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The speakers discuss the history and importance of Islam, including the use of alcohol as a means of drinking and the importance of caution and caution in the workplace. They also touch on the cycle of creation and the importance of letting the heart be the judge of the real story. The speakers emphasize the need for letting the heart be the judge of the real story and avoiding reading too much into it. They also mention the potential consequences of living on the "day of judgment."

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so we are still in solar Tabgha.

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And we said that

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there was an occasion for the solar to be revealed. When asked about the new rule, where the prophet saw someone speaking to the leaders of Mecca, and a blind person came to ask the prophets Allah Allahu Allah will send them something. And he was open to listen to the prophets of Salaam and learn from him. Whereas those leaders, the important people in Mecca, the elite in Mecca were not really receptive that much yet the prophets of salaam had hopes at that moment that they would listen to him.

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So the Prophet SAW Selim, give a frown to the blind person, although he's blind.

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Yet, Allah subhanaw taala reprimanded the prophets Allah synonym for making that choice. And the loss was clarified to the Prophet SAW Salem. And it's an important principle in Islam for the Cure in fit the Quran as occasion Salat, and Al for that kid in never added the car. So remind where the reminder is likely to pay off,

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was likely to pay off. So somebody might say so what if we know someone is not going to listen or not gonna accept the message, we don't remind them. There is two concepts here. There is an idea

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which is conveying the message conveying the message, you have to convey it to everyone, regardless whether they're going to accept it, they're likely to accept it, they're not likely to accept it, you have to give a biller you have the message has to reach them, you have to give it to them, and not give it to them in any way, in the best way possible. The best way possible because, you know, we're human beings, humans are not computers, they're not operation systems, just the process information, the style, in which you convey the message, the spirit and the mood in which you convey the message is consequential. Is consequential. That is why it's important is what Allah Subhana

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Allah says to the prophets of salaam Tafadzwa Calbee for Bowman Herrlich. If you were harsh, and you have this aggressive attitude people have turned away from you. People would have left you they won't stay with you. Why? Because they're human beings. And that's why the prophets of salaam says to the companions in our booth dome. Over surely in our inner birthstone another narration we are Siri and what I'm talking about Assyrian you were sent to bring people to Allah with ease and with good news.

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So there are people sometimes,

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like they expect to tell others off and convey the message to them in a very negative style. And they say these people rejected the message, no, sometimes it's your style. Sometimes it's your style and don't think a lot of they're going to hold you accountable for that Allah will actually hold you accountable for that. So we have to treat human beings as human beings, human beings, like when they are treated with respect when they are treated with kindness, when you are genuine towards them.

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So there is this Albula conveying the message, that's number one that has to be to everyone. But there is something else, which is the reminder, they could have cared. You keep reminding people giving advice for that care in Nevada decohere. You give advice when it's likely to

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pay off when the person is likely to listen and accept and benefit from the reminder. But if you know if you know that someone is

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like his situation is going to get even worse with your advice. You hold back. This is why some people think an admirable model for Nihan Moncure is across the board. Any situation, you go and join the good and advise against the evil. And they quote the Hadith of the prophets of salaam they say the President said monochloramine como con for over a year will be the whoever sees an evil but let him change it with his hand if he cannot, or he can't with his tongue then if he cannot with his heart, and that's the weakest level of him and they say so any evil you see, you have to go and change it. No, no. This is called the moment Arabic as a general statement, it applies across the

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board. But there are exceptions and you have to be aware of them. For example, the prophets I seldom says

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or Allah subhanaw taala in the Quran.

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You know, at the beginning of the Muslims when they spoke to the non Muslims they used to put down their false gods. They said these they don't eat, they don't drink. They're not they just don't. Right.

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So you shouldn't be worshipping them.

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So Allah subhanaw taala then instructed the believers because the the non Muslim started to say the same about Allah who's Allah they said

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To insult Allah as an insult Allah, Allah Allah Allah says what at a superbill leadin Adriana, I'm doing Allah for you so Bula don't really do not insult their gods.

