The Nation of Balance
Channel: Nouman Ali Khan
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I think it's impossible to be unaware of what's going on in the world, and to not be affected by
the criminal acts that are taking place against Muslims, at the hands of non Muslims, and the criminal acts that are taking place against Muslims at the hands of Muslims themselves.
And these tragedies are something that
just coming growing up as a Muslim, is actually become a regular part of our life. So we've seen those of you that, you know, have come up in the last 30 4050 years, the last half century or more, has just been one crisis of the oma after another after another after another. And at some point, a person experiences some sort of you no numbness, like they're just Oh, here we go again. And here's another one. And here's another one. And there are so many places on fire. And there's so much state of emergency, like what is happening in our beloved Philistine at the moment that the frustration on the one hand, the helplessness and hopelessness, on the other hand, what are we even supposed to do,
can become overwhelming.
A lot of people asked me to speak on this, to talk about what I think about Philistine or to talk about what I think is happening in your mind. I actually remained silent for some time, I didn't say anything. And actually just hold by isn't going to be about that. I decided to gather my thoughts first, because my first reaction was, I have felt this before I have seen this reaction from the mob before. In fact, I've seen it in a cycle almost seasonally, right? And we have been in this exact place over and over again. So being outraged and praying for our bleeding, Alma has is is known, everybody knows, everybody experience feels those feelings. And everybody prays those prayers, and
everybody helps him contributes to whatever humanitarian causes they can. And everybody has the outcry that they always have outcries against Muslim countries that are not doing enough out of praise against the United Nations of Christ against the United States of Christ against the perpetrators like Israel, etc, etc. So we've we've done all of this already. And it's fine for and I feel those sentiments I do.
But I also feel like that's not enough. I also feel like we're we've been doing that for quite some time.
It's it's deeply hurtful and frustrating that we are in the same exact place, if not worse, as time goes by. So I wanted to at least, you know, not just vent the anger and express the same emotions, but at least just try to take a step back and think about what what is it that we as an oma need to think about, you know, often my little
talk about and they have been over the last couple of years, I've been talking about individual empowerment, how a person needs to strengthen their faith, how a person needs to rise above whatever traumatic experiences they've had, because our religion is actually on the one hand, highly personal. It does empower an individual. It is about your emotion and your story and your life and your meeting with Allah and your connection to Allah, his book and your connection tell us profits on the Motherland, US and US. And it's your dealings and your family and your business and your finances and your psychology and your Salah, it's very individual on the one hand, but on the other
hand, we are also given the sense that we belong to something bigger than ourselves, and just our families in our community, we belong to an oma, we belong to something much bigger. And this this thing that we belong to this entity that we belong to is it transcends, it transcends ethnicities. We may not even speak the same language, the only thing we have in common is La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that's it. That's enough. That's enough we can be from completely different cultures, backgrounds, ethnicities, you know, and lifestyles even like culturally, they could be could be completely different from each other. But there's a bond that we
have that connects us together. This book of Allah connects us together. Right. So there is a sense of oma and that's why that's why we have a collective pain and what is happening with the Uighur Muslims. We have a collective pain and what happened in the 90s with with the the Kosovo and the Bosnians, we have a collective pain, what's what's been happening over the last half century and more with Philistine and what's happening in Afghanistan. And that's been happening and what's happening in Yemen has been happening, what happened with the Rohingya Muslims? What What happened to the Muslims in Sri Lanka, when the riots broke out in the in the Buddhist extremists went to
town, what's happened to Muslims in India and in Gujarat we like and in Kashmir, and the list is pretty big. It's very, very big. But we as an oma, what does it mean to be part of this oma, I wanted to take a step back from the fires that are burning, and just kind of just turn to the last book and just find something at least that I don't claim to have the answers, I will give you that disclaimer, if any, any if any one of us had the answer, we wouldn't be here, where we are right now. So the assumption that somebody has the answer, and we'll know what to do exactly, is presumptuous. Right. But we do have to turn to Allah for answers. We have to turn out let's look for
at least something this Kumbaya is actually about the center the definition of, you know, some expectations Allah has of us for being an oma, what does it mean that he's made us into it?
He actually declared us one instead of one, Bukhara, among other places, this is probably the most pivotal place one of the most powerful places in the middle of South Dakota, the longest sort of the Quran, where he declared what kinda john nakumatt and masaba. And that is how we made you and oma, they say, the translations often say, a middle nation, or a balanced nation, what's up, meaning the word balance, but actually, it's a muscular, so it would mean a nation that is characterized by balance itself. It's not a matter what our sit at, and that would be a sofa. But the sofa here is a muster, which is actually the hyperbolized form. Without getting too technical, it actually means
you have been made into a nation, that if anybody looks at you, the first thing that comes in their mind is balanced.
