Tafseer of Surah An Naml #13 Sound advice

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The history of the book of guidance is discussed, including the importance of step aside and not giving too much information. The importance of describing and describing behavior of bird breeds, including flight speed, is emphasized. The letter of optimization and the ability to smell is also discussed, along with the importance of honorary notes and reference to prominent leaders and their influence on society. The letter of optimization provides information on all aspects of concern and provides information about who is involved in a situation. The letter is a brief and comprehensive message, addressed all aspects of concern, and provides information about who is involved in a situation.

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So we concluded in the previous segment where

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Hudhud made a sudden presence

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after the absence of Hudhud,

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and, Sayyidina Sulaiman

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was concerned,

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about the absence of this bird, but then

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it came in and gave an explanation to

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its absence

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to say that hang on, o Soleiman, I've

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got some genuine, tangible,

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absolute, concrete evidence

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regarding the queen of, Sheba.

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She and her nation is worshiping the sun,

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etcetera.

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The devil has adorned and decorated it and

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enticed them into this year.

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Verse 27, Surayman

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says, okay, let's analyze the merits of the

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case.

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Let's probe it. Let's see how reliable, authentic

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it is. So you've said what you've said,

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but now we need to put it to

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test.

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A student could arrive late at school and

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say, you know what?

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There was a major accident on the way

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and due to that traffic was diverted

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and lives were lost and it was really

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serious.

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And you say, oh, okay, okay. That's absolutely

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excusable and and, you know, you are excused

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given this year. But then when you do

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homework, you realize that, that particular

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accident, which the youngster was referring to, had

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happened 2 days before.

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So the story doesn't tie up. Verse 27,

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says,

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he said,

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We will now look into the matter to

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find

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out and,

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to follow-up a,

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or have you spoken the truth,

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or are you from amongst those that are

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speaking a lie?

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I mean, today,

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an average person, the common person, you won't

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have that form of authority and communication

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with a fellow human,

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teacher to student, parent to child, whatever it

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is. Appreciate

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the the empire that Allah

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had given Sayyidina Sulaiman

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that he could interrogate the merits of the

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case,

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narrated to him by this bird.

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So, verse

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28,

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Okay. Listen.

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I'm going to task you with a duty.

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And Soleiman alayhis salaam then deployed

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Hudhud as a courier.

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So a courier service. Right? Today, we think

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we're smart, and today, we think, you know,

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what we have,

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swift mail and we can

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communicate so easily and effectively.

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Look at at that time, back at that

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time,

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Suleiman alayhis salatu was salam writes a note

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and then gives it to the bird. The

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narration say that,

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Hudhut took it in his minkar.

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Minkar meaning in the beak. Exact translation, verse

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28,

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Take this note of minds.

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Then go and drop it on them. Go

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and drop it on them.

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Then step aside. Step aside.

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Step aside means step slightly aside.

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And how do we know? How do we

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know that it is meant step aside slightly?

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Because

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in the latter portion of verse 28,

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Sayyidina Sulaiman alayhis salam gives instructions to Hudhut

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that after dropping a note, step, but step

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aside, and we understand that from this verse

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here, then listen to what their response is.

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So how would the bird be able to

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intercept what the response is if the bird

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was far away, if hudhud was far away?

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Surely that indicates

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that step aside, which is an etiquette that

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you don't,

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overwhelm the person. You don't,

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you know, invade the privacy of the individual.

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You give them time and space. You've communicated

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a note, you step aside, give them some

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space,

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and then you wait and see whatever the

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response is. So it is mentioned in Marif

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ul Quran that this is etiquette. This is

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etiquette as an envoy. In fact, Luqman Hakim

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said that send a wise person as an

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envoy.

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And if you don't find a wise envoy,

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then take your note yourself.

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Send a wise person as an envoy. You're

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sending someone as a messenger

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to communicate a message, to drop a note,

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whatever it is. Let your envoy be a

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wise person. And if it's not someone who's

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Hakim and wise, then delay the matter or

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go yourself

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because then you would have to undo the

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wrong that he did. And this is so

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important. Sometimes we assign a task to someone

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who is simple minded, who is naive, who

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is foolish, who is not wise, who is

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not calculated,

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and then,

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that individual

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distorts the message or does not present it

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in its holistic form. So

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step aside. Etiquettes. Etiquettes in the presence of

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seniors,

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prominent people, etcetera. You you convey in a

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message, move aside.

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And then wait and see

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what they respond.

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This portion, the latter portion,

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of verse 28

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reveals to us that as much as

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could understand

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and comprehend

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and converse with

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could

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also understand and comprehend

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the communication

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of others.

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And this also

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was a miracle of Soleiman

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So one was

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that, Sayyidina Soleiman

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knew

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the language of birds and, by extension, the

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animals, as we spoke about the ant, etcetera.

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And here,

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the bird has been tasked

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to understand, comprehend, and relay

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the information of their response,

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which then reveals to us

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that had

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a

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further understanding

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in comprehending

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the discussion and the communication

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of others as well. Okay. So that's it.

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Verse 28,

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the letter of Sulaiman entrusted

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to,

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Hudhud and Hudhud goes.

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Verse 29.

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Allahu Akbar.

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1st 29,

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the Quran goes direct to the point. And

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like I've mentioned previously,

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that the Quran

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is a book of guidance.

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So Allah

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will omit those things which are not connected

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to our guidance which could be understood.

