Moutasem al-Hameedy – The Monumental Tafsir As Sa’di #17

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various topics related to Islam, including the Day of hero, punishment options, and the negative consequences of actions and intentions that lead to evil behavior. They emphasize the importance of belief in the future andles, and the use of Arabic language rules. They also discuss the negative impacts of actions and intentions leading to evil behavior, the importance of belief in the future, and the importance of patience and trusting oneself. The speakers stress the importance of speaking for Islam and avoiding confusion, as well as the potential negative impact it could have on people's views of the world.
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say you didn't go sit in maybe you know Muhammad didn't know it he was being looked up your ina woman to be your son and you know you're mundane we're gonna do Loma Linda my own phone our fan of Mr. Olympia and I was in again that I didn't want I came I'm gonna die do we continue with solar thermal puffy

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and we covered the first

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few verses

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we covered until verse number six so we will continue inshallah starting with verse number seven beadnell.

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very early there record of the wicked This includes every wicked person among all types of disbelievers hypocrites and evil doers is insyde gene. Then Allah explains that by saying and how could you know what's a gene is a clearly inscribed record. That is, it is a record in which are recorded their evil deeds, the words a gene refers to a narrow, constricted place. So gene is the opposite of an array li Yun, which is the place where the record of the righteous is kept, as we shall see below. It is also suggested that the gene is the lowest of the seven Earths the abode of the wicked, where they will dwell in the hereafter. While you know you may either pneumo kit Debian

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middle hold one who had to agree we will you do Bula who keep the Roku I'll keep you hold until happy when he has either totally

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done that will help the wider city manager at we also get them to have another had a sell to a wedding. I mean, tautological multiple demean was bad in Omaha marine laser mean Allah He is an en de la he took a boron wiener

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well that Day to the deniers then Allah explains who the deniers are those who deny the day of judgment that is the Day of Requital the day on which Allah will judge people according to their deeds. No one denies it except every transgressor who overstepped the sacred limits of Allah and goes beyond that which is permissible to that which is prohibited, who is steeped in sin, that is he commits a great deal of sin. This is the one who whose transgression makes him disbelieve and whose arrogance makes him reject the truth. Therefore, when our revelations are recited to him that point to the truth and to the truthfulness of that which His Messengers brought, he stubbornly rejects

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them and says, this is nothing but tales of the ancients. That is it is nonsense stories of past nations and is not from Allah he says this out of arrogance and stubbornness

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We are worried about our heinous self. There are millions of people who have polyurethane Wasaga epilobium Mithila Shamsi will absorb. You will have your mind blown and Appleby he Kosmo who have a pothole massive in your home hydro bone and unhealthy when he has a doozy and then it can be unhedged? How do you bet Angela can hold you accountable who fifth dunya and

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so my inner home Madhavi Rocco, but still very high lasagna him from my home Toby ha. What's her career, her the lady couldn't be here to cut the bone for that Corolla Hamza and one minute other than Jehane or either but Toby he will loom weatherable hijabi man block Bill enemy.

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As for the one who is fair minded and whose goal is to see clear truth, he does not deny the Day of Judgment, because Allah has established for it definitive evidence and clear proof that make it certain, so it has become as clear as day to them. This is in contrast to those whose hearts have been covered with the stain of their misdeeds and sins. So they are prevented from seeing the truth. Therefore as recordable for that they will be prevented from seeing a law just as their hearts were prevented from accepting the since the signs of Allah in this world, then in addition to that severe punishment, they will surely enter the blazing fire, then it will be said to them by way of rebuke.

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This is what you used to deny. Thus Allah mentions three types of punishment that they will face the punishment of *, the punishment of blame and rebuke and the punishment of being kept away from the Lord of the Worlds

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why that will be blocked below the mean and Machado mini Lisa Javi why Bobby Hey, I like him while we're adding him in and now we're done. I'm a formula area to move money in and around around the home yo man Tia Matthew, Phil Jana, were telling the dude I mean nobody either he had them I mean that we have to he's gonna be Hey Bobby, he were for whenever you pull me He can either cut Allah who then he can read that area, Gmail, Quran, whatever. tartufi Nakuru and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam if he had the hill area to do Minato nope in Torah you know, I will tell you you know, I don't know we were to agree he che and he had Tyrion permisson who was a multiple Serato for

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Does Allah mentioned three types of punishment that they will face the punishment of *, the punishment of blame and rebuke, and the punishment of being kept away from the Lord of the worlds which implies that he will be angry with them, which will be worse from for them than the punishment of the fire. The meaning of this verse indicates that the believers will see their Lord on the Day of Resurrection and in Paradise, and the joy they will find in gazing upon upon his countenance will be greater than all other pleasures, when he addresses them, they will rejoice there in as Allah mentions in several several verses of the Quran, and is mentioned in multilateral reports from the

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messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa salam. These verses also contain a warning against sin for it stains the heart, gradually covering it until it's light is extinguished. And its ability to recognize things as they are sees as they are ceases to function, where upon facts are turned upside down. So that so that the individual sees falsehood as truth and truth as falsehood. This is one of the punishments for sin. Okay, so this is the again, this

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second part of the soil talks about the disbelievers and their final destiny and they're where they're going to end up

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and just want to highlight if you see anybody

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making the jump, because sometimes people come late and they want to pray there are some drama here.

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Please just notify them that they can pray there Gemma in the front hall.

