Allah’s Love For His Prophet A Tafsīr Of Sūrat Al – Sharḥ

Riyadul Haqq


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

  • The close connection between Surat al-Dua, and Surat al-Shara.
  • What is meant by the expanding he bosom of Rasulullah SAW?
  • What was Rasulullah SAW in search of?
  • The deep meaning of the names Muhammad and Ahmed.
  • The love of the Muslims for Rasulullah SAW
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He wanted to look at it when I showed him

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love for them we didn't know the whole new political theater want to shutter on, you know, law of order should he want to share that with an article what are

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some of the larger Diana

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farms will shape on over a gene

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in the lahoma, the eco system known as

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a lot some data

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link Lita Hannah Brahim,

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Allahumma barik

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Tada Ibrahim Ali Ibrahim Maci

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Once again, we gather for the monthly fee of the holding.

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Having started from the end of the quarter, and with sort of the mass we've now reached, sort of

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like a stock

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Let me read the sort of who translated before

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shown a few thoughts on its commentary.

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last panel, hold the honor seize

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the moment

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have we not part of your

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well done.

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Have we not

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removed from your burden,

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a levy and the other

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weighed down heavily on me

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literally under the rock which broke your back,

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but figuratively which weighed down heavily on what a foreigner look at.

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And have we not

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elevate your mention

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for in the middle of study.

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For indeed,

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with difficulty that is ease in the Mariners use For verily with difficulty there is ease for either for the funds.

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So when you are relieved,

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then strive what you know Rob Baker, federal hub and unto your Lord.

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This is a very simple translation of these verses of sort of

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this Torah is known as sort of a shadow

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sort of the insurer

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as well as the most famous name sort of Adam Nash.

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As I mentioned in last month's theme of sort of

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change the routine slightly and completed the the theater sort of bubble which comes before this, this is the ninth fourth sort of sort of the highs the ninth third, and even though it starts from the back of the quarter Am I can feed sort of a nine to three first before this,

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for the main reason that these two sort of are

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closely connected,

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and the topic

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is one on the same. And sort of alumni can actually be regarded as a continuation of sort of

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in both of these sorts.

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The language style and even the mode of address are all the same.

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Allah directly addresses the proper permits. Love it.

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asks him

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a number of questions.

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And this is the same in both swords. In fact, there is a hadith related by various authors

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in which the, it relates to that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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I asked Allah,

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which I wish I had never asked.

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I said to Allah, oh my lord,

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there were prophets before me.

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For who the winds were made subservience.

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This is a reference to Solomonic.

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And there were prophets before me, who resurrected the dead reference to the prophets eternity so now, she said, Oh, my Lord, there were prophets before me for whom the winds were made subservient. The wind was made subservient.

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And those who resurrected the dead

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so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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said this to Allah in a manner

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which suggested that

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he designed the same or it was a question as to why he wasn't given the same

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sort of last panel with the ad I said to him in reply.

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Did I not find you an orphan?

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And Shelton?

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Did I not find you in search and guidance?

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Did I not find you in need?

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an enriched you

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did not expand your bosom.

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And did I not elevate your name and mention

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the reason for mentioning that that's a heavy so the reason for mentioning this particular heading here is that it shows the connection between both saurons

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I asked my lord something which I wish I have never asked him.

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And he mentioned to Allah

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in the pleading man,

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but there were prophets before me.

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Some of them, the wind was made subservience for them.

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A reference to Prophet city manager, he said, some of them they resurrected the dead reference to the Prophet, he sadly has

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sort of lost power of all the data in reply told him

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that our messenger of Allah

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look at what you have been given.

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And then a lot numerated a number of things and they were did not find you an orphan and sheltered you did not find you in search and guide you. Did I not find you in need. I mean, Richie.

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These three are reference to the three verses of sort of de Lucha in which Allah says unlimited key a demon for our origin, the Cabal and the origin of the gods.

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And then the last last panel that I said, and did not expand your bosom, and did I not elevate your mention a name? Again, this is a reference to the verses of sordid Adam. So what this study shows, once again, that these two swords are closely connected. In fact,

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some of the older man of the past I'm also therapy would recite both thoughts in the same regard of sada without Bismillahirrahmanirrahim, or a break in between. So they would read sort of Doha followed by sort of adamant

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so in view of the fact that both students are closely connected, their topics are very similar, in fact, one of the same, what is the topic of both sorts?

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Going beyond the detailed commentary of each verse? If we look at the gist of both solutions,

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they are about consoling the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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His heart, giving him steadfastness

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granting him solace and comfort, and inspiration,

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and reassurance. This is what posts are that.

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And if I can just quickly translate the previous surah and remind us again of its content. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, well, the one lady that

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By the mid morning brightness, and the night when it settles in its darkness,

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mouth darker up dacapo kawamata your load has not forsaken you and knauz taken a dislike into

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one hit up to hydralic a minute.

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And verily the afterlife

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is better for you than the formula.

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Well, the latter is better for you than the form.

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Well, so for your book or for that.

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And your Lord will give you until you are content

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and the Mujica themin

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did not find you an orphan and gave you a shelter, what would you have on them?

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And did he not find you in search and the guide?

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What would you look for?

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And did he not find you in need and then enrich a

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familiar theme of Allah.

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So the orphan therefore, therefore the orphan do not suppress what I must either forgotten.

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And as for the back,

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do not rebuke him.

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Do not scold What am I being

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asked for the gift of your Lord speak their off

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and immediately thereafter? Are these verses alumnus look us up?

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Did we not expand your purse?

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For darner en COVID?

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And did we not

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removed from

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your bed and lithium awak that which broke your back? Literally, but the mean cigarettes in which that which bore down heavily on

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what a Fernanda Kovac, and to be not did we not elevate your name and your praise and mention

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for in the mirror that was sitting in the my ankles, you saw verily with difficulty that is ease very little difficulty there is ease

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either for the funds.

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So when you are relieved, ie When you have completed your work your task, when you are free

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from strive, tire yourself.

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What in Arabic

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and into your Lord, make haste.

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Seek a path unto your Lord.

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These are the verses of sorts and with the translation should be very clear and evidence that it's a follow on to the verses of sorta.

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Now, what exactly is the meaning of these verses, and when were they revealed shortly or immediately after sort of the sort of the How was revealed in the early early days of the prophets to love it or sometimes life in Makkah, and this was following a very short gap, a very small gap during which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had not prayed to Allah at night, and he had not been visited by jabril la Salaam. Following the short break in his meeting with gibreel alayhis salam and in his receiving revelation from Allah,

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both meanings for the aegis of the law one out of concern I told him, that I notice that you have not been visited by your companion Jubilee. And he

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and she shared his grief and his anxiety

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for he was anxious. On the other hand when his enemies

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learned of the absence of Djibouti alayhis salaam, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam not receiving any revelation. They taunted him

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a member of his family

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the wife of a bola

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She told them saying that it seems as though your

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your shade bomb has

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not visited you.

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And I hope that your Lord has forsaken me. And the pagans on a wider scale, taunted the prophets in the love and

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of course, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was grieved by these tools. But more than their jests, and their job more than their jest and their jobs and their tools, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, felt

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saddened, and grieved, that that connection between him and a loss of water either that connection of revelation had been temporarily severed. So this concern the prophets love it was far more than the taunts and the jives of the pagans, which of course grieved him. But what concerned him more was the lack the loss of connection with a loss of water Allah.

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So Allah has

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reassured him comforted, gave him solace,

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and reminded him, that your Lord has not forsaken you he has not taken a dislike unto you. And

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indeed, Allah loves you.

