The Monumental Tafsir As Sa’di #25 Surah Al-Qiyamah

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And we'll just jump right into it sort of so piano is relatively small, smaller than the swords before and after yet even said your whole lot to Allah

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sort of

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elaborated on the commentary on his own Tafseer so hopefully we'll be able to manage it today before so let's start Alima Citadel Hema along with Johanna tuxedo so let's look at Yama where he am Akia arugula him in a shaytani R rajim Bismillah AR Rahman AR Rahim what we're seeing will be yo middle Qiyamah while oppo si muy bien fc will be Neff Scylla wham I guess I will in San Juan Nigeria Maha Ivana Bella kadhi Rena Harada and also we have banana bill you read will insert Holy f Jolla, Amana yes Allah urine a all multi Yama li sets la Hona Nafisa well as it were in nama OTB had a list after he was at Miami Bhima.

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When he gets a little Etn, Abraham Ali Amin, wala you stavropoulos Stifter, who we have in them to confront us Lemo Lu Atan realistics. Realistic, for the maximum will behave he had an older who will make some lie who will back through by the remote worker Yama, Nassim and kobori him from our call for him in Toluna, mobilehelp la, la him.

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Well, our oxygen will be okay, let's do the English here. Because in the English copy, if anyone is following the English PDF,

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some pages are missing from the PDF, copy. So what we are going to do, I'm just going to improvise give a brief sort of translation of that.

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So the first verse, Allah smuggler swears by the Day of Resurrection, your multi piano and piano, resurrection is the closest word to a piano by the way, resurrection.

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Because piano, y'all may have hormone nurse with element behind I mean, it's the standing the day of standing, when the dead brought back to life. So they stand they come back to life. And that's the meaning of resurrection in English. So it's closer to this.

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We're in so the there is something linguistic here, stylistic la OpenSim OBO multi AMA, literally, here, if we were to translate it, I do not swear by the Day of Resurrection. So instead of the here is saying that

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the negation here, which is law, I don't, rather than I swear, I don't swear, came here not in the sense of negation. It doesn't mean no, it actually here means it's a stylistic, you know, use of the word law. And it is for stiff to open the discussion, to open to start the topic with it's more like an opening. So it's stylistic. Somebody might say, why, like, Why use the opposite meaning of what you're trying to communicate? Well, language is not necessarily mathematical.

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Language is not necessarily mathematical, there's a lot of stylistic. There's a lot of subtle meanings and implications in it that can only be captured when things are not necessarily stated. straightforwardly, for example, in English, we, you know, you negate the negation and people understand it. Probably it's more like slang, but it's understood once you can find something similar in all languages, you say, for example, I didn't see no one. Right? I didn't see no one. Literally, that means you saw everyone. I didn't see no one right. But here works as an emphasis that I didn't see anyone at all. Right, stylistic. So the same thing here. Remember that halacha?

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Allah is saying Allah Subhana Allah brought this more to commence the surah with And subhanAllah the scholars of bernera They say that the change unexpected change in style draws attention draws attention. So that's probably one of the reasons why Allah entre started the Salah with this kind of negation.

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And often comes again, this kind of meaning of law, okay, no, doesn't mean here.

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Negative, okay, it comes with, you know, an oath or the act of swearing by something for emphasis here. Okay. So he says, Allah swears by the Day of Judgment, on the Day of Judgment, the oxymoron

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Your military yeah meaning that I swear by the day of judgment that the day of judgment is real, that the day of resurrection is real. This is what it means. Well, who are Alberto by the note which is the resurrection after death, life after death, and when people are brought forth from the graves, and then they're standing, and they're waiting for Allah to hold them accountable, all while auxin will be Nevsky lawanna We're here Jimmy Vaughn. fusina Yachty will Fabula so me at lawanna the catheter or doody ha hotel a Warmia were either me to booty her I know her let him in earlier, but he and her in Del Monte to Lumo Sahiba Allah Muhammad believe should move minute aloo masala Heba

