Asim Khan – Thrown in a Well – Episode 24

Asim Khan
AI: Summary © The transcript describes the use of Islam in various aspects of life, including a return to reality, a message to dad, and plans to reunite family members. The speakers also discuss the importance of maintaining strong ties with families and the use of Islam in various aspects of life, including a return to reality, a message to dad, and a plan to reunite family members. They explore the use of forgiveness and how it is used in various situations, including a situation where a wrong person caused a negative reaction and the importance of showing proper behavior. They also mention specific times where someone has forgiven them, including during a stormy weekend.
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wa salatu salam wa, ala MV mursaleen Nabina Muhammad in while early wasabia, germane to marva Cinema Li Kumar, La Jolla workato. There's button sisters. This is now the 24th lesson and sort of seat in the shirasu, Yusuf Ali Salaam. And we've got to the part of the story where there's been like this very epic monumental pardoning given by useability salaam to his brothers, the brothers have come, and after three visits to Egypt, Now usually This reveals that he's not just the Aziz, but it's actually him. And I used to, I am used to

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the feel very guilty. finding out that this is the brother thinking about all the harm they've done to him. And what do you know use Verizon finds it in his heart to say, learn the three bollock milliohm today. And today after this, no blame on you guys whatsoever, meaning I'm going to forgive you. And also we're going to forget whatever happened and we're going to make mention of ever again.

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And in that, pardoning, okay, this, a number of lessons that we learned is well, first of all, you know that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he conquered Makkah, at the head of an army of 10,000, the likes of which the whole of Arabia has never seen before. They've never seen an army of 10,000 before when it came to those people who had kicked him out and abused him. He said, we will say what useable Islam said to his brothers.

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The three bollock Maja no blame on you whatsoever today, meaning he gave a general amnesty a general pardoning to all the people of MCC following in the tradition of use of La Salaam. Now to be able to forgive someone who hate hates you that much. I hated you once upon a time that much and ended with you so much. You have to have a big heart, isn't it?

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And that's one of the things that we've been taught that great people, they don't hold grudges against others, they don't hold rancor towards another person. Doesn't matter what they've done. At the end of the day. My heart is big enough to get rid of feelings like this bitterness and grudge. Some people naturally have this that they don't hold grudges, other people hold grudges very, very quickly. Yeah, we should be like useful esalaam and let things go. Yeah, especially when the person who's done this is now sorry for what they did. I have a big that must have been. Let them go. Let this revalue.

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So that's one thing. The other thing is that Subhanallah, you would have thought that in that position of now being superior to his brothers, and the brothers coming to him, you know, as big as that he might have felt full of himself. And I might have felt like, Look, I'm the one who's the victorious one after all, you know, and one has the last laugh, as they say. But no useful. Islam wasn't like that. The fact that Allah made him victorious, only made him more humble. You know, and parlez the same thing with the prophets that allowed him when he conquered Makkah. And, you know, sitting on that horse, head over 10,000, strong army, he entered how with his head bowed down like

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this, a sign of utter humility, that Allah you have blessed me to become the supreme one in the eyes of people. But that only makes me more humble before. And that's another amazing thing, that if someone is given prestige over others, and that only serves to make them more humble. So that's the part of the story where we have got to now now that he's forgiven his brothers, he now is going to conclude the whole reunion the whole plan is now going to become come to a completion. So let's recite these parts of the verse that we're covering today in Charlotte, verse number 93 298. In Sharla.

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ROM after forgiving his brothers and the brothers expressing the guilt and the story now he says it will become easy haha. Now go back meaning go from here Egypt back to Palestine, once again be uneasy with my niece nakamise mentioning mentioned now for the third and last time he says take this shirt of mine and cast it over the face of my father.

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Now what is interesting is, as you know, the shirt is mentioned three times the shirt once upon a time was this shirt of use of brought back to his dad with blood on it. And that incidentally caused his father to go blind. Yeah, because the grief that you know envelopes him for all those years. What may have been Dinah human hasn't made him his eyes go white, and the middle also the comments of usefulness or makes an appearance and that is the commies when it is torn from the back by the crazy lady, right? And I in the first instance, the communist is causing, like a type of death to dad right, you know, I see this bloodied shirt of my son and all these not dead, but on what's

