Channel: Omar Suleiman
Series: Omar Suleiman - Qur'an 30 for 30
Juz’ 23 with Dr. Zara Khan
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So now when it comes to law, he'll get a cutter. I will ask me I'm gonna say permanency missile. Now model him hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen was one example. I mean, when I actually went to Turkey and a lot more somebody was telling him about a karate kid and still a lot while he was so bad at it, he was like he was 17 and cathedra. Welcome back to court and 3430. And we want to welcome him to our distinguished guest. Doctors are found with us for the first time and come to the law, who's a research coordinator, senior fellow at your team has written wonderful things and Ukraine. Sisters are that's the bulk of the Northeast will stabilize our internet, we've been having issues so May
Allah subhanaw taala keep our technology well in firm tonight as well, but we're looking forward to hearing your insights and very grateful to be joined by you. And of course, as always Zack Lochhead for being with us tonight. And in Charlotte, Allah, I will just get right into this next section of the plan. We're now in just 23. We pray that Allah azza wa jal accepted this night of prayer from us, that allies would enable us to worship him with sincerity and gratitude in these moments. And Shall I remind everyone that this is very likely or it could, there could be a high possibility that this would be dated, because some of the scholars of course, pointed to beyond just the Prophet fly.
So I'm pointing to the odd Knights. But some of those specifically save the 23rd as in the narration, I've been on basally a long time, Homer and others. So please do worship, as as much as you can and realize is that enable us all to do so this nights and allows the data to come to wherever it is alone. I mean, this is one of my favorite.
Because it merges the most hopeful,
or the most hopeful, I will earn the most hopeful I am the poor. And as I've loved Muhammad Manasa is in this is in this chapter. And the sooner that follows it is sort of the Forgiving, which which is a loss of penalties, namely forgiving. And it is the section that sort of Azuma, where I lost the penalty, it says, Put the army by the alladhina Estrada, and so see him lots of environments in law, in the law he offered or the Naga Jim era, in the world of affordable housing, where last panel Tyler talks about the importance of us maintaining that, that sense of drawing close to him. Now, before we get to that, and Cynthia Zuma, technically is divided into two. So you have you know, sort
of the Zuma as it shows up
within the the first, the first the first part of the code shows just 23 and then the second part of it what shows up in just 24 if you think about the build up to that if our if the keytab law, the most hopeful is in the book of Allah subhanaw taala that as we get to that when we get to sort of often, we come off of sort of a scene where Allah subhana wa tada gives us this this imagery of the universe condones the Falcon Yes, backhoe and everything in perfect orbit as Allah subhanho wa Taala has, has commanded it to be, and then sort of thought and there are many mentions and sort of thought of,
of the Hellfire out of the punishments as well as the rewards and as they come in a loss of kind of what's out if you turn to sort of plot from verse 51 to verse 58, and 59, Allah subhana wa tada talks about the people that are being driven into the Hellfire, and as they're being driven into the Hellfire, and the torment is there, when a loss paddleboats Allah mentions that this is the torment that they were driven to in a group, we have to realize that the next surah Eliza just tells us about the groups of believers and the groups of disbelievers and a loss of kind of what Tiana is showing us in this section of sort of thought, those that did not pay attention to the consequences
that they're warned about and sort of guessing, remember the messenger speaking to the people and warning them about sort of yassine warning them about the punishment the hereafter and inviting them to the gym not to the hereafter and they kill that man they ignore that man. and here if you pay attention to
to verse 61, what are they? What are they saying? What are the people saying about those that drove them to the Hellfire those that call them to the Hellfire so how are they killed? The man who called them to Allah subhanaw taala and that man said, Yeah, later call me Yeah, come on, if only my people would, would know better. If only they would know the benefits of belief in Eliza and the forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala and the gym mat, the paradise and the gardens that await them. And then now
have, you know that men who've been killed who is obviously in the gym not enjoying the rewards of the loss of penalties, the promise of allowing had no one around into problems in the wards belief, and hear and sort of thought, you have verse 6060 and 61, the conversation, the argument between the leaders of disbelief, and those that follow them and their disbelief, and they're arguing and Hellfire, and what are they calling out somehow, it's frightening. But it's also it's so beautifully tied into the Sooners before and the soldiers that will come after they're calling out to a loss of kind of what's out there. And they're asking for a loss of hundreds Adda to double the punishment of
those that led them to this position to give them double the punishment to give them you know, the torment allowed them to taste the torment of what they brought us to double. And as they're arguing with one another, and as they are, as they're throwing blame on one another. The very next sort of what we're going to see is that the regret that's established when Eliza talks about the believers and the disbelievers and those that are arguing on the day of judgment from verse 53 onwards, which is almost as central to what we see and sort of thought, the very next place,
they are calling out to a loss of Hannah horchata. And they're saying to Allah subhanaw taala that we wish we would have responded. And had we had another chance we would not have been from a staff at and we would not have been from those who mocks we would not have been from those who mocked. And then the next verse, they say, this is verse six, sorry, verse 57.
