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Day 9 21.09

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We're live or we'll be learning him in a show flying over Raji.

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim all outta line he deaf that will desert guru USofA Hot Corner Harold one will then Khun Amin al Hurley key in order in

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a school Bessie what was the NI il Allah? What are La Mina long Hema Allah

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Al Hamdulillah Salatu was Salam o Allah rasool Allah, Allah Allah He was happy Jemaine salam alaikum. Everyone. We are waiting for someone who comes very soon. I'm sorry about that. Okay, so we're gonna start off I think maybe take the last pass at the last tire

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in the passing way, you're good with that. For now, I mean, if you feel that this may be something we can revisit all mechanic if something comes to me. I'll share with you. Yeah, I think we got as far as we were going to get at that

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moment. Yeah. So I think this is a this is a big one.

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We

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we worked on this a little bit. One of the questions really is bath Wellhausen Alberth Wellhausen right. So let me revisit this in my

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sources.

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So here they say Alberth fufill, ously Issara. To che with the free coup. Yes. Well, the theremin humeri jellen cathedra when he Yeah. And we use that in modern times to broadcastings disperse spread out broadcast and broadcast means casted abroad Yeah, yeah.

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We're kabbah theory here to Rob Yeah, many places in the Quran things like this. Yeah. Was Tor millefeuille alum, Allah de lo que cosa Hey, boo hoo a Sabra i Li, get a new home circular Allah He fellow will tickle him know when they will fail Federico Allah manual, you know, for her Muslim environment for all v star authenticity here. So then the fourth, the type of grief that you have to share with others, in order just to be able to beat it.

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That's the kind of idea that he says behind what is the connection between spreading out and broadcasting and sadness. So the correlation here would be in the previous if he did come out.

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Right. Yeah. And that he in a way distributed amongst his

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Yeah, for attorney who can hear so they get the idea that he's trying to put it on us. And they start yelling, Oh, okay. He says, no, no, that wasn't for you.

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So, okay, let's come back to this thought process. The other possibility was your visa and you're going to be banned at Farrell. So some scholars said that could be I 11. I love the Bethel fichero of Morocco.

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It's the type of grief the type of sorrow that actually sends you to distraction scatters your thoughts and makes it impossible for you to focus Yeah, why am I kind of alive and they'll call McCollum Apollo Toyota Tesla devilish gap.

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Hmm a call if you join him in in Nilesh Kuma be like him. I will avoid the combat, though literally it

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interesting. So what he's saying is that it appears that the previous statement that they made to him was some type of attempt to comfort him.

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That's how he's saying it. Okay, so he's seeing it or seeing that, you know, his generally seen.

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So the response to that then is, well, you know, you don't need to come from me, I'm not looking for your comfort.

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I'm not complaining to you. Actually, I'm not,

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you know, unburdening to you. So, that's one way to take it.

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I find that less convincing, not completely unconvincing, but I find it less convincing. Only because it seems like a dismissive response if they are being compassionate. Right. I had this what we call psychedelic thought, when we were discussing

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about the word birth. So let me just see before I say that whether or not sure discusses this usual thing

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about the word birth that is you know, Ireland was in or something like that. Well, birth Yeah. Alhambra Shaheed Yeah, well hold the funeral fishy. Moc. Wellhausen. And SF. So the contrast.

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Here he's understand but says great worry. Yeah. Well, he wasn't an SF LFA it's something that happened or that you missed out on. So he's comparing anxiety and sadness

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yeah for banal Hemi will has an alarm woman who saw Salvucci work at the stem Alia global Islam and who can determine with key female CD Yusuf is worrying about what's going to happen to us. That's my example My Earth, aluminum Kirby fuchal. But you can ask even Allah for Rocky, and it's also sad, having lost his sorrow. So one way or another, they have to look at birth you Hosni.

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So then some of them said birth is just an extreme level of husband was difficult then why? Why go to a lesser? Why I mentioned it in this way. Yeah, right. Or as if, you know, my extreme sadness, and also my ordinary sadness doesn't quite click as meaningless. So I've thought about that. If birth means, as it tells us,

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just got to something out there. What if it's not, in and of itself, referring to a type of sadness, but refers to the act of broadcasting machining? Yeah. So although, earlier on, we didn't intend to translate it in that way, if I was shot it in that way, this is this to display.

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You have to display this to display that sadness. And other times, it's within in the magical booth fee, or Hosni in Allah. And the thought process that, you know, we were sharing, or at least, what occurred to me at the time when we were discussing for the few lectures is that, you know, before this, he said yes, of Allah Yusuf. And he wasn't

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speaking to them as such, because they will learn one, but at the same time, anyway, they are hearing it. Yeah, so he feels like well, on this occasion, I didn't actually manage to keep it

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quiet and keep it separate. So relative to his intent. This was a kind of broadcasting a kind of [???]ting Yeah, maybe too strong a word. But it's like the inability Yeah, yeah, it's the inability to contain one's feeling. Okay, let's let's let's note it. So the fact that they responded as they did in this frustrating way and this way that doesn't give him any comfort and it's like, the increases their

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sort of contemptuous way of speaking to him. Then he is sort of complaining to God that Oh, I didn't manage on this occasion. And there's some occasions to keep it in. It's interesting you say this because it can also be that he's led out very little. And he's kept in much so the husband is actually much larger container. Yeah, that hasn't manifested and so you know, almost feels like

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I'm complaining to God is it of my or with my eyes? What I struggled with also

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companies is that the object of the complaint so

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be a school who means

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in a sense is a yes school men who are your school, your school and high school, Buffy were Hosni. So it's, it's given like them then what does that

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tell us? What does that point to? It means that I recognize it and I speak to God about it. And I say that this is something that I struggle with

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Yeah, was that when the processor was a part of a school

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was

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dyfi work was

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life a quality will kill that kill it a healer will have any animus so these are the things that he's identifies a lot in himself, you know,

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his weakness at that point in time the inability to find a way out of the situation and the way that people are treating him with disregard these are all just facts that he goes to Allah with us as these are the things that I'm struggling with.

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So the word complain Yeah, can you know can work but we might not. People might not easily understand what is meant by complaint because complaining means Oh, God you've done me wrong. I mean, I think in Common uses us we're complaining

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I think it should be I take my complaints

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or I you know, I express express my

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how to put this because I'm also thinking about what goes with express my struggles with

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Yeah.

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Or I take my pains to, you know, like, it's something along the lines of that, but we need to find a way to relate that to the thing that he's yes going. Yes.

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And outburst outcry.

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My

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I'm letting out of my pain it's as if what would my reading of this is a lot while is that very little of it has been led out

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the bus as overwhelmed as he is finally Yeah, as far as the use of comes out

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right yeah. So I tried to find a way

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to see like displays of sadness and feelings so displays and feelings of sadness

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as a way of touching on the two sides of the inner Yeah.

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So that's the possibility that birth itself has within it the meaning of a type of sadness.

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Which I'm not sure if they really

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I can recall of faciliate mentioned some poetic usage of that or not like I'm I'm taking this to the judge I'm taking this to the principal and thinking of the phrase I only take

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my outcry or am I outbursts or my display my feeling to God

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you know, as a figure of speech of taking the complaint to reporting the complaint to someone you know, yeah, I'm raising my complaint too. Yeah.

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So there's this

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hadith which Lucy mentions.

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It's maybe not necessarily a strong one, but it's

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in terms of the wording of something of interest. I mean, who knows it very well so the wicked man on Musa AB will emerald woman Bertha lamb your spirit.

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So their birth is not a word for a type of husband. No, it's outcry

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was an outburst wasn't able to contain himself. And what I like about outbursts here is that, you know, we wouldn't necessarily characterize where he where he did or said here's an outburst by himself might feel that with it by his standard Why have I Why did I let this out? And it's you know, it's the regret is also that they heard it Yeah, because what comes from them is even more painful and you know, the reading that they were being compassionate also gets kind of weakened by the fact that he's going on to say what Allah when Allah He may Allah Tala moon which is kind of like,

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you know,

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push pushing them aside a little bit. Like, yeah, he the way he is, he's concerned with them. He's, you know, don't come home from one door, and all of it and don't lose hope. He's not going to be unnecessarily harsh with them when they're trying to be compassionate.

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This is him this summer. I 86.

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Like the juice of it is just leave me alone. Let me be with Allah. I wasn't talking to you. So should we see this as relating back to 84? Here when he said, Yeah, SFR the use of Is this him doing that? And then he's explaining here? Yeah. Because 85 is directly related to 84. So then, should we then say, I am only or

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Yeah.

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Because otherwise the innama like the interviewer could have a couple of different

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possibilities and I think that the common way that people will read this, as you know, oh, that's really bad is to say, I only complain to God and to nobody else. Yeah, that's why you shouldn't ever complete any which is not necessarily a bad reading of it. But what I'm asking is maybe is that even the correct reading? And then from that, extrapolate that nobody should ever you know, texting anybody Yeah, express any sadness or you know, has to be between you and Allah only because your hopes in

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Allah this is the really

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Yeah, I know that you also you talked about this.

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So if you understand the NEMA as being part of that response

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then he's just telling them that's what he's doing. Yeah, he's not laying it down as a rule for himself even no just left me alone. Just I was only talking to Allah it wasn't talking to you.

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So then my whole theory of a birth then gets weakened from that perspective I think now the fact that I even let this out now it wasn't for you it's the helper still works

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I can only take to Allah the weakness with which I couldn't contain my

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my sorrow. Okay. So we were thinking about better alternatives to complaining to raising my complaint to God or taking my company to God Yeah.

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Then we have to change it to like out about

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We can put to God at the end I think it'll still work will work well I think

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I'm only taking my complaint about my outbursts or yeah my feelings of sadness to God it becomes a bit difficult to process those sentence

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I think in this know that outburst feels too strong

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my outburst and grief my outcry

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my what's uh what are alternatives to outcry or outburst well what I had as working transition was displace

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I mean displease it's a bit hard but we use we have displays of affection we have the expression yeah

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so it's not displays it's not displays by itself is the displays of sadness it has to be understood that way otherwise it doesn't make sense

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whereas a few letting out

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there's still too many words

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we

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the feelings of sadness, restlessness, expression release

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expressions.

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outcry sounds more like anger. Yeah, to me outbursts sounded like anger to actually my problem is then we will make it sound like you're saying I only complain to God about my outbursts and

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my feelings of sadness as if there's a complete separation between these two things

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someone said expressions I think that that's a good alternative for displays

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how about we combine it and say

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my expressions and

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deep seated feelings of sadness meaning sadness is representative both was worth 10,000 But the internal that's what I'm trying to do. Yeah. Now I see what you're trying to do. Yeah, my there's not displays by itself is supposed to be so let's maybe consider expressions you think that maybe yes please

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but I think withheld, withheld or contained or.

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Or

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it may be over just might be overdoing it because trying to trying to really compensate for that. Because it's already they haven't heard sneeze. This was funny.

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We didn't say something particular about it. But the birth is maybe a husk because it's that part of the husband that comes out. Yeah. But the US will have sadness, I'm gonna be taking my complaint to God about my expressions and feelings of sadness. I'm only taking my complaint to God about my expressions and feelings of sadness.

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I think it works.

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Then I thought while I know, yes, that's important.

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Because I was trying to think, how does this par link and how is it relevant to the first part? It's very beautiful. Maybe it's the case that well, I'm complaining. So you see me sad and you may think that I don't have hope. I do have what I do. And it's actually my hopefulness does not eliminate my sadness. Because those are both complicated as they are coexisting

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someone can be hopeful and sad at the same time so I've gone with things that you don't know it

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can be all sorts of things Yeah. No, it's

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there's no need for improvement there.

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Tomorrow

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okay.

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My son's

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so the hustle so maybe we need to think a bit about the word duster so

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I mean, we kind of know what the etymology is here. It was okay.

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They said Fidel ruffle for the oil mineral his

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oval oscillated there are a couple has to perceive something with the senses

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I was almost thinking sniff out Yeah, no, I get I get what you were Yeah, look at that also has was tolerable SS

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was there my local photographer stemma doula who fillers me mana who Korean woman who just was Jim

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Aquila, who will be for sure.

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We'll have a

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nice

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what would be a no clear winner for to just this one. This

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I coulda shoulda

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coulda flew around him said Oslo just Missoula elk without Ruffo nope de so you know feeling the pulse of something

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that helped me be here Allah Sati will model what a hustle means.

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Okay maybe just in his hotel room. You will recall his soil has

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also been it has been no doubt Ruffo you would recall his fell just suit our roof halen

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ma Mandelic Helen Merman. Delic Alright.

