Best of Stories – Study of Surat Yusuf #15

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So I want to talk about getting

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our will do bill. He mean a shame on your bra gene

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will call alimony cu ni

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c money kulu

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Hey Jeff

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Ibiza taenia

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Mela mala f dooney Fiero Ei f stony field. Oh yeah.

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Boo

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Babu al blas

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me wanna Nobita weenie?

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Maybe I really mean well, Paula la Vina jahmene Houma Dec la la banda makeing Luna beaten bita wheelie he will see

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you so far you have seen the ft. fi sabbioni about bald Aki see Manny kulu

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Sabri saburo Naija WhatsApp very soon Bula teen Whoa, whoa whoa la Misa

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nee Jiang Elan, sila homie Allah moon.

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Allah says Allah una seborrheic Nina,

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Pham household Doom further Whoo hoo de su boonie he in Cali

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kulu coloane

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de de de casa

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de Khulna call them to

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Cali Illa Illa de la

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thumb, te

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fi u haul.

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Sua fi

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smilla hamdulillah salatu salam ala rasulillah han earlier savage rain when it comes around to Leviticus.

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We begin the name of Allah whole praise and glory be to Allah Henry's finest peace and blessings be upon His messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his family and his companions and all those who tried his path and here to his guidance May Allah illuminate our hearts and minds with the Quran. Make us people of the Quran Amazonian people of the Quran in the hereafter accompany us in our loneliness with his book then accompany us in the darkness of the grave with the light of his book and accompany us on the day of terror with the security of his book and with the shade of his book on that day, alumni mean

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so we continue inshallah with the best of stories

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the story of use of Allah His Salaam. And in this point in the story we left off with the man being released from prison, the Butler, or the wind server

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being released and forgetting their requests of use of Allah His Salaam to make mention of him of use of to the king. And so he forgot to build our AC need for several years actually.

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And now a lot zoa gel has chosen to open a doorway for Joseph from the prison cell into the king's heart, not just into the palace.

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And so the verses begin by saying it's a scene switch, it says walk on and Melek the king the king said meaning at some point in time One day the king said

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in the Ric meaning in a dream sababa hawtin seven, fat cow semen sababa Hawkins seven seven fat cows being eaten by seven cows that were lean seven skinny cows or lean cows.

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And then another scene he saw seven spikes, like stalks of grain, seven spikes of grain and others.

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That word dry.

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others like them that were dry.

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Oh, eminent ones. He's talking to his royal court now.

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After the funeral Yeah, he explained to me this vision this dream of mine

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in Quinton, Leroy Yarborough if you actually can do what you're supposed to do, which is interpret dreams for me.

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And so the milk saw the milk.

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The King saw the dream.

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I don't know I said milk what it could be because I went through an interesting experience today. I guess I'll just let you in on my inside joke that

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I had a very tiny pepper in my sister's car today.

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That tasted mild on the first bite. And then I took a braver bite. And I realized what habanero peppers really mean. And so I drank milk and it didn't work and I drank heavy cream and it didn't work. But I've just recovered. So maybe that's why milk is on my mind. The King sorry, the king

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asks them about this dream that he is seeing that

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he can't shake off. And that's amazing, right? Allah is the almighty subhanho wa Taala. You could be the king of the country. You could be the head of an empire. And if he wishes to preoccupy you

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to to make you captive have a passing thought of just you know, some nighttime vision dream

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to make you captive of a fly that annoys you and you can't get past the annoyance of a fly. He can do that so kinda hautala because he is as he is he is the almighty you know they asked him this America I'ma Holla

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Holla Holla who do Bab Why did God create flies? Because like flies are just annoying.

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And they seem to be like just so useless. All harm and no benefit. You know, flies just shoot them away and they come back and she didn't when they come back and they just they land and then they lay maggots and they eat trash and they

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just perpetuate so much harm. So he they said to him Why did I love crate flies? And he said to them, levy levy has enough algebra to bend with it the next of the tyrants meaning to humble those who claim to be powerful. He shows them through flies how powerless they are.

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And so look at what allows those that did as you know Dr. Arden Fifi says when our law wish to extract use of Friday's to them from prison. He didn't make the prison walls collapse, right? He didn't send an angel to pluck the soul of the tyrant. You know, he didn't send a lightning bolt to smash and cause the the lock on the gate of the prison cell to explode. And you know, just blow the locks off the cage. He simply caused the king to see a dream as he slept. And he deemed that very subtle event. Enough to rescue you suffer so do Allah he said I'm from the shackles of oppression. You know another lesson in this in this ayah by the way, is that

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a disbeliever may see a truthful dream. a disbeliever may see a an event about the future that is by accurate foretelling of the future.

