Reda Bedeir – Tafseer Of Sura Al-Rahman #4

Reda Bedeir
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of "will" in various context, including the concept of "will" and its use in relation to "will" in the Bible. They stress the need for self discipline and self opponent, emphasizing the importance of showing love and mercy. The speakers also touch on the negative impact of not being aware of one's surroundings and the danger of rejection, highlighting the need for individuals to be balanced and aware of one's surroundings.
AI: Transcript ©
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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah Berkut

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smeller. From the LA salatu salam ala rasulillah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah, Allah He was so happy Omen Allah, it seems that I have to ask for love every time.

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Right? I have to ask everybody to come close and show me the love. And I asked the brothers to come to the front because the sisters might be sitting at the back if you don't mind.

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So, yeah, it used to be called a Holla Holla the Toronto Sun, right? They used to sit like a circle. Okay.

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I gave you a homework last time, if you if you still remember,

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I left you with a question I said.

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We were talking about the last thing we're talking about was the explanation of the word in turn, right? When we said Allah subhanaw taala said Holla Holla inside and we said, the root of the word in sand, it stems from three meanings, one of them is nisi and the other one comes from NSR, which means to see. And the third one is, you know, owns which means love, show love and mercy, and need, like needing that love and mercy back.

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And when we're talking about the fact that the word insane is derived from Miss Yan, which is the

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character of being forgetful, or what we call oblivious.

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Then when somebody forgets what do they need?

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A reminder, right? Isn't it amazing? That the Quran is called the reminder many times in the Quran itself. If you go to Surah number 15 and number nine, Allah smart Allah says in

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the Quran, try in

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lieu, indeed we have sent down a thicker, the reminder. Why because we forget, right? Allah says we're in the whole addicted electronic comic was so fair to say alone. It's a reminder for you and your people, and you will be questioned.

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Allah subhana wa Eiland when he

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talked about Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam describing him, you know when people said he was a poet, and he made up this port on soulless putana installation said, one

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was not taught him poetry. And he doesn't need poetry in Hawaii in the

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The Quran is nothing but

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A reminder, right? And for an mobian, what's the meaning of mobian?

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Why didn't Allah say by m? mu b means clear in itself. And it also clarifies. But the next question, what does it clarify itself for Han is the criterion between the false hood and the truth.

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The criterion between what's right and what's wrong, what's good and what's bad.

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That's the meaning of moving. So a lot could have said buy in by means clear in itself. So exactly like someone who came to the processor lab, and this is prophets of Allah, we travel, we travel in the sea. And when we travel, we have a little bit of sweet water that we keep for drinking.

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So when we lose our hoodoo, if we use the sweet water, we will run out of it. So is it possible to use the water of the sea for although what are the problems?

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The Prophet could have said yes or no. But he's teaching us a principle in giving down when somebody comes to ask a question. Don't just give them the answer. Give them something more. So the Prophet Salim said,

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Who? aka huruma Allah Hello Matata.

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They asked one simple question, can we use the water of the safe rudo? He could have said yes.

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But look what he gave them he gave them to two more things, he said who are huruma the water of the sea is not just for her, to her means pure in itself, but the whole means for her own fiend FC mocha Coronavirus. It means it's pure in itself. And it can be used to purify

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alcohol, my tattoo meaning anything that comes out of the sea, even if it's dead, it is handled for you. So all seafood is handled for us even if it comes out instead. Is that clear?

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let's go back here. We just mentioned that I had in Surah. Yaseen is number 69. And 71, my alumna who shala, won my MBA Bella in her electric room, or on a movie, but the homework that I gave you, I said, if you go to sort of RF, so number seven,

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I'm not sure if I specified the number of is it make us make a search? It's 172 and 173.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is refuting an argument before it happens.

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What is it? We're still talking about? An insane and one of the meanings of an incident or the root of the word insane is mission. You know, being forgetful, right. So Allah subhanaw taala said, because you forget, you might come with this exclusion the day of judgment

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and you say, I forgot. So Allah subhanaw taala refuted that before it happens. And this is why would you decide this I had in sort of RF 172 and 173 so number seven, Allah subhanaw taala says why the other book I mean, Benny Agha remember hoodie him to return home as a philosopher Allah tala. You know, you know, He created us two times. One time it's called the spiritual world Ireland.

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So we were in the bath or the one of our father Adam with a book and many other women voted him to return why she had a home Allah hamfest him so lots of Allah tala took that covenant from us who were just spirits before now we came into these bodies now.

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Unless to be wrong.

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Am I not your Rob? Am I not your master? Brother? Can you join us please because we leave the area in the back for the sisters if you don't mind.

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Unless to be Rob become Am I not your Master Card OSHA hidden what was the answer? Allah we bear witness that you are our Rob. So if a lot of that covenant from you, back there when you were a spirit, can you deny that

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Salah said you took the covenant. You bore witness that arm your arm your rub, right? He said these are the two excuses that you might come up with on the Day of Judgment.

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And the Hulu that is number one and Takayama piano in Santa Ana hopefully, you might say on the Day of Judgment, we will heat this of this but no I took a covenant from you. And you said yes yeah Allah you are our up

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what's the significance?

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Use, so you can blame it on heedlessness. The other option would be otaku in NEMA Ashoka Allah.

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In fact, it's not us it's our forefathers. They did shirk the associated partners with you Allah. And then Allah said, otaku in NEMA Ashoka una min club, lacuna, the reactor membagikan, we were the descendants. We just followed them.

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asset of liquid iv mafatlal Mobile to learn. Yeah, Allah, would you punish us because of the wrongdoing of our forefathers. So Allah said, I'm giving you the two excuses. Now, give your excuses are black, I don't come into the judgment with these two excuses, because they will not be accepted. And this is why we're lucky, amazingly enough. Just I'm gonna ask you this question and think for a second.

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There comes a point in your life, even if you're away from Islam.

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If you're if you're born into Islam, and you haven't been practicing, there comes a point in your life, when you hit the age of puberty, and you start growing mentally, emotionally, psychologically, you start asking, Who am I?

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Who brought me here? What's the purpose of my life? And by the way, you will be asked these questions by your teenagers all the time.

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You know, I always get this question by many parents, they say, please come to our house and speak to our teenagers because they're putting up with this question. Who am I? Why am I here? Is this something normal? Of course, yes. It's very normal. But you know, the parents get scared. Especially when your son or daughter they have been Mashallah very submissive. Very nice. when they are young, they follow you blindly. But then when they start thinking, and they want to make their own decisions, they can ask you why,

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why, why do I have to pray? Why do we have to fast? But suppiler sometimes the reaction from the parents is totally wrong. You know, they get mad at themselves, you know? Are you questioning Islam?

