Tafsir Surat Luqman – Part 1

Ali Albarghouthi


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Explanation of ayahs 1-11 from Surat Luqman.

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Scylla hamdu Lillah

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wa salatu salam ala rasulillah

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So tonight's in sha Allah Allah We promise to finish the story behind the last of the 40 Hadith in the test kiya and we said we're going to start being deaf

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and I had two suggestions for sort of luck man. So we're going to be vanilla to sort of man

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inshallah, so it is in the 21st juice

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if you can find it you can anyone who is interested you can for your phones or inshallah almost half you can grab them half you can follow the law so it's almost half in Medina it's the page 411 for 11 and a half in Medina otherwise to search for soda man.

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And we'll try to do until as many as as many as we can. The plan is to do around 10 so our about a page per week so we'll be in the law, the finishing,

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sort of look man in four weeks inshallah, try to do that. So it's not a very long project but a medium project and hope insha Allah that

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you'll be able to follow all of it and find benefits in it. So

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surah man is a Mexican surah

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says revealed before the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So what does it mean when we say it's the meccan surah? surah makiya, what does it mean? It doesn't mean exclusively that it is revealed in Mecca as if you say a madonie Surah Surah madonia it does not mean that exclusively it's revealed in Medina. So though Mackey and Melanie repeat refers to a space Mecca and Medina location, in fact, in the definition of their own MRI, they say it's what is before he drawn after he draw that determines what is McKeon madonie so what is revealed before he draw is what

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was revealed after he dropped his the Medina right so even if it is, let's say revealed after he dropped

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in Mecca, it still will be called Medina. Right. So I confusing, right? So even though after the draw, even though it may be revealed in festival, it's called mithuna. Right? So I hope that's not confusing. So

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there's no disagreement among the audience. When you go to the books FFC, there is no disagreement that it is a matki surah.

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And one of the ways that you would know the Maquis surah is by transmission and the Sahaba say, or there is a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that tells you that this is revealed in Mecca. This is revealed in Mecca, Medina, sometimes there's disagreements and then there is no disagreement when it comes to the man there's hardly any disagreement that it is a makiura, right. So it's before the hatred of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. One of the features of the mechi or some of the features of the monkey sutras right away throughout the Quran, is what you'll find that they talk about aqeedah especially suited up into the fundamentals of al Qaeda. So Allah subhanaw taala

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establishes and those mechi is

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the foundations the principles of what to believe, and then also what not to believe you'll find it also

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a back and forth or arguments with that disbelievers. The polytheists are establishing that a lot of our data is establishing that a lot of our data is the only law. And there is only one who has to be worshipped and establishing the names and attributes of our last panel without us so he is very strong. Right? In the Mecca. surahs also suited

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the manners,

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the character, how to behave with other people how to behave with the week in society with each other, you'll find that prominent in the mkisofs and you will find that clear in Sora.

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Now what we'll be doing in sha Allah so that it becomes clear, it's not exclusively tipsy as we'll be doing a little bit of Tafseer but also reflections upon and lessons from the idea that we're going to read. And, in general, the best def seer of the Quran is through the Quran. Did you see this? If you go to Kathy or other tips here in the mocha demon in the introductions, or in the books of Tafseer in general, they'll tell you how do you interpret the Quran? How do you understand the Quran by which tools How do you proceed?

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They say that the best way and this is really important by the way do you want to you really do pay attention to it is the best way is to see what our last panel data has said in other routers and other areas. about these

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How did Allah explain this concept? This idea this is somewhere else, or in the following area. So interpreting the Quran through the Quran and also interpreting the Quran through the son of the Prophet sallallahu send them to see, Did he say anything about it? What did he say? How did he explain how did he interpret? And also after that, to investigate and see, did the Sahaba of the messenger sallallahu Sallam say anything about it Batavia, in the in the scholars of Islam. And then after that you go to the Arabic language and you'll understand it through grammar, blah, blah, soften all of this. So what we'll be doing inshallah is some tipsy, as I said, but then afterwards

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are connected to it, we'll be doing okay, what are we learning from these ideas? What are some of the benefits that are in them, and though, we're going to be finishing childlife, a lot allows us to have sort of luck, man, it does not mean that a, we've understood everything about it, or that we've learned any everything from it.

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Because every time you're gonna go to the Koran and read a particular surah or, to always find something, you'll always learn something and will always remind you of something that you forgot, there's always something that is hidden in it that he did not pay attention to the first time, Second Time 10th Time that you read it. So it does not mean that I've read now that they've seen it, or that said I know everything about it, you can always go back and find something new and interesting, exciting, a link between this sort of that sort of this idea that the Quran keeps teaching you all the time.

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So, in the first a lot of Hana data starts by le flamming.

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This is what

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are the letters that you will find in some of the sewer of the Quran. Typically, most commonly, you'll find them in the monkey Sutras, with some exceptions in the Middle East who was like sort of a moron but typically you will find

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these letters.

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You will find them in the Mackie surplus and Islami.

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Now what is le flam mean mean?

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These are letters and letters in the Arabic language, by themselves have no meaning. Right? Just like in English, if you say a lm ABC, right, unless it's an acronym for something other than that, it doesn't have really a meaning just letters and if learning

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but why does Allah subhana wa Taala start these sewers or some sutras with Alif Lam mean? Alif Lam? membre Alec lamba? I mean, why does the last panel gonna start with that? Now we don't have anything from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to tell us

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but some of the

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extracted some wisdom out of it and they said that the wisdom that we're able to see is that a lot of panelboards Allah is presenting in the beginning of all of these suitors. What is the building block of every Sula what is the what is every single meter, meter.

