Dream Big – Arabic Intensive – Day 9

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The title Islam is used in modern times to avoid deaths and the loss of a deceased man's smile. The use of "has been wrong" and its relation to "has been wrong" means avoiding regret and deaths. The speakers explore the historical context and significance of Islam, including the importance of finding the right person and being more aware of one's title in Arabic literature and human history.

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We practice those 12 Clues quite a bit Hamdulillah we also added some

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attached pronouns and translated those pages to so our we're I think we're pretty solid on the present tense clues and how the attached pronouns work. I'm going to start today with a little bit of brain work for you. Today's job is fairly easy, but it does require some little bit tiny bit of memorization on your part.

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So I'm going to write this for you first.

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And Len Lee even had that I would like you to say that for me

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and learn Leakey then Hatta

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Okay, I'm gonna write that if you having a hard time reading it and LAN

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Lee K at it then and Hatha, okay, just for those of you that have a hard time okay, and learn that Lee then Hatha again

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please out loud for me five times. And Len Lee K is an Hatha unlearn li K is an Hatha and learn li ke then Hatha and learn li ke then Hatha and learn li ke then Hatha, okay, who would like to try from memory?

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Yes, object

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on lonely gay, or then he then he then had a good job and then because he then had to decide yes, right.

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Yes, now it is you he just he picked you.

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Okay, isn't Hatha, okay. And Len Lee K isn't a very good very good everybody together and learn li k then Hatha, okay? Not so hard. Not so hard. Unless k then Hatha. Alright.

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And to finish this off

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in actually before I give you this one, what did you say to each other for a minute. I just really want you to know this. Well go ahead and Malika Come on.

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Okay, let's hear it together. Come on. I'm Lan li que even hotter, that group of words, the group of words. Actually, I want to type them over again. So you can help me type them over again. What's the first word I should say? And then Landon what? li ke then is then

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and Hatha Yoga, Hatha. These are called the lighthouse.

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They're called the light hub. They're not really called the lighthouse. I call them the lighthouse in this course for you. If you try to Google that you're not going to find anything. Okay? I made that up just to make things easier for you. Okay.

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I was gonna say hello, Vanessa Batali. Medallia but why? Lighthouse. Let's keep it light. Okay, and learn Lika even hotter or the light half okay. Then there's another group.

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And this is the only other group in lum llama li

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in lum llama li in Lom Lama li in lum la ma li in lum lum Mali. Some of you will be so inspired. I'll meet with you. Six years later on start I named my first baby in la mala Molly

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in lum Loma Lea in lum Loma Lea in lum lum li in lum lemma li Okay, that's a unlearn decay, even Hatha and who else in lum llama Lee Okay, I'm going to keep this in your head. Why did you say to each other a few times just so it sits there. We'll come back to it in about 20 minutes when you forget it

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say to each other.

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Okay,

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Now everybody turn to page 3939

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This is what I did not make you memorize. I told you a live beginning and noon beginning I envy ya beginning means he? Yeah with Annie. Both of them yeah with una. They all ya with Na them ladies then four kinds of TA than two extras right? That was my way of giving you the shortcuts. This is without the shortcuts. This is the full version. It's in the form of a chart. It follows the same order that you did before. Hua Hua home, he Houma Hoonah and and Toma, Anton, and T entoma and tuna and NAC now you can see that in the gray boxes, it's the same pronoun chart from page 18 Isn't it? Now when we did page 33 Page 33 and 39 have a relationship with each other. So you need to know that

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page 33 And page 39 have a relationship with each other. What's page 33 All the past tenses who are NESARA Huma nassarawa Who knows how to do this with me because you supposedly memorize this, who are nassarawa humara nassarawa home Nasiru he insr at home, NASA rotta who Na Na Sarna? Anta na Sarita and toma Nasir Toma, Antonio Nasir tune and the NASA T and Toma, NASA Touma and tuna nuts or tuna, Anna Nasir to na na na Sarna, that is your answer key for looking at the endings and matching them to other past tenses. That's why you memorize it. So the answer key sits in your head. This is the equivalent of what you did there, but for which tense, present tense and in the present tense, we

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don't look at the ending. We look at what

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actually first we look at the beginning then we look at the ending so it's two times the work but the shortcuts make the job pretty easy. If you were memorizing this, you would say who are you unsolo whom are young sorani home Yun Sorona like that, who Ohama home. He attends Suru who Matan sorani Hoonah Yan, sadhana and Titan Su and to Martin surani and Taunton, Soluna and Teton, Serena and to Martin surani. And to nutans fauna and Ansaru. No nonsense, that's just how but you didn't do that we what did we do? Oh, no. And then what?

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Four kinds of Yeah, four kinds of TA two extra does. Goodbye. See you later. Okay. One day if you would like like to speak Arabic

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and be able to because you know, you can't like I want to tell him. He prays.

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Yeah, beginning no ending.

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You suddenly by that time Salah is over.

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You want to get to that quickly. Probably good to memorize this. When you want to get to that stage right now, that's not the need. But I want you to know something about this page. You notice the first word here is Yong Soo.

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You see that? What's underneath it?

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Then pseudo what's underneath that? That's sort of again, I'm going to skip this one. What's this? Unscrew and this is nuts. So if you go down, they all end with what sound? Yong Su. Done. Su. done solo again. Skip one. unsolo and over non so you see that? Okay, now watch this. I'm gonna go back up. I'm going to read these again.

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How do you read this right now?

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Young solo. I'm going to read it. Young Sora

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young Surah

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How do you think I'll read this one differently?

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Than surah? How do you think I'll read this? Surah good. How am I going to read this? And surah and how am I going to read this? Nun Surah You know what I just did? I made them light.

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This is in present tense for present tense. You know what that call that's called? That's making it light. So the normal version is Ooh.

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And the light version is what?

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At the end? Only for these few because they end with oh, that's the light version. You memorize some half today?

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What did you memorize today? And do you remember it was a long time ago and learn? Decay isn't Hatter? What did I call them?

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Lighthouse? And I just said unscrew what's the light version?

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What do you think there's a relationship between the lighthouse and what I just told you.

