A Thematic Commentary On The Quran #33

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The importance of building strong foundations for life is emphasized, with the use of Islamic laws for children to behave normally. The natural love of Islam is also emphasized, along with the natural state of humans and their beast. The guidance provided is for the first quarter of 2019, and the company is still waiting for the results of its recent acquisition to show up in the financials. The company is working on reducing debt and consolidating debt, and expects to report results from the first quarter of 2019.

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But welcome to the Friday Hamilton again, we're very happy that we're able to have a HELOC, a HELOC back here at the masjid. So it's a blessing from Allah and Allah.

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We ask Allah to make us thankful, grateful and make or take good advantage of this blessing from him Amiel.

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It's much more dynamic to have the Halacha hear ideas flow more easily. Rather than speaking to a lens or a camera, sometimes you just feel you speaking to yourself. So hopefully Insha Allah, and I appreciate you guys coming here. taking the time out to be here. This actually adds a lot. And this is very interesting, actually, every lecture or every talk to the collider, every talk. It's actually a very interactive process, even though you're not seeing anything like you're not verbalizing anything, actually, there's a lot of it's a two way communication, I got to leave a lot of instant feedback, the speaker gets a lot of instant feedback. And it's actually very helpful

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because it creates some kind of a vibe for the talk where everyone tunes in that sometimes you could get this online but not too much.

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So let's put the sort

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of in context, speak about it in general and then inshallah build on what we said so far. So Dylan, is Su Rama Kia and we said if you look at the Quran from the beginning now

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with the exception of Surah Fatiha, which is Becky meaning was revealed before he dropped.

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Al Baqarah is Madonia revealed after he won and Imran Madani revealed after Angel

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Nisa Madonia revealed off the angel

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limited Merida revealed after Angel here we come to an n m and n m is the first big surah

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in the Quran in its order that is mucky. So we have a big chunk of Madani sorrows and now we have mucky and we we mentioned that previously that you will look at the Mikiko on it actually deals with one central topic. And that's emphasizing and proving the existence of Allah and his right to be worshipped and the hereafter, and the messengers and the books belief issues or articles of faith. This is what it emphasizes, there is nothing about riba or about alcohol, or about Xena, or about stealing, or about marital relationships, or about

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financial transactions, nothing like that. Why? Because all of these require a foundation to stand on. And if you don't build this foundation, and it has to be a very solid foundation, then whatever you build on top is going to crumble one day will be baseless. And this doesn't only apply to Revelation, it applies across the board. This is a principle of life. You want to build a house you have to have strong foundations. If the foundations are not built properly, and you erect a very beautiful house over the years, with the weather conditions with the wear and tear,

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this beautiful house is going to

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look unbalanced first it will have this strange look to it why because the foundations cannot carry it properly. And then it will just get worse until it starts falling apart. Why because the foundations are not there and one day if there is heavy rain, the house might actually collapse. Why? Because the foundations were not in knowledge, any kind of science you study any areas that the end you need solid foundations you need to study the

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Basics, you need to secure the basic basics lock, you need to lock them down in place, and then build on them. And this is the problem with people that are called an Arabic language, sort of more Francophone or people who are very well read people who read in every discipline in every area, people who watch lectures in every field, right? They have exposure to a huge amount of information. And this gives the illusion that I know a lot. You might know a lot. But this knowledge is useless. It's perfectly useless, is exactly like you have a beautiful house on the outside. But the foundations are rotten. Eventually this will collapse and it will not be habitable.

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Humans can't can't live it. There's no no benefit from it. It's just a mere beautiful external, but eventually it's going to collapse. Same applies to any area in life, Islamic science, you want to study Islam, people jump into like, big books of focus. I'm reading for Tilbury commentary on these al Bukhari. I'm reading if see Robin Kathy, or I'm reading every journal of poverty, these big books and people are happy about this, like,

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you know, it's, it makes you feel good, it makes you look good. But the people who deal with Islamic sciences this way, you know, come and check them out 15 years, 20 years down the line.

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They're actually worse off than they started. Why? Because they don't have any systematic knowledge. There's no foundations for it to be built upon. The same applies to the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala in his Dawa in the way he approached humanity, the way he cultivated these people, he built these foundations,

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Muslims in the early stages of Makkah, they were drinking alcohol, Muslims. Yes, you could find like five Muslims drinking together having a drinking party together. And then

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once they're done with their drinks, they would actually call the karma and pray together.

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They used to do this. Muslims used some of them used to have Riba,

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those who had wealth, they would lend money, loan money to others, and with interest,

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and these were good Muslims.

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These were good Muslims. Why? Because it's not time to deal with these things yet. You need to build foundations, build foundations, when you are busy building foundations, you don't worry about the dry wars. You don't worry about how the structure looks ugly and naked.

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Like, let's say you're building a house and you're just putting the structure together, you're very careful about, you know, laying the foundations right, and start erecting the structure someone comes in. And that's the house you building. It looks ugly, who's gonna live in this? Yeah, because it's unfinished business.

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It's unfinished business. I can't start you know, putting up the dry walls. When I have not, you know, put the insulation first. It doesn't work out. If you rush for quick outcomes, quick fruits and answers, you're actually setting yourself up for disaster. Same applies with Revelation. It applies mainly with kids, as we raise our kids, many people would like their kids to look good,

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how they know a lot of stuff, or they behave very well, or they

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abide by Islamic laws from age five, six, my kid is very obedient. They do. They don't, they don't. They don't do a mistake.

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I tell you, if this is the case with your child, and they are six, seven years old, either your child is a genius, which is very rare.

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Or your child is a mess, is complete mess, because you have expected from your child to behave as an adult. Child is a person in the making.

