Surah Yusuf #48 – V77

Nouman Ali Khan


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A Pain Like No Other

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Although he snuck up on this article, hola hoomin Kabhi lufa savoir you Sufi enough see he while I'm UBD Halla whom, Allah tome shalom Mecca. Allahu Allah mobymax.

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Rubbish. Silly Emily looked at me lasagna, Ollie. kondalilla salatu salam O Allah, Allah, Allah, he was happy. Ah, marine abundance. Again, everybody Somali, Kumara to lay down, I'm going to cattle. I think the previous broadcast, I just continued about 1014 minutes. So I'll pick up from there. And I'll have my production team kind of put those two videos together. So those of you that were following from the beginning, aren't having to go through the redundancy of me repeating myself, I'm probably not saying the same thing twice, the same way anyway, so 100 of what we covered, we covered so in yesterday, how can silica apollomon as a quick recap, what I've talked to you about so far is

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a family that rips on their own family has more credibility, because people will assume that they know what they're talking about, because they live with them. Right. So that's a it's a pretty heinous crime. To use that trust. to slander your family, I'll add something I didn't say before. The job of a family. Like for example, married people. Allah describes the the word for married people to be more women to be more slanted, and meant to be more sinning, which is the Arabic word comes from heslin, which is a forte, right and more sin is someone who let somebody come into the fort. And more Sunnah the woman is someone who has been brought into the fort. The idea is when

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you're in a family, you live inside of a fort, and the gates are closed, not everybody has access. So that's an image not just of privacy, but also protection. Whenever you have protection, because you're secured by a fort, you don't go outside and share secrets of the fourth, and you know, back entrances and all this other stuff. The entire idea is that safeguarded from the outside world, right. So the the, one of the essences of family is that they do keep things within themselves, they solve their own problems, they deal with things internally until they become so out of hand, then they have to go to somebody responsible on the outside to deal with those kinds of issues. But look

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at them. They're in public, they're being accused of stealing. And the first thing they do in front of everybody is say, Well, if he's a thief, his brother was a thief, too. It runs on their side of the family. Well, how how humiliating to see that in front of everyone, right? It's like, you know, that, you guys, sometimes you go to like an IID gathering, or you go to some, you know, family that invited you over or whatever. And when you go there, a member of your own family starts making fun, a husband starts making fun of the wife or wife starts making taking jabs at the husband or parents of children, children, parents and their, you know, like they're saying insulting things in front of

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others, because they know it'll hurt, you know, and that's not okay to do that kind of, first of all, it's not okay, even if nobody was there. But how much worse than other people are there and you're taking digs at each other. You're insulting each other, how awkward for everybody else, but really how humiliating the view, you have no respect for yourself. Because if you can't respect your family, and you can respect that these are some internal differences and some conflicts that is nobody's business is nobody's business that they should be brought into it to humiliate the one that you want to take a dig up. Whether it be your brother, your spouse, your parent, your child, that

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doesn't matter. But they don't deserve to be humiliated in front of others. And so what they've done is pretty bad. They could have just been quiet. How did this add to that situation? How did this help anything? Like them saying if you stole it today, you had a brother that stole a long time ago? How does that help? Does that justify anything? If only you think well, it's not our side of the family where the good side of the family we have the cleaner blood? They come from, you know, if you take the Syriac tradition, son of their sons of a thief you know, and he's a brother of a brother of a liar. They say brother of a liar in the Syriac tradition, meaning they're referring to use of as a

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liar. Liar what we saw these dreams, right? These rooms are all a lie. And that's what they made fun of, and they were offended by his dreams in their version. The Quran is not saying that the Quran is saying something else, though, if you accept that they'll see that they stole he stole those idols and whatever, that's one variation. But if you if you take the Korans literary text without any secondary text explaining it, like the Quran just speaks for itself. And that's This is important because the vast majority of the Sahaba the vast majority of the people who heard the Quran for the first time, they didn't comment on this Like this. Like you find the second generation commenting

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that I've been have many comments about this. But the first generation you don't have much commentary about what's going on here. You know what that means? They're looking at the text at face value, and they're analyzing

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what's being said? They're not looking at some other secondary source to fill in the gaps you understand. So what does it look like? Just if the text were to speak for itself without any secondary sources? Well, what the text seems to be saying is, they are falsely accusing us of, of stealing too. Well, if you want to throw me under the bus, we'll take the opportunity to take that brother who we didn't do enough harm to yet apparently, because we physically damaged him, and we emotionally tortured him, but let's humiliate him in his absence, too. Why not throw that in? You know, he was a thief, too. He had a brother that is and they wouldn't even dignify him with a name.

