Gems From The Qur’an – Ramadhan 2016 – Day 10

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Day 10 of ‘Gems From The Qur’an’ series – Ramadhan 2016 presented by Sheikh Muiz Bukhary at Masjid Noor, Maldives.

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Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa Sallim wa ala coffee nambia even Boustany Nabina Habib in our karate union, Mohammed Abdullah la vida, de vos was happy

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to see that.

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I commenced by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala, who is no doubt our Creator sustainer nareesha protector and cure and asked him the almighty to shower his choices of blessings and salutations upon our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family members, his companions and all those who tread upon his path with utmost sincerity until the day of them.

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So, this morning, I was reading Soraka

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and I came across this one was the entire surah is obviously very beautiful. So, Ryan talks about the story of Moses that was the number of lessons that can be derived, but I came across this one is one ayah and that is I am 42 of Surah Taha and this ayah is a small Ayah short Ayah but a very powerful Ayah indeed, because there are a number of lessons that can be derived from the ayah and most of the lessons were very pertinent to what we discussed yesterday, so, I thought of touching on this idea today inshallah that, but before we delve into the, I would like to read a few if, before that, I had that I was struck by the ayah inshallah for the purposes of Baraka and reflection on the

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noble cause.

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So, last Hannah Montana, he states in Soraka

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Amina shaytani Haji

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is oh hyena

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you

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fi here fita booty Papa de

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ne Juanito snap

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me it them she have to Capita

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foreknown faraja Anna Karenina, Mika kita

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then walkerton turnips para Jaina kameena lavonne NEMA Patton fotona further bit Desi Nina fi ne madeon magit kodari. Moosa was taught wascana to kaeleen fc haben

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who can be a hi yah t wala attorney fee the creamy

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Okay, so the IR that we're going to talk about is shallow tyna. It has a hoop bat while tawnya Fie victory. This is iron number 42 of surah poha.

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So let's break down the ayah. And we're going to discuss each word of the ayah because there are lessons to be derived from each word amazing. And before I move forward, I want to put forth a disclaimer. I am more or less a gardener you can consider me a garden. I'm not a real gardener, but I'm a gardener in the sense of the Koran. I'm going into this garden of the Koran and I'm going to be plucking a few roses a few flowers for you and I'm going to come and give them to you in Sharma Dan had a Bostonian and it's a beautiful garden and want to go in and I'm going to bring in a few roses for you inshallah, that's all you can think of me as a diver I think that would be a better

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example in the Maldives you can think of me as a diver I'm going to dive into the ocean and I'm going to bring you

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I'm going to bring you pearls and I'm going to bring you beautiful corals if you will, from the beautiful state of the art inshallah Alright, okay. So the first word of the ayah is happy Okay, let me first loosely translate the idea. It has entered a hookah Be it wala tenia physically Listen to me carefully Alright, Allah subhanho wa Taala is commanding musala to ceram it has a hook, almost you and your brother and a hook now who was the brother of musasa today My name is not

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sure how long a man

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confused how to an IRA Serato said I missed this

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vaca Harun Elisa to Sarah Yes, so it has a hook. So Allah subhanho wa Taala is commanding Muslim, Muslim or Muslim, you and your brother and you and your brother Harun Alicia casilla Go go where later on we find out go to Pharaoh around, go to around go, be it go to fiddle around with my signs I we spoke about is they will come to that inshallah Be it gold you and your brother go to fiddle around with my signs with my evidences with my proofs, the miracles that I have bestowed upon you, we know that Allah subhanho wa Taala blessed massage that was number the number of signs, so go to him with those signs, wala tawnya and do not slack. Do not be lazy, when it comes to fee decree when

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it comes to my remembrance when it comes to remembering me Do not slack and do not be lazy. Okay, this is the loose translation of the idea. Now let's discuss the word word.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is commanding massage that was let it

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go. So what's the lesson you can derive from this? The beautiful lesson that you derive from this, my dear brothers and sisters in Islam is that when it comes to any matter in your life, you need to be bold.