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Every store is made of a word. Every speech is made up of letters, letters.

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So, the Quran Allah subhanho wa Taala had revealed, and he challenged humanity with and asked them to bring something that is even close to it. And they couldn't. Allah subhanaw taala in the beginning, is saying Alif Lam mean that what is going to fall before the following is made. These letters that you all know, and you all use to construct sentences and words and talk to each other. That's what the Quran is made of. So this, if you're claiming that it is not from Allah Subhana Allah to Allah challenging His Prophet sallallahu wasallam it says, Go construct and produce something like it because you have the blocks to do, right? If you're able, what Allah subhanaw

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taala is doing or what you're claiming the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is doing. So here are the letters use them. Right? Some of the other men also have said that I mean, these are instruments that Allah Subhana Allah is using to capture the attention of the listener, especially the Arabs at that moment because they, they were not used to this. If you started speech, if you start poetry, you start with it. Right? If you start a poem, started with a poem, right?

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directly, you start a speech

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or whatever, right? You start with words that you want to start with, but you don't typically start with letters. So to capture their attention to pull them in, so that they would wonder what is coming What is this last panel data, put it there and plus you need this. These are all what he had.

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conclusions that we have based on an effort that we put to understand what a loss of our data has

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So this is only

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the second I think kitabi hacking.

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Those are the is

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the book that is wise.

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When Allah says Tikka

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Tikka is for Albay TK is for something that is distant, not close to you distant similar to daddy can kita so it's not have an kita powder is close to you. That is far tip guys feminine tickers because Allah subhanaw taala is talking about the feminine so it's deca. So why is it far

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it's because it's noble and elevated and it's a very high station high place.

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So why is revere is referring here in the beginning by saying using ticker to the nobility and the high status and station of the Quran, it is right up there.

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So when it is right up there, it means that it elevates also we can now you know, now that you understand it now you can think about the lessons that you can get from it. It elevates whoever is attached to it and is close to it, right.

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So if it tells you for instance, this place is on top of that mountain, you want to get to it you have to climb the mountain means that when you reach it, you see at the top of that mountain as well.

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So the Quran is right there at the top, whoever attaches himself to it is elevated over thirds away from it is humiliated.

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You'll see this in the following area Tikka tikka, it's right up there. And we didn't throw it up there. It's above any other speech. Any other wisdom.

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It's stories are better than any other stories, that constructions are better than any other instruction that you'll find elsewhere. There's no disagreement contradiction, and it is located is right up there.

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And so that also brings a sense of what pride in a person who memorize the Quran or studies the Quran, he says I'm attaching myself to the best of speech, the best of anything that is produced on this earth, that is the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala. It is higher than anything. And so any criticism cannot reach it. Right? Any attack doesn't harm it.

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Because it is above everything to go.

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And kita what is an

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AI? We know that AI on the horizon is an eye opener, right? I had this idea that I could see it. Why is it called an area? Right? So what is an area the miracles that the prophets of Allah alayhi salatu salam brought are called

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the idea to is what what is an ayah? sign? That is a sign. So why is it called each verse, right? It's called an area.

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Because each one of it is a sign that this one is true, is a sign that Allah has spoken the truth is a sign that haematologica cinnamon brought the truth with him is a sign that whatever you are reading is guiding you to what Allah loves. Each eye is a sign. So when you're reading the Koran, every eye is one sign after the other. One side after the other one sign after the other confirming the truth of the Quran, the truth of the prophets of the law, you send them the truth, what is asking you to do, every one of them is an area. So it's amazing if you think about it this way I have in the Quran, because sometimes you say to yourself, I want to sign from a last panel of data,

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or other people I want to sign from God, I want to know that God is here, right? I want to know that God is present on this on me. He knows about us. He cares about us. Where are these signs? The last panel with data when he revealed this book, this prophets a lot of systems cold, every

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sun, every idea is a sign. So when you turn your attention to it, right? Because think about it, when it was over. It came to the eyes of all the prophets of Allah. They thought something forward to their people. Did everybody benefits from them? Did everybody believe

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now? No, right? Not everybody believed what he said. He's not everybody.

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But if you are willing, if your heart is open, you will see this as a sign.

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You will see every area as a sign that's very deep, by the way. Every area is supposed to, when you really think about it, when you study it when

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You understand it to confirm that Allah subhanho wa Taala is and what he wants from me. So Tikka to kita and Allah Subhana Allah Kitab is a book Allah describes it as a hacking

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and hacking because look man, we'll be talking about Pokemon inshallah, when we come to the debacle of man, look, man is known for his hikma, right? For his wisdom. So when you are, go into it when you hear Oh, this is short Look, man. expect that there's going to be a talk about what man's wisdom and there is. But before we even come to look, man's wisdom, and we'll be talking a little bit about hikma, before we even come to it, a lot tells you this book, is the Book of Wisdom

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is the book that teaches wisdom,

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that if you are looking for it, where can you find it?

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can find it in the book of Allah.

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And as again, that is something that if you stop and think about it,

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you will sit and ponder How is it that we believe that the book that a lot gave us in a Book of Wisdom contains wisdom in it, but we don't seek wisdom from it?

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You think about it. How many of us when we want wisdom, come and seek it from the book of a loss of Hana with that, by the way, what is wisdom? wisdom is to do the right thing to say the right thing.

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To do say the right thing. hekima is not to be foolish.

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Hacker metal for us, right? If there is a horse or an animal, and it has this rifle, it has this rope that pulls it back from being foolish, they call it karma.

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Right? So the thing that stops you from being foolish is

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the thing that makes you makes you act wisely. Speak with wisdom. Do the right thing. This is what wisdom is do the right thing, say the right thing. move in the right direction when you give advice. It's not enough just to give advice you have to know when to give this advice, right?

