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Quran Tafsir/Explanation – Juz Amma


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The speakers discuss various interpretations of words and phrases related to the Bible, including "bringing on" and "bringing on." They also touch on the importance of "monster" in marketing and media outlets and the use of "wedish" in relation to "wedish." They discuss the cultural significance of "monster" in English, with one speaker explaining that it refers to the physical appearance of a person. They also touch on the concept of "marvel" and its various interpretations, including its relation to behavior and events.

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after a long break for

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continuing our series, and we're up to Surah, number 95.

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The first thing I'd like to start with, as usual, is the connection between such a thing and the sewers that preceded it. So we understand its place in the discourse, that is to follow the discourse that preceded the previous message from a muscle that was given a promise, and there are three suitors that are bunched together. And in all three of them, there's a there's a connection in the Middle East, the last one in the city industry solutions, and then sort of late and then

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the forces that are connected to each other. In fact, we found a lost promise to his messengers on the level

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in which he's typing them, I personally use on the promise to his messengers,

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that the task may be difficult, but it will be easy meaning divine intervention of ease is going to occur in the work of the messengers.

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But we're going to find it this way is that all messengers were on this noble task. So the beginning bolts of this law are actually alluding to the legacies of previous one of the great profits and includes the messenger robot when we get to the Iowa head and whether they've been in the loop so the messenger will last a little while.

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But additionally, we are learning something new, not only will make your job easy, but additionally, human being the way he was created, he was qualified to do to begin with the human being is perfectly capable of doing his assignment. This is going to be the central idea of this

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very famous predicate. So also, and this is the central message of the soul, that Allah created human being in the best possible fashion and the most intelligent design. And he's capable for the task for which he was created in another place of what told us why he created so we may explain ourselves in worship. That's the purpose for which we were created. And here, remember that you were perfectly designed for it, we were perfectly designed for it. Here's another thing that you should note about the connection between the previous slide in this in the previous slides, actually, this begins from sort of jumps all the way to

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these four slides in one way or another talk about spirituality and the cleansing of the soul. And you know, in the beginning of the shelf in front of

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that statement occurred, that's of course, talking about this key and cleansing oneself we talked about that before, so to think is actually considered the snowball over you know, the

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Apple was

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the one who gave like duck walk and confirm that the most beautiful, beautiful fashion, who is this? Okay, so, first and foremost, all the above. So think of it this way, other than being a prophet, what's the highest spiritual state you can reach? This is a Sydney thing, right? A Sydney thing. And that's right. And we're talking about a Sydney and here but

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it was really the highest state of the mind what can be one of the probably the best example of a nonprofit, a non messenger who can reach this elevated state. But then there's another, there's a statement above that, of course, that is of the prophets themselves. So the next one, the suit, the actually the Ha, ha, and also are both dedicated to the elevated status of the Messenger of Allah. So we're going from, you know, high to higher highest is what's going on in these ones. But now all of a sudden, we're going to get to the lowest of the law, there's a contrast. So we're going to find this a lot from bamboo, as well as our opinion, we reduced it to the lowest of the low. So there is

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the potential of the human being to reach the highest heights. And that's illustrated

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consecutive solos. And now we're going to talk about the potentials that are the lowest to close, even though he was designed to reach those heights. It's not that it wasn't capable of that.

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He accepted. Even though that is the case, he reduces himself to the lowest of the low. We'll talk about that. So let's begin with this. Well, one of the other introductory comments that I want to make before you just mentally prepare you for the subject matter.

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In modern discourse, especially among non religious, even Muslims, there is this subconscious understanding that their religion does not deal with philosophical or complex or sophisticated issues. The body's simplistic and was talking to a bunch of Bedouin Arabs who weren't very complex. And we're thinking, we're living in modern, sophisticated times. And we need modern sophisticated philosophy and language in the world of psychology and anthropology and sociology and sophisticated things. But the religion speaks in very simplistic terms, it's speaking at a very low level. And this is actually this is not something new, this allegation was made hundreds of years ago, before

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religion in general. And the allegation was, well, Aristotle and Plato and these philosophers, they speak in very high terms. But you know, these Muslims, they have very linear straightforward kind of thinking, it's unimpressive. It's not complex enough, it's not abstract enough. So the idea was, and this actually some quote, unquote, Muslim philosophers adapted this idea that art is talking to the masses, not talking to the Masters, but it's real philosophical understanding is not actually there. It's a level above and that's what the philosophers, that's what the philosophy, right, so anything in our contemporary times, something of that idea remains in the mind of many Muslims, that really

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the religion has to do with sophistication. And we're gonna see a counter to that today, inshallah, tada, this is one of the most in depth

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insight into the human being and the inability of the human. So we begin with a series of books three is what to say to what receiving what happened.

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Before talked about the syllogism both before, and we learned that whenever a lead takes an oath, he is going to now give each other the customer what's called job, a person is going to respond to that. For example, in English, you don't say, I swear, and you stop there, I swear, you swear, I swear, I'm gonna kill you, as well pay you back something, you can add something at the end of that, right? That's called Java. So the first part of DVD was a to z CD.

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But then

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the next item is going to be the response to the Java class. And we also discussed before that the bows are always connected to the response of evil. So once we go through the meanings, and the interpretation of the odds, and we discussed in response to the author, it's our job to actually connected, you can study them one by one by one and move on until you understand that connection, you're not going to understand the rest of the discourse. And usually in the US that haven't gotten a response to the oath, that oath is responsible the central message of that so if you missed the whole thing, if you don't understand

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understand how everything in the entire discourse connects. So we'll begin with the first time we're dealing with a

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very simple transmission, I swear by the thing

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okay, I swear by the team, and as I do the receiving is a translation and I swear by mouth signer, okay, and by my assignment So figure out

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what I mean and this interesting city and this peaceful city also multiple meanings are possible here. Okay. Now if you're looking at a shallow level, thinking other food items,

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food items and Mount Sinai in this city or locations, so it seems like food items into locations keep this in the back of your mind because I discuss some of the the meanings and interpretations of these holes. Let's begin with the more complex one was a

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number of times, and it also gets its blessings. The thing is blessings have even been talked about in the sunlight in a Hadith of the prophets of Allah. For example, He said poo poo in fact,

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he said he did, you know, make a habit of eating it because if I was to say there is a fruit that belongs to China, it's this one because the fruits of generally don't have pits in the middle of seeds in their piglets. Okay. So that's why we actually even alluded to the fact that it's approved from some people that are into conjecture. And into a lot of I'll just say curious kind of took this a little far and they said as follows this theme is a fruit of done, okay. And gender has how many gates You know, it has eight days. It is right and so deep has a tie. Aha. Right. So that's how the

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Connect this is, you know, blah, blah, blah, this could be coincidence, that's not really a proper approach to see. But nonetheless, this these kinds of comments are also found in some segments of the feed anyhow. So it's a blessing thing, then, of course, because of the archetypical Prophet, it's considered a tree from Paradise tree.

