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Surah Al Allah Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim. Here Allah subhanaw taala enjoins us to glorify Him, which includes remembering him worshiping Him, humbling oneself before His Majesty and submitting to his greatness. That glorification should be befitting to the greatness of Allah subhanho wa Taala by mentioning his names and more sublime that are more sublime than any other names before because of its beautiful because of their beautiful and great meanings. And he mentions his actions among which is the fact that he created and fashioned all creatures that is he perfected them and made them well.

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and who made all things according to a measure then guided them. This is general guidance, which means that he guides all creatures to attain that which is in their best interests. He also mentions worldly blessings. Hence, he says, and Who brings forth the pasture Ridge, that is He sends down water from the sky which causes all kinds of plants and herbs to grow. Then people livestock and all kinds of animals eat from it. Then after this vegetation reaches maturity, it begins to decline. Then he makes it with her after it was lush and green.

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In that is he causes it to turn black shrivel up and dry.

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Okay, so let's comment on this first first part of the surah Allah subhanaw taala starts with a command set B has not bigger Alanna glorify the know the name of your Lord the most Hi Sunday and to speak again means purity. Saba Saba ALLAH SubhanA, who means He's pure from everything that is deficient from every inappropriate so Allah is perfect in every sense. There is no deficiency. So when you say Subhan Allah, you're acknowledging Allah is perfection. Allah has

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freedom from all imperfections from everything that is inappropriate. So Allah is perfect in every sense is complete, in every sense, some business model Becca, Lee highlights here, the name of Allah the Most High and Anna. And again, Anna is the opposite of what Edna Edna is, the lower Allah is the Most High. Allah is the most handsome as Martin became the Honda Professor one. He's the one who created for Salwa, and Psalm one, in the Arabic language means to make something create something even balanced in the best shape, in the best form. So Allah subhanaw taala created everything in the best shape. Somebody might say, no, but Allah says, we're holding an insane waiver. And man is

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created week. So how come Allah perfected the creation of humans? But Allah then says humans are weak? How come? Is there? Isn't that contradiction? And that's a very good could be a very good question. And the reason is, Allah subhanaw taala created everything in the best design for the purpose that it was created for.

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So it's not an open clause, that Allah perfected everything, then everything would be just perfect. And the only perfect thing in existence is a last minute, there is some something to qualify this statement that Allah perfected everything, because he created meaning what for the purpose it was created. So it's in the best design that serves the purpose, the weakness of humans serves the purpose of their testing. Because in their weakness, they would need Allah, they would need the dunya even so that's a test. But if humans are perfect, what is there to test?

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So it's important to understand how many times the open statements they actually work within a context, but it's not necessarily mentioned. Because it should be obvious. It should be obvious, like the question, very common question, people say, and like it's,

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it's a done deal. But humans like to bring that over and over again, do humans have free will?

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Or are they determined?

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Humans have free will? Or are they determined?

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You know, that's a wrong question.

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There's a problem with the question.

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Because you can never answer this, you will find areas in your life where you are determined, and you have no choice, crushing circumstances, can you change the political system in which you live, you know, you can't as an individual, right? It can do very little. That means you are determined in that sense. You want to live in a country that is safe. And that is like where the social system is so beautiful, safe and wonderful and everything? Can you find a place like that? You can't? So you're determined, in that sense, limited choice.

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But can you choose between sin and obedience in a specific situation you can choose? So Are humans determined or not? Humans have free will, where Allah wanted them to have free will. Humans don't have free will with original point that they have free will because there's no test there.

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So humans have free will, where Allah wanted them to have free will in a small scope. That's it. And that's what really matters. This is where their responsibility lies. This is where their accountability lies. This is where they are tested. matters about which you don't have like, your skin color, you're not going to be held accountable for your skin color. Why? Because you had no choice about that you are determined when it comes to this. Okay, so the question, when you ask in an open sense, are humans determined or do they have free will? Doesn't make any sense if you if you really think about it doesn't make any sense as the question itself. Free Will for what

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determined about what that then you start to make sense. Okay.

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So, Allah Subhan, Allah says Allah the Halacha fessor was so Allah subhanaw taala designed everything perfect for what for the

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purpose he had for it. It serves the purpose best, it's given the design. So you say, you know, dude, your circumstances are very challenging life doesn't really go the way you wanted. Yeah, it's perfect. In that sense. This is why it was designed in this way. But I want a world where there is no injustice and everyone is happy. And whatever you wish you get you get

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right.

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You think this is a better world? Well, for the purpose of this dunya, it's not a better world, because there would be no test whose rules to be tested.

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So you're just expressing a wish or projecting a wish? On a world that was not meant for that this utopian world that you're looking for is actually in general.

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It's in general, it's not here. So don't don't think that you're going to get it here. It doesn't mean we don't fight for justice that we don't seek that which is good we do but you have to realize that this life that we live in, is designed perfectly for the purpose that Allah wanted for it and let the HELOC officer work.

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We'll let the but the author had, he's the one class important.

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And the QA father, but that means what Allah

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wrote the other

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Allah says in the Quran, a che in halacha Navajo be a potter, what does this mean? That means everything that happens in this life, we created it, and we created it, according to the plan the script to cuddle on the Preserved Tablet. So nothing happens in this life unless it is written in the scripts of life, the Preserved Tablet, it was written 50,000 years before the creation of the heavens and the earth as the prophesies.

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Told us howdy. So nothing in this life happens except what was written in the Preserved Tablet who wrote that Allah subhanaw taala.

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So that's first meeting second meeting in Aquila shaken halacha. Now homeopathic everything recreated according to a precise measure.

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So there's nothing random in this life, there's nothing, there's no overdose in life, everything last panel to add up, put it or created it, designed it and allowed it to an exact ratio, value degree, whatever.

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So there's no mistakes in this world.

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There's no mistakes. It's perfect in that sense.

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In collaging, in Kalapana,

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Allah, everything that happens in this life was written down by Allah subhanaw taala.

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And it was not written down just like, again. So that's the problem with the humans. You know, we take human qualities, then we project them on Allah, then we try to understand them. And that's where we get confused. Like a common question people would ask, let's say, Allah says that he guides who he wills and his guides who He wills. How come?

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Yeah, that's because you're projecting your will and human will on Allah's will. Allah's Will, is governed by and is in alignment with his wisdom and his justice and His mercy. But you are applying your will, which is wishful, right?

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Which is a matter of how you feel today. So you're applying that to Allah, the new standards, if you try to understand Allah as attributes, you need to be careful when you create that interference.

