Allāh’s Love For His Prophet A Tafsīr Of Sūrat Al – Ḍuḥā

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Riyadul Haqq

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Episode Notes

A detailed commentary of Surat Al – Dua containing the following topics:

– What the night and day mean to us and why Allah swears by them?
– The verse of the Quran that gives most hope in the Mercy of Allah.
– How much wealth is sufficient?
– How should one look after orphans?
– How do you know when to speak and when to remain silent?

Episode Transcript

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato

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hamdulillah

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in holiness Dr. horning over here,

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when I was learning you should already have cinnamon. So, you do not mean you have to hit love for Loma Linda or mean you

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want to show the world ilaha illAllah

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Muhammad

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sallallahu alayhi wa

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barakaatuh

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Kathy

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my bad referrals have been lurking in a shape or regime

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in the law a woman who used to be a young Latina

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llama Savannah

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commas later Allah Ibrahim

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Ibrahim

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Ibrahim

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Ibrahim

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specialist

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once again we gather for the monthly the seal the holy

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now reached

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surah number nine three sort of

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having started from the end of the

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last hammer more data says I will be learning the shape one of regimes

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By the mid morning brightness

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will lady either searching

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and the night

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when it settles,

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mouth dark or Boca warmer Tada.

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Your Lord has not forsaken you.

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nor has he taken a dislike to you.

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What a hero to hater look him in an order.

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And most certainly, the afterlife

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is better for you than the formula.

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One a selfie or a leak or a book.

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And soon your LORD shall give you to your content, so that you are content and a Mujica demon?

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Did he not find you an orphan?

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Then he gave you shelter?

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or whichever Gabon and for Heather

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and did he not find you

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in search?

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Then he guided you? Or which of the garage in for others?

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And did he not find you need?

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Then he made you

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then he enriched you? That Amelia team a fanatic.

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So as for the orphan,

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do not repeat,

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not repeat, do not oppress what Mr. Fuller done

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and asked for the better.

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So do not rebuke him.

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Well, I'm the near and dear up because I had this and asked for the blessing of your Lord.

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Speak there off.

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This is a very simple translation of this Torah.

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This is sort of number nine three sort of.

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It's mainly known as sort of Doha and also a sort of to what

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it's the makansutra revealed during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stain Mecca before the hedgehog. It's one of the earliest sources of the holy water and to be revealed.

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This surah and the next sort of a sort of a mission are

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quite connected.

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And both of them

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are unique in certain ways and different from some of the other sort of stuff we've been reading and studying so far.

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In these two servants, the prophets of the law it was one of them is addressed directly by last panel more than

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and the

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subject matter the content of the surah is mainly to do with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, although the message and the morals and the lessons to be learned and gained from these two sorts are much wider and applicable to all people, primarily, the verses speak directly to the prophets of the law, it was one of them and reference specific details

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of his own life.

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Even the backgrounds of the soldier would help us understand the individual nature of these verses and their unique connection with the prophets and the lighting or something.

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It's related

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in a number of narrations

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that's,

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in fact what I'm hiding. Out here they relate to Teddy

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and so delivers

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that once profits in the long run, he or seldom did not

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pray for a number of months.

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So one of the women of the bride

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although she's not named in this duration of Buhari, we learn from other generations who she was. She came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said to him

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that I hope that your shade bomb has forsaken you and abandoned.

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Sorry that I hope that your shavon has left you and in another narration. She said

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it's appears that your shavon has abandoned she was referring to breathe.

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And the woman in question was muslimeen the mother of well Omar Jamil, the wife of Abu lahab he was a bitter enemy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. She was the sister of Abu Sophia.

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And she herself was a bitter enemy of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even though she was a mother in law of two of his daughters.

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But in her emnity she would taunt the messenger salallahu alayhi wa sallam and physically trouble him as we've

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discussed him sort of a bee lab. So on this occasion, she came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam and said that it appears as though your Shea balm has abandoned you. And I'm wondering, I hope that your shavon has abandoned G.

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At the same time.

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The wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam minion, Khadija huddled the alarm on her, seeing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam unsettled nature in those days.

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She said to him, that it's appears as though your companion meaning jabril alayhis salaam has not approached you.

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So the truth was that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had not prayed for a number of months. And in that period, he had not received any revelation nor being visited by gibreel. At his salon, he was disturbed about this. And he was concerned, seeing his unsettled nature, seeing his anxiety on the job, the alarm has said to him, in her own way, in a in a very respectful way, that it seems as though your companion has not visited. But Abu lahab his wife,

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coming to learn of this, said the same thing to him, but in a much more crude and evil manner. She said to him, it seems as though you're shavon, your devil referring to who has abandoned you, apart from moving into the general the alarm, who spoke of this in

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a regretful way, meaning she wasn't disrespectful in any way. She was really regretful that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had not been visited by Jubilee ladies salon recently, and that disturbed him. And after what of all lambs wife said, in a very bits of crude and antagonistic manner,

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apart from what the general the loved one has said and what his wife said, some of them we should, again also made comments in this regard.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had not been visited by Djibouti lay his salon when they came to learn it.

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It was after this, and prophets of Allah, it was them himself was anxious. A lot of Madonna revealed sort of,

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too, to convince them to console him to reassure him.

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And this is one of the key messages in both sort of, sort of data. And the next sort of that follows sort of

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the messages, one of consolation, reassurance,

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one of confidence.

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A lot reminds the prophets of Allah might even send them and not just him, apart from reassuring him and consoling him. The message is wider. The message is even to the pagans to the machete call to his enemies and Makka had the time that

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has a history and will have a future

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in which his protection is guaranteed by law.

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his well being is guaranteed by law.

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And far from a law, disavowing him,

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forsaking him, abandoning him,

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or taking any dislike unto him. Allah will continue to show his love and affection for us all of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his own.

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So this is the

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theme of the Sora. And this is a backdrop to the revelation of the first of the sore that the province of the love of cinema had not prayed for a number of nights not being visited by jabril alayhis salaam. As a result of which he was anxious himself and his enemy what morning, Khadija huddled the alarm on her in her love and concern, made a comment that your

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companion means you believe alayhis salaam has not visited you. And the enemies also made crude comments to the effects that your shade bomb has abandoned you.

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So, in reassurance, last panel data reveal the sorter and said, Well, one lady either such a Mauer dark or book a woman by the mid morning brightness. And by the night, when it settles, I in its darkness, your Lord has not abandoned GE and nor has he taken a dislike and T so the main message at the beginning of the saga is that law has not taken a dislike and T

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Allah has not forsaken you or abandoned you. But to proceeding this message.

