The Quake Of Reckoning A Tafsir Of Surat Ul Zilzal

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Episode Notes

The commentary of this surah draws a vivid picture of the scenes of the Day of Judgement upon the quake of reckoning. The day on which all secrets will be disclosed and the earth will cast forth its burdens. Every soul will be resurrected and held accountable for every deed committed.
We learn the many forms of charity in Islam and we are reminded never to consider any good deed trivial or any sin minor. One should never hold back in doing good, regardless of its supposed trivial nature. Any good, even if it is equivalent to the weight of an atom, can become a means of salvation. On the other hand one should refrain from all forms of sin for every sin is major when one realises whom it is committed against.

Learn more about the quake of reckoning and the horrifying events that will surround it. Learn about the effects and damages of committing sin. Furthermore, learn about the important lessons of this surah regarding fear and accountability.

Episode Transcript

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a woman. So yeah, I

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mean, you have to follow me

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want to show the one law,

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he

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want to show that a normal human actor who was

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still alive, and he was the one you're so happy about, of course,

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a mother

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a law Muslim dada,

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respectively listeners once again, we gather for the

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seat of the Holy Grail.

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Having started from the

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end of the Quran, we've now reached

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sort of Aziza, last month we did sort of an idea

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sort of puzzles

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is the 99th surah of the Quran.

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It's one of the early MCQ consultants.

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And so the theme and topic reflect the themes and topics of the

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last panel without essays I will be learning in a sheet on their regimes

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zillertal artisans

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when the earth will be shaken

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it's great shaking,

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what Roger the earth

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and the earth will cast that its burdens are piling in San Juan.

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And when men will say what is

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your menu then

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on that day, it will reveal or you will relate its tables, but another bucket ohana because your Lord will have inspired your mailing list will now switch that

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on that day, people will emerge

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in groups the Euro Armada

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the start and disperse, people will emerge or come out dispersed later on.

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So that they may be shown their deeds from the Yamuna without failing.

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So whoever

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does an atom's waves of good, we'll see

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how many of them have been shoveling

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and whoever does an absence weights of evil.

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We'll see.

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That's just a very simple translation of the sore.

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Last time who would

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reveal the secret to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as I said in the early days of Marketo mokara.

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In the very early days of Islam,

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in Makkah,

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the audience of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was predominantly the Quraysh Mecca and those tribes who surrounded Mecca or who visited Mecca, in for trade or for pilgrimage.

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And so the Mk consolas have

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a certain theme,

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which is common to all the consultants.

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The language, the style, the topics contents. All of these are very different to the money source those sources that were revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, after hedger

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in Medina.

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Since Muslims when they are free to congregate, they have a communal life.

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They assumed various responsibilities

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they need

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A system

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that will regulate their everyday life. Many laws were revealed in the madonie period.

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Furthermore, the audience of the prophets of Allah and even someone was now much wider and much greater and diverse. It did not just consist of the Moroccan Arabs. Rather, word was spreading far and wide more and more people are traveling to Medina to embrace the

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prophets and the love and even Islam was now entering treaties, as a leader with other tribes, etc. So,

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the live from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam anonymous in Medina, was very different to their life in muckety muck aroma, and the contents things of the madonie suits reflect this, many rules were revealed. The laws were being addressed.

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We're of a much more diverse audience. And

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prophets in the law legal system also increasingly interacted with the Christians of Arabia and the Jews, especially the Jews of Medina.

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Furthermore, a new group had emerged in Medina, one that

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had no need to exist in Makkah, the group of them one after being hypocrites. So again, the these groups featured in the Middle East. But none of these facts were evidence in the muck and life of the Muslims. And so there were no laws. There wasn't a great discussion of any of these different factions and groups, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Muslims have to interact with.

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And therefore, the focus in the Muslim suit

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was mainly on

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the hate monotheism,

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a condemnation of idolatry of shellac

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and the practice of the pagan Arabs of associating partners and daisies with Allah soprano Horta. Furthermore, there was one of the theme of the Mk consolas, which was quite important, which is that the Mk the Rh,

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most of them did not believe in any life after death, they genuinely believed that

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there was no more

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life after death, there was nothing beyond death.

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Not in terms of the Muslim belief anyway, some of them had beliefs such as a spirits continuing continuing to live.

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Or some of them not all of them, and various other similar beliefs, but in general, life after death, and especially the resurrection, as we understand it, as Muslims understand that they have no such belief. So the nor do they believe in a day of reckoning or accountability after death. So along with the heathen monotheism in the Muslim students also concentrates on these topics of belief in life after death, in the resurrection, in the hereafter.

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And in the final hour of judgment, all of which the mccanns denied and sort of deserves, reflects the same theme also, here, overall, what we have in sort of reserve, which we will lead is a discussion of the final hour of judgment of the day of reckoning of resurrection, and of accountability in the hereafter.

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Now, this tool rather than 99 of the time, so it's also known as sort of 1007, or famously, and all sorts of

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profits in the long run evil seldom used to recite the sword are often

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in the sort of guy with which he prayed after with little solar hot times.

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It said that he would read a sort of exam and sort of clear your coffee room. So

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I'm sort of Kriya Yoga film. And it's also narrated that property in the law legal system once read, both swords insula with the companions. So he read the same surah in both

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in the first as well as the second book.