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If you see one of those, one of who and learn like a even hotter

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Then unscrew will become what? On surah? Yong Su will become what? Yeah, so it's an Ansara

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Len? Young surah. Right? Li K, young Surah, Hattah cancelar, even young Surah Ansara. You made it light, you get it? So what are those words? Do they make the word or the present tense light, they don't do anything to the past tense, the past tense, it's too late for that it doesn't change at all. Even if you see an unlearned decay, even if you see one of those guys before it, it makes no difference. Because the past tense doesn't have different weights. It doesn't have normal weight, lightweight, etc. It's the present tense that has weights, normal weight and then lightweight, but there was another group of health which was called what?

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You know what that means that there are two different diet programs for the present tense. There's normal weight, there's lightweight and there's also what? lightest weight, this lightest weight and why do you? I don't know. I haven't taught you how to make them lightest yet. I'll just show you one of them. Listen to me again. If you hear unscrew. And screw. Is that normal light or lightest? That's normal. Okay, that's normal. Okay, if I say Ansara

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that's light. Now listen. unsolder and so what did I do?

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What did I do though? What's the change that I make?

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I put a sukoon on it. unsolder I stopped all sounds I paused it. Okay. That's called the latest version. What's that called? Latest Version? And when will you see the latest version? When What's there

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in lum llama? Li Yeah, so four of them will make it lightest and the other six will make it light. Okay, so let's let me show you something

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we'll go go further in a minute.

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But I want to show you something really cool

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let's do this. Okay. What were they again? The light have

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no no the light not the lightest, the light. And

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learn.

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Look at

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it then. And hotter. And what were the lightest ones in lum llama. Lee okay.

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It's really cool. What is Jung Soo mean

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easy Jung Soo means he helps. Okay. Everybody understand that? Yes. If I put on how should I say it?

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And Jung Soo rah. I should make it light. Yes. Learn. What should I say?

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Jung Soo

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Lee K.

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Young's soo Raja. Okay, Ethan

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Yan. So, Hatha

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Jung Soo pura with me. Okay, let's try in. In lamb Lama Lee remember for what did they do? Do they make it lighter? Lightest? What's the latest version of Jung Soo

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jung sore. Okay. lum

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young sore

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llama

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young soul, and Lee Young soul.

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Now, I'm not going to tell you what they all mean yet, but I want to show you how powerful these few how far and how much they brought in your understanding of the Arabic language these few have are almost like architectural pillars of the Arabic language when it comes to Finn. they're that important. Onion Surah means that he helps that he helps for example, I know that he helps. Okay, I think that he helps. I want that he helped. That will be onion Surah Linien Surah means he shall not help

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don't translate Yeah, just listen to me. Lika Yong Surah means so that he helps

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even young Surah means in that case, he will help is not complex language in that case he shall help but just because you know if you could do that now, what diam Salah means until he helps

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in young sore

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means if he helps if he helps lamium sole means he didn't help actually makes the meaning past tense. Negative he didn't help Lamar young sore he hasn't helped yet.

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And Leon soul, he should help Oh

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my god. That's a lot of different vocabulary with just what? Help only if you know these few words. I

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I'm Lauren Leakey, even Hatta which are the lighthouse and one of the lightest half in lum llama Lee. Okay, so the meanings over time, it's not hundreds of words it's like 11 words. It's not that hard. And once you get used to one of them over and over again, second one over and over again, you'll be good. Okay, now let's go back.

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I just want to see if you so far the oral exercise makes sense to you. Is this the normal version lite version or the latest version? This is the normal version Jung Soo lite version would be

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good what how tough could be there to push it to the light version? And learn li K even hotter? Okay, what's the latest version of this? Young sore? Young sore? What have could be there the push it to the latest version? In lum llama, Lee.

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Okay, so what do you think this is normal light or lightest?

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Normal? What's the light version of it?

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Yeah, Lee. Okay. What's the latest version of this?

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Woohoo. Hola. Hola. HUD. Allahu Samad

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lum wait. lum is that what group what group Islam?

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It's part of the lightest group in llama llama. The lung should do what to the next word.

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So what happened to Jelle? Do it became your lid? While um

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you haven't heard the next word yet? But you know how it's gonna end? lum you lead while I'm your con. La hookah who wanna hurt you see what just happened? Okay, so these words slowly problem solving.

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I know you we met on page 40 something. Okay. Lighthouse and Lighthouse health. Okay

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so in a in a place in the Quran I won't put Holika you're going to tell me the HUD Arca will call you Lily

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I don't know normal ending yup Hulu light ending yet hola Elijah standing yet hold you guess what the Quran is gonna say when he gets to this word

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yet who? La. Why?

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What group is this from? And learn li even hotter which means this is from which group light group that's why this is going to be linear toe law. Okay, okay another place in the Quran while I'm

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here the whole Lee man Have you got Hulu? Three options multiple choice question Yeah, Hulu yet Hola. Or yet whole three options. Which one is correct? Why?

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Latest? Okay, yeah, the Hulu means he enters yet Hulu means what? Here? Yeah, the whole Machida yet hold on Murshida what is happening?

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Was the machine he enters the machine hamaca

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he enters Merker llama means not yet. The mummies what? Not yet what is llama yet hold mean

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he hasn't entered yet.

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He hasn't entered yet. Okay, here's the word yearly jus yet did you meet another word for entering? Okay, and are passing through your lid you actually means he passes through. The Quran says Hey

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Hector, and I'm not going to tell you what the Holika is.

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You're going to tell me what the how that goes.

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If it was normal, it would be illegal if it was light it would be nearly dry if it's lightest it would be yellow edge which 1am I going to hear in the Quran? Why?

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Learn how to have unlearn decay then had to had a yearly gel Jama Luffy some millyard this was a new Quran just like you heard it at your leisure.

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Okay.

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Well, yeah, you will get your own law.

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Normal light or latest?

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Light, normal. I'm getting lots of opinions. Now. The normal version of Buddha is what

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the light version would be.

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Buddha by the way, do not confuse this with normal or heavy and light from ism. That was a different universe. We left that behind

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And that only works when we're talking about isms. We're not talking about isms. This discussion is only limited to the present tense. I don't even say it's a federal discussion because there's different kinds of federal which federal present tense only, there's no other place where you would discuss this. Okay? So I will do is normal. What's the lite version of Buddha? What's the latest version?

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But why is it normal?

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My question is, why is it normal? There's a lot before it.

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lies not on the hit list. LA is not a light gang member. LA is not a flight his gang member. If like, if you're not part of any gang, you're not forcing any. You don't do any enforcement. Leave the guy normal, which is what

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we'll do. Now. What about

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if I read that, if I wrote that

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lamb are blue lamb or Buddha or lamb Airboard.