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At the front hall is open I spoke to Brother Muhammad Hassan front hall will be open. They can do the gym either because a couple of times we have Jamar Handy was distracting here, they would get distracted as well because we are on the speaker. So again, it's not a good situation for both. So just if you see anyone, two people, three people making Gemma here, please notify them before they start, that they should go and pray that inshallah the science eventually will be done and posted in Thailand.

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Okay, so Allah Subhana Allah here talks about collecting Nikita but for Jerry the VCG on advocate messaging Kitab among humanity.

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So the record, the test the destination, the final destination of the disbelievers will be written everything their actions their deeds are written, they are recorded

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They are about the final abode is also has also written, so everything is finalized. And they will their book is written against the gene, the wet gene that their book The record is insane gene is actually in tightness and that shows that all of their situations will be tight and Subhanallah in the Arabic language

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trials, challenging circumstances are referred to as a boom, boom. Or Blake. There's a slight difference but they pretty much talk about challenging circumstances that make the chest tight.

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Make the chest even in English, but they use it more with financial financial situation they say I'm in a tight spot, right? Tight, tightness, tightness deep, and Allah also associated not only with challenging, uncomfortable situations, Allah associated that as well with disbelief, because this belief brings pain. This belief brings pain. The biggest pain in existence, even in this world is the pain of the people who are disconnected from Allah subhanho wa taala.

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The biggest pain immunostain Rahim Allah to Allah also following his shift with Jaime and IMO, Allah says, the greater the need,

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the human being has for something,

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the greater the pain of he is denied this thing this need

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and the greater the pleasure and bliss he experiences if he is granted this need.

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And he says the greatest needs human have is love of Allah.

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knowing Allah, loving Him, and being developed, worshiping Him, He says this is the greatest and biggest human need. And if the person denies themself, they they deny their heart, this this need. They experience pain that has no parallel, no rival.

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It's exponentially bigger than any pain that humans could ever experience. But, but

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he says most people are intoxicated,

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intoxicated with dystonia, so they are numbed the number 16 The pain is active inside of them. It burns them, it boils within, and it brings about pain and agony and trauma. But people are numbing it down with the engagement with engagement and the pleasures of dystonia, which is you might say for people who don't worship Allah, people who don't know about Allah and people who then don't care about Allah, and they seem to be leading pretty happy lives. First, this is a lie and impression that they try to spread around, which is not true. It's not true.

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But the fact that they don't experience or they're not aware of that, extremely painful, you know, illness that is inside of them is true is because they are intoxicated. And this is why you have no more I got him Allah to Allah one of the early generations a great worshiper, he has beautiful words, he said and now so so Cara be humble in dunya when a seller home Eva but on in their female asker in Naka, he says people in this dunya are intoxicated,

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people are intoxicated with the hammer of this dunya

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the in toxic into this dunya the alcohol of this domain. And they will only wake up from that slumber

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from that numbness of intoxication when they join the ranks of the dent but they die when they die. All that numbness of this distraction that they are engaged with the immediate pleasure that they get from eating, drinking, you know, answering the basic needs. That sort of numbs down helps them numb down the pain, keep it in the closet, right shot should lock it in. So it doesn't, it doesn't get to them, right locking down down there. So he says but when you die, you can't do that anymore. So the pain comes back, and you have to live with it and he says they live with it eternally.

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some Muslim scholars also argued, which is a very powerful case, by the way. They said a lot of the pain,

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a lot of the pain that we call trauma. You know when life circumstances cause you trauma. People think they are traumatized by the circumstances or by the misfortunes they say no

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says the tragedies of this dunya affect a

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Human being a true believer, like scratches on the surface of the skin.

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This is how far the dunya goes with you.

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people already have a huge reservoir of pain because of their disconnection with Allah, the pain of the need of the heart not being answered,

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which they numb down.

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But when things fall apart outside, there's no intoxicant. So the gates opens up, and the pain inside that has been building up for long time, floods their consciousness. So people try to make sense of it, they attribute it to the trauma, or to the tragedy that they went through.

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And that makes a lot of sense. It doesn't make a lot of sense.

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The biggest thing humans experience this is why a believer a person of very strong faith, they cannot be knocked out by the door.

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And if you read any of the books of a religion that talks about, especially that elaborate on their life, the incidents and the life, Allah you will find their life the lives of some of them are the some of them are the most challenging lives.

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Sometimes you read them and you get depressed. Why? Because you actually project your own beliefs and the way you you process life, on their experience. But for them, they were pretty chilled. For most of them. Life never got to their hearts.

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Life never broke their backs.

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Some of them went through things, unspeakable things. Still there were strong, how come?

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This dynamic could actually be the case? The biggest pain is when people disconnect from Allah subhanaw taala. If you disconnect from Allah, the pain is enormous. But the question is, Are you conscious of it or not? Most people have learned to numb it down by distractions. And this is why people are so adamant are so persistent. Today, when it comes to entertainment, when it comes to different engagements, people can't sit with themselves for half an hour, right? Why? Because it's like a very dark place you've got to go into so what keep yourself busy, keep yourself distracted, either people you're speaking to, or something you're listening to, or something you're watching, or

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a game that you're playing or a project that you're working on. But if you sit still, people go into this existential void, right? They feel petrified skirt, they can't deal with it. Where is it coming from? That's the disconnection from Allah.

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But the problem is, is you keep masking, it keeps building up. You don't want to do that.

