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30 in 30 Day 24 – Daily Quran Tafseer – Ramadan 2021
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim,
amin Salawat. To law he was Salam. ala NaVi Karim Ali from Uppsala to attempt tasleem rubbish. Ronnie Sabri where Siddeley Emory law cadet Emily Sani of Gabor Kohli, my brothers and my sisters ascena more alikum warahmatu Allahi wa barakato
so today is Thursday May 6 2021. And we are doing the 24th jizz of the Quran. Therefore it is
the 24th day of this month of Ramadan 1442 and tonight is the 25th night in sha Allah Allah so we'll be live streaming from the masjid again tonight, seeing as it's the 25th night of this blessed month of Ramadan.
Forgive me for the delay too much activity at the front door.
I guess it's a good problem to have, right.
One of the beautiful things about living in a smaller community or living or living in a in a community where there's a community feel is that the door is always busy,
especially during the Ramadan that these you know this this time of the day it always gets really busy and hamdulillah and a lot of people you know, reaching out for various things.
It's it's a blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala it makes you wonder how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to live in Madina munawwara and how the Sahaba de la and him were with him, how that interaction was and how it took place. And how he some Allahu Allahu wa sallam dealt with, you know, the the challenges and the struggles of, you know,
juggling between family and community as well and we ask Allah Subhana Allah to make it easy for us to all find that balance, I mean,
so today considering the 24th Joseph the Quran, we are covering sorta to Zuma Surah vauthier as well as Sora foresee that, okay.
And then Subhan Allah, we don't have much more to go we started the 25th just tomorrow and that's it right to the end of the Quran. So there's just a little bit more of this month of Ramadan. So we'll jump right into it in sha Allah if we look at sort of zoom out of verse number 52 Okay, verse number 52, of Sora tizona Allah subhanho wa Taala and it says here
what am yeah and mo and Allah he ever saw portal is Kadima yoshua Why are clear enough that he can at least call me you know, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Do they not know that Allah gives abundant or limited provisions to whoever he wills? Surely in this are Signs for people who believe and then he says gulia either the DL lady in a software and forcing him latok not only Mattila. That next verse is very powerful. So let's look at verse number 52 verse number 52 I want me I'm mo Allah Subhana Allah says do they not know that Allah gives abundant or limited provisions to whoever he wills Now I know that the end of the month of Ramadan we tend to hear a lot from various different
organizations you scroll online and all you see is adverts and you know, sponsored posts and so on and so forth for various different charities and Islamic organizations and masajid and projects and teams and individuals as well. Certain people are raising you know, funds for their own personal projects and so on and so forth and the list goes on. But my brothers and sisters we do need to keep in mind that Allah Subhana Allah Allah has put Baraka in our wealth and Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna has allowed the Muslims to open their heart and to donate to give
and I can't remember what the number was if I'm not mistaken, it was somewhere around 100 million pounds. What was raised by the Muslims of the UK last year during the Ramadan alone, right I remember seeing somewhere that if I'm not mistaken It was 100 million pounds that were raised by the Muslims of the UK as in was donated by Muslims of the UK during the month of Ramadan alone, and that's not Canada that's another country so that goes to show how generous Muslims are especially throughout this blessed month of Ramadan.
While Allah Subhana, Allah knows that we are generous, he reminds us that He gives abundantly or in limited provisions to whoever he wills. Sure the in this are Signs for people who believe. Now in this, we learned that Allah subhanho wa Taala will will never leave us in a condition where we have nothing and we are stranded and we are abandoned, there's always a way out, there's always a solution. So Pamela, I can give you countless examples of IE memes, ie memes, who I know around the world, people who youth who you would think are, you know, being looked after in their communities. So many countless examples of imams that I know around the world, graduates of universities that are
well known, you know, those who even studied in local data alone, and schools and stuff like that, who are working jobs that they need to work in order to sustain themselves.
