Tafsir Ayatul Kursi

Nouman Ali Khan

Channel: Nouman Ali Khan

Topics: Tafsir

Episode Notes

Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan delves an explicit explanation on the Tafsir of Ayatul Kursi. He also provides deep insight on the greatest verse in the Qur’an, Ayat Al Kursi – verse 255 of Surah Al-Baqarah and the occasions on which it should be recited.   

It is the most blessed Ayah in the Qur’an because of the content, subject, and style of the verses. It is about the Names, Grandeur, and Majesty of Allah SWT. When should this magnificent Ayah be recited?

  • Before going to sleep every night.
  • If recited after every single Salah, we have been promised Jannah.
  • When we wake up in the morning and in the evening for protection from Shaytan.

Ubayy bin Ka’ab (RA) stated: Allah’s Messenger ﷺ said: “O Abu al-Mundhir, do you know the verse from the Book of Allah which, according to you, is the greatest?” I said: “Allah and His Apostle ﷺ know best.” He again said: “Abu al-Mundhir, do you know the verse from the Book of Allah which, according to you, is the greatest?” I said: “Allah, there is no god but He, the Living, the Eternal.” Thereupon he struck me on my chest and said: “May knowledge be pleasant for you, O Abu al-Mundhir!”

The translation of Ayat Ul Kursi is as follows:

Allah! There is no deity except Him, the Alive, the Eternal. Neither slumber nor sleep overtakes Him. Unto Him belongs whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth. Who is he that intercedes with Him except by His leave? He knows that which is in front of them and that which is behind them, while they encompass nothing of His knowledge except what He will. His throne includes the heavens and the earth, and He is never weary of preserving them. He is the Sublime, the Tremendous.

He then analyses each verse one by one for a beautiful Tafseer:

  • “Allah! There is no deity except Him, the Alive, the Eternal.” – This statement means that there is no god but Allah, and He is the Supreme Lord of all creations. Also, there is absolutely nothing worth worshipping, except Him. The Alive, the Eternal means that Allah is Self-Existing and that He is Ever-Living and Everlasting, Who never dies, Who sustains everyone and everything. Nothing can exist without His Order and Will.
  • “Neither slumber nor sleep overtakes Him.” – Allah is above and beyond all states of drowsiness or sleep. He is Supreme and is Aware of what every soul earns. Among His perfect attributes is the fact that He is never affected by slumber or sleep. His power is Absolutely Perfect. 
  • “Unto Him belongs whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth.” – This indicates that everyone is a servant of Allah, under His Power and Authority. Everything on earth or in the heavens is owned by Allah. He is the Ultimate Authority. 
  • “Who is he that intercedes with Him except by His leave?” – Nobody can intercede in His Presence except by His permission on the Day of Judgment. Allah has explained that no intercession will work in His Court except which He permits. 
  • “He knows that which is in front of them and that which is behind them.” This refers to His Perfect Knowledge of all creation; including the past, present and future. This is proof of Allah’s Knowledge that encompasses all the worlds.
  • “While they encompass nothing of His Knowledge except what He will.” – No one attains any knowledge except that which Allah allows. All-Encompassing Knowledge of every particle in the universe is a unique attribute of none but Allah.
  • “His throne includes the heavens and the earth.” –  Kursi represents the Throne of Allah. This magnificent verse explains Allah’s Existence, Sovereignty, Power and Knowledge that extends over the heavens and the earth.
  • “And He is never weary of preserving them.” – Allah has no trouble in preserving and managing whatever is in the heavens and the earth, and those who are in the Dominion of Allah.
  • “He is the Sublime, the Tremendous.” – Allah is the Most Exalted and the Greatest. He is the Most High, the Greatest. There is no deity worthy of worship except Him, and no lord other than Him. 

Thus, Ayat al-Kursi gives a summarized description of Allah’s Oneness and His Perfections.

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southern I mean, none of that. I mean, the mama bad. Once again, everybody said Mr. de como, Gatto, inshallah, the intention today is a pretty tall order, I'm going to try to go through not all the observations I've ever studied on sulit on ayatul kursi, but a good number of them in Sharla. And because we have a tall order, I'm not going to spend a lot of time on introduction, I want to get right into the material. A lot. There are just just the minimal introduction I can give you is that I takushi is made up of nine beautiful declarations, there are nine sentences, nine teachings you can save, that allows me just gives us in this one, you know, massive IRA, all of them going back to

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him. They're all about himself. And the starting point of all of it is actually the Arabic word inna, which is part of the first sentence Allahu La Ilaha Illa who will help you so we're going to discuss that word a little bit. First, get a grasp of it, and then talk about the word a lot and then keep keep going bitch beat the lotto. So that first word Allah in Arabic, which is commonly translated, like we say, La Ilaha, Illallah, there's no god except Allah. Right? So the word Allah is commonly translated as God, but it's actually a very profound, deep and heavy word of the Arabic language. The word Allah from Allah, Allah who actually means to worship. And because of it, some

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have taken the word ILA and translated it as Mahmoud in Arabic, which means the object of worship, meaning, that's what they translate, there is no one worthy of worship except Allah. That's what it comes from when they when they look at it as Allah Hi, Allahu Allah. But there is a subtle difference between them. And the Arabic language. When you say Mahmoud, you're saying someone who deserves to be worshipped or someone that is worshipped. When you say Illa it's what's called an infinitive a Muslim, which means worship itself. And the equivalent of that from the same origin would have been the word Malou, the one to be worshipped, and instead of saying, Allah says, Allah,

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and what does that do? It actually suggests that there is no actual worship ever being done. Unless it's being done for Allah, like worship, and its true nature is only really done when it's done for Allah. There, you know, so you're not just saying there's no god except Allah. You're actually saying, nobody's actually truly even experienced what worship means. unless they've done it for Allah. They may have had some spiritual experiences, they may have had some rituals that they participated in. But Allah is making this bold statement that you haven't experienced God like you should have, or spirituality like you should have, unless it was dedicated to a large project

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himself. The second meaning of ILA comes from Alia, Illa, Fulani, and that actually, in the Arabic language means to find peace and someone to find contentment in someone to turn to someone when you're sad or overwhelmed. That's why it's paralleled with Fatah, Illa. Fulani, a willya before learning to be you know, to be desperate for someone also, the word Allah actually means the one you're not going to find any peace anywhere except with Allah. You're not going to find contentment anywhere else except Allah. There is no one to run to or turn to in desperation except Allah. Allah is the only companionship you'll ever possibly have. That's within the meanings of you know, you

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know, when we just translated as there's no one worthy of worship, except Allah, we just skip over all these beautiful meanings, then the implication of le ha is also Tahira to be amazed or overwhelmed or being all of someone. And so La ilaha illAllah. Actually, one of them, its implications is, there's nothing to be in all, nothing to be amazed by like a lies, like nothing in life will ever overwhelm you and put you in humility, like Alexa, which I will. And then of course, as we go further to one of my favorite meanings, and that's where we're all our discussion about a lab will actually begin some scholars of language actually argued that le ha, or ILA doesn't come

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from Hamza lamb and her like, la ha, it actually comes from Allah while Lamin Ha. And that's what's called Abdullah, in Arabic, the world can turn into a Hamza, and that could come from multiple origins. When you say it's really her, or a Willie hajela who that actually means to have desperate or intense love for someone. And it's so it's one of the brands of love that I'll talk to you about in a second. But it's actually to be overwhelmed in love so much so that you don't even feel any pain. Even if you are in pain. You don't feel hunger, even if you are in hunger, like that, that love itself becomes your appetite. That's what fulfills you. So with that little bit of an

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introduction of what the word Illa suggests, Allah is not introducing himself

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When he calls himself ILA has just a god. That's one of the base meanings of it. But he's someone that you turn to in desperation, someone that you have intense love for someone that you turn to when you're looking for peace and contentment. Someone that in your most desperate of times is going to be there for you. And of course, the the incredible object of your love. Now the Arabs, back in the day, they were really obsessed with this idea of love. And they have lots of words for it. Actually, I'll give you a list. And how a subway shut off, I'll watch the akella for the H najwa, a show called Vasa, but it's the cardinal wood. I'll hold her arm and hope and voila, Allium?

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Actually, I used to think there were nine or 10 levels of love, I actually found that there are 14 in the Arabic language, 14 degrees of love. And each one of them suggests something like the lowest, the least of love, they say is how our which is like, when you lust someone, it's just a base kind of love, meaning you're just physically, you know, impressed with somebody. And there's nothing more to it than that. And it keeps building from there, right. So for example, one of the degrees of love, I won't go through all of them.

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Maybe another seminar on just love inshallah, but the word is, for example, when you really miss someone, when that love makes you really miss somebody, then you have a word. You know, When love becomes heavy on your heart, it's called the color. Like it's like a burden you're carrying. That's another degree of love. You know, unnatural is actually a kind of love that you have to keep secret because it keeps showing on your face. But you can't even hide it that you're just you know, completely and absolutely in love. allistic honor is the kind of love that makes you feel paralyzed. You can't even get out of bed just thinking about it. It's it overwhelms you, you know. And so of

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these degrees of love, when you go all the way to the end, let's let me take you all the way to the last degree of love that the Arabs believe is the last degree of love, they actually call it an E M. And then he have an Arabic is from the verb Hama, which is used for camels, when they're looking for water when they run out of water. And they're wandering in the desert looking for water. And they're aimlessly they go a few steps this way, then there's a few steps that within a few steps that way, aimless wandering, looking for water, that's called hammers, the expression for example, how Murphy Boulevard in somebody's wandering, like a crazy person aimlessly in this direction or that

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direction. In other words, they argue that the last degree of love is the one that drives you insane and renders you completely useless. You're just you've gone crazy. So that's the last one, which means it's not healthy. It's actually annihilation. It's self annihilation. That's him, one less than that. So it's the last one will kill you. But the last one that's still healthy, the one that you can still that you can have in this the most intense you can have is actually a winner. And winner is the kind of love that makes you feel no pain that fulfills you even in the most desperate and void of times when everything else is going wrong. So long as you have this love you feel like

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you don't need anything else. All your other needs have been satisfied. And that's from the origin of the word Allah. So when for example, some Christian friends come and tell me Our God is love. But your God is not love. You believe in Allah. And he's not well, actually he's our Allah, which actually suggests that he is the most intense love that can ever be experienced. You know, then you it just changes your perspective on familia Akiko, whom Allah, Allah will be enough for you, Allah will be enough like a light in the sense of even the love that is going to fulfill your life will be enough for you. So it begins with just summarizing, it begins with the object of worship, and it

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goes on to all these other things. But now, idol kursi does not begin with La ilaha illAllah begins Allahu La Ilaha Illa Hua, it's a different organization a little bit, there's an additional word even if you don't know the Arabic language, there's the word ally in the beginning. And then there's the word who at the end again, you could just make the shorter and just say la ilaha illa Ma, right? But Allah put the word Allah as the subject of the sentence, the verb of the sentence, and then the habit of it is a sentence by itself. Let's understand why that happens. If you remember a few minutes ago, I told you that this ayah is made up of nine declarations and each one of them is

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actually a continuation of the word Allah. So the word Allah, there are nine sentences in the ayah. And I want you to think let's think about this in English for a second. For each of those nine sentences. The first word in that sentence is the word Allah even if you don't say it.

