The Language Of The Quraan – Episode 07

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AI: Summary © The importance of learning to fit in with Al Fatiha is crucial for success in a job, and the "whispers of sh matter" in bringing people back from evil thoughts is crucial. The "whispers of sh matter" in bringing people back from evil thoughts is a driver for evil thoughts, and the "whispers of sh matter" in bringing people back from evil thoughts is a driver for a "will" and "will" to indicate seeking forgiveness. The importance of fulfilling a command alone to avoid negative feelings and emotions is emphasized, and the need for people to have a higher authority to put them in control is emphasized. The importance of working with others is also emphasized, and the use of words like "will" and "will" in connecting people to their image of the universe is discussed. The importance of privacy and remembering laws is emphasized, as well as the use of "robe" in the title of the book and the difficulty of remember
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah

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language of the Quran, Allah says seven we are up to saltiness. Today inshallah, we're going to look at the importance of this sort of being the last sort of the Quran. What does that mean for us also, we're going to link this sorta to Al Fatiha, because it is the first sort of analysis, the last surah. And we said, the beginning of the Quran links to the end of the Quran, as though it's one connected speech from Allah has ever done. So we're going to connect them. And then we're going to look at the name What is ns mean sort of the nurse, we're going to look at the meanings behind that, and how it connects with the theme of the suta. And then we're going to take a look at 123 we're

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going to focus on the words but also how they link as well.

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Very interesting surah it's actually one of my favorite. And so part of the more you learn to sort of the more becomes your favorite as well you notice so when you're learning and better fit as your favorite, but when you learn as a nurse becomes your favorite and when you learn to go further that becomes your favorite animal him. Allah azza wa jal kept this surah as the last surah in the Quran, as though it's a last piece of advice, as though it's a final was a year. Final testament. It is if Allah azza wa jal is telling us if you forgot everything, don't forget this, that shavon is out to get you and he wants to take over your heart. So remember Allah azza wa jal and constantly seek His

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So that's how important it is a larger gel kept the Quran in terms of the cost arrangement of the sower, we sorted the NASS being the last soul of the Quran, as though it's a final piece of advice, a final testament, you know, when a person is going overseas, and you want to give them some advice, you're going to give them some meaningful advice, right? You're not going to see someone for many years, you're not going to write a final piece of advice, you're going to make sure it's important, you're going to make the most of it. So this is like the final advice in the Quran in the sense of the order and arrangement of the sower. If you're going overseas, your mom's not going to, don't

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forget to take out the rubbish Tuesday night.

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Don't forget to change your underwear every day, right? It's gonna be something more important, like have Taqwa of Allah wherever you go, and something which is meaningful. So it's important advice. And it's the last piece of advice. And he think of it like that.

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Also, if you look at this sort of is split into two halves. It six is the first three heir to talking about who

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the creator Allah. And the next three ads are talking about shaitan and the creation, so creator and creation, two equal halves. And even though I am said in his book alphabet, that the root of all goodness is Allah.

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So the sutra is split into two, creator and creation.

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And he said, the root of all goodness, the source of all goodness is Allah.

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And the root cause of all evil is shaitan.

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And that's how the surah is split into those two parts, the first half talking about Allah second half talking about shaitan. Therefore, there is

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no creator, creation. So Allah and shaitan. And he said that the source of all evil starts with the thought the mind, that's where all evil begins. The worst worst straight on. So to combat that, to combat evil thoughts, have good thoughts. And the best of thoughts are those of a lot of hate. And also, he said, Our canned email.

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So I'll write that for you. So this tool is split into two parts. The first part is talking about the creator a lot at is 123. And then the creation, which is a specific shaitan.

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I add for a six. And so Allah is the source of all good.

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Well, Satan is the

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source of all evil,

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source and root, same thing.

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Because the root at something is really where the source of something is. And so just as a thought, is the source of all evil, and how does he get you with evil thoughts?

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And that's what the story's about. And what's worse, the whispers the constant whispers of shaytaan evil thoughts, how do you combat that?

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with pure thoughts.

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force of Allah thoughts of the head.

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And that's why our candle Eman, the pillars of Eman they were.

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Firstly, there in the heart. Sure the

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felicite meant to believe in Allah and then his angels and his books and his messengers, and the last day and Divine Decree, it's really belief of the heart and the mind. And what the shaitaan wish to corrupt the heart and mind. I love you whsv Sophie so Doreen as he whispers way in the chests, beaches of mankind, so he wants to take over the heart. So that's why he man, the pillars of the man are there. So it's almost to take over that that connection that pillars of matter in the heart shaitan whispers there because he wants to take over the heart law. So don't think pillars of Eman are something that you just rattle off on the tongue? Yes, I know. So many

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people, that's how they learn. Unfortunately, I can imagine it's something that you need to constantly be thinking of and be on your mind. Did you know that the average mind the average human has 60,000 thoughts a day?

