Beautiful Patience – Tafsir Surat Yusuf #5

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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of fulfilling obligations and not being taken away from them in Islam, as it can lead to feelings of jealousy and malice. They also touch on the loss of human time during the pandemic and the importance of acceptance and learning from mistakes to avoid being recognized and lose hope. The segment emphasizes the need for acceptance and learning from mistakes to avoid being recognized and lose hope, and uses the term "Gobberish Adams," which refers to the book "Gobberish," as it relates to a situation where an evil person tries to]].
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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh, dear brothers and sisters, and welcome to beautiful patience to see if

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we stopped last time at the scene when the brothers of us sort of came together, and they were plotting something against him to get rid of him. And we talked about their motive and we talked also about, you know, the plan that they came with. And then the consensus agreement at the end is that they're going to take him to the world and they will throw him at the bottom of the world.

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Next scene, Allah subhanaw taala will take us

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to the meeting between the brothers of Yusuf Alayhi Salam and their father iacobelli Salah.

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So look at the way they are presenting their case in front of their father, look at the language that they're using. And this is the first lesson that we're going to stop and learn here.

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The way you talk. It's really reflects what's in your heart. Number one, they said in the last scene, they use for who you know, indeed use of and his brother, who's supposed to be their brother, too. But when you don't like someone use like a pronoun, as if you know, like you're talking about a third person.

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Now they're going to be talking to their father. And and and when you talk to your father, you have to be very respectable.

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Let's look at the way they can address him. All on.

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Man, you so

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they said Who are they? The twin brothers? Have you suffered from another mother? The 10 young men

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were called welcome. Yeah, burner, or father Melaka letter Amanda Elisa, why don't you trust us with us?

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Why would a person speak like this? You know, when we say like as an idiomatic expression, when we say

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the best way to defense is offense. Like if you want to get what you want, you start attacking the person, you make them feel guilty, then they're going to be in a weak position. And then you might be as if you're forcing them to say yes to what you want from them.

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Now they are accusing their father, that he has bad intention that he doesn't, you know, trust them. And that in itself was not why why would a person talk like this to their father?

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I'll tell you why. Because they might have tried many times before.

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And because their father knows about their delicacy and their malicious nature. Then he refused many times.

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So now they're not coming and saying they should like normally they would say like our our father, can we take you sit with us?

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Would you reduce of ghodous

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Look at the way they're talking. It tells you right away

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what type of language they're used to. What type of character do they represent?

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Man atleta mana Allah used to flip now they're not sitting there like Malika Manali was wrestle with him as they talked about their brother before

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now because they know that the dad loves him. So mentioning the name, you know when make the dad happy, because they want to convince him because he's not convinced that they take him they are not going to really take care of him.

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So that's the guarantees that they're going to give I want you to focus with us because later on suppiler you will find the opposite of what they promised.

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Hallelujah again, man atleta Munna Allah use when someone is not telling the truth, they will use the word such as it will come later. Why don't you believe? You know, you wouldn't believe what we say even if you are telling the truth.

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Now also because they know that they are not trustworthy. So they're mentioning the word like Why didn't you trust us

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allies in the last look at the structure and the syntax of this sentence.

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They said we're in that level and also

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I mean, a normal structure of a sentence would be was an answer Hola. So now who also hinted that we should be like we are well wishers of him. But the way Allah subhanaw taala constructed the sentence as if they are giving more than

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You know, confirmation within the same context, they said, What in that, and in that is towards like, indeed we.

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And then he said level that's we put a chip to Joomla it's like a phrase when Allah subhanaw taala makes that inversion that the phrase will come before the subject itself. It means in Arabic called slow pass or pass. If anyone would be, you know, a well wisher of Yusuf Alayhi Salam it's only us. Allah Ha. Look at this indeed, for sure. If anyone would really take care of yourself and would be a well wisher of him. It's only us.

