The Monumental Tafsir As Sa’di #26 Surah Al-Qiyamah

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The speakers discuss preserving the Quran's meaning and learning it for the sake of teaching others. They stress the need for people to be aware of the truth and avoid confusion, and the importance of faith in Islam. They also address the potential impact of the new tax legislation on their business and express gratitude for their continued interest.

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Loma Linda main photo and found her to be mad at him tonight was not an indica interlogix mood Hakeem.

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So, last week, we started with a little piano and Subhanallah it took a bit of

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time and again because sort of gamma is mashallah is rich with profound meanings. And it's really it's a first it's a very poetic surah. And if you have a fever recital, you know, checks or little piano, you will find it's one of their best sort of the AMA Subhanallah it has a different rhyme to it, it has a different taste to it. And the words are so beautiful, the verses are short, and you know, shorter verses had deeper Subhanallah longer verses are more technical, and they speak about detail, shorter verses and this is where the Quran will make key right the solos that were revealed before hijra, the majority of them majority of verses are actually short.

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Very short. Why? Because they are very powerful they are about our data, they are reminders Marilla they are reminders to awaken the heart, to get the people to think and ponder to take things seriously. And that shows Subhanallah the beautiful

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match between the meanings and the style.

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The meanings and the style, not only the words, but even

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not only the words and their meanings, but also the style, the choice of words, the length of sentences, the rhyming, all of that is extremely powerful.

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I think we reached the point where

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built in Santa last pantalla says but in Santa infc Heba. See Allah? Well, Elka de la indeed man is a watcher over himself is a witness over himself or herself, even if they were to bring about their excuses. Again, because excuses are not, for the most part are not reasons. They are just used to try to wave blame, right? But the reality is that this doesn't work with Allah subhanho wa taala. That these excuses will not hold water on that day, and they will be eventually people will be a witness against themselves and the law Spangler says that the earth will witness upon the person so whether you do righteousness the earth will speak for you. You pray raka to okay the earth will

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speak for you.

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And also your limbs will speak for you.

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Your moustache had already him elsina To homo ad hemo Abdullah

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your tongue will speak.

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as a separate entity will speak against you will tell on you,

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your arms, your feet, your limbs, everything will be witness against you.

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Again for this sense, so there is no way that the last month Allah says

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that the disbelievers will swear to Allah Spinoza

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right write, but it will be they will like they will make also Allah Allah here we have not done this will lay we have not done that. But Allah says Allah we are in the home looking at the moon,

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your way of life of Mala who for actually for now if I actually found out a whole camera usually phone Allah calm we are suborn Anoma and actually when Allah resurrects them, and they swear to him,

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the swear that will lie we haven't done that by Allah we haven't done this and they think that they have something substantial that they can get away with it. But you know what? Nothing holds.

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Ground with Allah except what is true. Okay, let's continue with the next set of verses and Imam Saudis commentary on it. Polycom Sadio homolog Tada by Allah. Are all the bIllahi min ash shaytani R Rajim led to Hedrick B Haley, Santa Clarita. Jalebi in Alina Gemma who were

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When Jabril brought the revelation to him and began to recite it to him the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would hasten to recite it out of eagerness before Gibreel had finished, finished reciting, and would recite it along with him. But Allah told him not to do that and said, Do not hasten to repeat the newly revealed verses of the Quran before it's a revelation to you is completed. And here Allah says, Do not move your tongue or prophet in haste to repeat and memorize this revelation, then he guaranteed that he would inevitably enable him to memorize it and recite it and that Allah would enable him to learn it by heart. As he said, Verily, it is incumbent upon us to

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enable you to memorize it and enable you to recite it. The reason for the eagerness in your heart is your concern that you may miss it or forget it, but if Allah guarantees it for you, then there is no need for that. So when we recited through Jibreel, follow its recitation attentively. Then, when Gibreel has completed the recitation of what Allah has revealed to you follow what he recites this, then it is incumbent upon us to make its meanings clear, that is to explain its meanings. Thus, Allah promised him that he would preserve its wording and preserve its meanings, and this is the highest level of preservation. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam compiled, complied with

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the etiquette enjoined by his Lord, when Gibreel recited the Quran to him after that he would listen attentively. Then, when he had finished, he would recite it. This verse Hi, this verse highlights the etiquette of receiving knowledge. The learner should not hasten to ask questions before the teacher has finished explaining the issue that he has started discussing. Then when he has finished the learner may ask about anything he did not understand. Similarly, if there is something at the beginning that needs to be questioned or approved, one should not hasten to either question it or accept it until the speaker has finished speaking so that it may become clear what his words contain

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of truth or falsehood. And so that the listener may understand it in such a way that can he can comment on it. This verse also highlights the fact that just as the prophets of Laurie was salam explained to his ummah, how to recite the words of the Quran, He also explained its meanings to them.

