The Monumental Tafsir As Saa’idi #6

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The speakers discuss the meaning of the Day of Resurrection, including its discovery and importance, as well as the intricate language behind writing, including its impact on cultural shaping and guidance from Allah. They stress the importance of avoiding habit and distrust oneself, as well as avoiding harm to one's heart. The upcoming WhatsApp program and hipper are also mentioned, emphasizing the need for a positive mindset and acknowledging one's limitations.

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Surah Auria Bismillah AR Rahman AR Rahim.

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The catastrophe Aria is one of the names of the Day of Resurrection. It is it is so called because it will disturb dukkha and distress people with its horrors. Hence, Allah highlights how significant it is and emphasizes its importance by saying the catastrophe what is the catastrophe? How could you know what the catastrophe is? It will occur on the day when people because of the intensity of its hardship and horror will be like scattered moths that is it will be as if they are moving in waves like locusts moths are creatures that move about at night moving together in waves not knowing where they are going but if a fire is lit, they rushed towards it because of their lack of understanding.

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This is the condition of humans who are possessed of reason

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this meaning. So, watch the.

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As for the strong and solid mountains, they will be like tufts of dyed wool. That is they will be like tufts of wool that are flimsy and blow away with the slightest puff of wind. Then after they will become scattered dust, they will disappear and nothing visible will be left of them. At that point the balance will be set up and the people will be divided into two groups the blessing and the doomed. Then as for him who is good deeds weigh heavily in the balance that is his good deeds outweigh his bad deeds. He will have a well pleasing life in the gardens of bliss

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a unique personality and he won the rock Emma here.

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So Martha Sahaja probably heard me or you should need to have a desire to have

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the dunya salary number if you will.

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Then as for him his good deeds weigh heavily in the balance that is his good deeds outweigh his bad deeds, he will have a well pleasing life in the gardens of bliss. And as for him whose good deeds were likely in the balance, because he does not have good deeds to outweigh his bad deeds, his abode will be the abyss that is His abode and dwelling place will be hell, one of the names of which is the abyss. And how could you know what is what it is, this serves to emphasize the seriousness of the matter. Then Allah explains it by saying that it is fire blazing hot, that is, it is intensely hot for its heat is 70 times hotter than the fire of this world. We seek refuge with Allah from it.

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So solo Takara is a brief description of your wandering with a judgement and it's a very profound and shocking description. So, the the the shocking elements in the hereafter and all of it is actually shocking are highlighted and emphasized. But other details are mentioned deep in here. Why? Because the point here is to mention the

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the most horrific moments that stand out on the day of congestion. So this is meant to be to give the reader an experience of shock.

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Students have shot and there is a reason why Allah subhanaw taala mentions in some verses on the lawn, some shocking

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either statements

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In terms of the language, and the meaning, as well, the point here is to give give you a shock for the purpose of your power to wake you up. Because the biggest, the biggest liability among humans that Japan utilizes

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state of heedlessness, you are aware, and you are engaged mentally, but in the wrong things to the point that you feel you forget what really matters. That's what it is people think that you are absent, know you're absent from what is most important for what really matters. But you are conscious, and you're engaged in matters that don't deserve your consciousness, especially at that moment. That's what the software really is. So the people of the dunya

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you know, they are conscious when it comes to the dunya there are immersion in it, absorption and the beauty of this dunya you will find them very conscious, very mentally aware and awakened. Right. But of matters of the actual, the reality of this life, and how it's going to end up on what it leads to the interests of that this is what of layers. So Allah subhanaw taala sort of shakes the person and this is by the way, the meaning of Maori Allah, whatever because in the Quran, which you will find you will find guidance through that. You will find knowledge

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allows transfer that gives us knowledge information, enlightens us, but there is no way

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I was described.

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But the journalists are able to

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know Riva has come to you from your Lord, what is mobile, mobile, what is an emotional appeal

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is an emotional appeal. It's something that addresses your emotions, it shakes you. It's not meant to make you think intellectually, primarily, it's not about getting you to think and process information. It's really about to give you a shock, shocking factor that will make you wake up to what really matters, that's more variable. So it's either done with the total heat.

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With what mentioning the good thing is the forgiveness of Allah at the mercy of Allah wa Jelena the reward of Allah Santana, this is called pedigree, this is more of you know, highlighting the positive side, the reward, and there is telling him, tell him his what is true, because feel in the heart of the person to Caspian. And sometimes there are souls that are asleep, and the only thing that awakens them is filled part of discipline, by the way, part of discipline that parents should exercise is to leave and

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it's only one element. So the parents don't, you know, tell him, which is emphasized in today's world. You know, what, just encourage them, just encourage them, just encourage them promise them, right. But that doesn't work by itself. There's another element which is part of discipline a very important part of this is what is to give them a shocking experience to highlight what the downside is, what the evil consequences are. And by the way, in salzburgerland, a lot of people don't understand the Tafseer of these verses on they misinterpret them. When Allah talks at the beginning of assaults on Batara.

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He gives a lot of Allah gives the example of the Quran the experience of the hypocrites with the Quran Allah says I will complete giving Meena Sana Fie, hello Martin while we're both

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in our Salah

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Allah gives the example of the Quran as rain showers as a storm that has really why the Quran is you know, reasonable or is like in the Quran to rain that brings life to the earth. Your heart is the Earth.

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Rain revives, it brings it back to life. It causes it to get moist and to produce to produce fruits, vegetables, vegetation, and so on and so forth.

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That's the plan but what come What does come with rain, aka sleep administer a fee holdbacks. When it rains it's a gray day right it gets dark.

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The volume is what there is funded, shocking factor because fear

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will wobble and lightning is well auditory and visual.

