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salat wa salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad Ali he also heavy edge main or bad.

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So we are

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talking about the Tafseer of Surah Nazia that and we reached the second segment and the surah so I'm going to recite the segment then we will read the meanings in Sharla lamina shaytani R Rajim attack Hadith Musa is another horrible horrible word, but the co2 if you have Illa for I wanna inamoto halacha Isla and Tezak dia que la Robbie Kapha dosha so Allahu Allah tell Google off the bow sore thumb developer is the hash out of Canada for call hon como Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola Kalin it will order in if either Erica able attendee mijoshop The meanings. Has the story of Moses reached you, or Prophet Muhammad SAW his Lord called him in the Sacred Valley of bore commanding, go to Pharaoh? For

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he has truly transgressed all bounds and say, Would you be willing to purify yourself, and let me guide you to your Lord so that you will be in awe of him. Then Moses showed him the great sign, but he denied and disobeyed Allah, then turned his back striving against the truth. Then he summoned his people and called out, saying, I am your lord the Most High. So Allah overtook him, making him an example in this life and the next surely in this is for whoever stands in awe of Allah.

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So after Allah Subhan, Allah started the surah with talking about the angels and the different functions they do specifically stressing the concept of death, and how they drag the soul out of the body at the moment or at the time of death. And then stressing the fact that the hereafter is actually going to come. And it's the absolute truth regardless whether people argue about it or not. Then he mentions the story of Musa alayhis salaam with Iran. And this is a very precise, very concise, short description. It's a very summarized version of the story of Musa alayhis salam, that Allah subhanaw taala

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met him in the Sacred Valley of toga. That's where Allah first met him. When he was searching for light he was with his family traveling, so he saw a light from a distance. So he wanted to get some light, you want to get some fire

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in order to bring light, bring warmth as well to his family in the middle of the night. Upon reaching that area, Allah subhanaw taala spoke to him directly.

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Allah spoke to him directly in that valley.

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Anyway.

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So next to the tree or the bush, Allah subhanaw taala spoke to him directly Allah,

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Allah in any and Allah La ilaha illa and of Abu Bakr Messiah, Attorney Vickery, Allah Allah spoke to most any cinema directly, he said, I am Allah, worship Me, Worship Me and establish my remembrance until the Day of Judgment. Then

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Allah subhanaw taala gave most of the sign when he commanded him to throw his rod or a stick, and it turned into a snake a real snake. So this was the first encounter when Allah Subhana Allah gave more certainly his Salam prophethood are the responsibility to convey the message. So Allah refers to this incident in the Surah and that he commanded him to go to her own and speak to him so for our own was the epitome was the climax of disbelief. He claimed to be the Lord of the Worlds, he claimed to be the Lord. Why? Because he was running the strongest nation on earth at the time and probably the wealthiest nation at the time, Egypt by virtue of the Nile and the blessings of Allah subhanaw

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taala really was probably the richest country or land in the world at the time.

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So there were the most affluent there were the richest, the most influential and the most resourceful, and they've left behind, you know, a lot of marks of their civilization. So, and Hala humans when they have power might they transgress, generally speaking, Allah Subhana Allah says,

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killer in the internal layup HA, HA HA stamina, that man when he finds himself he has power, he has mind he has resources, man becomes arrogant. He transgresses he starts oppressing others. So this is why power is a real test is a real test. So sometimes people will think that they are tested by means of weakness, hardship or lack

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But abundance is a test. Power is a test. resourcefulness is a test how you handle this. So Allah Allah says in the Quran when a blue can be shared, we will hire a fitna and we try you, we put you to the test by means of good, and by means of evil by means of ease and by means of hardship. All of them are a test. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even spoke to the companions of the Allahu Andaman, Allah nominee. He said, Well, Allah He meant Asha Alikum I don't fear poverty, you I don't really feel poverty for you because you have withstood the test of poverty during the time of the Prophet sending them most of the time but most of the like the find that financially the times