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Allahu La ilaha illa Allah

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Allahu Lata hallucinogen velana Allahu la Houma is similar to Murphy's Law. It's like that, for each one of those statements. You first think of the word Allah and then that statement, then the word Allah and then that statement, then the word a line, then that statement. So Allah becomes a subject of all nine of the declarations that are coming. So we're gonna put and that's the benefit of putting the word ally in the beginning like that is that's what it does, it actually allows us to think of each one of those as a continuum.

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like as if here are the nine things you need to know about Allah.

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Allah, so it's on such and such and such and Allah such and such and such a lot of such and such and such it's really beautiful that Allah Did that surprise on wattana Okay, and so now and what's amazing about that also is notice a lot there is no one worthy of worship obedience love to find contentment and peace and except he that's the word no, right? But notice in that sentence, when I tried to translate it, I said except he, I use the pronoun he, for each one of these nine sentences, the pronoun that goes back to a level keep coming up. Meaning the style the signature of Allah in these nine sentences is they start with the word Allah and somehow or the other they mentioned Allah

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is a pronoun again, a lot. That's who he is that that who, who certain Well, I don't know who Marcus Amati Moffitt of Mengele, the ashfur or in the who elaborative me, has the word who are in it Nabina at him.

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When are you He told me he loved me, Masha was the accuracy you who the who again, somehow it went up? Whether you do who have to go home? Well, who are the Robin hannula every one of them goes back to a lot. Yeah, oh, then Eliza keeps going back keeps going back keeps going back. And the thing is, in Arabic, they say Amelia Electra, the pronoun when you use the word he it goes back to a noun. The only noun here is a law. And that's how they all keep going back to Allah azza wa jal. So now, when he makes this absolute declaration, there's not even such a thing as finding peace except Allah. There's no such thing as finding love, true love except a lot. There's no such thing as finding

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finding fulfillment except Allah. There's no such thing as actual worship except Allah, no one to be worshipped except Allah. And even these, these notions of love fulfillment, peace Alliance, making this incredible statement. Not only is he the object of these things, but these experiences in and of themselves you've never had, except with a law. Everything you've had is just a fraction, the real thing is only when you find a law, and that is who he is. That's the first thing he wanted us to know about him. Allahu La Ilaha La ilaha illa Allah. And so about now himself, he's going to continue to describe this first statement is now going to conclude with two of his names. He decides

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to give us the two names alhaj and Alka young, at high alcohol, which, you know, they, it's tough to translate, you know, and how you can be translated as the living, right? That's an easy translation, and you're the maintainer, the caretaker. And so we're going to dig into each of these words a little bit. So we appreciate how these things are now coming together. For Daddy will be URL here the latona ll cannon will pass the under masiva, who you see

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the URL in LA you heard the word el, when you said, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah who will tell you that I'm actually suggest something that is perfect or complete. And it's also suggest that something other than Him is missing it. And that the reason the word Allah either living is used in the sense that the absolute source of life, and the one truly living is a lot. Every other thing that exists that has life, I have life plants have life, animals can have life. Everything else that has life is missing something in it, because it will be it will be struck down by death. Eventually, we'll all be struck down by that. And eventually at one point, all of those things were dead to

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begin with going to Mamata used to be that to begin with, right? But Allah when he says LA, there was never any death, that was a part of him, normal death ever be experienced by him so proud of what he created the institution of death, in a sense, even distinguished himself, him being the ultimately living from everything besides Him. It's also and when we combine these two words, I'll share some more things with you. We're not believing in a God that just is all powerful, or some force, you know, like Star Wars style, the forces with you or some unseen thing that kind of, you can manipulate and use and, you know, it's like a machine or a program or some kind of consciousness

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or whatever. This is actually a living being is full of life. You know, it's not just a machine like some people say, Well, I don't believe in God, but I believe in nature. Or I believe in the force, or I believe in the universe, you know, or believe in the laws of nature. These laws that are blind that don't have a consciousness that just govern themselves, they they're just free floating things, you know, or philosophers would believe in abstract ideas that have no consciousness. Allah azza wa jal describes himself as La saying, how can you actually experience love adoration, human beings, when they find peace in someone, when they desperately turn to someone, when they have a

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relationship with someone when they love someone else will have to be someone living would have to be the first statement Allahu La Ilaha Illa who is invalid if you're it's directed to someone who doesn't even have life. It doesn't necessarily have to be someone who possesses life. You know, even when people worship stones, idols, they actually believe behind this idol is someone living if they generally

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Only believed all this is a stone, they wouldn't be able to worship it. They'd have to attribute some kind of life to it. Allah says, Why go for some form of life or another go for the source of all life, la, la. And so he adds to that the incredible thing just because he's just because someone is alive, doesn't mean they care

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is too different things. You can worship someone or Let's not talk about worship, let's take a lesser example, you believe in the power of a king, he's alive, as he is still has authority. But that doesn't mean the king cares for you. Just because you accept his authority as the King doesn't mean that he's going to take care of his subjects. Those are two different things. When he says I'm consumed, he actually adds his attribute that not only is he living, but he actually takes care.

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And it's a pretty interesting word to use in combination with that, hey, because if he's living, the first thought would have been that he'll hear my prayers he'll hear when I asked him for help. He'll hear what I plead when I'm in need. But before you got to even mention your need, he says I'm taking care of you. I'll call you like, whether you ask or not, I'm still taking care of you. There are people who never asked a lot anything unless still takes care of every heartbeat they have left still takes care of every breath they take. He still came to them without them even asking. He is a high like no one else. You know, when you when you found out that a lion, hey, and you turn to Him

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in desperation, but in the first sentence, or the first part of this sentence, when you said Allahu La ilaha illallah wa, when you turn to him, as ILA, if you turn to anybody else in desperation, they won't know your needs until you ask until you come before them. You know, and they may or may not ever be able to take care of you until you express. There are people who even love you, and they're hurting you. There are people who love you and they're hurting you and until you let them know where you're actually hurting. I had no idea I was hurting you. I had no clue. Why didn't you say this sooner? Until we express it's not there. Sometimes we feel neglected. Like I don't think you're

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taking care of me. I don't think you're taking care of what you're supposed to. And you have to bring it to the attention of the one who's neglectful but allow remarkably subhana wa tada he's establishing the foundations of my relationship with Him He is alive which means he's constantly there and he's you're not just speaking into thin air you know your your please are being answered and someone is listening. But even when you're not asking he's constantly taking care. So now let's dig into this word until you see little mobile Allah. Allah wasn't him. Allah was in very mature man in kenema Alka mo fitted very, very healthy he fee insha Allah him What are the beauty him it's

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actually a hyperbolized form of the word, God him is maintainer

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or him is maintainer, someone who maintains repeatedly as co one like Luca Muna ellonija now we're covered. But can you is actually a rule, which is very rare use of the Arabic language, you know, making some some words spelled like this, I you like that it's not a normal thing in Arabic to do. So it's a novella, it is a hyperbole, but it's not a usual one. And that's a large way of telling us that Allah is taking care in way that in a way that is unusual, unprecedented. You know, the closest thing to this word that comes in the Koran is actually used for people. And it's used for men who take care of women of the Mona Lisa, like sons take care of their mothers, or, you know, they take

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care of older parents and things like that. Or you take care of your daughters or you take care of the spouse or you take care of the women in your family, etc. That's a while Mona Lisa, because you maintain it, you make sure they're doing okay. You make sure they're not starving, you make sure they're safe and things like that, you know, whose job is it to make sure all the doors are locked at night, or to make sure everybody's at home? Or they're not, you know, if somebody's not calling you back, your sister's not calling you back and you're worried about where are you, you know, or somebody who's traveling, who's going to make sure everything's going okay, it's the man of the

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family, there's the alarm. But after you know, the law takes care in ways that even creation can't. And so he says, remove it at Emory healthy, he is someone who takes care of the planning. And every now not only did Allah maintain or design how we were created, but he also maintains our entire plan for how we're going to live. lay it all out. That's part of his him being a young

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mo Allah coalition also means the one overseeing everything. And can you you know, extremely visually overlooking everything constantly. You know, it reminds me of a phrase in Arabic. It's used in Alia and Ron, for when somebody owes somebody money, right, somebody or somebody's money and they're not paying them back. And the guy who wants his money back, keeps calling keeps calling keeps calling shows up at the door. He's like, harassing the guy in llama de la. He called him until you stand constantly over him just over standing over him like, Hey, come on, come on, come on. So there's this harassment, necessary vigilance necessary to get your money back from that guy. You

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have to stay on his case over and over and over.

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Again, that's the word God him. Allah azza wa jal uses the word and consume. And in it, there's an interesting imagery. But Allah had masala we're just talking about imagery right now column actually means standing

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in standing when someone's standing over something and watching something, or taking care of something and when someone's sitting down and taking care of something, there's a difference. If I was, for example as to take responsibility and watch over something, and I'm just sitting back and watching, that actually means I'm not as actively involved. If I'm standing over, it actually shows I'm more vigilant, more active. That's why I'll call him

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under the lion as well I anomaly and now Hello, Canada. Alec. lyoko, Nuka human. Well, Kodiak uno Karima.

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The one who doesn't get exhausted doesn't get sleepy or drowsy. You know, like a think of a security guard. We'll get to that analogy a little later to think of a security guard who's sitting back, supposed to be watching the lobby or whatever, when you sit for a while what happens?