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So you can actually repeated sort of Zilla in the second row of the same seller.

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So it's also known as sort of

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Brazil's a sort of zealot and sort of zealot it was revealed in the early days of Mecca.

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It has been available since the

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last days

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when the earth

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will be shaken. It's great shaking, fire continuous also like to mention that the pseudo has very comprehensive. In just a few

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verses, it covers some of the key topics of

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the

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resurrection,

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the final hour of judgment, appealing to the creation to fear Allah, and most importantly, accountability. It's related by humble and

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others, that a man came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and said to him,

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give me something to read.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam suggested a number of different sources to him of the Quran, he kept on repeating something else, something else.

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Then he said, Give me

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a comprehensive surah.

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So the prophets of the love it was read this to him and say, you read it 1000s and 1000s out, and then he read the surah.

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So the man stood up, and walked away, saying, This is sufficient for me, meaning this surah is sufficient for me. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually said,

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a flower region. Indeed, the man is successful, the man has succeeded, meaning the meaning is that if he adheres to the surah,

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if he suffices with the meanings and the lessons of the solar, than the little man will have succeeded.

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And one of the most important lessons of the solar is what's mentioned right at the end, that's accountability. And from a human failing,

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all of them within Chava euro, which I will explain once we get there.

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So it doesn't zillertal

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when the earth will be shaken, it's great shaking.

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What

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are the heart and when the earth will cast out its burdens.

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Here the arm speaks of acquaint

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a great shaking an earthquake.

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So what is it referring to? Well, this can be best understood from another verse of the Koran at the beginning of sort of hedge, where last crown of war Diana says, Yeah, y'all NASA, Dakota back in Missoula, tussocky Avi,

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Yamato, Omaha to Heroku.

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With the Roku data handling

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water analysis, aka O'Mahony sakara. Well, I can add that olajide

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Graham says are people

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fi or law, be conscious of your law

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in zealot Assad to show you on alving Indeed, the quake of the hour

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is a great thing.

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On the day when

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each breastfeeding mother

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would become neglectful of her child.

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And when

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each pregnant one

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will abort her child.

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And you will see the people

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intoxicated in a drunken stupor.

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But in reality, they won't they will not be drunk, they won't be intoxicated. What I can live should eat. But the punishment of a lies Of

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course, portrays a very vivid image of the final error of judgment and this occurs elsewhere and

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in many different places and speaks of

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the

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final hour of judgment

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either walk it walk, leisurely walk it haka. Half the time half an hour Roger, Roger

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for Canada.

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Welcome as virtual

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currencies and soul to work when either worked or didn't work

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when the before in one shot before

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there is nothing to reject and belie its occurrence.

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Coffee that tomorrow

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it will be

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elevating and debasing. Meaning you will raise some and dip it in base and humiliates others.

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In our digital Adora Javelin, the earth will be shaken.

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And when the mountains a great shaking, and when the mountains will be crushed and crumble a great crumbling

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someone saw the Fergana but the mountains will becomes like scattered dust

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will come to salah and you will become three groups.

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So there are many different verses throughout the Quran which depict the same very vivid image of the final hour of judgment. But the closest verse to this is the verse of sort of hedge, where last quarter Allah says yada yada massive Dakota Baku Zilla decide to show you an Alvin are people fi or Lord For indeed the quake of the hour is a great thing.

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On the day when each breastfeeding mother will become neglectful of her child. And when each pregnant one will abort her burden.

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And you will see people

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in a drunk states but there will not be drunk. Rather it is a punishment punishment of Allah which is severe. So the same is being spoken of here. Allah says it as a zealot and others in Salah Ha. When the earth will be shaken, it's great shaking. So the shaking that's being referred to the quake, the great earthquake will be that of the final hour of judgment.

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On that occasion, something else will happen, what project in other words,

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and the earth will cast that it will throw out its bird.

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Now

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there's a very simple meaning to this, which is that

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both closer to the day of reckoning.

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And on the day of reckoning, the earth will open up

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and it will throw out all that it contains. This includes its gold and silver, its resources,

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its valuables. But on the Day of Judgment, it will throw out its burdens of bottoms, human beings will emerge.

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And people will come out of their graves

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that will be its greatest.

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But its greatest weight will cast out another thing which it will cast out its secrets that's mentioned in the later verse. So what

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are the heart and the earth will cast out its bed? Well, Carlin in Santa Monica, and manuals explain on that occasion. What is the matter with it?

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But the earth is coming out with everything. It's casting out all that it contains. And it's even shaking. And most importantly, it's revealing everything

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might even

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be

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on that day the earth will relate its titles

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and Arabic ohada because your Lord will have inspired or instruct.

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This is the first main part of the song that on the day of judgment

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on the day of reckoning

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once people will have emerged from their graves from their resting places and a mass in the plane of reckoning when they will stand before last panel

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on that day

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Initially people will deny

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people will choose to conceal their misdeeds.

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But

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on that day everything will be revealed. Not only will the earth cast out its secrets and reveal its secrets,

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but the innermost Secrets of the hearts will be extracted.

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Everything will be revealed. Allah says Yamato blesta

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from another human.