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were challenging

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for most of that period. So the prophets Allah tells the companions that you've passed this test of lack and poverty Wallahi Melfa Koloff chalet Kamala can Akshaya and tube SAPA la como duniya. Photographer su ha can lead public confident alphas who have come out and alphas one for two Rikako. But what I feel for you is that duniya will give itself to you will open up to you. Wealth, riches, everything. So you guys start to compete with one another over it. And then you will start developing enmity towards one another over that then you will destroy yourselves. And then this world will destroy you. That's what the person said to the companion that I fear for you.

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So ease and power mind is a trial. So for one, having all these resources, all this power, he reached a point where he said I'm your lord the most Hi, you guys worship me. He made people worship him, pay homage to him.

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So Allah Subhan Allah commanded Musa Sam to go and give him a straightforward message halacha illa Anta is a cow would you purify yourself? I'm inviting you to Allah subhanaw taala straightforward. Where he came out of the cafeteria so I guide you to the Lord and you feel him. You live your life in order to Allah

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realizing the glory of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada

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we know that for our challenge him so Allah says, hola, hola, Atoll, Cobra, and mutualism. So show showed him the signs. The great sign of mortality salaam was his rod turns into a snake that was the biggest sign. That was the biggest sign the last one that I gave him was only symbol login mortality Salam, as he mentioned this, I asked him the unit in Formula E. Allah gave Muslim nine science nine signs to frown. And his people like nine miracles, nine miracles.

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The Allahu Cobra, he showed him the biggest sign of the biggest miracle for Canada. I saw her own disbelieved in that, and he disobeyed he refused to be obedient to Allah subhanaw taala, again, is the power and the might, he got carried away with his power from the bottle, yes, then he turned back and turned away. And he made the point, he made a point to prove his position and to prove himself right, and prove other modalities and I'm wrong. And by the way, it's easy for humans for their ego to kick in. It's easy for us to fight to prove we are true. By the way, this is one of the

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most common points where we really go wrong.

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And this is why it was set Mantova Allah Allah, Allah Allah, the One who's humble, for the sake of Allah, one humbles himself or herself for the sake of Allah, Allah will raise them, Allah will raise the ranks, because it's easy to fall for the ego. It's easy for you to say something and it's inaccurate and someone says, No, that's not how it is. You feel bad about yourself, you want to prove your point, even though you know you're wrong is just you want to say face. That's ego. And it's easy for humans to be there. It's easy for you to say something or maybe to even sometimes it happens as a father or as a mother with your children. You say something and turns out, it's

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inaccurate. You tell a child off and you thought you caught them doing something wrong, but they weren't but you misinterpreted the situation. And what happens? They prove to you that they haven't done anything wrong. But still, you can't say oh, sorry, it was my mistake. I didn't really I misjudged the situation. You don't you don't say that? What we say? No, no, no, you were wrong. And we insist and we go all the way to prove them wrong. And we are right. Why? Because I'm the father.

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That's ego. That's ego. And sometimes we start quoting in our text about the obligation of respecting the parents and the rights of the parents as a wrong quote. That's not the way we use the Quran and the Sunnah.

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And basically, because, and the children, children are actually intelligent. They can tell they can tell when you're covering up

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and you're teaching them so your son will grow up later on, trying their best to prove themselves right and everyone else wrong.

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And when they become a teenager when they become a little

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bit older as well, and they start having arguments with you and they have this issue with everyone. They're trying to prove themselves wrong. You say why do you do that?

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Well, so thanks. It's yours. Had he Baba tuna, wrote that Elena. That's your That's what you told me it's coming back to you. But we've lost the connection right over time. We've lost the connection. So again, ego is really one of the biggest pitfalls of humans.

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A Muttalib, the uncle of the Prophet SAW Selim. What made him reject Islam. What made him reject faith. He knew the prophecies Elam was a messenger from Allah He knew. He knew Allah was the only one who has the right to be worshipped. He knew.