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We're in level learners from the US the lamb again, which is another confirmation. If we say indeed at the beginning, it's like for sure again, what do you find somebody exaggerating? Something feels fishy right away. Or in level Lughnasa?

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Then they said, I've seen whom I'm gonna send him with us rather than tomorrow. What is supposed like what's their intention? Is that really what they're gonna do? But look at what they're saying. Your attack way a lot.

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If you were to send him with us tomorrow, so a lot we promise you he's gonna be doing two things you're well what's your data? You pull out of the cauliflower data at an apple?

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you know, your truck lol hablo la la vida.

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decir Filmora watercooled Masha, that's exactly the expression. When you say that means you loosen the road for the cattle, so they can graze.

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And they can go as far as they want to eat up the grass.

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Basically, to eat and drink abundantly. That's what it means. Why Allah

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and to have joy to play, to amuse himself to entertain himself to have fun.

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Look, that's what they're promising. So they're, they're supposed to take us have to do that. Now.

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Let's stop here and deflect and get something. We call this like a ruling help.

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Which is

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now these are the children of jacobellis Allah who was a prophet.

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And Allah was mentioning,

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in their own words,

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the idea of playing and having fun. So is is having fun and playing halal in Islam? The answer is, yes.

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But is it conditional or just like open? We can play anything and do anything? No, it's conditioned, whatever you are playing should be something else. For example, it can be gambling.

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And the second thing is, it should not take you away from fulfilling your obligations. Meaning some people are sitting there like playing having fun. And then the time for Adam comes, what does it say? A lot? Like,

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isn't this the beginning of that, then? What does it mean? Oh, it means God is the greatest No, no, although Allah didn't say Allahu Akbar. It says Allahu Akbar. It doesn't say a lack of real, because a lack of better means God is great. Allahu Akbar, which is the superlative degree, it means God is the greatest, but allows using the competitive degree Allahu Akbar. So Allahu Akbar means God is greater meaning God is greater than whatever you're doing now leave it and it's time to fulfill the obligatory a better or act of worship at that moment. So when you say, a shadow Allah ilaha illAllah. It means I bear witness that there is no god worthy of worship. Let me stop and ask you.

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Can you bear witness like, did you see a lot of time? No, see what I mean? I bear witness, it's by my actions, that there is no god worthy of worship. So if a lance is saying now to you and the other Allahu Akbar, as if Allah saying it's time now to make a lot greater in your heart and leave playing and come and respond to the call of prayer, hey Allah Salah come to pray, why? Allah, Allah, because this is the this is your way to success.

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So we learned from this ayah that playing as long as what I'm doing is halal is okay. Because some people said no, no, no, no, no, he can't like what a serious Oh, no, no, we can have some fun. We can be entertained. But as long as it's valid. Yet,

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even if you're lucky.

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Playing soccer playing ping pong or whatever, whatever you'll do. Once a time for a batter comes, then you have to leave everything. So if you're playing and then the title again comes into play. Okay, let's go back to our second home and have other Yata viola, then they're gonna confirm again, we're in level Lucha boom, the same, you know, kind of way of confirming and giving guarantees and reassuring them.

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So, Paula, that exaggeration

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is exactly like you know, when your son comes back home with a very bad report card. First of all, he's going to hide it. And then if you were to ask him isn't, isn't this like the time of the month where you should bring the report that said, Oh, yeah, yeah.

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This month is going to be different. I swear to God, I did everything possible. I swear to god, there's something wrong with my teachers, I swear to God, when they keep saying I swear to God, I swear to God,

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I'm in vain. Because they know that they're lying.

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And so I was, like I said, and sort of column one I couldn't the Hanafi mahane.

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Those people who keep using the name of Allah subhanaw taala, to take an oath simply to try to influence you that they are telling the truth when they are not.

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So now they're giving many guarantees. They're they're reassuring their father in many ways. So in the last I were in LA, hold on a second, we explained that the same structure is here again. And indeed, if anyone would be protective of him, or we'll take care of him, it's only us. So we're in that and indeed we Lahu for him to get the structure. So for him comes first it means if anyone will do this to have it's only us, lets us look hospital pass the limiting the action in this context only to themselves, the hospital and have the means protection, preservation, you know, paying attention taking care.

