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Man’s Toil & Misery A Tafsir Of Surat Al – Balad Part 2

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Riyadul Haqq

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Episode Notes

A detailed commentary of Surat Al-Balad containing the following topics

How those before us was tested.
The encouragement in the Quran to free slaves
Feeding the poor seeking nothing but the Pleasure of Allah
The charity of the Sahabah
What if family members sever their ties with you
What does patience in Islam mean

Episode Transcript

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Dr. Medina

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want to share one last

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one I

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saw some Lola Terada and he was the he was so happy about the Sleeman kathira on

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the street one regime

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in the law, a woman equal to who

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he was a

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lot

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later on Ebrahim

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the bar he made in the machine, a lot

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cradle machine

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respected listeners salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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In the last laughs, we were doing the sleeve of Swords sort of the bullet.

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And, unfortunately,

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we were rushed for time. So I rushed the end part of the sore, even leaving parts of the sword.

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So today, we'll just complete the song.

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I'm going to cover what's remaining.

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Furthermore, since I rushed the last part, especially the last few verses, the ones that I did do, I'll just go over them again and hopefully provide more detail than we

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gained last time.

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So just to recap, this is sort of a ballot

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also known as sort of locks in

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and some outcomes or one of the earlier sort of revealed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam when he first received profits in muckety muck

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I'll quickly go through the translation once more, and then I'll begin commenting on the few verses that are remaining

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sort of last chromophore Donna says love soon will be higher than better.

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name I do swear by the city

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one

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minute

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once you are lawful in the city

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where I live in warmer weather

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and by the parents

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and by the offspring

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la Laughlin in Santa Fe

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Verily, We have created man in distress.

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Literally here

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What does he think that no one will gain power over him?

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He says I have spent abundant wealth

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so what

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what does he think that no one has seen him

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an imager under Who

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Have We not made for him to our eyes when it's done on worship a day and a tongue and two lips. What are they know him that day? And have we not guided him?

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To the to clear paths.

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So why doesn't he plunge?

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Or why doesn't he scale? The SM

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ma that ARCA Malacca

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and what do you know?

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What is the ascendance for curato

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emancipation of a soul?

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are we filming the muscle

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or the feeding

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or feed in a day of hunger? Your demon van

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Makarova, an orphan

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who is of relation Augustine and vama taba

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or a poor man.

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One of the deaths

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from mecanim in and levina

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then he is of those who have believed.

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What a while so be somebody with a laugh, so be more humble

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than he is of those who have believed and who have counseled one another to patients and have counseled one another to mercy. What are you guys having me man, these are the P these are the companions of the REITs

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will live in a different area in our home is happening Mashallah. And those who have disbelieved in our signs,

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they

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are the companions of the left, or the people of the left,

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I don't even know

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over them

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is a closed file.

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These few verses were left, especially the last three, and I didn't speak on them at all. And the

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the other few beginning from

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October, I had to rush. So let's complete these letters today. And

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this is more or less the second half of the song. So in the first half of last quarter, Anna swears by the city of Mecca,

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speaks about the profits of the law legal system being hunted and lawful in the city. And I explained that this has two meanings of being planned one, that the or ah considered him to be lawful, lawful targets for abuse, for persecution,

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and for harassment.

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And

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the other meaning of Hello, is that this was a prophecy that a time will come when the prophets in the law legal system would be given sanction By Allah, to

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overlock some of the prohibitions of the sanctuary of Makkah, and that was only momentarily.

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Then after having sweat swarmed by these things, a lot speaks about the nature of man's creation and his existence on Earth, that it's with great difficulty, and it's under great duress. His existence is one of toil and turmoil,

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trials and tribulation.

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So that's his life, that's the nature of his existence.

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And yet men still seeks to make paradise on earth. And in that pursuit of happiness, in that pursuit of bliss, and that desire to make paradise on earth, man spends while he spends extravagant me and then he boasts of this too. And after spending so much and still not discovering that happiness and joy, he sayings that I have spent a lot of wealth I've spent abundantly

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in good in bad.

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And that spending of wealth ultimately leads

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to a sense of entitlement

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and arrogance.

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delusion, so that's the very nature of wealth. It makes a person delusional, it gives him delusions of grandeur, power.

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So Allah reminds him that does he think that no one will have control over him? Does he think that no one has seen him? Does he think there is no accountability?

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Then,

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last time, reminds me

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that

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look at the faders we have given

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we have given him two arms, a tongue, two lips, and

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we have guided him to the two paths now to clear paths of falsehood and of truth of guidance and misguidance of virtue, and sin.

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Now, these few things may seem rather simplistic to us, but in reality they represent they are quite symbolic and they represent a lot

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The power of silence

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has been I've given him two allies the power of silence, and the tongue, the power of speech.

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After millions of species, man alone is able to speak, communicate and converse.

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And we've guided him to the two paths. This is a game symbolic and reflective of man's higher intelligence, his consciousness and his conscience is innate and intrinsic ability to distinguish truth from falsehood, good from bad.

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Then begins the next section of the source for

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so why doesn't man Why doesn't he

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scale the

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enzyme explained last week

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actually means to plunge to rush into, to throw oneself out.

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Even to penetrate the ranks.

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This is real this is the original meaning of

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our last panel data doesn't say it in a mild manner saying fuck the hammer Napa. What Why doesn't he spend? Why doesn't he do good? Why doesn't he do this? Rather, the word is quite strong.

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And both words of strong. Allah says Why doesn't he man

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plunge an act of

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the

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ascent. Now there are many translations, I mean, that can actually be given for October.

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All of them are correct. And more or less, they all refer to the same thing.

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One is, APA is referred to as

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a very narrow,

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difficult to cross

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and beaten path high up in the mount.

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That's extremely difficult to navigate, and to travel along and to cross. And as a result of this, meaning all of them Why say that?

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They are many translations that can be given to Acrobat. And they are all very similar. Of course, they all refer to different things, but there's a common denominator. This is why the Arabs call all of these things Acrobat. And the common denominator is extreme difficulty.

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So acaba also means that obstruction in the path and obstacle so all of the things that can some of the things that can be called acaba are a mountain pass

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behind a grading

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a very steep side of a cliff or manned

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obstruction or obstacle on the path,

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a very narrow

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and beaten path high up in the mountain. All of these are known as acaba. So here the meaning of Acrobat

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is obviously not the moment and path or or the ascendant, or, or the side of a cliff. Rather, the meaning of Acrobat here is something that encompasses a common denominator of all of these things, which is something which is extremely difficult.