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happened to him that kills him in a painting. And the second scenario, the shirt of useful Islam kind of gives him life. And because it frees him from the accusation that when they see his shirt torn from the back, not from the front, they know who's guilty party. And also it kind of frees him gives him life. It gives him innocence. The third time round again, his commies is being a source of life for that because when the alchemists will go back to that in the hands of the brothers. It will, it will bring his sight back to life again. Yeah, the only difference is the third time round useful is actually giving his cubbies away as the first two times that he was he was robbed by his

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brothers. And the second time, you know, his turn off him by the third time I said look, I'm going to give you my son Okay, now he's going to take my shirt that says it will be easy haha aku Allah, would you be here to see euro and cost over the face of my father, yet de basura. And it will become, he'll become seeing once again, it becomes seeing once again. So Allah mentioned a nice point. He said, You know, this teaches us that

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disease diseases, often the cure is the opposite. Disease is often the cure is opposite, because he allegedly is telling us that though the shirt once upon a time when it came to dad, bloodied caused the disease of chronic

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grief hasn't the same shirt. But now in a more beautiful, you know, presentation will also be the cure of the same disease that caused, okay, alarm but regardless whether it is this or that it is a miracle of Allah, that he inspired useful Islam to know that if you send your shirt back to dad, then he will get the sense from you. And that will uplift your spirit, so much so that his eyesight will return. I'm not sure if I mentioned another interesting point. He said, it was like he's sending a coded message to dad. You know, like,

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you have Morse code. You know, when you lost that seat, and you send Morse code to, to whoever's on land, they can interpret what's going on through this code. And the same way, she would have said by sending his own shirt back to dad, he's sending a message to that which is I'm alive and unwell. Because if you think about is impossible for the brothers, to create the sense of usefulness now isn't it is impossible for anyone to do that. So he knows that that will you know dad loves me so much. He knows my scent. He will remember my scent. And if he just manages to smell it, he'll know that I'm alive and I'm well so far a very intelligent, smart thing for us to do. You can imagine

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obviously, that

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Seeing that the suns are changing, but you know,

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you know once once someone is bitten once and twice shy right so it's not sure these anomalies gonna show that they're being truthful and honest. This is my shirt and you can tell now that I am really alive so it's like a coded message.

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And then he says what to need

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in the new service Ramsay's to his brothers. Now go back with my shirt do this to dad. And then I want you all now to come back to me Jimmy, meaning I want all of you to come back to Egypt or what mom and dad to come back to Egypt I want all the cousins, uncles everyone. You don't need to live in the bedroom in you know, in the deserts of Palestine anymore. You can come to if you like first world Egypt, okay and in and live here. I'll get grant your visas to live here. You will have a place to stay in missive now. So all of you now come back to me. And if you see that the whole plan of use of Islam is to get the family reunited including his brothers it shows us that how important

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it is to keep strong ties with family and how much you know having good relations Mom, dad brothers sisters cousins is important in the eyes of Allah subhanho wa Taala for he inspired use of with a fantastic plan just to achieve this one objective to get a reunion of the family and it shows us that you know keeping strong ties to the families an extremely important thing.

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Now, a larger law then says while I'm facilitator you call a boom in Neela agility how use

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the moment where the caravan of the brothers departs from Egypt at that same time 1000s of kilometres away in Palestine jacoba Islam sitting there, he gets a cent of useless

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Fossella from fool for sole means to something is connected to something and then separate out. So Allah subhanaw taala telling us that the moment that Yahoo got sent of useful Islam isn't when they were entering into Palestine. No, it was the moment that they departed from Egypt, like they're so far away. It's impossible for anyone to to be able to smell something from that distance. But Allah in a miraculous way wanted Jaco to get the scent of his son use of an s&m. And that was just when that he the caravan left Egypt, just when it leaves. Then he manages to get a scent and what does he say when he gets that scent? He says in me can imagine that jacoba Islam he's sitting there. And

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around him are some other friends and family relatives, people from the village he says in me Indeed, I love

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Lamb of Tolkien. As you do I really and truly can feel or find the scent of use.