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So if anyone would really be concerned to take care of him, it's all yours.

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Now, imagine now, this is the way they address their phone. How would their father receive this?

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Look at that action of jacobellis. Of course, we all know that jacobellis Allah, you know, pays more attention to us if Elisa Lam and his brother Binyamin. Why? Because they lost their mom. How old was us when that happened? Mr. Ali, Sarah was approximately three years old, how old was Binyamin after his birth.

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And these are 10 young men, completely independent.

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So who should be given more attention? logically speaking?

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Not even not even from the from the point of view of the religion, I'm just talking, logically speaking, you have a you have a baby newborn, and a kid who's three, and you have 10 people like 17 and above, who should be given more time more attention.

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This is why when they calculated their own, you know, calculations when they said, you know, Lucifer, who have been a min now his brother are more beloved to our father, and we are a group of young men.

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That in itself,

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has the evidence that they're wrong.

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But again, they are selfish. They're thinking about themselves.

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This is why the reason for killing they said, Yes,

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we want more attention.

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So here, you have the father on one side, and the children on one side, and the father is doing what's right, but they make it they make him look like he's unfair amongst them. know, when you were, when you were young, you're given the due care to

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look at the action of jacobellis to the request, and how this is gonna affect them. Again, psychologically speaking,

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all in the layer zanoni.

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Be local. He said, the fact that you're going to take him away from me will make me feel sad. Love it, what's he doing now? He's rekindling the fire of jealousy in their hearts as you stealing them. I love him so much. So if you were to take him away from me, I'm going to feel sad. And deep inside, they're going to say, Oh, my God. He's telling us again here that he loves him more than us.

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Not only that, of course, he didn't mean that.

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But look at the next iron, which is very serious. The next part of that he said, What are harmful?

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to mine.

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And I'm afraid that our wills might come and devour him. While you're not attending to him while you're away, like you're taking care of the cattle or do your own business.

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Hold on for a second. This is very serious.

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Wow. Let me ask you a question. When they met in that dark room, and they wanted to take a sip and throw him at the world, have they ever mentioned what will be the excuse when they come back to the father would be? They didn't. Allahu Akbar, Whatsapp is what I'm doing here. He's giving them the tool

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as opponents to fight with, he gave him the excuse.

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So it just like, wow, they said, Now, thank you so much, that that's a pretty good excuse. So we'll get rid of him. We'll blame it on levels. This is why they said be careful. When you talk with people, you might give them the tool to fight you it.

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Then again, of course, they can defend themselves.

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In the no spa, if the wolf were to devour him and eat him while we're a strong group of young men in the locker room, indeed, we're losers. How come? We'll never allow us to do this.

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Now, I love it, you tell us the details. But we move to another scene, which implies that the dad caved in. And after the way they attacked him and accused him is not trusting them. And they promise he's gonna play and have fun.

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And then when he gave him the two, which is like the wolf, how can how can work with a group of strong young men? No. That doesn't mean since that doesn't make sense.

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And as I told you, the style of the Quran didn't, you know, tell us more details because we just under understand them from the context. So let's see right away, I lost my dad said

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I do

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better job.

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So when they

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took him, which means that that gave them. So the next scene explains to you that wouldn't have to go into more details. And then they started arguing again. And he argued back and then at the end, he agreed a lot allowed him tell us this, like give us the second scene right away when they took him with them. What a GMO and they had a consensus agreement amongst themselves

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that they're gonna throw him at the bottom of the world.

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Listen to the phone, and let's reflect on stop here.

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is useful in a very bad situation.

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Yes. Did he commit any crime? No, he's innocent. Does this happen in real life today? Yes. Can a group of brothers or sisters be against their own brother or sister? Yes. What is going to be in their hearts? What's the disease that will lead them to do this? It's envy, jealousy, grudge, malice, hatred.

