A Thematic Commentary On The Quran #07

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AI: Summary © The Surah Tala is a book that describes transformation and the importance of being meticulously through the process. It is a war of words and aimed to express the content of the book, including the need for people to be meticulously through the process and the "hasn't been met" concept. The book also touches on issues related to spiritual health and the "has been there" concept. The title describes the core themes of the Bible, including the importance of human existence and the need for the Lord to provide fruit for human beings, and is a mix of scripture and the Bible.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad, while earlier he was having a huge pain.

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So again, this is a thematic commentary on the Quran. And we said the point without behind this class is to try to see the unity and the flow of the themes in every surah. And among the sorrows, how the verses in one surah connect together to serve one central theme, along with other secondary or sub themes. And then how all of the sorrows come together to support some sort of unified theme in the Quran. And how, like, one surah to the other connects, how they connect how they both connect. And

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the reason this could be very beneficial, is the nature of the human mind.

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We humans connect things through meanings, through meanings. And that's why when you read a book, the book has a title. And the title is meant to be expressive or telling of the content of the book. And that's why you pick up a book to buy it. Why? Because you expect something from the title, you form some kind of expectation about what the book talks about, what kind of value what kind of information it's offering you. And when you read through the book, there are chapters and each chapter has a title or has a head. Why? Because you're meant in order for your mind to understand this information and and classify it well and put it where it belongs, you need to know what is it

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And that's why sometimes if you just happen to pick up a random book and open a random page in it and just read in the middle of the text, you wonder where the book is taking you to where it's leading to? Or what does it talk about and takes you a while. If you don't look at the titles to figure out where this text is, is that what is it talking about? And where is it leading you? Why because but if it would be a completely different experience, or, I would say, greatly different experience, if you were to read just a random paragraph in the book and try to see where that leads. Because you don't know what where to start, you don't know where you don't you don't know where to

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put this idea, what context in your mind what closet in your mind to put it in and operate on it from because you don't have any kind of background. That's what titles do.

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So it's helpful, it's it's a helpful way as one of the ways to approach the Quran is to do the thematic approach, because it helps you classify and pin down the ideas that are in the sorrows. Once you just realize, for example, we're going to start today with sorta luck. So sorta luck. If you just know what's the central theme was the main theme and sort of the pull up, you know where to put the details. Imagine you receive a just give you a very simple example. Imagine you receive a phone call and someone starts telling you something like on the on the other side.

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You know, where were you yesterday, and you sort of recognize the voice. But you don't know the person like you can't link the voice to a person. And the person president saying Why didn't you come yesterday? Where were you yesterday?

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You don't know how to respond because you don't know who the person is. But if you were to know who the person is, you might be able actually to respond to this question comfortably. And your response would differ if it was Mohammed rather than Khalid. Why because you're going to place this content in a completely different box. Same thing, whatever is in the Surah when you see it within the context of the central theme, you know where to place it, you know what it's intended for, and thus, it makes sense. So

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this pick up from sort of the Talaq, which is where we left off last time. Last thing we talked about was sort of Robin and sort of Robin is is sort of number 64 in the Quran, and we said the central theme and solitude to Harbin or the central verse is verse number nine and specifically, yo Majima completely omit

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Jimmy daddy Kayo moto Farben, when Allah gathers you, to the Day of Gathering, and Allah gathers you on the day, that's the day of a Taha Boone at the Harbin and Turabian is a word in the Arabic language that describes a very profound experience.

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Usually, it's translated as loss or as being, you know, deceived, et cetera. But what is actually the experience of a turban is

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when you do something inappropriate, you do an inappropriate thing. And you think you're getting away with it, you go against the law.

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You avoid paying your taxes, or you mess around at work, playing around with whatever loopholes you have in the system. And you think you're getting away with it, and you're outsmarting everyone else, you're cheating the system and you think you're good thinking no one can catch you, no one's smart enough to catch you.

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To realize at the end, after a long period of time that you've been caught, every time you You violated this system.

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But they kept it in your file.

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And they kept you on the watch. And they gave you time to fix your ways, but you did not.

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And then you got to a point where you had to pay for all of your blunders that you thought you will get away with. And you realize you're at a great loss. And you realize you were the fool in this whole scenario. That's what it really is. That's what it is. You think you're doing mistakes or you're doing,

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you're not acting well.

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And then you think you're getting away with it.

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And you think you outsmart everyone else.

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And what happens actually, you are the dumbest person in this whole thing, all the way. But you had no clue,

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only to find when it's too late.

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Only to find out when it's too late. That's the experience of utter rubbish. Allah is is saying is warning us against the state. They have judgment is when many people realize that their life was just that experience. They thought they were smart. They thought they were getting away with everything they thought they were just, they could play the game on their own terms. And they could sort of set the terms themselves for life and they could avoid the instructions and the guidance of Allah and they could still lead a good life, only to realize that they just made all the wrong choices along the way.

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And now it's too late. That's what it's the whole bonus. So I thought the out there could outsmart Allah. But they realized that the end they were fooling themselves Elijah, he talks about this in the Quran, he says, You hide your own allah how Alladhina amanu. One Maria, the owner Illa and Fusa home when Maya Sharon, they are actively deceiving Allah and His Messenger, they engaged in a process of deceiving Allah and His messenger and they think it's working.

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In fact, they are only deceiving themselves.

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But they feel feel it not. They don't even know it. They don't realize it, they will realize it on that day of judgment when they realize it. When all the dots are connected, then they realize to be too late. So that's what a turban is. And everything in the Surah just talks about this surah Tala now, sort of the luck is number 65.

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the central verse and sort of taller is verse number one. The title is quite telling a bollock divorce, it talks about divorce, and the etiquettes of divorce. That's really what disorder is. So it said, it sets the bar really high on the etiquettes of divorce, because what it says divorce is part of the human experience it could happen.

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And when it happens, then you carry yourself meticulously through the process. Why? Because usually when a couple of divorce, they've had enough each one of them has had enough from the other person, and they're fed up. So it's very likely that people would see themselves as a victim and thus would give themselves themselves a warrant or an open permit or license to abuse the person. Why? Because they wronged me. I have all the right to take it back on them. I'm on the right I can do whatever I please now.

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It is usually the case whether it's the husband or the wife, they go to extremes in terms of doing injustice, because there's resentment, anger.

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Now it got even to a point

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Have envy and jealousy and Atwood outright enmity. So all do whatever it takes to get as much as possible out of this situation and cause the as much harm as possible to the other person. That's when Taqwa appears. That's when people who have Taqwa fear of Allah, that's when they truly their truth of what appears. Because again so, so Allah subhanaw taala is setting the standard, very high here with regards to a polyp.