That if we had another chance, then we would be from the Mattachine we would be from the pious, we would be from those who are mindful who paid attention. And then the next verse lo anelli, kubwa, if I had another chance that I could not have been more singing, I would be from those who excel and do well. What it should have done let's talk about last night, or actually today in the redo as well.
We just talked about this a few hours ago, Chef de la talked about the categories that are given to us and sort of thought, right were lost parents out of mentions body with enough see the one who wrongs himself and kind of goes with the flow, the one who's more clustered, the one who stops at just the place that everyone else stops at, right kind of who does what they need to do to get by a person of taqwa. And then a person who is savvy when will hire a person who runs forth. And so as soon as seen, you have the person that is called to agenda that is killed by the people.
And then you have
in the next, the next scenario that's given to us, inside the people arguing with each other and Hellfire about who led us to this destruction. And then you have sort of the xoma, and they're being called, or Allah subhanaw. taala is calling us to repent and not to despair and his mercy and allies are then again, replaying the scenarios to us, of which people will call out for destruction for themselves because they didn't pay attention. They didn't listen to the call, so people swearing but if I had another chance, then I would be from the good doers. That's how a lot, you do have another chance by virtue of you reading the right the fact that you're reading the poem, and a lot tells you
that's up not to miss it, I don't don't despair from the mercy of Allah means you have another chance to not fall into those categories that are spoken about. And then the next one, which we'll talk about tomorrow and shout louder, in greater detail, is one of lies, which
sort of tells us about his forgiveness and his mercy and what it looks like to actually turn that page and not be from those groups. So there's a lot about the the arguments that take place on the Day of Judgment between groups of people that supported one another until the and supported one another and disbelief and the comfort and the reassurance of those who did what they were supposed to do, that Allah subhanho wa Taala far comp or compensates far beyond every type of pain or hardship that they would have experienced in this life with the blessing of the Hereafter, and inshallah Tada, I'll hand it off to share from the luck with that, Zach.
So now salatu salam ala rasulillah while he was suffering menorah, rubbish Rafi Southern Md nanaka determinedly Sani you have only
what was just mentioned, ie what I just said was rubbish roughly suddenly this was a statement that was mentioned by Moosa it he said, in the Quran, when he was chosen with the chosen to, to proclaim the message of Allah to fit around a foamy he will matter, he and Sharon and his counsel and also to his people at that time, and his people, he said, the color of the Southern Oh Allah, expand my chest basically, give me the total
strength. So when we see the word issue, is exactly what I want to eat.
Make an interlude with because in the chapter of a Zoomer, verse number 22, is exactly a verse that I want to capitalize on. And this verse by the law, whenever I read this verse and another verse in a sort of an am the sort of the cattle in Zoomer means groups. So here, Allah subhanaw taala is talking about a certain group of people. And it's very interesting. I will mention a story that occurred with me when I used to, I used to teach in a community college and
one of the instructors walked in and she was so happy, she was so elated. And she walked in and she said, 100 in love, you know, I said, Why, why are you so happy? She said, Well, my daughter became a Muslim.