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He had him he's not our brother. He's not our brother. It's his brother, that used to steal a katana kokkola have in common? It's incredible. The other remarkable thing about the way they spoke is in yesterday, in means efia. Yesterday is the present tense the melodic Muslim form, it's his job, but zoom here, because of the so called at the end, yesterday, the morefor form is yesterday, who with a llama T and the monsoon from yesterday, it's yesterday. Simple enough. It's basic Arabic grammar, because of in in the beginning, if it's a conditional statement, now, in English, you can say let me give you an analogy of linguistics. Before we get to this, make it simple for you, okay? If I say if

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I ate a burger, or if I ate a burger, then I compare that to if I eat a burger. So I compared the two I change the tense if I ate a burger, if I eat a burger, or if I write an essay, or if I wrote an essay, both are very, very similar. I change the tense a little bit but one thing it's not just past and present tense. One thing that changes if I say if I eat a burger, you can add if I eat a burger every day, if I eat a burger, meaning not just one time, but also continuously. Okay? If he studies as opposed to if he studied, if he studies doesn't mean he studies one time, if he studies means if he studies continuously, but if you say if he studied, that's referring to how many times

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one time now they don't say if he stole then his brother stole two. That's not what they said. They said if he steals, present tense, if he steals dunno, he had a brother that stole two steals meaning. Well, if he got caught this time, he probably steals more than that to

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like, they're not just saying this one time. They're saying, Well, if he got caught this one time, might as well add on some additional flavor and some additional accusations that have no basis and say he's probably in the habit of it. He probably steals and just gets away with it and got caught this time. And what a surprise because it runs on the genetic side of that family. Wow, guys, you guys are just how they did that? how quickly they humiliated their own. And you know, they the Arabs have weird Arabs have funny weird idioms, right ancient idioms, and one of them is hydro highly Viki, Tom tahina.

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Hard to translate it's the, you know, the guy who milks the cow, right? So they have a cow, the different parts of people come in milk, this cow, right. And some people are very rough with it, when they milk it, so they heard it, so it's become agitated, right? So when someone nice comes to milk it it starts head butting them. And he says, No, I'm the nice one that milks you. You're gonna give me a head, bud, give them out. But in other words, why are you hurting me? I'm the one that's good to you. You got it. What I'm trying to say here is man, I'm the one that I'm your brother, I'm your family. What harm Have I ever done to you? And you turn around and you not only not defend me

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which is bad enough, that gives me the benefit of the doubt which is bad enough. You love my brother and in with this as if this is a genetic thing? This is an inherited family trade. And so you're accusing me my brother, my mother, my and her ancestry altogether when insulting their mom at the same time because the bloodline, right, that's what they have in common. Their bloodline is dirty. And then on top of all of that, you're even accusing me that as if this is not the first time I've probably done this many times before.

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Wow, guys, why did I deserve this? Where's this aggression coming from? And what does Remember I told you Yusuf Ali Salaam is trying to break their arrogance little by little.

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What is this statement show? It ain't even close to broken yet. Do they have any remorse for what they did to use? The phrase on this statement itself makes it clear? None. Do they still have spite towards use of Harley song? Good riddance? Yeah. Not only do they not regret their act, they're completely over.

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With it well he was a thief anyway.

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He was a thief and there's a sort of the Quran has some science sometimes they poetic, you know literary nuance to it when they say if he stole, he had a brother who stole too. And the reality is user friendly Sam never stole. So what what could that mean? One if you take that story that I told you the idle story, but even if you don't take that story, you know what could mean? It could mean that sometime he was falsely accused of stealing.