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Okay, so Allah subhanaw taala brought everything that was going to happen, everything. So what are we talking about human movement, for example, that you're going to drive from home to Ebola today? Yeah, that was written. What about smaller objects, the movement of your eyes, every movement in your eye, no matter how small every blink was actually written. Let's go even at a more micro level.

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What about the molecules in your skin? What about the blood flow? Every red blood cell in your body? where it's positioned would be at this specific time and which arteries it would go through and which organs that would visit and which oxygen atoms would carry all of that was written?

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Can we go even further? microdata Yes, we can go down as to what talking about this subatomic particles can we talk about protons, neutrons, electrons, etc? Yes, each one of them has a record full in full detail.

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Can we go even in a more micro than that? Yes. And our knowledge would stumble over get to a point where that's it. That's all we know. But there will be more micro levels that we are unaware of that are still better.

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Can we go macro now?

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Talk about public policy. What's going on in Canada? Right? What's going on North America?

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socially, politically?

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Right? Yeah. What about globally? Yes. What about the solar system, what's going on? Everything

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else, everything is written by Allah subhanaw taala.

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Think about it. And not only at that level, every emotion you're going through was if you think it's just this or this, you know, the the Preserved Tablet missed on your emotions, your emotions is not written or not written that they actually written. All of them

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with their nuances, and maybe even a lot of experience that you are not aware of.

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We're talking about Allah, we're not talking about our knowledge or knowledge is limited. We can only know so much with Allah subhanaw taala. There's nothing that is not known. Simple. So when we're talking about Allah, and the candle Rafa had,

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he's the one who wrote down these things, he prescribed them. Because if Allah did not write them, they would not happen. Nothing happens until it's written by Allah.

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Nothing happens outside his will. Nothing happens outside his permission.

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Nothing.

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So that's actually for a believer, that's reassuring to know

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that there's no randomness in your life. There's no mistakes in your life. And if everything is written by Allah, what are the attributes of Allah, he's the All Knowing. He's the one who takes care of you. He's the merciful, he's wise. He's just, he's fair. He's kind, he's generous.

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That's reassuring.

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That's reassuring.

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Olivia. So this is the world that we live in. Or there is suffering in the world, that innocent people who are dying, there is anything kids who are suffering from a lot of pain, and so on and so forth. That was written. And it's perfect in its own sense. But we don't know how

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we might know some, but we don't know. And Allah knows what he's doing with his creation. And if you think you could ever be more merciful than Allah, then you're just living a delusional life.

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And your small will do you think he, you know, you can prescribe how things shouldn't be.

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Okay, so they put dava, the origin model

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for Jehovah, and he's the one who brought this vegetation. This vegetation, he brought it, he created it, he designed it and for you, for your survival for your well being, for the whole world. So it flourishes, people benefit from it. Then it decays, it decomposes and it dies. Lifecycle lifecycle we think, you know, science discovered life cycles, you know, what science does, the best that science does, is just discovered some of the handiwork of Allah subhanaw taala that's really what science does is descriptive in that sense.

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Right, so we think all humans is covered this point of lifecycle

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that's already there. It's already been there.

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It is, an Allah gave you a smart Akula Allah gave you that mind that capacity, cognitive capacity, to learn, to label to name things to create concepts, and build relationships between things. So you understand you map out the world, Allah gave you that capacity, so that you can, you know, discover his creation and you can connect that to Allah so it becomes a means for you to understand more about your Creator to appreciate your Creator even more.

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Okay, so ALLAH is talking about what Allah Allah tells us here about something that is visible a reality that is physic physical reality that's visible. But he he also gives us a glimpse on the back end of that a don't think this is just unfolding randomly is just happening. You know, humans use the word random or accident or chance, when they can't understand

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something, they don't understand what's behind it. So we say, oh, it's random.

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That's the subjective description. There's nothing random without loss. There is nothing random in this world. Small or big, it's all written pre pre prescribed beforehand. There's nothing

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Okay, so

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and he mentioned his religious blessings, including the foremost blessing that Allah has bestowed, namely the Quran, we will teach you the Quran. So you will not forget that is we will cause you to remember what we have revealed to you of the book, and we will cause you to remember it by heart, so that you will not forget anything of it. This is great glad tidings from Allah to his slave and messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that Allah would teach him knowledge and not cause him to forget it, except what ALLAH wills as dictated by his wisdom, causing him to forget it for an ultimate purpose. And For indeed, he he knows what is openly known and what is hidden. And therefore

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he knows what is good for his slaves. And for for that reason, he prescribes whatever He wills, and judges as He wills, and we will guide you to the easy path that is also great, glad tidings that Allah would guide His Messenger SallAllahu ah, they will sell them to the easy option in all his affairs and would make his law and religion easy.

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Yeah, so Allah subhanaw taala spoke about the other,

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the back end of reality of life, and how it manifests some aspects, the visible reality. And then Allah subhanaw taala tells us about Revelation. And it's important to understand this is like a key thing and understanding Islam by the way, and it solves a lot of problems, understanding,

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predestination, if you like, which is the Divine Decree of Allah. And the revelation, the command in the Quran, they occur a few times in the Sunnah of the Prophet Solomon many times in subtle ways. A lot. For example, Allah says, hola, hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hello. Well, to Allah belongs to the creation talks about codon and its manifestation as a reality of life. And a little Hello World, Amma Amma is what religious law prescription? Right, wrong. Good, evil. Hello, hello.

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So this is an mushiya

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el konia. The scholars call it the will of Allah, the ontological will of Allah. that manifest is reality. The Padam

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and this is the religious law, the prescription. This is how things should be.

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And humans have always struggled with these two things. And by the way, you will find these two principles a lot in different disciplines, different

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literature, I don't know anyone who's has a little bit of background, for example, in philosophy, the question of is an OT, you can't take you know, what is what? From what is ontological and moral, for example, okay, so Allah belongs the other. The reality this reality this world as it unfolds, it's from Allah subhanaw taala. It's from Allah subhanho wa taala. Whereas, the prescription of Allah these are two wills of Allah to

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will like in terms of willpower from Allah Subhan Allah to Allah, what Allah wants. So there is a wheel that no one can escape from. You have no choice this is where you are determined here we come back to determination and free will with the Kedah you are determined

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generally speaking

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with the prescription, which is the Sharia Allah give you choice

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Okay, so it's important to understand these things so Allah here is saying he started with the other than Allah subhanaw taala is talking about Revelation

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Yeah, so Allah since then, okay, fella tenza Masha Allah in Allah Mogera one.