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Okay, short commentary on this, it shows the keenness of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to learn the Quran and teach it and you know, learn it for the sake of conveying it to the people. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam was very, very concerned, was very dedicated to his mission as the messenger to carry the message and convey the message. So he was concerned that he might forget. So when rich Gibreel Ali salaam was relating the Quran reciting the Quran upon the Prophet salallahu alayhi salam, the prophets I send them would they would repeat, you know, in a silently would repeat with move his tongue with the words in order to revise immediately. Allah subhanaw taala said don't

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do that we will present the Quran. This takes me to the second point.

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The preservation of the Quran many people think that the verse well las Panatela says in Nana Zina decode in Allahu Allah halfway along that we revealed the remembrance the Quran, and we are going to preserve it. People think the preservation is limited to the words

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like no letter is going to change. No word is going to change. No expression will change. That's

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True but that's an incomplete meaning because the vicar, Allah says in nananana Zina avec la vicar is the Quran. That vicar is a reminder. It awakens, right it's awakened the awakens the football, and it feeds the football. So, when Allah says I've preserved a vicar, that means a vicar, any type of reminder, it's the words and the meanings. So the words are preserved, and the meanings are preserved. So some people think it's only the words that are present, so they can play around with the meanings. Now, the Quran is fully understood by the companions of the Allah one, by the tab in is documented in the Deaf seal. And then we have sciences around the Quran and around the Tafseer.

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That guarantee you, when you engage with the Quran, and you follow these guidelines, and these principles, you don't go wrong. But if you are not educated, you don't have the foundations, you don't have the principles, and then you start rationalizing based on what you learned in school, or what you read in certain books in any kind of science, or any kind of field of expertise. And you think you can make sense now when you can come up with new tafsir of the Quran, then you're just literally fooling yourself.

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And for those who know the Quran, a person who does that kind of, you know, engagement with the Quran makes a fool of himself is so obvious. And this is why sometimes you will find people trying to question things from Islam now. Why? Because these people hardly speak Arabic, even though they were born into an Arabic nation or country, but they don't have a good level of education in the Arabic language or a good understanding of the Arabic language.

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They just can speak their, you know, their local, you know,

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version of the language.

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Or they have, again, learned learned Arabic later on. And they think with this shallow understanding of the language, they can now interpret the Quran. They don't realize there are things that are so obvious in the Quran and they can't even see them. They literally can't even see them. Like people would say you'll find some some individuals popping up every now and then by the way, it's not just recent that would say, you know, there is no obligation of hijab for women in the Quran, you don't find it

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stated clearly in the Quran, so obvious, but what they want the Quran to speak in the same way the English language expresses ideas.

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So, and you know, there is a statement, although it's an exaggeration, but it's helpful. Some people say, you know, perception is projection.

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Now, when you project your thoughts, your ideas, your bias on someone or on something, and we turn down the

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keeps flaring up.

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what was it?

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Yeah, not so projection, right. So a great part of perception is actually projection. So many times people reflect their own lack of understanding. They're confused ideas or their bias, when they make a judgement about something. And that's what happens. Now slim IQ scholarship is very deep, and it's really most, most Muslims don't appreciate it. Most people have not even dipped their toe in it. Literally even people who spent years studying. It's extremely deep, very thorough, very systematic, very, very systematic. But the problem is as novices we try to give our early impressions, so much weight

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Subhanallah so the Quran is preserved, Allah spent Allah preserved it not only in words, but in meanings and guidance. So what does that mean Islam is preserved itself. Islam itself is preserved. Some scholars took from the verses where Allah Subhana Allah says that he will protect and preserve the Quran

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and that this means the words and the meanings and the teachings. This includes the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Why? Because the Sunnah is the explanation of the Quran. He can't understand the Quran without the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu and himself.

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You have to understand the Quran through the Sunnah because the Sunnah is the explanation. Allah says to Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem

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To begin a nasty man who's delay him

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so that we sent you on Muhammad so that you explain to people clarify to people what was sent to them what was sent to the people.

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The Quran was sent to them. So the prophets Allah explained it in his personal conduct his words, his actions, and his whole lifestyle was an explanation of the Quran

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Okay, let's move on to the next segment

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that is what has made you negligent and caused you to turn away from the admonition and remote reminder of Allah is the fact that you love this present life and are striving for worldly gains, pleasures and desires and you are giving it precedence over the hereafter. So you are failing to strive for the hereafter, because the delights and pleasures of this world are immediate, and man is fond of that which is immediate, whereas the eternal bliss of the Hereafter is deferred. It is for this reason that you are negligent about the hereafter, and you ignore it as if you are not created for it. And as if this worldly Rome were the eternal realm, for the sake of which you are spending

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your precious lives and striving for it night and day. Thus, facts are turned upside down, which results in loss. If you gave precedents to the hereafter over this world, and looked at the consequences of things with insight and wisdom, you would have prospered and made gains with no loss. And you would have triumphed in a way that is an untainted by misery. This is a beautiful commentary from a Saturday a long time, honestly. And the verse is very powerful. So Allah mentioned what these people did disbelievers do.

