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Bismillah Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala shadowfell ambia mursaleen Nabina Muhammad wa

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Salaam Alaikum I live on a go to mothers brothers and sisters. Welcome back, it's good to be back hamdulillah we resumed our study of sort of DRC in this lesson will be a recap of what we did in the last lesson, plus extra inshallah. So the verses that we'll be covering in this lesson are verses 31 to 36. inshallah, we are we are in sort of DRC, and we are in section number two. This is the end of section number two, section number two was about the story of the people of the town. That story has concluded, but there are some remaining comments that unless handled will give in regard to the story almost like the take home message. What is the take home message from the story of how there's

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so many lessons, there's so much guidance, but what is the main purpose behind relating the story? It seems as though the main premise behind led to the story of humble Korea is to tell or to show the processor them how obnoxious and arrogant some people can be. Such that they can reject the truth even if it comes to them from many different prophets, for you are one messenger. They were those that were sent three messengers, and one from amongst them also tried to advise them, and they just would not listen. In fact, they went so far as to kill the one who tried to advise them from their own people. So in that story, appreciate that. The problem with the rejection of your people

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is not you. It is those people themselves. Yeah, this is one of the main messages from the story is the tech of evil the people how some people can be so blind to the truth and so arrogant that it doesn't matter who tells them about it. They will not listen to advice. Yeah.

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This now is the final two verses regarding the conclusion the story allegedly says lm Yocum alakina tabula homina Peroni unknown la Himalaya, Jerome. Do they not see or do they not see how many, how many generations we have destroyed from before?

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This verse is telling us that as horrible Korea are just one of many. Number two, they are one of a trend, they are not the anomaly. Rather, that is the norm that generations came before you. Generation after generation did exactly the same thing. And they ended in what destruction? luck now? We We destroyed them? Yeah. Why did Allah Allah tell us this in order to show us that this story is an example from countless examples

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by telling us that there are so many that Allah destroyed before. It is teaching us that people they do not learn from history.

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People, they repeat the same mistakes as others do. This is true of nations. It's true of individuals is true as it was then as it is today.

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I remember

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there was a conversation taking place in a whatsapp group amongst mothers to send the children to an Islamic school.

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One of the mothers said that I will not tell my daughter to wear hijab. Rather, let's explore the world as you will come to the understanding herself and whether

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she's sending her daughter to Islam is.

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Now what is more astonishing, was the reaction of some of the other sisters. They said yes, good. Let them find out what's right from their own mistakes. Is this really the attitude of a Muslim? That we should commit mistakes and then learn from them?

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In fact, let our children make mistakes, and then learn from them.

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It's nice Is this what the verse is teaching us? What's the matter what people don't learn from people's mistakes before they do exactly the same thing and then met with the same fate? How foolish are people that they don't look back in history and think Hang on a minute, that something keeps on happening to people over and over again? They keep getting destroyed, become extinct species ruins? Why didn't happen? Was it a coincidence? Allah says Allah can now we destroyed them. Don't attribute the destruction of previous nations to nature. To a freak accident, no attribute it to who to a lot of luck now we even the Royal we is used it to express the might majesty remnants of a law that we

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did this to them why?

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Why did allegedly artists

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Because they rejected his message, and the punishment of alarm became binding upon those people.

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So, I said to my wife regarding the system, I said, Ask the system, would she like her child to find out what it feels like to fail her GCSEs? Then to learn how to pass them?

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She said no.

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Oscar, Oscar said, Would you let your child say you don't need to revise, I'm not going to tell you to revise for exam. When you fail, you follow your stuff?

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See, what would the response be?