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So Allah says, We shall teach you and help you read the Quran, so that you don't forget it. And this happens a few times in the Quran.

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That will actually be Haley Seneca led to heritability Sana Colita jalebi. The Prophet SAW Selim, would you bring us to teach him the Quran, the Prophet said would you be

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Silent repeatedly so quickly so that it doesn't escape his memory. So he he memorizes it by Allah Samantha says to Henrik Haley, Santa Clarita jalebi in Allina Gemma Whoa, what's

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that it's upon us. It's a las Panama to Havana took that to himself

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that he's going to preserve the Quran he's going to combine it together to make it available.

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So people can fella tenza Allah Masha Allah in Abuja, Allah Mogera

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Allah knows you know what's hidden and what is apparent galanos again what's inside of you what's outside Allah knows everything inside out. Okay, so remember Sadie says

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So remind people of the laws and signs of Allah. If the reminder will be of benefit that is so long as the reminder will be accepted and the exhortation will be listened to whether the reminder achieves all or some of its purpose. The implication of the verse is that if the reminder will not be of benefit in such a way that it will lead to more wickedness or will distract or detract from goodness, then reminding is not enjoined. Rather, it is prohibited. With regard to the reminder, people fall into two categories, those who benefit and those who do not benefit. As for those who benefit, Allah mentions them in the words, the one who fears Allah will pay heed, for fear of Allah

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subhanaw taala and knowledge that he will require each person for his deeds will make the person refrain from sin and strive in doing good as those who do not benefit. He mentioned them in the words while the wretched one will avoid it, the one who will enter the great fire, which is the Kindle Fire that will reach right into the hearts in which he will neither die or live. That is he will be subjected to a painful punishment with no respite or relief, so that he will wish for death, but it will not be granted to him. This is like the verse in which Allah subhanaw taala says death will not be decreed for them so that they might die. Nor will its punishment, punishment be

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alleviated for them.

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Okay, so Allah subhanaw taala after talking about the product and the creation, and then about the revelation, which is again the gifts, this is a gift and this is a gift, by the way, something I wanted to mention.

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Many scholars said that

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the beauty if you really want to understand Islam, you understand it in especially in the area where the cuddle comes with the revelation in the same spot

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when the Kado and the revelation so this is why some of them said that aside when Jana Urbina amarilla he was she at the really happy person who will attain paradise and he's the one who is able to bring together the other of Allah and the Command of Allah in the same area in his life.

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So what that what does that mean in simple terms is aligning your life with what Allah loves, with Halal haram, and things like that, then you will actually be able to combine whereas a Shakti

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men out of Albina, Houma the again the person who will end up in the alpha is the one who really looks at the discrepancy between the paddock and what Allah loves, they'll tell you, you know, I can't do that because this and this and that circumstances. It's difficult to do this. I'd rather do this and rather do that. Okay. So it's a sweet area of existence, by the way.

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And even some scholars say if you want everything in the other to work

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for you, which this is why people try to be smart people try to understand life, people try to learn whatever they learn, if you want life to work for you,

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okay, you need to

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find out this sweet spots with Elkader.

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It is in the do's and don'ts.

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The more you align yourself with the religious will of Allah, the prescription the law, the more you tap into this sweet spot in other where everything works for you.

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And scholars, you know, express that in very indifferent terms. One of them is very interesting claim. He says in his book, political hedgehog thing. And he really sometimes he uses

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I would say very strong language to awaken something in you, He says

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in our man, our the law,

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or the Lahoma, to read,

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if you choose what Allah wants, what Allah wishes, then Allah when will what you wish?

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It sounds like what is this? Yeah, it's not as you first understand it, we're saying basically, if you align yourself with the divine law of Allah,

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it will start to shape you, there's a process here, it will start to shape you. So to the point that your tastes

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will start to align with what Allah loves. So eventually, you will reach a state of purification, where you will only desire that which Allah loves naturally. So whatever you wish, at that time is identical or is more in line with the wishes of Allah. So your will will be fulfilled.

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Again, it's a little bit deeper requires a little bit of, of thought, but so it was, but it's a fact. It's a sweet spot with a cuddle. This is why when Allah gave us revelation, and give us, you know what's healthy, and what's haram, it's not to make life hard for us, he's actually giving us the secret to a good life, you want a good life. This is how this is the sweet spot with my brother, I'm telling you, I created this, and I know how to navigate this. The way to navigate this is to do this. And we say you know, but I don't feel so or I don't think so. Or maybe I have a better plan. And that's our problem. So once we click act from that, we think we're too smart for it. And we get

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ourselves in more trouble. So Allah subhanaw taala after explaining al Qaeda and the creation and then the Quran, that's a source of Revelation, or the guidance, then Allah subhanaw taala commands the prophets of salaam to convey this message for that care in Neff it decor. So remind and this shows that Islam is already inside of us as Fetullah

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as a seed, as a seed, but this fitrah cannot grow on its own it might flourish a little bit but it would not be enough. It needs guidance from Allah subhanaw taala This is what the Quran with what the Quran comes to do. It awakens this Fatah it feeds it causes it to grow from a seed into a tree tree of branches and fruits. And the scholars refer to this as shedule rot with a man by the tree of a man which is referred to in solid Ibrahim. Adam tell okay, if a lot of Allahu methionine curry mutton play hibbett And Kashia rotten play yerba us will have

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to put the Akula cooler cooler Hainan

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Haven't you seen the example of a goodly were googling word which is again the word of truth La ilaha illallah que method shedule our template you but like a good tree. Its roots are firm in the ground, and its branches are spreading in the air and yields fruits all the time.

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That's the tree of faith.

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Even Tamia Rahim Allah to Allah He said Kawamoto Sharia I repeated that a few times. I hope it gets like it sticks out one more Sharia in Hawa Bill fibrotic Remo, Kim mela be Sherry ITIL. Mona's

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the reality the establishment of the religion of Islam is by the fitrah that is completed and perfected by the revealed text or revealed law, Sharia. So Allah is saying to Prophet Muhammad Salam convey this further care in fit the Quran remind people of what's already in their fitrah

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This is what the Quran is quoted Kiera. It's a reminder reminder of what of your very nature that you know this in the deepest part of who you are. You know the truth you recognize the truth. So for that Corinne and fit the clock, how will people respond? So you had the corona Yasha

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But could Inessa it, Nicola. So remind when the reminder is beneficial? So scholars take from this that, are you supposed to give advice in every situation? No.

