36 Tafsir Juz E Amma Surah Al Naba

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In Alhamdulillah

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Allah Himanshu roti and fusina woman sejati armanino manga de la dama de la vida de la la la la la la la la sharika shikata watch how do I know Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira

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My dear brothers and sisters salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Welcome to the beginning of the end, the end of the sea of drama, and the end as the Day of Judgment itself, which is sort of the numbers we're going to be beginning tonight with Allahu taala. Starting off with the very first verse, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, I'm not alone, that what are they asking about to one another? Now, here's an interesting glimpse into the Arabic language. When two parties are doing the same act. It comes in this scale of verb. So the pharaoh comes in the verb when two people are doing the exact same thing. So here Allah subhana wa, tada talks about the act of questioning how they are questioning one another. So let's find out what's out there. He tells us

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that what are they questioning one another about? So now the question that comes up to the mind is who is doing this questioning? And the scholars of Tafseer they differed on three major opinions. Opinion number one, is that the disbelievers are asking the believers they're asking the believers the question, but this technically doesn't make sense. Why? Because it's with necessity that due to the verb that the believers asking the disbelievers back to the same question, then number two, is that the disbelievers are asking amongst themselves. So this the believers are debating and arguing amongst themselves, and they're questioning one another. And then the third opinion is that both the

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believers and the disbelievers. They're asking their respective prophets, they're asking the respective prophets. So here unless I know what Allah is painting a picture for us, that is describing what the beginning of the day of judgment is like. So right after the trumpet is blown, right after everyone is resurrected, one of the first things that's going to happen is people are going to begin questioning one another. And the correct opinion and the opinion of the majority is that this questioning will be happening amongst the disbelievers themselves. Whereas the believers, they will know what is happening because they've been preparing for this day, their whole entire

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lives. And in a very loving about the great news that is coming to them. The term number is used as a synonym for the term cover. But here's the beautiful thing about the Arabic language that even though terms are used synonymously, no two words are exactly the same. So the term number and cover can be used interchangeably for news. But there are three key differences between the term number and the term cover. The first difference is that the term number is used for something great, whereas Hubbard is used for something that is, you know, insignificant, almost an almost irrelevant, not completely, but almost. So for example, if someone asks you, you know, when is the store

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closing, and they tell you the store closes at nine o'clock tonight, this would be used as a hub. This is not another this is not some tremendous news. But if someone tells you that, you know, someone won the election today, this is big news, then the term number would be used over here. A second difference between number and cover is that number requires action to take place. Whereas hover is just something that, you know, it's theoretical, it doesn't lead to any form of action. So this is something to think about that what is the action that is matched to come about from the terminal over here. And the action that is mentioned to come about is preparation for the Day of

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Judgment. So here are my notes on this telling about this great news. Now we have to prepare for it. The third difference between Nevada and cover is that the term Nevada is something that is tangible. It's something that will physically take place. Now here are less I know Dinah uses the term number out of his infinite wisdom for this primary purpose over here. The third difference between love and cover is the key distinction, why Allah subhanho wa Taala is using this term, because if you look at some of the previous religions, they said that the Day of Judgment is just going to be a spiritual act. And it says that only the spirits will be resurrected and the spirits will be judged.

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So here Allah subhanaw taala is refuting that by saying, no, it will be a physical act. The second thing is the chorus at that time, they completely denied the Day of Judgment altogether. So here listen, I know that is refuting that as well that it is going to be a physical act that will be taking place. So, who can tell me the difference between up and comer? What are the three differences between number and cupboard? Go ahead. Give me one of them.

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Fantastic. So, the first difference is that number is for something great cupboard is just for something regular, not as great. Give me a second difference.

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Exactly. So the number is want to bring about something tangible, whereas cupboard is not. And we had someone who had their hand up over here besides Hmm, did you have your hand up? What is the third

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thing? Fantastic. Fantastic. So the third number comes with action. And Hubbard does not come with action. I love the Humphrey he mocked me for. So this discussion about the Day of Judgment is something that the people used to defer over not the believers, but the disbelievers. And this is no further evidence that this discussion is going on between the disbelievers because it is only the disbelievers that had a difference of opinion about the day of judgment was the believers all agreed upon from the first nation of adamantly set up all the way till the time of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam that this day of judgment would actually take place. So they differ on the nature of

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this day of judgment, that what will happen. And this is you know, the the beauty of it, that Allah subhanho wa Taala through one simple verse simply breaks down and refutes everyone's argument over here. So what are some of the differences that took place in their discussions? The first discussion was, was it going to be spiritual? Or is this going to be something physical that's going to take place? Number two, is that who exactly is going to be judged? Is it just a certain group of people? Or is it going to be everyone you know, some of bunya slide actually believed that for them, there was no judgment, they were the the children of Allah, they were going to be saved. They didn't have

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to go through any reckoning, right? So let's find out Allah refutes that automatically as well. So there are a wide variety of differences between different philosophical groups, different religious groups, what exactly what's going to happen on the Day of Judgment. So this is why Allah subhanho wa Taala says that there was disagreement amongst them, but not amongst the believers cannot say alone. and Canada, as you mentioned, Allah subhanaw taala uses to refute before that which comes before it. So all this disagreement that they had the chance to speak without knowledge, they didn't, you know, go back to the scriptures that actually talked about what was going to happen, but the spoke out of

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their own vain desires, they spoke about, you know what they thought was going to happen, but they really didn't return back to the Scripture. And here Allah subhanho wa Taala refutes their claims, from McKellar, crmo, sama Colossians. And then they will come to know again. Now, as mentioned previously, in our different halaqaat, always when there's a repetition in the Koran, sometimes it's for the sake of emphasis, but some the vast majority of times, it's to establish a new meaning it's to establish a new meaning. So now that Allah subhanaw taala is saying that they may they will come to know Nay, they will come to know, what are the different times that they will come to know these

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things? What are the different times that they will come to know these things, and the scholars said that anything any opinion that does not contradict the other opinion, is an acceptable opinion. As long as it doesn't contradict another opinion, it is an acceptable opinion. So the disbelievers will come to know at the time of their death, about how you know, a nonsensical their understanding of death in the day of judgment was, then they will come to know about how nonsensical it was, while they're in the grave, while they're seeing some of you know, the punishments that have been prepared for them. And if you know there is some sort of righteousness that Allah may give them, they will

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see that as well. And then the ultimate realization, the ultimate, you know, coming of knowledge is when the Day of Judgment itself begins. This is when they will truly have knowledge of what is going on at that time. Now, what's interesting over here is Allah subhanaw taala uses the term aim over here from Canada, say on the moon, that the terminology over here, the difference between knowledge and just mere information is the level of certainty that is involved. So it's not going to be suspicion, it's not going to be any form of doubt, but the highest level of certainty will be achieved. And that's what actually is when a person has they have the highest level of certainty, in

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that matter of topic in that matter of discussion. So when the disbelievers are raised on the Day of Judgment, they will have the highest level of certainty in terms of how futile their arguments were. Allah subhanho wa Taala begins the sutra like this to begin the discussion.