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You need to be courageous. You need to be strong enough to put your foot forward and to take that step ahead. It Allah subhanho wa Taala is highlighting positivity almost because think of Mozart's situation, he is going to go to a diabolical ruler a superpower of that time, you know, he was not an easy individual. He was a tyrant, super villain, you know, around, he was claiming divinity he was saying that he was God. Now most analysts that was wrong had to go too far out. And we know the situation of Messiah leads to Islam. He had left misser they were chasing mucilage that was haram and at this juncture, Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling him go Mussa go almost Be positive, be

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bold, be courageous, and put your foot forward and go, that this word will be connected to the last word as well towards the end of this discussion, inshallah. But for now know that lesson number one that you have to be bold. Yesterday, we spoke about what throttle is the heart, we spoke about the heart of Allah subhanho wa Taala. There are many individuals that come upon many junctions in their lives, like I mentioned yesterday, and they find it difficult to take that step forward. Like say, for example, they want to start a business, but they're skeptical. They're like a stick in the mud. There is this good marriage proposal that has come, but they feel scared. They don't want to go

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ahead and proceed with their marriage. They're scared at times, you need to take a leap of faith. You need to place your trust in Allah and you need to take a leap of faith. And this is what Allah subhanho wa Taala is highlighting in the word it hub. This was a lesson to Masato Salaam, why do you think Allah subhanho wa Taala has mentioned the story for us if not that we have to derive lessons from it as well, you understand that we are not going to go and meet around, but perhaps we may be put in such situations as well where we may have to face tyrants. But apart from that, we need to be able to apply this lesson into our day to day lives as well. So whatever the matters that may be in

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your life, Be positive, be bold, be courageous, and go take that step forward. This is lesson number one it has positivity. Don't be negative. Don't be skeptical. Don't lose hope. Be positive and move forward. Okay, this is lesson number one. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to state it has a hook, you and your brother. Now what's the lesson that can be derived from here?

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Don't go alone.

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Don't go. Now unity. Don't go alone. go together. Go to get your do lahemaa Gemma, there are a number of ayat and a number of

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them that highlights the importance of unity amidst the Muslim ummah. And we know for a fact that when we are united, we are stronger. You know of the parable, you know of the stories where people say that if you were to be given a branch, one twig, you can easily break it yes or no, you can easily break the twig. But on the other hand, if someone were to bundle up those easily breakable twigs into one bundle of twigs. And if they were to give you a bundle of branches, would you be able to break them, you will not be able to break them. Why? Because they're all united together. You understand? So whenever and wherever it's possible. Try and be united. Don't be that lone wolf. On

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the other hand, don't be the sheep that is alone, because you are most susceptible to the attack of the wolf. Who is the wolf shaytaan May Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Save us all. So try and be united try and be a part of the Jamaat at all times. This is the second lesson that can be derived from the ayah. Because when you are united, then you are a lot stronger. As they say, if you want to travel fast, go alone.

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If you travel alone, you travel fast. But if you travel together, you travel

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a long distance you travel a long distance, don't you think? So? Think of it this way, you won't want to take a long journey. Say perhaps you have to cover 100 kilometers or 200 kilometers. And you're planning on doing a marathon or cycling marathon or you want to walk or something like that. I think if you do it alone, yes, maybe 10 kilometers, 20 kilometers, you will go quickly because you don't have someone to slow you, and you will keep moving fast. But after a while what will happen, you will start to become tired. Because you are alone. Have you noticed when you walk with your friend, you just don't realize it and you are at your destination, why you're talking You're joking,