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Hafeet dunya Hala masala Minho, Minter? friedlin I will succeed in the happy middle hook, I will have Latin vagina I banal examI Bill Jessa where Island Jessa verbena, Mr. Mr. hatin Jessa from mass Baraha inevitable ma Nadine you can be will be Oh mill piano

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and verily, I swear by the self reproaching soul, this refers to all souls both good and wicked. The soul is described as self approaching because it hesitates a great deal and reproaches itself, and it does not remain steady in any condition. And at the time of death, the soul begins to reproach the person for what he has done. Even the believers soul will reproach him for what he did in this world of being negligent and failed, falling short in some duties, or becoming heedless. The oath sworn by their acquittal to confirm that the acquittal will indeed take place is combined with mention of the one who will deserve acquittal on the Day of Resurrection. Then Allah tells us that

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despite this some stubborn people denied the Day of Resurrection.

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Then Allah tells us that despite this some stubborn people deny the Day of Resurrection, as he says, does man think that we will not re assemble his bones after death. This is like what Allah says elsewhere. He says who can give life to bones that have crumbled to dust in his ignorance and muddy man thinks it unlikely that Allah is able to recreate his bones, which are the framework that support his body. A law responds to him by saying, Indeed, we are able to perfectly restore his fingertips, that is the ends of his fingers and his bones which implies the recreation of all parts of the body. Because once the fingertips are there, then the physical creation of the body is

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complete. Man's denial of the power of Allah subhanaw taala is not due to any lack of evidence to that effect. Rather, he took this stance because his intention is to deny what lies ahead of him of the resurrection.

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Okay, some beautiful things in the introduction to the sola Subhanallah and beautiful lessons for us. So first, a confirmation of the Day of Resurrection,

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that it is inevitable and it is evident it is self evident. It doesn't need a proof. So there are things that are self evident that don't need a proof. And the demand of proof shows that the corruption or the problem is with the person and how they are approaching the the pointing question.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says there is no doubt about the Day of Resurrection. It's a fact it's a self evident fact and it's going to happen. And Allah says Willa auxin will be enough Silla Juana, the same style. I swear by the Day of Resurrection, Allah says, I swear by the blame blaming or reproaching self. What is this and if so, law one, many people have issues or

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Some sort of a misunderstanding of NF Silla one, because in the Quran three types of nefs were mentioned right? And NAFSA lawanna were initial multiple in

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where was the third one

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an absolute amount rubbish. So, yes, Nuff said. Amala me so, so the self that commands or invites to evil and the self that is most of my inner tranquil peaceful, obviously with ima and the third one is the reproaching of oh the blaming self.

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Some people think that the, these are three different selves in the lame Rahim Allah to Allah, he said and some people think that there are three different selves, he says this is incorrect, but these are three states of the self, the human self,

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it can experience those three states.

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One of them is initial motor in another is not my inner is a self that oppose a person who, who's you know, owner has taken care of it has cultivated it as Allah subhanaw taala says God if Allah Hammonds a cow and the person who works on Peschiera they purify their self, they work on the heart, they improve themselves, what happens? It reaches a stage of faith, very strong faith high level of Eman what happens with that level of Eman?

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Heart and the cell find tranquility and peace with that connection. Allah Subhan Allah says Allah Dena and know what Optima innovo Lobo home be decreed Allah, those who believe and those whose hearts find what peace tranquility, right? peace and tranquility serenity with Allah. So these people literally live with Allah Allah is a reality for them. Allah is an evident reality or them

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so they live in that reality and thus the heart finds this toma Nina, this is why initial motto in the peaceful, tranquil self. But if the person doesn't connect to Allah does not purify themselves, what happens to them.

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The self, we mentioned previously the self is what a collection of blind forces, desire Shaohua, right, a hubbub anger, aggression.