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He said to the Prophet Salam, as he was dying, the person said, Allah Allah, Allah Allah, Ash found a cobia and Allah is Allah, Allah and Allah will intercede with Allah because you've become Muslim. You will become Muslim by saying that. He said Allah, Allah, Allah and Allah Nisa, or Polish ah, hold on one o'clock two behind is Allah had it not been for the few that the women have arranged to start saying, Oh, he was fearful of death, he was scared of death. So he just said it.

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Ego again, where did it send him to the Hellfire forever, he missed out on the biggest chance of his life to enter paradise.

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Ego again. So one of the biggest victories that we really achieve as human beings, is really beat down your ego, not yourself. Not your sense of self, not your dignity as a human being. And that's a huge confusion. That's a huge confusion among some people, there's a difference between your ego and that's the arrogant side of who you are. That's different from your sense, your healthy sense of self. There are people who shame themselves, who put themselves down and kill their self esteem and the sense of self thinking. That's humility. And that's not that's mental illness.

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That's really mental illness, there are people walking around with injured sense of self.

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So, so they have this humiliation and this disgrace and indignity within themselves. That's not, that's not humility. Okay, so ego is different. One of the biggest things a person can really achieve is to really slay their ego, slay their arrogance, that's the evil part of yourself or Shaban really blows all of his whispers.

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So that's, that's the part of yourself that really makes you wrong other people, makes you deny other people the right. It's the same aspect that actually when you know, it's time for you to wake up and pray or prayer is the same time that says Go back to sleep,

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as the same thing is the same part of who you are.

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And that's what you need to attain and the process of them actually.

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That's the same part actually, that allows you as well, to keep yourself in control when you feel angry,

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not to act on impulse. And that's where the Prophet SAW Selim says they said should you do with salah the strong person is not the person who was able to wrestle with people and put them to the ground that's not the strong person will like initially alidium Licona officer who and Allahu Allah, but the real strong person is a person who is able to contain themselves in moments of anger and rage.

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Why because you haven't given the ego power over yourself. So it has the it takes control.

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So for around obviously, it can tell he had a such a big deal. He saw the truth, he saw the truth and Allah says about him or her Dubya and about him and about his people, which had to be one step at a time for some volume and and they have denied it outwardly, where the hearts were certain that this was the truth, the call of Mossad Islam was the truth.

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For Alan, he knew for sure that most of the salon was guiding him and was a I was calling him to the truth he had no doubt about that was take on a tire and for some deep down in their, in their heart. They had no doubt they had certainty. This was the truth, but outside, they were showing off. No, that's false. That's not true.

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And how often this is, I mean, this happens not necessarily with truth and falsehood, but on a personal level. It happens a lot. It happens a lot

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for Allahu Akbar as well as if a haShoah Fernanda and he calls people he calls out to people. So and obviously to prove himself right even to himself because he himself knows that he's not doing the right thing, but he wants to get external evidence. He wants social evidence from people the majority again, so he calls out on people obviously as power and people. As the Arabs have this phrase they say a NASA Tibetan lama Philip, people follow whoever has power.

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Whoever has power, majority are going to follow him

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That's it. Generally speaking people with follow people have power and influence.

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So, he called out to the people he gathered them around, he said, hon Kamala, I'm your Lord.

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I am your lord the most Hi, I'm the one that you should worship. I'm the one who actually can keep you alive or can bring you to death and so on and so forth.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says

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that the whole long again, and I feel that you will order Allah took him away. Allah destroyed him, and the most disgraceful way.

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So he drowned in the in the river on this in the ocean. That's what happened to him, he died.

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So where is his power, where's his mind, he couldn't even protect himself from water itself, and he drowned. And he lives further alone, I cannot fly it will all Allah Allah destroyed him, and made him a lesson in this life and the next

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in the life and this life in the next. So for i One was a person who had power might have influence, he had resources, and no one could say no to him. No one could say no to him. He had access to almost around him, he had power over everyone around him. And if he said something, he had 1000s of people who were willing and ready to actually do fulfill his commands.