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And then there was a debate,

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whether it was the thing, is he really talking about the theme? Or is he talking about a location that is known for things? Because in Arabic expression in Arabic, at

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times, you used to call a place by the team for which it was famous. Now, we don't do this in our times, you know, when you hope New York, the Big Apple will expect to buy big apples in the grocery store, right? It's not, there's no connection. But in Arabic, you know, this, by the

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way, the name of the company is why, because it's full of palm trees, it's full of it. So it's just called by that name itself, right? Similarly, when the word deed is used, and actually

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even cited some ancient poetry English, the word deed was used to refer to a location. Now what that location is, we'll talk about in a second, but once essentially say this is the thing itself, because of all of the vague, he talks about the legal blessing thing, and that's why I was swears by the thing. And the other group says, No, this is not actually the thickness is referring to the region in which the fake grows, in which the other two opinions about where the speaker owes. Some say it's actually multiple meanings. I'll say it's Syria, the mission, okay, some say Damascus, some say that it's southern Iraq, and a region where it used to be some say, this is a valley between the

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one this is a stronger of the things that I found at least, that there's a

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there's a, there's a valley between come down into the one, which has a lot of mountains. And in those mountains, there's a lot of growth of faith. And this series is important because you know about God, where the the ark of

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belongs in that region. So according to his interpretation, this is alluding to the region where the Ark of the ship, link. Okay. So that's one, these are multiple interpretations of just the word.

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Of course, then we find it's it being talked about in

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the next one. What to do, for example, says, get into how to the new quantum in shadow marketing, they do nothing to doubt the

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purity of the art and gives it an analogy, he talks about a land. And this land is filled with the oil on pure blessing tree, which is the tree.

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And it's not justified to the east nor the West, secure tree. So it's a symbol of purity, really, as a tool. Others argue and this is actually

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also who argued that, that as a tool is actually referring not just to the olund, but actually the mount of all the mountains, there's a mountain of things. And there's the mountain of politics, this is also a foodie, Tina, and truly, as a data, the tuning that he says these are actually he returned the mountain to fix a mountain of problems, but ignore that this is actually referring to much of salt.

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sense of the frame.

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So the idea is a team possibly referring to

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as they possibly referring to

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this is further corroborated in the Bible. If you go to some passages of the Bible, Jesus prayed on the mountain politics, okay, in and outside the freedom. Now we don't go to the Bible to confirm with a common sense, we don't go to the Bible for confirmation of what the Quran says. But the Koran confirms like the mind is losing the confirming position over what's going on in the confirming position. So there's no harm holding the People of the Book, unless you are going to them to confirm what you have. If you go to them to say, Oh, you know, what you guys said over here can be right, because we have the understanding, there's no harm in this because a lot of calls are

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confirmed right and the guardian of the truth that already came before and will suddenly find comfort confirming. So if we go to their book, and we find something that's already been confirmed in our system apart, so this is possible. And the reason the only reason I mentioned that biblical reference is because it already has this opinion all the time that we refer to them. Now, another couple of things about this, this series of words and just read some potassium and some extra

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rights. And number

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two, the two famous fruits but by the fruits, also their locations, this is also the economic jacket. So the idea that is a fruit is also in the first generation and the idea that eternal

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occasions is also in the first generation is not a later invention. Though later scholars in one way or the other this opinion already existed in the first generation, then we find

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the Masuda. batini was a to Gemini men and out

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at number two is a

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movement. It was a dude. He says, the intent by saying students at

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Roger are the two mountains from the Holy Land, meaning he says those who refer to Jerusalem. So we want opinion wise teen refers to that valley come down into line and know the other pianists teenager to combine refer to at least

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some argue that the reason even zaytuna combined is because some books have kids in them and the other 40 doesn't have a

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does thinking the opposite, right? So there's two different kinds of foods are alluded to what level Dada will come to the more important things as I go through this technical stuff a little bit later. And

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then finally, just

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one more comment just so you have an idea of what we're talking about. a lot. So he says.

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So he says all together, even though there are four things mentioned, there are three locations a teeny, was a two is one location within USA to August, there's no difference of opinion, Mount Sinai, in october two in

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there is no difference. And

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then finally,

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no difference between about that the only diverse opinions on the first iotv was that that's really where you find the differences. So having said all of this, I want to make a quick mention of the sequence. What's the benefit of seeing a theme First, let us say to them,

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what's the benefit of the sequence, the back of a team, the benefit of a team, he already said the Prophet said this is one of the fruits of gentlemen,

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this is as far as they do. And they do this for blessing because a lot of talks about it in a higher state,

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a lot gets it more elevation than the man talks about its purity and in our source of light etc. So second is more lesser than this, then you will be

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mentioned next, for receiving the location in which the Lord of the world spoke to a human being more blessing, even more blessed. And then finally, we find this interesting city in English, the house of a lot of the the source of a lot of worship has built the house look like the location where the final revelation to humanity came the most blessing. And where the final messenger to humanity was born some of the most pleasant so you're going what we say in Arabic, we have a limit of one from blessing to most blessing. That's the sequence here between 18 as they do.

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This is the benefit of this sequence. By the way, the opinion the feature location is also expressed in detail for your reference.

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Now let's talk a little bit about policing. abroad in Arabic, considered it's not an Arabic word, other say maybe Arabic or came into Arabic later on. Okay. Born in has been argued to mean a lush

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it's a lush full of trees, green kind of love, and the name of it the amount of Sydney, Sydney, but it will go on

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say now, which sounds closer to sign up, right? So we have seen and we have say that we have two different readings of the same location. What's the benefit of that? How can we have seen in other places sighs say that you see in the Hebrew language, both variations existed and were known among their stars. And this mountain in its name was not known among the Arabs, this messenger who is an Arab, who's an Arab, and according to their, you know, allegation against him, these will be he can even read. And he's telling them two different pronunciations of an exotic location according to their religion that is only known among their scholarly circles. And he says resigning.

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So the two variations dialectical variations of the name of that mountain and that series is actually been alluded to. And this is part of what what tells us that He will teach you what you couldn't possibly have known when you It

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teaches you what you couldn't possibly have known. And this these illusionary illusionary references to people of the book are all over the fine a level tellers, messenger some information that could only have been known, you could consider at the time classified kind of information, right? And he will just tell his messenger that

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and the people of knowledge will hear that and say,

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Where do you get that? And the only idea in their mind is maybe he's got some guidance from the people of the book and he gets it from him and that's how he's getting right this this idea was put into their mind. So we pass on to different people.

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That's actually a challenge. But he is in fact a messenger that it doesn't speak of knowledge that he has, but knowledge has been given to him.

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So this is a little bit about

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a few of the references, there are two benefits of knowing the word pool. First of all, it only occurs in the context of a nice way, essentially, only in the context of life. And it's usually two ways one is to honor it to others, for example, what

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we call him from the side up to to the far right, which is a reference to a new service around a law school. And of course, we find it so to call of duty work Italia masala swears by vanilla swearing by something, obviously, you know, has also been on one side, so about the old stand may or may not have come up before I don't talk about books quite a bit. It's a big subject.