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And then last panel data mentions in sort of Doha, and then in sort of that, I'm not sure what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam means to unlock so much.

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And the general message is, that indeed our messenger of love, you are suffering, you suffer the jobs and the tools of the enemies of the pagans, you suffer poverty.

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You suffer, you suffer lack of resources, lack of numbers, lack of companions.

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You suffer alone,

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you suffer solid.

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And yet never forget.

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That one your Lord has not abandoned

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if others declined you, your Lord loves you.

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your Lord praises you,

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if others cast jives, actually, your Lord elevates your name and your mention.

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If you feel that

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you are impoverished you are in need, you lack resources, you lack numbers, you lack strength, you are being tried and tested. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was being tried and tested in many ways.

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If you feel that the burden is heavy on you, and which burden is Alas, speaking of, I will come to that in a moment. But if you feel that the burden is heavier,

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then do not worry, law will lighten your burden.

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But in all of this suffering,

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in the face of such enmity, such aggression, such persecution, never forget one of

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them all, but the afterlife is better for you than this.

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And the latter is better for you than the form.

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What I mean by the latter is better for you than the former, his

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terms may be difficult for you now messenger of Allah, but relief will come in later days.

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Even in the days of relief, when you will feel but at least I can now breathe safely, I can now breathe a sigh of relief, I can now

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be a bit more comfortable than I was before. Even though these days of relief will be coming you should never forget. But even in those days of relief, that the later life is better for you than this

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and then the earth is far better for you than this.

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And even in these moments of relief, what should you do? Relax,

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recuperate. Now, rather, you should tie yourself in the body of the last panel

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and you should raise some rush and make haste only to your law.

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So there are many messages in these two sources. Primarily. These two swords are a reminder

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To the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being addressed, directly being addressed directly to him, addressing only him and exclusively him, even though the message is general for his followers, but the pronouns and the modes of address the words of address are all a direct and exclusive reference to the prophets of Allah Almighty for some of them. This is why these two students are about the love of Alas, panelboard Allah for his noble messengers, some of them love it. I'll say more about the general meaning of both students later. But let's look at each of these verses of sort of

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says,

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Did we not parched your heart? Did we not expand your bosom? What is this actually a reference to?

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primary primarily.

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It's a figurative expression.

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And not so much a reference to the physical parts of the province and the love it was sometimes hot, even though that is also true. But primarily, the wording is such and the connection with the other verses is such

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that it's a reference to the solace and comfort and reassurance

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and inspiration and conviction of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the granting

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of steadfastness and strength to his heart. This is what the primary meaning of Adam musharakah so that I guess

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we can best understand this verse in light of other verses of the Holy Quran.

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In sort of Baja, Allah subhanho wa Taala quotes the Prophet Musa alayhis salaam, when he was sent to challenge Pharaoh Pharaoh, and to speak to Pharaoh,

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Prophet Musa alayhis salam suffered a speech impediment.

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But not only that, remember he had also fled the land of Egypt.

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Fearing for his life,

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for he had unintentionally and inadvertently

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killed the man

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from Uncle Sam had fled Egypt, and yet last quarter, Allah is now telling him to go back to that same land of Egypt, where he was being

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hunted, and his people were being persecuted.

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And he was told, go and speak to the same Pharaoh.

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So the Prophet Musa alayhis salaam pray to Allah, Allah Allah Allah quotes, on rubbish, rubbish, rarely sorry, we're silly empty, washing up the dummy Listen, you have Oh,

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my lord.

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expand my bosom for me.

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We assume the family and make easy for me my task was that the mill listen and unravel the knot

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in my tongue, I remove the impediments

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in my tongue of my speech,

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if only so that they may understand my words, and he prayed further, that his brother Harun Allah, his salon could be his support and the strength.

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But again, that verse shows us that rubbish strategy suddenly, oh, my lord explained my bosom for me in another verse of the

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last panel without essays

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from a year ago, I love what you do.

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So whomsoever Allah wishes to God,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala expands his bosom for Islam.

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Allah opens his heart for Islam.

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There are other verses as well what these verses show that the primary meaning of the opening of the heart, the parting of the heart, the expanding of the of one's chest is figurative, not literal. And it's a reference to your signifies conviction, reassurance, inspiration, strength of belief,

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calmness, composure.

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solace and comfort,

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And this is what last parameter with the ANA saying is even to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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But if

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a large uses to guide a single purse,

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a normal man or woman from his creation

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and Allah says that he expands his or her bosom and opens his or her heart. And then Allah says that we have opened your heart or messenger of Allah, what is the difference?

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And the contrast to the opening of the heart, the expanding of the bosom, which again shows that this is figurative is that in in that same verse last parameter, Allah says

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that whosoever law wishes to mislead

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to undermine

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the whomsoever Allah wishes to mislead,

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Allah meets his heart with strict

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as though he is rising in the sky.

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A person who climbs higher and higher a person who is being lifted up to the sky, a person who is being carried away,

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who loses control over himself or herself. And in modern terms, the higher you go,

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the less the oxygen. The higher you go, the less depression and this is this leads to difficulty in breathing, the constrict constriction of the heart so and the air supply, but that's another point. But lots of other saves from sort of a low wishes to mislead and misguide a law restricts or constricts their heart and their bosom and makes it trouble as though he is rising in the sky. So this is the opposite and the contrast to the expanding of a person's bosom. So for last coronal hole without expands the bosom of any normal man or woman, what's so special about Satan to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam?

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Have we not expanded your position? Have we not opened your heart? Well, there's a world of difference, the province and the law or something.

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When the last panel at the AMA

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opened his heart,

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it was to the greatest Secrets of the last panel.

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It wants to that great connection between him and Allah has that much.

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And he was in such a way

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that if we were to imagine the courage, and the value

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of all of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, who surrounded him together and collectively, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was more valiant and courageous than all of them put together.

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In the face of persecution in the face of me. Not only was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam brave

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but his heart did not even flat.

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He remain calm, composed, even when he was overwhelmed.

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He may have been centered as a human as a person, but as a soul loss in the love it was.

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His heart was forever connected with a lot as

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well the last panel

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refers to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his hearts being expanded.

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I'm just reminded of one single sentence, which shows his position.

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How convinced how steadfast, how comfortable. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was, how content was

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when I moved on him his own uncle,

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to whom the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam owed much

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up to me, he looked as a father figure

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when he was constantly visited by the chieftains of the courage and social pressure was being applied on him

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and I will

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under pressure,

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spoke to the prophets the love it was Solomon said to him, they told him that your nephew

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has made tried to make fools of our intelligent wise ones.

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He has tried to make us look like fools. He has divided family. He has insulted our gods.

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He has forsaken the way of our forefathers

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is divided our people.

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Split families.

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overthought it, either you restrain your nephew

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or remove yourself

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and stand aside so that we can deal with him in a direct

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sort of Rupali felt this pressure he addressed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said to him, oh, nephew,

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you've placed me in a very difficult position.

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And he pleaded with him, not to continue with his message, not to say what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was saying,

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what what was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his reply

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was his only pillar of support. Since he was the leader of an organization, and being the leader of the new Hashem, in a land where there was no authority, no law, no security is only pillar of support was his family.

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And even then, his family only could only support him because of the leader of the clan.

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Otherwise, as I've mentioned, years later than a while he passed away.

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The same clan, more harsh than the province of the law, it was sending them lost their support, even though these were his This was his immediate family. And this is why he went elsewhere, looking for

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someone to offer him material support as far as the dunya was concerned.