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So last thing as the story is that we can drive lessons. We shouldn't be doing this. They think how their father would feel towards them.

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That they calculate the repercussions of you know, you know how the father received the news of losing YouTube?

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Did they have some mercy in their hearts towards their own brother

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blinded by their jealousy.

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Now, the lesson that we're going to learn we are in a very bad situation now, under this pandemic. We were forced to stay at home have lots of time in our hands. And the process Helen said near latterly Mark Boone FEMA Cathedral minister to blessings that people are losers when it comes to them they don't invest them the way it should be a health one for free time. So handy later stay at home now you're healthy and you have free time to invest in the time because this is your life. This is your capital while us in the insanity of loss taking off by Time Time goes by and all mankind is in a state of ultimate loss. lol Edina I'm gonna be one of them inshallah, when you are through

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this, you know look down at home except for those who believe and do righteous deeds. So think about having the righteous deeds Can you do not only in your free time but in your free time in the blizzard month of Ramadan

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you know are on declared

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you know, reaching out of kinship through like all these, you know, social media, you know, spending quality time with your family, praying together, doing digital together, having fun together.

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So look at the positive way a lot this you, I want all of you now, because some of you said, No, we lost our freedom. While I was sitting at home, we can go out as we used to look at you to balance that and now

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he's going to be alone, he's going to be thrown at the bottom of the world. And guess what, what can you expect at the bottom of the world yet, see what a loss pattern is going to do to us during this time of hardship. And I want you to think, well how much the last battle has given us even though we're going through hardship, look at the fact that you're healthy. You still have some money, still have some food, still have your family around you.

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So be grateful for what you have. appreciate what you have before you had to appreciate what you had. Be content with the father of law. When the human biller, you had the fun back in this ayah Allah subhanaw taala is not saying whoever believes in Allah. No, it means whoever accepts the power of Allah, Allah will give him that peace of the heart and peace of the mind. Allah will give him that contentment we are last part Allah give us his River, which means contentment, say I mean.

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So now that I look at this situation allows partners is not going to give us details. Because it's a very, very tough situation. Imagine now like brothers thrown their own brother at the bottom of the world? How would that look like?

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What did they feel when they did that? How did you survive salon is gonna feel like, you know, like, he's just walking with Him as an innocent boy. And he doesn't know what's gonna happen to him in a few seconds. So as I said, when they took him with him, and they have a consensus agreement to throw him at the bottom of the world.

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And the last top that seemed right, they didn't tell us the details. But he told us what he did to us.

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He said, what our high in

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la de la tuna, B.

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And we inspired us

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one day,

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you will remind him

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of the situation, be angry him

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what they are doing to you now, what is

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the point you will recognize them but they will not be able to recognize you? What lessons do we learn from this? Four lessons, brothers and sisters. Listen number one, Allah Subhana Allah is giving yourself an excellent hope.

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And I'm telling you, in sha Allah, you know, never lose hope in the mercy of Allah. What's happening to us now, we'll come to an end, when it's the last decision stop me or you. We have to accept.

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How many years have we lived in the abundance and bountiful line, everything's good.

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But this is, this is the meaning of Delia, it's meant to be a test.

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So never lose hope in the mercy of Allah. And when you're going through a hardship, Allah will always be on your side. And that's what Allah is saying, get to use it.

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When they throw him at the bottom of the world, Allah subhanaw taala inspired him led to the unknown, there will be a day where you're going to inform them, what does that mean? illustrating him, you're not gonna die here you see, there will come a day when you're gonna remind them of what they did to you, which means you'll be saved from here and handled, and that's good news.

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And another aspect that we have to learn from desire to not be alone means he's gonna be reunited with them. Allahu Akbar. So there will be a reunion with the family.