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If you're actually African

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Indian scholar, wrote an 18 page booklet in Arabic and Iran.

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Wonderful. I heard it's been translated into English. It's a worthwhile read, if you can read Arabic. It's a very, very exhaustive research paper, it's probably the next best thing after the paper on ultimately, some scholar said when the law takes an oath, he's honoring whatever he took an oath while other scholars have no not at all.

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And then he is he is honoring those things. But it means more than that. So there's three camps. One group says whatever law swears by his honor, that's it. Another group says no, it's not honored at all. That's not the point. Not at all. And the middle group says it may be honored. But there's more to it. Now that people say it's not honor, what's their argument? What's their line of reasoning? They say, Well, when I when I swear by something, I always swear by something higher than myself. Okay, we're commanded to swear by a law for example, right? People will swear by their honor, their dignity, etc, except their parents. So when somebody takes an oath, they usually refer to something

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higher than themselves, so that they become more believable. That's the purpose of taking an oath. So why would a law who's the highest of the high take an oath by something, in order to elevate he's already the most elevated, there must be some other purpose. They say the argument is, he takes an oath. So that though, whatever he takes a quote by is used as an evidence for what is coming, or is furnished as a witness for what is coming. But the middle one says no luck created things and about 102. Like, for example,

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can get one or two things. That's because life is the most honorable doesn't mean that Allah does not honor other things, either. So there's that middle argument that I'm personally more inclined towards. It's not only that, whatever, unless race wise honor, and it's not only in

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the middle position, that's probably the safest position. In this study. What happened? I mean, beautiful words.

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And I swear by this interesting city, we know that but as opposed to Medina, and Arabic is a city that has defined borders, as being called an established city. And the use of that is actually fulfills the document

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uses the word, but it's actually reminding us that who wanted this to become a planet.

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Better than

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make this world fortified in a well defined city and destroyed filled every time a lot refers to the city he calls it, but but the question is, why not just say,

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right? Why not just say the name and

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one point to the city and give it an adjective? Not just

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me, you know, a few summers before for some months ago. We said

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we had them. But But not now. See, we haven't

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hit every fight. I mean, there's a very interesting relationship between this one that's coming a little bit later on. But for now, just understand the purpose of the word me in the Arabic language. I mean, was

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this very powerful? The word mean could be sourced in the word, Amanda, Amanda, which means the trust, and it can be sourced in the word, which means peace. If you make it if you take it from the word, Amanda, Amanda, there are two possible meanings here. This city is a trust to whoever lives in it. They are interested to live in it they have to abide by certain principles. Also, this is a city that is known for trusts, in other words, alive and trusted the house of life is a land trust to this final messenger in this city. A Land Trust is the final revelation interested in me who's also a mean to the man who was a surgical I mean, and he gave him the ultimate Amala into balance. Right.

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So all this interesting is taking place in this this is one meaning if you take it from the word

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Also my mood. I mean, what is implied in, if you take it from the meaning of eminent means the city is incredibly peaceful. And that's part on the one hand is the blessings of the city, on the other hand, is the miracle of the miracle of this means no matter how chaotic how crazy the Arabs were, how easily they would kill each other, over virtually nothing. Right? They were living like ultimate gangsters, right. They wouldn't turn into gangsters when they were in this, if somebody saw their father's killer at Aqaba, they wouldn't do they wouldn't, they would fall back. This is something a lot put inside the city and then other tribes who love looting and you know, attacking, they would

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never attack this. So this piece has been interesting. The other thing that's also implied by this is when somebody visits the city, automatically, they feel a sense of peace, what hasn't bothered me now go back to school to violence, and understand what I mean wasn't mentioned, you know, in the messenger was being attacked. So the amount of the subsidy was taken away. So the word mean wasn't appropriate, because there was no peace at that time for the messenger, someone,

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you know,

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is being attacked. So the wording very precisely chosen in the Koran. So what happened to me this interested, this peaceful or this, this city emerged in peace. And all of these things are beautifully intended. Now we come to the response of the love of insanity. So this is the meat of the soup. This is the heart of the soul. And before we get to it, one last introduct these are all introductory comments, we haven't connected anything yet. Okay?

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The introductory comment is the relationship between this sofa and sofa.

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We already kind of mentioned it a little bit, but they have a very deep connection, these two souls are very deep connection, they were suitable. Then there are four slides about the internal spiritual state of the human being, for some of the absolute number 9192 9394 for the less spiritual state of the and it climaxes with the spiritual state of the Prophet himself, so a lot of money.

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But before the seeds began, have sown number 19, Berlin, which is a surah, of the struggle of the human

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government, a very similar idea at the end in the 95th swamp. So the 19 Sora, force was in the middle and at the end again, phenomenal insanity.

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They're connected to each other. On the one hand, the human being is created in toil on the other in the best possible fashion, meaning is capable to engage in that he wasn't just putting that world in that labor, it doesn't even know how to do it or not capable of it, like letting us know yes, you are in toil, but you will design cable, the accent between right so the two things are connected. Look at the Oh, there are three over there three words that

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are also three is what he was into

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what happened, but I mean, they're mentioned here mentioned that there are lots of parallels between these two swords. Anyhow, the two more parallels. And when we actually get to the article.

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That actually the third one, the second one, I mentioned that when

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Allah says he didn't climb the upward incline,

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there was a call made for the human need to rise,

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but fails to rise. Where is he? He doesn't rise. He's down here.

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As well as his lowest of the low, right. So there was a call to rise. And if you don't rise, you're at the lowest of the low. That's in this village. There are lots of beautiful parallels between the discourse of the toothless now we get to the heart.

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I'm going to share this with you

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probably from a perspective that you may or may not have. I guess you may not have heard. The Quran deals with solutions to problems that exist today.

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And they'll go on is an answer to confusions that afflict people today. If you don't understand the confusions afflicting people today, you may not understand how to derive benefit from abroad. Knowing what has been said is important. But knowing how to imply apply it is equally important. What solutions does what problems is, this is all. If you don't know the problem, then you can benefit from the solution.

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I want to share with you in this regard a problem of humanity.

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Human beings. Nowadays, think of a secular person, not a religious person, not even a Muslim. But he's a thoughtful person. He's a philosophical person. He's an observant person, instead of you know, spending time watching movies, he spends his time watching the news, documentaries, reading books is well read sophisticated kind of person. This person probably ends up making two very powerful observations about humanity. And these are very common observation. One observation is about what's going on inside the human being and one observation is

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about what's going on in the actions of the human because one observation about the insight or observation about the outside, again, this observation is being made by an intellectual. Right? So

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the first observation he makes is this human being is no good.