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No way am I gonna let my child fail the exams. In fact, I'm going to do everything in my power as a parent, to make sure that all the opportunities and resources so they pass plus, then the GCSE than a law within the university degree and become become what I want them to become. Okay, so you're not prepared to let them learn from the mistakes when it comes to their dunya when it comes to the acca make mistakes. And

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this is this is really

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disturbing. To see that this is the type of mentality many of us have. Some of us have it, we don't even realize it. Yeah, a large oil is in this is telling us people need to learn from the history of others. Don't make mistakes yourself and learn from your mistakes, rather learn from the mistakes of other people. This is the way of the intelligent person. Yeah.

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And then I'll say under home, Elaine larger home and home, that those perish nations led him to those Quraysh they are not returning. This is one interpretation. The other interpretation is that declaration are going to return to those people. What does it mean that they are not going to return to the Quraysh? They have died destroyed? years ago? What does it mean? They're not going to come back to the parish it means that not only Allah destroyed them. But Allah wiped out the history, such that liquorish could not even read about them. Other than just destroy those people. He destroyed the names, they legacy, so that even if they wanted to find out about some nation that

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they heard us to live once upon a time they cannot, are utterly annihilated. That is the message behind the last part of the verse anomaly, let him do your job. And that would have been a bit of a shock for the Quraysh. Because for them, they they dreamed of becoming immortalized in poems.

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We wish that our forefathers and our names live on through into the future, because they've been, they've been immortalized in poems that people will recite to remember us by and celebrate us. Allah saying you you dream of being remembered. Do you look at those before you. They're not remembered? They can't be remembered because we destroyed them because they rejected they rejected our message with a very strong, yeah, this is very strong as a conclusion that people need to learn a lesson from the story. The main lesson from the story is, if you if you reject the truth,

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and you know is the truth, then be prepared for punishment in this life and in the Hereafter. Yeah, this is one of the messages. The second message is

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that the punishment that came to the people was not just because of rejecting the messengers. It was because of something else. Anyone remember what we said it was last time? It was a combination of two things number one is rejecting the message. And number two was

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denominations.

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And you remember is

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the region rejected the message?

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Yes.

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Yes, because of the doodle is, well,

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they didn't just reject the message. They oppressed the messages, and they oppress the one who came to advise them as well as the variable. Allah tied the punishment with the little that they did. In the previous verse, Allah said, warmer and Zen Allah homie min bad II mean June the minister manual Makana Manzini Listen to this. Allah says one man or woman Angela we did not send down

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to his nation after him. Any warriors from the sky. How many times Allah mentioned the believer.

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We did not send down to his nation after him. worries from the sky twice elementary

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In him twice in the verse

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to tie the punishment to the goal they did to the believer. Yeah.

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This is like the Hadith I could see where the person said that Allah said, Whoever annoys the servant of mine, then I declare a warning.

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Wherever the noise is out of mind, I declare warning.

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This is manifestation of that.

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And now mula Himalaya, Jerome.

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Now one of the lessons we can learn from this is what about us?

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When we hear about the relics of Paris nations like for our own, apparently as bodies inside the pyramids of Giza, and other places around the world, we know that these are relics of perish nations, Allah destroyed them watching the attitude be towards can we visit them? Can we go to their place? Like for example, some goes to Egypt and says, I want to go to the pyramids take a selfie so on and so forth. Is that permissible? would you think?

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would you think?

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Yes,

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Masha? Allah, such a simple answer, but this is the truth, Allah, if Allah spoke to them in this way, are you then going to make effort to go and visit those people and the places and celebrate the existence? Like does it make sense you claim to love a lot? And then you're doing this to those that are despised? Does it make sense? There is a narration is part of the process. saddam, he played, he passed by a place called pages. Yeah, which is a place between Mina and Miss Delica, LA, Mina and py.

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And that is supposed to have the relics of the mood, people of the mood, as he passed by themselves as companions, they saw some of the, the remains of the houses.

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And they were curious, they went around to, to, to explore what was going on. And the person told them do not enter their homes, do not enter their homes, for what happened to them could happen to you.

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And then he covered his head and he quickly passed by the area.

