Gems From The Qur’an – Ramadhan 2016 – Day 2

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Day 2 of ‘Gems From The Qur’an’ series – Ramadhan 2016 presented by Sheikh Muiz Bukhary at Masjid Noor, Maldives.

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said Mr. aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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smilla rahmanir rahim and hamdulillah Europeana hired me also to send me more often and via email for studying and abena will have even a porta potti ioannina Mohammed Abdullah Allah who either he was happy after sadati we're done with this lean back

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recommends by pricing a loss of 100 mozzarella was no doubt our Creator sustain and nourish, protect and cure and we asked him the almighty to shower his choices of blessings and salutations upon our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam, his family members his companions and all those who tread upon his path without more sincerity until the affair by the brothers and sisters in Islam, the online viewers the viewers from the local television channels inshallah Tada, today we are going to be talking about a very, very important concern.

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It is so important that it is the ultimate objective behind Allah subhanho wa Taala creating each and every one of us and the AI in focus, the idea that we are going to focus and critically study today is the idea that I started off the recitations with

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a coma Allah, that

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this is the idea that we're going to be talking about inshallah. So let's start off by translating the idea. And then I'll go on to mention the concept and talk about the concert. Allah has the agenda, he states, yeah, you look at the way of addressing all of us. Yeah, you pronounce all mankind. So this is a declaration to the entirety of mankind. Because in the Parana last panel, Madonna addresses us in different ways, a lot of kind of Madonna at times, addresses, as you heard in a minute, or you will have brought in a man or you who have believed that in this particular idea, Allah subhanho wa Taala addresses the entirety of mankind. Yeah, you have nuts, all mankind,

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or Buddha or worship your Lord, Allah Kanaka upon the one who created you on one Arena in public, and the ones before you. As you all know, there were many generations that preceded us. From the time of our Father, I demolish them. So lots of Hannah Montana is addressing the entirety of mankind

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when they leave them in public boom, and now our last panelist, Allah mentions the purpose there is

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so that you bring in so that you adopt taqwa so that you become from the people of taqwa May Allah subhana wa Jalla make us all from the people of taqwa and I mean,

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many brothers and sisters in Islam this word taqwa the term taqwa it has been mentioned roughly almost around 258 times in the normal Quran 258 times in the Quran. It has been mentioned as a word as a word in the Arabic language is a fear around 182 times say for example of us kind of Medina states. But

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Soo while.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala states that the

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fear in the sense adopt taqwa we'll talk about the definitions of taqwa but here we will loosely translated as fear the fire the blazing fire of jahannam but the poonawalla t Bapu Hana

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fuel, what is used to fuel that fire is mankind, mankind will be used as well as stones, metals, and so on. So there as you can see, it has been used in the form of a word, a command word fear, exercise caution, it's a command word a fear Yani amplify, you understand, and in terms of it coming as a noun in the form of a noun in the novel Come on, roughly around 76 times. So 182 plus 76. It's come it comes around to it comes around the number four to a total of 258 times in terms of becoming as a noun, say for example, it must be kind of more than a state to the novel. But there is a way to fill in

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What does it take provisions for in higher rosetted taqwa but indeed the best provision is the taqwa of Allah. Subhana Medina is that taqwa of Allah azza wa jal. So here as you can see, for

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the for, the term has come about in its nominal form as a noun. So you have in total, like I said, 258 mentions roughly around 258 mentions of this particular concept taqwa. So how do we go about now defining the for the taqwa is an Arabic term that stems from the root work or you have the require in the Arabic language, which means to put up a barrier, to put up a prevention to prevent something to put up a barrier to protect you from something. This is the literal definition of taqwa. Because when you talk about Arabic terms, especially the books of Gypsy The books are in the books of a Heidi, you generally have a literal definition where you would say that this definition is if it's

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below a certain sense, a literal definition, and then you have a technical definition as well to every turn. Let me give you an example as examples bring about clarity, the term Uppsala, the term of Salah in the Arabic language, if you were to define it, literally it means literally, it means you are making dua to Allah Subhana Medina. As for its technical definition, you would say it is a set of prescribed actions

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and statements that commenced with the duckbill to the forum where you sit above and end with the slim Solomonic toolbox and Mr. Lee. This is the technical definition of Asana, likewise, has a story taqwa has a literal definition as well as a technical definition. The literal definition, like I said, is to put up a barrier to put up something to protect you. Okay, to exercise caution, to exercise caution. As for its technical definition, just in the normal Koran itself, there are roughly around 15 different meanings that have been given to taqwa. And we will come to those meanings in shallow data very swiftly. Let's talk about the literal definition a little bit because

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the literal definition and the technical definition in terms of taqwa Don't worry too much. It is to exercise caution It is to be careful. Do you know that?

