Asim Khan – Study of Surah Yasin – Episode 11

Asim Khan
AI: Summary © The transcript describes a series of signs and symbols on Earth that represent various thoughts and feelings, including the use of "will" and "will" to indicate a person has made something for the other person. The transcript also touches on the social dynamics of the culture of the United States, including the use of "Granny Kition" and "Granny Kition" in relation to relationships and family members. The transcript also discusses the benefits of describing animals in a unique way, including removing and removing layers of skin, and the impact of the sun's journey on human life. The transcript also touches on the "monster" and its impact on people's perception of the sun's journey.
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Bismillah Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala MB mursaleen Nabina Muhammad in while earlier Sofia's Marina Mabry, salaam aleikum, WA command line or Godot, there's button sisters, pray that you're well and Charlotte just continue with the study of sort of DRC we have reached verse number 34 and 35. We'll be continuing this up until verse number 39. inshallah today, we are exactly sort of just in way in a section, which is section number three. section number three is about the signs in the world around us the signs in nature. The previous verse spoke about one time, why too long will Abdul mated the sign a sign for them the Quraysh and all those who reject

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the idea of resurrection is the earth itself when it's barren, that allow brings it back to life and brings forth from it green have Firmin who yet Kowloon to grain, rice, maize, wheat, which they eat from, that will result in an in and of itself is a sign for people to reflect over. Because this is a dead Earth and it comes back to life. After going back to life, it dies once again just like you will die and your bodies will will disintegrate into the soil.

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Why do you doubt that you can be brought back to life when you can see it in front of your eyes? This is the first of the science. Then Allah says what jalna 390 min nahi Luana being offered Jelena he had been in our universe number 34 continuing on the picture, as if the first verse is setting the scene imagine a dry barren Earth and then rain comes down and green shoots begin to appear green the green itself you can use but if you let that all grow what happens well Gianna Fie her Janet, it turns into gardens, Janet, and those gardens a lot highlighted one particular tree then I feel that I feel seal is the date palm trees, the date palm trees, they are trees which were not just known to

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the Arabs, but they trees that are found in many exotic countries around the world. And one of the interesting things about the day palm tree is that it is said that every single part of the tree can be used for something beneficial, not just the data produces the trunk can be used for timber, the leaves can be used to make roofing or for makeup for fuel and so on and so forth. Even they said the the sap that comes from this can be used to make a particular type of food as well. And then you have the dates here the dates that come forth from the date parties that I say so, there is I have made we have made these Janet's mainehealth of date palm trees, what are an herb and grapes. The

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feature now after the pitcher grapevine trees Yeah, some of the scholars said if you see the sequence of signs here Alize beginning from foods that are the most needed the grain then a lot turns to that which is more of a luxury type of item which is the date palm trees which produce dates and then even more luxurious are the grapes for the Arabs the greatest luxury item is not something that they could eat every day to something which was a rarity something which was expensive something which they have to get from place called bife. Yeah, whether what the temperature was just right to grow great pine trees and even grapevine trees, the grapevine sorry,

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they are difficult for a person for a farmer to grow. takes a lot of care a lot of time, a lot of attention. Only then do you find that the grapes are there to harvest. Well, I know be well fed Jovanovski ham in an heirloom and then Allah says to top it all off. We created Are you which are springs and waterfalls that come out from the earth itself? Yeah, the water that comes in the form of springs and waterfalls is there to supply all of those things with its water. As if I was completing the picture and seeing all these things grow, and I take care of the growth by way of these prints. All of these allies saying we're fragile now we did this. If you read

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universe Allah mentions himself twice what jalna we made these date palm trees and for jharna we cause to gush out the are you in the springs in the waterfall? Why did Allah do all of this? Why did the laws of how to create all of these this life on this earth? Why'd Allah create the different types of trees, the different types of plants, the different types of vegetation as well as the springs that we see around us? Why? Allah explains the main reason Leah coolroom. In summary, in order that human beings could eat from his fruit, or from its fruit, this is the main reason

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as if Am I saying that I created this whole earth and the things on it for you or human beings, you know, when you go to someone's house, and you're invited as a guest, and they make nice things for you. Nice items of food, and they make your stay very nice, they are hospitable to you, they make you laugh, they entertain you.