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Where are we then?

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You say go out. This maybe? Just sounds a bit funny. So

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yeah, I like your sniff out idea. But it sounds 200 Certainly. Yeah, exactly. That's calling them dogs, something that we do on Saturday. So I tried to dial it a little bit of trace trace.

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Trying to trace

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so what do you say you call me following a D or something you track the deer? Yeah.

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That's again, hunting terminology. Right.

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But the hustler so minues have

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to get a feel for where Youssef and his brother might be

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serving our shoulders pointing to the fact that these words have a sense of seeking up to something

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subtly and secretly

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another subtlety here that I think is needed It's the feeling right don't go into like ask where it is useful as such but just go and quietly as some questions figure things out it's also interesting that brothers that are extremely insensitive are given a word that is deeply Kirk correlated with sensitivity with SRS and they have no sensitivity towards abusive men as well.

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Right as a kind of a subtle

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get a softer soft corner for your brother

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get a sense of the whereabouts Yeah, yeah

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so elaborating a bit of the widow was from with Budapest we

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are I think it corrected I missed a letter that's fine.

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Get a sense of the whereabouts

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of Joseph and his brother

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as you do so don't lose hope in God delivering relief

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we've got the Rohilla

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now we'll lay Rohilla So Gods relief

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we're using the same time No, especially here.

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Here I did this after you saw I kind of adopted some of your words. No, that's fine.

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That point is I thought Yeah, no, that's that's what I feel as well. So don't give up hope Merola I just thought first to spell it out a little bit. The relief that comes from God. If you say the gods relief I just feel that meaning is not immediately apparent. Like yeah, it can't be understood but that's why are you delivering

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or delivering Uh huh. But am god delivering relief

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is hope and God delivering relief I think it changes the

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sense of it a bit

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as opposed to hoping relief delivered by god

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yeah but then I can you know, I can also see that this is smoother and

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God

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don't lose hope that God delivers relief go verbal on this

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Don't give up hope

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in the relief that comes from God

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I think this is yeah this is a thoughtful re ordering of the words

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yeah

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because ultimately is going to you don't this hoping that makes sense. Well, let's say so.

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Yeah, man. Well hello has been essentially

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mean Allah He although he

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let Takato Rahmatullah.

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Okay, and don't give up hope and God lived in relief.

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The truth is none but the people have no faith.

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And so combos relief

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gives us hope, I hope

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I

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was waiting for someone to point out that type of jammer pointer nobody she noted it nobody's gonna notice

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nobody gives up and goes relief except the people face so I don't always stick with the accepting that nobody Allah

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except that I fell here

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it was like nobody does this except you know there's a sense of really disparaging that type of person

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that comes from seeing it this way in English

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nobody gives up hope and Gaza live Do you

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accept people of no faith?

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Not necessarily No

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Nobody gives up hoping gods are the fix up people have no faith. And so what do we get from Elcom Alka FuRON so what's that that was the the URL doesn't have to translate into

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Yeah, well what do you get from the use of foam at all? You know so a little caffeine room

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but deliver delivery meaning

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Yeah, what does a general question I'm curious

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what do we what do we derive from the use the calm if you like of home?

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The convenience of a comb? I think it's

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so I look after your own is sort of an adjective, right? Which makes it an identity more than an adjective.

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Like we don't identify with these people.

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Like pie.

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They are just completely distinct. From there's there's a there's an added layer of separation when you call them I will call McAfee alone because you know you can have you can be part of the same column and some people are coughing within your column.

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Right and that sense and I'll call MacGuffin is just another alien people altogether like we have nothing to do with people like that so that I tricked you

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into bringing back the the okay because that sounds like you got me

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I got I got

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okay good

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88 Watch out for your questions now.

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Playing 4d Chess over here

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right so But Amanda Hello Ollie

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so when they came into his court I use came into this court as well just for the June that okay

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they said

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Your Highness because this is what we use we stuck with it yeah

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xizhou So you will with our stricken by okay

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okay, I can I can see your objection now. We're seeing it let's see I didn't look at your wording here we and I found that must have been Oh you've done similar Yeah. So you could see hardship has stricken us yes. Is a better

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stricken a struck us struck us now has taken struck

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stricken stricken

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Yeah.

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Yeah. Miss Santa okay. How she was touched us is very it's off though.

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But is it that soft in the Arabic? No. Ill

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Kamiya Kamala via the habit of shaytaan omitted miss the Muscovy be harmful

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has scraped US has grazed US has

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what words for touch can we apply here

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this is

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not covered No.

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hit us

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hit. It's kind of like a long lens or a saga. Okay, but this is a different word choice than then struck is fine.

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Yeah.

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We've been rattled by now it has rattled US has

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so I think we're gonna have to

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get rid of the Pacific into the Yeah, exactly. Yeah. hardship, or what did you see? Troubles

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has struck

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us

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and our families

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I would even venture I know

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He won't let me venture but struck not only us, but our families too.

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It says if the now would have been enough, but they

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wanted to

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express the extent of their desperation and bring the family into the equation because they're trying to again plead to his generous side,

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afflicted

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and shrouded downed.

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Okay, the veteran and others

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are jitna

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bebida it Moosejaw you were seeing this theory, the most powerful is something then you didn't want to tell people. What did you want to see? See it now?

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About this idea?

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Okay.

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Okay.

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Because Because when we ponder on it, then we get better translations. Okay, fine. Now, you told me so

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Yusuf Ali Salam was in a position of absolute

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powerlessness, when much older men, young men are beating and pushing them pushing them down into a well, right. And he's in a state of absolute despair. And I don't imagine anyone being in a situation like that, that's not going to have nightmares, and have memories of that Trump traumatic experience, not to mention crying out for his dad. And, you know, why did they do this and, like, it's an overwhelming kind of an experience, people that go through this, usually get diagnosed with PTSD and things like that. Right. So this is not something that goes away easily. And he's been Allah has given him the ability to not only cope with that, move forward and be an extremely

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productive human being, you know, people and it's remarkable in his life, he keeps having massive traumatic experiences one after the other,

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which for most people would rattle their faith, but they only seem to strengthen his right. So, you know, somebody who was falsely imprisoned and then got out recently, there was a case of Adnan, I don't know if you've heard Yeah, right. He just got released. Alhamdulillah. Right. So person, like that gets out, and it's gonna be very hard for them. And it's without faith to not think about how many years of their youth that they lose, right? I've been cheated. I've been cheated. You know, what they did with me, you know, what they you know, and even while they're in jail, man, I'm not even supposed to be here, why they put me here and the system is broken. But we know when he was

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talking to the guards, or not the guards, the inmates, he didn't bring any of that up. He didn't bring up his false imprisonment. He didn't, you know, he's just positive. And in fact, he's even talking about the fever Allah has done to him and his family while he's there, right. So it's remarkable. But then when he comes back,

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and he's now in this position of power, and his brothers are in front of him, all of the first memory that comes back in his mind, I want you to just put yourself in those shoes for a moment. What's the first thought that comes? When's the last time you saw them? Right. The last memory he has of them is a vicious, vile, ruthless memory. Right. And as a human being, it's impossible for you to not remember all of that in one surge. So that Asakura useful for PFC is not a small straw. Right? It's a very massive bottling up that he had to do in that moment. It's interesting. He's got his own bottling up to do and younger by some has his own bottle going through, right. So okay, so

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now we're here in this moment. And he sees his brothers in the same kind of weakness and powerlessness. Like they stand literally where he stood. And he's standing where they are. And he sees Allah's justice play out in this, you know, really remarkable way. Right? And this is the time to, you know,

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it's just, it's impossible to contain yourself. It's, and he wanted this for them. Actually, one thing I didn't share with you guys, why is use of sending them back and forth. Because one of the things about these young men who are now older men, is that they never felt remorse for what they did. So call it pride, call it their their bias, whatever you call it, it that there's a wall and that wall was not broken. Right. And he could overpower them, and he could throw them in jail if he wants to at the first encounter. He won't do that. Because, yes, he will break them, but they're still not sorry. In fact, once they recognize his use of one of them must have said, told you should

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have killed them.

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That's the only regret we have as he got away and now he's got the upper hand on us. They haven't been humbled. He doesn't want to defeat his family. He wants to restore his family. And the only way to restore it is for these there

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I took a break, when he heard Oh, he had a brother who stole two. He knows that even though they're financially humbled, they're not completely broken yet. They're not in a position to humble themselves to the mistake they made yet.

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After all these years he like he finally sees them in a place that they're so beaten down. Like here they don't even have enough food to bring to get like they didn't come back just to find use of his brother, you have to understand coming on a long trip like that takes money, money, they don't have to begin with family starving to whatever little savings they have, they got to bring because they need the next year supply of food rice flour, whatever they gotta get. And they know they don't have enough and the same thing that they offended the last time they have to come and beg in front of him like how humiliated do you have to be? This is the this is the downward decline from not normal

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spot. In Bernal a few badali movie, like this is how they saw themselves this band is unbroken band, the first thing is, you know, the imagery of sticks bound together. When one of them breaks off, they get a little weaker, they get a little looser, one of them already broke off. Right? Couldn't couldn't go back with them. And now they've come back and they have nothing. Understanding of like use of ERISA powerless, right. So this is this is probably one of the most powerful moments of redemption and use of a Sam's life. And it's not like he wanted this for them. But there's no choice but to for them to be in this place before they can have any hopes of being redeemed. So it's the

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end, you know, a lot of people are wronged in this life, and they don't get that redemption. They don't you know, the person who wronged them is never brought in this place. And actually, most people, they just want revenge, they don't want the person to be redeemed, they want them to be broken. He doesn't want them to be broken. Right? If he wanted them broken, he could have done that in the first encounter. He wants them just he wants the the wall of pride to be broken. And so when they come here with him, and they what they say it's sorry, the spot.

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bizarre thing was just like, what do we have?

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Like, Your Honor, we got?

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Yeah, we can't even take care of our families. These are the people half your own ethnos via Look at how big like Meek they've become right? It's it's absolutely mind blowing. What's happened with them, as Allah has power over. Volley mean, right, they can if you want to good for them. And maybe sometimes the good he has for them is that he breaks them a little bit. That's the best way to fix them.

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You know?

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That's what makes the cya.

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So then, so the tone is important that we have we get this feeling across as well. Yeah, I just, you know, I started puzzling over something

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was that.

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So there is some discussion and when he tells them

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what's he supposed to tell them here they came and they said that what happened to their son the stolen.

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Now Binyamin is love for him. And another son is lost to him who stayed in Egypt, they've told them about this.

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So what are they supposed to do?

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How are they supposed to deal with the situation? What is the expected instruction now?

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I think there's a time go back and appeal to use of go back for more food.

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I think for sovereign Jamil means nothing more can be done now.

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At least for now. And I want my reading of this Allahu Allah is that this is the next year

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because they're coming back with suppliers to get food, which means they've run out of food yet again. And the first time they came, it was for the food. So this is actually you know what he says for southern Jamil? It seems what's correlated with that semantically is nothing more can be done except soldier mean.

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Right? So just like counter intuitively, the first time he didn't say, I know you're lying. Get out of the house. Don't show your face until you bring him back. He didn't do that. Because he knew it's there's nothing can be done at this point. It seems it's it's not stated but understood that nothing more can be done to retrieve him at this point.

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You know, so

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the presumably they were sent back without.

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I mean, they'd fill their bags with goods and then they'd been stopped as thieves. We don't know exactly what happened to the were they allowed to leave with the the photo was all confiscated. Because at this point now when they're coming back, it could be they had to

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go back empty handed and take back their goods, then bring those same goods back and say, Well, maybe the whole thing was confiscated from them because because implication, but then they're coming back, which would make it less time elapse, you know, pass my last time pass. Yeah. And when he says some herbal

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you know, is he telling them go to Egypt? You would understand that, you know, the hustle main use of what he why did why would you think the use of is there? That's the question that does arise. Yeah.

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The brother of use of hijab

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and we understand this to be Binyamin, although he's got two brothers there. Yeah.

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So go get a sense of the whereabouts of Joseph and his brother and office 3.0. That was happening as he is got a sense of that the use of fire Islam is somehow they are somehow there's some involvement implication, go and find out.