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About this great news. And at this point, I know what Allah changes the topic of the discussion that while this was something futuristic, that is going to happen, let us bring it to the present. So now listen, I know what Allah starts talking about the signs that he created that were indicative of all of this. So let's start off by saying, alumna Janet Alda, mi hija, alumna Janet Adda, me haha, that did we not create the earth as something that was very expensive. And we had that can be understood in two ways. mihaylova generally means something that is very expensive, something that is extended. So you look at the earth and spine a lot, even though compared to the rest of the planets, it is

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something small, us as human beings, when we live on this earth, it looks at something that is huge, it looks at something that is massive, right? And this is what the term expensive means that a person wants to live on one part of the earth live on the other part of the earth, all of the Earth is you know, you can live in that place. So you can have habitat in that place. So this is one understanding of it. The second understanding of it, is that the term we had that comes from men and men had the means the cradle. So did Allah subhanaw taala not create the earth as a cradle. Now what exactly would that mean? Who wants to take a guess at that? Go ahead. What do you think that means?

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Good guests. So maybe when they're in their grave, there's temporary sleeping, that's what it means good guests, but that's not at Go ahead.

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taken care of, in what sense.

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So you will be comfortable in it. And this is what the children were trying to allude to that when you look at the baby's cradle what it is a baby do when they are in the cradle. They'll sleep there, they'll you know, play with their toys, they're there learn how to jump and bounce over there. They're taken care of they're very comfortable. So here listen, I know Todd is now asking the question. And I'm Nick Johnson out of La Mirada? Did Allah subhana wa tada not create? Or did we not create this earth as a place of comfort for you, so that Allah subhanho wa Taala, not to give you each and every single thing that you needed and desired to be comfortable, from the food to the

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drink, to the family, to the friends, to the house, to everything else that you needed to everything else that you needed, while Ji bada Oh, Tada. And did we not create the mountains? aspects? So as these questions are coming, now, they're all coming in the form of rhetorical questions. So I'd imagine this is coming in the form of a rhetorical question. So did we not create the mountains as pegs? Now, here are my notes, are they showing us that Allah subhanaw taala even gave us those things that we needed? without us even asking for them? I want you to think about when was the last time you made the law that Allah grant us mountains or space, none of us did that right? Yet Allah

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subhanho wa Taala, granted us these mountains that brings stability to the earth. So here our lesson, I noticed is showing that same concept, how Allah subhanaw taala is taking care of us, without us even asking for it without us even asking for it. We're kind of canonical as wotja and we have created you into pairs we are created you into pairs. Now this is a very interesting verse, where last minute Allah talks about the parents that he created. And you will see that the parents are of many different types. So each and every individual will have a pair for him, not only from their spouses, but from their friends, from their colleagues to show that their while it is one

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human civilization, there are so many vast differences in us, right? Male and female, tall and short, intelligent, not so intelligent. Right? The all these differences are there, Allah subhanaw taala created everything in pairs. And this is to show the diversity Allah subhanho wa Taala created as in, and how, at the same time, with this diversity, we each have a role to play, that if everyone was in unison, and everyone was exactly the same, all those roles could not have been fulfilled. But the fact that Allah subhanho wa Taala created us in diversity allows all those different rules to be fulfilled. So imagine if Allah subhanaw taala created a world with men only. What a disaster that

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would be, because human civilization would run out altogether. Imagine if it was all women at the same time together, same problem, except you'd have a lot more complaining at that time. Right? Then think about so many other things as well, that had Allah subhanaw taala made everything in unison, the world would not be an interesting place. Right? There would be no concept of one there would be no concept of change, everything would be the same. So unless I note down the creativeness in pairs, this is from the blessings of Allah subhana wa Tada. Particularly when you find your other half in marriage, particularly when you find a friend that you get along with, you start to appreciate that

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diversity even more and this

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From the blessings of Allah subhanho

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wa Jalla, Noma comes to batter. And we did we not create your sleep as something that is restful for for you. For those of you that have ever traveled or suffered from insomnia, you can relate to this verse directly. One of the most frustrating things in your life is when you're laying in your bed, you know, you should be asleep, you want to be asleep, your body is extremely tired, but you're unable to go to sleep. Maybe it's because of jetlag. Maybe it's because you have insomnia, whatever the case may be, but you realize the blessing of sleep at that time, the blessing of being able to fall asleep at night, being able to not struggle and go to bed and rest and rest your body is a big

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blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Are you would you agree? You agree 100%. Good luck. Now let's find out what Allah blessed us with this concept of sleep, the body needs, the body cannot survive without it. And there's something interesting, I was reading just yesterday, on how there's a Russian project manager, he's 22 years old. And for the last two years, he's been surviving on less than four and a half hours of sleep every day. And it talks about his experience, how did he actually manage to do this. So he talks about how this concept of having a single sleep cycle was something that is introduced and something that people have to adapt to. And this is not naturally

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how people sleep. And then he tries to prove it throughout history. But the biggest point was, even look at it for yourself, how many of us on a regular day would sleep for seven or eight hours straight, without any breaks in between. and we're not talking about like waking up or sellout or something like that, I'm just talking about sleeping for seven or eight hours straight, it won't happen, your body will tell you approximately after four hours, that it's time to get up. And then you will force your body to go back to sleep. This is as long as you're not exceptionally tired, you force your body to go back to sleep. So the natural sleep cycle is about four hours or less. And

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then he said if you want to actually maximize your productivity, you realize that the most significant part of sleep that you get is during the nighttime, that there's something about the night that requires that you have that sleep, and you're most energized at that. So the largest portion of your sleep. And what I used to do was sleep three hours between 1am and 4am. And this would be like the crux of his sleeping pattern. And then throughout the day, he would take 320 minute naps, 320 minute naps. And this is how he used to manage to sleep for four and a half hours or four hours each and every night. And his body would still be refreshed, he will still function

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normally. And he actually used days enjoy his sleep. I don't know. I mean, the younger people can probably relate to this. But those nights where you stay up till budget, right? You stay up till like 567 o'clock in the morning. And then you go to bed, and you're asleep for like 12 hours straight. You wake up 12 hours later, even though you've had 12 hours of sleep, but you feel like I still need more sleep, and you will stay awake for like five or six hours. And then you will take a nap in like the middle of the evening. And your parents are like what the hell are you doing? You know, you just slept the whole day, and you're taking a nap now. But that's because of the abnormal

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sleeping pattern that Allah subhanaw taala created the night as time for rest. And if you're not resting during the night, then no matter how much sleep you're getting during the day, your body is still going to be fatigued. And that is why the body has to compensate at that time. Then Allah subhanaw taala continues to say, well, Jana, Laila the buzzer, and we have made the night a covering through its darkness. Now, what does this mean the night as a covering? Now imagine if there was constant daylight where you lived? What would that be like? So you notice that certain parts of the world, they actually do have this concept where they all have 24 hours of daylight for like three to