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I've gone to plenty of buildings of the security guards like, you know, earning a passive income literally, you know, like,

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you know, the idea of car as someone who's watching over something vigilantly. But even when someone's standing, is it possible someone standing is still dozing off? Does that happen? Sure.

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It's not possible if you call someone a young girl.

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Because the bravado keeps it from being passive, keeps it from being lackadaisical. It's like someone who really truly watches over diligently watches over cares for maintains and does so consistently in a way that nobody else does. That's the meaning of alcohol. But now, if you combine these two, Allahu La Ilaha, Illa, Huwa, LA, Alka you, there's no point accepting someone as a law. If they're not living, I already made that point.

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And is still no point accepting that someone has a law. And they're living, if they don't care.

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Like if they don't maintain or take care of you, or take care of things around you. Why would you even want to worship them? Like it's, you know, and they're alive but incapable, or alive or insensitive, allows me to combine both. And hey, I'll tell you. And the other interesting thing, this this statement that he is the living, and he's the one who takes care if they were the most equal, and we're challenged by this statement, because if you have other gods that you think are alive, you have other gods that you think take care of your business. They should be so offended by this statement from Allah, that he's the only one who does this, that they should stand up and they

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should send their own messages. They should challenge Allah, they should send their own miracles, they should convince their patrons of their own legitimacy. No one stands when Allah says, Hi, yoka Yun, everybody's lack of every false gods lack of life. And everyone false gods inability to be able to use becomes established just in that statement is nobody ever comes to challenge it. So now that hallucinate on what I know, we move along to the second statement, that hallucinogen Well, I know, drowsiness doesn't grab ahold of him. Neither does sleep. That's a rough translation of that hallucination. Well, I know a sinner and no aspirin. He didn't know when was Nan mainly Melissa,

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most of the things we know me, they say in Arabic sinner, which is from the Arabic origin Wesson is when you are kinda sleeping but not truly sleeping. It's kind of like some people that are listening to this right now. They're like, coming in and out of consciousness that is sinner, when you're totally out and the person next to you can hear you snore that's no

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normally when you're in that lie when I lay here on your on your done, you know, down for the count, but when you're still kind of nodding off a little bit, they say Yahoo

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Russia, Russian, yeah, Google insanity worked in casino and something that you know, kind of overtakes a person for a short period of time. You know, like if you're driving and it's been really entertaining for a second you can Oh, just happened that was actually Sina someone's been away, awake and active and you know, over caring for something taking care of something, what's natural to happen to get tired, alleges described himself as alive and alive, described himself as someone who actively takes care. By the way, he doesn't even mention what he takes care of me when I look at you more Allah halki the, you know, the the maintainer over all of his creation. He didn't say that. He

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just said that the maintainer. In other words, he maintains things that you can think of. He maintains things you can't even think of. He maintains things in the scene, he maintains things in the unseen. He maintains it maintains things inside of you and outside of you.

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It's an unlimited number of applications when someone's taking care. Now, the thing is, the the appreciation of Allah, the true appreciation of Allah isn't actually acknowledging what he does and comparison to what we're capable of doing. That's the real appreciation of Allah.

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Whenever he gives himself a name, he gives himself an attribute. You'll notice a lot of those names. You can actually give those names to yourself to

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allies, for example, and Hakeem the wise, there are people that have wisdom.

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Allah Aleem the knowledge of other people that have knowledge.

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A lot for example is Rahim there are people that have mercy. His name's me. Sometimes people share those names. But when you start to imagine what people do with these attributes, how much how far are they able to go? And then what a law does then you realize how supreme Allah is above his creation. Well, one guy who folk everybody, you know, so far above he makes us realize how far above his creation he is. So let's compare for a second we're not talking about a lot now we're talking about our own weakness.

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Someone's taking care of something. You're taking care of business family home, a sick member of the family in the hospital, you're taking care of all kinds of things. What happens eventually, you need to sleep or don't

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you get you get tired or know. Somebody says, Oh, you know, my cousin's in the ER, I'm gonna go I'm gonna stand I'm sitting right next to him.

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You know, no, no, I don't need to sit. I'll stand. you'll stand for one hour, two hours eventually. What are you gonna do?

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You're gonna sit down when you're gonna sit down? No, no, I don't need to sleep. I don't need to see.

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Nurses say hey, you want to lie down on the couch? No, no, no, I'm fine I'm fine event no matter how badly you want to take care. You want to watch over what's going to happen to you. Whether you like it or not, you're gonna fall asleep. Unless has locked out who's gonna tune in

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even drowsiness doesn't get ahold of him. Forget sleep. That's why sleep is mentioned second, obviously the first step towards sleep is drowsiness. exhaustion, that doesn't even ever touch him. Then how can sleep? So now he is a he's a maintainer and a caretaker that is not only willing but also capable like no one else. No one else has that capability of taking care of us the way that allows them which does without exhaustion. The Karasin a couple of them I mentioned that Lem yoga llama daddy if that's the other interesting thing that Hulu SR tune will know more than as opposed to a sinner and unknown is the answer missing previous use of alcohol alcohol now you see the

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missing in the negation when they're missing what mean what that means is even the least bit of drowsiness even the least possibility of sleep isn't isn't ever going to get a hold of him. The least of it is this deny this is the perfection of the language of Quran if you say Lata who is you know what? I know. You put a lid on it. Then drowsiness in the in the worst sense in the absolute sense doesn't get ahold of him.

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But that means some in some sense it might

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or like total sleep doesn't get him when you say total sleep doesn't get them you might be suggesting well partial sleep might.

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So he's actually using the most minimal of the forum's just to let us know that there is no possibility of senile or no meaning drowsiness or sleep. Now I want you to remember where the sentence begins. The beginning of the second sentence is not not at

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the beginning of the sentence is the word Allah. Allah lotta hallucinatory Allah know, Allah, nothing grabs a hold of him a lot exclamation, no drowsiness grabs a hold of him, nor does any sleep whatsoever. When you put a line in the beginning like that. This is what you call fidelity. You should you should do it right. In fact, it actually alludes to other than Allah, Allah in fact, none of this ever happens to him, By comparison, it will happen to all else. And that will remind you of how perfect allies and then I'll actually remind you of the first statement that is truly being a hate because everything else experiences sleep. And when they experience sleep, we know sleep is a

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form of what of death of death. And when you're sleeping, you can't take care of anything you can't be caught in forget gloom. So Allah is proving how he can only be helpful to you in the statement Latta who's you know, don't wanna know. You people can't, no one else can. And so, now you get to just, this is a little bit of an observation about the language of the Quran. But I think it's important to mention local law, hallucinatory 101

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you say, sleep, drowsiness and sleep. Don't get ahold of him. Listen carefully to the English forget the Arabic for a second, drowsiness and sleep. Don't catch him.

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When you say it like that the word I put in between was end, drowsiness and sleep. Don't catch him. You know what that does? it's problematic. It actually means when they both come together, they don't bother him. But if they come separately, they might.

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You see, for example, if I say I don't like fries and ketchup,

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if I say that, that still means I might like fries and mustard. But anyway,

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you know, some people you know strange, actually the French have it with mayonnaise or something.

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Weird.

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They did some. I don't know what they had, but they offered me fries. And I said, I'm in France, I need to have french fries. So they said, Oh, you mean freedom fries? Like, don't be smart about it. We're over the Bush era. Thank you. But maybe fries, but they didn't have ketchup. That's a mustard thing.

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So when you say I don't like fries and ketchup, that doesn't actually mean you don't like that you still could mean you still like fries. You just don't like the combination. If you say, your drowsiness and sleep doesn't catch a lot.

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That's a problematic statement because that you could mean drowsiness on its own might catch him or sleep and it's on my catch me since the combination that never gets him. Allah didn't say that he didn't put an end in between them like that. There's a lot whether if you look at the word or not that hallucination Oh, no drowsiness or sleep. Don't catch him. If he said it like that, which he didn't, then that actually means drowsiness on its own will never get him. Sleep on its own, will never get him. But a combination might.

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You know, a combination might get him. You say, you know, I don't like this by itself or that by itself. But together I might. You see. So the hour have been problematic. Somebody could have pulled out something and said, Hey, but wait a second. I mean, you only negated these things in isolation, you know, but together they may be something else. What did Allah do? Latta Hola, Hussein atone y la Naumann and neither. Neither does you know, drowsiness scare him, nor does sleep get him not by saying neither nor a lot negated both of them individually and together. Whether they come on their own, or they're together, it doesn't matter. It doesn't it never gets a hold of it. This is part of

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the just the perfection of how Eliza speaks. You know? Yes, Allahu manifests. Amati will our koloman who officiated

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everyone and everything actually, in this ayah everyone is begging Allah is pleading to Allah, for something or another. In the skies in the earth, we serve Allah to Allah,

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who's taking care of the angels, who's taking care of the jinn, not just the human beings, who's taking care of all the creatures of Allah in the skies, and in the earth. They're all need, they all need something from him to continue to survive. Every one of our lives depends on Allah, you know, recently, I, you know, I met some people whose family was on life support. They were they were in the, you know,

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isolation ward and their family, a family member was on life support. And that basically means now their heart and their lungs are being pumped into by a machine, their lungs don't function on their own. And as soon as you take them off the machine, they're basically dead. And it made me realize something, we're all on life support.

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Nobody's not on life support.

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This is my hearts are beating on its own, like the doctor makes you feel like this machine is making this heartbeat if it was a healthy heart and would have been beating on its own.

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Actually, it's never beating on its own.

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Allah is providing every next beat. Allah is providing every next breath, how to love, like, that's how we are alive because I went high. And that's constant caretaking, nothing is automatic. Nothing is automatic. Every single one of these is an active decision by Allah, every one of them. Allah didn't create something and just let it go. You know, we think of it like that, you know, you can create a machine like a watch, right? And you wound it up and it's running on its own. Now you don't the manufacturer doesn't have to keep over the watch. It's just, it's just running. It's time. Of course, so long as the batteries There are so long as the lineup is there, it'll keep running. And I

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didn't create us that way. We're not on automatic. We're caught every second of our existence, every cell of our existence, every subatomic particle of our existence is constantly being maintained by alarm.

