Tafseer of Surah Nahl V120 – 128

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Welcome to the final episode guys on hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. We are here at the last episode and coming to the conclusion of suta nahal. So let's get right into it so that at least we can complete the sutra and in shout Allahu taala. There's a couple of things that I want to share with you with our next series. Allah subhanho wa Taala continues. So we are at verse number 120 in a bottle he McKenna uhm, that in Ibrahim can own Ibrahim alayhis salam was an oma by himself. Just one. He was so beloved to Allah subhanho wa Taala. His profound impact and the legacy that he was going to leave behind was so

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great that Allah called this one men, an entire owner, and then a lion. So Joel describes why colony telling them the word kanita Pon it, or Kanata, it means that somebody who is focused on a mission, they're focused on a path, Ibrahim alayhis salam, not only was he focused and he was concentrated on what his purpose was and what his legacy was. But he also upon it also means that he enjoyed what he was doing. So for somebody to really concentrate on a specific goal, or an ending or a journey. They have to be able to love and be passionate about that journey, and so on. It also captures that Ibrahim alayhis salam, he was passionate about what he was focused on of being a prophet submitted

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himself to his creator, but also leaving a legacy behind teaching the people that he was sent to the generations that will come afterwards, praying for them and making dua for them. As we saw in sorbitol Baccarat, so many doors that Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam made for you and I and we are the response to those doors We are the answer to the door as of April he Marley has slammed all of that is encompassed under this word, Connie telenovela. He did this all at the end of the day for the sake of Allah. It's not like today where you'll find a lot of people. They might have goals to serve Islam in their own way. But then there are always some there fragments within the oma that are doing

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it for more than just Allah. You know, they might be doing it for fame, they might be doing it for money, they might be doing it for recognition, just so many different components. But Ibrahim alayhis salam, one of the greatest lessons that we can get from him, and how he remained so focused and dedicated on this path is that he was caught internally that there was a passion there for him and he loved to do what Allah sent him to do. hanifa there were no biases, while I'm here, criminal machinery cane. This is like somebody saying, oh, he was also English lick. While lemmya criminal machinery cane. He was not even amongst the machine that the those who had associated with a lot. So

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this was an answer to a rhetorical question. Oh, I think he was part of the machine. No, he wasn't even part of that. He wasn't even near them. He was never amongst them in the sense that he was counted as part of that. Shakira neurone This is just unbelievable. Shakira is a Halle. So it's describing a state that Ibrahim was in or at least the quality of the Brahim Ali Salaam, he was a man of gratitude. That was who he is. When you think of Ibrahim alayhis salaam, you think of a man that was grateful lead an army and army and we've already come across this word it showed up once before in the same sorta, and it's not the same as Namah Namah. All the noble blessings from Allah

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subhanho wa Taala. And I'm just a few. Ibrahim Alayhi Salam was a man that had the quality of gratitude based on the few blessings that he would reflect on and be grateful for. Now, here's the question. What was he grateful for? Just think about his life for a minute. You know, he got expelled out of his community, his father turned against him, because you know, he confronted his father about idol worship. What does the father do? If you don't stop doing this? I'll have you stoned out. I'll have you stoned out of this village. can't have children until he was around 89 to 90 years old finally has his first child when he has his first child. Immediately Alessia sacrificer

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son when he continues with his Darwin, he continues projecting this message. everyone around him all the leaders around him tribal leaders, the community, the village turn against Ibrahim Ali Salim and they bit pretty much made him out to be the enemy.