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Allah introduces it and practices it with an oath, an oath of the day and night, or the heart will lay the either by the mid morning brightness, and by the night when it settles. And the meaning of when it settles is when the mind settles, that's when it becomes the darkest.

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As we've noted in other sorts, before delivering a very powerful and potent message a lot emphasizes the significance and importance of that declaration, with an oath law swears by many things in his creation.

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And the things which are law swears by are significant in themselves and are worthy of our attention and reflection. Similarly here, Allah says By the mid morning, by the morning brightness

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and the night Why does the last whereby the night and day

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these two are some of his greatest fans.

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And law refers to them many times in the holy quarter.

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In one verse, Allah has the original says Friday spa, which I'll lay the second or shumsa Welcome banner, Valley Cathedral Aziz and

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he is the splitter

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of the morning

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and he has made the night a time of peace and settlement

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and he has made

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The sun the moon.

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Spanner, a precise calculation

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that legalizes and adding this is the calculation of the Almighty all knowing

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the movement of the

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sun and the moon.

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And the passage of the day and night.

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And the phasing of the day into the night and the night into the day, is a beautiful phenomenon.

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And it's something worthy of reflection.

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It lightens up our

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earth,

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and it beautifies the sky.

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And it's something worthy of reflection. Since we've become so accustomed to it, we may not pay much attention to it or give it much thought. But law has invited us to reflect on the phenomena of just day and night and the holy book on many occasions. And he swears by them in this order, he says, well, we'll leave either such as by the morning brightness and but then by the night when it settles in the surah just before this one lady that I wanna hurry that agenda by the man

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when it covers everything in darkness, and by the day, when it becomes brown

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in another surah, again, just a few suits before what shumsa will do. Well, tamari De La

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Jolla, well lately they have shot by the sun,

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and it's morning brightness by the moon when it follows the sun

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by the day

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when it reveals the sun

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and by the night when it covers the sun.

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So again, the same sun and moon day and night.

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In fact, in one verse, it's very beautiful Allah Subhana Allah to Allah says

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in Jalla la while eco Laila ceramidin illa yo mil PM, Manila, La Jolla de comedia

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have another smiling

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at him in Jalan la de como Mahara ceramidin era yo Pia Manila, La Jolla de Combate. in Tuscany una fee of an autopsy. O'Meara de Jalan acumen later when the heart of Solomon jalila come later wanna have it the school fee? What is he what

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Allah says?

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Say,

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if Allah was to make

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the night permanent on you, upon you,

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is there any god besides Allah,

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Who can bring day for you?

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Who can bring lights for you?

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Do not listen.

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Say, if a law was to make the day permanent for you,

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is there any god

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who can bring now

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in which you may rest, Dino see,

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it is his madness

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that he has created for you

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the day

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so that you may rest there in

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so that you may see of His grace in band and in the hope that you may be grateful.

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So Allah commands us in this verse, to be grateful for just date and not

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and to reflect on this fact. They allow us to make de permanent

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Is there any power any god any deity who can bring Knights for us to arrest him or if allow us to make the day pair the Knights permanent? Is there any god any power, who can make who can bring daylight for us to work and live there?

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There are many other verses throughout the

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in fact in one verse, or what are the Jalan later on in the hierarchy for the lemon arada

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rajpura and it is he who has made

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the night and day.

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succeeding one another one comes after the other as I said earlier, the passage and the movement of day into night and

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night into day, a lot of things and it says he who has made the night and the day succeeding of each other

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rather than rajpura for one who wishes to seek admonition, the one who wishes to be admonished, admonished for one who seeks to receive a lesson.

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And for one who seeks gratitude for last.

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So, there are many similar verses throughout the fight with this, the night and day

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are

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phenomena of the creation of Allah,

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on which Allah has commanded us to reflect, to ponder

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and to take lessons from and here he actually swears by them, what what lady there such as by the morning brightness, when lady lately the soldier and the Knights when it settles, and it's a significant amount, but apart from the obligatory prayers,

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last panel who

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commanded the Prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam to perform optional, non obligatory prayers

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and he was sort of Law School of Law and he was introduced these for his own.

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So, they are non obligatory.

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And two of these prayers aren't so that

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the prayer at night in the middle of the night

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in the hours of darkness, and the other solar is sought out

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which is in the morning. So, apart from after federal solar after sunrise, that's when baja begins data

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Strictly speaking, is the time after the sun has risen at some level all the way till noon. So, the whole morning all of that period is known as

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the earlier parts.

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Normally people enforce the law and I explained this in the commentary of some time ago that strictly speaking what we some of us know a certain era

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is

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actually

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knuffle prayer at the beginning of

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and what we normally refer to as salado

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is the optional or some that prayer let in late morning at the end of

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so both of us are about to be shut up as well as slots are ultimately prayers of the prayers of morning.

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So we'll have a lady there such as by the morning brightness and by the nights when it settles having sworn on these two things. What's the message that law declares here? Mauer darker a book a woman

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law addressing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says to him, your Lord has not forsaken you. And nor has he taken a dislike.

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Far from taking a dislike come to the Prophet Sall Allahu Allah.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala truly loved

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Allah displayed that love and demonstrate in many different ways. But it's remarkable. That even evening laws lift for the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he did not give him paradise on earth.

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And that's why he says here, Mauer dark or bukhoma your Lord has not forsaken you and nause taken a dislike under you. He does love you,

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but still want to hate on Letterman and oola. And certainly, the afterlife is better for you than the earlier life.

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Law reminds a prophet similar love it.

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But love loves you dearly.

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But still,

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the life of the Earth is far better for you than this.

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It's a lot more than I wanted to make this life on Earth.

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peace,

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prosperity, and paradise for anyone. He would have made it for his most beloved messengers in the LA Times.

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And yet, how did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam live even afterwards.

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He lives in such a way

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that wealth came and went.

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At times,

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wealth came into his hands but he quickly spent

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at times there was no wealth.

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But where the wealth came into his possession or not,

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his heart was totally empty of the dog.

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He had no care or concern.

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And this is exactly how he lived one fiddle to Hayden lock him in an order. And most certainly, the afterlife is better for you than the

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pursuit of luck. And he said that was the lamb being the Messenger of Allah, his gaze was on the

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we've covered the assets

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and the unworldliness of the messengers on the law hiding or send them on many occasions.

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In one of these latest Batman film with your Abdullah here, Lee, in his son,

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and also by Mama, Hamblen is Muslim, from the noble companion Abdullah nonmuscle battle de la one.

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Before I relate the Howdy,

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let me explain what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has a view of the world was and his position and place in the dunya.

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He saw himself as a traveler,

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and he advised the believers to see themselves as travelers

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and the traveler.

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As we understand journey,

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at least before

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there was a time when traveling.

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And it still is on many occasions in many ways, but things have changed slightly. Now.