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Are you questioning prayer after 15 years? No. Well, they're they're not questioning. They're asking to learn. Because you sent him, you send them to a school where they teach them critical thinking, they always tell them ask us to learn us to know. But because we come from a culture back home, you cannot push and you cannot push in faith. How dare you say, Why do I have to pray? You just pray because it's either it's a habit. I saw my father praying, no. Praying is not a habit. Praying is a battle. And I pray because of lack of money, little prayer. And I pray because I will benefit from my prayer Allah will not benefit from my prayer, Allah doesn't need it.

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So when your kids come and ask you questions, please give them room. Allow them to ask questions. And if you don't know how to answer the questions, bring them to someone who can answer the questions. It's pathetic these days, that the number of teenagers leaving Islam is growing. I'm serious. I teach at the university and I know what I'm talking about so many students, so many students at the University, they're leaving Islam. Why? Because of the harsh treatment that we give them. Because we did not give them the opportunity to love Allah, we always scare them. If you want to punish your kids say, hey, go and read social Baccarat

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as your punishment for the day.

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I'm serious. He comes to us like you know

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that I have a question but I'm not sure if I can ask you a lot. Go ahead and ask

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Paula even the way you're asking to answer the question is going to be seven No, no, no, no, when you're in a good mood inshallah.

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And then, when he sees you in a good mood, you know, dad, where's Allah? Allah? Are you are you gonna be a cancer?

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How dare you question about what is Allah?

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Is this a valid question? He said Is

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it is? I need to answer the question. If you don't know how to answer the question, bring them to someone who can answer the questions, but don't scare them away.

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This is why these kids you know what they end up doing? They go to their friends, and they ask their friends the questions

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and they will get the wrong answers or they stop asking questions.

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And gradually, they pull out of Islam.

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And then you start to struggle with them at home.

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So we need to open that dialogue.

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So the first meaning of the word insane comes from what? Give me the word. Nice. Yeah. What's the word?

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What's Nietzschean forgetfulness. So it's perfectly fitting here that the Parana school reminder. And by the way, when I say I forgot something, does it mean that I knew it before?

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Hello? Yes, sir. Yes. Yeah, I knew before but I just need

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a reminder last month, I said, was a caffeine addict rotten, Mini. Remind because the reminder will benefit the believers.

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So that gives enough added vichara meaning, you should always remind, but choose the right time to remind because sometimes, we might pick the wrong time somebody is busy, somebody is not really ready to listen, but we push them

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Second meaning of the word in sand is

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the stem NSR. In sand from NSF, NSF means see if you go to

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Soraka. So number 20, and number 10, Musa alayhis salam was walking with his family. And what did he say? He said, in the tuna?

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He said, he said I saw some fire.

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So, see, what does that mean? So they say in sand is a creation that you can see versus what? versus gin. Because this surah is addressing both mankind and jinn you know the ayah I'll keep reminding you that's repeated 31 times in the Surah fabby a.

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Which of the signs which of the gifts of your rob your master? Do you deny both of you mankind and jinn. What does the word Jenna in the Arabic language mean?

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Jenna means to disappear.

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Jenna means to appear you know Ibrahim alayhis salam in the surah. He said philomathean Allah He laid when the light came, what happened to the day it disappeared?

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So we call it Jin. Why? Because you can see them.

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Is that clear? The word Jelena and the Arabic language, where does it come from? It comes from Jenna also, what does it mean?

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When you go to Jana inshallah say I mean,

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there will be large trees, and these trees come together on the top, what do they do? They cover you, they give you shade, and that's the stem of the word. So, nothing underneath can be seen.

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And this is the stem of the word gender. Is that clear? So annissa means to see what gender means, the ability not to see because something is covered. This is why the word image noon comes from Jelena also what's Majnoon? Somebody who has a mind, but that money is has a mind, but that mind discover is not working. So this way, we say my junoon so you see the words, if you understand the stem of the words, that will make everything meaningful, meaningful to you. So insan could be from Nietzsche and forgetfulness. It could be from the fact that we can be seen or Allah subhanaw taala samsara talking about a blease and his offspring she said in Hurrah como kabiru mean hi falassarna

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home. Shayla shayateen can see us, but we cannot see them. So we are insane and they are jinn, because we can be seen, but they cannot be seen by us. Is that clear?

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The third meaning of the word insert, or the third stem of the word is the word owns, owns, as as insane. As a human being. You need that meaning which is owns what's owns, owns means love, mercy. It's part of our nature that we want to show love and mercy.

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to people, and even to animals and to birds. But can I ask you a question? Would a wild bird with a wild animal, show love and mercy to its prey?

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Have you ever seen a lion calling the goat and say hi? I'm really hungry. I love you so much. But I'm really hungry. And you know what? inshallah you're going to be my dinner for the night. So get ready, inshallah. I'm going to attack in the next five minutes.

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Have you ever seen the dialogue? No, he'll hide. And he'll jump, no mercy. No law, I'm hungry. That's it.

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But Subhanallah the process has taught us even when we want to slaughter an animal, we have to be merciful.

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He said, first of all, sharpen the knife. Second, hide the life. Don't show the life to the animal and get the animal will rested on its right side. So that you know you will easily reach the jugular vein. And this is the most merciful way of

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killing the animal or slowing the animal because all the blood will gush out and that's healthy. And nowadays, what do they do? They shoot the animals with the guns they say this is merciful killing In fact, it's not they feel so much pain with that shot. And Subhanallah it's not healthy because they don't get rid of all the blood and this is not healthy for you to eat that way too. So the best way to slaughter the animal is the Islamic way.

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And I have seen it myself when people do not follow the Sunnah I saw a brother who showed the the knife to the buffalo before slaughtering, you know what the buffalo

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history ran away, pushing him dashing into a wall breaking the wall, stepping on a child killing him. And she ran away.

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Then finished.

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He said I'm saying so owns meaning, showing love and mercy is something very special to mankind.

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You're the only creature on earth, who would love to show that love and mercy and you want it back?

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Imagine when people today they show love and they don't get it back what happens? Some people reach to the to the, to the edge of committing suicide, because they are not loved. They're not appreciated. Right? When people feel like you know, nobody's appreciating them. Nobody's showing love or mercy to them, what do they end up doing? They might even end up committing suicide.

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So it's only the humans who can show that love and mercy and they need it back.

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This is why some kind of law. You know, if you go to jail, may Allah forbid inshallah, just to visit you know, not to stay there, because I go there to visit people. So when you go to jail, the worst type of punishment and torment is solitary confinement.

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Imagine when you put someone you know, completely secluded from the world, in a room like maybe one meter by one meter. It's like a grave. And he's sitting there talking to no one Seeing no one.

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These people sometimes they go crazy.

