You He knows your intention. He knows your plans. He knows what you're capable of. So trust him Subhana wa Tala.

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At the end, they just want to

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maybe bring the surah together and then I'll stop beating Allah azza wa jal.

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So remember the Hydra that we talked about with the meaning of the word hydro rot, and we said it's a yard open with a fence. So here's the idea from that name of the surah kind of to organize the themes of the surah.

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Offense here is protection.

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And who is inside

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Prophet alayhi salatu salam. And it tells us here that there was this breach, right? Verbal from the Bedouins, the nomads who screamed at the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam, Mohammed come out come out. Right? And the prophets, Allah azza wa jal said that this was inappropriate, and they should have practiced patience. So the idea here is that there is this fence and the fence is a protection and inside of it is what do you want to protect from everything on the outside? Now think of it as a

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theme that could help us understand the entire Surah because Allah azza wa jal here is putting a fence around, or between what we're supposed to do and what we're not supposed to do here is the OMA and here's how it's supposed to behave, what is supposed to believe. And here is the outside that is trying to break down these fences. So keep these fences up so that you could protect yourselves and protect other Muslims. So every nation, every Uma, every group of people, they're not going to be

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together unless they fulfill certain conditions right otherwise, they will just break apart. The most fundamental of those is that they would have the same leadership and the same code of law right? You can you imagine a nation that does not recognize that because once you start doubting that leadership, or that code of law, what happens? You split right. So who is the leader?

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Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on Earth, right? Who is bringing the message of Allah xojo And the message of Allah is the book of Allah and the Sunnah of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So in the beginning of the is where the prophet it is, well, Allah azza wa jal is saying, don't put ahead anything, or stand ahead or think ahead of Allah and the messenger. And Don't raise your voice up up above the voice of the messenger, Alayhi Salatu was Salam, rather lower it, that they're

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establishing the leadership at the time of Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam and afterwards, meaning all of you Muslims have this leader, and this leader is the Quran and the Sunnah. Don't get ahead of them don't suggest anything instead of them don't think that something is better than them, all of you are united and or that that is part of the fence. Right?

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And you have the same amount, which is the code of law that all of you are supposed to adhere to, and details of it follow. Right? Details of it follow.

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And part of that leadership also, which is obedience to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. And that is when he says, know that among you is the Messenger of Allah, who are he to obey you in many matters that will introduce hardship to you. So for you to understand that ease is not going to be brought by opposing the Sharia. Right. Do you think you know the Sharia is difficult is somewhere else?

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If you think ease is somewhere else, then you've missed out or you're doubting Allah.

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Right? If you think that ease is somewhere else other than the Sharia, then you're short sighted and you're doubting Allah xojo. Because whatever you choose instead of Allah azza wa jal must yield difficulty.

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Maybe not immediately in your eyes, but you wait five years, you wait 10 years, it will yield difficulty because Allah knows what works and what doesn't. So that is, let's call it the unity of the leadership. You also need now for that fence, that protection, that unity, you need the population, the believers to behave well with each other. So okay, how do I how do we relate to each other I know how to relate to Allah azza wa jal with obedience. But if you don't know how to deal

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with other Muslims, we will break it is going to happen. It doesn't matter how pious you are. So if you do not observe certain principles, you are going to break. So Allah azza wa jal first tells you about how you deal with information. If a faster a sinner comes with news, then you need to filter and you need to verify. So all the information that you're receiving must pass through a channel that verifies it, not everybody gets to interpret whatever they want and to believe whatever they

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want. There are there is a system to it. And in Islam, subhanAllah, there is a system to it, a very early system, right? If you're trustworthy, we will accept you, if you're not trustworthy, we will not take from you. And if you're an unknown, we need to verify who you are a very sophisticated system, thinking in your in your mind that if this were to be applied today, you'll be able to decipher a lot of the things that are happening today, you are not reliable, and you're not

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reliable. And you're biased. How would I accept all that from you, you need verification for it. So how the information comes, because if you don't verify your information, you will turn against your other Muslim brothers, and you will spread injustice, and that fence breaks.

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So everybody needs to be protected from false information. And you have the means of doing this. Then Allah has voted, he says, If there's fighting between you again, how do you relate to other Muslims? Because there's always going to be fighting? Right? The shaytaan, as you mentioned in the hotbar will always try to ignite hostilities between Muslims based on ethnicity based on color based on try based on whatever you can. So it's a reality that Muslims will always fight with each other,

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and if not physically then verbally, right?