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In a less they insult Allah subhanaw taala. Although it's true, what you're saying what the gods is true, but if it's going to backfire? No, this is why this call is in the one this caller who really explained this so beautifully is Imam inventoriable Henneberry Rahim Allah Allah in his book, Jeremy will follow me will help him in his book jam. And along with him. He explained the Hadith number Amin comun Quran folio of a Yahoo BA, he says Whoever sees an evil that changes the Hadith and problem explained it so beautifully. And he said, you don't do that everywhere. You have to know when to apply it. You have to know when to apply it this way. In a show for the seventh time era and

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Allah to Allah, he actually explains the levels of enjoying the good, enjoying the good and forbidding the evil is part of a declaw part of it. They call that the killer part of the reminder. He says

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in joining the good forbidding the evil sometimes is an obligation.

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And sometimes it's recommended most

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men do. Sometimes it's neutral, mobile, or it could be like it's in the middle. And C says sometimes it's macro dislike and sometimes it's haram.

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Sometimes it's haram when it leads to more evil, It's haram. And even Taymiyah himself actually the story One of the stories were in his biography, one of his students mentioned a story, or even Taymiyah was with a group of his students. They came out of the masjid after one of their lessons and their time there was the moguls at the top. And my goal. And my goal, you know, they they took over the world, a very aggressive

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and they took over Baghdad, they destroyed Baghdad, they killed a million people in one day in Baghdad. And then they moved on even they reached Damascus where even Tamiya used to live. And eventually they took it over. But at some stage, these moguls they became Muslim.

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They became Muslim, their leader Amazon became Muslim. And he started to pray the five daily prayers and he had them then who calls the ban and they claimed to be Muslim, yet they still killed others and they killed Muslims as well.

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So even Samia was with this group of students.

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And they see a group of the Mogul soldiers in the street. And one of these mobile soldier soldiers doing that drinking alcohol.

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They're drinking alcohol haram. It's a big sin and they claim to be Muslims. They claim to be Muslims. So one of the students have been telling me Yeah, he approaches them. He starts marching towards them. Even Timmy is very intelligent, by the way. So he grabs him from behind and says Come Where are you going? It is drinking alcohol. I'm going to tell them you guys Muslims, It's haram. He says don't do that.

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Don't do that. said why? He said he's these people when they are drunk. Okay? They don't. They keep themselves busy drinking and they just sort of intoxicated. So they're distracted from the Muslims. But when these people are sober and they're awake, and they have their senses, they start killing passive passers by the cool people who pass him by. That's what they tell us to do. Someone is passing by. They're having fun. Hey, come over here. What do you have? Are you going and they start playing with him stop bullying him to the end up killing him. That's what they used to do. Send me I said no, let them drinking alcohol is less evil than killing Muslims. So let them drink alcohol.

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Alcohol. So this is why the Imams and the scholars they say MondayA if Marathi Belvoir, Egypt MAMARAZZI. Bill mancha Lyoha, Polonia, Moto Moto,

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the one who doesn't know the levels and the priorities with the good and the evil is not happy. It's not helpful for him to start taking the responsibility of American health and

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it will be bringing more evil

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so we have to be careful. We have to be careful this doesn't conflict with the verse or Allah with the pro with the Hadith of the Prophet and when he says builder who I knew Allah

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Bella who annual I convey for me even if it's a verse that basically that's Beloved, you know about a verse you convey you know something about Islam see it, but but when the matters of faith matters of it then issues say Brother This is wrong. This is no no no, you don't get that. That's not the area and that's the Arab say they have Lisa bureau. Shiki federal gee, this is not your specialty out of here. Get out of here. That's not your area. So you will find and this is something I want to make this practical. We have to be careful if you see someone approaching you

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and they start saying oh, this is Hello, this is haram. You do that?

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As long as you do this right, say just go ahead and do it. You don't have to take from him. You need to make sure the person who's giving you such an advice is a person of knowledge is a person of knowledge is a person of knowledge. There are many people who make things haram and they're not held on.

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Why because culturally, where they come from there's an issue with these things. So be careful. Be careful and making something Haram is so evil, by the way, is such a huge violation. Allah Allah says in the Quran, Allah to all holy matters before Xena to come will have the Haram and why are the halal it after all, and Allah who

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did not say also has do not say he says Do not say do not describe this thing is halal and haram.

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Out of your own minds of your own your own understanding so that you're making a lie against Allah. This is such a this is one of the cupbearer you know the Kibera the major sins. Allah Subhan Allah says, Allah Allah, Allah him Allah to Allah money that you say about Allah something you do not have proper knowledge of. So unless the person is learned, unless the person knows what he or she is talking about, and if someone who studied Islam as properly, they know what they're talking about.