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But even the accusation is enough for some people to present it as if it will, you know, by the way you were accused of stealing.

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And when you say accused of, in their mind the words accused of or equal to you did it? You did it. When you say allegedly, this person allegedly did this is very different from this person did this. But in our times, we know when you say about someone, this person allegedly did this. And is actually equal to they did it in the minds of everybody. They did it. Well, you know what they allegedly did? Right?

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So they're presenting the allegedly as if it is a fact. And there are people in families that do that. You know what they said about you? Right? You know, what was writing around about you? You know what your uncle said about you? You know what your cousin said about you? You know what I heard about you and you're talking to your sibling.

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You're talking to a brother, you're talking to a you know, an uncle or whoever, and you take hearsay, or accusations and allegations, and use them to beat them over their head as though they're facts. That's dirty family games. That's abuse. That's an abuse they're engaged in now. against a brother, who for different All they know is dead, but they're still not done with him. Look at that. Look at, you know, when you wonder what's the extent of spite, or jealousy, or hatred? How far does it go? Like when you did somebody harm the fire should burn out? Right? You're done. You did what you have to do. He's gone move on with your life. Do they look like they've moved on with their

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life? No,

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they haven't. And this is really, you go back to that first statement you found in the story? What Yahoo said when he talked about his brothers, he said in nasze donalyn insomnia movie, The devil is a clear enemy. Don't tell your brothers this dream. They'll scheme against you. The devil is an enemy. Let's think about the devil for a moment. He is mad at them. He is so mad at them on Islam because of the success story. Yeah.

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And he's still mad at them. Otherwise, I'm dying. I don't want the sun's gone. How our mother gone, how a billion copies are gone. Okay, so you got revenge with them? Then you got revenge with their sons? Are you done?

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Then you got revenge with their grandsons and their great grandsons. And you are still taking revenge. Every chance you get every moment you get and has the fire inside him gone out the hatred, the spiders towards human beings that he wants to see them suffer and humiliated. No, it's not gone. And you know what his best revenge against human beings is. He makes them feel the fire that he's burning with jealousy, hatred, don't let it burn out.

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Look at what he did to his brothers. It's been two years that kid has gone he's dead to you. He's dead. He's gone. He doesn't exist anymore. And your hatred for him won't go away to the point where he said, this has nothing to do with you. So this is Binyamin on a coffin is back. And you bring out of nowhere he had a brother he had a stealing habit to

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you know, like, you just had a chance to take another punch at him. So you did he may not be alive anymore, but my spite isn't dead.

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You know like Love knows no bounds. People say hate knows no balance. Jealousy knows no bounds. Even Okayama him Allah said about women surely ha see the Neva Hassan. He says, For every disease, there's a cure.

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But then there are some diseases for which there is no cure. The only thing you can do is ask Allah to protect you from them. That's all you can do. And jealousy is one of them. That's why we say women shall rehearse it in either hazard I seek refuge. I cling on to a lot from the evil of the one who has jealousy when they engage in jealousy. Man, the person you're jealous towards can be dead and you're still not done. You're still spitting on their grave. That's how far it can take you and how downward spiral it can take a human being. So now he says they say this about Binyamin. They say this about use of honey salon, they rip on their own family and who's listening to all of this, the

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first victim of their abuse use of himself. And what does the law say about use of honey?

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When they say this? Before I before I tell you what use of rice I'm saying I explained that what he said I need you to understand that

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He's been through a lot in life.