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Good job you're getting some Whorf make the present tense light, some how to make the present tense. Lightest, yeah. Light and lightest. Okay, now let's go back to light. What were the light powder again?

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Okay, and learn?

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Legally Sorry. Sorry. Let me turn it over. My typing is a little off today and learn li k, e then.

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Okay, let me see if you can remember this, from this exercise you will read it's in the notes sitting there, you can read it, but I want you to see if you can do a memory exercise with me. And means two things. It means that that it also means to, to to that or to Okay, that's an so if I say onion surah and Yun surah I can translate it two ways I can translate it as that he helps. That he helps. It can also mean to help just because you don't say to he helps them the he doesn't make sense in English anymore. So you can translate onion surah is what to help you with me. Okay, Len means will not learn means what? So what is Len young Surah Amin

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he will not help he will not help. Okay. How do I say that he helps

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that he helps.

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And what Jung Soo jung Surah Yan Sawa and Yan Surah to help how do I say that?

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Still onion Surah How do I say he will not help

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learn? Learn Yun Surah good. Li K means so that Li K means so that how do I say so that he helps?

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Like a young solo, right? Like a young solo? Why not like a young solo?

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Because he also would be normal like he wants it to be. So we don't say like a young solo we say like a young surah and what does that mean?

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So that he helps cool. II then young Surah even means in that case, even means, in that case, how do I say in that case? He helps

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even young Surah until he helps had

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Yan surah. Let's go over that again. And means what?

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To or that what has led mean? Will not what is Li caving? So that what does even mean? In that case? And what does that term mean? Until Okay, so let's say

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I say or I live, where I live means I teach, or I live which means what I teach. I want to say that I teach that I teach Would anybody like to volunteer, be ready? I'm ready. Be ready. She's she'd like to try that I teach. Let's hear it.

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And Ilm. No, no, no.

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Hold on. Hold on. Let me let me read some Courante over you.

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Read that again.

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And

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yeah. Oh, I Lemo. And what did you first say?

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Yeah, sorry. I forgive you. Thank you. Okay.

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But they'll see the answer again. And oh, l li mu

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ma.

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Now

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Say it again.

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Oh, I Lima that's what that is. Good job. Okay.

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That's what you get for that answer. Okay. And I Lima

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I will not teach I will not teach

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you go ahead.

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Yeah, no Dexter hasn't. Yes.

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Why are you turning the mic off and giving it to them? No. I saw you turn it off and give it to him you'd like trolling people hmm, stop doing it. It will be learn or a Lima land or a Lima LAN. Or I Lima I will not teach until I teach until I teach. We did this first row nine

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Lima hotter or Lima? Very good, hotter or Alima so that I teach so that I teach

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has

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like a why Lima? Good job. In that case, I'll teach

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in that case, I'll teach

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Yes.

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Okay, you don't even need a mic even or I Lima. Good job. Even walima here's one more lady side. I do not teach.

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I do not

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teach.

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I teach No, no.

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Yes, go ahead.

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Say

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Good job law, or I live a very good law just means as at least one Arabic word you guys do know.

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Sometimes you go to Andhra and because you some of you people, you know, we're all brown. Okay. It's a brown continent. So even as you get into the Africa, there's lots of brown people. And some of you people, you can be Bangladeshi. You can be Pakistani, you can be Sri Lankan. But sometimes you look Arab. Also you look error because you love wearing robes. I don't know what your deal is. But you love wearing robes when you go there. Because you want to feel Arab. So some guys come starts talking to you in Arabic. It comes up to you.

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What do you do? What what's the what's the only word you know? La

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Okay,

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so, I don't de la

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la,

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la or Alamo?

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Actually, people don't say that people just say hello. Hello.

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Guys like, Hey, you You hit my car Alhamdulillah

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where's the hotel?

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Yeah, yeah. Leaky has three forms. Lee. I didn't teach you that you don't read the book and ask me questions about what I didn't teach lum llama or aalim

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we don't know I said something I said llama or I Lim

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llama means not yet. So what did I just say?

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I didn't teach yet. This is a lighter for lightest how to? How do I end this then? Llama

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llama or I limb limit where I live who? I didn't teach it yet. For lattice only you don't ask me

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okay. Now

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you remember what it means?

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To or that what has led me

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will not learn I will not lie okay. So that he then

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had data

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until now let me tell you something about leaky. Okay, leaky means what again? Okay, it's made up of two parts Li and k

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is made up of two parts Li and what? Okay, here's the cool thing about Arabic. You can tell Okay, which means so that you can take each part and it still means so that.

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So you could say li also means Hola. Que also means so that you could say legally. And it also means so that it's like Lego pieces and you can use either piece or both pieces together, Lee or k or li K and I didn't make you say li K li K I just made you say what? Li K which means you can break it up. You can use li or you can use Okay, okay? You can use either one. But if you use just leave what does it mean?

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So that if you use K What does it mean? So

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So in the Quran you find Musa alayhis salam talking to Allah and he says

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sorry, because the origin

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let me make that smaller. Okay, read that for me.

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Okay, new sub B haka Catherine. Okay. Now look at new sub B haka is there an attached pronoun? We should ignore that we should ignore the CA We should look at no sub behalf who does this B? We do noon beginning Yeah, who do we declare perfection of? QA? We declare your perfection. Now look at k k is actually

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from what original word? Luca is this a short version of Li k is k. Okay. What should you do to a word

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should make it light if you want to see that it's like you should be able to tell me what the normal version was

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Noosa be who was the normal version came made it

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so that we declare your perfection a lot Catherine

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yes question mark there

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I did say that yes, Li k can be broken up into Li and K.

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I didn't even think about that for 20 years.

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I said li k can be broken up into Li and k and this is part of the light gang isn't it? But then there is in lum llama

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and this is part of the

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so there are two different gang members that are identical twins, which two gang members

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li could belong to

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light it light or now the question is how am I going to know? Ya Allah? How will I know?

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Oh, I know.

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If it makes the word light

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its lightly and if it makes the word lightest. It's Bruce Lee.

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How will you know

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little bit of grammar a little bit of grammar and what you're going to know did it make the word light or did it make the word

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okay?

