Moutasem al-Hameedy – The Monumental Tafsir As Sa’Di

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the political and cultural aspects of the upcoming election in Canada, including the use of Hempelque and the importance of the soul in winning. The "monarch" in Arabic language is discussed, with the "has" in the title of the book and its significance in the context of the title. The "monarch" is emphasized, and the "monarch" is used to portray the "monarch" in the Arabic language. The importance of self expression and managing one's life is emphasized, as well as the negative impact of socialism and Hospitality on people's lives. The segment concludes with a discussion of the potential meeting between Islam and religion to address issues related to the pandemic and the importance of staying safe.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad meanwhile early he was heavy edging and in order to do so we'll come back

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hamdulillah we're getting back to our halacha in Ramadan. I know the attendance went down just before because obviously Ramadan complete change in routine. Many people were busy. The timing probably was not suitable for many, but I hope

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you guys were able to follow online hopefully if not, hopefully you can catch up with Nila here in China. Last time we dealt with salata ln, I believe. So today inshallah we're going to talk about politicians and inshallah if we are able to do so a lot. I'll bet that we will do it. Hopefully more, but let's see how it goes. Similar mental Hempel Imam Abdul Rahman, a study of the Ramadasa stadium along with Jana to feel similar to shims mobile ha ha. Are Here makiya Smilla Rahmanir Rahim or Shem see what whoo ha ha Welcome at either tele one hurry either agenda will lead to either Yahushua was semma you one burner will probably one out Baja one FC one as a waha for Al Hannah half

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Surah Shams Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim in these verses Allah subhanho wa Taala swears an oath concerning the righteous soul and evil soul by the sun and its light and the benefits that come from it, and by the moon as it follows it. That is as it follows it through various positions in the sky. And the light of the moon follows the light of the sun. And by the day as it displays it that is the sun displays what is on the face of the earth and makes it manifest. And by the night as it as it conceals it. That is it conceals the face of the earth so that everything on it is shrouded in darkness. In this world, darkness and light Sun and Moon follow one another in a regular and precise

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manner that serves people's interests. This is the greatest indication that Allah has knowledge of all things

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and has power over all things and that he alone is deserving of worship. Everything that is worshipped besides Him is false.

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and by the Heaven and Him who built it this is swearing an oath by the heaven and the one who built it namely Allah subhanaw taala and by the Earth and Him who spread it that is he spread it out so that people would be able to benefit from it in all ways and by the soul and Him who fashion it has

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when I've seen one so well. Yeah let me know and then more either necessarily really lucrative one Yeah. Can you talk a little more with them you do under Mala who may be interested in CERN in Canada

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be deleted he made it the other

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way around they are calling for NASA to give you a lot of money if he lets you have to you've got to ality you have to accept maybe for in a half you have to look for what he said he said he had to turn up holy will help get you whatever your authority will in fear Allah TFC yet even allow me will erode that he will cause they will be well probably well he alerted Hola Hola, Canada normal Java 1313. Left either TV with us we have to either have to mean a Atilla hill of Lima.

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And by the soul and Him who fashioned it, it may be that what is meant by the soul here is all living creatures, because it is mentioned in general terms. Or it may be that what is meant here is an oath sworn by the soul of man who is accountable based on what follows. Whatever the case, the soul is one of the great signs of Allah that deserves to be sworn by. For the soul is extremely subtle and light, it moves about easily changes easily and is influenced easily subject to emotion such as desiring, wanting, aiming, loving and hating. Without the soul a body would be a mirror image with nothing good in it. The fact that it is created in such a manner is one of the great

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signs of Allah. Wa Kulu for the IFLA hemmens occa a Baja NAFSA, home in a Vinod, when I've caught him in a room, what are called habito, Atilla where Allah has been letting me know will me the slide, but Harlem in this

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he will indeed attain true successful purifies it and cleanses it of his sins and faults, elevating it through obedience to Allah attaining beneficial knowledge and doing righteous deeds and he will indeed fail who corrupts it that is corrupts his noble soul that does not deserve to be subjected to impurity through committing immoral deeds, allowing it to develop false and commit sin and failing to perfect it and make it grow and indulging in that which will bring it shame and spoil it

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can the thermo do with the Hawa?