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Clocks constantly being maintained. Well,

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there's not a leaf that falls that allows that maintaining, so koloman Waukesha and every single day he is involved in something, something or another. So this these two statements now just to summarize what we have to get through nine, I know but these two statements so far, what have they done, they've made they've brought me to things they've made me appreciate a lot as someone that is the object of my love, who I'm going to find peace and contentment in. They've also given me reassurance that Allah is living, and that he is the reason I'm alive, and that he's going to take care of me and never abandoned me because he takes care of takes care in ways that nobody else can,

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you know, and anybody else in his place would have been exhausted or burnt out by now. Not a hallucinogen when I know but now with that closeness to Allah, the beauty of Quran is first he brings you close.

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Then he puts you at a distance, then he brings you close, then he puts you at a distance so why would we not put you at a distance that sounds bad? No, it's not bad because there are two dimensions of my relationship with Allah.

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one dimension of my relationship with allies how close I must be with him.

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The other dimension of my relationship with allies recognizing how far above me he is how much more superior to myself he is, you know a lot to us is the King. But a lot to us is also the best friend, isn't he?

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And the relationship he has with me as my king, as my ruler, is different from the relationship he has with me as my friend, a friend is someone you keep close, you can talk to anything about your friend about anything to your friend, you can turn to your friend, whenever you want, you complain to your friend, you cry to your friend, that's what you do with your friend, you chill with your king, your ruler, you just had one to talk to you about something personally. When you're in the presence of a king, you're in or you're in a reserved, you're humbled, you're scared. You recognize the authority. That's a relationship of distance, isn't it? The thing is the closest analogy to this

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because you know, we don't live in a kingdom. So we don't have that kind of situation. But I'll give you a another analogy, the classroom, the teacher and students, a teacher has to walk a fine line between being a friend and an authority.

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If a teacher is constantly a friend, students will eat him or her alive.

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They will listen to nothing. I've tried it, I used to teach kids and I was a nice guy

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didn't work out. Because when you all you do is make jokes tell stories, jump on the table and, you know, do a magic trick or something and stuff it bla bla bla, when you do that for a few days. And I said yeah, I'm gonna, these kids are gonna love me. I'm gonna do so much. I'm gonna have so much fun with them. So when time comes to teach, they will listen to what I say. And I walked in, I was inexperienced. And as a teacher, that was my third grade class, how I do all kinds of crazy stuff. And they're laughing and screaming and they're clapping when I walked in. I used to get a standing ovation when I walked into class. The principal used to walk Is everything okay? Like, yeah, we're

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just having a good time.

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And like, have you caught up with your lessons yet? This week this week? And Shall we just let me just break the ice with these guys.

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Two days later, I say I'm gonna start teaching them. Hey, guys, open up the textbook page 10. No, do that thing with your ear. Stand on the table again.

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telling other scary story.

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Know, guys, it's time to learn now, no, no, we don't want. We don't want authority we want friend. You see, if I give too much friend, what happens, I lose what? I lose authority. If I give too much authority, then the only relationship left is fear. And I lose them as a as a friend. And if I want my students to be motivated, and to feel like they can talk to me about their problems, and to connect with me, then I do want them to respect my authority, but at the same time, I do need to be their friend. That's the nature of a healthy relationship. because it requires both. Now let's understand what Allah has always done this to us who he is does on the one hand, there's no one

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closer to us than Allah.

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But if that's all there is, then you get like a little out of hand.

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Then people just feel like they can just talk to a lot like you're talking to anybody, hey, this that's a lawyer talking to

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you got to maintain who he is. Our closeness to him, our intimacy with him. Our our relation, our loving bond and relationship with him is there, but are all of him cannot go away.

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Or often cannot go away. You know, the Christians have had this problem for a long time, especially the Catholics, because in Catholicism, the granddaughter of God was very important. So if you look at the Lord's Prayer, for instance, it's very formal in its language. And the Catholic Church decided a few years ago that they wanted to redo the Lord's Prayer, to make it more relatable to bring God closer and the big debate among the clergy was no if you do that, and you're making God too casual, you're bringing him too close. They can't you know, the text is either going to declare him as this authority, or a friend what is korando so beautiful.

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brings you close before you get too chummy.

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Listen, you're dealing with a la la Houma for some RT y Ma.

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He alone owns whatever is in the skies, and whatever is in the earth.

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He you know, think about what he just did.

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Someone's a take someone loving Isla, someone who's alive and takes care of you.

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That could be anybody.

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And that could be someone above you and below you. Actually.

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For example, if I put this in perspective for you,

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someone takes care of a garden.

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And they're very careful about every flower.

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Does that necessarily mean that they are the owner of that garden?

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Couldn't be just a gardener who's been hired. Could be

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someone who takes care of a child doesn't necessarily mean they're the parent or could it also be a nanny, somebody

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hired can be. Just because you're a human doesn't mean you're an authority.

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It doesn't just means you take care. You provide love, you take care, but now you're not in a position of authority. What does the law do? A lead takes care of what things, everything that he owns. See, instead of saying he takes care of everything he let let us know, everything that exists is actually his own personal uniquely his own property. He alone owns whatever lies in the skies, and whatever lies in the earth. I will I will leave a gap here. That will fulfill later but I want to create that gap in your minds. Just because you own what is in the house. Doesn't mean you own the house.

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Think about it. If you own what is inside the house, does that mean you own the house? Aren't there people who rent a house?

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And they own what is inside the house but they don't own what?

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They don't own the house. They don't own the house, you know. So you have now a law declaring whatever is in the skies in the earth.

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hills.

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But that doesn't include the skies and the earth. It just includes whatever is inside the skies in the year. So there's a seems to be a gap. What about his ownership? The Who are some of the skies in the earth belong to him? Actually, he'll solve that a little later when he says was he I could see you who are similar. In case you were wondering.

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Well, first he says whatever is inside it is mine. By the way, the opposite is also true, isn't it? Just because you own a house doesn't doesn't mean everything inside the house is yours?

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No, you know, give you a simple example. There's airlines, American Airlines headquartered here in Dallas, they own planes, don't they?

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The plane belongs to them. What's inside the plane when passengers are inside? Does that belong to them to the suitcases belong to them? The laptops belong to them. The phones belong to them, the passenger belongs to them. They don't. They don't. Just because you own something doesn't mean you own what is inside it. And just because you own what is inside doesn't mean you own the thing. There's the inside and the outside. What does it lead to in this ayah in the first part of it, he says whatever's inside is mine.

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And then later on he'll say By the way, the whole thing is mine.

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inside and out, the human face somehow it will wash out and later on was the alcohol see you who assemble it without you will be so far. Okay. So now about this ownership? Well NACA vaynerman. Yakumo Allah Mulkey woman Yakumo, Allah mulki, rady amazing. There's a difference between someone who takes care of what they own, and someone who takes care of somebody else's property.

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I'm asked, for example, to take care of a project that I started.

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I'm responsible to take care of a project that I started,

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I will take care of it a certain way. If I ask somebody else, could you take care of this for me? Will they bring the same passion, dedication, energy, enthusiasm, know how even to that same project? No.

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The way you take care of your own house, if somebody else can ever take care of your house that way, the way you take care of your car, the way you take care of your kids, can anyone else take care of your kids that way.

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The way you take care of your body, can somebody else take care of your body that way.

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You never take care of something that doesn't belong to you the same way as when you take care of something that belongs to you. Allah says he's the caretaker,

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then he let us know that everything he takes care of actually also belongs to him. So the care he brings to it is the care of an owner.

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not care if something like it belongs to somebody else, I don't care about it. It's his own. So he brings this personal care to it for

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fun, and we'll keep it he umbrella here yo como animal que la la la la la la, la la la known Subhana, who

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the one who all takes care of somebody else's property, it could become neglectful.

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There are people who rent a house, don't take care of it destroy it actually

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don't care. Or you go to a hotel room you'd like that's okay, the cleaning crew will come.

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They make as much of a mess as I possibly can.

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You know, who cares? blast the AC. So what if the whole thing shuts down?

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Or what people do with rental cars. That's the fun part, right? Let's floor this thing. You know, let's do doughnuts in the parking lot or something.

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So when you do that, it's a lack of neglect because it doesn't belong to you. But the opposite needs to be understood to

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Is it true that you really care to take care of everything that you own?

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I mean, go inside your house. There are lots of things that you own that you don't care for.

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But you haven't maintained they've even looked at for ages. Just open your fridge.

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There's stuff there from the dinosaur age like there's,

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you know, there are things you overlook you just you own it, but you don't care. You don't care.

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Live letting us know he's a unique owner, everything he owns, he cares for me and he doesn't just casually care for I look at him, I look at you, he goes out of his way to take care of it.

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He goes out of his way to take care of what he owns. What happens with us, by the way, is let's just say you have two cars, one really nice car and one old car, which one you're going to take care of.

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Nice one. Because I mean, it brings you more benefit. It's a nicer car, it's more expensive. What is more use to you what is more valuable to you? What brings you more joy, benefit, will get more of your attention. And things that don't Well, imagine if allow work that way.

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The slaves that worship Him, take care of his requirements Do as he says he takes care of them. And the ones who forget about him, he says, Well, you forgot about me, I'll forget about you.

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He's I'll call you over everything that he owns in the skies and the earth. So now, this statement, also, we shouldn't overlook it skies on Earth.

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I want you to just think about what has been said. He owns everything in the skies and the earth now that we're in this day and age, we are more familiar with this phrase than me, perhaps ever in history. We know now how insignificant This planet is, in comparison to the universe.

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We don't even amount to a speck

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in comparison to what Allah calls the skies.

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If Allah just said, the skies are the universe, the Earth is included

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yours, but he goes out of his way to highlight of all this infinite vast space that he maintains and takes care of, he owns entirely, and he owns every planet, every galaxy, every star, you know, every black hole all of it, he owns. But then he goes out of his way to say and I particularly own everything on the earth.

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He didn't highlight the moon, the sun, he didn't highlight and he highlighted the earth. And the reason he highlighted the earth is because this relationship began with love.

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Allahu La ilaha illa Allah is now letting us know that he has expressed a special form of his care and his love. And he's brought life onto this earth like he brought nowhere else. And he brought attention to this earth like you brought nowhere else. He maintains the entire sky and especially the earth, I would argue the mention of the earth here is significant. Compared to the universe, it's nothing and yet a lot goes out of his way to take care of it, you know, in the way that he does. Now, just about

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perspective, actually, no, hold on to the thought and perspective. We'll get to that when we get to the core See, of Allah. There's lots to go through here. Manuela de ashfur, in the who elaborated Nietzsche, who is going to be the one I will give a bad translation first, who's going to be the one who will intercede or make a case before him except by his permission.