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you're going together, you're looking at the sights around you. And even before you know it, you have made it to your destination, you're surprised Wow, I didn't even know that the walk has ended or that we have reached our destination. So whenever you go together, you travel a longer distance when you go alone you travel fast Yes, but a short distance. So when you travel together that is in terms of traveling. When you work together. Sometimes there are projects where we need to work together we need we need to be able to liaise and work together. These days. Sometimes we look at the organizations, especially the Muslim organization, sometimes they find it very difficult to

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partner and work to work together towards one goal. This is important if we can work together we achieve greater results. And this is the second lesson that Allah subhanho wa Taala is teaching us in the if you are Muslim, go with our own go with Harun the impact will be greater inshallah hota. Okay, so this is lesson number two. Lesson number three, Allah subhanaw taala states the next word, be it go with my science, go with my evidence, ie go with knowledge. Don't go without knowledge. Now how do we apply it into our lives, say perhaps you're going to start a new business, don't start the business without researching the market. Perhaps you're going to get married, don't get married,

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until you found out about the family that you're going to get married into. Perhaps you're going to enroll yourself into a university, don't just enroll into the university because your friends have enrolled into the university, you need to do your own homework, you need to do your own research, and then go ahead. Apart from that any other matter like say for example, I'm delivering the talk. Can I just waltz in without referring to my books and you know, tell you all some nice fancy story. Now I have to do my research, I have to do my homework. And from this we understand the importance that Islam gives to knowledge we have to seek knowledge at all times. And this is what Allah

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subhanho wa Taala is highlighting to Muslims. That was the go to him but just don't go empty handed. Go with evidences we mentioned yesterday that I if you want to loosely translated, you can translate it as worse. But the more broader definition of ayah

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is what science evidences proves lessons, there are so many things that can be encapsulated within this term. So Allah subhanaw taala is saying go to him with my ayah. Go to him with my IRA, go to him with knowledge because you're going to debate with him, you have to prove points to him, you understand. So go to him in a way that you can justify so that you can explain to him that Allah is the one creator. Allah is the only God Allah is the deity that we need to be worshipping, go to him with knowledge and don't go empty handed. So this applies to us as well. In terms of all of our day to day matters, we need to seek knowledge, whichever field that you may be in, don't be stagnant.

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keep progressing by seeking knowledge. Sometimes you only notice perhaps the people who are in the IT field, they keep seeking knowledge because the IT field keeps evolving by the day. But apart from that the others who seek knowledge they find you know what I did in 1980s 1970s. And then that's it. We don't seek knowledge. Now this is a work in progress. We have to keep seeking knowledge. The more we seek knowledge, the more we can understand things, the more our horizons are broadened, we should read. This is something that is lacking these days. today. Sadly, many of us do not read. If you look at the generations of the past, if you were to go sit down with your parents, or perhaps if

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your parents are young, go sit down with your grandparents with your great grandparents if they're alive, and ask them how their generation used to be. They used to give so much of importance towards reading. They would read they would read the newspapers, they would read books, they would read whatever they could get their hands on and that's how they became

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So fluent with their words. That's how they became so proficient with their vocabulary. That's how they were well informed about the matters around them. We have become a generation, a more visually oriented generation, if you will. We are more into videos, we are more into YouTube, we are more into consuming media, rather than reading. That has to I'm not saying that consuming media is bad as long as you consume the correct stuff, but there has to be a balance that has to be struck. Why? Because the first command that came down was what?

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What you do was that the first command that Allah subhanho wa Taala sent down to Mohammed Salah Salem, Shaheed YouTube

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echo. That was the first command that came down. If Korra read the Quran, Arabic Allah, Allah Allahu Akbar. This is the first command that was given to mankind read. So if you can imagine if that was the first command, how much we need to apply it into our lives, we need to read the more you read, it broadens your horizons, the more you read, you become well versed in whichever field that you're reading in. It's important. We must read the scholars of the past they used to bury themselves in their books. Mm hmm. Now we are a giant alanya giant, he has written and authored so many books. And you know, he never got married in his life. He never got married. Because he was so obsessed with

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his books. He was so into his books.