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ThermoWood rejected their messenger for they were transgressive. That is because of their transgression, rejection of the truth and opposition to the messengers of Allah. When the most wicked among them went forth to kill the she camel, that is the most wicked member of the tribe whose name

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was a lot of been self. He went forth to hamstring that she came on when they agreed to that, and he agreed to comply with their instructions, the Messenger of Allah, namely slowly how they Salam said to them warning them hands off the she camel of Allah and her drink. That is beware of hamstringing the she camel of Allah, which He has made a great sign to you, and do not respond to that to the blessing that Allah has bestowed upon you by giving you her milk to drink by hamstringing her, but they disbelieved their profit slowly and hamstrung her so their Lord unleashed against them for their sin, a punishment that reached them all. That is He sent upon them destruction and reached

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them all.

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He sent upon them risk destruction that reached them all. He sent against them a blast from above and an earthquake from beneath them, so that they became

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lifeless with no one among them calling out or responding that reach them all that is it affected them all equally and he Allah feared not the consequences there of how could the one who is the sub viewer fear the consequences when no create one no created being is beyond his subjugation and control and he is the most wise and all that He decrees and prescribes to an alkaline Okay, so commentary on solar to shims

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and something about a general benefit about the Quran

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names given to the sorrows

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The reason behind the name varies vary sometimes the name of the soil or refers to the general theme that runs through the soil.

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Like for example,

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sorta like man, sorta like man.

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The concept of Allah's mercy, and how it manifests runs through the soil.

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Other soldiers I'll help again, for example,

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or others.

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Sometimes and that's the most common why a surah is named is given a name because there is a distinctive feature or piece of information in that song that is not found in other sources, something that is highlighted so little Bapatla. For example, the story of the Bacala of the cow, the Bani Israel were commanded to slaughter

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was only mentioned in that surah. But the surah has many themes and it has a main theme, but it's not named after the theme is named after what the unique incident that is mentioned in it, but not in any other surah. Okay, so a lot of the sorrows. So it's Ali Imran, same thing. Okay, many of the Surah Surah Nisa is a little bit of mixture of both So, so the soldiers were mainly most of the soldiers are named after something that is unique to them, something that is unique to them. So rotations is one of those as well. What is the theme the main theme here in this surah is in the middle, happens in the middle.

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Which where Allah subhanaw taala says one if sin, one masa, Allah Maha voodoo Raha taqwa, but if the Hammonds occa are the harbor man this

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and the neffs? The human neffs? What is nefs?

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Is neffs the soul?

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Or is it the self? Is it the psyche? What is the neffs?

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spirit soul?

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Is there a difference between the soul and the spirit?

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In the Arabic language? They're the same rule.

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But why do we have rule? Why do we have neffs?

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The world of the soul

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and the world, even of the self

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is not a tangible thing. It's not a bottle that you can draw borders right you can tell you know what the borders of this are, this is a physical object, you can tell this is a table you can tell you know, height, length, width, right?

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These are physical objects.

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non physical, metaphysical, that's beyond the physical realities do not abide by the same rules like physical objects, so there is no clear borders between them.

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So you will find that this is very common you will find sometimes every now and then a video pops up or someone pops up. They say the difference between the self and the neffs and the soul oneness. And then they try to pin it down and they will quote some verses from the Quran to prove their point. But you know what, most often you can get other verses that will disprove their point, but they select specific ones. And those people some of them are actually

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actually most of them who appeared especially now on social media and YouTube, stuff like that. They're actually charlatans. They're liars.

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Because they're trying to treat non physical objects as physical objects. They try to help people sort the apparent confusion by giving them false promise.

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And knifes the word knifes in the Arabic language means soul. And it means the self as the psyche

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And it also means entity.

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And it also means blood.

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All of that is enough.

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Why? Because these realities are not completely independent. They're not completely independent. In that reality, these things don't have clear boundaries, these concepts actually sort of infused with one another. So, the language reflects that reality. Now, we are in modern days and times we are just like the philosophers of the Greeks.

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We don't like this kind of

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indefinite reality, we like clear borders. So, we try to impose that,

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on meanings that do not abide by these rules.

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Scholars tried to differentiate or find these subtle differences between when the word rule is used when the word neffs is used.

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So Allah subhanaw taala, sometimes refers to for example, Allah says

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the end of Salatin made about profit essentially his salam

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ala Sam says to Allah on the Day of Judgment, per Allah Murphy Neff see what Allah mama

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I know what's in myself. You know what's in myself? I don't know what's in yourself.