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And yes, it is true that this is unlikely because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that at the end of time people's dreams will

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will be very common when their dreams about the future will be on board will be common. And the people with the truest dreams are those most truthful as the whole home How do you those who speak most truthfully see the most honest or straightforward or accurate visions? So there is a link I'm trying to say here there's a link between righteousness and

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seeing premonitions about the future for reassurance for subtle guidance from Allah soprano without obviously not legislation, not law, nothing like that. But your righteousness can show you a dream. And it is more likely that you will see a true dream if you're a righteous person. But if you're not a believer at all, it may still happen. For a wisdom Allah knows sometimes that wisdom is to bring them closer to the truth. Sometimes they are truthful and just haven't discovered guidance yet.

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Sometimes, they are being given a second chance to snap out of their dishonesty that they exhibit towards themselves.

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So he saw this dream what is the dream he saw seven fat cows being eaten by seven skinny cows and seven

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stocks

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or spikes of grains I think a stalk of corn or something like that right? And others that were very dry and so what does this mean? So they said to him I'd also lm i'd love means just like a bunch look there's a bunch a bundle of lm

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of mixed dreams glue Yeah, what from raw is amazing.

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Whereas a hidden lamb are dreams that are meaningless. And so they said, they said to him, like you're just confused. They're just some random scenes basically a bunch of mix meaningless dreams.

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Why am I not Nobita? we really mean, and we're not learned in the interpretation of dreams. So the word lm here was used in the wider sense of write dreams from dreams, meaningful dreams and meaningless dreams. And that was what they said to him. And I am moving a bit faster to catch the more important lessons because we recited more verses than usual this evening.

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They said to him, we don't know how to deal with something of this nature. But it's likely that it's just meaningless. That's what they told him.

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It seems to be meaningless dreams. Allah subhanho wa Taala said, we'll call a Latina German Homer, and the one that was saved out of the two of them, meaning the two of them that were in prison with us about a set out, there was the baker and there was the butler. And so the baker, he told me, you'd be executed. And he was and there was the butler or the wind server, who saw himself pressing grapes, he told him, You will press grapes for the king, meaning your job will be reinstate that you'll go back to the king. And so that person who forgot he now remembered what Dakota he remembered, after some time, after a long time with Dakota by dometic, after an omen, an omen means

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a period of time on as many meanings doesn't just mean nation, it means nation, it means example. And it also means a period of time.

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So here it means that he remembered after a long period of time, the one who was freed or who was saved.

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And he said to them, and that when a beat will come between he fallacy to him, I will inform you have its interpretation. So send me forward, meaning what? I don't have the interpretation, send me forward. I just came to mind now where I can get you the interpretation from send me let me go mo Can I go get you the interpretation, meaning from elsewhere.

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And it is kind of crazy, right? That the guy forgot us around a salon there for years.

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And in a moment's notice, it just all the lights get turned on. And that shows you that Allah subhanho wa Taala is in fact,

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of Allah's names and alfetta means the one who is often and always opening things up. Meaning things are always locked. There's nothing is a given, even the simplest things are not Givens unless a law opens them up for you opens up an opportunity opens up a pocket in your brain. And we know that sometimes you're looking for your glasses and you're wearing them. Or maybe it's just me, you're looking for your glass, your keys, and they're in your hands. You know,

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the fact that this man, it was such an experience, unlikely to forget what he forgot. And the moment there was a slight tint just said, Oh my goodness, it's right there. So obvious, even though it's been years, but it was such a powerful experience a powerful memory, that it was so ready to come back, but it wouldn't come back until Allah opened up the opportunity for it to come back. That exchange he had with us about I said, I'm in his memory. And so our memory

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gets activated, our lights get turned on.

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Once the the lightning bolt, if you will of Allah's destiny flashes or Allah sends the command and things start happening, things start opening up. And so the things you remember, also, just extend this to us and other things you remember, and sometimes the things you don't remember,

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are very beneficial to you. Why did I remember this? Now? Why couldn't I remember this prior? You know, be a thoughtful person, why did I forget this

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person?

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or Why did you forget their request, like sometimes this could be a blessing from Allah, that you forgot this pain and that this person caused you? Sometimes it could be a punishment from Allah so that you had a great opportunity, and you just fumbled it until the opportunity fell. And that could be turned around into a blessing right in the long term. But realize that Allah did not allow you to remember, he is the most fair, and he could be helping you along by you being more keen on the opportunities when they come to you. So just be aware of our laws involvement, even in your memories.

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And also, so let me let me

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bring it back now to the man remembering now Yusuf Ali Salam was there a benefit in this?