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believe in several other NFC HIPAA, so you're welcome, the euro. And before that, can man is the witness over himself, even if he presents excuses, and before that in this order, Allah says

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yes, I will. Insano Allah Najma IBAMA, this man or humans think that they will not bring their bones back together.

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And Bill you read will insert odf Jura Annamma. Yes, Allah. Yeah. And I almost the AMA, humans are asking, when is the when is the Day of Judgment? They're asking in denial. This is so Earl in car and carry bellava. They call this to loan inquiry a question but it's not asking for information. It's a question that is done in denial. It's allegorical.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says the reason people don't believe the reason people commit sins is one thing can build.

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So all of these arguments against the truth, all of them

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none of them in reality has logical foundations. They come from something deeper,

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something within the sort of deeper What is it love of this domain?

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Better to have more energy that whatever your own boss is not. You actually love this dunya that's the reality of the situation. It's not the arguments that you are presenting. It's not the issues that you are discussing. It's none of these things on the surface. All of it boils down to one thing can learn to hipbone and that's the biggest disease

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You love this worldly life. This immediate life. You are fond of it you are attached to it killable to buena Raja, but not on an Acura and you leave the Asherah the life beyond the next life. Why? Because man is fond of what is immediate.

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Humans are fond of what is immediate that's the biggest weakness. Now, this tendency if you surrender to it, it

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what does it do? It confuses you. It distorts your thinking your logic, distorts your decisions, everything.

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And this is what is called in Islam a half

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blind you love of this dunya blinds you blinds you to the truths that are clear. This is why sometimes people Eman is not cognitive.

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Keep this in mind a man is not cognitive is a man have no idea as you read in a book that you know them. Okay, fine. I just learned them. That's not the man this is called the

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or enemy. This is called the enemy. You've learned. If you accept them and acknowledge these truths, this is called as the acceptance you've accepted them as truth. Eman is beyond this. Amen is when this these truths sink into your heart shape. The dynamics of your heart shape the dynamics of your heart, you start to see the world through this truth. And it informs and empowers your choices, your actions. Now that's a man

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that is

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but you could have the knowledge, but it doesn't have an impact on you. Right? Why this is a muffler? Where does it come from? Comes from love of this dunya honestly every complaint or every question people have about how can I improve my email? How can I fix my salah? How can how can I stay? You know, consistent with my salah? How can I stay away from sins?

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All of these questions regardless of their shapes, or regardless of the words that are used in them, they boil down to one thing love of this dunya your heart either loves Allah or loves the dunya the heart is a device for love. The heart is a device for love and the love of Allah. This is what Allah created the heart. Essentially, the heart is a device for love and direction.

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Love and purpose direction, that's what the heart is for. If it's not occupied with Allah subhanaw taala with the love of Allah and seeking of Allah, the pursuit of Allah subhanaw taala then in and you find difficulty bringing that into your life or strengthening that into your life. Why that is because many parts of your heart are preoccupied with the love of other than Allah and the pursuit of other than Allah. There's no way to create euphemism about it.

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It's not about you setting the alarm to wake up for Fudger honestly,

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this might be a helpful tool, but only when you're ready

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only when your heart is in the right place.

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Okay, so that's a beautiful explanation here how humans are attached to this worldly life because it's immediate and they lose sight of the Hereafter just because it is delayed. It is not immediate. And this causes the muffler and this is at the bottom of all of their rationalizations. So this is why all these sophisticated arguments by the way are literally a bluff.

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That's the reality of them.

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Then Allah mentions that which prompts one to give precedence to the hereafter by explaining the various states in which people will find themselves. He says concerning the reward of those who gave precedents to the hereafter over this world, on that day, some faces will be radiant, that is, they will be beautiful, beaming brightly and filled with light because of the joy and delight in their hearts and souls, gazing upon their Lord, that is looking at their Lord according to their status. Some of them will gaze upon Him every day, morning and afternoon. Some will gaze upon him once every week with us, they will have the joy of gazing upon his noble countenance, and astounding beauty,

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for there is nothing like unto Him. When they see him they will forget the state of bliss in which they are and they will attain inexpressible joy and happiness. Their faces will be radiant, and will increase in beauty. We ask Allah the Most Generous to make us among them. And Allah says, concerning those who give precedence to this world over the hereafter, and on that day, some faces will be gloomy, that is frowning and scowling, utterly humiliated, knowing that a great calamity that is a severe pomp and painful punishment is about to befall them, and this is why their faces have changed and they are frowning.

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So yeah, since Allah mentioned those who are fond of this life, and that this is the basis of their corruption and delusion.

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Allah mentioned what happens or what's the final result of these choices.

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So two types of people who don't want your money the NADA radiant faces beautiful beaming with light and health.

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Because again, of the forgiveness of Allah and the joy that they live in Illa Allah behind now that they are gazing at the Lord, last panel to Allah and the Prophet SAW Selim said in the Hadith that is collected in a saya in the COMSATS. Around Arab Baku, Maya.