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And the meaning of being extremely difficult. This is a reference to the obedience of a law or doing those things that lead to a loss of pleasure, that lead to

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say, See the love the love. He wants to approach Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually referred to this hadith last week. And in the beginning of the heavies mentioned that he said to the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam, all prophets of Allah guide me to a deed which brings me closer to Jim, and makes me distinct from the fire. So, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him on one, you've asked for a great thing, an immense thing. But it is easy for one for whom Allah sees

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the obedience of Allah.

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Living one's life in a good manner.

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achieving good, doing good and gaining Paradise

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is not that simple.

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And that's why I saw the last a lot It was essays and in the silicon lahardee

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In the silica La Jolla,

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lo and behold, the product of a la is expensive. Lo and behold, the products of Allah is expensive.

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And that's the watts the product of Allah Jin Jin is expensive.

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In a verse of the Quran Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Quran, Allah Maya methylone Lavina Holloman obliqua masa talked about Sa ra was

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a poodle rasuluh under the name wunderino America Matanuska law.

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Allah says what do you think

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that you will enter Jin,

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even though

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the like of those days have has not yet visited you, the likes of those days have not yet visited you.

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Or the lack of

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the lack has not yet visited you, of those people who pass them who came before you

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must have told that sir.

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affliction

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and misfortune befell

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was a little and they were shake. So it's so cool. Oh, sudo Lavina Armando madhumita massamba. But even those who believed, and the message, even the messenger and those who believed with him, said, When will the help of a lock.

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So again, the verse hemans, but the words are in the masala here, But lo and behold, the must the help of a lot clubs, isn't that.

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But the beginning of the verse refers to the same point. Now what do you think that you will just enter Jim,

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without undergoing the trials and the tribulations and the tests of those who came before you, and who does alarm mentioned mainly the messenger and those who are with

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so even the prophets of Allah found

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and experienced and faced immense, difficult and hardship in life

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and the obedience of a lost crown of what the other wasn't as easy for them.

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And those that not the profits but the companions with?

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Life is difficult. the obedience of Allah is not easy either. The product of Allah is expensive. This is why Philip acaba, we can't just take the pain in our stride. It requires an effort.

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It requires great sacrifice. One has to

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muster great willpower

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and resolve. One has to practice with great steadfastness. It's easy to be swayed. So this is why ally uses the words follow up.

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Why doesn't he plug

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into the obstacle? Why doesn't he scale the sentence?

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Why doesn't it and the meaning is that if you imagine it to be a difficult mountain pass, it's imposing. It's an intimidating, it's foreboding. But if a person wants to reach the other side, one has to

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even with great fear and trepidation,

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squeeze oneself

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through that path and emerge on the other side.

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So last is Philip Hammond.

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Why doesn't he plunge

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into the

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obstacle? Why doesn't he scale the ascendance?

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Well, now that Arkham and Acaba and what do you know is the Acrobat is the assignment. So Allah then defines that

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the difficulty

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but a difficulty which, if negotiated, navigated, which have overcome leads to great relief and success, like any obstacle, like any difficult path, the person crosses it. You don't arrive at it in turn back.

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you overcome.

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You make a strenuous efforts and you try to reach the other side.

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So it's not easy once it's done once it's achieved after that beyond that lies great success. So here to Allah says the app Baba,

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what is the acaba, Allah mentions a few things, one, for karaca

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the freeing of a soul, the emancipation of a soul,

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or with film in the merkabah, or feeding on a day of hunger, your demon feeding who and often of relation on the skin damage,

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or a poor person of the dust through mecanim and Alina Arman, then he is of those who have believed what the last ob sock and who have counseled each other, to some patients, what the last oval murmur and I've counseled one another to mess with compassion. Last is law.

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These are the people the companions of the rights.

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So let's go through these few things of the Acrobat, which home Tz which leads to great virtue, great reward, great success, and great relief in this dunya and in

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one

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emancipation of a soul.

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Now Raka literally means the neck.

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So what's meant by neck,

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a purse.

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In Arabic, like in any other language, or in most languages, at least

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parts of the body is used to refer to the hop, the hand is used to refer to the whole, the neck is used to refer to the whole, we have that in English too, when we say giving someone's hand in marriage,

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but it's a part of the body is used to refer to the whole body. So here to Raka actually just means neck. So

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the freeing of the neck, the emancipation of a neck, what is the neck refers to a soul a purse,

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the freeing of a soul, the freeing of a person. And this is what's important.

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In these two words, literally and originally, there's not true meaning of slavery.

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It just means to unwrap to dismantle,

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to break

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to release to free.

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So fuck Cora Baba, to the releasing of a purse.

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So in originally in the two words, it doesn't mean emancipating or freeing a slave. It just means liberating and releasing and freeing a person.

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So anyone who needs Freedom,

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freedom from slavery, freedom from exploitation, freedom from oppression, freedom from persecution, freedom from them, freedom from injustice, freedom from Hots imprisonment.

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All of these are examples of a person's neck and body, soul and life being in shambles.

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To remove that those shackles, to unfetter them, to liberate them to free them from bondage, regardless of the nature of the slavery,

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whether it's legal, political, social, economy, whether it's subjugation, exploitation, any efforts and endeavor to free a person from what they should be free from, is an act of great virtue. And it's actually included in this verse.

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And it doesn't mean one has to be solely responsible for it. A better way

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to learn today

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relates to these in which it's mentioned that a veteran came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And he said to him your sword Allah, tell me something which will lead me to gin.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually began with the words with konasana. of

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the emancipation of the soul

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or the release of a neck of a purse.

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So the better we said the auto sudama on the both the same

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it cannot summer

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please

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emancipation of a person,

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or

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the freeing of a soul.

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So the veteran said the artist sort of latched on they both want the same thing. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Man, it's

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the emancipation of a purse. Or the freedom of a person is when you individually and single handedly liberate and free a person, by yourself.

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And for karaca is when you just play a part

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when you make a contribution.

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So

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as I said earlier, it doesn't mean a person has to be single handedly and solely responsible for that to manage emancipation and freedom.

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So for karaca, and at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how about the Allah, this is what they practice. This is what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam encouraged free. The slaves give people their freedom, when freedom, and even in muckety, muck around a time of extreme difficulty. So you're going to have a look at us a vehicle of the alarm

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freed many men and women of his own accord. And in fact, his father said to him, that's all my son.

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I see you freeing people from slavery. But the people you free are weak, he liberated he freed five women from slavery. So he said, the people you free are weak, they are helpless, in the sense that you've done them a great favor, but they can never repay your favor. So why don't you free strong, steady men who will come with us to you someday, I was father's advice to him. So I will walk out of the alarm setting or father of freedom only for the sake of a law.