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You know,

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without knowing we actually apply taqwa in our lives in a number of ways, in different places in different contexts, except for the place where we're supposed to actually be adopting toward where we're supposed to be applying taqwa. At times, we fail to do so. But in a number of other places. We adopt a world without knowing let me give you a few examples.

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Take your mobile phones, mobile phones. How many of you all have got iPhones hands on iPhones? And see if everybody's already hungry? The

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iPhone 10s on many iPhones, all right, Samsung zanza, Samsung, Samsung, Samsung

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Android lovers, okay, Samsung. These days, we'll talk about the iPhone six or six s. Samsung Note by a server and all these expensive mobile phones. They are roughly around roughly around $1,000. They are not cheap. They are expensive. So we all of us mostly have expensive mobile phones. Would you leave your mobile phones lying around in domestic? Would you just throw your mobile phone somewhere and go if you're going? Or are you very careful with your mobile phone to make sure that it's always with you, you keep checking it as to whether it's in your pocket or not. We all do that, don't we? So you are actually practicing takua with your mobile phone, you're practicing dakwah with your

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mobile phone. Let's take it a step further. We practice Nepal with our mobile phones. And we also add an extra layer of household with the password. We add a password or now we have the fingerprint sensor. So we have a fingerprint password. And sometimes we have two layers of passwords where you have to put the fingerprint and then at

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In a password as well, that consists of a alphanumeric numerical combination where you have numbers, words and long password. Now why are we doing this? Because the men, they don't want their wives prying into their phones. The women, they don't want their husbands prying into their phones. So we are adding an extra layer of taqwa on our mobile phones. What about your laptops? You don't like people prying into your laptops. So we have passwords across our laptops as well. We are adding a layer of taqwa. What about your vehicles, if you've got a car, or a motorbike, you're careful. You make sure that when you're coming into the message that you love it. Why? Because you don't want

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somebody stealing and you don't want somebody robbing from you. So adding a layer of taqwa, what about your home's? Would you leave your home unlocked and when you come to the message when you go to work, leaving your home unlocked. Now we lock it, we double lock it and we make sure we check the lock as to make sure that it is locked. We're adding layers of stuff, what do you see? So without knowing we actually practice in some way in our lives, except for the fact that we don't practice it where it's supposed to be practiced. And that is in regard to our relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala, which we're going to be talking about inshallah, about that. So like I said, in terms of

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the literal definition of taqwa, we do practice it. But in terms of the technical definition, there are almost around 15

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definitions that have been cited by the scholars of the FCA in the noble forehand which we're going to talk about in Sharma time, meaning number one, meaning number one is that it gives the meaning of towhee and tauheed. And the man Allah subhanho wa Taala he states in circles.

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For a long Jose Geena, Tawana, Sony mininova my mom can imagine

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Allah Subhana Medina sent down his Sakina upon the messengers are a lot more when you send them and upon the believers, and he made them stick to the word of taqwa Kalamata taqwa to the word of taqwa. Now, this Kalamata dakoda has been interpreted as killing me to toe heed.

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In the law, Mohammed Mundo masala, there is no deity, no God worthy of worship other than Allah, and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam is His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam meaning number two very swiftly. It gives the meaning of the class it gives the meaning of the class. A lot of Medina mentioned this word to hedge that an egomaniac out

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Now that is when whoever honors the symbols of Allah sha Allah, the symbols of Allah subhanho wa Taala indeed, that is due to the taqwa of their hearts that is due to the taqwa of their hearts, you respect the Koran, you respect Islam, you respect another believer, you do all of this because of the tug of war that is in your heart, because of the class that is in your heart. You're doing it for whom you're doing it for the sake of Allah subhana wa Jalla you're doing it to please Allah azza wa jal. So it gives the meaning of the flubs. Another meaning that it gives is that it gives the meaning of ariba and for tying the sense of obedience unto Allah Subhana Allah azza wa jal mentioned

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the noble more on the statement of new highly intellectual, solemn, it coronella whom, for whom? No one either