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Because why you know who's this kid gonna walk around at 13 and 14 years old telling us that we can bow down to our idols, we can do this, we can do that. And so what do they do they build a fire so high that birds in the sky were falling from the sky from the intense heat of this fire, and they're gonna go and throw Ibrahim Ali has slammed into this fire. Then in addition to that, he's commanded to leave his wife Hajj out, and his son in the middle of the desert and go into the path of Allah is just one thing after another after another. What does Ibrahim Ali Salim respond with Shakira, and Rami, he's grateful to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And that's the quality in him. It's just

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unbelievable. To take a moment and really think about what he's actually grateful for, you know, no family, no friends, no community nothing. And he's still saying Alhamdulillah he still carries the quality of gratitude into who HTML who is when you select somebody based on a specific quality they have. So Allah subhanho wa Taala selected Ibrahim alayhis salaam for the qualities of strength that he possessed. commitment, dedication, gratitude, all of these qualities will have that will allow Serato step here and we guided him towards the Citadel total step in the straight path while at a natural fit dunya Hasson and we gave him in this world has no goodness we're in the hole Phil filati

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lemina solly hin and in the here after he will be amongst the sod in the righteous in the good. Now there are four categories of people in sorbitan nice Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions Namibian prophets and messengers, messengers will Cydia pain, the truthful ones will show had dead the martyrs and then you have well solidly him the fourth category, which is the righteous the saw the hain who is able to hear Marley, he said, I'm going to be with what in the whole film theater in the alpha he will be amongst the solid him that's the bare minimum. So out of these four categories, the one at the bottom is called Sani hain, Ibrahim alayhis salaam is also going to hang out with him.

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That's why I titled this video in the company of Ibrahim alayhis salaam. So in other words, none of us are going to be prophets and messengers, because that's done with but acidic pain, the truthful ones, with Shahada, the martyrs will saw the hain and the righteous, there's a potential that, you know, we could be amongst one of these three categories. And so it's incredibly amazing. And just I don't know how to describe it. There's this like sense of peace and happiness from within, to know that maybe someday you and I will be in the company of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis. Salaam. You know, I often think about if I ever met him or the Prophet, Darlene salt whatsoever, what would be

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the first thing that I would say to him? What would I say to my family has said, If I met her, you know, if Allah subhanho wa Taala blesses me and I pray that Allah blesses me and all of you ever have an opportunity to walk into the gates of Genoa, where we where we will reside forever in Chatelet Hotel lahoma. I mean, what would you say? Well, if you see Maria Marley has said, Have you read her story? You read the surah you studied her life? What would I say? What would you say if we when we meet a boy he Marley his solemn, I don't know what I would say, I'll be like, Man, you know, I read your story. I read your surah or I learned the surah after you that was named after you. I

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studied all the verses. I studied your life. You inspired me. I wanted to be like you. I wanted to be someone of gratitude. I tried to live my life based on your teachings as well. You know, and you were just the inspiration for me, you know, to be able to sit beside him to talk to him. You know, Allah subhanho wa Taala called Ibrahim alayhis salaam, his friend with Taha Ibrahima, Hadi like to have a low Ibrahim mahalo Allah. Allah subhanho wa Taala took Ibrahim as highly as his close friend. You know you are the friend of Allah and now I get to be your friend. So we're in the hotel Alfredo to let me know sila hint is just a beautiful beautiful hint. There's a possibility that we could be

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in the company of Yo bro he Marley his salon, and hopefully other prophets and messengers and great leaders in sha Allah hotelera in the field of hyena la can it be a middle letter Ibrahim hanifa and then we ordered you you Mohammed Salah lahardee he was selling them that you follow the teachings from Ibrahim Ali is slamming the followers of Ibrahim Ali has sent an American I mean an emotionally keen and he was never from amongst those that are associated with a lot in the military.

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Your sub to Ireland as a full fee. Here's another hint that a lot of this context is for the keytab or the food that we had given them the Sabbath either Latina Tana foofy based on what they differed upon some of the scholars of Tafseer may say that the Sabbath was given to the Jews because they had different or disagreed with Juma but Juma was actually initially given to them. So as a result, the Sabbath was, you know, as a consequence for them not agreeing to or wanting to follow the teachings of the profit artists are certain with respect to the jumaan we're in nada que la como Bina homeo mo pm at FEMA can or fee of telephone, and indeed our master in shut Allahu taala les como benina, whom

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he will be the judge amongst them on the Day of Judgment, based on the things that they used to differ amongst odori Ls de Lille Robic, this verse, we're going to spend a few minutes on Okay, odo Ls abelia Arabic and call or invite to the path of Allah. Here are the four main ingredients, that when you teach your religion to the world, one of four ingredients, you can use all four depending on the scenario, but it's always going to be one of these four, number one wisdom bill Hickman number two well now we're over to Lesson number three what J Dilla. Whom bility here accent and then that you argue, well, let's let's take this one by one would bill Hickman wisdom? If you notice, all