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And that practice continued for this habit of the law in Makkah, and in Medina.

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In fact, in the last panel with Anna encouraged the believers as harbottle the law to free slaves, to emancipate people.

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And this is in relation to those who are actual slaves who are owned by others, lots of data and is a source of love, it will send them encourage them to free as many as possible. And even for small things in the Koran. If a man like

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his wife,

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to his mother,

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it was it was a particular phrase that the Arabs used. And

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by using that phrase, it was symbolic, and it was a reference to their separation and their divorce, they will normally say and the idea

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that the man would say to the wife, you are to me, like my mother, again, literally the back of my mother. So referring to a part. So mentioning a part we're referring to the whole. So I'm Dr. Leah cavani. Me, you all to me, like the back of my mother, and meaning you to me, You are not my mother. So if someone said that amongst the Arabs, what they were actually saying is that you are now as home for me as my own. So it was actually a divorce, or separation.

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But in Islam, that no longer remains a case. It's much more qualified, and there are rules about it. But one of the rules is, as I mentioned, some sort of animal Java, that once a person says these words, then in Islam

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the ruling is that

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the husband has to either now has to make a choice, either rectify those words by an actual divorce

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bites confirming it's insane saying it's and confirming it all by reconciling with the wife. But if a person does so, then they have to pay a fee or they have to pay a compensation.

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And what's a compensation law scramble, Donna says we'll have a new law

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Mr. Paul

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mypublisher

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determine

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that if those men who do the harm IE they liken their wives to their mothers and who use this phrase,

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three year old on an MRI, then they retract their statements.

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And therefore, they retract what they say, and they remain with their wives. They can't just remain like that. They have to pay a ghafar a compensation for what they have done.

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I will speaking about

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what's called

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concealment,

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and that's where the word the fire comes from, as well. Because the word Godfather, offer something which excessively covers and conceals something from the past. So that's how it serves and acts as compensation. If you commit to wrong, then you do a good deed. And if that good deed is good enough and sufficient and that is sufficient, then it will compensate for it will obliterate and eradicate the former ill marks of one's wrongdoing or sin. And that's why it's known as like a far and expiation

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compensation.

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The word godfather is related to offer Why is it called kuffaar? because it covers it conceals, it obliterates it removes. So Allah says if someone does the harm, then

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what's like a fara Allah immediate mentions nothing else for

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the freeing of a neck

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so if something as minor as

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someone doing the heart of course in itself may not be minor, but the it's automatically not a divorce.

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So even for the heart a lot paranormal Donna says the godfather of the expiation, the compensation is for the hero, the freeing of the neck of a person have a soul and even when one makes a promise,

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and they are unable to keep that promise, there is like a fact

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that you are loved loved with a monocle. Last season the Quran let him sort of reminder that you love love Buffy manickam What are you afraid to even take a photo it's Masaki lemon, Luna de

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familia

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de

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Baraka followed by a man that had after all a man, a law says, a lot of Nazis you

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for your vain oaths.

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And the meaning of vain oaths is when a person says, takes a last name in vain, I swear power, law, the law, heat the law, he will learn.

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So these are vain. Beloved, not sees your love, not hold you to account for these old taken in vain.

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Whether you are physically married to a man, but when you make a promise that you will do something or you will adhere to something or abide by something, then and then you take an oath.

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That's not taking a last name in vain you are ratifying

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your promise, you are sealing your promise with the oath of Allah.

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If you then break that oath,

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then you must pay compensation so far.

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So what is the kuffar? It's

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the feeding of 10 poor people

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of your average food, or even clothing

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or the freeing of a soul and someone who is unable to feed or to free them that afar expiation of

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an unfulfilled oath and promise is three days fasting

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lemma Laura mines is a man

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that be mindful

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of your thoughts, God you're

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so even if simple things such as

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breaking one's promise and having to pay the foreign compensation, or saying the words of the harm in marriage, which doesn't lead to divorce, but which then has to be quantified and the rules are

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Complex laws Chronicle what the other has prescribed the freeing of souls the freeing of people as a far as an explanation. So something as simple as that. That shows how encouraged the Sahaba of the law were by His messengers from the law alayhi wa sallam, to free people. So for kurata

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filming the Muskoka or feeding people. This is the second thing of acaba. Now acaba, like I said, it's not easy, it's difficult, it's hard. So the first one is freeing people. The second thing is feeding people to free people to feed

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to feed people, not just in feasts, or to entertain,

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for Yeoman, the Messiah, because even when we feed people, it's a gift. It's not so that I, when we feed friends, family,

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when we attend functions,

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banquets, or invitations, when we host and entertain, then this isn't an act of charity, it's not so that it's a form of idea, of course, maybe instilling loving one another we may be honoring one another. And that's a virtue in itself. But ultimately, it's not so that it's not challenging.

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Because as I said, that can hardly be altruistic, there is always a kickback. There is always again, Wi Fi people were in their love when their admiration when their recognition, we win their future favor. It's a currency.

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And this is what's important. currency is not just pound notes and coins. currency is not just a bank balance.

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currency is anything which serves as a means and a power for you to be able to achieve something power itself is currency influence his currency.

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position is currency.

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favors are a form of currency.

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And that's why in Islamic

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law,

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if someone gives Zika there can be no favor.

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And therefore when a person gives the girl one of the rules of Zika is, as I explained in thorough detail in cadavers occur when we commented on so here is the league, the league means you make the other person, the sole rightful owner of your charity. That means you've given it to them, they can do what they want with it, you have no right to question. You cannot wield any influence. You cannot demand anything of them. You cannot request anything of them. In fact, you can't even expect anything of them.

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If you do,

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even many years later, a lot of what Allah says your charity will be abolished,

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are a beautiful example of LaSalle believers, do not destroy does not abolish your charity,

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through two things, but men one through boasting.

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This doesn't mean boasting as an arrogance, or boasting to others. But more it means been men men means when you

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oblige the other purse,

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you make them feel

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obliged. You make them feel.

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You make them realize that you've done them a favor, man actually means announcing one's favor, especially to the recipient of one's charity and donation. That's one thing of that, too, is harm or trouble. And what this refers to is pressure.

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So when we give in charity, the two things are meant another that we must avoid is by boasting or announcing of our favor to anybody, especially to the person

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who is the recipient of our donation to make them feel obliged to make them feel as though they are indebted to you in any way that destroys one's charity. And to use one's charity as leverage in any way

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or to harm a person or to apply pressure on them. That is other that's the second thing that destroys one's charity. Another log gives the example that this is similar to

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a rock

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software means a smooth rock.