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Why did he suddenly overnight lose the support and the security of the maharsha because Obama passed away and leadership immediately went to have all that. And despite being his uncle, was his most bitter enemy. So the family had to submit to the authority of wall lab. Without a hula hoops approval. The family could not support the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam individually they may have supported him they may have wished to support him, but as a clown, they bowed and submitted and defer to authority. So even though they may have disliked a ruler, they submitted to his authority. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lost the support of the new Hashem because of now, in a

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similar light, the only person that's holding that support was

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yet What did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say to him? When the same old Barnum pleaded with his nephew, that abandon your message? renounce your call, and do not continue with whatever you are saying. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, on my uncle, if they were to place the sun in my right hand, and the moon in my left hand

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and demand of me that I abandoned this call by Allah, I would not abandon.

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That is the meaning of an admission.

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Did we not open your heart? Did we not expand your bus?

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And everything about the prophets Allah, Allah, is steadfastness is solid has been consoled by Allah has been comforted by Allah, his conviction and his contentment,

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his oneness in the face of opposition, his consistency,

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his unswerving unwavering, in the face of such opposition, enmity and persecution. All of this was due to Allah subhanho wa Taala, opening up his hearts and expanding his bosom. As I said, this is primarily the primarily This is the meaning of an initial episode. Did we expand your wisdom is figurative. However, it is also also a correct reference to the physical parting of the chest of the soul of law. So the law

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and this happened on two occasions

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Once when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a child in the care of the Messiah and Halima, Saudi Arabia loved his milk mother.

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That was the first time. And on the second occasion, in the fifth year approximately of hedger after the passing away of all barley, and

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after the passing, we're all in for the job of your loved one. And in fact, after the revelation of the surah, much later,

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on the occasion of Mirage, Mirage, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam embarks on that miraculous journey of the heavens, and from Alicia to her arms,

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before embarking on that journey, and in preparation for that journey, it's narrated in that haddie that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Emanuel Hardy and others all relates though again, this is a very authentic hadith related from from an article of the alarm, and a number of other companions, Monica misasa 30 it'll be your lifeline, and others. They all relate to that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that once I was

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in heaven,

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angels came to angels came to me, and they brought a train

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in some variations of gold, and filled with the water of Zamzam. And they lay me down and splits open my chest

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and my answer nomadic got the law one

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What do they do the splits off my chest, and gibreel alayhis salaam washed

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the inner part of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his bottle with the water of Islamism.

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That's how blessed isms or myths It was good enough for the prophets of love. It was in the heart and his interior to be washed and blessed with the wardrobes and

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so and then God really hits the dam seal the heart of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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one of the students are in a sauna and he called the alarm.

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He actually asked them as romantic love the alarm, that what are you referring to when you say split open his chest. So under the moniker of the alarm, I'm actually terrified. But all the way from here, till the bottom of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stomach

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massively heavy. So this is the reference to the second incident. So as I said, there were two incidents of the physical parting of the chest and the bosom of a sort of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and both are from authentic narrations. So on the one hand, let me refer to the occasion when he was a child in Mount Muslim Ramadan, la helaine. Eman mercy, and other authors of Hades in my humble is Muslim. They all relate from again from the same understanding of the law, when you say is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the province of the law it was and was playing with the children, his milk brothers, the children of Halima for the alarm

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whilst he was playing with those children, and this was when his mother was still alive when he was approximately two, three years old.

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Before he returned to his mother for the final time, at the age of four, so just before that, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he may have been at the age of closer to the age of four, because after that he must be out of the alarm took him back to his mother Anna, and she requested to keep in Ballymena, the province of Lala it her son's mother insisted on not sending him back. In any case, the province the love it was some of them was playing with children. When the angels came and to the to his brothers

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and his paintings. They didn't know they were angels, they just saw them as men. So they seize the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and lay them down. And again they opened up his heart and he really took out a piece from inside the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and cast it away and he actually explained this is your share from shaper.

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So this is your share of shavon, meaning shavon share inside you profits in the love and evil symptoms, Judy really took that share just a small piece and cast it away. Again, this is to be found in authentic ahaadeeth. So

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then they once again see all the poison, and the chest and torso of the profits of the law it was sent them, the brothers when they witness the spectacle, or the very beginning they fled to their parents. And they told him that our brother has died, they thought he had been killed. So then when they turned around,

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when the friendly wish to search for him in panic, province of the law, and he suddenly arrived, pale faced, and having lost the color of his face, but he was safe. That was his first experience. And the second experience of his chest and of his hearts being physically opened and parted, is on the occasion, when he was approximately 46 years later, when, just before he travelled and embarked on that miraculous journey to

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administer the Luxor from Russia.

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And from there onwards to the heavens, the journey of his throne now. So again, he is his heart was washed, and his chest was opened, and seal the game. And a cinematic there'll be a lot of things that I would actually see the

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stitches of the prophets alarm, I'd even send them on his body.

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So the mark that remained of his body being sealed again, and the sort of the monocle of the alarm against these and these authentic durations that would actually see those stitches on the knowable body of sort of law, some of the law and he sent them. So although this is true, and it happened, the second occasion was after the revelation of the surah. But the first occasion was before in his childhood, but the point I'm trying to make is an initial episode that I did we not expand your bosom. Primarily, this is a reference to the figurative meaning, but the physical meaning is also true. And I've explained both an initial episode that I did we not expand your person, or that an

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ankle is a levee and recover the rock and debris not remove your bed, which broke your back, which bore down heavily on

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what was this bed, which was so cumbersome,

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still waiting

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on the profits a lot

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which went a lot removed.

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It was similar to the expansion of his heart.

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This bed was the burden of responsibility of prophets,

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of messengers

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of guiding people

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and the worry and concern of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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in favor of his people.

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last season's sort of

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filler unlikeable enough sagada 30. In the meeting we will be having

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our messenger of Allah for the unlockable if you're in the sec.

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you will cause your soul to perish.

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Literally, you will kill yourself for that unlikeable.

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Perhaps you will kill yourself.

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But the best translation would be, perhaps you record your soul to perish

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and 30 him

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in their way.

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In the mute we will be having a suffer if they do not believe

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in this speech of Allah, ie in this quarter an

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ounce of sorrow in greed.

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This was the burden of a soul the loss of the law while he was

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he was so concerned for his room.

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He was so eager.

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He felt the weight

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of the responsibility of guiding the people

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and he felt

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The burden of their misguidance and of their way witness of their being lost in such a way that it broke the back of their soul loss a lot, right even some of them. And as the law says, it seemed as though pursue the law had a history that was salaams. So would depart out of grief and sorrow, because people would not believe in the God.

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That was his concern.

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And it was that concern, which ultimately led him to change in how

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we speak about sincerity of intention.

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Sincerity achieved so much. One can imagine the sincerity of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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what sincerity.

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His call his message. His concern was not superficial. It was so serious, it was so sincere. It was so severe that it was about to break his back. It bought down heavily on him. And his soul was actually about to depart out of grief and sorrow summit. So the Lord told him, calm yourself or messenger of Allah philatelic about hearing upset, perhaps it seems as though you will cause your soul to perish because they do not believe.

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That compassion, that passion, that concern that sincerity, was of such an intensity, that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke, his sincerity shine through, and his passion

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conveyed itself to the other people. In us in a few words, at least those who are receptive, whose hearts and minds will

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pursue luckily his Salatu was Salam was able to transform them in earnest.