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If you leave these horses without leadership, leadership of the soul leadership of the heart without guidance, they're gonna they will unfold they will express themselves as animals. So he will transgress you will go overboard. These are blind forces, they need guidance, they need management, they need to be curved, they need to be channeled. So when when you neglect them, what happens? Your Self is just going to call you to desires and to evil because it's without guidance. This is an innocent amount of the soul, the self that entices the person towards evil, what is the lawanna every self is the one why because the nature of the heart is what

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keeps changing right switching flips from one state to the other. In nema sumio Kalibo, urban Lita, a lubi, he right, the heart was called column y comes from the Arabic root CA la bas calibre means what to turn over.

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So I turn this over caliber who that's it. So the heart keeps turning over.

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You find yourself one moment happy, or the moment said,

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you find yourself hopeful you find then all of a sudden you lose all hope you keep Vic we call it today what you know don't be stuck with words we call the word mood swings.

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And that's the problem when we use modern words. We don't make the connection to what the Quran tells us or to what Islam teaches us. We call these you know, mood swings, as if Islam has nothing to do with that. But we already know that from Islam, this is the nature of the heart. It keeps swinging from one state to the other. It keeps flipping turning over. That's what we call mood swings. Alright, so And by the way, modern terminology takes us away from our tradition.

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It keeps us blind to our tradition, so we don't have a reference to it. So we can't relate what Islam teaches us to our daily life. So Islam remains a some kind of theory that yeah, we can read about we can talk about what we can't relate to. That's the problem with this kind of, you know, chasm between what we know what we really

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to psychologically

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versus what we have in our tradition.

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So even Muslims started develop the impression thinking, oh, you know, people in the past didn't know much about psychology. People in the past, they were negligent of these things, right? It's only modernity, modern science and modern civilization that figured out all of these secrets now, but a huge dam, a wall was erected between us and our tradition, we can't relate to it, we read the words, we don't understand them. We can't relate to them. So again, in a sense, we have been kidnapped, we've been hijacked away from our tradition, so we can't relate to it. So we can't defend it. We can't live by it. We can't benefit from it. We have to be followers of the pioneers of modern

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sciences, we have to be at the end of this caravan of knowledge and science. And we have to be, we have to copy it. We don't realize the potential that is actually there. But what in our hands, it's dead. We can't really unpack it. We can't relate to it. Okay, so this is an so these, as Amanda said, these are three states of a nest, you could actually experience all of them. What is the next one? When you do evil? You feel regret, right? Why did I do that? I wish I didn't do it. How can I fix my How can I fix my relationship with Allah? That's the one. And it also blames you on the other side, you might do good.

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In a moment of faith, your Eman just you know rises and you do something good. But then the following day, you know, Eman has subsided, then you look at yourself and said, Did I do that? Like you gave sadaqa then you say to yourself,

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I probably just pay the little too much. Maybe I should have kept some for myself? Yes, that Shavon encroached on you. And now you stop blaming yourself for good and for evil works both ways. So this is another similar one. So why does Allah use the same phrase or the same structure? The same Obioma piano looks similar enough similar one,

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because both of them are evident facts. You experience this the mood swings, this change in attitude. You experienced that and No one denies it. No one challenges this. yarmulke Yama is as evident if not even more than these mood swings that you experience only a few. Open your heart and your mind. And he's going to address this now. So he says a sample in Santa Elena Juma is about internal Allah Najma I Varma this man thing Do humans think that we will not bring back their bones bring them back together?

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Bella Katerina, Allah and NASA we have done

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what says no, we are capable of not even bringing his bones back together and his old body back together. But we are able even to redesign and recreate his fingertips.

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His fingerprints we are able to bring them exactly as the way they were the same atoms, the same structure, the same shape the same everything. They're going to come back, the same atoms will come back the same same electrons in the atoms will come back themselves. Not a replica of them, not a copy of them. The same thing will come back we'll bring it back in another Alika and Allah here See, this is easy for Allah. But again, the problem is that humans do what humans compare a lot to themselves.