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six months at a time. And you'll notice that psychological disorders are actually on an increase in those places. Because people are constantly thinking, and they constantly affiliate that with daylight, this is time to be awake. This is time to be working and functioning. And this is really problematic. You'll notice that for those of you that have kids in the summertime here in Calgary, that would be like 1030 at night, and you're telling your kids to sleep in to go to sleep you're fighting with them. But the telling you mama bubble, there's still light outside, you know, we're meant to be awake. The parents can relate to this, right? So here Allah subhanaw taala is talking

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about the blessing of the night that Allah subhanho wa Taala created a portion of the day for working and a portion of the night is just for rest to calm down. And that covering is like that security blanket. So when you think about a young child, that at nighttime, it wants a security blanket to feel safe. This is what Allison I know what Donna is telling us that the night was created as that blanket as that covering so that you're safe to relax your feet, you're safe to be in comfort at that time. You're not worrying about you know earning your net

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dollars not worrying about your next business transaction, you're not worrying about your assignment. This is your time to relax, it's your time to calm down. A second interpretation of this is that Allah subhanho wa Taala created the darkness as a covering for the things that we do. So when during the daytime, everyone can clearly see what you're up to. And that is why you'll see that most crimes they don't take place during the daytime, they take place during the nighttime, because they identify someone in the nighttime becomes more difficult, you can't see as clearly. So here are lots of data when he talks about a covering. He's talking about how Allah subhanaw taala concealed

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our sins through the night that no one else can see them. It is just between you and Allah subhanho wa Taala. So it is important to have Taqwa during that time as well. What john O'Hara Mattia, and we created the day for you to have your livelihood. And this is the time where you're meant to wake up early, and to go and seek out your risk and this dimension to narrations about this concept. Number one, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam making dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So we're meant to see two things from this ayah and those are the two narrations number one is that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam making dua for the oma that Allah bless their early mornings.

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And this is the secret to life, this is the secret to success. If you want to be successful in this dunya you have to wake up early in the morning, there's no such thing as a successful person that's waking up at our time, it just doesn't happen. If you want to be successful in this dunya. Regardless of what you're trying to do, it will have to be that your day starts from fudger, or even a little bit before that. This is something that the professor seldom taught us. Islam teaches us this, and this is seen in the lives of successful people in this world. Part of this has to do with the drive the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, him supplicating that Allah blesses

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the oma in the early part of the morning. So you think about what it is that you would like to achieve out of this life. And then make it one of your goals to start waking up early, and start doing those things earlier in the morning. And the earlier that you start your day, the more productive you'll actually become been the lights on. And I'll share a secret with you after I mentioned the second part. The second part is that when it comes to seeking your sustenance, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he gives us an example. He says that if we were to truly put our trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala, a true trust that he is deserving of, he would

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provide for us, just like he provides for the bird, that it leaves its nest early in the morning with his stomach empty, and returns at night with its stomach for there's so many lessons in this hadith. But the lesson we're going to extract from it is that when did the birds leave early in the morning, and this is, you know, one of the benefits of living in, you know, the outskirts of the city or living in the rural areas, is that you actually get to hear the chirping of the birds, though, so that even if you don't hear the event, you know, the rooster is going to wake you up. And it's not the rooster is going to be another bird. And particularly if you've ever been to South

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Africa to Australia, Allah subhanaw taala has created some amazing birds, that literally they have these voices that will pierce through your ears. Like it's like a siren that's going off at that time. And they don't do this at any other time. Except as the sun is rising, the coder of Allah subhanaw taala that even the birds know that this is their time to make this we have a lot of time outside. And they remind you when because it's time to wake up and to pray to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now the secrets to success that I personally found in this verse, what john O'Hara Mattia, the vast majority of us we will live life without having goals for the day. So we will go and live

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our day without thinking about what are the things we want to achieve in this day. So you will have these vague general idea of I'm going to wake up in the morning, I'm going to change my clothes, I'm going to have breakfast, and I'm going to head into work. nine hours later, I will come home, I will eat my dinner, I will sit in front of the TV, I might check my emails, and I will go to sleep. No person that lives this life exactly like that. They're not going to achieve anything in life. But in life, if you want to achieve something, you should have an idea of what it is that you're trying to achieve, what are the goals that you actually wants to achieve. And then during the daytime, as soon

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as you wake up, you start crossing those things off as quickly as possible. And you'll notice that if on your checklist, you only have like two or three things to do. It gives you the rest of the day to do whatever you want. And this goes back to the concept of waking up early that you get those things off your checklist while everyone else is asleep. There's no one to bother you. No one's going to be calling you at five or six o'clock in the morning. You get those tasks done. And Alhamdulillah you've been successful and you've only been awake for like two hours now. All of your checklist is completely done. So those are

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Some of the practical techniques that you can establish in your life and when the law hits Allah, you can become successful. What Bernina phone call comes a banshee data, and we built above you seven strong habits. So here on this webinar with Donna, he talks about the heavens, and particularly the skies, the skies that are here that are strong. Now why does Allah subhanaw taala mention them as being strong? Number one is that Allah subhanho wa Taala throughout the ages of its existence, we haven't seen any ruptures or wear or tear. So no matter what it is, in this life, it could be a building, it could be a house, it will be your parents, it could be your computer,

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anything that you have over a period of time will begin to have wear and tear in it. Even the clothes that you wear will begin to have wear and tear in it. Yet when you look at the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala look at the skies that have been there for millions of years. Do you see any ruptures in the sky? Do you see any you know tears in the sky? You don't. So it shows you the strong nature that Allah subhana wa tada created in the skies. Other interpretations are that the skies are actually the holder of our secrets. So where's the law? My fourth, it isn't the highest of heavens, right? And here it is the holder of secrets and to hold the secret, it requires strength and

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requires no being able to hold a burden. And Allah subhanho wa Taala place this on the skies and they're able to hold this burden. So this is our This is the are some of the reasons why Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions the skies to being struck. Can we get the parents of these kids to look after them inshallah. I mean, not just one kid, but like the kids in general guidelines, Allah is a communicator.