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You're alone at the Hippocrates

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level note they place their finger

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Isn't the IRS out of fear of what? Out of fear of the lightning of the storm that comes with the Quran? So in the Quran, you will find that which brings life to your heart, but you will always find the warnings that I'm like thunder like lightning, and sort of a body that is one of

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the words

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in

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the Arabic language has something which is known in all languages, but Arabic language

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has this in proportion that is way greater than other languages, I think in literature called onomatopoeia, meaning they love the voice or the sounds resemble the reality of something.

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For example, you say hissing sound, right? It resembles the sound you're talking about right in this hissing sound. So the word sounds like what you are describing the Arabic language is full that is full. This is a beautiful book by Imam Eben jindee, one of the great scholars of the Arabic language. It's called

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the failure of the language, the Arabic language. He actually in one section, he talks about letters he talks about letters and combinations of letters and their sounds would meanings they resemble

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so and he connects that to the points of articulation to show you how intricate this language really is. So the letter off which you don't find in English, cough is the Arabic language in touch we'd have to claim

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it's a letter of grandeur of there's a strong letter on top there aim is well it comes from right out right of the top of your throat aim for the ad, very strong letters to give you what the shocking factors will carry out that it's actually a tremendous event and it's sudden an argument Arima melancholia one a document of Korea called in the Arabic language it means to hammer something

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to hammer something if you knock on the door very strongly. They call it in the Arabic language Allah Al Bab called

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too close to the English language ban. So the car there is like hammers people that launches it three times Acharya melawati What is Acharya? What

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do you know what a bada is? Look at the language. It sort of, you know, pulls your attention, it awakens you. It addresses you Do you know what a pie?

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Woman?

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What makes you know what a party is? Yeah. Oh my goodness, okay. falacci would love to have on that day, people will be like Mark, you know, if you happen to camp, and you light a fire, you see the moth, rushing, you know, going chaotically

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and eventually jump into the fire. This will be the state of humans imagine because the visuals here in this in this beautiful solar, you can actually almost see you know what goes on on that day. Yo my Apollo national conference. On that day, people will be running around as we say in English running around like headless chicken. People don't aimlessly, you know, bumping into each other and walking in every direction complete chaos mess. People don't know where to go what to what to do what's going on.

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The completely lost your way according to NASA, national close, just like when you light a fire in the dark. And you find it the moths and the flies running around it in every direction. Completely, you know, chaotic. Y'all may have put on Africa for Russia. These are humans with a community man who can act in an unfortunate and people will be in the mountains look at the mountains solid rock.

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What will happen to them on the Day of Judgment so everything you know is going to be changed is going to change. Allah says the old man who

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was somewhat the earth will be replaced it's not the earth that you know it

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the heavens the know the heavens that you know, the skies that you know everything will be different.

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will change

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your water cooler gelato Kalamandalam for the mountains that you see is so solid. There will be like wool, you know the wool when you snatch it in order to make threads out of it. So they beat it up and then they start you know, snatching it with hooks.

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Imagine how soft that is. This is how the mountains will be.

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And another show longer also last Montana says

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with algebra to geometry, while you

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and some of these causes difficile, they say this talks about the use of gentleman in the mountains on the Day of Judgment, look at the mountains were so huge, and they seem to be fixed and stable.

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When they are actually running like the clouds that move moving like the clouds, they're not stable. And this is a good resemblance because a sore filament Forsch, this roll when it's, you know, very soft and loose, similar to what you see in the, in the clouds, right, on a cloudy day.

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From anthropology, as you know, those whose scales are waiting, those are the good ones,

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who are finishing all the they will get a life and eternal life that is pleasing and pleasant.

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Woman have fun with the opposite comparison. And always the shocking factor, there is comparison. strong, very powerful words. Very intriguing, and appealing visuals. And then what the comparison? What

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are those whose needs were the scales of their deeds were were not where light? Why? Because they engaged in falsehood, and how and how long and evil, they did not do good. They did not make good use of their life, they wasted their time, the waste of their time. And again, just to be a little more direct, because in our time you spend on social media, do you think it's going to have weights, enough weight on the scales on the Day of Judgment? That's what you need to ask yourself before you spend time there.

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You know, reading,

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whatever, you know, fiction? Where is that going to be placed? Is it going to be heavy on the weights or not? That's what you need to ask yourself.

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Video games? Where is that? You know, you might say yourself, Where do you think that's going to be on this case? How weight is going to be on the scales?

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You have to ask yourself these questions.

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You really have to think about these things. You're given a very precious time on this earth, and every every second counts, and you're going to be asked about it. What are you going to do with that? Because that day

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is a very scary day.

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It's a very security and how long did that state is going to be? How long people are running around not knowing what to do and where to go and what's going on. And they look for people they know on people they don't know. And the father runs away from his children and mother runs away from her husband and her children. People abandoned their parents on that day. And they don't know what's going on in the sun is almost like what an arms them

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from the hands of people people are drowning in their sweat.

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And there's no news. There's no one else that tells you what's going on. You know, sometimes when there is an event that people are around, and there is no announcement to tell them what's going to happen, what to expect what the plan is, people get very frustrated, right? Even if it's five minutes, you know, someone tell us what's going on here to tell us where to go what to do on that day. With all this chaos, no instructions, for how many?

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For how long?

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Some of the region's indicate 500 years 500 with us.

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Even your lifetime is nothing compared to this 500 years of loss. This is like what this isn't like five minutes and the Day of Judgment. It's longer than the time that you spent in this in this world.

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That we sacrifice the Hereafter with everything in it the eternity of that life for the sake of a little joy you it's nothing it's literally like two seconds

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so those whose deeds will not be will not have waits for more. So two interpretations either their mother meaning they're in because that's who's going to hug them that she was going to contain them. How are we however, is more like a very deep how we are we cannot which is a very, very deep ditch value. It's more like you when you look off the edge of the cliff. You look down. That's what how we is.

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That's what how we use. So his mother meaning his home, that's going to be all

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again the Arabic language you know, there's often times when you want to speak negatively about the person. You mentioned their head or their forehead.