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In one surah Yama Tula Sara are on the day when all the secrets shall be revealed. So on that day he will have no strength

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and you will have noticed

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the surah which we did last month which comes after this sort of an idea

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what comes at the end of that sort of

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a fella yeah no more either Warren Murphy award was

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in

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the lobby does man not know

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when that's which is in the graves will be will be scattered.

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Well, hustler Murphy Soto, and that which is in the hearts will be extracted,

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everything will be revealed.

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And man may choose to conceal,

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to harm to deny, but everything will testify against him,

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his mouth will be sealed initially, and the limbs of his body will testify against

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In fact, the earth will testify against them. And in relation to this again amounted to learn later.

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On the day of reckoning

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number relates to the source of the prophets and the love it for some of them said

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at the room. Do you know what the tails of the earth will be or what they are? When the Quran says Yama is in Bara? On that day when the earth will relate its tails

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to Bruno Mars

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Do you know what its tails are?

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So this How about the a lot who said no Yasuda law. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said on the day of reckoning, the earth will testify against man saying that, on this very spot.

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On on this occasion, this person committed such and such.

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So the earth will reveal its sequence. Its innermost secrets of treasures, its resources, its minerals, its riches,

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its deposits

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of both metals and men.

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It will cast out its burdens of the buried and it will also reveal the secrets of the deeds that will perform that will committed on its surface by him, you will actually testify against

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your amazing hobby and not ohada and this will be because Allah will have command.

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Man will actually say the same to his limbs, he will run straight with his limbs and protest saying Why do you testify against me?

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And they will reply by saying and ducking a lot under the under kakula shade. But that law who gave speech to everything has given a speech and the power of speech has given us the power of speech and the command speak this thing.

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So the earth also will testify. Be unarmed? Oh Ha Ha because your Lord will have commanded us

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you're amazing your store will now start on the Euro Armada on that day, when the earth will reveal secrets people will emerge in groups dispersed

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How will they be in different groups? How will they be dispersed? Well as I said the Quran explains itself different parts of the body

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explain different other parts famous saying see them or

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the poor parts of it clarifies the rest. So so the work there which I recited earlier, very similar beginning

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work there leads to the work at the haka hospital to Mahavira

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Our Regional Director

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for Ghana taba.

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Welcome, as well Arjun Fela first how many miles have a main Manor? What's how much Emma D amounts how much was the coolness, all order.

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Allah says, when it

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when the befalling shall before, when the great occurrence shall shall occur,

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there will be nothing to belie or to reject its occurrence.

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Half is

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that great occurrence alive speaking of the hour of judgment, that greater currents will base and humiliate and disgrace and lower sun

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and it will raise and elevate others,

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when the earth shall be shaken, a great shake, and the mountains and will be crushed and crumbled, a great crumbling

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some sort of forgot about them, but they will become like scattered dust, while quantum as word and philosopher and you will be three groups or have three kinds. And what what three cans so what am continues and sort of work for us, however, may minut amounts have made money. So the people have the rights, how grates will be the people have the right.

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What's happening, I'm at the mouse hub.

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And the people of wretchedness I on the left, how wretched will be the people of the left.

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What's up, there's two groups, and the third was Serbia, corner cervical.

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And the foreigners, they are the foreigners, or

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these are the ones who are drawn close to Allah. So you have the people of the rights, the people of the left, and then you have the elite of the people have

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a cervical massage. So these are the different groups. And that's exactly what's meant here, that you're maybe a student nurse or a staff and you're

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on that day when people shall emerge, dispersed I in different groups.

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The good

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people have the right, the people of the left, the elites or the people of the right.

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And no matter which group they may belong to, they will all emerge Leo the home so that they may be shown the ad

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from a young woman with all of the rotten hair.

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Color, shoveling. So whoever does an atom's weight of good

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he will see it.

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And whoever commits an atom's weight of sin, or evil will see it.

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This is probably the greatest lesson of the sword.

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Accountability on the Day of Judgment.

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We've done a number of Silver's recently, all of them speak about the hereafter and accountability. Last month we did sort of around the earth the month before we did sort of

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that's very similar. Ariana mela party

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you can ask

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for a man and

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he should arrive there was a moment

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for

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me

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according to

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a striking one, the great blow the great knock

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watts of the great blow.

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And what do you know the great blow

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on the day when people will be like scattered moths.

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And even the mountains

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will be like carded wool.

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And then straight away Allah says, For a moment football akula Xena, so as one whose scales are heavy than he is in the life content.

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And as one who scales our lives for more

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than his abode or his destination, or his place

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is the pit

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and what do you know of it now, a blazing raging fire.

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So again, the sort of

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little cloud, which we did two months ago, which is the third sort of have to what the second sort after there's a first order is sort of the idea or the, the pattern is very similar.

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Law speaks of the day, the hour of judgment, the day of reckoning,

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a lot depicts and portrays it with vivid imagery,

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and then immediately, accountability. It's very simple, where the scales are heavy, will succeed, whoever scales Our lives will perish. Then, similarly in the next war, which we did last month, at the beginning, imagery, and then finally Day of Judgment, and accountability and reckoning, for lay out what I said, I'm Matthew Ward, hosted Mr. festival in Vimeo, my sob

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does not know that when that which is in the graves will be scattered, and that which is in the hearts will be extracted.