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So shaitan wishes to corrupt those thoughts. The average human has 60,000 thoughts a day?

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Daily, the look of the importance of this sort of 60,000 thoughts. So if you're not thinking of good things, you're thinking of bad things. Sure. This is something that's gonna benefit you or something it's not.

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So Allah azza wa jal is teaching us this is the source of pure thoughts of a towhead after the first pillar of humanity is to believe in Allah. And he also said the main claim in his book and forward, it's a very good book, and for where the benefits he because everyone flame was a specialist when it came to skip to knifes and diseases of the heart and purifying the soul. And he talks about how among the best things you can think of is to think of Allah and the Last Day of Judgment, Hellfire and paradise. It's upon a lot in the pillars of humanity. It's an Mina bill Jamelia had to believe in the last day. So thinking of those things, are going to combat the bad things, thinking of those

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pure things of Am I going to combat those evil thoughts? That's the importance of this topic.

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See, what allows you to keep this is the last sort of, very important, very important concept.

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Also, this surah summarizes, really, in fact, the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim and the prophets of Salaam Hadith summarizes the sutra or he said, in Felicity muda. In the body, there's a morsel of flesh in a solid that saw the holiday Sudoku, if it is correct, good and sound, the whole body is correct, good and sound, either faster that however, if it's corrupt, faster than just the color, the whole body is corrupt, Allah will, he'll know that it is the heart, the heart is that most of the flesh, it's that organ. If that's good, the whole body is good. And if it's bad, the whole body is bad. And we said, what the shirt on which to corrupt? The heart, the pseudocode he's going into

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pseudocode, the chest strap access the heart. It's like a fortress, literally, the heart has been surrounded with the pseudo right, the chests. And so just like an army wishes to infiltrate, or the enemy wishes to infiltrate that fortress and Castle as exactly what shaitan does, he doesn't have the key to your heart. Unless you give it to him. You give it to him by engaging in sin and forgetting Allah Xhosa. And this topic is so important. And we're going to say really, people who are having problems with sin, or with dating, or with girls, or guys or music, or just sins in general, will see this is the surah the answer and the solution to the problems you're going to see

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So a very important concept. So that's the importance of this tool. And just as a side point, interestingly enough, we said the way to combat evil thought is by thinking of our can, Allah man, right, the pillars of the man, how many pillars of humanity? Six, and how many? I attend the sort of six panel amazing connection, raising connection, Allahu Akbar.

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So six is six pillars of Eman. So the best way you can come back evil thoughts is by focusing on the man.

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Now let's look at the links between effort and analysis.

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I think in many ways,

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among them,

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is the concept of a tawheed.

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What is the

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oneness of Allah is a belief in the oneness of Allah, in his actions, in his names, in his attributes in his essence in all of the categories of authority and you can speak to him

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into two paths as it no Tamia did or three categories as if not by him did. And this is something which is common today to hate the split into three years to hate, a rovia then, and a smell suffer. And then a Lulu here, but to hate that allows your up is your Creator, your sustainer to hate in our last names and attributes of a unique to him and to hate in his worship. In other words, we worship none but him we singled him out in worship. So if you look at some of the Fatiha starts with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen rub the tauheed of Ruby of Allah is your master creator sustainer goodness within us how does it begin?

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To be a robin Robin mentioned also

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you are better suited for her next area or ramen or him then after that Maliki Yama Dean R Rahman r Rahim Allah Al Rahman Al Rahim and Malika Medina Names of Allah correct.

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The towhead of a loss, a smart or Seaford go to saltiness next ayah after kodagu Filipinas Melaka nurse Malik is one of those

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names that are hateable, last names and attributes also to that connection. Let's go back to sort of Fatiha era cannibal domains. You will learn we worship, worship that or hate of worship, to single out alone worship. Go to certain us next

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Illa heinous. What's the ILA?

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Yeah, the word Illa, commonly translated as God actually came from the Arabic word Allah.

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Allah means what

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means I better? What does it mean to worship? So the word Illa actually means the one worshiped

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the one worship that came from Allah had to worship. So that's Elena's indicating to hit an O here. And the word UI came from Allah and Allah, all those words are connected because they share letters. True. Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah here, they have the Elif Hamza, the lambda.

