Study of Surah Yasin – Episode 12

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The importance of the Bible in shaping the universe and the origin of the Bible is discussed, including the need for people to reflect on the spiritual and make decisions based on what is in front of them. The conflict between science and religion is discussed, as well as the use of words to describe things and express their opinion on the topic. The transcript also touches on the concept of a "byproduct of Islam" and the benefits of the use of ships and transportation, including the ability to create transportation.

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banyuwangi Bismillah Ar Rahman

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AR how often are you the moon the moon? Or Shem suta Jerry limos stamp out

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the Nika tiempo de la zz Lani. On palma

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de la ha Aloha.

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Ken are on Juniper, the lush

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to dairy cattle farmer Arlen lane.

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Oh colo fee fella key

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field follow

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up on

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Mr. Li

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Nasha no war upon fellow Saudi hollow mana home you

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Salatu was Salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa,

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Salam Alikum liable to go to

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his brothers and sisters. This is the 12th lesson, I believe now, that sort of jazz scene. And we are in Section three, this section

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is asking the reader to reflect over the world around them and see

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ordinary normal phenomenon

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in a way that leads them to an extraordinary spiritual conclusion. It is asking you to look at those things which you don't really pay attention to, like a lot began the hub, the green, and then nothing, the date palm trees,

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enter the grapevines Are you in the springs, and as well as diversity in our last creation and looking at those things, see that they are pointing towards the greatness and the magnificence of Allah Subhana Allah. And that's very important because the sort of began by telling us that people in those times for whom off you learn, they were a people who are heedless, spiritually unaware of the realities around here. And in many ways, people are the very same today, spiritually unaware. And in fact, ourselves as though when we look at the things that lie speaking about, do we really see a sign in them? Do you see something that reminds us of a spiritual truth? For many of us? No,

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it is not the case. And most palom claim rahimullah said that in order to make sugar

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in order to be grateful, a person needs some wine. Why? Because he said, when a person, for example, looks at the moon, and he looks at it for a moment, and he begins to ponder over what it actually means its existence what it symbolize, then he will lead himself to appreciate the sign of a law and hence make sure therefore, to be a shark. You need to be assaulted. What does that mean? It means you need to be someone who reflects contemplates, and he doesn't, he's not heedless. He doesn't gloss over things around him rather in every physical thing, he can see a spiritual sign. This is section three of soldiers. Now previous the previous verse was was shown potentially the monster

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Qadri la Delica tiempo de la Aziz and Allium and the sun, the sun, Allah said, it runs its course to a to a stopping place. And that is the determination of the Almighty and the old knowing. We spoke about the fate of this verse last week. However, I wanted to pose a question and that if someone read that the sun is running, meaning moving its course every day from east to west.

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And the Quran says that the sun is moving.

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However, today we know that science tells us that in fact, it is not the sun that is moving around the earth but it is the earth moving around.

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Some, is it not? Yeah. How would we explain this? If someone says this doesn't make sense? Because we know today, science tells us that in fact it is the earth that is moving and running around the Earth around the Sun, not the other way around. How would we explain this to someone? Someone says this versus that you really Mr. Padilla, it doesn't make sense. Because reality is the opposite. How would you respond to this person?

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You Tony rose, by the way, is he behind it? Is it possible to you turn it off?

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Otherwise, you go from one extreme to another extreme?

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Yes. Well,

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first of all, is this a common question?

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to people ask these type of questions. It's very common. How do you respond to this particular?

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The porosity, the sun is moving.

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But we know that the earth is the one that is moving around the sun. Yes.

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Okay. Anyone else?

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Anyone else offer an answer? Yes.

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orbit around the

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galaxy. Okay. Anyone else?

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We don't really know.

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Straight? Yes.

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Okay, so the brothers said that, to me, this is a matter of the unseen. The fact that the sun is running its cause to a fixed place is something that we hear or read, we submit to, we don't know what it means intellectually?

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Yes, at the back.

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Okay. Interesting. Dunk, who said that?

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Okay, I understand what you're saying. Uncle said that, well, maybe people are wrong.

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The fact is that men are fallible. And

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I say to you, what if they are correct? What if it is correct? What's the explanation?

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isn't what it is? I mean, it might be great might not be great. I'm not saying anything. I'm just saying what do we say is the reality.