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Now you can just imagine I mean if someone said that

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and what all you know is that use of has gone and died long time ago. And you're gonna think you're crazy. What do you mean use can smell the scent of your long lost son? So yeah, proven Islam can see like the old rolling the eyes like, Oh my god, what is he talking about? is gone crazy. This is Lola. And to finally do even if you think that I've gone crazy to finally doing the move did is very interesting would allow smelly. He said it is when someone talks a lot because of old age. You know, like some people when they become very old, they start blabbering on a bit. You know,

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you find this now, the old people they like to talk a lot, right? And sometimes they talk they don't really make sense either. Yeah, so as you said that when someone talks a lot because of old age, they come a movement. So Jacobi saying I know you're thinking this crazy old man talking rubbish to himself, isn't it? Ya know? But you know

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i certainly without a shadow of a doubt. I can send it I can smell his scent. What is interesting is that he doesn't say I can smell the ring of use. He says I find

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the scent of use of

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what do you think he doesn't say I can smell the scent of use of instead he says I could find or I've found the center of use of

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anyone hazard a guess as to why they think Allah didn't say that he can I smell center views of i've i've found the center of use of it is

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okay. And obviously so it's similar to Alison you saying that is is found use of as in like, he knows what useful Islam is. Oh, he knows he's gonna be Oh long is gonna find him or he

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At hope there is going to one day come.

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But martial art the martial that you go to your emotions about Call of

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Duty or use of means that I have found use of meaning I know where he is now. He's alive and also know he's in Egypt here and that is how I have found the center of use of an artist smelted Muse I do. I know where he is now. I know that he's safe, know where he is. And maybe also that, you know, I know that now, very soon around the corner. I will once again see my son and partner, the fact that you jacobellis up knows the center of his son.

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It shows the incredible love they had for his son, isn't it? Like he's so close to his son, that even after 4050 years, when he gets a sense of his son, he knows who who that belongs to? Yeah. So it just shows how close jacoba Islam was to his children in particular use of an s&m Lola and definitely don't even if you guys think that, you know, I'm going crazy. No, no, that's not true. One interesting thing here also is that, you know, a lot of parallel tests, his sleeves, and

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with every hardship, there is ease, right? Every hardship comes ease. But the amazing thing is the way that ease comes in and the way that ease comes, sometimes you can never imagine that ease will come from this source from this source. So in this way, and the same way of COVID Islam, he had hope that Allah would return his son to him, but he could never imagine how that was going to happen, isn't it? It's so unbelievable, the way your son is going to be brought back to you. Firstly, you're going to get the scent of your son. And that scent is going to tell you where he is now he's okay. And he's gonna come You know, he's not gonna come to you, you're gonna go to him. And he's gonna

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take you to him, those very children that tried to kill him. I could never imagined that no. And it reminds me of the verse we all know Jonah says that

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omiya tequila Maharajah whoever fears a lot that alone will make for him a way out. And Romania Tokelau lucky for her husband and whoever places their trust in Allah and Allah subhanaw taala will suffice him will surprise him.

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So when the people hate a cube say that he's just found the center of his son useful Islam. They say Paul Luton lie

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by a lot in California. You can Kadeem indeed you are in misguidance Alka Dean from long, long time ago. Meaning that you're not misguided like you know, you're spiritually misguided. No, no, no, you're misguided in that you're mistaken. If not, yes, it doesn't mean like you're spiritually misguided means that you're mistaken. From long time ago, meaning you've been in this sorry, state ever since the day that he was kidnapped. You know, that's what we think we see you. Unfortunately, this whole thing has made you go crazy. And you'd been crazy from all the way back then. So they're still criticizing? Yeah, the pseudo unbelieving. But then the moment comes where the brothers

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returned back to Palestine, for them and Al Bashir and what he felt Ted DiBiase era but when the bringer of good news came. Now, again, one of the sons, one of the brothers is going to be identified. Allah identifies this brother now, as being al Bashir al Bashir means bringer of good news one is going to congratulate thelema So eventually, when all the brothers come back to Egypt, come back to Palestine, one of them, okay. He's, he's kind of going ahead of everyone else. He wants to be the first one to tell dad, the good news, the machine he wants to be the machine. Well, by

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the way, Allah Allah says he came is for Lama and Jaya.

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The unhear is to give extra emphasis, as if Allah Allah is telling us that what happens now after he comes and tells dad, the news is quite unbelievable. But for sure, it actually did happen the way I'm going to tell you for them and when he came and not utter utter, we said the difference is that has the meaning of your hood, you know, struggling striving. So this one son, not all of them, he's more keen to get to dad before anybody else. Which son do you think would it be more keen to come to dad and tell him the good news than anybody else?

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What do you think brothers over the are you just

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guessing the answer to the question. Yes.

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Excellent accent Mashallah.