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They're doing so many things for you. How do you feel towards that person? If you're like, you know, are they making me feel special, they're doing things for me, they're going out of the way to allow me to enjoy myself. I should feel very grateful to them. I should feel like I should. I should reciprocate I should do something for this person. A lie saying this whole earth.

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If you think about it, almost like a hotel that I made for you. Look around you. Even the grains that come out and then the trees and the day palm trees and the grapes and the waterfalls, all of this is not just nature. It is what I created for you. Yeah, all of this is all in order for you. Even Allah mentioned this in sort of the bunker as well. Who will or the * of Allah Kuma fill out the Jimmy He is the one who created all of this for you. Wherever is on the earth. For you For him bigs. Yeah.

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That is why the ions fly ash crew, will they not be grateful? Will they not be grateful? All of this is a sign of Allah's mercy and care towards human beings. The question remains is will you recognize this and be grateful? Yeah, will you recognize and be grateful? some technical things about this verse, Allah says Leah kulu mean summary he saw they may eat from seminary he eats fruit. What does it go back to a lot to be said it goes back to the are you in the springs that essentially the springs provide the water to the plants which provide the fruits. A second opinion is Leah coolum in summary is the fruit of a lot. All of these items of food that you have available, they are

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essentially a last there is the one who provided them for you. Leah kulu means every one Amina to add the words one Amina to add and can be translated as and they didn't make that with their own hands. Human beings they didn't create waterfalls and springs human beings didn't create the date palm trees human beings didn't make the green come out from the earth we did this had their hands and nothing to do with that. The second interpretation is warmer Amina to add him means as well as what they can make with their own hands. Here, it's almost like the opposite meaning that one is the hands didn't make it. The second meaning is and what they make with their own hands as well. What

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does that mean? It means that Allah created raw materials and resources and then he placed in the human mind the capability to utilize them and manufacture other things. lapboard to be safe Allah allowed human beings to to use the honey from the honeycomb, produced by the bees, Allah made the human beings inspired them to use food items to make their own cuisines. Yeah, people can take these raw materials, these raw fruits and vegetables and they can create so many different items of food. Yeah, we don't we don't want to go into those items, because some people may start feeling hungry. But you can just imagine and the thing is, the amazing thing about food is that it's not just

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something we eat. Food is something which brings people together. It has a social dynamic to it. It brings people together people come together to eat.

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cultures are shaped around food. If you think of Italians, for example, what do you think of

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these as the eating of food? Yeah, even for the English people when they think of Indians think of the curry right.

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Now, so cuisine, I mean cuisine, culture is shaped around food. So the food that Allah created for us, impacts on our lives in so many ways. It is not just something for the stomach. It is something that has so many benefits. Leah pulumi 31 Amina to a de Sala, placed in the

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Keep in mind the ability to use these things to make so many other things even quickly mentioned medicine.

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How many medicines? their origins lie in, in plants? Yeah, for example, salicylic acid, which is aspirin, you have a plant origin as a plant origin, many, many, many medicines. They call it pharma pharmacognosy. What we studied in university one of the most boring modules out of the whole, the whole four years, but herbal medicines, you know, it's known as the fact that some famous well known medicines, their origins lie in line plants. Yeah. land plants, like St. John's wort Anyone else? St. John's water's useful?

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No, this is used for anxiety and depression. St. John's wort is blocked. Right? kinesia. Anyone know Canadians know? kinesia is used to boost your immune system and you feel the under the weather cold flu symptoms take akinesia is very good. Yeah, I use it myself. So all of these things is from what is from what a lot wrote out from the earth. Yeah. So how do we use it? We use our hands and we manufactured these things to Mr. Miller to add him ally saying and added to all of this is the fact that you can use your hands to create so many things from it as your schoolroom Will they not be grateful? Now, what is very interesting here, and is a question I would pose to you is, Allah began

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by saying this is a sign for them, who is them?

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When this surah was revealed, who was then referring to?

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The Quraysh? Yeah. Now Allah is saying, will they not be grateful? Which means the Quraysh will then not be grateful, however, is the problem with the chorus, that they're not grateful or that they worship others besides Allah. What's the real problem here? Is it the sherco? Is it the lack of sugar

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was issue?