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And let's say diverse reads Yeah, you wanna be you either have to Manisa goon that in some detail you select that Allah Hora C'mon read the translation as well for you. Well I saw what Allah La to curry June I mean booty hint now Liahona

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to be fair, he shot a MOBA you know what we'll go to the law on a year to head down to the law here for a volume and if so that the reader and Allah you the throwback, the daddy camera, sha Allah when we talk to the when we come to the second round, where we will talk about each surah in detail, we're going to delve into this verse is full of wisdom, full full of wisdom Surah Tala because well, he's very wise in its wording. As you look at the endings of most of the verses. Later, the real Allahabad the valley Campbell, a very profound belief in an adult.

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You don't know Perhaps Allah will do something Allah will change things drastically.

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Warmer yet, Allah hired Allahumma Raja and whoever has Taqwa of Allah, Allah will give them a way out. But Allah who will equally che and further Allah has set a measure for everything.

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When we get home in Emery, he use law and whoever has Taqwa of Allah, Allah will bring ease into his affairs, and so on and so forth. So there is a lot about Okada. So there's a lot of wisdom in the Salah, the translation of the first verse or prophet instruct the believers when you intend to divorce women, then divorce them with concern for their waiting period

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and counted accurately and fear Allah your Lord do not force them out of their homes, nor should they leave unless they commit a blatant mis misconduct, misconduct. These are the limits set by Allah and whoever transgresses Allah's limits has truly wronged his own soul. You will never know Perhaps Allah will bring about change of heart later.

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So, again, there's a lot of resentment, anger, frustration, hatred, sometimes on both sides. A last part that is setting the boundaries and making it very clear as to how this should be handled.

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And, like divorced woman should stay in her house, which is her husband's house. If it's the first divorce or the second divorce. Third divorce is different, right? First of all, second divorce where where he could bring her back during her waiting period. She should stay in the house. Why? Because Allah still wants to give them a chance. But with a third divorce, she's going to leave. Ultimately, they're going to separate permanently, so she doesn't stay in the house.

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Okay, so this is sort of bollock.

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Then we move on to sort of the Tarim surah number 66, which is the last surah in the 28 Jews. And

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the central verse in this and this was a bit of a challenge for me is verse number four, and Surah Hareem which reads into tuba in Allah He forgot Sadhguru boo Kuma into la hora le in Allahu Allahu Allahu Gibreel was somebody who removed meaning. While Monica to Baghdadi cover here, it will be better a few, meaning the wives of the prophets of salaam they are addressed in this. If you both turn to Allah in repentance, for your hearts have certainly faltered. But if you continue to collaborate against him, then know that Allah Himself and His, Allah is his guardian, and Gibreel on Islam and the righteous believers and the angels are all his supporters as well. This is about the

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story that happened, where shall be allowed. And Hafsa they were involved in an issue with Xena, other wife of the prophets of cinema as well,

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which sort of talks about So in brief, the prophet Salam used to go and visit Zainab his wife Zeynep

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when he spent his time without she had honey special honey she used to get and the prophets of salaam loved honey a lot. The provinces and them loved sweet things. So he would love as well Canada's cow one of the descriptions of the province southern Canada him Bush era but surely will bear it. The province and me

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used to love cold or sweet cold drinks are called sweet drinks. And he used to love honey.

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Personally I'm loved honey. So zeyneb used to give him that honey every day. So jealousy among the wives of the Prophet SAW Salem and I shut up the hola hola Ana. She conspired with Hassan or the Allah and Omar, she they said she said she told her, you know the prophets and keeps going often he frequents Xena, probably Alana, and it's so maybe we could just come up with something that would get him not to spend more time and he loves the honey that she offers him. So when he comes to you from Zainab obviously he had had the honey you tell him what is this bad smell like and find a bad smell and offensive smell? And the Prophet SAW Selim was very careful about his smell by the way.

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Prophet SAW Selim was very that's why the problem although his own natural scent, but his scent was very sweet and beautiful as described by the companions. Still the Prophet salaam he loved a peep a baby's good perfume.

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And I'm seeing good perfume. Yes, because a plebe comes from a PE Yep, by you means good, pleasant. Right. And not all perfumes are pleasant.

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Not all perfumes are present some perfumes in a really quite offensive for like very strong to the point that you can't call them even. Good sense. Obviously tastes are different and very, but yes, sometimes, like I remember sometimes I was leading the prayer, and I smelled this kind of specific scent that one of the brothers was wearing. And I found it difficult even to go through the prayer. My nose started, you know, getting congested again,

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so. So the prophecy is he loved good smell. So when he was told that, oh, there's an offensive smell for him, he would take that to heart.

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So I shall be alone, I would tell him Oh, this is an offensive smell half. So tell him there's an offensive smell. The professor said there's nothing like I never like applied anything to myself. And I haven't eaten any bad thing.

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The only thing I ate was the honey from Xena. They will say oh, it's probably the honey that probably that. So then they did it a few times to the point where the province of Islam said, I'm not going to eat that honey again. That's what the surah talks about. It talks about this incident. But what's the point?

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The point in the Surah is how to treat the Prophet salallahu Alaihe salam how to treat the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam which is

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Yeah, and although the advice is directed to the wives of the Prophet salaam, but this applies to everyone. It applies to every Muslim Muslims who were living at the time of the Messenger of Salaam and Muslims today. So the Prophet Sonam has a special place in our hearts. So we we respect him, revere him as a person as a prophet. And we look up to him as a role model. We take his guidance and his message. We take that to heart and it means a lot to us. It's an important part of our personal makeup as a Muslim.

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So that's, that's that's part of it.

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Okay, so this is sort of the dream we'll move on to surat al Malik. Saltalamacchia is one of the profound sources really in the, in the Quran. That's why the Prophet Salam said whoever recites it before going to sleep, then sha Allah he will be protected from

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either will cover from the punishment of the grief recited every night before you go to sleep. Okay? It is meant to protect you from other people about the punishment of the grave. That doesn't mean you have to recite it just before you put your head on the pillow. No, mean before sleep. Anytime an hour, two hours within, let's say roughly roughly speaking within the two hours before sleep good that it meets. It means the Hadith. It means the Hadith. The first, the first verse in the Surah is the central it carries the central theme Tabouleh can lead the bat Hill MOLKO. Well who are other coalition Kadir blessing is he whose hands He in Whose Hand in whose hand is the Dominion, who has

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power over all things. It's called sola to milk, the surah of Dominion, that Allah has the meaning ALLAH, everything belongs to Allah He has control over of everything. And the whole Surah just serves this theme. It just shows how Allah subhanaw taala

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the whole universe belongs to Allah and is under the care of Allah and under is obedient to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah so Allah talks about his creation in the heavens.