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Indeed, your Lord, indeed their Lord is well aware of them on that day.

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The Quran focuses on drawing people's attention to the hereafter to life after death, on realizing that, this life is nothing compared to the life of the hereafter.

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Even the profits of the law highly similar, in sort of law tells them

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what on earth to hire law criminal law

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Well, so, for your book,

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even to the most beloved of his creation, a law says surely the later life is better for you than the fourth.

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And your Lord will give you until you are.

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So Allah promised to make his prophets content by giving

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but not in this dunya in the

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there are many such verses and swords throughout the world and in which all our focuses on creating this awareness but um, focuses on creating awareness of accountability recognize

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in the hereafter standing before

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and in many different ways.

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I mean, this sort of a sort of laughs a lot Riley who suddenly

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identified these two final verses, as a set a single set from a yam and Miss parlez.

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Amin yarraman

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shunya, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam deflated by namdhari and others. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was praising and extolling the virtues of

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the horse,

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in respect of its key.

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And he was explaining that if

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a key part of the horse the owner of the horse, he feeds, it looks after it keeps says in the obedience of the last panel with the honor, that it will be a reward.

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And someone who keeps it from the disobedience of a law

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it will be a burden for him.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what, since he was speaking about the horse, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked a question by someone about donkeys.

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But what does he have to say about the donkey?

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Well, the same flower.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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I do not find anything to say about this.

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In the eye, Jeremy I can further Oh, are in the heart of the ayat and for that

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I do not find anything regarding this except this single, comprehensive, unique verse of the

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fermion with all of them within hailing Amit

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Shah,

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whoever it is, an atom's weight of good will see it, and whoever commits an atom's weight of sin will see it. What the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is saying is that this single, comprehensive,

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unique verse of the

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the two are considered one verse a sect.

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The single comprehensive, unique verse of the Quran gives you the key to the lessons of life.

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It gives you the key to understanding your relationship.

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It gives you the key and the answer to any question,

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any item, any instrument, any deed?

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What if I do this? What if this happens? What if that happens? What about this?

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A lot. So john has given us the ruling, the standard, whoever does atoms weights of good will see it, and whoever commits and atoms weight of sin, we'll see.

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For me, with all of that,

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I've translated as Aksum.

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In Arabic originally, that means anything, tiny, small. So an end is actually called

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an insect is called valorar.

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a particle of dust is called that a

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grain of sand is called that.

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I've explained before that, if a person is seated,

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he can't see the dust rising or falling in the air, I mean, the smallest specks and particles of dust. But if a person is sitting at an angle, and there's sunlight,

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through the window as a shaft of land, and in that shaft of sunlight, you can normally see tiny specks, rising and falling, or floating. Each one of these tiny specks is also called a vertebra.

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So in essence, the Arabs would call the smallest thing known to them as a verb. That's why in modern Arabic as well, that is referred to as the atom, the atom is referred to as that.

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So, no matter how small it may be,

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including the weights of an atom.

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A person does good to the weight of a maximum, he shall see a true or a person commits sins to the weight of an atom, he or she shall see that punishment, and everything will be revealed before people, no one will be able to deny. And this is a comprehensive verse, it tells us what we need to know. The man, someone asked the prophets of Allah, it wasn't about donkeys. He said, I do not find anything about it except the single, unique, comprehensive verse of the Quran. It provides the answer for you, ie the prophets and the love it was was saying that I was speaking about horses.

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I wasn't speaking about donkeys. But if you want to know about donkeys, then indeed, the same rule applies here. If you do good, even to the weight of an axiom, you will see a chore. If you commit a sin, even to the weights or the measure of an atom, you will see its punishment, you will have to account for it.

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This is an extremely important

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less than that can help us have a look and sorry, that can help us overcome

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one of the greatest misunderstandings of religion, which is

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to treat some deeds as important, as obligatory and to ignore and neglect harassed.

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To pick and mix, to be selected

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to do only what's prominent and salient.

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It's become customary

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to believe and to practice.

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Only some of the most apparent and salient teachings of religion, such as prayer.

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So

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we pray, we fast the golf pilgrimage. We're given charity

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and we treat these as the hallmarks of pirates.

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The Koran itself has warned against and sort of Bukhara laser run to one blue machine.

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Well, I am Anna Bella who will Yami

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V will

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be here will Cordoba, our Misaki. And open the speed was eleonore Federica. Welcome salatu wa occur when there was slavery in a few bucks. It will

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buffs will love you

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solderable what will go home

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or an SES?

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It is not piety, it is not virtue. It's not righteousness, that you turn your faces towards the

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east or the west.

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Meaning in prayer.

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ritual prayer

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is not the mark of piety in it's not only it's not the only market pie, it's

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rather, the Quran continues virtue and piety and righteousness are of that person who believes in Allah, and in the final day, and in the angels, in the book, and in the prophets. So a person believes in all of these things. Furthermore,

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what are the manner

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spiked the level of wealth or in the in the name of the love of Allah in the love of Allah and In the name of Allah. He gives wealth to who portal by Alma Sakina. openness, Sabine was Lino for the report he gives to the orphans,

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to the relative to the relatives First, it gives to the relatives, to the orphans,

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to the poor, and needy,

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to the traveler, to the beggars, even in the way of freeing slaves.