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If you focus on external behavior and think this is raising kids, then your focus is misplaced. focus has to be kids will make mistakes and they have to make mistakes in order to learn from their mistakes. They have to learn they have to make mistakes with superficial issues. Sometimes they might not behave in the presence of adults properly. But you might let that go not because you are an inconsiderate father or a careless father or mother. But because you are busy building foundations. Many parents wondered when their kids to pray. So how do they get their kids to pray? Every time they see them. Pray, Have you prayed? Pray, why didn't you pray? See them watching TV?

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Have you prayed because you want to

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Get them off the TV or the video games.

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This is focusing on the fruits, there's a long process that comes before you get to this stage, you have jumped over the whole thing.

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You're so focused on getting results without laying the foundations. So how do you get a child to pray? So many things if the environment in the house is about loving to pray, the son or the daughter, they see their father and their mother chaffles welcomes the pray, and they look forward to it and they enjoy it. And it's like a big thing in the house. They'll start joining you as a kid, I was taught feeling, you know, the beautiful congregational sense. And then you start telling your child about Allah subhanaw taala. And they they have this intuitive knowledge of the football they have this intuitive knowledge about Allah, but everything, every time something good happens. You

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say your mind that Josie Have you been that this is a gift from Allah, My thankful things come from Allah subhanaw taala these are good things. And the child starts understanding how everything relates to Allah, they start to see that Allah is merciful, ALLAH is forgiving, Allah is generous, and so on and so forth.

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Then

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they start seeing how you treat them well, or how you take good care of them, how you don't lie as a parent, and how you carry yourself well and how even you deal for example, with marital disputes, you're honest, you're respectful, you're truthful, you're generous, you're caring, you're forgiving, how you treat them, how you deal with them. So they see Islam in action.

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And they know as you have this mixture of behavior of example, and of education, that all of this comes from Allah. So this natural love of Allah is nurtured among them.

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And they find themselves wanting to be thankful to Allah.

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And then when you top it up with saying to your child, come on, let's pray together, right? The child you know, they won't mind they won't mind actually this thought initiating it this talk come to you as a matter of time yet are we about to pray? Shall I get ready? Should I make or not so on and so forth? Why because you laid the foundation but now if you had no foundations when your child is 15 years old, and you tell the child Did you pray no.

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Okay, go and pray. No, I don't want to pray. I don't feel like it. Why don't I pray? I don't feel it

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don't go to the mom and say oh, what should I do with my child?

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No one can get your child to pray.

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They need foundations. Now you need to go back to square one. Start from there. Fix the relationship between your child and Allah Tala. Okay, so this is just a was a digression, but it was important to show how the Quran

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there's subtle structure in the Quran. The Quran is not like any textbook textbook is very specific to the point very well organized to understand like this, because you take any textbook, if it's so straightforward, it's exciting at the beginning, it is informative, but it gets boring, dull. It's one way the Quran is multi layered. So the structure in the Quran is subtle, and accurate. Actually, the what seems to be scattered or disconnected in the Quran. These elements crystallize together in many formations. And in many ways, and this makes the Quran bottomless in the sense of benefits in the sense of depth. There is so much you can get from the Quran. And actually this is a very common

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experience from many scholars. If you read their life they will tell you especially towards the end of life and say, I really wish I spent more time with the Quran and these are people's that aren't told the Quran commented on on all their life is to tell you I wish I spent more time with the Quran Schakel Islam Thymio homolog to Allah Who was I would say I was an encyclopedia of the Quran. His commentary the way he pulls benefits from the Quran sometimes it's just mind boggling. So beautiful. You say like how could someone reach such a depth in terms of relating to the Quran and

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pulling so much benefit and so much beauty? He himself towards the end of his life he said, Allah Heydo stackable to mean Emery Mr. divots

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will allow you to work through email or on or loudly to Quran. UK Farah moonwalk the he said will lie. If time goes back. I would give the Quran more time. I would give him more time of my life. But again, he was someone who had to battle with people of innovation people you know

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Also understanding will try to force it on the Quran and on the Hadith and bring about false ideas about Allah and about that data. He had to battle with them and practices as well. He had the with many deviants at many levels.

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So he was forced, he saw a higher obligation at the time because the Quran for him was a treat.

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It seemed that that time when Islam, like the beauty, the pristine nature of Islam was at risk was under attack. It seemed like a luxury for him to go for more benefits of the Quran more than the obligation, there is a higher obligation at the moment. So that's what he did. So again, this whole concept of the Quran laying foundations is very evident and clear. In the Quran. There is building foundations. That's it, details are minimal.

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There's hardly any rulings. When it comes to the Makita Quran it's all about talking about Allah, proving the existence of Allah, proving the Oneness of Allah proving that life is about worshiping Allah, proving that this is not the only word there's another life, talking about previous prophets and messengers and how they approach their people, how they walk their fitrah, how they invited them to Allah Subhan Allah to Allah,

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and so on forth, so on and so forth. This was the mucky Quran, there is something very special. So I've been reflecting on surah 10 and recently SubhanAllah.

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There is some almost a consensus among the Muslims who are now who are engaged with the atheism movement. Now,

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and you will find this a lot from previous scholars because previous scholars up until like 20 years ago,

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they had a common statement that came from many of them, they said,

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people who denied the existence of Allah

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are almost non existent in history.

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These were few individuals, literally, there was not a big movement in history that denies the existence of the last time it was just individuals, some philosophers thinkers here and there some heretics and so on and so forth, but wasn't like a big movement. So this is why the Quran, you find the Quran does not address the existence of Allah

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does not try to prove the existence of Allah and actually if you read the Quran, you will see, there's hardly any clear or direct statement trying to prove the existence of Allah. There is a couple of subtle ones. And these people are called a de haut. They're human, the people who deny the existence of Allah denied hereafter called a Darian. What's a da da means time?