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They're too long Mona fiero at you should see your load directly

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without an intermediary, and you will not be hindered in that vision. He will not be hindered in that vision. And some of the reasons mentioned as the chef here mentioned, that some of the people will actually the highest people in paradise, I'm gonna say Obi Wan, they will be able to see the face of Allah and meet Allah in the morning and in the evening. The rest of the people in Jannah will see Allah subhanaw taala one day in the week, and that's on Friday.

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And it's the best, most beautiful thing that they have ever given in paradise. So with all of the pleasures, all of the blessings, all of the joy in paradise, the highest is

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meeting Allah subhanaw taala because we were created for Allah and this is our ultimate joy. This is the ultimate joy is to meet Allah and be able to see him and some Muslim groups

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over history, they denied that because they say this, you know,

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the logical necessities that arise from this that are you know, should be rejected. And you know, there is no reason to reject anything that the Quran confirms clearly. And the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Salem confirms clearly you shall see you Lord that's it.

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Said last Fantana will be seen by the believers in Jannah and he will honor them with his meeting

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Here Allah subhanaw taala admonishes his slave and reminds him of the situation of the dying person, when his soul reaches his throat. At that point, he will be in great distress and will seek every means that he thinks will help him to attain healing and relief. Hence, Allah says and it is said is there any healer who could save him now, that is anyone who could perform an Obeah because they have lost all hope of regular ways of healing. So there is nothing left but to pursue divine means. But when the Divine Will Will and decree comes it cannot be put back. And the dying person realizes that it is his final departure from this world, and agony is heaped on agony. That is hardships come one

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after another and are heaped up on one another, and the matter becomes serious and his distress becomes immense. And the soul that is used to being in the physical body is meant to depart, but it is still with it. And soon it will be driven to Allah subhana wa Tada so that he may require it for its deeds and make it admit his misdeeds. But a stubborn person who does not benefit from the revelations will still persist in his transgression, disbelief and obstinacy.

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Okay, so this is again a profound description of the moment of death.

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And we have in Muslim dilemma in other books of the Sunnah hadith of a famous Hadith Volbella Vinaya is probably Allahu Anhu.

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About the journey of the soul in remote Mina either kind of in good light in minute dunya where a cabal in

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the Tamila you get on it actually very long Hadith by Robin Isaac, he explains the journey of the soul in the case of the believers, and then the case of the disbelievers and it's very, very detailed. And it's really it's it's something that every believer should

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reflect upon, and take seriously because that moment is going to come to every one of us, that moment of death. It's a transition.

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And in the Quran, you will find some references to it. Sometimes about the disbelievers how they will wish that they could be returned back to this life so they can fix their ways. Either the whole no to God or build your own. The only ama Lusardi ham female docked

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in Guinea, Matan Hua era and when death comes to one of them, he says, Well Allah, please send me back so I can do righteousness, I can do something good. I can fix my waist or Allah would say no, no, it's just a word that you see. Allah says yeah, you're living in Amman, Allah to the Commonwealth to come Allah Allah document decorilla Do not let your wealth your children and your responsibilities distract you from Allah Almighty if elderly care for older eco Maha, Ceylon, whatever it is that whoever falls into this will be among the losers. When football matches up an outcome in club a to a common note and spend from what We have given you. Before death comes to one

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of you for a whole lot below hula, certainly Illa Algerian Caribbean versus our communal salad.

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When death comes to one of one of you, he says, Oh Allah please just give me a little bit more time, a little bit more time and I will be among the righteous I will do good. I will do good. What are you here alone have sent me that

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the Allah will not delay

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any and you saw, when it's time comes it has to go. It has to live. That's an appointed time.

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So there was many references.

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And a lot of for example says in the livina bah bah bah

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Hola Hola como esta casa mutagenesis actually hemolymph, aka two to half one dozen, whatever shadow Belgian Atilla T quantum two I don't normally come here to dunya will, will accompany him at this day and also Comala config

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losses in the Latina Allah boon and others who said Our Lord is Allah not only said it with their tongue they lived according to that law is our Lord. We worship Allah we live for Allah, we seek ALLAH

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from Mr. Karma and then the remain steadfast They remain true to this word they lived according to the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala, that Tennessee Valley humane manner, the angels will descend upon them.

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And let half don't be scared. Don't be scared because that's a very profound situation transition into the world you haven't seen before.

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Alert half of what data has no, do not be worried. Do not be stressed. Don't be concerned about anything.

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Whatever shield or religion, teleology, quantum to add on, and we have come to you with the good news about Jana which we you were promised

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normally, or comprehend in dunya Ville area, we are your supporters, you help us in this life and in the next with you. You're not alone. Don't worry, we're taking care of you will not be left alone, you'll not be left to yourself. So that's a reassurance, reassurance at the time of death. Whereas the disbelievers Allah says without our idea to offer live in a comfortable manner allocate to every bone and we'll do our homework about a home.

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Only if you could see when the angels come to take the souls of the disbelievers

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they kick them in their faces and in their backsides.