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The journey itself becomes part of the enjoyable experience.

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So it's not just the arrival at the destination, and leads to journey at the destination. But it's also the luxurious journey there and the luxurious journey back.

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But prior to this, but even with this luxury,

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physically a person may not enjoy.

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A person may enjoy the best luxuries.

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But

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still,

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there's a lot missing.

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Those who lead jetsetting lifestyles,

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travel traveling all over the place.

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The hearts and minds are not settled.

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For the always long

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to settle back home.

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A person could be in the most luxurious environments.

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But one sleep is not is not the same ones food is not the same.

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But a person longs to be at home.

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But imagine the journey in those days and the time of the sort of last alarm it was

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trekking through the deserts, lack of food, lack of water, lack of provisions

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that people would put up with all these hardships of the long and arduous journey

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on the understanding that this is all temporary

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and I have a destination I have a goal to reach I have an objective.

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And I may not be able to rest here but I will rest there I may not be able to eat properly hear and drink but I will be able to eat and properly drink there. I may not be able to enjoy myself here, but I will be able to enjoy myself there. So the hope and the thoughts and the knowledge of

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later enjoyments later satisfaction later rest in peace and contentment help a person

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get through this difficult journey.

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Even now when we travel. If we stopped at a bus station or a train station, make no attempt to make the environment luxurious and to settle down permanently.

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A traveler has his gaze on the destination and the sort of loss

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lahardee who seldom had his gaze on the alpha, and he saw himself as a traveler in the dunya. And not only did he see himself as a traveler, but he advised us to see ourselves as wayfarers as travelers, as strangers.

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Going back to the idea of delighting them, so there'll be a lot.

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He says,

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a lot he

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laid down on the maps.

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And the maps

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have left imprints and marks on the side of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So I went,

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and I began wiping his side

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and saying to him, or messenger of Allah, why didn't cheat inform us, so that we may have put some bedding

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underneath you.

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Imagine this was a su la Salaam, it he was selling them. He laid down on a map and a maps being what we call

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a simple straw maps.

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It left its imprint some marks on the side of a sort of law. And so that was saddam Abdullah, the alarm is wiping

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the body of a sort of muscle alarm, it was a limb and saying to him or messenger of Allah, why didn't you tell us so that we could have put some bedding underneath you? prophets the love it also doesn't reply ones. Marley will it dunya Martin dunya a lurker occupant even Steven the Dr. Shara Tamara taraka, he said what connection Do I have with the world?

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I am in the world.

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I'm only in the world.

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Except I'm only in the world as a traveler

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who takes shade beneath a tree.

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Then, he rises, leaves and abandons a tree.

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That is a sort of loss of the lover. It was one of his saw himself as merely a traveler in

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another in another Hadith later by Manoir de la la industry. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Abdullah. Allah. He says Abdullah no matter of the law,

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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seized my shoulders.

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And he said to me, or Abdullah

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confit dunya can MacArthur even

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be in the world, as though you are a stranger or a traveler

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and the meaning of traveler or abital, Sabine, the crosser of a path. Being the world as though you are a stranger, or one who is merely crossing a path.

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One of the students of Abdullah model the alarm

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he says, and it's in the same narration of the women Abdullah hidden or the Allahumma would narrate this hadith he would say

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that I'm safe, forgotten bullet is server way that specter for that and

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that when you arrive at the evening, then don't wait for the morning. And when you arrive in the morning at the morning, don't wait for the evening.

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And in the same studies later by an unfamiliar law here in a salon,

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pursue law some of the law Harley who said himself something further.

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Be in the world as though you are a traveler, as though you are a stranger or a traveler across our path and count yourself from the people of the graves, ie from now consider yourself one of those who is already buried.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam not only saw himself

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as a person who is merely traveling in the world, but he told us how about the law and through them as a consider yourselves, travelers merely that those who are crossing those who are merely crossing a path. And the most beautiful demonstration of this verse was at the end of the profits of the love and ecosystems life.

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And while I told him this many years before in Makkah, what a miracle

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Let them in an order. And the short more certainly the afterlife is better for you than the earlier life. What was the position of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at the time of the revelation of this surah.

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And what was the position of the Muslims?

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According to some accounts, this sort of was the 11th surah to be revealed.

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Very early on in Makkah. At that time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a handful of followers.

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He was taunted he was jeered at, he had to face jobs. He had to constantly hear insults, as happened now. We're a member of his own family because she was one of his relatives with Jamil the wife of Abu lahab was insulting him and verbally abusing him by telling him that your shade bomb has abandoned.

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The Muslims couldn't gather

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for prayer in congregation.

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There were scattered few in number week.

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There was no group, no community, no organization, no system, nothing. A few scattered individuals who shared the same belief and who followed the messengers of the law it was

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a lot holding them well after to hate on luck. I'm in an older and surely the afterlife is better for you than the earlier life than this life. Now let's move ahead a few years.

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Much has happened. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has emigrated from Makkah has managed to he and his followers have managed to escape the persecution of the poor ah.

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Fast forward a good few years.

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After many

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events and many years, the very city that expelled him in the believers has now come under the control of the Muslims, the province the law it was something returned,

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having conquered the city.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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went back in the farewell pilgrimage.

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This was the final major event in his life. Imagine after many years before there were a few scattered individuals. Now.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had vanquished his enemies.

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The city that expelled him and the Muslims and led to his emigration was now at his feet. The tribes of Arabia for paying homage to the whole of Arabia lay its feet, wealth

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poured in from different directions.

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And here

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in the federal pilgrimage, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not looking at or speaking to a few scattered individuals, he was addressing

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so many 1000s of people in the farewell pilgrimage

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after that, when he returns to Medina, and some time later when he falls, ill and a few days before he is about to depart from the dunya the sort of laughs of the law while he sits on the member

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and he delivers a speech

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What does he say? in law he they relate to somebody from See you then I will say either Audrina de la Han and so to others. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and who sent you the 100 of the love and relates to Salalah alayhi wa sallam

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for call

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in the La Jolla had

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been the dunya over NMR in the

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first hour in the LA

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for Boca, boca de la de la one

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for who to Phoenix see my Yuki ha the shave

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equally low.

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Paying the dunya obeying the man in the Dharma in the law

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for kind of a sort of life, some of the lohardagan with some of them.

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Hola

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como sudo su de la la la It was a lab. Welcome aboard.

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In Atlanta,

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all your Ababa law

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in Montana sadly if he saw it, he will not he

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will not touch it and muddy the

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water can overturn Islamic

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law.

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In law says the law

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says the law says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam delivered a sermon. Remember these nice final days?

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And he said,

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Verily Allah gave a choice to a servant between the world and that which is by Allah.