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Yeah, for sure. There's a benefit in this much more than him remembering Yusuf Ali said when he first came out of prison, because had he remembered Yusuf Ali Salaam, when he first came out of prison use of Elisa Lam could have become the adviser of the king that interprets his dreams. And he the king would have had this one dream right years later, and usually saddam said, Oh, straightforward, it means x y&z

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It wouldn't have been as as impressive, right.

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But what actually happens now is that after everybody failed at interpreting the dream now use Valley Sam set into the picture. And so his status is known this guy is special out of his salon. And so even in that delay was a great number from Allah subhanho wa Taala to distinguish Yusuf Ali Salaam and his skill in the eyes of the king.

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You know, Chef, Amara shukri, once said something very beautiful about this. He said, You know, if the man would have come out of prison, the Butler and just went to the king and said, By the way, this guy in prison, he's, he's pretty good at the stream interpretation stuff.

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The King didn't need him at that moment. So hearing his name at that moment wouldn't have been very meaningful, he could have just ignored it, I don't care I got bigger, better things to do, I've got important stuff to do. It's almost like when you are given, you're not looking forward to someone passes you the business card of someone, but you have no need for that person's business at the moment, their carpentry, their electronic, they don't, you don't have no care for it, what are you going to do, you're probably gonna just throw that business card away, or leave it somewhere till they get till it finds itself into the trash bin eventually. But when you are offered this connect

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with a person that has a skill that you need, right now, you're treated very differently. And so him forgetting until the right moment was a huge number from Allah to slip use of La Salaam into a very exclusive circle in the king's court.

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So he goes off to use of Alexa he sent me they sent him off. And he goes to use a valet service is used for use with the use of also the IQ.

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And we spoke a little bit about so the heart was so direct means.

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So deep, is roughly translated as a confirmer of truth. But that's one of two things. So df is someone who is consistent, adherent to truth.

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So he's always honest, that's why the province also I'm setting the height of Miss Earth, as well as the Rodriguez Dakota hiratsuka directive and the lies of the person will insist on being honest. Insist on said, until a law

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has him written with him with a law as it should be. So someone who is always speaking the truth. The other meaning of so do is that you confirm the truth of others. And there is a relationship between the two that maybe at another time we can speak about because you are you have a heightened sense for truth, like I will book this will do. And so you are able to sense truth by virtue of it being spoken.

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So he said to me, so he saw us with truthfulness. And he said I mean prior right when he was in prison with him. So he said to him, Yusuf, oh man of truth, explained to us seven fat cows being eaten by seven skinny cows, seven green spikes of green and others that are dry, so that I may return to the people. He didn't say the king said the people.

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So they will know

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about this or about you. And that's really interesting, isn't it? Because

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he didn't tell the king where he was going. He said, Send me let me go get you the interpretation. And then he comes to use a valet Solomon says to him, tell me the interpretation of this, he didn't tell him that it's the king's dreams. So you know, some scholars said perhaps he wanted to make sure he's getting paid. He wanted to get the big prize. And so he's trying to like you know, you want to be the broker, you want to be the middleman between the two to make sure you get your cut.

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And then later on eventually just happens because as you will see, the king will say, bring him to me, I started this whole enough, see, I want him I want direct, I want him exclusively to myself,

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inner cabinet, as they say.

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But in any case, he had great respect. He approached them use of also the he still, he did it in a very formal, polite, respectful way. And maybe there's an important lesson in that as well. That for some strange reason, we can find those who serve alcohol like this guy,

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have great, great respect for the people of knowledge that the scholars and so those who say they are committed to the deen of Allah subhana wa tada and don't have a heightened regard for scholars, they should be very concerned about themselves. They should be very concerned about themselves because these are the relatives of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam the scholars of Islam aren't they because only a relative is allowed to inherit and the prophets all set up, set it up for them or through the prophets. The End scholars are the inheritors of the profits. So this shows that they are directly related to him. And you know, not respecting them not giving them their titles.

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You know, I see it all the time like just sadly online, especially

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People are just extra, like

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disrespectful. You know you disagree with someone automatically they're not a chef anymore or not a doctor anymore or not they say oh not a mister anymore. This is this is something to be learned from the guy who serves wine to a king, who is not yet Muslim. He comes as Yousuf also the right to give him his his titles of respect. And that is extremely important to feel this this great to have this disgraceful ignorance and this like pitiful arrogance, where

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you tell yourself they aren't actually scholars, they aren't actually entitled to this those Hadith about the reviewing the scholars applies to true scholars where they are not, don't be so sure

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of that and and check yourself because historically, whoever has fallen into this

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has not brought the scholars down if they were true scholars rather they have put they've sent themselves away to to a forgotten place in the home.