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And when word Sheila is they share meanings. So Ilaha NAS is referring to Allah is the one worshiped to hit a Lulu here, just like a fancy house upon Direct Connect, direct relationship. In other words, the beginning of the Quran to the end of the Quran is a call to toe Hades panel if you had to summarize the code. And

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that's one way you can do

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the beginning of the most half to the end of the most half is a call to toe hate. So don't listen to those imbeciles who say, don't study don't hate, it's not important. Or it's going to confuse you How can not be important when the beginning of the cram and the end of the Quran talks about this. It's a connection.

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The whole Quran is a quarter hate, it's a quarter allows oneness. In fact, we were created for tauheed. And the first pillar of Eman is tauheed. And the first pillar of Islam is about tawheed. And the first aisle 30 has about Turkey. And the first I revealed it was about two feet. And the first command in the Quran is about Turkey. And the first thing Allah told us before creation and Mr. Barrow become Mr. Hale, and the first thing in the grave is my Arab book is to hate to hate or hate or hate. How important is this topic. And Ito hate is what the revelation opened up with. So he is also the fact he began with to hate this what we were introduced with, to hate this will save us

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in the grave, or Hades or save us from the punishment to hate is what we were created for adore hate is what every believer was

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and must not to hate. Every believer must know how important is this topic. We will query for this topic to hate. So that's a an amazing connection between certain fatty acids.

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Another way they connect

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suited the nurse and certain Fatiha

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about seeking help and aid. If we look at what the federal how we say economic understanding, what's the state when

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we're seeking

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aid and help, right we're seeking aid and help. And that's called Alice deonna.

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In Arabic is the honor is to seek help.

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Well in saltiness,

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we're seeking help also. What type of help we're asking a lot to

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uncertainness sweeteners protect us, protect us against the shaitaan Sure, and that's in Arabic called Alistair either.

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That's why starts off with an arrow

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Is the other is to seek protection.

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So in the beginning of the Quran, it's about it's the

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end of the Quran it is the other. What do you notice?

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Yeah, same word, only one letter difference is the NA, SDR, the. So in the beginning we're seeking help and aid and the end was seeking protection.

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See the connection? In other words from certain factor has taken us from the beginning of the Quran to the end of the Quran. Allah is teaching us constantly seek His help and constantly seek His protection. In other words, from the beginning of your life, to the end of your life, constantly seek Allah's help and constantly seek protection. Don't think that you don't need Allah's help.

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Allahu Akbar, what a lesson. So it's a constant thing. It's a lifelong lesson, timeless meanings in the Quran.

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One more, although there are many, well, we'll limit it to three ways they connect for now.

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In effect, how we say iaca nabooda abodo. You we worship Not you, I worship true. And

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when we seek to help guide us, what's common about all those things? unity? So we're asking a lot as a group

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together as a collective body? Sure. But uncertainness it's not called narrow do we seek protection it?

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What does that mean?

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I, I seek a loss predict. So it's individual. So the way they connect,

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is that they have an opposite relationship. So in certain fad diets, we're seeking help together as a group. We're a sort of nurse, it's more of an individual basis, teaching us that. Just as you don't neglect working together as a group as a collective body together, don't neglect what you do, individually. Seek help together. You know, when you get together with the sisters, your demand goes up, you pray together, you fast together, when you do things together, you are being also protected against the straight on, because you must strong as a group. And also, don't forget your individual protection, you need that as well. When you're alone, at home, no one's around, you don't have your

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friends with you. You also need that protection as well. So don't forget to seek a loss protection when you're alone. But also, when you're a group, of course, it's much more easier. And there are other ways they can connect. Like Of course we said just as sort of a split into two with creative and creation likewise with NASA split into two parts, Korean creation. And other way is is sort of at the heart, we're asking a lot to protect us from two negative influences, and Machiavellian Mullah Bolin. And so the national asking a lot to protect us from two negative influences, misogyny, nuttiness, the whispers of the Shelton and people. There's other ways, there's many, some are like

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Matt mentioned up to 10. But I'm not going to just leave I think the main three that I think we can relate to and are among the most important.

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So let's start with the sorta itself.

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With that, as an introduction, you can see how important this folder is, and how it links with the Fatiha and for us, it gives us timeless meanings in the Quran.

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So what about the name sort of the nurse? The word nurse is plural for insane, though is the intern? Yeah, the human the moral the person. And NASA is of course, plural. In other words, the people so and as you could say, people or mankind.