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Who's going to come? Let me put that in Simple English now, who's going to come in front of Allah? Who out there who dare come in front of Allah and say, Allah, I want to I want to speak on behalf of this one who's in trouble? Could you go easy on him, please? Because he's with me.

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Who's going to speak like this before Allah and speak on your behalf except by his own permission, unless he gives the permission. This is a statement about the next life.

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Nobody needs to fall in this in this life. This idea of speaking on somebody else's behalf getting them out of trouble. When will humanity be in trouble when we're standing in front of a lot when judgment day begins? So this switch has happened now, we've gone on from this life to the next life. And I need you to first understand the benefit of this switch. Why this time travel has happened. That is the day when everybody will truly realize what it means what La La Ilaha means Allahu La ilaha illallah wa today there are people who doubt it. There are people who don't believe in it. On that day, no doubt will be left. Everybody who stands on that day will accept wholeheartedly Allahu

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Allah, Allah Allah.

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That they they will realize how much Allah is Allah hate because they will all have tasted death golunov since the Eco mode, well Masha Allah Allah Basha Raman comical hold our emitter found Holly do we never allowed for any creature before any human being before you the Prophet is told that they get to live forever you're gonna die and they're gonna live

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unless he says prophet I love you so much I'll still give you that and you think they think they're gonna live forever? You know? And then he says what I know who I am Ah, he's the one who gives death he's the one that gives life kulu Manali have fun. Everyone on this earth is going to cease to exist. Every one of us is going to experience death, then every one of us will experience life again. And then we will truly realize that the only truly living is Allah.

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Like we haven't experienced death yet. So we can't really taste the true power of hate. And then we will realize how a lot took care of us. The people will declare on that day, all your abana amatola nothing else but a novena

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Hello, hello hello Jim in service monster you gave us death twice, you brought us back to life twice, we admit our sins is there any way out any possible way out.

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Even on that day, I'll tell you how he maintains how he you know, right now he takes care of our heartbeats. He takes care about breaths, he takes care of our life. He takes care of the sun, the moon, the you know, the air around us all of it. That day, Allah will show you his day, you know, it won't be an unseen matter. It won't just be you have to ponder and reflect and then realize how what was taken care of you. Allah will establish how much authority he has on you on that day. latoken lamona 11. Man, nobody gets to speak that day. Now, liquid of saline absentia, nobody has authority over anybody else. Now I am liquid Asha, eliminate da da da da da da. Nobody has any authority to

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speak and make a case for somebody else except the you know, the one who had a promise with a law. This. Now I wanted to share with you something about the concept of Shabbat. And then I wanted to share with you the the incredible Hadith about chef on the concept of Shabbat, the concept of intercession is as follows. Again, by way of analogy, things become easier to grasp.

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I'm an employer, I hire people at a job and I have some employees that I really trust. My manager, I really trust him. My manager has a cousin who's looking for a job. So the manager says, Hey, I'll get you a job here. Don't worry. I trust my manager. And he asked me, could you hire this kid? I'm like, Okay, I'll hire him. No problem are you take your word for it must be good. Then this kid comes into the job because his uncle Schulman doesn't take his job seriously. shows up late every day doesn't finish his work, you know, complains about how hard the job is, and how he doesn't get a raise and all of it.

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Then he's in trouble. And I'm about to fire him.

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And as I'm about to fire him who steps in

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uncle steps in his way, wait, hold on, he's with me. Just give him another chance to give him another chance.

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Now the thing is, that kid is being shielded from me by someone in between the manager, his uncle, right? So in that kid's mind, he doesn't have to make me happy.

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In that kid's mind, who does he have to make happy?

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His uncle, so long as uncle's happy, I'll be fine. Because even if I get in trouble, he'll get in the way.

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I don't have to crop governments around the world.

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You don't have to pay the taxes, you just have to be good with the governor.

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These are the good, be good with the officer, the tax collector, whoever you're good with him, he'll take care of the rest.

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You don't have to worry about the law or the authorities. You just have to know the right connections. People do this and everything in life to get away with get away with trouble. Get away with what they're doing. Have somebody in the middle who take the hits for you. This disease of not taking accountability for yourself is brought that into religion. Shannon brings it into religion.

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You're gonna stand in front of a law,

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you're gonna have to answer him yourself. Man, I wish I had someone in the middle.

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Who could say, I know he messed up, but he's with me.

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Could Jesus do that maybe that'll that'll help.

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You know, in a lot of the dominations of Christianity, as, as you can you can sugarcoat it all you want, now that Jesus have he has you saved, the floodgates to sin have opened. Because no matter how much you mess up,

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you can go back to who not God But who? Jesus. And if God says they disobeyed me, they killed the soul. They did that. But they had me in their heart.

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That should be good enough. This is shofar, somebody will come and speak on my behalf because I'm so close to Allah. And Allah loves him so much that on his behalf, he'll just let them slide

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this concept and makes its way into the Muslim mind.

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It could be some people are now going to different mazars and like different grave sites and you know, saintly people, godly people that died a long time ago. And they'll go there and they'll pray to them and ask them because I can't ask a lie messed up way too much. But this data over here, this one can when judgment day comes he'll stand in the way he'll take care of me. I just got to make sure that I put enough like milk and you know, I'm gonna put the in front of him. And I'm gonna be fine. Then done. No, I don't have to answer before

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you know it. So it's a way out of standing in front of a law. These are the very these are the same. They're not and if you say, oh, they're doing shark stuff, they're doing shark that's wrong. You know, you only ask a lot that you don't you don't understand the problem. That's not the problem.

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Their problem isn't that this is here. Their problem is they don't want to answer to authority. A lot declared something wrong, a lot declared something wrong. They want to do it. And they want to do it and they don't want to deal with God. They don't want to deal with a lot. So they put these people in between. So they don't have to deal with the law. That's what this is a six psychology of getting away with getting away with your crimes. That's what that is. A law declares, who dares to speak in front of me, man, Valerie, Allah didn't say nobody will speak in front of me that's negation. But this is a kraja massage and a stiff hum, and let me know aquamira nafi. This is a form

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of who's going to speak.

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Huh? Who wants to make excuses.

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And this is like a life threatening and challenging notice. We started with love. But our God is not all love. There's authority to me the authority comes questioning. So when he owns the skies in the earth, now his authority is established. And now the transition happens in the eye a perfectly intense authority.

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Let's see who will speak let's have your shofar. You know, how will an issue for Allah and Allah, these are the people that are going to speak on our behalf in front of a lot. Munda the word mother in Milan, come on, yes or no, no, no, no. There's two possibilities of the word manga like Mandela de fer Kotaku, Kalamata Noir. The manga man is the familia la manga a common man man could be one that could be one word, which actually means who dare there's a who will speak and who will speak this is a second one. And you asked when you added that

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the other could be manda that that is this militia. Which means who anyone like allies looking for someone to point at? Who do you want to point that from valleca or from Heather that the

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call man haha.

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So now I want to share with you two narrations that are

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just so powerful, the problems I'm describing that day, and the shofar because Allah says Ellerbee isn't the except by his permission, except by Allah's permission, nobody gets to speak even Koran says lyrata qalamoun they're not going to be talking in lamb and Athena la hora man except someone who are a man has given permission to who is that one that our man has given permission to when no one on on human of all, all of the sea of humanity gets to speak. He says, and I say you do Nancy Yeoman, Kiana. The Prophet sallallahu sallam, I am the leader of all humanity on the Day of Resurrection. Wild Runa medallic and do you have any clue what that's going to be like? yajima

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Allahu Allah valina will arena FISA, Aiden Wahid. Allah will be gathering the first and the last the earliest the most historical of human beings and the most recent of all human beings all together in one large barren field. Use Mira Houma dari, will you unfollow him we'll buzzer

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and then a caller will actually be speaking to them and their eyes will be petrified. Whatever no sharps and the sun will be brought near for you below who may not know Him He will come up and as the sun is brought lower and lower, it will reach people and it will disturb them and it will overwhelm them my loyalty una de Milan in a way that they cannot bear. They just can't handle it. For your coolness people will say a lot our own America who haven't you? Aren't you seeing what's reached you? A Lambo, Luna Manya Nakamura become Can you not find anybody to look at who can we look at who can we find that will speak on our behalf to your master for your kulu nasty bow? So people

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some of them will say to others. Now they can be done.

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Khurana Adam or dad because maybe because he's the first one the law created a law loves him so much. And he didn't even create him for earth. He made him and Jana. Let's go to him for tuna Adam alayhis salam so they'll come to Adam Allison for your Kowloon into Abu Bashar. They'll say to him, You are the father of all humanity. Haleakala Javier de Allah made you with his own hand when alpha ficando ruhi. And he blew into him of your of his rule.

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Well, ammeraal Monica for such a doula and he and he commanded the angels and they all bow down because of you. is for Allah in Arabic. Could you please speak to a lot for us? Your dad just put in a good word, an actor in a movie. Don't you see what kind of trouble we're in? Don't you see where we're headed? The sun's keeps getting closer and closer. And I thought Ah, Ilana catalana Don't you see what's already reached us. For Yoku Adam? Adam alayhis salam speaks in Arabic.

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My master today. He's already angry today. Like, in a way lumea kebab cobbler who in a way that he's never been before with love, nothing like it.

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Allah has never been angry like this day ever before. When Yaga Baba who miss la who and he will never ever after this be angry like this ever again. We're in the Hakuna honey Anisha for outside to who he had told me a long time ago to stay away from the tree

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and I disobeyed him. Nazi Nazi Nazi

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all I can think of is myself, myself myself is how do we love it go somewhere else? Don't talk to me. Don't tell me to speak to a lie I don't care about you. I only care about who right now. myself I'm in trouble for the tree

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myself myself myself. You hear me?

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Go talk to somebody else. If not we will go to New

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York to the New Haven so they'll go to new Hyundai Santa Fe Colonia No. They're gonna speak to you and say no. In naka

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de la the first of the great messenger spent center the people of the earth will cut some Mark Allah who I've done Sha Quran and Allah called you and extremely grateful servant. A lot praised you in the Quran is for Allah Allah Rama. Could you please speak to our master for you? You know, speak to him. Speak to your master for us. Allah Ta Ala Moana Hanafi Don't you see the situation we're in for a condo in Nairobi? azzawajal Casa de Valle. Yo, he says my master today I tell you there's no doubt he is angry today with a kind of anger lung milk but kubla who miss la Hualien Yaga Baba who miss la Who? That he's never been like this this angry before and he will never be this angry Ever After?