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In any case,

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use of Allah His Sallam

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told him the interpretation of the dreams and gave it to the intermediary. And he did a good deed if he was sincere and hamdulillah. He wasn't sincere. That's his loss. But we're happy he did it, that he was an intermediary served between use of Allah Solomon the king, because dreams are not all superstition, some of them are hugely beneficial. They are in a sense related to sacred knowledge. And that's why the word federal f two and F two and F two keeps coming up here, almost almost like a religious edict a federal law, that is an interpretation of the Quran and the Sunnah, the dream interpretation could be effectual, it could have religious significance or the benefits of religious

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information, in the sense that it, it's about to save a country and a region from a family that's about to ensue. And so this man couldn't be the scholar that interprets that dream. So he was the intermediary between the masses if you will, and those scholars and so you'll be that person as well. If you cannot be a scholar, be the connector between the scholar and the rest of the world, relay the concerns of the world to the scholar and relay the, you know, the explanations of the scholar to the world and that it's a great deed. May Allah use us for that if we can, if that is the extent of our capacity. So what are the use of Allah said him tell him, he said to him, listen,

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here's what you need to do. Carla says that orona 77 is Nina the ABA, you need to plant for seven years consecutively. Whatever you harvest, leave it

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in its spikes, like don't unpack the grains. So they don't rot. Leave them in their spikes, except a little bit that you're going to use right now. as needed basis, put them away in the silos, keep them dry, so they don't rot.

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And you're going to work and you need to work for seven years, like put your head down, you got to be in it for the long run.

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And you need to work overtime. So he said to him work seven years,

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planting the Ebon overtime that have been means over and over and over again, meaning around the clock. I'm seeing overtime.

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Because I'm from New York, and the city that never sleeps overtime is normal for us. And so Ben means consecutively. He says, and then you're going to store away whatever you can. And you're going to minimize your consumption except for the little that which you eat. And this is genius advice not just for for a famine that may ensue, or an economic meltdown that may happen. You know, people always wonder how do you save money saving money is I'm kind of ashamed to say very simple.

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Because I'm not the best at saving money. But the whole trick and saving money is not how much you make. It's not how much you make. It is how much you save it meaning how much you spent. And as opposed to what you spend how much how much of it you save, like people think okay, if I make $4,000 now or $10,000 now, so

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you know, if I make 11 I can start saving 1000 a month, then they make 11 and they find themselves spending the 11 anyway, so that's not the trick. The trick is to actually say I make $10,000 No, I make nine well that 1000 is gone before it came and you put it aside and say I'm gonna make do with $9,000 and that is really the trick to saving money.

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So he told him you have to work work for a long time seven years put in some overtime. I don't mean that literally with our occupations in our careers. I'm just explaining what he said. And he said you have to build up your storage, build up your savings and minimize your spending. Because

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you know, increasing your supply doesn't matter because

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We just tend to consume, consume, consume, consume, it's our nature.

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I remember

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at 100 Live, I've

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departed the movie watching world maybe 20 years ago.

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But I remember my eye catching a very short documentary about one of the oldest, most successful American actors, Johnny Depp, Johnny Depp was a man who made in his prime, or I think, in total $650 million.

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And he these is just one case I hear about the athletes that were in the NBA are huge millionaires and otherwise, Johnny Depp became had huge financial problems. I think now he's slowly trying to recover from that, how do you spend $650 million, it's actually very easy as Johnny Depp to do it. And so it doesn't matter how much money you make doesn't ever matter. It matters how much you stole away. How much you spend and don't spend is actually what determines

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those who are able to solidify their their financial assets, of course, with the givens of charity as a can and ethical spending and all else that we should know as Muslims. So I said to him, this what you need to do, and so I'll leave it there.

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But I can't leave it there. He just said that he didn't say anything else. What didn't he say?

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He didn't say How dare you forget me in prison for five or 10 years. That's not strange. Like someone forgets you in a prison cell for years after you fulfilled their need and reassured them about this dream that was haunting them while they were your your buddy in prison. They forget you then they come back, then they come back not with an apology. They come back like Hey, man, remember me? You're pretty truthful. I have another need for you.

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And what is use of La Salaam do no strings attached, just tells him the interpretation of the dream doesn't even let the man hear a word of criticism. Those are very beautiful hearts. Like just how can we inshallah become those people just live and let live and, you know, pray for people and advise them at the right time. But when they're in need, you just help people

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and even help the society I mean, his whole society left him in prison. And but that's how great hearts just are able to transcend and, and gloss over grudges.