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In a sense, you know what's in my mind, but I don't know about you.

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Here the self of Allah is different than the self of a Sally has Selim.

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Number two, the self of Asa here you will know what's in myself. Is he talking about the soul?

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Now what exactly is he talking about? His mind? Psyche? Most likely, right? But it's Allah Subhan Allah to Allah says in the Quran, Allah Who yet our file enforcer Hinomoto here it is Allah who takes

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neffs when it dies, What is Allah talking about here? So

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so is the neffs the soul or the psyche?

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Okay, these meanings are sort of they melt into one another, they're not separate, they're not independent. And we should not seek to pin that down as physical reality. Now here, Allah subhanaw taala is speaking about when f sin one is aware and self and he has so what what is uh, what some what means he has completed in a sense he has perfected when I've seen him, so he created it in the best shape and form. This is similar to look at halacha in Santa Fe is when we created man or humans in the best shape, shape, physical,

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physical and mental psychological.

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Humans are created in the best shape,

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best shape for the purpose of their creation, somebody says, well, humans can there is there is room for improvement. You have to realize any kind of adjective like perfect, complete, right? Has in the background purpose. We are created for the purpose of testing so we are in the best design for being tested. You might say, if Allah could have created better humans who are more powerful, right? Humans that don't forget humans that are virtuous and never sin? Wouldn't that be a more complete creation? The people of Ghana, they don't sin, right? Because their creation is more complete than people in this dunya

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Why did Allah create us virtuous, infallible, we don't make mistakes. Why? Because that was not the purpose of creating us in this dunya. So Allah created us in the best design that serves the purpose of our creation. That's what Eseni took, we're in the best shape. That's what would have seen one as a word and itself and how he perfected it, how he created it, how he designed it, for him or her for Georgia, how it took awhile. This is the central point of the surah. When to emphasize it more, and it's very important. When I've seen one master Wha What is Allah talking about? He's talking not exactly about the soul.

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He's talking about a function of the soul. Something that is born out of the soul being in the body, you have a sense of self. You want to call it the psyche, you want to call it the mind. That's not incorrect. Okay, but that refers to the heart as well. So you are given a trust that is called the self that is, has a tendency for good and has a tendency for evil. It's open.

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It's more of a neutral

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creation that has the potential.

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How you manage it, which direction you take it in, that's where it's gonna go. This is why Allah says for Allah Maha Fujimura what's Aqua? Allah inspired it means Allah allowed it. Allah gave it the proclivity, Allah gave it the tendency, the ability for corruption

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and for being fixed, for cultivation for Allah Maha Mudra Taqwa Allah gave me the ability to go into indecency and evil or taqwa and virtue and goodness, it has that tendency. So, you are more given more of given something like a tool, depending how do you cultivate it? How do you use it in good or evil?

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Okay, for LM algebra taqwa, that's the test, that's the Amana that you are given the trust. You're given that trust, you're given the self that has a tendency for Good and Evil. Allah said, you should use it in good. And he gave us the instructions.

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And that's the Amana that you are given the trust? Will you stay truthful to it? Will you stay loyal? Will you fulfill the trust? Or will you what ignore it then I ruin it whatever.

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That's the test of this life. It is yourself

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it is yourself

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but if the heavens This is what life is gonna boil down to on the Day of Judgment, free upon Phil Jannetty of earlier confessed sigh There will be those who will succeed when be saved, salvation and those who will be ruined and doomed and destined to the Hellfire

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based on what based on the trust fulfilling the trust an F LeMans aka this there will be successful the ones who do what Zakah what is the skier and here I need you to get into this? I think we spoke about that so I want to see who has really learned the meaning of test gear. If not we'll emphasize it more

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with this this key me

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put your hand up so you take responsibility for your answer. Don't hide don't hide behind the crowd. Yes.

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Top here what is that in English?

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Purification? Who agrees

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don't be scared Well, I I don't have any authority for punishment. So don't worry. You're safe in sha Allah

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who agrees with that?

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Okay, who has another opinion

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analysis would be more like thinking you see

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what No, we're saying what is the meaning of Pisky as a cat

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is a cat the cat has to do with it by the way the cat Zeca what is the cat does Kia zek the root

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sore by

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Halina has the tendency in challenging

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contemplation is more like to enroll in the Arabic language test Kia root Zakka Ozarka Yeah.