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And who establishes Salam gives an interesting question.

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A lot already speaks about giving wealth. So the first thing he mentions after correct belief is, it gives wealth to the relatives,

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but orphans,

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to the poor and needy, to the destitute to the beggars, in the way of freeing slaves.

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Then he says, and he gives, and he establishes Salah, and he gives.

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So, isn't that or is it just a repetition?

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Hasn't that already been covered?

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In the previous categories that the plan is repeating, he establishes the law and he gives a gardener, quite simply, when he say when a law says what a farmer sought out or what others occur, and he gives, he establishes Salah, and he gives.

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He mentioned that as being obligatory, he establishes oblate, obligatory Salah, and he gives obligatory Sokka. But before mentioning obligatory aka alarm mentions, optional charity, even before obligatory circa to help all of these different categories.

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And then it's not just this

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one form of it, or am continues, that piety, virtue and righteousness of that person of those who fulfill their promises, when they do make a pledge,

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or savina feel about safety or

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those who remain patient and perseverance in good fortune and in collapse,

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the bats and bats and even in conflict. These are the ones who are true. These are the ones who have done again, one single verse, what does it show that religion, virtue, righteousness and piety are not just about facing the east or the west in ritual prayer, but religion consists of so much more.

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We perform only certain things as good

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and we hope for the reward, but we neglect so much more.

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We abstain and we do the same when it comes to sins, we abstain only from certain sins.

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And these sins are now regarded as being the greatest sin.

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And yet there are other sins which are of an equal measure, in the sight of Allah have an equal gravity in the Quran and the Hadith that we ignore them.

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So the greatest rule is from a young woman with part of the Latin sailing era. When we

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are on speech, first of all of good whoever does a maximum rate of goodwill feature

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we could

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spend days discussing that

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Are these on this topic? There are so many. But just to give you a summary of some of the things

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that are

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considered insignificant and trivial, yet hold a great reward with the last panel with one should never hold back from doing any good.

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We, early a few weeks ago to three world form of art actually when we were discussing the ethos of evil.

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We came across a number of heavy fan as well, one of them. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Let's not

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any

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Muslim woman,

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consider it trivial

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or insignificant, to give a gift

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to her neighbor, even if it's the hoof of a sheep,

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even if it's the home for the sheep.

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So,

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normally, when a person wants to give a gift, someone else they aim to give the best or something valuable.

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If a neighbor wishes to give food to the neighbor, then they hope for it to be the best.

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And sometimes if a person feels that, how will they receive this? How will they take it? What will they understand?

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Will they consider a good or bad?

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How will it How will it look? If I give only this much, or this thing as a gift? Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said ultimately he didn't say this, but ultimately what is the thought that counts?

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Let not any Muslim woman

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consider trivial or insignificance, giving anything as a gift to her neighbor, what or filson or SHA, even though it may be the hoof of

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a sheep, even that much in another country cover the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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there are many deeds that have been mentioned. In fact, in one single day with a good number of deeds have been mentioned. And all of these appear to be very insignificant.

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In one hand, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said it doesn't matter what over

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fear

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or guard yourselves, he doesn't mean fair actually means God, God yourselves against the fire of Jan. well over, Tamara, even though it may be through a piece of a date, not a whole date, but even if it's just a piece of it.

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It doesn't matter what overshift

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In fact, once on what minion and shadow the alarm rang her, she gave someone a single grape, not a bunch of grapes or a cluster, but a single grape.

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And then she said, comfy Hammond with barley harmony, many weights of atoms of good there are in this one single grade.

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And she was referring to the same person that

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never gave a cluster or a bunch, but just one single grade.

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lesson is do good, wherever it may be. However, it may be no matter how much.

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In fact, the Mojave province and Muslim Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam relates that a man was walking

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when he came across a dock

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that was pimped. So there was a weld, but the weld was deep.

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And the dog was buying the well but it didn't have it didn't take the risk of jumping or plunging into the weld because it wouldn't have been able to command.

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So there was a dog by the well.

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A man passed by and he saw it.

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And he realized that the dog is panting out of thirst

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and rolling its tongue.

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So the man said, The dog is thirsty.

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He descended into the well and he had no pail or buckets

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or container. So he took his boots or leather socks that are fit to walk him

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and he filled them with water and holding it up. He came out of the well and he gave water to the dog to drink from his off from his leather sock.

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Sula, some love Idaho some seasons have been recorded by mumble hiding a man Muslim in their house and by others, that Allah subhanho wa Taala forgave him all his sins for this one single act of kindness to a dog.

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Just one single act of kindness

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to attack

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prophets the lightning was some also related another story again in

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related by both Wahhabi and Muslim, that a woman was a prostitute.

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She gave water to a dog to drink.

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In a similar manner, Allah subhanho wa Taala forgave all her sins and granted her entry into genma. Simply forgiving water to a duck. Obviously she wants to repentant as well. But for that single act of kindness, love gave her her sense. So how about the lover who explained the other sort of law? Do we receive a reward in animals? Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah will give you a for you that is a reward in every living thing.