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This person against that person, this group against that group, okay, how do you solve it, then Allah makes it an obligation that you need to settle that dispute. And if someone is transgressing you who's on the sidelines, you're not really part of that fight, become involved in it to quell that fitna. So you fight for the sake of what destroying that fitna. And that's how you deal with it. And that's how you bring the fence back up to protect Muslims when they fight. So fighting has

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to happen. And then Allah azza wa jal says, establishes

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that I'll delay that. And he then he says, how you relate to each other. When you are facing each other face to face, you don't mock, you don't ridicule, you don't put down right, you don't use insults and bad nicknames. Because you don't know who's better. And these things are not a criterion for virtue.

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So now Allah oxygen is reserving the right of every single Muslim and every single group face to face and behind their back with Allah azza wa jal says what you do not suspect you're not allowed to without any evidence. You're not allowed to spy, you're not allowed to backbite

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so every Muslim is protected and you are protected from every other Muslim and again, there is a fence that keep the OMA keeps the Ummah alive. If you can't relate to other people in that way, you're bringing down the fence, and you're bringing down that unity and bringing down the coherence of Muslims. So Muslims today, they don't really love each other as they are supposed to do. And there are a lot of right

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points of friction and disagreements and sensitivities between them when it comes to many, many issues. Right? Gender is one color is one,

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but income is one, and we have our own and they will also what important ones from the non Muslims until we until we've divided along those lines as well. It Allah Azza is saying what no you

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You are one and thus when Allah says in the Halacha Komenda, Karina Anthro Jana control Baba Elita out of so establishes two facts about the origin of humanity, that when you look at everybody around you, first of all, we created you from the same couple.

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And the differences that you see between you the physical differences are there to enhance your relationships, not for you to be to use them against others for destructions and animosity, which is it which is SubhanAllah. It's kind of beautiful, but how it's perverse, we perversely turned it into an evil thing. That is, you look like your parents. Why?

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Because there's a connection, and your extended family and your tribe and people like that. Because here you could find ways here to come together and do something beautiful together. That's a bond. But when you turn that bond into evil, then you squandered an Atma, from Allah azza wa jal. And it's so near me that when you're born, you're not really totally different than your family. My father looks one way, I look a very different way, I'd for no connection between you know, you look like

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your father, you look like your mother, you look like your cousins, there is a connection. So you use it to build bonds, you belong somewhere, and you use that to grow and be better and build something that is great. And then when you see other people you realize I'm not better than them. And they're not better than me because of this. The bonds are bonds for Rahim, and Toccoa. And all of that. So use it well. So establishes that as what are you looking at all other people within that

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fence? Everybody is the same in terms of creation.

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The only difference is takla. So if you have it, you excel. And because

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Taqwa is in the hearts, you don't know who's better.

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And because Taqwa is related to Allah azza wa jal, it establishes a bond between you and every other single Muslim in them and what means and why that's the other fact in them and what we know and

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so whenever you see another believer, he is my brother. She is my sister, there's an immediate bond, that transcends as we said, before anything human meet, right?

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Then Allah azza wa jal here at the end of it is the preservation of the fence or the boundaries of iman. Because what is the substance that is going to allow you to do all of this from beginning to end? Listen to Allah azza wa jal for us listen to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam avoid hurting other people fixing their problems? What is the thing what is the substance, the fuel, the fuel is Iman, so Allah azza wa jal here preserves the boundaries of iman by those who are saying we have a

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man he says, No, you're not the model. He praises the Sahaba in the previous surah. He praises them. Right. But you you're not the model. These are the model. So it's clear to us who has Eman and who doesn't and who is worthy of emulation or not. And if you want to have Iman, if you really want to achieve it, then you need to sacrifice

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you need to give Allah azza wa jal something

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and you are going to be tested and you have to survive that test.

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And you have to watch out while having Iman for arrogance

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and for entitlement.

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Because you could easily spoil your Eman with all of this and you look at the people of the book as a good example, we know

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right, and we are assured heaven. Right. That is an Eman that turns into a disease into an arrogance. Why does it turn into a disease because they rejected the message of Allah zoton Because of it, because they thought that they had something. So it could be the same thing. So you must be aware that yes, Hamdulillah you have Iman but your Eman is attached to Allah azza wa jal and last only because of him.