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You know, sometimes you know that this person needs advice. You don't pick the right time, advice fails, there's no wisdom or in the right proportion. Or he doesn't need so much advice he needs just a little bit. Or he needs a lot and you just give a little bit how to have this wisdom, to give advice, to fix the situation, to apologize to someone.

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But how also to have wisdom and you think about it to raise your family, to talk to your children to talk to your parents have to have wisdom

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to end the fight with people that you love or people who are not related to you, you hardly know how to have wisdom in your financial life. spiritual life

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intellectually, where can you seek this wisdom?

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How to have wisdom in your workplace, with your friends? This is always

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this is all Where are you seeking this hekima from?

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So Subhana Allah there are Muslims in the past until today when they think of wisdom when they think of hikma. They think that we have to travel to the far east or to the far west.

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Any in older times, there were Muslims, who thought that the wisdom if they wanted to find wisdom, they had to go to Greece, not physically but import from Greece is their philosophy. Because in their philosophy, there's wisdom.

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And when they studied their philosophy, they made their philosophy the foundation of their wisdom.

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And so they put their minds first and their philosophy for so anything that Allah says becomes secondary needs to be reinterpreted re understood based on the principles of what they thought is real wisdom. And that wisdom most of them philosophy, or what they call those who logic. Logic right is something that was also important so way of thinking and understanding the world around us and it's also as important so they put all of this as the supreme wisdom and not the wisdom that we find in the book of Allah subhana wa Tada. So, these are people who have used their minds to an extreme but there are others who have used their emotions to an extreme. So they think and you will find By

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the way, why am I mentioning this because you will find links and parallels to all of this today. So on the other end, you will find people who have used their emotions to locate wisdom

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they're not interested in too much intellectual ism. You know, too much thinking too much. Learning. This is what I feel is the truth.

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is what Allah wants.

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What I feel right. I would come to my heart when it comes to my dream, as the religion of Allah is what Allah wants from me that's wisdom.

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And they put that before the book of Allah subhana wa to Adam before the sin of his prophets, Allah He will send them right.

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So now you think about it today. Let's say for instance, you're studying something at university you see you're working somewhere in your family, and you want to know the wisdom. How do I make this better? How do I understand this? How many of us say I'm going to do this through the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala the book that has in it wisdom?

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Do you know that one of the mission of the prophets of Allah He was in him was to teach was done

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to him Rasulullah Minami, to Allah him is to use a key wikitravel hikma Ibrahim Ali was making throughout the last panel Italia you're seeing and send among them a profit from among them to teach them the book and hikma.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was teaching the book of Allah What else?

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hikma he was teaching wisdom

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with carnamah utility boutique Unum in India he would hekima Allah subhanaw taala speaking to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and mentioned to people what is being taught.

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Now you're

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in your home of the eyes of Allah subhanho wa Taala and hikma

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I'm going to ask you what is this hikma?

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the sin of the prophets a lot he was sitting them as hikma

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because what would the be mentioned in the houses of the prophets of Allah He was in them he'd be teaching the Quran. So the words of the Prophet could narrate and relate that onto people, right? What else? What else can they tell people? What the Prophet did and what the prophet said? The prophets Allah no technical debt, what hikma wisdom?

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So if I'm an economist, I'm studying the economy. So I want to, I want to understand a lot of wisdom when it comes to economy.

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If I'm studying psychology, sociology,

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if I'm a teacher, I always say, I want to know how to be a good teacher, I can listen to the wisdom of great teachers.

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You know, I just saw a video right?

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The founder, I don't know his name, the founder of Alibaba.

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Like, you know,

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not not the not the fictitious figure the company, right?

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Okay, the Chinese guy and he was like, giving sitting right and he's sharing with people his wisdom. This is the benefit of his experience. This is what you should focus on. This is what you should not focus on. Don't worry about making mistakes, oh, useful, useful, to listen to that wisdom. And you can agree with it to disagree afterwards. is human, but it's useful to listen. But how Why would we seek the wisdom of human beings only and not seek the wisdom that is coming from Allah subhana wa, tada was prophets of Allah, and he was in them. So I was hoping that I made this point clear that we really are distinct from the wisdom of the distant from the wisdom of prophets, a lot of them, we

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seek it from gurus, and we still seek it from famous people and accomplished businessmen and women, we seek it from them. But we hardly go and find the wisdom in the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Because it can teach you maybe not the specifics of economy, not the specifics of science, but it will teach you how to be a better scientist, how to be a better economist how to be a better psychologists, sociologists will give you a big picture, if not the specifics, sometimes and specific sometimes will be there, but the big picture a lot. So think hacking, and we'll talk more about insha Allah when we come to look man, to understand where does pigma come from? So

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many meaning this Koran is

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guidance and problem is mercy to them, they need to the people of

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the people who worship Allah subhanho wa Taala and very close to him and have reached that highest level of the sun. So it means that the greater you are or the closer you are to Allah subhana wa Tada. The greater that you will receive of Allah, Buddha and mercy.

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Good when Allah says you

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attach this to Buddha and Rama, this guidance and mercy to a specific attribute

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adjective it is for these,

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it is for these. So it is who they are Brahma for those who have a means if a person does not have a sense at all, they every Muslim has an accent to some extent not the complete one, but to an extent, of course, it has no accent at all, with the Quran, the who they

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So, of course, it has to actually come close to Allah to get more of this.

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You want to be guided more come closer to Allah azza wa jal,

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you want more of a lot closer to Allah azza wa jal, you will

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walk away,

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you want to be more confused, walk away, you want to feel more wretched on this earth walk away from Allah as

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you come closer and you'll notice that Allah has given you more of this, you will be reading the same surah than the other person is reading.