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It means this present time,

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this worldly time, because these people said

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why am I only gonna in the DA animal he'll have to dunya

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number two, when I hear when I reconnect in the dark, that we just live, and we die, there is no existence except for this worldly life. That's it. It's what you live once, and then you're gone forever.

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But now, there is a huge rise in the new Atheism, which is a huge movement, and it seems to be obviously

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capitalizing on science, modern sciences. So the

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the Muslim callers and thinkers who are engaged with this movement trying to battle it.

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They seem to conquer and agree with the scholars from the past. And the Quran does not necessarily address this issue. But actually, if you start digging deeper, you will find actually the Quran addresses it.

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Again, not explicitly, but the Quran gives universal principles that gives you all the tools to deal with the arguments of the New Atheists and how to handle their arguments. Salton and ham, I think is the pinnacle of this.

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Because it addresses how people believe and how people arrive at at false beliefs. How people reject the truth. This applies to everything.

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A pro applies to the existence of Allah applies to Robo via the lordship of Allah that He is the Creator, the Sustainer, the one who takes care of the creation, the one who's control in control, and it also works with those who deny Allah's right to be worshipped. All you hear is that life is about worshipping Allah is about devotion to Allah is a journey to Allah Spano, Tana

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And also those who argue with the names and attributes of Allah, either they personify them

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they turn them into something similar to the creation or they negate their indications and their me

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meanings they explain them away. So, this kind of methodology in salted ham is extremely powerful. It lays the solid foundations for dealing with any kind of deviation from the truth. And although we commented on it last week, but it's actually good to bring it more clearly, this week in sha Allah to Allah

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verse number 36, Allah says, and the whole store is actually about, proving that Allah is the Creator. And thus

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we are going to return to him he's an actual things started with Allah. When after things are going to end with Allah. Things start from Allah and go back to Allah.

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Things stop from Allah, he's a ROB, he is the Lord, the Creator, the originator. Things will end up with Allah in Arabic and

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things will end up with Allah. final stage of things finality always goes back to finality of things rests with Allah subhanaw taala so that's lordship since you are heading to Allah, you're going to end up with Allah, you seek Him willfully. That means you seek His face and that's what worship this is an arrow here. So

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this is what the solar proves and it pulls different strings, all of them get together into proving this and leaving no argument on answered. So let's start with verse number 36. Allah says, In NEMA Yes, the G will Latina Yes, man or woman will note I abattoir Mala at your job. Indeed, the ones who respond are the ones who can hear the one who are able to hear

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it as to the dead ones on the other side.

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They will be resurrected eventually, on the day of gentlemen and they will be returned to a lot. So their end will be with Allah. That means Allah is going to deal with them. Then.

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Here Allah is addressing the Prophet SAW Salem and everyone who calls to the truth.

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Everyone, of course, Allah says ultimately, who is guided and who's misguided, boils down to one thing.

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In the master, even readiness, the ones who respond positively to the truth, are the ones who are able to hear, but with the ears, with

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the heart.

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Those who are able to hear the truth with their hearts, they let their hearts listen to the truth and receive it. These are the ones who will be guided.

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Those who cannot hear the truth with their hearts, they will be misguided.

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And they will end up with Allah and He will hold and hold them accountable. They will they would actually receive from Allah the outcomes of their disbelief. Somebody might think isn't that random. People who can hear with their hearts are going to be guided and people who can't hear, you won't be guided, go through all the clarity through the Quran, you will find a lost Pantera describing those who disbelieve as what someone will come on you. Right? They're unable to hear the truth. They're unable to speak the truth. They're unable to see the truth.

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This is has nothing to do with your sensory system. All of these people can hear, can speak and can see. Right. And in other verses Allah says they have a Hone. They can't

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grasp

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is grasping, they can't grasp. It's not only thinking so only understanding it's grasping. And this is for the heart.

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This is for the heart. So somebody might say, Okay, so these people just don't have tools to listen, to see, to understand and grasp but accept, but these people they can accept. Right. So where is justice?

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Where is justice?

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We say this is not random. He's in many other places in the Quran. Allah subhanaw taala says about son of Adam, where they now Nadine, we gave him and two paths available

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in Medina who Sabine in Mesha Kilimo. in Makkah, for we guided man, we opened the way for men, either to be grateful, thankful believer, or to be to live in denial. Denial for origin is denial

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is denial you hide the truth and deny it.

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So the ones who are true to their human nature that Allah gave them, the ones who are true to their heart.

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That's the original state of humans. That's the default of humans. When the truth comes to you

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All you hear it, you see it, you grasp it, you take it. So natural human state default human state, when you bring the truth to humans, there's interaction takes place believe happens.

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This is the natural state of humans.

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Disbelief is not natural is a departure from human nature.

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Disbelief is not natural. It's a departure, the person has already left their human nature. And this is why they can't hear this why they can't see this is why they can't comprehend and grasp.

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Does this happen randomly? No, they choose to.

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They choose to.

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And you know, we can connect this to sword and buckler story of Adam and Eve.

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And it's very important for us to understand, this is our these are our origins, by the way, the way we see ourselves as humans, in a sense, we see ourselves in a narrative way.

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We see ourselves as a story. That's how we understand ourselves. And this is why people

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origins are very important to people.

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Origins, everyone wants to know where they come from, right? Or know my roots, because that's who I am.

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Your beginnings, when you know, your and this is why, by the way, as adults, we are very interested in our childhood. You know, when your parents tell you about something that happened when you were a child, your eyes are wide open, right? You're, you're come back to life, you're fully ill, you want to know what you were, you want to know your roots, you want to know your beginnings, because that tells you so much about your law tells us in the Quran about our beginnings, the very beginning of us.

