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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah while he was happy on my one hour by Mr De La obrigado Welcome to this Synopsys of sua cough, understanding the soraa its background, what we suppose to understand from it and take home, you know, the take home message of the surah and then covering as much as we can of the themes of the surah and the lessons contained in between it either I will endeavor to cover as much of the surah as possible in this episode. Now, first and foremost, I like to give an introduction before teaching a surah the understanding they have to give it a context in terms of the message you know, so that we can understand way this message was

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revealed, when it was revealed and therefore, understand how we should take the message itself. Now, what I refer to yours specifically, is the idea of a sort of being mucky or maddening for those of you who are hearing this for the first time, so on in the Quran as a division, which is called MKI and madonie. And even though this these terms are named after mark and Medina, they are not, they are not divisions of space, you know, it's not like that which was revealed in Makkah, that which was revealed in Medina, but rather there are divisions of time. And the defining point is the Hydra so that it was revealed before the Hydra is referring to the mucky swamp, that which was revealed

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after the hegira in referring to the madonie swamp.

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So or being the plural of the word surah. And this is important because the context of the period before the hedgerow and after the hedgerow is very different. We'll get to that in a moment. And the reason why this is a time division and not is space division is simply because when it comes to when it comes to where they will review, a surah could have been revealed in Makkah, but around the fourth hamaca period. So that would have meant that it's actually a madness, right, even though it was revealed in Macau close to Makkah. And you know, this is this is very important because, as I said a moment ago, the context in Macau is different from Medina. The context in Makkah, was that

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the believers were a minority. The ruling party was of course the kurush and the predominant audience of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam were a disbelieving, mushrik audience and idolatrous audience.

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The period in Makkah, in Medina was defined by the fact that the Prophet Allah said to Sam now had an established community, the Muslims were the ruling the ruling citizens. And the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam was the political leader, the religious leader, in every respect to the word, being a leader of the community. So in Makkah, we find the verses being much more simple. In its in its content. We don't find verses dealing with law implicate laws. And we don't find implicate forms of a bad because the worship of the believers was a bet of belief and simple worship. When it came to the period in Medina now that the belief was firmly established, they could move on to the more

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physical act of worship, and many of the laws that we know like fasting and the like, was actually revealed in Medina,

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which is quite late after the revelation began.

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It's also important to understand that the verses are going to cater to the audience. So the McKey verses are somewhat more rhythmic, the rhymes more, and they are shorter, because the audience had a very short retention of focus. So they could only retain the focus for a short period of time. And often what the disbelievers would do is they would run away from the poor and resuscitation because they were scared that they'd be influenced by it, so that we even put the fingers in the ears and the poor and mentions this. So by the time they would run away, put the fingers in the ears, they would have heard a few verses or at least one verse of the Quran being recited.

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The believers also knew in faith, so in the muck, and so on, they had to first establish the man before they were ready to give up certain practices that they were accustomed to, to give up certain traditions that they were used to and to implement new lifestyles. That was quite difficult. But once they reached Medina after the hegira they were no longer just the IU ns as Allah refers to them in McCann verses but they were now you are living in Amman Oh believe it because the Eman was firmly established. So that is a background we look at sort of

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it's a longest so far. It's the longest surah and we know it's a mucky surah because it begins with the the

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Little cough, which is from the sorrowful popat this this is usually translated as the abbreviated laters, or the calculators in the English language. And the the consensus among the scholars of amateur nojima orthodox Islam is that only Allah knows the true meaning of these letters. All of this sort of beginning with these hopeful Macaca add to these abbreviated letters are in fact McKean origin, except for surah, Baqarah and surah and imraan. These two are very long songs that are found at the beginning of the Quran, they are madonie, and they begin with farofa Macaca, but the rest of them are all mucky.

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And have an interesting fact about the whole form of ATI is that in every instance when Allah brings a letter such as this or a set of letters, then the following verse or verses, usually pertain to Revelation. So in this case, carful per annum muddied off by the majestic core. And

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in other instances, it's about 10 zeal. In other instances, it's about column or keytab, etc, or any form of the process of Revelation. The only two exceptions to this that, that I think is just interesting to note is that of sort of room, and Sora Anka boot, as the chapter named after Rome and the chapter named after the spider.

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But here in this sutra, we find it's the usual practice of a one of the hydrophone lopata, to a set of them, and then mention of Revelation.

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Because of this, some scholars of the poor and we're of the opinion that these letters were part of the poor and challenge, to duplicate or to duplicate or present something similar to the poor. And so this is called, this is called the poor man's challenge because in the Quran, Allah challenges humankind gene Cain, the enemies of Islam, anyone, if you doubt the authenticity of this book, if you doubt the origins of this book, if you think that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam invented it, then simply produce something like that you stain it act like it did use a chapter like it and you know, one chapter is the shortest three verses. And if you cannot do it, and you will never be

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able to do it, then take notice of

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then take notice of the fact that you'll be in the fire and fear the fire now. So this is the HUD the the challenge that Iran presents, and some scholars have the opinion that these horrific attack is part of the challenge. So it's like, you know, you go to people who are experts in the language, and you tell them the latest of the own language, you know, you say ABCD x, y Zed. You know, lm in these are the letters of your own language. And this is just vs composed of those letters, yet, you cannot produce anything like it. And that's an interesting theory, but it remains a theory.

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As I as I mentioned, no one knows the true meaning of these letters as they consist, as they exist yet the beginning of the Soa, except Allah Subhana Allah. Now the interesting theory is that this was a form of announcement to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the revelation is coming. So one description of the revelation process is that it felt like the vibrations of a bell that when a bell rings, if the sound is caused by vibrations, those vibrations then turned into sound. And then that sound was clear to Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and he then recited the verses.