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You don't want to do that. You want you don't want to deny yourself the biggest need And subhanAllah people have people who ended up in the Hellfire as they have chosen to deny their hearts this need and thus they have ruined the hearts. They have corrupted their hearts, they have the very essence of their hearts has been spoiled and ruined.

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As they denied themselves this ultimate pleasure.

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This is what Allah will give them on the Day of Judgment as well. Allah says Can in our home and on being in the Army in the battle. On the Day of Judgment, they will be screened from the Lord, it will be partitioned, they can't see Allah, Allah will not gonna try to address them directly with honor.

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And many of them have a Syrian Subhanallah they say the most painful

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punishment people of the Hellfire will ever experience is being denied access to Allah, being denied being again, partitioned or being screened from a loss.

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That's the that's more painful to them than the scorching fire. And that's true, because the reality of the human being is their heart, happening to memory konbu the reality of the human being is the heart. So if the the biggest pleasure or pain or pleasure or pain or pain, a person experiences is the pleasure of the heart, and the biggest pain is the pain of the heart. Physical pain registers is nothing compared to that.

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And personal pleasure and pain, really they're insignificant compared to the experience of God. But again, we have been conditioned people have been trained from a young age and this is what

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a lot of institution public institutions not only here all around the world

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have been indoctrinating people into this into this, take them away from Allah.

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Allah tungsten

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Okay, so Allah Subhana Allah says about them

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Killer no matter what be him Yo man, even the Mojo bone. And also Allah mentions a few interesting things that we can just touch on in sha Allah, that these people used to disbelieve in the Day of Judgment, that there is no

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next life. There's no day of judgment, there's no reckoning, there's no accounts.

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And you know, by denying that, you automatically, you know, get all the wrong notions about this life. So once you remove belief in the Hereafter, there is no need for moral law.

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There's no place for moral law, there's no accountability, because you will see people tyrants, who have confiscated people's money, and wealth and possessions, and who have murdered people brought about destruction, inflicted injustice on countless number of people. And they seem to get away with it. It's an incomplete story.

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So, so there's no consequences doesn't seem to be always again, there's not always consequences, consequences for, for how people act morally.

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So that automatically attacks the moral system and people, what's the point? What's the point if I'm good, you know, I don't get paid back.

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That's justice. That's part of justice. And this is why, again, the Buddhist and the Hindu concept that has been again,

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popularized as Karma

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is a mutilated, corrupted concept. Because they don't believe in the hereafter.

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They don't believe in the next life, they believe in reincarnation.

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They believe in incarnation, perpetual creation, that you come into this world in the shape of a human, then you get another try in life, based on how you did in this life. And if you did, well, then you will come in a better shape. But if you didn't do well, then you still haven't been purified. So maybe you will come as a no no, as a as a bird or as a mosquito or whatever, like, etc. So it's a perpetual thing.

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So for them, this is, this is what karma is. for them. It really has to work there is karma that has to work in this world as well. Not.

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There's a lot of stories that are incomplete in this life. Why? Because this life is just a chapter in the book of existence.

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There is some justice that Allah serves in this life. And so sometimes Allah serves it fully. Sometimes Allah in this life, sometimes Allah serves it, to a certain extent in this life, keeping the rest of it for the hereafter. Sometimes Allah keeps the whole settling issue for the hereafter. That's Allah's world. It's Allah's universe, Allah's creation, and Allah is the wise and the Merciful. And he knows how to manage these things. And it's not for not for us to bring those small minds and our petty expectations and say, you know, this is how things should be.

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So again, this is what disbelief in the Hereafter. And when we believe in the hereafter in a proper way, it really sets a lot of things right in our life. It really sets you know, a lot of things right. And it helps us deal with the reality that this life can be challenging. This life can be challenging, but it's not. The whole story is just a very small chapter in the book of existence.

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Either to clarify or to now call us hopefully, we're not worrying again, this is the kind of answers that seem on the surface to make a logical point, but they actually don't because they say about the book. These are the fairy tales

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of previous nations, you're just talking about stories that happened in the past what's the point as Allah said, in Hola, hola, esta he a young believer methanol, MALBA orbita for methyl Baja, for me La Nina Hana for having a more helpful than one beam, Allah does not shy away from giving the parable or the analogy of a mosquito.

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As for the believers,

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family the nominal failure mode cannot help the believers no this is a true message from the Lord. So, there is a point there that Allah is teaching us. So they pay he paid and they try to benefit from it, they seek the point they learn it, they internalize it, they benefit from it in terms of their belief in terms of their practice.

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One min Lavina Cafaro will fire up all on her mother although the law behind them, the disbelievers and say you know what, what an example mosquito. So instead of going to the point, right, they look for distractions, they look for something that is insignificant, right, which is not the point. Then they take that path or that trail of thought in all

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order to diverge or stray away from the main point from the lesson. So they like the mosquito is not mentioned, therefore itself, but it's mentioned because it serves as an example, it makes you think it's an analogy. So for them, instead of just taking the analogy, that mosquito becomes the subject, the main subject for them, what is this talking about a mosquito. And that's again, what happens today.

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Follow a cellphone avoiding, and only you tell them Allah told us the stories of previous nations so that we take lessons that we understand the mind, the power of Allah, what happens Don't be, again, so impressed with whatever level of technology and power humans reach, because that could be destroyed in a second by Allah subhanaw taala. It's, it's nothing. It's really nothing.