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It is as the brother mentioned, and as other brother, brother mentioned, as well, that the Quran is a timeless book. Yeah, this is the first point the Quran is going to communicate in a message that is going to be timeless meaning from the time of the Prophet instead of 14 138 years ago, until Yama, Yama, the audience of the Quran is all of those people. Moreover, it is universal, meaning the Quran is not just to be read by educated people, or quote unquote educated people, but by any person, a Bedouin, a nomad, a city dweller, a CEO, anyone is universal as well. Therefore, that point alone should allow us to appreciate that when the Quran speaks about something, it needs to be

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said, it will be said in a way that all people of all times will be able to understand what it is saying. This is the first major point. The second major point is that

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the source of reason

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and the source of the Quran is the same origin, both human intellect as well as the words of the Quran came from the same origin and last part of that, is it possible therefore there to be a conflict between reason Revelation where the human intellect it came from who who created it? A lot. Right? Who created serve Allah?

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Who spoke this Quran Allah? Is it therefore feasible that Allah say something here? And it doesn't make sense over here? It's impossible. Yeah. Rather the origin of the Quran is the same as the origin of the human mind. Therefore there can be no conflict.

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Now, the simple answer to the question is that with all this in mind, the Quran is speaking about from a human perspective, from human perspective, the person looks up at the sky and he sees the sun moving from east to west. And this is something that all people are all kinds of be able to appreciate. Understand. Yeah. However,

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even if we said that, actually it is the earth that is moving around the sun, we can say no, as the brother mentioned. Now we know that the sun itself moves at a speed of 150,000 miles per hour around his own galactic star. In fact, the whole solar system is moving in its orbit around

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Another, the center of the galaxy, and this galaxy is moving around the center of the universe. So everything is moving, well Sham suited at the mozzarella can be appreciated from both perspectives, in terms of the past as well as the present. The beauty of it, however, is that it doesn't conflict in either way, human perspective, and even from the astronomical perspective, there is no contradiction whatsoever.

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Now, the second question is this, if someone said, Look, the farmer is speaking about things, for people that lived all those years ago. Therefore, they didn't know how the sun operates. They didn't know how the moon functions they didn't know about the stars and space and so on and so forth. So the Quran explained to them how things happen. As for us, we have science. And today science will teach us how things operate. Therefore, the person says, We don't need to look at the Quran literally. and say, You know what, Allah says, the sun moves, and it runs its course, rather we should say now science will tell us how these things operate. Not the Quran, upon speaking to people

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that know these things. What do we say to this person?

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You cannot take your shoes off.

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What do you say to this person? He says, look, those people didn't know these things, the how they know these things, which is true. Now we know. So we can disregard these things we can historicize them.

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What do you say?

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Is he right? Who is wrong?

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Is he right? He's wrong.

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Why is he wrong?

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So it's not just for

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the future as well.

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As the audience is there

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for all time, all time a lot people. Okay, so the brother is wrong in saying that, because we know that what the Quran would speak about something that is relevant. Always. However, isn't it the case that sometimes science tells us something? And it doesn't seem to make sense what the Koran says,

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isn't that doesn't happen sometimes. Yes, but limited by our knowledge. Okay, we're limited by our knowledge. Therefore, your response to the brother is what?

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other brothers saying, See?

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I told you,

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what do you say?

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No one has a response to the brother.

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He's writing a hash tag. Now. See, I told you so.

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You see, what science will tell us today.

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At best is the how how things happen, how the sun functions, how the laws of physics happen, how all of these different phenomena occur. The how behind it is something which the role of science is they explained how things happen. As for the why things happen, and who makes them happen? That is something that it cannot answer. In fact, that's not even the role of sciences to explain why something happens is a question which is beyond the capability of science to answer, right? It's not even the realm of science and the who, who makes this function this way. Again, that is beyond the realm of science. Do you follow me so far? Yeah.

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The beauty of the Quran is that the How is mentioned as well as the y as well as the who

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Allah says was Shem suta g really masaka de la The sun is running its course. sciences it is running its course in fact, out of space as well as from human perspective. The How is that?

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The beauty of it is that it goes on to say who who is making it for an expose. Especially when you find out the how behind it is so amazing. The sun is so hot. The sun is such a huge mass, the sun is moving so fast and yet it still delivers the same cost every single day. Who is making that happen? They rarely get the Cody's and Aziz and Ali, Allah The one who is almighty and all knowing is the one who is making it do what is doing. But then the why.