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About the earth, and about the stars. And then he mentions how he has control and dominion over humans that on the Day of Judgment, those who disbelieve they will end up in the hellfire. And then they will realize that they will blame each other, and how those who believe in Allah and obey Him, they will end up in paradise. Then Allah reminds the people, people about his his blessings, how he protects them, he keeps them safe. People take that for granted, people think the world or the universe is self perpetuating, is autonomous is running on its own. Right, we think just particles create particles and things just keep going. We don't realize here there's a feed something that

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feeds into this feeds life into this and keeps it going. It's not running on its own. But this is how it seems to us. And that's, that's the problem with the approach with with this is one of the limitations of the scientific approach, because it confuses mechanism

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with causality.

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So it tells us how things come about, right? That's the mechanism. But again, like, you're, I mean, you're alive because your heart is pumping blood through your veins.

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And you're feeling feelings, because there are hormones in your brain being secreted like dopamine, serotonin, and, and, and all of those endorphins, right?

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Well, that's mechanism that's making it but how is all of this happening? Where did it come about in the first place, who put that kind of mechanism in place? Who keeps it running?

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So science doesn't talk about this, it, it completely overshadows this.

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The the, the mechanism, or the the causality behind everything, and it just focuses on mechanism and presented as the complete story.

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And that's a problem that sets the minds of people of students to just get used, and become only satisfied with the mechanism.

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And that's similar to you know, what happens if your child sees you using the ATM machine, and you get your your money from the ATM machine? And they think, oh, it's the machine that makes the money, right? So when they want you to buy something, you say, you know, we don't have the funds now, they said, just go to the machine, and we'll give you the money.

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That's exactly how we're acting when we say, Hey, I mean, rain comes because of evaporation, and then it falls from the clouds. That's why it's happening. Well, that's the machine but what's who's feeding into the machine? Right? That's exactly what's happening. So we are childish. When we hold on, hold on, we limit ourselves only to the direct mechanism, who put this mechanism in the first place? Who keeps it running? Because you have all the mechanism in your body? When you die?

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You have all the physical ingredients? Why can't Why can't they bring you back to life? When you have all all the mechanism? Okay, let's say you had a heart attack, I mean, they can fix that clot. And they can open your arteries. And they can even give you electric shock to get you to jumpstart your right to boost you.

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But you you're not going to come back to life again. So what was running this whole these whole mechanisms?

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No answer in science. There is no answer in science

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for that. So again, so when so Illumina is reminding us about, do you, who do you think is keeping the world safe for you? You take it for granted, you think, oh, it's mechanisms right? It's it's gravity and and the connection and the different physical forces, and subatomic forces in the universe that are keeping the world like this. Again, you just, you're just seeing one step, which is the mechanism what's behind the mechanism.

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So Allah's remind Allah is putting that in context. So he is in charge of all of this. Okay, so this is what Al Mulk Surah Al Kalam Surah, number 68.

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The central,

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the central versus verse number one as well. No one will call me when I stone

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which translates, or sorry, I would say actually, I would, I would highlight the second verse.

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So again, this is something I said last week, is that with sources that have shorter versus very short versus sometimes it's not one verse that holds the central theme. Sometimes it's two or three or even five verses, because some verse short verses don't even make a sentence by themselves they don't stand alone. So in this surah, it's verse number one and two, but number two highlighted, no one will alert me when my a stolen antibiotic material can be made known known is the letter known

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by the pen and what they inscribe what

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All right, by the grace of your Lord you owe profit on not insane or not insane. So solar tell column is actually about the authenticity of the message of the Prophet salallahu Salam

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and that

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what he brought about is the truth

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and is the source of learning

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and is the source

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of learning.

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So, this is sort of the column it's about self defense of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his message.

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Okay, so little helper surah number 69.

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It's verse number one. And also verse number two and verse number three because they're pretty similar. I'll help Malhotra woman Adela, aka mill haka. And how does a very hard word to translate honestly, it's, it's the impact. Now it's, I felt I felt one of the good translations is the inevitable reality, inevitable reality. And what that means it's true and inevitable. And it's going to happen as a fact, there's no doubt about it. But how to also has a striking power, even the Arabic language L Hapa. These are very, I know, it's not an accurate description. But these are hot letters, strong, very strong letters off half.

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And they're very emphatic. So there is this element, it's a very striking kind of kind of word, it's very powerful has a big impact. It's more like a collision. It gives you an impact. So that's a help.

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And it's obvious. What does it talk about, talks about the inevitability of the Day of Judgment, that it's true. And the impact is very powerful. And if you read the surah that's really what it talks about. It talks about previous nations, that they disbelieved in the message, but the truth came to them, Allah took them out with a punishment. And on the Day of Judgment, Allah now starts talking about what's going to happen on the Day of Judgment, when

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the earth will be in the mountains will be carried will be thrown away. And then Allah subhana, Allah will his throne will be brought and Allah will be brought and you will be presented to Allah without anything hidden, have you everything will be obvious, then people will be getting their books with the right hand with the left hand what's gonna happen to the right hand to the left hand? And then Allah Subhanallah concludes the verse with

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an emphasis on the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu and he said that what he promises you is true and inevitable and is going to happen. Then Salton MyHeritage surah number 70 Central verse it by the well how can we manage our

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twin? We said there are you can find in the Quran, some kind of pair or

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some kind of a

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there's a lot of pairs in the Quran surah has teamed together, twins, so I'll help her and Allah al marriage are actually twins to ensure us.

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So in marriage, these are the ascending stairs that the angels take upwards to heaven. They come back here, they come here then they go back to heaven to Allah subhanaw taala they ascend Madej these are the ascending stairways or pathways for the

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for the angels, and what is the Salah, talk about the central verse here is

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number one and two. Number one is selesa. It won't be an urban worker.

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Let me translate it for you. A challenger has demanded a punishment bound to come.