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Now this sorta is about war in general, seeking a lot of protection against shaitaan. And when did he start to whisper when we forget Allah true, when you remember Allah is nowhere to be seen. But when you forget, a light takes over. So really, this sort of you had to summarize it. It's about remembrance, true remembrance of who

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I love. And that's why I start with Rob. Rob bidness, then Melaka Zilla and start with our last names. So if you had to summarize this surah there's many ways you can summarize it. But one of the ways is remembrance. This sorta is about the remembrance. And interestingly enough,

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an se in Arabic is another name for the forgetful one.

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Who an se Sure. So this sort of

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about remembering Allah. And the word nurse is connected to Nessie which means forget for one, because mankind and people are very forgetful. That's part of our nature. So yeah, so and Nancy.

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And Nancy in Arabic means the forgetful one.

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And this song is about remembering color.

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Nursing, Yep, sure.

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Say a nasty. In fact, nurse in

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Arabic means forget for one also, same thing.

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And of course, this soda is about people, mankind, because mankind are very forgetful. So the sutra is about us as humans, but it's also in the name, it's indicating it's also about forgetting, don't forget Allah. And if you do forget, a lot of times gonna take over

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nursin in Arabic also means forget, for one. It's just an it's like a Muslim and l Muslim, right? When you place le flam. That's what it does.

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So the sword is about people about mankind, US allies giving us this sort of to protect us against the shaitaan but it's also indicating that it's about forgetfulness, and just by itself means what nurse means people, people, yeah, but it came from the word nesea, which means to forget, because as humans we are very forgetful. So the word nurse, and insam came from Miss yen in Arabic. That's where they came from. in Arabic, Miss Yun

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means forgetfulness.

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And insan means human.

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Yeah, that's right.

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That's right. You could say that as Oh, no. Miss this yarn.

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And inside

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the shell is right look, the known

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in the scene I live known. I show the exact same letters. It means misia and insane. So we're called Insan. Human, because we forget a lot. That's one of the meanings.

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We're very forgetful. creatures, forgetful by nature.

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So interestingly enough, this sorta

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in summary is talking about people make on and how they forget.

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So let's look at the is now in detail.

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The first word is good. What does one mean?

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Is that a command? It is a command.

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So what do we learn by that?

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A lot of Johnny's saying, say this call it's a command, a lot could have said is to either seek protection, but he's giving us a command. Why? Because we said this sword is about seeking help, right seeking protection. Now before we enter into a loss protection, he wants us to enter into his obedience. When you obey this command, have you obeyed a law? You have are saying do this, okay, I'll do it. You have a beta look at when you enter into the Lord's obedience you've entered into his worship. When you're worshiping a law, you're more eligible to ask. Sure. So Allah azza wa jal is saying, say this is a command. All is a command. It's called phantom limb.

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In Arabic,

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it's a command. So when you obey a command, you've entered into worship.

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And when you enter into worship, you are now

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doing what Allah wants. Thus, you were eligible.

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You were eligible

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to ask

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for loans.

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In other words, if you weren't allowed to listen to you, you're asking for protection against radon true what

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We have to do. You have to listen to him very simple, true, simple logic. You want to love to listen to you. Well, guess what, listen to him. So Allah is saying do this. And by doing it, you're not eligible for the protection. So Allah wants to give you protection. So you say, Look, do this first and then I'll give you if do we say, pull out the belovedness. That's it very easy. It's a lot on the tongue. And I wasn't asking you to do something hard. Like say this, and I hope you just do what I want. You can imagine a young child Mom, I want to play station mom on a PlayStation Mom, Mom, mom, before we say hello, honey.

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Right good. Arabic slang like get out of here, right? We think, huh? My son does he deserve it? Wait, he does know what I'm telling him. I tell him to do the you know to pray on time doesn't do it to do his homework on time doesn't do it to take out the rubbish doesn't do to do the dishes doesn't do it. Now, I'm not going to give you what you want. In other words, if you want something you have to be doing is I'm telling you. Sure. Also, you go to your boss, look, can I get a pay rise? Please look at your file. Hammer the boundaries always late never on time never fulfill his duties? No, I'm not going to give you what you want. So if you want something, you have to listen to me. So laws are

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just saying you want protection. Well, listen to me first do this. So people who have a problem when they dry is not answered. Going back to Sveta. The problem is that the

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the problem is their obedience, they're not obeying the commands of Allah. They're not worshiping Allah. Of course, I was not going to meet their request, dislike a boss is looking to meet your request for their payrolls, if you're not doing what he wants, and our parents are going to meet the child's request. Likewise, the law is not going to meet our request if we're not doing what he wants. So that being a command to power teaches us an important lesson. That's one word. It's two less two letters, literally. But the meanings behind that are great. That's the first listen, obey the command and allows which will give you what you want.