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And that's the reason for creation, it's important to understand this history is a big part of our identity. By the way, Islam is not just hey, do this, do that. No, this is based on an understanding when you see yourself in the right way you understand your history, your beginnings, your roots. And you see how you came along from these routes to this point, and where are you heading?

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You have the complete elements of the story. And this actually helps people shift their identity back to the original. So again, why do some Why are some people able to receive and heal and some people are unable to receive in here?

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This boils down to the Heart Is it alive or not? If the heart is alive, when you are in the natural state of humans, you receive the truth, you respond naturally to the truth positively. But if there is a disease that has pushed this human nature from its state, original state, and now there is dysfunction in the heart cannot hear the the heart cannot see.

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The heart cannot grasp and that's why people reject the truth.

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So why there are people who can maintain this nature and there are people who depart from this nature. How is this expressed in the Quranic terminology in the Quran, Allah calls this life of the heart.

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Allah calls these people their hearts are dead or sick.

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Is it a random thing? No. People choose it.

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People choose people choose either to maintain their aliveness or human nature, this vivid heart or to

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choose illness, and death. If you choose illness and death.

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You cannot understand the truth.

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You cannot understand the truth. You might read the Quran, it won't make sense to you. Not because there's anything wrong with the Quran. But because you lack the element that understands that

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you lack that spirit

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that matches the Quran and can

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process the Quran. If you think the Quran can be processed here.

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That doesn't give faith that gives understanding intellectual understanding of Quran that you truly grasp it, you truly accept it, you re engage with it and respond to it. This happens and not it happens in the heart. So Allah subhanaw taala go back to the roots. Allah subhanaw taala when he told the angels that I am going to place on earth Khalifa, the angels figured out because Allah said I'm going to place on earth Hanifa the angels understood this Khalifa is going to be from the earth. So Allah says I'm going to appoint a Khalifa on the earth. Where is this creature gonna come from? Obviously, from the earth. Look at the earth who's on the earth. Beasts, animals, insects, how do

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they live?

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Survive survive.

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arrival of the fittest, right?

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They all have this desire to eat, and to meet. And then they have this aggression, who will Obeah the sense of aggression for survival, to eat the weakest and make them your food. So the earth is how it was, it was a jungle, but there was a level of balance, the lions would not eat all the deer

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and the deer were reproducing at a

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at a good rate that kept them keep the numbers stable. But now, when you

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place on earth Khalifa with this nature of the Earth, with these elements of the earth, you have desire, and you have this anger, this aggression, this defense, when you take these elements, and you leave them in the balance of the Earth, the balance one eats the other, there is a cycle, there is a cycle. So it balances itself, but when you from this element of point want to be on top of it, and it has desires and it has this anger and this aggression

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and you give it special qualities where it can choose it can think it can utilize things

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it is going to ruin everything it's going to dominate and ruin everything else.

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So Allah Subhan Allah Tada when he was telling the angels and this way the angel said are you going to place on Earth? creation that is going to destroy it right should blood and ruin it, you ruin it, you create corruption with desires, you create bloodshed with an oval habia the anger and the aggression?

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Allah said yes, but this creature is going to be different you don't know what I know. And this is what Allah taught Adam the names

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to Adam the names can then made the demonstration Allah did not answer the the point the angels had

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Allah demonstrated it to them and that's the best answer you can give. You know, there was a

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knock for or tech for whichever which means the

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the Premier or the mayor of a city or or a state

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of Elston Play Media of Moria which one is the north of Syria now?

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He sent to the Muslim Caliph Harun Al Rashid.

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He sent to him something he said, Because

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and Maria was on the borders of the Muslim caliphate at the time. They were paying taxes to the Muslims.

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Look for said to a sent a letter to hound Rashid. He said, From now on, you're not going to get a penny from us and do what you want. We can deal with you.

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And he spoke disrespectfully with defiance how long ago sheet receives the letter.

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So the assistance of Haroon Rashid, the ministers they think he's going to write a very harsh letter back to look forward.

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What does he say? He says, give me the the paper Give it to me. He turns it on the back. He writes on the back of the paper he says.

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So the original message says men look for medic and Morio medical room

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either how long the rushing

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from look for the king of the Romans is Romans to

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heroin or rushing it?

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We're not going to pay etc from now on. So how long was your rights on the back? What diseases? It has been how long that lawsuit a million minutes.

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From her on the receipt the chief of the believers either not for caliber to look for the doc of the Romans.

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And Joab Omar Tara matara.

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The answer is what you're going to see. But what you're going to hear

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that's the most profound of answers because sometimes, and oftentimes you're asked a stupid question. If you answer it, you'll kill the whole situation. Sometimes the best answer is a demonstration is a practical answer. Allah subhanaw taala when the angel said are you going to place on Earth? By the way, some people think the angels are like, arguing with Allah. No, no, Allah put the angels in that spot and he wanted them to express their feedback. Allah is gonna go on to demonstrate his wisdom. It's just it's a conversation.

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Some people think all the angels are just saying, trying to give

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Have a lot better idea that's not. Angels don't do this angels are just obedient to Allah. So

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when they said you're going to please, those who will spread mischief and shed blood, Allah and then I said, I know what you don't know. Allah did not answer the point. Why? Because in Joab, Omar Tara, the answer is what you're going to see. Not too long. It's not spoken, you're going to see it. Because that's the best answer. And that's when Allah told Adam all the names. And what is it? What does it mean to have the names that means Allah gave humans a system,

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a system that can learn that can choose that can help them overcome the basic system of the animals they have, we have an animalistic system, desire, and aggression, anger.

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Animals, just act on instinct on the simples, we humans are able to override this

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with an apple, with intellect.

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That's, that's the difference about humans. So Allah showed the angels, humans are not only a beast, there is the beast side of them. But there is the attempt

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where they can choose to be a beast, or they can choose to be what

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Allah blows the soul into.