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But those whose hearts were sealed, those who are blind to the message, those

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who had no sincerity in themselves, those who have many layers between them,

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many layers, and many drapes and curtains that fell over their hearts. Even the sincerity of the prophets and Lala are leaving them, and even the passion of his message, and even his light could not penetrate those hearts.

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But all it took was for a person to be open themselves, if their hearts was open, if their mind was open. La alayhi salatu was Salam

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mealey needed to get his worst, he immediately needed to pay some attention to them. And when he did,

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his sincerity, his passion, his concern is sorrow and grief. All became distilled and cared itself to the other person. In an instant they were transformed.

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This was the bed in which broke his back.

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A lot had to constantly remind

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well mountain dad even better

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for the Caribbean for anime halfway on messenger of law, you are not one who has been appointed a guardian of them, well, not entirely him which have been literal translation and you are not an enforcer of

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for that.

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Therefore remind with the Quran, many have worried one who fears my threats

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or who fears my promise.

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Let's say

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you are not one empowered overland.

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The message in all of these verses was the Messenger of Allah.

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We understand your concern. We understand your passion, we understand your grief and sorrow, but do not let this burden you for you need to remind yourself that you are merely responsible for reminding them and conveying the message of Allah, you are not responsible for their hearts and minds. You are not responsible for their belief or that and

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therefore, do not take this burden on yourself. And eventually last panel with Allah

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made things easy for the Prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam in many ways. Allah gave him support Allah gave him companions, Allah,

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consoled him and comforted him.

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Allah gave him what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted, both in the dunya and in the earth. What did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam want? He wanted his people

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Believe. And eventually they did believe he wanted Arabia to believe. Eventually they did.

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But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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didn't just want that in the US.

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Allah has promised him with a Sophie, the current book of Fatah and Allah will give you until you are content. And Allah will give him in sha Allah in the US that are that which makes him content. And as some of the Sahaba of the Allah would say, this is the one verse which gives us the greatest hope in the entire entire

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that your Lord will give you until you are content in that famous heavy

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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read verses of the Quran, in which Allah in which Allah speaks of the drama of the form of prophets. Aleikum, WA Salatu was Salam. And when he read there there are, so lovely salat wa salam burst into tears himself.

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Allah sent gibreel

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saying, even though Allah knows, go on, ask my profits, what makes them weep.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam explained the myth in my mind.

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Then Allah has the will to reassure them. It's a long, heavy This is just the gist of it. A lot of soldier reassured him.

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We will not grieve you in your soul, a soul for European court of law, and your Lord will give you into your content.

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That was the concern the grief of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam if we wish to take a lesson of sincerity, lessons learned sincerity from rasulillah.

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If there's a will, there's a way

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if that sincerity, that sincerity will shine through

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your family to learn healing,

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when he compiled his mothball his collection of I think

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someone approached

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humans or hemes.

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Scholars on him

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what a man will be men

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before they are alone.

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And the normal disease of academic rivalry of envy.

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This disease existed then as well as it has always existed. So someone approached him or Monica de la Healy.

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And told him that others have found out about your work and your collection of heavy from them water.

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So they are compiling their own water.

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But the indications were that this was me academic rivalry.

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But they had the pump, they had the name.

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They may they may even have had the numbers.

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And that's why the students are manufactured on Luckily, we're concerned because they knew that Mr. Malik was sincere. But they could see signs of showmanship of ostentation, of name making of fame of academic rivalry, and I'll open envy

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of naked ambition

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elsewhere. So they spoke to my monograph with the law headed out of concern. In my mind, it cracked me to learn it all he said was my gun in the law he for

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that which is for a law will be more enduring.

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That's all he said. And again, it's just something that came to mind about sincerity. That's all in America to learn he said today, there is no other more known than mortality.

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And even if others have called their books, Martha, when we say more,

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who is that in my mind?

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And in fact, when you look at that having

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when you look at the chains of narration, we have countless books of heavy

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and yet when you look at many of these chains of narration from many different authors who came later, so many of them all pass through Imam Malik. So many

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they all pass through in my mind

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Not all of them so many.

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And Imam Shafi backwards Allahu la

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How did he describe Mr. Man?

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He said, Jeff Allahu Allah Hello. Mr. Malik was a last proof against this creation.

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Anyway, the I just remembered Mr. Malik because of his mod bond, he's saying my gun and he learned for what apart, that which is for Allah is more lasting is more enduring. Sincerity eventually shines through. But if we want to learn a lesson of sincerity, let's learn it's our muscle loves to lie.

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When we speak about energy, today in this

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age of New Age ideas, in this era of New Age ideas, people speak about energy, positive energy, negative energy, we may not understand all this zanla negative energy, positive energy, but spamela sincerity,

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purity of motive, sincerity of intention, cleanliness of heart, have all of these things have such an energy that look at what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was able to achieve.

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His compassion, his passion, his concern, his grief, his worry, his desire for other people to have good. And this is why for so long, it has set out what Sam says and a heavy recorded by mammal hardy mammals him and others. Again from that same See you then understand America on the

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promise of love and equal send them Say's Law, you know I had

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one of you cannot believe

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one of you cannot believe all of you is not to believe.

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until you hear him say he loves for his brother that which he loves for himself. This is the degree of selflessness. This is the degree of sincerity.

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This is the requirements of total lack of jealousy of envy.

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This is the purity of heart that was sort of learning Salatu was Salam spoke off.

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And that compassion.

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Luckily, he said that was the lamb didn't just have many fold for his brother, for his fellow Muslim, pursue law, his salatu salam had that grief and concern that worry and that desire for everyone's welfare and good not just for his brother, not just for his fellow Muslim for the whole of mankind.

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This was the burden that ball down heavily on him. So Allah says, or Darren Anka wizard can lay the rock, did we not remove that burden off to you that bore down heavily on you figuratively, otherwise, the literal words are under the rock that which broke your back?

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And what was that burden primarily? The burden of profits or the mess the burden of responsibility?

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This is again a reference to the previous surah when the last parameter with Allah says, What gender cabal and further did he not find you in search. And he guided you in search of what

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was his connection with the last panel,

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but his desire to remove his nation and remove the people and remove the creation of a lost ham who with the HANA from darknesses interland. Luckily, his passion and his desire to remove the worship of men of mankind, and of stones and idols

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and instill the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala to turn people away from themselves and from creation to the Creator. That passion that desire was such they overwhelm the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even before Prophet said, but he did not know how to do that's what he was in search for.

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And that's why I love his original told him not to be marketable and he man, you will not want not to know what is he man and what is the book the cadaver, eventually Allah gave him the Allah gave him revelation. Allah gave him the tools to achieve what he wanted to achieve even before Prophet said.

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That's how clean his heart was.

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Law says, Did we expand your person? Did we not remove that burden from your back from from you, which bore down heavily on you, which broke your back under the rock? What a foreigner like a duck. And did we not elevate your name? Did we not? Raise your mention?

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This is very simple. This is one of the greatest gifts of the last panel horadada sort of sort of love some of the love it, some of them what a foreigner look at it.

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Emmanuel Obama really

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relates a heavy thing.

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So too,

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from the hood, Rio de la hora, and who says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said gibreel alayhis salaam came to me.

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And he said,

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Do you know what Allah means? When he has said a fact of the croc? I have raised your name and elevated your mention.

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Juanita Hassan said to him all prophets of Allah it means that law has the original say is never will I be mentioned Never will I love you mentioned in love Give me except that you will be mentioned alongside me.

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When people praise Allah, they praise the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam alongside when Allah has mentioned

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Chateau La ilaha illallah

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invariably, at any time of the day,

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in some parts of the world alone has been being given.