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No,

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you give advice when advice is likely to give results. So there's two types of advice there is a column that will put

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a comment on Hoja is that you establish the truth. You tell people the truth, you inform them of it, you clarify it to them. And this could happen more than one time you establish the proof upon them.

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All right. This is almost right upon you if you know the truth.

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Beyond this, do you keep advising or not? Depends.

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If it's likely that the person at some point would respond, then you should continue advising. But if it gets to a point where you completely lose hope and you couldn't be wrong in your judgment, but again, you need to use your best judgment, there comes a point where you don't need to give advice.

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Okay, so for that, given the fact that the caller said that Koroma Yasha

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called Galerias Lunala, Cobra Mala and multiple, two responses, those who truly you know, want Allah they want their safety, they want salvation, but respond positively. Those who don't those who are doing today alpha will not respond. Okay, we continue calling ma'am CD ROM Allah Huzzah. But after the Hammond has a professor Wallaby, Hemanta Hadassah, who went to Mina Schottky what bothered me when I said we went across Mehtab behavior solida a tussle phobic really, when sabaha vehicle boohoo for Bella Hoda decal, Emmylou LMNOP, my old Biller, who's also on spoiler alert here and he is an odd man for hire them and at 18 Carry my amendment for Salah cola who does the man apologize or

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cattle filthy weather Carlos Mallaby for Salah and now Salah to read for in our in Canada and Philip we will probably just do it fairly So who will mana

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he will indeed attain true success who purifies himself, that is the one who purifies himself and cleanses himself of polytheism wrongdoing and bad characteristics will attain success and reflect upon the sublime names of his Lord. So he prays that is remembrance of Allah becomes second nature to him. So he is motivated to do that which is pleasing to Allah, especially prayer which is the foremost indicator of faith. This is the meaning of the verse

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by you or humankind prefer the life of this world. That is you give it precedence over the hereafter and you choose its pleasures that are fleeting and mixed with trouble over the hereafter. Okay?

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So, the translation is a bit abridged here but that's fine. So he said after the hangman does occur.

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Those who choose to respond positively to this reminder from the prophets of Allah seldom have chosen to purify themselves from every evil. Okay, and there's a very interesting thing in the text. I really like the language overly memesan here is so beautiful and descriptive. So he says

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but Phil Hammond says that, again he is successful, the one who chooses to purify himself from again shirk, which is a transgression against Allah. Well, volume, transgression in general, why Messiah we laugh, laugh transgression against others.

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So we need to purify ourselves from injustice all together. This is exactly where that caught us not behave for Salah and he remembers or mentions the name of his Lord and prays. Even even remembering Sadie here says just alphabetically, Lehi one suburbia Malibu. So let me try to do a translation or literal translation here. He says, He has adopted as his personal description became the remembrance of Allah so the remembrance of Allah became a personal, the dominant personal trait of this person.

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Give this a thought.

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remembering Allah became the dominant feature of this man for this human being.

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That's a beautiful place to be in

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the life of this person, all of their existence is about remembrance of Allah. Victrola reciting Quran, in the heart and on the tongue.

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And then he says what types of soul he wants Sabah, Bihar, Colombo and his heart has taken the color of remembrance

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and this is mentioned the Quran Liberata Allah He woman I said Amen Allah He said Baba, right?

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The coloring from Allah, what does that mean? That's an identity. That's your whole

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Life your whole you totality takes the color of what? of remembering Allah. So your life becomes about Allah, all everything in your life becomes about Allah, your thoughts about Allah, your feelings about Allah, your words are about Allah, your intentions are about Allah, everything is about Allah in your life.

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So the remembrance of Allah fills your life colors it, colors it.

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That's what every believer should aspire. So that's a beautiful description. This is the one who would be successful, because you are to be colored as a human being. If you are not colored by the remembrance of Allah, you have created a void you have left a void who will fill this void.

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Shape one.

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So, if you don't fill your life, your experience your heart, with the remembrance of Allah and the space that you leave will be filled by Che upon

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will be filled by Shere Khan. There is no middle ground here.

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So the thing is when we fall short in worshipping Allah or remembering Allah subhanaw taala what are we doing? We are inviting to abandon simple

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way inviting people.

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I don't feel like doing it today. I don't feel like reciting My Word or my portion of the Quran today.

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So what are you doing? You're just saying it to the shape on come sit right next to me.

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Come in fill that space. As simple as that.

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But if you haven't physically or the crossmodal behave for Salah

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bill to thrown at Hangar to dunya he said Bill Tirana dunya he took on the moon.

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But after Runa Eva l Madame la Sol Mukunda was in FIRA want to call you whoever will ask you about your cable minute dunya if you couldn't leave us fin not loop. I've called the company had done on holiday or the call data folding or the call was what duniya Yahoo Finance full movement on

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But you all humankind prefer the life of this world. That is you give it precedence over the hereafter and you choose its pleasures that are fleeting and mixed with trouble over the hereafter. Even though the Hereafter is better, the Hereafter is better than this world in all, in all respects, and more lasting because it is eternal and pure, whereas this world is a transient, transient realm. So the wise believer does not choose that which is inferior over that which is superior, and he does not choose fleeting Pleasure, pleasure at that expense of eternal misery, love of this world and giving it precedence over the hereafter is the root of all sin. Rarely, this that

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is mentioned in this surah of sublime commands and interesting stories was in the earlier Scriptures, the scriptures of Ibrahim and Musa, who are the noblest of the messengers apart from Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. These commands are to be found in the teachings of other prophets, because they lead to the best outcome in both realms, and they serve people's interests in all times and places. Which is okay, so, what he's saying here, Allah is pointing out a general human tendency then to Fiona Hyatt and dunya will adhere to Hyrule, or Abacoa that you humans prefer in your action and your lifestyle and your attitudes and your choices. You

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predominantly you'll give preference to the to this life over the hereafter.

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But if you look at the reality of this life compared to the reality of the Hereafter, you know that this is the worst choice you could ever make. Well, FIRA to hire

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is much better in quality, whatever QA and it's everlasting, that you're you are giving preference to something that is deficient and contaminated and adulterated.

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And temporary short term it's going to come to an end. You're preferring this over something that is of superior quality, to a great degree

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And it's infinite.

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Conscious see the proof choice that you are making?

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Built if you want to hire the dunya? Well, Pharaoh to hire what Allah says what choice are you making you choose in this life that like, you can never get pure pleasure out of this life and the pleasure is mixed with a lot of pain, regret, a lot of negativity. This life is not meant to be that nothing in it is meant to be perfect, everything is contaminated is compromised. This is how it was designed.