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If I say

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this isn't the Quran, one of them at least

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by the way, the LI that is light, what does it mean you already know what it means? The lead that is light is short for leaky what actually came in good the lead that is lightest means should it means what should what is the light one mean? So that what is the lightest one mean? Okay yellow funeral means He forgives the funeral means He forgives. Are these two the same meaning

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Leo Fira. What does that mean?

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So that he forgives. What about Leo fear?

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He should forgive.

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Cool. Yeah.

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There's another li which is a half of John Lee Bata cough. Lamb.

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How will we do what we're gonna do now? Oh, wait.

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That's 100 of why. He's part of the Georgia gang. And he needs what after him.

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It needs an ism to make John. So since y'all FIRA is not an ism. And young food is not an ism. I won't be confused. Hey, bro, are you love Joel? And y'all federal will look at you like what it will look like to you.

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Okay, be in the present. Okay. Lee will come with an ism. Yeah, there's lots of there's seven kinds of love. By the way. This is three.

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There's seven kinds of lamb in Arabic. Yep. Yep. Yep. There's lots of kinds of wild there's certain kinds of love, they learn to share. There's lots of there's, you know, this is why in the Arab world, sometimes in Sudan, some countries you can have eight kids, they're all named Mohammed.

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It was part of the language. seven kinds of land eight different Muhammad's in the same family. Abdullah, everybody's Ahmed.

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And everybody's awkward. Usually if you go into a mall and say I met the customer, the cashier, the store manager, hola. What?

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So, but you have to recognize them, each with their own job in their own role. Okay, anyway. Now, let's go over that again. One last time and means

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to where that lead means

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will not

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What's next

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li ke which can be said in three ways you can say li K or you can say li or you can say okay that means so that E then

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in that case and what da means until and when you see these what happens to the present tense that follows. It becomes like great okay. Now we have in means if

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it means what if which is weird because fi means in

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is if and fee is in if fee and

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it's weird, it just is just fine I find it cool. But anyway in means if what does it do to the present tense? So if it was the word was still yellow futile, which means he forgives, how do I say if he forgives

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in yellow fear in your fear

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this is the as I go I try to tell you where students make the most mistakes right because I keep telling you hear here's the pitfall you're going to run right into it. So I'm going to tell you this one, do you remember what group this belongs to? Light or lightest? And do you remember what this group this belongs to?

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Anyone remember what land means?

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Will not which means future isn't it? So it takes the present tense and pushes it into the future? Love does the opposite. It actually means did not and it pushes the meaning into the past.

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This is future light and this is past and what does it do? Lightest.

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Okay, Lum and Len very similar words. opposite effect they're both negative.

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How do I say he will not forgive he will not forgive learn it's the original word is yellow for you to

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learn yellow Farah learn y'all Farah. He did not forgive

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lamb y'all. Good job. Let me offer them your fair. Yes, you do means he does such that he does such that he will not do such that.

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Learn. Yes, Judah. He did not do such thou lum

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Yes. Good. Lamb Yes. God.

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We're getting it. Okay. He will not ask for forgiveness. Yes. Still futile. He asks for forgiveness. Yes, still futile. He will not ask for forgiveness.

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Learn your Saphira he did not ask for forgiveness.

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Love your style. Fear. Okay. So in in means What

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if LOM means did not learn Ma?

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means not yet.

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Llama means not yet.

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Okay.

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So what does

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llama

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Yes, Joe. I

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mean

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he didn't do such yet. Okay. To do aamra Is yatta yatta Mira Loma na mirror what does this mean? It means he does ombre llama narrative here

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we haven't done aamra yet. Llama now ultimate How do I say I haven't done on riot?

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Llama

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tell me you yeah Tom you

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I say the wrong answer like this a lot. Tom Udall and you're like

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llama?

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Llama ultimate. He hasn't done aamra yet.

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Llama lomaia Until you haven't done Onra yet. You begins with tags so Anta lum llama

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Termeer la Mata Tamil and okay. You didn't do a Moriah okay. So we got one left. In means what again?

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If lum means. Didn't? Llama means not yet. And Lee means should

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should. Okay. Now I'm gonna tell you some extra things about li last time. What did I tell you about li k in the last group? Three ways to say it Lee or k or li K Li is weird. The should is weird.

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And then Arabic why means and

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far means so yeah

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and what does leave this leave you know what does it mean it should right

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but if you want to put them together and someone should do something and should the wine the leave would go together right but they don't say what Lee they say well

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they don't say well he they say why well and they don't say fire Lee they say Why fell

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with you see well or fell in the Quran while or what fall then chances are that lamb is the lightest gang member it's only acting weird because there's a wall before it or a fall before it that's when it starts acting weird and it doesn't pronounce li it pronounces well or fell you may have heard this before la de la Hui fell yet what curl

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me know now we're gonna figure this out together.

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What does failure mean?

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It's two words together what two words together. So and should so when we finally translate, we'll throw in the word so and we'll throw in the word should when we figure out what this means. Yet what Curlew means to trust yet what color means to trust or to rely to rely on somebody? Okay, so yet our clue he relies finally at our curl.

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So he should rely now tell me about the word he or Hua when you see a who are on a feral? Is there a chance? There's an outside doer?

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There's a chance How do you determine if there's an outside door?

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It's after

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and it's referred that's an outside door? Is a me noona after is almost me noona refer

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me Luna means believers. Yes. Believers. I don't think it means then he should rely.

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Now they

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the believers should rely and then in the beginning it says Allah Allah, Allah means upon Allah He

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the soda believers should rely exclusively upon Allah and Allah He failure to renew

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and and yes ma should be in good good catch.

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And upon Allah alone should the believers rely again leave becomes what file Okay, let me show you something really awesome. salt and fat.

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One of my favorite Surahs in the Quran

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in

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it knows half of nossob in nano together. Certainly we who are Fattah ha whom Alpha Taha whom Fattah, who here Fatiha toma Fatah, Hatha I'm doing this so alone, who NEFA Tacna and

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for data and toma for that DOMA, Anton for that dome, anti fatality and trauma for Dr. Von Thun.

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And

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for that to know who know we opened laka law means for QA I don't know what that means. I forgot. We opened up for you photon mobila and open victory. Li

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Li

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Li ofera

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My question is, is this LI a half of job? Is this LI a lightest gang member? Is this lead a light gang member by the way depending on which gang different translation isn't it?

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Not all lambs have the same meaning.

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Okay, it's the light gang member and the light member has what meaning?

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We have given you victory so that y'all Farah.