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So these letters were like the beginning of that process, but because it's part of why the prophet Elisha to Islam included in the revelation that was recorded that we know as the Quran today, so these are all the theories with regards to the macaque diet. Another interesting aspect of this as such as many scholars have mentioned, is that you know, the poor and makes you humble from the very beginning. The Quran starts by saying that Islam in Delhi, Calcutta Bulava field is absolutely now no doubt in that's a challenge from the very outset because no, no book in the history of mankind was ever was ever honestly written by an intellectual human. And, and began the first page by saying

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there's absolutely no doubt a mistake in this book. But Allah Subhana Allah is of course Allah is divine, and he can make such a claim. Furthermore, the poor and also start off with alpha meme. So you have sort of Fatiha and you have Alif Lam Meem Valley, Calcutta. So when you when you come to the Quran, with a purely intellectual approach, it gets you humbled right from the very beginning because no matter what you do, you're not going to solve the mystery of Allah philomene only Allah knows the meaning of these letters. And similarly with cough was any other sort of beginning with his horo pharmacopoeias

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They are known to Allah azza wa jal, Tony that humbles us that we come to this book as the servants of God Almighty, the servants of Allah, is that you are jealous. Now, now that we've given a brief background of the Division of machi madonie, and we've spoken a bit about identity of the surah as McKee, and we've spoken a bit about the Hello from local diet, let's ask the question, what can we expect to find in a Maki surah that makes it that makes it stand out from a Madani? surah? And what can we do with that information. So we've already identified that we will not find detailed and intricate law in the marquee. So I find that predominantly the madness or in the post hegira

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revelation. But the pre hegira revelation, we can expect to find as I mentioned, rhythmic versus shorter versus universals that hit home pretty quickly and appeal straight to the increase of faith. So, in terms of modern items of meaning, our faith would increase by reading the swap, we can expect to find from among the themes that were identified by Chateau de la de la V, I'm allowed to either the reading in scholar

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wrote alfursan, Kabir fuseli, tafsir,

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a book on the principles of of Quranic exegesis, we find him giving us five themes of the Quran. And those five themes are theology, dealing with Swami creed, then it's

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low dealing with the jurisprudence. Then we have at the scheme be Allah Illa Kiba yamina at test Kill Bill mad, the mind is of the favors of Allah Subhana Allah aseem dealing with all of the Nam all of the favors and the heavens and the earth in your in yourselves you know, in our in us as a species, all of the favors of Allah Subhana Allah like in Surah Allah, Allah, it'll be common to get the ban, and the theme dealing with a yummy la reminders of the days of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Referring to the the history of

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the history of the NBA select wassalam and the way they dealt with the people and the people's reactions and the miracles from the time of the item to the time of Rasulullah selection and any form of divine history that the Quran mentions that forms part of this theme. And lastly, in no particular order, of course, there's the theme of eschatology or a turkey bill my add reminders of the after this eschatology essentially means the study of death and what comes after this. So this is one of the major themes in the Quran. So in the in the mucky sore, we expect to find all the themes except for cam, so the sword will deal a lot with theology, belief in Allah and how we should

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believe in Allah Subhana Allah either, it will deal a lot with Allah Allah, reminding us of the famous of Allah

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will do a lot with a common law, reminders of the days of a lot of divine history, and it will deal a lot with eschatology. Now for each theme, we could go, we could go any at length in explaining and defining what the purpose of each theme is, you know, the suburb of each theme, and yet we're not referring to the suburban school of a particular idea. But the macro suburb, as shower Lila, from Allah, Allah refers to, like, what's the purpose of on the theme of divine favors? And what's the purpose of the theme of divine history? And what's the purpose of the theme of eschatology? Now, in this particular surah, surah, cough, it predominantly deals with one theme, and that is eschatology.

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So as a whole, you're not speaking about individual verses here. But as a whole, the surah deals with at DEF key bill, Matt, reminding us of death and what comes after death. In fact, it's like a narrative of the, the the temporal nature of this world, and that we're going to die and that we're going to return to the after. And then what happens in the after, and it's a serious reminder of that. It's actually a scary reminder of that. So, we have to find, you know, how do we deal with this theme of the Qur'an.

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So, why am I doing this? Because this type of understanding will apply not only to drop off, but to every other occasion where we come across the theme of eschatology, you open up any surah anytime, if it discusses the theme of eschatology, your death and what comes after death, then immediately these lessons will apply. How do we deal with it? What's the purpose of it? I found these lessons to be profound personally because

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when studying the Quran, and looking at individual verses, you develop a micro understanding. Now that you understand each verse individually

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Or perhaps a set of verses. But by understanding the Quran thematically, and knowing what to do with the themes of the Quran, I was I was then able to make sense of its relativity, and relevance in my own life and in the times that we find ourselves in. So by understanding what to do with an entire theme, you know how to fit the verses into your own reality. So with eschatology, we ask, what's the point? What's the purpose of talking about death? And what comes after death? What's the purpose of talking about Jana? And Johanna? What's the purpose of talking about the young will pay me the hash of the national, the anab of the public, you know that they have judgment? The Gathering the opening

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up of the scrolls, the judgment process, the punishment of the grave, the scales, the path, if you'd walk over, you know, what's the purpose of all of this?

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And the answer,

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if we really think about it, is found in how these verses naturally affect us or affect us. So how do you feel when you read verses about gender? Besides feeling happy?

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What What does it do to you? And how do you feel when you read verses of Johanna? And again, besides feeling sad or scared? What does it do to you? So if you really contemplate and think about this, and I actually recommend that that if you are viewing this attempt that you would find that these verses predominantly brings about serious motivation.

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The verses, which speak about the pleasures of the often motivates us with love, with hope, with mercy with inspiration, and the verses that speak about the domains of their often motivates us with fear, but essentially, it comes down to motivation. You see,

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ism is a way of life. But how do we become motivated to implement that way of life? If we do not have a system of motivation? If our only if our only access to Islam? is these are the laws do it? Why would we do it? Why would we stay away from what we supposed to stay away from and do what we are expected to do? So Allah Subhana, Allah has this built in system of motivation in the Quran, and this is through the verses of eschatology,

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psychologists, psychologists teach us that we are motivated as human beings, by fleet and by benefits. So we are motivated to avoid threats at all costs, then you're motivated to attract benefits at all costs. And these incentives, you know, positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, these incentives are, are they so that we can continue along whichever path we decided to take? So along the path of the sirata, Mr. theme, the motivation is to attain Jannah and ultimately the pleasure of Allah, and to avoid the Hellfire and ultimately the displeasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And when you understand that this is the purpose of this entire theme, then you

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can contextualize each and every verse that fits into this theme. So if you come across a verse of Jenna and jahannam, you automatically now understand what these verses are supposed to do to you. It's not just about oh, wow, Gemini, so amazing. And oh, some handle agenda me so terrible. It's actually the, to build your motivation, to follow the laws of Allah Subhana Allah and to stay away from inspiration. It's there to build your motivation to continue to spur on, you have sovereign on the straight path. And this is quite profound, because

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what many people do is they become a bit imbalanced. They either sway more to the agenda side of things, and the only one motivation through that, or they sway more to the jahannam side of things. And, you know, they preach fire and hell and brimstone all day long, because they believe that's the ultimate motivation when the reality is that Allah Allah caters for both equally In fact, because he knows us based, he's our Creator, and he's programmed as to be motivated by these two things, to want to avoid harm, and to and to go to Woods benefit. And in this he strikes a balance. So in the verses or in the theme of eschatology, or at the Caribbean ad, we actually find that Allah Subhana

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Allah strikes this balance quite beautifully. In that he always you know, as, as as law whenever he speaks about Hellfire, he balances that discussion with general human and if he speaks about human speaks about Hellfire when he speaks about the outcome of those who do

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Good, he speaks about the outcome of evil, and vice versa.