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So first of all, don't lose hope on your side, this and number two, you will remind them of this, which means you will be safe. Number three, you will be reunited with them. Number four, you will be in a higher position. Because you will be the one reminding them It means you have the upper hand. And at that point, you will recognize them but they will not recognize you Why? Because fast forward for almost 40 years when they're going to meet together. Imagine at this moment, it was like six, seven years old, like a child, right? Imagine he's like 40 years old, and they haven't seen him for those like 30 to 40 years. Would the way you surprise them looks will change. Definitely Yes. But

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when they did this to him, they were adults. So even after 30 years, would they change the same way drastically, like use of change?

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The answer is no. So you can easily recognize them. But they can easily recognize him. It's simpler now, ask you that who's sitting next to you? Who's like in his 40s? Or 30s? Or 50s? Say that, can you show me a picture when you were a child? And you look at that and look at him now? Oh, is that you thought you were very good, but you don't look the same.

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Yeah, there's a huge change. But if you look at a picture of maybe 20 years difference between the age of 20, for example, to 50, there wouldn't be that major difference.

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So even at the Harvest Moon, there is a message of hope here.

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And, you know, like in the books of stuff said, they said, when they throw him, imagine, now, they're gonna throw him at the bottom of the world. Let me just live that moment with you to see what you're going through now in this pandemic, and to see that night or that few nights, but like I'm talking about the first time and the moment they throw your studies.

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Have you ever experienced this, of course, they are doing this at a time when they're hiding from pieces around them.

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And then imagine, now they bring like the bucket or something, and they put us up, and then they're gonna loosen the rope so that they can, they can throw him at the bottom of the way. And the word they use a hula hoop, a potential for them to have a big mouth.

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So I want you to imagine now an innocent child who is running around them, and all of a sudden, they capture him.

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And they try to throw him at the bottom of

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how would you feel as a child and as a brother? He's gonna look at them and say, what's going on? What's wrong? What are you gonna do to me?

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And then now they're throwing him down, like, No, why? What are you doing this to me?

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What did I do? Do I deserve this? And of course, he has begged them. And he asked, like, you know, like, if they have an atom of mercy in their hearts, they should have changed that idea when they see him and imagine what he's going to go through. Where's he going now? At the bottom of the world?

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What do you expect to be at the bottom of the wall? scorpions, snakes, all types of insects?

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Is he going to have a cover a comfortable place to sleep? compared to your room going through to what you see is gonna go through as a child, or even an adult? Do you think they give him some food with him?

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Subhanallah but you know what, what the book says fcsa

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jabril la Salaam received him when they throw him at the bottom of the world.

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And he inspired him with these words, that one day will come when you're going to remind them of what they have done.

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Which means have hope you're not going to die here. Number two, you're going to be reunited with them. You're not gonna die. And when you remind them of this upper hand, and you recognize them, and they will not recognize you.

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Allah subhanaw taala said in no manner.

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In the manners useful. Have you ever thought about this? A lot didn't say in about the nursery, you throw after hardship, comes ease, no visit.

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The ease is with the hardship. Look what you're going through.

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compare yourself to others now who are living in camps and to eat.

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And the time for breakfast comes and they don't break their fast not because they are very excited about Ramadan, and they want to fast day and night. No, it's simply because they have nothing to bring the festival. So said hamdulillah and give sadaqa and today because this is the month of South Africa

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be grateful that Allah has given you

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those people there. They don't know what's going to happen to them like US Forest Service at the bottom of the world. Now imagine if he weren't his shoes, would you feel secure?

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Do you feel secure at home now. It's a big blessing to come to learn handler for being secure.

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So handler for being helpful. So handler for having food on the table. So handler that you can see said handler that you can hear so in handler you have your children around you those kids there, they lost their dads, or the parents lost their kids.

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So see the puppet see the positive side.

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See the half which is full of the bottle, not the half that's empty.

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Then what happens after that?

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Now they did commit the crime.

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Now they have to come back home.

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Did they ever think about the excuse or the lie that they're going to make about music

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Yes, it's jacobellis Adam who gave it to them as a gift.