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Well, in the hocutt, candidly that what turned out to her Annacone.

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950 years I preached this one time I prayed against my people couldn't take it anymore. In the home. You know, law says, Well, you know, Allah says in Surah no hay describes about them.

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You know, don't leave anyone on this earth. None of the disbelievers in the can into your home. If you were to leave them if you spare them, they will they will actually just obey you. You know what I'm gonna do in the future and cafaro you will learn about the colon a doula they will they will miss guide your slaves and they will not give birth to anyone except who's just believing themselves and a sinner themselves. These people have no hope. I've seen many generations of them come up they're hopeless, y'all I don't spear any of them. Yeah, I remember that one time I made that one law against my nation. I need to stop here cuz like

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New Orleans Salaam is terrified that he prayed against the people that made fun of him for 950 years who made fun of Allah who just believed these are the words in the home condo home of our

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new Hello Saddam's nation. Allah makes a list of nations that were bad and then he when he gets to North nation he says they were the ultimate bad ones like a like a nobody bad like them that's what he says in the Quran. And new had a Salaam prayed against them how many times once and he's horrified.

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What are Muslims do today about nations we don't like

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in taraweeh

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you pray against nations. Allah destroy these destroy those, you know,

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like the mid America

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destroy America down there playing our knees and prayers. Like do you not know what no Hello Sam said. You think any anybody today is worse than the nation of Nohara. He is worried he made the law against them how many times once? Watch it don't make the against nations make the offer relief. Make the offer justice. Make the other luggages you know brings Muslims peace. But not like what we've done is so far from our dean. Then he says Nazi Nazi Nazi myself myself myself, I don't care about anybody else. If we love it, go somewhere go talk to somebody else is Abraham. Abraham,

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Abraham, so they come to Abraham humanity comes to Abraham Yeah, the sun is getting closer. Please help. So they got Avraham Elisa for your coluna Yeah, Brahim antenna, viola.

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Ibrahim, you. You are the prophet of God. By the way, when you read this heady, they go to Adam, they go to new. They go to Abraham, you think they're like standing next to each other? Like, oh, next all? Who wants a next door? Next, please.

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You think that's what's happening? How many people are standing?

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The entire sea of humanity is standing together.

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All of them. When there's a couple of 100 people, I have to find one person is that easy.

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Humanity is searching

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and they find it right? They they're certified. No. He says no, you need to go find a Rahim. Then they're desperately looking Where's Ibrahim? Where's it right? And is anybody going to even speak

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This is before by the way this is before the no speaking starts this is the first desperation and so there's everybody's in chaos and they're looking for Abraham Elisa and they find him antenna Viola You are the prophet of God well honey Lou and his dear friend mean Allen out from among the people of the earth a lot called you his friend is for Atlanta in Arabic Allah Ta Ala Moana Nui make a case for us speak on our behalf to your master, don't you see the situation we're in for your kulula who may not be comfortable Yamato blah, blah, blah, who may flow. My master today has a kind of anger that he's never shown before when Yaga Baba who make Lahore and he's never going to show this kind

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of anger ever again. We're in the pot going to cut up to thalassa caliber. I lied three times.

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To make a point even though this was a lot a lot, you know, prescribing to him that he should do this. It feels bad.

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He said about the sun. This must be God.

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The moon, this must be God. The star This must be God. And he was doing it to demonstrate the stupidity of shark races. But I still said it didn't matter. I can't stand in front of them. I can't I can't go to speak on anybody else's behalf. Not see enough. See enough. See. I'm not even going to translate that anymore.

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Basically, that's the most powerful way of saying I don't care. Go somewhere else in Habibullah, Haiti, in hawala Moosa. Go somewhere else go to who will Saudi Sana tuna Mustafa Colonia Musa anta Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi Salat he will be Konami alumnus who say you are the Messenger of Allah Allah gave you such a great preference by his message the Torah to you when he spoke to you directly over all other people he chose to speak speak to you can no longer Masonic Lima is falana in Arabic Allah tala manaphy make a case please don't you see what the situation we're in? Same exact answer in Nairobi, acaba de Valle young padawan la miel de la Houma La La La La La Banda homie so my master

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is angry today like he's never been and like he will never be wearing niqab cotton to enough sun lamp Umar because Leah

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and I have previously killed someone I wasn't allowed to Nazi enough's enough. See, remember when you punch someone

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don't bother me. It's all about me right now. In hub, we love it if somebody Miriam,

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go away. Good. Lisa, the son of Miriam, Jesus Southern marry, to nerissa the condenser for Colonia Santa Rosa de la vaca Lima to Lisa You are the Messenger of Allah, and you are his word Allah calls HLS on his word, what can you say to men who? Alka Illa Maria, the word that Allah had given to him dropped onto medium or over men who and you are a spirit from Allah. What kind of luck work in London NASA filma this will be useful to people even as a baby is falana Arabic. You please make a case to our master for our on our behalf. Allah Ta Ala Moana Hanafi Don't you see what situation we're in for your hula Isa in Nairobi? acaba de ballet odoban la mia COVID kubla who miss la who

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caught wahlen Yaga Baba who miss la same answer. I was angry today like he's never been and like he will never be with me. Of course someone will be interesting. He didn't mention anything. Everybody else said I've seen I've seen I've seen after admitting a sin. I saw this. I didn't mention anything. That's really cool. I should have didn't mention anything.

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miscellaneous items, the thing that scares him the most. What scares me the most is not what happened on the earth.

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What scares him the most is what's going to happen on the Day of Judgment. Because so many people will think that who's going to speak

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is I will speak and Allah is angry at those who falsely thought Isa will his son who speaks on that day. He doesn't want to touch that. He doesn't even bring up anything else. He just says I've seen I've seen him see

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I'm just worried about myself. I'm not worried about any of you it's myself myself myself in trouble in Haiti, in abu allah Mohammed bin Salman.

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Go somewhere else. Go to Mohammed.

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Mohammed and they come to Muhammad Rasulullah saw Islam. Yeah, Mohammed Antara Sula, Mahatma ambia you have not are the Messenger of Allah, the Seal of all the prophets the conclusion of all the prophets of Allah who lack Amata condom in them be kawamata ha and Allah has forgiven all any mistake you even would have made what happened before what came after is for Elena in Arabic Allah tala lmnop Could you please intercede on our behalf Don't you see the situation we're in for Anthony Go for it.

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I will march forward and I will come right under the arch of Allah. The grand Throne of Allah for a carosa g then the lobby as well. And I will fall into such that before my master the owner of all glory and the owner of all authority from my f de la la la amin Muhammad he was near Santa la ha and then Allah will open up to me

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In other words, Allah will inspire me with a way of praising him and a beautiful way of describing him that has never been given to anybody before. Allah will give him a new revelation that day, a way of praising him that has never been revealed ever before. Lamb yesterday who Allah had in tably, it has never been opened up that secret has never been opened up to anyone other than me before. So my you call your Mohammed irrfan suck, then it will be said Mohammed, raise your head, send to DARPA ask, you'll be given ask and you will be given was far too far. And you make a case and your case will be accepted.

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you plead on people's behalf and I'll accept your plea for artifact See, I will raise my head for aku Almighty Allah Almighty Allah

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Almighty Allah three times my people my people might be my mama, my mama, my mama.

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What are the three repeated words of all the profits?

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FC FC FC our Habib sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Almighty God Almighty Allah Almighty.

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For you call your Mohammed Hellman o Matic. amandla sobre la manera Babel, amen. Amen. Mina Babu, Jana. Mohammed, you allow the past for the entry of you from among your nation. Those who have no hisab on them no accounting on them from the most right door of the doors of Jenna. Well homeshare account with nasty mercy was only coming in at one and they will participate they will become one with the people who are from other doors meaning the farthest door the last door agenda even though I'll let you I'll let your people in from your people. For Caldwell Levine fcba he never been and misalignment Masai genic Nabina Muhammad Akuma vena cava, Basra and he says one door to the next is

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like this distance of like two different cities MCI and and you know, bossy or Hamid or busara but there's another narration I want to share with you along the same lines that's longer and that completes the story. Because the way Allah speaks to the prophets I saw them

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is for Allah in Arabic people will come they will come to Adam and say please speak on our behalf let's do Lucha he will say I'm not qualified for it. I wasn't made for that. I'll translate it this way. I wasn't made for that. Well, that can it can be Abraham, God Abraham for No, man. He's a friend of mine for tonight, Rahim. Allah, Allah he'll say Abraham will say What? I'm not made for that. That's not for me.

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Let what I can Allah can be Mustafa in the Hokulea mala tuna moussaka, hula, hula. Then you go the moose is the one who speaks to Allah Moosa will say I'm not I that's not for me. I am not for that role. I'm not fit for that role. Well, that can only can be reserved for in our Kalamata, they go to a so what does he say? Let's do the HA, I'm not made for that role when I can, it can be Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for too many. So they'll say go to how much so they'll come to me. Judgment they will come and they'll come to me and Allah I will say, I made for that.

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I am for that role for us that they know a lot of beef I

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I will go seek permission to speak before my master and permission will be granted to me. Well, you will hear Mooney mahamudra will be held at a Boolean and he will inspire me with a way of praising Him that does not come to me now. It's not something for me now it will only be for me then for me to be till Khalid Mohammed and I will praise him with the words that he's given me well as a ruler who says I will fall before him in such that in frustration for you call your Muhammad fodder suck. It will be said Mohammed Raise your head while call your smart aleck speak you will be heard what Sal Tata asked you'll be given watch for Toshiba make a case for your people make make intercession

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intercede and your intercession shall be granted for a call Yara Amati Almighty He says my master my people my people for your call in Pollock go ahead for acknowledgement Harmon kind of people behind me scholarship, a lot of money man, man, a man in his Allah says to him, go ahead. Pull out from the Day of Judgment son is getting closer remember, pull out from these people who ever had even like a hair split.

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Fine here worth of any faith.

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They had this much man. Let them come. Let them come. Talk about wiki man. Your mind is like a hair.

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That's just let him go. And so he says Yamaha and so when he does that fun teleco so I'm gonna go forward and do that. So

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then I'll come back to Allah.

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No soussan does this. And he comes back to Allah for ACMA to be telecoil Mohammed and I'll start praising him with that praise that he taught me.