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So part of you as insane is that you want to live with people show love and mercy to people and you need it back. This is part of our nature as insan Okay, so Allah created us. And because we forget, he gave us the Quran to remind us, like he did us with this love and mercy that we should show to people. And this is part of His mercy as being a raha man. See how everything is related to the first you know, I end up in the Surah Rahman allemaal peran Holla Holla insane then a lemma hula. Let's stop at our lemahieu lemahieu means taught him. Let's go back to the first one. The first one was our ramen, Allah Al Quran. They exceedingly merciful toward the Quran. Did he say tofu? No, he

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made it open to mankind and jinn. We all know that the jinn heard the Quran and they accepted this land and there's a whole soul and the Broncos sorta Jin right and they said themselves one min l Muslim una amin El Paso tone. There are amongst you know Jin, there are Muslims and there are

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non Muslims

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and this is why when you say the word jinn, this is the species itself, okay? But when you say shaitan it means those among jinn who choose not to be Muslims

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and a police is the top of them Satan shaitan This is the big one.

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Okay? So are there jinn who are Muslims? Yes.

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So now Allah said

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he made it open for both mankind and jinn. But here's the last part that I said I lemahieu Albion it came after helical incense or like aerated man. And the law said, told him who is him here.

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And insane. So when it comes to the peran, it's for mannequin and Gen, but by an is only for

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mankind. What's by n.

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by N means the ability to communicate the ability to express your feelings.

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The ability to say what you feel now?

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Is this only something special? To man? Yes.

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Give me an example.

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How many of you

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had experiences with babies? Raise your hands? That you don't have to be a parent? It could be your brother, or sister.

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Okay. Your nephew, your niece, right?

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What's the language that babies know? To express themselves? Only one language. Right?

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Once they start this, what happens? Everybody rush, you know, to the ambulance, you know?

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So what happens?

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If they are hungry? What do they do? They cry. If they're thirsty.

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They cry. If they want you to change the diapers, what do they do? They cry. Right?

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Anything, the only way to express themselves as they cry. And it's it's up to you to go and do all the troubleshooting in the world to try to find out was the problem. Once they cry,

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you go and the mom will start breastfeeding them still they're crying and they push her away. Right?

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And then sometimes,

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you know, he tried to go and try to change the diaper. There's nothing there. But they're still crying. What could be wrong? They could be sick. But they can tell you I feel pain here. Right?

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Okay. So,

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the way

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babies will will will express themselves as I said, it's going to be crying, right? So, do they learn by an or they just make noise.

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You know animals and insects, they have their own language, they speak to one another. But there is nothing like the speech as a gift from a man

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that you can express yourself. When a dog starts barking.

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Do you know why is it barking?

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Is it because somebody is coming? Or is it because like you know they want to, you know draw attention to something else? Or is it because they themselves are hungry or thirsty, you can tell.

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So nothing can be compared to the gift of speech that Allah smart Allah has given to human beings to be able to communicate and express whatever they feel.

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And this is why as much as we show respect to the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala taught us by and we should be respecting whatever comes out of our mouth.

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As if Allah saying, you know, you should appreciate that gift by staying away from filthy language, from foul language, which is the same time that we recite the Koran. It's not befitting to use bad words.

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So always exercise, self discipline and self restraint when it comes to what comes out of your mouth. Because every single day, the organs of the body. The professor Lam said they talk to the tongue. They say it took Lahaina

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Be conscious of God, because you are our ambassador, you are our representative, whatever we feel whatever we want you express it. So be careful.

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One other point that I wanted to share when it comes to buy and

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when we say buy and the word buy, and if I translate it into English literally it means communication

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or communication.

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And for you to be able to be the best communicator, the best communication needs three elements. What are the three elements of eloquence or communication? Number one speech,

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which is the content number two, a speaker,

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somebody who deliver that speech,

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Number three, the style of the speech.

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And the last one

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is very important because it makes it or breaks it, you can have an excellent speech or content.

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And you can have

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a good speaker.

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But then the delivery style is that what makes the difference between one speaker and the other?

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Right? Let's take this to real life. Imagine

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there is a whole bar

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and you came late to the football.

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And there was no space for you ended up in the basement. And there was no camera in the basement for you.

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And you heard one of the best hobas ever in your life. It was very motivational. It makes sense. It hits you in the heart. The content is excellent. The speaker is excellent. The delivery style was excellent.

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But guess what?

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When the Imam went to the member, he was wearing jeans

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and a baseball cap backwards

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and the ankles will be sitting in the front row.

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You know what they're going to do? Even though it's one of the best hotness ever, the anchors will be stuck with what with his baseball cap with his t shirt. They're going to be like this for a while. I think we need to read the orange.

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Everyone else is mesmerized by the by the content by the speech by everything right? But the anchors are sitting there like you know, the How

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is this the way he should be dressed? Is this part of the band? No.

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I'm not saying you're safe should be doing this. Even though I could do it one time inshallah to surprise you. But what I'm trying to say is sometimes we missed the point.

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I remember one time I was giving. I was teaching a course in London UK.

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Okay, and I started talking and there was an uncle in the front.

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And he's giving me a dirty look all the time. And he he can tell he's mad at me. Every time I look at everyone else, they're smiling, Mashallah they're into the class. They're hysterically laughing and then all of a sudden when I became serious, they start crying. And then they go back to laughing, but he's like, he's giving me a straight face like this.

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I'm like, What did I do wrong?

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And I said, You know what? In my first break

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No, we do 15 minutes 10 minutes break. I said in my first break, I'm going to talk to him. And my first break, I took him aside I said Salaam Alaikum. Still with a smile on my face. So Dalai Lama Salah.

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I said, Okay, this is not good. It's not a good start.

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I said, How are you?

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He said hamdulillah

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I said my name is Rosa. But then I said, I know.

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I'm like, Okay. May I know your name? My name is Masha, Allah, and shall guidance. May Allah subhanaw taala guide us all to the sales like, yes, may Allah guide you.

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And I said, I mean, I didn't take offense. It's like, I mean, we all need it.

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And then

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I said, Did I say anything that offended you?

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Are you mad at me? he said.

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I said, Is it because I said something.

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But no. I said What is it? Is it? Would this tie? Take you to Jenna?

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I was dressed in a suit with a tie. Okay. And I'm like, I don't think it's gonna take me to hellfire.

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No, this is my style. Sometimes. I love to answer the question or the question. I said, Do you think he's gonna take me to a farm? And he was stuck?

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And I said, Okay, so if I take it off, would you be happy with me? is like,

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I took it off. And I throw it on the table. I shall our second session. He was all into the class and stuff. But I spoiled it for him again.

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Do you think I took off I put on the tiger. No.

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I started leaving the tafsir.

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And I talked about not the tie, about the culture.

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I said, Okay, brothers and sisters. We're going to start with the car for 10 minutes, and have some questions for you. And I said away from the uncle so he wouldn't take it personal. And then I said, My first question.

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Who amongst you know, the favorite dish of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam when it comes to food.

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Everybody was like

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I said, Come on. Didn't you love the Prophet? How many of you love the prophet and everybody went, I said, I said, No, no two hands. I said Shame on you. You love him that much and you don't know his favorite food. You don't follow his suit. Now when it comes to his food. I stuck for a law brothers sisters because they were predominantly indo Pak I said, Stop the beta of briyani

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that was not the favorite food of the prophets of Salaam. You are not following his Sunnah when it comes to his food.