And by that, what I mean is, usually when someone you know, graduates from University with a degree in biochemistry, they're going to go into something linked to that, or they graduate with a degree that is linked to it, whether it's software engineering, you know, any, whatever it is, right? They Subhanallah will usually usually, at least for some time, go into those areas of expertise, those areas of work for some time, at least, right? But somehow Allah sometimes you find, you know, emails, and I remember traveling to so many countries, you know, asking about this chef and asking about that, Chef, where's this person? Where's that person? which must do they work in? And you go
to the masjid, you don't find them there? And then you ask, Where are they? Oh, they're at work? Where do they work? Some of them are taxi drivers. Some of them are pizza delivery. Some of them now are like, you know, driving Uber or Uber Eats, right, skip the dishes. You know, you have some that are working hardware, you have others that are accountants, some are, you know, teachers, you know, some have gone off and done, you know, completely different things. And that doesn't mean that they're not doing the demo. That means that they are doing the demo, but they're earning by working a nine to five year old time job somewhere else and then providing only through that, and doing the
dour work as a secondary thing. And Allah subhanho wa Taala uses this as an example to show us for those who believe those who know that also hanaway that his bounty will come to the from wherever it is, and if they're working day and night, in a community to give to the community in terms of teaching Islamic education and helping raise the children and helping to teach the Quran and helping with people's problems and issues and spreading the deen and doing workshops and so on and so forth. And if there's no wealth coming to them there, then they will go and find it somewhere else because Allah Subhana Allah provides from places that we don't understand. And there's no shame, there's no
shame in a human being and in a Muslim going and working a job that provides for them so long as the job is halal and permissible, right. There's nothing wrong with that. And now, do we like it? No, we don't like it. We like to see the people who we honor the people who hold to a certain degree of honor and status and respect. We'd like to see that we are looking after them that they should be looked after. Right? They shouldn't be looked after. And I know a good friend of mines. Pamela, Chef, businessman in South Africa started an awesome project awesome project within South Africa and now has extended out into Malawi. And I think a few other countries in South Africa in in the
southern part of Africa,
which is called the emem development project. Right? The men development project or program, I can't remember the IDP. Right. The IDP mm development program or project. Let me google it really quickly.
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program handler. So the man development program, right, awesome project that should be lattice male initiated. I've met some of these exams. Basically, he goes to like little villages and they find demons that they don't have people have knowledge, half of the Quran. And what they do is they educate them. So they it's the development program, right? So they will give them more knowledge more training. That doesn't mean that they don't have Islamic knowledge and training. But they develop a system where they give them knowledge and training as
to how to convey the knowledge that they have, and how to transmit it, and how to teach it to others, and how to develop a community and how to build their towns or their villages, and bring people closer to the masjid. And somehow that's such an awesome project where you can empower iums and look after those emails and take care of them. Right. And that's just a simple example with a meme. Like we do it with orphans. We do it with children around the world, we do it with, with us grown adults, right? We have like alumni and we have different projects and programs that are out there that look after us and help us and, you know, tutoring and stuff like that. Why can't we do it
with people have knowledge and help them and empower them. And so in these small little villages, towns, right, where these memes are, you know, they're empowered and it costs like, you know, so much less to maintain it, it does to maintain us over here in North America. So you know, that's an example of how Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna has given us this example that he provides for us in abundance and sometimes, you know, in a limited capacity, but that doesn't mean that the bounties and blessings of Allah subhana wa, tada are not out there, they're out there, and we can go and we can benefit from them. And we should support some of these projects and programs. You know, when we
My brothers and sisters, sometimes we work job now I spoke about the Imams will put the Imams aside, right.
Generally speaking, as human beings, sometimes we feel but I work in finance, I need to have a job in finance. No, you don't. You know, there's, there's so many examples of brothers and sisters in our community who, throughout this pandemic lost their jobs and completely changed their professions out of desperation, and realize that there's so much happier, there's so much happier with their new professions, they may make less money, but they're happier with it. less stress, right? less income less to worry about, it's okay, don't worry, Alhamdulillah, whatever we have is enough for us, right. And so I've lost hand with that, and makes it such that at times he restricts us from the
wealth. And we find that's when we shine sometimes. And sometimes people well, that's their downfall. Because the love of wealth is sometimes so great and so difficult for people to bear, you know, being separated from wealth being separated from their earnings and a constant increase in their earnings, where we are not content with a certain amount, where if we say, okay, for the next three years, we're going to be earning, you know, $20,000 less, or, actually, let me not use numbers, let me use percentage, right 20% less than what we were earning in the previous years, we should be able to adjust our lifestyle to suit the amount of income that we're making. And again,
I've said this for my brothers and sisters, if we can't afford things we shouldn't try to run after it. While at the same time Allah has created this world vast, and our country is huge. Yesterday, I was looking into it, in fact, this morning, right this morning, after selecting the budget,
I was looking into the cost of housing and living, you know, affordability, I should say, affordability in living in various different cities in Canada. And there's this little town, close to the Manitoba Ontario border, where the average cost of a house get this, the average house price is $10,000. Just a small town bordering Manitoba and Ontario, the average yearly income, the average household income was something like 64 $65,000 yearly. And the average cost of a house is $10,000, in that town here in Ontario, and I was just like, so how long? What are we doing here?