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Was the major issue issue, isn't it?

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The fact is that they do shake with a lot. That's the worst of the worst things anyone can do. Right? And they deny the resurrection, which incidentally, this verse is trying to prove. So instead of saying after telling you all the signs, will you not believe

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me? No, Allah says if Allah Yesh, Guru,

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Paladin say if Allah you know, Allah says affiliation, will they not be grateful? Why why why is that the case? Why does Allah say what will they not be grateful? Instead of saying Will they not believe?

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Is the idea to make them grateful? Or is it to make them believe? What is the motivation

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to the creators?

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Okay, so being grateful to Allah

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Okay, so being grateful to allow will necessarily mean leaving idols.

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Okay, I think

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you're there, but

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I think we can go on better.

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What do you think my brothers, why

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not be grateful? Instead of saying, will they not believe? Yes.

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I said, Because sugar leads to a bar to *.

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Because what they

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they didn't provide a very good once a person recognizes that the source of goodness in their life comes from law. A then necessity is that they should say thank you to Allah. How does it slay you say thank you to the master? He says it by way of a burden. Because that is what allows for him. Yeah. What in your comes to, for example, relation between the parents and the children. When the Father, for example, takes his children out for the day and takes them to nice places that eat nice food and they come home? They want to they want to say thank you to dad right? Now they can say thank you the words or they could do a gesture of gratefulness. So what would you What would you

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guys do you want to say thank you to dad. What would you do if you know you did it? And you'd be like, Oh, yeah, that's nice.

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By the way, there's people as well. So

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this what you don't do? But you can think you can do something as well to show that you're Thank you. What can you do?

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If we give him a hug?

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He might think he wants our money.

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Why are you being so nice to me?

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There we go Mashallah a cup of tea, sit down and massage your feet, something like that right? a gesture that is between human beings when it comes to the slave and a law, then the gesture of Thank you is a law brings a lot from reading your Quran. Remember you have my tongue, living in obedience to you. This is how we show sugar to Allah, therefore sugar to Allah, it manifests itself by way of a bad yeah, that is the link here. You see by tiny the idea of gratefulness to worship. It shows the element of the heart behind the worship. For many of us, worship is a dry ritual. We stand for prayer, we may know all the components we may do it precisely. But is our heart presidents are we

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feeling like you know what alarm so great for everything you've done to me, let me show you by praying to you. Yeah, this is the magnificence of the Quran teaches us about how to worship Allah through the dynamics of the heart as well as the lips flh karoon What do you not be grateful to me? By worshipping me this is a good time to be a this is a good time we have our children we want to encourage our children to pray.

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You know when I tell my daughters to pray when is six now so seven and you have to tell them construction?

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See six we say Okay, it's time Let's pray together. No, I don't want to pray. Okay, fair enough. But look,

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you know, we had so much today. Enjoy yourself, didn't you? Yes, I did. You know all these nice things that you have in your life. Where did they come from? They come from you. I said Who? Put me in your life. Jesus, Oh Allah. I said Allah for everything good in your life. Now when you got so many good things from Allah, don't you think you should say thank you to Allah? How would you feel if you shared your toy with your sister as she took it? And she never said thank you. How would you feel?

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She said I'll be around. After exactly you would like it. Would you

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say how do you think a lot see is the one who he gives everything to and the person doesn't even say thank you.

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Would you like it? No, Baba, he wouldn't like it. Exactly. So we should pray to Allah to say thank you to all Yeah, this is any one of the ways. One of the ways to encourage our children is to show them that our prayer to ally as a token of our gratitude to him subhanho wa Taala flh Quran

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so how the lady helical as well as akula hammy mentum, between abdomen unfussy mommy Malaya and the moon. Then Allah says Glory be to Him. So Pam,

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so how wide Allah say sukanya Glory be to the one who created everything in kinds.