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You're in trouble

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and the unclose line

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and it didn't look there.

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I said okay, okay, let's leave this one

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who knows how the Absalom was dressed back in the days?

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Was he dressed in 1000

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and, and recall that that Saudi culture now

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and everyone was like, Yeah,

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I said is the proposal I'm sorry.

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Come on.

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There was no thought by the time of the professor seller.

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And they're like, What do you mean? I said, you have to go back and study in it to learn that.

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Brothers and sisters How did you build your house? I start from love from bricks and wood. Learn how Allah Potala blah you're not following the Sunnah of the processor lamb his house was made of mud go home quickly destroy your house and build it of Mount Marin Sala. And with the first train that Marshall Allah has blessed us in in London, UK, inshallah, your house will be destroyed. So you have to rebuild it every day, inshallah.

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So I talked about food, clothing, house, right.

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And then I said, I'm going to share with you something, the favorite dish of the professor lamos.

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Does anybody know what sir He is? Not a single person amongst the 390 students. You know, sitting in, in the class in front of me knew what a three means. That was the favorite food of the professor.

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I said Shame on you. You don't eat like the professor.

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You don't eat his favorite food. What's the message I want to send here?

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Brothers and Sisters when it comes to clothing, there is hijab, not only for women, it's hijab. For men, too. The only difference is, what's the size of the hour? For the woman, she should cover everything in one opinion, including the face and the hands. Another opinion says everything except the face and the hands and the hands are up to here. Sisters, they're not up to here. They're not up to here. No, they're up to here. These are the hands.

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So you can be wearing something that will show beyond here.

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And the face is up to here. So up to here or so up to here

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in some directions, you know, stuck for law that

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they're not authentic generations. They are wrong practices.

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So if the woman is not supposed to be wearing tight clothes, men are not supposed to.

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If women are not supposed to be wearing, see throw clothes

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Or transparent? Well, this men are not supposed to.

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The only difference is that the hour of the man is from here

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to here

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from the belly button to the knees. But have you ever seen a man walking the street with something from here? To hear? It's an appropriate, but this is the hour.

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And this is why the hour should be covered in Salah. And how many times did I say this in Salah. Until today some people come with very short t shirts. And when they go to court what happens? their backs are exposed. And I'm telling you your Salah is invalid as part of your hour shows up, your Salah is invalid.

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So if the prophets of Salaam was sent to Canada, do you think he's gonna be dressed like Canadians?

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Or like Arabia?

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You should I'm saying Do you know that? Abu Jamal and Abu lahab was dressed like the professor salon. And they had bushy beards, by the way too.

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But the personal anecdote of something he said, when it comes to your moustache, trim your mustache or shave your mustache, so you look different. And he told us something about our clothing, the way we should be dressed.

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So as long as you cover your hour, and you abide by the hijab, there's nothing wrong.

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Then at the end, everybody's like no. So you can put your tie on again, inshallah as much as I can, as I put my tie on, and everybody was happy, including the ankle hamdulillah because he had an idea is like, you know, some people say, you know, when you when you wear a tie, you look like like, it looks like across, I say Brother, you yourself look like a cross.

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If you look at yourself, you're like your head and your body reformers. And if you go like this, you're gonna be your life will be held. Because everything around you can interpret like, you know, look at this agenda, we have to change it.

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Exactly. Look at this. Is this across? It's not

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easy what I'm saying.

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So we have to draw the line between culture and religion.

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Let's go back. So we're talking about Albion so what are the three important elements of good communication?

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speech, content, speaker

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and delivery style when it comes to the Koran

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whose speech is the Quran is the speech of

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Allah subhanaw taala. Right. Who is the speaker in the Quran?

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Hello. There's something that many people don't know even out of Islam, you need to stretch this this is very important. They think that the Quran is the Prophet Mohammed Salim is teaching us what to do, you know, Allah talks to in the Quran in the first person.

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And sometimes you would use the Royal We are the singular eyes. Is that clear? So when Allah subhanaw taala talks to musala Solomon Soraka when he says, in any law,

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he said, Indeed,

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I lost on the first person I am Allah

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La Ilaha Illa Anna there is no god except I except me.

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For moodini worship me. Welcome is Allah tala, d3 and stablish the regular prayers for the remembrance of me He didn't say us. So a lot talks about himself as Allah in the Quran, it will always be the singular, but what Allah subhanaw taala talks about his actions that are perfect and miraculous, he's gonna use the Royal we now have the plural wheel.

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And this is very important to understand.

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So the speech is the words of Allah, the speaker is a lot. The delivery style is by Allah, so you have the best way of communication. So Allah taught us the communication and if you want to get

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your communication skills, learn the Quran.

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Learn the Quran as a gift from Allah subhanaw taala.

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And this is why, you know, this is like very funny, I was teaching back home and in one of the other countries, and I was approached by this question,

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suing him he was like, you know, talks over there? Is it helpful to learn English?

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I'm like, Can you repeat the question again, please? Is it? Is it hard to learn English? And I'm like, this is a very weird question. Why? Why would it be hard? Is it because it's the language of the kafar?

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I'm like, have you ever heard something like this?

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It shouldn't we shouldn't learn English because it's the language of the disbelievers. I said, Well, I

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have so many friends who live in Canada.

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And their first language is English, but they're not.

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You know, there was like this over a million of them in Canada. And there's over 20 million of them in the United States.

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And their first language is English. And there are so many people who come to Islam, and their first language is English.

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And this is why I said, Now understand the other question, because somebody came to me and he said, You know, this brother with a long beard was cheating in the exam of English. He said, because it's halaal because this is the language of george bush.

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So he came, he's like, you know, so is cheating in the English exam.

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I said, hold on for a second. Can you repeat the question, but stop at every single word? He said, Yes. As I say, keep going. cheating. I say keep going. halon. I said, Stop there is cheating Hillel. He said no. So don't specify what comes after.

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Is that clear? So if cheating, is haram, then it's Haram. Stop there. Don't tell me where we're at where you're going to be cheating.

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Okay, this is why when people come to me in counseling, whether it is like parenting problem, or marital problem, you know why? It's because of communication. Allah said, I lemme hold my hand.

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I know some, some couples will lay the first thing they say when they come into my office. She

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had it not been for the children, I wouldn't be living with him anymore.

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And then when the husband comes in, he said, like, why shade?

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I'm living with her only because of the children.

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Why they have been living under the same roof. But they haven't been talking to each other for five years. They're just living because they have children.

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Just like Salaam Alaikum. Aleikum, Monica. Mr. Rahman. Is the Breanna ready?

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This is the language they speak, but there is no communication. This is why the love between them is gone. And after that, the respect and after that the mercy. So what type of life is that? Why? If we learn communication, while law, it makes a difference in our life.

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Even maintaining that balance between your wife and your mother.

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Because it's coming in the next day, I'll miss and this is very important.