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So there's profound lessons that we take from the Stories of the Prophets, right? We learn a lot from them. They teach us so much about Allah, there's just so much about the hereafter. They teach us they give us a good example as to how we should respond to the message of the Prophet SAW Salem, and the punishment that awaits people who disobey Allah subhanho wa taala. There is so much that we can learn from this the patience of the scholars, we learn from that. The dedication to guide people is something that's refreshing that we learned the selflessness how the prophets was so keen and careful about their people and about their safety and about their salvation. And people were

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reckless. People when people paid them back in the West shape, right, so people in Delaware recognize this, that you could actually be good to the people that you want the best for people and people will throw stones at you.

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It happened to the best of the creation. All of these are profound lessons. This is why Allah said to the prophets, I send them

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about the stories that he mentions man with a b2b for another

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that we mentioned these stories so we can make your heart firm because what you're facing is overwhelming. The Prophet Prophet Muhammad SAW said and faced the biggest challenges of all prophets and messengers.

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So Allah mentioned these examples so that they, they remind the prophets are something more of a consolation. This is not a new thing. It happened with prophets and messengers, it's always been the again the norm of ungrateful people. It's not about you. phenomena you can be more Nicola Kinabalu, me and yet, they don't disbelieve in you because of you. But they are actually rejecting the words of Allah. Okay, so they say a salad, little owl, and these are fairy tales of the people of the past, give us something substantial talk about some real issues. Right? That's what they're saying seems to be like a good argument. But it's nonsense. It's nonsense. And such are the arguments that

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come today. A lot of side arguments are brought into Islam into the conversation about Islam that really are mere distractions. And as a Dahlia, generally speaking, it's better not to go along with these.

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Focus on the message. Focus on the message focus on reminding people of Allah awakening their Fidra telling them the truth

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the truth, are you kidding me? Luckily, Martin, if he made that *

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one, we will be mad. And that's a very important thing to hear. This has to do with the nature of the heart.

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You know, there's a screen that what they used to do the evil that they used to do, the evil you do violates your heart violates your folklore violates the natural goodness. And

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so the sin what sin does, it's

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it's detrimental, it's harmful to your heart. So it creates conflict in your heart. So the good wants to come out of your heart, the fitrah seeking Allah, devotion to Allah wants to come out. But this comes and fights back and pushes against it. And it wins grounds in the heart and when it wins ground in the heart is sort of against us more than words crystallizes, you know, like a battery, crystallizes it, it doesn't hold charge anymore. Some part of the battery crystallizes, it doesn't hold, you know, charge anymore. So you lose more of your battery power. Something similar happens to the heart, the more evil you allow into it, because what you do comes back. What you do, the evil

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you do comes back whether it's actually actions of the heart, evil intentions and thoughts, right, envy, jealousy, hate, contemplating evil things, and seriously considering them. All of that is a full cycle. It goes back into your heart, and it creates a state, as the Prophet SAW, Selim said, so it's once that crust builds around your heart, it becomes hard. Your heart is disconnected.

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Your heart is disconnected. It doesn't connect doesn't recognize what's good. It loses its ability to see right from wrong truth from falsehood. So you're confused

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There's what Allah says Come number one Allah Bluebeam mechanics one these people. It's not like the Quran is really fairytales, but this is how it seems to them because they have ruined the hearts. They have destroyed the ability of the heart the natural ability of the heart to connect to the truth. Okay, let's carry on with the believers now. Call him I'm certainly I'm allowed to add that Canada in Nikita Bella gararion, Fei Li in the rockin ID Yun Kitab of Morocco macabre moon in an Abrar OLOFI name and an aurora AKM Walrond 34 V will do him number to name your school number go ahead don't miss school Murphy daddy kefir yet another symbol turneffe is one of them is Angelholm

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you behind a name one of our Raja who work for in Taiwan in lead that he was pseudo York Civil which Honora Ron Wilson what badger

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having mentioned that the record of the wicked will be in the lowest and most constricted place. Allah tells us that the record of the righteous will be in the highest and most spacious place and that their their clearly inscribed record is kept with those who are close to Allah, namely the noble Angels and the souls of the prophets, the strong and true in faith, and the martyrs and Allah will declare their renown among those on high.

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Sierra Leone is the name of the highest part of paradise. Having mentioned their record, Allah now tells us that they will be in bliss, which is a word that encompasses emotional, spiritual and physical delights, seated on couches that are adorned with beautiful cloth, gazing in wonder at what Allah has prepared for them of bliss, and gazing upon the noble countenance of their Lord, you onlooker will see on their faces the radiance of bliss, that is the glow of pleasure, the torment that occurs Shabaab she term whom is your attempt to undermine the costume and Hulagu. Shaban Young. This will lead data who will use it, whether it can be done under the hood teamily Misko, where you

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they will be given to drink pure wine which is the best and most delicious of drinks from a sealed container of which the seal is musk. It may be that what is meant is that it is sealed to prevent anything from being added that may distract from its pleasure or spoil its taste, and that the seal with which it is sealed is musk. Or it may be that what is meant by the word hate time translated here as seal is the residue at the bottom of the vessel from which they will drink that pure wine and that is the finest musk. This residue that is left at the bottom of the glass is usually thrown away in this world, but in paradise, it will be of that of high quality

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for that eternal bliss of which no one knows the extent extent of its beauty, except Allah will let all aspire who have aspirations that is, let them compete in hastening to do the deeds that will enable one to reach it. This should be given priority in sacrificing that which is most precious in order to attain it, for it is the most deserving of things which store

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Wrong men should compete to attain, that drink will be mixed with the water from the spring of Tasneem which is a spring from which those who are close to Allah will drink. It is the highest source of any drink in paradise. Therefore it is only for those who are close to Allah, who are the highest of people in status, it will be mixed with nectar and other delicious drinks for the people on the right.