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On we'll see the attitudes when it comes to the Quran soon inshallah, we'll be reading the same sort of listening to the same, one person will be getting so much from it, and the other will be getting nothing from it. Why

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there is still the same is the faculty of hearing, the ability to hear is the same here and there. Why? What's different.

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Understanding the sun, the ability, the capacity to understand is here, but it's not there. That's where our loss of Hannah with Dallas is who the watermelon was spinning, but they also have

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cern is not just by wishing that I want to be Emerson, Allah Subhana, Allah says in the following area, you have to do something to reach the position of external.

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And what are these Allah mentions three things as the basics, the foundations of what comes after, this is not everything. But every other good thing in Islam is based on

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three things, you know, so now you tune into the formula, he'll film you know, the establish the salon, and they give this account, and they have certainty in the archaea.

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These are the foundations, you find them also in Surah Al Baqarah, because in these early IR, there's a lot of similarity between them and what is in Surah Al Baqarah, you'll find that in Surah Baqarah, as well, the foundation of Islam

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of the practice of Islam, you'll find that there are

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two actions, the loss of kind of a data often joined together in the Quran.

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As the most important two things that you do and you have to observe and pay attention to, you cannot be a mission without the comments.

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When you establish the funnel, you reach the level of it.

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That's the best way to reach the level of a Senate. Every time that you pray, you're paying attention in your cellar and to it and what you're seeing in it and what you want from it, paying attention in every single second every single minute to your Roku and to yours to do and what to be said there on what Allah is saying to you that Allah is listening to you. When you establish the sundown from the beginning to the end. From the time and before the time you can make will do and when you make will do and when you go to the masjid and you're getting ready for the sedan when you're in the sedan and when you finish. This whole experience is ecommerce so that preying on time.

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That is

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that's what keeps Islam

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without the structure that is Islam collapses.

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So you cannot reach the level of Eman you can have you cannot reach the level of

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there will be no accent if there is no salah

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and also losses will you tuna Zika

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knows the cow was not there in specific percentages at the time of the Prophet Somalis in them in Mecca

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as the team leader in Medina, so what is meant by you tune is that they give charity they give the solder they give them their money.

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Why is it gold? Why is it called Zika? Do you know why is it called Zika

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Why is the capital of Zika

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now because it purifies

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and it blesses. So purifies the person of sin purifies the sin of the person all stinginess of greed. The more that he does it, the pure he is before Allah subhana wa tada and the pure his wealth is and also blesses this person blesses him blesses him when he blesses him with

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taqwa, blesses the money that he has. Right?

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And this is everything that is attached to it. So this is a Zika.

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So these are the two actions. The third thing that a lot of Dionysus will humbler Hirata, homeopathy know they have certainty and

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certainty, there is no doubt in their minds, that Alaska is coming, the day of judgment is coming. We have no doubt that people will be resurrected, and they will come back to life. And they'll stand before our last panel with data and they will be asked, and they will be judged and there is heaven, and there is help, they have no doubt in their mind. But how does this certainty come?

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How does the certainty and

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it comes from reading the Quran?

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Because the Quran builds up your email,

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and gives you analogies and parables and arguments to convince you of an era.

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It would ask you to contemplate and think

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it pushes your image to the heights.

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It's worth believing in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and when he speaks, you know that he's speaking the truth.

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You believe in the law with certainty and there will be people because there

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continues to be great. Where does that come from, by the way,

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that one of the areas where doubt comes from is distinctly that you are away from Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And when you are away from Allah, the space that is in your mind, the space that is in your heart is occupied, by whom, by the shapefile. So that's a fun injects all of his doubts into your mind and heart.

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Whereas if you're closer to Allah, your heart is protected by the angels of Allah, your mind is protected by the angels of Allah, your mind is frequently visiting and revisiting the arguments in the Quran, the arguments for Allah creation around you. So there is no space for doubt in it, there is certainty and you continue to see confirmations of Allah promises everywhere that you look, remember we talked about, if we were one of them isn't if you see it everywhere, you will see it around you what Allah has created.

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And we will see inshallah examples of that. So they'll have certainty in VR, in general, and in detail, they have no doubt about it. And because they have no doubt about it, they have so that is good, isn't it.

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Because if you have doubts about it,

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so it would be so so maybe, maybe what will happen to me, if I don't pray? Well, I'm not sure about what's going on, even if there's going to be anything out. So there a man is weak, the salon will be weak, to be no incentive to give this a car. So there's certainty and this will be better performance of those of both of these things. And if there's better performance, there'll be more certainty in an IRA. So Islam is all connected, all of it is connected, you believe to your actions, your action to your belief, and the inside to the outside the outside to the inside. Family work, friends missed it outside all of a disconnected, it's not different compartments, if you're strong

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here is strong there as well. And if you're weak here, you're weak there as well.

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So because of that, a lot of them, it'll be more like a homeowner.

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When they establish and fulfill all of these conditions, they are the ones who are guided from Allah Mira Rahim, Allah who have been on the path of Buddha.

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And they are the ones who are successful as if to say

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that these are the only ones who are successful and no one else.

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When you say he's a man, and he's a man, and there are other men, he's the man was, I mean, there's something special about

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that attribute, whatever you mean by the man, but in that thing, he's the person who

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is not just who

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they are the ones who are successful, meaning that others will lose some of success, if not the entire success with some of success. When they don't follow the last panel data is said here, where's the certainty in the era that yes, I'm going to be standing before a lot and he's going to be talking to me, and I'm going to be talking to him. And based on that it's either heaven or hell, where is that certainty. So that's a certainty that we want to nurture. Now, after a loss of power data speaks about those who deserve a lot and Huda and guidance and they are the successful a lot talks about the opposite.