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When he said, taking him away from me will make me sad. And I'm, I'm afraid that the wolf will divorce. Thank you. We got it. Like we don't have to fabricate a lie, would blame it on the wolf. Now what? What time did they choose to come back?

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buku they choose the night. Why? Because there is no electricity at that time.

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So the night will help them to cover the lie, it's dark, and he wouldn't be able to see them if they are crying, or if they're pretending to be crying.

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So they came during this talk.

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And I wanted to analyze every single word that they're going to say, because the line that I want you to right now, as one of the gyms in this ayat, there is nothing called perfect prime. And the reason that there is nothing called perfect.

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A criminal has to live some evidence. Now what did they say? Listen? Oh, oh, yeah.

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So they came to the Father during the night, and they are crying, and they said, Our Father in heaven forbid, a lover but the first slip?

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What do they promise the day before our cinema and everything else? Thailand, I've seen him with us. And he will eat and drink abundantly. He will have fun, he will run around, he will entertain himself. He'll be joyful. To put this up now. They forgot what they said yesterday. This is why they say is that according to Cora, if you want to be a professional liar, you have to be you have to have a very strong memory to remember the last lie. Because if you say something and then say something against it, you'll be discovered. So the promise is to drink abundantly and he's going to be playing but look what they said now, in the habit of Starbuck, we went racing. So who's having

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fun here? Use it for them? No, then

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what happened to us? What are you so far?

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We left our luggage. Haha. But you said yesterday, he's gonna he's gonna eat and drink abundantly and he's gonna have fun. Now you're the ones who are having fun. And he's sitting to guard your, your luggage.

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That's the first line. And when someone as I told you knows that they are lying. They can use the word. Like telling the truth

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about this little

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mini learner, the same language of like guilt again, they're gonna, you know, guilt trip their father. You wouldn't believe us anyway. What opened us for three to two?

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What are you insinuating here? So is that like, lying anyway? Because if we tell the truth, you wouldn't believe us or like, what he's trying to say.

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how can they prove that the world's devout

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Why Jay?

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z Demi Khatib,

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a lost Protestant, and they came up with

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for blood, and they stained his shirt with that.

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But there's something in the Arabic here that you will not find in the English translation or a translation of the meaning of

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an Arabic Allah subhanaw taala should have said, according to my narrow understanding of the language, was that what Allah committed he beat them in Mecca zoo,

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because we are describing the blood to be false, but a lot of them say that LA is the noun instead of the adjective. Be that mean, Kevin?

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It should be the mean mcdu false Bob. But the law said, Kevin, as if Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling us in that exaggerated form, that the blood in itself is alive.

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This is very deep in the language, you wouldn't find this in the translation.

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So the blob that they stain the shirt with is the embodiment of lying.

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Where's the slip here? Where's the proof that there is no perfect time.

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According to him on his stuff here, he said that when they gave the shirt at that time, you could see he didn't lose your eyesight yet. So he took the shirt and they forgot to tear the shirt.

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They took off the shirt from yourself.

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Before they throw him, and they slaughtered one of their, you know, animals and they got some blood and they stain certain parts of the shirt. I told you this story is the story of the three dreams and the three shirts. We talked about the first three and this is the first shirt.

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So what they did, they forgot to tear some parts of the shirt. So when jacobellis took the shirt and saw the stains of blood on the shirt, they said,

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Well, one of the use of

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one MEMS and Tommy's like what a merciful wolf Masha Allah he divorced, abusive, without touching his shift

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that was approved that he discovered that law

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which means that he beat me. So what was the reaction of jacobellis Santa Paula Belen, so

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he said to them, You know what? Your evil self, your evil souls beautified? You know, so what happens? The unit was a pilot, you know, your conscience made you see this as something beautiful and something easy when, when in fact, it's something evil and something ugly.

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The idea of Allah knows best because your hope is a prophet, but he doesn't know the unseen, but definitely he knew that they did something to them.

