Tafseer of Surah Nahl V71-78

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Selam Aleykum mauritiana to LA he robot a cat net hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. So let's continue with suta nahal. We are now at verse number 71. Allah subhanho wa Taala continues while love who fought Bala Bala Kumar Allah barrel fielder is a law had preferred some of you over others with respect to risk. You know, what you get immediately from this verse is that equality in terms of Allah's wealth and unless provision is different for all of us, we're not going to all have across the blanket equal amounts of wealth and status. But even within the oma, but the world at large, we're all going to have or be at different levels when it comes to sustenance and notice from

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Allah, but at the end of the day, at the end of the day, Allah subhana wa Taala provides and provides what he feels is best and sufficient for you and I, now those that have been blessed with more wealth, in whatever capacity in whatever way, shape or form aligns. So with john now addresses some of the responsibilities that they have. So the first lesson here is in the core n, when it comes to the distribution of wealth, status, etc. It's different for all of us, you know, and that's really important because there are movements around the world that call for equality in terms of payment, in terms of salaries, in terms of wealth, in terms of status. So the bus drivers should get

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the same salary as the doctor and so on and so forth. But in the poor, and there's a clear distinction between all of that, and what you do, how you work, what career you have, what background you have, the efforts you have, where you live, etc, all of these components play a major role. And at the end of the day, Allah subhanho wa Taala makes it very clear that it's just different for some as opposed to others. But there's one responsibility that everybody who is blessed with some type of wealth must have that responsibility is coming up shortly. I look into units from LSE fugly Lu bureaux de risking malakut, a man whom phone fee so uh, then Allah subhanho

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wa Taala continues, and he says, And as for those that we have preferred, with our risk upon those whom your right hand possesses, so in other words, if the wealthy uses some of their money, and takes care of the secretary takes care of the helpers, the assistance, the caretakers, and those that work for him or her, this is the concern that Allah subhanaw taala brings to our attention, and he says, some for whom fee so well, then at the end of the day, they are all at the same level, in terms of what appears to be near a multi level e edge Hadoop, so is it going to be the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala, that one will find hardship and difficulty. And so in other words, if you

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put all of this together, it's very, very straightforward that at the end of the day, even the one who is blessed with knowledge and blessed with wealth and power, authority and status, uses that to look after those who are not at his or her level. So it's like the CEO, ensuring that the employees at the end of the day, get all of their basic rights, get all of the basic benefits, make sure that they're given a decent salary, a salary in which they can survive and provide for themselves and their families. That's the key idea. So even though in terms of the status that you know, you have the CEOs here, his wealth, his power, etc, and all the other workers are at different levels. We are

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all the same in terms of whatever is provided to us, we're able to sustain ourselves and we're able to provide for our families were able to live a quote unquote normal life. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala continues, while long jarlath cummin and fusi. Come as well Joe, Allah had given for all of you from amongst you, as well as spouses. What Jeremiah mean, as well, Jiuquan Ben in our half adder, and from the spouses, you were able to have children and even grandchildren. Now pause for a moment. There's a number of different things here to talk about. Number one, while Allahu gyla locum men and physicalness word Allah gave you from amongst to your spouses. Here's the first lesson.

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Allah is the one that blesses you with a spouse. It's not how many flowers you can buy. It's not how many gifts you can buy. It's not how much wealth you have. You see, we just finished talking about wealth. Then the next thing a lot talks about is marriage and the spouses that Allah blesses you with.