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Prophets and Messengers were given the gift of wisdom? Allah subhana wa tada says in Surah Al Baqarah. You tell hc Mehta mania sha Allah gives wisdom to whomever He wills. And we've talked about this in previous episodes, that wisdom is not something you learn out of a book, you can't take a course or a class and study what wisdom is, but rather wisdom is a gift that is blessed to you from our Creator. subhanho wa Taala. So all the prophets and messengers had this. Now you have to decide that when you're talking about this religion, in whatever, you know, whatever scenario that you decide, and you have to understand and figure out how to use your wisdom when you're projecting this

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message, how and what you say and how you say, there is a time and place for everything. And so that's the first ingredient Allah gives us of how we project this message, while malware is volatile. heceta malware, infantile Hasina is a deep penetrating, good reminder that penetrates the heart. So sometimes it's literally just about sitting there. And just having a good conversation, a meaningful conversation, a conversation where you really show it express some sense of sincerity, love and care for the other person, Mo, Mo are able to hessonite is something that every one of us should have with our family, with our relatives, with our children, with our spouses, our relative

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escena Hickman is there too, but more a little hesitant is even greater. Why? Because at the end of the day, these are the people that you are responsible for, and you live with your closest to and we saw earlier on in this sutra, in verse number 90, that Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us now that famous verse that we always hear it, and so on, what he tells you, the quarterback, and that you give towards your relatives. So there's always a priority with the family. And so mobile a little hasna is something that you always use in your day to day life. Wisdom and Hickman you decide when and how then Allah gives us the third ingredient. And that is what your ideal home jendela as we've

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already discussed, means to argue but a lot so much other saying Jed didn't home build it here is an argue back with what is better. So if somebody's shouting at you, you don't shout back so you respond to that scenario. With something better composed with a HELOC with etiquettes. Keep yourself stick to the point stick to the subject, talk but talk in a manner that is better than how you were spoken to. And then the fourth ingredient, listen to what Allah subhanaw taala says next in Rebecca who will be mumble learned severely. Don't worry a lie. So a jewel is the one that has knowledge of those who have been misguided on his path well, and then will be monitored in and he is the one that

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has complete knowledge of who is guided. So what's the fourth ingredient here? The fourth ingredient is that

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Allah is the one that guides or misguides. That's not our job or your job. Our job is to do the first three. The fourth is a less job that's less territory, he will decide who or what the outcome is in any of those scenarios. And that's a huge burden. That's

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A huge burden on our shoulders that's lifted from us now, because why we don't have to worry about the results. But we have to worry and be concerned about more so in how we project, our message, and the conversations and the style of the choice of words, the tone of our voices, all of these components. That's what we're concerned about the most, you know, this topic, or excuse me, this verse, we can sit here and talk about it for hours, there's so much that's been compacted into this verse. And hopefully one day we can do that in shut low town and like you can build an entire downhill course for an entire weekend. You know, for 20 hours, you can build an entire course just

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on this one verse, it is that comprehensive. Well, in our club, tunefab people will be mithali Maru pivot to me. So what happens whenever data will become successful? Let's say you start an organization, you start a class, you start a Facebook page, and you're just giving down, you know, you build a following and you know, you're here you are, you're just going at it and Chela, you know, you're presenting your message, you're doing it the best way that you can, what, what is the ultimate consequence for that you're going to have enemies, you're going to have people that will get onto your page that will get onto your social media that will talk about you that will mention

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your name, they'll make videos about you all of these things. I'm using these examples specifically because that's the story of my life, guys. You know, we've been doing live videos almost every day for the past five or six months since lockdown Alhamdulillah. By Allah's grace, I've done more than 200 videos now since then. And I don't plan on stopping I don't care about the quantity, I just pray that Allah subhanaw taala accepts even just one. The point is, every so often. And those of you that have been with me since the beginning, have you noticed that from time to time, there would be some individuals that will come on the comments section. I don't know who they are, but they'll make some