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Well, I think it also could mean that use of as mentioned first, right, even though he's the former last, so by implication, it could be on the road there just asked about use of again, like, he doesn't know that he was in Egypt. But I know that he knows where the brother is. Yeah, so getting a sense of his brother is more about getting a sense of where he is in trial. Is he enslaved? Is he in jail? Can we pay a penalty, but use of you could be on the way Hey, have you heard of someone named Musa

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just investigate, and the role here could be broader than just finding them but could also be

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you know, you'll get food and the you know, the king will be generous, don't worry, that's not up to him, that's up to Allah, Allah will give, but as you're going for your own survival, just remember your brothers. And that sense, maybe that secondary meaning of the hasta su also kind of gets highlighted, still remain sensitive to the you know, to your brothers, you know, of them. So that's why I was thinking there might be a kind of separation between Hubble and Fatah has this was so

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the translation here you would get from it that go and get a sense go to get a sense go for that purpose, which may indeed be where he means Yeah, but he might mean go go there for the purpose of acquiring food as your as you need to do.

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And while they're do this, but there was a stronger sense that we get from the fair

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is that if you know that's what you're supposed to do. That's your priority. It hobble fantasise

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okay. Just overthinking

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good overthinking yeah I don't mind not apologizing so when they came into his court said Your Highness hardship has struck us and our families too.

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And here we are with a measly offering

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yeah

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here we are. We have come with meager items to pay with

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here we are is good

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but please give us for them so please is not aware that we usually you know I'm in public last summer

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it was just we don't have a word for it here Yeah. But you know it's in English if you're asking for something you don't just say give us

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please despite that give us the full amount

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I went to charitable because used and I think that is better than generous as they had

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and be charitable to us.

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Because then he repeats the charitable

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and he knows concerns Your Highness hardship structures in our families too. And here we are with a measly offering

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the Bedard numbers chat and right widget not be built in widget and happy but okay

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yeah

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so you're saying suppose but please give us for LV Linnell kale amount

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the full amount Yeah.

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Yeah, I said regardless.

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The or despite that produce it but that's fine.

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It's fine. It's more immediate, more desperate to

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and be charitable to us.

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God certainly repays the charitable

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yeah I'll take it

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okay then deal

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I'm just going to image sit in the federal fee

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and look

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for available key A

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on it and pursue local law and order the order at her if it's suburbia I could also be so in light of that I'm thinking about working

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there that's what's got me thinking

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McDonald notarial law little bit lucky clean. Ah okay. And forgotten this part of the explanation and they said to set the tiling and the cubby and give us our brother back also

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it doesn't really affect the translation so people are saying measly sounds more informal than meager? I don't know mueslis also

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got measles

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it is slightly probably is probably slightly more informal but I think it's formal enough

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and you know within

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dialogue

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with we're trying to reflect something more sometimes closer to how people speak

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I'll do a little googling measly to get a sense of it's

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ridiculously small or few says in far more here

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maybe it's more informal than I thought.

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I mean they formally said it's informal

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meager in quality or quantity

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scanty

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yeah

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let's see some poetry

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miserable inadequate poultry you like poultry? No I don't I mean I love poultry that poultry and poultry

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does have some poultry Shawerma

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poultry some nice word

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inadequate isn't

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too formal to not villager

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meager lacking in quantity or quality

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which vertical with meager I mean I was gonna quit pathetic but okay okay

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that's more in our spoken those

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of American history for you as well

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me gosh

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okay

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he said

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hello I live to my file to be useful for working here and to Jaylon

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Smith

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diverged a bit here

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and I limped on I'm thinking like what sense could this be that are you aware are you conscious

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of what you did?

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You know like the Do you know what you've done

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so I went with that only because that is a written Did you know what you did?

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Yeah, I don't know the past. Hello. Do you know what you did? You did know what you did. Did you know what you're done? Did it

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nobody noted it? You know, to speak bad English in a way that I can communicate because that's my converting it all the time. I'm actually a painter who done did it. This is this is the real me.

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Cool.

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Okay. Hello, LM Tom. Of course.

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You could see okay, this is past tense. So, I mean, doesn't have to be translated that way. Yes.

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How about this? Are you aware? It's not a bad I'm not in disagreement.

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Are you even aware?

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Whoa, you added a word

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What is happening to you?

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Did you like drink a Juta of my cup or something?

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Well I'm just just focusing

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for consideration you didn't even realize this right?

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Don't tell anyone right so let's let's consider whether that gets us closer to the tone of voice saying

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Are you even aware of what you did? So you could just see it very plainly like do you know there was a thing that you did go I don't think it's like that it's like did you even realize what you did?

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Yeah

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Is he perhaps feeling at this point that

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still after all this you know what you did to use of in his brother Ray

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so it's not even then I think the even

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implies that somehow they're supposed to have said something about it. Yeah.

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Just didn't think that the word no, you did go what you did to your did for the two right. You know that right.

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So, in dream we learned about the word hell

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Hellena and the difference purchase Hell yeah. So it's a question. Yeah.

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Are

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we gonna travel again?

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So I'm just waiting for the question. Right.

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Condescending lady at the airport. She's the best.

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It says gate one. 257 Right. So gate 40 is over there. Right. So you have to go through here right? Because you get what

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she did, right? Five times that German guy aspirational.

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One day thing to watch one day inshallah somebody remembers to somewhat interesting. Nice. Nice. Nice.

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So are you aware

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of what you did to Joseph and his brother?

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When I was translating first I forgot the brother then you remind me he's got a brother. Why did the Joseph and his brother

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back when you and Tom J lone.

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Cipher back when

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you were reckless? Of course. jehlen. Plain easy transition to the ignorance and then there are other shades. You know? Yeah.

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Did we have Jaden already in this

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surah.

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Manager, he didn't write it. Okay.

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We didn't use the word reckless there, though. You said impulsive.

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Yeah, this is a different than that.

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So you've you've given this possibility, reckless.

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I used to sort of broader term ignorance that could encompass different manifestations of ignorance. So I said a state of ignorance. Yeah, the kind of cover, you know, the way we talk? Generally, yeah, yep. Yep.

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Rather than just you were ignorant, and you didn't know we're in a state of your actions, and everything betrayed a general state of ignorance as if I were to spell it out. Jehle is a state of being drowned in your own emotions, to not take into any consideration restraint that you should exhibit. So someone Jilin their speech and someone who has no restraints in their speech, because they have, if they're angry, whatever words come out of their mouth, they come out, they're being judged at the time. They can be judged with their hands naked. Because if you lose control over your feelings, you become jackal. When Musa alayhis salam is extremely angry, because they said something

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so dumb. He's about to throw some punches. He says to Allah, Allah, Allah here and akuna minal Jalen, one of the four it can be I'm, I'm going to lose my temper. I'm going to lose control over my restraint. And not good, good things don't happen when I throw punches. So

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yeah, it can be ignorance as in the opposite of knowledge, but it's also opposite over restraint.

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When you showed no restraint when you I mean, even reckless is kind of innocent. You know, teenagers can be reckless when they

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Driving.

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The word here illustrates you were so drowned in your own echo chamber, your own feelings, your own alternative reality that everything else you had dissonance from nothing else made sense to you. And you were actually in that state

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without any breaks

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so a couple of thoughts

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you know, can we tie the same word back so over there was impulsive and if you'd like to work reckless, we could use it both for stock number one

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but number two

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I believe was when you were unenlightened

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because there's a case of them for singing or talking about how by him saying that he's implying that while you're not sure he'll know I actually know recognize the new some level of realization Yes.

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is oblivious a good word?

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Oblivious

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it can be Yeah.

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seems to fit some of the

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so that's more like life alone. I suppose. Yeah. Okay, someone pointed out something interesting in your comment feed

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or this or

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this

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deluded and are back

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someone says something unbridled. No, they said something about the contrast between

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not that far back

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there was something about the use of ILM and gehele in the same idea Hmm Which got me thinking about something

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I don't see it here but

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okay, whoever spoke of element Jahaz speak again don't don't ask them because there's a homie

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that was a false

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read on. Okay. Do me a favor All right. Someone says something. Anyway, the the comparison this they said something brief that I thought about this is what I thought

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I'll allow him to

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could it be along the lines of quantum telephone? My file? Did you know what you were doing? When you were ignorant?

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Does this make sense? Yeah. Yeah.

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And by the way, regarding this question mark as such, not Did you know what you did? But did you know what you were doing? Uh huh.

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That is a different sort of question. The changes that question Yeah.

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Even Asha says about the question that it is for Toby was obvious, but I think it's almost like not a question as a rhetorical question. Okay, again, that's that is already what we understood I guess.

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Alright, not much.

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But can we justify the MALDI like that? I'll laugh altum

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so what was the like the do one thing to Binyomin was a thing that they did

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no, they would have been doing

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so

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well

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yeah. So file to abuse of this kind of can clearly refer to one event and incident and crime.

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What a key word we understand here from there. I think it's I think it's Ijaz but I think it refers to all of it.

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Like the the aggregate of what you've done with these two, it's not enough in this particular Binyamin for here McCann we will be Luna will be use of Minnelli heritability to Nephele Okowa there it is Politehnica Allah Delica zoomin zoom manager hella to him complicated and to injure him

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so there isn't you know it has been rent that way. That's it been our shoulder there

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no one other there could flood one level and in Hawaii little delicate, kind of subtle and you're dealing with so like one of the interpretations is like what you did to his brother by taking us away.

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So that's possible and it's still one event.

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Do you understand how disgusting what you did? Was the manager Polycom cube whoa

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Have you Okay here's another way right so here's what he's saying.

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Have you ever realized how wicked that thing you did was back when you were ignorant about what what's right and wrong have you know realized

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so it's kind of a question of you know, have you heard? Have you changed Have you actually changed? Has it dawned on you now?

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How have you come to know what it is that you did? Yes Have you come to know what it really illimitable this now because this makes more sense in terms of the words have you now come to know

01:00:52--> 01:00:55

do you now know Yeah, I'll allow him to you know Yeah.

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Meant to be live the minute we have been asked a lot of mental events if I now

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come to believe or come to affirm

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you released

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have you now realized

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but it's it's would be emphasis would it be let's finish the sentence and then see what it is you did

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Joseph and his brother

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but back in your

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Yeah

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have you realized what it is you'd have to Joseph in his brother back in your state of ignorance

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yeah

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we could have you know, realized I'm not totally against it. I just feel I just feel like it should be

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Have you not realized what would highlight

01:02:11--> 01:02:17

that has this experience of your pride being broken now made you realize

01:02:21--> 01:02:30

Yeah, you're finally humbled humbled. Yeah. They're just they're just makes it clear what we're trying to say with this word realize Yeah.

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I'm going to look at some other translations

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do you know what you did? When you were

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mothers? Could somebody someone's

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Oh,

01:02:51--> 01:02:53

I think this might be a typo.

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He said Do you know how you dealt with Joseph and his brother knowingly?

01:02:59--> 01:03:02

Maybe Maybe this guy mistake two this was your handling

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Did you know what you did with yourself and his brother when you were ignorant? That's Did you know

01:03:10--> 01:03:19

Do you know what you do? You know what you have done with Joseph and his brother when you were ignorant? Okay, what have I done? It should be what he did. Yeah.

01:03:20--> 01:03:25

Do you remember what you did to Josephat his brother in your ignorance?

01:03:27--> 01:03:28

You remember as a different take on it.

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A few have gone there.

01:03:34--> 01:03:42

Let's see some others. Do you realize someone's got what you did with Joseph and his brother and your ignorance

01:03:45--> 01:03:52

and let's see Do you know realize oh, there you go. Hadn't had him as Dean I realize I'm not Halima well people ahead there you go.

01:03:53--> 01:03:56

Yeah. Steady steady

01:03:59--> 01:04:04

Do you know realize what you did to Joseph and his brother when you're pregnant? There's a vase close to everything

01:04:05--> 01:04:09

what he's got Do you know realize who's gonna have you know released putting the different

01:04:13--> 01:04:33

what is but also like there there's a difference because what it is you did to Joseph Yeah, like it's more like the the severity of the significance The specifics of it, not the glossing over of not just the follow up to views of all you realize what you did was disappointing. Oh, yeah. We talked about well, is that what you did what it is? You did? Yeah.

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We just I mean, we didn't come back with them.

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We have the shirt thing right the shirt. We shouldn't take the shirt. We dirty this shirt. We didn't even wash it after the

01:04:46--> 01:04:56

I don't think it's just what you did is what it is that you did. I know what you did. I know we lost him in the woods, last ignorance.