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Every morning, what do I do who adapted Healtheast taste the punishment of the fire, the blazing Fire.

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And the prophets Allah mentioned the Hadith will Bala which is which we referred to earlier.

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When the angels come to take the soul from the body of the disbeliever fetida, Rafi jsap, the soul clings to the body in the quarters of the body holds on to it, it doesn't want to leave is what it's been brought to what it is going to be pulled to is beyond scary.

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So it knows what awaits it. The football now awakens and knows what's gonna happen.

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It knows that it's doom and gloom from now on. So it doesn't want to leave this body want to stay in this body which it seeks to escape in this body, but they will pull it with so much pain out of that. Whereas the soul of the believer as the Prophet SAW, Selim said, it comes out just like water can be poured out over you know a pot so seamlessly.

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So it's, it's important to really not account for that moment. And for that moment of transition that we pray that Allah Subhana Allah gives you a hustle Hatim that Allah seals your life with good

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that got our own lovely holiday in Santa Lucia the holiday in Santa Harvey he was a welder who either had been unwell

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because they didn't either and you know, better in condition Kadir metaphyseal. So let's look Ian, what do you learn from the Woman No, with Alec if he does I shot him insofar

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He neither believed that is he did not believe in a lot. His angels, His books, His messengers, the last day and the Divine Decree both good and bad, nor prayed, rather he denied the truth and turned away from the Divine commands and prohibitions at a time when he was at ease with himself, and did not fear his Lord. Rather, he went swaggering back to his family, not caring about anything. Allah warns him by saying, Woe to you, oh, man, and again, whoa, Then woe to you. And again, whoa, this is a repeated thread. Then he reminds him of his original creation, as he says, does man think that he will be left unchecked, that is left alone with no commands and prohibitions, and no reward or

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punishment. This is wrong thinking and is thinking of Allah in terms that are not appropriate to his wisdom, was he not a drop of semen emitted, then after having been a drop of semen, he became a clinging clot of blood, then Allah formed him from the clot making him a living being and fashioned him properly and made from him. The two genders male and female, is not he who has done that, namely, creating man and causing him to go through the stages of development, able to bring able to bring the dead to life, indeed, he is able to do all things.

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Please your Allah describes here, that at the moment of death, we've said, the disbeliever will be struggling and will be seeking help and will be desperate. Yet. If you look at him in his life, he's so proud of himself so full of himself. He walks arrogant arrogantly who rejects philosophy, the power, he disbelieves rejects the truth, and he thinks he has reasons. And by the way, sometimes when you read the plan, sometimes we take a very

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we take a minimal from from it, but it's it's good actually to understand the context in general. Because sometimes we think these people disbelieved in ignorance that they didn't have anything to say. But the reality is that these people had a lot of rationalization and the term of the Prophet saw them afterwards, disbelievers. We're not just stupid people, by the way.

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We're not stupid people in as we speak about thinking and about cognition, they were intelligent people. So they came up oftentimes with sophisticated arguments, that, again, that everyone can fall for, except for someone who has proper knowledge. This is why seeking knowledge in Islam is extremely important. A lot of our knowledge today is impressionistic. You know, we think we know the Quran, because maybe we read it once. Or maybe we haven't read it once, even in full

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in full even once. And then we think, you know, I know what the Quran is, you know, what if you have not studied the Quran thoroughly, repeatedly, and with dedication, you don't understand the Quran. You don't know much of the Quran, literally.

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Knowledge is not impressions. Knowledge is not impressions. A lot of all impressions are biased or inaccurate.

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But again, we Muslims think, oh, because I'm a Muslim. I was brought up Muslim. I grew up in a Muslim environment. I probably know the Arabic language my father reads the blind my mother reads the Quran right? We grew up listening to the Quran here and there. We assume I know the Quran. You know what if you study the Quran theory, you will be surprised countless times you will have a little aha moment. People who've dedicated their whole life studying the Quran, they would still have these aha moments. The Quran is infinitely wise. There's always something to learn. Some of the companions described the Quran, Allah Dafna Agia ibux. The wonders of the Quran, you know, will

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never the Quran will never run out of wonders. There will always be something it has a renewed sense about itself. It's divine words. It's divine words. Okay, Allah sadaqa. What else? So this person, they disbelieved and they didn't pray. They were arrogant. They had a lifestyle. It's not like these people had nothing in their life to do. They had the lifestyle, they had some impressive things. Allah talks about the hypocrites were either at Home Depot cards. When you see them, you're impressed with their physique with how they look like with how they present themselves.

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What in your guru, just imagine if they speak, you listen to them attentively why they mesmerize you with their speech. They're educated, they're eloquent. They know how to speak. So they're not stupid people.

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Right? And what we're going through sometimes Muslim think, Oh, we know we live today in the Age of Science and advancement. And you know, there are challenges to Islam that were never, never here before.

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Really know. What we have is sophistication

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have too much sophistication, empty serves empty sophistication pointless. A lot of arguments circular arguments going around themselves, chasing their own tail with no intent and no benefit.