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There's two interpretations. The first is because, you know, do the Quraysh listen and react with worship and sugar? No, they don't they continue to worship idols. They continue to do work with a lot. So Han, like you say so canon law is one meaning of it is tragic shock. To be amazed, what is the matter with these people? So karna lyonie. After all of this, Allah tells you all of these things in detail, and the way he's taking care of us, and you still refuse to be grateful and you instead worship idols souhan allele, yeah, it is expressing to add shock and amazement. The second interpretation is it is expressing that what these people do their bad behavior towards Allah they

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ingratitude. It does not detract from a line any way shape or form. Allah is flawless and perfect, inspired to what some of his creatures are doing right now worshiping others besides it. Yeah, this is what they call Tansy to declare that Allah is perfect, free of any faults. This is the meaning of Subhan Allah Subhana Allah translations Glory be to a lot of what it actually means that Allah you are perfect. I am declaring that you are perfect. You are flawless. Yeah. So the people they don't worship others, they worship others besides Allah, they are ungrateful to Allah Subhana Allah de la that doesn't detract from you in any way shape or form. You know, this is

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the duo of unison is

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what does he say when he's inside the belly of that big fish?

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That Delilah and the soup hammock in the continent of virally mean? This door is amazing. Imagine and you are staring death in the face. Like unison is almost facing

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Staring death in the face. And what you need to do is to move from that place your salvation lies in being removed from that situation. Now naturally, what you would ask a lot to do is are alive please remove me from the situation.

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UNICEF salami doesn't say that. He says La ilaha illa Anta subhanak in the continental bonamy. He doesn't even mention what he needs from Allah.

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Instead, he chooses number one to praise Allah.

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Allah I know what you like to hear the most. Is the ELI a lot. I know that's what pleases you the most. So I will say that which pleases you the most in my dire need of Allah, listen to me, I'm going to say that which you love La La Land, there is no deity are they worthy of worship except you?

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Then he says.

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So how

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would you translate to Glory be to You? How do we understand that statement in the middle? Glory, beauty, where we understand it is about what we learned now. So how do you are flawless meaning my error in leaving my people has nothing to do with you. It has everything to do with me. It was my fault Allah, I am sorry, I am to blame not to so harnack you have nothing to do with my mistake. He is declaring his dependency before a lot his knee before a lot. And to move for Cora will allow you are beggars before Allah, or long honey you Hamid Allah is lies the one who deserves praise and the one who needs no one or nothing.

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And the third thing he says, is a lot in nicodemo vitamin iron from those who who did wrong. Yeah, he admits and holds up his hand that Allah does something wrong. And that is all it took for a lot to save. That's all. That's the amazing thing. These are the ways of the prophets. They know any their knowledge of alarm necessitates that the way they speak to Allah is in the best possible way. That is how they become an example for us. We learn that you know what if Yunus said this, and he was saved, and that is what we should say, in order to be saved as well, in the continental by the mean, by the way with the purpose instead of also told us that one of the area one of the

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application to say for a person who is experiencing anxiety and sadness, depression, you could add to that as well. Is that the art of unison Islam, the panic in the continent apply to me. Yeah, it is one of the other person to say, when they are feeling anxious, and they, they want a lot to relieve them of the anxiety.

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So am I saying Suhana lady, instead of saying suparna law, glory be to allow your floor has nothing to do with what the what the shake that they do? Or Allah Subhana lyonie How is it amazing that these people, they refuse to listen to the signs? Instead of Allah says, Allah The Chanukah, as well as akula. The one who created everything as watch.

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What does that mean? He created everything as watch when you hear the word as watch, what do you normally think it means?

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spouse, right? Or

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obis. Yeah, but actually the word as watch here, it doesn't mean peers. The word as word here means kinds. It means varieties, fallible as well as akula. ly saying he is the one who created everything in as much meaning and work different kinds of public Rahim Allah said, Allah created everything in different colors. I a diversity is there in the creation of a loss of power. anyone's been watching the planet Earth documentary.

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It is just mind blowing, Panama. And either way, the amount of creatures they offers to, and how each and every one of them is so is so unique. It's so unique. And Kenny is so amazing how you need the sophistication behind each and every one of these creatures. One of the subtleties of the word as much is not that it just means different kinds of varieties, but also that it means that the kinds are contrasting. They have a complimentary nature towards another kind, as if Allah is saying all of my creation, not only is it different and diverse, but they all complement and are linked to one another in some way, shape or form.