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In one eration Sahih Bukhari the person said, Don't enter their homes in Turku back in except if you are crying. What does that mean? except you're crying? It means that you can visit them if you're going there for the right reasons. If you're going there to take a lesson. Oh my god is this. Look what happened to him? This is what his arrogance that may Allah protect me from airman's children. Look at this. This is what will happen to people who aren't like Coronavirus inlanta gooloo Berkey. This is this is the exception to the rule. Yeah. So this is this is a lesson we can learn from this as well. Another lesson we can learn from this ayah is that if Allah is telling us lm euro, don't

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they see what happened in history? It is teaching the Muslims they should have an interest in history. Yeah, they should have an interest in history. For example, even even on an academic level, there is value in studying history, especially if you're doing it for the right reasons. Here knowledge of history can become can become almost like a proof to use in your worship of Allah and proving the truthfulness of Islamic law. Yeah, there is benefit in studying history.

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Type.

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The last verse in Section two, we're in kulula, magia. Meola, Dana McDonald, each and every one of them will be summoned to our presence. How did the last verse end? And la in larger those perish nations will not be returning to the Quraysh? Yeah.

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Those perish nations will be not be returned to the parish, there's something implied in that what is implied

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they will not be returning to the Quraysh

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was the opposite implication of who will they be returning to,

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to Allah, this verse is almost like an explanation of what was implied.

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And now if you look at the construct of the last part of the verse, though, and he lay him lay out

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the simple way of saying this would be they will not return to them.

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Instead, Allah said, they to them will not be returning to see the difference is almost highlighting the implication. They're not going to return to you polish they're going to return to in kulula message me or Elena Maduro, they're going to return to a loss of powder. This verse is teaching us

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Not only that those perish nations are going to go back to Allah. But every one of us the courage, the perish, nations, and all of humanity collectively will be returning to Alaska, Canada. And on top of that, they will be brought together. Which is amazing because you've been shown assignment history that you're told, take a lesson from them. And by the way, you will also see them on your mock exam. Yeah, you will be brought together with them. The meaning of this verse is everyone we brought before Allah for accountability, however, this meaning is amplified by the use of three words number one, in

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everyone, everyone, Jimmy, the word Jimmy means much more to bring together things which are scattered, but different. The separate people lived in different times, people buried in different places, some people's remains lost, no one knows where they are. Allah said they will be all brought together, all of them and they will be led Dana, they will be there with us. Now, if you said the word endora it means with us. If you said the word Latina, it also means with us the difference between an Donna and Latina is that they that means with us here. Now.

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If I said to someone, do you have? Do you have any money? They say, Yeah, I have some money.

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I said, Okay, give me on the past. I don't have it with me right now.

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That's the word end. What do you say, let Dana, we have money, it means you have it. Now with you. Possessing Allah says that they will not just be brought together all they will be all brought together with me present. They will be they will be before And last of all us. And then there will be more about what it means to be made to present your case. Someone summons you to court, you have to answer for what you did. You are a martial law, a person who's being made to present his case. So the verse is not just telling us that everyone will come together or before Allah, it is highlighting the purpose of the gathering, the purpose of the gathering is to is to be taken to

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account. So imagine the day you are taken to account.

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Imagine a lot is there and you have to answer for everything we did in July.

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And even the thought of days

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is something you maybe can't imagine everything you did, everything you did. It's possible that you will be asked about

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metal law make that easy for all of us.

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This now brings us to the end of passage number two. passage number three is a change in theme. The changing theme is about the world around us. The Koran is like this panel, it takes you on a journey. If you listen to look around with your heart and your mind, you will find yourself being taken on a journey to different places to different times. Being exposed to different things. Ally It is, it is a it is a great like panel going on a holiday. Yeah, why it's like going on a holiday the person is listening to the Koran and he's moving wherever the Quran takes him. He's going yeah, now the Quran will showcase some of these signs of Allah that are manifest inside nature itself. Who

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saw the BBC Planet Earth came this week? You see,

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this is the first one you saw. The lion was amazing. You know, the first few 30 seconds. My daughter was the the four year old. She saw the trailer, the shoulder, the nicest parts of the documentary. And after she saw everything she's like, Can we go there? Like this is Earth and this is what we are.