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It's perfect in that sense for the purpose for which it was created, which we started the sauna with. This life was not created for eternity, it was not meant for eternity. It's a temporary world world where you are tested. That's the point. You're not meant to be here.

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This will test you, it will be hard, it will be challenging, it will be disappointing, it will be heartbreaking. That's what this life is about. So how come you're choosing it, it was not even this was not created for that.

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But it's deceptive nature is designed to only expose the hearts that have evil in them. So only those who would go through this life

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wouldn't fly to Pharaoh aapko. Whereas the Asherah is, again superior in nature far better, and, and is more, it's everlasting. It's gonna last way more. So I think this leaves out, you know, the poor choice that humans do. And you know, Shavon understood this, she understands that humans are motivated to what, to that which is superior. And that which lasts longer. She knows that. So when he wanted to deceive Adam and Jana, over animals in general, he wanted to deceive Adam and Jana, he had to use these two things, these two tricks to get Adam to eat from the tree. What did he say to Adam?

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How do Locanda holding, shall I not guide you to the tree that will give you Eternity, Eternal life, he knows that humans are created designed to seek the eternal. So he played on that, but with deception.

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We're Mukhin gambler. And again, basically a quality of life that is superior and powerful and that never vanishes, never deteriorates. Same thing, superior quality, everlasting.

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He knew that he could deceive Adam by creating the light around these two principles. So humans see what is eternal and what is superior.

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But it's again, poor judgment that humans cannot be patient. And that's why Patience is important in Islam.

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Patience helps you see beyond the immediate gratification so that you can keep insight,

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the delayed, superior and eternal quality. That's it. And this is why

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some of the early generations that would say duniya sub Rosa,

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the reality of life is that is an hour of being patient and controlling yourself. That's the reality of life. An interesting feature of the life remember had been humbled and humbled, you know, live the life. He was so pleased with it. But for any of us, it would be too much.

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But no one could really like, again match the lifestyle that he had, it wouldn't be traumatizing to anyone. So I would pray his daily life. So obviously, you know, Imam Muhammad

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Lemonis speak a little bit about him. So someone and I think maybe I mentioned that before someone asked him he said, If someone memorized 100,000 Hadith Are they able to give fatwa?

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He said, No. Someone said what if he memorized 2000 Hadith

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said no.

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What if he memorized 3000 Hadith?

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He said no.

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Remember the Can you imagine the number

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three? Sorry,

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three 300,000 Yes. 100,000 200,000 300,000. So he said what about 400,000? He said oh jewel Dalek I hope maybe they can start giving

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better for him so we

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can insha Allah

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on like,

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very good step. Very good first step. Let's meet Muhammad. He used to pray every day in every 24 hours apart from solid day five daily prayers.

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Whereas and the sooner he would pray 200 block

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for you that's torturous. For him. It was blessed.

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You know, when you read, if you read about the lives of some of those very special people in the history of Islam, you say, you know, I don't want that. It looks very lonely. It looks gloomy. Yes, because you're judging it from where you are.

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But where they are,

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you know, it's experienced different for them. For him, these 200 workers, he's with us.

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For us, when we think 200 raka that means it's torture.

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Because we force ourselves to pray, or feels lonely.

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But for him, you with Allah. So the point that I was trying to get to with, remember, Allah to Allah, he used to say, in an AMA, he, every time things got really hard, or there was some times his sons, his sons were scholars as well. And they rated his, a lot of his Hadith. And they would actually ask him questions his sons, and they will wrote them down. And these were written, so Allah, this is known in the, in the HANA villa. So Allah to Imam Muhammad, the students of Mr. Hammond who asked him questions, and they documented the questions and the answers. And these book, these became books of

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so some of his students were his sons, Silas and Abdullah.

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So,

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so his son sometimes would see his father he hasn't, like, hasn't eaten the whole day. And he's like, and he's so busy with teaching, reading, studying and praying. You'd say,

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You haven't eaten up like having eaten. And he would look at his son, he would say, you know, in the media, yeah. It's just a few days. There we go.

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So what are you thinking about these things? So for him, every time life got really hard, he would say in the matter, yeah, he was just a few days, a few days. They don't make it to Allah. So it's patience. I know for us, and

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I don't want this I agree with you. Where we are, this doesn't suit us would be a fitna for us. But it's important to see that we humans kind of grade or system where things start to have different meaning. We don't that we used to pray most of the night.

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his heels would bleed.

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And why the love the connection to Allah was unbelievable.

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And we you're talking about a man who was very busy running a nation,

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giving answers teaching people, judging among people,

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managing, you know, a lot of things so extremely busy during the day, I shall get along and after the Prophet SAW Selim died, she was asked like, why did the Prophet Salam fall ill I can die. I shall do Alana said Hapa Maha gnas Proxxon his people broke his back. What does that mean? That means the load of dealing with a nation people's needs and people's problems and misunderstandings and issues happen Mahana has been destroyed it was destroyed you crushed under that, that huge loan.

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So the problem was extremely busy yet at night. The Prophet saw some would wake up and would pray before Allah subhanaw taala

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so it's actually sweetness but again, we are we most of us have not been able to unlock that sweetness. So when we read a people like praying 200 luck ID Oh, what's that?

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But it's actually for him. It was the sweetest thing ever. But again, not everyone can do that. So Allah says built with your own Hangout at dunya one, Tara to call you. Whatever call in Sofia Hola. So healthy Ebola here. Now I'm also this wisdom that is in the solar. It's not You're not the first people who are given that this was the most shared. This guidance was shared with nations before Ibrahim Ali Salah was given that Musa Ali's was given that the prophets were given this, all of these, these teachings. So that's an important lesson for all the nations for all nations. Let's move on to simulate a product and shall we can complete it today and deal with some questions

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Surah apporach Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, Allah subhanaw taala says, By the heaven and that which appears by night, then he explains that what that which appears by night of body it is, it is the star of piercing brightness that is the star that shines brightly, whose light pierces the heavens until it is seen on Earth. The correct view is that it is a generic term which refers to all stars of piercing brightness. It was also suggested that it refers to Saturn, whose light pierces the seven heavens, so that we see it, it is called body because it appears at night Yep, through what is attested to by this oath is for every soul, there is a keeper watching it, and recording its deeds

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both righteous and otherwise, and that soul will be recorded for the deeds that are recorded against it, let man consider that from which he was created, that is let him reflect upon his creation and his origin for he is created from an injected fluid originating from between the backbone and the ribs. It may be that it comes from the between the backbone of the man and the ribs of the woman, or it may be that emerges from the between the backbone and the ribs of the man. And this is my this is what may be the correct interpretation.