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So we shouldn't become, we shouldn't become too obsessed with one side of the scale within we will form an imbalance. And the Prophet lsfo salaam basically taught us through several narrations with several teachings at elemental Bane unhealthy Raja. Nothing silly in that one formula. But scholars have compiled this, this,

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this idiom, simply to to, to summarize various teachings of Islam that faith should be found between fear, pain and healthy between fear, Raja and hope. And if you can strike that balance, you'll be well motivated to have too much fear, it becomes so fearful that you think there's no hope for you anymore, you might as well just give up. And if you become too hopeful, you might just be so hopeful that you ignore all your bad deeds, all your sins and go straight for you know, I'm gonna get gender no matter what. But faith is actually between the two of them. So when we deal with this subject in the poor, and we find that this balance is struck quite beautifully, if your only exposure to poor

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Anna is through a scholar, or through lectures, and so forth, then it's going to depend on that person or that lecture or that scholars own motivation. If that person is more inclined towards just giving talks about hope, then that's the way you're going to be persuaded as well. And if the converse is also true, if your exposure to the operand is from the Quran itself, you know, at least sometimes, then you'll find that there's always a balance, that Allah subhanaw taala strikes fear in your heart, and then gives you hope. We give you so much hope in the next fear in your heart because your faith is to be balanced between that too and that's beautiful. So whenever you open up the port

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and you read and you come across the theme of eschatology in Arabic, of course, you're supposed to understand that and then it will be programmed into you to be more motivated to move on. So that was a very, very long introduction

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to not even the the sutra itself, but just the theme of eschatology. And as I said, This is all because the theme of eschatology forms a great part of this particular surah. In fact, we can categorize the surah as a sample of eschatology in the Quran. What we'll do now is read through each and every verse word for word in the light of Allah, and then hopefully play the surah as well so you can understand or attempt to understand the meaning they have, as it is recited

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and make the intention that Allah Subhana Allah grants us that motivation to do good and stay away from evil. Through the verses of the Quran and this beautiful theme that he has in store for us. I begin to believe him in a shaytani regime I take refuge in God from your case and Satan is Malay In the name of Allah in the name of God, a rough man All Merciful Abrahim, the Especially Merciful, All Merciful because his mercy at least this one portion of it one portion of 100 campuses everything in existence from the beginning of time till the end of time. And our Rahim Especially Merciful because this other 99 portions represented by Rahim is specially especially reserved for the believers on

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the day of judgment and in the after. So behind Allah off

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later, if you go hydrophone, no copyright no one knows its meaning besides Allah, Allah or Anil Majeed by the majestic or an Bell ijebu are they amazed or other they are amazed and a home that comes to them when they run a warner mean home from among themselves? This refers to the Quraysh who were perplexed that someone from their own people, Yanina be Mohammed Salah SLM could be sent by Allah Subhana Allah as a warner to them. Now, I mean, think about this, if you if you have someone from your own family, all of a sudden change and they become somebody who's now wanting the rest of the family about something, it's not very easy to accept

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all and kaffee Runa. So the disbelievers they said, have a shake on a Jeep, this is something amazing.

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So the word use the jeep. And I've also used this to title the presentation off of the amazed. I'm sure you heard your lectures and your teachers

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and assistants in your organization. Using this expression quite a lot. I know at least one or two sisters in the organization uses this word all the time. A g a g a g, and this is because they get it from the teachers and the teachers get it from the teachers.

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And it's something that's employed in the Arabic language, and it's something that's inherited from the poor. And so the word I Jabba

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is using operands. And it's also used in handy, like algebra and geometry. Amazing is the method.

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So it doesn't only mean amazing, you know, no word in Arabic means exactly the same word in English, there's always some nuances of meaning. This word means strange. It means incredible means amazing. It means wonderful. But it's kind of like the expression when we say, Wow, amazing that, whether that be in a positive sense, Wow, that's amazing, or whether they'd be in a negative sense, like, you know, amazing, I can't believe it. So a Jeep comes in that manner in that meaning. So the disbelievers couldn't believe that Rasulullah saw Selim is genuinely a messenger from Allah behind him with Ida eval mithuna. They said, Isn't that when we will die? What could not Robin and we

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become dust, Valley carajo and buried. That is a far fetched, far fetched deduction that is returned, it's too far fetched for us to believe that we're going to die, we're going to become bones we can decompose you can become dust and then we're going to be alive again. So one thing we need to learn about with regards to the operation and the rejection of the message of Rasulullah saw Selim is that number one, they rejected, having to worship only one God, it never problem with worshiping Allah insha Allah and Allah Kasama YT will hold on Allah, if you ask them who created the heavens and earth they would say Allah. They didn't know Allah, they believed in Allah they

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worshipped Allah. However, they also entered to worship the other gods, the false gods, the representations of who they thought Allah wise. And this is of course, completely against Islam. And the second most incredible thing for them it is incredible. I mean, literally, incredible, difficult to believe or impossible to believe. They found that belief in a life after death was just too far fetched. How can we be brought back to life after we die? I mean, that's just insane, is what they thought. So Carla had a she had a shaman it, this is something incredible, it's amazing. And then allow Susie's, but it will, you know, they'll they are amazed, they are dumbfounded about this, but

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it is something amazing and that is Allah, Allah Subhana Allah is

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at aqualisa inquiry is powerful of everything. So this is highlighted here. Now this very this very aspect of Eman you know, belief in life of faith, this is going to be highlighted now throughout the show. This was the introduction. They found this difficult to believe now let is going to actually spell out this process for them. Be in the light IRA.