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Now you ask for forgiving a young futile means He forgives. So who forgives. So he forgive right now it says so. He forgives when you see he should you try to look for an outside door. Maybe you find one maybe you don't but you should at least look, do you see one where?

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The word Allah, the word Allah so that Allah forgives, so that Allah forgives. laka

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forgives for you actually means forgives you the lamb doesn't get translated now. So so that Allah forgives you, or covers for you. Now watch this

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normal light or lightest, you Tenma

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difference of opinion. Normal ending you Tim moon

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light ending you Tim. So what is this? This is light okay

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yeah the

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yeah the

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light. Okay

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young Sora

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light. Okay, so he's a Leo Fira. Why you tamer? Why? Yeah dia, WA yawns Surah

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light. What word makes these light? There's a group that makes them light which group was that and learn li que Eden, Hatha. Let's go back to the young fella, which of those members made the young fella light.

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Once you have a light word,

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you can put the word and, and make the next word light and the next word light and the next word light and the next word light and the next door light and they keep going light. And you know what that tells you that all of them have been understood. So that going along with them, so that Allah forgives, I know that so that is connected to the word forgiveness. When it says you Tima and he completes his favor. It's not he completes his favor. What does it actually mean? So that he completes his favor. Why do I know it means so that because it's like being affected by the original Lee then it's not he guides. This is actually not he guides. This is what so that he guides it's

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still going on from the same Li and then he says Jung Soo Jung Soo means he helps but this is not he helps this is what so that he helped him How do I know this is not a new sentence? It's still part of that. How do I know that because of the the young Surah it's light, otherwise it would have been

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so true. Okay, so this is actually the way the Quran connects concepts together. And you can tell it's the same conversation. It's not a new discussion, because the same effect is being carried forward. Okay, Leo, Farah. Will you timber? Well, yeah, the way Yan Surah okay.

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Really cool. Okay, now let's go back to page 39.

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Normal version. Say it for me.

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Good light version. Yun Surah latest version? Good. Normal version.

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Light version. Done. Sora latest version? Good. Normal version.

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Light version. Latest Version. You're getting used to this good. Normal version.

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Light version? Light test version? Good. Normal version.

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Light version. Latest Version. Okay.

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All righty. I'm still on page 39. In case you're wondering.

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Where am I now?

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So Ronnie, that's the second column on your page 39 normal version.

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John sorani

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Let me help you out here. Light version get rid of the noon

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young soul raw. That's the what version is that? Live version? Light test version. Young Sora. Once you get rid of the noon, it could be light and it could be latest. Okay.

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You can keep killing more of what letters

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Okay.

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I'll come again. Yes. So Young sorani

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is normal light version.

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Latest Version

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Okay,

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no, no.

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Latest Yeah.

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Let me help you again. If this was Yun Sorrell

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the light version Yan Surah latest version he unsought so if it ends with an EU

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then the lite version is ah, and the latest version is sukoon okay, if it ends with a combination is this a combination? Any when it's a combination the lite version just means get rid of the what?

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The extra noon Yong surah

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and now that you got rid of the noon sorry, the lite version and the latest version look the same.

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Lite version is Yun Sora. And the latest version is also young Sora yes

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depends on what kind of came before what's the meat how's the meaning going to be changed? What was making them light what was making them latest that will change the meaning.

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Okay, so the meaning is not coming from here the meanings coming from is it an Yom Surah that both of them help or learn young Surah both of them will not help or llama Yong Surah both of them haven't helped yet doesn't have to meaning changing, but the meaning is not changing from these words the meaning is changing is from the health. Okay, that's how the meaning changes.

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The problem comes with two levers Okay, what if you come up to a word and it's got a Li and then it's light, and you're like, which one is this lighter heavy? Just call me.

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Call me and say hi.

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And I don't know what to do here. Help me out. Until that happens live your life.

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Okay.

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Jung Soo Runa

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normal version normal version is one young Surah that page 39 is all the normal versions. What's the lite version?

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Yun soru and they write an Elif there at the end to make you feel better and also to remind you that this is a fairly This is a normal standard thing to do with Farrell when the noon is gone the right and I left there at the end so that's not read Jung Soo Ah it's still unsuitable the latest version ladies and gentlemen

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no Chang Jung Soo

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sorry unsuitable same thing

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only context common sense and lots of do I will tell if it's light or latest, this is where you will use connection to God will be tested okay

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Yeah, question slowly.

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Today what I feel all those years I was reading Quran wrongly.

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Why do you feel that I don't want you to feel that

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because of the lamb mean one things and lamb main one things and all this grammatically.

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Basically, I make the mistake that is in my conscious say,

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Okay, what happened? That people who continuously reading wrong because when I was studying Quran is Ali B, de se. So I was reading that formula at chains when I came to Dallas.

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Dallas is a holy city, right?

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So all those day we read Quran that mean Allah, hopefully forgive us or okay. Okay, thank you for your question. I do want to keep the conversation about Arabic but since you asked that question, I don't want you anybody to live in guilt.

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Allah did not give us this religion to make us feel like remorse over the past the Quran.

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One of the great one of the great functions of the Quran the purpose of the Quran, Allah says in Nephi Delica Allah the Quran, even Canada who called it is a powerful reminder for someone who has a heart so anything related to the heart, the most comprehensive answers for how your heart should feel is in the Quran. And in the Quran. If someone has lived a life of sin, or a life of forgetfulness, or a life of mistakes, or a life of neglect, etc. Does Allah say you should now feel guilty until you die for how you have lived as the Quran ever do that? The Quran is more protective of the Allah is more protective of his creations heart than even the creation themselves. Allah

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cares more about my heart than I do about my own heart. Do you understand that concept? So if Allah does not shame or guilt me about my past mistakes or neglect, all he asks is do one thing. What's that one thing? Make Toba? And then fix yourself, make Toba and fix yourself. And then you might slip again. And if my if you slip again, what should you do again? Make Toba and fix yourself. And if you can do that, you don't have to live in what? guilt or shame. You don't have to live in guilt or shame. You know?

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And we what we've done is we've created a mindset because I'll tell you where this comes from. Allah forgives easily.