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Literally translated, someone asked about a punishment that is inept. That is That is certainly going to come. But that question was a challenge. It was not just an innocent question. So there is an element of challenge. Little Katharina Lisa, who dafair their punishment will be for the those who disbelieve

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and then they have no protection, no means to defend themselves against it. So I'll have talks about the inevitability of the Day of Judgment. And in marriage goes more specific talks about the inevitability of the punishment on the on the Day of Judgment. So talk specifically about the punishment, not the Day of Judgment in general, the punishment. So also,

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it talks about the Day of Judgment of what's going to happen, how the skies will be removed, then the mountains will become soft, and people would not even people will just push others away, even their family members the closest wants to them and

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Then Allah talks about the hellfire. And he describes how human beings are their weaknesses, et cetera. Then he describes who it gives us the descriptions of the believers. And then He promises them paradise. And then he talks about those who disbelieve, Allah says, Leave them until the punishment comes. So it's about the inevitability of the punishment on the Day of Judgment. So everything in the Surah feeds into this. Move on to Surah Noor. Surah, number 71.

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And it's called No, and it talks about Prophet Nurhaliza as an example of people who disbelieved and they got the inevitable punishment in this world and they will get the inevitable punishment in the hereafter. So the first verse is the central shows the central theme in our salon or handler only here and under coma chemin khopoli a yeti Hamada Bonelli indeed We sent a note to his people. So

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with a message warn your people or warn them before painful punishment befalls them.

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So Allah gives us an example of his inevitable punishment in this life. And what's gonna happen on the Davises are in because the end of the surah Allah subhanaw taala

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mentions Midmar hobby at him over the over the funeral now,

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because of their sins, they were drowned in the flood, and thus they were entered into the hellfire. So punishment in this world and punishment in the hereafter. Then we'll move on to Surah Telegin surah number 72.

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Surah Turgeon talks about basically about the jinn who listened to the recitation of the prophets of Solomon, he was in pmla, reciting Quran and thus they believed they recognize the truthfulness of the message and they they went back to their people and they said, in summing up on Xena mean batty Musa that we listened to revelation that was sent after Musa so it's a revelation is truth, and they believed in it and the Prophet Salim met the jinn a few times he gave them and when one time he took with him, Abdullah Thomas wrote, he made when I met with them outside of Makkah, and he gave them the message he sent the message with with them. So there are companions among the jinn.

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There are Sahaba among the jinn, yes,

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there are Sahaba among the jinn, those who met the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and believed in him from among among the jinn. So the first verse, say polu haling announced the manifold misogyny for Carlo in NASA may now put on an algebra

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say all Muhammad that it was revealed to me that a group from the jinn listened meaning to the recitation of the prophets, Allah Salam.

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So and they said, we heard an amazing

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revelation or Quran book. This was the recitation of the Prophet SAW. So um, so they believed this is also a reminder to humans, that there are believers even from the jinn and there are, even they recognize the, the genuinity of the message of the Prophet saws. Move on to Salah to the Muslim mill,

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which is verse number surah. Number 73. The central verse is actually the last verse, but not all of it. Part of it which says Walmart to add the Modi and fusi come in hiring TG do who in the Llahi who will hire Anwar album and you are and whatever good you put forward for yourselves you will find it with Allah and it will be better and greater and reward

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because Sultan was

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assisted the prophets of salaam stand up and convey the message at a time when he was scared. He was tired

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and Allah recommends that he prays at night and then as you attend later he should do up Anwar como que la Asha Allah made it an obligation of the prophets of Salaam in the early stages to pray at night it was worship. It was word pm a Leela at some stage in the early stages of Islam. It was an obligation. It was an obligation

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OB Leila Allah kalila as was that said,

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Pray at night, second verse pray at night, or pray the night or the whole nine minus a little bit. So the person who had to pray the whole night or most of it

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and the early believers as well.

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And then it talks about the Day of Judgment what's going to happen and it recommends the prof Salam stays patient than the last verse, Allah subhanaw taala recommends that the Muslims pray at night and to reset as much as possible from the Quran and is to establish the prayer Anzac

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etc. And then Allah concludes it with whatever you put forth, you will find it with Allah. So it's about, yes, it's not going to be easy, it takes a lot of work, but you will be paid back in multitude by Allah subhanaw taala. Then salata, Madatha, which is the sister or the twin of Salah to the Muslim men, again, they were both of these were revealed in the early stages of the prophet hood, or the messenger Salallahu Salam.

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And the central verse in Surah Madatha is verse number two, which is unfair, and they

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arrive arise and give warning because at this time the problem was commanded. Because earlier early on the Prophet SAW Selim

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first was meant to receive the message for himself at the early stage and accept the message.

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But when assaulted him with death row was sent down, he was meant to start conveying it to the people around him. So he started speaking to Abu Bakr below are known to Earth man and to others. So it was at that point it was meant he was meant to start pre preaching it.

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First, he was receiving the message.

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Second, he was commanded to preach the message secretly. And the third stage was to make the message public, or the call public.

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There then solo piano 75, solo number 75.

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solo piano, it gave me a hard time

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I could not I could not really pinpoint or put my finger on a verse that would carry the central theme. It's quite, the central theme is spread around the surah is spread around the solar. This I'll share with you the central theme.

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Basically, it says that the Prophet sallallahu sallam was given news you did not have before.

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And obviously, it's about the Day of Judgment. So if we were to pull something out of it, we would say probably the first verse la oxen will be on will piano, which the title of the soil piano points to the day of judgment of the day of rising.

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So, but it has, it has a little bit more than this. It's just, it connects everything to the Day of Judgment. Everything in this life is all about is going to culminate in the in the day of judgment, and that's the gist of the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that's the best I could get out of the surah. It wasn't easy.

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So we move on now to Salatin insert, which is 76.

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slotted in son by the way,

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for me personally, I find that one out to be one of the most profound soulless when I read it, it gets me thinking. Just I mean, the first verse really, like strikes or in your heart? Allah Subhan Allah says and this the central verse, hell utter hell insanity you know, minute daddy, me a crunchy him with core

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OS is here. Let me actually read you a better translation

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has this come upon man a period of time when he was not a thing?

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Has there ever been a time when man was not even a think

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was not there?

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Or was not even a thing worth mentioning.

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It gets you to think

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it really gets you to think

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you came about

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after a period of non existence, you are not there.

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And you came into the world. So there must be something behind it. And gets you to think about who you are, what you are, why you're here. And the sort of actually treats this so beautifully because afterwards Allah says in the Halacha insane I mean, not overdone. Amisha charging nepta Lee, for Jana, who's me. We created man, week, Allah he says, I create man from a dot from a clot that spreads start spreading and and flourishing into flesh.