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Thank them for their advice, but consult a person of knowledge consult a person of knowledge, a part of this is well just an extension of that. It's more of a digression. Some of the scholars say Mendham, yeah, if he laughs Alpha. Aha. Felice, hello, and yet more when

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the one who doesn't know the differences among the scholars with regards to issues, it's not for him to

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stop giving, saying people do this don't do that.

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It's not for them. It's not for them. So this is why we have quite a clear Maxim principle. In fact, that's agreed upon among the scholars that in Karla female out in the field if you know where there are differences, and not any killer, if not any differences among the scholars, but sound proper differences alkylphenol Mr. Sal, Mala Mia.

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Land colophon waterlefe laugh when there is differences among the scholars sound differences among the scholars, you cannot say to the other person, you are wrong. You cannot he's following a scholar. He's following a scholar.

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So these are important things important etiquette. thing is we are sabotaging our religion.

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Under the pretext of giving advice, we really there are people very young people who come to the massaged who are pushed away from the masjid under the pretext or need to give them advice. I'm telling you, I've seen a lot of the youth. They don't want to come to the masjid for one reason. They come to the masjid they get picked on hair, your hair cut hair, your your shirt, your pants, your this your that

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leave them leave them. And there are things that people think that haram than haram they start telling these people one day I remember after Jim how one guy comes to me and he's dragging two youngsters, I've never seen these youngsters in the masjid. And he says told them that what they're doing what they're wearing is haram. And I'm telling you it's not haram, what they were wearing, it's not haram, but in our countries. It's inappropriate for men to wear these things. But here it's common. Everyone wears it.

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So this morning, I said wait,

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how come it's haram? I said yeah, why is it haram? We speaking Islam and we're speaking here why is it haram?

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He says not another wearing hello I said you are saying it doesn't make it

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doesn't make it ha man take it easy on these kids. Take it easy on these kids. How are you? What you're doing is actually how I'm doing. So be careful. So there are people who are sabotaging all religions sabotaging our relationship with Allah subhanaw taala. So let's say these people to me, these are bandits. These are robbers. They robbed you out of your religion after your religion. So a vicar is important. Said you give the Kra not bailiff conveying the message to everyone but then you give it where it belongs, you give it where it belongs, you give it where it belongs. Otherwise vichara you have to have knowledge for the vichara reminder. And you the position or the situation

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has to be appropriate has to be appropriate. There was a situation probably shared that story previously before for that, but it's worth mentioning again. There was a guy and that happened in my country in Jordan. A guy came from Egypt, as a laborer, as a worker

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comes from a poor environment. And because of the difference in, you know, the currency, he's able to make

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good money. It's a low wage in my country, but when he translates that to his own currency, his current local currency, it makes a good it makes a good wage.

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So

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he came over, and he worked for a rich family. And he was practicing, were very enthusiastic, recently started practicing. And he wants to fix everyone. He wants to get everything right, and so on and so forth. So he works for this rich family. They have some kind of a farm outside of the city. And they have a small like residence there. Two bedrooms, probably. And they gave him a small place there to stay like one room, that's your room, stay there, look after the farm, water it and look after it and maintain it. They usually go there for vacation, they go there on the weekend, and so on and so forth. So the son of that rich person, the owner,

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is young man, and he's falling into bad things. So one day, he comes with his young brother young brother is about seven years old. And they have a third person with him, or them that third person is who is a girl. He brought this girl for something haram

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to this farm, and basically for Xena.

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So this guy, the worker, he says to him, what's this? He says none of your business get out of here. He's not you can't do that.

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You can't do that. Is Listen, it's my it's my it's my farm. It's my father's farm. That's none of your business. Go and do your work. And don't open your mouth. He said No, I'm not gonna let you

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I'm not gonna let you sounds good. Right? As green tension is the right thing to do is the right thing to do. But you have to have a good estimation of the situation. He said, No, I'm not. I'm not gonna stop you. You can't do that. He starts fighting with him.

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The other kid

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is probably a teenager, but he knows what he's doing. He calls 911.