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So here Allah in comparison mentions the believers. So Allah says

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Colette and Nikita but avoid the left end in the righteous. The pious ones. Their book will be written in the highest of places, the highest of spots, and that's the most vast as well of all places as the opposite of the book of the disbelievers. The other ones is the book is in the lowest levels and then the narrow waist the tightest spiced spots. This one is quite the opposite is in the highest and the widest and this is more of an honor. Color inequitable glory Olivia lean woman had rockin it Yong ki turbo Malcolm again a book that writes everything we know the books, with Allah's Pattana right everything big and small. All O'Malley handle kita Villa yoga guru Surya Ratan hola

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Kabir rotten in LA saw. They said, What is it with this book that it leaves? Nothing big or small, except that it takes account of it.

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Yes, hello, hello macabre bone, it has been again witnessed.

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Again, SubhanAllah.

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Just look at how humans when when there is a celebration of graduation, they bring the notables right to the graduation ceremony. So Allah subhanaw taala, to give more dignity and or honor to the believers, he actually

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sort of lets the records of the believers be witnessed, celebrated by the highest ranking angels, and the best of all creation, the prophets and the most righteous and the martyrs. It's a way of honoring them

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in abroad afina Ichigo mobile Ebola phenom and number one, the believers the righteous ones are really in complete bless and happiness. And here I noticed something in translation he said an aim is when Jeremy Ondina email will be what row he will be then he translated the column here as emotions. And I have a I have a big issue with that.

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So the scholars have a specific meaning of column, row and better. And unfortunately, the definitions of these have been messed up. Again, there's there's a little bit of discussion and debate throughout the Muslim history as to exactly what these are because they are not exact words. They don't refer to exact things but they actually have very powerful meanings, but hot here, so I'm going to translate, try to translate literally he says Name bliss is an encompassing title for the bliss or the joy of the heart, the soul, the spirit, and the body. The translation says and this it is

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a name for the the joy or the the bliss of emotions, the soul and the and the body. But actually that's a misunderstanding because what we call today emotions, okay, they were not referred to previously as emotions

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actually come from that some of them come from the heart, some of them come from the soul, and some of them come from the body. So to limit emotions to the heart is actually more of a modern conception which is should not be really applied to the Quran.

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But the joy that the people of paradise experience the joy of their hearts,

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again has a lot to do with the soul. The connection between the soul and the heart is very strong that it's, it's very hard to even differentiate between them. Actually some scholars like the Rahimullah in his book, and even to me, in many places in Europe like him and also many places. They actually mentioned that some times the column the word called refers to the soul

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Okay, so again, these words are not very they're not used mathematically. Okay? So be careful with them and inshallah so they are in bliss. The thing is that they are in complete the full spectrum of all bliss and joy at all levels of their being and that they are leaning on again beautiful cushions and mattresses. So they are in the state of ease and luxury. Physically they are in luxury, every possible unimaginable luxury if you had a non Atolla auto loan semi

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The prophets of Solomon's he described Jana but in general there will be

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what no eye has ever seen. No eye has ever seen. And no ear has ever heard.

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And what no mind could ever imagine.

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So it's something beyond that. It is something beyond an it shows that the pleasure of Paradise is not only things that are seen but also the sounds. The sounds that you hear are something completely different.

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What a photo album no one could ever think any any of that up. And this is why the authentic hadith when Allah subhanaw taala when he first created that agenda, and he said

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to Gibreel it had one born in India so he went to go and see social green went to see Jana and he came back he said Allah

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had a nice now we are in that. I don't think anyone hears about dinner except that they would enter it like it's unbelievable. The Bliss the beauty the luxury the honor.

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In this Jana is something irresistible anyone who hears about it would definitely enjoy it

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for her family Macquarie so it was surrounded, shielded protected. So only two ones, the ones who truly deserve it, enter it. It was filled with trials hardships, challenges.

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For health Fitbit mechanic found on the layup so the green went back again to see it. And he saw what it was surrounded with. He said y'all don't be my oven. No, I had an upholder and who said no, oh my lord, I don't think anyone will enter it.

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With that kind of surrounding that kind of protection and shield.

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And this is why we need patience. What gets us into paradise is patience. You have to go through this sort of,

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you know, the shield around paradise, you have to sail through it. You have to be patient. If you're not patient and you want paradise here on Earth, you're going to get very resentful with what life is why does this happen to me life should not be like this, right? I deserve better than that. Right? I don't deserve that. And so on and so forth. That how should undistracted us the reality of this life is test testing your love testing you but the end of that is near paradise. Paradise

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Okay, I'll go on and they are looking, looking at wet. Yes, they're looking at the pleasures of paradise and the beauty of paradise, but they're also looking at something that is greater face of Allah subhanaw taala and is the update of Arizona Nevada Jana had the prophecies are themselves highly rated by a non Muslim

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clear, what could you do with that?

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faces that are radiant with pleasure, beauty,

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Isla BIA, now, they are looking at Allah the Lord.

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Some, unfortunately thinking that they are doing something good, they want to change, no Illa material.

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They are looking at the mercy of the Lord.