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Very, not jagad rough rock. So one means a smooth rock, a boulder, which is as smooth as a pedal

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away

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from one

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another that software on that smooth boulder or rock is soil. Thus

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for a Saba who was having

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such a heavy torrent of water or rain falls on that rock, what does it do? It washes everything away very quickly. For taraka who salda It leaves it smooth and bear

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like McKesson. What's the meaning of that?

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example? What's the meaning of that parable? It's a very beautiful parable. The soft one the rock is a book of one's deeds in the hereafter.

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The soil

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is one Southern,

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dry soil, not wet and not sticky, but dried us on the rock. That is one's good deed, one Southern Bahamas charity.

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It's there. It's not fixed. It's not ingrained. It's not embedded.

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In that person says it's there. It's registered, it's recorded. It's never going to go anywhere. No, it's resting very precarious.

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Anything could happen? a gust of wind,

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a torrent of rainfall, anything could happen. It remains vulnerable.

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And then Why will the heavy rain the torrent of water that falls on it? What is that? That is one's man and the other one's boasting one's announcing one's favor. One's leverage one's pressure, one's inconvenience and the recipient of one's donation.

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When it falls, what does it do? It washes the charity away, and it leaves one's book of deeds bear, just like the rock.

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That's why Allah then immediately says, like the Roma shamima Casa boo, they will not gain anything of what they have earned.

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So we may be depositing or we think we are depositing

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our bank account in the US with good deeds.

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But

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it's a fluctuating balance. And not only that, but it's very precariously rested any misdeed on our part, even after many years, could wreck or even totally abolish, the good that we have done.

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So

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when a law says here, oh, it's an arm feeding, it doesn't just mean feed in for the sake of bringing people along qualifies us are we filming the masaba in a day of hunger, of course, honoring people feeding and feasting with one's friends, family, and guests that has his own reward and virtue in another way. But it's not considered chat. Charity is always around filming the most cover or feeding on a day of hunger. When people are in need to feed people in need, without any hope of reward, no currency.

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Our charity cannot be a currency our gift cannot be occurrence.

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And that's why lamingtons mentions in a sort of the quoting those who will succeed in the alpha, what would they do? They would feed people when they fed people they certainly believed and they thought of themselves in the following way. In the moment in LA Landry, Domingo de la hora,

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we Fiji, only for the sake of Allah

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that

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we do not seek any reward from you, or even gratitude.

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That is the meaning of charity. When a person gives, and they don't expect thanks. If they even feel momentarily, that the person never showed any gratitude, the person never said thank you. The person never expressed any appreciation, then, is that what we were expecting from

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those who give sincerely, they're given such a way that they want to learn reedham income, just wanna support, we see no reward from you, nor even gratitude not even think

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And there's another beautiful phrase about giving your charity what to feed them in enforcing.

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Allah mentions that in the Quran

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what the feed them in unfussy him and giving charity how, what to feed them and forcing him with steadfastness from themselves with assurance from themselves very beautiful frames. What does that mean? It means that when they give charity once they've given it, sometimes a person may give any charity, let's say a person gives 1000 pounds in charity, and then afterwards, they may not financially feel the pinch. But in their heart, at least, there's an element of that, should I have given that much? What about if I needed some time?

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It is even the slightest regret, that affects one's charity. So the meaning of what the freedom unforeseen is, they give it to assurance from themselves. When they give, they give, it's gone, they are happy, that is not a moment of pain or regrets. That is not co parenting of regret, there is no hesitation, no reservation whatsoever. They are content, they've given their charity, in the name of law, they don't expect any reward or thanks or gratitude, nor do they even think about it again. Except How would this How about the allaahu think of their charity, they would give and they will be fearful that has accepted our charity.

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So

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that is when a person gives in charity and feeds people on the day of hunger?

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And how about the alarm? That's how they were their example was beautiful when it came to spending and giving feeding people in hunger. lightsabers in the whole report.

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Apparently unseres harbottle the alarm when the vena cava what will that or when email and they will probably him, you should warn him and Hatcher that you lay him, what are you doing a few saluting him at the mid mountain, we will fit all manner and forcing him what

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that one phrase we said all manner and forcing him What are gonna be him kasasa that they give privilege and preference to others over themselves, even though they themselves are in need.

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That is the height of charity, when a person doesn't just feed others in need.

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But

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they feed others when they themselves are in need.

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And this is why I'm saying we all feed each other. We hold feasts, we hold banquets we hold we honor people,

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family, friends,

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functions, we have enough to feed ourselves and everybody else. And when we feed other people, as I said it's a form of currency, it's a favor.

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It's a favor for which we expect payback later.

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Whether we get it or not, is besides the point deep down in our hearts and minds. It's a favor, it's a payments that we are making. It's actually a trade. It's what we call buyer a seller. But your seller means in the area where you pay first and you expect the goods to be given to you and delivered later or manufactured and given later. So we make the payments first. We feed people we give them gifts. This is our payments, we collect our products when the time comes, will collect our favor when the time comes. So

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this harbottle de la creme their charity was such that they gave selflessly

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your mama will die and your mom did with your African law here at ami both relate to him so you can borrow the alarm.

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You say his and others relate the same to

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that. Once the prophets of Allah it

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made an announcement for donations for charity.

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When he made that announcement on that occasion, I had some wealth. it coincided with me having some wealth.

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So I said to myself in my heart, since he was always competing with a worker of the alarm. He said this day I shall do

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if I can outdo him on any day

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It will be this day. So he said I took half of my wealth and the left half. And I approached the prophets of Allah, Allah.

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And Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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What are you brought? Is that the sort of law I have brought half? He said, What have you left is that oh messenger of Allah have brought half of my wealth, and I have left as much at home. So half since just then a worker of the law

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and the prophets of the love and even send them ask them over bucket, what have you brought? or what have you left? And he said, O Messenger of Allah, I have brought everything, and I have left a lot on his little school

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for my family.

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So one of the allama who said that, that by Allah I realized I will never be able to add to.

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So that's how the Sahaba de la gave.

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And speaking of this

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film in the midst of a feeding on a day of need, not just feeding others on a day of needs sincerely, without any hope of reward thanks gratitude or payback in this world.

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They would feed others when they were in need themselves. Imam Bukhari Imam Muslim and many others all relate very beautiful Hadith

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that one night, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was approached by a companion who said to him Yara SOT Allah, I am in great need.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent a messenger to one of the wives

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and inquired Is there any food at home to feed this guest?