Oh, my God, but you're Muslim. She said, No, my daughter turned the age of 18. And she had the right to choose any other faith, but this was the day that she voluntarily chose to be a Muslim. And that just
a lot of times we think of the conversion or reversion phenomenon is only a phenomenon of those that were Christian Jew, atheists, Hindu, you know, by whatever date that it was, that they voluntarily come to Islam. But in actuality, the conversion is just changing of lifestyle. When we say reversion convergence, no big difference reversion reverting is being that you acknowledge what you already had being the fifth throw the natural inclination that there is a creator, and you should worship come by himself conversion is a four pillars changing your lifestyle that is conducive to that first pillar. And that coincides with a lot of once within the law abiding system, this [???]tier okay. So
this woman was so happy, this sister was so happy that our daughter converted in and hit me. A lot of the kind of law young professionals, human beings, may have converted to Islam, but they have been called Muslim their whole life. They never really knew what Islam represented. There was one time my brother was in a parking lot. After giving a hookah, a young man comes up to him and says, I want to take my Shahada. The brother was perplexed because he looked like you know, he said, I thought you were Muslim. And he tells him the following. You know, the last clip of that was given plus you're hooked up to Panama, the religion of Islam was articulated to me so easy, and it was so
simple. I never heard that from my parents. I never heard that from my family. So I want to take my, I didn't know. So the brother was happy. And he said, You know what, let's go back inside his Juma is traffic kill? Let's go back inside and let everyone hear. He said, No, no, everyone thinks that I'm Muslim. I just want him to take my Shahada with you now.
How many? How many how many youth young professionals have that doubt in their mind, and they have not yet embraced Islam?
Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions it in this beautiful verse. And it's beautiful I articulates it which ties in what I was talking about earlier of Sharjah saddam of opening the heart the statement of Mossad as
he says after all the blemishes on our gene FM and Shara Hala who saw that are who live Islami for who Island Nuri Mira be for a new little posse aloo boohooman decorilla who the Eco lallemand moving we're going to split this into three parts first part, FM and shuttle Hello Southern hulan Islami for who Eleonora min Robbie? Is it not? Do you not see that a lot since or excuse me, so is the one whose breast is expanded for a loss of contact with Allah for Islam, where he is upon nor lights from his board? This is a first portion or it's a it's a rhetorical question, because the second portion is coming up. So Allah is asking the question is the one that Allah has done? Sure, he has
expanded his chest for Islam, his or her chest, and they are upon light from their Lord. So the first thing is the word shutter short means to open something to crack something open, the word sharp was actually used for a butcher, because they would crack open the lamb the meat to where they could expand it. The only way it could be expanded is if it is laying, if it is soft, if it isn't willing to accept malleability. When the chest is open for someone to accept Islam, they're open to the truth. And more than that, as Tyrell actually says so beautifully, or I'm allowed to say that they are, they're open to this truth, and it is only the truth. That gives them happiness,
tranquility, contentment, honor, all of these characteristics that one has for short, has solder to the degree that Subhanallah to where they feel if I don't have the practice or the elements of Islam in my life. I feel like I'm at loss, you know.
It's now moved Islam mcfeely said Islam is enough for me. Well, it's enough for me. I don't need anything else.
So this leads us to the question is, what do we value in our lives because whatever you value, you will hold dearly. And what you hold dearly is what your heart connects to Allah subhana wa tada says, For who islandnorthern mirabai is the one that Allah has opened and expanded his or her breasts to Islam or chest to Islam, and they are upon light from from their Lord. So the light that he puts in your chest expands it to where you are increasing in that it's bad, I love that you're increasing, and that remembrance of Allah and that turning towards Allah, meaning you're turning towards anything that pleases them, that's your main, because you value it. And then also kind of
with Allah continues on to say, for a new little cost at Hulu, min Dickey law, then well to those whose hearts are hardened against the remembrance of Allah. And this is important here, when we hear it in English, it just doesn't really hit home as it would in Arabic. So he says, Well, wait a little, little casia tippu. And woe to those who don't get a little experience from it. Just Just bear with me. Woe to those whose hearts are hardened from the remembrance of Allah.