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So that's why humans find it difficult but again, they don't this is not a it's not an innocent position. And here it's been said that Camelot Allah intelligently points this out because he says something here.

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Commenting on this bill, you read all Insano li F joola Annamma when you read it internally of July, Mama

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Yeah, so he's saying that man is actually transgressing for jewel here is transgressing, transgressing, you know without shame, for jewel has to do with lack of

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lack of shyness, lack of decency. That's what Fujio is, and the despicable act of

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human act of evil is called football. This is why any kind of inappropriate sexual sexual behavior is called what food you're

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fragile. Even if it's worse, even if it's verbal. It's called voodoo or why because it signifies lack of decency, lack of shyness that is inherent and natural to humans. Alright, so why what is transgression here? This vulgar disgusting troll

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Question What is it? He's saying that

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humans denial of the resurrection it's not because there is lack of evidence it's not because this requires any kind of proof but

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we're in nama workaholic I mean who then Acosta who was that who and you can dip

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this confusion and this denial comes from an intention

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an intention

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premeditated intention to reject and deny.

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So, actually our State of Belief is not so objective, it is influenced by what but what we call preconceived notions ulterior motives, hidden agenda.

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This is the phenomenon that again, let me use a modern terminology this is just to show you how stuck we are in modern terminology and how disconnected we are from our rich tradition. This is called

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what is called

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motivated reasoning

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motivated reasoning

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okay, this phenomenon is documented in the social sciences, what is motivated reasoning, you already have take a stance emotionally intuitively or under any kind of bias or influence, you already make your mind up, then you rationalize it in your mind, you construct a logical case to support it, and then you think that you are making a logical conclusion this is what right they call it motivated reasoning.

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So, you actually human this human reason is not infallible. Human reason is not absolute, it is subject to so much influence a lot of hidden influences, cultural background,

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preferences, right. Feelings, you know, even if you win, when you actually study for example, marketing, you will find

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that they have studied

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the behaviors of shoppers, people who, as they shop, they actually figured out that if you put certain scents and smells, the percentage of sales increases.

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And there is certain type of background music as well, that affects sales in retail, retail shops, stores.

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And this is very well documented. And when you ask someone, why did you buy this, oh, I need it.

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Or I like it. You know, sometimes it's the influence. And some oftentimes, it's an unconscious influence. So it's important to understand this kind of bias, but he's saying the rejection man's rejection of the date of belief and the day of judgment is not is not reasonable at all. There is no logical reason behind it. The only thing there is already

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you know, a preconceived notion, a stance that is adopted already. And then now the rationalization starts.

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I think, you know, I don't know what is when it's someone to police these guys.

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Yeah, someone went crazy.

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Then Allah tells us of what will happen on the Day of Resurrection. So when the eyes stare fixedly, that is when the resurrection comes the eyes will stare fixedly in great horror without blinking. This is like the passage in in which Allah subhanaw taala says he is only giving them respite until a day when when the eyes will stare fixedly in horror. They will rush headlong heads raised eyes on blinking and hearts void, and the moon loses its light, that is its light and his dominance disappear. And the sun and moon are brought together, although they have never been brought together since Allah created them. Allah subhanaw taala will bring them together on the Day of Resurrection,

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and the moon will lose its light and the sun will cease to shine. Then they will be thrown into the fire so that people will see that they are object. They are subject to Allah's dominion, and so that those who used to worship them will see that they were wrong. On that day man will say when when he sees that great upheaval, where shall I flee? That is where can I run to an escape from what has befallen us. Now there is no refuge, that is there is no place for anyone to turn to except to Allah. On that day, the final destination will be with your Lord. For all people, no one will be able to hide himself or flee from that place. Rather, each one will inevitably be stopped so that

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they may be recorded for his deeds. Hence, Allah says on that day man will be informed of what he sent on ahead and left behind. That is all his deeds, both good and bad from the beginning of his life until the end, and he will be informed about something that he cannot deny.