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So the wife replied by alarm, I only have wat there is no food in the house, say Salaam to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and informed him that there is no food at home, only water. So he came back the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent him to another wife, one by one. He went to all of the lives of the messenger some of the love it was some of them. And this was these were the homes of the messenger. And he they all said, Give the messenger our Salaam and inform him that we have no food at home to feed his guests only water. So the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam made an announcement that who will

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feed the guests of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam who will feed this guest of ours? Something What the hell? I'm sorry, it'll be a lot more sprung up and hesitate.

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He didn't call home task

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and how unhesitatingly you sprung up and he said, I will messenger.

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Now the latter part of the Hadeeth will explain why he Mariska said he didn't call home he didn't inquire from home first. Because he arrived at home. He took the guest he arrived at home. And after he arrived at home he said to his wife almost eliminated the alarm.

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That

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Do you have any food in the house? A lot.

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So she said

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only enough for the church.

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So we've got her on sorry about the alarm set to her.

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That does not hold back with the guest of the messenger of love. This night, we are honored we have the greatest guest.

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So he said,

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dim the lamp.

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Put the children to sleep, put the children to sleep, dim the lamp

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and make it serve the food

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and make it appear to him that we are eating too.

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So they sat down she put the children to sleep. They sat down. They had no food whatsoever. And

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she dim the lamp

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and in the words of the heaviness mentioned some of them aerations that they were acting by lifting their hands to their mouths as though they were eating morsels of food.

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Yet they were hungry. The guests at

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the next morning the next day, would that have incited on the alarm or emphasized when my time arrived to visit the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he had a regular time as the other sahabat of your loved one that would regularly go to visit the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So when the time arrived, and I went see him, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him

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said to me, what did you and your family do last night? What did you do? What did you to do last land? So we'll put a hand inside of the alarm or momentary thoughts and he actually say isn't the narration, that for a moment I feared that my guests have complained to the Messenger of Allah about me.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam straightway said gibreel alayhis salaam came to me, and informed me that Allah has marveled at what you and your family did yesterday. And he revealed a verse of the Quran, where you fit all manner and foster him, what are gonna be him kasasa they give privileged preference to others over themselves, even though they are themselves in the

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none Allah ends the verse with the word when we knew enough, say, for now.

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And whoever is saved and protected from the greed and the avarice of his soul, and these are the ones who are successful.

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True, it's greed. It's greed that makes us hold on to everything that we have. It's greed that prevents us from sharing.

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Once we can get rid of that greed,

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then not only are we successful as a law, so we will be cleaning hearted.

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So the second thing of the October 1 thing is freeing people second thing is feeding,

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feeding people especially in when they are in need.

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And then Allah mentions feeding who your demons are Makarova, an orphan of relation.

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An orphan who is a closer who is a relative.

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Two things here one, the orphan. This requires a whole topic that's dedicated to just the rights of orphans, and the virtue of looking after orphans. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was an orphan.

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His father passed away before he was born while he was still in his mother's room.

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His mother passed away but he was only six years old.

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And he was left without a father and mother,

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or any brother or sister no siblings.

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So more than anyone else, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam felt and experienced and lived

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the life and the ordeal of an off

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and that's why he paid special attention

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to the rights

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of orphans

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and the poor arm only

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people all the time. It was quite common to consume the wealth of orphans in fact, it's that's been a common practice. orphans are helpless, defenseless, vulnerable.

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And one of the manifestations of their vulnerability especially during the time of the before the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that

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using their custody and the claim of bringing them up as an excuse, people would unlawfully take their wealth squander it consuming and squander.

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So, last panel with data in the program, warns against this in the strongest of terms

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in the law venia Corona and wireless via therma volunteer volman in the Maya Coronavirus.

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Macias Loma sorry, Allah is very those who consume the wealth of orphans unlawfully.

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They are only in the Maya Khurana fee but only him now. They are only they are merely

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consuming fire in their stocks

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and they will end to the Blaze.

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So

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the orphans there's a great virtue in looking after orphans in bringing joy to their hearts, not just to feed them and clothe them. But to even compensate for that love and emotion and attention and affection that they have lost at home.

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Parenting isn't just about providing food and clothing and accommodation. Parenting is about compassion, immense love, affection and attention, as the verse later says, that they encourage one another to make compassion a mess.

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So your theme and as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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and the custodian or the guardian or the carer of an orphan

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Wouldn't be like this engine.

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And he brought together his fingers.

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The second thing is that macrobert of relation,

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relation relatives are have always been given preference over others, even in charity.

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And there's a very important point here.

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Similar to Roman Islam plays a very powerful in goodness and virtue center.

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silica Raheem means

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the bonding of blood,

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the joining

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of kinship,

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in Islam, that praise that plays a very big part.

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And that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sayings,

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that if someone gives in charity to a relative,

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he shall enjoy two rewards. One the reward of charity

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and the other reward of setup

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of bonding one's blood and joining one's kinship.

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And if someone gives to a non relative then they should enjoy the reward of

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but opposite of the rat

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instead of the Russian is very important. This is why the idea of family of a family unit of a family the hierarchy of respecting the seniors have showing compassion and love to the juniors to the young, of bonding blood of considering one's family relations. That is extremely important.

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And a lot of warns about that in the Quran. Allah encourages us to be mindful of that in the Quran.

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In sort of the beginning, this is actually one of the verses which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to recite at the time of marriage, because it's part of the part of nica. And part of that is what he wanted to he wanted a home in the law of karma Alec merkiva. That fear that's a law in whose name you do ask

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for marriage of one another,

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well, or harm and fear, the relationship.

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Fear law in these relations to

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in this day and age, especially when a person

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feels a convenient dependence.

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There's this attitude of I don't need my father, I don't need them.

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I don't need my brothers or sisters. I don't need my relatives.

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That's because we feel we can be independent. We feel we can make our own way we can choose our own friends. We are not in need or in or dependent on our relatives in any way whatsoever. But traditionally, people have always been dependent on one another. This wasn't families was solace. They were comfort. They were protection. They were a fallback.

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So

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and it should be done sincerely. I've related the story before my father in law, he had a

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there was a scholar, I used to visit him. My father was very old who was on my father's teachers.

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And Father was very close to him.

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And I would visit him with my father.

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Father said to me, do you know how pious here's

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let me give you an example of civil rights.

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He said this teacher

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as is common happens in families.

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A family member, his own family member.

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That child

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was married to his child.

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In fact, his daughter

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so one of his relatives daughters, but one of his relatives sons, was married to his daughter

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and he mistreats

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And having mistreated her he divorced.