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And he did not get married. In the sense he didn't do it intentionally. One day while he was studying, somebody came to him and asked him a chef's. I mean, you know, it's as soon as you get married, you know, and

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you're, you're you're a complete individual when you get married, why have you not got married?

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Mm hmm. Now he was reading he looked up at him and was, you know, surprised. And he said, You know, I completely forgot to get laid.

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And he was not joking. He was serious. You know, sometimes we have these genius individuals who are a little bit eccentric, you know, at times. You know, he was a genius. He looked at him and said, Sorry, you know, it completely slipped my mind. Like how we would say, you know, maybe I forgot to do something, I forgot to perhaps go and get the groceries, I forgot to buy some eggs. He forgot to get married in his life. He was so busy ordering books, reading books, that there was one report about him and Albania, Rahim Allah, He once

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wanted to refer something. And the book was on a top

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shelf that was high up. So he grabs the ladder, he climbs up to get that book, he was reading a primary book, if you will. And there was something a point that had to be referred in another book. So he climbs up to refer that point in the other book, he opens that book, and he does not come down for hours. He stuck up there like a bird. reading that book, he had gotten obsessed in that book, there used to be such, you know, voracious readers. But today, how many of us read and today we have many gadgets, you know, in the past, you would have to lug heavy books with you the size of encyclopedia. Think about it in the past. If you wanted to know about someone

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you want to know about someone some historical figure, like if I were to mention Marco Polo, if you were somebody some historical figure, okay? What would you have to do? If you want to know about that individual, you would basically have to go to a public library. And you have to check whether the library is open. Go to the library to ask the librarian Look, I want to read about so and so. Okay, I want to read about so and so. Okay, let's forget about Marco Polo, talk about how to negotiate for example, let me say how you would want to you'd have to go to the library as library Look, I want to read about her she's the librarian would take you go to the particular shelf and

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say, Go read that book. You don't take the book out open and then you can read today, if I were to tell you find out about her machine, what would you do?

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Mobile, Google Wikipedia and you've gotten everything. The generations of the past did not have these facilities. We have these facilities and yet we do not use it. Today in one iPad in one tab. You can have so many PDF files, you can have 1000s and 1000s of books and you can read wherever you are not just an iPad, you can even have it in your mobile phone safe if you're on the ferry, perhaps you're traveling by train, you're flying, you can read books. Now you have devices that are meant for you like say for example, if the phone glare is too much for you, you can purchase a Kindle. Have you heard of the Kindle, and Kindle has a model known as paper white, I use that personally

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paper white, it's, you know, it has like a black and white feature. So that glare does not disturb your eyes. It's just black and white. It's only meant for reading and you are connected to the kindle amazon so you can buy books off the Kindle store and you can read it on the Kindle wherever you are. And what's interesting about the Kindle is say you come across a tough word. All you have to do is press and hold. It has a built in dictionary, it will give you the definition of that word amazing. And you can read so many books wherever you are. I just do

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The Arabic books also would come into it and it would become a lot more easier. Like if we have mucked up the Sharmila and other options to read. But if all the books were integrated into the system, it would be amazing when you read books. It's so easy to search things. It's so easy to read. We know the amazing thing when I wanted to upgrade this device. I was in the UK, and I rented I purchased the device. And I asked the person that account, I wanted to buy a cover for it. So I asked him, can I have a cover a leather cover for the Kindle? He said, I'm sorry, we don't have covers. And he said it in a very cold tone. So I said, Why are you selling the Kindle device? How

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come you don't have covers for it? Is that when who buys Kindles these days?