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He's just a wretched creature. There is no such thing as goodness inside. And all there is is greed, hunger, and lust, everything he does, he does for these animal instincts. That's it. This morality, this goodness, this law, justice, all of this is because he has to function in society, not because he feels like himself, you give him a little bit of an opportunity. And you'll see what what I mean, on the inside, he's actually a wild animal. And the only thing keeping him tame is one or two. But there's really no goodness inside it is a very corrupt entity on the inside. My

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abnormal psychology professor used to be very bad, very, very bad. So I won't tell you exactly what he said. But he did say the human being is so flawed.

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human being is so fluid This was his look at the human being is so bloody, so disturbed, as a person is so far. Now, there's no need to reveal what is the real motive than what is the reason for which we do things, you know, the believer says, we do things for the sake of Paradise, etc, etc. Well, as a modern person says, I'm a secularist or an agnostic and says, an intellectual says, human being really only does things for maybe one of a few reasons. Number one, there's some

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so that you can get a job and you know, you

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do whatever you do in life and engage in business or whatever, because you got to feed yourself. That's one, go a little further, you know, in animals that we talk about self preservation. So he does that he does whatever actions to preserve and protect himself. Then, of course, Freud came along and said, No, it's, it's not just food.

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Actually, the core motive of the human being is sexuality. That's all he wants. He's got this urge inside him, it's over running everything. He actually defines all human thinking from sexuality. That's all he knows. That's what Freudian psychology is, essentially. And he's the father of psychology. Do you understand every single School of Psychology acronym, are each child of that original thinker, even though they've heard it from? It's so you know, this idea that the human being has no good insight in, you could say that Freud reached its climax, there's really no good insight. And he said something really grotesque, disgusting, which to us are disgusting. But if you

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if you leave the idea that it would be any good inside their understanding, he says, human beings, you know, the first time, even when the mother looks at her child is lost in law. It's subconsciously, whether the mother, there's less than mom, subconsciously, the only reason we're not pedophiles in this, society came in and corrected, or at least he was smart enough to define three different processes inside the gate, the Libya and the super ego, the divisions in human personality, they're defined, and he said, the highest world person and has an active super ego. But you know, for him with the super ego, and super ego, as the society says, something is bad,

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something is good, this human being listened to that. That's it, that's the best possible human being. He goes by the standards of society. In other words, it's not a goodness that came from inside of him. The goodness came from we're from society from the outside, right, because there's no inherent good inside of them at all. This is the first problem. This is the first observation, there's no good insight. Here's the second observation, that whenever the human being acts, the only thing keeping him from harming others is, you know, some external force. But if you take all the external forces away, and you give him complete control, he will oppress and kill and destroy, he's

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just going to do nothing but he will, he will do nothing good. If you give him complete control, he will do nothing when these and by the way, these observations as dirty as they sound, if you're just watching the news every day, if you're just watching the news, or if you're just studying human history, do you see these observations come true, that human beings are perverted, that human beings will do all kinds of atrocities against each other? This is human history. So now without any other higher divine teaching, you're just studying the human being and this is the only observation you reach that this is all there is to as human beings. Now, before I go further, I want you to

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understand something about the times in which we live.

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before modern times, there were three things that were the most important thing to think about things to think about in society. The first thing that was really important was God, not just in Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, whatever, God was very important in every society, okay. The second thing that was really important was the afterlife. So in every way, even if they wish you cool and they have some concept, I'm going to come back as whatever a tree a burden

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Whatever. But it was very important to them to believe that and to remind themselves of that, to remember God to remember the afterlife. And there was a third thing that was really, really important. I want you to remember these things there was God is the afterlife. And the third thing was the human soul. Okay, the soul of the human, he was very important. Spirituality was very important. This is true of Japanese culture and Chinese culture and Indonesian culture and pagan religion, and Islam too, right? Because those are deviations of Islam over time.

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Over time, they deviated but this idea of spirituality in virtually every religion. Now we come to modern times. And in modern times, there was a war against religion. Right? It was a war instrument. So yes, people believe in God, but God became not as important. Something else became more important as opposed to God, the universe, study the universe, study matter. God is out there, who knows, but the universe is right here. Let's study matter. That's the physics, chemistry, biology sciences. Let's study this stuff, because it's right here. Right. So there was a shift from the study of the Divine to the study of the material universe, that was the first and there was another, there was a

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shift, instead of worrying about the next slide, I don't know if it's gonna come or not which live should be worried about this, all of our studies, all of our research, all of our endeavors, engrossed in making this life better and better and better. There used to be talking about making your next life better, right? People used to talk about that at lunch. But now what I've been talking about making wish like better this, there was a, there was a shift in thought, then the third shift, very dissonant. The third shift is what this was about. The emphasis used to be on the soul.

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It changed to an emphasis on the body.

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Because the human being is made up of two things, right? The body and the soul. Well, the soul I don't know what's there is there or not? How can we scientifically calculated can can be seen, what I do see is the body so when we study the human being before this postmodern society, we study the soul. But after what do we study, the body psychology, sociology, you know, even in medicine, etc, etc, the human being has been dissected in 100 different ways, all from the perspective of body, but the human being isn't just the bodies. There's a body to us. And there's also a soul. And what made us the best possible

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it was just a soil that electric, electric, angels mix it up to this piece of soil, or unless

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I bought into it, then you fall into what gave me the honor.

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So that which gave the human being honor is no longer no longer a concern. And that which makes him no different than another animal. Is that a concern? Our concern was to him now you will understand perfectly natural comes along another intellectual by the name of Darwin, and says, We are nothing more than evolved.

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This body is just a more sophisticated version of a monkey. That's all it is. There's a donkey and then the more evolved thing is a horse. Right? So all we are worse at a better design looking 2.0. Right? That's all we know. That's all we are thinking about an animal. What are the things that it wants to feed its stomach, it wants to fulfill its last he wants to protect itself, right? It wants to be the leader of the tribe, the herd, you know, this clash between two lines, right? It has herd mentality preservation of the soul. Darwin says, Hey, we want all these.

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Freud comes along and said, Yeah, exactly. These two things kind of merge. And not all the human being is is just a sophisticated animal, nothing more. Nothing. And do animals have morality? Do animals have lighting? All animals have a sense of justice, all these things are not an animal. So they're not really in us to? It's just, we're just a higher, you know, more advanced feature. But the thing that gave us honor is

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the thing that he was moralities removed, which is why when you go to a philosophy class in college, a professor will tell you morality is relative. It depends. There's no such thing as absolute morality. This all manmade stuff. There's no you know, even religions, religions are studied as Heritage's. Oh, you're from Islam, very interesting culture, you guys, we are fasting this month, right? That's really cool. That must be so good for your diet, etc, etc. They're talking to you about your religion, as well as an interesting, you know, you know, heritage, it's an interesting culture, we should make a documentary about it on PBS, just like they make a documentary about wild

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animals in the safari jungle, we should make a documentary about Hindus and Buddhists and Muslims. So the idea that this religion is the truth is God, it's just a hereditary thing. It's just a cultural thing. And it's been reduced to that. And sometimes Muslims may play into it and say, yeah, we are really interesting. And it's really good for our data to the idea that this is the truth. This is not just another culture sitting among many other cultures. This is something

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far more powerful. That idea.