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Papa alumna Martin pasilla, or demean him windy Nikita will have you And indeed We Allah we know. And of course we refers to like Allah subhanaw taala alone will pronoun we like a king speaks of we, we know Martin coos will do what the earth takes away from them mean home from them wearing dinner, and by us is keytab and haffi. We have a comprehensive record. Let allies here referring to

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how Allah Subhana Allah will take their bodies The earth is going to be swallowing them up, they're going to be decomposed. Yes, all of that is true. But this is not lost to Allah. All of this is being kept track of Allah Subhana Allah Allah. And we know that Allah azza wa jal knows everything. We know that the angels record our deeds, but we should also be aware of the fact that our own skin our own limbs are being distant many to or against us, and that the very earth we walk upon his testimony for or against us, but it can double bill happy rather they deny the truth, they deny the truth of the core and the truth of Islam. Lamb magia, whom when it comes to them, a home family

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marriage, so they are in a state of confusion. They're confused about this, they don't know the reality Flm young guru LS center. Now let the Enter points the attention towards the the favors of Allah, the divine favors around them for in the creation of Allah. If you look with the with a particular open eye, you will find a lie or find that the Maha Luke or the loo alcoholic that the creation will point you towards the creator Flm young guru Do they not look lsms to the heavens above them? Okay, Sabina how we love both It was a young Nana and we beautified Amanda Hammond for rouge and it has no rifts. It has no splits. It has no mistakes. No discrepancies as Allah

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highlights in another Surah Surah mulk really emphatically so if Allah is directing our attention, look around you. You know look at creation cup perfectly it works. Night day day night. Scientists cannot tell us to the minute when and where the sun will rise when the oceans will have what tide when the moon will wax and wane and the phases of the moon at the different times of the year and the weather and so forth, because it all works on a perfect

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it all works and the system of Allah Subhana Allah. So look at this perfect system, this perfect gravity, this perfect combination of gases in the atmosphere,

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the perfect ability of the earth to be a cradle of life, to be able to sustain life, it's all perfect.

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How can you not see Allah Allah carries on and sees what Aldama did in Africa because the earth we split it out what Alpine Africa and we cost in this earth or Alaska mountains are embedded in Africa and Rico's to grow in min Cooley zildjian. If we pay every pay meaning male and female, by each, every type, or every pay, have a beautiful spleen that every type of plant that's beautiful and splendid Subhana Allah, I always make the example of cricket a sunflower seed and a watermelon seed

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to the non expert, they look the same as the one becomes a watermelon and the other becomes a sunflower, despite being put in similar soil and given the same water and under the same sun, because they have approved them, which they've been programmed with by all loves behind them all the data that we'll see that then all of this is a double zero, you'll see the translations is in listen. But double zero cancel the word basara which means to see. So it is a means of sight with Accra and a reminder. So a means of sight gets translated into a listen. But when you lose, you lose the nuances of meaning in the double zero, which means that this is for you to see, and for you to

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take heed of what you see. So when you look you're not just looking for the sake of looking, you're actually gaining some listen thereby insight. And it's important that we draw the English word as close to the Arabic as we possibly can. So I would choose the word and incite with vichara a reminder, the cool the Aberdeen for every servant muneeb turns to Allah every turning seven, meaning for all those who want to turn to Allah subhana wa tada you will find a listen you will find insight by looking at our creation, you'll be reminded by looking at all this creation. And if you want to turn to Allah Subhana Allah, Allah is giving us instruction to follow these, these observations.

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When zelina and we Allah had seen down in a summary from the heavens, man, water, wheelbarrow can placed water for me but now I'm back nabby and we cause to grow with it, generating gardens, well how seed and the harvest grain, meaning the seeds and the grain that grow with the harvest. Now pause for a moment and look at the scene down blessed water from the sky. One so now the Prophet Alayhi salat wa salam is that when it would rain, not always but he's reported to have done this would actually go outside being his upper body, his chest, and allow the water from the sky to attach his body. Because he would say he had a peripheral neuropathy or chemical. So this was just

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with a lot. This just came from Allah now. It's like pure, it's from the sky, it's pure. And what we can learn from that is, the closer we can be to nature, the closer we can interact with nature, the closer we are to Allah, because nature is directly from Allah Subhana with at the moment is a manufacturing process in between the moment is a process in between something is processed, then it's it's more distant from Allah. So we can apply that same principle not only just follow that soon, but in terms of how we eat. If you eat processed foods, you know, like, for example, if you look at the Vienna or Bologna or something like that, you ask, you know which part of the animal Are

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you eating? So you wouldn't know because that's not one animal. Perhaps it's seven different types of animals in different parts of the seven different types of animals. And it's all processed together, and then you get this thing that we think is meat, but it's so far from it. Now, I'm not saying that it's problematic to eat that from a Hillel point of view, but from a theory point of view. And it's so important to highlight this lesson because so many Muslims are super concerned with Hillel. But the same verse that speaks about Hillel also speaks about play. And if we claim to be believers in a less Kalam then we take it hook, line and sinker. We shouldn't only choose some

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parts of the book and leave other parts. So as as a matter of fact, you know, if you consider is the profit center, Sam was so eager to be some to be close to something that was close to Allah in we should always have this principle in our lives. You know, you can even think about it in terms of the Sunnah. Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, if you never ate a certain type of food, certain scholars wouldn't eat that type of food, not because it's impermissible, but simply because they wouldn't know of it as a practice of the prophets ourselves. So they couldn't make that intention that I'm eating this because Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam ate it.

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Now again, this is it's not meant to make us extremists and you know, I'm only going to do this. But if we think about it, he ate wholesome and he ate natural and we should try to do the same if we want to have this quality that Allah highlighted which is mobile again, so water is mobarak

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but then we asked you know is the water that comes into the depth the same as the water that comes out of the sky and Allah knows best. But the point here is, stay as close to nature as possible. For the closer you are to what comes from Allah, the closer you'll be to Allah in this aspect, and of course, we don't become extreme in our application they have

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when Nicola policies and they miss the date bombs by supporting the tool, date bombs, law has fallen, they have like branches.

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Now lead that is filled with clusters of dates. So you're again Eliza is highlighting certain natural phenomenon. So this doesn't directly form part of eschatology. These verses, in fact, form part of death key Allah Allah reminding us of the phases of Allah.