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And we have the soul which is the angelic side of humans. So humans can choose to be a beast or an angel.

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The truth Taqwa faith,

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comes from the angel side, which is your sole

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sin, aggression. Evil comes from the beast of you.

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And Allah gave you a mind intellect to choose which one you, you draw upon to live. That's it.

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So when you embrace your soul, your spiritual nature where you draw comes from, the scholars stated that the footwork comes from the soul, it's a spiritual thing. What comes from your body, from your beast side of you is your instincts.

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If you remain true to your soul, and you do not depart, depart from it, you're going to be high you're going to be your heart will be alive, you will be this is the, this is the natural state of humans. So the Quran comes to you, it will resonate.

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It will echo what you already know, so you will connect to it. But if you depart that spiritual nature and you become more of a beast, the beast side of you is going to dominate your mind with which you can choose when it dominated a blokes that it does not see the other side.

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So you have chosen, a person chose us to be a beast or an angel. If you choose to be the angel, you're not going to lose, lose the beast in you. You don't lose it you because you remain a human, but it will not control you.

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So what happens? Allah so Allah Allah here, now this helps us explain the verse and solid and Magadha so easily. Allah says, the ones who truly respond positively to the Revelation are the ones who hear meaning their hearts are intact, the hearts are preserved their spiritual nature, they're fertile. So when the Quran comes to them, they're gonna accept it. You don't need to convince them. You don't need to get money. Oftentimes we Muslims are mistaken about about the truth, we think it's an intellectual decision. It's not, yes, you process, you process it in your mind. But if the person is coming from a position of desire,

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of the beast, inside of which is the neffs, that's what's called the neffs. If you come from the neffs, it's going to block your mind. It's going to block your mind, it will not appreciate it will basically

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marginalize the spiritual side of you, I will not use it. So when your mind processes the Quran,

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that is dominated when it's dominated with the nurse

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from doesn't make any sense, doesn't resonate with humans, it's a matter of choice. That's why the ultimate choice of humans, either I am with Allah,

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or I'm not with Allah. And we make this at some level.

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So this is why if someone asks, What how can I be guided? How can I be guided? Tell them follow the good scholars. Right? Follow the Quran. How do I understand the Quran? Follow the Prophet of Islam. How do I understand the Sunnah? Because there are people who follow the Quran, the Sunnah, but they have a lot of different ideas like different opinions. Which ones do I follow? Right? Follow the ones who are upon the Sunnah when all of them say

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follow the ones who are upon the truth. Everyone says him upon the truth. How can I tell? Honestly like when you don't have them

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Knowledge,

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you're at a great disadvantage. What is your only resort? You own lucky.

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Like the the bottom line where you can go to and the only refuge that you can take

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sincerity.

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Sincerity, if you are honest with Allah, and you are searching for the truth, truly, and

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you make it a point, to lie to yourself, to accept the truth no matter what never compromise on the truth, for any desire, for any benefit for any personal thing, for any preference, where's the truth? I'm just gonna follow it. Even if I make a mistake, still my approach is following the truth

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of love will not let you down.

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Allah will not let you down otherwise, anyone who will follow you must. How did you make that decision that this is the person who's upon the truth. You must have made a leap in your in logic and your conclusion you must.

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So your refuge is sincerity and truthfulness. And the more truthful you are in your personal affairs. In your business, even in anything, you don't show something you don't have. You don't display any exterior that does not reflect your reality.

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You don't say something that you don't believe is true.

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The more sincere you are, the more truthful you are in your life. The more of the screens that will be removed, and the the more the truth will be visible to you,

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the more the truth will be visible to you. And this is something that many of the scholars have established in Jamia, he mentioned that he said to people who tell the truth in all their affairs, they see the truth and they can tell it from falsehood when no one else can.

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In real time in his book that he said he can he says don't lie. He says If you lie, you mess up your perception.

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He says when you lie, you end up not being able to tell the truth from falsehood,

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the rest of your system.

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So you don't want to lose your nature. And this is what Allah says the ones who truly

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respond positively to your message or Mohammed or any day or anyone you call someone to the truth. It could be your friend, it could be your parents, it could be your child, it could be your sibling,

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it could be anyone you want badly you want to guide them.

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It boils down to one thing, if the person has live heart, but actually they maintained their nature, their spiritual nature, true to their heart they true to Allah. So they have not departed from this human nature.

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The nature will respond, the nature will respond to the truth. But if these are people who have departed their nature and they have adopted and mutilated, distorted human nature,

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no matter how hard you try to guide them, you will not guide them as well. Allah says, in the Canada, any inhabitants that I can rely on, you don't guide whom you love. But it's allow guides.

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Because the dynamics are whether the person chooses to maintain their true nature or depart from it. You can't get that

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there's no way you can get this. This is a very personal decision. This is the depth of human nature.

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And it boils down again, as I said to truthfulness, and honesty and sincerity. This is what it boils down to. So ALLAH says who are the ones who respond are the ones who are able to hear the hearts are able to hear why because the hearts have not been changed from the natural state. Whereas Allah calls the other ones who can't hear Allah calls the one dead. What is that? The hearts the hearts are dead. And here we recall the hadith of how they familia managers are actually stealing away from the man and he divided the hearts into four.

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And the heart he says that a sealed album may yet and will care for the person who just believes the heart is dead. So we can't hear

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the mind. Yeah, can hear the words can probably even think about the content. But the concept of demand is not content. It's a completely different experience.

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So So Allah says, your job Muhammad is to convey the message. Those are receptive to it. I want to take

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those who are not receptive to it because the hearts and dead are just not going to take it. Now you try you don't try you feel good, you feel bad. All of that doesn't make any difference.