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and remember, when their brother No, the prophet, no, it is not to say them when he said to his people, Allah that the phone, do not bring in taqwa Will you know, will you all not adopt a law in the sense we do not worship Allah will you all not render unto Allah subhanho to Allah, and in another place advisor with your state and

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born, Allah subhanho wa Taala states warned mankind that La ilaha illa Allah that there is no one worthy to be worshipped other than I so adopted wa adopt Aqua by worshiping me by staying away from even and adopting to the command commandments of Abbas Hana madang. Another meaning that can be suited for, for taqwa is the definition. A lot of Hannah Montana mentioned in Surah, no woman may you learn how

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Those who obey Allah and His Messenger settlement, why don't you send them via Shabaab, and they fear a long way. And they bring in Tampa Ola, he come home with his own. They are the ones who are victorious, the ones who fear Allah

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Turn back to Allah in Toba scholars, dykema, Allah, Masha, Allah all have commanded to disregard that this taqwa in this ayah denote Toba turning back to Allah subhana wa Jalla in sincere Toba. So my dear brothers and sisters in Islam

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to loosely translate the core as the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala would suffice at times, but in general, from here we understand that the term taqwa encompasses so many other meanings. It is to bring into hate it is to bring in the fear of Allah, the consciousness of Allah subhanho wa Taala because it was a one word to say the top one is just the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Personally I feel that it would not suffice because fear, fear interestingly, fear is an attribute that is not present with us. 24 seven, it is not an attribute that is present with us. 24 seven, I may have mentioned this earlier, when we're talking about fear. How many of us fear How many of you all fear

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a lion?

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Lion? snakes, serpents. We're all scared of these animals, yes or no? Like, say for example, if a lion were to come into the masjid right now, which is going to be a very rare thing in the Maldives, because you don't have lions here. But if you were living in a country where you have jungles and you have tickets in the woods, if a lion were to come rampaging into the masjid, what would we all do? Would we calmly Oh, it's a Lion. Lion. We wouldn't be like that we would all run away we would run Helter Skelter. If a serpent a snake would come in, we would run away. Why? Because we scared. But does that mean that every single day in the morning when we wake up and when we look into the

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mirror, that we look into the mirror and say, Oh, I'm scared of alignment scary when I am petrified? Or when I am scared of snakes. I'm scared of snakes. We don't repeat this. But when the object of our fear manifests when it comes then the fear sprouts, but it is not with us. 24 seven. Now Can this be the case with Allah subhanho wa Taala? Can this be the case with Allah subhanho data? Can we have the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala only when we want to have the fear of Allah as a virgin? No, it is something that is supposed to be with us. 24 seven. Another interesting thing in regard to the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala is that when you see a lion, okay, generally when you see an

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object of fear, okay, say for example, the lion, would you run towards the lion or run away from the lion?

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Would you run towards you see a lion and you run to the lion to hug the lion? Or would you run away from the lion would you run away, we obviously will run away. Yes, if you see a snake, nobody's going to run towards the snake. We will run away from the snake we run away from our fears we run away from our objects of fear.

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But in the case of the fear of loss, pain points either the more you fear Allah, you run closer to Allah or away from Allah.

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You run closer and closer to Allah, the more you fear Allah, you run towards Allah and not away from Allah Subhana Allah. That's the amazing thing in regard to push you to by the fear of Allah Subhana Allah, may Allah subhanho wa Taala open the doors of understanding for all of us, me. So my dear brothers and sisters in Islam. Now that I've mentioned that fear is not something that is with us 24 seven, we join and merge something else with the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And that is known as the consciousness of Alliance, which is the consciousness of a handful that were conscious 24 seven and this is something that can be present with us. 24 seven where we are always conscious of

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allies are rigid in regard to the commandments of Allah in regard to the prohibitions of Allah Subhana Medina, there was once a person who went to if I'm not mistaken, Abu Dhabi a long line or obeyed human capital, the long one and asked him to define taqwa. He asked, What is the one? This will have? You know, the long one jelly? He said to him? Have you he asked him? Have you ever walked down a Tony path? The man? He replied in the affirmative, he said, Yes, I have walked down a thorny path Why? So then there's a Javier de la one who asked him so what did you do was walking down this Tony path. The man said when I gathered my clothing together, I gathered my clothing together, I

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made sure that I made my way very gingerly and carefully down the path so as to avoid snagging my clothing onto the tones that were present in the past. Then the heavier the other one who said that is the four. That is the one that scholars write in terms of this example. The path is this life that Allah subhanho wa Taala has blessed each and every one of us with we will all be given life by Allah.