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final final answer yes

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yeah, but Allah doesn't define Hoberman. I'm wondering who was adopted sadhaka tanto hero home what was a key him behind? So that shows what Allah says take from their wealth Haldeman and why to him sadaqa take from their money share from their wealth a share which is account

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to the hero home to the hero, purify them, what was the key him be? You purify them and you make his Kia? So if they are the same, and in the Quran, in the Quran, there is no repetition.

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So, if there is purification and Ischia that means

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they have two different meanings. By the way, it is clear is used in the context of purification Yes, but that's not the original

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what is this clear? I said find out whether give the sister a chance here Yes.

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Excellent. That's the meaning that's original meaning at Ischia in the Arabic language as Zakka Zakka means and nama growth increase.

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But because there is no growth and no increase without purification.

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So this is why the two meanings have become intertwined, that when you mentioned fiscal year, even purification will top here is part of it. All right, we're talking about the origin of the word this way in the Quran, to the hero whom what was a key him you purify them, and you make this clear why

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that shows there is two different words here. So, when there is this key, it includes both, but when one of them is when, sorry, when one of them has mentioned, it includes both, but when there are two words, each one stands for its unique meaning all right.

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But, but if landmines occur, so the so you are given a neffs, you are given some sort of raw material, you are supposed to do Teskey,

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which is what improvement, you're supposed to grow what you're given, you're supposed to enhance it, and purify it, in order to enhance it, you have to purify it. And this rule why the rule is

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to clear and Talia

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and then adding, just like with the land, if Dr. Jim uses this very often, very often, he likens the heart to a piece of land. He said, If you want to grow in this piece of land, fruitful, productive vegetation, you need to weed it first, clean it first, then grow because if it still has weed and parasites, parasitic, you know plants, you will not get a good produce, so you'd have to clear it and then grow the right stuff. Thus, he says this is what Ischia is. So you are given raw material that you're supposed to clarify, purify, and enhance and grow. This is a flemons occa work at Harbor Mandisa

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and has lost

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the one has lost cub means disappointed.

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There will be broken

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those who does this what does this root mean? This

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Allah says a human seeker who Allah hone in me or do so horrific to rob. Allah Subhana. Allah says about some of the Arabs at the time, who only again, they lived in a time of Tribal Wars and everything and if they were invaded, tribes used to invade one another. People feel felt ashamed of having girls why? Because girls would be taken as concubines, and it was like a whole tribe would would be indicted and would be dishonored for four generations. If it's women are taken as concubines.

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So this is why they didn't like to have a girl they wanted to have boys because boys are gonna grow up to be fighters.

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So Allah Subhana Allah says that when one of them is given the news as his wife was in labor

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that it was a female a baby girl

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yet oh Minakami minzu emammal Shalabi the man can't even show his face these people in shame

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are young seeker who Allah hone in emulous to better actually hold on to this baby take care of it with what

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according to their culture MCQ Allah Han Hoon is what

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villain meaning here he humiliation with the possibility of you know, again being taken over or kidnapped or whatever.

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Um, you do so horrific to rob or to place it into the sand into the soil, which is an older bury, this is why they used some of them used to bury their daughters and my older you had to sue, this is the point. But what could have been the set, the verb is this. This means what?

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To hide something down in a pit. So it's no it's not visible anymore. So it has the meaning of putting something down deep and hiding it.

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So, and there's a beautiful tafseer here from

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Remember, sadly the way he put it was really nice. It caught my attention. He said about Habermann DISA fan, the whole Kereama he says he hid his noble self.

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And that means Allah subhanaw taala put fitrah in us, Allah gave us a head start with goodness, although Allah gave us the tendency to good and evil, but Allah gave us a Head Start of good, which is your fifth law.

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So naturally, your soul which were the most likely comes from cause you for virtue, that's the original state of humans. That's the innate state of Fatah.

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So Allah gave us a headstart, Allah gave us more of a push in the right direction.

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Now you hide this with what with evil.

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That's how the Salah is how we use this, how you spoil it. So the goodness in you, you bury it, you bury it under what? Under evil intentions, false beliefs, evil desires,

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everything evil, by the way, any moment you engage with evil, whether it's a thoughts, its intention, you entertain a thought, right? And you keep, you know, living this fancy dream in your mind about something you think, oh, you know, I'm cool, I'm good. As long as you're not acted out, it ruins your heart, what does it do? It becomes a layer,

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it becomes a layer over the goodness in yourself, it buries it, it covers it. And this is the meaning of cover by the way.