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Yes, the one who brought back the * shirt in the first place. He's the one who broke the bad news, the supposedly bad news to dad first time around so he feels more responsible or more eager rather, to come and tell that the good news Yeah, many of us Iran said this that Al Bashir, here was the one who initially brought the shirt in the first place. He's more eager to try and clean the slate. So philomela and Al Bashir

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was he so when he comes back? He doesn't even say anything that the first thing he does. He costs a shirt over the face of his dad for tat double zero and it had the means to return back to the original state. So Jaco became blind, but he wasn't blind all the time. He was perfectly fine once upon a time. So when the shirt was cast over his face, he returned back to the way he was before, but similar seeing then, now the scene is set. He sees his sons. He sees all those people that were just mocking him saying you're crazy old man talking rubbish to yourself. What do you say to them? Call lm akula calm Didn't I tell you all these years? What have I been saying? In ni and Amina la

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Hema Allah tala moon, I know something from Allah that you don't know.

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Meaning you doubted my trust in Allah, you doubted my conviction in Allah, you doubted that things would turn around in the end you doubted. You hesitated. What was I saying all along, because of Allah, and Allah gave him the opportunity to prove himself, his reputation, if you like, was doubted by people.

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But Allah showed no, you were on the truth. And I will show everybody else that you want the truth. Yeah. And it is polished shows that any the conviction of jacobellis a person is a human being, you may feel something is right. And you know, it's right. Because Allah has shown you through his, through his religion through Islam through Quran and the Sunnah. But people always maka, people doubt you. You know, sound familiar? Isn't that the kind of times that we live in? The things efficient that we have? segregation, niqab,

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everything hold on me. And people always mock. People always say, you guys know you're talking about. And then we say, either you say, maybe we don't know, we're talking about unfolding. Let's go revisit the whole of Islam, which some people do. Or you go to the other side, which is, one day you will see,

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one day, you will see that what we were saying was right, maybe Allah out of his mercy will show you before you die. And that's what we hope. But if you don't save for you die, believe me. On the other side, you will see that you know, what, we should have listened to these people, you know, we should have listened to these people.

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So here almost panatela in, you know, shows a miracle ribnica Steve says a miracle is granted to jacobellis ROM, that his eyesight was returned when his eyes have returned. He said to those people, didn't I tell you that I knew something from a law that you didn't know, perhaps possibly a reference here to the dream that he was shown once upon a time through son use for this and I'm now some analysis brothers, you have to really think about this. Okay.

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When they,

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when noosaville Islam revealed his identity to the brothers, they were shocked and they said, in the end, the use of are you really use me said yes, I'm use.

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And then after that, he says, Let the three barleycorn Yo, yo Lola come, no blame on you whatsoever today. And I'm asking Allah to forgive you. They didn't ask you to forgive them. Notice that he didn't ask him. They were guilty. And sorry. But you said Sam didn't even give them an opportunity to ask. He just forgave them there. And then

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now they're going to come to dad, and they're going to ask dad for forgiveness. They're going to actually ask that for you. So they have to ask that we're never had to ask use of. And the way dad responds, is doesn't say, I forgive you. He says, So first off, I'm, I'm going to forgive you in the distant future. At some point in time, I will forgive you one day, I'll forgive you. So he doesn't say I forgive you. Even though you said Islam said I forgive you. He says I'm gonna forgive you sometime in the future. The question is going to be Why did you call but Islam delay seeking forgiveness for his children? were useful Islam forgive immediately. Okay. Keep that question in

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So verse number 19.

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Seven when the brothers okay have come back to dad and they've cost the shirt over dad's face and his eyes of his eyes has returned. They then begin to plead with that call. Yeah, Bernard Stoke Filipinas rubra Oh, Father, forgive us for our, our sins. Notice that the plural is being used not literal, meaning we've done many things wrong that you don't wrong to you by depriving you of your son use have we done wrong to use of Islam by throwing him in the in the well. And we've done wrong in so many other places in our lives as well. Forgive us for all of those sins in Kunhardt in indeed we were of those that were mistaken. mistaken meaning how sinful Yeah, sinful.

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Now is a couple of interesting things. You learn about Toba him. One of them is that if you want a lot to forgive you,

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then one key or one condition rather of Toba is that a person needs to acknowledge his sin first and foremost. He needs to say sorry, from the heart. And, and I remember, just recently, I had a, I had a bit of

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a grievance at work. Okay. One of my managers, he said something to me. And I thought that's not right. So I raised a grievance against him. And we were sitting there and there was a senior person there, he was doing this mediation, mediation. So that manager of mine, he said, Look, you know, I said this, I did this. And,

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you know, maybe that wasn't the best thing to do.