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To test him to test man that's why you came into this world is not like some accident brought you into this world. You

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are intended into this world, your whole existence was intended into this world, why to test you so there is a noble purpose behind your existence. And thus we made man semi and basura able to hear and see and obviously then process

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so all of that is is intentional, you're here for a reason after you were you had not been there.

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So that gets you to think about the story of man the story of humans. And obviously the solar describes paradise so beautifully, really like it's very, very visual. For me personally, I find this the most visual description of and it's not even visual in the sense of you're necessarily seeing images, you feel images, you feel them in your heart as you're reciting when Allah talks about the people in paradise, how he says well a call from not the Latin was surah Allah gave them like give them this these radiant faces, the faces are radiant.

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There's this light coming out of their faces and there is youth coming out of their face and comfort. You know when someone is so happy sometimes you see that like they really live a good life you see that comfort in their face that's not there was sort order and deep sense of pleasure showing on their face.

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And Allah gave them because of their patients paradise and and silk beautiful clothes with thick enough he had an array there reclining on on pillows and recliners. They don't see the heat of a sun. Neither do they ever experience the the cold, even cold breeze or cold wind. So there's no extreme temperatures

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is just within optimal temperatures in the Paradise there's no extremes where they're near tannery him Villa when the branches are hanging over them, hanging over them. And that they have fruits hanging that are at an arm's length that can be reached with ease. And they do that intentionally they they intentionally you know lower themselves to be within reach. So they can be taken they can be grabbed

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when you apply for it to be any team in football club and cannot cover era and there are servants who are going around them offering them drinks as they're seated enjoying themselves and they're being offered drinks of different types and colors and tastes. And with beautiful cups and

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glass different types of glass

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or whatever I'm in football, some of those are made of silver. And they appreciate them so much. It's not like this is beauty and then the indifferent about it, they appreciate it, it meets an expectation that they have so it sort of fills a need that they have. So they appreciate this type of service. We're just going off here I guess Academy's Agile has in general and they offered a drink a sort of drink that is tempered with

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with a hint of ginger

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not ginger ale. But as that another type of ginger drink

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I envy her to some necessity that comes from a spring there that is called sensible sensible is flowing so flow is so smooth and it's flowing and so generous.

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We auto Valley him will Daniel McCullough gonna either write down massive download, thorough, and there are a young younger boys. And and by the way, younger boys here. Some people made wrong notions about this, but younger boys is just because this is something we don't have in our modern times. But throughout the ages in human history, it was it was one of the most beautiful times in a man's on the father's life, when his own sons reached a point where they could welcome guests into the house and offer them you know, whatever drinks or hospitality they had.

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That was a point a beautiful point for the man that his children has reached an age where they could be not only independent, or they could like like they could receive a guest and they could handle the situation by themselves. Then they growing into their independence and to their maturity. So this is something appreciate but almost all nations by the way, but it's disappearing in our modern times is we're just spoiling kids.

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So that's part of that beauty because these these will be treated as their own children

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as their own children their own

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Like the close to them close servants to them

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and they they look like scattered

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scattered pill scattered pill I'm not not sure if I'm pronouncing this worldwide anyway. Well either or a to them not all eight and Haman one will think even if you were to look and see Wherever you look, you will just see so much goodness and so much godly life.

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And absolute

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Wilkin here is not to be an inherent it's extravagance, extravagant and lavish where you've living.

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Anywhere carries on that will take us long term but so that's part of the story of man again the solid talks about the story of Man has there been a time when man was not even a thing to be mentioned?

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Okay, we'll move on to sort of most of that which is last Surah Han, and just 20/29

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the central verse or two verses and sort of the muscle that is 14 and 15, which basically reads, woman adult, aka my own will fossil your weight on your maiden name you can add in and what can make sure no one what is the Day of Judgment, whoa, that Day to the deniers. So it talks about the day of judgment that you don't know it, although you know it, but you don't know it. So you know it and you don't know it. You don't know the full scale of the Day of Judgment. You don't appreciate it as it truly deserves. What's what's the point on the Day of Judgment, those who disbelieve wall to them.

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That's what's going to have that's the bottom line. So it talks about the Day of Judgment, what's going to happen and the punishment of the of those who deny and reject the truth. We move on to just anma We came to the last just I'm going to move quickly.

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I was hoping we could finish today hopefully if we just go quickly we can do that

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it's okay, so let's I'm

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the central theme appears in verse number one and verse number two unmade, so alone and in never allow the what are they asking go inquiring about the asking about the great news. So surah number is going to present the great news. What's the great news

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is the Day of Judgment because people have erased though the some of them used to deny the Day of Judgment. They used to deny the Day of Judgment, they would ask now, what is that day of judgment when when it's going to happen, why it's going to happen? And things like that. So what are they asking about asking about the great news, then Allah talks about it, Allah says, First, he talks about how he created the Earth, the mountains, and he made us into pairs and, you know, male and female, and how we created the day and the night and everything. So he's saying, This is not there, just randomly This is there for a reason it leads to something that's part of the story is going to

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pave the way to a following or in another chapter. And the other chapter is in Naomi, firstly, Academy Akata the Day of Judgment, when that comes, everything is going to be destroyed all of what you have now because it served its purpose. That's it, it came to an end now, if fulfill the purpose is going to go so far for the hottest summer over Canada awaba, the the heavens or the skies now started cracking opening up. That's it, there's no need for them now, because they serve their purpose during that time. That was all leading to something. And that's how you, you should see things by the way. And that's a good way forward looking kind of mindset. Always. Don't look at

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something as it is, but look at it, look at it as it's going to happen, or as it's going to develop. And that's how you come to see potential. That's part of wisdom as well. You don't see people as they are now you see them as they're going to be 1520 years from now. And that's how you should treat your children. I

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think it was Stephen Covey in his Seven Habits of Highly Successful People or efficient, Highly Effective People. He said one of his overall principles is begin with the end in mind. Begin with the end in mind you see how things are going to unfold? Because if you just treat things as they are or people as they are

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situations as they are, you're limited in your vision. Because things keep unfolding, things keep changing. And that's what a lot of people who made lots of money, they had this kind of forward looking vision, right? They bought lands, that when they were buying them, people thought you were just wasting your money, right. But 10 years later, 20 years later, you know, a land that they bought for $1,000 now is worth 10 million forward looking again, you don't see things as they are, but see, see them as, as a potential, what they're going to potentially be how they're going to unfold. So again, so look at the sky's the earth, not as they are now. See them as they are, but

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also keep in mind, what's going to happen to them how they're going to be in the future.