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humans or animals,

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mental beasts, under the heading the man was walking, he saw a branch of the tree that was in the middle of the road,

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affect large branch

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which could have hurt someone or obstructed someone's path or inconvenience them. And he actually thought this that this will inconvenience or hurt someone. So let me move it. He moved it. Allah subhanho wa Taala forgave him his sins just for that one act of consideration a public service

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in another province a love it who seldom says

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he Muslim and others

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that don't

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have to be watching Felipe and in other narrations be watching you.

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Do not consider any good deed to be trivial or worthless or insignificant, even if it may simply mean that you meet your brother with a pleasant face.

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That is an act of sub. Smiling is an act of service.

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meeting someone with a pleasant face is an act of service. In another Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, do not consider any good deed to be trivial and insignificant. Even if it may simply mean you pouring water from your pail or buckets, to the smaller container of your breath. So someone else's there.

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They've got a smaller container, they want water, you've already drawn the water. So you've already got water in your pail. You could think if you mentioned a scene in that setting, so people are gathered by a well and one person has taken water from the well.

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And it's in his buckets. Maybe he's about to leave. Another person is standing there with his container or with his buckets, smaller buckets or a smaller pot or container.

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You've made space for him he can fill it himself. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said No, do not consider any good deeds were trivial, even if it may simply mean that you've already got water in your in your pail in your bucket. You pour water from your buckets into a smaller container. That is an act of service.

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A smile is an act of service.

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meeting someone with a pleasant face is an act of service.

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pouring water from one container to another is an act of Southern

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service.

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In under the heading of profits in the law, it seldom said the best of all people is the one who provides the most benefit to

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the best of people is one

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who is most beneficial to the people

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that are so many acts a good word is an act of service.

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In fact, in the Quran, Allah says Allah Marabou former Philip don't hate him instead of Athenian bow her

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own mouth a good word.

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Well, my fear

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and forgiveness

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Hi, you don't mean soda coffee yet borrow her other

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Good word and forgiveness, ie seeking forgiveness are both far better than charity, which is then followed by

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trouble or inconvenience. ie What this means is a person gives someone charity, and then uses their charity as leverage

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or reminds the person of their kind favor to them. That is her. That is inconvenience. That is taunting.

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That is reminding the past that is boasting of one's favor and using as leverage, making the other one uncomfortable placing the other under an obligation and further reminding the other person of their need and of the impoverishment of their dependence on charity.

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All of this put together is extreme trouble. It's other.

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That's the meaning of trouble. That's the meaning of inconvenience and hurt. So the forum says, if someone approaches you and say, Can you help us if you were to decline,

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but do so in a good way, such as you say a few kind words to them, that Look, I'm sorry, I'm unable to help you. I'm sorry, I can't. I wish I could. But I'm unable to.

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Or even if you have the means, for whatever reason, you don't

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have a good word, instead of rebuffing them, or silently rejecting them, making them feel better.

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And saying a good word or more fit than he actually means seeking forgiveness, and apologizing for not being able to help them. This is far better that the person goes away empty handed, and you apologize for not being able to help them, you make them feel better by extending a good word to them. This is far better than you actually giving some charity to them. And then later on using that as leverage and causing them hurting pain through some older model, former Philip Edelman Southern Cooking is

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a good word is Southern. That in itself is an act of charity. Sometimes a good word is better charity by the text of the Quran, then actual military chat.

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One man came to the in fact in that same Hadith about guard yourself against the fire, even though it may be through a piece of a date. In one narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, and even if he is unable to give a piece of a date, he doesn't have the means to do so than for the Kadima to play other than with a good word. A good word is an act of service in itself. One man came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said got a sort of law Tell me of good deeds. Tell me if something I can do. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him various deeds.

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prophets, he took each one he kept them saying, What if I'm unable to do it? What if I'm unable to do it? So the prophets of Allah Heidi Salaam kept on reducing the deeds? What if I'm unable to do this, finally, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him

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that

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protect the people from your evil, even that is an act of service.

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Meaning if you are unable to do any good,

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if you are unable to do any good, then make sure you don't do anything bad to anyone.

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Preventing yourself from hurting people, preventing yourself from doing anything wrong to the people, that if you do it consciously, that in itself is an act of Southern charity.

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He said that you save people from your evil, that in itself is charity for you.

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Whatever could be too. There are so many things mentioned in that happy walking to the machine. A single step, a single date in charity, a single good word.

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But it's so much beauty in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teachings

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even when it comes to those who are ill.

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prophets, Allah Allah it says when you visit someone

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who is ill

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then say something good to them.

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For even though it does not change any reality, even though it does not change anything,

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it makes him feel better.

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And that in itself is good.

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Making the fair person feel better. If you are unable to help someone in charity Olimar who say a good word, when you meet someone meet them pleasantly, all of these are acts of charity.

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bring joy to yourself, bring joy to others, bring joy to others bring joy to yourself.

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Smile, say a good word be pleasant gifts, the law,

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every single act, in fact, and somehow the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sayings, that for every bone and joint in man,

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there is an outstanding subject and obligation of charity every single day.

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So for every bone, every joints we have in our body,

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there is an obligatory payments of Southern charity,

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and an upstanding duty of Southern charity, on that every single joint and bone of the body.

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But that upstanding duty is fulfilled. And that obligation is waived. And that charity is paid,

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not through monetary terms, but through good deeds.