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And then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, what Janice urogen, what hija. And we created there in this most shining and brightest of lights, the most shining and brightest of lights. And here unless I know what Donna is referring to the sun is referring to the sun, that you look at the sun. And then you compare it to something like a flashlight, or the light of your phone. So if you were to make this room pitch dark, and you turn on the light of your phone, you'll notice that it might light up maybe like two or three feet ahead of you. If it's really strongly polar, you put out the LED light, you know, it might go a bit further 10 feet ahead of you. But then you look at the sun,

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and how Allah subhanaw taala didn't place it next to the earth, but this is millions of miles away. And yet it is still able to not only light up the whole entire Earth, but it also heats up the earth that is our source of heat as well. So this is the bright shining, you know star that almost no doubt is talking about called the psychological Hutch that this is the shining burning light that Allah subhanaw taala placed, again, asking those rhetorical questions that when was the last time you asked for day When was the last time you asked for this light? You know, Allah subhanho wa Taala constantly gives us that which we don't even ask for which are not only elements of comfort, these

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are necessities for us. Because if you look at what would happen to this earth, if there was no sun, all of humanity would die, vegetation would not grow, we would have no source of heat, it would be in constant darkness all the time. All of these things would make humanity extinct. Yet Allah subhanho wa Taala created this comfort and that which we needed without us even asking for it. ones in the middle matsushima and sagia. And we have sent down the rainy clouds in abundant water. Now this can be taken literally and metaphorically. So the theme that we're discussing right now are the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala that we didn't ask for. So the fact that our food comes out

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from the from the ground, and one of the things that it needs is rich to be watered. So we didn't ask Allah subhanaw taala to water it. When was the last time here in Calgary? We prayed a lot to this cop. Does anyone actually know have they ever prayed a lot to this this guy in Calgary? And so a lot of the scars the prayer that they pray when there's like a drought, there's no rain in the locality. For those of you that are born and raised, you have the average rates a lot of this this call here. Does anyone know? No. I think a lot of us aren't even like native calgarians how many people were born and raised in Calgary here. Let's look at that. So we have 12344 people out of

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like, you know, almost 100 of us fanola. So this shows us an important lesson that this concept of rain it's not something we asked for not something we prayed for. Allah sent it down, our vegetation came out, we were able to survive off Littlehampton in LA. But the metaphorical understanding of this is just as beautiful. That if you look at the metaphorical understanding of this, that when Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about sending down the rain, and that rain brings life to dead ground. So after the winter time, the ground is dead, with the sun with the rain with the will of Allah subhanaw taala plants come back to life. So after a period of death alesana

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creates life again. Now this rain, it symbolizes guidance within of itself, that when the sinner commits sin, He becomes like that dead plant. But then through his repentance, through guidance from Allah subhanho wa Taala, he comes back to life. And this is why rain has always been one of the symbols of life. Right? It shows you that through the presence of this rain, life can emerge again. And this is that symbolic meaning that before the Koran came, our hearts were dead. And when Allah subhanho wa Taala sent this Koran down to us, just like he said, down the rain, that is when the hearts of humanity were wiped revived again. That is when you saw a civilization that once lacked

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ethics became the standard bearer of ethics through this divine book that was revealed and sent down from the skies, just like the rain itself. So that is like the metaphorical meaning or the symbolic meaning behind the rain that Allah subhanaw taala refers to Lino collegia he had been one about so that we may produce there in vegetation and unless final data brings vegetation after this rain. So now if you were to continue with this symbolic understanding of rain being representative of the Quran, and the guidance from Allah subhana wa Tada, what is the vegetation that it would bring about? It is the actions that we are meant to do. So before that, we didn't know what good actions

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we were meant to do. Yet through guidance from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah subhanaw taala taught us to pray five times a day, he taught us to give us a car taught us to fast in Ramadan. And these are all essential spiritual elements for our living right on let's find out what Allah doesn't need this from us. But do we need these things to survive in a place like the dunya that if you're not doing those things, you won't be able to survive in a place like the dunya particularly a month like Ramadan, particularly like the Salah, where you need to disconnect from the dunya Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed these things so that life may continue inside spiritually, that let me continue

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spiritually inside,

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which are not in alfalfa, and gardens affect growth. So here Allah subhanaw taala is talking about these gardens that we like to walk around in. They're not a result of our own doing, but rather a result of the code of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So I want you to think about, you know, beautiful park that you walk in, how did it become beautiful? It was through the corridor of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Through Allah giving it to life through Allah sending down the rain, through the sun sending its race, this is where it all came from, from the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And now Allah subhanho wa Taala is going to change the scenario back to the original point, which was the

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day of judgment. Now this raises us to an important question that, why does Allah subhanho wa Taala change the topic of sutras inside of the sutra itself? Does anyone know? So for example, right now we're reading sort of the number we started talking about the Day of Judgment, then we start talking about the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And now we're going to go back to the Day of Judgment, go ahead.

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So don't take Okay, I'm just gonna stop you for a second. Don't think about the specifics of the sutra. But think about the Koran in general. You know, generally speaking, one of the complaints you'll get from a disbeliever is why can't I just read the Quran as a storybook that it has an introduction, it has the climate and it has a conclusion. Why isn't the Quran like that?

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That's the question right here. So when you think that the sutras look at these Sutras, why are topics always changing all the time? Why can't you just be one topic? Who's going to give me an answer? Go ahead.

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Fantastic psychological attention span, human beings can only retain so much attention about a particular thing, until they will get bored of it and fed up of it. And the topic needs to change. And the Quran is exactly just that, that Allah subhanaw taala is teaching us such valuable lessons, our attention constantly needs to be there. So if you try to read it like a storybook, where you can zone in and out of paying attention, the Quran isn't like that. And this is like one of the most important things that when you talk about reading the Quran, the Quran is not a fairy tale. It's not a fable. It is a book of guidance, right. And when you're looking for guidance, this is something

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that you analyze, and it's something that you study, it's not something that you just merely read. And that is the difference between, you know, a text which is revealed, which is versus a story that is read. Most of the stories are just for the sake of entertainment, whereas the Quran is a book of guidance, you're meant to look for those lessons. So that's number one, the attention span. Number two, is looking at just even the meaning of the term sutra. What a word is this term pseudo come from? The sutra is an outer shell of something is an outer shell of something, particularly when you look at the outside of a city, right? Back in the days when you had a city. There wasn't a sign that

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said, Hey, welcome to Calgary, or Welcome to rent.

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Deer or you're now entering the boundaries of the city, that wasn't the case. But rather the city would be defined by the wall that is all around it. And inside of these walls, you would have the marketplace, you would have the place of worship, you would have the houses, you would have, you know, the doctor's office, everything would be inside, and you wouldn't be able to link them all together. But one way or another, it all made sense that these are what this is what constituted a city and inside of the Koran, when Allah subhanaw taala talks about the different things inside of a surah we are all related to one another. And Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling you, you figure it

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out how they actually are cohesive and how they are one unit. So when Allah subhana wa tada is changing the topics inside of the surah. It's for us to ponder and reflect, what is the relationship between these various topics? What am I meant to learn? How is this actually cohesive? So here it is, as if Allah subhanaw taala is giving you an exercise for you to figure out. So that's what we're going to be looking at over here, that what is the relationship between the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala that we are just mentioned, and the Day of Judgment, that's what we want to ponder and reflect over. Now there are many relationships that you can find. So one of the obvious ones