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So the servant chose that which is by Allah.

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So aboubaker Rue de la and began we've

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set the alarm who says, I said to myself,

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my up how the shape what makes us shave, weep, if Allah gave a choice to a servant between the dunya and that which is with Allah, and the servant chose that which is by Allah. And in other narrations of this hadith abubaker of the Allahu anhu said,

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may our fathers and mothers be sacrificed for your sake or messenger of Allah, and then he began weeping. So some of us How about the alarm who said, look at this shave?

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What does he say? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah gave a choice to his to a servant, not his servant, a servant, between the dunya and that which is by Allah, so the servant chose that which is by Allah. So why is he saying, may our fathers and mothers be sacrificed for your sake or messenger of Allah, but they say, as a as a booster either. The alarm says in this video, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was the servants being referred.

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And Abu Bakar of the Allahu

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Allah Han was the one who knew the most of all of us.

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So he began weeping. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, or abubaker, don't we?

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Indeed, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a way of endearing people, and reassuring them and winning their hearts and love. Again, here, a worker of the loved one was weeping. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, oh, boubakeur, Don't weep. Then he announced to the people, verily, the kindness to me, in his soul, and in his wealth of all the people is a while back.

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And if I was to take a best friend of mine,

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I would have surely taken abubaker as my best friend, but rather, the Brotherhood of Islam and the love of Islam.

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Then he added, let no door that opens into the masjid, remain open. All doors should be shut, except the door

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because it's how about the alarm rang had homes adjacent to the machine, and some of the doors would open up into the machine directly. profits on the low end ecosystem said let them all be shut, except the door. He had that privilege. The point of mentioning this hadith is very beautiful Hadith that the CEO of will have heard of the Hayden Lachman and all are surely this afterlife is better for you than the first live for saw the law. And he has said that Muslim lived by that, throughout his life in Makkah, in Medina, through difficulty, even in conquest, in poverty, and even in riches. Until the end, he maintained that vision of the earth, and the afterlife being better for him than

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the earlier life, so much so that when his mission ended, and he could have lived on and enjoyed life, for Allah gave him a choice, do you wish to remain? Or do you wish to return? Do you wish to remain with with the people in the dunya? Or do you seek that which is the law or sort of La Liga? Salatu was salam, renounce this life and chose that which is by Allah.

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For

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Allah And surely the afterlife is better for you than the earlier life. And that's what you taught us. How about the alarm? That's what he taught us.

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There's something about wealth and riches which I will mention in a moment.

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Then last time, who says what a sofa You're a thief or a polka dot

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assuming

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your Lord

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will give you so that you are content.

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And this has mainly to do with the draft of last panel data will give sort of pseudo law, some of the law and even some of them into his content.

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And how about the librarian who said in the entire program, this is the one verse that gives us the most hope. For a suit of law it has stood out or Salam will not be content until

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every person of his

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has been granted salvation.

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And I've raised these before, wherein it's mentioned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam heard verses of the Quran, in which the other prophets of Allah prayed for their

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sort of sort of lost the love it was and then began weeping and explained muddy muddy my mind.

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That was his concern for the

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last crown or dad I promised to give him until he his contempt

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may allow me because amongst those who attain salvation,

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what a sofa you're it, you've got a book of Zelda and your Lord will give you until you are content. And again interestingly,

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if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted just as Allah promised him, Allah will have given him whatever he wanted in this dunya

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Yes, still, Masuda La La his so that was sedan, deferred his riches, and his reward till the hereafter.

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See the normal barber the alarm and it's mentioned about him that his daughter hafsa huddled, the alarm rang her, set to him when he was a meal and what we mean

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that our Father

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we now have riches,

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Byzantine Rome had been defeated. Persia has been had been conquered. So she said to him, oh, Father, we now have riches. If only you would

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wear clothes that are better than the ones you're wearing now. And you would eat food that is softer,

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and the food that you're eating.

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sama rhodiola

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said to her old daughter,

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I will prove your arguments against yourself.

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I will debate with you and prove your arguments against yourself. And then say that the alarm began reminding his daughter have started the alarm on her about her husband,

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and reminding her how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam lived in this day.

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And he related a few things until she began weeping, remembering the Messenger of Allah and the life that he led. Then, the alarm said to his daughter laughs I have told you before

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that I have two companions,

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both of whom plotted the path.

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They tread the path and they reach their destination.

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I wish to tread the same path

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and follow them in their footsteps, so that I may reach the same destination. And those two companions were also laughs and alarm it was on them and Abu Bakar of the law.

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So even though a lot promised him that your Lord will give you until you are content fasudil la la his Salatu was Salam took nothing from this dunya his devotion, his gaze, his focus all remained only on the asked

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what to hate on the come in and all our sofa Europe de cada Baka Fatah. And surely the afterlife is better for you than the earlier life and your Lord will give you to your content. Then Allah reminds him of his past, saying an immediate key a theme and for

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did he not find you an orphan when he gave you shelter?

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This is a message to the pagans as well.

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That you have seen how the Messenger of Allah how the son of Abdullah grew up in Makkah.

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And there's a lesson here

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how he grew up in Makkah and how Allah protected him and sheltered him and created means

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Allah has done that to the man for he is in the care of Allah and Allah will continue to provide that care attention.

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affection and protection to

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enemy aged gay a demon for our. This is reassurance for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the message to the wider world. Did he not find you an orphan and then give you shelter?

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Remember

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pagan Arab society then?

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no law, no government, no authority.

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It was a tribal law of the desert.

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The civil law had a history that was Salam was born into a family.

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What kind of family his father passed away, before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam entered the world while his mother was still carrying.

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He was born an orphan.

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Six years later, his mother passed away.

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This little child of six years of age,

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who witnessed the burial of his own mother.

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He had no father now No mother, no brothers or sisters, no siblings, none. He was alone.

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His grandfather took care of him. In two years he passed away

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at the age of eight, then he went into the care and custody of his uncle, a

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private citizen, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was an orphan

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who had no brother or sister.

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No father or mother, who lost his grandfather at the age of eight. And now he was given over to the care and custody of his unkillable body. How could such a child without parents without siblings, without an immediate family, without even a grandparent? How could such a child survive and thrive in a society like that,

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at that time,

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but luck had for him, a law provided for him, law shelter them and protected him

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in that there was a lesson

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and he grew up to be who he was someone honored and respected even by the poor, ah, they only turned against him when he declared the message of a loss.

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As soon as he proclaimed the message of a law, the people turned against

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but hitherto, till then, he was honored and respected.