Why are we Why are we here? Why are we in Toronto? Why are we in Milton? Why are we in these big cities? If we can't afford to live here, then we can transfer ourselves in our family to a city or a town where we can afford to be? Does that mean changing professions? It might be right it might mean that we change our professions but a loss of how do we to add it affirms for us that he will not leave us in a condition where we you know are struggling. This the strain and the pain financially that we feel a lot of the time is because we're aspiring for more. Not that we're content with what we have. And I'm talking about us here in North America. Okay, I'm not talking about people in other
countries because in other countries, that's a completely different story. And then look at what Allah Subhana Allah says in verse number 53 what are the ariba dL levena s little Foo
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And this is important. Do you feel stress? Do you feel anxiety? Do you feel depressed? Do you feel down? Do you feel trapped? Do you feel at a low point because of COVID because of things that are going on in your life because of what's happening in the world because of what you see on the news. Do you feel any of these things if you do? Pay attention? And I'm pretty sure that's every single one of us, right? I'm pretty sure that's every single one of us. Allah Subhana. Allah says, say, as in he's saying to the Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, say that Allah says, Yeah, a bad deal lady in a sauna for Allah and forcing him, all my servants who have exceeded the limits against
their souls. we've committed sins, we've gone beyond the limits of Allah subhana wa to add to, to destinations beyond those limits that have harmed us as in we've crossed the boundaries of what Allah Subhana Allah has made hallel for us, and we've gone into areas of sin. Allah says, wouldn't ya a better deal living in a sort of for Allah and forcing him all my servants who have exceeded the limits against their souls? Learn tonnato Rahmatullah do not lose hope in Allah's mercy. Do not lose hope in the forgiveness and the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala Varma from Allah Zilla Jen, don't lose hope in Allah, our Creator, our sustainer, our provider, our protector, our safety guard,
right, our shield, our, you know, Allah Subhana. Allah is the one who provides us with happiness, with joy, with feelings, with emotion, with family, with life, with food, with clothing, with electricity, with shelter with heat, with warmth, with air conditioning with transportation, so many things Allah Subhana Allah has provided for us, he tells us, those of you who have transgressed and he says, Oh, my servants, my servants, he doesn't say Oh, nonbelievers. Oh, you know, people who've rejected me No, he says, Oh, my servants good. Yeah, he baddie and he says it in such a beautiful way. gulia Reba The lady in a slow food,
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do not lose hope in the mercy of a loss of hanaway to Hannah. In Ohio funeral No, no Belgium era for a loss certainly forgives all sins.
In one of our food, Mahi him, he is indeed all forgiving, Most Merciful.
Allah subhanho wa Taala is calling out to us. He knows that we commit sin. He knows that we sometimes have lived outside of our boundary of what we can afford. He knows that we've gone and done things that he is not pleased with. He knows that we are not even happy with what we've done. A lot of the time, people will commit sin, they commit the sin and they stop immediately because of the shame that's there. They feel ashamed for having disgraced themselves standing before Allah subhana wa Tadd. And so Allah reaffirms within us, the fact that he's merciful. The fact that Allah subhanaw taala will never abandon us will always be there, and His mercy will continue even for
those who dis obey Allah Subhana Allah, he still provides a look out my window. And the majority of the homes that I see across the street from me are filled with non believers.
But they have homes.
They have vehicles. They have beautiful gardens, they have satellites, which means they have TVs and they have the access to the internet and so on and so forth. They have two stories. They have garages to park their cars. They have bicycles, they have barbecues they have fridges and stoves stove is fridges and stoves.
They have fridges and stoves and washing machines and dryers and dishwashers. Some of them have maids and you know cleaners that will come and clean their homes. They have gardeners that will come and look after their grass and their lawn.