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But anyway, coming back to this

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one and the reason I mentioned all of this, in the human being study, the way we study human beings today is more sophisticated than we've ever studied. We know more about the human brain, we know more about human behavior, we know more about the human, you know, all these systems, the digestive, the cardiovascular, all this stuff. We know more about this today than ever before. And interestingly enough, we are more ignorant about what we really are than ever before. At the same time, we reach that, that oxymoron stage. And you know, what's interesting elections and whatnot.

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Don't become like those forgotten. But remember, the concern used to be God, what the concern become, as opposed to God, the universe, as opposed to the next life? Why this life as opposed to the soul? What, but what are these three? What are these three things have in common? They're all in the unseen. So from the unseen, the focus from the unseen to the scene, so you forgot, what was the consequence, for example, and you forgot about what made you what made them forget their own selves, don't become like those who forgot a lot because Allah made them forget their own selves, they forgot that I had honored them, they forgot that we have inside of them all day long, they look at

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themselves, all they see is what

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they don't see. They forgot themselves. It's such a profound reality. Now you will understand this idea that we're about to study.

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But one more common, modern confusion before we get to the very important, McDougal of modern psychologists actually denies that human being has free will. In modern psychology, there's a denial of freewill half, he says you're made up of your genes.

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You're a product of genetics, you're a product of heredity. And second multiplied by your society.

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There are two influences on you, if you're a student of psychology, even if you took psychology one on one, you know this, there's nature and nurture, right? He says you're already pre programmed. And on top of that, there's your environment, what you do, you actually have no choice in the matter. This is just a product of what your situation is. This is actually even used in defense and criminal law. somebody steals and gets caught late comes from a company because he didn't have any other situation, the environment and as such, he didn't have a choice. Right? Or he has certain hormones in his body, certain chemicals are more in his genes than others. That's why it's okay for him to

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Right for him to beat up his wife or whatever. Right? So he will deny that. So first, it took away the honor from the human being and morality from the human being. And now

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we're just acting like machines, what are you You're just a bunch of chromosomes and genes walking around. That's all you are. You're nothing more, just another machine. There's nothing more to you than that. Now look at the response in the Alexa phenomenon in silence the

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word by word by word, love for emphasis, love. And emphasis is used when you don't believe something. What I was about to say you don't believe you have an eternal life. So love feels the need to say that. For sure. God already the word God is important. This honoring of the human being isn't something he earned later on. He was given it before he even got here.

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Already honored the human being before he was even put in the womb of his mother. A lot created the soul of the human being what

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he already ordered this and

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then it says, na vi create, align himself mentioned we created even to say that human being is the best possible fashion, we created the human being. So don't think genetics and heredity and these are the factors that come in company design, the human being who's actually the designer, who's the actual agent at work in designing this is incredible to me, it is a lifestyle we created. And it's an interesting word. And it's sad because it also comes from the word Messier to forget. Right? So this forgetful creature.

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But then he says we act when we created the human being held fee. In accent, the accent comes from pushing.

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And pushing means beauty. We'll talk about that a little bit. But it's gone.

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All the time.

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Alright, so

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in this accent?

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reasons, number one, would you agree Oh my God. Now, demand really often. Demand is used for something that's beautiful to look at. same word in Arabic.

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Connecting, but accent is beautiful both on the outside and on the inside literal and figurative.

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Abstract both. So what can you do in the best possible and then the word queen. The Queen comes from karma originally to stand, the dream is to make something stand upright. Obama is used also for a sphere, you know, spirits bent in battle, when you make it perfectly straight A one, two, I made it perfectly straight. Okay, now it

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means to take multiple components and to balance them together. So they're perfectly straight. It also means to design something perfectly for the purpose for which you were wanting to make it. So the car is designed for driving. But if you make the perfect car, this is the cream of the car. You perfectly design everything is perfectly placed. Okay? Probably not a general, but I'm just kidding. But anyway, so actually complete in the best possible fashion, everything was the word that is included in the balance. Now understand what I said already human beings are made up of two parts, the body and the soul. And unless and I predict you could be in the best possible fashion, the best

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possible balance. There are different entities inside that you would be like there are different body parts inside the human being physically Also, we're the only ones who walk upright like this. And morally also, were the only ones who walk upright. Morally also we walk up, right, we look forward, right? We have been given something no other creature has been given. So now

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this is the response, a large response to the allegation against the denial of the human beings are not only that the human being ended up forgetting a lot, they ended up forgetting in disgracing your own cells. And that's a natural consequence. When you forget a lot. They will be things they're gonna forget a lot for their own self. Allah teaches that

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they're gonna forget their own selves. And this is a state in which modern society there's no religion corrupting the minds of the people. Religion is the opiate of the masses, right? There's no religion corrupting the minds of people. And yet the suicide rate is the highest ever in history.

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The amount of heinous crimes highest ever in history, the amount of people you know, children have crimes against children highest ever in history, strange, demented kinds of crimes, highest ever in history. Why? Because the human being denied himself is the granting robotic in

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this, how is it connected to what he was a to what already seen? What happened?

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All of that I didn't connect them. I explained to you when he was a totally

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separate thing. We started talking about the Bible.

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But we didn't connect the two. And this is Java. This is the response to the oath, and the oath is always a response or connected to the response to the developer. So what is the connection?

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Ally's origin is telling us

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the events of their life and if you take the other interpretation even know

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these people look like they are proofs that the human being was created in the best possible fashion. Are they not evidence? What motivation was the data? Was it the stomach they were running? Was it well? Was it self aggrandizement? That they want people to appreciate it? Was that what they were running out? Lewiston either, like? What do you find? Are they not to prove that Elon created the human being above an animal? Something very high, and the highest examples are the universal? So what

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his opinion I sort of inclined towards in this matter, we

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argued as follows. He said a theme, the value between 101 referring to mount Judy, no headaches as they do and measure the upside. This is a bullish name. It's obvious who is that the downside? This is what I mean. And this peaceful interesting city is possible. Last question, how many messengers now for how many utilize five was missing? We got no we got Isa

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was missing.

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But this city, this interesting city, who installed the city who inaugurated the city who built the house that was interested in the city, all of them are the five greatest examples of human beings. And then unless there's we created the human being in the best possible fashion already, and the proof is in history. The proof is in the lives of these problems, the response to the allegations against the human being himself and his own nature. The response to that is in the legacies of these people that took on this bullet food, want to know what the upright the balanced human being is, you know, a psychologist should know what you know what the good, balanced personality is steady these

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balance personalities. These are the balanced

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Since probably

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the accident, some a little bit about the word Halak na as opposed to call upon a few things. alaris origin says, Now we create, he doesn't say he created, he created he could have said he created by the way, we will still understand it's a lot. What's the difference between saying he created and weekly, he created his battery in his car, we created his close allies, illustrating his closeness when he created also be in our illustrates power and illustrates absolute control. These are the contexts in which we is used. For example, water is something that has absolute absolute control over he usually refers to water, he says,

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okay, and

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we sat down from the sky. So by taking full control and illustrating His Majesty and how he created the human being, the only thing I want to share with you is the difference between active and passive.