01:04:59--> 01:05:00

Mistakes were made

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A dad Mistakes were made

01:05:03--> 01:05:04

my bad

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okay, back in your state of business okay with that

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yeah

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good

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all right here's I don't normally see the guests or something like that but it's just

01:05:20--> 01:05:28

there is a lot within the in knucklehead use of price so I put some of that into the column let me see what I mean

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I feel that you're trying to make part of another question

01:05:39--> 01:05:42

so we have to go back to the gym classes about the Hamza

01:05:45--> 01:05:46

Well, it's the soul

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right yeah

01:06:03--> 01:06:09

so I tried I did something along the lines of what you put but I tried to just make it just all a question Is it really you? Are you Joseph

01:06:17--> 01:06:21

Can you put me can put.dot.in his translation right?

01:06:23--> 01:06:25

Depends for what is it really you

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are huge.

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But there's a in that color.

01:06:35--> 01:06:37

We don't have that. So in America

01:06:41--> 01:06:47

Yeah. Well let people add their own dots in their imagination. Stick that in here.

01:06:49--> 01:06:49

And

01:06:53--> 01:06:55

is it really you? Are you Joseph? Okay.

01:06:56--> 01:06:59

Can we do all caps and it could even be are you ready? Joseph?

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Yeah.

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That's the don't see one. Yep.

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Well, I got them for the

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book.

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I read more comic books and books.

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In that sort of big thing, when people are thinking like, no, and to us.

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Okay, we might have added one level of Tokyo more.

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But it's not pure mathematics. It's are you yet? You feel good?

01:07:50--> 01:07:53

Some people have, like, we talked about

01:07:54--> 01:07:57

this theory someone had about that min,

01:07:58--> 01:08:02

the wrestler on the broadcast, or that was a private conversation.

01:08:03--> 01:08:04

That wasn't no conversation.

01:08:06--> 01:08:12

So there's a theory and I saw again, someone shared the video today. I

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think it's a Sudanese scholar. He had this suggestion that the fact that men that is read and especially Yeah,

01:08:21--> 01:08:29

where this diagram of well known into the other way, and then some of the Qura, you know, restored that in a way by either

01:08:30--> 01:09:17

having a very small Dhamma when the first noon. So they say that Amona, certainly very short, Malika MeLuna. That's unusual way, most people don't do it that way. The other way that you can do it, even a half an hour, some of the, you know, majority reading, there's two ways of reciting it. But mostly people will teach one another. The way that usually would teach is that you do a silent parsing of the lips, right. Malaika learned that men use of anything or hear anything that's called Fishman. Yeah. So both of them are ways to restore the fact that there's actually two wounds, and there's no reason for one to be removed. Right? No grammatical reason for it to be that manner, rather than

01:09:17--> 01:09:26

that, man, Luna. Yeah. So the reason could be and Allah knows best that actually this was all the known is removed, so that

01:09:27--> 01:09:59

there will be these ways to just indicate it silently or almost silently. And that points to the situation that the brothers were in, where they were sort of concealing their real intentions. And they're saying, Oh, Dad, why don't you let us go where his well wishes? Mm hmm. Right. So that's why our translation had this, you know, kind of the pan aspect just to kind of show that some they might be betraying and letting slip something of their true intentions. Then, we had, you know, another discussion

01:10:00--> 01:10:14

Once upon a time about the wave of disease, and when you apply the didgeridoo rules to her response and reaction when Yusufzai slam raises to the door, and then they meet their,

01:10:15--> 01:10:21

you know, her husband at the door, and then she just got mad as a

01:10:22--> 01:10:27

woman or rather be Alec as Sue and

01:10:29--> 01:11:00

as Jana and one other one early or eco guy just got back one second after I did that, right? So, all of that, in a sense, the moodlemoot the voltage read rules is not based on just randomness or choice or emotion. But the whaling and drama correspond so well to that. And if you wanted to, in a sense, embody what she is bringing to the energy she's bringing to that moment, then yeah, it would follow. So maybe the sound rose on here.

01:11:02--> 01:11:09

And apparently once I said and I don't even remember seeing it, but my student was reminding me that I said something but there but yeah.

01:11:12--> 01:11:16

We were we didn't know what to do this for some reason.

01:11:18--> 01:11:19

Oh, in Nicola NTUC.

01:11:22--> 01:11:22

Yeah.

01:11:25--> 01:11:27

Right. Yeah. So that's because some one of your

01:11:29--> 01:11:44

people following along suggested that you? Yeah. So you could even hear that in a way in, in, in Africa. Yeah. in Kerala and you just don't think that things are random in the Quran even the way that

01:11:45--> 01:12:10

the words sound is part of how Allah sent it down. And then there are varieties in recitation and, but there are things that still point to core intent in the Quran to reach you by means of sound as of course number one, we would consider a ritual by means of meaning. Okay, so, with that, we're gonna take our first break, and go read Islamic namaz

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Okay, ready let's fill those slots we'll set up models with the pilot and he was ah man Where do we leave off was a mute confusions over I gotta take that up okay a yeah yep is it you I really Joseph? slight adjustment there he replied

01:29:38--> 01:29:39

I am Joseph

01:29:42--> 01:29:46

and that is my brother. Doesn't seem to be much you can do with that

01:29:48--> 01:29:55

it's as simple as not as straight as straight talking as when a good thing. Yeah. You wouldn't want to stick things into the

01:29:56--> 01:29:57

I am Joseph

01:29:59--> 01:29:59

Oberg

01:30:00--> 01:30:06

karma because that's what they're asking. And what's more, no not really. And this is my brother

01:30:09--> 01:30:11

God has certainly been gracious to us I said

01:30:12--> 01:30:16

Allah has no favorite favorite us so it's our turn now

01:30:22--> 01:30:25

yeah let's see what the different ways this may be understood

01:30:26--> 01:30:28

for the men hello hi Lena

01:30:35--> 01:30:41

somebody asked how do I see how that occurs? I have a lot to say about it but now right now you

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saw on YouTube because not all there's a thing I'm going to do on

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the news story night

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I talk a lot about that one

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mafatlal Allahu beaker, middle empty nanny

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when Arizona Z or kinetic could be a key.

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Well ism in Dec efficient income and effort. Okay, sorry. Okay.

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Okay, okay, sorry. Sorry. Sorry. I feel deeply connected to him.

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That will make no sense. Nothing.

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Well, John Gottman eluxury and Abu Bakar Mustafa. Okay, the Holloman use of it free.

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Water Okay, Bobby NFE better than

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the other. I mean, I believe Phil Haley Hina is in Hollister when you're gonna Heather Okay, in Neville. khadas So what do we want to understand from criminal law hi Lena.

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It's basically it His way of saying like they said athletic Aloha Lena.

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Is there responding to mon Allahu Allah? You're right. Allah has

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Habermas Tama thermal fit taggi That's why they're a key man Jimmy Leahy by now whomever editorial Forca geoglyph Codman Allahu Alina biannually looks good.

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Enough I got Phil jammer.

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Well

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would you let him know that he was totally illegitimate Allahu arlena for yourself at a slam hit duckula was sobre Binyamin sobre Willem Yasi love Canada Korea.

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Are the use of Islam tally Maha Musa. ELLIPTA rude Illa near me later Allah wa sallam I left the coil with the whole look of the summary 31 Vietnam limited philosophy with the FE woolum Your spiritual Allah is very heavy himedia Houma la him

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they're acknowledging the ethos.

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I don't

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Okay, yeah. In terms of the early

01:33:15--> 01:33:28

complaint that Youssef and Yeah, his brother were Yeah, beloved. Okay. But still, I mean, even so, you should have been patient over you're feeling right the case, right? It's still fear.

01:33:30--> 01:33:32

I am Joseph and this is my brother

01:33:37--> 01:33:39

manda lavoir. Alina

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Manolo arlena is like this to give the not really talking about it much.

01:33:53--> 01:33:55

And if you haven't seen

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can be Yeah. Hi. I'm Alana and Eileen. Like it's like,

01:34:01--> 01:34:03

do you see how Allah has given us victory over you now?

01:34:05--> 01:34:07

Yeah, okay. Yeah, I think that is the cleanest

01:34:08--> 01:34:09

way of seeing

01:34:11--> 01:34:20

men and he's then what the rest of the ayah is doing is describing the journey to get to this point.

01:34:21--> 01:34:59

Yeah. Right. So, and the taqwa and the sub didn't have to do with them and what they did it had to do with what he had to endure in his personal life, and hold on to his stuff law and remain patient, like the false imprisonment and all of it right. And not fall prey to the society and its inclinations. So here, you know, they said has preferred you over us. He said it in a gentler way. Yeah, it might be the same kind of thing. Yes. That's really good to us. Yeah. Good. But then you don't want it to be read as has always been good because that's not

01:35:00--> 01:35:05

Applying the point is has done good for us you know that's not quite right but

01:35:07--> 01:35:09

what did you say has no fairness

01:35:11--> 01:35:15

yeah we need to get something with this meaning but

01:35:23--> 01:35:24

has given us His favor

01:35:27--> 01:35:32

I want to tie it to the moment yeah has given us that's the moment ping

01:35:36--> 01:35:36

yeah okay

01:35:40--> 01:35:48

so what do we say from like I'm thinking about other parts of government the law I didn't mean that a few masala last favorite you

01:35:49--> 01:36:05

favorite over others? Noona Nika and ask them when he loved me I wouldn't recommend the end of that era. So there's a different sense of them and that's what they want to hold over you some good that you've done yeah. So here Mandela Hello mean.

01:36:10--> 01:36:18

Hello has given a preference to the beliefs. He's chosen them above others. It's kinda like the football to camaldoli I mean,

01:36:19--> 01:36:21

in Manila, what we did is both a fee him

01:36:24--> 01:36:26

as a touchscreen is not

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going to be to sneeze in a moment. So I'm going to have to hit mute next settling cow Keep the mouse on mute. All right, and I will keep my finger here. Okay, so the moment you must use this one. I mean, I can do that too. Yeah, yeah.

01:36:44--> 01:36:45

Okay.

01:36:46--> 01:36:48

It's okay. It says brewing. Okay.

01:36:50--> 01:36:53

But the Manila Marlena I think it's past Bocchi keep it any.

01:36:55--> 01:37:09

Because my sneeze is not something small. This room will shake and we don't you don't? Yeah, everyone at home. No. Yeah, I've noticed like really like quiet people have very violence knees. It's like all the aggression they have in their head.

01:37:10--> 01:37:14

Just call it on their knees. Otherwise they're really refined. Proper.

01:37:15--> 01:37:18

Yeah, and really big people usually hear their knees

01:37:21--> 01:37:23

was that a silent cry or sneeze?

01:37:27--> 01:37:29

Okay, so back to our subject.

01:37:30--> 01:37:31

The thing about favor

01:37:33--> 01:37:38

man the man is an act of generosity is a giving us a gift. Yeah.

01:37:43--> 01:37:45

Allah has given us His.

01:37:46--> 01:37:51

So you can use the word favor. But it's and it might even get the kind of

01:37:53--> 01:38:02

duality and like, I mean, let's listen to this for a second. Let's go back to it. I was thinking that it's been a while since we've gone to the Gutenberg. Yep.

01:38:05--> 01:38:19

Gutenberg. You won't get it but I will explain. I'll do the shutter. Alright. Good. 10 is good. Which is Hassan in Arabic. And berg is a mountain and his name is Hasan Jable.

01:38:20--> 01:38:26

Which is Gutenberg. Yeah. So we are going to the Gutenberg dictionary. Yeah.

01:38:27--> 01:38:41

There's another side of the shop but let's leave it at that. Yeah, today. Like Newton Newton famous. The inventor of the movable printing press. Yohannes Gutenberg. So there's a famous Gutenberg Bible.

01:38:42--> 01:38:48

Gutenberg Bible. The original prints of the Bible's or the Gutenberg Bible? Yeah.

01:38:49--> 01:38:50

Okay

01:38:53--> 01:38:58

men haven't Olivia should do Ireland DeLeeuw battle money.

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welcome katal money

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buckle carob what's up

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I'm gonna look it up. That's gonna bother me when you hang up cut up like cut up with a curb

01:39:24--> 01:39:27

I was already searching but I'm going to look in

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worried says worry but that doesn't make any sense here.

01:39:41--> 01:39:43

I know the cake when I just made the remark.