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So don't feel proud. Right? Because of it, or entitled because of it. Allah azza wa jal is the one who keeps supplying you with it. And if that continues, then you're a fortunate one. Keep asking for it, and keep doing the things that you need to do to preserve it. So that's a theme that kind of, you know, runs across the surah Well, lo Adam and you could see other themes as well and Charlotte let me stop here and ask you see if you have questions

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as you're thinking of questions insha Allah so by Chela beginning next week in sha Allah, we will explain, ignore claims book in sha Allah, Allah Amin dealt with

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because Salam Rahmatullah?

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Zakka Lucha naam so she shiftworker Luffy was talking about full our item and Aasbo Hana Komamura This is the end of Surah Tabata, Kal Malik

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familia t can be met in Maine. So Allah azza wa jal here is reminding the everybody, especially those who deny the favours of Allah azza wa jal, but it's a reminder for everybody colada item, you know, consider that an incredible state so whenever you see it in the Quran colada item, just marvel at the fact of this, if it happens,

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what would you do? And how would How are what type of email or what type of reaction will it elicit Oh, Laura Ito in US Bahama Okamura, if the water that you have sinks deep into the earth,

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for me, it can be my remains who will be able to bring you running freshwater.

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Right. So the main main is something that is running or something that is fresh. So if it sinks all the way deep, so if you have a river, if you have a well,

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or if you depend on the rain is the same thing. So and today,

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somehow we were deluded into thinking that, Oh, we have modern arrogation. And we know we don't need it, you understand what happens when there is drought? Right? You understand what happens in places that are rich countries, right? In places like Canada and places like Australia and what have you understand what happens when they don't have enough rain? Any plants die, animals die, humans follow? So we're still very much dependent on the rain. So if it

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disappears, Allah says if I take it away who can bring it?

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Right? And that underlines the complete helplessness of human beings even though they may think that they know and they can see so you think that kind of this modern world of yours runs like a clock right? We can plan to we can do this we can attack we can produce we can you think like it runs like a clock. Here's a little bit of wrench into that machine, boom. See, can you can does it really run as smoothly as possible? And this is just a brief reminder. Right? You get COVID? Right? You stop

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everything. And that was just what was Yeah. And yeah, just this little little reminder, right? Just a little reminder wasn't that fatal? Could have been right wasn't that fatal, but if something really big happened, so if it goes away, who can bring it back? And it is said in the Tafseer allow alum as a story as a background stigmata background story as a following story.

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That some of the arrogant

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when they've heard that California Yeti can be met in Maine who will bring you fresh running water harlot TV Who's who are not I will it says our our, our tools or axes or what have you, it bring that water meaning that we will dig in bring it harder for the heavy metal Aney

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it says they said literally than the water of his eyes disappeared.

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You know what that means? Right? He became what? Blind? That's what it means the water of his eye disappeared. I mean, it went away it sunk. So if if the story is true, and it could be true, right? It tells you how Allah azza wa jal could take water away, right? That is something against us very simple. Here's the water of your I bring it back.

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So humanity needs to be and I'm not saying humanity meaning that we're fine and great. Humanity means all of us, right? We need again, to learn humility, right? With Allah azza wa jal, and that we don't know nothing except the next to him. We can do nothing next to him Subhanallah with the Isla, and we're completely utterly dependent on him. Subhan Allah to Allah in, in understanding when from

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The time we wake up till the time that we sleep and when we're sleeping, everything that we do is cannot happen without him subpanel without

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anything else that someone would like to ask for

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is there there's other words for

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this specific

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I'm not aware that there is anything specific, right? Why use your taboo and not to sugarcoat for instance, I'm not aware. So it could be simple just synonyms here and there. But I'm not aware of a seer that I've looked at that kind of

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explains the differences or shades and meaning between them and the same thing that you asked me before about I forgot the two words or I should do an hidayah I'm not aware right of the difference. Now sometimes there is right but sometimes it's just simply another word for it, but confess my ignorance when it comes to this.