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Similarly, this right time,

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this is above 18. So

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we're going to skip that anyway.

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He just goes into more detail more than I would say, necessarily at the moment. So let's stop here. And then we'll continue with the rest of the

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so basically,

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ALLAH SubhanA, Allah says, here was summer II thought this is an oath or law swears by a summer, the heavens, the skies, and a pilot, again, it's more like a shooting or moving star shooting star. What

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do you know what do you know, again, this is an Arabic style of drawing attention and getting people to think and Nedjma therapy, it's a piercing or shooting. Stop, Allah is drawing your attention to natural phenomena.

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The creation is wonderful creation.

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And by the way, just understanding some of the physical aspects of the space, the planets does not reduce the wonders. And this is something about humans Subhanallah humans, once they understand an aspect of something they think they haven't mastered it. And this is something I really want to mention Subhanallah you know the Arabic language there is intelligence behind it. There is a logic and like,

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specific logic, peculiar logic for the English for the Arabic language, it's actually in line with the truth.

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So for someone to know something very good very well. The word in Arabic or help I'll be here is

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to surround something in knowledge.

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This is why Allah says what are your Hebrew and maybe she emailed me in Lebanon Sharma and they don't encompass

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of his knowledge or knowledge about him except what he allows them.

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So we don't know everything about Allah. We know very little about Allah only what he allows us to know.

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And Allah says, but you can there will be no LM you have to be l me right. As this believers, they have actually rejected or denied what they have not. You're here or here it means to surround something from all directions.

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So this logic shows that in order for you to know something, you need to know it from all angles, as if you surround it

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as if you surround it. So when you know something, you don't know something very well. When you know it from a site

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One side, two sides, three sides, there is something called a Hapa, telehealth and Arabic language is that you actually know something inside out even English as this right? In a sense, you know, something inside out. So

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So humans, once they know a little bit of space, a little bit of the nature of the planets and celestial bodies, they think all the wonders of that creation has been subdued, like we have taken power over that.

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And that's, again, part of the arrogance of humans. And sometimes Allah sends reminders, you know, regardless of what you think, of where COVID-19 came from, whether it was developed in the lab, in the labs, or anywhere or whatever, regardless, but it really awakened humans to, to the reality of the fragility of their life and their systems, like a small thing is small, you know, creature, if you like it

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can really disturb all of your systems, your whole life.

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So, so again, humans are under the delusion that we know when you know something, you think you know, everything. And the reason is something we mentioned before that you cannot know what you don't know.

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When you don't know what you don't know.

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You assume that you know everything.

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You don't know what you don't know, you don't know the extent of what you don't know. So you assume that you know, and that's extremely problematic. Very, very scary. Because if you don't know you're going to fill that gap with assumptions. And assumptions are usually wrong and biased. So that's the problem.

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So humans know something and think, oh, that's Oh, we know, we know space very well. But the thing is, there are many things about existence that you don't know and at some point, they will surprise you. They will surprise you. So the thing is, again, humans can easily fall in the delusion that we know everything. So it's no wonder right? But it's important to be humble when it comes to this. So imagine without in Kowloon, Absalom marry her half of so Allah says there is a guardian there is a watcher of every self. So every human being there is a watcher what does this mean? This has a few meanings. One meaning is that in coincola, nafcillin, nearly half your half comes from what

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the route have what what does half hour mean?

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Half Allah.

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Allah is it heavy, right and half of heavy, right? What does it mean?

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keepsake, protect, protect, something, protect, usually usually protect from outside hefele is protection from outside.

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Okay, we'll say well, Phala Hayyan haffi Allah, Allah is the best protector. Allah is the best protector

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Allah talks about the shooting stars.

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Why for one man coalition upon married

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because Shavon the mother remarried the giant, very powerful, influential Jin, the some of the leaders among them that are very influential and powerful. They would seek to

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see steal news from the angels. Angels, they were entrusted with something about al Qaeda to do some they were given commands. So they used to climb up in the heavens, the jinn before and steal some news, something's going to happen. So on so Okay, so, a command is given to the angel of death, for example, go and take the soul of such and such

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Shevlin would hear this

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and they would rush down and tell it to a sorcerer or to a witch to a witch or whatever. And they would lie with it.

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So when the Prophet Mohammed Salam was sent,

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Allah activated this phenomenon to fulfill a function which is shooting stars that anytime

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the shayateen would wood steel, and there is a description of the Hadith, how would they do it? They would actually stand on each other's shoulders to make a gin bridge.

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To hear that a shooting star would hit that Jin who's trying to hear or listen to what the angels are being commanded or given or what conversations they are having. So Allah call this way vomiting cliche upon a married liar Simona hidden mother in other words,

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Have one them in collision. So we protected the heavens and collision upon ematic ly a summit on a limited they cannot hear they cannot listen or steal from

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the angels.

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So Allah subhanaw taala is calling the shooting stars way for one and they fulfill the mission of protection protecting the upper levels of heaven from the hearing of the jinn. So protection here Shifu so Allah says when Kulu nafcillin nearly half of every soul every self, there is indeed a half of half of means protected

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so there is actually angels that protect humans

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protect humans from any harm that is not written upon them and the preserve tablet

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Allah says in surah

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a right

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help me out following Mohammed Abdullah was

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Kabila.

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Okay so Allah mentions that there are angels protecting you from before and from behind surround you, they protect you. So the first thing they say you have a loner who mellem yoka Lee, they protect the person from whatever was not written upon them in the paddock. Some scholars say they protect them from the attacks of jinn and other creatures if there is any. Okay, so humans are protected from from by the angels. So these are half of another meaning of half of is to preserve in the sense of preserved information.

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And Allah mentioned, we're going to come to the server.

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And if you thought Allah says, we're in we're in Cologne, Absalom

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when it comes to half you we in right, we're in Alikum, the half you we there are half

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have you been plural? Have you been to Roman Catholic in their honorable, dignified, and they write down so they preserve the write down and record and preserve your actions, records of your actions. So that's we're in Kelowna Silicon Valley have the same meaning. So there are angels protect you and your angels will write your actions and your deeds. cool enough. CINEMALAYA half of Filion Lauren insulinoma Hola. So Allah tells us about unseen reality here, unseen things around us.

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fully onboard internal members. Look at what you were created for. You were created from, again, from semen, from semen. And by the way, this is miraculous. And this is why I said science is descriptive and the problem is desensitizes us to the miracle of creation. How come like this liquid whatever it contains turns into a full creature for human being that's so sophisticated, that it has the seeds and the codes for everything about you.