So in other words, when you hear the Quran, when you hear someone say, you know, inshallah, God willing, when you hear someone say, I gotta go pray, when you hear someone say, let's turn this off, let's go pray. When you hear someone say, you know, I don't date I don't do these things, because it may not be that conducive to me as a Muslim, because I'm trying to, you know, get married. And that's what I practice as a Muslim. When you hear someone associate their practice with something that deals with him trying to please God, you don't like it, you don't like to hear it. The more that you do that, the heart becomes hard to the message. And when something is hard, nothing
permeates the message of Allah, the message of the deen of Islam, the message of morality and ethics in the Islamic code, when you hear that it makes you sick, to smell is Islam. I don't want to hear that. Now, man. I'm tired of that.
The more you do that, and last without saying, wait. It is the opportunities plural, that you have to accept that message to try your best. It's not saying that you should be Safaricom to play darts as soon as you come into Islam, or as soon as you say accept Islam. But as long as you accept what you know is right, and you try your level best Allah subhanaw taala continues as cool as it could be balani movie, those are upon clear misguidance. So in conclusion, when we see this beautiful verse of Islam, it goes for, you know, those that are Muslim, unconsciously Muslim, but those that suppiler when I think about this, it's for those converts to Islam is for those that you know, you
know that there are new or renewed Muslims, those that are learnt on the basics of learning and practicing Islam, whether you've been Muslim 10 years, or for Muslim two days, I congratulate all of you that have made that step and become, or those of you that are making that step currently within these days, to try your best to come towards Allah, and trying your best to be your best for the one that created you and enabled you to be your best. So we're looking at this beautiful verse, we just just remember the blessings that Allah has given you to put something in front of you, and then the blessing to enable you to make that right choice, that window for you, that has a choice to make
that right choice to accept the expansion of your hearts and your chest to accept further beautiful messages of Islam. May Allah subhanaw taala, bless all of us and make us strong in this current month of Ramadan, and he make those that are in their beginning stages of practicing is to keep them strong, and make them resilient and make them thankful for everything that's in front of them just come along, check out some holla the word Wait,
whoa, shows up a lot in this just a lot. It's actually if you read through this just a kernel of the amount of times the word wave flow to Woe to me, Woe to you comes up is extraordinary. And so they are seen, they're being awoke.
They are waking up and on the day of judgment from their graves. Yeah, wait, and then back at the nominal Kadena low to us who woke us up from our sleep as they wake up to the to what they see on the Day of Judgment. And then in the next row, which I didn't get a chance to talk about. So to solve that.
Yeah, we don't know how they Yama Diem, verse 20. Wait a minute. So this is it. To us. This is what we were talking about. What we were told about this is the promise of a loss of hundreds either and here the way Allah is saying to us, or to those that have hard hearts, may Allah protect this woe to those whose hearts are hardened from the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala before you say Woe to me listen to when Allah says well to you, right? Listen to when a last minutes I was giving you these warnings not to terrorize you or terrify you, not to cause you to despair because the next
Sora about the Olympian so far like to see him lotta don't despair from the mercy of Allah turn back and you will find that, that mercy from Allah. Doctors are, please do help us bring it all together and sell that's
the caliphate Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. Everybody, I want reflection on the 23rd use of the Quran, namely, that the sincerity of a believer is a secret between that person and Allah. And that in order to cultivate sincerity and faith and sincerity and our belief in Allah, that we have to retreat, you know, part of the processes we have to retreat to that private, quiet communion with Allah, deep in our hearts of in our heart of hearts, and to cultivate that sincerity there. So I'll begin with
verse number 76, of surah. Yasin. Allah says, speaking to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but speaking to all Muslims, past, present and future as well. Therefore, let not their speech agree view, we indeed know all that they conceal and all that they reveal, and speaking about the disbelievers