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the fact that it's called

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Allah saying, say this.

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It's, as we said, it's a command and by saying that you're declaring that you need help. Sure. And a lot of times humans have a problem with ego, arrogance. I don't want to ask it too much pride will say no, say they say you need my help. So it makes you humble, and humbles you.

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Because you are declaring true.

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When you declare something

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you're admitting that you're weak, you're admitting you need help. It humbles you.

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And humbleness is something that shaitan doesn't have true. And this song is about shaytaan. So we're not just asking God to protect us from straight on what's going on to protect us from his attributes which are arrogance. So Allah saying say this, okay, I'll say old meter I need your help you Allah.

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Allah azza wa jal, also by teaching us to sell coal.

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to plant the seed, and do our part.

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We have to start first

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are saying Do you want a prediction? You want something you want help you want assistant, play your part?

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I'll do the rest. Don't just sit there doing nothing expecting you're going to get help by law.

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If you look at Medallia cillum she just had a baby just delivered a sir. She needed food provision, Allah told us her shake the date palm. Now their palm is extremely heavy, extremely hard to shake. How you going to shake it? A group of men can't even do it. How's a woman going to do it? And she just gave birth. She's weak she's fragile how she gonna do a lot just want her to do her part. And she did so very softly and the dates filled.

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Also more says mother allows justice to her to place more Sally's lemonade cask and put them in the river.

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You do the deed will do the rest. Don't worry, I'm not protected Masada Silla.

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So protection helped came when they did the part. Also when muesli gets to the ocean, a Lazarus tells him to strike the ocean with this stuff with his stick. It seems impossible, generally possible when all other guests just do what Allah wants to do the command. All you have to worry about is doing your part alone to the wrist, strike the ocean with your stick yamasa sir, the sea splits into 12 different channels for the 12 tribes of Israel to cross. Just play your part. Know how they sell them. Another example. Allah tells him just build the ship, it seems impossible. Build a house that floats basically,

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and put animals on there as well. seems impossible. Just do your part will do the rest upon Allah he does so. So Allah is teaching us over and over. If you want something, you just have to play your part. Don't think it's impossible. No matter how irrational that command seems, or how far fetched those results seem, just do your part allows you to do the rest. Nothing's impossible to allow nothing to

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Do your part alone will take care of the rest. That's the lesson. And we can go on and I'll be mentioning the stories of the seller and the price predecessors, how they just have to do something. And Allah wants us to learn that very important principle. And I love goodness with the ocean Formosa without him striking the sea. Allah could have said down the date without Miriam, shaking the tree, but Allah is teaching us that you have to do something, and I'll take care of the rest. That's the lesson a very important lesson.

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Basically to work with.

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Now, the example would be Ibrahim asked to slaughter his son, okay, although look, you know, I want to get a few years out of him to help me to shop told me I work, then Hello slaughter my son, I'm gonna do it. And Allah azza wa jal, of course provided a way of him.

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So if you're thinking, look, I have a problem and things aren't going right. Just take that just do the action. If you look at when Musashi Salaam,

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was told by Allah azza wa jal, he first received revelation, Allah azza wa jal told Moosa to throw his stuff and to mosey through the stick. What happened to it turned into a snake? What is the law say?

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He said, Take it don't feed. Now, if something's frightening, what's the first thing you tell someone, don't feed it all right, take it true. You say first don't fee you calm them down. And then you say take it a lot didn't say that. He switched it. He said, Take it, don't feed. In other words, allows wants us to do the action, fulfill the command, and then your fees will go later.

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A lot of sisters, that's how I want to put on the hijab and I'm only when I'm ready, just do the deed put on the hijab already alone will take care of the rest.

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Just do what you have to do. And then Allah will of course expel and remove all those fees and those negative feelings and emotions later on. That's what was teaching us here are people to say only when you know I'm not scared and only when I'm reading, just do the date alone will take care of it. And whoever relies on the laws of German law provide a way out for them.

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No, that's right. Just do the day. That's an interesting one allows you to talk Musashi sallam, he said, What is it? Take it don't see but usually you'll tell someone the opposite you say don't take it. It's alright. True. And especially if it's your child or someone younger than you say, don't you try to send them down first? Because we're just saying you want to get settled. You want to be relaxed. You can use this for your stress. Okay, you

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I didn't actually what did you write stress course perfect. So you're stressed out just fulfill the command on lower remove those Danny the anxiety Miriam Allison she had no food mousse Alison was worried he's gonna get killed by frown. And Abraham Allison I'm also and so Miriam's ma mo says mother worry so if you're feeling the anxiety anxiety, you're feeling anxious and you're stressed and just allows was telling us to do the deed and he'll take care of the rest.