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So at this stage, I need to mention, what is the purpose of that theme? We already spoke about the purpose of eschatology. You've seen a little bit about that, and we've gone on to divine favours. And the answer beautifully is that Hello Subhana Allah reminds us of his divine favors, so that we can grow in sugar, not sugar, just in the sense of you know, 100 Elijah, put it in there, thank you Allah, I'm grateful Allah all praises to Allah, but sugar in this in the true sense of the word, feeling gratitude and thus increasing in Eman, being thankful without tongues in our limbs. So we implement gratitude and then expressing gratitude which is part of that and it'll go on in the near

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me he using all those favors to please Him. But essentially sugar because when we grow in gratitude, we grow in a man the opposite of comfort.

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In gratitude is gratitude. And the opposite of comfort. In in this belief is Eman which is belief. So, you know, it's sugar is close to you, man, to feel grateful means that you feel grateful to a being and that being is Allah azzawajal. So by pointing out all of these favors, you increase a man in him. So that's the one major purpose of pointing out the divine favors. Now, the other major purpose of pointing out the divine favors that's often overlooked, is that when Allah points out these favors, and it's connected to eschatology, it's connected to Jason what comes after death. Usually, Allah azza wa jal is pointing out the natural process of eschatology. He's pointing out the

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natural process that exists not only in human beings, but in everything in production, that is a cycle. It goes around and around. First, it's this then it goes to the next stage, then it goes this and then it goes back. So he points out all these things. So look at what he pointed out so far. He pointed out

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response from FLIR through SMR infocomm the skies that are what I love both

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how there's no mistaking he pointed out the earth and how he spray sprayed it out and put mountains in it and then he causes to grow from it. every type of plant and yo we find

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a process the water cycle is being pointed at double sirata where the chronically when this is an ominous Mr. moussaka again the water cycle is pointed out because comes in the water cycle and but no biggie jannetty will have well has he really recalls the the harvest to come the grains to grow. So the land is dead place it becomes the land becomes full of life. That's the process of life. When knuckle abasi party last fall on kneaded and then the date bombs grow. And it has clusters of dates and its branches. This will be bad. It is a means of sustenance for the slaves and now we're just growing and growing and chicken we thank you thank you for your sustenance thank you for you is

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a nappy balda tomato meter and then we gave life with it without water to build it and a land maintenance that is dead. It's only showing that they can be something did. And because Allah Allah pours his blessings there on your in the little form of water. It causes life to come from again. Kevin follicle hooroo novices like that is coming out like that is you're coming out of your graves. If you think that it's so difficult for Allah to do that, because not only does it all the time this is what Allah is conveying to the disbelievers and anyone who needs this aspect of the man to increase

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excuse me kettlebell problem. Who else have a receiving mode? Now that takes us to the theme of divine history.

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showing us that, you know, there are people in the past who went through the same thing. So are you going to be like them? Look what happened to them? Don't be like them, oh, look at those in the past were successful, be like them and, and have the same outcome, which is essentially what we are supposed to do with the theme of divine history that gives me a Mila when our speaks about the stories of the prophets and the miracles and the the battles and whatever else happened in history, it's not just as a matter of fact or for your information once upon a time they lived happily ever after. It is in fact, fact that we are reliable source, so that you take heed, you take Listen,

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people have intellect

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or people have insight. So, before you before them, the people of Noah

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and the people of Ross Arsenal is the people of the well and the mood. They also be night in the messages can never

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have a receiver demo, as well as what am I doing here? I will know if one route as well as the ad Fado and the brothers are the people have locked?

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us How will he get the Roku back as well as the forest dwellers. People have to back all of these people who lose can never do solar power, all of them belied and denied the messengers. So the warning the threat was realized upon them. So always warning the kuffaar if you're going to do the same thing, the same outcome will be yours, you too will be for haka. alaikum lie. Right. So the the promise of the threat of the after will become realized upon you. Now, this is our divine history works. Now we got three themes of Lacan and, and we saw how they work and how we supposed to think of them. And if you didn't get it that time, go back and listen to that again, because the same

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principle is going to apply throughout soccer and it can be very easy to get lost in Isola, speaking about the ad and the mood and the benissa eel and the loot. And, you know, we're we you know, this is not the book for them. It's a book fast, and I fell into that trap as a student. But once I learned this, the themes of the Quran I was able to relate everything to ourselves and of course, nothing is for me it's all from Allah azzawajal ie Nabeel holtville Oh, one. So were we incapable of the first creation? In other words, ie now will we we are we unable to Hello want to create the first time around? I mean, you exist right now, don't you? Lucky Day to do. What makes you think you

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can recreate You always make the example of Lego if you're a child and you build something of Lego without the plan. Not today's Lego though the old school Lego. Not so intricate. You bought something that was really amazing, but you had no plan to build it took much longer than to break it to breakage, break it up, and then it's a but if you want to rebuild now, you really been through the process so you kind of have an idea of where you're going. So the second time around is easier.

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But Allah Subhana Allah is no difficulty and ease but he wants you to understand as fast as human beings, if it's easy for you the second time around what do you think of Allah who both do the first time and who made you from nothing? Subhana Allah, but whom fee leprosy Min halkyn god no, they are in serious doubt about the second creation, while Nakata holopainen Pena in Santa and we have created human beings we Allah we created human beings when that Allah mama to us, we will be enough so and we know what the souls whisper to them as Anna, I think this is an amazing verse because, you know, we speak to ourselves all the time, not out loud, because then you probably be crazy. Have

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yourself checked out in Sharla. But within we have an internal dialogue, we have our knifes talking to us telling us to do this to do that to stay away from this to stay away from that when it's bad, then that's enough. salomaa when it's good, then that's that's when a call comes in, comes in and it'll become

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the study when it's bad. It's natural amount of be sued that Nuff said the most evil when it when it becomes good, it becomes natural allama blameworthy so that starts telling you you know this is wrong, feel guilty, etc. What becomes enough Sumitomo in that way attack religious takes over and you are only contained with what Allah wants. And you only do with what Allah Allah commands. So your ally saying, we know this dialogue that's happening inside of yourself. This is the most personal thing we have. And I always find it irritating when when I'm sitting in I'm daydreaming. And my wife, for example, would say, What are you thinking about? And at that moment, I think it is

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such an intrusion of my privacy. That is you thinking about anything harm bad necessarily, Allah forbid Allah protect us. But it's just like, that's the only thing that's private in the world we're living in today. People know everything about one another because of social media and the like. The one thing that's still you know, just yours You know, isn't even yours because all no

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about it. It's between you and Allah and always love when Shaka meridian admin would say there's no such thing as alone time with Allah. So there's no such thing as alone time there's only alone time with Allah