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In the active form, we say he created in the passive form, we say, he created the human being,

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he created in the passive form, we say, the human being was created.

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In the forearm, we find ourselves we honored the center, we created him or I created him with both my hands.

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It all okay, we find other places for example, women.

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And from recreate all active so far, we created a nation that would guide but the truth

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we created for them, we delegate this next time, we're fully inside,

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the human being was created

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me say recreated the human beat me, he says, The human being wants to be recorded in our culture. And so, when he said the human being was created in the best possible fashion, he mentioned himself, when he mentioned the human beings weakness, the dimension himself, of his name does not deserve to be mentioned next to weakness, and the weakness of the human being is an awful

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lot of us. That's He is the one who becomes

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so politically charged. And then he says, politically,

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the human being was created with an urge to rush was created. It didn't say I would create a human being it wouldn't. He was created that way, inappropriate dimension rushing and weakness. Next one was, so the ways

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that we find it that inside of

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the human being no doubt, he was created this this anxious, US created, he was created like a lot as I mentioned his name. But the question arises the next time Allah says, Now

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the next is Summa.

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Then we lowered we rejected him and lowered him to the lowest of the low, isn't this negative? This is negative, right lowering to the lowest Look, why did he mention himself next. And I haven't gone through every single bit of the the idea. But before we do just this one point. So you understand why the V is used, in order to know when to give you an example.

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I trained a student

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he was a failure.

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If I say that I train the student, he was a failure, or I raised a boy.

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He was a criminal.

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Right? What does that allude to? It alludes to the fact that I wasn't very good at racing.

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Or I wasn't really good at training the student because I trained him and what happened?

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He feel similarly I i manufactured a table. It was broken into me. What does that illustrate that I wasn't very good at manufacturing, unless I recreated the human being in the best possible fashion. If the next I said he was reduced to the lowest of the low, where's the best possible fashion?

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You understand? He says we reduced him to the lowest of the low, we created implied but when he wasn't ready, we ourselves removed from that position. No other external force removed. So much authority because if you make the passive here, there's an implication of something being taken pretty incorrectly. That application has been protected. It's not been mentioned by

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mentioning the sales module.

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Now let's talk a little bit word by word about this very, very powerful.

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Meaning that

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there is a group of moving soon that said that the meaning of being reduced to the lowest of the low is reaching the oldest age, which is called age. In other words, it is

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The exam even explained this, they said, you know, in old age, an animal is still good for work, an old dog, you can still put stuff on it until he dies, it can work. But a man, when he gets older becomes useless. He's a burden on people around him. And he can't even take care of himself. Animals can do that till the day they die. Right? So if animals alone, he's even lower than that. So that's how they explain the other side, what they're

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what they're, they're hungry.

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This is, this is the weakness of those who used to be strong outside and on the inside and the loss of intellect and memory and things like that. But if you look at the context, other professionals commented, if you look at the context of the context of the survey is not the physical creation of the human being.

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It's the moral is the ethical ethic, the soul is what made him so high, right? So it doesn't make sense to mention the low and weakness of the body. What is the weakness now spiritual weakness, ethical moral weakness that's being talked about. And this lowest of the low is very, very powerful language. Let's take a bit by bit, the first word of filma, which we'll come to formatting, we'll start with the numbers in Arabic, can be translated to return to reject the Lord. Somebody gave you something you didn't accept. Okay? we rejected him and Lord, that's the end, okay. Now, in Arabic to reject can also be applied. To change something who completely could be sarafa to turn something

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away, one time to turn one's face

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slightly towards me for words returning this one word, what does it mean? Or what it means to reject something based on the fact that it's unacceptable. That's what it means.

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means a lot of rejected the human being because he himself became unexcelled, he did something unexpected.

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Allah created him in the best possible fashion. And then he did something that made him basically lose that license. And as a result, Allah rejected and once he rejected him, where did he end up?

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As philosophy now a spell means the Lord's in the Arabic language, the word masculine and Allah our entities are the highest part of something as the lowest part of the Hadith of the Prophet says I'm obsessed with

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the higher hand, the higher hand is better than the lower hand mean the hand that gives is better than the hand that takes so be the one that gives Don't be the one that takes that's the same using the same word into the Toba, we find vagina candy method, Latina Casasola, la de la jolla. So mommy made the word of those who disbelieve the lowest, and the word of a lie is meant to be supreme anyway, it is, in fact, the highest. Right? Now this word is used in Arabic in interesting way as if land is used for low or wretched people, dirty people, nasty people, people you don't want to associate with, you know, I don't mean lower class economically. But I mean, lower class socially,

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like morally, these are not the kind of people the riffraff, you don't want to be around their language, their demeanor, their morals, you don't want to be around them. This is a Sofia, in Arabic, alleges he reduced him to the lowest of the lowest soften By the way, this is the lowest stopping means something that is low, but the basic basis of its status, its position is dignity. It's meant to be lower in theory, it's meant to be lowered fear. Now, we know that luxury to the human be above everything else.

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So much so that even angels had to do such, Allah himself says, Well,

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we honored this, he said, We gave him or we gave him power over the land and in the sea. He says everything on the earth was created for you.

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Everything on the earth was created for you, nothing of the Gemini, everything, whatever is on the earth altogether was made for you. So who's higher on the earth, the human being and everything else is lower than the cat, the dog, the car, in the building, everything is beneath us, everything is at our service on this earth. So these things are low and

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high. Now unless as we made him, because it is unacceptable behavior, we made him What? The lowest of the low. So the human being became even lower than the things that he was designed, higher. Now how does this work? We were supposed to worship Allah. When somebody gets rejected when they worship other than Allah, they worship a tree, they worship the song, they worship a rock, whatever they worship aren't those things lower than themselves. They become the bring themselves more than something that is meant to be well. They become as well as I believe in their behaviors.

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They lower themselves before that which is inherently low. That's how they reduce themselves. Another meaning of Western medicine I believe is very powerful, is that animals and we talk

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About how you know modern clock has made reduced human beings to animals, Irish that much was true. It's got even worse. It's got even worse animal. What does an animal strike? What does an animal attack if it's scared? If it's hungry, right? You know, I was watching a documentary the sharks, they feed them, feed them feed me they're full, they can swim excellent.

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Then watch why.

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But this human being when he gets really low,

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then even animals don't strike when their stomach is full. But the human being will continue to run and continue to steal and continue to kill, the animal will stop attacking and the danger is over. But this human being will continue to attack and continue to kill. And the animal the animals will not ever do things that the human beings will you will see them do.

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You will see them kill children, you will see them engage in genocide, you will see them engage in rific horrific acts that you can never imagine. You cannot.

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You cannot imagine those things. So if the animals are low, what is the human being now the

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lowest of the low, the lowest?