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The Why is also answered in the Quran, Islam who are learning Haleakala, Kumasi, artigiani, he is the one who created everything in this earth, for the service of mankind.

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So this is now the one

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Why? Why did Allah make this? Why is it like this? This is? The answer is it is for us, in order to create a world in which we could worship Allah,

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if you look at every other planet in this solar system, it cannot be life.

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NASA is trying to find if there's water on Mars, on the moon way, in order to see whether it can sustain life, but the reality is that no planet sustains life, except one,

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perfectly positioned away from the sun, not too close, not too far. The laws of the cosmos coming together to make it in a position in a place with certain laws that would allow life to prosper. If anything, someone should be asking, man, this is a sign all planets this one exists, and all the laws it comes together perfectly for this one. Why is happening? What is Who is the one who is doing this? You see, this is the this is the reality.

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And this is very simple to understand the preacher. And that is why you can appreciate why Muslim scholars used to also be doctors and scientists as well. Yeah, even Shafi Rahim, Allah used to be a doctor and maybe people don't know this. Yeah, many people don't know that he was a doctor, many famous astronomers Muslims. Why? Because they never used to perceive a conflict between science and reason, science and religion. It's only now that people have been indoctrinated to feel that you know what, there is a conflict between reason and Revelation. But this is not the case whatsoever. If there is a conflict,

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then how do we understand this? Know the Quran is saying this. And reason is saying this because science is saying this, like, for example, evolution.

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Evolution is telling us that human beings, they evolved from a previous species. This is the main aspect of evolution, which seems to be in conflict with Islam. Are you following me brothers? Yeah, many people they conflate evolution. And say the whole thing is something which is an Islamic Well, that's not true part of evolution is adaptation, and so on and so forth. But the main aspect of evolution, which is in contradiction to what the Quran says, is the idea that Adam alayhis salaam will lay out the villa he had a like, father.

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This is what it comes down to, if you want to get sort of nitty gritty about it. And here we say

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that the conflict is a conflict, not in the Quran, but it is a conflict in the minds of human beings. They have either misunderstood the evidences, or there are no evidences or it is something that they perceive to be there. But it is not that this is the reality. The conflict doesn't lie in between reasonable revelation, it lies in the reason. And one of the interesting things about this dichotomy looking at like this is, is that when a person says, You know what, there is no conflict here, there is a conflict here. He then says, if there was a conflict here, it must exist in all of your minds as well, isn't it? What does it make sense to me? I'm saying there's a conflict between

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reason revelation, hang on a minute. What about other people? Do they also see a conflict as well? I said this to your brother once. He said to me, this is about your theological point. He said about the attributes of Allah Subhana, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah says, you have to lie felpa at him, hand have allies above the hands. He said to me that look, it doesn't make sense to me that we can say God has a hand.

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Therefore, Allah would never say something that contradicts reason. Therefore, it doesn't mean that another hand it means something else. I said just a moment.

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It doesn't make sense to you. But to me, it makes complete sense. So are you saying I don't have reason? And you do. In fact, I'm not alone. There's millions of people like me out there. So what does that say? is a is that actually don't position it as a conflict between reason and revelation rather between reason and you between your reason and Revelation. You follow me? Yeah. So anyhow, this is just a side point. We're not going to to too much depth in this in Sharla. Let's just continue the next verse. Well hamanaka darna humanas in the Colorado during the holidays and the moon.

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Another sign is the moon we have determined two phases for the moon until finally it becomes like an old date store.

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This was a lie is drawing our attention to another amazing creation of a lot the moon. And Allah says that this moon,

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we determined it to exist in phases monazite meaning the waxing of the moon

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He said that there are four main phases of the waxing of the moon, there is the new moon, phase A quarter, there is the full. And then there is the last last. The last part of the moon which is the waning of the moon, four phases it goes through. Allah says that we made it go through those phases such that when it eventually comes to the end of its phase meaning end of the month, it looks like a old dates are the killer Julian Kadeem.

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Now one of the beautiful things about this is Allah is drawing our attention to the fact that he determined it. And that means it was determined precisely It is said that each one of those four phases lasts for 7.4 days, giving us a 29.5 for calendar month. And that is why you get the 29 or 30 day calendar, the moon was that is basically what it comes down to. Allah says we determined it to be like that. And then it returns to a returns to what Allah calls something that looks like an old date store. The URL June is the branch just before the just before the punch the bunch of dates, just before the branch I attached it. That is the or June law says that if you look at it when that

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becomes old and withered away, it looks exactly like the moon Crescent right at the end of its face. Yeah.