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I'll give you an example that might make it easy for you.

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People who smoke a lot heavy smokers, when they give them anesthesia for surgery, try to get them to lose consciousness, right? So they don't feel the pain, heavy smokers. Anesthesia doesn't work with them.

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Nervous System does not take the anesthetic material for elements. Why? Because with nicotine and all the other stuff in the, in the cigarettes,

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what happens? The natural state of their nervous system to receive the anesthesia is changed. It doesn't receive anesthesia anymore. So you keep injecting them with anesthesia up to fatal levels.

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And you take them into the surgery room and they are the eyes are wide open. They're not going to sleep.

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They're not going to sleep. And this you know, dentists know this, if you smoke, dentists will ask you Do you smoke, they know they have to give you probably five injections in order to you know, try to kill what you feel, you know the pain in this area.

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So this is similar, the natural state of humans, give them the truth, the words of Allah, give them the truth. Human nature accepts it. But when a person departs that nature, they're not loyal, they're not truthful to this nature, what happens? They have killed the receptors, so they can't hear the currency.

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They don't accept the truth. Now Allah is going to build a whole case in this Allah is going to explain who believes, who doesn't believe ALLAH is going to explain how. Here let's go with these. Verse number 37. Allah says, Allah, we know learners

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to Angela,

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well in the Lapa, granola University diet, and when I came back from the animal, and they said,

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you know, we wish he had received science, you should bring some signs, there should be signs that you are telling the truth that you are from Allah that Allah is true that this message is truth, that there is paradise there is no for you should bring science to prove that from your Lord.

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What does Allah say?

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Does Allah say, as we are sometimes we are naive, right? holistically, more proof, more proof, more proof, more proof. Now sometimes there are people who just

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did not listening to you. They just give you a bluff.

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They just keep you busy with arguments, but their hearts are not listening. So Allah says, Will in Allah God your own Allah university that

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Allah can sit down aside.

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Right? When I came home late in the morning, but most of them don't know. The answer is not finished. I want to sing the villa once for Allah wills. You could send a sign

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right? Upon request, they ask for a sign Allah could give them the sign they want. But

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they Allah is saying they don't know what they're talking about. They're not making sense. Listen to the answer.

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And help subtle sometimes the Quran is because that's the most powerful way sometimes of presenting an answer Allah says, When I'm in the battlefield

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well apply it immediately you will be Jenna Hey Kumamon amfa LUCAM Marva Wagner Vindicator have been in shape for my behavior show.

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I'm going to place this challenge to you. I want you someone to point the answer to me in this I'm going to read translate the verse roughly.

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There is no moving creature

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on this earth

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nor a flying bird, moving creature basically, could be an animal, could be an insect could be even bacteria.

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Nor a bird that flies except that they are Oman and they are nations like you humans are species and they are subspecies.

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Free will organize the very well divided this hierarchy there is an organization in the system. Then Allah says merfolk Ragna female Kitabi minchie in our books, nothing goes unregistered.

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Nothing goes unscripted. All of that was in a book. All the details about everything about the stick a bird for example. You know what stick a fly. Have you ever looked at a magnified head of a fly?

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It will surprise you

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amazing details. Perfect creation wonderful, unbelievable soak

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complex.

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You know what the virus is invisible to the naked eye, invisible to most microscopes, yet, but the structure of it is unbelievable. The DNA, the genetic material is unbelievably complex organized. Allah says, All of that is in a book, everything. Everything is scripted, like there's nothing in this life happens to the, from the biggest celestial bodies like what galaxies, nebulas, groups of galaxies, like the biggest magnitude to the smallest, you know, subatomic particles, even the smallest of that and say quarks, which is the smallest of subatomic particles.

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Each one of them, has a record had a script, and it's playing out the script that was written for him from Allah. So Allah says, Mother of my filthy therapy machine, there is nothing left. That was not scripted that is not in our books. Nothing. Could you imagine that? And you know, what's the good thing with Allah subhanaw taala you're not worried about limits, in your storage space.

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There is no limits, like I have only five terabyte,

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I have 20 terabyte, then I run out of storage, no, no, we the last one. Nothing, there's no limits. Then Allah says, from

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their beginning, was written was scripted, then it was brought into a reality and you see it, you witness it, you living through it, and then all of that is going to be pulled together brought back to Allah, the beginning is from Allah, the whole journey is from Allah and all of that is going to come back to Allah

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and then Allah will hold everything accountable your life, every tiny thing in your life even you know the blink of your eye is written

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even a glimpse or a glance you had that something that is helpful, you will find it

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unbelievable details you know, sometimes when you know sometimes when people are caught by CRA for taxes, tax evading or whatever, right? And or somebody sometimes it happens in some Mike's secret police stuff when they catch someone and he realizes she realizes these people like know so many details about my life. Unbelievable, right? Imagine with Alaska, Montana, nothing goes unnoticed. Everything is recorded, written, documented, it's going to be presented to you.

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So

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what is the answer here?

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What is the answer? Allah says, and they say they should be science sent with you from Allah.

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Allah talks about the creation? Or is the answer.

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Getting one think of an answer. It's not straightforward. But he's so profound that you have no answer to it. No one could have

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to Allah's response.

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Simply Allah is saying,

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if your heart were alive,

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everything around you is a sign from Allah.

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Everything you live in a universe of signs, and you don't have to look into the skies, you don't have to look far.

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You look at your own hands, could your own self, look at your own hair, look at anything, everything is a message from Allah to you, everything, all these details in the universe, each one of them is assigned as an individual object, and as a structure and the system in the world.

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Literally, everything is a sign from Allah. And then you have the audacity

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to say to all Prophet, you should bring a sign from Allah

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was telling you you live an ocean of science, if I give you one, like you have, I'm just gonna throw a number you have a zillion of

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upsides. And then you ask for one more sign, what is the differences?