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And then I said, Yeah, so you admitted that you were wrong. He said, it wasn't the best thing to do. And then the boss said, so he's apologized now. I said, That's not an apology.

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What do you mean, that's not apology? I said, the small apology is, at best as a begrudging apology is not it doesn't mean it. And it's clear from the way he's saying it doesn't mean it. So then he goes, Okay, listen, I'm so sorry for what I did. I said, Okay, that's fine. Now we can move on. They so even on a human level, even on a human level, you can appreciate and if someone wants you to forgive them, they're gonna say sorry, from the heart, right? It's not like some mystical thing that Oh, if you do one, two and three, Bang tober is gonna happen. And you think about it just from the outcome that Allah gave you. You come to Allah, forgive me. The first thing is you need to come to

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Allah guilty. Allah seriously, I feel like I've done wrong, I'm sorry. Yeah. So as the process of setting ahaadeeth, that when a slave

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turned off, B, then B he when he acknowledges his sins through mahtab, then he turns to Allah tab along while he then Allah, in turn, turns to him, had the youth inside a Muslim. So the person told us that look, if a person wants to make Toba to Allah first he needs to acknowledge his sin. Meaning he's saying, Yeah, Allah, I'm sorry, I miss my fudger. And I'm, I'm sorry, honestly, I'm sorry, genuinely, I'm sorry for doing that. Please forgive me. Okay, now you have a chance of having that tober accepted by Allah Subhana. Allah forgive us our sins. So they came to that, and they were sorry, it's clear that they sorry, they say it fildena Ravana. They say, yes, forgive us our sins in

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akuna Haldane indeed, without a shadow of a doubt, we were mistaken. You know, he was taken sinners. So it's clear that they are guilty, they feel remorseful and they come into doubt. The other thing it teaches us that if you want someone to forgive you, because you've done something wrong to them, then you have to ask them. You can't just say Allah forgive me for the sin, I don't to this other person. this other person, I got into a fight with him. I called him bad names. Okay. And I said a few things behind his back as well. Allah forgive me.

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It doesn't matter how sincere you are. The fact is, that this person has been wronged by you. If you want that to be forgiven, you need to ask that person.

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And the person who explained this another authentic hadith, that

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if a person wronged another, then he needs to ask him for to let go of that and if he doesn't an on your multi mo will happen. Then either some of your good deeds will be given to this person or some of the sins of that person will be given to you because they there is no determined enough person said there is no DRM there is no way of you you know striking a deal with that person to get forgiveness. No, it's just your good deeds now. Either the person will be given you'll be taken any take some of your good deeds or his some

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his sins will be in would be heaped on top of you. Okay? So they ask genuinely for forgiveness and also they asked dad himself then ask a lot of forgive them because they know that if you wronged someone you need to need to ask that person in particular to forgive you.

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Okay? Now what does dad respond by saying he says call a sofa, stone funeral, a comma b. He said I will ask forgiveness for you from my Lord. Call a sofa, sofa, okay is to push the meaning into the future. There's a difference between scene and sofa style food. And so first scene means to do something in the near future sofa is in the distant future. Okay, so he says, I'm going to forgive you or I'll ask Allah to forgive you. Not right now.

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Some way down the line. I'll do that.

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Now, why? Why the equivalent someone needs forgiveness straightaway.

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He then says in the who who will who Rahim and Indeed Allah He is Allah food, the most forgiving regime, the most compassionate, the Most Merciful.

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So this is the question now, my brothers How comes jacobellis them doesn't forgive

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his sons or ask Allah to forgive his son straight away. Why does he delay Toba? Why does he delay sorry is the fight for his sons? Why is that there must be reason behind it right? If you compare that to use of Islam who just said straight away I'm asking Allah to forgive you then that he doesn't say that straight away he says I'm going to down the line ask God to forgive you

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get into pairs get into pairs and discuss in Sharla I'm going to give you two minutes to think about this Your time starts now. And after you discuss I will ask you what do you think time starts now brothers?

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Let's go you guys what do you think?