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So what more power could you crave for?

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That's a clear manifestation of power. That's the highest position, you know, of power that human beings, human beings can aspire to no one really, you know, competes with you over that. Then Allah subhanaw taala took him in a second, took him away. So don't be deluded by Your power does. Allah made him a lesson, don't be deluded, don't be fooled by the power that you have. Power might can go in a glimpse of an eye, it can disappear. It can really disappear. You can find actually, there's so many stories about people who are extremely rich, extremely rich. And over one night, over one night, the stock market crashes, they lose all their wealth, and they turn they become homeless in

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one day. After being billionaires ending up being on the streets.

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begging people for money happens.

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So don't be deluded, whatever you have is, as I said, in Arabic iria everything is, is given to you for a short period of time from ALLAH and he wants he takes it away from you anytime he wants, anytime he wants. So don't feel so secure with whatever possessions you have whatever power you possess.

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In nephew datacolor Ableton Dima Yaksha indeed, there is a lesson in this for everyone who has who lives in all to Allah subhanaw taala he actually he fears the punishment of Allah subhanaw taala. And by the way, humans might think we like to think that humans are rational. We like to think that we are rational, I can evaluate something, I can evaluate arguments, I can evaluate choices, and alternatives. And I can make a very informed choice. But we don't realize we're not completely rational and it's impossible to be completely irrational as a human being, we have a lot of hidden bias, a lot of hidden inclinations and influences, emotional, social.

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It's different types of influences. A lot of them are subtle and influence us in ways we don't even know.

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So claiming to be rational and making a rational scientific decision is, is such a big claim is really such a big call. I said it's a tall order. It's not for humans, humans are a mixture of

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spiritual essence,

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logical essence, rational essence, physical inclinations and needs, and also emotional tendencies and feelings. So any decision we'll make at any point in time is a rational decision. Even a person who seems to be the least emotional in the world, they some sometimes there are people who have no sense of emotional feelings to us. Now they have emotions, but we're just unable to relate to their, you know, their emotional makeup. That's it, even people who seem to be so reckless and they have no concern for others, they have emotions, they have emotions and their emotions are actually shaping their life. emotions like anger,

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right? emotions like frustration, revenge, etc. These are emotions again, so we humans are a mixture of these so we cannot make a rational decision. So this way, the last one that I says, Allah allows humans to God is where Allah says for example, we're number one and accomplish a mental health he will do a 1x and y they will emphasize with a mallet. We shall try it with some fear and

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loss of crops and lives and wealth and so on and so forth. Why? Because humans when they go through different situations and different experiences, they think differently. So sometimes there are people

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that when they live in easy times, this actually brings about the best in them. They're very good people. But when these people are tried with hardship and poverty and DEC, they turn into monsters, they turned to criminals. There are people who are the opposite, that when life is really hard for them, and challenging the rise up to the challenge, and they become very ethical, principled, and hardworking and good people. But an easy times, these people tend to spoil themselves and lose their focus and lose their morality.

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So Subhanallah humans have to go through different emotions. Allah allows us to go through fear sometimes through hope, through loss through gain through different situations, because Allah is going to bring our essence through these situations. So sometimes humans really reflect some people can only be fixed by an extra spice of fear.

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Whereas some people can only be fixed with an extra spice of hope. So for every person, there is this level of balance, you need all of them, you need all of them. But where do you where do you set that point of balance is different from one person to the other.