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Those who are away from Allah they turn away from Allah subhana wa tada and we'll see how

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wamena nursing me yesterday that what Hadith He will answer believe

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it is an hour people are those who buy purchase or or also can be interpreted as favor that will add distracting speech explain all of this inshallah distracting speech, Leo will answer vilella so that he will misguide

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away others away from the path of Allah

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without knowledge

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and to mark the path of Allah subhanho wa Taala and ridicule it.

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So let's be opposite what mean and nasty on people among people?

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me yesterday, the one who buys what Howdy, let me explain the what Howdy.

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Howdy when you go to some statements of the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, you'd like him to miss out saying it's singing arena that's loud had a distracting speech.

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means really, the bigger meaning more comprehensive meaning and then there are examples. Any speech that distracts and takes away from a loss of power to Allah and there is no benefit in it is loud.

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That is loud.

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Anything that takes away from a loss of power without and typically that has no benefit in it somehow has benefit. Like if you're playing basketball or if you're playing football, it's not hard on not saying it's hard. But I'm saying that that is a type of

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entertainment amusement, there's some benefits in it. It takes away from a loss of power data, it could distract someone from a lot becomes harder.

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But there is some there is no benefit in it. And that is the type of now the last panel Devon's talking about that takes away from Allah is intended for that it is there for that there is no benefit in it.

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That's the type of law.

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As some of us have said, his songs and singing.

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Some said that this was revealed because some

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of the disbelievers they said okay, Mohammed Salah, he was hitting him, right? He's telling you stories in the Quran, and he's capturing your hearts through this or that. I'm going to bring you the books of Persia and India with all their fascinating stories, and he bubbling up all the fascinating stories, and then I'm gonna bring these stories and you gather and you listen to me, that's better than the Parana Hamad solo and he will send them or I'll bring this you know, Emma, right? This woman who's going to be singing Beautiful, beautiful songs, beautiful voice, and I'm going to be serving alcohol or serving this, I'm going to bring an uncommon you listen to her and

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drink and eat this is better than Mohammed sallallahu Sallam is Atkins asking you to go and pray and give away your money and sacrifice and ask me all of these difficult things come and have fun.

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That's distracting speech, any type of speech that takes you away from a loss of power data and designed for that. That's loud.

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It's not serious speech, right? It's frivolous, trivial speech. And the law says there are there are people who buy it yesterday.

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Whether it is actually a person who goes and buys it means that he pays money for it.

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There is a concert, and a person has to travel five 612 hours to attend it and the concert is $150 $200 I don't know how many dollars right?

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They'll do it. And they'll go but if there is something that is free, I'm not even saying hello.

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There is free right next to their home, they will not come to it.

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So yesterday

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they'll pay their dear no hard earned money

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and spend their time

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chasing this frivolous meaningless things.

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And that's the thing that has captured their heart.

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And we'll see what our last panel Dennis says about it. leoline danceability law so that he misguides others like that this is really where we talked about there's another clause that says Leah will answer in the Hebrew right and he's doing this so that he is misguided. So we have to

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in the Quran, both of them from

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the closet, you know he is

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leaving, so that he misguides others and another crisis Lee arena that when he does this, what is he doing to himself

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he's hurting himself.

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person wants to misguide others, isn't he himself misguided? Isn't he bringing ruin upon himself and harming himself.

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So he says both are happening at the same time. He's misguiding himself and he's misguiding others at the same time, if you want to hurt others, you're hurting yourself. At the same time. There's something beautiful that I've just read. He says, someone said, I don't remember who he said, like,

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and you will be like to

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an insult and you will be insulted and cheat, and you will be cheated. Be as you wish, because this is how people will be with you, as you are today. So, you should be tomorrow, as you are today. So, you shall find people tomorrow,

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if you want to lie, lie,

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but know that if you like to this person and that person, they will also lie to you, you insult This person will unsub back or some other person will insult you whatever you are, however you are, it will come back to you come at the dino to done as you are people will treat you if you try to misguide others, because sometimes you look at people and he says to Pamela, they're working against Islam, and they're trying to do this and that against Islam. And we don't notice that the greatest ruin the greatest harm that they're bringing is bringing it to themselves before they bring it to anybody else.

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They should be paying

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for that. So this person, you will answer D Linda, he wants to take people away from the path of Allah subhana wa Tada. And there are people who will be paying pauwela am I saying millions or billions, maybe billions of dollars, to take people out and away from a loss of power without

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you know how much effort you know, they will be putting and they put and they'll keep putting to take away PV people away from the last panel with that to misguide people, as economists wrote said write songs. Singing is one of the things that takes people away from a loss of power with data. This is from the statement of the Prophet Muhammad, the prophets of Allah He is given that as an example,

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a person who listens to songs all the time will find it difficult to listen to the

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my right, am I wrong?

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Maybe you're saying, right, because you expect me to say, Oh, yeah, you're right. I don't know, maybe but through practice, or if a person had went through that phase, if you're listening to songs all the time, and then somebody you know, says listen to the Quran or turns on the Quran, it's difficult to get into the foreigner

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so that you are on different wavelength by

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different are no different realities, and has a different people who listen to it, different mindset, different heart, and you need to transition from listening to songs to the listening of the Quran. Right. So the Quran requires a different type of person. So if you're listening to songs all the time, your heart is not empty or clean enough to appreciate the Quran.