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Okay, Dr. Harris Good point. So the brother said that if dad like said I forgive you straight away then

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well let's look at the other way If dad says Look, I'll forgive you down the line then it's going to play on their minds and they're going to keep them in check isn't it what you're saying? Get them in check they look down hasn't forgiven us yet. So just don't you know stop Behaving Badly again. Let's think about this properly now. Okay, possibly on the other side there but there's on the other side would you think interesting so he wants to see use of before he forgives him Why

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is there anything

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What do you think why? Why does he want to see you so before he says okay, now I'll forgive you I forgiven you.

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Now he knows this to life in the legendary high use of I know that he's alive

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Okay, so you're saying he wants to he has to wait to see what the use of forgives them first before he can forgive them

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okay, what we're just staying on that point why why do you think that's the case that he wants to see first that the sons has forgiven him before he forgives them Why? Why is that conditional?

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justice was

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very good The fact is that like I said before, so

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if you see someone come and slap this person in the face You can't say I forgive you Bravo.

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Bravo. You just slapped him on the face well how can you forgive? I Can you forgive him? And you're done nothing to be done wrong to me. How can you forgive him for doing something to me? Yeah. So yeah COVID is

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he saying that you want me to forgive you I can forgive you the things you've done to me but a complete forgiveness Are you done to us if I can't forgive on behalf use of until I see that he has forgiven you too. So first of all, so soon

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when I see the alpha give

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very good any other points

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there's some other ways some other is

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it was used before it gives a couple why the Why do you want to see use of

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who is keeping thinking about him? He wants to see him but why is that gonna stop him from saying okay, I forgive you.

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Okay, Mashallah, Allah This is another good point that the fact is they've wronged Yaqoob and us

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How do they wrong mo they kidnapped us a van basically took him away from dad. So if you want me to forgive you for doing that,

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you need to bring him back to me, isn't it? He's Rena is reunited back together again. And this is very true when you wrong someone, then if you can't, you know, you don't have the courage to go up and say, Look, sister, you know,

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the other day I defamed you on Twitter, you know, and it was really bad to me to do that. And I'm really sorry about that. If you haven't got the courage to do that much. They use look at it from another perspective, which is that they have a right that they do not be dishonored by you. That's the right. Yeah, I'm right to that. There are people don't dishonor me. Now, if you did dishonor me You took away my right now either you can ask me to forgive you for taking that right from me. Or you can go to plan or second option, which is restore my honor. How do you restore someone's honor?

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Well, similarly euro and other, you know, a Twitter tweet. Okay. something fantastic about the same system. Okay, so what yesterday, you defamed, but today you kind of restored, you know the reputation by saying those things that you said, so the main thing is the half of the person, you took it, either you can say please forgive me for that. Or you can go by yourself to try and restore it. And on a person, if they tried to restore the person's honor that they destroyed or took away, then they need to make doubly sure that they've done enough to restore that honor. Otherwise, on Yom Okayama, you will definitely regret. Does that make sense? We understand like that. So you took

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someone's right away, either you asked him to forgive you for taking the right way, or you try and recompense and compensate. You know, it's kind of like we get in the press, you know, they defame someone, call them a radical preacher. And then the so called radical preacher takes him to call. And what do you know, on page 34? Rather bottom? And what we said about the so called radical preacher is not very true. Turns out to be a nice guy. Yeah, on page 34, but the deformation happened on page one.

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So it's really a true compensation.

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when he that they restored his honor. Yeah, you could say that they did research on it by saying the statement that you know, we don't know anything wrong with him whatsoever, meaning this thing he didn't do wrong. And to be honest, you've never put a foot wrong in his life, and other kind of trying to restore done a whole lot. Maybe you could say that. They anything else.

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Some of the other scholars mentioned that. So first off, I'm going to forgive you Not right now, was said because jacobellis sama seeking out the best time to ask Allah to forgive. You know, one of the times bless in terms of asking making da is the set of time, which is the time just before fudger last third of the night, we know this, or another blessing time, they said on the night of Juma so Thursday night, I'm gonna wait to do Thursday night to ask a lot because that's the time when the R is more readily acceptable, you know, so of course me Rahim Allah said, This teaches us that a person should seek out the best times to ask Allah for to make the ark just like yakutat the best

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time to ask Lord to forgive his sons. These are sometimes other times, for example, is between the mother and the comma. And then the Sarah on Yeoman Juma is that time according to many scholars, before the Bankruptcy Law comes in, they use other other times of asking, making diet as well, like in the last part of the solar as well in the sujood, etc, etc. The person makes them make the art to allow you should seek out the best times to make that door.

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