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This is the meaning of cover. I'm linking a lot of words together. So again, these are common words that we use. It's good that you know where they're coming from. Cooper Katsa about interestingly, that, you know,

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that rhymes up with the English because Kufa in the Arabic language Kapha actually be the same as covered in English. Lincoln Cafaro like covered to cover something.

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And this is why Allah subhanaw taala also refers to the peasants who cultivate the land, because they put the seed in the soil and they cover it, they are called kuffaar.

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Allah says, At the end of Surratt

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Muhammad right from not mistaken

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about the Prophet Muhammad Rasul Allah, Liliana. Now what should that radical Ferrier Ohana Albina, Tala Homolka and Suja if the guna from La Mina la he wouldn't wanna see Mom If you will do him after a sujood that he can methadone FITARA methadone villingili Because our holiday shop as a law office does a la pista Ahsoka he originally was on raw Lee Bobby him will prefer

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Okay, so, again so kuffaar is mentioned in the Quran in the sense of the peasants.

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Kufa. Why because they cover the seeds in the land. All right, that's the original meaning of of the word cover. The Scholars say why then disbelief is called cover cover.

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Because they have covered the original goodness with evil,

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the same meaning as well. And hard lemon, this

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the one who covers that goodness in itself, in some translations mentioned neglected their self. That's not a literal translation, that's more of taking a very loose translation taking the general meaning. But the reality of neglecting the self of not taking care of it is actually by burying it in the land of evil. So you cover that goodness and this meaning is mentioned in the Quran and in addition of the process, for example, Allah says about your own and his people in Surah

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Surah to show up. Allah says, no salt in them. What you had to be here was stay you cannot unfollow him volumen

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and they have acted in denial. We have denied it rejected it, the truth, the message of Musa alayhis salam was to connect her and force him were as their souls and their selves inside

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had certainty that it was the truth.

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So they buried that they buried that

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inborn faith and belief they buried that with what with their denial. And this is the meaning of cover to cover that and goodness to cover the seed of faith in your heart. All right, so that's the same thing. So if you haven't zurka wakad Harbor Mendes. So the successful ones are truly the ones who do what? Who

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To cultivate the self and the tendencies that are in it, you have a tendency to harbor truth, your heart is created your neffs which is again, your heart is the is the is the is the land, or the grounds for yourself to function from. So you have the capacity for knowledge where you are supposed to fill that capacity with what with the truth. That's why you read this what Allah gave us truths in the Quran, it's full of truths, there is thirst in the heart in the neffs. For truth, if you don't fill it with truth, you're going to fill it with false.

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And then we have the capacity for intention, intention, which is the motivational part of our functioning, you have a drive to do things you have the desire to act out,

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that is built on your beliefs, which is the truth or the falsehood that you have embraced.

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That is going to give rise to your to the desire for action. And then that desire that intention translates into action translates into action.

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So you are given these capacities, you take care of these by learning the truth, and

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entertaining, good desire.

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intentions for that which is good, you seek that which is good.

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These are the two faculties of your heart on itself.

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You're supposed to take care if you ignore them, if you neglect them, if you don't take care of them, you're gonna allow falsehood to go into your system, then falsehood will tell you, you know, you should, this life is worthy of pursuit, seek it.

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So this is how false knowledge is gonna push you towards an optimal action, desire. You will act it out as a desire as a lifestyle as an action then as a lifestyle eventually, and that is going to bring you ruin.

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Right? So this is how we take care of the self. This is why the Scholars say, when Allah Subhan Allah says in the Quran

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who will the salah Sula, who will who will be in ill health

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and Houda. Within a Huda guidance didn't help is the religion of truth, the amorphous serine they all say alHuda is what?

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Elmo Natvia beneficial knowledge, capacity for knowledge.

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While DNA will help, I'm gonna slide

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the intention and then the action, the good righteous intention and action. Alright, so why did the last month Allah mentioned

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the sun, the moon, the accurate creation of their stations, and their position and all that stuff, you know, we can calculate prayer times for 1000s of years to come.

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That means there is a precise measure, there's a precise system for the sun. Right? There's also a precise system for the moon.

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There's a precise system for the moon and the the confusion that happens with Reza with regards to Ramadan, beginning of Ramadan. And it's not that there's a problem with the moon, or the

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or the exact stations of the moon. But it actually has to do with two things. First, some mistakes and calculations.