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So my ruler who suggested and I'll fall into such detail but for a lot again, for Yukon. Yeah, Mohammed

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Mohammed Raise your head

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Hold your Smart Lock speak you'll be listened to sulcata ask you'll be given watch for Toshiba make a case. Okay, I'll accept your case. make a case for cool Yara gomati Amati

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master my people my people

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God said destiny already given to me he's not done he comes back yes again in public for anchorage main hub and cannot be Miss Carla rotten Oh her Gallatin Minh Eamon go find anybody who has the amount of one grain of sand

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or the piece that falls off of a seed

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of faith hurdler not even a seed a seed scraping

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that little bit if you find that much human and anybody let them come for Antalya. I will do that. And I'll move forward and do that. I'll come back to allow for I'ma do who between Khalid Mohammed, I will praise him with those praises again. So my Allah husar didn't I will fall into such trouble for him again for eukarya Mohammed

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Mohammed Raise your head you're smarter. Speak you'll be listened to was handled torpor? asked you'll be given watch for Toshiba ascom make a case plead your plead will be heard up will be heard file Yara Mati almighty.

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He says again, my people, my people for your colon Pollock go ahead for our college mankind if you can be Edna, Edna. Edina Miss Carla Huberty her Dlamini man and

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go forward and find the smallest piece of the smallest piece of the smallest piece of a grain of sand.

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Not the sand, the green of the green of the green or the scraping of the scraping of the scraping

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of any faith, anything, an email, email, any face at all, for Oklahoman and I'll get him out of the fire. For on polyakova Friday. Follow Maharaja Amanda Indiana's the Sahaba who wanted to hear this hadith we're not there were people who never met the Prophet. And they came to NSF in malic acid this heavy

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and when they came to him, he told them this heavy they couldn't believe it. They couldn't believe a lot will be that merciful on judgment day.

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And they just couldn't believe their ears. So they when they were done with us and they've never heard anything like this will deliberately us Habana lo Marana will Hasson well, who I'm with a lot in Mandalay Bay halifa.

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So he says, We should go. We should get a second opinion because this is really wild. We should need to we need to verify this. I had definitely had that now. We might have definite ins. So how to find out we spoke to him we narrated what Anna's told us. For Athena who for Silla. Elise we came down we said Salaam to him. For Athena, he gave us permission to sit down for coolala who did not come in India HCA and SMB Malik Abu Saeed, we came to you from your brother and I said when Malik Well, I'm not I miss Lama had nothing official. We've never ever experienced anything like the thing he just told us about shofar, Mandela vs Pharaoh and the who Labine we never heard anything like this hakala

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Hey, ah ha

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ha ha de so he says hey, Fahad, this noble Hadith and understandable Hadith funda Allah has another so he told us this Hadeeth but he stopped here stopped where the least of the least of the least of a scraping of a seed of a grain of sand of your mind. That's where he stopped for call Hey.

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Aha.

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Let me Atlanta Allah. He didn't tell us any more.

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For Karla cat had definido who was me? He told me that had to but he told me the whole thing.

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When we're actually in a sauna, it's been 20 years ago.

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Find out every anessa I'm Korea and tequila.

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So he told me that a nurse told me the same headaches 20 years ago. And it was the whole version you didn't get the full version guys.

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And I'm not sure if he forgot to tell you or he was afraid to tell you because you might become too lazy if you hear the rest.

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So then he's like, all nervous. I had this NACA just tell us Can you just tell us what the heck so he started laughing look on. Holy cow in San Juan Georgia. Human beings were made to rush into things massacre to Allah and I really do and I didn't even mention this thing that I know the whole thing except I wanted to tell you guys I just messing with you.

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That's why I said I know the whole thing. I wasn't gonna keep it from you.

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had definitely come I had difficulty he he told me exactly what he told you. What call from Arabia.

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But then he added I will

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This this, this is that brand of criminal. Okay. Now there's a lot left, but I'm going to keep going. But I'm going to be a little more brief and shallow Tada. That was when Villa de asheboro. And and the hula gave me. Now the thing is, a lot owns everything. He already said that he owns everything. He has the complete authority. The idea of ownership means that anything that happened under his watch, he knows it better than anybody else. And that's why, who's going to come speak on His behalf anyway, he already knows everything. Yeah. And amo Nabina ad him, Omar, confirm, look, the idea of intercession is a court trial. Okay. Somebody is about to be thrown into jail, somebody

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comes along and says, Look, listen, I know he stole, but you don't know the background. His family was starving. This was the situation. He's not psychologically Well, whatever, whatever whatever. Let me give the judge a story. So that he, the lawyer will be the show here. Right, the lawyer will give the backdrop backdrop story. So he begs for leniency.

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You can beg a law for leniency because you know, something the judge doesn't know judge the judges who a law he knows the case better than anybody else who's gonna make the case.

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Yeah,

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he knows exactly what lies ahead of them, what punishments lie ahead of them, what future beholds them, you know, what the future holds for them, and whatever's behind them.

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And it's the word ma here suggests that there are things that you've done in your past, there are things in yourself, and there are things lying in your future and what is right in front of you that you're not even aware of. You don't even remember, he knows it.

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He knows that there is no escape, except in this religion, except directly dealing with a lot, nobody will come in between.

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Even that Hadith where I mentioned the prophets or something will eventually pull people out. Right? Whoever just even said La ilaha illa Allah, even they just said it.

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But the idea is they will spend some time where

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they will be in hellfire. In NASA, Mr. kannamma, Carmen, it's a horrible place to be for a little while or long term, don't play with it. Don't say at least this hadith is there. Now I can, you know, even unless we're scared for his generation, if I tell this part they might go they might misunderstand this and think the agenda is guaranteed. And if he was afraid for his generation, can you imagine now? Can you imagine what we will do? And we have we have

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whether you eat tuna fish, a mineral, mihaela bhamashah, and they cannot begin to encompass anything at all shape, Danielle Calacanis, they can begin to understand a single thing about what he knows, except for what he wants, or accept by his world. Now, this phrase, it's heavy.

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Allah knows everything about you. Yeah, I love him.

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Not only do you know nothing too little to nothing about a lot, you don't know what he knows.

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You know, nobody knows, I can only give you what the imagery of this is. He doesn't say La la moonachie. I'm in LA, they don't know what he knows. He says liar. He told me he even enemy. They cannot encompass in circle what he knows, the idea of a helper is to go around something.

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This is a column in front of me over here. If I went around it, I saw all four sides of it. Maybe the backside of it is painted a different color. I don't know that from here. Unless I go the other side, I can't tell.

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When you look at something, you look at it from your point of view. When you go around, you get the full perfect perspective. You understand? You're looking at a mountain you're looking at this side of the mountain, you don't know what's on the other side of the mountain. Is there a waterfall? Is there a canyon is there, whatever you don't know.

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We sometimes think we know what Allah knows about about a situation. A death of a child, somebody became sick, war, famine, hunger, catastrophe. We see it with our own eyes. How many perspectives? Can we see it from?

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One, these two eyes. This perspective,

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a lot of knowledge of something is from which perspective?

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All the perspectives that you have no access to.

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You have no access to them. You see things from one side and you start complaining.

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He knows what I'm going through. He knows what we're going through. Why is he helping?

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But you don't know what he knows. You cannot even begin to encompass the other points of view there's far too many of them for you. Now you're gonna be a mean enemy. They cannot encircle encompass what he knows in NaVi Masha which means two things except whatever he wants and how much he wants. Sometimes you let you know a little bit and whatever he lets you know, and also accept by his will. That's the malaria the mama study. Meaning unless he wants you to know you will never know.

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There are things he doesn't want you to know. And there's no way you can complain all you want. Dig all you want. There are some things you just will never know they're not for you.

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So olara xojo is fully encompassing, which means the idea of chef

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becomes impossible.

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Shuffle means somebody comes and says, Let me tell you judge what you didn't know about this poor guy before you sentenced him to life in prison. Go easy on him because you didn't know this this this in the backstory. Let me convince the jury that they need to go easy on him.

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What are you going to tell me I know every angle, every point of view, you can't even begin to know understand how much I know. And how fully dimensionally I know it.

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After having said this, this is actually my favorite phrase in the entire I was the outdoorsy personality. This is my favorite phrase of the entire IRA. It's so cool.

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First of all, I told you when he said lahoma is somehow it will map it out. He owns whatever is in the skies in the earth, what was inside the skies in the earth. Now he's establishing his ownership of what is on the outside. And in doing so he uses the word Kersey which can literally be translated chair. But we don't really know what that means by that. I'll give you some linguistics in a second.

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But the first thing I want you to know is the first thing the first time Allah spoke about the skies in the earth, He talked about ownership.

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Low math is somehow what he owns whatever's in the skies in the earth ownership. Now he's talking about authority, his throne extends his seat extends over the skies in the earth.

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So this is actually something else. Ownership versus kingdom, and owner on small things.

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A king owns big things.

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And owner, you can own a pen. You can own a car, you can own a country, you can be the king over a country, you understand.

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So if you want to put this in literary perspective, there's micro and macro. Micro means small things macro is bigger picture.

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And when someone's a king, let's say they're a king over an island, can they keep track of every transaction, every meal, every conversation? Because that's micro, and the king can only handle what? macro big, big picture? What about an owner and owner can take care of the little things. But they can never take care of what

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big things? Which one is Allah aligned the beginning his owner, which suggests that he takes care of What things? The smallest of things. But does that mean he doesn't control the whole thing was theocracy? Yoo hoo. SMRT will not as you will see the entire expansive universe that seems so infinite and so overwhelming to scientists today. There's I watch documentaries on the universe. Man, these people talk about the universe, like they're talking about God Himself. It's so amazing. I'm so in awe of it. It just keeps going. It's so expansive. It makes me feel so humbled and so little, etc, etc. Like literally have spiritual moments when they talk about the universe, and how

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big how huge the universe is. Now put this in perspective.

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Was he

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translated it withheld his his throne, withheld the skies in the earth? Not with holds. But with held. It's the past tense, not the present tense makes a huge difference.

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I walk into this hall and I say this holds 300 people present tense. This holds 300 people. does that actually mean there were 300 people in here.

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Think about it. Somebody shows you a hall and says this holds 400 people? Does that mean there were ever 400 people in there? No, it means it can do it. We don't know if it's ever been used.

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The present tense opens up the possibility but doesn't prove that it actually what happened? If the present tense was used a lot would be saying this kursi of his can hold the skies in the earth, but we're not sure if it does.