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Okay, but the update of the companions will be Allah Allah Allah. Definitely the prophets of salaam shared clearly in the Hadith that the believers will see Allah subhanho wa Taala directly in a comfortable number common area and you should see your Lord directly without any barrier without any mediary okay

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in Arabic Aiyana Aiyana

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porcelain said you should see your Lord iron i Anna Maria Anna is too I see something with you i in investigated, inspect it with your eye with your naked eye directly. Okay, tell different people draw him number to name the joy that they are in radiates on their face. You know, when someone lives a very easy, happy life. And they are a joyful, pleasant person, you can see that on their face. Right?

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It leaves a lot, the facial features, they become more they reflect more with joy that's in their heart.

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And that's where there will be more with the people of paradise. Whereas someone who has, generally speaking is general, there is always exceptions. By the way. There's always exceptions. But you can only consider the exceptions after you establish the rule and understand that well, there's a common disease, modern disease today, people highlight the exception more than the rule.

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People are obsessed with exceptions. And you mentioned something and say, but there's an exception, of course, of course, every general rule has exceptions. But that's the problem. People are so obsessed that they want you to treat the exception as the rule. What's the difference? You missed the point. That's not how right thinking goes about, you will miss the truth with that. So always recognize the rule which applies predominantly, in this sense. It could be 90%, it could be 80%. That's a general rule. It could be 99%.

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So the fact when you come up with a principle, they come up with an exception, it doesn't deny the rule at all, but some people are getting so obsessed with,

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with exceptions, and those who are always busy with exceptions, and they have this affinity with exceptions, they never learn. Never.

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Because human learning is based on principles.

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The rules, general rules. That's how people learn this, the whole sciences of Islam are all based on what general rules that are called in Arabic gawah. Libya, what does what does it mean?

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They apply to most of the cases, not all the cases, it's very rare that a rule would apply 100%.

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So you try and you can only you can only process the exceptions while after you stay with the rules for a while and you establish them properly. You grasp them. Now you're ready to deal with exceptions. If you start treating rules and exceptions equally, you will never learn you will never learn.

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So it's very important. This is why sometimes you make a statement someone says oh, but there is this exception.

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Well, big discovery

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it's obvious is default there is exemption so what you think it's intelligent to bring an exemption. It just you've already aborted the process of learning that you have

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you already wasted your time.

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Okay, so

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Terry foofy will do him number Latin names on their face, you will see the words you will see again the joy, the beauty, the luxury of

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that they are that they are living in a world show on their face, the sweetness, the softness is radiant, it comes from their face. And you know, Muslim scholar Subhanallah have always studied the relationship between the heart and the actions the heart even in the face of the person. So they would say a very common statement and I think it was from one of our tabbing but it was populated later on more he would say a withdrawal is shareable mean match.

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Eligible insurable means that the the face drinks from the fountain of the heart

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for the good deeds. At civilians, there is brightness or there is illumination in the heart. There is radiance on the face. And there is love in the hearts of the creation

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and discern the opposite.

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having mentioned the requital of the evil doors and the reward of the believers, Allah subhanaw taala now mentions the immense difference between them. He tells us that in this world, the evildoers used to mock the believers, making fun of them, laughing at them and winking in derision at one another, one day passed by them

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out of scorn and contempt towards them. Yet despite that they felt secure and no fear ever crossed their minds. And when they returned to their homes in the morning or evening, they returned, exalting that is happy and rejoicing. This was one of the greatest signs of their delusion that they combined the worst of deeds with a sense of being secure in this world. To the extent that if that it was as if they had received a covenant and promise from Allah that they would be among the blessed and they regarded themselves as being guided and the believers as being misguided. This was a fabrication against Allah for they dare to speak about him without knowledge

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Although they were not sent to the to be their keepers. That is they were not sent to be in charge of the believers and were not given the task of keeping a record of their deeds, such that they should be keen to accuse them of being misguided. This was nothing more than stubbornness of Cincy obstinacy and foolishness on their part for which they had no proof or evidence, therefore their acquittal in the hereafter will match their deeds. But on that day, namely the Day of Resurrection, those who believed will laugh at the disbelievers when they see them immersed in punishment, when all that they used to fabricate will be lost from them. The believers will be in the utmost comfort

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and security sitting on couches that are beautifully adorned, gazing around at that which Allah has prepared for them of bliss and gazing upon the noble countenance of their Lord, or the disbelievers recorded for anything other than that which they used to do. That is they will be given a recompense that matches their deeds, just as they laughed at the believers in this world and accused them of being misguided. The believers will laugh at them in the Hereafter, and they will be and they will see them subjected to a punishment that is the acquittal of their misguidance Yes, they will be recruited for what they used to do on the basis of divine justice and wisdom for Allah is all

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knowing the most wise.

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Okay, so this is a description of the interaction or some aspect of action between the disbelievers and the believers. And it's an ongoing process, such as an ongoing process. They disbelievers. The wrongdoers always make fun of a pick on the believers and they mock them. Right. So this is a continuous common practice. Why? Because again, they are inspired by Shere Khan.

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And that's what Chapin does. This is one of them weapons of Shavon. mockery, the prophets and the messengers were mocked by the people that were ridiculed by their people. Again, and this is one of the weapons that Shavon uses against the believers, to make them doubt their truth, to make them to try to, again, a way or try to make them feel shame, ashamed of what they do. But a believer when when a person has has faith, and they have faith in Allah to faith in the truth, not faith in themselves, not faith in themselves, not confidence, we're not talking about confidence here, we're talking about the faith, the confidence that a believer has is, is faith in what they believe in, is

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faith and the path and the lifestyle that they have chosen. It's not about themselves.