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And not only there's a long story, I don't want to go into the details, but along with and there was another son married to another daughter. So along with sons, mistreating their wives and divorcing their wives, who are his daughters.

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That same family member also confiscated his land,

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which he had in another country

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since he was here, and

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he never had access, permanent access to those lands on to that property. So he was left impoverished.

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And yet, every year I believe in Ramadan, he would send money to that same family member.

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So my father said to him, that they have done all of this to you. And you still send

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money for you still send gifts, you still send money to them.

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And his reply was silence. He said, whatever they've done, is between them and a law.

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But I still have a duty to practice.

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And as mentioned in the heading, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Lisa was a little bit more careful.

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When I was a lady, either, who was

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the reciprocate is not the one who bonds relations. The reciprocates it is not the keeper of kin.

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Or the bonding or the boundary of blood,

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the bonds of blood.

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And the keeper of kinship is one who when his relations are severed, he joins them.

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So meaning that he has all this virtue about keeping good relations, bonding blood and maintaining kinship with one's family members.

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It's not simply by

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reciprocation.

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whereby

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he does good, so I do good. He keeps it good with me, so I keep it good with him. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, This isn't syllable rushing, you are merely

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repaying, you're merely reciprocate, you just being equal.

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The last little the keeper of kinship and the bond or of blood, and the real person who exercise said, is one who, when the other person severs their relationship,

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cuts their ties of kinship

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removes their ties of blood, this person, despite that moves forward and joins relations keeps the kinship bonds of blood. And Panama, this example of my father's teacher, is a perfect application of that.

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So there's much emphasis in Islam. And this comes down to charity as well.

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How many of us would think that when it comes to giving in charity, we should give preference to those who are in need amongst our relatives first,

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rather than anybody else, we are quite willing to give in charity to people who are totally anonymous, and who may be 1000s of miles away, which is good. It's an act of virtue, undoubtedly, it's good. But for some reason, we tend to hide our wealth from our own closest relatives.

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And we would refuse to spend on them even if they don't need whereas in salt Baccarat, Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in that verse Lisa llibre, and one Lu Tibetan Mashallah Muslim when I am in a villa

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mala Allah btw

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when you're done with Mr. Keen openness to be eleonore are well armed salado aka, when you fall into the academic

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arena for about 30

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bucks. Well now you can live in sort of

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very long verse in which Allah praises the believers of many for many good deeds upon Allah before all of the good deeds that are mentioned in this lengthy verse. The first thing after belief in a man in a lie is what the man p gives an Arabic In the name of the love of Allah or despite the love of wealth, to whom the will of one's relatives will your therma

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Two orphans, one Misaki and to the poor and need, so even the Misaki and even the theme comes after one's own relatives.

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And then later Allah say What on earth are others?

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And who establishes the law?

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And who gives cocker

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spaniel that is just a repetition earlier on lots of what are the man? And here? What are the zakka he gives? Well, later on Allah sees and he gives. No, there's no repetition. It's very simple. What eponymous Allah He establishes follow Salah.

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And he gives followed Zakah. But even before Fub zakka, Allah praises, and Allah honors these people for giving in charity, optional charity knuffle without czaka, which is not obligatory. And the first category is not even soccer. So this isn't simply a question of giving the guards one's relatives, because sometimes a person feels that I have to give my soccer sometimes when people go around collecting the car for poor people in other countries, some people have a tendency to Sage's up late or you came to us, because we were worried where do we give ours aka. So it's like a duty that we have to do we have to perform. And we want someone to help us in that duty. Find someone to

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give us a guy, it's very easy for us, we just give the money and they go and spend and deliver it to those who are in need.

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But last, so even if we were to give it to one's relatives, it's like a duty fulfilled. A lot says not fettled zecca. But optional charity. The first category is that will pull by one's own relatives. So here the two are combined, giving feeding your team on the day of hunger, you're teaming them up and often have knee

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skin damage or a poor person have this can I explain what this means is that someone who's totally destitute, it can mean someone who's homeless because someone who's homeless, they sleep on the ground, on the desk of the earth, helping someone who's homeless. That's in the scheme

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of the test, helping someone who is homeless, helping someone who is so poor, so impoverished, so much need so downtrodden, that they are literally on the floor.

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covered and just

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helping such people

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is part of that ACA, you may not be easy, but Allah says you must plunge yourselves into this task of overcoming the ACA of scaling the ACA,

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so that you may succeed. Furthermore, last panel with Anna says mecanim and levina Arman. Then along with all of these good deeds, he is one of those who has believed there are many verses in the Koran we speak of this Mohammed Hassan whom in the Quran.

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Whoever this good man or woman woman whilst being a Muslim, whilst being a Believe me young woman, Assad had them in the current

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moment, whoever performs good deeds of the good deeds, man or woman, once being a believer, there are many such verses throughout the Quran. So along with giving in charity spending, feeding freeing from mecanim in a levina Armen, he is one of those who have believed what the wilds of sub water are sober and have counseled one another to patients and cancel one another to compassion.

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As I said last week, and even in the seat of sort of push ups, individual piety is good, but it's not sufficient.

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Because one has to ensure that one's surroundings, one's environment, one's company.

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All of these things are also good.

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A single rose

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in

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a garden full of brambles, thorns, weeds, poisonous plants, and bushes.

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Might be beautiful in my view, striking it single handedly may give lines and beauty

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to the whole garden and fragrance, but it's extremely vulnerable. And it's life is definitely short, because within a short time,

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the brambles the bushes, the weeds, the nettles, the thorns, will overwhelmed

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when obliterators

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so

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individual piety is hurt.

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We are always affected. We were affected by people around us all the time we were affected by our environments.

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So much so that we were affected by animals have eaten hardly. I've explained on many occasions, prophets a lot of sayings that boastfulness and arrogance, and haughtiness is to be found in the camel herders. and tranquility and serenity and composure are to be found in the shepherds.

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Why is that?

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The mean is that

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and others that

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the camel herders

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they spend their time with hands on camels are very difficult to control, very stubborn, very obstinate, very hard headed,

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temperamental and predictable

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and one cannot call camels humble.

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So all of that boastfulness, harshness, that temperamental behavior, he actually finds its way somehow into

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the camel herders and the shepherds they surrounded by sheep

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and goats. And they are so dosa

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cute, lovely, humble, serene, tranquil,

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double cyl obedient.

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It takes one little puppy to control the whole herd.

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That tranquility, that serenity, that calmness, that composure, the softness, that gentleness in the animals and the sheep and goats finds its way in the sheep, actually, in these lambs finds its way

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finds their way into the shepherd.