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They say the word that comes out of your mouth.

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You don't own it anymore. It owns you.

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And as we say in English, what's done cannot be undone. Once you say something, he can take it back.

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This is why you have to be very, very considerate when you speak.

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Because what comes out of your mouth can ruin your life can ruin relationships.

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Especially we as men. If you have issues with temper, you say things. And then you come back after like maybe one hour and say, Hey, Salaam Alaikum. How are you? And everyone's like,

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so what's wrong? You don't remember what you said? What did I say?

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I'm an angel. I never say anything bad. Yeah, I have you recorded here.

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You're yelling and swearing and saying bad things. You even sort of the end. I hate your mother. Why do you bring my mother in

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every conversation

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is what I'm saying. And this is why they say in Arabic, German,

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Alyssa and I said the manger, Hassan and

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when you hurt somebody by a word, the scar that's left on the heart because of that word is worse than a cut by a knife. Because when you cut someone what happens after some time it heals.

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But the word will always be remembered. And every time it comes, will bring emotions. So be considerate that's all by hand.

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You know, what do you think about something thing before you speak? If it's something good, go ahead and say it. If not, don't say it.

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And if you use your tongue to hurt someone, it's not wrong to go back and say I'm sorry.

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It's not wrong because some people are arrogant. They're too arrogant to go and, and ask for forgiveness, to apologize.

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you know, it's that Allah Subhana Allah has created so many things around you, the stars, the moon's sun,

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animals, the SeaWorld, the birds, the insects, and other words that we even don't know. But who is distinguished by by an amongst all of his creation? Give me one word,

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a lemma hold by an SL Insan. So it's a gift from a ramen? Should we use it or abuse it?

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So again, make sure that anything that comes out of your mouth will be recorded here, not here.

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let's move to the next day. a sham swirl. kamar oberhaus band was the son of karma, the moon, the husband, they follow meticulous calculations.

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Allah subhana wa Taala in Surah Yaseen talks about the sun and the moon he said, cool lone fi Falcon, yes, bye mahone that they go into an orbit decided by Allah subhana wa Taala. And they never, they never miss their orbit. Because as I told you earlier, spiral if the sun were to come closer and live, that orbit will come closer to Earth, you know, what's gonna happen, you know, life will be burnt on earth. And if the sun wants to leave its position and go up.

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What's going to happen? Life will freeze on Earth, but who's holding them a sham soil tomorrow has been so something very nice

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is that we use the sun

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to measure the time.

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You know, back in the days, there were no clocks, right? So they always would decide the time during the day by what? By the shade. Right? So the sun for us as Muslims is something very relevant.

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Because I would say it like this, the sun for the Muslims is the clock. And the moon is the calendar. When did we fast? When did we start fasting by citing the moon so how would we set our calendar by the moon? So is the sun and the moon important to us?

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And also Subhanallah I'm not going to talk about the sun and its rays and like you know how beneficial The sun is. But Allah subhanaw taala suddenly moved from talking about a ramen, a lemon or an Hala how insane a lemon will be. And suddenly he moves from talking about insane and the Koran to talk about the universe. What does that mean? Why that transition? Why that shift, as if I was talking about two things, there is an the book in your hands. But there is also another

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vast book, which is the universe around you.

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So the Quran is the words of Allah subhana wa Taala and everything around you in the globe is the creation of Allah subhanaw taala so you need to look at them and see the signs and the miraculous nature of the creation of Allah subhanaw taala and reflect and thank our Rahman for giving you the sun and the moon

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and the sun and the moon.

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are very disciplined, very disciplined, because Allah gave them instructions. But you and I, as human beings, we should learn something from the sun and the moon. Right? Are we disciplined?

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Through the sun, we know the times of prayer, right? We should come to the masjid and pray on time. So the soul is disciplined. Are you disciplined?

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Do we plan our day and organize our our like calendar during the day?

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around a law? Or the other way around?

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Who is your first priority in this life? Is it a man? Or is it work? Or is it your children?

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Most of the time, when we start deviating, we leave our priority. And we get busy with something that was created for us. And we'll forget the purpose for which we are created.

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Is that clear? So are the children created for us? Or are we created for them?

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the money is it a means or is the goal in itself.

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It's a means, right? The House people say we have to own a house one law, he will own nothing. I know the title will be written under your name. But tell me who drove his house to the grave? Tell me.

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If you want to own something, have the money for it first. And that money is a thrust Anyway, you will pay it somewhere in a car and a house. But when you go to the grave, you know how we go we go like this.

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I remember attended, you know, the last moments in the life of my grandmother. And I saw, I saw hands usually I will go and visit. And she'll usually give me money or give me candy or something. So when I go to see her I was very little, my main focus will be her hands. But she's gonna give me the candy with her hand, or the money. So once I go, I shake her hands. And I sit there waiting for her hand to go into her pocket, come up with a candy or money. So that day, she was lying on bed. And my dad, may Allah have mercy on his soul, and her soul was standing next to her crying. And other people are crying as a kid. I didn't understand. Like, I kept saying, why are you guys crying?

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And I kept like, you know, robbing her hand and say, how are you? In fact, my intention was something else. Right? As if I'm saying where's my candy? Where's some money?

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And Subhanallah that was almost the last minute in her life. And I saw her hand going like this.

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until it was like that.

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Do you see what does that mean?

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I'm leaving with nothing. And Subhan Allah the opposite scenario. When I attended the delivery of my child.

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When she came out, they gave her to me right away. Like, you know, those piece of meat. That's disgusting. I mean,

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they call them angels. They look like dinosaurs, man.

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And then people come and visit is that you know, what a cute baby. I say cute. I couldn't even recognize my baby from the other babies in the hospital.

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Well, I wouldn't my wife sent me to bring the baby. I just went there, they all look the same. So I picked one. And I gave it to her.

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And she's like, this is not this is not my girl. I was like, well, he did have the same they all look the same.

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And like, I took her back and I went there I looked at them. You can hardly like No need to say just a piece of meat.

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Right? They look very weird, right?

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And somehow look at you now how you look. Or life you see yourself when you're a baby. I'm sure that you saw your brother or sister when they were one year old.

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Put 100 of them next to each other. Ideally, if you don't like put a label or something you can never see who's who.

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Second time I went and I took a girl. She looks different. She was from the Philippines. I was like, Oh, this one is different. I took her I give this like, this is not my baby. I say You know what? Go and get your baby. I can tell. She said look at the label.

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It's like oh my god, I forgot that. So I went there. I said oh, I saw the names like okay, here's the right one.

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This is suppiler This is this is how we look when we're young.

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I look at us when we grow

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and we have some degree or some money or something. We walk

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On earth

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as if workings of all kings

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you don't even look at people and this is why the law needs to say Allah matakauri. Adam

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under elaborate at

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fabby Daya to

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Nosferatu Nadia

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Wando Ilana hieratic Fanny hyah to dzifa to Tada. Wind turbine, a hand Wada? chochmah binah jambay kelabra?