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Huh, no, no, um, so,

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the question is that, if we are supposed to avoid competition in the dunya are we supposed also to avoid competition in the akhira as well? So Allah azza wa jal says with he that he affiliate enough as in Malta enough he soon right he says in this meaning in the pursuit of Jana after after he talked about Jana love those who compete compete. So that's about Jana and religion, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he says in the Hadith, while at an alpha, so do not compete, that competition

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is worldly competition, because they said, Let the hassle duel at an alpha, so do not be envious of each other do not compete with each other. So that is related to the dunya. Because really seldom do you vmpfc People envious of another person for the sake of the akhira? Seldom do you see it? Right? And if you see it, by the way, for the sake of the Sahara is usually about fame.

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Right? Yeah. And you'd be envious of someone who has a beautiful voice in the Quran because he's famous. Right? Or someone who had memorized the Quran because he gets to lead the Salah, and you don't see be envious of that. Or people are praising someone because he gives a lot of donations, you want that praise. It's not like I really love the fact that he's giving a lot for the sake of Allah, I wish that it's like I want to be recognized like he was recognized. So seldom do you find

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this actually today actually envious and envious here means what I want to have as much or as much or I want to do as well as he's doing without taking anything away from him. So that's what they call it, Ripper. So in religion, you want to compete, you want to compete. Okay? And let's say that there are, let's say, two levels here, Allah Allah. First is the level that everybody inspires you. So you see somebody reading the Quran, you say, I don't want to be left behind. So you read it. And

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that is a good thing. Because you say, Okay, on the Day of Judgment, he's going to be ahead of me, just simply because he took advantage of his time, he prayed to a rock and I was too lazy. He woke up for Fudger. And I was too lazy. So I want to be behind. Yeah, I don't want that. So let me catch up, at least, let me catch up at least. So you compete like that.

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It's important at the same time, right for you not to wish in that competition for your, for your brother to falter. Sousa D would be ahead. So that if I'm competing with them, and I find him making a mistake, I say, now I got him now I'm ahead. So that type of competition is not really healthy. You're supposed to wish for him, lay your head out, you may know how to go head to head very early. He may you're humble enough, so you should wish for him what you wish for yourself. So it doesn't

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mean that if I'm competing, I want to be ahead of him because that means that he's behind, he falls behind. So you don't want to put him to fall behind. You want him to what you want to beat together. You want to enter agenda together. You want him to do as well as you and you want to do as well as he did. That is a Thrive type of competition. Right? As long as that is your motivation. That is That is great. There's another level right? Allahu Allah, where you may have gone beyond this. Me

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you have been, you know, any? Well, we can say you've been motivated, you've been inspired. But now you're in that race on your own.

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In a sense of what it doesn't matter if they're not doing or if they are doing you're just heading right towards Allah azza wa jal on the one hand recognizing your own fallibility and deficiency, and because of it, you're racing as much as you can towards Allah azza wa jal.

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but not really paying as much attention to what people are doing. So achieve a balance. And people have different personalities, right? So maybe a reference, right? That helps us explain this. And again, it's not any

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when you want to say, it's not that final story, right, that hadith, but when Omar Radi Allahu anhu, right brought half of the sadaqa, right? And he says today, I will Becker will not get ahead of me. So Rebecca Radi Allahu Anhu had brought all of his money. So Omar was noticing, and competing with Abu Bakr, which is what we're talking about here. It was some of the other might have said but Abubaker was not competing. Right? So Rebecca was not competing. So that's why he was ahead. So it

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depends. So in the beginning, we may need the competition. And I'm assuming all of us are in that stage, you will need the competition. So you see somebody has gone to Omaha and you're planning on going to Paris and you say to yourself, Why am I not doing this? So you change your plans? That's good. Isn't you're not going to say I don't care. Everybody has their own path that you're supposed to feel at a disadvantage. So if you do this, then that's a good type of competition. If the

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competition you see is causing envy and hatred and bad friction and you're not doing it unless other people are doing it then you need to have a better motivation and that motivation should be Allah has ordered rather than if they stand up for Salah I stand if they don't stand I won't go right

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yeah, yeah

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so what if you know your company does not provide that inspiration and that competition competition should you change? It depends on what that company is, I mean, the company could be your parents, right? So it can really change your parents right? But what you can do is supplement if you're not able to change you could supplement or if you're able to change to that just made really acquaintances or friends and you could have better ones then you change so if you can change then

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you supplement right and if you'd find upset I have nobody around then at least seek inspiration from people of the past. So read those biographies or even contemporary scholars and you know worshippers of Allah as I've done this this this this because all that is inspiring and they are living examples

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now so what are what are the signs of a weak Eman and how do we increase our iman? So that could be like a whole lecture right i mean of signs of a wiki man.