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So in this there was a message to the wider public, as well as the reassurance to the prophets of the love and equals, send them a messenger of Allah, Allah has not taken a dislike into you, Allah has not abandoned you or forsaken you. Allah has cared for you and protected you and provided for you from the very beginning. Do not find you an orphan than he gave you shelter

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which is the curveball and further

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and did he not find you in search?

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And then he guided you.

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The meaning of this verse is best

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gained from another verse of the Quran

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in which a lost crown Horta says

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Martin de mal kita bouillon

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Well, I

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mean a white knuckle attack de la serata, must have been a lot addressing the messenger sallallahu Sallam says, Mark, the Makita one man, you did not know what is the book and nor what is.

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Rather we have made it a lance

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with with which we guide whom we wish of ourselves, and verily you do lead and guide to the straight path.

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The meaning of this is undoubtedly the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam before His Prophet said he was unaware of

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as we have it, and as was revealed to him late. He was unaware of the articles of faith and the details of Islam and he man, as were revealed to him late

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and he was in search.

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By all means, someone who is lost and a person was lost.

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It doesn't mean deviance. Someone who's on a path.

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Who doesn't know which way to go.

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That's

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Meaning of doll of last originally in Arabic, and in reference to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was at a point

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where by his nature

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he believed

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in the oneness of Allah and worship the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. As far as his people were concerned, he wants to guide them. He wants to show them the way he wants to show them the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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He was concerned, but he didn't know how

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he didn't know how to lead them from their darkness into the light of Thor, from their worship of the idols, to the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He wanted a way a method he wanted some means

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to guide his people. That's what he was in search for.

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And a lot more data says about that, or which other Gabon for her, did he not find you in search and he guide you? And like I said, the best way to understand that is by the other verse of the Quran, in which Allah says, Martin Pittodrie Makita what an email, you did not know what was the book or what was even

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a lot of essays or what what in

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and did he not find you,

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Paul, dependent will means dependent in need, do not find you in need for others. So he enriched you.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was poor, because even though he came from a noble family, and he went into the care and custody of all barley, barley, though he was a noble, he wasn't very rich.

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And he was a nobleman of the Quraysh. He wasn't the overall leader of the branch, but he was one of the main nobles and one of the chieftains of the Quran, she was the chief of the clan, have been harsh. But by that time during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam them's

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adulthood,

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and before his prophets, and in fact thereafter, boo Hirshman. Although it was prestigious as a clam, it wasn't rich, or mighty, and powerful. In other terms, there were other clans that were far more numerous and far more powerful,

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and far more influential and actually much wealthier than the more harsh but because of his lineage, he still had the honor and prestige. So although the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came from the elite of his people,

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elites meant not wealth, but honor and lineage. So I will call it wasn't rich. This is why he had many children, many dependents and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not wish to be a burden on herbal violet on his uncle, and therefore, even the young tender age in his early teenage years Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam by some accounts as early as the age of 10, or 12. Or so luckily, his Serato salon began working as a shepherd

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earning his own keep maintaining himself and refusing to be a burden on his uncle, who already had many dependents. Sort of luckily his Serato slowly grew up in that

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he lived as a she worked as a shepherd. He then later on became a trader, though he'd never had much capital himself, or sort of learning. So that was the lam managed trade for other people.

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is uncomfortable darling took him on trade missions to Sham

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and the province A lot of it was silom assisted his uncle.

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And it was as a manager of other people's capital and other people's business and trade, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to the notice of meaning Khadija hora de la Juana, who was a wealthy businesswoman herself. She employed the prophets to love riding horses, and observing him closely, and gaining accounts of his honesty, integrity, his character, his mannerisms, his conduct. She was overly impressed, and since she was a widow, and seeking a suitor herself, her husband

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Khadija heard the alarm

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proposed to the Prophet salallahu alaihe

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Was seldom through other means.

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So till his marriage to a woman woman in her the job of the law and her pursuit of law has allowed slam worked hard, even as a shepherd, as a manager for other people's business and trade, though he didn't have much capital himself,

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and he was only when needed for the job de la Mancha, eventually married and eventually married. woman walking in for the job will be a lot more than her at the age of 25. That she invited him home.

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And he lived with her in her house. And she was wealthy, and she spent on him free.

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However,

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this does not contradict what I was saying earlier, this is why I said earlier on I'm going to say something about wealth soon. This is it. Early on, we learn that Allah told the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam well ahead of the hadal Look, I mean, and all our software on the court of law, and surely the afterlife is better for you than the earlier life and your Lord will give you until you are content that we spoke about the assets ism of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has and worldliness In fact, his poverty.

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Here la has the original says, Well what did the Quran

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And He found you dependence and he enrich.

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And earlier at the beginning, I gave the translation He made you independence. So he found you dependent and he rendered you independence.

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Does this contradict the earlier verse here last week's of enriching the Prophet sallallahu wasallam?

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No.

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Because as I said earlier, riches came and went, wealth came and went.

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It's how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam viewed that wealth

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and the connection of that wealth to his hands and to his mind.

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This is what mattered.

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So wealth came to him and maka wealth came to him in Medina, but very soon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would dispose.

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In one Hadith has mentioned that in Medina, after a source Allah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stood up

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immediately after Salah, so he said Salaam and he stood up rapidly, in such a manner, that and he heard to his chamber in such a manner that this concern was or how about the law and that something happened that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam rose after salah and hurriedly dashed to his chamber. Later the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came and explained to them, he said, I remembered that I had a piece of gold in the house. It wasn't his, it was given to him.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I did not wish for night to fall on my house, while says gold remain there and

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gold came, wealth came and went.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would give free

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and in fact, he would give

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less to those he loved and cared for, for he wanted them to be the way he was. He gave to others and deprived his own family. We learned so far the model the Allahu anhu, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to see her.

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He stood at the door.

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And on the doorway, there was a cloth, a curtain covering the door, which are patterns on.

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As soon as he saw it, it reminded him of the world. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam turned around and went back to the alarm and wasn't there for the model. The alarm later told him that my father came, he saw this curtain, sorry, he did. She didn't know at the time. He said, she said, he came, he came to the door, but he turned back, go and find out what it was. He went.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told me of the alarm, and I came to the door of my daughter's house. And I saw this curtain and reminded me of the world. So I turn back on that occasion, he also said, What connection Do I have with

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he went back.

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So he came in related this to father model, the law her and her father modeled the law when I was a father's daughter. She said to him, go back and ask the Messenger of Allah, what should I do? I will do whatever he says. He never the alarm went back. The Prophet said of the law.

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And equals seldom said to him tell Fatima to remove the veil to remove this curtain and send it to such and such family that are in need.

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He gave less to those who he loved.