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But why we judge something on face value from how it looks like it's an impression, or this is very sophisticated. Just because you don't know something doesn't mean it's sophisticated.

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And a lot of the sophistication is useless. Usually, the truth is straightforward, and easier to digest and relate to.

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And this is why Illumina will be a pilot of the allaahu animals at the NACA kuthodaw, Hulda HiLine.

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And he said, Lo sekret, Amanda LM, bank, Sheila.

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He said, knowledge is was magnified, it was became too big, what we call knowledge studying, etcetera, became too big, because too many ignorant people spoke. And they said nonsense.

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So there is a lot of content. And then the people who know the truth had to refute all of this nonsense, so it doubled in size. Now, if you want to get to something that is so simple, truth is so simple. You have to wade through all of this nonsense, and the responses and the confusion. And, and that's what happens today, you know, Muslim social media platforms, this group, you know, Scott slanders that group, and this group refutes this group, and this and that, and this person refutes that person, and you know, Muslims are lost in the middle.

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And then you have the ones who chewed them up on the sides. Yeah, you're why? Because someone speaks strongly doesn't mean they are on the truth. Someone speaks confidently doesn't mean they're upon the truth. Someone speaks very well. And they're eloquent and they can sort of force their point doesn't mean they're on the truth.

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And who's lost Muslim masses in the middle? Who do I side with? Where is the truth?

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And all these people are having ego issues, and they want to drag the whole population into their ego battles. So that's I live in Abu Dhabi. Alonso said, knowledge is simple, small, it's not the stuff that much, but it was magnified. It was complicated, because of all of this nonsense that was said about people who didn't know how they just remain silent. Let the people truly know. Truly No, say when truth would be so easy and straightforward.

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This is what he said. Those who didn't know, had they remained silent. The difference and disagreement would have disappeared, for the most part. Because a lot of disagreement comes from people who speak before they are fully knowledgeable. They know something, but there are things that they don't know. So they think they know when they speak. When they speak. They don't realize that they are contradicting something they don't know if they're confident because they don't know they don't see the contradiction.

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So then it becomes documented then it becomes you know, one of the issues of discussion now it's handed down hundreds of years and people think this is knowledge.

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Now this is a this is a detour that was started by someone who was not qualified and then he drags probably millions of people into that hundreds of years later

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had he remained silent you would have saved people all of that waste somehow. Okay. So philosopher Nicola Salah can kick the door with

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a rather disbelieved he rejected, he denied the truth, and he acted in defiance, he did not follow the guidance of Allah, He was not obedient to Allah subhanaw taala. Then not only that, arrogantly he did that arrogant, he went back to his home to his family to his people he had not bought again, it's not bought, meaning, you know, carefree. But in a sense, if you look at the word and this is something again, we mentioned a few times previously. It's called, it's part of Colaba, the understanding of the language. The the words, the letters, by the way, in the Arabic language have meaning. Sounds signify meanings. We mentioned that previously.

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So for example, I think, Selena Himadri for Haiti, who was one of the greatest scholars of the Arabic language ever, the one who probably contributed the most to the development of the sciences of Arabic language, a little bit of it, he's the one who documented or codified the patterns for poetry level.

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The lines for poetry.

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Someone asked him about someone said there is a word that the Bedouins of the Arabs The nomads use called alpha or alpha will fail.

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So in Iraq, this was not used at the time where he didn't before he once said, I never heard it, the sound of it tells me something hard.

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The sound of it gives me the impression of something. And really, as Fahad was, you know, hard rock,

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hard rock. So again, it shows you that the Arabs had this kind of sound and meaning this connection, they had this. So yeah, Tama ba here MACBA in the Arabic language to stretch something.

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And in order for something to be stretchable,

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it has to be

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again, it cannot be solid, and it cannot.

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I can't come up with an expression but anyways, you have not been stretched. So basically, the person was literally they had no shape to their life. In that sense, they had no purpose in their life. They're a waste, they literally waste and they were wasting other people's time. He went back to his family. So sort of stretching himself carefree right? And thinking that he has done something when in reality his life doesn't even have shape it doesn't have structure to itself doesn't have content, real content or substance.

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From the habit you don't hear a lot of older water you so all this arrogance, you rejecting the truth and you're acting defiantly as if you know and you'd if you look today, at some of those who again, sort of argue or debase debate against Islam, and you'll find them speaking with so much confidence, right? As if they know what they're talking about. They are arrogant, as if they have the absolute fact that no one can question.

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See them at the moment of death. Because that's what Allah says, These people are the moment of death they are desperate, they asked him for help the begging for time. And in this life, they were arrogant. They were speaking confidently

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And subhanAllah This is a man, the Astable insane Are you with us with anomia cannot offer the money no human? Do you think you should be left to yourself? Do you think you were created in vain? Do you think you just happen to be in existence. And again, this is something that is very important that we understand because we are Muslims have actually been fed, so much atheistic ideas.