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Then a lot of us humans, no, this is actually talking about the Hellfire, that if Allah had honored the human being, and he still wasn't able to live up to this, this other than Allah gave him that he should be reduced to the lowest pits of the Hellfire, like Allah says about the hypocrites. meramec is founded in

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the darkness.

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No doubt the hypocrites will be the lowest of the hellfire.

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Then, by the way, this being even worse than animals of cursing suits without.

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They're like cattle, they're even worse than cattle. They're not even

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better than that.

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These very powerful, powerful statements.

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Now let's look at

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the first word that I was holding back from soon.

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Somebody used to put gap between things. So much used to put gap between Allah didn't say a lot, I mean, all of a sudden he reduced. So my means there was a long time in between those two submitters to me when I first created the human being in the realm of the souls, like in the 100, and 72nd is at that time, they were honored. And when they came to the earth, they were lowered. Others interpret the note when the when human beings came out of the belly of their mother, they were pure poo molded into the

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pre pre pre testing, or pre programmed decency.

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That was when they were high. But when they became older, for about who you have with me, he was the magician, he made him juice, Christian magic, magic, whatever. And he lowered himself. Others say no, when the before that, when the message first came to him this talking about the hypocrites. Now, when the message first came to him, he was upright when he started getting tested on it, lowest of the low, but there was a time in between. and the thumbnail also illustrates like gives you time, there's he won't just punish you just like that. It'll give you an opportunity to speak to rise back up and that mercy of allies capturing the word.

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But then the last thing I want to share with you in this context, in regards to this nebulous rpd how do we reconcile this with other ions?

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On the one hand, we, you know, Allah says, we created the human being in the best possible action. Then he says, The human being was created weak, the human being was created with an urge to rush, the human being is full of despair. How do I write

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all these problems of human beings weakness is flawed in so many ways. And on the other hand, is such a great creation, how can you be both at the same time? How many components of the human being

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when they are in balance isn't the best possible creation? When you deny one of them, what happens? The weakness, the weakness arises, the desperation writes, the despair comes out all the flaws of the human being manifest, when this accident in which Allah created you, you start losing sight, and you don't address that need of the human being. That's when all these problems occur. So

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now we get to the conclusion of the slot. The last tip

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In the beginning, I said, a modern person who's not very religious makes two observations about people. When he looks at the world around you makes two observations. One is no goodness inside.

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There's only motivations or animal motivations. The second observation was on the outside, his behavior is always corrupt, given the opportunity, he will do the wrong thing. And they'll cite like, you know what happened after Katrina? Or what happened after an earthquake. People are looting stores and all kinds of stuff. The moment you give them an opportunity they turn into wild animals delivered right to answer

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is no good inside. And given the opportunity, there is no word outside. You know,

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what is the remedy to that there are two problems right inside.

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Look at the side, the inside problem is solved.

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With the exception of goes

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inside, and what's the remedy on the outside

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and the activities.

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Now, when human beings act, when human beings act, they want some reward. They want something. That's why we act, we act because we're running out, you get up early to go to work because you want to get paid. You go and study for colleges, you want to graduate, we act because we want our wants our inside our behavior is outside our walls will be cleansed if we have what email, and when he clicks on the outside our behavior. So the number one, I mean, the credible remedy been given to us. And by the way, is the lowest of the low, right. And he wants to come out of that so as to climb up remember what somebody has a relationship with.

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And there was a call to climb up a high mountain by Dr. Herman aka, he didn't he refused to cry, climb up the high mount. Right. So you hear you're really low, you better get up there. And what's the way up?

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This is the way now this is actually the first part, the full explanation of what I'm going to study hard we'll come into class where it's fully opened up in the living room

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with a loss of income for the loss of a sub, that's a full explanation. Here's being alluded to, it's like the seed here and they'll bloom into a flower there. But it's coming a little bit later on in 235

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fellow who

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then the the it is only the that have adjusted the pay or reconnects for reward is given to you after you put some working. Now the work was on the inside and on the outside the working side was robbing reviving the demand and the work outside was doing good things that we can sell things that correct.

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They have only they have an agenda.

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That is not going to be now the word low noon is common in Arabic nowadays. Okay.

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Moon comes from the word many, many things it means cut also means favorite, two different things. For example, if this word came up before it sort of chip up also in the Arabic language, and Moneygall and Manila was about the

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cloud of dust in the desert.

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When it's so thick, that you can't even see the other side. It cuts your view off, it's called an many's in because it's cutting off to the other meaning is the implication of it here is number one, they will have a reward that will never be caught,

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they will have a reward that will never become the benefit of knowing this is their deeds are not endless, the deeds are temporary, but the rewards are and everything else will be worked for the deeds are temporary and the rewards are also temporary. So you have to go back and do more and then get more and then do more and then get more and do more and get more but now you are getting to stop the rat race, you just do this and then you have endless

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the other word the word commune is that which will not be imposed as a favor, meaning a level of gain a level of give and ask nothing in return.

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They will have done their part in the Medina

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will have been their part.

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Another really beautiful comment, comment I found that really, really beautiful.

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Basically, we have to climb a mountain. The imagery wasn't so bad, right? We have to

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either you will find it in this life, or you will climb it in the next one in this life.

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In the next slide, for example allies that we just mentioned. So

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he has to climb up in the Hellfire and Hellfire when he has to climb up a mountain constantly. Either you're going to climb in this life out of the lows, or you're going to be stuck climbing forever. In the next life we allow ourselves to make use of those who rise out of the lowest

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Now, if you want to really understand the placement of this is so amazing, so amazing. So far the discussion has been on what the human being is capable of what the human being really is, is not an animal is more if you have come to the realization that the human being is more than medicine and diet and exercise and car and outs the needs of the body. That's one thing but have you not realized another need to to to realize that there's another meeting

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So after you come to this conclusion, what is going to take you away? What is going to lie against me? Now let's

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interpret it in two ways. We'll look at both the word my Arabic here, by the way, then meaning all this argument, haven't you then realized that as a consequence, now the word Mark could be malice, Leah, and mammal soon. And there's two grammatical terms in Arabic, okay? And to put them simply, I'll just translate two different ways. The word mad could be referring to what? Okay, that's one interpretation. The word man could also be referring to what kind of person

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two meanings, what and what kind of person?

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In other words, may the meaning of

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let's look at the Meaning what? What will make you lie again? What will make you lie against the?

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What will make you make allegations against the religion? After all of this? What is it that is so powerful that still makes you criticize the religion and make lies against? And what am I saying by the word that leave that leave means you actually know it's true, but you're lying against it anyway. That's what the word technique means, you know, someone's true, but you're accusing them of being a liar. And in this case, the victim is the de ser reminding us the religion. And the only reason you're lying against it is because you know, it's true, and you don't want to accept it. So the only way you can live with yourself as you criticize the religion itself. People do this all the

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time, by the way. People don't want to follow the religion. But they don't want to tell you that they are not a good person. I don't follow the religion so you know what their escape is. Maybe if I criticize their religion, and show people how illogical it is, then I won't feel so bad.