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And it for example, someone fell on their head. They would say what

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Roxy he fell on the mother of his head. It's more of a an

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emphasis. So meaning those people lend themselves well to the helper. They're gonna fall they like they had the worst fall in their existence and that's gonna be that's gonna be it.

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Okay, now Chania pleasing burning fire and again the Prophet SAW Selim said in the authentic hadith, in no dunya drips on

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the fire that you know in this world, when we talk about fire that you know, in this world, you need to think about the hottest fire humans can ever produce in this world. Anyone who knows more about physics

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you know, what's the highest number of humans have reached the same on this earth? In the 1000s Celsius? Right? So this is only one of 70 degrees so it's 70 times greater and this can be an exponential rate not a linearly rate.

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So imagine who we're messing with when we waste our life fair inshallah let's move on

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Surah ideas Bismillah R Rahman Al Rahim. Here Allah subhanho wa Taala swears by horses because of what there is in them of the dazzling signs of Allah and obvious blessings. As is well known to all people. Allah subhanho wa Taala swears by them in a situation in which no other animals have a share with them, as he says by the horses galloping swiftly that is running swiftly with energy and vigor, Striking sparks with their hooves. When they step on the rocks. They strike sparks of fire because of the solidness and strength of their hooves or horseshoes when they gallop rating the enemy at dawn this is what usually happens rays begin at dawn staring up there with that is with their

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galloping and reading clouds of dust making their way thereby that is by their writing into the midst of the enemy during the race their rates went up somebody here probably who in the insanity or behavior can would Ireland and no one really really the

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lady Algeria lobby for Toby actually insanity What do you be led to and Enough sir will that just be merrily? Let us know how we made it even helpful for two nd How can we That and more thorough? Well Bobby castle will only marry him that Haku kilimani Yeti will Betania in laminata Allah wahala John handle was in our service center he be in her book.

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What is attested to is the words verily man is ungrateful to his Lord. That is, he is reluctant to give what his Lord has commanded him to give off

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charity and the like. The nature and character of man is such that he is not inclined to give what he should have dues or to give it in full. Rather his human inclination is to be reluctant and to not, and not to give dues that are required of him in financial and physical terms except those whom Allah guides and causes them to change and become willing to pay their dues or in any kind of Shaheed in an incentive

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to human and money when you can only Lasha Hello

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and he himself bears witness to that. That is as man knows himself to be stingy and miserly. He bears witness to that and does not deny it because it is something clear and obvious. It may be that the pronoun he refers to Allah. In other words, man is ungrateful to his Lord and Allah bears witness to that. In this there is a stern warning to the one who is ungrateful to his Lord that Allah is indeed watching him

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or in a whole alien Sam we have Bill Hi al Mal, a shady AK he will be the man who literally corner the

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when he had the power and a half and don't worry now hopefully you're worried.

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either call

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and rarely, because of his love of wealth, he is stingy. That is man loves wealth very much and it is his love there of that led him to not to carry out the duties that he should and to give precedence to his desire for wealth over the use of his Lord. Allah of that is because he is all of that is because he is short sighted and limits his focus to this world and is heedless of the hereafter. Therefore, Allah says, urging man to fear the Day of Resurrection, does he not know that is why does this deluded one not know what his punishment will be? When the contents of the grave are turned over? That is when Allah brings forth the dead from their graves for the resurrection.

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And what is hidden in people's hearts is brought to light that is what is hidden in people's hearts and what is concealed of good and evil will be made known. secrets will be disclosed and the outcome of people's deeds will become visible on their faces. Rarely their Lord on that day will be fully aware of them and their deeds. That is He will know about all their deeds both outward and inward, hidden and visible, and he will requite them for them. Allah says that he will be aware of their deeds on that specific day, even though he is aware of them at all times. Because here the context is one of checking and requital of deeds, which is based on Allah's knowledge and awareness of their

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actions.

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To sort of, again, it describes it starts with describing one of the great creations of Allah and that horses and horses have always been a very important part of people's life with the exception of olden times,

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the exception of all modern times. And you know, we tend because of there is a mind bias called present ism. It has many aspects. Part of it is people often humans think that they live in the best era of history. Why not? Because

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The time is actually better than others. But it's just because they are so ignorant about the times and the comparison.

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There's so deluded, you know, by the pleasures or the attractions of their time of their present time. Humans are easily deluded by you know what's right in front of them, it has an appeal. They think they know, you know, other times of history, and they can judge them, when we are actually very clueless about how life was a good times. And you will often find, by the way, you will find this a lot in the success literature, self help a lot of that, they will say, we live in the best time of history, right? We live in times that humans never had, there's a lot of opportunity, that's when you look at it only from wealth, and business opportunities, maybe. But the rest of the other

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aspects.

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When in history, humans have had such an epidemic of mental illness.

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We live in the worst times in terms of that, but it's not framed this way. Right? We don't when mental illness is meant, as mentioned, we don't talk about issues we don't compare with other times. We just say, oh, you know, there's a lot of mental illness. And there's reasons and there's this and there's that. But when we talk about, for example, technology, we say we better than people from the past, and so on and so forth. In terms of knowledge and information, are we in terms of luxury, and the ease of life and the facilities, or it's better than other times? Right? So we only compare when it's convenient. What about other times?

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What about other times? So again, our comparison with other times is always you know, riddled with a lot of bias, a lot of inaccuracy, a lot of ignorance, and a lot of judgment.

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So Allah subhanaw taala mentioned horses, and they've always been a very important aspect of human life. And by the way, many scholars they indicate, because there aren't aerations authentic iterations from the profits, also known about the end of time that really mentioned clearly and literally, and they cannot be interpreted as figures of speech. Like, you can't interpret them. As you know, the only way to interpret them is literal, because the prophets I send them in mentioned horses, to proxy the mentions, swords, people with fight with swords, literally. So a lot of scholars, they actually say, you know, the technology as we know, it is going to come to an end. As

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the principal, yes, this seems to be a very strong indication and all of the narrations.