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Indeed, man is well aware of what he is doing. That is He is witness to it and knows the consequences there of even though he may offer his excuses to justify his deeds, those excuses will not be accepted when a person is confronted with his deeds and will admit them. This is like the verse in which Allah subhanaw taala says, it will be said to him, read your own record record sufficient is your own soul as a reckoner against you this day, even even if he does deny or give any given excuse for what he did. His denial and excuse will not benefit him in the slightest for his own hearing and vision and all his faculties will testify against him and tell of what he used

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to do. The time for rebuke will be over and it will be of no benefit. On that day, no excuse will benefit those who did wrong, nor will they be allowed to make amends.

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Okay, so in this pot, Allah subhanaw taala gives a description, a scene into the Day of Judgment, that either vehicle bustle again when the eyes are wide open, and they never even blink. So again, imagine just you know, the scene, the this the what happens on the Day of Judgment, keeps the eyes wide open that the person doesn't even blink. And we are talking about a day, whose length is 50,000 years. The eyes No, I will blink. Why? Because it just can't blink because it's completely taken by what is happening by the powerful scene. And you know, when Allah gives us this description is not for us to see it as a remote reality. You're going to witness that with your own eyes, your person,

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you will personally witness this you will live that time. It's not for some other creatures. It's not

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For some other Native nations, all of us will stand on that day, and the eyes will be wide open and you won't be able to blink Not even once. And the reason is what

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what is happening you can't just blink, the fear

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the anguish, the disturbance, the the bafflement, you can't even blink.

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This is for either barrier calabasa

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or husafell, comma or Shamsul wall, the moon will lose its light, and it will be combined with the sun that will be thrown in the hellfire. So you know what you are used to, you know, we actually find some kind of

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we find some peace when we don't when the sun rises. With this sunset, we even associate romantic moments with sunset for example, when the moon when the full moon is there, it's such a scene to behold right? It's beautiful, there is something so beautiful about that. Okay, this kind of familiarity and this kind of conflict that you find that you experienced with these natural phenomena that's going to be thrown in the fire. So you know, everything you gives you comfort is going to be taken away. Everything you got attached to you became accustomed to is going to change so that you have nothing to stand on. The only thing that you can the only firm thing you can stand

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on is the faith belief in Allah if you had truth about Allah, you embraced it, it will never change. And this will be a lot of what will what are the strongest standard All right. You're all in the whole incident we all met even in Al Mossad. Allah this is scary. On that day, man would say where is the escape? How can I get out of here? You know when you get stuck in a situation and you wish you just vanish you wish you were never created? You wish your mother never gave birth to you? Right?

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It's even worse than that. You can't you wish you can get out of that but there is no escape. That's it You are in the game you can't you can't quit you can't quit and now you can't even go back and fix things your mind just the feeling of being stuck like that you know is so painful that it might not even be sufficient for those who didn't believe in Allah subhanaw taala

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you will insert or you're in a in a coma for you know what's the buffer is just like how can I get out of here my father is again there is escape there is a sense of Rush there's a sense of rush I need to get this like imagine there's a house burning and you need to get to the closest nearest exit jump out of the window. Because you're uneven you know and build the second really makes a difference. That's your all that's running away that's in my fault. Your pool in Sonoma isn't my fault. This is where Allah Subhan Allah says the amount of regret that the person who has disbelieved will have is beyond description. Allah says Yom yom, Yom Yom Yom Bora will not oh my god

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dammit yada wire who will care if you're late any contour robber?

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This believer will look at what they have brought forth. But they have committed and they will say I wish I were just dust. I wish I was dead. Just did nothing.

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And we mentioned the Hadith I believe you mentioned the Hadith where the prophets of salaam said your bill mo to multi Jana

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death will be personified on the day of judgment as a huge RAM

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for your qualia allergen at Arizona how other people have Jenna they'll be called Do you know this? Ilona malts? Yes we've tasted this def we know it we recognize it yeah Helen knob daddy foreigner how that

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looked? Yes, we know it it's death we've tasted that.