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I believe

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my name

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Al hablar myschool LeBeau Danya. Kunal are we in the now we are going to deal with ma'am look man

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can now covert and covert Dauda high school youth FOB by Thomas Wiley, the Madden Kellyanne Pianola you Manu and young Katya? Okay

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min el Fatra

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Minako

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mana has seguro of the IFA who are yeah who really? Okay

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this is some salami the face man and Tanaka has served to her

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Rajon many life in Canada her Minho I have immunity AB quality Wow

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So related to this concept of strength mountainous also which is in the name hurry

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and

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forward in do the Amish shuba Oh Amish Uber Yeah. So it says women that look at the Illman be man and outdoor for men naturally and

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he did an arm well yes session I looked at when Ramadan entered the middle Marcin with Turkey Kahal in demand workaholics and oily

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Clubman Allah I didn't mean

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Lola Amanda lower Alina the philosopher Bina for men the lower Alina or burner either some other Kulu men new raw material

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in mental health oil med D and alto feminine LM sick in momentum Baldwin Murphy

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elmen No

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and your local SEO you're ready for that? We are here to let the captive for without a ransom without in taking ransom. What can I call Lumina omamori wha wha wha wha must either my a team

01:42:07--> 01:42:15

so something basically not not a big sense of how it's connected to the route we'll keep going and CV then he talks about the other meaning of men

01:42:16--> 01:42:23

in the sense of holding something over you yeah well that terminal just axial

01:42:40--> 01:42:42

so we're getting a son and I thought

01:42:45--> 01:42:47

grant yeah

01:42:49--> 01:42:50

his granted us

01:42:52--> 01:42:56

but yeah, we left without a object

01:42:59--> 01:43:00

His favor

01:43:01--> 01:43:03

yeah those granted us

01:43:06--> 01:43:06

favor

01:43:10--> 01:43:15

law has granted us favor. Yeah. God has granted us favor.

01:43:16--> 01:43:21

gentle enough, but direct enough. But when Allah arlena

01:43:22--> 01:43:23

hmm

01:43:28--> 01:43:29

yeah.

01:43:31--> 01:43:31

Okay.

01:43:33--> 01:43:34

In Neville.

01:43:35--> 01:43:40

So there's a kind of making the statement general as a kind of tally, you looked at the yield.

01:43:43--> 01:43:47

So that's why I said anyone where you're sick or whoever it is for sure that whoever

01:43:50--> 01:43:54

remains spiritual vigilant. So we were using the term that we've been adopting for Taqwa

01:43:56--> 01:43:58

remains as it maintains spiritual vigilance

01:44:00--> 01:44:04

and patients so you said perseveres with credit. We Elsevier.

01:44:08--> 01:44:20

So I think in a lot of cases, yeah, we do want to indicate the active sense of sub array. Yeah, the strength of suburbs. Yeah. But I was thinking also of suburban Jamil.

01:44:21--> 01:44:25

Yeah. We have used our patients everyone use the word,

01:44:26--> 01:44:27

perseverance, perseverance.

01:44:31--> 01:44:36

I will argue the two sides of suburbia are the two stories of use of an Jakob

01:44:37--> 01:44:38

or we are

01:44:40--> 01:44:48

the passive side of suburbia, the letting go the relying on God than that recognizing things are out of my control. That's apple.

01:44:51--> 01:44:59

The making the most of my situation, the moving forward, the resistance against all inclinations to evil

01:45:01--> 01:45:02

That's perseverance

01:45:04--> 01:45:06

that's not just letting things be

01:45:08--> 01:45:09

it's active

01:45:13--> 01:45:21

Okay, so then do do we feel that then the word patience remains the way we want to put it in your boobs. Yeah, I think so.

01:45:23--> 01:45:25

Graceful patients

01:45:27--> 01:45:31

I think without any need for the further

01:45:39--> 01:45:40

get ducky

01:45:41--> 01:45:43

who couldn't even see it on perseveres?

01:45:46--> 01:45:46

Yeah

01:45:52--> 01:45:54

and then I've done this little

01:45:56--> 01:45:58

in a way of getting across fit in Allah

01:46:00--> 01:46:18

you know, my attitude was we're fighting Allah Allah will the Roger Massini how does the this Jezza Paulo from Merzbow so I thought like, logically was what's being said here is whoever does this will find the truth of the statement

01:46:22--> 01:46:24

is it too much? What do I do?

01:46:27--> 01:46:27

Standard

01:46:28--> 01:46:33

then then Allah doesn't allow you see by how that doesn't sound like a sentence.

01:46:35--> 01:46:44

Kind of I feel like it's not meant to it's like yeah, he's trying to talk to them while something about himself is something you have to fill in Yeah, in your mind and we were used to doing it I think.

01:46:45--> 01:46:55

But I was thinking about what I'm kind of mixing used to do that like it does connect the Whoever remains special visually impressive is greater than Allah doesn't allow the role of the tourists so it can be understood.

01:46:58--> 01:47:08

But I'm thinking if there's a way that given the kind of aims in doing a new translation is to bring something out and show something in terms of the meaning that might be missed in other translations.

01:47:10--> 01:47:12

I could have a look and see

01:47:13--> 01:47:13

how do people

01:47:15--> 01:47:16

do this?

01:47:19--> 01:47:26

Well, some of you isn't necessarily the whole thing shall at length find relief since God will not suffer Okay, that's surprising. Let's see in the resource a lot of

01:47:29--> 01:47:31

some just put like a dash between the two

01:47:33--> 01:47:38

whoever is mindful of a load patient that certainly Allah never discuss the word of the good doers.

01:47:40--> 01:47:47

He writes his piped in patients God never feels sort of word the righteous I guess sort of Dash because it felt there's a disconnect Yeah.

01:47:53--> 01:47:56

I'm it's growing on me that we'll find.

01:47:59--> 01:48:07

I mean, you could if you could understand here, like this. Anyone who maintains spiritual vigilance and perseveres

01:48:10--> 01:48:14

will be rewarded. Because God never allows the reward

01:48:16--> 01:48:17

for the dose of good to be lost.

01:48:20--> 01:48:23

The other the other thing that sometimes is understood here is

01:48:24--> 01:48:28

the word of Marcin is standing in front of the mirror of these people.

01:48:29--> 01:48:32

So it's like my Yeti real severe.

01:48:33--> 01:48:35

In Allah lo do a Jerome

01:48:37--> 01:48:39

and then instead of the domain was replaced, yeah.

01:48:41--> 01:48:50

So that could you could use that for the basis of the translation. Yeah. And then half him accommodate, then God never allows the reward of those good doers.

01:48:52--> 01:48:56

Or, you know, I told you something like that tying it back.

01:48:59--> 01:49:07

But, but I think this just kind of spells out something a little bit clearer than the typical way of translating

01:49:09--> 01:49:19

and justifies anyway, this maintains spiritual vigilance and perseverance will find that God never allows the reward meant for the doers good to be lost. Yeah. And that's the wording that we used in the

01:49:20--> 01:49:21

previous

01:49:22--> 01:49:27

layer the original sin. Yeah. Well, then we'll do Agile Marcin over there

01:49:33--> 01:49:33

maybe

01:49:35--> 01:49:39

if you want to be happy to sell you wanna be happy if you want to be happy just

01:49:42--> 01:49:45

remember Hatfield? Don't mean I am if you must.

01:49:46--> 01:49:49

Love us a little Cinderella syndrome. Okay, this.

01:49:50--> 01:49:57

We swear to God that He has made you superior to us already. Did you have drafted? No, I didn't know.

01:49:58--> 01:49:59

I was like, There's no way we're getting past me.

01:50:00--> 01:50:01

India today number will

01:50:03--> 01:50:04

be positive.

01:50:06--> 01:50:06

So,

01:50:08--> 01:50:09

look at Africa love arlena

01:50:11--> 01:50:13

the lie so that the lie is coming alone.

01:50:16--> 01:50:19

And we have used a couple of different ways to say no.

01:50:20--> 01:50:23

So I thought we swear to god, that was another way of doing this. Yeah.

01:50:25--> 01:50:32

We swear to God that he has, because now they're not frustrated as such, it's more like they're finally

01:50:34--> 01:50:35

recognizing things and

01:50:37--> 01:50:40

in the respect on it made us superior to us.

01:50:42--> 01:50:44

Yeah, you know that.

01:50:45--> 01:50:48

Like, so it was it was

01:50:50--> 01:50:52

along the lines, we were discussing men Allahu Alina.

01:50:54--> 01:50:59

I don't think that I don't if it doesn't feel quite right to say preferred you to us, has raised you over US

01:51:01--> 01:51:03

has given you a preferential

01:51:05--> 01:51:07

or give me a better position than us.

01:51:10--> 01:51:14

You know what I'm thinking about and thinking about the biblical subtext here for a second.

01:51:15--> 01:51:19

The idea that they were expecting one of them to be the chosen Prophet.

01:51:20--> 01:51:23

And then it turns out to be the promise of God is delivered to Joseph,

01:51:25--> 01:51:38

rather than as preferred. And and it's almost as if here at the NDC. Why? Well, a lot of the translators that got chosen you over us. Actually, a lot of so chosen above us, I think chosen over us. Has this meaning that you're

01:51:40--> 01:51:50

not prepared you Yeah, true love, but chosen you over? Yeah. So not that many have combined those two words. So there are a few.

01:51:52--> 01:51:58

Because if you if you take that biblical sub text, the entire dispute was about this issue.

01:52:00--> 01:52:02

The dispute was he has been given prophecy.

01:52:04--> 01:52:11

This is the point of contention, because of the legacy of Ibrahim has been carried by the unwanted child.

01:52:15--> 01:52:15

But then,

01:52:17--> 01:52:25

to what extent were we at all running with this, it doesn't conflict with the Quranic account, actually helps explain some of the things to

01:52:26--> 01:52:28

helps explain why the dream is so offensive.

01:52:29--> 01:52:32

Like why of all things with the dream drive them to this point of insanity.

01:52:34--> 01:52:36

Don't tell them this, this is the thing they were

01:52:37--> 01:52:38

dreading.

01:52:43--> 01:52:48

It says if it's an admission of defeat, not just in the sense that he is now in a position of

01:52:49--> 01:53:01

power. But like God, choosing also means that you are morally superior. You're not a thief, you're not alive, you're not the things that we ascribe to you. We know that and now God has shown us

01:53:03--> 01:53:06

in a sense almost why he chose you over us

01:53:14--> 01:53:21

so I had swear to God and and I hesitate and swear by God, I think you can see swear to God and it's the same minions checking.

01:53:28--> 01:53:31

They said We swear to God that he has chosen your verse

01:53:34--> 01:53:57

or in good nella helping right here. So if you if you think about this statement, and what's inspiring them to say this, the most obvious is he he's sitting on a throne and they're sitting in a place of humility, broken and battered, right. But if you take into account the last statement that you suffer, at least that I've made in the home and yet to your spirit, right now that being in that position,

01:53:59--> 01:54:20

he didn't use it to slam them further. He also didn't add that when he it was time to bring up something he didn't say I had suffered. I have that law, Therefore Allah favored me. He even opened the door for them to do so. Right. Yeah. So generalizing it munya to your spirit for Enola, hello, the Roger Lawson in

01:54:21--> 01:54:32

that, by itself will make someone realize Allah has really chosen you, for good reason. And we were you know what, we were absolutely wrong.

01:54:37--> 01:54:52

Yeah, before this year, they were complaining about their father's choice and their father's preference and the Ryan Kambala. Yeah, I mean, at least in terms of the words we have. I don't know what they were thinking. But I know what Allah tells us about their conversations. Yeah.

01:54:54--> 01:54:57

No, they're admitting that it will. It's God's choice that you Yeah.

01:54:59--> 01:55:00

But still, I mean,

01:55:00--> 01:55:02

My preference is the literal word right

01:55:07--> 01:55:09

chosen over still communicates that meaning

01:55:12--> 01:55:16

for us my said it is Arthur aka ether meaning God has favored you for the liquor

01:55:19--> 01:55:21

and a person is said to be a theater with another

01:55:22--> 01:55:25

when the latter gives him preferential treatment

01:55:26--> 01:55:27

graciousness and attention

01:55:34--> 01:55:39

the meaning is that God does prefer to grace you with knowledge wisdom, virtue beauty and kingship over us

01:55:57--> 01:56:08

he has to timber something we're looking at the chosen number is okay with me if it's okay with you and not something I'm good at selling gold you know, I'm okay with it. You're okay with it.

01:56:10--> 01:56:15

We're in good law 14 And We have certainly been in the wrong

01:56:20--> 01:56:22

I would say we've been wrong all along

01:56:30--> 01:56:34

so the only question I would raise is the wrong all along

01:56:35--> 01:56:37

to rhymey Nova

01:56:41--> 01:56:43

we've been in error

01:56:44--> 01:56:47

when in the wrongest nice phrase. Yeah.