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So beautiful just from one word call to letters, we looked at three different meanings

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in other words, fulfill the command alone meet your demand

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we just made that up.

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So you can add that to this dress because there's no copyright cover. So look at the name so get by the mirror image of stresses that you were telling you that yes

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So let's look at 123 pull out to be Robin nurse mannequin nurse Ella heinous. We're asking a lot on our own we said Our goal is to seek is not just to seek protection but it's to enter into prediction. We said esta Ito in Arabic I stylo is when you're seeking like is the hora the Elif seen and third benefit with ellefson enter indicates seeking is the heart of what about when you're seeking forgiveness. What is that called?

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Is the fall right. I still feel a lot. So the Elif seen and that in the beginning of word indicates seeking What about to seek help IE economic do Erica Nesta in a Stein? So it's not called a Stein? It's right. It's called esta it's also it's called arrow indicating we're not seeking here. We're entering into a loss of protection immediately. That's how dire the situation is. So it's not seeking we're entering. Then we're asking Allah by His name's

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Robin smelliness ella hyenas. Now what Robin? We said, Master it's commonly translated as Lord but in fact to how we said master we're not going to go over every single word again. But rather that's why it's important to attend all the lessons are obvious master then we're asking my

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nakedness. So Allah is the master of mankind and the Melek of mankind. What's Malik? King? Excellent. Malik was owner good. So is the king of mankind, then Allah, what is Allah?

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Yeah, the one worshiped. So you could say deity, or one worshiped.

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Now, interestingly, why are these three names? Allah has over 90 names, you could have chosen any three names. Why Rob Malik, and ILA

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but there's other names that refer to Allah. That's what have this two web? There's alim, this Kareem as well. Hey, only the only master the only the only one to be worshipped by laws only, man. Remember?

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can he can control the

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good, but Malik is different from Malik. You said Malik.

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Yeah. But there's alkazi the old powerful the or Abel, there's other words to indicate that there's alcovy, the most powerful so there's other names indicator?

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What's the surah? About?

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Man Who knows? people, people, humans have three main stages in their lives. And first, these three names indicate that how? What are the three stages of a human's life? First stage.

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They're really on what's that called? childhood true, or infancy.

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And then they grow up

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adolescence, teenagers.

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after that, old age, maturity,

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I think I'm reaching that the gray hairs are coming.

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Now, when you're a child, you're in need, you need someone to look after you to nurture you. And the father of the house is called what

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Rob will buy. And that's captured With the name of Allah. Rob, he's the one who nurtures looks after maintain sustains, that's what you need. When you're a child, young, true. You need the Rob and Rob by in Arabic Europe B is to upbringing.

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Say a little via that via and Rob by European Arabic is to upbringing as captured in master. So it's about nurse people. And people have three main phases and stages

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in their lives.

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Now, next stage,

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they become teenagers. They think that all that right. I'm the king, I'm the king cuz no one can touch me, I'm the best. I'm the king of my domain. No one told me what to do. They're not really listening to the master of the house, the father or the mother, right? They usually need a higher authority to put them in check. They go off tracks, on drugs, pubs, clubs, they need someone above them. Usually they don't listen to mom and dad anymore. They usually need someone higher, perhaps the government or back then was the king of the country. So they need someone to put them in check. And that's found in mexicanus. That authority is captured in Malik Malik. So it could be the police

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force or it could be the government it could be the king a higher authority is putting them in jail.

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And then usually when a person you know, gets out of the jail, Hillier becomes more mature in old age where they do settle down. They get married have 2.5 kids, and they usually engage in more worship. I'll go ahead now and they relax a bit. They you see them a lot in the messenger then. So they engaged in a lot of more worship and that's captured in in a

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closer to Yeah, that's right. I better start worshiping because I might die soon. That's right. Another one a lot of people that

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a lot of people usually defined as exceptions. A lot of people go back to a loss or Jelena finally is if they don't that's a problem. So soprano three main stages, and those are the three names that are captured in those stages.

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Yeah, returns to worship settles down.

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You don't find someone who's like an old shave. going out with a teenager spray painting walls and stuff doing burnouts and Macquarie Street, find that. So usually find them a bit more, you know, this will work on a settle down in worship.

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So that's one way of looking at it, we can look at it from the perspective of the name of the surah.

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Another way you can look at it while this renames is not from the name of the surah. But the theme of the sorta we said this theme is about seeking, protect protection and help requesting right we're requesting something from a lot.