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Number two, Ramadan starts and ends not only with the birth of the moon, but with the siting of the moon, which is a human action that is affected by what?

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By a lot of factors. It could be the environmental factors, it can be the pollution could be the visibility. Right, so it's not the birth of the moon, that marks the beginning and the end of the month. It's this sighting. It is the sighting. All right. So but these are precise measures. So Illumina data is telling us look at this whole synchronous system in the world. For light, there is a source and for darkness, there is a place and there are times fixed times there's a system that never goes wrong.

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All of that is is designed to the like to the minut details, everything is figured out everything runs according to plan and according to that system. And not only that, this natural phenomenon actually has an impact on you. You organize your day your human life by means of that. Allah said John and Howard on the Anusha and we made the daytime a means of living for you. That's a time for you to pursue your living, to pursue your goals to go about your

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And the night Allah made it what Subrata time for sleep.

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And that's the term for optimal health. You know, missing sleep at night creates a lot of problems with your, your physical physiology in your system.

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So Allah is saying you live in a world that is perfect, everything is figured out everything is interconnected.

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Allah has perfected his creation.

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And you are part of that creation. You have a precise system working within you. And you were given a prescription, a system for how you can run the system and manage it.

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And the one who gave you all your livelihood and everything, every detail about your life has been figured out as being taken care of, we think Allah is going to

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that Allah figure that Allah has put a clear system for you for your food, for your birth, for your livelihood, for your activities. Allah has made like Allah has created a precise measure for every detail about every aspect of your life, then when it comes to the purpose of your life, and how you should live this life and the ultimate meaning of this life, Allah is gonna leave you like that

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doesn't make sense. It doesn't make sense. Then Allah subhanaw taala concludes the surah with an example of a people who believed otherwise, who did not cultivate themselves what happened to those people, Allah sent them a messenger and that shows any departure from the guidance of Allah is going to end up ugly.

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No matter how humans that you know, you will find today, let's relate it to today. Today, people will tell you tell you, you know, you need to live just good and not harm anyone.

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This is a very naive only.

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Because this is how it starts, it ends up these ideas end up with what with genocide, and human history is full of those.

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Human History is full of those.

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Throughout history, there are people who had fancy ideas, utopian ideas about how life should be right. And we want everyone to be safe, everyone to have rights. And all this is how it looks like but because you don't know the dynamics of life, you don't see the back end or the far end of all of this, how this is going to play out. These utopian ideas like socialism, and Marxism ended up

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you know, wiping out and killing and torturing millions of people.

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The moment you don't you disagree with them.

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They see that they have a right to violate you that you're no longer a human being. You don't have a sanctity, they can destroy your life, they can kill you, they can chase your children.

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And this story, this has been the story of humanity over and over again. So don't be deluded by the first

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or early signs of any kind of thought or ideology or way of life.

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They end up if they are not because there's only one truth, Allah and His truth. If you if you don't align with that you're going to embrace falsehood and falsehood will always bring about pain, destruction ruin. That's it. There's no safety for humans without Allah.

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There's no way literally, if humans are left to themselves, they're gonna kill each other, ruin each other. And, you know, we have to realize that we are brainwashed today, what the media tells us we don't know the world we live in. Well, like there's a lot of suffering in this world that we are not aware of. But the technologies have become very advanced as to where to channel our attention.

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That there is a reality right in front of our eyes and we don't see it.

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We don't see it.

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In fact, many people say we live today in the best era of the human history, there has never been many people affluent and happy and give her the rights as as there were times no this is this is how they like to show modern life

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but the previous times there's no one now to apply cosmetics to them that just what we know about them you can see the ugly face for what it is.

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But there is a lot of stuff going on in our world today. People suffering people are being violated.

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So it's all about impression management today and this is a reality that we have to be aware of.

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Okay enough with this surah So inshallah we can certainly Bennett, we can manage.

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Mr. Medina.

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The man said, Yo, Mama hota Allah to acetyl Surah to that oxime will be handled but

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you know when

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this leave it for next week. So let's consider this more of a warm up show.