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He's been through kidnapping. He's been through physical abuse. He's been through child slavery. He's been traded as a commodity. He's lived as a slave away from his family. He's lived away from his dad, his mom. He's lived away from his parents, not because of his own will. He's the subject of hate by his own brothers who are older than him. He's been falsely accused, he's been thrown in jail. He's been forgotten about in jail. He has gone through a lot in life. When someone says they've seen suffering in life. You saw probably some scenes all seen a lot of suffering in life. But do you find in the lead describes his story, you ever find a lot describing him sitting there

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and crying, or swallowing his grief, or complaining or saying a lot? A lot? You know, this is too much for me. In fact, even when he was in jail, he was saying, this is a last favor on me that I happen to be from the legacy of Ibrahim Ali. So remember that, like this is his attitude, this positive attitude. But then these guys are standing in front of him. He's no longer in jail. He's not he's not a slave anymore. He's not in the depths of a well, he's sitting in the highest seat in the country. Everybody respects him, yet above what woman and out of the heights, we are shot, he can move in the land and settle and set rules wherever he wants. He is in complete control. He has

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redeemed all of those, those those pains are gone. He's living in a life of relief. Yes. Physically, socially, economically, emotionally, he's no longer under any kind of harm. Yes. And now his brothers are powerless in front of him begging him for food. Yes. And when these words come out of their mouth, well, if he stole he had a brother who used to steal too, he stole too, when those words come out of their mouth is baseless accusation. Allah says therefore, then at that moment, I saw raha Yusuf enough see he use have kept it hidden inside of himself. And scholars of Tafseer said kept what hidden?

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Because Allah didn't say kept his anger hidden, kept his sadness hidden, kept his rage hidden cap. his hatred for what they have just said hidden, kept his disgust hidden, kept what hidden inside of him, kept the answer he could have given them out right at that moment, it Allah just said it because it's almost as if it is indescribable. It is almost as if one word wouldn't have done it.

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Saw less as he wouldn't he kept it hidden inside him. like as if the hezonja you know,

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Lucy calls it has asthma like the extreme rage and spite that he felt at that time he swallowed it. He didn't change the look on his face.

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Like what did you just say?

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Do you know who I am?

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I can't take on all this on now. I know you just you know what?

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You know what guards? Hold on. I got this.

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When you hear something that's so enraged as you saw hurts you so humiliate you, and you're in a power to crush the One Who said it?

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Yeah, and he has that power.

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And in that moment, what does he do? He keeps a cool face doesn't even let them know he's moved by it doesn't let them know that they're talking about him is they're calling him a thief to his face when that's not even true. And the funny thing is, you should talk you stole a child.

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You have moral upper ground, you attempted murder. You're gonna talk and that's the funny thing about people. They're quick to point out your family. They're quick to point out how your mistakes falsely even alleged mistakes are and very blind to their dirty laundry. And the skeletons in their closet that are amount of graveyards.

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They won't look at that. They'll point out what you did. Have you looked at yourself? So use a phrase that um, swallowed his grief has hurt. And why am I saying that? Because he went through all those experiences and never did Alessi he swallowed his grief. He swallowed his hurt. He kept it hidden. He kept his pain. Allah didn't say that he said basically remain grateful. Yes.

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But when your own family hurts you like this, it hurts like nothing else. And it takes an extra effort to keep that inside. And then Allah adds while I'm you, buddy holla home and he didn't expose it to them. He didn't let them have it. He didn't let them know that it's getting to him.

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He did not give that to them. It's also profound Sunday.

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Use of

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sometimes abusive people in your family, may Allah protect you from them. And may Allah keep us from being abusive people, in our families.

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Sometimes abusive people get a high out of the look that they will get on your face when they really hurt you.

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They want to see you hurt.

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And what does Allah messenger do use advice on prophet do, he won't give that to them, of course, he wants to keep the secret.

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I'm not gonna give you that. That's a victory for you. You know, for some people causing hurt is actually an accomplishment.

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They feel like they did something when they cause you hurt. There are some people who are so twisted in their head, they can't accomplish anything good in life. They're not relevant in any way. So the only way they can be relevant is by causing you pain. And when they see you suffer, they feel like okay, now I exist.

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Now I have some effect in the world, I have some impact on earth may not be good. But I still exist. Look at what I caused him. Look at what I caused her. That's the power they have user facing, and will not even give them that anymore.

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He won't. Well, let me move the hello and look at the reinforcement that Elon mentioned. He kept it a secret inside of himself and didn't expose it to them.

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Wait, if you keep it a secret, obviously, you didn't expose it? Right? If I say I hit I hit it, and I didn't show it. Well, if you just said I hit it. The I didn't show it part is unnecessary, right?