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So the real reason they're poking holes and why this is why these cubbies why this why that the real reason is they don't want to follow not that they have intellectual curiosity. It's not intellectual curiosity, this is take the family

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What is it then that is going to make you like into the meaning Are you that?

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Does that still only thing that could be the Bataan Death March the earth, you know, the urge to dominate over others, these are the things that these are so powerful in you that you want to deny your role entirely. And you lie against the other meaning of bias.

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And the guy

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who loves the love, and the meaning would then be different. The way it would work is

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then what kind of First Person will lie against you in regards to the what kind of person would it have to be to lie against you?

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To live and study, in fact, it can only be the lowest of the low.

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That's the only kind of person who could lie against you. Yes.

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So this isn't a direct slap across the face of Abu Jahan.

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Right, this is absurd across the face. Firstly, we're called as far as happy. Now what kind of person could reject you? The only people left are as well as they're being humiliated by these words. And

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then there's the word Dean, not just

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how, what will what kind of person will lie against you in regards to the afterlife, or being paid? Or?

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Wait a minute in the previous IRA? Why the word theme? Where did the surah begin? a reference to the messengers, what did the messengers bring? The it's complementing what came in the beginning, the word demon, there's another benefit of the word theme. The word even Arabic means judgment, and means precise judgment. And it has two implications in this world in

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this world, and then if you say, payback jezza Where does this take place?

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The payback is in the next one. But if you say, Dean, that it encompasses the teachings and the principles and the motives in this world, and in the next one, so the most comprehensive word is used, because the messengers rockettheme teachings for this life, and peace to save yourself in the next one.

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Both of them are covered. So this is the most comprehensive term is used here.

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Now, finally, alera xojo concludes and as a lot will be accurate. I mean, this is a marvel of

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beauty and speech this last time. It's a rhetorical question when the messenger used to use a lot more and he was, he used to say, Sukarno, Allah wa better and

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he used to say how perfect You are a lot. Of course, you are the wisest of the wives of the ultimate of the rulers. That's rough translation. And I am of all the witness to that fact. I am a witness to them. So you would respond in this ally even to this, but I want to share with you this the wording it somehow isn't a law isn't about the way the way this question is asked, is actually when and by the way the question is asked is to poke at someone who is ungrateful.

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did not take care of me

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was that we did not take

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Right? Didn't I do this for you I love. The way this is structured is to really scold someone who is so ungrateful that they have to be reminded of something so obvious. How dare they forget? Isn't a law the ultimate ruler of all corners? Did you forget? Did you forget who created you in the best possible fashion? Have you forgotten? Have you forgotten that ally is the one who either afford you or punish you? Have you forgotten? Now, the marble that I was talking about isn't the word African and hacking

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comes from the word Hitman in what

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wisdom also comes from the word Coco. Coco means about judgment, judgment rulership. So the word African could mean the wisest. And outcome could also be the most appropriate ruler, the most justified ruler, the word hackie mean, at the end could mean rulers It could also mean wise.

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Which means they're actually forced into one. That's the marvel of this. There are four statements in what are we the Arabic wants to

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play a general, General karate man

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with the hammer morada, we're here.

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He could be the wisest of the wise, those who is most among them in with wisdom, of

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the most rightful judge among all those who claim to have wisdom.

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So the first one is the wisest of the wise, the vet, the second one is the best judge among the wise, okay, is the third.

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And the most appropriate Judge of all judges, the most appropriate ruler of all times, and then finally, what not and the wisest of all rulers, or applications, the wisest and

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the wisest of the wise, the most appropriate judging among the lines, those are the most appropriate judgment with all judges, and then the most wise of all judges for applications of one state.

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And this teaches us something very powerful about the beginning of this, you know, the beginning of the school, I made reference to the messengers and their their legacies, their legacies,

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but that that legacy wise, they have I gave them two things, I gave them wisdom that was revealed, and Allah gave them instructions, judgment, the less judgments was revealed to things, and afterwards hakobyan contained two things. What are the laws wisdom and judgment just like the dean essentially believes two things its wisdom and a lot of judgment. That's what those two things are. So the beginning and the ending are complementing each other. here another thing that should not pass our notice, in the middle of the slide, we read up now he created the human

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but here we say La salado, not unless

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I wasn't saying, aren't we the best possible, he says isn't a lot. So it went from first person recreated to third person isn't a lot, that's third person. And the third person is used in the case of judgment, because a judge has to be impartial and distance from those regions. This is part of the wisdom of the eye. That you know, when a judge he cannot show closeness to the when he passes judgment on he has to distance himself because justice comes first. Okay, so this is one of the final benefits.

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The wording of the idea. I want to give you an overview of the logical disorder, and then we're done each other.

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A lot begins by the mention and the legacies of four most noble messengers. Then he says he created the human being in the best possible most intricate design balanced fashion. What is the proof of that?

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Now, if those were the four, you know, those lessons are five, even if they were the best of the best, then whoever would reject them would have to be what

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the worst of the worst, the next is some other data novel.

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But not everybody rejected.

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So first, the best of the best than the worst of the worst, then who is going to be exception from the worst of the worst in blended data.

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And then finally, now that you understand this, what is left for you to reject this Informatica?

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I got the last comment about this. This wonderful, wonderful sort of theme is in regards to just our connection with this is basically telling us that we have a higher purpose in life. We're more than animals, even as Muslims, sometimes we wear the garb of Islam but on the inside

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There's still an ad.

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Right? On the inside, there's just bottom. There's just you want to fill your belly, and you want to fulfill your desires. And that's it. There's nothing else what was cleansed first, even the Nina Avenue, what I would have

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imagined is were inside. And then righteous deeds are on the outs, too. And I was trying to talk about this in the gym, aka, the mini coop, I don't know if I came across clearly enough or not. But essentially, there are two kinds of problems within Muslims. You have a Muslim who's good on the inside, but pretty bad on the outside.

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Then you have a Muslim is really good on the outside. But it's built on the inside. And nobody knows that except himself. Nobody knows that except you can look the most religious you could dress the most religious, you could talk to most religious, you could have the most religious knowledge. That doesn't mean you're clean on the inside. That's all on the outside. That's all on the outside. Don't be reduced. Don't think that you're higher up there. But you've already been reduced to the lowest level is a very serious warning for people of knowledge. that whoever seeks knowledge who you know, may Allah protect, you know, our scholars, mountains daddies, especially when the people who worship

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and people appreciate them and disguise at the machine all the time, or does this without any other brothers sisters so good. What happens is sometimes the outside is very good. And the inside is just disgusting and very, incredibly harmful. That balance is lost. And the school is entirely about that. That's what the school is about. realize, oh, Jamaica, so people of balance, realize, Oh, just give us a love and respect for his messengers. It was awful Sarah, and his name Alonzo to make us appreciate the beauty and majesty of his book. So kind of a lot more behind the shadow and that has to do with it.