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Every will do every seller, every step towards the machine, every act of charity, every good deed, every good word, every aid and assistance towards others. All of these are single, albeit small acts of charity, which one by one, gradually waive the obligation of Southern charity, which is outstanding as a GT on every joint in parts of the body.

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However, similarly, just as Allah subhanho wa Taala, Allah May reward someone on the smallest of deeds, Allah may also see someone and hold them to account and punish them for the smallest deeds. And that's the second part from a yam and all of them within shoveling.

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No one should be contempt.

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No one should be confident, no one should be complacent.

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For one of the and what's the reasoning behind this, the reasoning is very simple. When a person commits when a person does a good deed,

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they do it for the sake of Allah Subhana. Allah, Allah rewards them for have for that consideration for having done that, for the sake of Allah in the name of Allah for the love of Allah.

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When a person commits a sin, even though the error, the misdemeanor, may appear to be minor,

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how is it seen in the [???]tier

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the way it is viewed, is not simply that this is a minor misdemeanor,

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the way it is viewed is that this was a violation of last command.

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So when a law seizes and punishes and holds that account,

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it's his for that relationship, it is for the violation of his command. This is why some LMR say, Do not ever get into the debate of whether a sin is minor or major.

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Because every sin is major when you realize who you're sinning against.

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every sin is major, when you realize who you are actually sinning against.

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Imagine if someone flips a finger

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on your nose

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and simply did this.

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A person would feel that their person has been violated.

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True.

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And what if you remonstrated and you protested and you said, Well, how dare you What gives you the right Why did you do that?

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And then the assailant

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justifies their action

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and then begins

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protesting to you, but why are you so defensive? Why are you so annoyed and upset, it was only the flick of a finger. It wasn't a punch. It wasn't a slap.

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That's to add insult to injury, and indeed it may not have caused a wound or an injury. But it's a matter of principle. You may have just flicked your finger

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He might have just irritated me slightly without causing any wound or pain.

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But how dare you What gives you the right to violate my person to assault me to even touch me.

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So whether it's a punch or a slap, or the flick of a finger,

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the way we view it is that you violated my person, you violated my privacy, you violated my protection.

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In a similar manner, when it comes to the disobedience of lots of water and sinning against them, we can't use rationale or reason.

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We can't be

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mathematical and calculating in our disobedience and sin, and start measuring and grading sins, that this is minor. And this is major.

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It doesn't cause pain, it doesn't hurt.

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But what am I say, when it comes to a lot of data. And when you actually consider not what sin you are committing, but who you are committing committing it against.

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When you come to realize who you are actually sinning against, then there can be no distinction between minor and major sins. all sins are major, when you consider who you are sending against last panel.

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This is why allow me reward someone for the smallest of good deeds.

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A similarly alarm he sees someone and hold them to account and even punish them for the smallest sentence and testifies to them from a young man with color, shoveling, whoever commits an atom's weight of sin or evil or seeks punishment. And there are many examples. We we tend to be focused on the major things, drink and drugs,

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violence and murder

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in toxic substances.

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One of the reasons is because we can feel the pain or we can see the heart

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we can see the harm of intoxicants.

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And so because it's very apparent, so everyone rallies against it.

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And especially in in certain cultures, like the Middle Eastern culture, the Asian culture.

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And the Muslim culture wherever it is, in certain cultures,

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things sins are avoided, not so much because they are a violation of laws commands, because of the shame.

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There's great shame in certain sins, and so they avoided out of shame.

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And yet there are other things which are equally grave as sins in the city of Allah, because there's no stigma attached to them, or the same degree of shame, and they are freely practiced.

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So are we abstaining from sins because of taqwa and the fear of Allah? Or are we abstaining from certain sins, simply in order to maintain a certain degree of self respect and dignity, and to avoid shame, humiliation and embarrassment in the eyes of the people. So ultimately, we are more concerned about what people think of us, rather than what Allah knows offers, not just things others what Allah knows.

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Yeah, limo car in the

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office will not be up the bill. Allah says he knows the treachery of the eyes, and what the hearts can see. And Allah decides with the truth of law judges with the truth.

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So ultimately, a sin is more great because of who we are sinning against a lot so much. And therefore, we shouldn't just be looking at the major sins. But anything which is itself obedience, or the last command, whoever commits even smaller stuff, sins, will see it's punishment. And there's one story, your mama hustle bustle, you're lucky it

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was a famous scholar, and widely regarded as being a great scholar and a saint was one of the leading Derby in the successors to the Sahaba of the law.

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And he

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his mother was a meant in the house of almost suddenly there'll be a lot more in how the wife of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And some of us have the right to learn, he was extremely eloquent, very well versed, highly knowledgeable.

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He died in 110. He so in the very early part of his smile in

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he lived at the time of great turbulence and turmoil

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because of the Armenian rule, and judging the use of orthography was the governor of it all. And

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he was a notorious individual a great tyrant. Some of the other man used to say, in those days,

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that he is the one who was responsible for Abdullah Habermas, debate of the Alliance

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for the suppression of Muslims in Medina and Mecca, at the hands of the army of rulers.