as human beings, we reveal much of what we do in our outward life, our deeds, our words, our actions, and people are able to observe all of these. And this is very important. This is a realm of the idea and of the love of Allah, and we observe all of the positive commandments. And this has a very important role. But there's also the innermost part, the heart part, and this is what is concealed by the love from other people. So it's a blessing from Allah that the deepest secrets in our heart are not made known to everybody but Allah knows them. And so Allah has knowledge encompasses our inward and outward allows knowledge encompasses what we hide, and what we reveal to
others. And the disbelievers reject the truth now, but Allah says that in time in a very short time, he is going to make it manifest for them, he's going to make it outwardly shown and obvious to the point where even that inward rejection deep in the heart is not going to be of consequence and even the hearts will come to accept that a lesson sort of guessing that there but waiting for one deafening blessed, that will use them while they are disputing. This is in verse 49. And so when we're involved in disputations, and and contentions in the world, part of life, we are turned outward, that is not a form of cultivating the inner, the hidden, the hidden, the inward
manifestation. A lot goes on in sort of so fat, verse number 172, say, now they have disbelieved in it, and in time, they will come to know so again, the same theme, we can reject something now and have disbelief in our heart. But very soon Allah will reveal it to us, to everybody, and then it will become outward and manifest again. And so that Saad, Allah says in verse 88, and you will surely come to know of its ascertain news after a little while. So again, Allah will make it manifest. And so part of cultivating the sincerity deep in the heart quietly and in secret communion with Allah is to accept the truth of that ahead of time, it's to accept and acknowledge, if one day
there's going to be a day of judgment with the disbelievers of the lie that they don't believe it. They don't believe that they will have to stand an account for everything that they revealed and they and they concealed. But when you retreat, you know, as someone who believes in the law, you retreat into that quiet communion, you acknowledge ahead of time you acknowledge now, you take yourself to account now because you know that Ally's ever watchful, and that nothing is hidden from him.
This is part of what it means to make our religions sincere for Allah alone. Who other than Allah can know what is hidden in our hearts? Nobody, not even the people closest to us in our lives, not even our family members know that and it's very striking to me and there's just how many times Allah mentions this making the religion sincere for Allah alone, incident as suffered. In the 14th verse, Allah says, exempted are the sincere servants of Allah. And exempted meaning exempted from punishment from punishment of the Day of Judgment. Again, in verse 74, exempted are the sincere servants of Allah. again in verse 160, exempted are the sincere servants of Allah. And so that Azuma
in the second verse, Allah says, Truly We have revealed this book unto you by the truth, so worship Allah while making the religion sincere only for him. The very next I add in the third verse, surely the sincere religion is for a lot only. And in this 11th verse, Allah says, say, I indeed am commanded to worship Allah making the religion sincere for him. And again in the 14th verse and in all of these verses, the the word that's used the words that are used, most listen fallacy, or mostly seen all come from Halla said the word which means to be pure, unmixed, unadulterated and it also means to
Arrive at something or to be freed from something. And so in this context, it means to give our whole heart to Allah. quietly, privately when nobody else is aware of what we are thinking and feeling and speaking in our private communion with Allah, to give the whole heart and to not leave a portion of it, as the chef was just mentioning about, you know, what is it that we really value to give the whole heart
and actually you started here last week was talking about this in the context of zecharia alaihe salam, making dua and retreating and crying out to his Lord and private. And chef also now a few days ago reminded all of us about that distinction between the levels of approaching the Quran so you can recite the Quran with your tongue. And you can ponder the Quran with your with your intellect, and then you can open your heart to the Quran. And so the seat of sincerity for a believer is that opening of the heart quietly, privately, without wishing for accolades in the sutras, Allah says to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam say to them, you know, I don't want to