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And I'll say also, it's the same thing with the sheets, when the sheet is excessive, not talking about the sheets with music, talking about the sheet without music, right, because the sheet music is songs, right? the sheet music is songs and there's nothing that I hate more than you go into some analyst some stores, and they're playing that machine over there, right. And for the rest of the day, that machine is playing in your mind. And you're seeing that machine and you want to stop but it just happens naturally. So it just goes into and it doesn't want to leave, right it's just it gets stuck into your, into your heart into your mind. So there's a machine that has music in it,

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that's a song, I'm talking about machine without instruments, not musical instruments. Also, if it's excessive, that also can affect the heart as well. So there's no space in it. For the it's okay for the sheet once in a while, especially if you're lazy or he man is weak and you want something as a pick me up. It's fine. No problem with that inshallah, but extensively. That's what you listen to all the time, all the time, all the time, it inhabits your heart.

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And part of that maybe is some of the Muslims who focus on these,

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you know, especially in domestic and recitations of the outside and sometimes it's with music, and sometimes with you know, dancing or whatever right. So that is intended, as far as we understand from them to praise Allah and worship Allah Subhana Allah, but that is from the whole happy because it takes away from the Hold on. That takes away from the some of the profits of the law that he was in, and neither the Prophet nor his companions Dan

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They dance is there anything like that they use music musical instruments for their poems and they praise Allah Laurie's praises prophets a lot. He said that that didn't happen that was not part of their evaluation.

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So, the focus on the Koran

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requires also minimal focus on what distracts and takes away from Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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So, the Lancer been in the Ibiza,

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so they want to take away from the path of Allah subhanho wa Taala having no knowledge

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that that is a path of ignorance. If they really knew what they were doing, they wouldn't do it. And the person who's engaged in law would have eaten this distracting frivolous speech knows what they're supposed to do, they wouldn't be doing it. But there's ignorance there.

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Why is he the who's who and the problem is that they are marking this person wants to do it is marking a loss, and marking a loss. And marking a loss of Hanna, what data and that eventually is the outcome of anyone who follows law what

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begins with a small distraction to a great distraction until it overtakes the heart. And then later on, you will look at people of faith of people who are religious, or people who are listening to the Koran, and internally you will mark them What are they doing? They're still you know, they're still interested in this thing. They still believe in these things. These things still matter. These old backwards, you know outdated things that's in the heart and then if it's in the heart, soon it will be on the tongue.

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So marking Allah subhana wa tada is something that is very serious. But where does it come from? Again, by these distractions that keep a person away from Allah subhana wa Tada. I said, there's nothing wrong with soccer, there's nothing wrong with football, there's nothing wrong with basketball, is there anything wrong with them as a sport, going out and playing nothing, but it would stand to the center and you're playing, and you're not going to casada then there's something that is wrong with them.

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There's something that is wrong with them. So that distraction, or again,

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you're playing games online, on your phone time for the seller. And again, games, that's another topic whether they are supposed to be played or not. That's another thing. What are we supposed to be watching? You know, whatever sports on TV, that's another thing, right? We'll leave it for another time. But at least when comes the temple, the sun out Allah obedience, and you find that you cannot move because you're so you know, in trance by that,

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then that's loud, if you're praying, and the only thing that you can think about is the score

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that you've just witnessed over there, or that song that is still playing in your head.

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Or that game, lets you just pause and you want to go back to because you want to go to the next level. That's where you're thinking about, then you know, what you're engaged in distracting frivolous speech or not.

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Because the other type of law is the law that energizes you. And when you leave it, you're done and you come back to a loss of power to Allah fresh. Now that you come to Allah subhanho wa Taala on a borrowed time, because you want to come back to what is more important to you. So that's the difference between louder is allowed and that is distracting.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala says about those people that

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they will have humiliating punishment.

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What did they do, they wanted to mock Allah, and Mark his idea and take people away.

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By the way, it means panela, all these things that you find on TV. They're designed for distraction.

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They're designed for distraction, the sports events and the sport activities and all of this. They're all designed for distraction. So what these people are doing, they want to distract people away from Allah. They don't want people to think they don't want people to ponder what is important in my life, they just want you to be just up there in front of the TV, watch, watch, watch, buy, buy, buy, right, that's what it is for. The thing that sponsors your activity, of watching TV, are the commercials. So it's these corporations that are asking you to buy these things. So you're sitting watching them asking you to buy their products. That's why this is happening. So these are

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the distractions that are we're part of, we're not aware of. So economic Obama, he lost his way that he is the next step beyond Calla miasma. That's

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when the heart is so wide when the heart is so filled with these distractions. When you read their ID our area to them when you present it one step below. He turns away arrogantly Can you smile as if he did not hear them?

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He heard

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it would be better if he did not hear but he heard

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and it says if he heard nothing

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Because of the cube, because what is inside can feel

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as if

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his death

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Walker Ah, there's heaviness,

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this heaviness in the ears means if this person you talk to them, they are nothing they understand nothing will stick around there is arrogance instead.

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So the arrogance inside the heart

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was reflected in the arrogance of the body and the blockage rights that had blocked him from understanding inside even was reflected in the air was unable to process what Allah subhana wa tada said, he cannot hear it, he cannot understand it, there is no benefit from it. And imagine Subhana Allah, if you wanna if you want to take an example to approximate this, you give someone medicine and it doesn't work.

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And it's supposed to work, but it doesn't work. Or you give them the medicine and the medicine is in their hand. And the only thing that they need to do is swallow it. And they refuse to swallow it out of arrogance out of rebellion out of being stubborn, whatever it is, but they refuse. So Allah is bringing this medicine right to them.

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So close that they can hear it so close that it goes into their ears, into our ears. I don't want to talk about other people a lot brings it so close. That is right there in front of me.