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Allah is actually eager to forgive, but people

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people don't forgive easily. If you hurt your mother's feelings, even if she hugs you something is still hurting her in her heart. If she's not capable of letting go of some of that pain Jacoba Allah Islam is not capable of easily just letting go of the years of abuse his sons did to him

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You understand they can make Toba and by the way who can forgive his sons immediately? Allah can wipe the slate clean but who cannot forgive immediately? Jacoba they said him he can't do it. He can't just do it. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam in one narration couldn't look at washy.

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He accepted Islam what is what do we know about accepting Islam? What happens to all your sins, they get wiped out, wiped out by who? By Allah. In fact, accepting Islam as a kind of Toba and Toba means all your bad deeds get converted into good deeds. That's how much Allah loves. But would I call you but then Allah who say yeah, team has an ad, Allah replaces their evil deeds with good ones that Quran is promise. But the Prophet SAW Selim is still a human being, and he sees the one who mutilated his uncle. Right? So he can't see he is not that he doesn't forgive him. But he can't forgive him the way Allah forgives them. Now what happens with us coming to 2024 2023 and this era

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that we live in and we're heading towards? What happens now is, people use Islam, because we make each other feel bad anyway. Okay, I can make you feel bad for coming late. Or I can make an employee feel bad for making a mistake, or I can make a family member feel bad or they can make me feel bad or you You never call you never do this. You never do. We guilt each other all the time. But now we've done a new thing. We use Islam to guilt each other. It wasn't enough that we're guilting each other now we add in you know Allah who doesn't forgive when you do this, right? You know, Allah does that right? You know, so now we're using Allah to make sure someone stays inside their guilt. Now we

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use we use God as a weapon basically, to guilt and shame. So what is the Quran do make Toba and move on with your life? What do people do, I will not let you move on with your life.

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Like you can't, you don't get to move on with your life. You have to stay exactly where you were, know your place.

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It says if Allah wants one is the far show of humility, and move on and human beings want constant such the

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human is almost one, I want you to worship me to the point where you keep begging for forgiveness and begging for forgiveness. And then I'm gonna say you're sorry, is not good enough for me.

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You're sorry.

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God doesn't even demand that.

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Can you imagine if we had to beg Allah for forgiveness for everything we've done and it wouldn't be good enough? Can you imagine? Like, then then it wouldn't even be right for us to ever get up from surgery

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every weekend to get up from it. So the guilt you're feeling is actually not just you. There's a cultural anthropological collective guilt society that we've created. And in that society, you're supposed to live feeling bad about yourself. You're supposed to live in shame. You're supposed to live in regret constantly. Do we regret our mistakes? Absolutely. Should we turn and try to make things right absolutely should be making so far. Absolutely. But then we should move on.

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We just we just move on. You know Musa lay some story is one of my favorites, because he actually accidentally killed someone, but he did throw a punch.

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How do you get over that?

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Like, how do you get over that? And you know what, when he went, he goes to challenge Musa challenge around when he goes to Joshua Furlong could just turn around and say,

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You're going to tell me what's right and wrong. You? Do you know what you did?

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Who are you to open your mouth, a murderer is going to teach a murderer as a prophet now, really.

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You have no moral standing to be able to say what's right and wrong, because you have a mistake in your past is not the logic. Guess whose logic that is? Fit ons?

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is very powerful. It works. Because then someone says, Look, I have mistakes, I shouldn't say anything. And then people turn that into a righteous thing. I have so many sins myself. I have so many mistakes myself. Who am I to say anything about any, anything about anything, I should just be quiet. And then anybody who's done any good, should be quiet because they're aware of their flaws. So that nobody should speak the truth? Because does anybody is there anybody who exists or doesn't have sins?

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So if sins are the basis for which I shouldn't say anything, or you shouldn't say anything, that we should just be perpetually silent? Yes.

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When we wrong, someone else, we asked a lot of forgive us and Allah forgives us. But what if,

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like, my understanding was that that person has to forgive us, so we're not accountable for it. Thank you. Good question. Even though this is Arabic class, I'm going to do this really quickly. This is on the express lane.

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Allah forgives whoever he wants. And Rasulullah sallallahu sallam was injured in a hood.

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Listen to this carefully. Don't forget it. He was injured at what are hoods. Now

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He was injured in his face in three different places and the arrow or the spears actually penetrated through the helmet into his jaw. Okay, several of his teeth were gone, and he had to be patched up with mud so the bleeding would stop when he fell to the ground, so Allahu alayhi wa sallam on their bellhop thought he was dead.

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He was gone and on top last and he just sat on the battlefield according to nourish he just sat there what's the point now?

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And it's also salam comes back to consciousness. In one narration, he gets up to consciousness and says, Hey, if I had the law, who Coleman How can Allah guide the people that spilled the blood of their messenger?

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Okay,

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how can Allah guide people who spill the blood of His messenger?

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Allah immediately revealed Ayat after offered

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one of those Hyatts listen carefully. Laser look, I mean, I'm pretty sure you don't. You have no authority whatsoever talking to the prophets lie to them.

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Oh, yeah, to bother him. Oh, you are the bomb, whether he wants to accept their Toba or he wants to punish them for in the home volley Moon than they are then they are in fact they are have they have done great wrong.

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For the Lahemaa facility mafia, Allah owns whatever he whatever is in the skies, whatever's in the yofoto Nemanja sharp, He forgives

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whoever he wants you out of the womb he he punishes whoever he wants, Wallah hoo ha for him and Allah is extremely forgiving, loving and merciful. What have we done? I haven't forgiven you. So I know Allah won't forgive you. Because until I forgive you, I know Allah won't forgive you.

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Or you don't point at anybody. Please don't.

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When you do that, what are you negating?

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And what do you think is gonna happen on Judgement Day when nobody can speak? You're gonna be like, Excuse me. Hola. You're about to forgive this person. But I have a

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I haven't forgiven them yet. So can you let them at least one weekend in the barbecue? Before?

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Because I have an issue. You think you're going to be concerned about raising an issue about somebody else?

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And do you think that on judgement day somebody will feel like, I don't know how he got away. I'm still mad. How can they get away? And some people live in the anxiety that someone who has done them wrong might be forgiven on Judgement Day because they've changed.

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They have this anxiety this person changed but I didn't forgive them. So why is it it's not fair. Allah is gonna forgive them. They got away with it.