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People of paradise they don't want death anymore. People have the Hellfire they wish for death right

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all of us have

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been Elgin 91 Now it is slaughtered death by Alia little Jannetty on while I'm out. Oh yeah Helena

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people of Jana life no death. Imagine you live. You don't feel death. There's no end for that. There is no end for the beauty for the blessings for the pleasure of Allah. There's no end. That's it.

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Now hopefully la him. Whatever he has no, there's no fear upon you. It's not going to go into come to an end. There will there is no

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Moreover, there's no expiry date this goes forever. Forever You can't even imagine forever. You're going to enjoy that forever. No responsibility, no obligations, no blame, no negativity, nothing not even bad words.

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People of the Hellfire qualifiers do wanna Canada people of the Hellfire they will increase in their pain and sense of torture

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what oh yeah man equally cool. They have a new book called in a comeback if people have the Hellfire will call upon the guardian of the Hellfire the angel. Yeah, Malik. His name is Malik. Do we have any Malik here?

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Yeah, Malik the airflow Halligan out of book. Let your Lord destroy us just kill us causes us to die. Paula in Accomack. If one says, You shall stay you will live to taste that death.

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Your oral insulin or your made an Iron Man would say humans would say where is the way out of this? It's nowhere in our back AOMEI then the return is to your Lord, no escape. You have one direction you can go in that's it. Where is it leading to Allah. The believers the believers said either cannot do more Allah Karim Fela Harmon of Allah ammonia do you do them all at home? If you are coming to the most generous then there is no stress stress is going to go

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in Arabic or Raja for the believers this is the sweetest word ever in in Arabic Abuja. The return is to your Lord. That's the beautiful, most beautiful thing for a believer just go back to Allah. What's better than that? For the disbeliever in a lot of because Raja meaning what structure hellfire and you will not make it to your Lord.

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Killer in Muhammad Allah bohemian in the module born

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they will be screened from Allah they will be partitioned, they cannot see Allah they cannot deal with Allah they cannot talk to Allah. They are kept away from Allah subhanho wa taala.

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You know, you know the people of paradise the Prophet SAW Selim says, you will have more on a test be happier natural hormone and nervous people in paradise. You know they do to speak the remember Allah. Just as you breathe as naturally and intuitively as you breathe.

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It's not like an obligation. It's not like something you need to do. No, they find so much refreshment and it so much beauty that they don't want to leave it not even for a second.

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People of the Hellfire can't remember Allah. They can't mention Allah.

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Why Kela inhome Adela, Vimeo Maven, the Matthew Bourne. They are kept away from the Lord torture. The most painful thing for them is that they are kept away from Allah. It's more painful than the Hellfire itself and the blazing fire itself. Somebody says, you know, Hellfire is very harsh, painful punishment. You know what you're thinking too much about the body, their hearts and their souls are in more pain because they have been denied access to Allah. That's the biggest pain that they will experience.

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Someone says I can't relate to that. Okay, that might be very, very bad sign. Very, very bad sign.

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Because that's what a live heart really fears the most that it would be kept away from Allah, you know, some of the righteous people in the past some of tabbing automatic debit and he said

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I keep making dua to Allah subhanaw taala that there would be opportunity for the cup and Salah engine

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please Allah don't deprive the privacy of that

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morning in Omaha Ron, I believe it's the shape of women.

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North abital Banana cheerfully of Imam Malik he said Allahumma in Quinta, Atlanta, and then a Salah to fill a cup of Albania. Is it the Allah if you ever gave a human being the ability to pray in the grave like after death? Please give it to me.

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See, where are you? What are these people think you go?

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What are these people thinking of? Like this sweetness they find in Salah, the sweetness the vine in remembering Allah enacting to him mentioning his name experiencing His connection

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for them please Allah don't let death separate us from that even in the grave even in paradise.

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These are the people who deserve paradise.