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when people want something, they want help. They want requests.

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Have requests will usually go to,

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first and foremost, first and foremost, parents, someone close to them in the family tree. When you want something, you go to mom and dad, and we said, Rob Rob that I used for the mother and father.

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Imagine you get a fine, for example, you can't have enough money to pay, you go to mom and dad can help him with this for sure. So in terms of requests,

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you want help.

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Because this sort of seeking allows help you go to

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number one, the nub of the household, which is the father or the mother, if they can't help you, they can't make your request. You go to a higher authority, someone who's more able, as you say, you got that fine, no one can help you pay it off. You might write a letter to the government say, look, can you please, you know, exempt me from this fine, can you please drop the fine drop the charges, right, you go to a higher authority. That's the next stage, like a king perhaps.

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When all else fails, who do you turn to? God, Allah, the creator, Allah, to Allah, when you come into the creation, you turn to the Creator. So those are the stages of requesting also. So the one way you can look at it is the three stages of life. But also, you can look at the three stages of requests. So you know, Allah is teaching us here, and this is what you need to underline and right.

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If Allah can meet your most difficult requests, surely he can meet your easy requests. So don't just turn to along with things are tough and rough. But also for all matters when things are easy. That's how the Sahaba were, they would praise the hollow when it came to the shoes. Today, Muslims only praise to Hollywood, I want to get married. And they memorize the dryer as well. Anyway, things are very important, apparently, why you have to buy a car or house right? The price the color, but now the Sahaba would like that. They went to Allah robinus milkiness. Allah has all the time all the time for everything. I totally believe it is. That's what I was teaching. You don't just go to Allah

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as your last option. No, go to him first. And if a large object can solve your problem, when it gets hard, and surely you can solve it when it's easy.

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He can solve from the beginning. If Allah can solve your problem in the end, what do you ask you from the beginning?

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when things happen, you know when things go wrong, what do people do? As you know, people have helped me please, while look for a shoulder to cry on, and you have the ground to prostrate on. That's the answer, then just turn to Allah, in the end, as your last resort turned to him as your first resort.

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So what that teaches us also, that you turn to Allah first, last, and always. That's it. That's a valuable lesson there. Well, if you've only taken that as your lesson today, all Alhamdulillah I'm happy.

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I mentioned two more things, and we're done.

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It just gives you a better understanding.

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But also the miracles of the Quran. Yeah.

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Yeah. And then we read the sort of so often, we just recite one of the robinus mannequins, and we just try to, you know, like, get the prayer done with your mind. But the wisdom behind the order. Yeah, what really means it just changes your whole dimension. And what are we only pray that, you know, other Muslims

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can appreciate the Quran as you're starting to appreciate it hamdulillah. So you want me to repeat anything, because sometimes we do go a bit quick, and you might miss something. We said usually when people request, they go to their father or mother and that's found in blood. And then if they can't meet the request, they go to a higher authority, like a king or the government have someone to drop the fine to help them maybe give them some money or alone. And if they can't, they go to the Creator. They tend to allow and when the creation fails, you turn to the Creator, by law is really teaching us that don't just turn to him in the end 20 from the beginning. Don't make a lawyer last

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resort. Make him your first resort

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is system.

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There's many reasons why law may not answer your drop, he may be delaying something better, or Allah may delay a response because you're not ready to give it justice yet. And Allah knows that he's waiting. Oh, we said you are not fulfilling the commands of Allah a lot of Muslims you've seen this are making dry nothing's happening well, because you're not obeying a law. That's why Yeah, can Abu can before Yeah, can a Stein, you worship Allah, then you seek his help. So people who aren't getting what they want, perhaps because they're not doing what allowance? We said the parent right? If you want me to listen to you, you have to listen to me. So if you want to learn to listen to you

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have to listen to him. Next time someone says I wasn't listening to me will say have you checked yourself? Check yourself before you wreck yourself.

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Two more things. It's Robin nurse. Melaka. Nurse Ella. Hey nurse, what it allows Virgil Connect nurse to his name now

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law could have said the law and how the Lord of creation will not be similar to what the Lord of will the master of the heavens and the earth. And their greater. Allah actually said this in the plan, that the the creation of the semi wet the heavens and the earth are greater than the creation of men, but most people don't know. What are the law say men or humans? Yes.

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Yeah, good, good. Yes, good. So

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Allah is reminding you over and over, good. At one wisdom. Allah keeps repeating it, because you forgetting it's part of your nature to forget. So I'm going to repeat the word robinus Maliki nurse Illa. Hanna's right you have forget for I'm gonna keep on saying it to remind you, right? Yeah, see that? See that? It goes well, with the name we said the sorta is about naswa. forgetful. That's one way to look at it.