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So I'm also paneled. Allah wants us to think about the moon in a way that is not just a

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a normal occurrence. Rather, Allah wants us to look at it in a way that it is being moved from one phase to another by a loss of Hanover. And that points towards the greatness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. You know, one of the lessons that we learned from these two verses between the verse about the sun, running its course to a fixed place and the moon being determined into its phases is that if Allah has control over the life of the sun, for billions of years, as well as the moon and everything else, why should I believe I think Allah does not have control of his life. Why should we feel that Allah is not in control of our own lives and allies in control of the Sun above our heads?

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And if Allah has set the moon and the sun in its own determined courses, why should we not feel as believe that Allah has set our lives according to a plan as well?

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And these beliefs of hannula brings stability into the life of a believer. These beliefs bring happiness and joy into your life even when misfortune is upon you upon a line. And one of the amazing things about this is that it is a reoccurring sign every day you can see it and you can be impacted by it in this in this spiritual

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image is a set. The date stalk when it dries up is like the last Crescent of the moon in three ways. The first is that it is bent in shape, just like the moon is bent and shape the second is the color it is down yellowish color just like the moon appears to be in a dull yellowish color. And then he said it is thin, just like the moon appears to be extremely thin as well.

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The next verse, let's jump so young barilla and to the Rican camara, Waterloo Serbia Puna or kulu FIFA luckiest their home they don't know so kinda says both of these things together now. As if Allah is bringing them both together after speaking about them separately. Allah says it is not becoming meaning as a poverty said, It is not possible. It is not possible for the sun to catch up with the moon. No for the night to overtake the date. All of them meaning the sun the moon, the night of the day are inside a Fennec

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which is swimming along. What does this mean?

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It means that there are a few narrations I'll relate them to you from the seller. medine said this means that the sun and the moon don't interfere with and distract each other's light, the sun and the moon they do not interfere with each other and disrupt each other's lives. But other said they each have their own designated limits and parameters such that each can express their dominance in splendid harmony throughout the day of the hug said the whole phenomenon comes about through the podar decree of Allah and His supreme knowledge.

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The previous verses spoke about these entities the sun of the moon separately. They both do.

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Certain things separately. But from a human perspective, both the sun and the moon come together as if the AI in one orbit, the way they function in terms of the timings in terms of the light in terms of their benefit. It is as if they have been placed together in order to provide the services and benefits to mankind. And that is why law says there is no disruption in that whatsoever. It's an occurrence that keeps on happening, and it keeps on providing benefit to human beings. This shows us the care and mercy of Allah subhanaw taala for his creation. He is looking after us. This is one of the lessons of this verse, the loss of Hunter is taking care of his creation. What a loser because

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what a labor servant will not ignore. If a man said it means that you don't have two nights in two days, where the night starts, the day doesn't come in into fear. And then the night comes again rather you have a splendid transition between night and day, day and night such that if one increases in its length, the other one shortens just like we are now in the wintertime. We have a very short data, but it is compensated by a longer nighttime, and then this phenomena increases and decreases all of this is a sign pointing toward the the power of Allah subhanaw taala. Then Allah says we're could learn the felonious buffoon and all of them are in effect, what does the word

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phallic mean? Even Abba said it means the males and the males that is a spindle, which is part of the sewing machine, it is a round circular thing. Do you have you heard or have you seen a spindle before? Yeah, at the top of the sewing machine, it goes round and round and round. It is a circle shape. So even our bows, not the Atlanta army said it is like moving in a spindle, which today we call an orbit. Yeah. And if that opinion is what we go with, then it means that the Quran was speaking about something that human beings were totally unaware of until recent history. Yeah, until something that only, you know, astronomy managed to uncover. Recently, the idea of these entities

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the sun and the moon moving in orbit.

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Another opinion about felek is something that comes and goes, Yeah, all of them they come and go at the appointed time at the appointed time and place Ally's making them appear and then reappear.