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And even now, people say, soon people, people when they live with their pets, they actually begin to act like their pets. And don't laugh. But a few years ago, I actually read something which I will leave you to investigate and decide that people actually begin to look like their pets. Not just behave like them, but actually look like them.

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So

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I'm just quoting, you can go and verify it for yourself and research the matter if it's intriguing. But Pamela, people do begin to act like perhaps lots of

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them said this, then that arrogance and boastfulness ought to be found in camel herders. serenity, tranquility and composure are to be found in sheep, so in the shepherds, so if a human being is so deeply affected, even by pets and animals, by sheep and camels,

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imagine how greatly we are influenced and how deeply we are affected how profoundly we are influenced by like walking, talking, engaging, interacting, intelligent, conversant human beings around us,

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full of ideas and thoughts with the exchange of thoughts, ideas and conversation Are we not effect are not affected by behavior observed behavior. So, individual piety is good, or one has to ensure that one's surroundings are pious and pure. One's environment is pious and pure. And only then when there is collective good. When next collective purity, collective piety, will it be healthy and beneficial for everybody? So this is what the show, this is what the Koran and the heavies both say, that one can't just suffice by saying that I, as long as I'm good, it doesn't matter.

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And the verse of the Quran, yeah, you heard in

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one day that the data

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that all believers concern yourselves with yourselves,

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lie to

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those who are misguided cannot harm you, as long as you have found guidance.

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That verse has to be understood in its proper context. And there's a famous hadith

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of abu

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allah and he said, I wondered about this. Someone approached him and said, What do you say about this verse? He said, You've asked the right person, I wondered about this verse. And I asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to me La

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Mancha. Now you should enjoying the good and

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You should forbid the evil and still

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shall

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do what your job only the raw

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you should enjoy in the good you should encourage you should discourage, you should forbid the evil. Until you see, when he mentioned four things he didn't use a term for. We mentioned four things until you see greed, the same shark, which came in that verse. And when you're shocked and upset, until you see greed which is followed

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until you see desire, which is obeyed,

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until you see the dunya being given, being given preference and everything. And until you see everyone being pleased with their own opinion,

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enjoying the good and forbidding the evil until these things happen. When you see these things, then you should concern yourself with yourself because there is no help. But it doesn't mean all over if a person find themselves in a place or situation where these four things are evident. And a person's not going to listen at all, then fine. But the meaning of the verse is beautiful. Yeah, you're under the enamel or alikum and full circle, oh believers, concern yourselves with yourselves loving.

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Those who are who are misguided cannot harm you.

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Either they, as long as you have found guidance. Do you know what the meaning of finding guidance is? According to who none other than the leader of the Sahaba of the alarm or even a walk of study of the law? One, he would say that the meaning of the day, unless as long as you have found guidance is a matter of being malleable from nothing. And

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the meaning of finding guidance is to enjoin the good and forbid the evil. So as long as you're enjoying the good and forbidding the evil,

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and you do your duty, then those who are misguided cannot harm.

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So it's not sufficient to be individually pious, one has to counsel one another one has to encourage one another one has we all have to remind each other and that's why what the was sold several they cancel one another to patients will also be mahamantra cancel one another to mercy and even in Sorrell class what are asked in Santa fucus illa Deena am unaware I'm in a slaughterhouse by time, man is indeed in the state of great loss. Except for those who have believed and have practice good deeds.

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What the worst,

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the worst,

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and who have counseled one another to the truth, and who have counseled one another it's patience and perseverance. So here as well, they've counseled one on its individual belief and piety is good. But we are also commanded by a law to enjoin the goods forbid the evil and enjoying the good and forbidding the evil does not mean necessarily mean in a harsh way, but to remind, to encourage, to discourage, to advise, to share to be concerned.

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And then, what's patience patience, we don't have time to explain in thorough detail maybe on another occasion, the patient sub in Islam sub in the Quran doesn't mean patience and English. Patience simply means patience normally, in relation to a misfortune, suffering or calamity. And sometimes we misunderstand patients to mean suffering in silence. That's not what patience is.

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Patience in the slum refers to

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the steps steadfastness,

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perseverance

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and the meaning of patience and calamity. And misfortune is as follows.

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Patience doesn't mean suffering in silence. If someone dies, what can the bereaved do?

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What can they do?

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They are helpless. They have to suffer in silence. They cannot resurrect the dead, they cannot revive the past.

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They cannot revive the deceased. They have to accept they have to suffer in silence. They have to accept somebody Islam is not acceptance or suffering in silence. So what is as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the in the submitting oola patient patience is only at the time of the first shock

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if someone learns of bereavement

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What do they?

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If they suddenly start wailing and screaming and become hysterical?

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And then later they calm down.

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That is not patience.

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Because as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, patience is only at the time of the first shock, ultimately, eventually, once the initial shock has passed, a person

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accepts.

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A person concedes defeat, a person suffers in silence. But it's one's reaction at the time of the first shock, which marks the character of a purse.

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If someone provokes you, and you react,

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and you may become abusive or violent, or uncontrollable, and enraged, and in one's rage,

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one behaves inappropriately, and later a person calms down as everybody does.

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No one can remain in a constant fits of rage.

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They wouldn't be here. It's just not humanly possible,

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once calmness and composure and silence later, does nothing to change the fact of how they reacted in the first things.

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So patience mean does not mean acceptance. Patience does not mean suffering in silence. Patience means perseverance. And the meaning of perseverance and steadfastness is that a person remains obedient to Allah, calm and composed and steadfast upon the teaching of Allah and the Messenger of Allah and even some of them, even in affliction, even in difficulty, even in conflict. A person does not sin, a person does not transgress a person behaves and that's why one of us have out of the love.

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He learned of a family member passing away, he was riding at the time, he stopped, dismounted, and perform Salah. So someone asked him that you learn of your family members death and you get off your mount a new perform Salah. So he said there's not a lot of Satan the poor. Yeah, you have Medina animals that somebody was Salah, in the Latin mass sabihin are believers seek assistance, through Salah through patience, and Salah. Verily, Allah is with those who are patient. That's the meaning of steadfastness. That's the meaning of perseverance. That's the meaning of sub sub it is not when a person reacts wildly at the first instance, I'm not speaking about death or bereavement, but even a

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provocation and then later calms down. And except sobra is when a person is unprovoked even in the face of provocation remains calm, controls, their speech controls, their behavior, doesn't misbehave, doesn't abuse.