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Next week, we'll go at a faster pace. I want to give you

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You guys time for questions and maybe before Maverick 10 minutes that inshallah Today's Friday

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today from evil entrepreneur advice

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on their hearts, they do what

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you mentioned that some people buy people thoughts or actions, they come they cover their hearts and they think it's alright as long as they don't actually go to a library

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that's not exactly what I meant, if I said that no what I said people entertain evil intentions. So for example, someone hates another person, they keep imagining in the heart the punching them or that this person you know experiences pain or whatever he has is destroyed and they entertain that thought and they live in this fantasy world and they think what, having acted this out

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many people say this is what the Prophet SAW Selim said in an Allaha put to jail was the OMA to be in Fusa madam, technical MBA Alta Melby Allah subhanaw taala has forgiven for my Alma what they had in their minds Hadith enough's again, I'm going to explain what that is,

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madam, as long as the person doesn't speak it out or act it out. Many people think okay, yeah, I can envy this person in my heart and hate them and wish them evil. As long as I don't translate that verbally or actually, then I'm good. Many scholars indicate this is not how it goes. Actually, if you allow this poison in your heart is gonna eat at your heart and ruin it and destroy the elements of good in the heart.

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This is not Hadith in this hadith enough's. The most accurate definition of Hadith enough's is the passing thoughts.

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You see someone that you you don't like them, and you just a thought passes through your mind, I wish I can punish this person.

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This cold. Haha. Oh, Cadila. Okay, passing thought.

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If you don't engage with that, leave it because that's most likely whisper from Shavon or from your neffs, the lower self.

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That's her Deaconess. That's most accurate. But if you engage in the thought, and it turns into an inner movie that you play over and over again, and you wish evil for that person, this is one of the actions of the heart. This is not different nerves. This is an action of the heart. You're engaged in that in the claim and I can't remember exactly where he mentioned this but he says sometimes, and he's not giving advice for evil but he's saying sometimes when you entertain a sin He says if you act it out is better than you keep it in keep having fancy dreams about it.

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Because you would fall in it and most likely maybe repent or regret. But if you keep it in your mind, do you still feel safe because you haven't acted out but what it does it eats at your heart.

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So that's what I meant by this. So don't allow evil to reside in your heart and just have the Hadith in mind or the misunderstanding of the Hadith in mind the Hadith enough's, most likely, which is sometimes translated as this inner dialogue, it's not an inner dialogue it's mainly a passing thought

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that something she had planned throws don't engage in it, don't entertain it, that's the meaning of it. But if you catch it and allow it in that's exactly the mechanism for creating intention and eventually behavior.

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Okay, other questions? Does this clarify the point? Why Yeah. Any questions?

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Yes, yes.

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You need to speak up

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the most effective way for you to skate enough's.

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Turn to Allah.

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Call upon him, cry out, ask him to give you this insecurity

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and the best way to purify yourself Allah mentioned in the Quran

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that he sent down the Quran

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as a healing for what's in the chests in the heart. So really, and the scholars are all agreed that you will find them saying a version of this statement that there is nothing better for the heart than contemplating the Quran.

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So that would be it. Most of us don't do that the book, don't do concentrate

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And even those who study in Pepsi or they don't do it at the bar, the reading some explanation. That number is very intense process of engaging with the Quran. And it's really about trying to understand the purpose and understand the purpose by what? By contemplation by living, immersing yourself in the verse allowing the verse to shape you. Okay? It's a high engagement with something and not It's not purely intellectual.

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You allow your heart to go in, you invest in it.

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Okay, so the process that so that would be it.

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Allah subhanaw taala tells us your mission in this life is to do Teskey of your neffs So apparently, everything in Islam feeds into this. Every injunction in Islam feeds into this and boils down to this point.

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So there's nothing like I can come up with this a new technology for test kit enough's. automatically when you hear this, this is a hoax. Don't don't take that. The word the Prophet SAW Selim came with this with this kit enough's. That's it. Nothing but what Allah subhanaw taala brought or sent down with Prophet Muhammad's law and himself.

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Other questions?

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Is this a question? Go ahead.

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That's actually a very good question.

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She's asking, Is this a safe country for kids? What do you think?

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You know, this requires a lecture

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which can get me in trouble.

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Federal law there's no safety for anyone until they meet a master.

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All right. There's no safety. There's no safety.

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We live in

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not only our times, this is how this dunya is designed. This is how this dunya is designed. We are targeted by an enemy ship one who has sworn dedicated his life to destroying humans and leading them to the hellfire.

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So you can't rest.

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You can just say I feel safe now. Because the moment you've you feel safe.