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because you're never alone as a Muslim you are never alone You're only alone with Allah subhana wa tada so a low interest you know that he's so aware of our condition and who we are he knows us so intricately How can we doubt that he's going to create us again? How can we doubt that his life after death when acabo Illa human heavily worried we so close to him as we are closer when we Aqaba? We are closer to the Arabic students and see how to deal ILO acabo ojamajo acmella this scale shows degrees of comparison with rapper fanfare for liking for the students of Africans, not just he's not just closer to us, he's closer to us, then I'll drag it away. If he could have just said his query

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is close to us, you know, find me corrib like in Surah Baqarah

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adjacencies are probably closer to him mean then have a little worried than the rope. Yeah, different to the vein. Hello worried the juggle event. Handling worried is the juggle event that's the the most vital vein in our bodies

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to handle our allies closer to us. And again, obviously this doesn't mean physically close. It means that Allah Allah is more way more intimately involved with your creation process you're being then you yourself are, we don't realize the system is happening in our body right now as you're listening to this, you're not thinking about how many times your lungs to complete in your diaphragm in your feet in the direction your lungs is flowing in. You are

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you're only thinking about what you're listening to. You're thinking about how many cells your body shading, etc. So this is Allah He knows us more intricately than we know ourselves. How could we then doubt that he's going to recreate us again?

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via de la palma de la pena aniyah, meenie miney she modified with students receptors to angels, yet aloka will meet him an alien mean whiny Shima on the right hand side, my right shoulder on the left hand side cried they are sitting. So not only is a lot less to us and knows so intimately and so. So intricately. Patty's also assigned each human to angels.

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My elfie the mean, Colin, the human act is no no word, no single word in law except like they he that by that person is our people at it are these two angels who receive they are ever watchful and acted they are ever ready. Often in Islamic books, especially for children, you'd find that they named the angles rocky when the one is rocky with the other one is active. These actually sifat is actually descriptions of both angels. It's not like one is rockier than the other one is it the one only watches the other one is odd. It's actually both of them are people that are watchful and they already so it's like they sitting me you know like if you have a this type of personal assistant

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that you'd have in the past. So everything everything they say that they write down or the coat, the coat the person who sits in the coat and attach it if you would, to this put this angel is sitting there waiting for you to say something and then write it down, then waiting for you to say something and then write it down. There are Hadith that speak about how if you make your best soon after that you make a step farther than they they'll give you a chance to do it is it and this is Hannah law. How intricately Allah knows us. What jack Sakura will note it will now allow us to get into the eschatology going into the angels record our deeds and others, you know, close to us a lot close to

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us so but a theology.

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Now we're going to see this eschatology wedge at Sakura automotive, and the sakura, the pegs the pains and motif of this chair at will come back with all truth. It will reveal everything. So number one, it is fact it's a reality that this will come it's the most inevitable thing for humans. Secondly, it will come with all truth in that the moment you die. I tell you how to heal when the soul reaches the throat. That moment everything that we doubted will become clear because now you'll see the angels and you understand the reality is the off these two kind of law and the death process is called Sakura atonement, which is actually a word that indicates that death is very painful. And

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the prophets I said I'm actually thought lessons on his deathbed when he was dying was showed us that death is painful, no matter who you are. Let Allah grant us an easy day that he cannot continue to hide. That is what you use to try and escape when you have his sword. And certainly it will be blown into the champion Delica Yeoman ye that is the promise to the day of the warning. Why in what is promised why it is straight. So it will happen to reality.

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The budget could do nothing and every soul will come along with it will be set equal or Shaheed they will be angels again. So, one will be driving the person meaning pulling the person along or pushing them along with leading them along or Shaheed and the witness, the witness will be there to testify to what the person did and what they didn't do the sounds like a yo code case, you won't just come in, you'll come in with handcuffs, you know, depending on on your status with Allah Subhana Allah, and these angels will be escorting you. And as we know from Hadeeth as well the angels will take you from death or at the time of death. It could be very handsome, very beautiful, very pleasant. When

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Nancy it Haruka or one nationality national. It could be one nationality, national, amazingly gentle, beautiful angels. There could be one nazjatar horrorcore into the soul out of the body like you rip soak

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cloth through a phone bush alone does

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not by the content we have let in and whether you were mindful of this, you will feel hoffler we're in a state of heedlessness in a state of

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in a state of zombie mode. You are running in zombie mode. You are not in a state of victory. You didn't remember a lie You were just getting on. You lived in the rat race you thrived on the rat race. You know you needed you needed serious wake up call but you just you lived as though this wasn't a reality. You lived as though you're going to be living forever and the dunya you work day and night for the dunya You did nothing for the asherah fragile misery everything was it was a burden for you fasting was a burden for you. This is all just about how much money you can make how quick you can get your next million. We can love what type of car you can drive what type of

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entertainment you can have a brand of clothing you can wear etc. That was it. hoffler just and mindfulness not being aware of a lot. And more importantly in this context, it is not being aware of your own demise. Your own death. Just lived as though you're gonna live forever. across the country. You have like a new way and mindfulness heedlessness Me neither of this FACA Schaffner so we allow reading anger from you Rito, aka your cover. That's how blind they are. That is actually a cover. People become so blind analysis on that day. We remove that cover, like a mask or something we didn't move it over your eyes, we take it off a muscle Okay, so your site or your mind today will be

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hiding like iron. So obviously in the translation, they don't say that because it wouldn't make sense. It says your site is sharp. But the word isn't sharp. The weather is headed I am like a blade. That's house 2020 vision. I hope you heard about the poem. You know why hindsight is 2020 because 2020 really granted us some vision. Allah make us of those who see

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your eyesight will be sharpened that day bacala carino minute person in other words that angel is attached that human angels is have their malady it this is what I have prepared. This is my book. Yeah, every record every day, every word every utterance ltfu Johanna, now the command will come it'll be said Althea throw into Jana. Kula Catherine I need every disbelieving rebellious or obstinate stubborn one. Throw them in Jana. Allah protect us We will never be from among them. Always remember, you know, often we think when we read the Quran if the verse speaks about the kafir, then Okay, that's not us. But the compiler not going to be reading the Quran. So why why

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should we read this must be fast. So how is it relevant to us? It's relevant to us because while we might not be Cofer in terms of how we identify ourselves, our deeds might identify us as to fall over protect us from that. So we can identify with these verses if if I'm a ungrateful person or living my life in a state of hoffler then I'm identifying with identity over coffee and not as a movement.