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awful comments real nasty stuff. And they'll just sit there and you know, you it's almost like it's so pathetic in many ways that people would actually take the time log in, you know, roam around on the internet, find your page, get onto your life, start typing stuff for what what satisfaction is there and I mean, even if it's a brief satisfaction, we've already heard Mehta padeen and what Martha Aleem, it's just gonna be a short, brief moment, wherever like Haha, I finally got in, you know, in that adult type, whatever they want to type, and I can from time to time see it. But at the same time, I don't see it. Because I don't care. Right at the end of the day, I know that this is a

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consequence, this is part of this discipline of me trying to teach something. And at the end of the day trying to teach my religion to the rest of the world and there are obviously going to be people that will rebel and push back on that and all the door at all speakers like myself, cross the globe at all levels, go go through and have to cope with the same thing and some very, very serious levels, right. So what does Allah subhanaw taala tell us to do what NRL club tune for our people will be mithali, Meru pipitone be somebody was to retaliate against to fire up people will be mythri marel pipitone will be so in context, this a is preparing the Companions for the Battle of bedel. So

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a lot so jealous saying that when they retaliate against you, then you retaliate with something equal to but that's the maximum you can't go further than that. So if they comment against you, or they create a campaign against I do the same thing, but not beyond that. In other words, you're going to counter a campaign by standing up for what was right. So if everybody's calling you a liar, everybody's calling you corrupt, every club is calling you different things, you're going to counter that with another campaign saying this is not what Islam is. This is not what the Muslims are, this is not what my religion teaches us, etc, etc. So that's what it's talking about. It's not talking

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about if somebody punches you punch back, no, but it's talking about the principle that if somebody is attacking you, then you're going to respond with not another attack, but you're going to counter that with something equal to So again, if it's a post, you know, somebody wrote all kinds of false narratives and lies against you and use your good name. You're going to also put a post out there to defend yourself to stand up and say, Okay, look, this was inaccurate, here's the truth here are the here are the points, etc, etc. So that's what it means to respond equally. But listen to what Allah does next. The verses not done yet. Well in sobre, la highrollers, Siberian but if you were more if

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you were a patient, that is the thing that Allah loves the most is the

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Were amongst his patient. So if you just like you know what, just like you know, a lot of you what you say, you know, when you see these comments, just ignore them just be patient. That's what Allah loves more. And that's what I tried to do. And I'm sure a lot of you tried to do the same, right? Well, I'll submit one I'll submit, okay. levolor, Allah tells the Prophet Mohammed Ali, subtle sir wasp will be patient, when my son broke a leg bill, you know, this is a really important point, because patience comes from home, from Allah Subhana. Allah is the one that makes us patient, you know, there are things that we can do to help with them. But at the end of the day, that quality

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that is instilled in a believer comes directly from our Creator, subhanho wa Taala. It's gifted to us, just like wisdom, and a lot. So Joel says when I texted him, and don't be sad, or don't grieve over what they're saying about you, you know, from time to time, because we're humans, at the end of the day, when people make insults or write awful comments about you and use your name. They know nothing about you. You know, I never wanted to do Darwin to be famous, I wanted to be effective, I wanted to be inspiring, I wanted people to feel good about themselves. And if you feel good about yourself, that's one step forward to doing the right things, and you continue to do that. But with

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that, you know, your name gets thrown out, people know who you are, your fate, your your platforms start to grow, your online presence starts to grow. And one of the consequences for that is lots and lots and lots of endless amount of criticism. Sometimes that criticism would get to you, and it will make you sad. And you'll sit there and you're like, how could people say something about you in that way, and have no idea who you are, have never taken the time to understand you to talk to you to get to know you yet, throw all of these awful comments and insults against you. Unfortunately, like you know, for my somebody like myself, you know, and and all speakers at large, we go through this even

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with our own Muslim communities from time to time, our own brothers or sisters, we'll make some really, really awful comments and insult you to the point where you go home and you're like, man, I just want to quit, I just want to quit, I don't want to do this anymore. I want to find a job at a store somewhere hide at the back and just pack boxes or something like that's all they want to do.