reward from you. Right? I make my religion sincere for Allah alone. And so this is, I think, a great lesson that we can take away from these suitors. I'll close with two verses from suta zomer, which I think really bring this point home. In the seventh verse of suta zomer, Allah says that unto your Lord, will you return this is the latter portion of the ayat, it's it's quite long, and then he will inform you about all that used to do, truly, he is all knowing about the essence of the chests, the essence of the bosoms, in the whole element be that the sudo. And the southern, the singular have to do is a word which means chest, you know, bosom, it means heart, it also means at its root word
Sahara, to emanate or arise from something to originate from something. So all of our deeds, you know, some of them are good, some of them are bad, may Allah protect us and enrich us, but they arise and emanate and originate from the state of our heart. And that is where that secret with a law has to be cultivated. Because you know, a fruit is known by its kernel, its very element, its nature, its pit, its seed. And so the seed is that heart and the outward deeds are the ones that are manifest to everyone, those are the fruits, so, so most importantly, cultivated at its very root. In other words, and again, not only is he aware of the essence of this of the Southern of the suit, but
of, you know, without the suit of the very, very essence, the very kernel, the very nature of that. The second verse, in sort of, so to speak about this is verse number 18. And Allah says, those who hear the word and then follow the most excellent of it, it is they whom Allah has truly guided, and it is they who are the people of the heart, Allah Al Bab. And again, that's not to focus only on the semantics, but attabad means heart, but it also means the core of the fruit. So the innermost part, the essence again, and it's the very best part of the fruit. And incidentally, another related word legba means the upper part of the chest or the part of the throat where an animal is going to be
slaughtered. And so when we retreat to our secret communion with Allah, inshallah with the intention to cultivate sincerity for him alone, we have to do it with a sense that is balanced between having hope in Him, but also having fear of him. And not to not to go only in one direction not to be so afraid of managing ourselves, that we only rely on the hope of alone only on his mercy and don't take it to admonish ourselves because Allah inspires in us the fear of His justice, but also the hope of His mercy. So Allah holds our hearts between his two fingers. And so that is like being held between hope and Allah and fear of Allah. And the secret communion of the heart to cultivate
sincerity is the place where we're all of that can happen.
I have just one more minute left. So I'll just briefly say that, in this just we have three beautiful examples from the lives of some of the prophets of Aloma less peace and blessings be upon them up, and they give us examples of how to cultivate that sincerity quietly and privately in our hearts
through the hope as well as through the fear so instead of guessing, we have the story of Isaac and he Sam and his father, Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salaam is been commanded to slaughter him. And when Ibrahim Alayhi Salaam says to his son, you know I saw this in a dream, what do you think? And icicle Islam says, Oh my father, do as you're commanded, you will find me if God wills among the patient ones. Clearly he had a secret with Allah. Clearly he had a fear of disobeying the last command and at the same time, I hope that Allah will be with him, and will give him the best no matter what. We also have the example in the same students with as seen towards the end of Prophet
Ana prophet Yunus Alayhi Salam will assess was like a runaway slave and this is a prophet This is an exalted and Perfected Human in his faith. But Allah says he fled like a runaway slave because he fled from the last command. And when the fish swallowed him, he was still blameworthy. So these are very strong words for us to ponder.
But he was one who truly glorified a lot. And so let delivered him from the punishment that had taken root. And so that truly glorifying Allah even being in the in the billows, upon billows, of darkness, in the belly of the whale at the bottom of the sea Under the night sky.
To truly glorify Allah, Allah will deliver you and that is a secret communion between you and Allah. So that is an example of the hope in Allah.