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In some parts of the world.

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His very name suggests praise.

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And this one verse should be a beautiful reminder. Whenever we are reminded of or we are told of the province, the law legal systems name being abused.

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I will generally did it a Buddha would call the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with them.

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Mme, which is on the same word scale, which is on the same scale as a word

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with a man

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with a means the one who is excessively condemned

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the one who is excessively disparaged.

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The one who is excessively and increased increasingly and constantly abused.

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Is that anyone in the world

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with such a name?

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Someone who is forever constantly, consistently and excessively abused by many or all.

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Yet abou JAL gave that main sort of sort of laughs on the LA Lakers,

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with a man. So Buddha would stay with him, he would never say Mohammed, he is he flipped the word he made a play on the word. And he says he is not he is more than a man. He would always refer to him as more than them.

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So you're and it wasn't just a boudjellal, many of us.

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We learn that his own Auntie, the wife of Abu lahab, would you mean,

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she would call him she would abuse him, she would throw forms in his path, she would cause physical hindrance and nuisance, and she would verbally abuse them, since she had that position of being married to his uncle. She was senior, she had a position in the family, she abused that position, and she took full advantage. And because of the increased contact with a sword, Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he wasn't able to or was able to escape her presence, she would come to the house, he would see her and remember his two daughters were married to the two sons of

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Janine, his wife, and so she would constantly abuse him. And so

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it's revelation was preceded by her abuse and her tones and dives. And she said to him, your Lord has abandoned you. I hope your Lord has abandoned you. It seems that your shape arm has not visited you.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was abused by some of his own family members on what you mean his auntie and even more so by his own uncle, his father's brother, people of his others of his own people.

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Operation Abuja, one of the greatest leaders of the operation at the time, one of the greatest chieftains were the most powerful. He actually made the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with a man. Poets would compose versus satirizing and lampooning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in mccannon, Medina.

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But even before Medina, this is, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a few followers, they wouldn't even congregate. They wouldn't even pray together. There was no community there was no society these were a few. This was a band of disparate individuals who came together only in their simple belief.

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And yet, then a lot of told him what a foreigner liquor liquor

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and we have elevated.

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Your mention we have praised your name, we have raised your name, and in what, in what manner Allah

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let this one verse be a reminder to us, whenever we hear of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being abused.

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He was always abused, a Buddha who called him them. Poets would lampoon him and satirize them in their poetry. And in there this is

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this has always been the case. And it will always remain the case. Always.

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Mr. Mohammed, Mr. Mohammed shavon, Russian Hola. Somebody informed him about

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others abusing him.

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So he said something to the effect. This has been attributed to Mr. Mohammed as well as to other Roma, that 100 in LA.

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But Allah has made us such at least that Allah has at least made us such that we are worthy of having fingers being raised at us.

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The meaning is, if you're a nobody, nobody's got anything to say about you. But if you're a somebody, then every everybody has got something to say about good or bad.

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If you're a nobody. Nobody's got anything say Apache. If you're a somebody, then everybody has got something to say about

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some good some bad and who wasn't asuna La Silla love it. If a lot of horror data has not been spared.

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And if so, luckily, his Serato Sam has not been spared, then who is bad? No one

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panela forget people abusing others people abused themselves. Don't human self hate?

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Don't human self disparage?

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Don't humans

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and humans harsh with themselves.

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Don't humans hate themselves at times, we may not reveal it to others. It's remarkable. The irony is those who abuse others a lot or put on a mask and a veneer of confidence of showmanship of ostentation of pomp. Often all of this is merely to conceal their own self hate.

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So it's ironic.

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We engage in the projection of guilt,

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because of self hate, we hate others because we hate ourselves.

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We criticize others, because we are so critical of ourselves.

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And we merely project our faults and our weaknesses, and our lack of qualities onto others. So it's human nature to criticize to disparage to abuse.

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And we just merely need a target. And the more prominent the targets, the easier it is, the more prominent a person, the easier the target.

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In fact, in anger, in pain, don't people people bypass even the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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even born Muslims and born believers in their pain in their anger, in their hurts in their confusion,

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in their wallowing in self pity,

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in their moments of indiscretion, don't even born Muslims and born believers. abused God abuse Allah.

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it's emotions pain and self pity and self hate.

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One lashes out and the more prominent a person, the easier the targets.

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So people abused a lot of people abuse a messenger some of the law it was.

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So as a matter of law, Haley said, All Praise be to Allah was at least made us worthy enough of having fingers raised and pointed answers. Which means that means I'm something

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if you're a nobody, nobody's got anything to say about you. If you're a somebody, everybody's got something, say a patch and look at the profits from the library or something. So people abusing the Messenger of Allah has always been the case. It was a case in his time, it was the case in his family. It was a case in his own household.

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Jimmy what members of his household were they not?

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What was their response?

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And in what should we take solace and comfort?

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Whenever we hear the process of the law, it wasn't being abused in any way whatsoever.

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Think of what a foreigner look at the clock. And we have raised your name and elevated your mention.

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There is

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a law cover. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar.

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Allah Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Illallah, a shadow.

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A baby is born all over the world.

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Such a large number of Muslims such a great number of Muslims and increasing by the day,

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by embracing and by birth.

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Pamela, people always concerned about the falling populations,

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the dwindling numbers of young working people.

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And you're aware of that statistics. In fact, there's there have been campaigns of

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procreate for the country. You may have heard, where some countries are concerned about the dwindling population.

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So procreates for the country, do it for the country. There's great concern about dwindling numbers here. They're everywhere.

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Are people leaving their faith people abandoning their ideals, people abandoning their traditions?

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But you never hear this about Muslims? Yes, a few here. And then of course, people

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apostates during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam also.

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But with Muslims,

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we're always hearing whether positively or negatively of the numbers,

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whether positively or negatively, we're always hearing about Muslims, so many Muslims being born so many people embracing Islam, so many people turning to Islam.

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So when a child is born, every child born in a Muslim household as it's born, what's the first thing that the child hears one of the first things Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Shadow Allah in a llama.

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The name of Rasulullah sallallahu it

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as that child grows up.

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Whenever Allah has mentioned he or she is an evil law, and then he was sort of last

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along with the law, and then in the machine. You go to Sala

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entering the mission

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was Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah In the name of Allah, and salutations and peace descend upon the messenger.

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You sit in the masjid you listen to the you wait for the karma. The karma the call for the second quarter sonar begins. A lot of love are gonna love it but Allahu Akbar, Allah Allah, Allah, Masha.

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Allah, you begin your Salah

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and insula, towards the end, what do we have the shepherd and in the shop with a lot on Sunday

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come up late.

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And even before that, salaam aleikum

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Salaam Alena Why don't you bother

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shawanda llama wash

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when a person gets married

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In fact, the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. We've become accustomed to referring to this as the hotbar of nica.

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So the person gets married. What's the hook part of nikka that we hear the verses of taqwa? And then in hotma.

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After Allah, what do we hear? The name of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, before every speech before every discussion. When a person gets married, they get married, after the name and the praise of Allah and His Messenger, some of the love it.

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When a person dies.