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And it's something evil

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kind of answer what if

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I'm wrong, you're evil souls, beautified something made it look easy in front of you, when it's really

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Now is going to resort to

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when you are a tough one, you are in a tough situation. You're going through and living and you lost your job. Now, jacobellis Adams losing his son,

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and Subhanallah The problem is, who did something evil to it's not a stranger it's his own funds to you know, sometimes you are in a situation where

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I don't need just like patience. I need, you know, I need so much patience. This is why he said fasab Jeremy Yeah, Allah give me beautiful patience and beautiful patience means I can only complain to you. I can complain to Allah who can give me our own help in this situation.

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macrocephaly method the boon, Allah is the word he had like the literal translation your support or possible means you describe what happened. But in fact, it was described in the Quran the word yourself, by meaning also utilize while at the core of the matassa for all synthetic human COVID

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had Hallelu ha ha.

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So they're lying, and he knows that they're blind.

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So imagine now jacoba Sam is in a situation where like, people are coming to tell him, listen,

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your son is gone.

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Maybe he dies. That's exactly what they're saying. The wolves devour them. So imagine if you if you have a salon wants to vent when you are in this situation and have so much anger and sadness and anguish within you so many negative emotions. And then you say you're like give me beautiful patients. Yellow, I'm not gonna complain to anyone except you.

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You're like giving me the help now, because it's as if I want to retaliate, or revenge. What am I going to do? It's exactly, I'm going to cut my left hand with my rights, and these are my children. And they're the ones who did this to my other child.

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And just wanted to live the psychological condition that jacobellis lamb was living at that moment.

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And when you go through a hardship like this, the prophet Salim used to say, you know, inside Muslim desert can also some either hazard

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and that's exactly the situation that we're in Winter Park psyllium was put in a very difficult situation where he cannot seek the help of any human beings around him. Again, are you Hi Ella, Salah used to rush to who are suffering Jamil will love them this time. And many of us say Allah homestyle, but you don't understand what it means.

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We say a lot almost. And when you're in a situation like this, nobody can help me other than Allah, because it's a very tough situation. No human can offer any help at that point. Tell me who can help you at that moment. Who can make it easy for him when he feels if I want to vent I'm going to do what killed my own children who killed their own brother. It's too much

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what happened to you so

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what's gonna happen to him next? What is he now? How did he spend those few nights? And will Allah Subhana Allah give him help? Well the last part of the rescue him

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will illustrate printed, remove this pandemic.

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That's we're going to learn next time insha Allah willing continuing services.

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So I'm going to leave you with this cliffhanger inshallah, and we will see you next Friday inshallah, at 5pm. I would like to remind you of our popular show on Saturday, which is going to be tomorrow inshallah, between 2pm to 3pm. After you listen to the stories of the Sahaba

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a post to remind you that you can get the phone number

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and it's the show where we received the goals from the kids reciting the Quran, and we enjoy the recitation and we encourage them in sha Allah to stay connected with the book of Allah subhanaw taala during difficult times, inshallah. So please stay tuned and we want to, to call us inshallah, and I would like also to inform you that our, you know, Saskatoon Tao and community center is open, you know, starting today insha Allah from 630 until 830, in sha Allah, just to offer your service you can give your Zakat and footer which is $10 per person, you can give us a cattle man, you can give the nation to the masjid and please this is the month of spending the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam was the most generous person on earth. But then they said What can I do it via confy Ramadan, what can you do to hickory masala but when it comes to his generosity and Ramadan, it was completely different. It was like swifting wind, so make sure inshallah, that you know for the rest of Ramadan, you still have half of the month ahead of you inshallah, and leather inshallah is going to be one of them in Shaolin velocita. So try to compete This is the field to compete and brace inshallah for the forgiveness of Allah and Jenna and to be saved from hellfire. And you know, give generously more or less apart Allah accept from you. I mean, I mean, I mean, Salaam Alaikum

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warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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The window was really good.