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Would you like a translation for this one?

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That's a tough one. I'll ask a smile to translate this one.

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Oprah she

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helped me.

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Okay, he said, Why do you think too highly of yourself? son of Adam? What do you feel arrogant?

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Look at your beginning, your beginning with a piece of blood. That's disgusting. stomach. This is your beginning in the womb of your mother. Well, if you see it, you'll feel disgusted.

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Wonder even higher. Take a look at your end when you die. Even though every day everybody was expecting you to come back home with your smiling face. But when your body is sitting there, they say take him to the opera scene. So we can prey on him and just take him to the grave. We can stand the smell anymore. dzifa to

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a body that smells when turbina had our back and your life between a piece of blood That's disgusting. And a bottle that smells you have nothing but a mobile sewage system. Look at yourself. When you have diarrhea or constipation. Look at yourself. Why do you feel arrogant?

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Humble yourself.

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When a man came to visit the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam.

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He said to him,

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I mean, the way he entered into the presence of a sudden, he was so scared.

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So Professor himself, how would I take it easy. And Nima Anna Rajan, Kenneth Omo, Khadija maka, I'm just a human being whose mother used to eat dry meat in Mecca.

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And the pop salon was given the choice to be a king and a prophet, or you choose to be asked or assumed to be a slave, and to be a messenger. Why? He said, I prefer to walk like a slave, eat like a slave just like a slave.

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Because this is our life, it's pretty short.

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So going back,

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the sun and the moon are very disciplined. They go into a certain orbit, they appear at a certain time.

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Are we disciplined? So last thing we can learn from the Quran a lot. But you can also learn from the universe around you. You need the sun in it the moon.

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The sun is your clock, the moon is your calendar, right? The sun and the moon, they follow the instructions of Allah, they go into an orbit Allah subhanaw taala also told you how to live your life the way he likes

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to live it the way you live.

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There's also another meaning of the word span. What's the meaning of the word span is another meaning. We said his band comes from a sap calculation. But who can tell me whoever tells me I'm going to give him five candy after if Dharamsala

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or one big chocolate.

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That's exactly the meaning we said now, precise calculations. But there's another meaning.

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Shall we make it easy for you? It's in the Quran. In surah, number 18.

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I'm not gonna go more than that. So can you recite that every Friday?

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even make it easier, but I'm not going to give you the iron. Okay. It's in the dialogue between the man who has

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to gardens and the other poor man. I can be more expressive than that.

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Now the exact same word is used there. But what does it mean?

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No, it's not. It's not the husband and it's not like somebody has been his host banner.

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You know, when the two people were arguing the man with the two gardens, who was very arrogant, it's like you know, I never think that these gardens will go to waste it always be there and insha Allah He was a disbeliever. I said, even if there is a day of judgment, I will be in the same situation. I'm going to be better than you right?

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What did the man say to him? He said, fossa of the

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her spine Amina sola. Spend means destruction, as if I was saying the sun and the moon

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will never be there forever. It'll be destroyed.

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What's the sort of behind before sort of nine

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to one shotgun,

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comma, right? The hour has become very close. Do you know the apostle Salim said, the fact that I am sent to the mission, that's one of the signs of the Day of Judgment.

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So the mission of the bookseller is one of the size of the Day of Judgment. And that was more than 14 centuries ago. So let's say even the sun and the moon, they follow that meticulous calculation, precise calculation, but they will be destroyed. So they will die. What about you and I, fast forward? I number 27?

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What does that mean? Everything. Everything in this world will come to an end, including you l inside, and the sun and the moon. And everything else is like, Cool luminol a fan.

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That's one of the

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as a philosopher that are saying, Man, so to the Koran.

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And if the mission of the Muslim is a sign of the Day of Judgment, and if you can see the sun and the moon and the people back in the days, they never thought that the sun and the moon or the earth or the heavens, nothing will happen to that.

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Right? Allah saying no.

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Take advantage of your life and learn the Quran. Because the day of judgment is coming soon.

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And this is your book of guidance. So learn something before it's too late.

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Then our last

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what's unnatural.

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Right? Sharjah,

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the plural of shadow shadow means tree so trees. So as a philosopher was saying,

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When natural means the star and the trees makes route to Allah. But do we see that?

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Do you see that?

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Do you see this issue?

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Allison photolysis. In the Koran we're in ministry in in LA you submit Oba Hamdi Wallach, a lot of Coronavirus, we have everything in this world. They always due to spear and ham to Allah subhanaw taala even though you and I do not understand that language, and the way they do that.

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So everything around you do to speak up Allah Allah didn't Allah subhanaw taala say that he sent the mountains with slay man you submitted right? This is just me.

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Allah subhanaw taala talks about an original one one extra meaning of the word and nourishment the Arabic language.

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It doesn't mean just start.

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I don't know if you guys have ever heard this before or not

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a najem means a jar allottee Leyzaola

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meaning there are certain trees that you can see when you go outside now, the tree has roots and then it has a stock and it has branches right. So what happens is this, the

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we we put the seed it grows into a tree, right? Then it has roots and then through the routes it gets the water and then nutrients goes through the stock and then it goes to the branches and then we have the fruits after that. Right so

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There are trees that don't have stocks.

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For example, you know, watermelon,

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you know, cucumber,

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okay? They don't have stocks. If you go and watch them, they just grow on the ground. So as if they are in a state of

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because they're touching the ground, shall I use the verb? Yes Do that and what's the meaning of yes to that the elephant noon is for the G word because I was talking about two things. But then the word natural here could mean trees with no stocks. And a shutter means trees with stocks, both of them, they make sudo to Allah subhanaw taala. As if Allah is saying is, you know, sujood is the embodiment of total submission to Allah subhanho wa Taala. When you are in a state of servitude, what do you do? You go back to nature. And you go back to where do we come from? Where do we come from as human beings, we come from dust, and allow it all was mentioned this in the Quran, and the

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highest coming, okay. And then from that dust when you put the seed underneath the soil, it grows into different trees. Right? So what are you doing? Do you put your forehead and you put your nose on dust?

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Right? When everybody else put crown on their head, and they have pride in that you as a Muslim? What do you take pride in, you take pride in the fact that you put your forehead and your nose on dust as if you're reminding yourself I came from dust. I'll go back to dust. So I'm humbling myself. So let's say everything in this universe also they humble themselves, and they do do the sudo to Allah. So if you want to understand the Koran and if you if you believe in a man, you have also to shoot if everything around you is making good, you should also make sure shoot and then Allah subhanaw taala after that, he said was

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the last part that I said and the heavens after that Allah subhanaw taala raised it and he said the scale now a sama means the sky.

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Rafa who raised the sky.

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Allah subhanaw taala so let me ask you a question this ceiling here. This measure was built in 1972 How old is it now?

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Do the math

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stuff for somebody said 36

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okay 46 years Mashallah.