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Because obviously, when you hit it, you didn't show it. But alas, has both he kept it hidden inside himself. And he didn't show it to them. Why I say twice like that, from both both angles. Why? Perhaps one reason could be because it was that hard to hide. He kept it hidden, and it wanted to keep coming out and he wouldn't let it show to them. He kept suppressing it like a volcanic volcanic eruption inside you. And you're just letting it go and letting it go. Allah describes this in Milan, as well cow we mean AlLahi those who swallow anger, the swallowers of anger, right? If you just let it bury deep inside you. And there will be a moment of justice this isn't it. You have a plan. Yusuf

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Ali Salaam, his, you see he has a method and a scheme that he needs to see through. But right now his emotions can take over. He could say, forget the plan. I'm gonna deal with this right now. He could do that right in a moment of rage. You can forget logic, you can forget your plan. You can forget your you know, the long term thinking let all that go, man, it just got to me what they said just, I couldn't take it, bro. How are they going to come after you and me.

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And they're making a comment about our mother. Because that's what it is really behind. It is a comment about their mother.

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He sent me some he's gonna be talking about my mom like that and get away with it. And Yusuf Ali Salaam kept that inside of him. Now, all of a sudden, some say that that sadness inside of them. The other the answer he had for them. He kept inside Hello. He had an epic answer for them. But he didn't say it. He said it in his head. And he didn't let them know that he's answered them but in his head. Right.

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And you know what? Usually people do that when they don't. They're too scared to talk to you to your face. So they'll talk back to you like, sometimes your kids will talk back to you like

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clean the table.

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Sir, would you say al hamdu? lillahi Rabbil? aalameen?

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That's not what you said.

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You say stupid? No, no, I didn't say stupid. That's a stupendous.

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When did when does somebody do that when they're scared that they'll be heard. Because the one that will hear them has authority over them. This is the flip use of isn't a position of power. He's the one swallowing it in, you understand that? This is a difficult level of subject. This is the kind of subject that you have to show when you have the power to take revenge.

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And then you still don't you still hold it in, you still keep your composure.

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There's different kinds of sub there's someone when somebody's beating on you, and you just gotta have stubborn, they're stubborn, you're stuck in bad weather and there's no AC you gotta have sub sub over conditions that have power over you. Or what about sub or when you have power over the situation, and you still won't exert your muscle, you still want exert your power. While I'm on sabara well lafora for in the lichaj lemon asmall more Quran says whoever can have sub and forgive and cover up and that is one of the most remarkable things that can be accomplished. Man, to have the power and to not exact to not let it be let it be seen. That's a remarkable ability. And that's

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what You surprise me. You see he in a sense

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Yusuf Ali Salaam Sabah has been tested in almost every scenario. He has to have suffered against his own urges, he has to have suffered against slander, he has to have somebody hits, you know, physical torment, he has to have suffered against treachery, betrayal, he has to have suffered against so many situations. And now he has to have suffer while he has the power to take revenge.

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The Civilian position of weakness and civilian position of strength, he has to show that it's a lot faster than somebody in like every way, in every possible way, so hon Allah. So anyway, so he is now swallowing this insight, and some say that he had an answer for them, like I said, and he didn't say it to them. He said it in his head. But then the answer has actually been stated. He kept it secret inside him and didn't show it to them. And the answer to what he didn't show to them is this answer. Here's what he says.

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He says, I'm Tom collar and Tom Sharon makonnen, you are worse off where you stand. worse off in terms of place. In other words, what this means a few things. That's your worst thing. One meaning of this is all you think he's in trouble because he stole

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you are in bigger trouble than you ever imagined. Brother.

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You guys have no idea what you're messing with. You think he's bad? Oh, you're far worse. Or you think he's in trouble. And his brother was in trouble. Or you're in so much more trouble. You don't even know who you're messing with. And Tom Sharon makonnen. Another meaning of anthem. Sharon makonnen is also he stole and his brother stole and they're evil. You are far more evil in terms of where you stand. You stole a child.