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It's not about themselves. This is why the whole concept of confidence, self esteem is problematic as a concept. As a concept, it is problematic, because you we are not here to think about ourselves, or assess ourselves. We are here busy with a mission. That's what you have to work towards. When you are busy with your mission. You literally you don't have any attention. You can't afford going into this question, Am I worthy or not? This is an irrelevant question and unnecessary question. You can live your life without it. But again, from a young age people are attention of the people is directed at themselves, thinking this is the source of success. Because if this becomes a question,

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a big question in your life, self esteem, Am I worthy or not? And myself, you're going to end up in one of two ways. Absolutely. There's no, there's no third alternative.

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Either you're going to become arrogant and narcissistic, full of yourself. Or you will end up miserable, doubtful of yourself. There's no other way.

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Or you are one of those or usually you err on the side, but masking as someone who was big, literally, why? Because it's the wrong question to ask.

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So this thought is a suas from Japan, is a was was from Japan that you should not even engage in at all it's a waste. It's like It's like a It's a diversion from your path, that you should detour from your path that you should never go into Period. Period but I know when someone is indoctrinated in this to say how come like Islam teaches you confidence, self esteem, no Islam tells teachers you rely on Allah and to be focused on your mission. And really when you are full of that

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you know, this whole question of self esteem and confidence becomes nonsense waste of time.

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Waste of time. And you know peach people who function we mentioned that people will function optimally they lose their sense of self.

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People who find function optimally this is something that is very well studied, documented, etc. In the literature, we call it generally speaking being in the zone, right?

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Being in the zone, they call it unscientifically flow state. What characterizes a person in flow state is when they function optimally and they are at their best.

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They lose their sense of self. They're not thinking, Am I worthy or unworthy? That's that's a waste. This question is a waste of your resources. And it's not a question to be asked. And any answer you give to it, or you try to find for it is just going to be wrong, because the question is wrong.

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So what is it about a believer?

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It's not about ourselves. You're so busy with other things that you don't have time to waste your resources on a question that has already been guaranteed. You are here on a mission to worship Allah, that's what your life is about.

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It doesn't like it doesn't ask can you worship Allah? Am I worth it or not? You will have been, you know, taken for a ride.

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You have to worship Allah and that's what you have to be busy with.

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Period. Literally, you need to shut that door completely.

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completely shut that don't never go down that route. And anyone you can can see anyone who's engaged in that. You know what people even the judgment of people has changed. Whatever people call confidence today. If you truly look at it with a with a good with a sound judgment. It's arrogance. It's arrogance. You have to be full of yourself for people to see your confidence.

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And that's when you mess with what we call Givens. Things that are already taken for granted when you start

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Quiet This is called sophistry sub sub sophistry.

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And you know, humans did sub sub is very well known experience and it's documented throughout the human history. In other people, they call them they call it Phil, some people call it philosophy and it's not philosophy it is called sub sub sophistry. What does that mean? That means somebody can argue with you. And they can actually make a very strong case.

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You are right in front of them, and they say, you don't exist. They can actually tell you I can prove to you that this doesn't exist.

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And you say what? I say yes. And they will teach you one step after the other end and argument that you will start to doubt whether this exists or not.

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And you know, a lot of people do it. A lot of people do it. There's people who now claim using quantum physics that you know, nothing exists but vibrations and things like that. And if you listen to them, you actually start doubting yourself. You start doubting your physical existence

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so what's what's the point here is that you should never asked questions that are meant not mentally asked many questions don't deserve an answer. away. They're a waste of time. Very distraction. Okay, so the disbelievers will always and alive for example, in Salta, not Allah says to the disbelievers on the Day of Judgment in America and a very old man and he barely moved from Medina. Glen, I will have no interview or theory, like I don't want him in for two more homes are free and head down cellcom decree, we're going to meet in hometown headquarters in New Jersey, and we just need to homily or maybe Masamoto. And no.

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There was a group, there was a group from the believers

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that used to make fun of us to laugh at them.

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They used to say, Oh Allah, forgive us have mercy on us, You are the Best of those who have mercy.

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You You made fun of them, you laughed at them.

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And in New Jersey, to Julio, maybe most of all, because of their patience, I have rewarded them. And normally for his own, they are the winners. They're the ones who made it to paradise. They are the ones.

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So it's really about who laughs at the end. It's really about who laughs at the end. Now, what does that mean? That means, as a believer, you're going to be laughed at. And you will find this knot. Well, the problem is that with schools now you'll find it often.

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Like our younger daughters, they will be laughed at because of the hijab.

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We need to teach our kids, we need to teach them that this is not a new thing, it's always been the case, they will gang upon you, they will make fun of you, they will pull your hijab

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but you need to be strong. You need to know that you are on the truth.

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What you are here to worship Allah subhanaw taala. People will laugh people will make you doubt yourself.

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They'll make you question yourself, and make you extremely uncomfortable. These are tactics from Japan. And you know at work, you can actually experience that people will bully you in many ways.

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So that's always been the case. It's always been the case.

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But what was with the believers, they remained truthful. And Allah said, You know what? Because they used to laugh at the believers and say, Oh, you are lost. And many pretty much, much of that is being sent to the Muslims today, right? Or you live the backward way of life. Or it terrorism. Right, terrorist backward. You know, you should be riding camels. Right? You're suffocating in this hijab in the sun. Why do you torture yourself? Why does Allah have to torture you? Things like that.