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I said if people are not buying, why are they making devices like this is what I don't know. nobody reads these days, who buys Kindles? Everybody wants iPads and whatnot to watch videos. I said it said that you're saying this. And that too. He was a Brit. He was an Englishman saying this a person in the you know, they are the people who need the most when you're traveling on the train or underground, you see people reading all the time. And this man is talking like this. And I'm you know, I'm sad to hear that. But I still believe that there are people who read that as Muslims, we must read because like I said, the first command that came down was dekora. We must read. So going

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on with the IRB it further your knowledge, seek your knowledge. And when it comes to matters that you're about to pass you make sure that you do your homework. Make sure that you research in regard to that before you put your foot forward. Am I saying take the take the step forward, but you need to seek knowledge before you take the step forward. Because if not, you're going to regret. So you're going to start a business if you're not done your research, you start the business and you start facing losses and then you'll regret so you have to go ahead you have to proceed with caution and knowledge. Okay, let's move on. Allah subhanho wa Taala now says what a 10 year feeling. And

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once you've done all of that while Athenaeum do not slack do not become lazy, do not procrastinate. Now, we sadly we have become avid procrastinators you know what is procrastination, you keep putting something like say for example, you have an examination next month, you keep pushing it, pushing it pushing it, you know what I have done, I have done, I can study against. Now, you had like three months, it becomes two months becomes one month, he becomes four weeks, three weeks and you still I can study I can study and this is one of the purpose of Chevron. This is exactly what Chetan does. He keeps telling you you have time like even in terms of an era be like You know what, go hand.

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Maybe when I become a little bit older, maybe when I retire what I'll do is I'll go on Hajj, and I'll make Toba Allah Subhana Allah forgive all of my sins, I'll come back and I'll be in the first row of the masjid every day. Now I'm young Let me have a little bit of fun. So Stefan, he dangles this bait in front of us. He makes us procrastinators, we shouldn't procrastinate when it comes to Allah subhanho wa Taala. We shouldn't procrastinate when it comes to matters of this dunya as well. If you have an examination study beforehand. If you have an assignment, prepare for it beforehand. If you have a deadline, strive to meet the deadline. Don't wait till the last minute. Don't slack.

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Don't be lazy and wait to the last minute and then you will have to cram and you'd have to end up cutting corners you won't be able to produce the assignment the way you want to produce the assignment. And finally I was Panama's Allah capsule of the IRA by saying what a 10 year fee do not slack when it comes to my remembrance. So Allah subhanho wa Taala is highlighting spirituality and spirituality here. You need to be connected to Allah subhanho wa Taala whatever the field that you may be in Allah subhanaw taala saying, to moussaka, Islam almost on her own go to one attend efe victory but don't forget to remember me. Don't forget to remember me you can remember Allah by

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praying you can remember Allah by making Vicar you can remember Allah by placing your trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala by inculcating taqwa by bringing in our code, and this is a concept many brothers and sisters in Islam that many of us lacked to adhere to, to work, placing our trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. Certainly, you know, in the story of use of Isla Salaam, used by Mr. President.

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It's a long story, you know that he was thrown into the well, as a young boy, he was taken to the marketplace, he was sold as a slave. He was sold as a slave. And what happens who purchases him, one of the ministers of Egypt at that time, the Minister of Finance, According to some sources, touches him and takes him home. And this minister tells his wife to look after him. And to keep him well. It was a small boy at that time, they use violence to Islam, he starts to grow up now. And the story fast forwards to the point where she tries to seduce him. Now, she didn't try to seduce him and he was small, he had grown up and he was an adolescent now, and according to one particular Hadees, the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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dimensioned that beauty Jamal beauty was divided into two halves. It's a metaphorical example for us to understand was divided into two halves. Okay, and these two

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have 50% of it was given to the entirety of mankind 50% was given to the entirety of mankind. So if you consider yourself Mashallah handsome, you are part of that. 50% and whatever beautiful thing that you see around you, handsome individuals, wherever you see around you, they're all part of that. 50% and you know what happened to the other 50% it was given in bulk to use violence that was all 50% so you think about, if you think you are handsome, you are like 0.000000001% of that 50% use violence that wassalam was given 50% a chunk just like that, you can justify how handsome he was. Another nation states that the remaining 50% was divided again into two halves. 25% was given to the

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mother of use of alysha to Islam 25% was given to us to falesia words of the Prophet sallallahu Anyway, it was an empty pond in Hawaii, in Hawaii. Now. He does not speak out of his own desires, but he speaks his divine revelation from Allah subhanho wa Taala. So he was a very handsome individual. Now this lady, Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in the number for an

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hour that will let the Murphy beta and Nevsky he will get locked in.