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And when we learned about this in science that they are ecosystems

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Hear loads of systems that are laid upon one another, such that if you interfere with one, it will impact on another. This is taking you back to school days. Yeah, like for example, deforestation. cutting down trees in the rain forests doesn't just mean loads of trees will go missing it means that the impact will happen on so many other levels for example, there will be other trees and plants affected by the loss of those trees. On top of that, habitats will be lost to many animals, which may be they become extinct also the soil will become weak and will therefore not absorb water as efficiently as it used to therefore it could lead to flooding. Yeah, so paronella the helical as

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well as a cooler ally saying I created everything in a variety as well as a way that complements one another. So if you mess with one part, you will see the impact on another part. This is showing us here nice Pamela, the level of sophistication and allows creation. Yeah.

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So how long will the follicle as well as akula and then Allah explains that this is why it can be seen in three different scenarios. The first scenario is mimic to beaten up

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that which comes out from the earth. Plants are of different varieties.

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Apparently there is around to date

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100,000 different species of plants. Today date. Yeah, there's 100,000 different species of plants that are known to two human beings at this point in time. And all of them are different, unique and diverse, colorful, as well as a cooler memento beetle up, then the second is woman unforeseen, and from human beings themselves. The most obvious different kinds of human beings is the male and the female. Yeah. And this is a good example to show how they complement one another. Because had Allah not created human beings as male and female human beings would have died out. Yeah. Whether or not being in the form of human called male or female, there'll be no procreation and therefore human

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being to become extinct. Yeah, this is another reason why Allah is flawless. Because he created the creation like this. Then the third is, the third is the most interesting. Woman malayala Moon, as well as diversity in that which they don't know about.

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It is almost showing us that there is a world that you see. But even amongst you and around you, there are things that you don't know about yet, things that are yet to be discovered.

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It is said that human beings have only explored 5% of the ocean 5% of the ocean is being explored so far. If that is the case with the rest of creation, it means that human beings what they don't know allows creation is more than what they know about last creation. Yeah, I say these are things that you can see and there's so many things you are yet to discover and want to share with you.

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As one does research into these things and seeing what new species have been discovered, I came across a report.

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Some scientists in this was back in 2013. They went to the Amazon rainforest and they went to search for new species. They found 441 new species of plants

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and animals. In a remote part of the Amazon rainforest.

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Researchers scoured the region between 2010 and 2013 and found 258 species of plants 84 new fish including a vegetarian Parana don't even know how that works. 22 reptiles 18 birds and one new mammal, a monkey that purrs like a cat when it's happy.

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Many of the species are believed to be endemic to the rain forests and found nowhere else.

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So Panama every day we discover more of a loss creation every day. Yeah, I saying all of these things put together. It is one way of appreciating the perfection of Allah soprano time. Yeah, me Matt tubitak. abdomen emphysema mimma they are alone.

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Now another sign Why are two lahoma later on Tesla home in hoonah horrify either moodily moon and another sign for them is the night now is a very interesting way along describes the night. Allah says that the night nestler home in hoonah that we do subs the word itself means to remove and strip off. Salahuddin Sheldon Schatz as a machete would say

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It means that the person who is stripped off the skin of the sheep, you know, when you do put the money back home, I didn't want to put money back home. Yeah, what did they do after the sacrifice? Then the guy comes to skin here the animal so that when I was

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14 years old, didn't hate me for one week because the

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way he's doing as far as peeling it off, and I was like, Oh, no, we actually eat that. And then it's amazing. Every part of it is skinned. This is self to remove and to peel back. One of the benefits of the word salad is that you remove something to reveal something else. Yeah, the skin removed it reveals the meat ally saying that the night

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What is Allah do to a nice level, he peels back the day. When he does fade down, move to the moon, behold, either Fuji em behold, they are all cast into darkness. What that means is

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the night Allah is describing it to be wrapped around with light. Here light is almost like a cloth wrapping up the night. Allah says he removes the cloth of light fading down, move remove, all of a sudden they are in darkness. Why didn't know describe it like this? Have you ever thought about the night and dateline is that the mind is wrapped up in a mantle of light. And then when that mantle is removed, that's when we get darkness.