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that we find over here is just how Allah subhanho wa Taala was merciful to us. without us even asking for these many blessings he gave them to us. Similarly, on the day of judgment, that yes, they will be have sins that we committed, that perhaps we didn't repent for that same Lord that gave us those blessings without us asking for them is the same Lord, that will forgive us as well. So it inspires mercy inside the person. Number two, it shows us the immense power of Allah subhanho wa Taala, that Allah subhanho wa Taala brought us into this world without any choice in it, he created the sun, the moon, the stars, the planet, the mountains of the star, the rain coming down all of

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this without our choice. And similarly, on the day of judgment, we will be raised up without any choice, there is no person that will say, you know, I don't want to come back to life, and they will stay in that state. No, but Allah subhanho wa Taala will raise them up and will force them to it. So this is something that you will develop as your own exercise, that as you're reading the Quran, think about what is the relationship between the changing parts of the Quran? Why is Allah telling me this? And you'll find this through your own reflections, as well as the reflections that the scholars have mentioned, as well. So now let's move on to what Allah goes on to say in the Yeoman

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Firstly, can me quarter that the day of you know division has its appointed time? Why is this a day of division? It is a day of division because it is on that today, Allah subhanho wa Taala will make a decisive decision between who are the inhabitants of Paradise and who are the inhabitants of the Hellfire, there will be no third party. Just like in this dunya you have the group of believers you have the group of disbelievers I decisive party. But sometimes the lines get blurred. You know, someone, sometimes you'll see someone who's on the verge of disbelief, but he still has some emotion. So you see someone with disbelief, and they have an element of emotion with them as well.

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So things are kind of blurred. But on the Day of Judgment, there will be no blurriness. It'll be very clear, very distinct, very decisive. Allah subhanho wa Taala will separate these two parties. And this is why it is called Norman Foster. The day of you know, separation is because Allah subhanho wa Taala will separate the good from the bad on that day.

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Yo my own sort of wotja and on that day, the Trumpet will be blown, and you shall come forth in crowds. So now the blowing of the trumpet. This is something we've mentioned before the scholars differed on two opinions in terms of what how many times the Trumpet will be blown, the majority are of the opinion that it will be blown twice, the first time it knocks everyone out there is alive at that time. And the second time, it will bring everyone back to life. And at that time, that is when people will be confused. They will be destroyed start to wonder you know what is happening, and eventually people will start gathering in a place and that is when the Day of Judgment shall begin.

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We're 40 hot this summer over cabinets Ababa, and the heaven shall be opened and it will become as gates. So Allah subhanho wa Taala will make Jen and Johanna, both of them will be present and the gates will be present as well. And at that time Allah subhanho wa Taala will allow the inhabitants of Paradise to be entered into paradise, repulsive seven being the first of them and the inhabitants of the Hellfire they will be thrown into the Hellfire they won't need to walk into it withdraws they will be thrown into the Hellfire was so here till geographer Karen utsava And on that day, the mountains will be moved and it's something we mentioned previously, that the cause of the

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earthquakes that will take place is the movement of the

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Mountains themselves in the Johanna mechanicville sada who remembers the term may have thought we discussed this in sort of broach let's go you go for it

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watchful in what sense? You have that correct in Arabic a cannibal medicine What does that mean?

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The ambush that's exactly what we're talking about. So here are the Allah subhanaw taala saying in the Johanna mechanic Masada, that the Hellfire that Allah subhana wa tada created is a place of ambush. That just when you think you've had your share of punishment, you get another share of punishment. Just when you think that there's only one type of punishment, Allah subhanaw taala sends another type of punishment. And this is one of the reasons that makes the Hellfire so scary, that there is no set device that you know will say, you know, I'm only going to spend a limited amount this much amount of time in the Hellfire with this type of punishment with this amount of pain. None

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of these factors are decided by us. They're decided by Allah subhana wa Tada. And everything is multiplied, just like the heat of the Hellfire is multiplied by 69 times, even the level or threshold of pain that we can bear will be multiplied as well. And the pain will just increase and increase and will come in all sorts of forms that we don't even expect. And this is why it's so important that you know we always seek refuge from the hellfire. And this is something we see from the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, particularly after fudger and after magnet, he used to say something three times or seven times, and that was Allahumma journeymen

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enough along my journey. along my journey, Melinda three times or seven times both of them are narrated after budget and Margaret, and the alternation of the day and night. They're actually representative of you know, gender and gender, that one is a place of cool, the other one is a place of heat. That is one of the reasons why some of the scholars mentioned that it was particularly those two Salawat that the messengers are seldom used to make these supplications now teaches you something even more important. And this is the Messenger of Allah, the prophet of Allah subhanho wa Taala making this supplication, his past in previous sins and future sins are all forgiven. Then how

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about people like us 1400 years later, we're living in like perpetual sin, it is even more incumbent upon us to seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa Taala from the hellfire. So if you leave with like one goal tonight, make it that goal that after fudger and after Muslim, you will make this a habitual do I inshallah, that you will say along my journey along my journey, and I pray that Allah subhanaw taala protects all of us from the hellfire. Now this is like the midway point of the sutra By the way, we're right the smack bang in the middle of the surah with the lights and we will try to finish off the sutra. This is one of the beautiful things of leaving these longer sutras for the end most

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of this content with particular words we've discussed in previous shows already, so we don't need to spend too much time discussing them. So be nice on that we will go through it pretty quickly.

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Then Allah subhana wa Tada. He goes on to say litho green Mr. Abba, that the Hellfire is in a place where the oppressors will be those people that you know, transgress the boundaries of Allah subhanho wa Taala the data created it for those people in particular. So Allah subhanaw taala he doesn't mention this as an abode for the believers or both for the righteous because it is through righteous deeds that Allah subhana wa tada forgives sins. So the believers that even do enter the Hellfire, they will be few in number and Allah subhanaw taala will make them pass by through it very quickly be the light Allah, whereas the transgressors and the disbelievers they are the ones that are in

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there forever. They are the ones that are in there forever. Then Allah subhana wa tada he goes on to say that within a fee her God that they will remain there in for ages. Now let's find out what are the mentions ages over here. And this is a point of the life that when you study the concept of gender, and Johanna does Johanna actually last forever? Does jahannam actually last forever? The vast majority of scholars from around the center, they said yes, just like Gen X for average in eternal paradise of blessing and you know of enjoyment. Allah subhanaw taala created the Hellfire as a permanent abode for punishment as a permanent abode for punishment. But you had such groups of

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scholars from around the center that said no, that will not be the case, but rather the Hellfire it will exist for some time. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala will annihilate the hellfire. And he said that this is in accordance to the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala that why would a person commit a limited amount of money a committed unlimited amount of crime in this world and allow punish them for an eternity so Allah will give them their due punishment and then Allah subhanaw taala will destroy the Hellfire and then along with

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with it and they will cease to exist. However, this is a minority opinion amongst the scholars of our listener Gemma, the majority are of the opinion that the Hellfire will last forever. And this is why it is mentioned for ages that there's no specific time it will continue to go on and on and on. You know sometimes when you're sitting in like a does, and you're like man this does is taking ages. What do you know that feeling janome it lasts even longer than that. So be thankful that at that time when you feel like something is going on for ages Alhamdulillah at least I'm not agenda right now, you know, things can always be worse. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, Leia, Dooku,

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nafi, haberdasher raba. And then at that time, they will not taste anything cold, nor will they have anything to drink. Now, this becomes a point of contention, because as we know, in the Hellfire, there will be a portion of the Hellfire where people are being punished and persecuted through immense amount of code. That, you know, generally when we speak of the Hellfire, we think about extreme heat. But there is a portion of the Hellfire that is extremely cold, and people are being punished through that. So when Allah talks about there being no cold, let's find out as referring about the individual that wants quipment for himself, while he's being persecuted in the heat.