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Nothing short of a miracle. Nothing short of a miracle. And subhanAllah humans still say you know that was random.

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That was random

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for young golden tsunami mahalo call Tommy man, definitely a huge jump in the water right this is a description again of where this semen is coming from. And there is some discussion disagreement among the amorphous Syrian what exactly that means, but again, it's not of great importance to us at the moment. Then he says, ALLAH says in our analogy he look order so let's get to that point.

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Say okay, well he had a call about the WHO Yo Ma, tubular salah,

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a febrile Salah it'll Sulloway of hydromechanical RubyMine Hierin Masha Allah subhanho wa Taala yo Mata be abou Homosassa Dojo favorite dunya kitty mocha fuel minute or more. What's up how do I earn and the nurse What am I filthy Yamato forgot the hobbies role abroad before Jordan for job which I'll see y'all tomorrow I learned from the home in Kuwait in yet there will be an FC one announcer cottage industry it will be for Heather pastor Miranda heard that the la marina walk to marry him or him.

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The one who created the One who created man from an objective fluid that emerges from this place is able to recreate him in the hereafter and resurrect resurrect him for the acquittal. On the Day when people's inner secrets will be examined. That is when what is hidden in people's hearts of good or evil will be disclosed and made manifest on their faces all

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subhanaw taala says elsewhere on the day when some faces will become bright, and some faces will become dark. In this world, in this world, many matters are concealed and not visible or known to people. But on the day of resurrection, the righteousness of the righteous and the evil of the evildoers will be made manifest, and all matters will be laid open.

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Then man will have no power to himself to help himself and defend himself

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nor anyone to help him or support him. This is an oath concerning people when they do deeds and at the time of their acquittal. Okay, so Allah subhanaw taala here is saying that Allah created us the first time through a mechanism of again, semen and copulation, etc. On the Day of Judgment, the One who created you can bring you back to him to see as he created you the first time he can create you the second time, what's the big deal about that? Because this was a big issue among previous nations. And now we've got a bigger delusion to deal with, which is denying the existence of God altogether. But previous nations, they went as far as to say, you know, God created us the first

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time but how can he put us together when we have decomposed? So for them that was like, impossible.

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So ALLAH SubhanA, Allah shows, it's not impossible, the One who created you first time can create you the second time. So what's the big deal? Again, humans go wrong when they project their own traits, or put their own limits on Allah subhanaw taala. So it's important to have, it's actually this is the seed of many deviations that happened in the history of humanity and Islam as well.

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The ALMA tubular salah,

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yo MOTOBLUR As Salam, when the reality of the hidden inside of you will be brought out. So again, this life of the name amistades says this dunya you're able to hide stuff And subhanAllah like we are like a vessel. creatures like a missile, there are things you can hide inside of you. There are meanings, there are features you can hide inside of you, no one knows about.

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It's interesting how you a human being, you can hide something, you have an inner space and you have an outer space, you can hide things inside, you can pretend, and you can show

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and you can act. But the reality that hidden reality because people can't see it with their own eyes, Allah knows it. And Allah is gonna lay it bare in front of everyone on the Day of Judgment is going to be available for everyone to see, so that you don't have an inner space on the Day of Judgment it's brought out.

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And again, in a little bit of repulsive language and say your guts will be put out, the guts of your psyche will be put out for everyone to see.

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And Subhan Allah, one of the biggest predicaments of humans and biggest sins that human can humans commit is actually the discrepancy between their inner space and their outer space that humans can always pretend and put on an act.

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As that's like, that's like deception.

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And problem is when humans are brought up into this, they're programmed to do this, that it becomes like second nature. So they don't question it.

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They don't question it

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becomes part of their core part of their

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makeup, lying becomes the norm.

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And it's hard. It's hard for a man to really grow and flourish in a heart that has this deception. It's very hard.

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And this is why a statement from one of the companions alive forgot who he wants, they said.

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You can tell the heart of a person of faith from their face.

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If they dislike something it shows on their face, they can't hide it.

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If they have disturbed it shows on their face. If they're sad shows on their face, they're happy it shows on their face. The connection between the heart is is clear the pathway is clear.

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But there are people who are able to do the opposite.

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And that's really like that's not a good sign. This is the seed of hypocrisy alarm standing Allah protect us.

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Yama tubeless Allah. Allah says in other verse waha suela mafia so do what is in the chests will be brought out. Well, hustler manifesto time.

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Allah says Fernanda homing or wetin wala NASA.

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You don't have a power to defend yourself to protect yourself to repel anything and

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from yourself and you don't have NASA someone to help you someone else to help you. So that means you helpless you helpless

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but some awesome awesome Anthony and Alyssa had to go on for Carla was somebody that Roger will agree that Saddam in our program fossil one our bill has for maximum custom Anthony and Alyssa Vaughn if a call was somebody that Roger II will do that to somebody A to G or summer or been in my body couldn't what else are they doing the bat fair he will be there he can add them you and I will be having a Moto G or summer or you don't build up that he was the only dealer he yet you could have worked in with until the elbow and what in the hell are your Quran? Yeah hold on fossil Hakuna muscle can be you know no other woman who have been has a jet don't lace up it hasn't we're an older

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lady so it'll be in October if you will makalah within firstly it will be also met

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by the sky the returns and by the earth that cracks open with the growth of plants that is the sky brings back rain every year and the earth cracks open for plants to grow on which people and livestock live. And the heaven again brings down divine decrees at all times. And the earth will split open for the dead on the Day of Resurrection. There really is no Quran is a decisive word that is it contains clear and plain truth and is not to be late taken lightly. That is it is a serious matter and is not a joke. It is the decisive word that settles issues between different factions and views and disputes may be resolved through it. Surely they namely those who reject the messenger

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Quran are plotting and planning to defeat the truth and support falsehood. But I am too planning I too am planning to cause the truth to prevail even if the disbelievers hate it and to work toward off what they have brought a falsehood so that it may be known who will prevail for humans are too weak and insignificant to be able to resist the most strong all knowing and his plans so bear with the disbelievers bear with them for a little while. That is for a short time for they will come to know their fate when the punishment descends upon them. Okay, so Allah subhanaw taala says was so mad at you that Roger and the sky that repeatedly

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brings rain Elijah and that's again part of the sort of

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the, the innate intelligence in the Arabic language, the scholars would say ringg linguists, they would say the roots that starts with raw and Jeem and whatever third letter there is shows repetition and shaking generally that's what it denotes these sounds are all Jim Crow. All right, Roger. And also Roger always which is wrong raw gene gene, okay. All of that row shows was shaking and repetition vibration

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vibration.