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So why is NASA repeated? Because we forget. And usually you remind someone repetitively when they forget to if they keep on saying it. I'm telling you again. I have to remind you again, so forget for sure. That's one wisdom. But why nurse? Why nurse? Why wasn't 100% it was?

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Because we asked about creation of Tibet seeking protection against was supposed to shaitan Yes, that's the thing. Now do they have the newest need to seek Allah's protection from the whispers of shaitaan? No. Do plants? Do plants need to seek a loss protection from the whispers of shape one? Do animals need to seek a loss protection for those who know that the heavens and the earth need protection from us know that I get whispers we get whispers so a lot connected his name to human. He's saying Robin nurse this terrible Hall because he's the master of the humans. They're the ones who need protection. He didn't say the the master of the heavens or the master of the earth or the

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master of the seven seas. He said Nast because the nasty protection. They're the ones who get westward as the animals and the plants that don't get what's worse. A plant it's making dua to Allah. Allah helped me before I turn into a weed.

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No, plants then get West West. I'm getting whispers 22 returns, I don't want to turn into it. No, it doesn't get worse worse. So it's as they get worse worse, as well as something unique to us. The animals don't get those whispers.

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That's the first what I wanted to mention why? Why was ness repeated and also why Allah connected nest to his names and other elements of the law connected nasties names out of honoring.

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Allah is honoring us or openness as the cremator Sharif was honoring us. He's protecting us you're showing his care and concern. He connected his name to our name, nurse Melaka nurse out of honoring his partner because Allah loves us. He thinks he wants to take care of us. He wants to protect us. And he sent messengers and prophets to guide us. If he didn't show that love and concern he wouldn't have done so. So Allah wants to protect us. And finally, why is Rob mentioned first Allah could have mentioned a name. But Rob is unique. Rob is unique.

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When Yusuf Ali Salaam was going to be seduced by the wife of Al Aziz, she entered upon him, she locked the door extremely tight. And of course due to his handsome missing good looks, and Allah says, Well, he might be he might be her. They inclined towards each other. However, Lola or Hannah Robbie. If Youssef didn't see the evidence from his, Rob

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then of course, he would have inclined to something How long? What protected him,

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Rob, because the Rob is your master, your caretaker, your maintainer, the one who nurtures looks after protector so you want protected you want protection. First and foremost call upon Europe. So Europe, Europe, Europe, that's one lesson his Rob protected him and that this was about protection. So I'll start with Rob Yes. But interestingly enough, the end of the surah Allah says about yourself in a home in a bad dental McCullough scene. He was from the chosen, selected a bad what's a bad mean? slaves. We said when you think of master think of slave true master and slave relationship. So when you think of rob you think of AB when you think about do you think of Rob they connect they go

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hand in hand. In other words, a lot protected use of why because he was a true

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true slave. In other words, you want protection. Be a true slave be true Abd Allah protect you. That's why last started with Rob because when you think rob you think about your relationship just like when you think parent, you think child, when you think teacher you think student, boss, worker employer.

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employee, Rob ABS you think master you think slave. So if you find Muslims, they're not protected. They're having a problem like for example, you're so if you're going to be seduced if you find yourself being seduced or falling into the selection of others, or you have a problem with the opposite gender, or send in general clubs, music drugs stint in general now there's another problem. We're not I bet not true I bet you'd be at a lower protect you that's one less telling us a lot protected him Firstly, because he said that up and then he's ended up with

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like was this was about protection. And that's the beauty of we said I better aberdein Arabic

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means to worship, but it's connected to

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who's the hub, the slave. So when you read is about worshiping the lust not just to worship it's about being a slave also, because you can worship a lot though, as a Muslim. You're worshipping at those times. What are you doing between those times?

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Are you a slave between those times you could be slave of a lower praying but it could be slave of shaitan while you're not sure a person in Ramadan is like our work for Delano, but also Ramadan. Buddha

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was teaching us if you want protection you have a problem with sins. No Your problem is our problem is we are not either that's the lesson so and that's why Allah started this sort of a protection you want prediction in good shape on bad thought was one substrate one. Well, the problem is makeup. You're not making a loan your master, make a law your master do what he wants, and then inshallah he'll protect you and help you in the things that you want. We ask Allah azza wa jal to protect us at all times up until our final breaths, amen. So panic aloha Mohammed ignatia de la ilaha illa and Mr. felucca want to