Just let that sink in for a moment. Allah said, You and I have been made a nation that are almost like the definition of balance itself. The definition of balance itself and balance is a is an important theme in the world. It's actually associated with justice. So justice systems anywhere in the world, you'll see a scale as a symbol for the courts. Right, some some blind lady holding a scale or just the scale by itself because you can't have justice until you have balance. And Allah subhanaw taala even refers to balance the mazon and he says he made the universe and balance was somehow ha you know, so he says, you know, all the reason, you know, some
reason he elevated the skies, he raised the skies and he placed the balance. I love that the only thing is and so you don't, you don't violate the skills meaning you are people of balance you are people of justice, so balancing and being balanced and being just go hand in hand.
Now where does this declaration that we have been made an oma that is in the middle place, it's placed in Susan bucket, which is a profound
Think to ponder. Allah talked about a nation that came before us. They were given a book. Just like we are a nation, we've been given a book, they were given a book. And they spent many centuries with their book. And today in 2021, when we're reading that, we're now people that were given a book, and it's been many centuries. Right. So we have some things in common with the people that were being talked about. They were given a book, and they had a lot of centuries with it, we were given a book, we had a lot of centuries with it, then Allah says what they did with their book is instead of using it, or being empowered by it as a means of being united, they broke up and they fought each other
and they killed each other.
And they use their knowledge of the book as a means of declaring one supremacy over the other.
You know, I'm not 111 but it might have been a home, they didn't fall into disagreements, except even after especially after knowledge came just as a way of one upping each other. So knowledge was a way of this group refuting that one, this one refuting that one these guys are referred to those guys recovered, their blood is held on their blood is this is what they used to do. This is what they did. He talks about how he gave them clear mandates of what is permissible, and what is not permissible. And they played with Allah's law. They wanted to find some way of just give me some way where I don't have to obey it and still feel good about myself.
They they Allah talks about this nation that when they were given this book, and when someone would remind them of what the book says they would actually declare war on them.
They would declare war on them. Allah talks about their hypocrisy where they would shed each other's blood no problem.
You know that they were given this mandate because they were an Omar right and almost supposed to be like the Prophet special. I've said you're supposed to be one body. So he's he told them not to speak una de ma con. Well, I took Regina and Osaka min dare con, you're not going to spill each other's blood. He told the Muslims of that time, the ones that came before us, he told them, You will not spill each other's blood.
And you will not kick each other out of your homes. You will not expel each other from your homes for Makarov, then all of you agreed want to Tasha Luna, and all of you will witness. So Anton, how would I talk to Dan for a second, then you are the very same people that were killing each other?
What took Regina for the common community or him and you were expelling a group from among you out of their homes de la Haruna. And even believe me, we are the one and you were you know making aggressive movements towards them with animosity meaning you're the Muslims, which was the Israelites of the time, are making aggressive moves against other Muslims, the Israelites of the time.
And then on top of all of that, when they would engage in this crime, believer versus believer when things would go really bad and then out, you know, when Muslims fight each other what happens? Back in the day when the Israelites fought each other, their empire became weak and outside nations came and invaded them
outside because they're no longer powerful. And whenever a nation becomes weak, other forces step in. right that's that's what happens. One of the best ways to weaken a nation Russians understand this about the United States nowadays. One of the best ways to weaken a nation is to get them to one fight each other. Right. So when when the Muslims of that time fought each other, the Assyrians, the Babylonians, the the ancient great powers of the time, that were actually on par with the Israelite nation, then saw their weakness and started invading them. And when these kuffaar came and started invading them, many of them were taken prisoner. Many of them were taken captive, many of them were
oppressed, and when they were oppressed, then they would have those of your brothers. They've been oppressed by the kuffaar. Freedom, what to call Masato Fado, whom, when they would come to you as prisoners, then you would say give give ransom for them give relief to your brothers. give relief to your brother they like in the same aisle. Allah says you were the ones who were at each other's throats and because of being at each other's throats, you became so weak that other nations came and devour you and when they started devouring you, you said no no help your brother. But you're the one who caused the weakness to begin with.
You did it. You are a powerful oma. Allah was with you from bug nakoma Allah Al amin, Allah reminds the Israelites we had given you preference over all other nations of the world.
Allah said about them, you know what he said about them, they would have had stability and governance and prosperity in this world, not just
as a nation, you know, in as a, an individual, a person can go through difficulty as a believer. Right? In this life, you can be the best believer and have a very difficult life. That's absolutely true. Even the profits Yes. But the formula Allah has for nations is different.