01:56:52--> 01:57:07

incandela halting. So later on the same they're gonna have demons. So we're gonna think about like, what is the subtle differentiated difference that might show up in the translation for anyone who really pays attention to the translation?

01:57:09--> 01:57:10

When the reading I mean,

01:57:13--> 01:57:16

sinners know how to to be in the wrong.

01:57:17--> 01:57:22

So, it is said that Carter is a person who has committed a sin purposefully.

01:57:24--> 01:57:37

A distinction has been made in healthcare and yeah, which is a person who has mistakenly and that is why a scholar who deliberates liberties and errors concerning a ruling is called the narcotic, right?

01:57:38--> 01:57:39

says Mr. Rossi.

01:57:40--> 01:57:42

Yeah, see now watch that now.

01:57:43--> 01:57:44

Right

01:57:50--> 01:57:52

erroneous is too soft

01:58:00--> 01:58:02

this time, we have been wrong all this time.

01:58:05--> 01:58:11

So, the committee has sent purposefully LaMotta Medina let them be in file nama falna

01:58:14--> 01:58:16

at this until this point,

01:58:18--> 01:58:19

so, this is what he said.

01:58:20--> 01:58:23

Do you know I realized what it is you did to Joseph

01:58:24--> 01:58:28

they don't immediately of course apologize for that they're trying to ascertain our use of

01:58:32--> 01:58:36

ethical law Valina we're in Kona Lakota in there's got to be some sense that they're

01:58:37--> 01:58:42

replying back to that point. Yeah. And this is their apology

01:58:46--> 01:58:59

for Velika as well Hollywood in Kona or in Makaha have been a small donation when you're gonna know how to invulnerability fuel hover

01:59:00--> 01:59:05

was a halacha hurting him in healthier if either time either

01:59:06--> 01:59:06

one

01:59:07--> 01:59:10

because of the soever well I'm you have a clue

01:59:16--> 01:59:22

sir, a more deliberate expression than in the wrong and it's since the beginning better than all along

01:59:24--> 01:59:24

and it may not be

01:59:27--> 01:59:40

COULDNA could it be refined? You know, what you did to us when his brother right? So I think it's kind of an aggregate expression like all a lot like this whole time we've just been

01:59:41--> 01:59:44

so much of what we then get can be.

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So, if we take the deliberate aspect is you know we did wrong

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and then, you know, we need to be some far less of it kind of the

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This appears like to be wrong as opposed to do wrong

02:00:07--> 02:00:08

I mean

02:00:10--> 02:00:14

it doesn't necessarily mean be wrong it can mean do wrong yeah

02:00:16--> 02:00:18

what does he say to his wife

02:00:20--> 02:00:21

inequality we look for the end

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so what we see here from the mistake makers

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is actually excuse me it's a mistake made women

02:00:39--> 02:00:41

have truly been so good at hurts

02:00:44--> 02:00:51

so you have truly been at fault Oh, when fault we thought about it back then.

02:00:53--> 02:00:53

We shouldn't have

02:00:57--> 02:01:08

you know what Subhanallah and this sort of there's so many phrases that come back Yep. Echoes it's amazing. And as a translator you notice they're like, Oh, hold on, we did this or did this or we did this

02:01:10--> 02:01:11

okay

02:01:14--> 02:01:18

so where was that end? We were truly at fault.

02:01:20--> 02:01:20

Or

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we've been at fault all along.

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I say

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that's good except for the aspect of the feeling that it's a response to what it is you did to Joseph and his brother.

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Because that sounds like focus on an incident.

02:01:46--> 02:01:53

Okay, and we were can extend over the time as well as not because you're truly at fault. Okay, fine. Yeah.

02:01:54--> 02:01:56

When Kunta Lakota in

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so this is perhaps more emphatic than when they say to their father in their corner coffee Yeah. Well, I'm gonna lock it in there's a couple of things here that are

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unusual Yeah.

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Okay.

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He replied

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let the three Valley call yo.

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Yo, have your own law. Hola come over me incrimination against you today

02:02:30--> 02:02:34

look at the three below closer yet so

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we'd certainly thought about it before the stripping of

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was it bad or Yeah, stranger? Yeah.

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Sure, Mara pika.

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dunkery created with them. Let's enable allones Muslim in a thurible Hashem Phil Jove oil Karish was able to finally sell a is additive third. Cut digitally the with the Korea EB man himself GLD

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GLD which was three really low middle of the human physical. Rather we will move ahead which now will be Izella to Xiaomi Abdul has ello en la ville de

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oro Malayala combat nothing below me

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somehow reviewable for Jami will be nothing Pollyanna noxee Battle command

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so to be exposed

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your you know your savings to be shamed. Yeah.

02:03:49--> 02:03:52

Let me see when the word recrimination How does it do?

02:03:53--> 02:03:59

You will not be retried. I think recrimination because you know making you criminals again Yeah.

02:04:01--> 02:04:04

an acquisition and response to one from someone else. So that's not what I thought Oh man.

02:04:09--> 02:04:09

Oh,

02:04:11--> 02:04:11

no.

02:04:15--> 02:04:16

No, no, no.

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They will lie or a bit some retaliatory accusation. I never knew him and they're

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all right. That's not what we want.

02:04:33--> 02:04:34

There will be no

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did you have some thinking about shaming African work?

02:04:43--> 02:04:44

Because

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Java is saying a lot more. I have wisdom here.

02:04:49--> 02:04:52

A tiny ballistic site Philomel Maya

02:04:54--> 02:04:59

is shaming this idea of exposing the sham or removing the sham to expose what's underneath right

02:05:00--> 02:05:03

shaming guilt because you're ashamed to see what's underneath yeah

02:05:11--> 02:05:15

work on it we're using shaming them we'll see how to make the Center's work with it

02:05:28--> 02:05:33

we did say for a nickel Jamelia, Dana you know from today but here I think

02:05:34--> 02:05:39

henceforth also can work anymore from today oh it's like we're after today

02:05:40--> 02:05:42

okay today on

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or after this day

02:05:47--> 02:05:56

because it's not just today or tomorrow shame you like no but then this kind of thing covers the future you'll feel alone calm

02:05:59--> 02:06:01

I like this day too

02:06:03--> 02:06:10

I mean, it's very grand. He is grand magnanimous is a grand statement of course yeah. I don't mean in a bad way.

02:06:12--> 02:06:14

There'll be no shaming on you have you this day

02:06:24--> 02:06:26

you know what's beautiful about your fellow Lola calm

02:06:28--> 02:06:29

it's it's

02:06:31--> 02:06:38

in sha II is the set in recovery form as if to instill them with Allah will forgive you

02:06:40--> 02:06:51

you know? Yeah, like it's May Allah forgive you but it's also Allah will forgive you. The duality of it is really beautiful. And then the while right after that, well who are hamara he mean

02:06:56--> 02:07:00

almost as if I have hope that Allah will forgive you.

02:07:01--> 02:07:04

You know, just one year of looking at Yeah, I like that

02:07:10--> 02:07:20

so you know, even if I forgive you, the thought would be okay, fine, you forgiven us but we're probably going to burn in hell still. or Allah will really get us for this one

02:07:21--> 02:07:22

Muslim or two prophets.

02:07:24--> 02:07:41

That's why I've been when I translated I didn't say May God forgive you. Right? Because that's condescending. That's not what he's doing. And makes it sound hard to reach bases. I ask God to forgive you. Yeah. is a way of indicating that it's likely to happen Yeah. And

02:07:42--> 02:07:46

and then there's a sentiment from him to singular for Allah Allah.

02:07:48--> 02:07:51

May God have mercy on his soul?

02:07:55--> 02:07:59

Yeah, so I asked God to forgive you.

02:08:02--> 02:08:05

Just kind of carries the sense that there's a sentiment

02:08:08--> 02:08:09

and a positivity

02:08:14--> 02:08:16

there is a point of view by the way, today

02:08:19--> 02:08:25

so some argue that lead to three ballet calm Elio mela feel lovely

02:08:29--> 02:08:30

but it's less

02:08:32--> 02:08:40

compelling than the reading because you can't really make that statement on behalf of Allah is that unless you're a prophet who receives revelation

02:08:44--> 02:08:48

but if that is the case, then why his father is refusing to make dua

02:08:51--> 02:08:53

Allah already forgiven I'm gonna take my time.

02:08:54--> 02:08:55

Will why

02:08:57--> 02:08:59

do they ask him?

02:09:00--> 02:09:19

What did this fella but before that they asked for his forgive? No, no. It's by implication Can I attend? Yeah, how am I going to make it so far for you if I don't even Yeah, but then it's almost like they're wanting him to do that as a sign that he is accepting there. Yeah, I have a more cynical reading of it but

02:09:23--> 02:09:24

that's a funny

02:09:26--> 02:09:37

today I've made the universal decision includes every time a circumstance there afterwards here in us and they had lifted the world Central. He has clearly saying that he has chosen you as God has chosen you.

02:09:39--> 02:09:47

Yes, yes. That was no That's right. Oh, no, no, because the lie.

02:09:48--> 02:09:50

If we say we swear to God,

02:09:51--> 02:09:59

in Africa, Allahu Allah. Then in English we swear to God the God has chosen becomes very awkward.

02:10:00--> 02:10:12

If we take another way of doing philosophy, we could put the word God in the place of he Yeah. But that was because of encountering a trickiness with that, that I

02:10:13--> 02:10:14

regretfully

02:10:17--> 02:10:21

and humbly have used the mute

02:10:22--> 02:10:28

if you suggest something, you know, that would work well for to lie. I mean, we have other ways of doing it

02:10:40--> 02:10:45

because the law he also if we're not necessarily invoking God's name, we just say we swear

02:10:46--> 02:10:55

Yeah, that God has chosen you over us right. So if that is just about acceptable, then this is just a degree better because at least

02:10:56--> 02:10:58

you know, both are acknowledged both are there Yeah.

02:10:59--> 02:11:01

So that's the thought process.

02:11:03--> 02:11:04

May God forgive me

02:11:06--> 02:11:07

or whoever I would rather I mean

02:11:11--> 02:11:15

see, I mean, people are millionaires. I mean, how are we talking about the comments Yeah.

02:11:16--> 02:11:17

type of lazy.

02:11:18--> 02:11:31

Today, God forgives you that it almost connected you will not look as though when he negated blame University also found that God had forgiven that day. Because when they were humbled, embarrassed to admit their guilt and repented, God accepted the repentance to forgive their sin.

02:11:33--> 02:11:35

And that is why Joseph said today God has forgiven you.

02:11:50--> 02:11:51

I ask God to forgive you.

02:11:52--> 02:11:56

If it's reasonably strong and plausible, we can put a note about

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I don't think it's that plausible.

02:12:03--> 02:12:20

I mean, should we should we acknowledge alto jihad in tafsir. Even the ones we don't find convincing as a rule? No, just if we find something that's worthy of mention particularly where they're measured. I mean, what doesn't appeal to me about this? Second view is

02:12:21--> 02:12:27

what would it be today God forgives you like he hasn't yet but today is gonna happen and Maghrib time or they just perform

02:12:29--> 02:12:36

that's why the malaria doesn't fit too well with Elio for me Elio miles to Lola calm doesn't fit too well to me.

02:12:37--> 02:12:48

That Fit Body chameleon very clear. Yellow through Lola calm is fine as Doha just as it is

02:12:49--> 02:12:50

as hover but

02:12:53--> 02:12:57

I think the way we translated it as the creator of the of the possibilities

02:13:20--> 02:13:24

the problem would make God forgive you as it sounds like anger.

02:13:26--> 02:13:27

Yeah, so yeah.

02:13:30--> 02:13:32

I pray to God to forgive you

02:13:41--> 02:13:45

most a bunch of discussion on this. I won't get into it. But nice.

02:13:47--> 02:13:50

It's nice to see you know, we also hope that God forgives you

02:13:56--> 02:13:57

I have hope that God will forgive you

02:13:59--> 02:14:00

like that better than I ask.

02:14:02--> 02:14:10

But then your little Lola comas in shirt or have hope that isn't the same as it's not quite as sharp. No,

02:14:11--> 02:14:14

but I want to leave room for them to hope for it.

02:14:16--> 02:14:17

I have hope as should you

02:14:19--> 02:14:23

I mean, I like that sentiment but I think it has to be carried by implication

02:14:25--> 02:14:25

that someone

02:14:27--> 02:14:30

you know who's close to God is saying I ask God to forgive you.