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Those who have those whose heart is alive, they already saw the science.

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only saw the science come when the Quran came to them they already believed.

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But those who have lost the receptors, by choice, they have abandoned their human nature, that trying to create faith

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from an element where there's no faith, the mind like faith is not an idea. It's not in your head. You can't think faith. You can't think your way to faith. There's nothing like that. Now when we clarify misconceptions,

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to people, we're removing the mental barrier that is holding the faith. That's it. We're not like when when someone is guided, it's not like they're convinced in their head. And that's faith. No, no, this is mental conviction. It just there is a barrier. There's a misunderstanding that what was holding the faith from meeting the truth. So when you remove that misconception, it's likely that the two elements could react together the truth. And that's it.

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So Allah is saying, they're asking for signs.

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Like Allah could send this time, but what's the point?

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If you were in your if you if you retain or if you go back to human nature,

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signs all over the place, everything is a sign. But we humans have this fundamental weakness, we take things for granted.

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You always have to take a step back to the kind of things to see them afresh. All of us think it's normal for us to have food on the table and eat. But you don't realize how many people how many farmers work for that. How many drivers carry that? How many business people who have to, you know, set up all of these systems and how much a country has to work to set up all the system. So you can just go to the grocery stores, and get it and eat it. You didn't see how much work goes behind that. And you think it's easy, just like a child. You know, it's funny when a child like they want their father to buy a toy and they say, you know,

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we don't have enough money for that. Just go to the ATM, go to the cash machine. Right next to the child. That's all they can see. They don't realize what's behind the whole thing. We all just like that. We just like we think oh, the tree is trees grow fruits. That's it. And realize that, hey, Allah made it this way for you.

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So we need to see things a fresh, get away from this dull perspective on the world. When you pull yourself take that step backward and look at look at nothing should exist. Logically.

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Water should not quench your thirst.

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What makes it crunchy first, Allah gave it that, that capacity.

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If Allah didn't give it that capacity, you were thirsty, if you drink whole water on the Earth would not quench their thirst.

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And you think oh, no, water quench is this. This is what water is no, this is how Allah made water.

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And he could make it made, he could make it otherwise.

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So we always develop this fresh view on reality comes by the way from alive heart

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by taking things for granted, is denial.

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Is denial.

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By the way, this is one of the biggest issues with the younger generation

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are so spoiled by the system, by the schools, by the parents by the culture, to a point where they feel entitled that as their father, you have to give them what they want.

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You have to take them to Wonderland. You have to for them. Like they don't even say thank you.

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You don't see that you deserve. Thank you. This is how things should be

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reality. No, I think things don't have to be this way. This is something I get out of my way to buy you these tickets. Right?

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We are just like the spoiled children. We feel entitled we do feel entitled. We think Oh rain falls. No, I created that race for you. Yeah, well I create that rain for you. vegetation grows, it doesn't grow allow me to grow because Zola designed it and he made it grow for a reason. Not for you.

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Oh my eyes see.

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Your eyes don't see Allah makes them see

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I created this.

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No, you did not create this because you don't own your power. Like you're just corpse.

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It is corpse who put the energy

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who designed the mind who put this whole intricate system together to enable you ruefully to move your hands learn things and change crude material.

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And then who allowed this to happen in his books through a cutter Allah?

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No, no, no. When you look at that, even the fact that you're speaking everything. The fact that you're hearing

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the fact that you exist is a sign why why

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There should be something

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rather than

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right?

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Why is their existence in the first place?

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Again, we want to go away from the stupidity of taking things for granted.

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From this sense of entitlement, take a step back, okay? Things are fresh.

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There isn't, there is actually no reason logical reason why you should have an eye. Why you should have a sense of smell.

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There's no reason why you should have a mind

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the doser there's no sense of reason why you should exist.

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By default, and that shows, everything you have in the universe

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is brought by a willed

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is brought by a will, the will of Allah, everything was willed into existence, there's intention behind things.

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There's a system behind the bad things, there's a purpose behind things. And things are brought from nothing and put together in that. So there's no randomness, with that. Everything is made intentionally there's an intention around in the universe. And that intention is so systematic,

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that you realize that everything is actually a sign. So when you ask for a sign, do you realize how foolish you are?

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It's just like someone

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who have all of the food in front of them.

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And they just say, Hey, I'm hungry, there's no food, give me one more food, give me give me give me some food. It's all in front of you.

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Same thing, Allah says, you live in an ocean of science and reality, if you were true to human nature. It's all science.

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For me, this is the central message in salt. And

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that's why we dwelled on it today is the most powerful. The solar just takes this idea and translates it expresses it in different ways.

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So in reality, in reality, no one has any excuse to disbelief.

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No one.

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Unless these people did not hear the message or know the true message of Islam, they did not come face to face with it.

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But still,

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that human nature original human nature,

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it is not passive.

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It's very proactive, it searches for the truth. It seeks the truth. How does your system your like your digestive system, when your blood sugar goes down, when you don't have nutrients in your body. There is an urge that develops inside of you, right?

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It pushes you moves you towards food towards the fridge towards the restaurant, right

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there where there is an urge that is even deeper within you

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that when the big questions about life, you don't have answers for them.

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There is stronger way more core and stronger urge inside of you. That pushes you to inquire

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and search

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and search.

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That's the core of human nature. That's that's the hallmark of humanity. When people detach from that, repress it,

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don't entertain it. And they decide just to live with desires, and with their ego with their aggressions.

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Weapons they've lost. That system is just like someone whose appetite is messed up. Sometimes you can take some medication, right? And you don't have any urge to eat.

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You lose the urge to eat.

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You're hungry. You're about to die. Food is in front of you. Delicious, beautiful. You have like you have no desire to eat, no urge to eat whatsoever.