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Police comms and he says he knows because unfortunately, our country's expats don't have the rights. They're not given a fair chance. So he says basically they set him up, they bring the police and he speaks to his own brother. And they accused him that he was trying to sexually moreless molest the little child, seven years old. The accused and falsely

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police takes him beat him.

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They break his bones. They take him to prison.

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And what did they do? They really beat him down. They sentenced him to seven years in prison.

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How do I know about the story? One of my teachers was falsely put in prison for one year then he was cleared of all of that. So he was putting so he met him in the prison.

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And when he met him in the prison, he came to my teacher and he said yeah, chef.

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He and you start saying Kufa. He says Allah is unfair.

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arugula.

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He started swearing at Allah

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my teacher was short and sweet. Are you talking about he tells him his story. He says it's your fault. You know you don't have the power to do this.

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Why do you put yourself in that position that situation? So again, so I felt this was important to explain in joining the good and forbidding the evil many people think you just do it across the board Norma, not if you're not qualified if you don't know the situation properly. If it's likely to backfire, you cannot do it it becomes haram like she has done to me It says it becomes haram and will not have an anchor it could become haram for you if it's gonna backfire and make a situation worse. You see how Islam is all built as the scholars say like Imams sharply be the mammal of as early as 17 years will and even ashore and others they said a while more Sharia on the media and

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then it escalated masala facet Islam is built on bringing about the benefits and the goods and repelling the evil and you know, bad things. That's what Islam is built on.

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Islam is built on.

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So anyway,

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then Allah subhanaw taala tells the prophets Allah so basically Allah subhanaw taala was showing the proofs and priorities.

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That when there is someone who's likely to accept the message, these are the people you give them more reminder, if the motet killer than the ones who are very unlikely to accept, so you need to also be wise as to where you put your data, where you put your reminder, you have to be wise you have to really be selective, you have to be selective.

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Then Allah Subhan Allah talks about the this is a third killer and Allah talks about man. Then we reached the point where Allah Subhan Allah says Allah wants to draw the attention of man into the signs Allah signs in the creation for the unborn in Santa

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for the unborn son of the law

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by army and now suburban and

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former Chicago and an older Shep cough and button if you were in Auburn Wakaba was a tune and want to know whether a gargoyle Baba ki Hatton materiala comedy amicon Allah says, Look man, look at his limit read the translation of the meanings

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so he says here, let people then consider their food,

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how we pour down how we pour the pour down, rain in abundance, and meticulously split the earth open for sprouts, causing grain to grow in it, as well as grapes and greens and olives and palm trees, and dense orchards, and fruits and fodder all as a means of sustenance for you and your animals. So Allah subhanaw taala again, and Allah did the same. Previously, in just anma We said specifically insalata Nazjatar law draws our attention to his magnificent creation, how this whole creation and how what he produces is not there randomly, it's for you is put at your service. It's designed to make your life prosperous and possible. So all of this Allah put it at your service immediate, you

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know, provide for you. Allah says mutter under Cambodia and amicon Providence for you and for your animals, your cat, your, your, your sheep, your cows, etc. It's all about your sustenance, then Allah subhanaw taala shows the end of all of this metallic Omani anatomy calm. And that's not going to be the case all the time, it's not going to be like you guys, one generation after the other and you eat and you drink, then and you animals and there will be rain and vegetation and so on and so forth. This cycle of Earth is not going forever, it's going to come to an end because it's serving a purpose and that purpose comes okay, you know, the cycle of life will stop will come to a halt. So,

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Allah Subhan Allah says, for either Ajah at your site,

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and this is a profound word in Arabic. Even the words are very emphatic, solid is more solid, Ha is one of the most emphatic words in the Arabic language, and it shows a lot of heavy weight for either jet. Or Safa. See how the translator he put the meaning.

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He said, Then when the Deafening Blast comes to past, he's gonna get Deafening Blast. It's a good it's a good translation of the meanings. But the word cipher just like in saltan, as the atom bomb is a very powerful with a Saha as well. It's like a

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it's like something heavy that falls and breaks everything. That's a sock of

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a saw your mayor football not only in a, hey, we're only here with a B was our hibbity. He was 28 equilibrium in New York. So when the Deafening Blast comes to pass, on that day, every person will free from their own siblings, and even their mother and father and even their spouse, and children.

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So when the day of judgment comes is going to come as a shock.