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Is it when I when you look at the nature and you reflect over it and you spend time you become amazed, you become absolutely amazed.

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This section will relate to us 10 different signs 10 different signs of nature. However,

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one seems to be an odd one out

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here. If anyone can guess which one is the odd one out and explain to me why they win a prize. You can select one of the perfumes.

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Granted one is maybe more expensive than the others. But nonetheless you can choose and show

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the signs are as follows first sign is to deal with a barren land. A lot brings it back to life and

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it produces food. This is the first

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The barren land being brought back to life The second is

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fruits, fruits, dates, grapes, and other fruits that emerged from the ground that is the second of the science

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then the third is

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the sun the sun that it moves every day without fail rising to the setting in the West

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then it is the moon

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that it comes in phases the waxing of the moon

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then comes

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the night and the day

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the night and the day from one perspective the night is spoken about which is a separate sign how the night manifests itself and then the next one is the night and the day as they appear in succession in harmony

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and then another one is how the sun and the moon operate separately but have a function which is connected they are separate entities but they have they have a function that is connected and related to one another.

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How many is that?

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Seven Yeah. Then you have

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the ship the ark of Noah.

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Then every other transportation you can imagine

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how many is that now?

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And one is missing one the one I'm missing is

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absent Yes. The diversity in our last creation

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the variance and diversity illustration

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which one is the one called winner

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one person only

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only one person

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when I thought about all this is to give away

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to people know some

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Okay.

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Is it the Is it the fact that diversity allows creation because there's a pairs for everything else

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in between and with the rest

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Okay, so night and day is like peers some of the moon pale fruits.

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Okay, now it's more obvious one.

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Yes.

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What

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is the one thing that is the most specific one? I mean, it's the

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end of the show.

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You're close but it's not close enough.

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This

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is

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okay, it's very close.

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What do you mean you can't see with your eyes?

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Yes, this is the answer. One of them seems to be a historical sign whereas all the others are present physical Well besides, can you see this? Yeah. have you shown Would you like

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some of them? You cannot tell by looking at the bottle.

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Everyone Mashallah.

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Yes, it seems like the well law says Why are too long and Harman re at the home field full mesh home and assigned for them is that we carry this seat in the laid off, which is the ship of no help. So it seemed as though this is a historical sign though all of the others are worldly present day signs. However, what we can say is, in fact, the ayah regarding the ship of nationalism, even though it does refer to the ship of national Islam, it's the I think it's the

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the blessing of having a vehicle that can transport you on see the first of which was that of no homelessness.

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inspired to him directly by a Lost Planet. Yeah, so the ship of No, in fact represents all forms of transportation that we can use on water. Therefore, it isn't a historical site. It is another physical world design philosopher knows best. Yeah.

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Okay.

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Now

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I just want to share something with you, we're going to be speaking about the signs of a lot signs of nature signs of the world around us. It's very easy for us to gloss over them. Yeah. And in fact, what you find is unfortunate, this is a this is something a lot of people do when they explain the signs of a law, meaning the signs in nature, they don't really give them due attention. Yeah, and it is almost like yes, you can see them here and move on to the next part here. However, the approach is these to be understood how can we appreciate the signs of a lion nature? Here's four ways you can appreciate them The first way is no, that every physical sign is pointing towards a spiritual proof

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every physical sign is pointing towards a spiritual truth. What does that mean? Anyone Tim what that means?

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We think it means

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older brother needs to step into

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this

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Okay, good, every physical object or sign it is pointing towards something to do with Allah.

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Yeah, good.

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This is what it means is that there are many spiritual

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concepts, beliefs that we have.