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Okay, so you know, in Arabic a oma in moussaka Yuna bubble in Sonoma even be mad but damn

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it look Subhanallah short shorter sortal pm are probably going to take us to two days so I'm not gonna rush. You're not babbling

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I know you all may then be mapping them out.

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So men humans, now will

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be reunited, they will be informed of what they used to do

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your actions. And we mentioned that we emphasize that many times your actions, the majority of them are actions of the heart, actions of the heart. What are the actions of the heart?

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automatically when we think about actions, we think about external actions. And we think we're thinking about the external manifestations of our actions. And that's a problem.

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He said, scholars have clarified and emphasized that when the early generations the companions that have been, when they talk about a mal actions, they are primarily talking about actions of the heart, and external actions follow from this, they are an off shoot of your actions of the heart.

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That's the right way to look at these things.

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You're in a bubble inside and we all might even be market demo. All of your actions from the time you have hit puberty. Okay? Now they talk call them children.

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They call them children, teenagers, Dean's, they're not adults. Now in Islam, when you reach puberty, you are a fully responsible human being. You are morally accountable before Allah subhanaw taala.

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So whatever you did, even the day you you hit puberty. That's when your actions start counting, especially the actions of the heart said, what are the actions of the heart? Good actions of the heart. Let's do some kind of revision. Give me some answers, good actions of the heart, obedience, acts of obedience that are performed in the heart. What are they?

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What's the biggest the ultimate in Islam? Action of the heart? What is it

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that sincerity is an offshoot of that one.

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Al muhabba

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Love of Allah.

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A love of Allah. Look at Surah Al Baqarah. Allah Subhana Allah says, when he talks about Schoodic shook in worship, associating partners worshiping partners besides Allah. Allah Subhana Allah says Wamena nurse he may get tough with him in doing Allah He and dad and some people take besides Allah rivals,

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meaning gods to worship Wamena Nassima yatta yatta Domingo nila, he and Dadon you buena home Kabila they love them as they love Allah or the meaning is they love them as they are meant to love Allah.

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The scholars will many scholars of the scholars will commented on this they said that means worship. The essence of worship is love of Allah. So that's one of the actions of the heart the main action in the heart is love of Allah subhanaw taala This is why Allah Subhana Allah He said, Yeah, you only the NAM and only your third them in come and Dini for Sophia dilla will be a woman in boom when your head bone. Or you who believe if you turn back on your heels, and you don't support or uphold Islam.

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Allah is going to replace you He will bring another people or another group in your stead. He loves them. They love him. That's the main characteristic about them.

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He loves them, they love him. That's the main thing. So that's the main action in the heart is love of Allah, what enters people into the Jannah most is love of Allah. And when you say La Ilaha illa Allah this is what it really means in essence,

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people and try to understand it technically La ilaha illa. Allah means Allah is your ultimate love, that you will live your life in Love of Allah, and everything in your life is a translation of this state of love. That's what La ilaha illallah means, including that you fear him. You feel his punishment. You fear being pushed away from him being denied access them and connection to him. That's where fear comes in Islam by the way,

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this is where it comes from.

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So these are love and fear the love number one number two fear are the greatest actions of the heart.

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And then what give me more good actions of the heart.

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Gratitude Yes, chakra, chakra one of the greatest acts of worship gratitude in the heart. Not thank you as a word that follows from the state of shakur saying thank you saying Al Hamdulillah it follows from that

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But if someone says it hamdulillah and there is nothing in their heart, it doesn't register. It's an it's a dead action. It's a dead word. Right? What else?

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Yeah, a sense of guilt after doing evil. Yes, definitely. That's one of the actions of the heart is what Tober starts Tober starts with this kind of, in a sense of regret. done something wrong. People think Toba or stuff that Allah to bully, then they still in the back of their mind, they're planning how to get back to that next week. That's not Toba. That's not Tober Tober starts in the heart. This is why some of the companions not allowed on said another move. Tober I think was Abdullah basketball, the Allahu Anhu and nadamoo Toba regret is Tober.