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Do you think we should always make maintenance if we want this ceiling to be good?

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If we have the blessing poles no and Mashallah, we have lots of it. What happens is the roof after some time, it cracks. Right? Can I ask you a question? If you step out of the machine and look at the sky outside?

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This this ceiling is 46 years old. How old is the sky outside?

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Have you ever thought about this?

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How old?

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Billions of years right? Have you ever seen a crack?

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Who's maintaining them?

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One more thing. Can we hold this ceiling without pillars? everywhere? Can we

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Allah subhanaw taala says Rafa sama, Abdullah Ahmed in Tarragona. Allah raised the sky.

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Without pillars, as you can see.

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Isn't this amazing? You go to a building and you see a huge building, you say, Wow, what a great architect that made the building to make that ceiling Mashallah for 200 years.

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Look at the pyramids, one of the seven wonders of the world. How old 7000 years go there now? is still the same. No.

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So last part, I said SMR This is again, another big sign. It's very, very old. And you know, uncertain. molk Allah subhanaw taala challenges us. He says go and look. And then he said, 4g and basara karate go and look

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Again and again twice. What's gonna happen? Young colleague la Cal Massaro, Halcyon Whoa, whoa, ha See, your eyes will come back with two meanings. Harsh means humiliated. Don't try to find a defect or a deficiency in the creation of Allah.

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And hassle comes from Hassan. Hassan means that feeling of inability to change anything, because he can do nothing to change the creation of Allah.

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So, Allah saying with sama arafa, so you need to stop and reflect,

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again, on the universe around you. And the fact that Allah, Allah says, Allah wa Elisa and the word meezan. You know, whenever you go to a court, what do you see behind the judge?

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Right, the scale, it's a symbol of what?

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Justice right? So what is Allah subhanaw taala telling us, Allah, Allah says, Allah set

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the standards for justice do not transgress

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the limits, and the boundaries of justice. For example, you as a human being you as insan, you have many hats, you wear many hats in this life, right? You are a son.

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And you are an employee. And you are a father could be, and it could be a hospital. Sisters, also, it could be just a daughter or

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a woman or a mother, or a coworker. Right.

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And your neighbor,

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and you are

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a slave of God. Are these different hats? Yes. So what do we do?

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You're supposed to maintain balance. Because what's, what's the scale? The scale maintains a balance. Okay? So do your children have a do right? When you?

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Do your spouse have a right on you? Does your body have a right upon you?

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Does your mother have a right to punish you? Does your father operate upon you? Does your neighbor have right upon you? does Allah have a right upon you maintain the balance? That's what sama arafa

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Amazon so you need to maintain a balance in your life. Because as I told you before, Abdullah Abdullah Allah

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subhanaw taala What happened to him? He

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was a very devout worshiper. And when the puffs Salaam asked his wife said, how's Abdullah?

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You know, women at the time, they were very, very innocent and decent. She wouldn't say.

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I don't want to talk about it.

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What do you mean?

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I don't want to say bad things.

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Now, go ahead. Oh, you know, he never spends time with me. He's always outside. You know, even when he comes back home, he's busy praying. And you know, and he's on Twitter and Facebook, you know? And he's like, you know, answering his email.

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Isn't this the case today?

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She said the same thing, but in a very nice way. She said, Yeah, Rasul Allah. Hi, Rohit. He's a very devout worshiper. What did she say in that statement?

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You know, his full dedication and devotion is for a better

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but he doesn't give me my right. So the professor Selim called him, he said Abdullah,

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because she told him, he fasts during the day. He establishes the right pairing during the night. And of course, he goes to work after that. So when he comes back home during the day is fasting. It doesn't have time for me during the night is praying. doesn't have time for me. Suppose Adam said, Yeah, Abdullah, indelible manikarnika haha.

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Your buddy has the right upon you. That's balanced. So get some rest. We're in Arizona. I like

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your wife, your spouse has the right on you. You have children. They have a dual writing Do you have a neighbor? They have a new writer, do you have parents, every writer new

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and establishing a connection with God? You can do that too. You know Allah has a right on you. So he said for article ad hoc

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Then. So give each one their due, right? Is it difficult?

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Brothers, sisters? Is it difficult? Yes. To maintain that balance, it is difficult.

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Is it very difficult to maintain a balance between your wife and your mother?

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This is the root of every evil in every house is that the man will be siding with one at the expense of the other. Right? He's very weak when it comes to his mom. So he comes to his wife say, Listen, this is the way it is. Okay? I will listen to my mom. Regardless, you have to listen to my mom too. And by the way, I hate your mother.

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So the question is,

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is this the proper way to do it? No.

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You should go to your mom.

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And say, Mom, you're my mother. No one comes before you.

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I love you so much.

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And don't compare yourself to my wife. You're something else? You're my mom.

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And then you switch and go to your wife? What do you say that?

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Hey, you're my wife.

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Nobody comes before you.

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Is this lying?

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Yes, but it's permissible.

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The promiseland told us lying is permissible in the emotional talk between your wife. And your mom and your wife are both emotional. Give them that. Make each one of them feel that they are the most important ones in your life?

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Would you lose something? No.

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But then you add something to your wife say, she's my mom, by the way. Okay. And if you truly love me, the way I love you, you should love my mom.

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and be patient with her. Because it's natural that the mother will feel that that that young woman came and she stole herself from her after she was raising him for 2025 years, all of a sudden, the attention is given to her more than her. So just let it go. If she if she makes a negative comment, let it go. She'll always make a comment on the way you could you the way you could let it go that way are dressed. There you go.

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And there are certain sisters who are wives, and they are wise enough. And they live a happy life. If they can win the heart of their mother's mother in law, we just let it go.

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But who has the main job to maintain that meezan that balance is the man

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it'll be responsible in front of Allah subhanaw taala.

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You have to maintain balance when you deal with your children.

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As I said last time, if you have more than one child,

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could you love one more than the others?

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Yes, you could.

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And in fact you do.

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Even if you lie to me, you do. It's something beyond your control. How many of you have more than one child?

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Do you love one more than the other? Don't raise your hand because some of your kids are here.

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This gonna be in trouble. But I'll speak on your behalf. I'll speak on your behalf. Okay.

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you might love one of them more. But as long as it's in your heart.

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That's nothing wrong because you have no control over your heart. But when it comes to speech, or action, you're responsible in front of Allah. Meaning if your heart

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as a reaction to the kindness and empathy you get more from one of them is right there. You are not to blame.

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Because the best man ever said this before he died. He said Allah Maha kusmi faema amblyopia Allah. I have been fair amongst all of my wives falletto kidney female I'm looking at him look. So Allah do not hold me accountable for something that you have control over but I don't have control over Why? Because he loved it more than the other wives. But he used to be fair amongst all of them.

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He spent a night here and spent a night here.

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For example, you come back after traveling

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You should bring gifts with your kids should bring gifts to all of them. And if they are close in age should almost give them identical gifts. But then when they grow up, there'll be different maybe one of them at the university. Other one in high school, the other one in junior high.