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Now, Robert, in the Arabic language means that she tried to seduce him, and the scale that it comes in is that she didn't try to seduce him at that point. It was a continuous process. She was trying to seduce him throughout. Since the time perhaps he came of age. She was always trying to seduce him. It was a continuous process. She was flirting with him she was trying to seduce him until that opportunity came about when her husband had left now what does she do? She calls him she locks all the dozers parameter dimensions on very explicitly with one lover to not just knocks the dose she double locks the dose of Allah means to securely lock the dose and not just wonder Patil Bab La Paz

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in Abuja, she locks all the doors like say for example, in your house you have the bedroom though you have the whole door you have the front door, you have your gate, she locks everything and not just once double triple lock everything. Now, everything is set in place. She calls use valet so that was Paula.

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And according to some scholars of Pepsi, she was dressed very inappropriately and she calls us from the minute he sees what she is inviting him to words. He immediately says call him out of law in the lobby as an MSI. He says Allah forbid and protection is by Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now at that point,

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scholars mentioned many brothers and sisters in Islam. There are a few things that happen according to some narrations. They say that when she invited him, he looked up and the roof opened up, and there was an image of his father jacobellis that was around that he saw and the minute he saw that it gripped him with a fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala and he said polymerize because Allah says what are called the Hemet V or hammarby. Ha Lola ohana, Robbie, use vallecitos lam also would have had feelings towards her if he had not seen the signs shown to him. But Allah subhana wa says what were the signs, some scholars have stated he saw a image of his father, but it's not something that my

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heart leans towards. It's an opinion anyway, another opinion was that Gabriella is not wassalam came and he struck use of Alisha to snap with his wing. And because of that he was filled with the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala. This is also not an opinion that my heart leans towards because if Jupiter is not Muslim came down, it would have been mentioned in the forehand zebrina is not was not does not come down easily. If it comes down, it's bound to be mentioned in the Quran. So my heart does not lead to that either. The third opinion is that she when she called him, she suddenly saw one of her idols, one of the islands the statue, one of the statue that she worships by the dope.

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And when she called him she suddenly felt guilty and she grabbed the cloth and went and covered her either her statue, use what is the use what is not the same as to why are you covering the statue? And she replies Well, we are about to indulge, I want to indulge in something that is, you know, forbidden and I feel ashamed to do it in front of my God. The minute she said that

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she is ashamed to do it in front of a statue. My Allah is watching me call them as Allah forbid, and I seek the protection of Allah subhanho wa Taala. But this too, there is no evidence to prove it. The best opinion I would say is that his heart was already filled with the taqwa of Allah subhana wa Tada. So he that was his goodhand that was his sign. The ministry said like we have the plague of our conscience, you know, when you want to perhaps if someone invites you to do something bad you have that prick of your conscience telling you don't do it. That was the Quran that was in his heart. But anyway, the point that I want to highlight is what happens right after he says that was

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never called Baba he runs to the door, not just him, both of them. And the word that is used is cassava cassava, cassava.

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Since both of them raced towards the dope, both of them race towards the dope use about Islam and the lady and that's when use vajrasattva slams shirt was taught. Now my question is that use violence that was lamb knew that those are all locked. Why is he running towards the DOS? Can you run through the DOS? He knows that those all double bolted? Why is he running towards the dome?