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He was their strong man, tyrants, and judging the use of terrible person. Last, but not all of them are used to say that if all the nations of the past were to

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produce their worst tyrants, and put all of them in the pen of a scale, and we were to offer only a judge of the use of orthography, and put him on the other side of the scale, he would outweigh all

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that's how great a tyrant to us.

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He even persecutor, this harbottle the alarm and he wasn't companion, but he personally lived at the time of the companions. he persecuted and troubled even this habit of the alarm, sort of Judge news photography, he was, indeed he was a tyrant. They say he had 120,000 people executed by his command in front.

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He was the Genghis Khan of the early part of Islam.

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And all his victims were Muslim, most

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including some of the leading Darby in him. So he then moved up to la de la, he executed him all

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the moms long story but even the moms so even the Jumeirah

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was executed by judgment use. It was great times and has some obviously irrational delay and he wants someone in front of him began abusing

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her judgment to use photography.

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Can you imagine even hustling bustling to LA he was fearful of him. And he was persecuted by law judge

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even though he was persecuted himself and everyone was persecuted in a private gathering at home will love unaware but in privacy, someone spoke ill of a judgment a youth use of a photography so your mom and has some more muscle.

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So your mama has to learn, he told him remain silent, do not say a word.

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So he said why, look at who have judge is, is like this is like that. He's like, this is like that, and you told me to remain silent.

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So listen to the reply, in my mind has enormous Lee.

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He said to him, listen, Allah has just

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Allah is just

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so for every wrong that had Jad has done to anyone, a lot of seek retribution and justice from him. But know this also,

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that every wrong that anyone has committed to a judge, Allah will also seek justice and retribution for

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so he no matter what he may have done, he is guilty and responsible for his deeds. But why do you seek to

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commit wrong to him, just as Allah will seek justice and retribution from him or he has done a lot will also seek justice from you for having wronged.

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Allah is just

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from a young woman with Allah velvet inhaling, Komiyama

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shuffling every single sin, we tend to abstain from the more prominent sins, theft, burglary, mugging, intoxicants, abuse of substances, violence, murder, but these are deeds that have their same that have their prominent and very manifest harms and dangers. And that's why many of these are made illegal by law because of the damage to society.

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But lawhon is a source of love it will send them along knows the subtle damage that sins commit

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the silent and secrets and almost invisible damage that sins commit a loss forbidden them. And Russell Russell alarm it was warned as against the sins of the tongue, for instance. Now we consider

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law but if you were to punch someone or hit someone, that's considered a great calamity, rightfully so,

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if you were to verbally abused,

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as I say sticks and stones break bones, but words never hurt. Nothing could be more false. Of course, words hurt.

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And verbal abuse

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can actually be worse than physical abuse.

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Because verbal abuse leads leaves lasting psychological damage,

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verbal abuse as both mental well its mental, emotional, and verbal,

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in insidious, and possibly far more damage,

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and it's only now in the age of learning and science and technology, and the study of the mind and advances in psychology

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that

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people are now recognizing the long lasting and deep damage caused by verbal abuse. Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam warned us of that 14 centuries ago.

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In Islam, there's no belief that sticks and stones break bones but words never heard, far from

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abuse, whether it's physical is a sin. abuse, if it's verbal

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abuse, if it's emotional or mental is a sin.

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So we think nothing of

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the sins of the tongue, whether it's backbiting, whether it's slander, whether it's calumny, whether it's false accusation, whether it's the Mima tail telling carrying tails, gossiping, all of these have their damage.

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Any sin whether it's by hand, or by the tongue, whether even it's the Heartless, whether it's by heart or mind, is a sin in the book of a lush grammar. However, there are many sins are simply of the mind and the heart person does not have to utter a single word. arrogance, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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a person will never enter gender, in whose heart there is a mustard seeds, weight of

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a mustard seeds weight of arrogance

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of pride.

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And in another Hadith prophets and love it, most of them describe that pride, he said,

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I will keep it all bottled up for him to mass. Pride is a denial of the truth and

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the contempt of the people holding anyone in contempt, though you may not utter a single word just by mind is an extremely grave sin and

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so just as alarming is reward and forgive for a single Good deal. Though it may be small alarm he also sees the punch for a single sin. No matter how trivial and small it may appear to be. We should never think of sins as being minor or major in themselves, we should think of whose command we are violating, we should think of who we are actually sinning against. When we ponder over that, there can be no distinction between minor or major every sin is a sin primarily against a loss.

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So from a young father with inhaling only a part of them that in shuttling the weather does an atom's rate of good he will see its reward and whoever commits some atoms rate of a sin he will see its punishment may unlock has originally enabled us to understand I I'll just end with a translation of the sort of again, lockers original sees it as resilient Altuzarra when the earth will be shaken. It's great shaking.

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What project in honor and when the earth will cast out its bed

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or columns animada and man will say what's the matter with it. Yama even had the thought of baraha on that day. It will relate its tails will not go hand in hand because your Lord would have inspired its IE commanded it.

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You'll make the install NASA Leo.

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On that day people will emerge dispersed in groups so that they may be shown this deeds from a young father in hiring. So whoever does an atom's weight of good he shall see it only within shoveling. And whoever does an ad whoever commits some atoms weights of evil shall see it. May Allah enable us to understand the words of the court. And to act on its teachings was the law who was

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the Vietnam who had Rama and he was.

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