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But in recent years, there have been some Muslim figures working out in our letters. And their numbers, there's something by the way, it is called science, but it's not science. They call it a field of knowledge, but it's not called a sample to men.

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He said the gentleman meaning this is based on each letter has a numeric value, for example, but let's gene, let's say, has the numeric value of 12. I'm just throwing something out there. All right, so they would come to a hadith or a verse and they would count the numbers of the letters in this hadith or in this verse. And then the number would be, for example, because there was one of the numbers that came up in the last few years,

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to 2022 will be the end of

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this state or that state or the end of technology.

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This has nothing to do with this.

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Gentleman, it was known mainly in ancient India, and in Persia. And it came from primarily it was used in black magic, and sorcery.

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And it was never used by Prophet Muhammad Hassan Salam never used by the companions or the cavalry and or other than that, but some people who got impacted by knowledge or the wisdom of

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India and China, in the history of Islam, they tried to use it, but these were on the fringes and they were called out by the Muslim scholars today, obviously, because we are very enlightened when it comes to technology, and when it comes to information, but we are very ignorant of our souls and our hearts and what's good for us and about the truth, what happens it started to spread and some you know, some good Muslims started talking about that. This is this is should this should not be the case. Okay? So this is just more of a digression, but I found it needed here.

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So a las Panatela does

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cribes this magnificent creation, how can we benefit from this? Since we live in Toronto? Maybe none of you

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have ever rode a horse, right?

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Even if you, you know what we're doing horseback riding, you know, it's a few times it's not a big deal. It's not an important feature of your life. How can we relate to that? Look at the gist of the verse, Allah subhanaw. Taala teaches us to reflect, look at everything as fresh through a freshness. Because we mentioned the biggest liability humans have achieved one utilizes is the

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right

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part of hafla. This heedlessness part of it, is taking things for granted things losing their freshness. Once you see something many times, it becomes normal use you you, you cease to appreciate the freshness, the beauty in it, you know, oftentimes you find people say, you know, why doesn't Allah give us a miracle? If you look at miracles, miracles, just a departure from what you know.

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But everything you know is a miracle. Literally, you are a miracle, your life is a miracle. Your breath is a miracle. Your heart is a miracle. Your lungs are a miracle, your kidneys a miracle, your blood is a miracle. Everything in life is a miracle. But when people ask for a miracle, they say, oh, show us something we are not used to something that, you know breaks the norms that we know.

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So what are they asking for? They're saying Help us get out of this word. This dumbness that is called muffler. But we don't see the freshness and the beauty of everything. Why? Because I've seen it so many times, I can't even think about it. I can't think about it intelligently. So I don't appreciate the freshness in it, the beauty in it, the novelty in it. So Allah subhanaw taala breaks this pattern in the planning says, reflect, reflect, there are signs everywhere, everything actually everything has a thread that leads you to Allah, everything has a message in it, that tells you something about Allah, everything in existence, screams in your face, Allah, it says screams names,

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the name of Allah to you. But because again, we are we are in a Hustla we are deaf, we blind, we don't see that. We don't see it.

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You know, the things that we know the least of the things that we are accustomed to. Why? Because we create because they are always around us, we create a very slim, poor idea about them, right. And that's it, we don't need to know them anymore.

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We don't need to know them anymore. Why? Because we are accustomed to. So this is what you need to break. It's very important not to fall victim to habits, especially habitual thinking, habitual thinking signs are everywhere, Allah sends you signs, so many signs every day, the reason you're not taking, you know, lessons from that you're not benefiting from that is that you got accustomed,

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you know, that's there.

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You know, if I were and this is an experiment that is done a lot in social sciences, that

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let's say the route that you take from home to work every day, if you were asked to describe it, you would actually describe it very poorly.

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you'd describe it very poorly,

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you would only have very few limited objects to name. But there are so many things that you can't even remember you can't even think of. But I tell you this is called familiarity. But if you change one of them, even the elements you couldn't remember you will notice

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this is a helpful mechanism, but it should not. You know you should not use it. You should not let it take over when it comes to what your life really means what you're doing with your life. So Allah subhanaw taala invites us here invites humans reflect on this magnificent, beautiful creation, look at this powerful creation of the horses, how it runs, how it functions, what utility it has to you, well, you can think of your own body here. You can think of anything that you know you can think of the water that you drink, how does it quench your thirst? How does it keep your body healthy, how was it necessarily for all the physiological functions, the vital functions in your body?

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How this very simple creation

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so then Allah subhanaw taala uses that to take his to make us reflect on humans. How we are ungrateful. Why because we have locked into a pattern locked ourselves into a path

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Turn of greed when I when we are taught, we teach our kids that from a young age, right? I need you to be the best. I need you to get what's for yourself. We think we are making our kids strong and stand up for themselves. But we're doing that in a way that by feeding that greed, rather than by building dignity, we are building their greed.

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So they're becoming very competitive and contemptuous of others, when they can only feel good about themselves when they disrespect us put them down. Why? Because of how we taught them. So they caught up in this pattern, they stopped seeing what's wrong with it. They run on autopilot, they don't see what's wrong with that when someone points pointed out to them, he or she becomes their enemy. Why? Cuz you're against my success, you're against my excellence, you're against my advancement. This is how parents could actually, you know, do their kids a great disadvantage. So ALLAH SubhanA, Allah, Allah invites us to be reflective. Don't fall for the habits, whether they are physical habits,

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mental habits, spiritual habits. Don't you know that something blind, you always think fresh? You know, Jeff, I used to say something and people understand it at the surface level. He said, hey,

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the best habit you could develop is to break consistently from every habit. Don't let a habit take over you. What is he talking about? Whatever habits you do, break it. Not exactly. He's saying don't run on autopilot. Don't be blinded. There are so many fresh things. There are so many lessons in front of you, you need to always be awake. This is why you can never figure out your religiosity by the way, because the moment you achieve it, you're going to see it and Ramadan. The moment you achieve a progress, you find yourself for example, enjoying Quran, you read Quran, Oh, such a fresh reading of the Quran and you develop the habit now of reading maybe one juice, right? And you're

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reflecting on it. Give me three four days, then it becomes habitual. Chapin catches up on you.