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In under the heading one of the Sahaba of the salon de Thorn go into detail. One of this habit of the alarm was concerned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never gave wealth in his distribution to one of the Sahaba of the alarm to another companion. So he said to him, this is

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so this was disturbing me. Why didn't the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam give to this particular companion? Is it because he has doubts about

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he gave others but he didn't give him

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so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam this hobby it'll be a lover and said to him or messenger of Allah, you gave others but you didn't give to him.

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What I do know of him

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is that he is a mock Minh.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Oh, one Muslim Saint Muslim.

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And the distinction here is Muslim means submission. And it's related to the exterior of a person mcminn relates to faith and has to do with the interior of a person. So what you know of him is his apparent Islam.

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So this is how you know the alarm Who said I fell silent, but my soul could not rest. So I spoke up again. And I said a messenger of Allah you gave others but you didn't give to him. What I do know of him is that he is a Mothman Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said our Muslim say Muslim.

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He fell silent. Third time you spoke up again said the attitude Allah. You gave others but you didn't give to him. What I do know of him is that he is a Mormon Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said all Muslims, they Muslim.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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he didn't doubt him.

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That this was a reason.

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He said, I give to others I give to people.

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But there are others that I do not give.

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But I leave them

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with the contentment that exists in their hearts.

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With the contentment that Allah has placed in their hearts, the prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam knows them so well trust them so much.

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And wants them to be with him. And alongside him

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in such a way

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that he will deprive them of wealth just as he deprived himself, others we gave those who care who cared more for and loved more. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wouldn't give them because he trusted the contentment of their hearts. So Ralph can come and go, it's the hearts that matters. And this was a case of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when Allah says, Did he not find you, dependent, Allah, for other men, and he made you independent? He enriched you? This was primarily at the time of meaning for the general the Allah and his marriage to him. She spent freely on him. Where did he spend that wealth? He spent it on us. She gave to him he gave to others. in Makkah, he

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would do the same. in Medina, he would do the same. This is why this How about the alarm knew him so well. They knew that he was not a mamak. He was not a king of the world, the sort of law honey, so that was the lamb was a prophet of law. And he lived as a messenger of wealth can come and go.

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It's not wealth in the hands that matters. It's what's in the heart that matters, riches. That's why in Hades later by man party in history and by others, saw the loss of the law legal system says, Lisa Rinna and Kathy,

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what are what are the marina nurse?

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wealth

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is not of excessive goods.

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Excessive possessions.

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Well, I can love him and him enough, but rather wealth is the wealth of the heart. It's the wealth of the soul, meaning to be content.

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A person can have millions, and still be

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always wanting more.

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And that's human nature. In that famous heavy, which we've covered so many times, in sort of the MacArthur and in others. What does the pursuit of Love, love, love and even some of them say love and the shift here on the alarm and relates

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to your love and relate to same hobbies.

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Both companions related to same hobbies

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Sort of loss of love and evil seldom, what did he say?

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He said,

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the servant of Allah says Marley, Marley, my wealth, my wealth,

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but he has no wealth of his own,

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except what he has eaten therefore, spent in and worn out, or sent ahead for himself in the Hereafter, and therefore hoarded a treasure for himself in the

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era of the alarm.

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But beyond that,

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one must look for the holiness. As for anything besides these three things, then he is about to go, Depart and leave this behind for the people.

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It's the heart that matters. And the other Hadees which is again, very famous, I'm delighted, Valle de Allahu Allah said that we heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say

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that if man had a value of gold, he would desire a second. And if he had a second value of gold, he would desire a third.

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Well, lucky that the is one as I've mentioned before, that is one that we should memorize.

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It's one of the most authentic narrations of headings related by many authors.

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If man had a value of gold,

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the price of gold has shot up.

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And we measure golden value it's by apps.

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And if you reflect on these words are the heavy.

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Gold is what really matters. Gold is the highest currency. People trust gold when other currencies fail and take a dive.

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Gold despite the credit crunch, and despite the economic woes of the globe, gold has shot up in value, and it remains the most precious metal

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from time immemorial.

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And gold is measured in ounces.

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Gold is what everybody finds.

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Countries go to war over gold deposits and mines. People are killed of gold deposits.

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Husbands and wives quarrel over gold. The families of the husband and the wife both quarrel have a goal. They can get divorced. But even post divorce, there remain huge quarrels over the gold that was given.

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The same goal was to learn the history out or salon the same goal that we measure in ounces and ounces and find gold dust pursue the law has stood out was an MCs a valley.

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Imagine.

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Think of it we need to think

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maybe we're not that shocked when we said when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam says, If man has a value of God had a value of gold, he would desire a second. Maybe we're not that shot. Because we can't even imagine it.

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We can't even imagine it.

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So think along the lines of not answers, not gold dust. Lots of gold nuggets. Might even one gold bar, not even one tray of gold bars. Not even a palette of trays of gold bars. Not even

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a vault

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of pallets of crates of gold bars.

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Not even part of a mountain, which has a vault or a few vaults.

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Imagine an entire valley between two mountains filled with gold.

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Even if we had that much.

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Sort of Allahu salatu salam says, man would

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what what do you do?

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He'd want a second. And if he was given a second, he'd want a third. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, what should the jofa BNI add them in the door for you to belong.

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Nothing will fill the cavity in mem except the dust of the earth when he dies, and the soil ultimately fills his bottle

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that cavity

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You will only be filled then that desire will only be fulfilled then

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will only be satisfied that

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if a person doesn't change this thing.

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So it's not whether we get wealth in our hands. It's what's in our heart.

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Some of this How about all the love and marriage? So even our family a loved one who was rich, the province the law, it was someone's own son in law was rich. Someone How about the lover who traded and they were rich, but this is it. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says wealth Vienna. And Vienna originally means independence. That's what it really means. independence. So

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richness, or wealth is the wealth of the heart, not the wealth of possessions. So it's not what's in our hands that matters. It's what's in our hearts. A person can be a pauper. And you're always been hankering after wealth always be longing for wealth.

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So his poor of heart, regardless of whether his poor have possession.

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A person can be rich

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and have material possessions, but as long as his heart is pure of that wealth, this is why the plates Batman, ramblings Muslim, so you're gonna allow sort of the law and came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, he promised him wealth. He said, I'll give you wealth. He goes, I'll send you

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and you somewhere and you will be enriched. alone, I will bring wealth to you. So I'm going to go out of your lover and I said to him or messenger of Allah, I did not embrace Islam for wealth. Rather, I embraced Islam for Islam and to be with you.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him

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now in merville, Amal is Silas.

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How great is pure wealth for a pure purse?

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pies. How great is pious wealth for a pious person.

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So if the person is pious, I pious heart and their heart is not attached to that wealth, then that wealth can be good for them, but they will spend it in the pleasure of Allah. And I'll just end with one Hadith which will explain it's beautifully in a hadith related by ma'am Timothy and others Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, the dunya is only for four people.