Trim the trees, right Subhana Allah look, Allah is providing even for those who disbelieve
His mercy extends he's providing for them here.
luxuries enjoy because they choose that
we can have those luxuries enjoy as well.
But we believe knowing that Allah subhana wa tada will give us even more. And at times when Allah restricts, as he mentioned in verse number 52, at times when Allah subhanaw taala restricts those bounties and blessings. Don't despair. Don't despair.
At times when we've we feel extremely low knowing that and people always come and say this to me, like I know this is a punishment from Allah, how do you know that this is a punishment from Allah? They're like, Oh, because I did this and then that then oh, you know the sins that I've committed in my past. Now Allah is punishing me for it. Now Allah doesn't need to punish you hear. Allah can punish us in the hereafter. Whatever comes to us accept it, embrace it as a blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala as esters. Well, I know. I know very well, it's easier said than done.
But we have to accept from Allah subhana wa
letak Natoma matenda. Don't lose hope in the mercy of a conduit ahead for Allah certainly forgives all sins. You've committed a sin in your past that you're ashamed of.
You haven't made Toba yet. Now's the time to make Toba. You've made Toba already, and hamdulillah move on with your life and move on with your life. You want to remove the sins in addition to the Toba, you want to seek
confirmation from Allah subhanho wa Taala that those sins will not come back to haunt you on the Day of Judgment. Giving sadaqa give more in South Africa. And I don't mean just giving wealth. My brothers and sisters when I mentioned the word sadaqa don't immediately think of the pocket. Start thinking good deeds. When you hear the word sadaqa think good deeds, kind word smiling, saying something nice, helping another person assisting someone giving them a ride, putting things in their car, cleaning around their house, you know, just giving them some food. Those are all acts of charity, acts of kindness, that sadaqa
so you want to follow up the Toba with extra good deeds why because for indle has entered you the eveness so yet
good deeds erase the sins of our past.
And this is where you know some have a lot of probably use this tonight as well as a reminder, when we're asking to give for the sake of Allah subhanho wa to add give as much as we can to erase what we've done in the past.
In never would have afforded Rahim Allah Subhana Allah Allah says he is indeed the all forgiving, Most Merciful, Allah, Allah. What more do we want from Allah Subhana widad
we actually feel ashamed to ask Allah for more.
He's given us so much. I wish I had my phone to show you this picture.
But I'm using my phone to livestream
I've mentioned my friends said Raj to you quite a few times.
He was my roommate in my first year of studying in Medina at the Islamic University.
She said Raj,
I messaged him the other day, you okay, but
he said, just keep the door open here for the doorbell in case someone comes in.
She said, Raj.
I messaged him the just about three or four days ago. I said, I've been thinking
because he sent me a picture of these like an over a, a vessel like a ceramic
ceramic bowl. And he said this is what we use to put water in it. They call it a berada which is basically something you put water in it in order to keep it cool, right? Because the ceramic will stay cool inside shade of the home.
So he says this is what we use to put our water in. So I started thinking I said, You know what? Does he even have tap water in his house? Or do they have to go to a well to get their water?
I sent him a message this shift.
Where do you get your water from?
Do you like Do you have a tap that you can open? Just give me a second. I'm home alone with my daughter. I think someone's at the door.
Shawn, Is he gone?
Is he still there?
Did you say
that sorry, someone came to the door. My good friend Sean came to the door. He was online just now, Sean, I saw you online. I saw you log in at least and Subhanallah you're at my door. I don't know, if you're streaming in your car, there's your streaming Jazakallah heighten Allah subhana wa Tada, bless you and your family and grant you the best of this dunya and the best of the athlete. And
so I messaged six, Raj.
And I asked him, I say, you know, do you have a top in your house? Do you get watered, like directly through pipes? Or do you have to go to a well, so he sends me a voice message. He says, that would hamdulillah we're good. You know, we he says the majority of the people in our town, they get their water from the well. But we have a tap. He says I'll send you a picture of it. My brothers and sisters, if you see the top, if you see the tap, I can, I can guarantee the majority of you will be like, how can we help?
How can we help? So Pamela, all it is, is a one inch pipe, a one inch pipe this high in the corner of you know the courtyard of their house, just coming out of the ground. Okay, just as a one inch pipe coming up about you know, two feet off the ground with a spout and a tap. That's the only tap in the entire house.