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those beliefs, in fact, can be seen through physical science, though they have a spiritual religious nature, almost theoretical, they can be linked to tangible things. Yeah. Now what is the proof of this, the proof of this? First of all, it is evident from the person reasonable on but there's an explicit proof of this in the Quran as well. In surah, Al facilite, verse number 39, Allah says, What mean it unlike a total of the harsh Yata, either ends, ie her and Ma, he does at one moment, and from his science, see from his science and the Katara is that you You see, the land which has become flat and barren. Third, either, and then behold, when we sat down upon it, water, it tremors

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what quivers? What about and it becomes it starts to expand. Yeah, you know, where the sand when the soap when the soil, water comes in, it begins to rise up and then emerges from it the green shoot in the Lady ashlea. Indeed, the one who brought it to life. l'amour Hill Mota, is the same man who can bring life to the debt

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disease

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in the hawala coalition, and he is the one who is in complete control of everything. What is the verse telling us, it's telling us look outside? What do you see every year? This when winter comes, the leaves fall off all the fruits and vegetables that the frost comes in, that's it. Then after some time, the seasons change, and there's green shoots again, then this fruit that is vegetation over and over again, Allah says, Do you see that? that's being done by the one who brings the dead bodies back to life on your myopia? That is a spiritual truth. Belief in the afterlife? Yeah, it's being tied to a physical sign, which is the changing of the season and barren land giving life

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again, does that make sense?

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The second principle is imagine UI experience experiencing the sign for the first time.

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For example, a lot of other assays was shown so Tajiri Mr. cadila. Then you can taco de Luna Azizullah honey and the sun. It runs its course to a fixed place. That is the determination of the Almighty. The old knowing you're being told about the Sunday rises from the east and it sets in the west. You see this every day. What's the big deal here?

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Okay, imagine

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You never saw the sun before. Imagine you are blind person.

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And then one day, your sight was given back to you. And then someone took you to the beach. And there's a clear sky. And he said, Wait, wait, and then you begin to see the sun rise in the horizon? How would you feel when you see that? You would be in all of what you're saying, isn't it?

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Try to imagine you are that person when it comes to the sign Ally's talking about if you do, you will find an appreciation, then you will find an appreciation.

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Now, the third one is an interesting one.

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Imagine the disappearance of that sign. How does it impact on human life? Yeah. Imagine the disappearance of that sign. How would it impact on human life?

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You know, I was researching a lot philosophies in a sort of the asking what well, camara Dharma, but there are now managing and the moon we determined its phases. So am I saying the mood is assigned for you? So I said to myself, imagine what would earth be like if there was no moon?

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Start to search. If there was no moon, how to impact the

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fabulous, amazing things will love. No moon doesn't just mean no tides, which means that certain animals no longer survive and become extinct. But the day would be longer and continue continually become longer and longer because of the friction that the moon causes on the rotation of the earth.

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Therefore 24 hours would no longer be 24 hours to becoming two years, they would be coming two years. Yeah.

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Another thing they said the moon and his gravitational pull on the earth.

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It keeps it in the orbit around the sun.

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Imagine no moon and Earth could lose track of its orbit around the sun and either cave into the sun or move out away and become a frozen planet.

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Yeah, so one of the ways I appreciate the signs of allies to imagine what would life be without the sun.

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In fact, Allah subhanaw taala he draws our attention to this point in the Quran. As if to say imagine what would happen if it sort of passes hula is a beautiful verse. Law says all our item in jar Allahu Ali chromolaena samadhan ala Yeoman. Priya muddiman. ILA on why your law here? It could be Leah.

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Yeah. Allah says,

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tell them Do they not see that if the night was made permanent? Until your mo pa Ma. Is there a deity out there who could bring you light? soprano

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some countries far north like Greenland, Norway. They experience no light for six months. Yeah, and daylight for six months, no night.