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I can hold it. I can flip through the pages and medicate myself. I can read it so it goes into my heart into my ears and medicate me and fixed me. And I refuse to take it. That's the tragedy

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that the medicine is there. It's not that it's not there it is there. Why aren't you taking it? The same idea I mentioned about the hikma the heckler is there while not seeking

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if I want to hikma I will listen to so and so. And so and so. And I will go to and listen to the books of so I read the books of so and so. But not all of them, why not his wisdom? What happened to his wisdom? And he's the one who's teaching it

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might not last the panel with that. And he's the one who teaches it and he's the one who revealed it. I'm not seeking their wisdom to structure my life to understand my life better.

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So but should be as I've been any given the news, and given the news for the *hole this Bushra or she is the top of news that changes right the color of your skin because you reacted to it.

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If there's redness of the skin, or there's if he become pale, this is the kind of bull* all right back from Bashar Bashar is the skin. So when you came when you give Bushra sometimes typically Bushra is for good news. So what happens if you can somebody really good news? What do you see in their face? Maybe come red, they happy but the face could become red. Right? You can see it in their face. This is crucial because it changes the color of the skin. That's Bushra, that's the best type of news. Not just any news, the best type of news that really moves you. It's like your body, your whole body reacts to it. That's Bushra. But that type of Boucher is the one that moves it in the

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other direction.

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The body reacts to it out of fear or trepidation is so alarmed that the color of the skin changes for sure. And that is this is a difficult news that is coming to them. And any type of a news, not regular news. That's a very difficult type of news. So the shooter will be adapting a name with a punishment that is going to be very painful. Right?

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So that's when you hear his loss of Hannah, what do you say a lot is serious here.

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A lot is dead serious here. But this is really painful punishment.

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So that the person who believes in the certainty of the last day will take this seriously.

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Then our last panel with dinosaurs in the living room and we're going to study how to home Jana to name those who have in mind. This is a number eight in the Medina among those who have Eamon wamena solly had Allah subhanho wa Taala frequently joins between these two, to teach us that with a man. There's another sign it

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has to be its natural consequence, email and Amazon and Amazon it must come from him. And if there is no righteous deed, what does it say about

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this week, at least? It's weak.

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And if it is strong, you must you must find amarilla righteous deed that is a reflection of this email. You must can a person only be honest on the inside and lying on the outside.

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So I'm honest and hamdulillah but also

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On the inside, but whenever I'm speaking, I'm like to everybody around. That makes sense. I never see by, by except my hands teens, but I don't steal. Doesn't make sense, right? So if you're, if you're good on the inside, you're good on the outside. And you're good on the outside, not in the way that you decide is good, by the way. Because some people will say, and hamdulillah excellent person,

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good to the poor, and I'm courteous and he opened doors to people. And then I say hi to everybody. And so the old good manners, but is this the only way that allows you to be good? Now you decided that goodness is this way, and I fulfilled the tip hamdulillah there's nothing more that needs to be done. No, I don't establish like, like criteria. Allah establishes the criteria. He's the one who says what is good and what is not. who's good and who's not. So you be good. According to our last panel that annual Sally had a study had are known

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for a loss of Hannah What?

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Long Janaka name, they will have these gardens of blessings and comfort, enjoy. It was near nine in every direction they've been in is right. There is no end to that near Matt Cardenas, he has the line hakala who will as he is and Hakeem

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Cardenas, he had they live in it forever. Why the lighthouse? But that's a promise from Allah Subhana what the honor, that is a true promise.

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So Allah is Odin, and this is part of our belief, again in the

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era that led me to promise. A lot of promise is always fulfilled and never broken. If you do what Allah loves, and wants you to do this is what a lot promise Do you want to live?

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Well, who will Aziz will hacking?

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Why was this a true promise because he is hacky as he is, and hacking.

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Hacking again, we come back to this wisdom that Allah is the one with all the wisdom, all of his actions, all of his sayings or wisdom.

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When he tells you what to do, he tells you to do because there's wisdom behind it. And when he decides to do something with your life, he decided because there's wisdom behind it is always hacking, and also at the same time as these as his meaning he's unopposed. Powerful, does whatever he wants to do. And no one questions him, he has all the power to do it. So when he promises you that he will put you in jail, no one can oppose him.

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And when he promises you that he will put you in jail, he will put you in jail, in the place that you deserve, because he's the Weiss

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so the attributes of Allah subhanho wa Taala explain and elucidate why and how Allah subhana wa tada does what he does, and confirm whatever Allah Subhana what that is saying who he is as easy I have no fear to someone can make a promise give you a promise, I'll help you. But they're not powerful. So you still don't trust them. When Allah says I will do this, you know that he will fulfill his promise because no one can stop him.

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And you know that he will give it to you because he's honest and his promises he fulfills his promise as well as these will Hakeem

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to more eyes inshallah and then we'll be done.

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I just don't I didn't want to leave before finishing this. Allah says Allah sumati did it Ahmed in Tarragona. There's a reason why Allah is gonna mention these things. He created the skies without pillars that are visible to you that no no are no pillars that are holding up the sky in their place. So why is saying he created the skies the heavens

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and the earth being held by Allah power you look around. Is there anything that is holding them that is visible to you? There's nothing there's no another no pillars, but like the armor the internal when I

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woke up without me and he had put on this earth rusty stabilizers. These are what the mountains and Demeter become so that the earth doesn't shake beneath you. So what stabilize the heavens for you, is holding them so they do not fall and stabilizing this earth for you with these mountains. pravasi Anthony the D comb.

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Over 30 Harmon Khalida band is on this earth he does first of every type of animal every type of creature.