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Why do you think Allah is describing in such a unique, almost strange way?

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what's the what's the benefit behind that?

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Was it

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okay, that's the benefit of nighttime. But what's the benefit of describing it? What was the benefit of describing its phenomenon this way?

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That's the question. As far as I know, this is the only place in the Quran Allah describes the nighttime in this way

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to contemplate, okay, well, how does it make you contemplate

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cannot get away with short answers.

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Automatically, somebody? Okay.

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I'm also

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merciful to us.

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He gives us a

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very good this is one of the benefits to focus the attention of the reader towards the duo behind the action. Human beings, they always think about these phenomena as no normal aspects of human life. You know, the night comes a date goes, there's no one doing that just happens. It's natural. Yeah. So this is one benefit to take the focus from the act to the one who is the actor, the one who actually performs this phenomenon. Another another benefit, perhaps, is, you know, like, sometimes

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something strange happens, right? And the newspapers they write about on the front page. And have you ever seen that they sometimes use strange words that are on the headlines? In other words that you look at like, what does that mean? Exactly? And then you have to read closely and then you work out what it means. You look at the picture and in the wording and you realize what it means. Have you ever come across that when reading other news bulletin on the on the news? They use some funny words, sometimes? Weird words? Here? It was a debacle. debacle?

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Yeah, so why why did they do that for one of the reasons they do that is in order to attract the attention of the viewer?

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Speaking in a way, which is slightly peculiar,

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it draws on people's curiosities. Yeah, this is perhaps one of the benefits of or describing the night like this. Well, I had to learn how to label nestler human who know how to either move to the moon, and then all of a sudden, not all of a sudden, that's an incorrect transition. That either is a Puja, which can mean all of a sudden or behold,

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stand back and look what's going to happen now. What happens moodily moon, they are in darkness. Here. Why did Allah say they? They are in darkness instead of saying darkness comes.

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When Allah removes the light, darkness comes, isn't it? Allah didn't say doctors Candela says you all

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fall into darkness.

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What do you think the benefit lies?

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No one

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this is talking about the other way around. This is saying that there's daytime and then the nighttime comes about when Allah removes that daytime

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for you, though I'm over the moon then they are cast into darkness is

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it's true many times the Quran darkness is is is linked to misguidance but not in this. In this case this is speaking about the actual physical phenomena. Last last person Yeah.

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close attention to

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Uh huh.

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Yep. Okay, so Allah is the one who, who made that happen, and it impacted on you. Yeah, very good. But it's, it's building on that idea is that when human beings experienced nighttime, it affects their lifestyle. It affects their behavior, it affects their life. Yeah. You know, one of the amazing things is that when you go further up north, we're talking about Radford, we're talking about, you know, Denmark, talking about, sorry, Norway, Greenland, Alaska, those kind of newbie to Alaska.

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Know, places where summertime is six months of pure sunlight. And six months after a pure darkness here. Now, imagine you've been having sunlight for six months, the day that you start to experience nighttime, you'll be waiting for that day. And when it comes, you will feel the impact of it. Yeah, by the way, they said it takes three days to transition from the pure daytime to daytime and nighttime, the first day, nighttime count for five minutes.

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The next day will count for something like 35 to 130 for 30 minutes to one hour. Thereafter, we'll come around three hours. Yeah, this is how it transitions in. Now one of the one of the interesting things is

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nighttime, how does it impact on on human beings and their life? Allah says in the Quran, that one of the main impacts he has his latest Goofy, in order that you can relax, unwind and rest in it. Now people who do night shifts, they know the meaning of this. Yeah, they know the meaning of this. People who work in the nighttime, they only can sleep in the daytime, they know what this means. Because sleep in the data is not like sleep in the nighttime. Even if you have the same hours or more hours. You do not feel like you slept.

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They said that ingredient they did a study. They did a study on suicide rates. They found that in the month of June, suicide rates peaked. And they said that perhaps this is linked to the incessant incessant daytime light, causing insomnia, resulting anxiety and depression ultimately leading to suicide. Yeah, this is a science Pamela, any further more than the more than you experienced doctors and that benefits you that benefits you what I do benefits you tremendously. Why don't you run it you reflect? What do you think about this look even around you, there are some extreme scenarios, which would help you appreciate the sun the night before, is a sign from a muscle Canada.