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I there are four categories of people in the world.

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The first person, four kinds of people in the world. The first person is someone who Allah has blessed with wealth and understanding.

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So he

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fears a lot in that wealth.

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And he fulfills a right of Allah in that wealth.

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He is in the loftiest of grades.

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He's in the best of grades. And the second person is someone who Allah has deprived of wealth but blessed with them standing.

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So he looks at the first

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and stays

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about says of him, that if I had wealth as a love giver has given him wealth, then I would do what he does, I'm paraphrasing the heavy, I would do what he does, ie, he would feel a lot in that wealth and fulfill the rights of that wealth. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, his reward and the reward of the first one are the same.

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The third person is someone who Allah has

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deprived has blessed with wealth but deprived of understanding.

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So he has wealth but he doesn't feel a law in that wealth.

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I use as an incentive, he doesn't fulfill the rights of a lot and that wealth or the rights of the wealth itself. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, he isn't the worst of grades.

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Then the fourth person is someone who Allah has deprived of both wealth and understanding. So he looks at the third person and says, If I had wealth just as he has, I would do what he does. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that punishment is the same.

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And about the third person for sort of lovely salatu salam said he's in the worst of positions. So the first person

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has the right mindset and

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Both in his possession, Prophet sallallahu Sallam says he is the best grade. The second person doesn't have any wealth in his possession, but he's have the right mindset, the right heart, he shares the reward with the first person. The third person

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has the wealth, but not the heart or the mind.

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prophets of Allah and Islam says he's in the worst position, the fourth person doesn't have the wealth, nor the heart and the mind, he shares the punishment, and the condemnation of the third person. And we all need to ask ourselves and see which of these four categories we built. It doesn't matter whether we have wealth in our possession, or

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it's whether the wealth possesses our

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as long as the wealth doesn't possess our hearts, it doesn't possess us. That it doesn't matter whether we possess wealth or not. If we don't, it doesn't matter. We don't care.

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And if we, if we do possess wealth, we still won't care. But at least we use it in the in good ways. And that's what the prophet sallallahu wasallam did. So when Allah says, what was your ultimate love, foundry dependent, and then he enriched you? It doesn't mean that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam led the life of riches, and it doesn't contradicts what you said earlier. In fact, his heart and mind and is focused on gays always remain on the hate on the Hereafter, regardless of where the wealth came or went.

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familiar theme of dukkha

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as for the

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orphan, do not bear down on him Do not oppress

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one Messiah in a flattened home, and asked for the beggar. So do not rebuke him.

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Do not scold him.

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One mob in Arabic have had this and asked for the blessing of your Lord, speak better off. If you concentrate, you'll notice that these three verses are directly connected to the earlier three verses, in which the last panel data speaks of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and even here they are addressed to the Messenger of Allah. So Allah reminds him in the earlier verse, and a Mujica demon for Allah did a lot of find you an orphan and gave you shelter. So here he reminds him or messenger of Allah, as for the orphan did not oppress him. Then the other verse was,

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did alarm find you in need of dependence? And did he not enrich you? So here he says, What must say in a filler and ask for the beggar, do not scold him?

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Let me focus on these two fairs. I've mentioned before that the court often encourages us to see things

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in a certain way.

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And one of those ways is to always place yourself in the other person's position.

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To put yourself in the other person's shoes. Here, it's the same message.

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Either you put yourself in the other person's shoes, and say, imagine if I was in his position, or there may have been a time when you were in that position. And if that if that was the case, you should say, remember how I was then University of Oregon, how about the law, they went, they what what happened in the confusion, they ended up fighting and killing someone, a few people because they, they refuse to accept their salon, they gave salon, in the confusion, they felt that they were merely giving salon to protect themselves. It was a state of battle, state of heightened tension. And this habit of the alarm, some of them refuse to accept the other salon or the other people and

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engage them in battle in which there were casualties. Allah warned them against that. And in that verse, last panel, Donna says, Yeah, you're living in an optimal use of ILA for Debian or whatever to call him an alpha in a coma ceramista mamina that the horn out of the hair to dunya. And then last eight years

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later, garlic have come to me from an alcoholic and I'll be brief. Allah says oh believers when you travel, then do not say to those who give you Salaam that you are not a belief.

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Rather, Allah then reminds and later in the same verse,

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cathartic to move from an alcoholic to be you know, remember you were just like that.

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That's how you were before, then Allah showered his blessing and favor on you and he guided you. Therefore, before you reject someone Salaam,

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investigate, research, ascertain, verify.

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That's just one example. Either you always ask yourself, have I been in this position before myself? Or what if I am in this position in the future?

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How would I want to be treated? How did I want to be treated, then? Well, I should never forget my past, I shouldn't, I should never

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forget that I was in the same position, I want to be treated in a certain way. Now that law has blessed me, I should treat this person in the same way. Or maybe I've never been in that position before. What about in the future?

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A lot of sales have here have an orphan exactly the same.

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A law tells us think, think, if you may not have been in that position.

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Maybe we grew up with parents, with a family as a stable family unit. We never suffered.

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bereavement, we never suffered the loss of a father or mother or both parents. So we may not be able to identify

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with the other person.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala season a verse of the Quran, it's the same thing puts make forcing us to think about being in the other person's shoes, the other person's position, or having our loved ones being in their position. So in this verse, Allah subhanho, wa Taala things

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that let those

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who leave behind children

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who are weak and vulnerable,

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fear for them.

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Let them fear also.

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And let them fear Allah, the meaning of the verses.

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But imagine, if you were to die, and your children were to be orphaned. They are young, poor, weak, vulnerable, they may not even be poor, maybe you leave wealth for them, but they are vulnerable.

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Imagine the fear you would have now that they go into the care and custody of others, who are cruel to them, who do not look after them, who do not care for them, who actually deprive them of their wealth, and their rightful wealth, they robbed them and deprive them of it. Don't you have that fear? Imagine that thought? How would you want your orphan children to be treated? How would you fear that be their mistreatment? Well, whatever you want for them, and whatever you fear for them, fear the same for other people's children.

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And fear a lot in that regard.

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So here last panel data reminds the prophets of Allah hiding or send them or messenger of Allah. Remember, you were an orphan. Therefore, you

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familiar theme of Fela, do not oppress and health.

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And the prophets of the love it was seldom Indeed, he advised us about orphans also, in a lot speaks about orphans throughout.

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In many verses where love speaks of spending, a lot of stays, time and time again, orphans, orphans, orphans, we don't have time, otherwise I'd relate the verses again and again Allah reminds us to spend on orphans off

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says and have you played a ban on it and has it and by others, he said, I am the sponsor of an orphan. I am the carer of an orphan will be like this gentleman. And then he joined his two fingers, the index finger and the middle finger.