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Now, one of the amazing things they found is in a study by BMC psychiatry in Greenland, the rate of suicide increases in the month of July. And they believe that is tied to the phenomenon of persistent daylight which causes insomnia which makes people anxious and fix up from anxiety leading to suicide rates increasing

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as

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this is setting us. Look, imagine if I didn't do this for you. How would your life be? How would you be impacted?

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Last one, just know that nothing is a coincidence. Absolutely nothing in nature is a coincidence every single thing has been

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determined to be like that by Allah.

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It is not a coincidence. It is not Mother Nature. It is not the laws of the cosmos coming together to somehow bring about this phenomenon.

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It is a law who made it like this.

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The proof of this is in the Quran as well.

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hula says

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was Sham surgery Mr. Padilla then

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there Lika Taka de la zz nanny. Allah says and the son who runs its course every day, he is twist.

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Is that Mother Nature? Is it science that plays in the laws of physics.

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Know that you can topple the run as is and that is the determination even the word data means to precisely determine something who did it

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The Almighty, the old knowing

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what is amazing about that is the sun is a huge entity to be able to determine its course requires power analysis, to be able to determine a precise goals. A precise course requires knowledge that you cater for the disease in it. Yeah, these four principles, every physical sign is pointing towards a spiritual proof. Imagine you're experiencing for the first time Imagine if the effects of it disappeared and nothing is a coincidence can help a person appreciate the science much more than they would without it and unless father knows best. This verse shall not be the last verse which day? Allah sponza says Why are two lovable abdulfatah to actually know how Astra gentlemen have

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done? I mean who we are kulu the first of the 10 signs is what is to do with the barren Earth? Why the barren Earth first?

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Why I mentioned this one first that this barren Earth, a lot brings it back to life and then grain comes out, and you eat that grain.

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Why mentioned this one first one of the moons first one of the sun, one of the art come first? Yes. What we need to survive.

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Okay, so your basic so your basic needs, but surely the assumption before then

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the sun brings us the light without the light, we have no class.

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So just lucky that

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perhaps

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most of our time and activities that we do.

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Okay.

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Yeah, if you said because food is something which is on the minds of people all the time,

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possibly

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to do with resurrection, absent Yes. Why? Why resurrection? Why is it the first one to do the resurrection?

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resurrection, so it's showing how

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to burn

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you like

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that, though? That is true. The four h they absolutely denied the existence of the possibility of resurrection. The question is why is this the first of the science?

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Yeah.

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Very good. Very good martial law you get

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this one shot was good.

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Yes, the previous verse was worrying couldn't learn man as a Jimmy or Latina Madonna and all of them will be brought back to me for what to be made to present the case that is to do with the resurrection. Therefore, the next verse is also about resurrection, through the physical sign of the barren Earth coming back to life,

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to the home, and so an IRA for them, who is them the reverse operation, but any person who doubts the ability of Allah to resurrect the dead bodies back to life, and even the Muslims, it is for them assign as well. Though they do believe in the resurrection, how much do they believe in it? How strong are they conviction in the belief of the resurrection? Even Ibrahim alayhis, salaam, Panama, he wanted to increase his conviction in the resurrection. Do you not? Follow him? Ibrahim from areni Keifa Toshi Mota and remember Ibrahim said to a lot a lot. Show me how do you give life to the dead? Imagine Ibrahim al Islam, man.

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Imagine the amount of evil on him.

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And he's saying to Allah, shall we please How do you give light to the dead? Why? Because he wants to increase his convictions. Yeah, also shows us that suppiler when a person has a stronger human he he becomes a happier person. Yeah, he's happiness in his life is tied to is the man What is a man increases so too does his happiness.

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Why alone an outdoor meter so assigned for everyone therefore, every one of us is the barren land when you see the barren land. What happens to ash Dana, and I never said it comes back to life. Allah said we, we bring it back to life. Allah is attributing the emergence of growth from the ground to him.

