A Deeper Look – Surah Adh-Dhariyat – A Divine Display Of Power

Nouman Ali Khan

Date:

Channel: Nouman Ali Khan

Series:

File Size: 4.81MB

Share Page

Related

AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the concept of "winning" and the risk of "winning" when faced with extreme weather conditions. They also mention the potential danger of "winning" when faced with extreme weather conditions and the importance of understanding the potential consequences of "winning." The speaker invites viewers to join a study of the Quran in depth.
AI: Transcript ©
00:00:03--> 00:00:05

Hola ver compares wins to horses,

00:00:06--> 00:00:20

horses, wild horses, wild horses, the back of the main of the horse is called the road. Okay? Well more salah the road fire means the back of the wild horse that has been let go.

00:00:21--> 00:00:41

The back of the wild horse, he swears by the back of the wild horse that has been let go. Now imagine when you're trying to tame a wild horse. You don't have it's not saddled, there's no rope on it, the only thing you can grab is what the mean the back of its neck, and you let go of it. If you let go of it, what's it gonna do?

00:00:42--> 00:01:12

It's gonna run wild, it's gonna go as fast as it possibly can, it wants you off its back philosopher T Asfa, then the mu C, the FDA, which means is still talking about the same horse, right? They move in a way that doesn't take anything into consideration. If there's a child in front of that horse, it's going to run over the child. If there's a fence in front of it, it's going to break through the fence the fence you understand, it's gonna just smash through whatever comes in its fence. That's for the artsy fartsy Asfa.

00:01:13--> 00:01:32

Now, Allah is comparing wings to that wild horse. And that surah Allah is telling us that these winds today when we were walking here to the center, there was a nice breeze, that breeze is basically Allah grabbing the reins of the wind and pulling it back and saying calm down.

00:01:33--> 00:01:42

And sometimes Allah let's start, Wayne go. And when he lets a go, we call those tornadoes and hurricanes and typhoons. And

00:01:44--> 00:02:30

that's what when, so that you know what that means that the natural way of these winds is to be wild. And the only one pulling them back and calming them down is Allah and he swears by the moments, the few moments when he does what he lets them go. And when they move, they don't care about what's in their path. If there's a house in front of them, that house is gone in 30 seconds. There's a building, there used to be a building here, I live in Texas, in Dallas, it's inland and it's actually a tornado zone. So sometimes Allah lets the back of the horse go, and you'll see brick houses within 10 to 15 seconds, you will not know there was a house here within 10 to 15 seconds.

00:02:31--> 00:02:32

Once it touches down.

00:02:34--> 00:02:39

It's now a bomb couldn't do what these winds do. It couldn't do what these winds do.

00:02:40--> 00:03:19

It's unreal the kind of damage they can unleash. So that's what he's talking about the destructive power of winds and he's telling the people in subtle Musala that he's talking to these telling them Listen, the only reason you're actually talking all this trash and insulting the Prophet and saying oh you're gonna you're gonna come after us You and what army? Allah says the army you feel on your face every day. It's just me, a matter of me letting go of this a little bit. Then he contrasts this and says when Nasha Latina Silla will finally see one Shiva Latina Shiva, what is Why do same thing are different thing now. Because there are different kinds of winds that distribute that spread,

00:03:19--> 00:04:01

they spread seeds, they spread pollen, they spread clouds, they spread rain, and they divide up another word for divisional Farrakhan. They divide up the risk of Allah. So Allah is saying the same winds that can bring death are the same winds that bring life. Right, that's the beautiful imagery and almost salah. But now let's come back to that yet. I am most convinced. And I inclined towards the meaning that all of these oats are actually directly referring to the winds. They are referring to them, that's what I find most convincing. And if there are other implications, they are by a connection to the wind, but not directly. Okay, so from that point of view, now what I want you to

00:04:01--> 00:04:16

do, is I want you to understand, by the way, all of these are the oats, but the oats are not the point. What's the point? The job was awesome, isn't it? But I want you to just stay with me for a little bit. And I want you to think about what I'm going to do now it's going to be a little crazy but Okay.

00:04:18--> 00:04:49

By the way, it's actually also positive that this is this is all referring to the winds. So classically, that opinion has also existed. Hey guys, you just watched a small clip of me explaining the Quran in depth as part of the deeper look series. Studying the Quran in depth can seem like a really intimidating thing that's only meant for scholars Our job is to make deeper study of the Quran accessible and easy for all of you. So take us up on that challenge. Join us for this study the deeper look of the Quran for this surah and many other sources on Vienna tv.com under the deeper look section