02:14:31--> 02:14:39

There's hope in their call we'll hopefully forgive you That sounds really no good neither. Or is that God forgives you.

02:14:42--> 02:14:46

No, not I asked that. God I asked God to forgive you. It's fine. We're gonna stick with ask.

02:14:48--> 02:14:56

As he is the most loving and caring of all. Well, who are hamara mean? Yep. That's that's our standard know something from above? Yeah.

02:14:57--> 02:14:58

Okay.

02:15:00--> 02:15:04

If possible I used to work now to kind of help with the transition

02:15:06--> 02:15:10

now take this shirt of mine can you see her there for a little

02:15:13--> 02:15:18

while I was here we casted over my father's face quite standard I think that's

02:15:19--> 02:15:31

how we would say take the shirt and put it on my father's face it could just be that hassle my father's face is good saris are nicer and cast it over my father's face yet table Sierra

02:15:34--> 02:15:41

so this couple of points of view but the word Yeti was Sierra I've gone with what I think is the clear of them yeah

02:15:42--> 02:15:45

One is simply that he regains his sight

02:15:48--> 02:15:55

a Yasujiro or yourself by Sierra yeah that's he would oh yeah oh the layout of who you absolutely

02:15:56--> 02:15:59

yah yah teen yet yet de la YAHWAH horrible see

02:16:02--> 02:16:08

where he also no call over 20 be eloquent remain tight it's a nice duality it's beautiful actually.

02:16:10--> 02:16:11

So it comes to see

02:16:13--> 02:16:23

it come see her zoned eyes because his eyes need the relief his eyes have had all those tears let's try this right so the he comes to see

02:16:26--> 02:16:26

again

02:16:28--> 02:16:32

it helps to see is cool because it works on both I like

02:16:34--> 02:16:42

satisfied with the I like it comes to see and comes to see comes to see me likes alright

02:16:43--> 02:16:45

I did a good thing yes that's a good thing.

02:16:47--> 02:16:48

What Tony

02:16:50--> 02:16:58

be early comer Jemaine and bring your entire family here to me. Bring your entire family here to me. Yes.

02:17:00--> 02:17:00

Okay.

02:17:03--> 02:17:09

Oh, big ones. Well, that's where you're Yeah, it's time okay. All right. So let's go here we go.

02:17:11--> 02:17:13

We'll do we'll do the cliffnotes version of this

02:17:17--> 02:17:18

so okay.

02:17:19--> 02:17:23

Basically what people need to understand about our perspective here is

02:17:26--> 02:17:51

we've said then as the riders because we saw a llama foster Adelaide foster literally it means that it's separated from something that means just left the place that it was a took off the like, you know, when the ship leaves the dock, there's a separation from the dock in the ship. That's yeah, that's awesome. So facilitator Eve, so maybe not just when

02:17:52--> 02:17:55

it's like it's literally when ships take off where it's made.

02:17:56--> 02:17:58

Yeah, whatever. This is a caravan but still.

02:18:00--> 02:18:03

So I understand like in facilite

02:18:05--> 02:18:06

and missile or something like this.

02:18:08--> 02:18:29

For civilian college, it means Rishi Masako, see the 10 mechanical Qube? So I like to think of this as when they've just got out of the city and they're no German actually on the way we commenced. Yes. So that's like gotta to be just left the city limits. Yes. Yeah. So here now

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by virtue of the fact that carrying the shirt and this is the undertone, I don't think it is touched on intercede it is but sometimes, they also add some details like this is a miraculous shirt. It's a shirt from Jana. It was a miraculous decay. So it yes, in some sense, the smell has been miraculously carried. But we're supposed to understand from this number one.

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It's the Kolb's strength of faith and strength and belief and use of strength of longing for use of that is part of the reason why he picks up the scent. And the other reason is also they have now come out of the way with the shirt. Yeah, so the shirt is carrying this good news is important. We're gonna get there in a few is that as the Raiders got out of Egypt,

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their father.

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And actually what's nice is that in our tradition, the writer sounds like they're the brothers. So they're, they're the father of their of the writers, which unintentionally is

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fine and correct.

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Color boom, their father exclaimed.

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In the legendary House of Allah, Allah and terfenadine. Now I have a whole thing of this, in fact, even did a video about it, picking through the things in the field and

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the different translations that have been done before. And generally the translations almost universally, have got something that does not fit the tafsir Yeah, and very often just doesn't make

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Since, yes, and you can test it by just opening up the translation, whichever one you happen to look at, and have a look and see, what do you actually understand from that? Don't just look at it as is the sentence familiar to me? Because it will be. But look at it, what do I understand? Look at it with fresh eyes and trying to make sense of it. So

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let's look at one translation, just not named the translator. And let's try to identify what it is that the problem really is. Okay, so let's take a one one type of translation are those who say along the lines of

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Behold, we're not that you might consider me a door tote. I would say that I truly feel the breadth of Joseph in there.

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So

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added not been that you consider me insane.

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I would have said that I find the sense of use of.

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Okay. That's how it's roughly been translated. In other words, in other words, I haven't said this. Yeah. Or I'm not saying this. Yeah.

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Yeah, I'm not saying I'm say saying it, I would say I would say it had you not, but I'm not crazy.

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What I'm not saying it.

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But then you look at the words that actually said, In the lead up to the house, now I get to be dream teacher in the law. As you do rehearse of, I truly, I truly, truly

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set the set, I find the scent of user, he's so emphatic about what he can sense.

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You cannot take that away and say, but I'm not really saying that because you aren't going to call me crazy. So a lot of the translations do that. This is the sort of neater one where they say I would have said, I would have said, Yeah, but some of them also make the first part completely conditional on the second part. So if you didn't consider me see now

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then I would find the center of Joseph. Right. But of course him smelling or not smelling has nothing to do with what they think of him. Right. Right. There's still others and I won't go into all the detail here. And now they just look at the sentence. And they felt like what it should mean, or what I feel it probably means Yeah, what I'm, but they're not thinking about what is low learn how does low low work? How does low low work is the that's the core thing. That's why we study grammar. That's why we study grammar. And that's also a sedative, see. So if you go through the first year, you find a very common pattern of what they're saying. So from the McSherry onwards,

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they generally said the likes of Walmart and I Lola definied, Camilla, Lhasa, Dr. Mooney are some of them said, Oh, local to North Korea, or took the role of Ebola to come under. Hi.

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So what I want you guys to think about is, let's separate the first part, ice I, it's for sure. I'm finding the center of use of I can smell it. That's done, that sentence is done.

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Now a new sentence has begun. And it's starting with had it not been for the fact that you people call me crazy.

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And then there's a dot, dot dot. And that data is being talked about in the DeviceID. There's a low low law sentence, and its job is omitted and understood, what is that, I would have said he's nearby, I would have said, he's alive, I would have said something or you would have smelled sentence sensitive to in other words, these two parts of the idea that the text of the aisle are not conditional on each other. The first part I can sell, I can smell it is an independent sentence. And then a new sentence has begun, only half of which are stated, and the job of it is understood or implied or left to the imagination. That's actually what's happening in the diversity. So what is

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left to the imagination? What were some of them?

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That's a doctor morning, you would have believed me the most the most common is that. Now, this is fine, and would make sense. Except that, you know, there was one of them a facility later on who kind of complained about this and said, well, the need is disbelieving. So it's like if you didn't disbelieve in me, you would believe in me. It's kind of Elizabeth any sense. Does it make sense? I would respond to that and say, well, it can still make sense because if it wasn't for the fact that you always are disputing everything that I see. Then you'd believe me on this point, because I'm so sure event actually is so clear. If you had anything like the fifth that I have, yeah, and you would

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pick that up. So that's the direction that we ended up in our pondering and reflecting we consider the deer or the Joab. Could be a long lens of if it wasn't for the fact that you call Messina you would a

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to actually go out onto the porch and

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have a sniff. And maybe actually, if you weren't because it made me senile and you had anything like the faith I have, then you would actually smell what I'm smelling. Yeah, yeah. And this by the way, I wanted to see if any of them first sitting said it and I found something very like this with a Benatia. So he says bajo Hola Mundo, de la la Keith.

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So this is very subtly very quickly using the fact of inhale as you do that the key here shows that the job of Lola is missing is not stated. Ie this part isn't the job of Lola rider the translators have assumed Well, job Lola mahalo de la la hit the kid, a

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Lola and Tiffany Dooney. Let the Huck don't Derek, you would have come to know this as true also. Yeah. And to have kaka can mean experience something. So like, depending on what we can ask him, What did he mean? Because he passed away 14 years ago. But I think that he's he's getting at this. And a similar thing was said by set but again, not 100% clear that that's what he's saying. But I think they understood what we understood. What was his thought his language was interesting.

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So set to set listen back to my magic leviable guide. I think there might be a type one is maybe maybe saw deaf too may something like that. Yeah. Well, I can learn more. Hey, Tina VR coupe la Mucuna, who met her in Europe de la mia G to watch them in Roy had use of now it's not to say this person or that person is the Hoja. And the final word. The point is, what what does our quandary of current leaders to? And no doubt?

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What unforeseen say has to be factored in? The only translation by the way that seem to understand that there's a job Lola Madoff, some international national, who said, Indeed, I find the smell of Joseph. And would say that he was alive. If you did not think me weakened in mind. Yeah. So and would say that he's alive is actually the Yeah, and he put it in brackets. Yeah. So. And that's why when people ask me, What's the best translation I use, and which I

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write because 6236 is, if I'm not mistaken.

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You know, nobody gets the best every time. Right? Yeah. No, even us.

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So then, as I just got out of Egypt, the father exclaimed, perhaps I can actually pick up Joseph sent.

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Now, we could use so I'm here, I'm spelling it out.

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Lola, and Tiffany Dune, by some of the translators have made it as if it were the opposite. So if only you didn't consider me Cena, right.

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So that's not the way that it's worded.

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It's not well, and a lot of unknown. Yes. It's Lola and to find it on Yeah. And Lola has a few different usages. But the one here has to be whether or not for either the fact that you do consider Messina, or were it not for

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you know, the fact that you would consider Messina, then I would say he's alive. Yeah, maybe yeah. But in the way that we're leaning towards, if it wasn't for the fact that you do consider me CNL

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you would

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make an attempt and you would smell what I smell.

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Now, you could use the words if only you didn't. But only if you understand it in this way, the data you're not connecting. And you see the way we're translating here, you see a full stop there. I can actually pick up Joseph sent. Now that that's done. If you don't put that full stop there, that becomes the problematic translation that becomes I can actually pick up Joseph sent if in fact, you don't consider receiving. That's not what's being said, Yeah, I can smell it. And had it not been for the fact that you guys consider me senile, you would have realized the truth in what I'm saying. You would have realized Joseph is coming, you realize he's really close by. So that and that second

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part hasn't been stated. It hasn't arrived yet, like the caravan. So like, it's this silence.

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So because of the

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proliferation of problematic translations, I feel like it might be worth putting some bracket.

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But the problem is when you do that, you sort of limit what the you know what that could be implication because there's a bunch of the moment more faster and went in different ways.

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actions with a two Yeah.

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But if we if we perhaps give something and then put in the comments about one facility mentioned and then I think we should hear this is one of those deserves to save you know, to bring back bring back the seal. That's yeah, see ya

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and

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are the job

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for you already? You already parenthesized that so you know, what's the job? Okay. Yeah.

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If it wasn't for the fact that you call me see now

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going back up, somebody kept suggesting something about a previous I wanted to see. So I was saying that about the if only? Because if you could, you could just let it if only you didn't consider me see now. Yeah, the problem is that

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you might understand from that just like, Oh, we've only read inclusivity now, that's not the way it works, isn't it if it only you didn't send him a signal, then something would happen. If you understand like this, we could use a word of warning. But to avoid that ambiguity, because of again,

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just the proliferation of wrong translations. And want to avoid the word if only even though it can work.

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Let's see. Yeah, so somebody kept saying set off as soon as they set off the problem would set off is that's the commencement of the journey and fossil facility lead is more about leaving the city limits who can say maybe we be made their way out?

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Yeah, yeah, I mean, there were those having to then stick the word Egypt in and how dare you Yeah.

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Yeah.

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Okay,

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are we getting to like the really exciting one? Yeah, we're gonna have agree you're gonna be able to do it quick enough. We'll do it we'll do a quick Okay, so remember the shirt is still on us. We just keep that in your mind. Don't get shocked on the shirt comes back. Yep, he's got a new job shirt.

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I gotta give you something Okay, okay.