The formula for individuals is something else. The formula
The Quran for nations is different. Allah says, Well, no, I'm with Toronto, and indeed, the aka lumen fell for him in that era, Julian had they lived by the Torah and dng had the established authority and eg had they applied the book of Allah given to them, they would have eaten from above and from below.
There is what have been flooded open, unless protections and his blessings would have flooded them. What is Allah saying, the reason they went into suffering is they abandoned the book of Allah. So the and what was the suffering in stages as Allah describes insulting bakura, before he tells us, we are the balanced nation, they lost balance. First, they fought each other, they fought each other enough that they became weak and pathetic. And when they became weak, and pathetic enough, they became they became, you know, fodder, they become easy kill for their enemies. And then some of you felt bad for them.
Some of you that this is this is not our history. This is the history of when you saw him who Allah says he gave the honor of being an oma and the preferred people, and they ruined it. And they're no longer in that position. And Allah has now decided that he should test not just honor you and me, test us with the same exact position. Now, why do you think half of the surah is describing their failures. And then he says, We have thus made you a nation characterized by balance.
That's because don't mess up like they did.
Don't do what they did. Because when I'm 30, that is when Atilla hit abdillah, you will not find a change in the way Allah does things.
You will not check unless formula is the same.
All this formula is the same Allah has created a Sunday in the world, when you put a seed in the ground. And when you put water on it, you give it good soil, you allow it to have sun, a plant will grow. That's the sun novela the soil did not grow the plant, the water did not grow the plant, the sun did not grow the plant. But if you follow that process, then the sun number lines, he will allow the plant to grow.
When you don't give it water, when you don't provide a prophecy, the plant will die. That is also the symbol of Allah. This is how Allah does things in this world. That's, that's the signal of growing a plant. But the sun novela of the rise and the fall and the strength and the weakness of believing nations is also there.
And when you know you and I can't possibly think we are an exception, and what happened to the people before us, that's not going to happen to us because we're special.
Because we're special. What I'm saying in no way alleviates the tragedies of those that are suffering in the moment. And in no way does it condemned condemned them that Allah is putting those people in trial because they became like these don't be ignorant and I'm thinking what I'm saying to you, we as an oma, we as an onma our behavior, our characterization, the way we act the way we are, the way we look to ourselves if you look at Take a good look in the mirror, you know not just yourself as us as a people and take a good look at what Allah criticize of the Israelites. What did he criticize about them that made them not be the chosen people? What did you criticize about them?
I would be very it would be very difficult for you to take an honest look and me to take an honest look and not see the exact similarities.
It'd be very difficult
is an extremely big challenge.
So when he says what can I do john john Akuma. Masada What did he go on to say, Lita guru Shahada alumnus so that you can be witnesses over all of humanity? This is what a nation of balanced looks like. They don't play with Allah's book.
They are they're characterized by Justice. They are they're unified people. They have an undying love for each other, not just when people are bleeding.
Not just when people are bleeding, because that's hypocritical.
That is hypocritical.
Or brothers or bleeding and Philistine Oh, yeah. Because when you're at a Masjid, and you're from Bangladesh, and somebody else is from Malaysia, and somebody else is from China, and somebody else was from Senegal, and when somebody else is from Philistine and somebody else who's from Serbia and somebody else's or Pakistan and somebody else's from India, you're fighting over who the amount should be.
What is the love of the oma then
your nationalism doesn't come out in everything else. Your biases towards each other don't come out in anything else. But the moment to call Masato
the moment someone's in tragedy, all of a sudden, we're one oma
how are we one of mine, anything else?
You know, it's hard to hear. It's hard to, it's hard for me to say because I'm not talking about you. I'm talking about me. When the prophet SAW Selim says that we are one body that this guy just said, Is this almost like one body? Then me criticizing what the oma is doing? Is me criticizing, it's like me criticizing my hand, or my arm, or my leg, it's still me. Is that someone else? Is that someone else's fault? So we need to first this is an important realization, because as frustrating as this conversation is, we You and I have to realize that this problem isn't some other people.
It's not someone else. It's not their problem. If those Muslims became better, we would all be but no, stop saying those in them. And they, it's us. It's our problem. You know, when there's a problem in your family, then you don't say I understand that none of my business their problem. That's my dad's problem. That's my brother's prop. No, it's your problem. Do you live in the same household bro? The same household, there's always one household. It's even more than one house. It's like one person. So I have to be concerned if my hand is in pain, or if my hand is not doing it's being paralyzed? You know, it's not doing what it's supposed to do, then I'm not gonna stupid hand. How
could you do that? You know what, I wish you weren't even a part of me. You start chopping it?