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Okay, last verse for today was Sham surgery Mr. Padilla and the Son. It runs its course to a fixed place, or a fixed time to interpretations the sun runs its course to either a fixed time or a fixed place and that sun and its cause, then you can double the lunar as easily. That is the determination of the Almighty, the old knowing. This is a beautiful verse. Allah says another sign is the sun, the sun Tajiri it runs, it moves its course and it moves to establish a place that it stops or a time that it stops.

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And that idea that phenomenon, that human being see every day of the sun rising from the east setting in the West, that is determined by a law.

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It is not happening haphazardly or it was an accident and that and the ego boom to some is just appearing

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Good day, fixed in that way and rather than that is a loss of Hanover. Deadly Mr. Padilla. He is the halifa Buddha. He called the alarm to unsaved Buhari. Listen to this Hadees panela

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once he said I was sitting with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Hainan haina heard about the chumps when the sun set, the professor said to me, Teddy aina does have Do you know where it's going?

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What do you think to ask?

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Imagine the sun is setting and he said to someone, you know, it's not always going. Well, that said, a long what a sudo. Alon is listening to know best. This reaction of the companions, it shows us not only their respect for the process of them, but that they relied on him to define the way they thought about even the natural things in life. This is amazing, isn't it? I mean, if anyone else was asked, they'd say yes, basically, you know, it goes over the horizon, a few angles and then you get a shell time and this difference of intimate nature.

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No, they said a long what a pseudo

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Why? Because they knew that you know what, the way I see things may not be the way from LA wants me to see things. Yeah, the professor will show me how to see these things. A method. Yeah. He said, Where did it go? He said along with a pseudo owl. The person said, the sun. It goes on to help the dust do the louche until it prostrates under the throne of loss of Karnataka.

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And then he said it seeks permission

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permission to rise again. And it is given permission. And so it returns to the east and it rises again.

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Then the person said,

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however, they they will come a time where the sun will prostrate and his frustration will not be accepted. And it will seek permission and his permission will not be granted it will be told it'll go back to where you came from. And that is the day that the sun will rise from the west.

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And that is the title of your pm. Then the person recited was Shem suta Jerry masaka de la liga, Taka de la zz gnarly soprano line. This Hadith is amazing. You know, we live in a time where somebody would approach his Hanif as a critic, and say what do you mean the sun goes to the cupola and prostrates? How can the sun prostrate? How can the sun How can you say that the sun, you know, is beneath the throne of Allah? How Does that even make sense scientifically? The thing is, these you have to appreciate those questions are new questions. You know what that means? It means that they're not questions from an innocent mind. They're questions that have arisen because of exposure

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to an Islamic beliefs and ideas.

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Because those questions are asked in the beginning.

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What does that mean? If they want to ask in the beginning, it means that they weren't issues for them, they became issues for you. So rather the questions say more about you than the thing you are questioning.

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This is very deep to understand and appreciate. If these questions come to your mind Habibi, they say more about you than they do about this issue.

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what we find here is, firstly, even tamer ambala said,

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the sun frustrates to Allah in a manner that defeats his nature. Just like the angels prostrate to align in a manner that befits their nature just like the jinn, prostrate to ally in a manner that befits their nature and human beings. Likewise, every creation is different. When Allah says they prostrate they prostrate in a manner that is in line with their nature don't they for super impose the human you know, the human way of prostrating on other creation?

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This is the statement of human say Ramallah we know that in the Quran Allah says we're a min Shay in in you said we have we have the he was lacking a lot of Kahuna does be how Allah says in Surah verse number 44, if I'm not mistaken, that every single thing in main shape in which means every single thing is what is making this we have a lot. But then somebody was saying how Allah adds but you don't understand how it is making disappear. That is the only issue. Not that it is not making disappear, is that you can appreciate how it's doing it.

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Yeah, so just submit yourself to what I'm saying.