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When they came into this world, one of the first things they heard was the name of Allah, His Messenger when they die, one of the last things that we'll ever hear,

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or that is said before them, is the name of Allah, and the name of his messenger, even when they are in Jannah, insalata and janaza. When we pray a lot of janazah over them, what do we say? Allahu Akbar with the fourth that means, after the after the second that we salatu salam upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and only then do so even before we pray for the siezed insalata janaza over them, we praise Allah, and we praise and remember the messenger, some of them are hiding. And even when they are being loaded into their grave Bismillah where Allah midlet are sued in LA, by the name of Allah, and upon the religion of the Messenger of Allah. We come into this world, we travel through this world, and we depart from this world, and we are lowered into the grave and we are returned to the dust of the earth,

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by the name of Allah, and with the name of the Messenger of

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Allah azza wa jal told him whenever I mentioned, you will be mentioned alongside and remember,

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whenever we hear of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was being abused, think of what a foreigner and we have raised your name, we have elevated your mention, and think of the versal sort of God, which is in the law, a woman law, aka haul Your Son Daughter.

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Yeah, you have levina animal symbol, and he was sending sliema. Think of the verse, we hear this verse so often, and we even recite that and Salaam, quietly, silently, loudly, in many postures in many moments on the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but pause and think, what does this Southern sedan actually mean? Think of it. What does the latter's original say, in the LA Mola? ekata? Who is soluna adaminaby?

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Verily, Allah

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and His angels,

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they send

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prayers, your saloon adaminaby to the prophets.

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Yeah, you hadn't livina Oh, Billy, suddenly

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pray for him, send your prayers to him, or send him

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send your greetings of peace and prayer to

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so we say

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lahoma scileanna.

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We send our Salah, our prayers, we send our salon our greed.

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We send our prayers and our Salutations to the messengers on the lahardee.

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Think of it even more than a van

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all over the world, with over a billion Muslims at different times.

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Even those who are not engaged in formal ritual prayer, how often is it that we simply say, Allah Subhanallah Mohammed, in fact, in some in some of the Middle Eastern countries, it's become a habit. But when someone forgets something

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in other places, well, some of us we forget something that Eeny meeny miney, moe.

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in many parts of the world, if they forget something, you actually observe them, they forgotten something they're trying to recall it, they're trying to retrieve it. And they say, Allahu Allah, Muhammad, Allah sundiata, Mohammed.

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In fact, in in again in Muslim countries, sometimes, when a person wishes to implore him of the person and appeal to their compassion, appeal to their sympathy, appeal to their soft heartedness, ie they say

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I plead with you in the name of Allah, for Allah sake. So when they wish to appeal to not appeal in the name of Do not misunderstand me, they merely wish to appeal to the other person's sympathy and that soft heartedness they want to say something which is

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disarms the other person, relaxes them, comforts them, makes them break the ice

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appeals to there seems to be in their soft heartedness in what they say in Arabic, Sunday, Sunday, meaning, praise salatu salam. So the reminder of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so the other person says

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Mohammed, the prayer, salutations and peace upon the Messenger of Allah brings peace to our hearts.

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It does. It's very comforting, very soothing. So imagine, even apart from ritual prayer, all over the world, people aren't engaged in sending Southern Salaam to the messenger sallallahu Sallam in Salah after Salah. In normal conversation. Allahu Allah, Mohammed Levin was suddenly at some of the lower levels. We read any book

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before after the name of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we have Salatin Salah in any conversation in any speech. So many subtle words so many Salaam are being sent to the Messenger of Allah and forget the creation. Go beyond to the angels in the heavens of laws, angels are engaged in sending salutations and peace to the messenger.

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And even beyond the angels. Allah says first and foremost in the law, Verily, Allah sends his prayers, his salutations and his peace to the men, not prayers, but salutations and his peace to the messenger. Some of them love it, some of them with so much peace descending on the messenger,

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with so many Salutations, converging and being conferred upon the message.

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What does it matter? If some poets or a cartoonist or an author, say something against Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wasallam? What does it matter, to spit in the face of the Sun

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is merely to allow that

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God to land on your God.

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Meaning, all it does is that the God of Spitz lands on a person's God,

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to spit in the face of the Sun

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is merely to make a fool of oneself. So what a fair amount of luck of the clock we have praised your name and elevated your mentioned and in fact, if you just look at the name of Allah Salam and he was on the vicar doesn't mean main, that means your remembrance your mention, but I mentioned earlier that's all general What did he call the Prophet Silla love it, some of them even whenever we pray, salah and Salaam, let's think of this. Whenever we hear the name of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Think of the depth of the meaning of his name and how Allah has made in praise where

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the scale of the Arabic word is such that it's a superlative. Someone is related to him, which means praise. Muhammad means one who is consistently universe

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constantly, excessively praised.

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now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has two names.

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Both of them mentioned in the Quran.

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Allah, Allah, Muhammad Rasulullah and maka Mohammedan.

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in law school of

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and others. So Allah has the word or refers to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as

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what's the other name by which Allah refers to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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as either a Saudi sellout or Sam says that in the pursuit of law in a very large messenger to suddenly Avenida de la, I come to attest to the truth of the Dada, which came for me which is before me. One more bus Sharon Mira su Lee. Yeah.

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And I give, I come to give glad tidings as a bearer of glad tidings of a messenger to come after me whose name will be.

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So here's two names, hammer them. What do they mean? Mohammed means the one who is consistently, consistently constantly, excessively praised. an admin is also a superlative

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is on the scale of a fan, which is a superlative. Mohammed is on the scale of warfarin.

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Which is a superlative, both of them superlatives. However the superlative, Mohammed means the one who is constantly consistently, excessively praised.

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And means the one who is constantly and consistently and excessively engaged in praise, the one who is constantly engaged in praise.

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So who's praising who Allahu Akbar, this is the beauty of just the two names. Mohammed, Mohammed means

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that out of the whole of creation, the one who is praised the most constantly and consistently,

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just like the product

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may not be the most widely published book in the world. It may not be the most ancient scripture or book in the world, it may not be the most widely distributed book in the world.

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It may not be.

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But without dads, and without context, it says the most widely read and recited by

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children, millions of children memorize it.

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We won't find it in every waiting lounge, or hotel, cabinet drawer,

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or coffee table.

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We will find in more hearts and minds on one concatenation.

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And we find it read and recited on more tongues

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than imaginable.

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It's the most widely read book. Similarly, the pseudo Lucha Hassan was Salam may not be the most glorified, for we do not define him, and we do not treat him as a

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prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam may not be the one individual of creation, who is the most glorified or worshiped.

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But without that he is the one who is remembered more often than anyone else.

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So Mohammed means the one who is consistently praised. And that's what sort of learning his serrato Salah sort of the whole of creation, who is the most praised the Messenger of Allah sallallahu That's the meaning of man and the meaning of the one who engages in the most praise, which is

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that of the whole creation of Allah, the One who is praised most consistently and excessively, and who actually has those qualities, praiseworthy qualities which deserve and attract that praise is the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and of the whole of creation, the one who praises Allah, the Most, the most constantly, the most consistently, the one who praises Allah in the best manner possible is that

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this is why he says on the day of reckoning, when people will be pleading with the prophets to intercede on their behalf with Allah, not for their salvation, but just to merely begin their reckoning. Each messenger will guide the creation to the next messenger, saying that this day unconcerned about myself, this is his position. Eventually, that honor will come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, I will then fall into frustration, and he will remain in subdued in frustration for a long nose hammer.

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in that frustration, a small loss of love it says, Allah will inspire me then, with such words of praise that he has never been praised before.

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Sort of suitable luckily his Serato Sonam was the one who engage in the most praise of Allah

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in this world, before he departs from the world, and in that era, he will be the one who will carry the banner of praise and who will praise Allah, the best of his creation, of the whole of creation. He's the most praiseworthy, and of the creation. He's the one who engages in the most praise of Allah. That's the meaning of Ramadan.