That's not how that works, is it you'll do anything you can to fix your head? You'll do anything. You can't identify? Where's the pain coming from? What medication Do I need to take? How do I fix this problem, this is the and and sometimes the problem may not be the solution may not be overnight.
The solution may be a little bit more long term.
The only you know the the analogy that comes in my mind, the reason I remain silent. analogy that comes to my mind is if a person is sick,
they're sick. And there's, you know, chronological illness sickness that goes on for a long time. Right. So they have a chronological illness. And they don't take care of it.
They cough, they're getting weaker, but they're not. They're not taking they're not taking any medication. They're just continuing to eat what they eat. They're, they're they're they're practicing the way they practice. And their body is getting worse and worse and worse until one day, it flares up and something in their body goes wrong, and they have to end up in the hospital. Right? Because now the pain is so extreme that the entire body is just paralyzed.
And then the hospital, they go to the hospital, they do some surgery, or they patch it up or something they can do to minimize the pain and the person goes back to the same sleep again, the same behavior again.
You can't expect and this is what we do when flare ups happen in this oma, all of a sudden we act like we're one oma and these sentiments grow, but long term, you cannot that you know, in the immediate sense, I pray that Allah gives relief to the Muslims. I pray that Allah azza wa jal gives, you know, like some some sense of southern end of healing to those that have lost children. They've lost parents. When you think about somebody, you know, bombings happening, organized, thought about those, those girls that were killed in a lot of time. When I was just thinking about them, I'm a father, I have girls.
I tell you, how speechless would I be? Would I even be able to speak? If that happened? And if I really truly feel that pain, then what am I supposed to do with it, there's supposed to be something we do not just as an individual, we have to figure out how to restore our place as an oma, again, that has to happen. And that's not such a shallow conversation. It's a serious conversation. Every one of the young men and women that are listening to me whether you're listening online, or you're hearing in front of me, if we don't realize that Allah did not put you and me on this earth and make us a Muslim, just so we can eat Hello food and give each other house eat, and life will go on as
normal. And we haven't realized what it means to be. It may be you know what it means to be a Muslim individually, but you have no clue what it means to be part of an oma
to be a part of an oma there is something bigger than me that I have to be concerned with. Something has to be there. Some concern has to be there and that needs to translate it to some kind of concrete course of action. I don't say that I have the answers. I started by saying that in the beginning, but at the very least we need to have that deep deep concern and move beyond the shallow move beyond just feeling better about ourselves. Move move beyond just venting. We've been venting a long time. We've been doing that a long time. It's this is an oma that is its history is of people that made changes in the world, isn't it?
What's up, ah, Allah describes, we, you know what's not, by the way I told you it's about balance and justice and fairness, it's actually, in everything you find in the world problems happen with extremism. When the wealthy become extremely wealthy, as a problem in that country, when the poor become extremely poor, there's a problem in that country. When the government becomes extremely authoritarian, there's a problem in that country.
When the people become extremely anarchist, there's a problem in that country.
When you have too much control, there's a problem. When you have too much freedom, there's a problem.
There's everywhere you go, there's an imbalance. There's an imbalance in family life. There's an imbalance in individual life. There's an imbalance in governmental life there's in but there's imbalance everywhere around us. And Allah says, And Allah me, this nation, a nation that is characterized by balance itself. And the sad tragedy is when Allah said that Lita, kulu Shahada, Allah knows, so that you can be witnesses over humanity, so that when humanity is looking for, where do we find balance is just just a hypothetical theoretical thing? human beings can never have balance? No, they have this oma to look at. And when they look at this, they Oh, this is what
balance is supposed to be. This is what justice looks like.
This is what harmony looks like. This is what purpose looks like.
Does that really what we look like right now?
Is that, you know, should we feel good about reading this, if we made you into an N oma that's balanced. And we look at ourselves as Al Hamdulillah, we have a lot of wealth, we are, we're not. And on top of that, he put a burden on us so people can be witness against us. So people, you we can be witness against people. And the messenger can be witness against us. This is the scary part of this is gonna leave you with Shahada and the nurse, what you know, and then Shahada, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi, salam, we were supposed to show humanity this balance because Allah made us in charge of doing that as an oma as an oma. And when we and we were supposed to do that, because on
Judgement Day, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will testify that he left us on my in a balanced way. He gave them this mandate, and they understood it. And they were supposed to show that to the rest of the world.