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That Allah talks about, it's going to happen to the people who disbelieve, and then he talks about the multiplane those who believe in what's gonna happen to them. So again, it's about the great news. And this is the greatest new, the greatest news. This is the greatest, the most important piece of information you're going to have in your life that the day of judgment is real.

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Sort of the NASA hat 79.

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The central verse in Surah Nazjatar is it echoes

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salt in Nevada, the great news, the Day of Judgment

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sort of the NASDAQ gets more specific more into details and these are a pair as well by the way, for either John

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metal cobra

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or Tom metal Cobra. Anyone who knows Arabic they know like, poem is like the most I would say, one of the most impactful words you could ever say to someone like, Bama is something that slaps you right in the middle of your face and covers your face.

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Something covers like slaps you and covers you completely and overtakes you, that's what a bomb to cobra is a bomb.

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Okay, so, again, if you want to insult someone

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in the Arabic language, use a word from the throat, okay? Bomb. So

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if you say to someone in Arabic,

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is, again, it's a firsthand it's not like a cussing word by the way. But if you say it to someone I'm telling you, they're gonna take offense really? Like is very offensive. And again, not not in a way like it's a curse or a cussing. You say someone in bomb

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an Arab man, like I'm telling you, that's it as the end of this relationship.

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Okay, so, bomb is something that takes you by surprise strikes you or slaps you right on the face and it covers you up to the point. You can't even breathe.

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You can't even breathe. So that's it. So Allah says, for either at a Palma to Cobra when this kind of overwhelming overcoming experience, profound experience comes from metal cupola, the biggest, the greatest ever, that's the biggest shock, humans are going to have the most profound experience.

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Humans are going to have an experience of overwhelm, and something that when something overtakes you completely, and it was called a Nazir ad and as the ad or the angels that pulled Nins Naza, the angels that pull your soul out of your body. So the surah is named after them. Why? Because death is the is the first moment this overwhelming experience is going to come to you.

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That's it. Because when the angels come and drag your soul, as it occurs in one of the Hadith, that a person who's who's dying, they will say to the angel of death, that just give me a few more breaths. And the angel of death would say I looked around for you for you on a fat I found no breath for you.

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Your quarter of breaths has run out. That's it. There's no more I can't give you there's nothing I don't find I look around at there's no breath for you. There's no more breath for you.

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That's a bummer. That's when it overtakes you and a person cannot breathe as they're dying.

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So that sort of thing as you add because it really heavily talks about the Day of Judgment. It mentions the story of more of Mussolini salaam with Iran. And what's going to happen on the Day of Judgment.

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Then saw that Abba

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which is surah number 80.

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So let's start with a story of Abdullah Al Maktoum when he came to the Prophet Sam, the blind person who came to the Prophet and wanting to believe, and the person was talking to the leaders of Mecca, was hoping that they would listen. And when the blind person came, the Prophet said, I'm just giving them the front because he was busy with these men, and he was hoping that they would get convinced. So he's speaking with them. And he gave this man although he was brought blind, he gave him a frown.

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And he wanted to avoid talking to him and Allah reprimanded the prophets or some Allah blamed the prophets to them for that. And he said, You should speak to the people who are seeking the message, they have more priority, they have more priority.

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So this was an incident but the surah is actually about

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the mission, the reality of the mission of the Prophet Salam that you're mainly a conveyor of the message. So the central verse of this verse that reveals the central theme, as far as I believe, is verse number.

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11 and 12. Killer, inherited killer from insha, Allah Cara, are saying no, it's just a reminder, it's a message

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for whoever is seeking the truth or seeking the reminder. That's the reality of your mission or Prophet Muhammad, you don't get to choose who to favor with your message, you just have to convey the message that's your job.

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And salata, techweek, which is Surah, number 81. I'm going to go now a little bit faster without going more into the solar.

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The first verse either Shamsul cool, we're not when the Sun is made into cooler rot is more into a bowl that doesn't have flame. So sort of dims down,

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the sun later on will dim down. So it will turn into just

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a solid, solid ball, it will, and basically what that means there's a whole cascade of things that's going to happen and the and the stars will be scattered, the mountains will be moved, and

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pregnant creatures will give birth.

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All creatures will be brought together.

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Oceans will be lit, they will they will turn into fire.

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Yes, so it talks about the horrors of the day of judgment that everything is going to change. Simply that's what sort of the queer talks about and it gives the first example with a son that is going to transform to some into something else. So everything as you know it will start to change your motto, but there will also Harrell LD was somewhat everything will change everything is you know what will start to change and it will turn into something else.

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Then sort of infantile, which is the sister of sort of the queer surah number 82.

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It actually

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in builds on solid to clear that everything is going to change. So it tells humans and the essential verse here is you have to insert Omar have Lockerbie because get him oh man what deceived you and what caused what did you get this kind of delusional

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perception about your lord the just playing games and you forgetting about Allah, you're forgetting about reality. So Allah is saying everything is going to change in order to to quit and it will turn to a different state so be careful don't take things for granted that Allah says why are you taking your Lord now for granted?

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That he's just gonna let you do whatever you want. He's gonna let you let you be in this state for good

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then Solothurn motto 15 Salon number 83

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It basically

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the central theme and sort of tomato 15 Is that is this is the

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it's about the people will be paid back what they put forth

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which is the meaning of a dean yomo Dean Yo

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Yo Ma Ma Ma nasolabial Alameen s Yo my Omona so they'll have behind me which is everyone will be recompense and that's why the Salah is divided into two, two sections one talks about the people of the Hellfire are the one talks about the believers. So the central verse

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is okay, verse number six.

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Six Yo my Omona salamin when people will arise

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to stand in front of the Lord of the Worlds Lord of the universe, meaning to be paid back and to be held accountable, another verse that actually sort of goes more specific but still carries that which is the last verse number 36 It says healthy eat healthy, we will go far oh man, can we have alone? The disbelievers or are they paid after everything on the Day of Judgment? Are they paid what they truly deserve?

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So it's about people getting recompensed receiving, really what they truly deserve on the Day of Judgment, then sort of initial POC surah number 84.

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Again, the central versus sort of non African is sorted in Chicago surah number six, and it also

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it builds on solar tomato fin Yeah, you had Insano in naka de la pika, Callahan family, oh, man, you are toiling in this life, you're going through a hardship and pain, that's the nature of this life. So you're sort of dragging yourself in this life. And ultimately, you're going to make it to Allah, that's really what this life is. So you are, you probably want to see, you might want to see people are lining up, I saw this.