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It loses the freshness. You just read Quran and you don't reflect anymore. You wish you can go back to the reflective moment or read the Quran. But you can't go back to that. Why?

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Because you settled. That's why you have to up your game every day. Because whatever spiritual development or advancement you achieve, Chapin is going to catch up on you with habituation with habit.

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So blinds you to it.

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This is why you always have to move forward, do more of your gaming. What's the next thing? Never ending process?

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never ending process.

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Alright, so Allah subhanaw taala says humans, this habituation or habitual thinking is the seed of ungratefulness. Why? Because we were born. We brought up our parents providing seemingly providing everything right. So we feel entitled,

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I'm entitled to have my food, have my drink, have my clothing and my entertainment, have my education be attended to when I'm upset people listening to me. Right? So this scale instead of appreciating it, we grow entitled entitlement. What is that? It's a form of hafla. From roughly because he see what is and you assume, Oh, that's default. That's how things are by default, without any effort without or without anything. Right? And I deserve it. And I don't have to earn it.

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So when people when kids graduate,

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and they go out into the world, they are shocked.

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They are shocked because this point when the young but they are thrown right in the middle of the ocean of life unprepared without any even fazed to prepare them for life. Now they know everything they assume about life is what has been taken away has changed.

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So happens, some of them break down and they start having a lot of emotional mental issues. Some of them have complete nervous breakdown. Some of them turn into resentful creatures, some of them turn into deceptive, conniving

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individuals who just use others

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habitually habituation which why because, you know, we grow up in this life. We have everything around us. We assume that Allah owes us to feed us

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To give us a drink, and to provide for us, we think it's, it's, it's, it's an obligation upon him and it's our right.

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And that we don't have to be grateful.

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That's why humans are ungrateful. This is why when you say worship Allah, people start arguing in, you know, why do you have to interrupt the beauty of my life, the enjoyment of this life? Why do you have to tell me to pray?

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Why do you have to tell me to read Quran? The Quran? Why do you ever told me? Oh, that's wrong, that's unethical. That's haram. Allah hates that. Why do you intrude in my business? Your business? My life, your life? Like really?

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Where did this life come from? Every element in this life? Well, where did it come from?

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Her title why that's mine, like mine, like, how come you created it? You earned it. You put it together? None of that. You're just receiving that

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for free. From Allah subhanaw taala.

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Right. And then becomes an obligation just like when you help out someone. And it happens a lot with very kind, nice, sensitive people who, again, are not careful.

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You help someone else.

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They were appreciative. He helped them a second time. They say thank you. You help them a third time.

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It's normal.

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And then they need help.

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But you know, you're in circumstances where you can't help. They see you say, excuse me.

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Because if you owe them something, right,

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you're in the wrong because you didn't help them. Why? Because it's there as the right now. That's how humans are with Allah subhanaw taala. That's how humans are with Allah.

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So we only remember ALLAH, when we are deprived of something. But we don't think about Allah, you know, with all these blessings that we enjoy on a daily basis. So man is

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something pay attention to interfere. When Allah says in sand, ALLAH is talking about a human being, or about humans in general, when they don't abide by the guidance of Allah in Santa Fe Horsa.

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The bare human being without divine guidance, because humans are knowledge Allah subhanaw taala created them and made them wanting in the sense there is a void and that void humans are meant to complete themselves by adopting the guidance from Allah. When you adopt that, let's call it software. Now you are a complete product. Now you can enter paradise.

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When humans do not open up to that guidance from Allah subhanaw taala they are incomplete they are void, they are needy.

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They are incomplete and they are called an inset. In this sense, the Quran calls them and INCEL so Allah says it in sentence usually talks about humans without guidance. This is why they are in that in Santa Fe.

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In them in Santa Fe, Lucky unknown man is ungrateful and inside for ml in San either I'm a total federal family in Santa Tala oboe, a common

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a common man and sad when Allah blesses him

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and gives him from His favors, he says, Allah loves me Allah dignified me Allah on enemy when Allah doesn't give him he says Allah does Grace me

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that's the human when they don't act by the guidance of Allah subhanaw Jellicle didn't run and instead so usually mentioned the weakness of humans. And this shows the need that humans in order to be humans proper humans, they need the guidance of Allah if they don't they remain this creature with a lot of void and a lot of want.

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Alright,

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then Allah subhanaw taala warns he says Don't you know okay, you can upgrade from the but again you are given this break in this life. But eventually, you know,

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FNA animal either working on whatever is in the graves will be brought forth. So you'll be brought from your groups, your bodies, your souls will come out and you know, you're stuck from good. The thing is about life you're stuck in life.

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for good, there is no exit.

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There's no exit from existence. You're stuck with existence, can you? You know, think about that.

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If you are born

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into this life, you are stuck in existence. You can't get out of it.

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You can't escape to non existence you can't

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you move from one

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dimension of existence to another. But there is no this why Allah says about the disbelievers. Allah says, Are we a pool Kafeel we had a 10 year contract to allow

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the disbelievers on the data and they would say, I wish I was dust that I wasn't in it. They wish they can escape from existence that you're stuck. You are stuck take it seriously like it's not a job. You're stuck for in existence for eternity. For eternity, you can't escape existence.

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You can't escape existence. Great thing about that you're going to live forever this this you're not getting out of this game of life. You cannot there's no game over.

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Literally, you can't turn off your device you can't impossible you can be here you can be in existence. So make sure your eternal existence is good Allah Allah imagine you die like think about the disbeliever in Allah at the moment is very difficult. They're gonna die the same now they see the angels of death coming to snatch their soul now. Now they realize they didn't live forever lost in the hellfire. No one cares about them burned tortured for forever. No, no.