And then the last example, in sort of sad, we have the story of Prophet dodona. He said, I'm David upon MVPs, who,
who also had a secret in his heart to the point where he was able to recognize a sign that Allah sent to him. And the sign was that two contenders came to him two men dispute among themselves, and they told him the story one of the men had 99 sheep, you know, us and another head only one, but the stronger forced, the weaker to complete, you know, be compelled to him and give up as you and because profit totally his alum, had that secret with a lot and had that sincerity of faith, he was able to recognize him that an admonition from his Lord, a warning from his Lord, and He read that sign correctly, and he repented and his repentance was accepted and his as an excellent place of
return. To Jazakallah fair for letting me share this reflection with you all, I asked her, to make us among those who are sincere in our faith to Allah alone. I like except from us our worship this month. That's
how I think that there's a beautiful tie in between all three themes that we touched on. One of them is the hardness of the test the hardness of the heart that doesn't allow the kids to penetrate
the remembrance of Allah to penetrate the other one, there's a lot of noise that's being spoken about in this just to have people disputing the disputing parties and people that are so loud, right, loudly, calling away from a loss of habitat, loudly challenging the messengers of Allah. And then what you just spoke about, which is cultivating that, that inner secret, which can only be possible if you're able to break through the hardness of the heart and break through the noise of the people. And somehow, you know, when people have that, you know, whether it's Eunice Adi his Salaam in the belly of the whale, he's able to get past all of the elements, how do you even come to
a place to make liquid in those moments when you have so much to worry about when you're being tossed and consumed in the belly of a whale to still call upon a loss of penance out in that darkness when you have this married audience, and his father about to slaughter him and the blade is on the neck of him. And he said, I'm in the hole countercyclical words, but he was truthful to his promise to the law, when he said to his father, you will find me to be from the patient. And so he's from the psalmody. And it's really interesting, because at the end of this journey, the very last portion of this and you know, I'm really looking forward to tomorrow, because I love probably my
favorite portion of the program, is to build on the end part of cynicism, into offerings where I alluded to today. But the end of this just is a loss of habitat of saying to the prophets, I said, I'm in the Commedia to in the home, me too, and that you will die or Mohammed's all the way so and they too, will die, barely, you will die, and they too, will die from a Yeoman piano to handle or become tough does he want and then on the Day of Judgment, you will be in front of your Lord disputing, and one of the reflections that I take from that just tying these themes is that we, you know, at the end of the day, people need to be willing to be allowed to think deeper, to, to
cultivate something deeper, and they have to get through their environment to be able to find the truth and to open their hearts to the truth. And when you open the hearts, your hearts to the truth, it penetrates so sweetly, it was such sweetness the way that she was talking about so somehow I just see a beautiful, beautiful tie in with all three of these themes. Preparing the hearts cultivating Vicodin the heart, and then
and then you know the person who
you know who's able to see through the noise and doesn't find themselves on the Day of Judgment looking outward and blaming this person and blaming that person does that hey, Allah gave you enough to turn to Him and to keep your heart tied to him. Does anyone else want to share any any last thoughts you have? No the doctors are no my phone. I'm so sorry. I said is hacked. But I meant to say smiley some stuff.
I figured, you know, I think I think some had a lot. But like you said, I mean, I think the point is still so valid right? So but do you have any thoughts doctors are just trying to tie in of those three themes at all or the law.
will explain I liked how you tied it in my show lines.
Our connection did not fail. I think we were all good. Right? Everyone heard us, I heard you at the same time. And
so we are honored, honored to have you with us, the sisters are exactly alongside and bless you and elevate you. And for all of the those that are out there. You know, Dr. Zara has written beautifully on the paradigms, you know, on that exists today of human rights and philosophy on the opinion. So please do check out her work on the theme as well. We're very blessed to have her to have her insights and to have her coordinating. You know, significant amount of our research about philosophy from the left is actually working on a new and renewed Muslims project, which have been will be launching soon and saw what's odd. And I do have to end with this news. Today's panel. Three people
took Shahada that have been paying attention to put on 30 for 30 separately. So you want to welcome sister Kimberly.
Brother Jordan, brother, Sergio. And we have another sister or brother that specifically asked to teach you how to check on Dolan. Charlotte's Alison I think she just tuning in and saw what tada so all of you that have accepted Islam recently, and taking Shahada, my mom bless you and keep you firm. And, and may last pensado, open all of our hearts to that which is most pleasing to Him and keep us steadfast upon it along. I mean, Zach Hello, Hayden, I'll see you all tonight in Charlottetown at 2am for the next portion of the Bible by man, the servants of the Most Merciful inshallah Tada, so at 2pm Eastern, and we'll see you all tomorrow night on 1313 charts and I want to
go into labor.