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So panel I mean, it's you'll be amazed at the diversity of animals on the face of this earth and then when you keep looking you will find animals. You will be surprised that they even exist.

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Equally Dabbagh every animal, every kind of creature once in them in a summer

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And this is Odin Karim. Now Allah has created this heavens the earth, there are animals now they need to nourishment, sustenance provision. So Allah says, and we have sent from the sky

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on this earth we produce

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plants mean cool is Odin Kareem of every noble kind, you'll find plants on this earth, people feed on these plants. And then people feed on the animals that feed on these plants. And they drink from a rock this water and a lot of Kanagawa data sustains them. So Allah is saying, Look at the skies. Look at the earth.

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Look at the animals look at your food.

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Why is Allah mentioning this? For the next one has a helping law. This is a last creation.

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This is a law who had created all of these things fall under the name in doing so what did people or what did others or beneath him? Create?

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And so Pamela if you think about it, this is powerful. This is a lot stablishing to heed with certainty

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unequivocably Why? Because when you're standing and do it, do it yourself, if you want stand in all, in this dunya in this in the eye on this on this earth stand alone, look around you look at the sky, look at it at night with all the stars.

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Look at this earth and the mountains, you know, look at go drive to the mountains or look at the pictures online. The diversity of plant life that iversity of animal life, the diversity of human life, then ask yourself, did I create any of this?

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was the answer.

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I mean, you recognize your own weakness and helplessness when you look at what it was all of this. I know for certainty, I'm not controlling any of this. I do not sustain any of this. I know real certainty. I know. And I know with certainty that this person and that person doesn't do it. Because they can tell you and no other human does. So we did all of this. If you stand and you contemplate and ponder, you'll only be left with there's something higher.

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And if and you will know is this human did not create because they'll tell you that they did not create and you know that they did not create because they were created. Right? They were born.

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No human created. There's nothing else that can create this, this rock this mountain, this tree, this grave, none of these things created. So Allah is saying how the hell? This is my creation that the others create? No.

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So why do you worship them?

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There's nothing more powerful than this. You really want to establish to hate you really want to understand the hate. You want to feel it

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with some heat inside and some emotions inside right now just statements, the inner heilala homies that are that are good to learn but with emotions, you do this?

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So if we did not create anything, why do you give them any type of worship? Why are they Why do you feel them? Why do you hope from them? Why not meet I created you and everything else you submit to me You don't need to submit to anything else. That contemplation gives you wisdom. So where does wisdom come from comes from the Quran. Because the Quran tells you where to look and how to look and how to think.

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Not that it forces you tells you just

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and then conclude for yourself or

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anyone else because then Allah subhanho wa Taala you see that no one else then that either in love comes naturally from you. Now, I'm not gonna worship anyone else, but a lot comes naturally. That's why a lot of the end he says the moon appears on any movie. But the aggressors who refuse all of this are in clear error. They're not confused.

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They're on a clearly wrong path.

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Why are they on the wrong path because they have no argument.

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We have not used their minds. They have not listened to their hearts. They have not learned the lessons from this universe and they did not learn the lessons from the Koran Book of Allah subhanho wa Taala that's why there is mu been what has been clear they in

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it's not just as confusing. The truth is beggin is very clear on balandis V and that is very clear. What is it confusing?

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Again when you don't listen to a loss of Hanover data and you're away from his foods and listening to his arguments so it could be confused

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And if you're sitting and you're listening to people all the time who didn't believe in our last panel then after some time The truth will be confusing to you might not be

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at the center the truth will be confusing to you, because you start thinking maybe, maybe there is no God. Maybe there were no prophets maybe all this is made up, maybe maybe maybe.

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But if you're close to a loss of Hana what's Allah will see the truth very clearly, that he will swear by a lot of data that it's the truth, and you will see false very clearly.

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That you swear by Allah subhanho wa Taala. That is false. So not only that, but as the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says that among the people who will taste the sweetness of Eman is someone who accepted Islam could be born with Islam accepted Islam, but he's threatened with fire to be burned alive. Just to go back to this belief he rather be burned alive there then go back to disbelief.

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Where does this come from? It doesn't come simply from intellectual understanding of Islam. Casual superficial understanding of Islam This is a person tasted the sweetness of email. Their email is inside their heart. Their email is mixed with their blood with their with their meat. That's why we can't leave it. It mixed with their soul. They say my Eman is my soul. How do I detach my soul? I can't.

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A person who has a man cannot detach from their email. How can you detach from Allah subhanho wa Taala

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you can't because you die. You feel that you are about to die if you detach you away from Allah subhana wa tada that's why you need to do what Allah Subhana Allah says saying here think about it. So this is your homework inshallah. For this week insha Allah is not going to give you homework I didn't think I'm going to give you anything but

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think about a last creation stand one of those days one of those nights stand and think about the universe around you and feel your helplessness before a loss of data before everything that you see. Consider how vast this galaxy is how small we are in an insignificant in it. Then you will see Subhana Allah Allah you know there must be something greater I am nothing in this galaxy. How about with compared compared to the last panel done in this galaxy I'm nothing Allah is even far greater than this entire galaxy beyond comprehension. So then you will see from deep inside that you know in a lot and then you've surrendered to a loss of Hana with that. So come to that we finished the first

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page with the law so the next week, we'll begin with what are the Athena documented herkner hikma was given Look man, wisdom and we'll get to know inshallah, who Lockman is and what some of the other men have said these are the foundations of wisdom. So what man is talking about are

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the foundations of wisdom the principles of wisdom, will find inshallah with these are next week, discipline law, higher law.

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I want to see any questions? No 123 Okay.

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So panic a little shadow now, Eli