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So for example the via vibration vibrator on the vibration on this phone Arabs call it what from the same route they call it what Judge Raja Raja Raja will be that are Raja Raja he came back came back Repetition Repetition Raja alright

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a Raja what is up Raja in the order we can already

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know it's a bit is not a pleasant meaning. Elijah about God.

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Yes, vomit.

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Vomit Allah Allah Jia. Okay.

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G. So this is what, again, repetition something goes in, goes out. Okay, this kind of rapid movement, this vibration. Again, it comes from the same root. So a summary that Roger meaning it keeps repeating it's rainfall. So many that Roger told you, it comes back with rain. We'll undo that to Sudan. Sod than in Sudan so that Allah subhanaw taala saw that means

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For something to open and something to come forth from that opening, that's what so that means.

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Wherever you're curious, you will find similar meaning that again, this is part of the intelligence.

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First that'd be Martoma. Yes processing and first that we mature more, what does that mean? That means, you know, let the truth come out from what you were commanded that it come out.

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Okay, well, I'll do that a sudden. So again, Allah shows, you see the creation around you the rain that falls and the village vegetation that grows from the earth earth opens and the vegetation grows right that's for you, all that is designed for you think this is random. The fact that this life cycle keeps appearing your life is a cycle as well and it will occur another time in the Hereafter you will be brought out again. Then Allah says about the Quran in the Hula, hula and fossil fossil again means divide division. This is why classroom is called in Arabic language facile right it's a divider is a group of students. This is a group of students Fussel Fossella for soldiers to divide

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in hula golden fossil. It divides truth from falsehood. It shows falsehood from the truth clear there's it draws a line between them in Angola, coal and fossil woman who have been hazard This is not joking. This is not time wasting. Okay, this is some serious matter. Well, now what Bill has in homea Kiona Qaeda, the disbelievers they plot? What are Cade okay? So this is one of the actions of Allah, Allah Allah Allah, Allah Kate. And is it they are described or classified? If at all, mocha Bella, these are things that Allah does in return in response. Allah doesn't initiate Kate. So these are

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these are and we can say Allah does this plotting, but he does it in return, in return, okay, so we don't give Allah a name from these actions. We don't say Allah ca or maca. We don't. We don't even describe him like that. We don't give him a name. We don't give him a description like that. This is only a fan. Okay, a fan and we can say it's about northborough Anila. We are talking about something that Allah does here. Okay. Why? Because being being able to respond to platings

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is more perfect than not being able to respond. So it's only good when it's in response. Okay. Welcome to Qaeda. Sama. hadal. Kathie Lee Nam Hellhammer Weida you know,

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let allow them the time that Allah has given them eventually everything will be set right.

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This life is not meant for the scales or for the accounts to be settled this will be done in the hereafter be nila heeta Allah and with this we finish should not applaud

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Okay, let's see if we have questions specifically about what we said today

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any questions

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sorry, source of

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this the heart of the Prophet SAW Solomon said failure. So failure failure karaka attainment variable, that the person pray to raka other than the obligatory prayers. So you could be doing the Sunnah of the home owner. You can read this after them as long as it's not fun. Or if there is no sun at that time. You can just pray any to sooner like volunteer to do Susana and make them afterwards

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this question I don't have the answer for today is the fact that we divide

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micro

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programs into

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that way so where's the

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you are programmed to choose in certain areas right?

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You are programmed accurately the movie will be given a role that we need to play

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Okay, let me ask you a question.

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Yeah, I get your

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did you choose to ask this question?

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How long is your freewill

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where you said the fact that you were here Forget about what I said.

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Isn't did you feel freewill? Did you feel that you could actually think about something, choose it and act on it

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and you have choice

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in that specific area, you had freewill. You could have just remained silent, right?

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But you chose to speak. That's a first hand experience with freewill right. Can we now for the sake of some kind of an argument, say, but we are programmed.

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That would be irrational evil to think deny your immediate experience, your personal experience. And say, you said you're programmed, the cadaver is a secret how it works.

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So we know that you would not do that had Allah not allowed it. Had Ilana written that down? How do I get these two things together, your heart can. But if you try to figure it out in your, in your mind, and your just thought process cognition, you can't, it's beyond you. Just like you eyes cannot see.

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Your eyes have a limit in terms of vision, right? So let's say 200 kilometers. Even if you are on top of a mountain, you can't see beyond 200 kilometers, right? So your vision has a limit. Also your mind your ability to process thought and understand ideas and concepts has a limit. So when it comes to Elkader, there is a limit where you can't put these things together. But you have a first hand experience that you are able to choose and ask a question. And you have an experience where in certain areas you can choose the conditions, or you have a response that you didn't have choice about. So you have first hand experience with both so you know that you actually have that.

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That's that would be the only way to answer it. Yeah.

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Free willingness to,

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to work,

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then how would the heavens and the earth have been created for a reason? How would your d&d adjustments how

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you don't have to rebuild?

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Absolutely. That just again, just shows exactly exactly here, that Allah subhanaw taala is very unjust. Now Allah says what are you hating on me che immunol me he Ellerbee Masha, he tells us you cannot encompass the knowledge of Allah all of it right? So there are, there's knowledge Allah has kept away from you. And definitely this doesn't benefit you now. Otherwise Allah would have taught taught you that knowledge. Simple. But if we think that I can know and understand everything, then that's not a good place to come from it shows there is arrogance that we don't understand our limitations.

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See, Okay, final question. Then we'll go

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can you compare the four motivational desires of the best boatman as an acting out of unconditional love for Allah versus our own ultimate desire? So desire to get into Jamaica? Or the fear of genre?

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Can you compare those? Can I do what can you compare like the motivational desires of the festival man, so either acting out of unconditional love for Allah or ultimately for own desire? So getting into gender or fear, John?

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I'm not sure I understand the question. So there's different motivations for the best moment. You either act out of unconditional love for Allah without expecting anything in return. Or you act out of okay, were you here last Saturday? Yes. So we spoke about that this

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last Friday. You were here right? We spoke about this we call it a hierarchy

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right. So the fact that you want Allah is not different from the fact that you want gentlemen is the same.

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Because Jana is nearness to Allah closeness to Allah.

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Elaborate on details that would be a lecture in itself. Okay. Does that okay Baraka Luffy comes time for the done anyways. sees the few moments and make the actual loss