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So much.

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A lot of atheistic ideas. And these atheistic ideas what they do because we have absorbed a lot of them, what are they do they create a cluster, this is the clock. This is the sorry, the Yeah, the Create, screen, the crust around the heart.

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That's the crust that Allah talks about. One part of it is this. So sometimes, you know, the beliefs of Islam, the tenets of Islam, they don't make it into our heart, they don't shape our life, although we know them in our minds, right? They don't shape our behavior, our lens, or our worldview is because our heart is occupied with all of this nonsense. That was called education. That was called science that was so called scientific method, and so on and so forth. So we will fit that. So when we come to Islam, we think

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you know, we have assumptions and we don't realize how these assumptions are blinding us. Today, a brother brought up questions and somebody says, you know, I can worship Allah, I don't mind to worship Allah. But you know, why are there all of these things halal and haram so many things halal and haram, and worship Allah but leave these things, right.

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Really, on the surface? The question seems to make sense. But the reality is, this question is completely built on an understanding of existence that is anti Islam.

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That is completely opposite to Islam.

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Because people feel entitled, it's my life. I happen to be here I am in my life. Then sort of Allah imposes himself, he comes into my life to hijack my joy, and force himself on my life.

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I'll still be cool with this. I'll give Allah something but leave me alone with other things, right?

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You think this is this is not happening? You see, this is not common.

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This is how a lot of us think. Right? But, you know, we probably don't verbalize. We struggle with that. We try to sort it out. But we haven't. We're not there yet. But that's what we've been taught in many ways.

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That as if life has been happening, you're part of this life. You're entitled to enjoy this life, have dreams and create your own

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Glory and legacy, right? And enjoy your thing your pleasures of this world and go about your life then like Sorry, like how, like

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a bandit jumps into your life and says, You know what? I take you captive. You have to worship me. That's how we treating Allah. Allah Allah this is how we sometimes really thinking about Allah, if I can worship Allah.

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But why all of this haram and things you can do are things you have to do one, why is all of this I can watch Allah,

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that's a misunderstanding with this worship mean

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that you were not here.

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You were not here.

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And there was no world.

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And it's not like you're entitled to anything. Allah created this world. And Allah is purposeful. What creates for why's purpose, why created this world, Allah created you very special and unique for a specific purpose and mission. And Allah said to you, I'll put you in this life, providing you worship being in what worship means you live for Me, you will make your path in this life back to me safely.

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That's what life really means you didn't happen. You were not going about cruising and life, then Allah jumps into your life like that.

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That's not how it is.

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You are for Allah, you belong to Allah.

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He brought you here, he created you, He created the world, he put you in this world.

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And he just didn't happen to put you and throw you. He said, I'm putting you for a reason. There is a time limit for this. There is a schedule.

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There is purpose, there are resources, there is a path. And here are the instructions. And this is how you will make it back to Jana to safety.

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And if you choose another path, you just you're taking yourself to the ultimate loss in the Alpha. You shaytaan will take you with him, Where do you want to go?

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I'm going to give you choice

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during this period, but you have to pay for the consequences of your choices.

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So you are here on a mission you were brought here, entrusted with a trust with a mission by Allah subhanaw taala. On that condition you were brought into this life.

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And you were created based on that.

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So now we're talking about Allah coming into our life.

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Okay, so that's a completely corrupt understanding of life.

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So again, the same thing, this stuff, we have been fed that stuff, all of us have been fed that stuff. So that's why a lot of the questions that the children have, you know, our teenagers have the youth have, sometimes we ourselves have doubts and struggle with them. You know, oftentimes, the problem is what is the underlying worldview is the beliefs that were, we were fed, as children, as teenagers, as young people are fed in school.

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In the movies, and media, people around us, and everything.

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And now we we have internalized those, and we don't realize that we are functioning based on them. We're seeing the world through these false beliefs. And then we try to understand Islam. So there's a lot of deconstruction to be done.

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In order for us to, you know, build our construction of faith on solid foundations.

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That's the job of a Muslim. So Islam is not just okay, let me just get as more as much information as possible. If you bring that information, and you just, you know,

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pilot on top of corrupt foundations, it's going to crumble.

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You need to make sure the foundations are not rotten, that they are solid, that they are firm that they are strong that they are true.

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And how do you do that? You know, when you have a moment of doubt, that's a door open for you. So that means there's more inner work I need to do. I need to realize I need to trace that question where is it coming from? What is it based on? Every question you have every thought you have, you know, you can trace it back to its foundations. The foundations are usually, you know, these kinds of assumptions, premise premises that we believe in things that we hold true, but we never questioned

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if they are not true, and we assume that each one we're building on them, then our whole system is corrupted. So that's very important.

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In order to really pay attention to in our lives if you want to, if you want your heart to be pure if you want your heart to be purified of sin of evil if you truly want to love Allah you

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Experience Amen truly, Islam again as we said is not cognition is not ideas floating in your head. Now Islam is realities that shape your life in the heart.