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You slander you stole this boy's dignity right now. That's what you just did. You stole a man. You know, the love of a father. That's what you stole. So he's that's a comment about that too. But yet another interpretation of shuttling mechanic can be, you are worse than you were before.

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Oh, my God, you are bad when you took me into the well, because you're looking to get dad's love. And now forget about dad's love. You're still insulting me. You're humiliating your brother, you are even worse now than you were then.

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Man, you didn't get any better, you got worse. And I'm Shannon makonnen. So there's like multiple layers to this statement he has inside of them, these feelings that he has inside of them. And that's a very frustrating feeling. You would think you know, when somebody did wrong to you, and you finally get to confront them after so many years. What do you hope? I'm sorry for what I did to you all those years ago.

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I shouldn't have done that. I regret it. I regret I I take it back. I wish I could go back and not do what I did.

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something in me knew that was wrong. By the way, we've seen that Remember, the minister's wife? Doesn't she regret what she did? So there's that scenario, right? So he was hoping for this from them. But man, not only do they not regret, they are worse than when they were then undo Sharon mccannon. That's extremely painful. For a man in that position of power. The hurt that was caused to him by this comment of his brothers was so heavy that he had to keep it inside of him. Which is to me an incredible statement in the Quran, because this man has gone through so much. And he didn't have to make an effort to swallow the pain. And now this one statement of his brothers falsely

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slandering and accusing him

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and showing hatred towards him and his brother, and he has to swallow it, meaning it's a struggle for him to stay patient.

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It's harder for him now, what does that tell you and me? It tells us that outside enemies are difficult circumstances, they require Subbu but sobor against the abusive words of your own family is a special kind of juice you got to have. That's not easy. That's something that takes a lot to hold in the rage that family can cause the frustration, the pain, the anguish that the words of family members can cause and he does a lot doesn't describe this kind of pain for when they were physically hurting him.

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But he describes this kind of pain when he's no and no physical pain. It's just their words.

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Roboto lanisha Dubin Solon is in Arabic. Maybe words or words hurt more than a beating does. That's what this is. The prime minister of the land is hurt by their words. And in his heart, he's saying you're worse than you ever were. Until Sharon McCann and you're worse off in where you stand. Well, Allahu Allah will be motto seafood. And Allah knows better about the accusations you're making right now. I will not tell the world that I know better. But Allah knows. Allah. Allah has more knowledge of the kinds of creativity

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descriptions you make. In other words, he's just saying, oh, he's now saying, Allah knows better of the lies you're making now and the lies you've been making. God knows if this is the kind of lying you're capable of what you've been doing all these years. What have you been up to?

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And this ayah is a this I wanted to just spend time on this alone, to help you appreciate myself appreciate something. Yusuf Ali salam, his name is not mentioned like that, you know, you have

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what am I done? Oh, Allah usofa right. When they came in, they entered upon use of our laiho, Indiana who for a lot of the SP mechanisms, phenomena has zombie jazzy it doesn't have a llama Hassan Yusuf will be jazzy. Well, well, and I you know, I 7071 70 270-374-7576 And finally, in 76, Allah mentioned use of by name, we made a scheme for use of right so Allah mentions use of by name. But now, now that he's been mentioned by name, he doesn't have to be mentioned by name again. He did mention by pronoun he held it in in everybody who had read the story would have realized he meaning who use have held it in but Allah mentions his name highlights and again,

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is highlighting something special about use of and this this event of having to hold his pain inside that came from his brothers. This is to let us know that this is a very serious crime. This is not a small matter. It's not something easy to swallow. Even for someone with the caliber of use of Southern

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even for a profit. This is not easy to withhold for a surah Yousuf have enough Colm up Allah home. Allah anthem Sharon mccannon Allahu Allah will be merciful. It's interesting. At the end of it all he cannot prove. This is the last thing I'll show he cannot prove that he's innocent that he never stole.