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Because he placed his trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. He knew that the doors are locked. But he decided I'm going to go from A to B. Okay, a to b. Allah will take me to Z. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, i, j, k, a will take me to C. I'm gonna go from A to B, I'm going to go by the dope. Allah will take me from there. Now what happens he goes by the dough, he reaches the dough that shirt tears lo and behold, the master is standing by the dome. Perhaps he had an extra set of keys, maybe he's standing by the door.

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What would happen if he had not ran and if the shirt was not on, even after proving that he was innocent, he was anyway thrown into prison. But he ran. I'm gonna place my trust in Allah and he runs and a lot of words Allah takes him out from the situation without him having to tarnish his name. May Allah subhanho wa Taala save us on

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another quick story and then we wrap off, there was an individual by the name hottie. Manasa he was a very righteous individual had him as a very righteous individual, an individual who had mastered the concept of tawakkol he had mastered the concept of tobacco. He used to place his trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala in a beautiful manner. The Hatem Rahim Allah had never traveled on he had not never gone for Hajj. So one year he decides to go on Hajj, he decides to go on Hajj. And this is long, long, long time back. Not like today today Mashallah you spend about 7000 $10,000 and you can go ahead and come back in three weeks Michelle, no issues. In those days. If you want to go on Hajj,

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it's such a long and arduous journey. There are times you would have to bid farewell to your family and your family would doubt you coming back because you had to cross the desert you had to undertake see journeys, long journey. And there are bandits highway robbers on the way there's a possibility that you may not return. So he anyway intends to go on Hajj, and he goes home and he informs his family. He had a wife and he had children. He goes and tells his wife Look, I have intended to go and hatch. Now the wife was upset. She said how can you leave us and go? You are the breadwinner of the house. If you go, who will provide for us who will look after us who will put food on the table.

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And she made a big scene.

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The heart team was disheartened hottie My place is trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. But she was being very difficult to convince so Hatem allow some he leaves the room now dejected. Now he had a little daughter. She was observing all of this. She runs to her mother, she actually runs to her father, and she says, Father, why are you worried? And why do you look sad? You go on Hajj, you are going to the house of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the owner of that house will look after us. The owner of that house will look after us you go. hottie medicine, looks at the dog and says How I wish your mother would speak like this, how I wish your mother would speak like this. The doctor says

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Don't worry, I will convince mother and she goes and she speaks to her mother. She says look, mother, let father go and at the end of the day, he is going to visit a lot the house of Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala the owner of that house will look after us. Don't worry about it. Let father go. She keeps pleading, pleading, pleading and somehow she succeeds in convincing her mother.

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So the lady she tells her team Okay, fine, we'll manage to go on Hajj. So happy medicine, he starts to plan to go on Hajj. Now, remember, the concept of the word goal is not to just leave everything and go You have to tie your camel and place your trust in Allah subhanaw taala. So hide him did not just leave his family to stop. He made all the necessary arrangements for the period that he was going and he that she was upset because she wanted the support of her husband, but he did all that was necessary and he leaves. Now he leaves that hatch. Now what happens is sadly, a famine hits that village. The drought hits that village and all of the food that they had with them evaporates,

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finishes. And now they're starving. And now the mother loses her cool. She calls the daughter and says it's all your fault. I told you not to. I told you that we are not supposed to send send your father, my husband and now he's gone and here we are starving. We're all hungry. The other children are hungry and we have no means of looking after.

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ourselves is all your fault that she was arguing with her daughter, her little daughter. And once this discussion was going on, suddenly

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there was a tap on the door. Somebody was knocking.