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It's a very shocking experience to the point where people will start running away because when you get in trouble, who do you refer to? Who do you run to? Usually, you have brothers, sisters, you you go to them, right? Because you expect them to help you. You have parents, you rush to your parents, or you go to your spouse, to the people, you know you love and the people who love you and care for you. But on that day, you're going to run away from everyone.

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Because you know, no one can help you. You know, no one can help you know there are narrations from the Prophet Salam, although sometimes the authenticity is disputed, but some scholars actually accepted those narrations that

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on the Day of Judgment, a mother will approach her son. Her son is an adult, obviously, and she's old. She will come to her son. She says my son

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Hammond took Fe Rahimi he bought me.

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Well, I'd like to come in 30 I carried you in my own room, and I nursed you. I gave you milk for my own body

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was a historically

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whatever to add a column and we'll

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talk about and I looked after you and I cared for you and I was up all night when you were sick and ill and I gave you all my time.

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Until you grew, you grew up and you became independent. Now all I want from you. One has one reward give me one reward from your record so I can end up

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right guys

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so he turns to his mother for your TV drama for your call your Alma in Al Hasan Atleti top lobby in LA enough yesterday they had a Delia the Anna, how would you relate

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to me is Rocco is up. So he would say to his mother, you know the hassle you're asking of me. I needed the most, I can't give it to you now. And he turns away and he leaves.

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So Yo my foot will not only Nephi you're gonna run away from your siblings

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will only he will be and his father and his mother. No one is going to help you. You will know like you're gonna roll and run away from everyone from everything. Well, maybe was he when he and his wife, his spouse, and his children went away from everyone.

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The equilibrium in whom you made every one of them. For them, every one will have enough concern of their own. Everyone is going to have their own case to welcome. Everyone has their own problems and their own worries that on that day to worry about.

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Then the last one that says on that day

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we'll do we who knew who made the most federal law he kept on most days on that day. Some faces will be bright, most fella was far as most fear Allah gives the description

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of most fear to the morning.

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As far as when something lights up, when something lights up, we do on your maiden Mosfilm days on that on that day, there will be faces that are lit up a so bright, bright of what because of what because of happiness. Happiness would your made the most fella he kept on was Topshop. And these faces will be laughing and rejoicing. There'll be smiling, there will be in such a deep state and profound state of happiness. Because they know we have made it. We have made it Who do you want to make the most FIRA by hackaton Mr. Shell and they are looking forward to what's next very optimistic they can see what you know what is lying ahead of them which is going to be positive.

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What would you open your mouth and you have Ebola, what other faces will be dusty? Taco ha Tara cast in gloom without Homolka volatile Federa those are the disbelievers and the wicked sinners. So this is how people are going to end up into these two types of people. People whose faces will be bright and radiant because of the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala and they know where they're going to end up. And some people whose faces will be in gloom there'll be darkened

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as the last one that it says old Yo Yo Ma even now Lila so the AMA Allah says faces that will be have what now the law

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daddy for free would you hear him not bulletin name No bro is you don't when someone lives a luxurious life a healthy life you can see health in their face on the cheeks right? You can see it that's what Allah describes the people of Paradise would you want the almighty now? You see so much

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help health so much.

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Like blessings and so much it's I don't know what's the word in English but it's just it's a state of being living a healthy life and being physically well mentally well, emotionally Well, everything well, that's it's that state where your face lights up and is so ready and because of the health and the well being that you're experiencing, we're going to make another Ihlara behind now there are there will be looking at the Lord. They will be looking at their Lord and that's the blessing the Allah's Montana is gonna give them

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all y'all y'all might even bear sila and faces they're going to be gloomy. Can it be broken? Terrible? No, you've either been alfalfa, there's certain that a disaster is going to befall them soon. So this is how people are going to end up on the Day of Judgment again, last month, you can see how Allah open surah ama with one thing and he closed it with the same notion. Here in solid Abba said the same thing Allah mentions two types of people. The Prophet salaam was speaking to the blind person who was trying to learn more and the arrogant disbelievers who are rejecting the message. Allah Subhan Allah shows Allah started with them and then Allah closes the surah as well

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with their end what's going to happen on the day of judgment to these two types of people then we'll move on to solid at the queer

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Surah Surah. The query shows what's gonna happen to the natural phenomena that we know what's going to happen to them on the Day of Judgment. So everything is going to change as Allah Subhan Allah says, Yo Matoba viral LD was some arts, when the earth is going to change, it's not going to be the same as you know it, the same will happen to the skies and heavens. So

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Allah subhanaw taala says the meaning of the verses

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when the sun is put out, so the sun as we know it will be put out, there'll be no light.