Right? And so they go to this and it's just a dirt ground, right? So they go to it, they fill it up with you know, if you need to go to the bathroom, and you need to fill your Lota right, you all know what a lotta is. So you go and you fill up your loadout from that, and then you go and you use the bathroom. If you're thirsty and you want to drink water, when you come over to it, you open the tap and you drink water. And if you need to cook and you need, you know, water, then you go to that and you open it and you take your water if you want to shower when you go and you fill up a bucket, and you take your bucket and you go and you take a cup and you pour the water over you.
One tap. And he's like Alhamdulillah we're blessed our house, he says and hamdulillah we managed to get, you know, a tap installed in our house. So we have tap water. That's what they call tap water. And he's like, but the majority of the people in his village they just use you know, the wild water they go to the well and they get the water.
And how many times do we go to the bathroom fudge out of time we wake up we go we turn on the water, we wait for it to warm up because it's too cold, then the water warms up and we're like taking our time we're sleepy and it's like
gushing out and we take it for granted.
We take it for granted.
You had a loss of hanaway to Allah has given us so much that we like I said take for granted we just let it go again, okay, this is normal for us. We're so entitled. And then for others, they have a little bit and they're so thankful. They keep saying Alhamdulillah they're like, you know, Mashallah, we're blessed. We have a tap. And like, What do you mean, you're blessed? You have to shower with a bucket and a cup. Like, yeah, hamdullah we do, we don't have to go to the weld to get the water, we just, we haven't in our home, we could just open it. And really, it's a blessing when you think of it, you know, if you just think of staying at their home, to be able to not have to go
out in the morning and get water from the well. I remember doing that when I was young. So Pamela, I studied in a school where we most of the time, we didn't have water and we'd have to go to the well, especially in the morning at fudger. And we were unwell duty, we would take those big buckets and go and get the water and bring it back. And every single student had one cup, one cup of water to make will the width. That's it.
That's it. You want to use the bathroom wait until the water turns on later on in the day when the pump starts to work. So Pamela, right. There are people who live like this every single day in, you know, people who we know really well.
And we take it for granted that we have all of these things that allow us to and has blessed us with, you know, just the device that we're looking through, or looking at just the device itself.
Sometimes costs more than what some of these people make in a month, two months, three months, four months, five months, six months.
I remember some of my, you know, classmates when I was studying in Medina.
Some of my
classmates would tell me that like, dude, we need only 100 US dollars a month to sustain our entire family, all of our children groceries, electricity and everything. Just $100 a month. It's like $100 a month. They're like, yeah, $100 a month is enough for an entire family. And look at us. Like, I don't want to give a donation of $100 because it's so small other people are giving $1,000 donation. I feel bad giving $100 donation.
Right. Some people think that way. And I know the majority of us are not thinking that way. The majority of us are like $100 a lot of money. Right? $100 is tough. $100 is tough.
But when we go out to eat, we'll spend $100 on the family for food. And when we say Allah subhanaw taala needs $100 from you. Yeah, you know
I'll take a rain check. I'll take a rain check on that. panel.
How are we as human beings What are we doing for Allah subhana wa. And he calls out to us so beautifully. When he everybody a lady in a slot for HANA.
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and then in verse number 39, of Let's skip to switch off. Okay. Surah
verse number 39.
Allah Subhana Allah Allah says all my people, yeah, call me in number herdy higher to dunya Of course this is the messenger right? saying this.
Allah subhana wa to Allah says that he calls out all my people. This worldly life is only a fleeting enjoyment, whereas the Hereafter is truly the home of settlement once again. affirmation that this dunya is not going to be forever. Whoever does an evil deed will only be paid back with its equivalent manner. Amina is saying he at Fela youjizz evil mithila
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Allah Subhana Allah says, Whoever does an evil deed
will only be paid back with its equivalent.
So sin equals a sin
and whoever does good Allah Subhana Allah says madonnina Sania mean that carrying on
whether male or female doesn't matter, gender is irrelevant. And this goes to show us Allah Subhana widin is not saying to the men, hey men, you know what, you do good deeds, Mashallah you get this and that? No, he's saying, Don't judge each other. Don't think you're better than someone else. Don't think that your gender supersedes the other one and so on and so forth. Know, Allah Subhana Allah is saying you do a good deed, whether you're male or female.