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No compensation he just freely gave them I'll see how. And that's a beautiful, beautiful quality to work towards. He said to him. So Maya team embodied elegance everyone she did. Then after you work for the 700 years, there's going to come seven difficult years.

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So the seven fat cows productivity and all this lushness of flourishing agriculture are going to be eaten by seven week cows meaning what an age of great hunger.

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And so the seven week cows will eat the seven fat cows that is how he interpreted the dream.

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So they will come He said to him then there will come seven difficult years. And by the way, the scholar said this versus proof that calling them difficult years she dead or you know asleep or in a set like miserable years or years of misfortune. Those are all words to describe yours in the Quran. V m in the hiset Allah subhana wa tada said in another sutra

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those types of descriptions difficult mister unfortunate misfortune.

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Those don't fall under the prohibition that we should all know especially in 2020 because people keep saying 2020 is needs to get canceled and like goddamn 2020 out with a bill that's crazy stuff like this. The prophet SAW Selim said, Allah azza wa jal said

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that the son of Adam curses me. Yes, so Buddha will enter a death row, who kalibo Laila by cursing time and I am time meaning I am responsible for time time comes refers back to me. I determine what happens what day and what year. And so to say a year

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is cursed in the sense that you're objecting to Allah or expressing resentment to Allah. That is what is

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highly reprehensible in Islam. Because it is it is resentment of Allah Himself. subhana wa tada who's in control of all this, he says, they curse me. They curse time and I am timing responsible for it and they will lay down I'm the one who rotates the night in the day. Whereas as we said, the scholar said these verses are exceptions to that meaning they are a description of time that doesn't fall under a condemnation or an objection

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or an offense to a law regarding how he manages the the the time he does things, and the events that take place. That's the difference objection versus description. Just

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See, I have struggled in my journey I have struggled in this year. There's nothing wrong with that. So long as it does not imply or express objection.

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So he said, seven years will come that will be difficult, yet couldn't enough add them to me who know that will consume that which you saved for them in La kalila Metro soon, except for a little bit, that you will store meaning you'll just have enough to get you through the seven difficult years, you're gonna have a little bit left over when the seven years are over. But then he says, This is the last verse film my team in the valley care, I'm on fee, you have to know so a fee.

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And then there will come after that year in which people you've off will be relieved with a lot of rain. My thought is rain but so both is rain when people are most desperate for it. So they're going to be watching their store houses,

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their rations of food decrease and just read before they finish in the 15th year right seven flourishing seven famine in the 15th year when people are so desperate for it, the rain is going to come in abundance he he will often ask people will be given rain and abundance.

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Well, if he he also alone, and in it, they will press meaning they'll press their all of their press their grapes, they'll get their oil, their get their juices there get there. Some scholars would say their wine because wine was permissible for previous nations. Long story. It's not permissible by unanimous agreement and now

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Case Closed.

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So what can we say about this?

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He talked to people to work through the impending strife by looking at their life at the end of the tunnel.

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And he also so that's one lesson on its own, awaiting the relief while certain it will come.

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That is how you find it, by looking for it by awaiting it by being sure that Allah Subhana Allah, Allah will send it no trial ever, you know, stays forever in this world. Why? Because either it ends or you leave it here and you go, you end. But it will nothing is permanent. And so it's always important to remember that.

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But you know, also like, How did he know? How did he know? they asked him about these seven cows and those seven cows. So they asked him about 14 years? Well, the second seven were seven, it didn't say seven good years, and then many. So it was a subtle distinction that there is a cap on the years of feminine, there's a cap on the skinny cows that will eat the fat cows, there is a and that it's a it's a finite number. And so it was subtle, the subtlety

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that he extracted from it, that it will not be an unlimited or a more than seven year drought and famine.

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So that's where he got it from. But did they ask him about it? No, some scholars I mean, some scholars have pointed this out. But know that he didn't ask they asked him what the seven of those seven. And so he was generous with them, he gave them even more than they asked for which is to point out for them

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what the 15th year would look like you can say yeah, well it makes sense. They would know it on their own. No, it could be that these were the seven difficulty years and there can be another set of seven years right 15 to 21 could things could be gradually getting better, but he's telling them and once the 15 years there things are going to get real good real fast.

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And some said

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that because he was so generous with them and forgiving them and not holding the head against them and just you know recipt just give extending the the advice and the strategy and the gameplan to them so graciously. Allah graciously gave him information about more than just the dream to further distinguish him and prove his virtue and his knowledge to them all.

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And so we will stop there inshallah tada and now speak it be if Mila

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about the king's reaction

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to use of Allah He said

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explanation interpretation of the dream and illustration of the years to come.

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