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There's what Allah says and if you Delic elaborate and dementia and D, there's a lesson for people who have this fear of Allah,

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Allah, then, ALLAH SubhanA starts pointing out some marvels in the creation. So again,

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Allah is drawing your attention to the whole context, the you know, the reality of this life, the hereafter, death etc, cannot be seen in isolation has to be seen within the whole context. You can also look at nature and the great creation of Allah subhanaw taala in isolation of the full context of why this was here in the first place, what is the what is the meaning behind all of this? Where is all this leading to? What's going to happen to this world you have to put all these elements together to see the full context. So Allah subhanaw taala is doing that in the Surah for us and he says, our double diamond shaped donor regime and I should have given me some Obinna Rafa has some

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calf as a wha la now a Haji Aloha, well out of lava

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flow Gemini

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will GBL Azza Mata and La Kumari and so the meaning is

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which is harder to create you or the skies

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which do you think is a harlot

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and too much alcohol can me Santa Ana, which is greater creation you or disguise which is difficult to more difficult to create.

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He built it Allah build the skies, Allah build the skies and you know that the skies are so much bigger and larger and greater than the creation of human beings as far as some calf is aware raising it high and forming it flawlessly. Allah subhanaw taala raised this skies they are about above us as a canopy.

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Were affordable haha

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sorry. So Wow. Shalala, how affordable ha and Allah dimmed it's night and brought forth it's daylight so Allah subhanaw taala even brought darkness and light that you see in the horizon. Allah has designed all of this the skies, the nighttime, the daytime, this light that spreads around and when it disappears at nighttime the darkness will Danica Hara. As for the earth, He spread it out as well. Also the earth Allah designed it in this way. So when we said previously that Allah made it.

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Allah made the earth accessible to humans, they're able to travel through it, they're able to travel through it. Why? Because they are supposed to travel through it. They're supposed to seek provision they are supposed to reflect on it, and they're supposed to grow and build nations. So Allah made it accessible Allah made it liveable, conducive to life conducive to civilization conducive to work. So it's been designed like this. It's been designed for life.

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A hollow German hammer Maha Maha and Allah brought forth bringing forth its water and past pasture. So Allah brought forth from the earth as well water for you. Allah brought water so you can drink and for the plants to grow and for the animals to survive. And also Allah bro vegetation, pasture so animals can eat and you can have something to eat. trees will grow and will produce you know, fruits, vegetables, etc. All of this you think all of this is random Allah is designed

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do all of that, all of that. And it's just working a God according to the plan of Allah subhanaw taala. So Allah is drawing their attention here to his might, his ability to create, and to the precision and the purpose behind all of this creation, there's precision, the resistance in this universe, if you guys just look at it, you there's a system, and the system is tweaked, according to a precise measure, is designed for you to make life conducive for you. And we know now that humans so far, so far have not come to know about any planet, in this universe that is conducive to life.

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The only planet that is conducive to life, the only environment that is that allows life to survive, to be there is only the earth

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is only the earth. Why? Because Allah made it this way. It's not a chart, it's not like a,

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like the product of chance. It didn't happen randomly that this is the Earth, it was put there. And we know everything's precise about the Earth, you know, this Spirit according to which it you know, rotates or revolves around the Sun, the Spirit according to which it spins around, it's access, everything, the distance from the Sun, the distance in the morning, the distance from the moon, everything is just so precise, is so precise. And it's small changes with throw life out of existence. And it's small changes. So Allah keeps all of that together. So I was drawing your attention to this fact.

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That you guys, there are guys who are arguing that there is no Lord there's no creator, there's no hereafter after death, there's no life. And that's it. That's all we have is this life. I was drawing the attention that you like, this argument has no basis has no foundation. Because if there was only you know,

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only this life, why did how did this whole thing come into existence? How this whole new beautiful well orchestrated system? How did it come together?

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It's quite obvious. It's quite obvious. So Allah Samantha is drawing the attention here and Allah is basically mentioned the purpose why He created all of this. He says, Well, gee, Bella Elsa, and Allah set the mountains firmly upon it upon Earth. And we mentioned salt and never basically stabilisers. Then Allah says matter and look unworthy and may come as a means of sustenance for you and your animals. That's why Allah created

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you know, what we have what we see was a harlequin Murphy's. Somehow it will make fun of the Jaime admin who Allah subhanaw taala has put everything at your service.