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Our destination is an era where we are going to live forever and ever. This path is very short, because according to the words of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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Almighty, the lifespan of myeloma is between 60 to 70 years a very short life span image Allah has given us we are supposed to use this life to secure investments that will reap great profits and rewards for us in the hereafter.

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We are going to abide forever and ever mirrorless Canon hautala grant us all clinical fellows, I mean, so many brothers and sisters is dumb. You're walking down the path that is you're making your way down this life. You have to be careful that you make your way very carefully exercising caution, because the tones are the mojarra motto for last cannabinoids on the prohibitions of Eliza virgin, say for example, the last season the number four on what was in

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that do not even think of getting close to Xena what Takako Xena in

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Sevilla and the ayah continues a lot of nonsense, and do not commit Zina. But instead, he said, Don't even think of getting close to Xena don't even think of getting close to Sarah. So you see the thought of Xena you move away from it. That is stuff where you exercise caution and move away from it. So think about it. You've got a path that is full of thorns. Can you walk down that path? absent mindedly Can you walk without thinking? You can't. You have to walk very carefully where you're observing. You're very diligent, you have to be conscious of the thoughts. This is the fourth throughout our lives we can never ever remain absent minded. We have to always be careful thinking

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because chevonne is out there waiting to snatch us with the thorns. So we have to be careful and move away from the thorns and make our way carefully down there. But the How can one improve taqwa? How can one improve the fear and the consciousness of Allah subhanho wa Taala Well, the more you know Allah, the more you know Allah subhanho wa Taala The more you will feel a lot the more you will be conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So how does one go about knowing ally surgeon? Primarily you have to seek knowledge study about Allah Subhana Medina in the sense study about the names of allies origin study about the attributes of Allah subhanho wa Taala. The more you study about Allah

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azza wa jal, the more your heart will be filled with the ole and fear for Allah subhanho wa Taala, the more you will bring in taqwa into your life. And secondly, you have to study the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala. around you and within you, the more you look around and observe the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala, the more you will be filled with the Grand View and the greatness of Allah subhanho wa Taala in your heart, look around you look at all these amazing and beautiful creations that you see around you, the ocean, the mountains, the heavens, the stars, the celestial objects, look around you, the animals, the birds, the fish, every single creation around

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you, indicates towards the greatness and the grandeur of Allah subhanho wa Taala towards the power of Allah subhanho wa Taala every tree that you see every plant that you see, every leaf that you see indicates towards the greatness of allies origin. And at times, many brothers and sisters in STEM, we don't necessarily have a look around us to understand the greatness of Allah subhanho wa Taala it will suffice if you were to look within yourself within yourself. The other day, I was reading an article that had some amazing facts about the human body amazing facts, and I thought of just sharing those facts with you all, because these are just mind boggling facts. I'm sure you will just

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be blown away with these facts. Listen to the facts. Did you know that a drop of blood Did you know that a drop of blood contains 250 million cells within just one drop of blood 250 million cells? Did you know that a healthy liver processes around 720 liters of blood per day a healthy functioning liver processes around 720 liters of blood per day. Those who may be suffering from liver problems may Allah subhana wa Jalla save us from the disease may Allah ease the suffering for those who are suffering from that disease. I mean, we say I mean, you would know what a great difficulty they undergo those whose kidneys are failing me Allah subhanho wa Taala is the situation for them. I

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mean, they have to go through a process known as dialysis where their blood is generally sent through a machine and this machine purifies the blood and puts it back into their body. The entire process takes around four to five hours, four to five hours. And depending on the individual's condition, it may have to be done three to four times a week. You have to go sit down in a hospital, plug yourself into a machine and you have to wait for four to five hours for that machine to do the process and it does not do a perfect job. It involves a lot of pain and it on the long run it affects your immune system but do you know whilst you're sitting here listening to me and whilst I'm

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talking to you all our kidneys are functioning within our bodies and during that process.

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Our kidneys die

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It feels they're functioning within our bodies and purifying our blood. Our liver mechanism is you know beautifying our blood.

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Look at the greatness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Did you know that a human body contains almost around 200,000 temperature detectors, like thermometers, if you will, to make sure that our body is in a comfortable state. And that's why we feel cold at times we feel the heat at times when we feel hot. What do we do we go and take a shower. We won't necessarily bundle ourselves we will wear a jacket when it's hot, because we feel hot. When we feel cold. What do we do we grabbed the blankets we put on the heater we put on a jacket to make sure that our body's temperature is maintained. There are roughly around 200,000 temperature sensors in your body.