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grudgingly was actually

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okay. You don't know how good that was?

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My shoulder

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Okay, so 95

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Hello.

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When they get to 96 and they'll feel feel how good though Yeah, all right, but we're not there yet. Okay, so 95 I did something you know the call

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just because there's a kind of difficulty sometimes people might think it's this the sons and then that's his is his daughter in laws and his grandkids so that's why I said those around him said Yeah, stick a small liberty but just helping to open up that realization for people Yeah. Those around him said

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the law he

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in Nicola futala You could Kadeem

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you are definitely still in your older version. You are

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same old

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you don't have to have your you're still your loss and your same old confusion

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same old confusion okay.

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I think we had the word delusion before this way.

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Yeah, last we had last year last.

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Your last new symbol confusion if and that's fine. Delusions fine too.

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Yeah, to be honest, a delusion fits the context area situation.

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We swear to God you are lost in your same old illusion

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or in that same old delusion of yours

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I get it but it just becomes

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I don't know it gets more insulting.

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Okay, in NACA, laffy, wala Nikhil Adim at least I got some of the Toki that from the insulting illnesses universe

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Okay. All right, this is where it gets as juicy as can be

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in a psychedelic as can be. So here's here's where the translation

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starts right for LA manager Al Bashir. So when the less Persian Bashir

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finally arrived,

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that was the name of the guy, fella manager Al Bashir.

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He casted let's see because we use the word cast him

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over his face

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so he or and he

02:35:15--> 02:35:23

became seeing again or he regained his sight is the kind of precursor to solving it. Yeah, yeah.

02:35:25--> 02:35:25

No.

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How do we start with then you want to Yeah.

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Okay, so here's the problem with the conventional view.

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He told his brothers to go back, take the short find the brothers go back. And then the Quran describes at least one of them apparently, especially give her a good news. Hey, Dad. So let me just visualize the scene father's there in tears his grandchildren, his daughter in law's humiliate him call him a crazy old man. Right? So it's not just the sons that are abusive to him, his extended family in their absence does their job for him to for them to adapt to for a prophet of Allah? Like, how much pain Do you have that not only are your kids lost, but your grandkids are also lost? Right? And in the middle of that pain, one of those sons, one of those abusive sons comes back and is now

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give her a TED, congratulations. You know, that useful thing? We like he's alive. Here's the shirt.

02:36:22--> 02:36:30

Right? Does that make any sense? He cannot be. They are so humiliated before their father, one of them couldn't even come back.

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And now they're going to come with a confession of their wrongdoing for so many years. And they're going to act like they're giving good news.

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So the word machine being attributed to one of the brothers makes little to no sense I would I'm being generous, I think it makes absolutely no sense personally, because from a psychological point of view, these sons cannot even pretend to be giver of some good news. They can't do that. And on top of all of that, the only language we find them using towards their father is abusive, and in their absence, they are okay with their even their kids being abusive to their grandfather. That's the kind of upbringing they've created, where it's okay for them to call their, their their grandpa insane. In all of that environment. All of a sudden, good news dad doesn't make any sense. So

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you know, so heavy here had a remarkable thought that other people said,

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is bloody crazy. Well, okay, maybe not that but I mean, let's say that it's a point that people might acknowledge that linguistically what I'm going to say as possible, but they're so unfamiliar with it. And it is unfamiliar in the dispute tradition. So one might be inclined to say no, no, thank you. Yeah. Or just what's the point in that right the point we'll come back to for you in a minute Inshallah, right. Yes. Now, where there is some discussion in the dispute tradition is around this. He has to over his face, right right. Remember, as you mentioned this, that it can be the Bashir cast it meaning the shirt of course, it goes back to this shirt. Yeah, the Bashir cast the

02:38:12--> 02:38:59

shirt over Yakuts face. Yeah. But some said he, yeah, cool. Cast it over his face, his own face. Alka, who Allah was he floated the Masirah. So that part is not as controversial. No, it's not controversial. And some said actually, this fits the other. Better. That you know, even though you suffer some said, Cast over his face, when yaku got it, he might have wanted to take it for himself, and, you know, is just better at up to let someone put over their face. Yeah, like just throw shade laundry style, like, here, it's dry. So that might be what they mean. So it doesn't have a lot on it better further, but also, you know, we feel it fits maybe some of the events and the sequence of the

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purpose better.

02:39:01--> 02:39:33

So then, what about this Bashir? Typically, it is said it is one of the brothers who went ahead a bit of the others, or the Bashir could be the group as a whole, something like that. Or it could be one of the servants or they say that, okay, it was maybe the same brother who put the blood on the shirt and said, Well, I paint my father with the shirt before, so I'm going to make him happy with the shirt now. So there's, there's ways to make the best of this opinion. It's more than an opinion. It's just what the assumption, the assumption of the facility

02:39:34--> 02:39:59

or we could say, Hold on, is there something perhaps that is going unnoticed here, people are getting out of here, and I don't like to, you know, also like, I don't like something to be novel. I like to think maybe we're just realizing what the first realize is realized. Yeah. But then kind of got missed in the printed series. That's the way I look at it. Maybe the beshear is not a person, the Bishi

02:40:00--> 02:40:06

It is the carrier of good news as carrying the scent of use of did you get to hear it is

02:40:07--> 02:40:50

the shirt to shirt itself. The shirt carries a scent. The scent is good news. Therefore, the shirt is itself a machine. It gives good news. And finally when the shirt arrived, he grabs the shirt. He throws it over his face and cheers. My boy, my boy, this is the set. This is the good news I sensed all along. So Allah who he meaning he Yaqoob cast it over his old face. It's an absolutely beautiful way of looking at the scene

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was shared.

02:40:55--> 02:40:56

Here Yes.

02:40:57--> 02:41:01

We're not going to leave it like that. I just, I just needed to start to see it.

02:41:02--> 02:41:06

And finally, to make up for you, yeah, yeah. Okay.

02:41:11--> 02:41:31

So that's the, that's the thought that's a thought. So you can still translate as when the bearer of good news finally arrived, but then we will need in order to get our point of view across about it within the footnote or embed that into the translation. So when the shirt been in good news, or the auspicious shirt,

02:41:33--> 02:41:38

something like that. Yeah, the big shirt. The big could be a new word in English language shirt. Yeah.

02:41:39--> 02:41:41

And you sharper color on it. Hey, that's a shirt.

02:41:44--> 02:41:44

So

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when the blue shirt Okay, let's try this something like this.

02:41:51--> 02:41:53

So auspicious means

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you know

02:41:56--> 02:41:57

having a good omen something like that.

02:42:02--> 02:42:07

So when the auspicious cert finally arrived, so if I put in brackets I'm going to indicating that there's something

02:42:10--> 02:42:51

so bear in mind, so someone may say Oh, but you're kind of asserting a shadow look, all of the translators insert, show a brother. All of them insert either okay. Or they say they say you know he has it they have to say okay, the translator as the shirt. Yeah. And they put brackets around it because they feel that they've done a maneuver here. So I'm saying is that's the maneuver they felt that they had it's also really cool that he puts the machine on his face and becomes busier. Yeah, there's definitely a kind of genius here. Yeah. So when that especially shirt finally arrived. I mentioned this on Twitter some time and then people you know, I got I've not had very good

02:42:51--> 02:42:55

objections to it but me one person is how can I arrive by itself missing

02:42:56--> 02:43:01

missing or is it just gonna arrive doesn't mean it came by itself. That's not the suggestion.

02:43:02--> 02:43:24

It's just the focus is on the machine of the shirt. And not on the people carrying it that's the idea. The cast over his face he had his moment with his son, his beloved his last or this time and it brought you know that positivity overcame that hardship and sorrow which had caused him to go into this state of blindness

02:43:25--> 02:43:32

for 10 Double sera but at the auspicious and parenthese shirt so you you don't want to say

02:43:36--> 02:43:40

let me take a bold step here when the thing carrying good news arrived

02:43:43--> 02:43:46

when the courier oh good news the thing carrying good news

02:43:52--> 02:44:04

I mean, you could but then like you haven't been the bearer of good news the carrier of good news when the Congratu later when the auditor suggestion so you just congratulated

02:44:05--> 02:44:08

the highlight of transit translation intensive blue shirt

02:44:13--> 02:44:19

when the carrier of good news finally arrived, he cast it over his face. Yeah. Carrier good news.

02:44:24--> 02:44:31

I mean, carrier can sound a bit negative, like a virus and whatnot. Yeah, better. I know it's kind of old fashioned.

02:44:33--> 02:44:33

But

02:44:35--> 02:44:37

you know as more positive association

02:44:39--> 02:44:41

when the bringer of good news.

02:44:42--> 02:44:43

When the

02:44:44--> 02:44:46

when the good news printer

02:44:47--> 02:44:52

or somebody actually said bringer of good news. They said it in all caps, which means it's authentic.

02:44:54--> 02:44:54

Okay,

02:45:00--> 02:45:01

Okay

02:45:05--> 02:45:12

I may or may prefer to see better I like beer because it's cutting it in its fibers

02:45:13--> 02:45:14

yeah

02:45:15--> 02:45:36

because the scent of us is not his perfume I suppose. It's I mean it's not a nasty sounding way it is you know it's touched the audio of use of Iceland cases physical sand yes wet yeah you know and it's and it's perfume to Jacoba Islam imagine how beautiful how intimate that is.

02:45:38--> 02:45:43

So when the bearer of good news finally arrived a cast over his face so it

02:45:46--> 02:45:47

is last him isn't it

02:45:49--> 02:45:50

then Basilan is hell

02:45:52--> 02:45:54

so they went back

02:45:56--> 02:45:57

he's restored

02:45:58--> 02:46:06

in an ironic I want to use language that kind of illustrates a restoration of some kind restored is nice I like that a lot

02:46:09--> 02:46:15

but then but there's a sort of site is only where you can really finish that out I think it's a restore to being seeing to being a seer

02:46:16--> 02:46:21

to seeing this was restore your city in silence and

02:46:23--> 02:46:28

seeing why sightings sightly was restored

02:46:32--> 02:46:33

to say inside

02:46:36--> 02:46:52

the store I if there's another word for restored but the idea restored this nice restored has has a resonance with the here like and he was restored like everything is back to normal right not just he became seeing again but he was restored. So my favorite question I'm gonna I'm gonna copy this one

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are they doing a new translation of the Quran

02:46:57--> 02:46:58

to take a picture this one

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I'm going to put this on my fridge

02:47:03--> 02:47:06

are they doing a new translation?

02:47:07--> 02:47:11

Listen dinkum lingam you have you have made my day

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The answer is inshallah

02:47:20--> 02:47:24

tomorrow so I feel restored tomorrow nine days

02:47:30--> 02:47:46

the question then come on. It's a good question. There's only one parallel to this in my life that I'd like to share went to a restaurant super hungry ordered my food Where did 30 minutes and the guy said Can I take your order

02:47:51--> 02:47:53

the other guy has shift was over he's

02:47:59--> 02:48:03

like No, I'm applying for a job can I see the manager

02:48:09--> 02:48:11

Yeah, okay

02:48:15--> 02:48:16

okay anyway

02:48:19--> 02:48:31

so when the bearer of good news finally finally arrived, he cast it over his face and was restored restored his sight but then yeah, you see this there forces it to be uncooperative? Which is what yeah.

02:48:34--> 02:48:35

He said

02:48:36--> 02:48:37

at night how you

02:48:41--> 02:48:43

that I know from GOD WHAT YOU DON'T

02:48:45--> 02:48:46

something from God.

02:48:47--> 02:48:51

I said things. Things. Yes. I know things from God. You don't.

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I can go exactly back to her that was.

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His vision restored?

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restored, he was restored for that the

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other highly he will see Iran. Yeah, we're sorry. Hon. can be more things but the persiaran is the thing that's mentioned. Yeah. That I know, I know that. But do you know that?

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I know.

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I know from God. Things that you don't know. Yeah. Okay. So I think that's a good moment to pause and reflect. Yeah, we do those things. One more day, folks in sha Allah. Let's see how far we get.

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The plan is to try and finish tomorrow, if we can.

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My suggestion humbly, is if we get to a close enough point to the conclusion that we extend tomorrow session and try

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To wrap it up,

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or Yeah, willing to them with preparation Shall I think we can we'll prank and finish it tomorrow. I think so too. I didn't think we'd get this far today. So, there you go. Sean was. Yep, yep. All right, Zach Malacanang everyone BarakAllahu li Walakum Saramonic Komarov termite and our cut