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What's one of the greatest obstacles that particularly young people young adults have when they want to get married? What's one of the most what's the most one of the biggest obstacles that they have to confront? It's how am I going to take care of a family? How am I going to

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provide for my spouse, how am I going to provide for my wife? How am I going to pay rent, where am I going to live? All of these factors. And these are issues that are enough for them to get discouraged or to delay marriage all over again. So when Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about that we are all different, in terms of our status and wealth. It's important that when you apply that same logic to marriage, you know, one family can afford to live in a beautiful home or a mansion and have all the wealth on the planet. That doesn't mean that that's what marriage is for you. Marriage for you could be something totally different. You can probably just, you know, live in a basic home, you

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know, one bedroom. But the point is, that's the marriage that Allah gives you. And so what you learn from this, when you connect these two together, is that it's important for us to understand where we are in terms of the ladder in society, terms of wealth and status and what Allah gives us. So Allah says, so that's the first thing and the second thing Allah says, min and fusi come, he gave you spouses from amongst yourselves. Now you notice that Allah doesn't specify. So in other words, Allah is saying, anybody from amongst you can be your spouse. So culture is thrown out the window. Race is out the window. You know, there are some exceptions with religion and other things. But the point

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is, is all of that stuff that's very common within the oma, you know, if you're not a particular background, or you don't have this culture, you don't have you don't practice this tradition, all of that is thrown out. This is one of several verses in the Quran ended that deal with this issue. So at the end of the day, who you choose to marry, understand that as long as they have all the things that a lot expects, so in terms of you know, their religion, their Deen, their commitment, their sincerity, etc, they're able to provide for you look, after you get along with everybody, good luck, all of these qualities, that is the most important thing, but the color of their skin, how well they

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can cook, what background they come from, what language they speak, can they fit in with the family in terms of culture, all of that is irrelevant to Allah subhana wa Tada. And this is something that scholars have talked about for ages. Then Allah says, then in addition to that, what jar that comes in, as well, gee, Kumar, benina. As well, as you combine, you know what happened to and from that marriage now, we placed for your children and grandchildren. earlier on in the suta. We talked about children. And we mentioned that children, there are many, many families that wish they could have kids, and they simply can't. And so the children in the corner, and one of their titles is thumb out

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out there, the fruits, they're the blessings, they're the happiness of your home. And now, LS says, the second or the third blessing. The third lesson of this area, is that I bless you with children. So at the end of the day, it's not because you both went to the doctor and you got each other checked out and everything is healthy and hollows children should just happen. Allah is the one that gives that to you. I can tell you so many stories of families in which they tried to have children for whatever reason, and years would go by and they couldn't have children until one day she's pregnant. And one day she you know, she has a child, and even the doctors are stunned. And before

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you know it, they have multiple children. You know, the 4567 kids. remember years ago, I met a sister with the same problem. She couldn't have children. She was depressed and devastated. Her marriage was at risk, everything was falling apart, went to the doctor doctor said don't get pregnant. If you do, you're going to die or your child will die. You're too sick, there's too many complications, etc, etc. She made while she continued to prayed. And then sub panela Today, she has five kids. So you know these verses give the families hope and us particularly those that want to start a family and for whatever reason are unable to do so. To understand that at the end of the

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day. That child comes from our Creator subhanho wa Taala de la Rosa, Coco menapii, Beth and Allah so it will provide for you all the play about the things that are good and bless it and play it for you. A febrile belta de Nino never been a Rahmatullah whom yet foreign. So all in context, so let's talking to them we should have the courage. And he's saying, is it the things that we dislike that you believe in and you trust more so than the blessings that Allah has given you? That's what you disbelieve in. So where's your priorities here is what allies asking, you know, do you have your faith in the things that Allah dislikes? So belting here here in context is referring to the show to

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the statues? idol worship? Do you try

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Those idol worship idols, more than the blessings of Allah already gave you and the blessings in addition to that you disbelieve in those things. Now a lot irons it out and goes into even further detail. Why aren't we doing them in dooney lahemaa young licola Homer is coming a semi well it was out of the Shaya whether you're splitting your own alesse says that they worship other than alum magnetic Emily Kula humor is called they don't possess any form of provision, mean a semi where two will have in the heavens or the earth shape whether you still to your own file appleberry bolinda Hill emcell they're not able to do anything. So Allah literally attacks the idols and says they're