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Because once they make that accusation that happened years ago, there's no evidence word, his word against theirs, isn't it? So it's 10 words against ones, isn't it? At the end of the day,

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you know, he understands something about that. There are accusations made towards you by your family, and maybe by others, there's nothing you'll be able to do about it to clear your name. It doesn't matter what testimony you bring what evidence you bring, it won't matter. Because they're not interested in the truth. Anyway, they're more interested in slander than they are in truth.

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So he says, Allah will deal with you, while Allahu Alem will be merciful. Allah knows better the kind of descriptions you make. Allah knows better, this the consequences of your lies. Allah knows better that you're lying. I don't have to. I don't have to prove anything. Allah has all the proof I need.

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Allah knows the truth. That's enough for me. People don't have to know it's fine. Everybody here can think you had a brother that stolen by the way when the truth comes out? The truth will come out soon, right?

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Won't people remember? Hey, so what are you talking about use of stealing.

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Our thinking gonna say that.

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These guys said previously that use of stole so our Prime Minister was a thief when he was a kid.

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And he already knows that maybe that will come up later on. The people will talk. By the way. Doesn't the public look for any dirt on a politician? Anything they can pick up on? And he already knows when family can humiliate you like that it can spread like wildfire, but it's okay. Allah knows better about the descriptions you make. I don't have to defend myself

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a little differently. One of the most beautiful things about this idea and I'll leave you with this is his conclusion.

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When they lied to Yahoo.

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So many years ago, when they lied to him about the shirt, remember?

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He said well law hold masano Allah.

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Allah says help is the only one that can be sought against the creative lies you make Allah ma Tosi, foon.

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Who said this yaku when you have disappeared?

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decades later, those brothers are lying, but not to yaku. Who are they lying to? You sir. And what does he say? Well, Allahu Allah, Mo, B ma Toshi foon. Allah knows better about the creative lies you make Moto Z phone came out of the father's mouth when they lied. Moto Z phone came out of the son's son's mouth decades later when they lied.

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And the sun wasn't there to hear the father say it.

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When they said it. You know,

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kids pick up on the language of their parents. Right? We use expressions and talk as you're growing up the people around you. You learn to pick up phrases and things like that from them, right.

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It's so beautiful that as a child, he learned how to describe people

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Live from his father. And so many decades later in a position of power, even the thoughts he had in his head, mirror the language of his father.

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He echoed the words of his dad, he's connected to his dad in spirit, even though physically they're disconnected.

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And when they're faced with the same situation, these young man these people lying, their response is almost identical. Allah's help should be sought. Allah knows better about what what creative lies you make motto seafood motto seafood? Well, law was the annual low on the mantle seafood, it's so beautiful.

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So you can separate me from my dad, but you'll never separate me from my dad.

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He's closer to their dad than he ever will be, even though they're physically next to him. He's still closer to them. He's still more like Him. It's so beautiful. That Allah describes the power of a genuine spiritual connection between family. And what that means also is we don't just have a relationship and family of love, of care of providing of paying the bills of taking them to school, you know, of taking care of each other or going on trips together or buying things for IID for each other. We don't just have that relationship. We have a spiritual bond.

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We have a spiritual connection. We talk about a law in ways that leaves an imprint on each other.

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And so an imprint was left on this child's mind about how when you're faced with a situation like that, leave it to a law.

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And so the father said we'll law who almost are an island motto seafood, and the son says well law who will be motto seafood, it's the the spiritual imprint, man. It's something profound. Don't underestimate the value of talking to your kids, especially about a line less than you think you'll send them to an Islamic school or have them watch some videos or, you know, all of that's great. But nothing will compare to the imprint, a parent will leave on a child's psyche, about Allah.

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It comes from a special place that Allah has created between parents and children. And beyond that within family. So you see two opposites in this ayah you see the worst imprints between family, the worst impressions and scars that family can cause. And then you find some of the most beautiful, beautiful remnants that even the smallest conversation that you remembered as a child still continue to impact even the way he thinks in his head. He's not even saying this out loud. His thoughts are influenced by the therapy or the the upbringing that his father gave him so many years ago.

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So without inshallah with Allah conclude our brief discussion of iron number 77 barakallahu li welcome, Phil per annum Hakim, one of our annual iottie with the color scheme was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.