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Give me just let me get out of that. Let me get out of the game. I want to pull out of it. No, you can't pull out of it. You are in a you're in this you know, how can you think about that? Well, like just wait for this. Prepare for this moment. Allah the moment of prepare for that moment when you realize you can't get out.

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At least when you die. You know you you are given the glad tidings that Allah

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is pleased with you. You live in the love of Allah, whatever.

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Wow. Life you receive that it's worth that you work the night for it.

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You can live in you're gonna be loved by not a human being not tomorrow, not your father and your spouse, a child by Allah.

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For eternity,

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you're going to be loved by every moment.

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Compare it to what those who will have the misery of the

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four eternity nowhere. So Wellsley enough is

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what is going to be brought what's in your heart. The hidden stuff. There you say someone I really liked you. But in your heart, you say you said you're saying to them get lost.

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And you think you're smart. A lot of people do that. They think they're smart. A lot of people they smile in your face they say something good when you turn your back they hit you with 1000 Evil Eye

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and they don't wish good for you.

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And they see you coming from the from a distance they say wait a day.

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Why did you come in? Why did you even come my way? Right? But they see you? How are you missing? You haven't seen you in a while.

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On the day of judgment that's gonna come out.

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You read the Quran and you saying, I'm doing that for Allah but you're doing that so everyone gets pleased with you. People respect you. People love you. People admire you, people think you're righteous, you're good. And you know what? And it happens a lot. Sometimes you're leading Salah your Imam, you're given quote Bah, right? You're a righteous person and people come to you for advice.

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And

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you're in hafla you take it for granted. I'm a learned person. I studied Islam, I memorized Quran. I know had the even people come to me for advice, and all of that was for yourself.

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That's gonna come out on the Day of Judgment. It's gonna come out on the Day of Judgment.

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What about all of the advice all of the Quran that's going to be in vain because you haven't done it for Allah.

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You haven't done it for Allah.

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It's deception. You live in deception you live the lie. You can deceive humans.

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But you cannot deceive from Allah. Allah which is you? See is you using his religion? Using his Deen using his gifts His blessings

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for other than Him for deception

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So

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we're only now you know play as much as you want. Come back to me.

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That's the day of judgment. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to protect us, right

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on that day, all people will proceed from the place of standing when Allah passes judgment among them in scattered groups to be shown the results of their deeds that is so that Allah may show them what they did have good and bad deeds, and we'll show them the appropriate recordal there have

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So whoever does an Adam's weight of good will see it and whoever does an atom's weight of evil will see it. This is general in meaning and includes all good and all evil because when he sees the atoms Wait which is the most insignificant of things, and the acquittal there of then anything greater than that will surely be recorded. As Allah subhana wa Tada says elsewhere on the day when every soul will find itself faced with all the good it has done, and all the evil it has done. It will wish there were a great distance between it and it's evil on Enron io 30 and

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They will find all they did recorded their gaff I have 49 this verse offers the strongest encouragement to do good, even it is a lit even if it is a little and the greatest deterrent against doing evil, even if it is minor.

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Okay, so this is, again, scholars usually scores with dfcu, they usually link so lots of caveats. So what Zillah Zillah, right, because they are connected, and there is beautiful symmetry or similarity between them.

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Pretty much the same thing can be said

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zinzi That against the shaking. So earthquake is called Zan,

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ZAN. So, there is this element of shaking, so on the earth will shake on the day of judgment, and it will crack open and open up, and the things in it will be brought out. So everything and spend a look at the the reality. But that also works is the figure of speech, the similarity, the same pattern, the earth will bring what's in it. And so whatever is hidden will come out whether in the earth or in human nature, in the heart, it will be brought out. So everything will be laid bare, there is no hidden stuff on the Day of Judgment. This is why one of the most important things that a Muslim should really be careful and take audit of

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is their intention and their inner thoughts, which we Muslims have fallen into a misunderstanding we misinterpret a Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu. And he will say to them, and this is because of lack of understanding of of the what's what is what happens within because we again part of this world today our times is that there is complete obsession with external stimulants. So your capacity for attention, which obviously gives the the input for your processing is overwhelmed with external stimuli.

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Right? You're getting so many messages coming at you visual, you know, auditory,

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sometimes even physical and everything. So you'll have a lot of distractions, to the point that we have become ignorant of who we are inside.

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The person probably that we know the least is ourselves. But there is a wealth inside you. There is a world inside you remember to pay him says in his book.

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He actually talks about what Allah created Adam, Allah made Adam the last of creatures in the sequence of creation, Allah created everything. But then he left Adam to to be at the end. Although he's the point behind this creation. This was preparation for the creation of Adam. Allah said, because Adam, because usually when someone so he gives a, an example, he says, when a person writes, they leave the gist of their book to the end.

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Right? To the epilogue, right?

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To the

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to the latest, the last bit of his of his book, and anyone, any craftsman, they make the best of their

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masterpiece, write the final touches to be the best. So Allah made humans the best. And then he says here that Adam contains the universe within.

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There are some lines of poetry that are scraped. I live in Abu Dhabi, but only Allah Manuel, but most likely they're not from him, but the meaning is correct.

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Says

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German salary or fee compound and

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also the VAT and you think you're just a small creature, but within you, the whole universe has been folded. So you have a universe in sight. So we humans have misinterpreted the Hadith from the prophets of ceremony. He says in Allah, I thoroughly Almighty Allah had the power to be in Fusa.

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Madam,

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to be out, I'm going to be out come on companies that Allah has given for my own man, you know what they have spoken to themselves?

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As long as they do not speak it out, or act upon it.

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So a lot of people you will find them contemplating sin, you'll find actually a lot of youth and this has been a very like common thing that I've seen for many youth. They think it's okay because they come on to complain about something. So they

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say they can't commit a sin, but they keep thinking about it all day.