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Okay, what else? Sisters what's going on?

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Torquil reliance, trust and Allah is an action is an action. And just like many actions, external actions, to what pooled trust in Allah requires what conditioning? Training?

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Yes, training, you go to the spiritual gym every day.

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If Allah again if your faith in Allah, if Allah again, Allah has power and might, and Allah has ultimate control over the creation is a fact that compelling factor in your life, you will have no problem. No issue, having trust in him right? And relying on him. But when this is just an idea, a remote idea, you acknowledge it is called his deal. And the arbiter you acknowledge that, but it's not a compelling truth in your life. Then you get Can you start, you know, asking the question, How can I have to work with and Allah?

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See where the question comes from? It's just like someone who doesn't go to the gym. They don't condition their body. They don't, you know, jog or run everyday, they don't exercise, then they say, How can I run a marathon?

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So they will say for example, tomorrow there is or next week, there is a charity, a marathon for charity. I want to run that marathon. How can I do that?

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You know what, I'd recommend you sign up for next year's marathon and spend this year conditioning your body, right? That's the reasonable answer. Same thing when someone says how can I love Allah? If Allah is just an idea for you, that you acknowledge, then how are you going to experience his love? Are you going to trust Allah? If you don't condition your heart? How do you condition your heart?

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What is that spiritual gym? Literally, that builds the muscle of faith? What is it?

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Do you think I'm going to come up with something new? Do you think profit does not tell us that?

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person definitely told us that.

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vicar you mentioned Allah. You remember Allah you knew c'est la ilaha illallah wa No, no Shetty killer. I wouldn't really call him to Allah collision Cody are 100 times every morning. For example, this from the Prophet SAW Selim, you say that and you will live in the meaning. La ilaha illa Allah where they will actually kill, but my ultimate love is for Allah.

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I live my life for Allah. What I want from my life is to make it to Allah. That's when you say that Allah experienced that. Feel the

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the longing, the longing to Allah, feel it as you say that with every every time you say it, feel it, the longing to Allah, it's natural in you. You say oh, don't feel it, keep trying. It's just like, again, you're trying to, for example, do some bicep bicep straining.

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You pick up the 30 pounds and you say I can't do it.

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Of course she can't do it because you're not conditioned. So what do you need to do? Go for a lesser weight and start you'll you'll struggle with probably 10 or 15 pounds right? You probably do it once a second is a little too much third hardly do it.

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Now you're progressing, keep trying it that

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keep trying. Then you're going to upgrade to what 25 pounds 30 pounds 40 pounds 50 pounds, probably 60 pounds. And then you will find that you've gained so much short so much strength and when you pull up a weight you can actually perform the workout properly and correctly. Same thing you can't do it overnight.

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It's a doorman muscle. So he said oh I can't feel it. Of course you can't feel it because it's gonna take time. So if you want to throw it he said

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Jaha tune FC Allah pm Elena Shireen Amash

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It stemmed out to BHP and he said I struggled and pushed myself to do pmla For 20 years 20 years and then the subsequent 20 years I enjoyed it.

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We probably have given up on it you know, a long time ago right from day two or three. Same thing. One of the seller forgot one of the tablet in he said, Allah He in the US allah how she and Manish Rena Harmon wa pani, he,

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one maphack to amonkar. I'm asking Allah for something for 20 years, he hasn't given it to me and have never given up hope.

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We ask Allah for a couple of times and say Allah doesn't respond.

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Where's the problem

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with our expectations? Okay, so we'll stop here in sha Allah. And we will continue next week. By the way, next week, we're going to start seven kisses Muhammad, as sorry democratic time. So we're going to start seven next Friday, seven o'clock 7pm. You're going to start 7pm And sha Allah to Allah so see you be Nila. Next Friday at 7pm JazakAllah. Pheromones Lhasa Messina Muhammad Ali Ali was I'll be at my sister's. If y'all can start making your way to the other side just

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because mother is in about a minute and a half the other