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absolutely useless. They can do nothing for you. They can provide nothing for you Just stop it this is alleged speaking directly to the Pradesh and the machete cone fell out todibo Linda Hill emcell so don't put examples like this with Allah don't make examples out of these idols with Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now, here's the thing. In some traditions, there's an idol for everything. You know, there's an idol for sunshine, the God of the sun, the God of the moon, the God of rain, you know, you want rain, you want sustenance, there's a drought, you pray to the God of the rain, to to cause some moisture from the sky. To provide you have God for food, you have God for marriage, God

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for love, you don't some religions, there's a God for literally everything you can think of God for wealth, God for status, just pray to them, and then you know, things will happen for you. So this is what Allah is referring to, when he says, Don't make examples out of these things with a large religion, you know, so don't tie the two together because why LASIK chemical he Shea that's all you get with Allah is that there is nothing in comparison to him. This is actually the heart of schilke is when you take qualities and rights that Allah has that are exclusive to him and give it to something else. That by definition is the heart of shirking This is why idol worship paganism and

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other forms. This is why it's a problem. Because Allah is saying that he is nothing like his creation. So this is where the argument comes up that okay, you know, why does Allah want us to worship him so much? Like, why do we have to thank him all the time? You know, that that's ignorant, you know, that's selfish, full of himself, like, you know, lots of non Muslims, but even unfortunately, Muslims tend to say this from time to time. The problem with the statement is you're comparing the attitude that you that human beings would have when they expect gratitude all the time. You know, human beings expect that you should show gratitude, every single day all the time

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for every little thing. Yeah, that's selfish. That's a problem amongst human beings, but not with a lot. So the first mistake when you ask this question, is you're comparing the attitudes that human beings will have with each other. And you're applying that in how you think Allah and His creation will have with one another. And that's the heart of Sure. That's the problem in and of itself.

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And then a lot so Joel continues in the law yard and wanting to move laterally. Malala has complete knowledge and you don't know anything, you don't have that knowledge. So Allah puts us in our place. Now listen to these examples. Baba luvo method and abda. Allah gives us an example. just pause for a second, what did the previous ages say? Alissa's don't make examples of him?

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What does it lead to in the next verse? Allah gives us examples. It's amazing. So only Allah can do this. So don't make examples of him. But he is the one. He's the owner of examples. He will show you examples. And that's the title of this episode. I got it from these next two verses loadable level method. And then Allah will show you an example of a Denman look at a slave that is owned. Pause, is very strange language, a slave that is owned, because by definition isn't a slave already owned by their master? So what does the law referring to Allah explains a slave that his own lay yaka d'Ivoire, Allah Shea him, they don't have the ability to say or do anything? So this slave, you

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know, there is no say no, right? Absolutely nothing. So that's whom Allah subhanaw taala is referring to, you know, you have some slaves. I mean, again, when you read about this stuff, you gives you a sort of a glimpse, because I know in this day and age is probably hard to envision and just imagine for more what this looks like. But reading about this, you'll notice that slaves were always like various categories. You know, you had some slaves that had some

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rights, they could have some say they could ask their messenger for certain things, they had certain privileges. But this is referring to the one that has absolutely nothing. That individuals. So that's the first example. So now let's say take the example of the slave that has complete ownership under their master complete control. Well, number one is up to now. hoomin. Now it is an Hasina. And as for the one so here's the second part of the example. And as for the one whom we provided from us, there is an hasna hasna. That was good, or is that was good for Hawaii young woman who said Ron was wrong. And that master is taking from his wealth, and giving during the night and day, in secret

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in private and as well as in the open. So in other words, you have one example, where the master has restricted his responsibility towards those under his control or ownership, or what have you, whatever you call it, and has given zero rights, as opposed to the one who was given wealth. But they took that wealth, and they provided in secret, as well as in the open. Allah asks, halia Stone, does this make any sense? Are they the exact same? Are both of these examples, these images, the exact same thing Alhamdulillah a thorough home Laila moon, Praise be to Allah, most of them don't have a clue. You know, what's amazing?