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Allah created this, these things, these, this universe that we know, Allah created us created it to make

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human life possible, to give us this experience to go through this test of life. That's why everything else exists in the universe that we know.

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And the creation that we deal with, okay.

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Is designed for us to make life possible and this is part of the meaning and so, the version solid

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and Islamic Alaikum I says, what occurred Kolomna Benny

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Hamel now homefield very well Buhari was gonna Homina put you back to a football now Maliki remember Hello Veneto Lila, we have honored and dignified Children of Adam son of Adam. Humanities dignified by Allah was given on a privilege. We have Milan Wilbur, we will back out and we have carried them. We've allowed them vehicles to carry them on the earth and in the sea, and the ocean

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have been available to them, and I'll pay you back. And we have offered them all types of good provision that they can use and benefit from and, and do and survive within and utilize and enjoy.

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And we have favored them over many of our creations, many of our creations, and yet humanity tends to Allah subhanaw taala it says, prove that God exists after all of this. After all of this, I mean, you can't disbelieve in a creator unless you turn a blind eye to all these facts. You can't. It's impossible.

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Metallica, money Anamika then Allah Subhana Allah says that's and that's not the end of the story. You're not You're not meant just to enjoy this life or go through this life or suffer in this life. And then that's it. No, all of this is designed and is going to lead. Like any story. When you weave it together. It's going to climax and it's going to start to resolve itself. There's a sequence there's a story, the story and when you end the story at the moment of death, it doesn't add up.

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It doesn't make sense. It just doesn't make sense.

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So

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There's a continuation there's a sequel to this life. Allah starts to explain this sequel. And he says for either

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metal Cobra it will matter that cone in San Omarosa or whatever is I told you hey Medina you're off and lava I thought I'm here to dunya for internal Jehovah heal Mattawa Imam and Haifa McCollum I'll be here when and if Samuel Howard in Elgin Netta here in our last month I says and when the Supreme disaster comes to pass

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a bomb metal cupola I mean, I don't think any

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the word in English doesn't really translate the word of bomb like Bama is the absolute kind of disaster it's you know there is something in English called in literature onomatopoeia I think they call it automatic this is this is Latin onomatopoeia it basically

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the words the sound of the word gives you the sense of it the feel of it all right. So for example, in English we have bank right resembles the sound itself the bank so it sort of gives you a sense of what the experience is. Again languages have this in the Arabic language is quite powerful bomb in Arabic and Arab when you say a bomb, man, it's just like you've given the man the person that a slap on their mouth right on their face.

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This is why an Arab like if an Arab wants to swear at someone like they use the same root Tama or something like just like, slap right on your finger across your face but right on your face and your eyes and your mouth. That's what it means. Okay, so bomb metal Cobra Allah, soon the bomber the hereafter comes like such a profound shock.

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The greatest shock which is the Day of Judgment when it comes about, yo matter that girl in Santo masa, when every person will remember all their deeds or their strivings. Everything you have done. Allah uses the word here, sir. A lot doesn't use the word Amman, Amman, Allah use uses the word Saharsa is that you actively pursue something. You engage in something you toil in something, you exert yourself in something, you consciously and intently do something. So you basically you're engaging with something to show that what humans do humans have purpose. Humans have intention behind everything that you do, by the way, we have intention behind everything. We don't do things

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for no reason. We have an intention behind everything. We have a purpose behind everything we do. But the problem most of the time, most of our intentions are unconscious. They happen under the level of our consciousness, we're unaware of them.

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And what a disastrous way to live not knowing where your actions come from.

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Because you might end up on the Day of Judgment thinking I've been doing things for Allah but you because you haven't developed this clarity with yourself. You will come and actually you have done things for other than Allah subhanaw taala and the prophets Allah mentions the Hadith reported in the Sahaba which is actually a very profound Hadith. The first people to enter the Hellfire what?