And you are a believer.
They will enter Paradise, where they will be provided for without limit
provided for without limit. In this dunya we're limited Our time is limited. Our wealth is limited. Our you know, hair is limited, right? Our eyesight is limited, our heartbeats until the limited time and it's done. Everything is limited, right?
Even the cars we drive they go to a certain limit on us you drive a Tesla and electric vehicle a call us call us right? As soon as you're done, you're done. You can't go any further right? You can't just go to your trunk and like pop some more gas in there. No, you're done. Right? Everything is limited. This class is limited. The timing for Salah is limited. The Quran, a limited amount of number of words, words and chapters and sewer, right? There's limits but in the era, no limit,
no limit and the way Allah Subhana Allah created it and designed it
Is that we will only do things that are in the obedience of Allah Subhana Allah to add,
we will only do things that are pleasing to Allah as Elijah. And we will not do things that he is displeased with.
So my brothers and sisters, when we read through the Quran, you know, one of the things that I have been encouraging us to do this month, is to try to understand the blessings and bounty of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And if you really want to know a little bit more, go to verses number 67 until the end of the page, right 67 to 77.
And I'll just go through very quickly in sha Allah, Allah.
Allah Subhana Allah talks about our creation, and how He created us, right? He's the one who created you from dust, then from the sperm drop, then developed you into a clinging clot of blood. Then he brings you forth into infants, right little child.
You want your mom you want you can't stand you can't do anything right little baby, little baby, you baby.
Right? She was a baby. Now she's big girl sitting there watching me right. Pamela, you know, brings you forth as infants so that you may reach your prime and then you become old. Though some of you may die sooner, reaching an appointed time limit once again. So perhaps you may understand a lost power.
He is the one who gives life and causes death. When he decrees a matter he simply tells it to be and it is Kuhn fire Kuhn. And then Allah subhanaw taala says verse number 69 is sort of offered. Have you not seen how those who dispute Allah signs are turned away? Those who reject the signs of Allah Subhana Allah, they reject the laws so agenne he provides for us so many ways to recognize him in this dunya but people reject him. He says they are the ones who reject this book, and all scriptures we sent our messengers with, so they will know the consequences. When shackles will be around their necks and chains on their legs. They will be dragged through boiling water than burned in the fire
as fuel. Then they will be asked, Where are those idols you used to associate with Allah.
They will cry.
They have all failed us. That's what they will say they have all failed us.
They worshiped other than Allah and they will complain to Allah, those gods, those idols, those statues, those things those beings that they worship, they all failed us. In fact, we did not invoke anything real before.
This is how Allah leaves the disbelievers to stray.
They will be told this punishment
is for being prideful on Earth, unjustly and for acting arrogant me enter the gates of hell to stay there forever, then evil home for the arrogant. So be patient, oh Prophet, surely Allah promises true, whether we show you some of what we threatened that were caused you to die before that to us, they will all be returned, all returned to Allah. And we start off in these stages and we live our life. Ask yourself in the beginning stages up until we were children, right and then got into the teenage years, how were those years? They were awesome. They were amazing. The dunya didn't matter to us so much. And then we transitioned
we started to focus more on things and started to focus less on our creation as a human being. ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to guide us and grant us the best of this dunya and the best of the alcohol to protect us on the day of judgment and make us from amongst those that are placed in the highest levels of paradise. ask Allah subhana wa tada to accept our days of fasting and our nights of prayer and recitation of the Quran in our do. We ask Allah subhana wa wihtout to allow us to end this month of Ramadan with complete and full forgiveness and pardoning of our sins. Does that come along with Hayden my brothers and sisters, about a colossal fee come for attending?
Please do remember that we're going to be live once again at 945 tonight in sha Allah Allah from the Islamic community center of Milton, so we hope to see all of you there to Xochimilco Haven, I think we have half a deal with us tonight if I'm not mistaken. So he's going to be reciting some color and for us and also addressing us with Sheffield as well and myself. So please do join us I think shake with Eva is taking taking some time to himself tonight if I'm not mistaken, but if he's there, I'll handle a bonus to Zack Hello
And we'll see all of you soon subhanak level mob will be handing initiative. We learned a ton of stuff you're going to be like my Santa Monica monumental.