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It's amazing how this ends at hamdulillah. Because why, what's the unhemmed here all about when you can tell the difference between what's right and wrong in the exact same scenario. So you have a slave, or you have, you know, you know, an employee as well as the CEO, let's use that a different example. So that we can all relate. So you have a boss, a manager, and his or her workers, then you have another scenario, same thing, boss and his and her workers. In the first example, you have the boss, nobody has any benefits, they're getting below minimum wage, they're working countless hours, overtime, they can barely survive, they have to work two and three jobs, etc, etc. Then you have

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same kind of company. But here's the boss, everybody's got benefits, everybody's getting a raise every now and then they're getting compensated for overtime, nobody's overworked, etc. And the business is flourishing. Are these two examples, the exact same thing? If you can see the difference between the two? That is enough for you to say, and hamdulillah I can I can actually tell the difference? of hamdulillah I see it. You know, what's even more amazing. There's nothing between Alhamdulillah and all in those two examples, it jumps right into hamdulillah. What that teaches us is that Alhamdulillah is something that should be natural in all of us. Anytime we see something

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good. We can recognize we have the ability to comprehend or understand anything, how minuscule it can be, immediately the mind and the heart jumps into at hamdulillah hamdulillah. I knew that that hamdulillah I could answer that. hamdulillah I understood that at hamdulillah. For the littlest things, you know, your kid comes up to you and they're like, God, God, goo goo bah, bah, bah, blah, blah, and it just bumbling a whole bunch of stuff. Would you as a parent, you know exactly. Oh, he wants to go to the bathroom. Let's take him to the bathroom. You know, one time when I first when I had my daughter, my daughter's my first child and when I think she was about less than a year old. I

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remember we went to a restaurant myself, my wife, parents, brothers and sisters, right. And my daughter was sleeping in her. Watch McCall it in her car seat, right. So we had the car sit right beside us and she's sleeping. When she wakes up. We're all in the middle of our food we're eating and she starts crying. My dad picks her up. And she's really fussy. You know, she just can't stop crying. And we're in the restaurant. Everybody's listening to this baby, just crying, crying, crying. And right away. I looked at my wife and she looked at me and we knew exactly what was happening. I took my daughter from my dad. And I put her in my hand and she laid down on her back.

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And all she wanted to do was stretch. So she took the biggest stretch of her life. She stuck her legs out, her hands was out and she stretched. And she stopped crying as if somebody just turned a button off. She just stopped crying and she relaxed. We gave her a little toy, and she was playing for the rest of the time. We were in the restaurant. When you have moments like that in life and hamdulillah hamdulillah Allah gave you the ability to comprehend and understand. Even when there's no speech, there's no word you just hear crying and you know exactly what it is. You know, before I became a parent people used to tell me, you're gonna know the difference between the hungry cry and

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the sleepy cry and the sad cry and the annoying cry and the

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spoiled cry, you're going to know all you're going to know the differences of all these, all these cries, and so panela when you can tell the difference and understand that Alhamdulillah so hamdulillah is an autopilot mindset. And now we continue with the next example. Well thought up Allahu methylone Roger Lainey I do human then Allah is gonna give us another example. Example that Allah gives you is of two men, one of them Abba, camel, Abba camel, mute, silent, doesn't say a word, zero. So one of them is silent, like to Allah, she doesn't have the ability to do anything. Well, who are Kelowna Ireland Mola. And they're also that that slave has become a burden on the

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master or the managers, they've become a burden. So the first example is you have the employee that's just sitting there doesn't have the skill, the mindset, the courage to speak, you know, if somebody were racist at work to somebody breaking the line of somebody, taking advantage of the business has no ability to say anything. And if you send that person to go run errands, to do deliveries, to go pick up supplies, etc. They don't know how to bargain. They don't know how to ask for things. They don't know how to do anything. So that's the first example in this

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will kill the narla A NEMA USG hula typically no matter what job or task, you give that individual they don't, they're not able to do anything. So the question here is, is that person going to be beneficial to the business? Is the employer going to want to keep somebody around like that no matter how many different tasks they give them, they said, Okay, we'll find you know, this position may not work for you try this position instead. And it's still the same thing. They just can't seem to understand how to do anything. So luck continues and says Hallelujah, so we who are many, yet moto Beloved, is that individual of the same as the person that has the ability to stand up for what