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until Allah subhanho wa Taala shows you that one person that may have listened to a talk. And that talk had impacted them. You know, about a month ago, a sister in Calgary told me a story. And Lola, you know, it really brought tears to my eyes like I really I got so emotional because I had never heard anything like that. You know, this one sister, she was far from Islam, like she was nowhere near you barely calling herself a Muslim. And she had listened to a series that I have online about the prophets prayer described. And she said that that series literally changed her life brought her closer to prayer. And then she started doing that. And then it led to one thing led to another, she

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started praying, and then then from that she started to, you know, dress differently and act differently. And just slowly, slowly, she started to change her life. And you know, some of the things that she said to me was that, you know, this series is what brought me to Islam, like it brought me to my faith had brought me closer to the creator and a las panatela facilitated that you were the one that brought that reminder to me. And I just I felt very proud. And I felt very good about that. And those are the moments that kind of reenergize you. You know, I kind of call those moments your spiritual vitamins. So those are my spiritual vitamins from time to time when somebody

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gives you positive feedback like that, that something you may have said or done had had a meaningful impact in on them or on their life in some way, shape, or form. And those are the things that keep you driven and keep you motivated and continue to move forward. And so the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is getting that same reminder, but at the end of the day, he can't lose hope. And the way that you maintain hope is you have to maintain patience and unless primatology gives them reassurance, don't be sad and don't grieve over what they're planning on what they're seeing what they're doing about you. What a typical field life can be mayhem caught on and don't allow your chest to be

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constrained and restricted. You know, based on what they're planning against you because why in the law hamari levina. telco well let the you know home mercy known Allah subhanho wa Taala is always those that possess some level of consciousness with him. You notice that a lot does not talk about motor pin matakohe with the one that has taqwa There are two ways to look at this. If

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Alice says in Maryland, the Maryland motor team, that he is with them with Turkey. You're saying that Allah is with the one who has the quality of taqwa in them. Not everyone has that. But my Lavina taco is like a Latina and Latino and Latina mm, MN, someone who recognizes Amen, but that's the path that they need to be on but they're not there yet. Allah is saying he is with the person that recognizes the importance of taqwa. Even though it's not a quality within, they understand that's where they need to be. And they continue that journey. And as long as you continue that journey, unless with you,

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that's all of us. That's every single one of us. Some, some of us are there, some of us are still on that journey will lead you in a home soon. That's the ending. That's where we want to be taqwa leads to sn sends the peak of human Morrison is the one that has the quality of the sun in them. So Morrison is the one is the one who carries the quality of sin and righteousness in them. It's who they are, you see in them. And so with that being said, may Allah subhana wa tada accept from us this journey, and all the other journeys that we've taken together. This concludes suta tonnelle 128 vs. I want to take a quick minute to just also express my and extend my gratitude to all of you for

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supporting me and tuning into these series every single day. There are a lot of names that I've started to memorize because I just I see you so often online, and you're with me, in every single episode, I just want you to understand and to know that I see you, I recognize you, I know who you are. And not personally Of course, most of you I don't know personally because you live in different parts of the world. But the point is, at the end of the day, I appreciate all of you. I appreciate those of you who pop in even for a split second, and then you leave for whatever reason I appreciate that you took the time to you know, press okay, let's see what he's talking about. Even if it's for

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five seconds, I appreciate that. Five seconds is enough for someone need to get a reminder to be you know, for something to be triggered in their heart and they can continue their day. And so male lives so it will accept your support. You may Allah subhanaw taala accept your efforts. May Allah subhana wa Taala love you and protect you wherever you are along the way. I mean, with that being said brothers and sisters,

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we are going to start our new series tomorrow. Are you guys ready to hear what this new series is? So first thing is I'll say it will be another Tafseer in short Lolita. But what we're going to do is we're going to look at obviously another suitum. And it's a suited that I have rarely alluded to in any of my reminders. I've rarely mentioned the name of the suta. But there is a reason why I'm going to choose the suta lots of different things that I want to mention, especially in the introduction. Now we're going to shift our attention to the women in Islam, the women in the history of our Deen now we're going to shift our attention to an understanding the contributions of female scholarship.