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And sometimes you have a baby shower, not gonna bring for gifts, you know, the same age. But then make sure that you don't buy a gift for $500 for the youngest one, and then buy something from the dollar store for the other ones.

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Now, again, maintain the balance and be fair, because voila, hey, you could create animosity between the children, by the way you deal with them, they will start

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developing the grudge towards each other because they're gonna say, Yeah, you're the you're the favorite. Look at the way he hugged you last time. He hugged me for one second. But he hugged you for 10 seconds. Be careful. kids watching.

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Look at the way he said, I miss you for me. But when he said to us, like no, I assume they feel that they can see it. Be careful.

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So Allah said was sama arafa what it means and so what's the meaning of mizon? balance? Justice furnace, a lot of beated the same word three times within the free I

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inabilities to see roomies.

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How many times Allah set the standard three times, right? And then he said

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Allah Pato filmyzilla can be balanced. Okay? Don't let one thing in your life take precedence over others. Allah should come first. Everything else becomes secondary. And you have to be fair amongst them. Okay.

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Allah said

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what a Ki Moon was Neville 51 act of * Zan Subhana Allah. Again, literally speaking, if you see this is like, you know, if you have a scale, and you're selling something, you know, you have to maintain the balance you put the weight here like you know, kilograms or something, whatever merchandise you produce should be the same. So it will be balanced. So when you give, give each one in a balanced way.

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Okay, do not favor someone over the others, you know, back in the chair, Hillier, they used to prefer boys to girls, and we still have some something of this jelly attached to them. So sometimes the way we treat our sons is different from the way we treat our our daughters.

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And, and the kids come to me and talk to me all the time. You know, my brother is allowed to go out all the time to do whatever he likes, he can come late. But one time I came back from the university and I was late, you know, they should have an Earth at home. Why?

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So you should explain to them. Just explain to them. You know, I have to ask permission for everything but my brother doesn't have to ask for permission.

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Be careful. The kids watch what you do.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala said,

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well out of the water

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and the earth.

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Alice petal established it for all of mankind. Allah didn't say well out of the water, Ah ha, Lil muslimeen. Allah could have said that right? And the earth Allah has established for Muslims or for believers, what did he say? He said,

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for all of mankind, believers and non believers, right? So

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do not judge people.

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All your job is just invite people.

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I was downstairs now trying to answer questions for people who are visiting the masjid.

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And there is someone she's not wearing the hijab.

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And she approaches me while I was talking to other people, and I could almost see tears in her eyes because of the Quran.

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And I was like wondering, somebody is walking. Again, the way she looks is. She doesn't look like a Muslim. So what do we do right away. We judge her as being a Muslim.

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And then after I finish

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With the couple, she came and she said, I took Shahada last week.

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And the first thing I will do, I will do Step five, because you and I jumped to conclusion right away, right? And what we do, we always right away, look down upon someone who's not like me, because I'm in a better position. You never know. Tomorrow Allah could guide that person. And he'll be better than 1000s of me and you.

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So never ever judge people alone such

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all your job is to invite people

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introduced, introduce Islam and a lot of them and will lie, it's not you. It's not your words. It's not your speech. It's not your presentation that will bring people it's a law, holding that their hearts.

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You're just the means.

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So this is very important to understand

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I shared that story in one of my photos, but it's relevant here. I'm going to share it again.

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Ibrahim alayhis salam was a very generous and hospitable person.

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And if he doesn't have guests, he will fast. He enjoys fasting.

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But once he has guests, he'll break his fast and he will, you know, offer them food. So he had been fasting for three days until someone came as a guest.

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he invited him to food. And when they started sitting there to eat,

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Ibraheem alehissalaam said Bismillah.

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And then the man said, Who's Allah? What do you mean by In the name of Allah? He said the one who created me and you

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said, I have no idea about that.

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So what do you what do you worship? Said I worship fire.

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He was Medusa

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is to get out of here. He dismissed him.

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So after that, Allah subhanaw taala blamed Ibrahim he said the Brahim Why did you dismiss him?

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I said, Yeah, Allah, you created him.

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And you have been providing for him. He doesn't worship you. He, he worships one of your creation. he worships fire.

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And Allah said to Ibrahim, how old is he?

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He said the Allah He looks in his 50s.

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He said, A Brahim who has been providing for him for the last 50 years. He said you Allah. Is it for one meal? You're dismissing him?

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So Brahim felt bad. And he ran after him is like, Come back, come back. And the man was so confused is like, you know, you invited me to food. You dismissed me. You're calling me back? What's going on? He said, God blamed me for doing this to you

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that God should be worshipped. I bear witness that there is no god except Him. And you're the Messenger of God. And he took Shahada and he became Muslim. What do we learn from that story? We learn that it's not our job to judge. It's not our job to guide people. Because when we decide in salted Fatiha 17 times, at least in the false Allah.

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I'm going to recite the ayah in a wrong way, and I want you to correct me inshallah.

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Alhamdulillah here of Bill Muslim me. Does it sound weird? Okay, let me try again. Alhamdulillah. meanie.

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No, it doesn't sound right. Right.

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Let's try again. Alhamdulillah bill motivating ourselves that's not working right. Alhamdulillah hear of Bill mazzini.

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Still, it's not working right.

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Alhamdulillah here Oh, believe me.

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This is sound right now.

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And I want you to go to the forum. This is your homework with a medical group inshallah. And find the word drop in the Quran all the time, you will be amazed. Because in Arabic, there's a difference between Rob and Ilana.

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Rob, as I told you before, is the one who created and he provides for his creation, whether they choose to believe in him or not, he'll provide for them. This is the author of the rub.

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But there's a special author for those who accept Him as rump and also submit to Him as God as Elon.

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Is that clear?

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This is why when Abraham Ali Salam was making in sort of Bukhara, so number two, I went to six one

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He starts with did he say? No, he said,

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he said

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he didn't say.

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And this is the author of the rub. He said my master, the one who created me and created everyone, and who provides for me and for everyone Muslims or non Muslims. So he made a mistake here. Why? Because at the end of the day, he's gonna limit the authority of Allah, the provision of Allah, to whom Listen, men

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saying, Oh, my Rob,

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make this piece of land, secure, granted security, and provide for the inhabitants of this land. Then he put a condition he said, Only those who believe in Allah and the day of judgment

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was the wrong.

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Yes, Allah said, woman.

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Allah said, and I will provide for those who choose to disbelief too because arms are up. So the provider provides for everyone. So the word wrap means the one who creates and provides for every creation. And when it comes to man, whether this person will choose to believe and submit to Him or not, he'll provide for them.

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Is that clear? And that's the meaning of while Alibaba, and I'm so lucky to the earth for everyone. You love the judge? Amanda judge, Allah is the judge and he will be the one who will take care of all of us. inshallah, we're gonna stop here in sha Allah. And

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we will continue next week.

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