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I saw this image, it was photoshopped. But it really made a lot of sense. And it shows a line of people people lining up and the head of the line is right at the far end of the image. And, and people are just lining up. And at the end of the image, once the person reaches the end of the line, or the head of the line, what happens people are lifted up, people are going people are dying, basically. So it shows that people in this life are just lining up. And each one is just waiting their turn to to leave this world. Literally, that's what's in a sense is very powerful. This is what we're doing. We are lining up whether we like it or not, we are lining up our time is gonna

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come is set. And we're not lining up physically. But in terms of our time, there's a line

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there's a line and each one of us has a place in this line has a spot in this line. And when the time people are the head of the lion are leaving is leaving.

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So Allah is saying, Yeah, you will Insano in neck Academy and you are going through so much in this life.

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Only to what to meet your Lord eventually. That's what's going to happen. So you will be again it takes the recompense

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connects it to this life you are on on your way towards this assaulted in Chicago, then sorted to the brooch 85.

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Solitary broj

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central theme is displayed in verses 12 and 13. Which is in Nevada Shut up big inertia did in the hallway up do you ate indeed the work or the punishment of your Lord is extremely powerful.

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In a while you'll be doing what you ate, he's the one who starts initiates the creation. And makes it again repeat it again the first birth of humans of the second birth on the Day of Judgment resurrection.

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So it's about the might of Allah. And it starts with the story of the believers who were put in the ditches and they were burnt in the fire. And, and it shows that yes, believers might go through hardship and might go through pain and persecution, and bad people might seem to get away with it. Don't think that's it. You can't escape the grip of Allah subhanaw taala. In boxshot, big Elisha did.

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The punishment of your Lord, the chastisement of your Lord is profound and powerful.

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He is the one who initiates and he creates you again. So if you think like someone who killed so many people a tire and then they died, oh, they didn't get their punishment. Well

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this world is not necessarily meant for punishment. They're not escaping, they're not getting away with that. Then Allah is gonna take them they're gonna come back to Allah. And the second creation, the second rising Surah tatata

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Again, sort of thought for me, it's just like sort of a piano. I could not.

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I could not pinpoint exactly the central verse by the central theme

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it has to do with the Day of Judgment has to do with the day of judging

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For me, what really stood out was verse number 13.

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In the whole of coal and fossil, it's about the Quran. It's indeed it's a decisive statement, meaning what the Quran tells you is, is true and decisive and is going to happen. So it's about the inevitability of the Day of Judgment. But in the words of the Quran, it not doesn't take the concept of the Day of Judgment is inevitable only, but it says what the Quran tells you about the Day of Judgment take it seriously. It's true fossil, it's the final word is the final word.

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Then Surah till Allah said the his Malbec and Allah number 87.

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The first verse is set bid has not begun Allah glorify Your Lord the Most High, it's about Allah being the most high. And that's why you glorify Him, you worship Him, you you, you devote your life for him. And so that's the last year number 88.

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central theme appears in the last two verses in the Lena yerba home from in Alina who set up 125 and 26. To us is their return indeed. And upon us is their account or their

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account, holding them to account. The reckoning is upon us. That's the end of the story. The return is the US and upon us is

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the responsibility of holding them accountable

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solely to the future. 89.

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Esha is 930, right?

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Good. We might be able to finish

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at nine Central.

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Central verse is so good. It's not very clear, but 24 years old Ateneo Padam truly hayati.

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When the person who is destined to the Hellfire will say on the Day of Judgment, I wish I had put forth something for my life.

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Meaning for the life because the life is what's going to come what's going to happen after that point. Because that's the real life. So the person there who was destined to the Hellfire will say, I wish I had done something good for my life from now.

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So it's about

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things settling in their

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final shape, which is ultimate justice. Things are just everything is going to settle down into ultimate state of ultimate justice.

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So let's have a bullet number 90. The central verse

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is about defiance from men. And the central verse here is a as I will Allah Yeah, for the rally here had shall man Sure man does man think that no one has power over him or her. It's again the Defiance from humans because of the lack of understanding of their reality and the reality of their existence.

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Surah number 91 Hashem Sasha MC Waldo haha

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the central theme appears in verse number eight for Allah Maha Mudra Lucha Taqwa

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Allah talks about the human self that Allah enabled it with good with the capacity to do good or do evil to take good or the path of good or good or path of evil. So we humans have the capacity to either choose good or evil. That's really what the solar talks about. A Lane salata Lane 92

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which, which is the sister of salata, shims

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in nessa Kamala shutter, verse number four says, indeed your deeds, humans your deeds are all over the place, meaning you take different paths in life, you choose different deeds as human beings in life. And so Allah is saying, We when he created the human self he enabled of good and evil and what that means the second solar and solar delay, mentioned that you humans, each one has their own path as in the terms of their deeds and their way of life. People just choose different things end up choosing different things. And each one is going to be recompensed based on their choices. And sort of Doha 93

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Verse number three, oh sorry. 93 And is the number of the solar the verse central verse is verse number three. Now what the heck out of Bukoba Kala, you will, you will Lord

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He has neither left you nor has he detested you or hated you. It's consolation to the prophets of salaam because revelation had stopped for a while. The problem started having thinking did was a lot upset with me. So but then when it came, Allah just says to him that your Lord has not left you he is not detested you

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sort of shut up 94

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I mean small sort of I wasn't easy. And I think the central verse or central theme appears in verse number seven and eight last two verses for either Dr. fansub or in Arabic a follow up

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when you're done with your work your daily work which is that a word of the prophets of salaam now can you have time to yourself found some

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work your bloody hard in worship mean work yourself hard in worship, work hard on your worship, it's time for you to work for the sake of Allah.

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Stand up in prayer. Stand up in prayer when you when you have the time to yourself stand up and prayer work hard in this what a lot of bigger follow up and let you pursuit be Allah. Seek Allah

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Salah to 1095

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Central verse is last one, number eight Elise Allah will be coming Herky mean in isn't Allah, the most wise, of all wise, of the always he's the most wise verse, Allah subhanaw taala why because he summarizes the human life and the all of existence. He says that women we created man in the best form, then we sent man to the lowest levels, because of their bad deeds, except for those who believe summary of the human experience in this world. And salted Allah, which is the first five verses were the first to be revealed. Surah number 96.

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First verse is the central one cannot be spelled bukanlah the recite or read in the Name of your Lord who created that means it's about initiation. It's about initiation, you were initiated you were created, Allah, initiation of your existence is by the creation of Allah initiation of your guidance is when you read the book of Allah.

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When you read the book of Allah surah

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number 97.