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And in just as two names, Allah has elevated him What a foreigner look at the clock and we have elevated your mansion for in the last three years there are very Lee with difficulty comes ease in the

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value with difficulty comes ease

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that the world

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is not paradise.

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But it does not help either.

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difficulty, Misery, of facts of life, and a part of our baggage and luggage on this journey. We cannot shed that luggage.

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Imagine if we were happy all the time we've been miserable.

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It's human nature.

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When Allah gave some of his servants, men and sunhwa

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heavenly food,

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they said are low. We're tired of this.

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We want

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to fight you how fool me huh? What the hell what was suddenly we don't want these quails and these miraculous fruits off the trees. We don't want this man and somewhere. We don't want this manner and subtler.

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We want cucumbers.

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We want garlic.

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We want lentils that

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we want to onion.

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These are this is for me? Well,

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how for me How?

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It's human nature. We're always wanting change. We have gold we won't let.

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So if we were happy all the time, we'd want misery.

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We desire and happiness, human nature. We're always fluctuating. We don't know what we want. So misery, suffering, pain. All of these things are part of our baggage on this journey in the world. But Allah has made a search.

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But with every difficulty,

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there's twice as much comfort and we would never be able to taste the sweetness of relief, without having first tasted the bitterness of misery.

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So indeed, with difficulty there is ease indeed with difficulty.

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And in difficulty, we are taught patience.

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And in relief, after grief, we are taught scratch.

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That's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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in nothing wrong.

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What is an invalid movement?

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How wonderful is the state of a believer.

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His whole state is nothing but good.

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And this is not for anyone but to believe.

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southern, we're in assata. Shakur. If misfortune afflicts him, then he is patient, ie he is the reward, and if good fortune meets him, then he is grateful, he is still awarded.

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So in the multiplicity of sorrow, there is much more that can be said about this one we're running short of time, in the manuals to the use that are in the middle of sleeves that are very with difficult to comes ease with difficulty there is ease for either for the fences a lot or the messenger, some a lot might equal some of them, when you are relieved, or when you have finished your job, and your duty.

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Then tire yourself strive. This is a general reference to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, our messenger of Allah, whatever your duties,

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whether they are to do with your message,

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or whether they are your message of profited, whether they are to do with your preaching, or whether they are to do with your household chores, or your personal life, or messenger of Allah. When you find a moment of relief. When you find a moment of freedom. When you find that you have some time on your hands, or prophets of Allah, when you discover that you have

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gained even a momentary relief from your chores and your tasks and your responsibilities. What should you do? Fun some time for yourself again to oneself. Yes, tie yourself and strive in what in your Lord

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in the worship of your Lord.

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And indeed that's what the province in the lahardee

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in the lack of in the heart is

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a lot hold'em in the versus at night. stand before your Lord during the day.

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You have great time during the day to continue with your message.

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So even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is preaching, and his message was still secondary to his worship and remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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So further for when you are free when you are relieved, even for a moment, from sub untie yourself in the ledger.

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What you know it doesn't say in the worship of your Lord, but that's what the references and this isn't split from the next verse, the final versus what you love for

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further up isn't actually literally means to make haste. For God means to have

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a longing and desire.

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And therefore you go towards that thing. So a lot better for a hub and unto your Lord,

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see, and long for your law, be desirous of your Lord, make haste towards your law.

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it's interesting.

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The translation if I was to make a literal translation, it wouldn't be what you love

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and make haste to your Lord. It's what you learn Arabic and unto your Lord, it comes first. What does that signify? Just like in salt and fat. It's the something to do with Arabic

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rhetoric and

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the eloquence of the Arabic language, that by placing the

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before the subject or before the verb.

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This signifies emphasis and exclusivity. Just like in salt and fat, the words are Yeah, cannot or good. It doesn't mean we worship you or law. The words are yakka it is only you

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that we wish.

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So, when the object precedes the subject and the verb in Arabic at least, this emphasis This signifies emphasis and exclusivity. so here also the subject.

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So the object of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was longing and desire

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is placed before

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and before his action, his desire and his longing. So what does that show just like Iraq and and what it shows emphasis, and even more than emphasis, it shows exclusivity. So the message is for all of us, what ILA Rebecca Farah, if you long for something, if you desire for something, if you wish to make haste towards something, and let it be nothing other than your Lord, and last

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word in Arabic Africa. I end with this, I pray that last round of all data enables us to understand there's so much more that we could have shared about this, but I'll suffice with this. As you can see, the sort of is very closely connected to the previous sort of, sort of, in this in both these swords, Allah subhanho wa Taala displays and demonstrates his love for the messenger, some of the love and even some of them, he is comforting him is giving him solace, inspiration, steadfastness strength. It shows how last Chronicle with Allah loved Rasulullah alayhi salaatu wa Salaam of his creation. Allah loved someone of his creation,

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a human being, and what a rank. And this shows throughout the whole record, I'll reserve this for maybe another occasion. But Allah has another thing which we should remember. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was always abused. And he was a very sensitive person, prophets the law and he was he was extremely sensitive.

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So next time before we call someone too sensitive, that says remember that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was

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soft, humble,

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noble. People ask

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me for some time and next time before we accuse someone of being sent too sensitive.

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A good retort would normally be one stage to the other.

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Or you being too sensitive.

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Maybe you've been too incensed.

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Before we accuse someone of being too sensitive, let's pause and think Am I being insensitive,

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soft, humble, quiets

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the loving lovable characters and people.

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good natured people, people

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CCM who mean Well, those who are noble minded and soft hearted, this isn't a universal law but it's

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empirical that at least many, most are like this. They are

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sensitive people, sensitivity goes hand in hand with modesty and bashfulness.

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This is why I love to love it when someone says, in what do we learn from the Hadith

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that modesty and bachelors are part of faith. And he says, especially for snack machines, that if you have no shame than do what you want, so when a person sheds their bashfulness, and their shame and modesty, they have no inhibitions, they have no boundaries, no limits.

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And that means, if a person is being if a person has higher, and modesty and shame, which go hand in hand with faith, and with humbleness and humility, then how can such a person with all of these qualities be incensed?

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So when a person has faith, humility has no ability and soft heartedness, such a person is sensitive. The Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was very sensed, indeed he was, and he was so sensitive, and so soft, he wouldn't say anything to anybody.

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And throughout the program, we learn that you know, who would stand up? Well, not figuratively, who would make a stamp on behalf of a suitor last Allah

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who would intervene a lot

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when he got married, has been traveling a lot.

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This habit of the Allahumma eat, and they were carried on talking after eating. He kept on coming and going and seeing are they still there? Imagine the modesty of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his sensitivity and soft heartedness that he couldn't bring himself to tell them. Look, you've eaten I need to retire or can you leave some of the lives and didn't say anything? You just kept on going and checking? A lot of xojo reveal verses on the forum.

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Yeah, you can live in Luton or be

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open leavers do not visit the homes of the Messenger of Allah.

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And then the forverts until you are called, and then they do not remain seated after eating, aligned to see them and see them walk out of the alarm and not argued in front of the Prophet. Similarly, some of the Allahumma suggested someone as the head of the delegation, Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, listen to their opinion, and one of the law one

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recommended somebody else. So one set to the other By Allah, you've only recommended the other person out of spite and in opposition to me, just as not I haven't. They're both bigger, raise their voices and began arguing with each other Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even though he was a messenger of Allah, in their heat in their passion, they temporarily

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engaged in a heated debate and raise their voice and prophets of Allah remained silent. Allah has the will to reveal versus sort of the pajama. Yeah, you're living in a lot of feral as well, for assaulting Navy. And before that, yeah, you're gonna be an animal that will be near the lay. Oh, believers do not place yourselves before law who is a messenger and the next verse, are believers do not raise your voices before the messenger of law? In fact, forget his fault. One could say Well, after all, abubaker no matter the law and how his father's in law, some handle that even with his wives, he was a lot intervened on behalf of the Messenger of Allah with his

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prophets, Allah La vida, who was selling them on going to the details merely to play Kate and to appease his wives primarily have saddled the alarm and the others. He said, he told them, I make this harm upon myself.