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And there'll be no heat that is the bit at the beginning, as at the beginning,

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and when the stars fall down, and when the mountains are blown away, and when they're pregnant camels are left unattended, and when wild beasts are gathered together, and when the seas are set on fire, and when the souls and their bodies are peppered once more, and when baby gills buried alive are asked for what crime they will put to death. And when the records of deeds are laid open, and when the sky is tripped is stripped away. And when the Hellfire is fiercely flirt up. And when paradise is brought near. On that day, each soul will know what deeds it has brought along.

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Now there is something we have to also understand because we are dealing with verses that talk about things on the day of judgment. And we mentioned that when we're talking, explaining solitaire never as well, when Allah describes paradise,

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that these are real.

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These are not only symbolic, these are real things the sun will be put out

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and the heavens will crack and will break the mountains will be blown. All of this is going to happen for real for real, but there is something we have to understand. And this is what some of the scholars say that when we recite the Quran when we relate to the Quran, there are there's more than one level. So for example

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I love as Ali mentioned three levels of people who recite Quran they make sense as well.

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He says

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Karole Quran Allah Thalapathy axon. I will put small a world class Manya Karl Khurana Billy Cerny, he

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doesn't like our quantum medicine. He is someone who reads the Quran only with their tongue. So they recite the Quran with their tongue. Like the accounting pages, they're going through the words, and they're probably even reciting very well.

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Then he says, What are you on your Corolla? Khurana Billy Sani he?

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For you that kewley San Jose Alberto. So his his recitation with his tongue is reminding his heart so he's reflecting on the meanings of the words and he's taking them to heart, which is very great, is very great. And that's the that's actually the basic reason why Allah subhanaw taala sent down the Quran, Allah Subhan Allah says he Tablelands and now they can move out I can do the burro it will eater that God

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bless it book that we sent down upon you so that people may reflect on its verses. And then remember, okay, and then remember that's the point that he says what module on

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my annual Quran vehicle will be for either Cara Al Quran can Elisa know Muto, Jim told you man, I told you man can go to joumana to joumana Calbee. He,

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he says the person who's the meaning who the meanings of the Quran are in his heart.

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So when he recites the Quran, the meanings come out of his hearts. And it seems as though his tongue is expressing what's in his heart.

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So that's the other way around, rather than taking the rather than the impact coming from the tongue to the heart, from the tongue right into the ears, then to the heart. It's actually the other way around, the meanings are in the hearts. And the tongue seems to be expressing the heart through the words of Allah subhanaw taala. And that's not easy even to imagine. The reason I'm saying this, is that

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there are people who will read the Quran only with their mind, only with their brain

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only with their brain. So they start critiquing, you know what happens logically. Say, Okay, when the sun disappears, there will be no light. So how are people going to see things

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This person is stuck in their mind. That's not how you read these things, because that's a different world.

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So the laws of physics there don't work as we know them, it's gonna be a different world. So you have to recite the Quran also with your hearts, these meanings, your mind can understand them basically, when the sun is put out when the, when the stars fall, when the mountains are blown away. And when the seas are, an oceans are set on fire, and so on and so forth. You can probably imagine that in your mind, but you need to let that all that knowledge, all that knowledge that's in the Surah run through your heart and your heart will recognize it as at a tacit level. Your heart feels it, your heart feels it, and that's knowledge of the Unseen by the way, when it's revealed to you in

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the Quran. Okay, so I know these the difference between these two levels, sometimes it's very subtle, not everyone can really, really sort of discern the difference between these two levels, but it's very important. And that's the same thing we do with the names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala, Allah describes himself in the Quran

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and the president scribes him in the Sunnah.

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These meanings are real.

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These are real, or whatever Allah says about himself in the Quran. And the companions of the Prophet Solomon, the early generations have agreed upon that these are real meanings. These are real meanings. They're not figures of speech. They're not metaphors, they're not symbols. They're not words without meaning. No, they don't have meaning. They're real. And Allah says, Man, I still I still was when Allah says, Mama Naka and let us do the Lima Haluk, to be a day and so on and so forth. Things that Allah says about himself the prophets of sentences in that kind of wonderful little effort in the lions in dunya. These are real meanings. If you try to understand them with

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your head with your mind it doesn't you because your mind is designed to understand this physical world.