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email a man think of Eman as as

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body and body and heart. Right. So

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what is your what is your attachment? What is What are you attached to on what you were thinking about?

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Do do you feel a connection to Allah azza wa jal? Do you rush to obey Him? Do you falter right and stay behind? When he asks you? Do you rush to his disobedience? Are you happy with what Allah hates? And sad with what Allah likes? It's like what is the state of your heart?

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And that is the beginning of it, right? So if a person has a weak connection internally to Allah azza wa jal, that is a sign meaning that you don't mind the Haram and you do it. And you're very weak when it comes to the obligations. That is a sign of a weak Iman. You will love sin. And we talked about loving sin, that there's always something attractive about it, but you are attracted to it obsessed about it, you run after it. But when it comes to what Allah loves, you find yourself

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turned off by it. You don't want that. So the Advan doesn't move you the Quran does not move you the mention of Allah azza wa jal, the reading of the Quran. None of these things kind of move you then that is a sign that the heart is really suffering.

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Not necessarily dead, but it is really sick. So if the body is sick with sins, and it's away from what Allah loves, then all of these are signs right? If you put other things before Allah oxygen, the way that you would strengthen it is stay away from the haram. Do the Khaled, do the obligations

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and know Allah zodion Better? Read the Quran you will learn to love Allah and you will read that Lauren EMA and the ADKAR

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all of these things

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Then it's a process until the man comes back and understand it's going to go through a up and down movement all its life. But hopefully it's on a trajectory that is upward rather than downward.

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Yeah, yeah. How do you say that you have more than email, and then so and so. And as you said, that's nothing that is quantifiable right in our eyes. Because there's a lot of things that are hidden about it. If you had access to what Allah has access to, you can say it. Because you couldn't put it on the scale. Right? Your Iman is better, you could say it. So in our eyes, it's not quantifiable, Allah as a surgeon knows, but because a lot of it is hidden, then you can't say that I

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have more Iman than the other person. So that's not something that you can ever claim right? Now, there are

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there are things that you can judge externally, but it's not a general complete statement about Iman. So if a person commits a public sin and major public sin, we see that had decreased his email, that's for sure. Right? We say in that area, right in that area, right? Just taking these two things together.

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Let's say for instance, let's take something

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such as mean, said, yeah, just the public says somebody who drinks alcohol and somebody who doesn't somebody who smokes drugs and somebody who doesn't, in that area, okay, who has more Eema? You understand? Right? Overall, who has more Iman as that's what you refrain and stop. Right? That's when you say, with Allah Azza Zoda I don't know the status of this person versus the other person. But now with additional information, you begin to have a better idea. So if a person does drugs, and

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he committed Zina, and steals and, and, and, and this person, you see him, you know, doing a T calf in the Haram in Makkah for a month. And he comes back here and give sadaqa and, and and and you're not going to swear by Allah Zota that this person is in heaven. But you say, you kind of know, right, that this person has more emotion than that person knows. How do you know? Is it because it's not possible for the person to have that much emotion and do that much evil? Right? It can pan up

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possible, but I'm not negating his email. So there is

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kind of complete picture but we don't really have access to but kind of an idea a glimpse. Yeah,

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How can a child remind his parents of his favorites? Do your parents do that to you?

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I'm sorry, I put you on the spot. It's just

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they can if it is necessary, right? They can you need the Prophet salallahu Salam just did right in the Hadith? Did they not do this to you give you this and give you that? Automatic No, I found all the Allahu Anhu right in and at a time when they wanted to depose him and they say did not the prophets Allah Allah was salam said that whoever will have dug that this well will be in heaven. And I did that did I not this did I not that Saddam and we will cause Did Did I not this do this? Did I

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not do that? So in areas where you kind of stuck and you need to regain or defend your reputation, or correct a person's behavior? Yeah, you can shell it's there's no arrogance in it. That's what's important. Play even Sharla so next week insha Allah the disease and the cure by YBNL km Bismillah as Urgell so everybody is invited for that Baraka Lo Fi calm, and we conclude by today with tonight insha Allah that of Cyril surah Taha gerat Subhana Allah Morbihan Digha shadow Illa Illa illa Anta

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