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As opposed to what, as opposed to Mother Nature as opposed to

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the rain as opposed to anything else I attribute it to himself. Well I mean her and we bring out from it have have refers to grain grain of many types wheat, barley, maize, rice,

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oats, oats,

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oats.

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So, all of these things are said we bring it out from the ground.

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And those things Fermin huya from it meaning the help the grain do they eat?

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Who is they refers to the porridge primarily but then to everyone else.

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Allah never said they eat from it. Allah said from it, they eat. Yeah. This is

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a more strange way of saying it. If I said to you, what do you have for lunch? You say I had pizza. I said, What do you have for lunch? You say pizza?

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He's, what do you drink? Water? I drink? exactly what's going on man was in the water. Yeah. This is the way in Arabic. It doesn't sound strange. It sounds like you're making a point. What is the point that's being made from it? They eat?

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What do you think is the point here?

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Any business that people eat bread.

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But the is saying, we brought the earth back to life? We made green come out from it. And that grain they eat it?

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What do you think?

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This one is difficult?

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Yes.

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Yes.

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We are very good. It's to attribute your food and the blessing of your food back to Allah. Very good. Yeah. Don't think of your food as your food. Think of as a blessing from Allah. Yeah, how many people eat and they think that good? Is something else is Oh, you want to mention something else?

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Do you want to make something? No.

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The other possible implication is look at the irony here. You people who I'm addressing deny resurrection. Yet the sign of resurrection is in the very food that you eat.

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Though you don't realize it. Fermin. huya, Kuru Chu are denying resurrection. The proof of resurrection is that the barren Earth comes back to life. And what it gives you food grain you eat it as if you you eat and the proof of resurrections.

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Yeah, what's going on?

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You're not see this.

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This really does change our perception towards even the most mundane things such as grain coming out to the ground. The grain now you see it coming out of the ground, you think you're not piano? Laughter? Yeah, this is the way the Koran what it does, it brings together seemingly distant things, such that you see everything from the lens of the religion. This is what it does. This is why a person who studies the Koran becomes a religious person. Because he doesn't look at anything except he sees a lot and his religion through it.

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That is why it becomes an AI because it's pointing the person towards the Creator, last founder.

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One of the lessons we learned from this ayah is that person should use rational proofs in order to explain spiritual concepts.

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This is the rational proof is or not.

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Someone said I'll be playing resurrection. He said, Okay. We'll explain this to me. Why don't you believe in resurrection? Well, I don't believe it's possible that a dead person can come back to life. Okay. Look outside.

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There is nothing wrong here.

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Come back in two months time, and it could be completely green.

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Isn't that the case of dead come back to life?

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Isn't it? I think dies again. And then it comes back and it dies.

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So then why do you think it's impossible for Denman that people come back to life? Is that a rational proof? Not only is irrational proof, but it is intuitive as well. There's a difference. Someone can present a rational proof that makes sense to a teacher or an academic but not to a student or to a Bedouin.

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If the rational proof is intuitive, it means it makes sense to anyone. This is the beauty of Quranic arguments that they are intuitive. They make sense to anyone.

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Anyone the educated, the non educated the person who lives in the desert the person who lives in the city? Yeah.

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Another lesson It teaches us is a lance powernode. Allah is taking care of us. A law. a token of Allah's mercy is a very gray that comes out to the ground for men who yet Couldn't you eat that

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you eat these things that I provided for you, I made this for you.

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I gave this to you. I'm looking after you.

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So this is it illustrates the mercy. And the Rubio was

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the

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last point. The next verse we'll talk about other things that we eat of them are dates and grapes.

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Why did this one come first? Why green comm then dates then grapes, someone's gonna set because this is the food that you need to survive. As for grapes and dates, they are luxury items. Yeah, so why is almost completing the picture of the diet that I provided you the basic necessities,

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and then you have other things which you can enjoy as well? Yeah.

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This brings us to the end of the tunnel. So there was a loss in the model from Eduardo Zach was mean because I've done nothing about it.