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Someone who was called caught it, I am someone who memorized Quran and learnt it and and mastered the sciences of the Quran that's called it's not someone who only memorizes the word. You have to understand everything about the Quran to be called got it.

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And Shaheed someone supposedly died as a matter and third person, a generous person, very generous person, because we used to give seemingly for the sake of Allah Subhan Allah and Allah will question each one of them. What did you do with what I gave you mother and military?

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Mother and Milt?

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I would say first was and say, Oh Allah, like I learned the Quran and I taught it for your sake. Allah says kidnapped your liar. I stood up Khurana told it for you your liar. You did that so people would say God I had him he will say he's a god he is Adam. And people said what could kill who the winner not take him to the fire first one is enter the Hellfire second one martyrs same thing but the I have fought for you and died for you again my life for you know you wanted people to say Jerry he's courageous is brave. And people said you got all that and honor you got the medals. You got all the ceremonies, you've got all the

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all these, you know, celebrations.

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You've got your share to him a hellfire. Same thing, the generous person I did that for your sake. You know you did that. So people will say Kareem, he's generous. And people said, take him to the alpha.

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So it's very important to have clarity with our intentions. So Allah Subhana Allah says your man said the Quran sunnah Massa, a man a person will remember what they have done what they have pursued Salah is

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also pursuit, you're pursuing something. So we actually, we want to when we when we do something, it doesn't just happen to us, we get out of our way to do it. So develop this clarity with yourself. Always ask yourself what my intention is, why am I doing these things. And after a while, when you really keep yourself in check, and you sort of create this alignment with Allah subhanaw taala. And really wanting to live your life for Allah, the process becomes easier, because the good thing that's the flip side of it, the good side of it is basically, when you have developed this alignment with loving Allah subhanaw taala and obeying Allah and wanting to do things for Allah, you're going

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to do things and your intention is unconscious, but it's for Allah and you don't have to think about it. So basically, the random things you do every day, the good things you do on a daily basis, you help someone you're, you smile to the face of someone, you don't have to say, Oh, I have to do this for the sake of Allah. Now it's already in.

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Maybe you're not conscious of it. Now you haven't brought it to your consciousness, but it's working because you've been building that for a long time. You created that alignment. So your intention is already for Allah even though you're not so conscious of it. You have developed this beautiful nature that always wants to do good for Allah.

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So that's the flip side of it. So a man will remember everything they have done everything that they have engaged in, all your deeds will be brought before you were born. RingCentral Johanna Solomon Yara and hellfire will be brought and manifested in two two visible will be visible to everyone. And one Hadith where the prophets of Allah mentions that you are to Mulkey Yama, TB Jahannam Lucha buena alphas Imam Allah Quran these imam in sub alpha Malacca here so without over lemma

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Johanna Hellfire will be brought on the day of judgment and it has 70,000 handles. Each handle is carried by 70,000 Angels

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and it is dark there's no light in it the fire of the Hellfire has no light is dark,

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is dark has no light has no flame, the flame is black, is dark, so it doesn't give any light. Why you so that all Muslim is so dark the Prophet SAW Selim says. So it will be brought and all of humanity will be will be able to be visible to everyone. And this is when people get scared. What Buddha is that will do him or he may yell for Imam and Baba.

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Those who transgressed there's a went again there fitrah against the guidance of the Quran and the Sunnah, those who rejected the faith, for a man on bahawa Earth are all here to dunya and they give preference to you know some of the things in this life over the hereafter.