So on Judgment, a humanity will testify. If we didn't do our job, and we never showed the world what balance looks like, then humanity gets to testify against us. Why would we be attracted to Islam? They'll say, why would we ever think anything good of this prophet, this book? Have you seen these people? This is what they were like, this is what their countries were like, there were some of the most corrupt in the world. There are some of the most you know, there's some of the most grimy scum business people to work with. The only time ever got cheated was by a Muslim.
The only people that ever lied, you know, were the Muslims. This is this is this. This is supposed to be a book, why would I ever be attracted to their religion?
Why would I be attracted to that? Why would I want anything to do with it?
Then I saw them to be some of the most bigoted people, some of the most racist people, some of the most judgmental people, some of the most ruthless people, and they're always fighting each other.
This is what I should have. Humanity, not individuals, humanity can testify against us as a people.
And Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam has a case against us because he left us to continue his mission.
He showed the world on mutton Osaka in Medina, he showed it. He showed it when he conquered Makkah, that's what it looks like.
And we are we are carrying that forward. Ramadan is actually in my detailed loosening of Allah I said Ramadan is what's supposed to be a celebration of us being a different nation. We are now the oma and Masada. The Jews used to fast on different days. And we used to fast on those hillsides, I'm used to fast on the same days as them. And then Allah revealed Ramadan, to commemorate that you are a separate people now, you're a separate nation now. So everything in total Baqarah points to us becoming a new nation, you're going to fast on different days, you have to have the new word of Allah, the final word of Allah with you and your Qibla is different.
Right? Our capital is different. Our spiritual capital change. Everything about the surah was actually about us being put together as a new nation, a nation of ballots. That's what we were supposed to be.
This sense of burden needs to translate into something that Allah would be would be pleased with
the sense of purpose. And every one of there's no I would argue, when the imbalance there's no individual exempt from this sense of purpose. Nobody. Every one of us has something to contribute towards this and if we're not getting
Capable of influencing anyone except our own households, then I better raise my children to be contributors towards this, towards that goal of becoming the oma that we're supposed to become, to raising that kind of a child. When we can get a little, you know, we can free ourselves a little from raising kids whose only purpose is to get a job, and to make the family proud with the new car they bought. And that's all that's raising our kids don't throw fancy winnings. That's it. That's there's nothing else hired to look forward to.
How would put a sense of mission into our children. They're not just carrying your last name. That's every other nation. They carry the last name forward. our children, our generations, they have to carry the mission of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi. Salaam, they have to carry the sense of one oma it's a big thing to Passover. And we have to re investigate in ourselves. Where did we drop the ball? And did we become like the Israelites that came before us? And are we finding ourselves in the same trials that Allah described they found themselves in?
And don't take my word for it, study the soil yourself. studied with an open heart? Why would Allah talk about them? Not so we can curse the Israelites?
How we used to see him, he revealed it about them, he's talking about us. That's what the Salah used to say it was revealed about them as a lesson for us. So we don't become like them. And even though Quran makes it explicitly clear, at the very end of this when we make $1 to Allah and we say, I'm gonna attack malaria, Islam, comma Hamilton, who Allah Kareena, don't put a burden on us like you placed on the ones that came before us.
In other words, we understand we are carrying something that was given before us.
And we hope we don't drop the ball, we don't mess up like they messed up. I genuinely pray that our own mind is able to wake up in the way that Allah would want them to wake up, that we're able to restore our place as a dignified oma, that stands first and foremost, for the sake of Allah, first and foremost, so we can be worthy of the testimony of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and then as a result of that, we will be the kind of people we will become the and we are capable of it. I don't say to over, it's only going to get worse from here, I don't believe that we are absolutely capable of it. The the oma has is has a lot of blessings in it, a lot of potential in it. I'm a huge
believer in what, what just one generation can do. But one generation, we could transform the world in one generation. It's not impossible. And we could do so across the world, not just in one place across the world, it is possible. And you have to believe that. And if we cannot make a change, and we can only do patch, you know, you know, patch the bleeding wounds here and there. Right now, while we've got to do what we got to do, oh, you better have a long term generational strategy. We can't just think about next month next year, we got to start thinking 100 years from now. We got to start thinking 50 at least years from now, 100 years from where are we going to be as an oma? And how are
we working towards that goal? If you don't have that long term vision, if you don't have that purpose, and we're never even going to begin milazzo Jamaica so people a vision of people of purpose, allows us to remove our disagreements from within each other. Realize Oh, don't make our disagreements that will always be there insignificant, and make the love of Allah His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the loyalty to Allah and His book so much more powerful, that we're able to ignore our differences and still find common cause among ourselves, that we're able to find real love and care and and, and unity within the hearts of the oma so that we can become the kind of
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