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That even to the Prophet of Allah salAllahu Alaihe Salam, Allah told the Prophet alayhi salam, you're a slave, act like it be a slave. Forgiveness and punishment is not yours it's who's it's Allah's stop thinking you have a say in it for anyone else, let it go. Because that's part of being a what? Being a slave there matter is with who for Umrah, who Illa his matter is with Allah, it's not your problem. Because you yourself and I myself are slaves of Allah and Surah they, if they've done wrong to me, firstly, if they've done wrong to me, they first done wrong to Allah, because Allah told them not to do wrong to me. So they haven't before someone commits a crime against me

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they've already committed a crime against Allah and Allah is way more offended than I am. And Allah is way more just than I am. So instead of me thinking, I'm going to teach allah how justice is going to work on Judgment Day, which by the way, Allah asked this question in the Quran, cool to eliminate Allah hubby Dini, come tell them are you going to teach Allah your religion?

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You want to teach allah how justice should work?

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This is this like anxiety of making sure someone pays takes us so far. We start questioning the wisdom and the justice of Allah. And we stop forgetting that we're slaves of Allah Honestly. Honestly, it's scary to me. To me, this is this this it can be rooted in pain. I get it. You were wrong. I was wrong. We will. It's rooted in pain. But you cannot allow that pain to turn you into a pharaoh. You cannot allow that pain to project some kind of authority on judgment that is too far. Don't do it to yourself. I will destroy you spiritually. It will just destroy you. Whether Allah forgives them or not, Allah knows their deal better than you and me. I know one thing Allah will

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ever be unfair to me.

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I live in said yesterday so Laura Coleman, meaning Allah will heal the hearts of a believing people. Is that enough for me to hear Allah will heal the hearts. Yeah. You're like, I don't want my heart healed. I like this pain. And I enjoy this. I know some people do. They know they're addicted to the pain and they're like, I want to feel the sensation of getting revenge. I waiting for that. Hi. I need it. Guess who needs to see someone else suffer? Who has that need?

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Who's the first one who needs to see someone suffer? IBLEES Where do you think that need comes from? to

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See someone suffer

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you know set on has caused so much more suffering than any one of us could. A human being can only do so much wrong shaitan has been doing wrong since age old right? So my hate my desire to see shaytaan suffer should be stronger than my desire to see anyone else suffer but I never make dua Yola throw him in Jahannam do this thing. I just say Allah protect me from his evil

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to say this all they say or Although we live in a shootout Knology why? Because what is going to who's going to deal with him? That's Allah. I'm not going to stand over to him and say, Yeah, Allah Burnham good. Yeah, right there. Yeah, that's why that he cried extra on that spot.

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Where did you get this?

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This this insatiable thirst for revenge and exacting pain on someone else. You know, justice is, you know, we should want justice. This is it's a human nature to want justice. But you just have to rely on first of all, if there's worldly means to seek justice do it. And if there's no morally means to seek justice, then I'm gonna who will Allah. Allah is more just than I can ever be known. And I'm not discussing this. I'm teaching Arabic class. I still remember as an Arabic class, and I know you forgot everything about every class, so I'm going to see if you remember, what's the lite version of Yan Sorona Jung Soo and what's the latest version of Yan Sorona here's the crazy part. Yun sadhana

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is you those women if you remember yeah beginning and not ending means those women what part of this makes them women

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the NA so when you make them light the ladies say no no, we don't need a diet plan we're perfectly fine the way we are.

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And what's the latest version is still the same way as it is the ladies when they get together. Weird stuff happens in Arabic grammar. So everything else has a normal version, a light version, the latest version, but then ladies have

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their normal looks the same as light which is looks the same as lightest they look exactly the same. No change. No change on sadhana. So if you see an before yawn sauna, it's gonna be onion sadhana, if you see lamb ladies have before you and sadhana it's still going to be what led me on sadhana. Oh good. No change. With this in mind before the break for the prayer. I want you to look at this chart altogether. This is the whole view.

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Jung Soo light version. Tell me

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young Surah light test version.

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So good. That's one young sorani light version. Young Surah light test version. Young Surah also, Yong Soo Runa light version. Good Jung Soo latest version. Jung Soo good delight in the latest are the same. Second road Tong pseudo three versions now don't sue is normal. What's the light version? Done? Surah latest version to unsought done surani Lite version done Surah latest version. Careful now young sadhana don't mess with them ladies. So what happens?

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Lite version Yun sadhana latest version. Yun sadhana Good job done pseudo normal version is done through lite version 10 Sora latest version than soar 10 sorani

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light and latest what are they done? Suraj Tonzura don't sue Runa light and lightest done su route en su 10 Serena that's just one girl is not enough for a for them rallying and not letting the noon go. It's not enough. So what's the light version than Saudi and the latest version is also done Sunni just get rid of the noon don't sorani light version, latest version done solar na light version done SORNA latest version. So I want you to put a little X in young Solna and 10 sadhana so you don't forget that

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they don't get changed.

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And then the last two unsolo lite version

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and Sora latest version and for non su lite version nine Sora latest version nine sore

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let's see.

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Okay, let me go back up.

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Let me give you this practice a little bit

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this is page one again.

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Let me see. This would be 41 I believe Yeah. 41 on top

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It says to the Karuna right to beginning guna ending i My question is Is this normal lighter lightest

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This is lightly normal

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huh?

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Normal can you convert it to a light version

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that go through what's the latest version?

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And why would it be light? What would make what could possibly make it light?

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Either what's in the beginning to make it light? And

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and learn li K even hotter? What would make it lightest in? lum llama li okay let's see if you can solve this idea

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in I don't know if I should say Jung Soo jung Surah or Jung sort of

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this is an ally Iran Hmm good and young sore that you does you remembers what what is means is

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what does it mean

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in his in his if okay in your answer

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if he helps if he helps who

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if he helps y'all it because it's he is a possible we have an outside door who's the outside door this time?

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How do you translate this

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if Allah helps you all fella labor law calm then there is no one to help there's no one to dominate you no one could possibly dominate you in your circle moolah who fella Alibaba calm when Yahoo calm and if you were to abandon you, and if you were to leave you behind and if you were to humiliate you from under lovey and Sirocco remember the then who's going to be eating you after him

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while Allah He fell at our colon what we don't follow what is filming

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so and shoot together. Okay.

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Couple of minutes left before we take our break.

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Naima Surah

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short Surah that you might know what's a Bacara?

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Hatim.

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Okay, Team

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I'll start with with the present tenses because we just practice the present tense

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there it is.

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You can do QA. What should I get rid of first? What's left?

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Good. Maybe there's an outside door?