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The interesting thing about Kowloon Fennec is that it is spelt the same backwards that is Ford's what is called an English

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palindrome, a palindrome. If you look at the word could learn fi Falak, it ends with the word calf. And it begins with the word calf couldn't second letter is lamb. The second last letter is lamb. And the letter in the middle is

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a palindrome. Why I find this amazing is it is speaking about the sun of the moon being in an orbit, which is a circular shape. And that by definition, a circle is when all of its points are at equal distance from the center such that it is symmetrical at every point, and allies choosing to use words that perhaps reflect symmetry when speaking about an idea of symmetry, which is unbelievable.

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It is miraculous, and how can anyone speak like this? And even if you add to that, that the person only spoke the Quran, he did not write it down. You know, when you write down something, you have the ability to look at the letters and perhaps organize them. When you speak, you know that you don't have the luxury of you know, looking at your words and then placing them in certain places. Yeah, this is the canonical last counter but couldn't FIFA lucky. Yes down. The last word yes down Sega. Sega immunity international law said it means when something is moving fast. Here the idea of something moving very fast. A law said that these things they are the phallic in an orbit moving

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very fast. And again, we learned last week that the sun is moving at a speed of 150,000 miles per hour. Even the idea of that speed is something that is difficult to imagine. I was thinking sapan Allah

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these verses are talking about control over uncontrollable entities, isn't it?

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And human beings. What we know about speed is when you go fast, you lose control, isn't it? I mean, I don't think anyone drives faster.

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But if you have to drive fast, you would realize that once you go above certain figures which you're not going to say what the words were permanent ourselves, then the car starts to get shaky. Yeah. And you start to feel like you're no longer in control, isn't it? Allah is highlighting to answer these things are moving so fast, yet they are in splendid control in order to bring about beautiful benefits to mankind. Or could learn fever lucky. Is there one

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last word for today? Well, I had to learn the human return field full kill machines shown wahala Kannada mithali ma Yakubu two verses 4142 Allah says and yet another sign for them meeting the corporation anyone thereafter by extension is that we, we carried their seed in the fork, which is mushroom, we carry their seed in a ship, which is mushroom, mushroom means something that is mameluke filled up, Laden, which ship is is talking about?

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The ship of no hurry is what is approved. That is the ship of no fallacy.

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You said that the seed of

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a ship that is Laden is the ship of normal Islam. What is the proof of that?

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What proof do you think the scholars of the sea bring to say this is talking about the ship of no even though the name of Noah has not mentioned?

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What do you think they would use as a proof?

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For carbonation

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refer to those

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cruise ships

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they must run out they're laden with food with goods, resources, cargo.

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The proof is what does Allah say elsewhere in the Quran about the ship? Nor does he describe it in the same words? And the answer is yes, Allah says for Angie no woman narrow field fully killed mushroom we we saved him and rescued him as well as those who were with him on a fork that was mushroom.

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Therefore, the Quran is speaking about the same thing here as it was over there. This is the principle in sort of the seed where you look at what the Quran says holistically to understand its isolated verses.

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However, there is a second opinion that this is speaking about ships in general. Yeah, but it seems that I mean, the opinion of Mama takahama is that this is speaking about the ship of Nautilus. And

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now Allah says that the assigned for them mean the Polish is that we carried their seat on the ship of Nautilus.

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How do we understand that a lot carry the seat of Quraysh on the ship of Nautilus and the way we understand it is when Allah saved No, and the people with him, he was in fact saving all of mankind, the very genes for mankind became rescued when Allah rescued know how they set up. That is how we understand Allah gelatos in the Quran, that

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the law says that we save nor

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what is the verse homotopy?

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Anyone know this thing?

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for john what john reata, who who will Belkin Allah says, we made his his seat

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as the ones who would survive.

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Who seed the seed of no harriston meaning his family. Because Allah saved his family, and they were the only ones that were saved from all over humanity, allow us in fact saving the human species on that ship. Yeah, so am I saying an assign for them is that we carry this seat which can refer to the fathers. Because when the seed was saved, it means they own fathers were saved. And it can refer to their children as well because when the seed was saved, it means that they would live therefore the children would come into existence as well. So the fathers and the sons can both be given us interpretation of the real.

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Okay, faithful killing machine. Allah saved them on a ship that was machine full of resources.