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And by the way, there is it's not necessarily a state of conflict between this life and the hereafter. One man came from the desert, from the Arabs in the desert, the nomads, he came to me publicly Allahu Anhu. And he said, I was a very eloquent person. And you know, the Arabs really appreciate every time they visit, someone would speak for the group. Someone would come to the most important person in the city or the Khalifa or the leader of the government that would speak and make a beautiful speech. That's the norm there. And people have this audacity and this love to speak in such a formal fashion. So he came terminal Hatami started speaking, he said, and I put the dunya

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down, but it's so despicable. And nexternal hottub, there was a man with a white beard and white hair. And he looks at me, he says, Hold on, hold on, slow down.

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He says you're putting the dunya saw down, he says how can we make it to paradise without using this dunya

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he basically said you overdoing it. So he said I he actually I kept silent. I couldn't respond to that.

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Then I asked who's this? They said this is ebube recap of the Allah one

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way of looking at the Greek companion, the one who used to literally had the time of

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he said yes, I mean dunya dunya you don't have to make it to Africa. You don't have to. There are people who by the way, put the dunya down completely. Why because they can't get it.

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But they want to give it a religious facade.

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You have a share in this dunya and you can if you can use the Amana hottub set to the Muslims don't leave the market for non Muslims. Because if they dominate the market, we're doomed.

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And he said to the Muslims don't don't leave medicine for others.

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Don't leave medicine for others Ashima Masha and he said one of the biggest mistakes the Muslims have done they have neglected medicine.

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So

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you might want to be what we call weather and someone who will really like more of a hermit you don't want to engage so much with a dunya that's probably maybe that's good for you. But generally speaking, in order for Islam to be strong Muslims need resources. We live in this world we don't live in a spiritual world. We live in a physical world we have to do with it. So

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It's good that Muslims are resourceful. It's good that Muslims have big business. It's good that Muslims are successful, is good as long as it doesn't take them from the akhirah.

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If it's in your hand and you're using it for a good cause, as bringing you closer to Allah, you get more chances than a person who is detaching from the dunya. And when other companions came to the Prophet Solomon, they complain, they said, O Messenger of Allah, like, the rich people are doing everything we do, and they're giving for the sake of Allah, the Prophet, I'm told them, of course, to do Subhanallah Alhamdulillah. So they started doing that. Then they came to the Prophet said, the rich people have learned about this, they're doing it now again. So now they're doing everything and they're getting a lot of reward because of their donations. The profits of sentences daddy cafard

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Lulu, you at him? And yes, it is. That's the blessing of Allah. He gives it to him ever he wills right. But there are people in in a sham. In natural Syria, they have this. This proverb, it's amiot. slang, they say, La

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illimitable, Elena Gaul and Hassan, the one who can't reach out to the grapes, he's gonna take it, they're gonna say they're not ripe yet the bitter

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or the sour yet? They're not ripe yet. But actually, they're ready. But because he can't reach them. He says, no, no. So if you can't get something, oh, it's bad. Why? Just because you can't get it. So be careful of these people. Be careful of these people. So the only time that the dunya becomes

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bad considered to be bad

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is when it takes you away from Allah. When it slows you down in your progress to Allah subhanaw taala but the dunya if you know how to use it could actually speed up your your journey to Allah subhanaw taala so be careful of this. That's what Allah says. So whoever is transgressed to Earth will hire the dunya and favorite this life against the next to the detriment of the hereafter. For in LJ Miguel, whether abode the resting place will be Jehane hellfire.

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What a madman ha Famicom I'll be here you want to have enough Sunil however, in Elgin, Anita Hill mama as to those who were in awe of Allah. All in all of standing before Allah, always ready for that standing before Allah subhanaw taala and restrain themselves and as the evil part of the self as their ego restraint hold held back themselves, and the desires Paradise will certainly be their home. I want to comment a bit more on this. So I'm going to leave that for next Friday Insha Allah, or next session shall on Friday.

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I'm going to elaborate more on this and we'll conclude with certain Nazjatar and hopefully it will cover so at Ibiza in totality Desikan Lajitas Las Animas in Muhammad William sabio Salam, I'll leave you to make your DUA. Shall we have about 15 minutes