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That's what he's referring to. It's a very specific case. And when he's talking about having no drinks, it's not unrestricted, that they will have nothing to drink. But when a person drinks something, he usually drinks because he wants his thirst quenched. So let's I know Dan is saying that there will be no drinks at that time that will quench their thirst, but rather they will continue to drink their own pots, they will drink continue to drink from boiling water that will make their thirst even worse. You know, Subhanallah think about that, that an individual that he drinks this water that makes us thirsty, even worse, like drinking salt water, right? You drink salt

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water, you think it's helping your situation, but it's just making it worse. And in half an hour. It's not salt water, but rather it's burning hot water that as you're drinking it, it's burning your insights, just making it a terrible situation to be in. And then you know, sis starts to develop on your throat and you're outside, the cysts burst, blood comes out, pus comes out. And that's what you start drinking as well. No, such a disgusting, vile situation to be in. A lot of paints that picture for us, so that we seek refuge in it to seek refuge in Allah from it, and that we prepare ourselves to try to avoid it. So doing those good deeds, asking Allah subhanaw taala to protect our Eman,

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those are the things that are going to get us through it within the heeta.

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In the Hemi Masako, that they will have nothing except for the boiling water and the dirty wood discharges, as I just mentioned, just the fact that this is as a compensation for the crimes that they used to commit that had they not committed these crimes at the head of them ship with Allah subhanho wa Taala they would not be in that situation. And that is why it's very important to think about the injustice is the transgressions that we commit in this life, even if it's the smallest of lice, that you will think he will that will have no consequences with Allah subhanho wa Taala it could have a great consequence. So when you think about the you know, the Hellfire, it is a place of

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compensation, that what you gave is what you will get back in return, and no one will have any injustice done to them. And this is why Allah subhanho wa Taala he goes on to say, in the very in the coming up verses in the home candle. Now your June a sub in the very next verse, that they did not want to look for reckoning. They didn't want to be judged by Allah subhana wa Tada. Now, I want you to think about this in school. What would your reaction be when you prepared for your exam? And when you've not prepared for the exam? So when you've not prepared for your exam, you'll be like, teacher, you know, I'm not feeling what did they can I go see the nurse in the cabinet, please get

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out of class, or you'll come up with like a fake note. You know, Muslims have this celebration today. They weren't able to attend school. And it's actually a true story. I'd mentioned this story. This was

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about four or five days after April 5, the assessor calls my office at 810. Eight, and she says salaam aleikum, WA Salaam. She's like, I would like you to write a note for me. I'm like, What for? She says I had an exam on the 27th day of Ramadan. And I was fasting. And there were three exams and I didn't get to study. So can you please write a note for me saying that it was like a religious holiday. And that, you know, I don't have exams. And I'm like, I'm really sorry, sister. You know, I can't do this for you. That'd be really bad if she watches this

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exam. Sorry, I can't do this for you. And she just went off on me. She's like, you know, what type of Muslim are you? You're supposed to help your brothers and sisters and sister. I can't help you. Like, you know, if you didn't study, that's not my problem.

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And then eventually, I'm like, Look, there's nothing I can do to help you and I hung up the phone on. That was the story. But the point I'm trying to get at, when you have an exam, you haven't prepared for it. You don't want to see the exam because you know that you might

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Passing by fluke, but you don't deserve to pass. Whereas an individual that studied for his exam, you know, he's been preparing all semester for this exam. His idea is just like bring it, you know, bring the exam to me, I'm going to destroy this exam. Let's get it done and over with, give me my 100% from now, you know, that's the attitude that you come with. And this is what Allah subhanaw taala is telling us that the disbelievers since they didn't prepare for the Day of Judgment. They don't want to meet Allah subhanho wa Taala in the home can rely on Jonah he said that they don't want to be reckoned for that very reason. And this ties in the element of confidence that we were

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talking about that then when a person has confidence in doing that exam is because they prepared for it. Similarly, Allah subhanaw taala tells us that you will be reckoned on that day you will be judged upon your deeds. So bring those deeds forth have built you know, build that sense of confidence in yourself that you're looking for the reward of those deeds that you committed in this life. And that's when you will desire to be reckoned with Allah subhanho wa Taala with a sense of confidence, knowing that you did these deeds sincerely for Allah, you struggle and survive and thrive for the sake of Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala will compensate you properly for that as

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well. In the home, can you rely on Juna Sabha? Well, Canada will be IR Tina Kizomba. And these people denied the signs of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So let's find out what are the symptoms sign after sign that they continuously denied these signs. And this is one of the greatest elements that Allah subhanho wa Taala internally always sends the signs of his presence, that things will happen in your life, you know that it couldn't have happened, except by the presence of a creator. And you have a relationship with that creator. And you need to figure that out. Allah constantly send us census those signs. And one of the most beautiful things I saw very recently was someone that put a

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lens on the camera, and he took pictures of snowflakes. And it was amazing that when you look at these snowflakes in up close and in detail, how Allah subhanaw taala created all of these snowflakes, each and every one of them symmetrically perfect, that there is no flaw in them whatsoever. And these come down by the millions by the billions, if not, and each one of them is perfect. And every winter, we complain about you know how cold and freezing it is and how much of a pain it is to shovel the snow. But these are one of the greatest signs of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I would strongly suggest if you want to lift up your Eman when you go home, you know, Google

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News, of course pictures of snowflakes. And you see how much it lifts up your email how each and every snowflake. Allah smiled and created so small, but it's as if they can architect design them and spent their life designing them how beautiful they are and how symmetrically perfect they are Subhanallah and they continue to deny the signs that you know this was a random accident. You know, each one of these snowflakes is a random accident that symmetrically Perfect. Now that's just the snowflakes. How about your own presidents? How about, you know, the mountains and the oceans and the sun and the moon? All of this is random accident? No, this is what we're talking about the denying

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of the science of Allah subhanaw taala you need to be, you know, as fake as possible to say that this is all just a random accident, and that you're here without a purpose. It's literally you're lying to yourself, if that's what you actually believe. You can't have, you know, a coherent intellect and believe that this world was created by random accident wakulla, a NASA who Kesava and each and every single thing we have enumerated in the books. So this goes back to the reoccurring theme that we were talking about how everything will be documented in detail and cannot change for local Fernandez either come in da da da. So taste what you put forth in terms of your actions,

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because you will have nothing to taste at that time, except the punishment that you have earned. So here let's find out what Dan is saying that you will reap what you sow. If you had bad deeds put forth Why are you expecting reward from Allah subhanho wa Taala but rather expect what you put forth. So if you're not doing those good deeds, make sure you start doing them now because that is what you want to be tasting the fruits of your good deeds, not the fruits of your bad deeds. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala changes the theme into the righteous and the pious. And now Allah subhanaw taala talks about how all of the blessings will be for the righteous people. Unless final data goes

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on to say and is the last 10 verses of the sutra in the limit. Akina Mufasa, there indeed for the moutoku there will be success. So the matakohe in general and in summary, were those people who are conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala, cognitive of the Presence of Allah subhana wa Tada. Allah is watching them I was hearing them, Allah knows everything that he is doing that we are doing. And this is what made them from them with the code that they were conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now let's find what Allah tells us.

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They will be the ultimate victorious people, the ultimate victorious people will be the Machakos. And this is something to think about how in this dunya these people, they may have missed out on certain things right, they may have not had the best jobs, they may have not had the best houses, they may have not had the best of anything in this life. And they may have been considered amongst society, you know, the low grades, the degenerates, the useless people, but unless I know what Allah tells us, that victory truly will be for those people who are conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And then he goes on to talk about the blessings that they will have, they're in eco Canada gardens

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in, in vineyards, right. So not just a garden, but a vineyard as well, where you're like fermenting your own alcohol.

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You know, in this dunya you you know, ferment alcohol, this is like a capital campaign. But in the arcade Allah subhanaw taala gives you as a gift, you know what, go ahead, create your own alcohol, Allah subhanaw taala gives you that reward walk away, but I thought Ah, and these young, full breasted mature maidens of equal age, so let's find out what Salah he creates everyone have an equal age in paradise secrets everyone have an equal Ah, and Allah subhanho wa Taala promised each believing man that he will have at least two of the holes in agenda, the average man as he enters paradise, he will have to have the hold on in agenda and then based upon that if you did more

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righteous deeds, you know, he will get even more hold on him. So now let's have a discussion on the guys here. What are things that you can do? I know sisters are getting upset now. But what are the things that you can do that will get you more out of even gender? Who can think of things go ahead?

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cleaning of the machine explain that.

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Really, okay, this is a first time hearing of it. I would love to hear more about that. But good. Fantastic. Go ahead.

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Sorry, dying as a martyr. Fantastic. So let's find out what's the promise the martyrs 70 huddling agenda Are you go ahead.

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Fantastic. So the messenger of the Salaam tells us that every time you hold your anger and you have the ability to act on it, Allah subhanaw taala gives you another hole in paradise God

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being chased in this dunya as in you know protecting your chastity

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but I don't know if that has a specific reward of having a whole agenda.

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Sorry.

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Well, that would be like a clause of you and are being raised in paradise. We're looking at specific things that are mentioned in the Quran there so now that will get you an extra hour in paradise. That's what we're looking for. So now this is always going to bring up the topic of you know, this is what the men get what did the sisters get in gender? There we go. We heard the laughter there Mashallah.

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inshallah, you can look that up online.

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I shall give it to you after inshallah. So what does sisters get? You know, that question always comes up. And we'll always have this general line prepared for them. Unless I know what the other says Lomaia shot on the FIFA when the dynamic that almost final data says that the believers will have each and every single thing that they desire, and we will still have more to give them. So no one agenda is going to be deprived. But I must find out that it specifically mentions the whole agenda. Because this is something that entices the men, right? If you tell, you know a woman that you're going to have another man and she'll be like I've had enough of them in this dunya.

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Right.

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And that's why let's final Tada, talks about, you know, the pampering servants that will be there. So this is particularly for our sisters as well that in general you'll have the pampering servants that will be at their service day and night. You know you want someone to give you a manicure. Hello, there it is pedicure. There it is. You want food there it is you want a massage. There it is. You want someone to look after the kids, you know someone's there. Each and every single thing you want will be taken care of. This is what everyone will have. You know, let's find out that specifically mentions the photo of Paradise because it is more enticing for the men.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say well cats in the house and they will have cups that are four cups that are four that are overflowing actually. So anything that you desire to drink, Allah will give you and it will be there in abundance. It's never going to run out. Nice now if he has a loved one when our kids Dabba and there will be no evil and vile speech and gender and there will be no like and it shows you how Allah subhanaw taala how despicable lying is in the sight of Allah subhana wa tada and how despicable vain speech is. So let's find out what that is, is that one of the descriptions of Paradise is that

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There will be no vain speech and there will be no like. So it's almost seems as if this verse is out of place, but it shows the greatness of these things with Allah subhanho wa Taala that vain speech in line are detested by Allah subhanho wa Taala and that is why this panel was Allah will leave no room for them in Paradise, desert mirrabooka Saba award from your Lord and amplo calculated gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala. So this gender is a gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala no one earns paradise through their deeds, but we enter Paradise to the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala and then the rankings in paradise. This is what you earn through the deeds that you commit to the ranking in

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Paradise is through the deeds that you commit. Then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to conclude the surah after the rewards of the people of Paradise have been mentioned, Rob SMRT one of the one barbarina Hamas man Liam Nicola minha Baba, the Lord of the heavens and the earth and whatever is in between the most gracious and they will not be able to speak on that day and they will not even dare to speak on that day. So here Allah subhanho wa Taala is talking about how on the day of judgement, Allah subhanho wa Taala will be the one that is ultimately in control, but the way he describes it is perfect. He says that while Allah subhanho wa Taala will be ultimately in control in the market

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and people will not dare speak except by the permission of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Similarly, Allah subhanho wa Taala is Allah semi What do you want out of Allah subhanho wa Taala is the controller's of the heavens and the earth. So anything that you need done in this dunya always should go through Allah subhanho wa Taala first, and this is like an intrinsic level lesson in our head that the messenger wasn't taught about the law and that even if his whip was to fall off of his horse, he should pick it up himself rather than ask someone else for it. And if if shoelace was to break, ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to replace it first before you ask someone else to replace it for him. So

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when Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions this, it is to show that similarly, while we recognize the fact that I lost control of the Acura I was also in control of this dunya so everything that you asked for us from Allah subhanho wa Taala first before you ask the creation, because he is the one that is ultimately in control. Yo yo como el mundo eco to Safa. nyata Kanda Mona in them, and I didn't know cassava, that this is the day that the angels will stand forth in rows, and they will not speak except whom Allah subhanaw taala gives permission to Allah subhanaw taala takes it a step further. And he describes how the angels will be that day that they will be stood up row by row. And

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this is a beautiful thing to think about. That if you look back at the assassination of Ahmed mahatama De La Hoya, when Abu Omar juicy stabbed on marble katapola de la Juan,

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you notice that the story is mentioned that he stabbed several other companions as well after them. You know, my son mentioned seventh dimension 13. So mentioned more than that, why would he have to stab other companions at that time, it's because as he's trying to get through the rows, the rows are so tightly packed together, that he's unable to get through them he can cannot, you know, cut through the or, you know, barges way through them is like the ultimate line of defense in football. That's what it was like. So he started stabbing them. And that is the only way he was able to get through those lines. Allah subhanaw taala mentions this concept over here, number one is a form of

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intimidation, that when you see the angels lined up in those rows, you realize that this is a serious affair, you realize that this is a serious event that these you know monstrosity of a creation are standing there waiting for the order and Command of Allah subhanaw taala, that they will not even speak until Allah subhanho wa Taala has given them permission. And this is also a lesson that for those people that want to try to escape from the Day of Judgment, let them try to run through the angels. Let's see how far you get. You're not going to get anywhere at all. So it is meant as a form of intimidation for that today. Then he can Yeoman Huck, that that is the day of

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truth, that that will be the ultimate day of truth, where there will be no lies and the lies that took place in this dunya they will be uncovered. And that is why it's called Yeoman Huck, that no lies on that day and any lies that did exist in this dunya Allah subhanho wa Taala and covers them on that day, from a

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from a charity called a lobby. And that is that whoever wills let him seek a place with his Lord, so that whoever wants to find a place with Allah subhanho wa Taala let him prepare for that in this life. Then Allah subhanaw taala concludes the sutra by saying in under nakoma daban kariba Yama Yama omaka de Maria de waiuku kathuria Nathan equal to two robber.

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Now let's find out he concludes the sooner by saying in the answer none other than kaliba that we have indeed informed you of a punishment. That is very

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Very close. So meaning that the punishment of the Hellfire is very, very close by the punishment of the Hereafter is very, very close. What exactly does this mean? What this means is that the time between the Messenger of Allah send them and the Day of Judgment is a very small time. So when the Messenger of Allah so Selim says that I in the Day of Judgment came like this, it shows how close they actually are. And this is relative to the timeframe that life has existed, we've been around for millions of years, the messenger Allah subhanho, wa Taala, through His Messenger, so instead of me saying that with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, the timeframe between him and the deal

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judgment is not going to be millions of years, but rather, it's going to be a very short amount of time is going to be a very short amount of time. And then adab and kariba, that the punishment is very near. And the scholars mentioned that this punishments that you go through in this life, the difficulties that you go through in this life, are an indication and a reminder, that punishment awaits people in the Hereafter, as well. So those punishments, and those reminders are sent in this life so that we rectify our affairs. And that is what the closest punishment can be assumed to mean as well, as well as the punishment of the Day of Judgment being close, as well. You're my young

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Vollmer, omaka, de Machida, and on that day, each and every person shall see what they put forth. You know what you did in this life? Allah subhanho wa Taala will present it to you, nothing's going to be hidden. So what do you see on that day, if you want to be pleased with it, increasing the good deeds that you're doing now? Stay away from the bad deeds, because this will be presented to you next time. While you're called capital. Yeah, late Sonny, come to Toronto. And then the disbeliever will say at that time, that wrote to me, if only if I was dust, if only I was dirt. Now, why does he actually say this? Why does the disbeliever actually say this at that time, for several reasons.

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Number one, is that he doesn't want to go through the punishment of Allah subhanho wa Taala, that he will wish that he didn't exist. Number two, is that he will feel so low at that time, the only thing he can relate to is the dust and the dirt that that is what he's actually going to feel like that when the person is so humiliated, so disgraced, so degra gated, he'll feel like dirt at that time. And this is what you're going to be I'm saying that if only I was dust that I could actually be what I actually feel like at that time. And then number three, they mentioned this is because again, going back to the previous concept, they don't want to be judged by Allah subhanaw taala. They will

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realize on that day when they say from McKellar Sofitel

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that they will come to know at that time, here it is, this is what they'll come to know that their whole life was spent in vain. You know, they didn't do anything useful or beneficial with it. It was spent in other than the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And at that time, there will be equivalent to dirt, like their presence in this life is as good as their absence. This is why they will feel like that on that day, because they don't want to be judged by Allah subhanho wa Taala. So I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala serves as soon as a sufficient reminder for us, and that returned to him and seek His forgiveness and start doing righteous deeds to the best of our ability,

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while la dama de la Santa Monica and Vienna Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam, open up the floor for three questions and shall go ahead.

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So the data cleaning the machine, it doesn't mean you shouldn't clean the mustard. please, by all means clean the mustard. In fact, if you look at the Hadith of the Prophet have set up

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a woman from the unsolved she passed away. And she was the one that used to clean the mustard. And she died while it was in the middle of the night. And in the morning time they told the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam that on messenger of Allah, you know, this woman has died and he actually inquired about the words this woman I haven't seen her in a couple of days. And they they told him that she had passed away in the middle of the night. And we didn't want to disturb you to hear the messenger. Most of them said that, you know, he cried at that time, and he prayed a separate janazah for due to how special she was because she used to regularly clean the mustard. So it shows you that

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cleaning of the machine has a big big virtue. So even if you don't get a whole agenda, still continue to do so inshallah. Question number two. Go ahead.

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Just do I change cutter does an authentic hadith. And this is when you study the topic of God. You don't realize or you learn that there's several types of types of God in two categories cutter that changes color that doesn't change the color that is in the local food, this is covered that doesn't change. Yet there are other types of buttons that will change. So for example, the color that is written down when a person is born, right you know how long he will live? Will it be happy or sad? This is part of that can change the color that is written on the layer two color that is color that can be changed.

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In the verse in sudo manual Allah subhanaw taala says Kula Yeoman Hua Shan Qatada Rahim Allah he interpreted this verse that every day, Allah subhanaw taala has got the right

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done for that day and this is cutter that can be changed by law. So the ultimate cutter is in the law firm a force that will not change. But the cutter that is written down on a regular annual or daily yearly basis. That is the color that can change through the law. Allahu talana. Last question,

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once going twice,

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go ahead

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for the last person

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where there's the judgment between

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and when the judge

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and witnessing that

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they wish they were in that scenario, the

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substance to that there's a hadith in Sahih Muslim that mentions how even a ram when the bumps heads when another RAM and it knocks off its horn, even that will be held to account on the Day of Judgment. And this was one of the

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Hadith or narrations that the scholars differed on, not only in terms of its authenticity, even though since I'm Muslim, that's a different subject, but also in terms of its practical application, that how do we understand this, that animals are not a creation, that they have free will and they'll be judged upon their actions? So how does one interpret this? So the scholars that said that this hadith wasn't authentic, they said that this portion of the Hadith is meant to be understood in the metaphorical sense, that judgment will be so specific on that day that even amongst the animals, they would have been held to account for the horn that they knocked off the other animal, if there

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was a count toward them. That's how they understood that narration or Allahu taala. Here will conclude with that particular mobile communication on the line that a Sudoku like