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is just what is fair. Well, who are LLC or optimal stopping that person who stands up for justice and fairness they are on the subaltern was stuck in they are on the path. That is Mr. Kim that is upright, you know what this a is teaching us, brothers and sisters, when you have the knowledge, and the ability to stand up for justice, in what ever way shape or form. So let's step out of the business world and ownership world, a slave and their, and their masters step out of all of that, let's just talk about generally in life, when you have the ability to understand the difference between right and wrong, and you remain muted, you say nothing, a lot put you in that position, to

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see something to be a witness to something, you know, to hear something to hear a cause, to see a campaign to see something that where people are standing up for justice. And you have the ability, the power, the authority, you have a say you can change, you can at least bring some level of justice to people and you do nothing. That's the example that Allah gives. Allah is literally saying law yet to be hired, they will bring no goodness, it's almost as if they have become useless flesh on this earth. There's nothing for you, you're you're not doing anything, you're not benefiting nobody. And that teaches us something very profound about our existence, our purpose in this world.

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Part of our purpose in this world, is that we try to stand up for what is right. However way shape or form we can to the best of our ability. So whether it means just writing an email, whether it means putting out a post, whether it means that from the post, you start a campaign, you start raising money, whether it means attending a protest, whether it means to just literally Speak up, you give a talk, you give a lecture, you make a video, you literally say something, you hear a racist at work you confront you be like, Dude, what are you doing? You can't do that. Don't be a racist, don't talk like that you stand up to injustice is, that is what Allah says, will who are LLC

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at all Tim will step in, that's the individual that is upon the straight path The path towards Allah. May Allah azza wa jal give us the strength to always be there alone. And the last and final area, actually two more verses when he left the label center where it will have the unseen belongs to Allah of the heavens and the earth woman. embudo. Sir, it Illa Kalam Hilbert berseria will occur on the day of judgment that Sarah will not come or will come quicker than a blink of an eye. So it could come as quickly as a blink of an eye or even quicker out who are caught up. So that's how this is listen to the imagery, my goodness. So a little literally, one blink, the day of judgment is

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there and no analysis or it could actually be less than that.

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In the law, harlot

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cliche endocardial Allah is in complete control over all things. And here's the last verse students will love. Why don't you come nimble to the O Matic from Allah has brought you out of the stomachs of your mum so your mother's

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Now there were three stomachs now mentioned in the suta

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I hope you can remember what they are three bellies are mentioned in the soda. So far, you had the belly of the cow, where Allah subhanho wa Taala told us to speak with me Murphy boltonia that you will quench your thirst from what comes out of the stomach of that cow. Then we also learnt about the belly of the beast that from into you have mortality from elewana houfy she felt willingness so you can extract from the stomach of the bee or the belly of the bee honey, where it's different colors and textures, textures and it's also used for cure. Now here's the third belly that's mentioned in the sorta the belly of the mother's stomach of the mothers. And unless this from that

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Allah azza wa jal has extracted for you. You You came out of that stomach letter moonachie you didn't know anything earlier on sudo What did we learn about this?

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How did the little Roma really Kayla yeah lemma better their element shader eventually life will reverse. So now you start off in this a love brings us back to the start of life. When you were born you knew nothing. You knew nothing you comprehended nothing.