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So we're going to look at Maria Maria has said, we're going to look at ESEA or the Ola one, we're going to look at multi modal your lover and we're going to look at hijo de la Marina, all of the famous famous women of Islam, and that whole conversation about their contributions towards this religion. And I've said this 1000 times in person in my lectures, that women without them Islam would never ever be where it is today. And even the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam depended on women for certain things, you know, even for protection for knowledge to preserve the state, etc, etc. So I'm going to give you a bunch of examples and an introduction to the subject. And that will

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lead to our Tafseer of sudut meridiam insha, Allah hotelera. So tomorrow, we are going to start sort of morean and what I'm going to do something really different. I don't think we've ever done this anywhere, or I've have seen this anywhere. But this is going to be a bit longer in terms of it's a series of the terms of episodes, although it is a short sorta it because of all of the other issues that I want to include as part of this subject. We're going to include a lot of phip that pertain

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to women issues and women, you know, fit related scenarios, we're going to talk a lot about that. And wherever I can squeeze in a fit issue or ms Ella or a scenario that pertains to, you know what, how it makes women's lives easier in whatever way, shape or form, we're going to do that. So we're going to talk about who Madame alayhis salam is a little bit about her biography, what we know about her what people think is authentic about her and what isn't. And inshallah huhtala. Let's see where that takes us. But we're going to show it to you guys, because this is the poor end that I use with for my tip.

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That is our next Surah Surah Maryam insha, Allah who Tara Allah, I hope you guys are happy and excited for that as much as I am, I have a lot of material that's been prepared on this sort of, so I really am anxious to get it out there. The one thing that I'll give you a quick hint about sort of millennium, one of the things that makes sort of money and so beautiful and so unique, is actually the rhythm in the sorta how each of the verses in the entire sort of how they rhyme, and how they end. So the, the syntax of each area, the structure of the verses, is so different from any other surah. And the question is, why is there something additional, that's been added to the meaning and

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the lessons behind those verses because of the way these verses have been structured? Because of the the style and the rhythm? Does that mean that it's just going to sound nicer, it's going to sound different? Or is there a deeper wisdom and lesson inshallah hotevilla there, and it's a little bit of both. So that's what we're going to do insha Allah hotel is starting tomorrow, we will begin with sorta memorium via Villa hytera. And hopefully, that will take us into some other sources, but I don't want to jump the gun. So with that being said, I also promised you guys some q&a, and I do see that some of you have typed some questions. So let me go back here.

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Okay, so let's see what we got here.

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Okay, so

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I believe it's Sister Nancy mon Khan, asking, Can we use these two phrases for the same purpose? I mean, Rob bhullar. I mean, and I mean, he or bill, Darrell. I mean, yes, they're both fine. I mean, there's slight differences in the language, but I don't Buhler. I mean,

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is, is fine, as well as a biller. I mean, I mean, you're a biller. I mean, yeah, they're both fine. What's more accurate is what will it mean? But both of them is fine in short law hotel. It's not it's not a major issue.

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Let's see what you call my Chrome alikum. Sarah, to lie he towel Obamacare two. Okay.

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Lots of lots of wonderful comments, wonderful words of support male line, so it'll give it all back to you in return 10 times more. So tomorrow, guys, I'm going to I'm not taking no breaks. I don't like taking breaks. And that's not always a good thing. Because sometimes I just burned myself out, which is why sometimes I'll come to you guys and be like, Yeah, please pardon me for today I'm exhausted. It's really because I just I bike more than I can chew. I'll start my day every single day with with the C Series and then I'll go on to 100 different things and but Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah it's a short life and try to maximize our time as best as we can with with each other

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with our family and so on. So, inshallah, we will see you all tomorrow around the same time. I'll try to change this background again, just to make it a little different. I have no idea what I'll do, but stay tuned. beardslee Lita, Allah May Allah subhanaw taala Bless you all Salaam wa Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh