Navaid Aziz – Tafsir Surah Yaseen #05

Navaid Aziz
AI: Summary © The transcript is a series of sentences that do not relate to each other and stress the importance of forgiveness and the use of music in shaping people's minds and emotions. They stress the need for individuals to acknowledge and understand the consequences of their actions before a certain day and emphasize the importance of considering the context of Allah's statement and the use of instrument instruments in shaping people's minds and emotions. The speakers stress the need for regular music in shaping people's minds and emotions.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim in Alhamdulillah Hina Hornstein who want to talk a little while now the villa Himanshu Rai unforeseen amin sejati Imani Anna Maria de la vida modelo de humo de la de la, WA shadow Wanda Isla De La Hoya Shinnecock hoshana Mohammed Abdullah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira My God, My dear brothers and sisters salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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So welcome to the last halaqa on the sea of Surya seen, it's been quite the journey and we still have quite a bit left to go. So we pray that Allah subhanaw taala makes it easy and accepts from us. I mean, so we're at the portion where Allah subhanho wa Taala is now starting the third phase of the suta, where Allah subhanho wa Taala discusses the Day of Judgment. So the vast majority of the first half is about to head about the reseller of departments, I send them specifically and about prophets and messengers, generally. Now let's have no data, he gets into the third phase of the suta, which is the day of judgment and what is to take place after the Day of Judgment. And then Allah subhana

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wa Taala wraps up the sutra by concluding with what we should pay a lot of attention to. So the conclusion is always like the most important part of a discussion of a talk. It summarizes everything that's come before and that is what Allah subhanaw taala does over here, as well. So let's begin with what Allah subhanaw taala says in verse 49 million zorana illa say Hatton wahida, Houma, homea, Simone, they are weighed only by a single shout, which will seize them while they are disputing. So here Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us that close to the Day of Judgment, people will lose complete track of their priorities, what is going to be their priority, they will start

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disputing and debating with one another. When is the day of judgment going to be right? If you look at the previous verse, they said, no matter how well we're doing, quantum saw the thing, that one is this day that you are promising, if you are indeed truthful. So here Allah subhanho wa Taala, he tells them that they're going to be so busy with this dispute, they would have forgotten what is more important, and that is preparing for the Day of Judgment. So when Allah subhanaw taala tells us about the Day of Judgment, the most important thing to focus on is what am i preparing and presenting for that day. And you'll notice in this day and age, we live in an age of, you know, we

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love conspiracy theories, where people start talking about you know, let us calculate, you know, scientifically or our according to our understanding of the Hadith, when the Day of Judgment is going to be, you know, that's okay, if you're doing it in your spare time, you want to try to figure it out, that's fine, but did dedicate a large chunk of your your time to that and spend all of your time while doing no good deeds to prepare for that day. This is when you fall into the trap of shaytaan. And it's something to be very careful of. So rather than wondering, when is the day of judgment, worry about? What have you prepared for that day? Allah subhanho wa Taala. He also tells

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us how the day of judgment will specifically begin on that day. And it will be with a large shout or a large trumpet blow, which will knock everyone out. So each and every one that is living out to that time will be knocked out by this trumpet blow. No one will stay alive at that time. There's a little bit of dispute over his musalla. He said I'm exempt from this, or is he included in this as well. Why is he Why would he be exempt from this? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says that I will be the first of people to be resurrected, and I will see musala he said I'm holding on to one of the legs of the outer shell of Allah subhanho wa Taala or to the footstool of Allah

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subhanho wa Taala. So I will not know did he preceded me in waking up? Or was he holding on the whole time? And Allah subhana wa tada knows best? What the answer to that is, it is something we will find out on the Day of Judgment. getting into the details of it is not completely irrelevant. But I thought it is a good piece of information to know. Number two, why does Allah subhanho wa Taala knock everyone out before the day of judgment? Why not proceed directly into the day of judgment? Who can give me an answer to that? Why would Allah subhanaw taala want to knock everyone out? Go ahead.

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Everything would be

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fantastic. But Why though? Why does Allah spy No, it's I don't want to do that. What is the wisdom behind that? I can't believe you had your hand up. Same answer. I asked why.

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I know. Go ahead.

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wants to show like that, that he will resurrect

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that he can do. Fantastic. Very good. I'll summarize what you said that Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to show all ultimate control power and authority that nothing on this earth will remain except that is knocked out on that day. So listen, I know what's out.

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Let's start off the Day of Judgment by showing who's the boss by showing who's in charge by showing who is in control. And ultimately, this is the beginning of the fear of all of the oppressors that they realize that we thought we were in power. Now unless I know what the other is showing us who is truly in power, and this is the beginning of that today where everyone gets knocked out. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala he goes on to say, follow your stuff to your own a toe to toe with him on that on that today, then they will not be able to leave any you know what sia or any farewell advices in this world, nor will they return back to their families, nor will they return back to their

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families. So here Allah subhana wa tada is saying that is going to happen so instantaneously, that you won't even be able to leave a will. At that time, you won't even be able to give any farewell advice, and directly what Allah subhanaw taala is saying that part of preparation for death is that each and every one of us should have our wills ready. Each and every one of us should have our wills ready. In fact of the Loeb anomala de la Noma he narrates from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the believer does not let three nights go by, except that he has updated HIS WILL or prepared his will. So while it is highly recommended to do so not an obligation with no

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itself, I highly encourage that each and every one of us takes an opportunity to write a will, you know, she constantly has a very good template in about 14 pages, all you need to do is fill out the details over there and have this prepared that you know, when our time comes, people should know what should happen, you know, what our assets are, what our debts are that need to be paid? Are there any days of Ramadan that we haven't, you know, made up yet? Things like that, so that people can do that on our behalf. When we want to be buried. How do we want to be bird? Is there anyone in particular do we may want to delete our janazah? Right? Those are sort of piece of advice? How about

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in terms of our wealth? Perhaps you want to leave 1/3 of wealth to a particular charity? Right? What do you want to do with it? So here, let's I noticing indirectly that part of the preparation of death is leaving that will seek advice for your family as to what should happen and how they should act upon your death. Number two, here, let's find what Allah says, What is him your own, and they will not turn back and return back to their family. Now the family is mentioned over here as something very specific, but its meaning is very general. Why something specific to mean something very general, when unless I know what that says they will not return to their family. Meaning that

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that our families are one of our most prized possessions of this dunya something that we hold very dear and close to our hearts or our families. So when Allah subhanho wa Taala says they will not turn back to their families, meaning they will not have an opportunity to go back to the dunya. So any preparation that you need to make to move on to the ark era. Make sure you do it before that day comes, make sure you do it before that today comes. Now, you know, a wise question to ask ourselves was I from time to time that imagine we knew we only had 24 hours to live? Imagine we only had 24 hours to live? How would you live your life at that time? What would you want to do? How much of it

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would you spend in the vicar of Allah? How much of it would you spend reading Quran? How much would you spend praying? How much of it would you spend with your family? And it is as if Allah subhanaw taala is telling us at this time, live your life according to that question, knowing that this may be the final and last moment that you spend on this earth. Live your life according to that. And that's such a powerful and deep questions. panela you know the reason why we waste time is because we think we have so much of it. The reason why we abuse relationships is because we feel will always be able to say sorry, the reason why we don't commit ourselves to the deen of Allah subhanho wa

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Taala is because we feel we can always turn back and repent later. Now what if all of those things didn't exist? How would you treat all those aspects of your life? And it's a very deep question that Allah subhana wa tada indirectly poses over here. Then Allah subhana wa Taala goes on to say, well, no fluff is Saudi for either home mineral, hdrc ihlara bohemian Ceylon and the Trumpet will be blown a second time and behold from the graves, they shall come out quickly to their Lord. So now Allah subhana wa tada swing show is telling us that a Trumpet will be blown a second time and the second time this trumpet is blown. Everyone is resurrected once again. Allah subhanho wa Taala resurrects

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us now after the second blowing of the trumpet, not only to show us who is ultimately in charge and in power again, but here Allah subhanaw taala is showing us that he brings the dead back to life just like he caused the living.

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To die, meaning everything is coming full circle. What was dead is now coming to life and what was alive at one time also died coming full circle over here. Now there are going to be people that don't want to be resurrected, right? They're afraid of what they're going to say to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So Allah subhanaw taala saying that whether you like it or not, whether you accepted the fact that you will be resurrected or not, on that day will be the ultimate reality. Now, how much time actually passes by between the first trumpet and the second trumpet, meaning that the trumpet that causes us to duck out and the trumpet that resurrects us, Allah subhanho wa Taala. He goes on

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to say in the next verse, call to Yahweh Allah nirman birth and minmatar Kadena had a rough man was so Docomo saloon, they will say woe to us, who has raised us up from our place of deep sleep. This is what the Most Beneficent, Allah had promised us. And the messengers spoke the truth. So he, Allah subhanho wa Taala gives us an indication that is going to be long enough that people fall into deep sleep. Right? And that is why when they wake up at that time, everyone is so overwhelmingly confused, so overwhelmingly perplexed. What are we meant to do? Why are we resurrected? What is happening right now? Why is everyone just running around? So here unless I know what's on the

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historische to portray a real scenario for us, and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he explains to us several points about what will happen on that day. The first thing we know is that everyone will be resurrected on that day, and the naked * natural state. What does natural state mean? That those that were circumcised will be raised on that day uncircumcised? I saw that the Allah Juana she's very curious in this shows the shyness that yamamo many natural the Allahu unhide she said the out of Sula, if that is the case, won't two men and women be looking at one another? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he responds, Unruh assured dooming valic that

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oh, I shall Allah Why not? You know the the affair on that day is going to be much, much more severe that you're not even going to notice the * of someone else. Now, I want you to think about that. SubhanAllah from a man's perspective, a * woman is in front of him. But he has no concern whatsoever on that today that shows you the severity of that day's panela something really to think about right? That no concern whatsoever. Each and every one of us will realize that it is the day of judgment. Number two, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says that the people will be of three types on the Day of Judgment, those that had fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala and

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those that had hope of Allah subhana wa Tada, these people, Allah subhanho wa Taala will facilitate their writing, to the place of judgment. Many people will be resurrected all across the world, they're not going to be resurrected all in one place, but rather wherever they are buried whatever the past out of there from the lust of creation, they will be resurrected. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala will lead them to a place of judgment. Now the scholars have different what is that place of judgment. A lot of scholars have said that is actually the value of RFI itself, that that is where the judgment will take place and with itself is that where the the case, Allah subhanaw taala

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knows best, but the reason why we mentioned that people will be moved towards one direction is because the first the first group of people, those that were hopeful of Allah subhanaw taala and fearful of Allah subhanaw taala

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Allah His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he mentions that these people will be facilitated with ease, meaning that they will be taken with ease, and Allah subhanho wa Taala will give them extra facilities along the way to this journey. Then he mentioned the second group of people, and these people were the ones that were sort of imbalanced, either had too much hope, too much fear and they fell short in some places. So these people, they will be grouped together. Some two per camel, some three cap per camel, some for per camel, and even some 10 per camel. That is how they will be taken to this place of judgment and that makes you think Subhana Allah 10 people for a camel, what

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is that going to be like? How do you fit 10 people per camel, right to show us that literally people will be holding on to every inch of the camel and they're literally being dragged to that place. And then the third group of people, Allah messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he tells us that they will be the people of the fire, that these are the people that they're going to be walking. Yet every single place they go, the fire is going to accompany them. He tells us that they will take a nap in the middle of the day and the fire will be behind them they will be walking the fire will be behind them until they eventually arrive at that place where the questioning will begin where that

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questioning will begin.

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Now, in the last Hadith, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he talks about what group of people will enter into paradise. So he asked the Sahaba the Allahu anhu, one day after he has a huge smile on this face, they say out of Silla, why are you smiling? And the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says, How would you feel? If you were one quarter of Jenna? They said, We are similar, we would be very happy. He said, How about 1/3? He said, they said we will be even happier. He said, How about one half of Jenna, how about one half agenda? They say Dr. asuma, this would make us more happy than anything. So he said sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that

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this would be a glad tidings for this nation, that even though we are from the last of nations, and from the smallest of nations, my inhabitants will encompass half of the people of paradise. Then he goes on to say something scary after this glad tidings. Listen to this. He says that on the day of judgement, Allah subhanho wa Taala will call out the mother his Salaam in front of every single human being, and he will tell them, oh, Adam, look at all of these people. These are your children. Allah subhanho wa Taala then tells him choose from these people, the inhabitants of the Hellfire, so admire, they said, and he will say yeah, Allah, Who should I choose? Then Allah subhanho wa Taala he

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says, For every 100 shows 99 of them to be the inhabitants of the hellfire. I remember the first time I read this hadith my hair stuck up, like even now, like my head is tingling. For every 100 people Subhana Allah that has existed 99 of them are going to the Hellfire and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he concludes by saying that Oh Allah Muhammad, you will be like the white hair on the black ox. Meaning that trillions of people will exist. Yet the believers from amongst them will always be feel like the white hair on the Blackhawks, that white hair surrounded by complete blackness. That is what the believers are going to be like very, very few a number in

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comparison to the overwhelming majority. Now you'll notice that this head even has a glide tiding and a scary element to it as well. That glad tiding is if we're able to dial in Islam Alhamdulillah is a blessing because it means that we're going to be from the inhabitants of Paradise will be half of the people of paradise. The scary reality of it is therefore not from those that die upon Islam, then it is very, very possible will be from the 99 out of 100 right 99 out of 100 who entered the hellfire. Now why does this shocked me? Because as a teacher, if you're correcting a paper, imagine your students 99 out of 100 fail. How would that make you feel? Right? It's very perplexing. It's a

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disaster. And that is what as a as a race, we need to realize that as a creation of Allah, we are a disaster, that if 99 out of 100 of us is going to the Hellfire, what have we done as a as a race, we nothing, we haven't done anything. And at the end of the day, the regardless of what our status was, whatever our worth, you know, station was, whatever we possessed, all that will be nothing on that day. And even if we had nothing that we enter into paradise, we will feel as if we're the richest people, and this is like the ultimate consoler Subhan Allah, that at the end of the day, if you enter Paradise, you've ended up from the elite 1% You know, when they had

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what's that place in New York City called where they had the stock market.

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Wall Street, they had the those signs right there, the elite 1%. Right. If you end up entering into agenda, you are from the elite 1% and that's what you want to hope for and strive for. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala he goes on to say, in Canada, so he had some wahida fayda home, Jimmy on the day Namah dawn, but you will be a single shout. So behold, they will be brought before us. Now, this third part over here is confusing to a lot of people, because I listen, I know it's either genuinely when he talks about the Day of Judgment. He only talks about the trumpet being blown twice that people are caused to die and to sleep and then there was erected. Now listen, I know that is

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mentioned a third loud noise. Is this another blowing up a trumpet or what is this? And unless I know data knows best some of the scholars considered this a third trumpet blow where the actual judgement will begin. But over here, it's actually quite explicit and clear. It is a loud noise, but nothing will happen in terms of falling asleep or waking up. What will happen at that time is that people will

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We'll be forced to move into the direction of their questioning, meaning that everything you know, will, will start to be surrounded in one area there'll be gathered in one area. So everything's panel, it's interesting to think about every single creation from human being will be gathered in that one place. How is that going to be possible? Allah subhanho wa Taala does what he pleases. Then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to set the vibe on that day. He goes on to say, for Leo mela, LA to the moon absentia wala to zona Elana Quantum Time Alone, that this day, no one will be wronged in anything, nor will you be recorded anything except that what that what you used to do. So unless my

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notes are like, it tells us that unlike the life of this world, ultimate justice will be done, that every soul will not be done any injustice to there's going to be no injustice, so the exact opposite of this world. Then the second interesting thing, Allah subhanaw taala says, you will be compensated in accordance to what you're used to do. So in this world, you'll notice some people get less than what they deserve. Some people get more than what they deserve. But on the Day of Judgment, Allah subhanaw taala will give people exactly what they deserve. Right? And the concept of not having a having any injustice. This is a very powerful concept. Now, just reading recently, right now, if we

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will strive for peace in this world, actually, this is for those of you that don't know,

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the last detainee from Guantanamo Bay, his his name's chuck it on. He was released from Guantanamo Bay today, he flew back after 14 years of being innocent. He was released today. And in his statement to and when he made a public statement, he talks about how to attain world peace. He says peace will only be attained if we begin by taking away all of the in justices in the world, right? That is the beginning of peace, that people only become violent, and they become aggressive and trying to drag transgression against one another. Once we allow in justices to take place, if each and every one of us took a responsibility to not do any injustice in our lives, to the best of our

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ability that will be begin the beginning of a peaceful state. And this is what Allah subhana wa tada he warns us of on that today that we will truly see who are the ones that wanted peace, and who are the ones that wanted transgression. Right, the moon Africa and Allah subhanaw taala describes them in Surah tillbaka, that they say we want peace, but in actuality they are the transgressors. And you know, we see this, I'm not going to speak in specifics, but we're coming to your lands to establish peace, but they're just there to destroy the land span Allah and cause chaos wherever they go. They do but they claim to be to bring peace. And on that day, Allah subhanho wa Taala says that

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regardless of what you claimed, you will be judged upon your actions and there will be no injustice on that day. So if you do good, you will be rewarded with good if you did bad, even if the people didn't know about it, you will be compensated on it for that today. And that is why the Day of Judgment is such a scary reality. You know, a mama Sheffield I'ma holla he says the, the IR which is the scariest for the oppressor is when Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, Well, my Kannada bukan a sia that Allah subhanho wa Taala is not forgetful, that each and every single injustice that a person does will be brought before him on that day will be brought to before him on that day. Now, what is

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something we can directly implement from this verse when Allah subhanho wa Taala says that each and every soul will see what it puts forth the advice of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that whoever has done an injustice towards his brother, let him rectified before he dies, let him rectified before he dies. Because on that today, there will be no dinars or Durham's exchanged, but only has an ad and say, but only good deeds and bad deeds. So anyone that has done an injustice, they're going to give their good deeds away to that person. And if you run out of good deeds, then that person starts putting their bad deeds onto you, then that person starts putting their bad deeds

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on to you. And that's something to think about as well. And Allah, you know, each and every time we've done an injustice, maybe we took an extra Penny here. We told an extra lie over there, we back up with someone over here, we belittled someone over there. All of this is going to be held accountable on that day. So anytime we've done something wrong, rectified in this dunya don't wait till the Day of Judgment, because the day of judgments going to be too scary of a rally reality. You're going to want to be a stingy as you can with your deeds on that day. So it's a lot easier to apologize and say sorry to someone in this dunya than it is to exchange good deeds and bad deeds on

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that day. So rather than suffering that regret on that day, make the efforts to apologize in this world make the efforts to apologize in this world. A second thing we learned from this idea is the

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Hadith of the Prophet Solomon Sahih Bukhari where he mentions that after the believers are cleared from the Hellfire, meaning the first stages that they call called cross the Sirat. And anyone that makes it across the Surat is going to be from the believers. But after they cross the Surat, they have to cross a bridge, this bridge is called the controller. And what happens on this controller is that any disputes that we have with one another that are not resolved, are going to be resolved at that place in time mean that before you can actually get to Jenna, before you can actually get to the gates of Paradise, you have to cross this conterra. And if anyone has any disputes with another

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individual, they will be resolved on that controller. So imagine that bridge. Now. It's just a cross from the hellfire. It's not over the river is across from the Hellfire, that as you're on this bridge, as this dispute is taking place with another individual, this bridge is constantly shaking, that as the weight of your bad deeds weighs down upon you. What if you fall off this bridge? And you don't actually make it to paradise at that time. So the more disputes you have to resolve, the longer the time you spend on this bridge. So just because a person thinks they've crossed the Surat that they're clear, no, you crossed the Surat because of your relationship with Allah subhanho wa

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Taala you've cleared that. But in terms of the focus of the inception of the love the creation of Allah that still needs to be cleared. So there are two things you need to be clear of one is your relationship with Allah that you've abstained from share Can you abstain from sins, and Allah is a lot more forgiving than human beings are. After you've cleared that you have accountability towards one another. In fact, one of the Hadith in Sahih Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he mentioned that even two Rams to animals that butted heads, and one ran wrong knocked off the Horn of another ran, even they will have accountability. Now this led some scholars to question do even

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animals have accountability with one another? A very small minority said that yes, that will happen. The majority of scholars said that the prompts are seldom is given this as an example to show that, you know, be very wary of your accountability, because even the animal would be held accountable right to show of severe example, that even the smallest things will be held accountable for on that day. So be very wary of that. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala. He goes on to say in verse number 55.

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And this is what like glad tidings are the people of Paradise to begin. And now it's horrible genitalium fee chauvelin 31 that indeed the companions of Paradise will be busy with joyful things. They will be busy with joyful things, right? Allah subhanho wa Taala he gives such a vague description, one a vague description, that the people of Paradise are going to be busy with joyful things. What exactly does that mean? Allah subhanho wa Taala he gives a vague description, because he knows our minds will naturally wander off to whatever we want, right? So some of us you know, right now, we may be thinking, when I go home, I want to eat, I want to get ready for bed. I want to

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watch something I want to do something our mind is wandering off right? Now, if you focus on this idea when Allah subhanaw taala says fish sugar, then 31 what is the most enjoyable thing you could be doing right now? What is the most enjoyable thing you could be doing? Think about it. And then think about how in the Acura in Jannah. You can do it as much as you want for as long as you want. No one will bother you. No one will interrupt you. And you can enjoy it for an eternity. Right? In this life. No matter what you do. Whatever is fun, the fun eventually wears out. You're eating something you're enjoying that food that fundamentally runs out till you start getting full. You're

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watching something the fly as soon as it ends. The fun is over. You're playing a video game. You can only play that video game for so long. You spending time with your family playing with your kids. Even that can only be enjoyable for so long.

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Yet the uniqueness of Jenna is that you will never tire never get bored. Never get annoyed of anything. Even abasa de la Juan Houma. His interpretation of this idea is when Allah subhanho wa Taala says fish sugar then fatty horn, he says it is the spending of intimate time with one's wife spending of intimate time with one's wife. Why did he say this? Because he says at the very next I Allah subhanaw taala says home was word your home field Allah Allah Allah, Allah achimota Qian that they otherwise will be in a pleasant shade reclining upon Thrones. So when Allah subhanaw taala says for you sugar in fact he when he's referring to the intimacy between a man and a wife, now, whom was

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watching home they and their wives. Why does Allah

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panatela use the plural. Why does Allah subhanaw taala use the plural muscle, people are getting big smiles on their faces. Now.

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The reason why Allah, I know what Allah uses the plural, because every man, regardless of who he was from the people of Paradise, he will be guaranteed to have the horrors of gender guaranteed to the hordes of gender, the more good deeds you did, and more specific deeds that you did, then the more holders of gender you will have. That is why it is in plural, right? It's not zoji, it's as much because that is why the plural will take place. Now the whole of gender, you know, that that requires a lecture on its own, probably like a brother session only. But just imagine, right? The woman of your dreams, multiple of them as much as the heart desires. Let me mention two other

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points. Number two, is how about the spouses that you're married to in this world? Yes, you will still have your spouse's from this life. In the next anyone that died. Married in this world, they will be reunited with their spouse and the asherah. Now let's say something to deplete, he will say two things to please the women now that the woman believing women in gender, they will actually be more beautiful than the holders of gender, the believing women and gender will actually be more beautiful than holes in gender. So it's not even going to be a competition at that time that the believing women, Allah is going to give them a more elevated status. Now a woman may ask, what does

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a woman get in paradise? What does a woman get in paradise? Right? The man gets the floor. What does the woman get in paradise? Right? There's a common question that arises all the time. The way to dispute defuse this discussion is Allah subhanho wa Taala. He says the homeowner shall own a fee. Whether the name is it that we will give them each and every single thing that they desire, and we will still have more to give them so whatever it is that a woman wants in Jenna, she will have an Allah subhanho wa Taala will still give her more. But the important thing to understand is that there's nothing evil in Jenna. Everything is going to be pure. Everything is going to be good.

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Everything will be clean. There is no filth in Jana. There's no perversion in Jenna. Everything is pure, clean and good. And that is the way we should understand Jenna, that Allah subhanho wa Taala will give the believers from the best that they desire the best of what they desire, Allah subhanaw taala will give it to them. And this is an ideal time to say that Oh Allah make us have them alone I mean, then Allah subhanaw taala he goes on to describe some of their fruits. The homefree have fact he has done what the homebuyer down that they will have in it fruits and that which they asked for that which they asked for. One is Allah subhana wa Taala mentioned fruits empanada, the Allah one

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Houma. He says that the names that Allah subhanaw taala gives in paradise that are shared with the fruits of this world. The only thing that's the same is the sharing of the name. The only thing that's the same is the sharing of the name and what makes the fruits of the hereafter different. Number one, they never rot. They never ever rot. Number two, they're served to you. I want you to imagine this in the previous IRA. Allah subhanho wa Taala he's mentioned that you and your spouse's will be reclining under a beautiful shade. And you can imagine a beautiful river is flowing by there's this amazing breeze and there's going to be beautiful sounds in Jana. Right? The beautiful

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sounds of Jana. Now you're going to be in such a relaxed and calm state. You're not going to want to get up and pick fruits. So what happens if Nakajima haimo Hola. He says one of two things will happen. Either Allah subhanho wa Taala will cause the trees to bend down for you so that they can serve you the fruits or Allah subhanho wa Taala will have servants in paradise to serve you. So you won't have to lift an inch in gender. You won't have to do a single job, a single thing and Jenna even when it comes to eating, you will be fed you don't want to cut an apple, they will cut the apple and feed it to you. You want them to do it they might even show it for you to give it to you.

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You don't have to do anything. That is the beauty of Jeunesse panela now why is Allah subhanaw taala mentioning all of this to entice you to incite you Be patient keep doing good keep struggling against your enough's because the time and appointment for Jana is very, very near, very near this is the ultimate motivation. Just wait till you get the agenda and you will have each and every single thing that you desire, one ommaya deran that each and every single thing that they ask for Allah subhanho wa Taala will give you then the climax of all of this Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say Salaam on coda mirabell Rahim

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That Allah subhanho wa Taala will utter the word of Salaam, that upon you now is peace. What is so significant about the statement? One it shows us the greatness of spreading peace or the greeting of peace in this life, that witnessing when we say Salaam Alaikum to one another, what is this represents a representation of what is it? A reminder of it is a manifestation of the statement from Allah subhanaw taala and Jenna that when he gives salam to us on that day, we're spreading the Salaam in this world to remind one another, that Be patient, our appointment with Allah subhanaw taala and Paradise is soon. Right, that's going to change your perspective on giving sunlamps when

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someone says Salaam Alaikum a lot of the times we'll just ignore it a lot of the times we don't want to respond. But now when you start thinking that this is the greeting from Allah subhanaw taala for the believers in Paradise, and this should remind you of your appointment with Allah subhanho wa Taala bring a different perspective to your life, right when we say Salaam Alaikum to one another, right? The one of the worst feelings is you start off halakhah and there's triggers like Assalamu alaikum. And it's like literally there's a janazah in the room. No one responds. But now imagine if in your mind you're thinking, these are the exact words that Allah subhanho wa Taala is going to say

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in Jannah. How would you feel at that time? Number two, the wisdom behind this? Why does Allah subhana wa tada say Salaam? Why does Allah subhanaw taala say peace at that time? Because in Paradise, there will be no harm. There will be nothing wrong done. There will be no lying, no stealing, no crime, nothing of that sort, just peace and enjoyment for the rest of our eternal existence. If you can begin to fathom that Subhanallah so that eternity of peace and bliss and joy begins with the statement of Salaam the promise that there will be no evil to come after that statement that there will be no evil to come after that statement.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala he now changes gears he now shifts the mood of surah Yasin because now listen, I know tala goes on to tell us about the inhabitants of the hellfire. So just like you are extremely happy about talking about Jenna, the next part gets really dark and really brings you down. Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say 1000 the oma Are you home Oh god moon, that Allah subhana wa tada on that day will begin the day of judgment by separating the disbelievers by separating the disability or particularly the criminals. And what will happen on that day. When the people are resurrected and they're looking as to where to go. Allah subhanho wa Taala will have

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angels call out, follow those whom you used to worship follow those whom you used to worship. So those that used to worship idols will follow idols, those that worship the sun will follow the sun, though does that worship other than la will follow other than Allah till only the believers will remain till only the believers will remain. So the first thing that Allah subhanho wa Taala does is distinguish them separates them. And this shows us the reality that while the vast majority of things are not black and white, when it comes to Eamon and Cofer, it is very black and white. Either you're a Muslim, or you're not. There's no in between. There's no part Muslim podcaster it's either

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Muslim or Catherine. There's nothing in between. And that is where Allah subhanho wa Taala says that on that day, this is how we will distinguish them. This is how we will separate them between the believers and the disbelievers. Then it will be said to them Subhan Allah What a powerful statement. Let's find out that goes on to say, and Mr. Hyde la cumbia Bunny, Adam alerta, Buddha shaytaan, in the hula Komodo, Moby, did I not make a covenant with your children of Adam, that you should not worship shaytaan Verily, He is a plain enemy to you.

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What is this covenant that Allah subhanaw taala is speaking about, in total out of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He tells us about a mythique that Allah subhanaw taala took a covenant that all of us took that before Allah created the physical bodies, he had created the salts already, and he had gathered them all together, and he had asked them unless to be or become that Am I not your Lord? They said, Of course you are Allah. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, so that you may not say on the Day of Judgment, that we had no idea that we didn't know that Allah was our Lord. Now, the remnants of this mythique we don't remember it, we don't remember when our souls took this oath and covenant, but

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what Allah subhanho wa Taala placed inside of us instead is the fitrah meaning that natural inclination and longing for the soul to be reconnected with its creator. That is what the fitrah is, and that is what the remnants of the covenant is that the soul will naturally lead

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To be with its creator. So each and every soul at one point or another will long for its creator, then that longing, it either has to be fulfilled in following the truth, or it has to be suppressed. Because it's true. You know, it's like an alarm clock going off that either you turn that alarm clock and wake up, or you just break the alarm off altogether and go back to sleep. Those are the only two options. There's no third option here. And that's what happens with the fitrah that if you answer that call, your fitter naturally gets pure. But if you don't answer the call of that fitter, the Torah eventually breaks. And people no longer distinguish between good and evil, and no longer

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care about Allah subhanho wa Taala and no longer care about the Day of Judgment. That's what happens with the fitrah. Now what's interesting over here, that Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, Did I not tell you not to worship shaytaan? Now what percentage of disbelievers actually worship? She thought, What does Allah subhanaw taala actually mean over here? Not to worship Satan? Who can tell me when Allah subhanaw taala said, don't worship Satan, what is he referring to? Does anyone make such that the shaitaan very, very few people anyone making a call to Satan? Everyone, anyone doing Vicar of shaytaan? A very, extremely few people advise on this fine without addressing the vast majority of

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inhabitants of the Hellfire with that token, tell me

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Sorry. Wealth? Nope.

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Absent fantastic here, Allah subhanaw taala is not talking about Roku as such the end, Vicar. He's talking about? Did I not tell you not to obey shaytaan not to obey shaytaan meaning that she thought comes to each and every one of us. And he whispers in our ears. And he we know that she thought is whispering in our ears. Yet, we go along with that whisper right when we were doing a bad deed. Naturally inside, we know that we're doing a bad deed. yet why is it that we continue and persist? Why is it that we don't stop ourselves? What is stopping us? That is what Allah subhanaw taala is referring to? That was spring of shaitaan to do bad. You knew it was bad yet you still did it? I

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told you not to do it. I told you to take him as an open and clear enemy in the hula Komodo movie, that he is the cause that caused Adam Ali Salaam to be exiled from Jana. Did you not learn from that? Why do we not know the story of Adam we do. We know what happened to Adam Ali said I'm in Hawa. Yet we don't learn from that story. That is what unless I know what that is saying that each and every one of us has that shape on that whispers to us and the disbelievers. They are the ones that constantly give in to the whispers of shaitaan shaitaan tells them to do go bad. And they're like, Yes, sir. I'm going to go and do it. As if they become the army of shaytaan just living for

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the sake of doing that. That is what Allah subhanaw taala is telling us that the disbelievers that is what they do. They obey the shape on even though they know it is wrong. Even though Allah subhana wa tada has said that he is an open and clear enemy. Now, what is this manifestation of shaitaan look like? every single night shaytaan he ties three knots on each and every one of us. He ties three knots on each and every one of us. And when we wake up, based upon what we do, those knots get untied. Starting off with the vicar of Allah subhanho wa Taala starting off with making Voodoo starting off with praying fudger as we do these things, the knots of shaitaan are untied. Now what

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happens to the individual that doesn't pray for budget. This is when it gets really gruesome. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says that that night shaytaan urinated in the year of that individual shaytaan urinated in the year of that individual with a nasty and disgusting feeling. What a nasty and disgusting thing. And that is why those days when you wake up after having missed fudger your days, like all upside down your head is not thinking straight. You're very anxious, very overwhelmed, very perplexed, doing acts of a bother actually become difficult, right? The day that you can't forget. Your five daily prayers are easy, the day that you miss fudger even

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praying the hotter becomes a struggle. Why is that? That is the immense effect of the urine of Shea thought, that is how you know the effects of shaytaan come about. Now what did the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teach us to protect us against shaytaan he gives us the example of how would you feel if someone was in a fortress, and he ran up a mountain? And on the top of that mountain was a fortified castle a very well built castle. Do you think that person could be attacked by his enemy? They said no, you're a Sunni Allah. He sallallahu sallam. He says this

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The effect that Vicar has on protecting the slave of Allah, that busy yourselves with Vicar. That is how you protect yourself from shaytaan. Them remembrances of the morning the remembrances of the evening. There are of the utmost importance, memorize them, learn them, teach them to your children, recite them regularly. This is how you protect yourself from the whispers of shaitaan.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, that not only did I not tell you not to worship Satan, but what else did I tell you, when they are bodoni? How the Serato stuck him that you should worship me that is the straight path. So when we asked you know what is the straight path, the straight path is defined over here, that is the path that leads to Allah, that is a path that leads to the worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. That is the straight path that Allah subhanho wa Taala is defined. So once you're done conquering shaytaan The next step is to make sure you're worshipping Allah subhanho wa Taala. Purely. And in fact, the only way to successfully beat shaytaan is to make sure that you're

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worshiping Allah subhanho wa Taala. Because if you're not worshiping Allah subhanho wa Taala, you're still within the plots of shaitaan by worshiping other than Allah subhanho wa Taala. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, what are called auto lambing comb gibert and kathira for them to cool nozaki known, and indeed he Satan, did lead astray a great multitude of you do not understand, do you not then understand. So here, Allah subhanaw taala he tells us that she Thawne will easily influence the vast majority of mankind something that we've already discussed, either Melissa lamb on that day 99 out of 100 of his children, he's going to have to throw into the Hellfire Subhanallah

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so a lot of mankind will be a straight. So now why does unless I know what Allah tells us this, that when you look at your faith, and the overall greater scheme of things, you are going to feel like a minority. But should that minority lead you to having an inferiority complex mean that when people are small number, the subdue themselves to the greater majority, right? They submit to the greater majority. But here, let's find out what that is saying that look, I'm letting you know in advance that you are going to be a minority so that you don't subjugate yourself to the majority so that you don't submit to the majority. Why? Because the majority are wrong and the minority are right. But

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what should that minority be upon, that minority should be focused upon fighting shaytaan and worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. That minority is not upon any culture or ethnicity or language, it is purely upon fighting shaitaan and worshipping Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala starts to tell us about what their consequence is of not fighting shaytaan and worshiping Allah if you don't do that had the he Johanna Malachi quantum to I don't. This is the jahannam that you were promised. What does that mean? The jahannam you were promised? How were they promised Jana? How did Allah subhanaw taala let the people know about jahannam. One textually it's there. There's

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not a single text that was revealed to mankind, except that it mentioned the hellfire. Number two, even in the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah gave us many examples of jahannam let us just look at three of them. The first of them is fire with nerve itself. When you touch fire, you will get birth. This is the first indication of Janna. Number two, the emotional pain that you feel when something traumatic happens, an individual loses their mother, they lose their spouse in front of their own eyes. Right? traumatic events, that pain that we feel inside, is letting us know that there's a punishment even more worse, and severe, which is the hellfire. Number three, that longing

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that we have inside to get to know Allah. When we fill it up with other things. That pain that we continue to feel as it intensifies, is an indication of jahannam. Number four, even the physical strength that we go through when you get cut. That pain that you feel even just through a paper cut, is your reminder that there's a punishment that is much much worse. These are all signs that all this final data is given all of us. We should reflect that why do these things exist? Why is there pain? Why do we feel emotional pain? Why do we feel regret? Why do we feel that emptiness? Because those are all small, minor examples of the great intense pain that people will feel in the

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hereafter. Those are all just small glimpses of what is to come. And then similarly with pleasure, each and every single pleasure that we feel the exact order

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Opposite of it is true as well, that the pleasure will be intensified much, much more. But for the believers in Paradise, that these are all glimpses that as much as we enjoy doing certain activities, all those pleasures will be intensified in the hereafter.

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That Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say is slow Hi, Leon Bhima quantum Sakura burn there in this day, on account of what you used of disbelief means that the reason why people will be sent to Johanna is because of their Cofer is because of their disbelief in Allah subhanaw taala meaning that people knew what was right and what was wrong, that they continue to chose choose the path of disbelief. They continue to choose the path of this belief that is wireless. I know Dallas sends the people to the Hellfire because of their disbelief. It's not the small transgressions that we do, ultimately is their disbelief. And that is why Allah subhanho wa Taala spends such a large portion

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of the Quran calling the people to tauheed stay away from shirk, why not only is it more beneficial for your dunya but at the end of the day, that's what protects you from the Hellfire prevent preserving your heat and saving yourself from shirk and kufr. Now Allah subhanaw taala goes on to a very scary reality on this panel. Now this this this idea, if we will spend a long time reflecting on it. It will break all of us down because we would relive our lives from a completely different perspective. He goes on to say, Yamanaka Timo where he him what you can nimona ad him, What does How do our Judo home? Beamer? Can we accept that that day, we shall set a seal on their mouth, and their

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hands will speak to us and their legs will bear witness as to what they used to earn.

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Why does Allah subhanaw taala mention this?

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Because certain groups of people on the day of judgment will say, Oh Allah,

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what the angels have said and written down, it's incorrect, it's wrong. I didn't do those things. So let's find out what Allah will silence them. And then their hands and their legs will testify that each and every single thing that they did, their hands will testify against them. Each and every single hot arm that they walked to their legs will testify against them. And on that day, they won't be allowed to deceive. But rather what is true will come out on that day.

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Now, that's such a scary reality to think about panela Imagine if your hand spoke to Allah subhanaw taala. And it spoke about the amount of the type of money that we earned, or the things that we did with our hands, or the way that we abused our power and authority, or the way that we didn't use these hands for good. Or the fact that we didn't walk to the masjid, or used to walk to Harlem or we abuse the privilege of walking that Allah subhanaw taala gave us and we were never thankful. Imagine all of these things being said, What face could we show to Allah subhanaw taala we will want to deny on that day, but we won't be able to speak our lips are covered, our lips are sealed. Nothing was

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speak on that day, except for our body parts. And that's such a scary reality is panela such a scary reality that rectify the deeds of the limbs. Because what you want to present to Allah subhanaw taala is good, not bad. And the only way to do that is by rectifying our limbs by rectifying the deeds of our limbs. Then Allah subhanaw taala he goes on to say wallow in the shell. Hello de sha Allah Thomasina Allah, uni him for sterber cassata for ANOVA Ceylon. And if it had been our will, we would surely have wiped out we should have surely wiped out their eyes so that they would struggle for the path. How then would they see? So now let's find out what that is talking about the crossing

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of the Surat on how Allah subhanaw taala not only will put some people in darkness, but some people will be completely blind. What is the wisdom behind that? Why does Allah subhanaw taala make people blind on that day? Who can tell me? It has a very deep connection with the surah

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Why are people made blind on that day?

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You want to raise your hand? No. Go ahead. Yeah, tell me It's okay. Don't be shy.

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So you're gonna have to raise your voice.

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I heard solar and lunar eclipse I didn't hear at the beginning. I guess raise your voice a bit more.

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A solar eclipse? Uh huh. So that's how they will go blind possibly. But why will they go blind done.

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Why now we want to think about it which we've done to how we want to think about why why would they go blind?

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First what was reservation certain

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about the sky policy?

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So how does that tie into this sort of over here?

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I don't know. This is what we we sent for the warnings and signs reminder and you are not paying attention to them you know that you forgot on.

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forget about some

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fantastic Well, we'll take the width go, we'll we'll go with what he said. So in Surah Taha, Allah subhana wa Tada. He talks about the vicar of Allah subhanaw taala coming the reminder of Allah subhanho wa Taala coming, right Allah subhanaw taala he goes, waka dedicated sky attune. FNS, Sita waka daddy kaleo matanza, sir, that those our signs and verses came to you and you forgot to them right? And thus on this day you will shall be forgotten. So the beginning part of the soul I talked about the signs of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And when someone doesn't pay attention to the signs of Allah subhanho wa Taala What is he doing? He's turning a blind eye, as if those signs don't exist.

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So let's find out what he's saying. That just like you turned a blind eye to the Ayat of Allah subhanho wa Taala on this day, you will truly be made blind. And as if blindness wasn't a great test, with no itself, they will be told to cross the spirit in that blindness. That path, which is a short possess short sword, as thin as an eyelash, and it goes over the hellfire. How are you supposed to cross that in blindness or in darkness, next to impossible, supine Allah. And that is what Allah subhanaw taala say that if you intentionally turn a blind eye to the signs of Allah subhanho wa Taala Be very careful, because on that today, Allah subhana wa Taala will make you blind

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for you pretending to be blind in this dunya and that is what Allah subhanho wa Taala is saying that, you know, had we wish this we could have made them truly blind. Yet we gave them a spite in this world to let them continue seeing go ahead and enjoy the sight of this world because you're not going to get that pleasure in the hereafter. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say in the very next hire a similar color and tone and context while owner Shah llama Sakina home, either McCann at him famous Tata, oh Modi and what are yours your own. And if it had been our will, we could have transformed them into animals or lifeless objects in their places, then they would have been unable

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to go forward, nor could they have returned back. So it's a * Bacardi, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he talks about a group of people towards the end of time. He says a group of people will come towards the end of time, then we actually just read the Hadith for you. That the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said from amongst my followers, there will be certain people who will consider illegal sexual *, the wearing of silk, the drinking of alcoholic drinks, and the use of musical instruments as lawful. So what is their crime? When it came to Xena, the wearing of silk, the drinking of alcohol and the listening of music, they considered it halon

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that was their crime, okay, they considered lawful, and from them, they will come soon those who would stay near the side of a mountain, and in the evening, their Shepherd will come to them with their sheep, and ask them for something, but they will say to him, come to us tomorrow. So understand this part of what the what is happening with these people is that Allah messengers, thoughts on them saying these will be people of power, that they will be rich enough to have workers for them. Yet when their workers came to them, asking them, can you give me my wages, give me my payment that you owe me. They'll say, Come back tomorrow, come back tomorrow. So this is their fifth

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crime now that when it came to paying people, what is their hack, they would refuse to do so. And they will say, Come back tomorrow. Allah will destroy them during the night. And we'll let the mountain follow fall upon them. And that's where the rest of them he will transform them into monkeys and pigs. And they will remain so until the day of judgment and they will remain so until the day of judgment. So let's find what I was talking about a group of people towards the end of time this is not what's happened previously, as mentioned in Soto bacala. This is talking about a foretelling of what is to come in the future. Then when people commit these crimes, and it becomes

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rampant upon amongst the people, that Allah subhanho wa Taala will destroy these people overnight, and those that survive will be transport, and they won't be able to go back to their previous states of being human, nor will they be able to change into anything else. And they will remain in that fashion until the Day of Judgment until the day of judgment.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala all goes on to say woman who Amir who noona kiss who Finn Hulk, Fela Yaki Loon. Now let's find what Allah goes on to mention some more of his science, that he says that those that live to see a long life, do they not reflect upon how Allah reverses their state, mean that the older you get, the more you become like a baby, that your teeth fall out, you're unable to chew, your eyesight becomes weak, you're not able to see your memory disappears or that you're not able to remember you need help walking, you're unable to control your bathroom movements. Do we not reflect how Allah turns the old age into that state? Everything goes full circle, Allah is reminding us of

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that. Going back to the signs now.

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Now Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about another key theme of the surah one alumna who share our Maryam bilena in her in the Corona, Corona movie, that we have not taught the Prophet poetry, nor is it a need for him. This is only a reminder and a plain Quran. So remember, we said three key themes in the surah, right? The tauheed of Allah, the rusada, particularly Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then tied in with the signs is the signs itself and signs of the day of judgment and what is to take place on that today. So we just finished the signs. Now we go into the second part, which is the reset of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and he said in general, that the Messenger of Allah

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not taught poetry. The Messenger of Allah did not do poetry, right, but rather, this is the vicar from Allah subhanaw taala This is the Quran. Why did Allah subhanaw taala, refute and negate poetry? Because what the Arabs are old used to do was poetry, but it had restrictions and limits what the human being is bound to and restricted with, whereas the Koran is much much superior to anything a human being could come up with. And that is why he wasn't taught poetry, nor did he do poetry, but rather, this is a vicar from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now, what does this say about poetry in Islam? Are we allowed poetry in Islam? And the answer is, of course,

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without a shadow of a doubt. In fact, Hassan am the sabbat, the Companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would use him to refute the Quran, he will tell them go and refute the Quran, with poetry just like they're trying to refute us. So it is allowed to use poetry, but when does it become this praiseworthy when it is become when does it become not a good thing, it becomes a not good thing, if the lyrics within of itself are not good, meaning it's not, it's not used for pure purposes. And number two, when it becomes such a great distraction from greater and more important things. So rather than listening or reading Koran, someone gets involved in poetry. And you know,

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particularly in the subcontinent culture Subhanallah, you'll find certain like Indians and Pakistanis, they know like allama Iqbal more than they know the Koran, right? That's the reality. And this is what unless I know what that is, like telling us over here, that the end of the day, this is just poetry of a human being. Right. And you can tie this into music in this day and age. It's not just poetry when of itself, literally, our youth and a lot of our community members, they will know the lyrics to music more than they know the verses of the Koran, right? That's the sad reality. So that's how you that the Quran is consistent into in terms of its message. It's not just

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about poetry, but it's the same concept as well. Then Allah subhanaw taala tells us the purpose of the Quran, the only Rahman Kanhaiya and why Heckle coda, Heckle Polo lol Catherine, that the Quran is here to give a warning to that or he who is alive, alive in what sense? alive in the heart, meaning your heart needs to be alive to receive this message from Allah subhanho wa Taala we have colocado Anil Catherine and establish the proof against the disbelievers mean that once the Koran came, those that are spiritually alive will benefit from the Quran, mean that in order to benefit from the Quran, you have to be spiritually alive. You can't be spiritually dead and expect to be you

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know, benefited by the Quran.

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And then the second part is that the proof may be established against the disbelievers that once they come across the Koran. There's no further proof required that is the ultimate proof that is required for the importance of worshiping Allah staying away from sherek of doing good of abstaining from evil and so on and so forth. That is the ultimate guide. Now I know people are getting tired. So let me give you some good news. We only have 13 verses left very short verses inshallah. So why don't we do something quickly. Let's do a quick stretch. Everyone stretch out your arms as far as you can stretch your jobs. If you want to stand up, you can stand up as well do a quick stand up and

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stretch out. It's going to be 15 minutes, but I really feel the energy levels in this room dying down

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I don't want that to happen, right?

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So just do a quick stretch inshallah. Let's have a seat inshallah, that's I will see you guys. You know, we're at the end of a race, it's like that final 100 meters that are left, we're going to sprint through in sha Allah. Then Allah subhanaw taala. He goes on to say our Damiano and Nanak Nana homie, Mommy, that's a Dina and Armand, for whom the harmonic Khun Do they not see how we created for them of what we created the cattle so that they are their owners. So now when Allah subhanaw taala is talking about an arm, generally it refers to camel, the the sheep and cows. So here listen, I know Todd is saying, even though these animals are much, much larger, do you not notice how even

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though they are larger than you, Allah has given you authority over them has given you power over them? What is that for? How did that happen? They're stronger than you. They they're there. They're much more courageous than you. They have more ability than you How did you get power over them? Allah subhanho wa Taala gave it to you. That's why you have it. Likewise, intellectually, you're stronger. That's why you have it. But Allah mentions this example over here, that even though they are inferior in their intellect, they fulfill their purpose of creation. They know they're there to create milk, they know they're there to feed off the grass, they know that they're there to be used

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for meat, they fulfill their creation, us with a superior intellect are we using our intellect to fulfill our purpose of creation to worship Allah subhana wa Tada. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say whether na lahoma for minha

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dokubo home woman ha Kowloon and we have subdued them unto them. So that's some of them are used for writing, and some of them they may eat. Right? So here let's find what Allah is telling us that everything of this dunya Allah has facilitated for us and subdued it for us, so that we don't have to struggle in getting those things that we need to survive, right. Getting food is not a struggle, it's very easy for us, subduing an animal is very easy for us. Why? So that we could spend our time doing the more important things time should not be wasted in the less important things it should be spent on the more important things worshiping Allah. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say,

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what a home fee hermana if you're a woma shout If further your score on that in those animals, they have that which is beneficial and they have that to drink, will they not to give thanks to Allah subhanaw taala what is the benefit that Allah subhanaw taala is talking about that in terms of the grazing of the lands, the harvesting of the lands, those animals can be used, the skins that the animals provide, can be used for clothing, they can be used as vessels to drink from, right, they can be used to make shoes and sandals, one machete and that the same animals, they provide drink for them as well. So imagine you have this cow, it's given you the leather, you can make some amazing

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steak and you're thirsty, and it gives you this amazing milk to drink all of it in one animal Subhan Allah, Will you not then give thanks to the one that placed all of it in one animal.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say that even though that sign was there, what was the ultimate result? What dakoda mean? Daniela Eonni, her Nana home Yun, sir on that they took besides Allah subhanho wa Taala other gods in hopes that they might come in handy in hopes that they might help them. So here let's have I know what that is saying that all of the other things that are worshiped, they're not going to be able to help you they're not going to be able to do anything for you. In fact, if they couldn't even get the cow to submit to you, Savannah, look at this over here. Let's find out what's out there saying in the previous verses, that he got the cows to submit to us.

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And then what happens we have human beings that would submit themselves to the cows, right? Think about that spinal that is what unless I know what that is saying over here, then in hopes that they will be helped, but they're not going to be able to help them that cow Subhana Allah and the streets it needs to be protected from other cars hitting it below standard don't hit the cow don't harm the cow. And that cow couldn't help itself and protect itself. How is it going to protect you? What happens to our intellects? Seriously Tell me what happens to our intellects, there is a point of reflection, that the one that you worship is supposed to be the all powerful, the one that created

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you the one that you know, cause the animals submit themselves to you that granted you all this milk, meat and leather from one animal you go and submit yourself to that animal instead rather than the one that created it. Where's the intellectual Han Allah, then Allah subhana wa tada he goes on to say lyase 40 owner national home well Hola, hola home john donne, Masha dawn, that they will have no power to help them but they will be brought up as a troop. Meaning that on the Day of Judgment, the things that they used to worship, they're going to rebel against them.

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They're going to say we thought you could help us. Why can't you help us? And then the things that they used to worship, they're going to say we're free of you, who told you to worship us? That was your own foolishness that led you to that. And they will start fighting amongst themselves as if one army is fighting another. That is what will happen. Whereas the exact opposite the people of Florida united in their love for Allah subhana wa tada and Allah subhanho wa Taala is showing their love is showing his love to them and showing his love to them. Then Allah subhana wa Taala he goes on to say for now, yasunaga Kowloon in natella more miles you run the warmer you're an unknown that showed

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that not your speech Greville Mohammed, verily we know what they conceal and what they reveal. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he used to feel down, right? That they would make fun of him, they would mock Him, they would say lies about him, that Allah subhanaw taala is saying, Look, don't let what they say get you down. We truly know what is in on their insights, we truly know what is on their insights, meaning that the the evil that lingers inside, that confidence which they portray on the outside is all weakness on the inside and lack of confidence on the inside. That power that they seem to show inside. They know they're weak, right? That is what Allah subhanho wa

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Taala is saying that Allah subhanaw taala knows them best. So don't let what they say get you down. And this is like a reminder over here that you know, even when you go through that,

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I don't want to say inferiority. But when someone says something to you because of the faith that you practice, you'll naturally feel sad, right? You'll feel upset that why am I being discriminated against? Here, it's as if Allah subhanaw taala is telling us 1400 years ago, that don't let it don't let that get you down. Allah subhanaw taala knows the fate of this individual, right? Just focus on that, that Allah knows what is best. leave that up to Allah subhanho wa Taala Do not let it get you down. Our Lamoureux then Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say again that did they not see insan the mankind that we created him

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from a Nautica. And then he is the one that you know has the audacity to claim and you know, argue against Allah. Now understand this argument over here, unless I know what that is saying that he created mankind from the joining of two liquids, right? And then he became a loafer. Then on that day, he becomes very argumentative in front of Allah subhanaw taala not only on that day, but in this life as well. you prove to me the existence of God right? That is what they say prove to me that the Quran is the truth prove to me that these prophets and messengers are sent right. They become Kasim Kasim is the the one that constantly argues and beakers. And then Allah saying, Do you

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not remember where you came from? Do you not remember that you came from these liquids? Do you not remember that you are the small morsel of flesh? Then how do you become argumentative? Now, just reflect on where you came from. reflect on where you came from. And that should be enough to humble you enough to humble you. Now, Allah subhanaw taala goes on to say in the next verse, that say, call up her lady and Sha, Allah Mara woombie, Wahhabi coalition will be called the halkyn alum, say oh Prophet, he who created the bones for the first time will give life to it. And he Allah is the all Knower of every creation, a story behind this verse. One of actually, it's very that happened twice.

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And why I asked him why and obey bluecard if they came to the Messenger of Allah on two different instances, and they had bones in their hands, and they said, Do you think these bones will be resurrected, and he started laughing at the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So that is when Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed these verses, say, oh, Mohammed who created these bonds, for the first time will give life to it. And he is the all Knower of every creation. Now understand this wording over here, he who created it, for the first time will give life to it. He who created it the first time will give life to it mean that mankind things the difficult part is giving life to

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something that has died. From our perspective, the difficult part isn't giving life to someone that has died. It is to give life to something that never existed in the first place. That before we existed, we were nothing, there was no indication we could have existed. Allah brought us into life so that once our bones are there, from our perspective, is it more difficult to bring us back to life or to create something out of nothing? So let's find out that is mocking them that how foolish you are you think this is difficult. The difficult part was already done when he brought you into creation from nothing. And Allah subhanho wa Taala as well, nor of all of his creation, under the

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Jalandhar communists szegedi. AKA de nada there either and two men who took it on that the one from the green tree

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Created fire. How did he create fire from the green tree? That this green tree is a sign of life right? When you see a green tree it is the the universal sign for life. That is what you understand from the green tree. Yet when this tree dies, and it's what becomes dry Europe, the woods together, it becomes fire. What do you use to further that fire the wood of the tree. So you started the fire With that word, you made it stronger with the word and ultimately you'd bring the dead leaves and putting it on top to further magnify this fire. So do you not reflect how from that one tree? Not only was it a physical sign of life at one point, but ultimately it created fire from it as well.

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Would you not reflect over that? Then Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say, our laser levy colloca sama what on earth because Allah,

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Allah and the yaka yaka Luca mithila. Home, Bella one Hanako. That it is not, is it not he who created the heavens and the earth, able to create the likelier off? Yes, indeed, he has the all knowing supreme creator. Now Allah subhanaw taala saying, look, if that specific example isn't enough, just look at the creation of the heavens and the earth, right. Last week, we talked about what if the earth was to stop rotating? What would happen? Now just imagine, like Subhanallah, you know, something that we're really deprived of, is that we really have no idea what's going on in outer space. Were really deprived of that. Why? Because you think, Well, sorry, we think, on this

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planet, like we're this mighty superior creation. Yet the very planet that we live on, is like a millimeter comparison to the sun. And that sun is a millimeter compared to the galaxy. And this galaxy is a millimeter compared to other galaxies. And even as we know it, this universe is expanding. So he says, just look at the creation of the heavens and the earth around you is not is that not enough of a sign? That how everything has its set way of doing things that the clouds come, the rain comes down? Right? Have you ever seen rain come down without clouds? We don't see it. Have we seen a day where the sun doesn't rise? And doesn't set? No? Have we seen the day where they you

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know, the moon just disappears for a month? Well, we don't see it. All of that set orbit that set, son of Allah is there. Pay attention to the science literally, it's as if spine Allah, you know, when you read the suit, it's, it's like blatantly in front of you. How can you not recognize the creator? How can you not do it? Like it's so blatantly out there? How can you not do it? Then Allah subhanho wa Taala. He goes on to say, in them a model who either arada Shea and Yakuza who couldn't fire Kuhn, there when Allah subhanho wa Taala wants something to take place. He just says B, and it is not such a powerful thing. sapan Allah, then Allah subhanaw taala wants something to be, Be and

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it is. And I gave this example in the previous halaqaat, that if we were to take all the living body parts that we need for a human being and put all those body parts together, could we bring it to life? No, we couldn't, right? Because Allah subhanaw taala did not say be, so it could be right. So even if you have the pieces that will have Allah, that permission of Allah, if it's not there, it's not going to come to life. And Subhanallah like even the, you know, science and religion are not meant to be in opposition to one another. They're meant to be in harmony, because every science, it originates from Allah subhanaw taala. That's the way we understand it, right? So even the simple

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science of how a child is reproduced

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1000s upon 1000s of people can't have children. Yet if you did take the two elements that are required the egg from the woman and the sperm from a man and put it together

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would that bring about a child? It wouldn't open until unless I know what dialysis be. And it is.

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So it shows that even the the dependence that science has upon the will of Allah subhanaw taala that is so powerful to think about spine Allah. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala he concludes the ayah Surah by saying for Subhana Allah dblp malaco to convey what he told us, so glorified Biggie and exalted above all that they associated with him, and in the in whose hands is the dominion of all things, unto him You shall be returned.

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So Allah subhanaw taala concludes this sutra by saying for Subhana lydie, right, Glorified is Allah subhanho wa Taala meaning Allah is Exalted above every criticism and negative attribute that people attribute to him. Right? Allah subhanaw taala is above and beyond that.

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But what is really powerful about this verse if you truly understand it, for Subhan Allah the bat he malaco

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cliche, that glorified to be the one who has the keys to everything has the keys to every single domain, it has the control to every single dominion, what he told us, and to him You shall return what does this mean? That if you want dominion over things, if you want control over things, if you want Allah Subhana, Allah to Allah to grant you things, continue to do that this be how Allah subhana wa tada because he is the one that controls all of these things. So the only way you will attain them is through Allah subhana wa Tada, you can attain them any other way. And the ultimate attainment is in the hereafter. So don't long for it ultimately, in this life alone, belong for it

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in the hereafter when it lasts forever. Now, the conclusion, that's the scary part, what he told Joe, and the one that controls everything, he is the one that you will be returning to. Right? So going back to the theme of the suta whatever you prepared for it, what have you prepared for it? Now, these are just some of the the the brief lessons that we can derive. And I'll be the first and foremost admit that I did a very, very bad job explained the intimate details of the suit I didn't handle and manage the time properly. So even though you know we've completed the sooner, I would say please go back and read the suta and try your best to understand the sorta there's multiple

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explanations of this suit on the internet, you'll normally find I think it was this Ramadan, he did like a 20 part series on the on the suta. Right, each one is like 1215 minutes long. Go back, listen to that, and continue studying this panel is a very, very powerful surah that is you should just be the beginning of understanding the solar. Because in the surah we learned that Allah subhanho wa Taala has the ultimate right to be worshipped. We learn how there are multiple a plethora of signs all around us if we will just reflect and ended we learned on the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was indeed a true prophet and messenger from Allah subhanho wa Taala. So we pray

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that Allah subhana wa Taala makes this tafsir heavy on our skill of good deeds, and that Allah subhanho wa Taala grants us the understanding of the Koran and the understanding of surah Yaseen, and that Allah subhanho wa Taala makes the Quran and this surah a proof for us not a proof against us on the Day of Judgment Allahumma amin Allahu Allah sallallahu sallam, Abaddon Viana Mohammed Vidal, he was talking to seller, and exactly at 945 on the.we have completed the sutra, Allah here or below the mean time.

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Friday announcement or tug of war? Yeah, I have a couple of announcements. I'm just going to answer questions and I'll do announcements and we can call it a night and show your question. So the brothers question was what happens to all of the single people in Jenna? Will they have spouses? That was the question? No. Okay. Especially the sisters much that we have a very deep concern for our sisters that a single How about the single brothers yucky?

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Even for the sisters that answer that question that level maiya shout when the fee when the day numbers eat, that they will have each and every single thing that they desire, and we will have more to give them so even the single people Allah subhanho wa Taala will marry them in Jannah inshallah, no one will be alone.

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had wives and wives returns? Yes. No, they don't turn into photoline there are more beautiful than hold on a hotel in our separate creation of Allah.

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They join your spouses.

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Yes, and single men will get hurt or pain and other spinal data will also clear that pair them up with single with single women as well. Yes, so no one is going to remain single and Jenna.

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What I mean, what how? How boring would that be Sinaloa? Right, Danny, the happiness of life is sharing it with someone else, although would never allow you know, someone to be single and have no to shared with

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a single system.

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That, you know.

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She said what about the single?

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I mean, again, the simple point being no one's going to be sad and disappointed in Jenna, that no one wants to be sad and disappointed in the great uncle.

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Where does this fit within your use case?

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Right. So

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yeah, so this happens after resurrection wotja our bukovel melaku suffer and suffer so that Allah subhana wa tada when he comes forth through his creation, when he's presenting himself to his creation. The angels will be lined up row by row in front of Allah subhanaw taala. Right. And that is when the judge the judgment itself.

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The hisab will begin when Allah subhanaw taala comes. So the resurrection happens, people gather together in one place, the angels will line up Allah subhana wa Taala comes. And that is when the sap begins at that time.

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Yeah, so the I mean, they're all tied into the three groups that I mentioned over here as well, that you have the, the extreme cybercorps. And then you have a terrible You mean, all these are from the three groups that I mentioned over here, that those people that were combining hope and fear perfectly, they're the elite of the elite, then those people that fell short in either one of them, they're the second category of people. And then the third category of people is the the ones that will be chased by the for the fire will be chasing them. And this ties into the three types of souls as well. Then Uppsala, Medina, Nasrallah, mata bisou, and Uppsala. wama. Right. These are all the

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same categories of the same thing.

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Go ahead. I

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burning in myself.

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Allah, huzzah.

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Neville, you want to translate for us? No.

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I get by. Allahu Akbar. Go ahead. Okay.

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Just one second sisters, can we please just keep the volume down a bit? Does that come up? And yeah.

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80,700 words for everyone, or just like the floor.

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also heard that

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it's only gonna be like,

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one page.

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The Day of Judgment, like leading up to the judgement is going to be a very long time for everyone. And the reason why that is because we have the Hadith, the prophet said, that they will come to each of the prophets and ask for shafa, right, like, you know, intercede for us so that the Day of Judgment can begin, then the father son will be given the shefa, where he will make subject to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And then the day of judgment will begin. So this shows that everyone is going to be waiting on that time. Now, it's going to be a long period of time, but how will we perceive it? That's the question. So the believers, there will be not too relaxed and calm, but compared to

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everyone else that will be relaxed and calm, if that makes sense. So there's a long period of time, but the perception will be longer for some people shorter for some people, even though it's a long period of time.

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It's gonna be a day that's

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Yes. That is the day of judgment did self

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love No.

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I didn't understand yours.

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What are the details of that along those best? Anyone else? I need? Go ahead.

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Yes, I spent the whole first halakha discussing that. So what I was saying was that that is not correct to do that is not the correct thing to do. that people should give sadaqa on behalf of the dead people, they can perform on behalf of the dead people. But in terms of reciting Quran for the dead people that's not something that this haba did. And that is something we should stay away from inshallah.

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I think we understood him also. Back home for example, the only suffering

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scene is very rating by many people have been afraid. If you steal something from me and he knows I'm gonna do a scene. Bla bla bla bla bla bla. And that's like, Subhan Allah is I'll give you an example of one country, when the person swears by Allah subhana wa Tada. He's going to be lying. But he swears by the life of the Prophet he tells the truth, lie in Allah. Go ahead.

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Lie so forgiving.

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The person is forgiveness, even though the person does not.

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But there's no seeking forgiveness on that day, right? Once the sun rises from the west, there's no repentance. So anything any forgiveness you want to seek has to be before that day. On that day, there will be no do good deeds.

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this year, so how

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can I get

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it worked out? Fantastic. Good question. So like I said, while we don't remember the details of that covenant, the remnants the delille of that covenant is still inside of us, which is the fitrah right?

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Each and every human being will recognize the fact that murdering is wrong, and you should not steal from other people. We all recognize these things, right? Each and every human being, as long as he has a connection with his fitrah he'll want to reconnect with the Creator, he will want to know why do I exist, right? So that is the the remnants of the delille of that covenant, the details of that covenant may not be remembered, but the the after effects of that covenant, each and every one of us know.

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And then add to that the external signs that Allah subhanaw taala sent, add to that the Koran Add to that the prophets that were sent, those are all multiple signs that are added to it, Allahu Allah, quite one criticism, or like a question that comes to mind about the Goddess is that this God is very angry, or very vengeful. And that whenever there's a description of them, and there's a lot of discretion about the type of job that will be given to people. And when you go through a harness, for example, when 99 out of the 100 people are doing for help, right, when people raise this question, what sort of a god is it was very merciful guide and all and condemning people with this

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sort of punishment, and that to move on such a large proportion? Fantastic. Very good question. So, one thing I always emphasize, when studying any text is approaching it holistically. You can take one idea or a set of ideas, or one Hadith or a set of a Hadith, and build a judgment based upon that alone. Everything has to be approached comprehensively and together. So now when someone says, you know, God is always angry, and God is not merciful, how would the statement of Allah subhanho wa Taala, that your statement of La Ilaha Illa, Allah will outweigh all the sins that you will commit? And how would the statement of the Messenger of Allah is set up that the prostitute that give water

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to the dog was forgiven? And how about the one that seeks forgiveness from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And he as long as he did not commit shit with Allah, even if he committed sins, the size of a mountain and the form on the ocean, he would forgive them. Everything has its context in place. So now let me ask you something specifically, why is Allah subhanaw taala so vivid in punishment, yet so passive in description of gender? And I partially answered this by saying that when it comes to gender, our minds will naturally wander. When it comes to pain, our minds don't want to think about it, it shuts off, right when if someone goes to extreme pain, they go through shock, it shuts the

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body off that as well as final data so vivid, because our minds want to shut off but Allah doesn't let it because it's one descriptive description after another that this is a reality wants to come. And even though you can't imagine it and you don't want to contemplate it, it's the reality so that's why I love puts it so vividly. Allah tala Allah, quite

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anyone would have had the hand up quite.

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Our punishment and rewarding.

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No, it starts from this dunya

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is different but in the Lord. But some people are dying, you know, the beginning of the work uncomfortable to die.

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Yeah. Getting punishment, not your

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anyone that's deserving of punishment, you will get it of course, some people's punishment is longer than others. Yes. But I'm saying at the end of it, those who are going to join them, right? And then their punishment, and Johanna was when they turned 80. And when you understand eternity, there's no such thing as infinity plus one or infinity minus one, infinity is infinity. So for some people, it may have started earlier, but it continues forever. Some people it may started later, but it still continues forever. So it comes down to the same thing at the end.

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Allah Allah, God

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created for change in Sun worship. Yes.

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Even sun

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Yes. So also like animals will be reserved for Day of Judgment.

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Some of that scholar this animal? Yes. As I mentioned, some of the scholar said that, but it's not a strong opinion. Yeah.

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Like the angels are already going to exist. worshiping, always worshiping him. Yes.

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Jen, right. The reason why he mentioned managin, is because those are the only ones that have accountability. All Weather creation don't have accountability.

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Animals call about animals intelligence. That is, why when did he talk about animals? Yeah, because some animals also go and right so I explained that in most of them the Hadith of the RAM, when two Rams catch each other, and one ram fell off, that even Allah subhanho wa Taala would have accountability for that. So they said that the way we understand this hadith is not that the animals themselves would be resurrected, but look at the fact that

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How miniscule the Horn of Iran is worth nothing. Yet even though let's try no doubt that would hold someone accountable for that, to show us that even the smallest deeds we will be held accountable for. So it's not 100 to be understood literally, that even animals will have judgment. Allah who Tanana last question

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you mentioned? Yeah.

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Georgia. Yes.

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So Allah hi new center. So how does this

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easy I could show you if you want

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to be would like to see that. But I am saying that look from from a religious perspective, the the instruments that are forbidden in Islam are an essential part properly, are those instruments that are created for the sole purpose of creating music. Now, particularly those issues that are created for the sole purpose of creating music, those sisters can please calm down, please quiet down, are those instruments that are based upon wind and string, right. So now understand the first part of the definition, it is sets its primary purposes for music. So for example, if I started hitting this table and start creating a beat, if I was talented, I could create a good beat with it. It's not

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with me, this is not created considered music. Why? Because the primary purpose of this table is not for the purpose of beat, right? When it could be used for that purpose. What is the primary purpose of a guitar? I could use it to hit someone with it, but the primary purpose is to play it right. So that's the primary purpose of that object. Number two, is what is this the sound that emanates from it? With this beat, it's it's a padding of an object with a guitar. It's a string that causes the sound with a flute, and violin, actually a flute and in the saxophone in those, it's the air that causes the sound. So those instruments that is how we define instruments and music and assume that

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the sound that comes out of those instruments in a rhythmic tone, that is what we call music. Now, what's happening in the masjid, is not that there is no evidence of a guitar or, or rhythm or anything like that. What there is evidence for is the beating of the Duff right. Now, that is called the exception to the rule that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in terms of wedding in terms of aid, in terms of Expedition, he allowed it. And that is the extreme.

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The exception to the rule. And that is why you find clear Hadith that talks about the prohibition of wind and stringed instruments, man as if that's what it means, right? When then stringed instruments, the Duff is not from that the Duff is equivalent of this table, right? Meaning that something that's round, and you can create a beat on it, but it doesn't have the the effect that a winning stringed instrument would. So that is what was taking place in the masjid

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distributed? Two reasons. One is

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number two is because the culture is a state of mind. That's what we assume the I love, the hardiness. That's what we assume. However, in the definition of a process,

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transparent, I mean,

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is using grooming and this is very profound.

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is the primary way, this is what I was talking about. Okay, I don't know anything about the second part about hypnosis, that's beyond my understanding and specialization. But what I can say is that, if Allah subhanaw taala made it the exception, there's a reason behind it as to what that reason is, Allah subhanaw taala knows best. But I want to bring back the discussion even further, or back a little bit, when he talks about endota hareem, or why something was prohibited. Sometimes Allah tells us, and it's very, very clear, right? Alcohol was made Haram, because you're intoxicated the mind very clear. Other things are not as explicit, right? They're not as clear. So scholars have

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made he had they've tried to deduce from their understanding of the mccarthys of the Sharia was something would be prohibited. Music is from the second category, we do not know the direct end of the terrain. So we can assume is because it derives distracts from the remembrance of Allah. But that's more of a result rather than the reason that a person that listens to music, the result of it is that he will be distract from the realms of Allah is not the allotted to him itself. So when it comes to the concept of regulatory moral reason, why something is prohibited. One should be very, very careful that either try to find a direct reason from the Quran.

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Or if you find a consensus amongst the scholars that this is what the reason is, we'll follow that. But other than that, leave it up to our own understanding of what allotted to him is is very dangerous. Allahu taala. We're going to conclude with that

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