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And then previously, Allah reminded us that as you continue to Oh to to age and you become older, like Kayla, Ella Berryman, Shay, you will come to a point where you know nothing all over again. So you see the contrast students and and it's important to pay attention to this kind of language and these kinds of patterns in sorters because they happen in almost every surah of the Quran. It's your like, you're always connecting the dots going back to the same subject, but it's brought up in different places, and there's profound lessons and benefits to that. Then Allah continues. Well, tjaarda lacrimosa our episode Oh, well, effetre to La La Quinta Sharon, we gave for you the ability

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to hear to see, and we also gave you FC de f EDA is the passion in the heart, the passion of the heart. So you have the ability to comprehend and understand and feel and nurture those emotions. That's all part of the passion within the heart. La la, Quinta Sharon, you know why Allah did all of this? You know why Allah brought us out of the wombs of our mothers. You know why Allah gave us the ability to hear and see and to feel and understand and comprehend. You know why Allah did all of that one purpose and this is what I leave you with students. one purpose, one quality summarizes everything in life. Look into Sharon, that you can perhaps be amongst those who are grateful. You

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live a life of gratitude. Allah will bless you with contentment, happiness, and all of the blessings in this world, live a life of gratitude. We just finished a whole conversation about risk and provision from Allah, if you're concerned about when the next paycheck will come, if you're concerned about who you're going to marry, if you're concerned about how you're going to have children, if you're concerned about where you're going to live, how you're going to sustain yourself, because basically how you're going to survive in this world. We start off by doing what we start off by being grateful Alhamdulillah I'm alive. Alhamdulillah Allah put me on this earth

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Alhamdulillah I can actually hear Alhamdulillah I can see stuff Alhamdulillah when I feel hurt, I feel it. When I feel loved. I feel it. F F F. Ed is one of the names of heart in the Quran. One of the common names is called bone, but carbon refers to the flesh. And carbon also comes from the word Kyla, which means something that's moving back and forth, which is the heartbeat, right? It's going back and forth constantly. So that's called the

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fat fu ad or the poor f EDA. It's it's referring to the feelings and emotions that we have in our heart. So the ability that when somebody you know says something nice to you, you appreciate it. You don't say like why being so kind to me and you're making me angry. We don't do that. You know, we appreciate it. But when somebody does make us angry, we feel that as well. Even if we don't openly express it, it's in our heart, we feel it. When we feel hurt, the hurt and the pain is in there. All of those emotions. Allah is saying be grateful that you have the ability to do that. Because why? There are people on this planet that will hurt you and feel nothing

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will still go to bed at night. Don't we all see that on TV on the internet, there are politicians, there are leaders, they're corrupt, they'll put their people through pain after pain, torture, they will go through the worst of the worst. They'll see their people suffering, starving and dying, they can do something. But they still go to bed at night, happy and peaceful. But you and I, on the other end of the spectrum, looking at all of that, and witnessing these things, wishing we could do something, wishing we can change the world wishing we can bring that kind of that level of peace, that level of love and contentment amongst us. We wish we could eradicate racism. For some reason,

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some people will judge you based on your color based on your religion, your affiliation, and all of these things when you have the ability to dis differentiate these things and know what's right and wrong, and feel what's right and wrong. Allah says that's your purpose to be grateful that you can do that. So male allies, so it will always purify our hearts and give us the strength and ability to stand up for justice in the best way possible. And the best towards the best of our ability to love them. And so this is what I leave you with guys insha Allah Tada. We are more than halfway done the surah. So stick with me guys, we just have a couple more pages and we're done the entire surah. So

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we're doing very, very well. And depending on how you all feel, I'm already starting to think about my next topic and sha Allah hotel. I know it's a little early, but I get excited when I start inching towards the finish line of a topic. It makes me very excited. I don't actually lose hope or lose encouragement. And I know that happens to a lot of students that was you're getting towards the end, you start you need something to kind of push you and encourage you to get to the end. I don't feel that at all I am I've always been the opposite. And I started getting really excited I start getting anxious and I'm like, Oh my god, I really want to finish this now. So hamdulillah we've done

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more than half this sort of already. And again, it's not a full fledged FC. It's not enough see what we were doing in detail that's going to be saved for the classrooms. Right now. It's about just encouraging each other to be the best Muslims that we can be to be the best human beings that we can be. That's what we want to achieve in all of these reminders inshallah, low tide. I pray that we all receive that long man. Just like Camilla Wilhite and everybody May Allah azza wa jal bless you all, said Mr. Lee come to LA he will barakato