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And that's why Imam Malik when he was asked about a man came to him and he said, Man, I'll see you still can key Festo is a ramen the Most Merciful rose above the throne. How Imam Malik said it is to our Alma alone. He says we know what to ra rise above the throne what that means we know what it means. Well que forma mudhole so our hearts know what the meaning is. While K for how trying to figure it out with your head. That's not for you. Module.

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It's impossible. You can't reach that because that's knowledge of the Unseen. You try to figure it out. There's white people, when you mentioned the issue of Allah subhanaw taala at the hands of Allah Subhan Allah they say, some people are gonna say so that means Allah is like his creation. He has hands not Allah's hands are not like our hands, but our hearts understand the meanings. Our hearts understand the meanings. So this is why when we deal with matters of the unseen what's going to happen on the day of judgment about paradise, or about Allah subhanaw taala himself, you have to get your heart involved. Your heart believes in these meanings, but don't try to work them out the

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details of them with your mind. Don't try to see okay, like gardens beneath which rivers flow try to figure it out with your with your head. It's really difficult. Allah the Prophet SAW Selim says that, Oh Allah says often folk they have often Magne last Medina says, like the Messenger Solomon says in one Hadith, like the one in the low are the people in the average state levels in paradise, when they look at the highest ranking believes in paradise, they will see them like stars.

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They'll see them like stars and the chambers or the rooms there are transparent.

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This is something we cannot imagine. These things we can only imagine with our heads, but our hearts feel at peace knowing these things. And that's why because our football recognizes these things. So it's important that when we read these meanings about the day of judgment

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that don't try to simply reduce them to physical phenomena as we know it. Their reality is far greater our hearts recognizes these as true, but don't try to sometimes we will try to visualize it like the description of paradise. Like the dirt in Paradise is what what's the what's the mud in Paradise made off?

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Its misc misc misc was athalon

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like this doesn't make sense, right? It doesn't make sense.

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Your heart knows it tell us leave it your heart feels at peace with that trying to work because the the MISC that is there is not necessarily like what we know here. Again,

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you're struggling to catch a loved one fee how will that theme

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and how long and humbling

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Let the sheriff in

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Alaska says in paradise there'll be a reverse of camera.

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Right.

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But the Hummer, there is not like the Hummer here. It's not like the alcohol that we have here, the intoxicant is different. So this is something your heart nose. So don't try to reduce these meanings of the unseen to your brain, it might be sometimes problematic. So involve your heart, your heart knows these words of Allah are true. And by the way, if you allow your heart to reflect on these verses, and I would say,

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try to do that.

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Maybe before Asha, if you have time, or any time any five minutes you have today go to solar to tech career, go to solid ethical sorta queries Surah, number 81. So number 81, don't go and read it. And try if you can read Arabic and understand Arabic perfect if not go to the meanings, translation of the meanings that might be helpful. Try to let your heart ponder on that.

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Sometimes when you read the surah your really takes you into the Day of Judgment, it takes you into a different world. And you feel completely in tune with that world. And so it's such a horrific scene to be in such a horrific scene to be in, it's not easy to see everything you know, is broken, everything you know is gonna fall apart. Such a scary thing. So it's good actually to try to delve into the Quran in that and that way. So again, this is in line with the general theme of the AMA is that it's all about the Day of Judgment. It's all about proving the Day of Judgment, whatever is on the data, this is not the only life we have we have next life and there will be punishment, there

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will be reward, people will stand for account and Allah subhanaw taala will hold people accountable for the actions then people will end up either living eternally in paradise or eternally in the Hellfire again Allah subhanaw taala establishes and this then he is going to prove the

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the prophethood of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the rest in the end of the surah and will probably deal with this tomorrow in sha Allah. Now, today's Friday and hopefully in sha Allah this is part of Saturday, st Jabba the hour where Allah Samantha answers the DUA. So also one of the days of Ramadan, so us we have about 10 minutes or 15 minutes use that time to make the sincere dua to Allah subhanaw taala specifically that Allah helps you to really to be able to witness later

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