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That's the meaning of sub and sub, the test of patience is always at the first shock. And that requires a lot of training. It requires a lot of self discipline and control. And we should try to achieve that's true, some were even in the face of provocation. One can continue to smile and remain calm

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and composed and not do anything wrong. Not does not say anything wrong, not do anything wrong, not to misbehave, not to react wrongly. That's the meaning of something. We should exercise that support ourselves and encourage and remind others to do.

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And those who have counseled one another to maximize compassion and mercy.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was

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the perfect example of compassionate mess.

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He was even asked to curse the enemy.

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When asked to curse the enemy, and the day of battle, he actually said,

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Allah has not in the

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long run.

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I have not been sent as one to curse.

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I've been sent as a mess. And he was I mean as of last season, I have some marketing I

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mean, we have not century except as a mercy for the words. And that means mercy and compassion to everyone. I was speaking about family earlier on children. Let us follow in the footsteps of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He showed love and compassion he showed me and

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is too young to old men to women to children, even tiny ones,

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even to animals, and what kinds of compassion and mercy to children not just to one's own children but to others children.

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And that's not that easy.

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Normally we grew up in massage.

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As I've said, on many occasions, we grew up in the masjid. So we will witness how parents would behave, how older people would behave.

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You will always see them especially in taraweeh Sala in Ramadan shouting and berating everyone else's children.

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Their own children are running around and

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wreaking havoc in the mystery.

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But they're always shouting at everybody else's children whenever their own. And then other parents shouts at other people's children, and never their own. How children can never do any wrong. We always consider other children we make many excuses for our own children, our own loved ones, but no excuses, no concession for anybody else. It's to some degree, it's human nature.

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even considering that, look at how the Prophet Sall Allahu alayhi wa sallam treated other children by Allah, He treats other people's children and strangers with more love and compassion than we could ever treat our own children.

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See, then I understand O'Malley called the alarm and he says, I served or solver last

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for 10 years. Never once did he say often.

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Never once did he berate me. Never once did he scold me? Never once did he say to me, why did you do something for something I shouldn't have done? or Why didn't you do something for something I should

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10 years.

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And he served. He was in attendance like a pageboy would run errands

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once he sent him

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So you went on to be a lover and seems like any child, I was reluctant to go so I came outside. And there were children playing so I began playing with them.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam realized that he was delayed so he came out and he found him in plain

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sight. So he came up behind him and put his hands on his arms.

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When understood the alarm and realized for the messenger sort of the love, it was sort of like I'm going I'm going

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so hard on law, and that was with other people's children.

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And as I mentioned last week, your mom or dad or the mom

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and ami both relate from see them and the light and sort of the Allahu Nkrumah Hussein's a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and this is normally the first Hadith which most students have had Eve hear from their teachers, it's known as a hot ether or some sort of Willy they have eath which is chain by precedent.

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So street ahaadeeth are chain. So the teacher does with the Hadeeth exactly as his teacher did with him.

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And his teacher receive that even the same way as his teacher received these before him. And there are many instances of change how the one of the changes which I even shared with some of you, when you're when you are present is the heavy form to live my bus of the a lot in Mojave, in which Allah subhanho wa Taala says to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that have the healer sonica daraja bit in marilena jamara what that do not move your tongue

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to haste and with the court.

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So I'm delighted my boss of the Allah Allah when he related this Hadith, he quickly demonstrated to the students how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would move his lips, to which Allah said to him, don't move your lips, don't move your tongue. So he would say that he would. When he received the revelation, he would read alongside your beat alayhis salam, and he would do, he would do as I'm doing for you. That's what I said. Then, he moved his lips in such a manner.

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So he recited under his breath, and he was moving his lips or he said anything and he moved his lips. So the students will have the light of the alarm. They did the same with their students. Their students did the same with their students. And this continued till today. So even we when we first heard this Hadeeth our teachers, all of them, move their lips in the manner of their teachers going back with a chain all

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The way to Abdullah bustle the love

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who moved his lips just as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam moved his lips, that's known as

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an ether or some sort of italica de lica, Shiva, the Hadith, which is chained by the movement of lips. So, this is the had either had ether or some sort of in a way, which is known as a heavy chain by precedents in the sense that this is normally the first heavy for the teachers relate to their students. So, the ethers urashima your hammer, man or woman fell out of Memphis Mr. profits on the love it who seldom said or are the Compassionate,

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The Merciful,

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the Compassionate,

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the Gracious is merciful to them. Your handelman Phil, be merciful to those who on earth. Memphis a man, he who isn't the heavens will be merciful to you. So, compassion, mercy, and then they have been plagued by law here in this province and the law and even some of them said, Allah does not have mercy on one who does not show mercy to the

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one who withholds His compassion from the people. Allah will withhold His compassion and mercy from him. And in the Hadith later Abdullah Mohammed now so the Allah Allah seems rb, again in dealing with E and O Buddha, he relates that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Muslim Yahoo Selena, we are Kabira policemen, whoever

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is not compassionate to the young amongst us to our young and whoever does not recognize the rights of the elder ones amongst us policemen now that he is not part of being in the womb of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam is to show love and compassion and mercy to the young and show respect

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to the seniors. Respect is part and parcel of our religion.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in this Hadith, whoever fails to respect our elders, and recognize their rights, he is not one of us.

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He is not one of us.

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As much more that can be said about the battle and here and let's finish off the sword Allah subhanho wa Taala says those who have these qualities, those who scale the ascent, those who plunge against the obstacle, those who

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squeeze themselves into this narrow path and come out the other side successfully. Those people who attempt the ACA and the APA all these things, then what is their award? all articles have been made. These are the people have the rights.

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On your monthly ama they shall receive their book in their right hands.

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For amendment or the equitable who will be your mean for your border. hutmacher Okita via

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one who's allowed essays and sort of Harker, he who receives his book in the right hand on the Day of Judgment, he still announced to the people come come and read my book.

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Verily, I'm sure that I have received my reward.

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And then Allah mentions quite a lot of his rewards and then what a madman udia kitabi chemin.

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And as one who's given his book in the left, then he shall wait.

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So aligns with the words will like us have Lima these are the companions of the right. One of the vena cava will be a Athena who was having Mishima, as for those who have disbelieved in our signs, they are the people of the left and even now most other over them is a fire closed.

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I won't explain this in more detail, because this has already been covered and even now most other in a similar phrase in sort of boomers.

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So refer to sort of the

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male last panel enabled us to stand making makers amongst those who do scale this and and who do attempts that occur and make us amongst those who are worthy of such deeds and have been of the right and being given our book of deeds in the right hand on your arm or something.

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He was sworn in the Vietnam human while he was sacked with huge marine chromic a lot more getting a shuttle alert.

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