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And, and accepted wholeheartedly was chumps who tend to really muster karela therefore, there are two opinions are that this head is telling us that the sun can will rise in the east and then sets in the west and this course that it runs is running every day, ie every, every day that we have in the human in the human life, because Allah determined to be like that or that the sun will continue his path whatever path that is, and then stop on the Day of Resurrection. Yeah, so either it is about the daily sun, how it appears in our disappears, or it's about the life of the sun itself. One day will expire, people reached Mr. Kesh, there is a third opinion as well. And that is it is

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speaking about the police itself, the sun the most up most of the place it stops is beneath our last parameter. All of these opinions can be true at the same time. Yeah, all of them can be true and understood to be true at the same time.

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Now, this is the interesting part. There Lika taca de la Aziz Allah Allah, Allah says that the sun running its course to fix place is determined by not a lot the word legit Allah is not there. Instead, two names have been brought. Two names have been selected. The first name is Allah Aziz, which denotes a lost power, and his might as well as his authority.

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And then the second name is Aladdin, which denotes the supreme knowledge of Allah, knowing everything,

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everything possible to be known, as well as the things that are impossible to know. Allah knows everything. Why did Allah bring these two names when speaking about the sun? Because of time, I'll just run through a few few possibilities. Firstly, the sun, what is the sun? The sun is the largest entity in our solar system.

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In fact, the sun is so big, it occupies 95% of the mass of this entire solar system of ours. You know, all the other eight planets? The only occupied 510 percent of the matter of this whole solar system 95% is the sun itself. The first is the size of the sun. It is so huge. Yeah, it is massive.

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By the way, they said the sun weighs nine to 9 million kilograms during an alien kilograms, I think that's two times 10 to the power of 18 to 18 zeros coming off. Yeah, that's how heavy they say the sun is that's the first aspect of the sun, how huge it is. The second is how hot it is. The sun is so hot, that solid and liquid cannot exist on the sun, only guess even they say that the that the electrons of a nuclei are removed because of the heat. And then those electrons they they react to one another causing that nuclear type of infusion. Even electrons that cannot exist inside the atom.

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It is that hot. Here at the core they say the heat of the sun at its core is 15 million. What is the is the key. The unit is the key. Anyone know? kelvins? Yes. 15 million kelvins. Here at school. It is so hot. And it is so big. The third interesting thing about the sun is how fast it moves. We don't appreciate this, but the sun is moving. Allah says God, isn't it? how fast the sun moving? Does anyone know how fast the sun is moving?

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They said the moon is moving at around 2500 miles per hour.

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The sun they said is moving at 450,000 miles per hour

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was jumpsuit he really was takashima it is moving at 450,000 miles per hour. Just to put that in perspective. The fastest space shuttle NASA produced can go 17,500 miles power which is only 3.5% of the speed of the sun.

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Allah says my shampoo tragedy Mr Corolla. Now you're thinking about something huge, something so hot, something so fast. The question arises, how can anyone control the sun?

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What does the one who controls the sun need to be like he needs to be alive.

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And allegedly,

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the one who has pure supreme might, is the only one who control the sun.

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Even the control of the Sun is in a way that is fixed and determined. It doesn't. It doesn't move, it doesn't become distorted continually every day. For 30 billion years it is estimated the sun has a life of 30 billion years, day after day. And who is controlling it Allah Aziz, as well as Li Li.

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You need to be able to know so much in order to

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program the sun to do what it does, isn't it? And our programming from the iPhone is a problem notice.

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Imagine having to program the sun to run a fixed course for 30 billion years. What other knowledge Do you need to have?

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This is perhaps why the work the name Allium is there is a net loss of how the knows best my brothers and sisters the conclusion to this does is we should see the world around us as a manifestation of a loss of greatness. When a person does this. He lives his normal day to day life in the course of a loss of power.

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Yeah, in all law, even the sun now when you look at it, will you not look at in a different way? This is the beauty of the Quran. May Allah Subhana Allah allow us to live in his go every day of our lives. I mean, hello and hello sort of our cinema. botica Nana Vina Mohammed la learning sackers mean, does that promote embolic Luffy competi pressing questions.

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Any questions? Anybody want to ask?

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Okay, see you all next week.

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