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Oh, no, it's not an outside door. You can't handle this yet. I shouldn't have given you this. This is

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if there's an outside door. And but why bother to look so far? It's not it's a fake refer.

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There's such a thing as a failure. Have you learned about that later?

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happens rarely it just you happen to find the soda. You pick the soda. It's your fault.

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You get the book about within. Just go back to the beginning. Easier. What? Dini?

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Do you know anything about well?

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No, the other one.

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Ba da GAF.

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What is while do

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what does it do to the next word? Did a java file over here was a toonie.

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2d,

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2d is light.

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2d is light and see Nina is a non Arab word.

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See, Nina is a non Arab word which is on Buddhafield ie

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the mountain of sin in non Arab words. The rougher version is oh, there was a version is in the Java version is also that's why it's see Nina because it's not Arab.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, they mean and so what it means is I swear by the fig and the olive and Mount Sinai.

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I swear by and then the others are included in the oath. So it's as if he's saying I swear by the oath. I swear by

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Have a fig and I swear by the olive. And I swear by Mount Sinai and I swear by oh what's hard Val Bella de Do you know this grammar? Melody is what kind of word is hard?

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It's a pointer, isn't it? And how do you know if it's making a fragment?

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How do you know if it has a shot or delay? What do you look for? Is the Albula to have an L. Totally. And what's the status availability?

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Why is it y'all

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know how does not hold off?

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You know where this data comes from? What makes a teeny jar? I swear by the fig. And the olive is also jotted because it's connected to the first one and Mount Sinai is connected to the first one and this the word this is jar

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when the word this is jar the machine really also becomes job so I swear by this city, Emini, Al Amin he is also Giada, isn't it?

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What's the relationship between Albula D and L Emini

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mo SUV and same for properties, as well as the LME, for oats that Allah has taken and these are some of the most powerful oats in the Quran. If you've heard me talk about them before. One of the most fascinating places in the Quran, Allah swears by the fig and the olive and Mount Sinai in this city. It looks like he swore about two foods and two locations, fig and Oliver foods and then Mount Sinai and this city are locations Mount Sinai, of course referring to the place where the torah was revealed. And this city referring to Macau where the Quran was revealed, right? But the fig in the olive, Mama Lucy does a really good job with this describing that the figure is actually referring

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to the Valley of Hamden and hawan where the Ark of Noah landed.

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And that valley was filled with figs. And so the way in Arabic literature when something has a lot of something, it just gets called that I came from the fig means I came from the Valley of figs. Okay, so it's actually also referring to a location by way of what it's associated with, as a tune as olive. And if you know anything about biblical literature, Jesus spoke on the Mount of Olives or Mount Olive. Okay, so this is referring to Jerusalem.

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Okay, so the Ark of Noah, Jerusalem, Mount Sinai and Makkah, okay. Now there are five messengers who had more commitment than anyone else. According to Allah, they had the greatest commitment. That was new Khalifa, new Hado, salaam Ibrahim alayhi, salam, Mousavi, Saddam Hussein Saudi Salam, and also Allah Azza wa sallam. In a teen we get new. In as a tune, we get isa in turrisi. Nene, who do we get? Musa, and in this city, we get both Ibrahim and Russell's, like Saddam. So in these five, we get a reference to all five prophets. And Allah is swearing by these places, by the cause, you know, you know what trigger memory is, when you walk by a place you remember what happened there by

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referring to a place. He's not just referring to those prophets, but he's referring to their entire story. And their story is not just about them. It's about the people who bought themselves about the people who believed in them, and struggled alongside them. And it's also about the people who oppose them. That entire story can be captured by just one word, which is a theme, and another one as a tune. And then tourists in Mount Sinai is where he received the revelation challenges. The Pharaoh comes back and deals with the hypocrisy of the Israelites allow me to finish my thought, but it was a little break. And then this city, which is the struggles of Ibrahim alayhis, salam, the trials of

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Ibrahim alayhi, salam, and then the advent of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and his struggle with the coloration, the kuffaar, and all of it. And then Allah says, now that I have called upon in your mind, I've sworn by these places and these stories, these entire legacies, the point of bringing that to your attention, because the oath brings something to your attention. So you're ready for what He's about to say. He says he created the human being in the best possible form. And the stories have evidence to what that is. These profits themselves are evidence of how great human beings can be. Their followers are evidence to how great human beings can be. They're good legacy.

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The good people who followed them are evidence to how great human beings can be. But it's not just those who followed them. It's also those who oppose them. And those who violated their legacy down the road changed their religion and resorted to hypocrisy and made a mockery of the deen and all of that, right. So he says tomorrow rather than now who has philosophically then we reduce them to the lowest of the low

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rather than out by the way rather than like no Sarna

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rather than our who we reduced him. We reduced him as far as our feeling

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In his multiple dot Fil A, the lowest of the low. Right, so this is actually just in a few oats, he captures some of the most remarkable episodes in human history, and then summarizes these episodes prove human beings can be the best of the best. And it also proves they can be the worst of the worst to IATA. But what about the best of the best? And when I about the worst of the worst, but the question is, who's the majority

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is the best of the best the majority of the worst of the worst the majority. So you will think logically, after mentioning this, the worst of the worst should be first because they come in larger number and the best of the best should be second and the worst of the worst kind of make the angels point true. The angel said you're going to put someone on the earth who's going to spill blood

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who's gonna kill them, they say that and the majority has proven the angels right on many accounts. And Allah says I know something you don't know in the lemon Wella Tala moon. And when Allah says he knows that they don't know, is a reference to the few who believed and did good. The few who believed that did good is enough justification for Allah to keep the world going.

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Our existence is justified in these ayat by good people.

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By the prophets and their true followers, may Allah make us of them.

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Because if it wasn't for them, then everything the angel said is 100% true. Are you going to put someone here who spills blood causes corruption? Is that true? Yeah. Then why creative this and why creative? Allah says no, but there's something that's so much more powerful than all that corruption. And what is that? The few who believe and yet you know what Muslims don't understand that you know what they think? Why aren't we in the majority? When is Islam gonna win? Once everybody's gonna become Muslim? Once? Hold on. Allah didn't concern himself with quantity. What did he concern himself with? This entire story of humanity was about quality over quantity. That's what

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it was. Its entire philosophy of Islam is in short solos. Subhanallah Okay, that's been given let's go take a break somebody

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Yeah,