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You're laughed at.

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But that's the price of truth. These are some of the mCherry some of the hardships that surround paradise.

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sincere people never pay attention to that ridicule is very, very, very cheap tactic. extremely cheap tactic are very powerful.

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Very powerful. And you have a lot of Stand Up comedies are just like that.

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And it's very, very hard to see a comedian who really had a good impact on humanity.

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You'll find comedians talk about so many different things. Oh, that's profound. That makes a lot of sense. That's really good. Well, he's able to say truths, were unable to say right, and a lot of Muslim stand up comedians, in the past few years appearing and they're becoming more popular, more popular. Right. Oh, he's able to speak for Islam. They speak better than Imams, but to them. This is like this stand up comedy is better than the Friday hotbar right

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Don't be deluded by that immediate impact. Don't Don't be be a person of principle, you'll find a lot of these people, if they stay in this line of of work, what happens to them eventually, that they're just going to be

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people who will crack jokes, and will have no impact, or they themselves will actually start losing their religion because when you mix with people, with an audience, you become like them, whether you like it or not.

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You send your kids to a place where the place is corrupted.

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Don't complain when your kid has faith crisis, identity crisis, don't.

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One plus one equals two.

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If you think your life is just going to be full of miracles, then you're going to struggle a lot, and you won't be disappointed a lot.

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Okay, so again,

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this is what these are the tactics of the disbelievers. Allah says, Okay, let's look at the end of that. How far is this going to be? Now on the Day of Judgment, you will find the believers are the one who wants to rejoice. And Allah says you're not judges over people. Don't judge people. It's none of your business. You don't know what a person went through. You don't know what a person is going through the heart of a person. This is why Muslims should not be judges. Muslims can really vouch for the truth. They can defend the truth. And now unfortunately, like the online Muslim arena, platforms are plagued, plagued with toxicity with envy, jealousy, personal stuff. And yes, they

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would pick sometimes on valid points. But again, you can see, you know, the jealousy the hate, the Envy dominates the place and Allah doesn't put Baraka in this.

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Allah doesn't put bollock and this I think it was subpoena authority like him a lot. And he said, kinda Wyoming, either either. And Yakata hadith of Yellowbird Hadith

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can they attack them will add them Sheena, one of us before they entered into seeking Hadith if they wanted to start studying the science of Hadith and aerating the Hadith, the person would for 20 years, learn the at the, the, the character, the etiquettes, the proper principles of behavior, and of interstates as well of Islam.

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And this is just the Hadith not talking about the the very niche of speaking about people, recognizing who's a good Narrator who's not a good narrator, because that requires a lot of purity of the heart. But now, because social media is available, everyone is becoming one, the savior of this world, the savior of this ummah, and the solution to all the problems this ummah really is going through. And why because they don't understand what's going on. And they just have a very simple, childish theory. And they in their dreams, they come up with a very heroic plan that has no connection to reality, right, and they think I'm going to fix the world, all of this is wrong, and

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that is wrong. And this person is this and this person is that, and I will do this, and this is the truth.

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It's easy to speak from behind these platforms, very easy. And then when the person gets involved, it's very hard to retract and go back.

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So then, it's not enough what's coming at the OMA from outside, and then you get all of the divisions and all of the hate and the the collisions inside that are cancelling all of the efforts that are happening.

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Ask Allah subhanaw taala to protect this OMA and give it to that which is good, and help bring the hearts together upon the truth. So eventually the believers will be in Jannah they will be in bliss, again as the state we described, and they will laugh at the disbelievers. Does that sound unethical?

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When things are put where they belong,

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and you are happy about that, and you rejoice about that, that shows that you have a healthy ethical core.

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So laughing and being pleased with Allah settles all the accounts. That's a sign of faith.

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But laughing at the good things,

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and even laughing at the mistakes of others.

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Because you are making a decision on a story that has not, you know, unfolded completely. You're speaking about a story that you only know a glimpse about.

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And you only speaking about a fault in a person when you have to probably hundreds and 1000s of similar thoughts. There's a narration attributed to the Prophet SAW Selim, but most likely it's from one of the companions, where the Prophet Solomon said or not the Prophet semana.

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The companions said

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and sometimes it's attributed to hustle and bustle industrial mo Lazzara, one of a taboo in men, I Yamaha who made them been nagging me.

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Hector Italy Hello, whoever makes fun or shames his brother for a sin, and He would not die until Allah test him with this makes him fall in this.

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You're not in a position to judge

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you're not in a position to judge and I think one of the competitors as well said

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or whatever you have in life for God, he said

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Manado FAFSA or Nevada Isla fcba

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Whoever knows the reality of himself would look down upon himself not in this respect, but knowing how much flows that we have and that you need to work on. Okay.

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First of

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all, we can take one or two quick questions, please keep them on topic.

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Next week, inshallah we're going to deal with salt and pepper and might, you know, be able to go from solid to liquid, hopefully inshallah they're not very long.

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Any questions specifically on topic?

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Okay, shall we make it easy for me make dua for yourself, your family for all of us here today insha Allah and make dua for the Ummah and that Allah protects all of the Ummah and keep us upon the truth. And that Allah Subhana Allah mix is from the people of Jana. So Allah wa salam ala Sayidina Muhammad when Ernie he must have you remain

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