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This people who disbelieve people who reject the faith. That's exactly what they have done. They have departed the natural human state of belief which urges them and receives it searches for the truth receives the truth embraces the truth and lives by it. That's it everyone is given that when you find it any human being this is not that this person is not natural. They're not in their natural state. You need to bring them back to the natural state and

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read through the Quran. When Allah talks about guidance, that's what he talks about. Allah says before we guide someone will bring them

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back to that original nature because why Allah says for example, Furman UD de la who Amir the yo, yo so I said that our holiness, Allah wants to guide someone he expands their chest.

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That means Allah brings them back to that natural state sure is solid.

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Because that state is very expensive. It's very comfortable. It's very beautiful.

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It's so calming and peaceful. It's like when you feel the sweetness of it, that's natural state.

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In surah, Al Anon here is going to come with us because Allah is going to Allah is going to emphasize its ID in many ways. We said, Allah says,

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a woman can ammeter for you now, would you Oh, no, no, no on him she be even nuts. Come on with a local football aromatics. Bihari Jimena

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is one who had been dead. But then we revived, we brought them to life. That's the heart.

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So we brought them back to that state. So they left that human state, we brought them back to it. So we revive the heart. Which Anala who Nolan yam, she behave in us and we give them light through which they navigate their way among people, which is the instructions of Istanbul

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is this person like those who are still dead? And in darkness? Are they similar,

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but completely on the opposite sides of the spectrum?

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I was talking about this when Allah guides people the first step of guidance Allah awakens us.

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So they do.

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What they are supposed to do

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is focus on that nature because you do not guide anyone. By the way. Some of these causes have said when they commented on the verse when Allah says in Nicoletta demon Abdullah in the lie IT manager, you don't guide him you love him you wish. Allah guides whoever He loves, he wants. Allah doesn't only say that,

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Oh, Muhammad, you don't guide like, you guide some and you don't guide some no in a sense Allah is saying even the ones are guided when you're invited them do not guide you to POC you are guided by you, it just means

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you're just a means because Allah If Allah doesn't open the heart of someone does not revive the heart and awaken this human nature.

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So it receives faith, your Muhammad could cannot do anything to guide anyone of yourself. And so while we said no one can reach that. And this is where Allah says, where I learn more and Allahu Roubini, a lot of you are going to be we're now irrational and know that Allah can stand between you and your heart.

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Allah can keep you Allah can keep your heart away from you, I can stand between you and your heart.

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And that's life how Allah can stand between you and this pure human nature. Even though he talks about this, when he says about guidance, he says the reason people are not guided, he says the and then the Hala Leo Arbil, because the place of faith is not accepting is not receptive.

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That's when we sent.

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So people are not guided by science.

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or new signs, signs all over the place. If the if the heart is in good state, it's going to see the signs, it's going to seek the signs and is going to follow the truth.

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If the heart is dead, person has departed their human nature. It's going to happen. You bring signs, signs already there, and a new sign that you bring, it's just going to join the rest of the signs put in the closet that are in billions of billions of billions and billions of infinite number of signs.

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It's very important to understand this and you know what this gives us as Muslims, humility.

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Humility, your heart is enhanced if

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you don't guide yourself.

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If you're guided, you take no credit.

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That doesn't mean you shouldn't seek guidance you shouldn't strive to get

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better, but the only thing you have to do what you have to do.

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But you take no credit for guidance. This is why the people in general they say what's said about them, so to allow off Hamdulillah he let the other woman

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pre speak to Allah thanks belong to Allah who guided us to this. Had Allah not guided us who would not be guided, is Allah who guided us

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speaks you humble?

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And humility is the key to guidance. Because once you think I know, that's when you're gonna go astray. That's when your ego is too big that you are blinded. That you cannot hear anymore. You cannot comprehend anymore. So with this

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Allah responds to all those who deny those who say, you know,

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there is no scientific proof that Allah exists,

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you know that the hearts of these people are dead.

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Because Allah is more evident than any scientific Allah is more evident than I am holding this in my own hands.

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And we're going to come to this in Charlotte because we're going to deal with

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people who think that you can know facts and the truth, only through observation.

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You have reduced yourself to the level of

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anyone else, animals,

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animals, you have other elements within you. There are ways we can where you can know where you can know bigger truths than the observable one.

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So you want to keep your again, just to conclude it says it's a shatter.

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The dynamics of Allah shows the dynamics of guidance in this guidance. It's not in the head.

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It's not in the circumstances. It's deep within human nature, is receptive to guidance is actually seeking guidance, and is receptive to guidance. The only time a person does not receive or does not accept that guidance is when they they are part of this nature. So the work of Dawa should always be to restore,

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restore the natural state, as receptive to the truth.

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But if you work with debates, all the time,

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it's just an intellectual discussion.

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And you find most of the people actually accept Islam.

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You don't have they don't necessarily have any intellectual reason for why it became a minority, like small number of people, the majority of what

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I recognized, this is the truth. I felt it in my heart. That's the reality from a union in La Jolla do the whole Islam if Allah wants to guide someone expands the chest awakens, revived this natural state, and again, guidance and natural human state automatically believe the only time there is no disbelief is when there is an deep departure from human nature. You're not in the right state of humanity. When you reject the truth. How do you go back as I said, the secret is truthful. This and sincerity,

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truthfulness and sincerity. You seek the truth, you embrace the truth, it becomes your number one value no matter what.

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Okay, so we're going to stop here in sha Allah, so that we can preach up and we will carry on

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next Friday evening to Allah and again, I will say take five minutes before the class read. For example, now we reached verse number

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39.

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Read what follows a page at least the page after that will give you a sense of what we're talking about in show log data.

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So lots of others in the

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