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So to appease his wives and to placate his wives, what did he do? He said, I make this haram upon myself. Allah has the will intervene and reveal this as a sort of the heading yeah your home maybe your limit to have the mama halala luck, the

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or prophets of Allah. Why do you make

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unlawful and haram that which Allah has made hollard unlawful for you that the metadata as rogic merely seeking the pleasure of your lives? allies most forgiving, Most Merciful, but for the law? Hola. Imani como la Mola.

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Allah has made the obligatory messenger of a lot of Pon de la has made it obligatory on your messenger of Allah to unravel your oath

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To break your

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allies your garden, and then later in sort of the creme de la told action have sort of the Allahumma into tuba in a life of sort of

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LA for in the Lahore Mola. Who would you lead or Assad? Meaning what Amala quarterback?

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If both of you repent, then this is what you should do. For indeed your hearts did sway

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towards inconveniencing and hurting the Messenger of Allah.

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But if you don't repent, when de la hora de and if you both come together against the know that Verily Allah, He is his God and Djibouti, and the pious believers, and after them behind them, the angels standing God.

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So Allah intervened on behalf of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam with everybody sort of laughed at serrato smiles so modest and so bachelor, he wouldn't say anything. He would, he would remain seated, there would be a gathering, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would he what he needed his privacy he needed to go inside the Sahaba of the alarm in their eagerness they would remain seated.

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Here I'm eager to remain seated, I can see the agitation

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but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he needed to go the Sahaba of the lover and remained seated.

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So Allah subhanho wa he wouldn't say anything Allah azzawajal then told us Or how about all the alarm that

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are feeling

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of sorrow

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will come without dealing with a feeling Xu Zhu, Zhu Zhu Medina Moomin Come on money to set to rise, then rise, Allah will raise those of you who are believers, and the people of knowledge amongst you many grains of light appreciates your desire for learning a lot acknowledges your longing for learning, and your passion for keeping the company of the Messenger of Allah, but be mindful of his privacy. Be mindful of his needs.

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So Allah said he wouldn't say anything Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would remain seated, so calm, so quiet, Allah would intervene and told told us out of the law, when he needs to go, let him go. When you have to go, you go, leave his homes, let him go to his home. And it wasn't just the Sahaba, even his father in law, both Viola and Mama, Don't raise your voices to him. And not just the father and not just the fathers in law, even the wives and even the most beloved of the wives, even a shadow of the Allah, Allah warranting the Torah.

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And he did all of this on behalf of the messenger some of the love it was very sensitive, very modest, very bashful as to how to say he was more modest and bashful than a virgin behind the veil.

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That was hailed as a sort of law, and he set out so that's how sensitive he was. But Allah would always intervene and allow would always declare his love, that was his care for it. So that was, that was his attention and his affection for the Messenger of Allah. And here again, those verses were later in Medina, but even before in mocha, mocha Rama, Allah had already told him or messenger of Allah, be content. Your Lord has not forsaken you he has not abandoned, abandoned you. He has not taken a dislike unto you. Allah has always cared for you, Allah will always care for you. Allah has expanded your position, lighten your burden, removed your burden. And in fact, Allah has elevated

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your name and your mention and in response, in a reciprocal manner, or messenger of Allah, whenever you are free. tie yourself in the worship your Lord and only and exclusively to your Lord, you should make haste and long and desire no one but a lot. I ended this. I'm mindful of your needs and your timings. We are last panel with Allah grant all of us the ability to understand his verses. We are law makers amongst those who appreciate these teachings of the whole report. On of isn't abuse A lot of it for some of them. We are like enablers to love the Messenger of Allah as we should. But this is how loves him. May ally enable us to understand, to remain calm, to remain content, to

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inspired, and to remain comfort. Even when we hear of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being abused, of course.

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It's hurtful. It's painful, it grieves. It saddens it mad. But

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let's never forget how the Messenger of Allah responded, how Allah subhanho wa Taala sends us salutations and is Peace and blessings upon the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on how Allah has elevated as mentioned, and if his name is Mohammed, and he is.

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And his name is forever taken along with the name of Allah, and there are so many subtle Athens Salaam, all over the world, on him at any one given time,

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when we enter this world, and leave this world and make our journey through this world,

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by the name of Allah, and with the name of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ringing in our ears, and when we witnessed the love that people have, for the Messenger of Allah, some of the love it, some of them, this reminds me on on one such occasion,

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I won't mention the details but in in a Muslim country, where an Arab Muslim country

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where you have the two top football teams playing against each other in a football match in one of the tournament's

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and people are very passionate about football in this country.

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Someone from that home, he wants that the people of our country survive and thrive on just two things, jokes and football. So they love their football and

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footballers have

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a certain image.

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And even in Muslim countries, footballers have a certain reputation and a name and a certain image and a certain lifestyle.

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Subhan Allah when these two top teams were playing against each other in a tournament, that tournament, or that particular match took place at a time when there was a lot of controversy about something in relation sort of rule of law, some of the law, it was something where he had been abused. And there was a great controversy about that.

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Somehow, totally unexpected. All

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11 players from each team came out

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into the arena with special shirts. They have their normal numbers, rather than their sponsors, being displayed on their shirts. All of them had written in Arabic, both teams, all 22 players, for darker A B What?

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That may my father and my mother be sacrificed for your sake on messenger.

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The point I'm making is this is how deeply penetrating

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the love of a sort of loss of love it is into the hearts and minds of the believers. But even from those that you wouldn't normally expect. People show such passion for the love of sort of learning that

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Allah has instilled and embedded the love of the Messenger of Allah in the hearts of the believers be as they may

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be the body of Barbara Viola who says that was the man who used to play antics, and the companions have nicknamed him Hey, Mar, he would make people laugh and I told him for how would he make people laugh, he just played jokes, play antics, he would go to someone buy something

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and say, I'll give you the money later, you would go to the Prophet sallallahu sometimes he had a sort of law, he has a gift for you, the prophets of Allah, so we'll accept it, then the person will come to claim as money. So he would say Where's my money? Where's my payment? So, he would say to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam pay him.

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So he will place jokes and such. He will, he will have such analytics. So how about the Allahu nicknamed him and him out of the donkey? Unfortunately, one of his he had a weakness for drink, and repeatedly he was caught drinking and brought before us.

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Once someone said that, look at some time and time again is brought for the Messenger of Allah and yet he pays no attention. It does not assist prophets in the law, it was seldom said to them,

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Do not abuse them and what someone actually cursed. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Do not abuse him in that manner, for by a law.

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What I know of him is that he loves and loves his message.

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So the

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lover pursuit Allahu salatu salam is such that even in the hearts of the weak

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even in the hearts of those whose appearance whose behavior whose deeds, whose deeds was apparent character may not suggest such love. There is a deep embedded entrenched love for sort of lotteries that are tossed around. And that comes from a lot.

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And that is part of the meaning of what a fan

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we have elevated you're mainly your name and your mention. I ended this was the law of the manor after he was sued in the Vietnam War, the US Army.

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