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Imagine the imagining themselves engaging in it. This is not had to be enforced.

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This is not it's not called headedness. This is your exercising intention, then aborting it.

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Your intentions will be brought Allah will hold you accountable for what's in your heart, what you entertain what you give attention to when you are what you keep within. One of the biggest sins in Islam is what hazard hazard is in the heart.

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So how come one of the biggest sins is hazard?

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You know, hypocrisy What is your policy, it's in the heart.

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There's many hypocrites, who never spoke hypocrisy never spoke before. They never acted before. What they did was righteous deeds outside, but the hypocrisy is in the heart. So they had they spoke to themselves had different you know, I had and that is, you know, these passing thoughts that go through your mind and you don't engage in them, you leave them. That's heavy thinness, these are passing thoughts. Usually they are from shape or form your neffs from your desires. Once you attain them, they are no longer Hadith enough's, they become actions of the heart.

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Sometimes there are people who hate another person, they all just like the hearts of boiling with fire of resentment and hate to that person. You know, you didn't pay to have your sins is running like crazy when you do that. And you think you know, I'm not acting upon it. That's a wrong understanding. You are burnt, you're burning your heart in the Hellfire by doing that.

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So be careful, actually, even though he mentioned he says, and again, this is not an invitation to sin. Please understand it wisely.

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He says some times sometimes a person keeps thinking and contemplating and imagining falling in a sin. And it

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was the word he used. He said it

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It ruins his heart. He said this person had this person committed the sin and done away with it. It would have been much easier.

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He would have earned lesson

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they are not inviting anyone to do that. But what I'm saying is that Be careful what you have in your heart. Allah says wow cinema for sudo and the previous solar here in Zilla Allah Subhan Allah says femora yet mammoth Karlova.

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And atoms we verb what is actually the ants,

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the insect the ant.

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But it doesn't mean this is not about oh, there is something smaller than the ants the Arabs knew that there is something smaller than than the other, but this is the most insignificant thing.

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So whenever you do good or evil, it's going to be brought you will be held accountable for it. Either rewarded or punished. And the most important actions that will be counted that you will be held accountable, you'll be asked about on the day of judgment are what?

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Mainly the invisible ones, mainly the invisible ones, the ones that are in your heart, that a lot of us are running around, committing so many sins violating the rights of Allah in our hearts, no one knows.

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And we use a misunderstanding of a statement from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And then we'll close with a Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim saya Bukhari Muslim the prophets are suffering from a moral era first three people upon whom the fire the fire of hell will be ignited they will be the first you know fuel on the day of judgment or who

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wishes

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and

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one of the most knowledgeable person

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a wealthy person, wealthy just wealthy

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okay good even charity Yes, generous patient President charity and third one

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shade shade someone died in the battlefield

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seemingly defending the truth and helping oppressed people.

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These are three people

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and the action is greater than that someone who's learned the Quran the sciences

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is now and is teaching that

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and someone who Allah to whom Allah has given so much money and he is spending that in charity, giving the poor giving this Masjid project, this, you know, building homes, educating people who don't have the knowledge and so on and so forth.

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And the third one, someone who sacrificed His life, His life

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either to defend weak people oppressed people, or to defend the truth.

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These are the first people turned to the hellfire, what did they do?

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What's inside? What's inside? And in Ramallah? That's what you need to think about.

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That's what you need to think about?

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What's going on with your heart and Allah?

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So stop here Inshallah, we'll take a couple of questions. Chamonix Subhanallah, I was confused. I thought the Ramadan program is going to be Ramadan progression problem is going to be tonight. So this is why I didn't bring my book but Subhan Allah is this next Saturday. So next Saturday, insha Allah, we're going to have the

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the

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the Ramadan preparation program, so we won't have the Tafseer. And obviously, because of the time changes, so it's going to be from eight to 930 from eight tonight that Stan is going to change tonight give me

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questions about the site.

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By the way, after the helicopter is done, approached me with questions, I apologize. Please, no question questions are only

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the Halacha and they have to be about So related topic. So hand is

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what you need to speak up

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getting better?

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addition

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to

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reading the question, the process you said you always have to get better at the watch or the way she catches up on you. Right? And you fall into habit. And to hafla you get used to it desensitized, it's not not fresh anymore. There's no intention. It's just robotic. So he's saying there's a lot of obligations in life, and a lot of engagements and so on so forth. Very good question.

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So we have first first step, you have to realize that understand this is a challenge.

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So that's a very good step. Just being conscious that this is the case, and thinking proactively of how to deal with this. This is actually one step, right.

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Step number two,

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create alignment in your life.

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A lot of the things you do seemingly for this dunya are actually things Allah loves and appreciates.

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Someone, let's say the man in the house works provides for his family.

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You know, the Prophet SAW Selim said the worst person who will get the most sin. Obviously aftershock can be major sins, but something really serious.

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Kapha will not implement anymore.

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It's enough of a sin like a violation for someone to waste the people that he's responsible for providing for

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its hips. So what about providing for them? This is one of the greatest acts of worship. So the work that you do, obviously, should you be

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earning the money for your

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family.

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And I'm highlighting the brothers because it's their obligation, the obligation of the husband, but their mother's work as well. It applies to them. But again, it providing all of the conditions within Islam and the government. So what you need is alignment.

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The work that you do, could actually be a great source of wealth. So the work has been wanting us to do what was that?

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military leadership. It was his occupation. It was his profession. It was his passion.

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And it became the greatest act of worship. So it's alignment. But alignment is not an intellectual thing. You just put it on paper and you create some sort of a mind map

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Uh, oh, yeah, good. So it's aligned. No alignment here happens in the heart. That means you have to dig deep in your heart. You have to deconstruct a lot of stuff you have to rebuild stuff in your heart. What does life need? What does life mean?