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They said, besides the people, they were animals besides the animals, they were

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plants, vegetation. You know, one of the interesting things I came across recently in Norway, they have this something called the Global Seed Vault. Anyone come across it for

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The global Seed Vault, I was quite amazed that in Norway, what they have is this vault in,

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inside some snow capped mountain, in which they try to collect every single seed of every species of plant, just in case something happens, they say this is the gift of no way to humanity. Yeah, faithful kingma shown allies drawing our attention to the fact that the ship not only carry the people by also carried many, many goods here many, many things of benefit. Now, the other interpretation is that this is just speaking about any ship, Allah subhanaw taala he created the ability for human beings to traverse on water. Even though water can drown human beings, Allah allow the human mind the ability to manufacture something called ships. Even this opinion actually goes

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back to the first opinion because the first man to create a ship was no had Islam. And the proof of that isn't the Quran is Oh, Allah says withhold

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the verses Surah Hood

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was nairaland fuka. br you Nina, well, Nina, Allah says, manufacture the ship, under our supervision and with our inspiration, la inspired the mind of Noah to manufacture a ship. When people saw him making it they laugh, they said, What are you making this ship? You know, they said, What did they know? Not only would it be something that would save him, it would also be a means of transportation for the whole of humanity. And how much benefit comes from from ships.

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And I was looking at how, how heavy is the world's heaviest ship.

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They said that there is something called the ultra large crude oil carriers, they can carry up to 550,000 tons of oil.

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Imagine size of that ship carrying 550,000 tonnes of oil. It looks like an island that is moving. Yeah, that's what it looks like. And yet it does not drown. It doesn't sink. Rather it floats. This is something that a large Allah Allah created allowed us to use the use of ship in order to traverse the sea. And then Allah said wahala can allow me miss lee Maya kaboom. And we created the likes of it, which they write.

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In my motto, irrational law said this verse is speaking about other types of ships.

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Every every ship that was created there after, after the ship of Nautilus, an ally saying, look, we allow your human mind to reproduce that over and over again, up until today, which they can benefit from and right. Think about how many benefits we get from ships. Not only do we use ships in order to fish, we use them in order to explore the world. We use ships in order to transport goods from one country to another country. We use ships for many benefit beneficial activities. All of this is a token of Allah's mercy. Yes.

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Yes, we said that the first the first words to speak about any shipment, what does the second verse, the second verse, it means the second opinion, which is Allah allowed human beings to create all types of transportation, land and sea

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transportation, in the form of living beings, which Allah gave us, like the battery, like the camel, like the horse, as well as being able to manufacture things like cars, hot air, balloons, airplanes, you name it, Allah saying, We allowed you to do that.

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Therefore, somebody shouldn't say, okay, a lie saying in the Quran that he,

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he created, Hakuna, we created all other types of transportation. But then someone says, There was the Wright brothers man that created the airplanes, you know, what he's saying was a lot. They're not the wrong brothers.

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By saying that, we understand the law Habibi.

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Human beings the day creativity is a product of laws gift, isn't it? The human being is able to create so many amazing beautiful things because he was given a beautiful mind

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as well as the resources in order to utilize that creativity to make everything therefore credit doesn't go to any of them say Allah subhanaw taala it makes complete sense. Lastly,

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One of the benefits of these verses is that when we use transportation be that copy that train a bus or airplane. A person now should feel that it is a law who is gifting them this transportation. In fact, the process owner wanted us to feel like this when he told us the two hour for traveling, lawful traveling sorry for boarding a vehicle. So Hanna lady Sahaja Donna her the

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Crimean war in Vietnam callicoon Have you reflected over this, look at the translation, glory be to the one who put this under our control, for we would not be able to do it otherwise, and we are to allow returning?

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What a beautiful thing to say. You turn the key in your ignition,

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and you hear the sound of the engine some engines sound worse than others. And you think you know what, I don't have the power to make this car work.

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This power and this movement is a product of a law.

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Am I saying that? Those are the words.

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We have no ability to have control over this when you ride the horse. You know, one of the one of the scholars said, you know a lot could have made the horse like a lion. Would you ever jump on a horse and you know, it's so true, isn't it? Why Allah selected certain creatures that we could domesticate them and you could ride them? That's the sign Allah is gifting you certain things to use as a means of transportation. And then the last part we're in the European Allah mon polygon and indeed to Allah we are returning.

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When you when you board your vehicle, when you you know, board the plane and you depart. You are telling yourself this is a short journey. I am going on a longer journey all the way back to Allah.

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Beautiful, isn't it? If only we would reflect over these words, Panama when we do the most mundane things in our life, we would feel connected to a loss of pinata. This brings us to the end of this how there was at a loss in the modern environment. Why the annual session was mean is up on the hill about a blog