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Man, not

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the person who is a preventer of good thing when they just try to stop anything, it was good they stopped it, they made things difficult for for good to happen. They put the the blockages the for good to happen. More attending marieb those who are aggressive. I mean, you know, Mark, that means they transgressed when they were aggressive, Marine, and they were causing doubt within people. So if you if you're guilty of any of this, I'm guilty of any of this, too. I prevent goodness from happening, because it's not coming from my organization or stuff coming from my platform on my social media page, to acrovyn goodness from happening because it's not my type of goodness, to

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prevent goodness from happening because I'm not going to get credit for it, too. I cause aggression.

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Do I cause doubt with others simply because of some personal jealousy or ego trip that I have a love for but Allah protect us. These are the ways that we can relate to the verse of these verses. Elijah Allah Allah in those who made Gods besides Allah, and again, a believer would make Gods with a law that I believe in might treat the life as though there's a God besides Allah. They do that when the business becomes more important than the dean. When this when the paycheck becomes more important than the Salah. Then the family becomes more important than Allah, Allah is law.

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And in that way, it's Who are you worshiping? because now you've made your Allah you've made these things as opposed to Allah.

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So they've made another god with with the true God for Allah to feel as happy. Shadi, so cast him in the severe punishment. All occur, you know, he's carrying his attachment, meaning that angel that was entrusted with him will say, Rob banner, oh, my lord man, at the height of who? I did not transgress him. I did not I did not do i do not force this person to do these bad things. I didn't make him do these things. You know, it's not me. What I can kind of feel balandin by it, but this person, alias three, really far off Serato stalking

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pilot alone c'est la simola. They don't argue by me on this person's behalf. But the condemned to LA can be right. I gave you a warning. I gave this people a warning. They had ear warnings. They just turned away.

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So now you bet the whole idea. My word cannot be changed. This is what I said would happen. I said this would happen and now it's going to happen. They're going to go through Gen.

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One that number one lambing Naveed, and I Allah I'm not going to do.

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I'm not going to do any, any injustice to my servants. Now. What am I thinking about? Hold on, this person is going to jahannam Why is Allah say I'm not going to listen to my servants? You see, it would be loan if they don't go to Jana, because then those who don't deserve Johanna, they get all their hard work for nothing. Because they were running on the understanding that these are the lows, I'm going to live by the losers that can go to gender. If at the end of the day everybody just goes to gender then that's not justice any longer. So that would be done unto them.

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And all that that is not going to cause that type of that type of wrongdoing or injustice.

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Yeoman akula day we will say Allah speaking

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unless he is on that day, we will say Lee jahannam to the hellfire.

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hallym teleki

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Johanna Oh Hellfire

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Are you full?

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You fold it

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at the Hulu halloumi moseyed and help I will say

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Are there any more?

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How fun is being personified because it will be alive. It is alive. So Allah calls Johanna place of ambush.

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Johanna jahannam is designed with allas, either less justice,

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to take vengeance and all those who broken those laws.

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And jahannam only duty It was created for

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is to punish those who broke all the zeros.

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China will leave it at you as long as you do your utmost to observe unless you lose. And when you make mistakes to make Toba

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and to always make Toba.

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Allah grant us a Tibetan so high, especially in this month of Ramadan. So fairly scary verse. It's very difficult for me to get through this verse.

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Even even now with a recording,

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even sitting here just by myself with a camera and a laptop in front of me. The reality of this verse is a conversation between God and the hellfire.

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And the Hellfire is being asked by God Allah. Are you full?

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Did you have enough?

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Can you say to your guests? Did you have enough to eat?

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in here Johanna doesn't say No, I'm fine. I'm hungry enough to eat gentleman says need more.

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I need more. Otherwise my hunger hasn't been satisfied.

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Now let's say less often the Faysal gentlemen, amenable Allah means right simple important to always make drama.

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Like Rob Burnett in junior high acidophilus Hasina joaquina I have and save us from the punishment of the Fire and seven times in the morning and seven

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In the evening

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along Nigerian, Eminem, not a lot of Nigerian, I mean a lot of Nigerians or less or less famous from the alpha.

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Then Allah says

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and importantly that that we point out before I tell you what the law says, What did I say right at the beginning in terms of eschatology, that Allah azza wa jal always brings the balance hadn't been enough. Imagine we would just lift at that point now.

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China is angry, but Allah biddings abundance

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because can't be left off with that point because you will die of fear you'll die of depression I think anxiety won't be motivated,

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might be motivated for a while but that motivation will become too much to be solid balances out always is what was defeated Jen Natalie Tatiana,

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and for them watin which is the purpose of Ramadan the purpose of fasting, Allah, Allah Allah, Allah Allah Azza wa Jana Heaven will be brought close to clean for the Allah conscious, high you're buried on before only to travel a distance to go to gender now to be writing.

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Gender will be brought to them they won't have to go to gender law. That's the understanding that we get from you even though in actual Azuma For example, we do know that there's a bit of a travel you know, what's your call levena taco agenda tomorrow, it will be driven to agenda and groups but the the way Jenna will be welcoming to be as the agenda is coming to you and let you read agenda, Allahu Akbar.

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And me too, I do. This is what you have been promised. Because really for every a web for every one turns and he pins to Allah Haffield. If you want to preserve themselves, they they preserve themselves and they pay lows and the chastity for Allah Subhana Medina

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when Hoshyar off man for all of those who feared the sphere is not the same as health. This Kasha is

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I'm glad in the translation. This is a site international

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that the word they use these all because Harsha is different to health is different to Porsche. Porsche is not fear like you would feel a lion. Harsha is the type of fear you would feel for a father figure or for a leader of prestige. You don't fear them like you feel like going or have them. So those who are in or are rough man have the Most Merciful. No, and look at the beauty of the contrast. They are in all civil, they use one of his severe names like shady shadow, disease or something like that. Only uses

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the one

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below hijab, despite being unseen, there's two meanings here. Despite the fact that allies and seen they still feared Allah, they were sending all of Allah, they still observed these lords, as the meaning is, despite the fact that no one could see them at the time they still feared Allah subhanaw taala why Jaya, and they come on the deaf gamma, we call it the muneeb for the heart that turns to Allah, a heart turns all the time I love our so called means. But they had all muneeb a heart that always turned towards the direction of Allah. So even though how to be turned into you know, it goes this way goes that term autism, autism My heart is not in the right place.