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That is safe on speaking in your hand.

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There's no safety. All right. We are suppose there's no we're supposed to keep going.

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We're supposed to keep working. lapad Holopainen insane if you can but Allah says we've created man in what to toil. What does that mean? To work hard to Allah

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to work hard to Allah, while tuna no Raha to elaborate tan rest can only be attained by hard work.

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a novel I had to learn.

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That rest can never be attained by arrest. consensus among the scholars, you cannot attain rest by resting can only attain rest, which is in Jannah. by hard work. Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah Who to add and his old age later years his son sila Nerys. He says I was with my dad

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and my dad had the books and you know at the time they didn't have pens they had

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they had their own they had their bottles small bottle of ink and the old kind of pens or straw straw pens that they would write with. This is how they would write. So

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um, man sees him and Muhammad.

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He says hi Muhammad Isla Mehta.

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And how long are you going to hold on to this man? Because he was old, maybe in his late like 70s very old man.

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Remember he looks at him and he says, Barbara l ma Kabbalah

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with this bottle of ink to the grief

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in Santa Barbara.

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I am a seeker of knowledge and I live my life till the last moment as someone who seeks knowledge

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as someone whose This is the man that one of his students asked him Yeah, Imam

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are you 50 Men half of AMI Elfi Hadith. We asked him I'm like someone who has memorized 100,000 Hadith narrations

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can they give fit one? Call Allah

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they say 200,000

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Allah He said no, there are 300,000.

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Allah He said No, said 400,000. He said our Julho perhaps on the veg.

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They said 500,000 He said, just starting,

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just starting

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last time alone, alright, so we see that, again.

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Knowledge is deep, and knowledge is wide. And oftentimes we we know very little, but we are under the impression that I know much. Why, because we compare ourselves to people who don't know,

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people who don't know. But the thing is, you know, knowledge requires a lot. And you need to give it so much of yourself as the scholars of the past said a little more in Plato, Babak them up, let me go to the cache. When athletes who could look up

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knowledge of Islam, if you give it part of yourself, meaning you do part time,

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it's not going to give you anything, meaning it's going to give you a little

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not that knowledge is not general generous, but knowledge is a preoccupation.

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It's not something you do on the side.

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It is one of the it's probably the most demanding of all specializations.

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So but if you give it all of yourself is going to give you some of itself.

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It's going to give you some so we need to take knowledge of Islam seriously, that doesn't mean this is this is addressed to people who want to study to become teachers to become people of knowledge, not someone who is learning to apply like you learn your Salah to perform your Salah correctly to know you know how to make will do what breaks your will do what makes you Salah valid, what makes it invalid. Alright how to fast or you have to give zakat you have to understand the rulings of Zakah you doing business you need to understand what's halal, what's haram transactions, plus something you have to do with the Prophet you have to learn what the Prophet SAW Selim said, Allah will tell

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me forever to Allah Cooley Muslim seeking knowledge is an obligation upon every muslim meaning what you need to do, what you need to engage in.

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We probably have time for one time for one question, Do we have another question? Before we close?

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Short answer yes.

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So people who believe in Allah subhanaw taala.

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People who are Muslim, Muslim, meaning the followers of all the prophets previously and eventually Prophet Muhammad started selling.

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But true followers of the true messages of the prophets, okay, not the distorted ones, not the modern versions.

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And not someone who disbelieves in Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and another religion often the prophets. I said

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if there are sins our way they're good deeds. And the Lord doesn't forgive them. They have to serve a term in the hellfire.

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They have to serve a term in the hellfire and then when they are cleared from that evil

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they will be allowed into paradise. The prophets Allah mentioned this, okay, and why because

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no evil interest Jenna.

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No Evil is allowed into Jenna. So someone has not cultivated themselves properly. So obviously they're going to have more since

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that heart is not going to go into genuine, it has to be purified.

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So Jelena own is only about good, nothing but goodwill into it. So, so people either qualify for it or not.

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And the Hellfire is the place for pure evil

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for pure evil.

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But zanla Hara and sha Allah will meet

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next Friday, Bettina to Allah at seven o'clock, meeting Allah and if you are able, at least before you come to Rizzolatti ballad, just have a look at it and just read it. It would, it would give you some kind of Head Start as we inshallah engage with a stuffed seal, which is up in LA Farah, sloths, the messenger Muhammad Abdul Salam Zakaria for reading with us. Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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