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Did you know that the human body has almost around 505 100,000 Touch detectors, touch sensors, your mobile phones, you have touch sensors wherever you touch your phone. And now if you take the iPhone six, six s plus, you have something known as force touch, 3d Touch where you press and hold and you get a different feature a different menu pops up you have forced touch. But did you know that in your body you have almost 500,000 Touch detectors that if say for example, an ant want to crawl on your feet or on your hand, you immediately know that something is crawling on your body? Why 500,000 Touch detectors spread across your entire body? Who put it there for you? Did Samsung put it for

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you? The Apple bought it for you? A loss of hands on one's a high 500,000 Touch detectors a human ear? Did you know that a human ear contains almost around 24,000 fibers in it fibers to help you hear perfectly Allahu Akbar. Did you know this is interesting. A single human sperm contains almost around 37.5 MB of male DNA required to create a human child 37.5 MB of data is stored within one male sperm. And then doctors go on to state that means that an average ejaculation of sperm sees the transfer when a male ejaculate sperm that sees the transfer of almost 1500 terabytes of information

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when sexual intercourse takes place 1500 TVs you know one DB is 1000 gb now you have hard disks. This size that has one Tb 1000 gB 1000 gb I can ask the video of numbers they will tell you HD content you can record hours and hours, hours and hours of HD content in one TV, but in one session have ejaculation 1500 terabytes are being processed a lot 1500 terabytes. Where is the server storage space? Where is the storage SSD if you will know the hard disk space within one ejaculation 1500 terabytes Allahu Akbar a square inch of skin one square inch of skin consists of 1300 nerve cells. And did you know a square inch of skin consists of three yards of blood vessels. When you

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look at your hand for example, you have nerves there are some nerves if you can see that optic nerves. Did you know that within that there are teeny tiny blood vessels within one square inch there are almost around three yards of blood vessels. Did you know that almost around 32 million bacteria called every inch of your skin as home they have basically made every inch of your skin as their own homes 32 million good and bad bacteria because we need good bacteria to function we need good bacteria as well to function 32 million bacteria across your your skin every inch of your skin. Did you know that all the blood in your body passes 400 times through each kidney every single day

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the entire amount of blood that is in your body, it passes 400 times to each kidney every single day.

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Did you know that when you blink one eye, you move over 200 muscles to blink just to blink one eye 200 muscles. And if even one of those muscles were not to work in the last panel data working cause one of those muscles to malfunction you will not be able to blink. Sometimes we take high and mighty of ourselves. Oh I have earned so much I have built this huge house and running around in an expensive vehicle. If Allah were to just pinch one muscle of yours, you will not be able to blink look at how we

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Allah is the Greatest.

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And then did you know that if you could save all the times you your eyes blink in one lifetime. Do you know throughout your life, you basically blink so many hundreds and millions of times like even throughout this lecture you must have played around 100 or 200 times without us knowing we blink blink blink

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So they say that if you could save all the times your eyes blink in one lifetime, and if you could use all those blinks at once, think about it. Say if you blink 20 million or 100 million times throughout your lifetime, you save all of that and make it one big blink. Okay, one big blink all the tiny blinks you make it one big blink, you would be blind, you would see blackness for one and a half years, that one blink would last one and a half years, approximately one and a half years, you will be blamed, you will be like this for one and a half years. If you were to gather all the blanks of your life, average lifetime loss.

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In one square inch of our hand, we have nine feet of blood vessels. We have 600 pain sensors, we have 9000 nerve endings, 36, heat sensors, and 75 pressure sensors in one square inch. If you were to pick your hand with a pin, you would immediately feel the pain Oh something jabbed me. If a mosquito would come and land on your hand now and pick you, you would immediately hit it and you would start scratching, you feel the mosquito. So think about it within one square inch. Who said like say when you take an apple processor, for example, this tiny processor, there are researchers, they are experts, they are engineers who sit down and put every sensor in place who put every sensor

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in place for you within the darkness of the wombs of your mothers. You are in the wombs of your mother's when Allah subhanho wa Taala created you who put these sensors in place who put these tiny sensors in place who put these heat sensors in place who put these vessels in place other than the supreme creator, the King of all kings and last Hannah Montana.