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At the end of the day, they bring the heart back to Allah. So the heart as its Qibla the heart as it Qibla May the Qibla of our hearts be Allah

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Allahu Akbar, with the Hulu Ha. Beside Bishara allows it will say the angels will also say it in the intergender. Besides

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peace, imagine Allahu Akbar. Finally, finally, finally off the years of dunya and all the nonsense in this dunya all the trouble and all the work and all the stress and all the bowls and all the depression and anxiety and sickness and disease and war and poverty and crime and lies and cheating and misery and fatigue and you name it.

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It will be saved into it with Salam intergender

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because when you hear those words from Allah, you'll know that once I enter, I will never leave.

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I will never leave it's over.

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The work is over. Now. We can relax and we can be at peace and pleasure.

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Allah make us hear those words. You know, maybe be from the manga

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Others words the deaf gamma Delica yo molho lewd, that is a day that will last forever.

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Forever. You cannot even comprehend for now who Maya una familia for them will be whatever they want in general.

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This is important especially for us to hear because often when we speak about January speak about the God and the grapevines and the date bombs. And for many people it's like you know what? I don't want gardens I want peace. But ps4 and ps 4000 now and Xbox 3 million I want to fly like Superman and I went to chocolate also and I want you know everyone has a different idea of what pleasure is. So importantly is home nyesha una fear they will have in general whatever they want, that whatever they work for, they plan for whatever they wanted in the dunya know whatever they want.

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While I they know moseyed and bass but a lot of that is even more so whenever you want to get and beyond that is more is more. Now there's something very specific that's that's being referred to here. And that is that pleasure that ultimate pleasure in Jannah. We after you've exhausted what you want, Austin Austin Austin you know what the Oscar anymore Elysees now I'm going to give you the ultimate pleasure. And he shows himself to believe it.

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Wow. I can't even begin to explain. You know what I think and what I feel it when I say this, because you can't imagine we can't fathom what this must be like, but that they will come in a little shrimps after the beavers

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and the description is given in detail in Hades. inshallah, you know, we all look forward to that moment, or come alakina kubla Khan. So that was eschatology. Now, let's bring this back to reality. So that we can be reminded, if you don't want to go for that, you know, if you don't want to want to believe that this is reality. Don't you see? That reality exists in this dunya as well that before you there were people who didn't believe or come LACMA cobbler who How many did we destroy before them in accordance of entire generations? Whom I shed to mean whom by Porsche, they were even more intense.

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In terms of the they might they were more intense in terms of the might then these people are not kaaboo filby lad they would travel about in the land that would go up and down on this earth

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how many miles but now do you see an escape for them? Use generations of Alitalia destroyed was so powerful enough evangelical adicross indeed in that is a reminder the mankind Allahu Allah, for the one who has a heart for the one who has a lot. There's a lot in this verse. But you know, just to to receive it doesn't say for the one who can understand or the one who can hear the one can think for the one who has a heart.

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Oh Allah Kasama or throws anything deviating while we're Shahid was dealing with this? Well, aka the Holocaust somewhat and we created the heavens while other than the Earth mama Bina home and everything in between the heavens and the earth. 5030 am in six days. Why mama sent me lube. And no, Tyrion came our way. This is very important. We don't have a concept of God created the earth in six days and rested on the seventh that will be left that is completely against the Islamic belief. Now Allah created in six days Yes, but no, no fatigue comes his way. Let that fusina to Allah No, no slumber seeds as you know any sleep.

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phosphate allameh Kowloon so Mohammed sauce and M and O believers have sobered the patient with regards to what they are saying, are some Bethlehem the Arabic and declare the perfection of your Lord and His praises public deliberations before the rising of the sun or popular lube and before the setting of the sun. Say Subhana Allah will be handy, say Subhana lower hungry no la la la la la la

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Don't worry too much with what they are saying have Saba

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and this declaration is one of the evidences one of the many evidences that the best times to make Africa and remember Alain abandons his political regimes before the sun rises between fashion and sunrise a cappella group and before the sun sets are between acid and melody

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Amina lelee and in a portion of the night, so in the middle of the night is the best time to make Sala other than the outsider and to make us care and to read Qur'an and making stuff up.

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What about us sujood and make Africa after the sujood meaning after every pain, every for every sooner, pray, pray to Allah and then make da pray to Allah and then make Africa so connect you up by that with these times and with these actions.

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What's the man and listen to him?

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Yo unitel manette listen for listen attentively for the day when a caller will call the mechanic in Korea from from a nearby place.

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Yo miasma owner Say hi to Bill hack the day when they will year the loud shout the loud sound will happen with all truth danika, Yeoman Rouge. That is the day of coming out. That's the second version of the trumpet. That's when the the graves will be ending.

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In one week, we allow we give life we give this Elena mercy unto us is the ultimate return. Yo Mehta, Shaco auto and home Sierra on the day, the earth, the earth will be torn apart, to be torn apart from them. Sarah very quickly, Danica hasharon Elena, I see that will be a gathering it's very easy for us to split up in the mountains to move the seas to set alight to have piano national anthem will be my opponent. We allow we know better with what they are saying. The people who disbelieve we know better than your Mohammed says and we know better than you Oh believers, so don't stress too much about what they are saying. Aleta Elisa, we, Amanda lamb Jabbar and you are

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Mohammed's awesome you're not the tyrant over them as a kid, meaning you can't force them you can't force the issue. But for that kid, battery mind, Bill core and the mind with a score and by half Who are those who fear they fear the threat in the fear they are after. So the Qur'an from this remain a topper and will bat mine for us. If we have a firm belief in eschatology, what happens at this and after this, this or so many lessons are that that it will be vanilla increase our Eman in that Charla Now

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listen to the recitation of the surah. By making dua to Allah to clear your thoughts, clear your mind clear hearts from everything else but Allah and listen with the media, that Allah make you understand the verses as you hear them. Listen closely for those words that you understand.

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Alternatively, try to focus so much that you will know no one's around you and you just watch the translation of the of these words intensely. As you listen with a undistracted half completely focused heart then your phone's off, put it away somewhere if you're watching this on your phone, then put it in flight mode. If you can download it and then put your phone in flight mode, focus and listen and watch as you're facing cases through the surah and as the the reality of the after becomes reality to you. And may Allah Subhana Allah make it a positive reality for all of us. So along with LSAT, the Mohammed Mohammed amin, Solomonic Monica

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