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Now what was happening at that time was that the king of that entire area was passing by the village of hottie malice. And as he was passing by the village of Fatima lasagna, he suddenly became very thirsty. And he wanted to drink some water. So he sent one of his servants to get some water. And so that's when stumbles upon the house of Fatima Lhasa. So the lady she goes and opens the door and finds the servant there. She says, Yes, what can I do for you? The servant says, I am the servant of the king. I am the Royal servant of the king, and the king is passing by your village. He feels thirsty, and he wants a glass of water to drink. The lady says How ironic. Here we are starving to

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death, and the king has come to our house to quench his thirst. Anyway, okay, she goes to the back of the house, and she gets a glass of water and gives them or a pitcher of water and gives it to the sermon. The sermon goes and gives it to the king and the king, quench his thirst knows when he quench his thirst, he looks at a servant and says what sweet water was so refreshing to where did you get this water from? The servant says, Well, I got it from that house. The king says, please go and call the owner of that house. I want to thank him personally. The sermon says, Okay, fine. King's order. He goes back to the house and again,

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the lady says, Now what does he want? She goes and opens the door. The servant says,

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Whose house is this? The lady asked why? Why do you want to know? The servant says, No, the king has questions test. And he was so happy. He wants to thank the owner of the house himself personally. The lady says, Well tell the king that this house belongs to him and awesome. And he's not here. He has gotten how much he has gone. But how much seven goes back to the king and relays this information. The king says hottie Manasa this house belongs to somebody. Emerson was known well known for his righteousness, he was a righteous person, to that righteous individual, his house belongs to him and I drank water from his house, and you're telling me that he has gone unhygenic

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his family's here, then it is my responsibility to look after his family until he returns. He gets off his horse, he goes to the catamaran and he grabs a sack of gold coins. And obviously, when a king travels, he has all his friends, his ministers, his Vizier, like if the president travels, he very rarely travels alone, he would have so many people traveling with him. So he looks back and tells all his ministers and friends. If you are if you are all my true friends, you would do exactly as I am doing to honor this righteous man. And then all the ministers, all the visitors, they all go to the caravan and they all grab sacks of coins, and they go and place all the sex of coins by the

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dough of the house of that lady had Madison's house. And then they all go back and the king tells the servant, knock the dough and you come off. Now the seven goes and knocks the door

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and he leaves the lady. She goes thinking there's another request by the king. She opens the door. Lo and behold, gold coins start cascading into the house. She could not believe her eyes.

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She is happy. She's in the state of happiness. Okay, she's in the state of happiness. And she is so happy that she looks around for their little daughter, the little daughter because she was arguing with the daughter early and when she was arguing earlier and when the when he was living on hikes. The daughter was smiling at that time. They were in difficulty but the daughter was smiling because the daughter said Allah will provide the owner of the house will provide.

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Now when the gold had come in, she looks for the daughter and she's forced the daughter in the corner crying.

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She's crying. God has come. She's crying. The mother goes to the doctor and says, daughter, you are very strange. You are very funny. When we were struggling and when we were starving, you were laughing and you said Allah will provide and now Allah has provided Okay, and you are crying.

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And the daughter says, mother I'm crying. Because Amelia Maslow, a mere creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala looked at us with mercy. He looked at us with kindness, and we have been blessed with gold enough to last for generations. Just imagine my dear mother, if the King of all kings if he were to look at us with

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Mercy How blessed and fortunate we would be in this world as well as the hereafter. That's the concept of

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you place your trust in Allah Subhana Medina woman yet the fella year gyla who Maharajah Wyatt zuku mean hi to life as you bring in taqwa Allah will make a way out for for you from every problem. And Allah will provide from unimaginable sources woman yet what can I love her who has the one who places his trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah is sufficient and enough for him. So my dear brothers and sisters in Islam, perfect the concept of the work will place your trust in Allah subhana wa gyla place your trust in Him and He will never ever disappoint you, you will be fortunate and blessed in this world as well as the hereafter. With that I conclude I ask Allah subhanho wa

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Taala to forgive us of our sins, to accept our good deeds and just as held united here, may Unitas in the gardens of Jenna with our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I mean work that way and humbly like Robin, I mean and before you leave, there is just this one small announcement.

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