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Why did Allah bring me into this life? You might know, an already baked answer. Forget about those. Let the answer come from your heart. What is your version of this answer? It has to align with what Allah says. But what is your experience with it? What is my life about? What am I going to do? Have you ever imagined the moment of death? Have you gone through it mentally? How many times? Did you see the angels coming to you? Did you really put yourself in a state where life is anything now? And what my priorities are? What would my options be? How would that how would I feel at that moment? What would I have done?

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If I were to get a chance to come back here you you are.

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You need to think then you need to realize this life doesn't belong to you. So which we call distractions of life, what we call obligations of life, like obligations and my life. All of that belongs to Allah, this life is from Allah, you are from Allah, everything you have is from Allah, and why? To worship Him,

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to worship Him. So nothing in this life should be a distraction from Allah ideally. But this is a journey that you work towards a goal that you take a journey to.

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Ultimately what you want is that every breath you take is for Allah, every food that you eat, you see it as a gift from Allah, so you are thankful, and you appreciate the blessings of Allah, and you eat it with purpose and what is the purpose? I need to sustain this body so it carries me in this journey so I can worship Allah as he loves.

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Then when you are eating, which I'm not talking about distractions, I'm talking about eating when you're eating, you're getting reward.

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Sleeping, yes, Miranda German, probably alone. He said in NIDA, Cebu Nomatic.

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He says, I am seeking I seek ALLAH, Allah's reward with everything I do. In my waking hours and in my sleeping hours.

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Sleep, you're sleeping, the new worshiping Yes.

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You're sleeping, and you're getting root. Why is alignment?

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That's what you need to do. So really, that distraction is just because we have two separate lives, Oh Allah, I want to give him something. But you know, I need to live life.

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As if Allah has nothing to do with this life. This is Allah's life. Don't forget, as if Allah is a foreign element into your life, and you have to fit him somewhere.

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Now, that's not how we worship.

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And that's what most of us how does our most of us live.

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We give Allah like the, you know, the surplus that we have here, or life, I'll give you 30 minutes. Oh, that's great. Don't even ask for more. Don't even think of asking for more.

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This is a very arrogant place to be.

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And every Muslim should think really, the thing is, I mentioned that maybe a couple of weeks ago that we Muslims have swore that secularism, atheism, we actually function based on that, but it's not so obvious.

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We have swallowed a lot of that and we function based on that and we live based on that. But we just create a little space for aligning our life.

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And we say okay, I'm gonna give you this small space, Don't ask for too much.

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And then we think, you know, we can compete with Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Akbar and all the greatness

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if Allah is not number one in your life,

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life itself would not accept that. Because life competes life wants you to worship.

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And they have created complex systems. They have built lifestyles around that.

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And Allah doesn't want associate partners with him. And this life doesn't want partners with it. It doesn't want Allah

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and you if you feel the push back then obviously, you're starting to wake up. You're starting to wake up.

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Yeah, it's not just, you know.

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Islam

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is not just

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another

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achievement that you bring into your rich life. Many people think like that many people they want to live life

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If like non Muslims with the same purpose with the same things with the same goals with everyone, all of that same thinking the same mindset and same mentality. And then towards the end of their life, once they retire, they want to add some something to their eventful life. So when they start, you know, reading a little bit of Islam and things like that, but then eventually you find a couple of years to find these people that become a moulana. What I was on the board of this company that enterprise and I had, and I was, you know, I got this title on this accolade, and this recognition and these certificates and so on and so forth. I want to add to this beautiful list something

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religious because I'm a Muslim, right? So I should have something there. So you know what, I can become a learner. So people can talk about me succeeded in life and succeeded in religion. Whereas Allah and this it's not, it's still flinching. It is self worship

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so sometimes it's not really about the technicalities. It's a deeper game. It's about alignment. It's about setting the priorities right, is about doing good things. A lot of the things that are Muslim does can actually be aligned. So we're missing out on a lot of reward we already doing the work, but because of lack of alignment, which is lack of intention here, you know, these are distractions, and we're not getting rewarded for them.

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So we can play smarter.

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Okay, another question

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this.

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Time, tension

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How can you like?

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Very good question. You could do good things, like again, the martyr, the scholar of the religion, or the generous person and go to the Hellfire if your intention is not for Allah, how can you avoid that right? By loving Allah.

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When you know Allah, you know that you came from Allah, you know that you were created for Allah, you know that everything that you have in your life is a gift from Allah, you know that you are on your path to Allah, this life is a journey back to Allah.

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And that you're either spend your life, your existence eternally with Allah, or in the hellfire.

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Then you're going to start wanting your foot Robins to want you to do things for Allah subhanaw taala. So the you do the good things. As a bridge that gets you closer to Allah, that's how you do it. But actually,

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you know, it's not easy. By the way, it's difficult to do things for other than Allah.

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Because the norms, society, everyone is doing it, it feels easy, but it's very difficult because it goes against your nature, against your heart against you.

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Realize that you are here and short term that you're going to make it back to Allah you're on your path your real life is with Allah subhanaw taala that's what you need to work. So your personal success needs to be something that is pleasing to Allah. The work that you do needs to be something that is pleasing to Allah, and you do it because Allah Allah is good. What does Allah want from us good? Law wants from us good. And Allah defines what good is not society. Society has it confused, good and evil.

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We need to fix our definitions. Allah wants us to be good period that's it, who doesn't like to be good? Allah tells you this is how really good is otherwise you will be lost in these ideologies and these lies and people have created complex ideas that are very appealing, but they are misleading

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Okay, so love of know Allah love him and your life is in the direction of Allah that makes things fall in place inshallah.

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Questions on sisters Yeah.

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About how when

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I started to change

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you Yeah, it's no longer everythingness her Deaconess is when the idea pops up.

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And you negotiate with it. That's Hadith, Agnes, this is inner speech. Once. It doesn't last for long, maybe it's a second or two. But what happens now, you either ignore it and let it go. Or you let it in where it becomes contemplation and intention is no longer