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Okay, so the surah closes with a Lost Planet Allah and basically look at the your design, the stages in your creation, all of that is purposeful, very well designed, right? So he created you and He made you male and female.

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He made you feel male and female, and he's going to bring you back to life. That's the story of life and that's the reality. So anything else you talk about life is for enjoyment. Life is for success. Life is for whatever fancy idea you have. Life is about being good to other people. That's part of a system that cannot be a system in its own right. That's part of a bigger system.

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Then, so Allah subhanaw taala says here you are looking at the beautiful closing of the surah with the beginning locks mobo milk Leanna it's about the Mr. Resurrection bringing you back to life. What is Allah close the Sunnah with Elisa, then he can recline it in your heel now isn't E or this one Allah capable of bringing the dead back to life?

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Beautiful beginning and the answer is right at the end. And the whole sequence in the Surah is a journey of reflection that gets you to that point are very beautiful surah in all measures Masha Subhan Allah Allah,

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we ask Allah subhanaw taala to help us benefit from the Quran. And again, I would recommend you recite your favorite recital, listen to solid

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matted, solid

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recited by your favorite recited reading, read it yourself if you enjoy reciting, and read the tafseer or listen to the Tafseer

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it's profound reflect on it, you know, pick up the most half read and try to reflect and see what goes through your mind. One thing about the Quran is that actually, you know, it really it, it activates your heart, it gets your heart thinking. It really gets your heart thinking it enhances reflection. So that's one thing that the due to the brutal Quran, Allah is a very powerful exercise. And if you don't do it, or if you don't do it often enough, you are depriving yourself of such a profound and beautiful experience.

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Okay, so we ask Allah subhanaw taala to forgive our sins, and to guide us to the straight path and on the straight path. We asked the last panel to Anna to bless this day or tomorrow for us and make us from the people of the Quran. And the people who will see him and look at his face on the day of judgment or Salallahu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Ali, he was a big man. I can take one or two questions quickly. And then we can go to vincelot.

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quickly determine well what well am I was shocked when they wouldn't

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it's time is the day nights, weeks months. Yes, there is in Jana day. There is night. There's morning. There's the evening. There's midday, and there are weeks. Yes. But they are different than what we have here.

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They are. What is their nature, we don't know. Things in Jannah. We don't know their nature. Right. But lay around if you have Samsung when Azim harira there is no sun.

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And there is no cold weather in Jana. There's no heat. There's no cold weather, there's no sun, and there's no darkness. So the night is as bright as the day. Again, this is a world we don't know.

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So we accepted Nichelle as it came in the Hadith. And we just you know, let's get there then we can talk about that and she asked

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Shall we ask Allah to get us there and then that's not a big deal.

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Nothing there will be a deal breaker. So I'll ask another question. Sisters.

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I think like

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the Quran Allah subhanaw taala

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the doing the case of night and day and and all these different natural phenomena, there are signs for the believer is there something specific that Allah

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so the the verses do grace as the end the day and deny the sun and the moon and the

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alternation of the day and the night there are signs for people of reflection. So is that in the where is the sign in this? This is called a lamb. This expression is general. And that means it's going to be a sign in so many respects. So could be the beautiful composition, the precision, it could be the magnificence, it could be things that we haven't even discovered yet could be things that science will discover. So in everything, so this is called the am means it's comprehensive. So there's no limit to the signs that you find in the alternation of the day. And then alteration of the day in the night. And the sun and the moon, the sky is the creation of the Ovilus point, there's

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no limit to that signs, it could be anything.

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reflecting on those macrophages,

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some other points on logical left one, is that a valid way to think about it or someone comes to a logic, come to a conclusion? Which conclusion? Conclusion which supports the grant? Or

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is that a valid? That's it is about a thing? Absolutely. Yes, yeah. So reflect things. And that will happen with a lot of monotheists, who did not receive religion. So they looked around and they said, this precision, this design is purposeful. So it can't be random. And there must be a reason behind it, there must be a purpose behind it. And obviously, when you couple that, so you're not only reflecting with your thoughts, cognition, but also your photo. So that's where the magic starts to happen, when you combine both. This is where the processing which is difficult to clear in the Arabic language, okay? It starts in process, all of that input that comes from your front line, what

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comes from your observation, and that leads you to a conclusion there must be a Creator and a designer, and you sense you have a sense a general sense of that creator, and you are drawn to him. You're drawn to him just like the monotheists in many different nations. The reports about them is that they recognize God himself, but they don't know much, but they know that need to be obedient, they need to be submissive and they need to be good. So they try their best. So that's definitely a conclusion. Otherwise, why does Allah invite people to actually reflect yeah JazakAllah Monica Luffy comes to the loss of missing 120 of Samuel Salem next week inshallah the lesson will still be at

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seven o'clock at this time McGraw you know, prayer times will be changing rapidly so you know, keep an eye inshallah we'll let you know when we change but we'll let you know the week before but now it's seven inshallah will be seven until further notice bidding Allah Tala salasar.