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I am the sponsor of an orphan I am the custodian of an orphan will be like this engine.

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In a Hadith, related by my ramblings Muslim, love it who seldom says whoever wipes his hand over the head of an orphan

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who's had no one has wipes before except the law, meaning no one has done it before. Whoever wipes the head of an orphan

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for every hair over which his hand passes, Allah gives him many, many all over everywhere. And luckily his Salatu was Salam zelle noble practice was whenever an orphan would come to him, but sort of largely histological

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I would stroke him three times, stroke his head three times, because he never forgot that he wasn't off.

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And we should never forget that the most beloved messenger of Allah was an orphan.

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And we may not suffer we may not have suffered.

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But Allah His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam have reminded us again and again, think of the orphan, do not oppress and, and the meaning of oppressed because orphans since they don't have the protection of their parents, they are very vulnerable.

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If they are in developed countries,

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or undeveloped countries, if they have no parents or families that get sent to homes.

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And if they are in other countries where there's a family structure, still, they often ended up in the hands of the care and custody of their uncles, of distant relatives, many who are

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certainly not as compassionate and as caring and considerate as the deceased parents. And sometimes there may be cases of abuse, abuse of wealth,

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abuse of affection, verbal emotional abuse, whatever the case, last pyramidal data has warned us about orphans and look around here he reminds a prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam do not oppress the orphan. One Messiah in the Forgotten half and asked for the beggar, do not scold. If someone comes again, place yourself in their position, if a packet comes

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last season under the verse of the old model, former Philip Edelman so that nothing at all has

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a good word and forgiveness is far better than charity followed by trouble and hurts. Meaning

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if someone comes to you and you don't have anything to give,

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you should apologize for not having anything to give

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and say a good word, not dismissively, but sincerely say word of encouragement that inshallah Allah will provide Allah will give you something

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and seek forgiveness and forgiveness. not giving anything but saying a good word and asking for forgiveness for having not been able to give and share. This is still better than giving charity which is then used as leverage afterwards.

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Any charity given insincerely so the the advocates of Islam is give whatever you can, in a hadith which relate to that a woman came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam septum or messenger of Allah. Sometimes a beggar comes to my door, and I have nothing to give him what should I do? The prophets of love, I'd even sell them said give him even if the only thing you have to give him is the burnt hoof of an animal.

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I

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What?

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How useful

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or how edible is the burnt hoof of an animal prophets Allah give, even if that's all you have.

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He advise us to even give a piece of a debt.

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slums about giving, charity sharing, and never hear it's not so much about charity what

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Allah reminds the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam remember at one time you were in need.

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So a messenger of Allah did not scold the beggar. Here. It's not about spending, whether you give what you don't give, do not speak. Ill do not scold the beggar. And unfortunately, we see this were

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in parts of the world where we have beggars, they are scolded and overlooked and dismissed and derided. Even if someone chooses not to get a person can pass by honorably without abusing them without scolding them, without driving them away. Imagine if you were in that position, what I'm gonna say forgotten how, what I'm mad, because I've had this and asked for the gift of your Lord speak thereof. And here this is related to the other verse where Allah says, And did he not find you in search, then he guided you? Allah gave the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the gift of the book of Allah, He gave him the gift of Revelation. So he was told announce it and proclaim it. And

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that's what he did. One of the meaning of this verse or imparts the meaning the incorporated meaning is

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speaking of the favors and the blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala. We don't have time to go into this, but quite simply does can a person

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Speak of the blessings and the favors of Allah upon himself. So if Allah has blessed a person with anything

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can he speak of it? Well, the simple rule is, maybe I'll devote some time to this On another occasion when I speak of this in detail, but

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quite simply,

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in short,

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if a person speaks about themselves, sincerely, and he has to be sincere,

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without any self concedes, without concedes without arrogance,

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without boastfulness,

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then it's permissible to do so.

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And the intention should be the

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blessing and the gift of Allah, all

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encouragement of others.

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Or if there's a need to correct and rectify a mistake or misunderstanding,

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or to assert oneself,

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especially if the opposite has been suggested.

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So if there's a need,

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and that need could be encouragement of others, it could be reassuring others even reassuring oneself.

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It could be

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responding to criticism, etc, then as long as there's a genuine need, and it's done sincerely without boastfulness, without arrogance.

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Without concedes, then it's permissible

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as long as it's done with the intention of the blessing of the last panel.

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And as long as it's referred to Allah, but it's this is a very subtle, very delicate topic, because it's very easy for us to say Alhamdulillah I'm only saying it's to announce the blessing of a last panel with Anna and just to blow our own trumpet. It's very easy to do so. In fact, it's such a dangerous such slippery ground, that if someone is insincere enough, insensitive enough and arrogant enough to boast of oneself repeatedly, then for such a person.

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It wouldn't be difficult at all to sprinkle his speech With the name of Allah and say and handle in LA Masha Allah.

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Allah has blessed me in this way in that way, person can boast

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in that manner also, this is a very delicate topic.

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One scholar was asked that, how do you exercise? How do you know when to speak? How do you know when to say something? So it's a very simple, whenever my nephew tells me to speak, I remain silent. And whenever my enough's tells me to remain silent, I speak.

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So it's a very slippery slope, one has to be very careful. But the simple ruling is and it's for everyone to decide individually, whether they speak of the favors of Allah and Lars blessings on them. And that will allow the past have done so the habit of the Allahu anhu did so the orlimar of the past, they will speak of good things like I worshipped and I did this much, or that I did that much other one scholar. He said he was a famous scholar, and he of the earlier generation. He said last night, I prayed this much I prayed this much I did this. So some of his students said to him, we wouldn't imagine us saying such things. So he said, Well, I'm being airlifted out because I had

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the Themis for the blessing of your Lord speak there off. But there was a difference. He wasn't doing it. boastfully. It was a lesson to others. It was a lesson to others otherwise, we shouldn't declare ourselves to be pure. Allah Subhana. Allah says, Who around them will become even Shut up, up with an agenda to tune in.

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For that was a coup

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d'etat he is more knowing of you when He created you from the earth. And when you were fetuses in your mother's wombs, therefore do not do not declare yourselves to be pure, he knows who is more fearing of them.

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So

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we have to be careful. It has to be balanced, it has to be sincere. And here last panel with Anna did it in the spirits of assurance. He was reassuring the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the because of the background of the revelation of this surah and it was in that spirit that Allah tells him speak of the blessing of your Lord. And that this may Allah subhanho wa Taala enable

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to stem from some of the loss of the man an empty suit in the water, he was trying to train

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the commissioner learner he learned

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to be like

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