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Did you know that on average, an adult a human beings heart pumps about 4000 gallons of blood per day, which motor which water pump can handle 4000 gallons of blood on a daily basis every single day. You don't even you're putting any effort. You're not sitting at home and pumping. You're not doing anything you're walking around you're doing your own thing and your heart is pumping

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4000 gallons of blood per day. Without that blood if you know if your heart where to start what happens heart attack.

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The person

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is pumping by the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala Did you know that your lips your ribs they move about 5 million times per year every time you breathe

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5 million times every single year. Every time you breathe 5 million times it moves your the bones move. Did you know that your nose can remember almost around 50,000 different sense. You get the smell of samosa you know this is Amazon you get the smell of pizza masala pizza, you get the smell of a Master Roshi

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you notice when you get the smell of the any of the burger, burger, perfumes You know, this is one blonde This is done here. This is this perfume that perfume you know these are oh this is Amber Mashallah, this is this.

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You know, you smell that smells are you know, The garbage truck is going now this is the garbage man, you know, this is a bad smell. That is this smells of fish, this smells of chicken, this smells of beef,

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you will notice remembers almost 50,000 different scents and all of this is connected to your memories. At times you're walking down the street and you get a familiar smell. And a memory is recalled. You remember oh I was here this semester and I smelled the smell or so and so was wearing this perfume and I remember him now it is connected to your memory very, very strongly 50,000 different scents. So a long line and there might be a hard disk somewhere inside your nose recording all this information 50,000 different scents. Did you know that just to take one step, one step you use 200 muscles 200 different muscles. When I spoke about muscles earlier in terms of your eyes,

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those were small muscles in terms of your legs that are different sized muscles, huge muscles, you have your hamstrings you have this massive calf muscles, all your muscles that are utilized for one step. Now this is an amazing fact the last one did you know that if all of your arteries, all of your veins and all of the capillaries of the human blood system, the blood circulatory system if all of these veins were laid out just one human being your wings if it were laid out, you know if all your nerves were taken out, and if they were laid joint together and laid out end to end,

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the total length would be 60,000 miles or 100,000 kilometers. Did you know that that is nearly two and a half times around planet Earth.

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If your nerves were taken out and laid out one after the other, the entire length is two and a half times around.

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The planet Earth, just one human being, one human being, who put all of this in place who packed everything. You know, sometimes when you take these wires, these long wires, we find it difficult to roll it up and keep it carefully you know in a nice place, who packed all of these nerves in your body and move back to it in such a way that your blood is flowing without any interruption. Even if one nerve you know how blood clots go to the brain. If one nerve gets pinched, a little bit of a clot forms and it goes straight to the brain. And then you suffer from a stroke. May Allah subhanho wa Taala save us on one nerve gets blocked a little. Take a hose, a water hose you plugged into the

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tap and you want to wash your cup if you drag it one kilometer, somewhere in the middle of somebody tramples it, water won't come if someone holds it like this water won't come Think about your nerves. Everything has been put in such a way that blood is flowing throughout your body without any interruption.

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If you study fact, after the fact I can go on the list goes on and on and on. We can go on to the start if you want with the amazing facts just about our bodies and think about the amazing facts around us. Each time you read something mind boggling like this, or Panama

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he has not created any of this in way. He has created every single thing for a purpose. The more we study about our lives, the more hearts which are filled with the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the consciousness of Allah subhanho wa Taala so my dear brothers and sisters in Islam, this month of Ramadan is an amazing opportunity for you to enhance your levels of taqwa. So study about the knowledge of study about the knowledge of Islam study about what was happening with Allah study about the names and attributes of Eliza ponder and reflect around about the creation that is around you ponder and reflect upon upon your own body to know more about what's happening with Allah. The

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more you know about Eliza the more your heart will be filled with the taqwa of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the more your heart is filled with the taqwa of Allah azza wa jal, you will be successful and victorious in this world, as well as the hereafter as Allah states, the noble Koran in the cinema faza Indeed, for the people of taqwa is Mufasa victory, they will be granted victory and success, they will be victorious in this world, as well as the hereafter May Allah subhanho wa Taala make us all from the victorious and successful ones. With that I conclude today's session and inshallah inshallah we will be continuing tomorrow with Episode Three, day three, same time, same

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place, Mr. node. So see, I hope to see you all tomorrow in Shahada Allah, does that mean that hairbow said mRNA from what I'm going to warn you about okay.