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In the near future, a little pattern, which is the first verse indeed We sent it down the Quran.

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At the night of the night of of power, it's about the Quran is about the special lights very straightforward. Now we've seen a lot of soldiers with one central theme, not complexity, very straightforward. So let's have a tuna 98

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The central or diverse that shows the central theme

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is verse number three how cuttlebone IEMA via coutume which is about the book of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada

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that he sent to Prophet Muhammad wa salam that in it there are here Kutub is not books but meaning sewers, there are words of great value

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and pay you may hear of great value and oval and also a means straight have a straight nature, nature. So the words are straight, the guidance is straight, and they are valuable. So it's about the message that was sent to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam and the salah is a beginner the most explained the most obvious is very well very well explained. So it talks to me this surah talks about the Quran and the value of the Quran

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then we have sought Zilla

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so that is the result again is about justice of Allah that He recompenses everyone with justice which is

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I would say yeah, to last two verses seven and eight familiarity MacFarlane Littleton Hi yah era when the Yemen with holiday Alright, inshallah Yeah, whoever does an atom's weight of good, they will see it, meaning they will receive it. And whoever does an atom's weight of evil, they will see it and receive it on the Day of Judgment, justice as Allah recompenses and add yet surah number 100

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and the central verse here is number eight talks about man we're in a holy hog Belhaj relisha The there was a debate with me about to Surah two verses, verse number six verse number eight, verse number six in that insanity. The healer cannot man indeed is ungrateful to his Lord. He's he denies the

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The blessings of Allah in His action in his attitude. Or number eight, when not only highly actually and man is indeed in is in a has excessive love like man is, is saturated and is immersed in love of wealth and possessions.

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And basically it talks about the ungrateful nature of humans and the greedy nature of humans that they are supposed to overcome

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Surah Totara 101

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Central verse is number one a little cardio cardio as well as a

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para is like cardio is when you when you strike something with a sledgehammer, that's why Aria is that's why when you get very

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sharp criticism to someone because in Arabic Korea is like you keep striking them with a hammer

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that Korea and Korea so Korea is gonna, again strike people like a sledgehammer on the Day of Judgment, especially the ones who do who do bad.

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So the central versus number one

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and sort of the Kathal 102

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Central versus number one and how Kamata, Catherine, you were distracted. And you're

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sort of taken and become preoccupied with amassing wealth, children, possessions, status, etc. So this greedy nature of the humans that I want more and more and more, more and more, this has distracted you from the truth.

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And so let's colossal

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and again, like the whole surah is it shows the central famous three verses so it's hard to pinpoint one. It's the whole Surah really, it's the whole sort of, sort of but but it's central theme is that, again summarizes the existence of humans humans are in loss unless they believe do righteous deeds and then enjoying the truth and patients

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basically follow the guidance from Allah and some other homeless 104

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It talks or criticizes bad behaviors, social behaviors Homas and lumens are people who mock and people who backstab others. Okay, so

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So verse number one we don't equally homeless as solo to feel 105

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the central theme is about

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the might of Allah subhanaw taala that he's, he's the one who protects and helps those who are helpless. Lm tilde k for Falah bookmobiles Haberfield Haven't you seen what you loaded with the people of the elephants meaning that when humans run out of means Allah subhanaw taala you should always you know, attach your heart and mind to the might of Allah subhanaw taala then

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sort of Quraysh 106

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It's really about the the blessings of Allah upon people. So I would say verse number one are those very summarized the elf your Quraysh like the

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this arrangement that Allah had for the people of college, their location and his enabling them to travel during winter and summer and do business, this whole thing. So basically means remember the blessings of Allah upon you, and thus be thankful. So first number one, I would say my own 107

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or eight Olivia, you can dip it in, haven't you seen the one who disbelieved on the in the Day of Judgment? They deny it, they didn't deny that. And it shows the whole story then shows how disbelief and not having the facts right, the bigger facts right? Will will translate itself in behavioral fashions as the person who disbelieves will end up behaviorally doing the wrong things not being good to others, not not helping others looking down upon the orphans and the weaker ones and not observing the prey and not being dutiful. It's basically about how this how having your beliefs wrong about the bigger facts of life are going to translate into behavioral inappropriate behaviors.

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Surah tilicho 3108

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It's actually it's in defense of the Prophet Solomon also shows the bounty or the blessings that ALLAH gave the Prophets of Salaam, you

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Now the Knakal co author we have given you the co author co author is a river or pond in paradise, but as a co author in Arabic look at Allah talk about to Kathal and he said at MacArthur amassing having more has distracted you but Allah is although they come from the same route co author on the takaful to Catherine is amassing and competition to get more which comes from greed i will call with her is beautiful abundance blessings abundance so Allah give the problem Coulter not at the Gotham

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l Catherine 109.

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Again, the central verse

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in sola to care for your own

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is locum Dena, Cambodia, the and the last one number six, complete separation you have your religion I have married, there's no mixing. There's no mixing Surah Nasir 110

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Central verse, either an awful lot he will fit. It basically gives the problem early news about his fulfilling the message and his

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arriving departure his passing. So it's about for Tameka and it links it to the fulfillment of the message. So it's the first verse that Janice will lay will fit and method 111 The central verse is Tibet Yeah, that had been had been made handle handover will have be destroyed. It's about Ebola and about every enemy who puts themselves in enmity to the prophets of salaam Surah Nicholas 110 100 and 112.

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Every verse could be the central verse, the Oneness of Allah. But I would say number one Kulu Allahu Ahad and you know the

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something about the Prophet Solomon that compares they used to repeat countlessly without counting Surah Scalo Allah who had has a profound impact as you repeat it, I won't say do it 1000 times because there's no specification in the Sunnah. But just Risa even just recently wala who had kulula Allow yourself to go into the verse, it has a powerful impact.

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So lots of follow up 113

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Verse number one on Tokelau they've got a big fella come in showed him a HELOC. I seek protection and the Lord of the breaking of the day, from the evil of everything he has created as protection from Allah from any harm that is created around especially physical harm or psychological harm, then the last surah and thus 114

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Pull out develop bananas.

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Link the first verse to the fourth verse Michelle was was a calmness from the evil whisperer shape on seeking this is religious protection from the evil of Shangela hamdulillah we've gone over the all of the sorrows with the central theme of essential verses and each one of them Shala from starting next week. We're going to start again with certain Fatiha we'll go into more details to connect all of the scattered themes inshallah seemingly scattered themes into one theme Giselle Kamala Harris salaam Salaam Alaikum on how to do it yourself.