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No, it's already held it if you can't walk into all let's say this hall held 400 people then what are you saying? It actually happened? That's the first thing about the past tense. This is actually a case in point it's a fact. The second very important when you say this hall holds 300 people. That means maximum capacity is what

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100 because if you could hold more you would have said it holds 400 500 600 You said it holds 300 it means it can't hold 201 and 300.

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If I walked into a hall and said you know this hall held 300 people held 300 people. Is there room for more? Yeah. When you use the past tense, you didn't use maximum capacity.

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This place held 1000 people it could have held 10,000

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it could have the past tense does not exhaust maximum capacity. Who's going to see I don't have the kids imagine like there's a chair and then the skies in the earth are like his balls stuffed under the chairs, busting out of the seams on the side and barely

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didn't

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know

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a lot contains this

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In the earth under his currency,

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and much more,

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much room for much more, it didn't exhaust maximum capacity. Let's look at the word kursi filati mineral kills it actually comes from the word kills. Well, what does it mean? It actually means to bring things together. Well, meanwhile karasawa here in the two hour Rocky, Rocky magma, Osaka magma, it's actually kailasa which is a pile of papers bunched together, what can you make courtesy of military law heavy manual assess and the use of the word could see in old Arabic was used for the foundation on which something else is built.

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And so for mothertongue cusi Alka fora was introduced to me with a blue and an assassin and then he got Bhutto and he had a Shia militia. It's actually the foundation on which things are put together, it's not only huddled the delicacy and build a kursi for this wall means build a foundation for this wall. Put a foundation down for this wall, we'll see our core see you the point that the all of this poetry and everything else is getting at his core see something everything else depends on

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the foundation is what they're building depends on his core, see is what this entire universe depends on. And his that dependency extends, like the dependency of the skies and the earth is entirely covered on the cracy they can rely on the on the throne of a lie soldier okusama. Now, there are two degrees either the English language is kind of limited, you can say cracy is throne chair, but you know, my our foundation, but there are two things, there's QC and there's

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there's the QC of Allah and there's the OSHA is much bigger than the QC. Now it's a separate from the QC, it's much bigger, and so I wanted to share with you Salta, Nabi sallallahu alayhi.

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wa sallam was asked about the kursi You know,

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he asked him, can you tell me about it? Unless I said it can withhold the skies in the earth. How does it do that? Can you give me some perspective? Yeah, brother, Muslim are two sovereign wealth or donor sovereign in delicacy in laka. Halak halka mukarat in the olden finance, follow

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the kursi if you were to compare to the entire skies and the earth,

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would be like a ring thrown in the desert.

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Nicosia Villa would be the desert,

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and the entire universe would be one

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thing.

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Remember I told you about scientists in all how big the universe is the universe to allow the sky and by the way, that the universe that they're in all of is one sky,

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how many skies are there,

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seven skies and the earth combined is this ring compared to the accuracy

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and accuracy of Allah then he says, this was not done? Well, in a formula lousiana, Corsica Fub, melphalan, theoretical halka

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and the kursi of Allah, compared to the outer shell of Allah, is that same ring in the desert again.

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The kursi of Allah is nothing compared to the

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house of Allah, the universe is nothing compared to the kursi. The kursi is nothing compared to the house. And none of this is anything compared to

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a lot.

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That's how insignificant the universe is to Allah.

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And within that universe, how insignificant is the earth, not even compared to the seven skies, just to the first and on that Earth is you and me. And within that you and me how insignificant is one cell in my body?

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how insignificant is one bone?

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how incredibly insignificant we are now I want you to go back. Remember less that he owns everything and he takes care of everything.

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The smaller something is, you own something that is compared to you, compared to you around in the desert?

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Right?

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How easy is it to take care of? Would you even care to take care of me? To zoom in and check on every little detail?

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How much does Allah go out of his way to take care of you and me?

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What, in what what is around him what he takes care of

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when I go home? And when you put this in perspective, what what is his governance over? What is his governance over? And when you put that in perspective, then you realize how much has he taken care of? And he's not just taking care of it. Because just because you're taking care of something doesn't mean you're protecting it.

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a gardener can take care of the garden, but he can't What? Protect the garden, a cleaner can take care of the house but can't protect the house unless taking care of us but he's also what protecting us. He says well I do have an Eli also do it. It doesn't exhaust him. bollock. I mean how much wood well machaca it doesn't overrun him guard.

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Both of them the skies and the earth,

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taking care of the skies and the earth doesn't take anything from him because it's so insignificant to him. Now that you've put it in some size perspective,

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you've just you the greatness of a lion how now imagine what Allah just did. Right? The universe is a ring to the chair, the chair is a ring to the arch. And that is nothing to what? Allah how far above he is from us. And yet he protects us. What a great way to end this feeling. Well, who will alley you loving? He is the ultimately high, you get an idea of how high he is now. He's the great one. You have any clue now how great

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like, What a way to end it? First, he makes you realize how absolutely insignificant you are. And through that you realize how great ally is, throughout this is the lesson to be shared. The thing to remember and desire

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is actually the more humanity myself, you The more we realize our insignificance, our inadequacy, that's, the more you will come closer to Allah.

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The more absorbed in ourselves we are the further we become from Allah.

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The way to get close to Allah is to actually find humility before God, just be humbled by how awesome he is, how incredible he is. I've talked in previous videos about the literary symmetry of this, this ayah, you can look those videos up, I don't want to repeat that in its entirety, I just want to share some of its implications with you what that for those of you who aren't familiar, there were how many sentences that I say are here, there are nine. And this forms a very beautiful structure. And the first of these sentences a lot that will brought us very close. And by the end of it is very, very far.

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You see that in the first one in a. And hey, I'll tell you the caretaker.

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And by the end, there's this Arjun La La li la v high above the great one, you know, and so both of those dimensions of our relationship have come together by the first statement. And the last statement. If you look at the second statement, he said la hulu's, you know, when, when I know, taking care of us doesn't make him drowsy or sleepy. And on the other hand, he says he doesn't get tired by guarding them. There are two tasks, taking care and guarding. By the way, if Allah was only guarding that doesn't mean he's taking care. And if he was only taking care, it wouldn't mean gardening, you need both. You need both from both dimensions, both very distinct relationships we he

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has with us. And for both of them. Anybody else who does them gets tired, don't they get sleepy, don't they? So this doesn't exhaust him. And that doesn't exhaust him here, la tokoto civitanova? No, they're liable to have Bahama. So the second statement in the second last statement complete each other. There he said lahoma for some awatea marfil of

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his ownership was established. And whatever is in the universe, I kept bringing this up to you. Whatever is in it doesn't mean you if you own what is in it doesn't mean you own what the whole thing is. And on the other side, he completes the picture. We'll see I could see you who some of it was out there, he owns the entire thing. And the entire thing is nothing that the entire thing is insignificant. Here he says Mandela the ashfur or endo Ellerbee? Isn't he who's going to speak on His behalf? Except if he gives permission?

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On the other hand, he tells you why would it be no point for anybody to speak on His behalf? You who's going to bring Kenny any kind of shefa? He already knows the whole case. Yeah, I love him. I've been at him.

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With a young boy, he told me he loved me, Masha, they can encompass anything of what he knows. They have no clue what he knows. They have no idea that he will, he can go far beyond Anisha. And you notice even this in this fourth and fourth last statement, the fourth and the sixth statement, you'll find Illa on the one hand, nobody can speak on His behalf. Except when he gives permission. You don't know anything, except when he lets you know. Except except.

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And then the very middle. Yeah, allama Bina

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which is the message of this ayah he knows what is ahead of them. And he knows what's behind them. Which is incredible because the the part ahead of this is completely symmetrical to the part behind it. Right. And in the middle, he says he knows what is ahead of them and what is behind that. But more than that, before you come to this ayah there's a life You and I have lived maybe a life of neglect a life that we didn't really give a lot his do. We didn't realize how grand he is how great he is or how arrogant we've been.

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He knows what you were like before and he also knows what you're going to be like after is this gonna affect you at all. This is gonna change you at all. Yeah, my big momma headphone this entire Ayah

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This is the last thing I want to share with you. This entire IRA is part of a

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continuation of my art and social bacara.

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The entire subject of them is life after death.

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how Allah brings life from death, how will be resurrected? I notice as I began with what began with Allahu La ilaha illa Huwa and hi Allah you that's the conversation from the beginning to the end going on and on and on even Ibrahim alayhis salaam will come up he will ask a photo he'll Mota How do you give life to the dead? You know.

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And then Allah will describe, you know how he brings life to the dead out of the ground. And he'll describe how seeds turned into plants and crops, life and death, life and death, life and death over and over and over again. And so what what is the spiritual significance of that in all of the before and after? There were practical lessons. This is the only kind of abstract metaphysical Imani kind of IRA in all of it. Why? Because Allah is telling us something incredible. He's telling us that hearts can be dead, and they can be brought back to life and allows you can bring your heart back to life. And he can he can connect you to himself

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is a what a gift of a letter size. Say you are the leader of all the

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lies that will make give us a love and an appreciation of this ayah like never before and allow us to continue to do you know when we when we recite the cya for protection and you can't you should recite desire for protection. And when you recite this ayah for healing and when you recite desire for blessings, but when you receive Let me tell you all of those things will happen when you recite with reflection.

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When you recite Quran with reflection when you think about what a lie saying then protection will come healing will come a level of take care a level provide a level fix your affairs. That's what will happen when you recite Quran with reflection. We have to abandon the culture where we recite the Quran and we think it's gonna give us blessings. And we don't think about what the Quran says that is not a blessing. That's a curse. I say that boldly that is not a blessing. If we celebrate a culture in which the Quran has nothing to do with reflection, and we only want it for its blessings, that is not the reason for which Koran came. That is not the reason for which it came. I made it a

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point to share this particular IRA with you because around the world there are so many Muslims that love item cracy that have memorized it as children, they recite it every day. They recite it all the time what a blessing we already know it by heart and if you don't inshallah You will soon but you know I did this as hopefully a gift to some of you that now when you recite if you have something to think about. You have something to really bring its blessing into your life. So I pray that Allah azza wa jal does that for you and for me, and that Allah brings brings us closer and closest closer to him. And you know makes us feel every one of these beautiful declarations and transforms our

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lives through them. barakallahu li walakum feel carotid Hakeem when I finally when he came to Santa Monica, what happened to live

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