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Meaning the bird then took the letter and

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off it flew. Now Allah doesn't describe the

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flight and the duration and the altitude

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and and all those related things. Yes. Allah

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does tell us in the Quran to marvel

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at the birds.

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Will they not marvel at the flight of

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birds and the flock of birds and how

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smooth they fly and how they glide? Who

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keeps them? I mean, by the law of

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gravity,

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why is it that they still remain? Why

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is it they still remain in the atmosphere?

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And when you go back to,

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you know, the the the,

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invention of the aircraft, and the first person

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was Abbas,

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Abbas, if you can do your homework, the

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Wright brothers,

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they propelled on his idea, if you understand

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the phrase here.

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They propelled on his idea, but it was

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a person by the name of Abbas who

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looked at the bird, and he said, well,

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if the birds can do it, why not?

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So why why don't they look why don't

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they look at the birds? How it's just,

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you know, flying

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in the atmosphere.

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It is Allah that keeps them,

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airborne. It is Allah that keeps them in

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midair.

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Yes, indeed. That is the the kindness of

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Allah

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and how Allah has blessed the different creations

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with different abilities.

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We we we we know it's the chapter

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of the end. One of the distinct,

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abilities that Allah has blessed the end with

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what is the ability to smell.

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Right?

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When he writes about the intelligence of pharaoh,

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They had the eye of a crow and

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the smelling sense of an ant. So Allah

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has blessed different creatures with different abilities and

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different instincts.

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1st 29,

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Bilqis receives the letter,

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says,

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Oh my ministers.

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Refers to the prominent, the leaders, the ministers,

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you know, those who have an impact on

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society.

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Oh my ministers.

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Verily

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I have received

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a very dignified note.

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So is

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as we would say. It's not,

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meaning not in an active voice, in a

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passive voice,

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indicating at this stage, I don't know who

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the letter is from.

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I've just received this. And then, of course,

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she discovers it as the letter itself describes

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who the letter is from.

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Verily I

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have received

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a note

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respectful,

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dignified.

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Why did she receive or or refer to

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this letter as a,

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respectful note, a dignified note. You know, sometimes

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a person writes you a letter or sends

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you a gift, seals it nice, presents it

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nice, the whole presentation,

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the envoy itself. Okay. I I don't know

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this person, but just, the handwriting itself,

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the the the the tone of the letter.

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I mean, so many times you get a,

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you get a WhatsApp message or you get

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an email. You you don't know the individual

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from above. So but just the tone, the

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expression, the communication,

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the the related,

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you know, expressions,

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kinda give you an idea

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to the nature of the scribe or the

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nature of the individual.

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So one is it had a stem, right?

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And that itself what would give a sense

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of, official status to the letter. The prophet

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sallallahu alaihi wasallam, the companions had told him

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that these people want a stamp and then

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he, sallallahu alaihi wasallam, had Muhammad Rasulullah.

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Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam, the messenger of

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Allah. The very hadith in Bukhary

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to the Roman emperor in which

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he then wrote a letter. He wrote to

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the different rulers and kings, conveying the dawat

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of Allah. So this was a practice of

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the pious. This was a practice of the

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and the pious

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communicating the message through a letter.

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And even even when we look at the

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Sahaba, there was correspondence.

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Whoever

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disobeys Allah with the passage of time, his

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cronies and allies

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will become his adversary

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and foe and opponents.

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Letter concluded.

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Abdullah ibn Abbas

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said, In my entire life, I never benefited

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from a single piece of advice after the

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advices of the prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam

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as much as I benefited

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from one advice of Ali radiAllahu anhu, he

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wrote to me,

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The common average regular individual is such that

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he becomes elated when he accomplishes something material

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and he becomes depressed when he loses something

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material.

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So

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this is the advice been given to you.

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Let your joy and happiness, bliss and excitement

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revolve around your spiritual accomplishments,

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and let your sadness and regret

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revolve around your spiritual losses.

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And as for the losses of this world,

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let it not conceals consume you. Let it

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not depress you. And as for the accomplishments

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of this world,

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let it not take you to a point

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of obsession,

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and let your focus be on the latter.

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So these, you know, was the correspondence between

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Sayidina Ali and Abdullah ibn Abbas. And how

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clean were the hearts? I mean, Ibn Abbas

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radiallahu anhu was such a great scholar, but

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he was open. He was bold. He embraced.

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He accepted. There was nothing like plagiarism.

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Today, we just plagiarize,

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we wanna take the efforts of others or

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the works of others or the research of

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others or the findings of others, and we

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wanna attribute it to ourselves.

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And they love to be lauded and acknowledged

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and complimented for things they did not do.

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Okay. Let's get back into the ayah. So

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the Hudhut comes and drops the note.

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Bildis, the queen of Sheba, addresses her people.

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Oh, folks, oh, people, oh, ministers, listen. I've

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received a very dignified note. Okay? Tell us

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more about it. Verse

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30.

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The letter is from Suleyman.

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The likelihood is that she heard about Suleyman

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alayhis salatu wa salam. This is what the

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scholars say, being the Nabi of Allah subhanahu

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wa ta'ala having the kingdom and the empire

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and being the prophet of Allah, the news

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would have definitely got around.

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So,

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she she would have heard about Suleyman alayhis

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salaam.

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In Nahum in Suleyman, look at how brief,

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how comprehensive,

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yet all encompassing. So this is again something

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important.

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So sometimes we we we speak so long,

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but the message is not understood.

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Sometimes it's so brief that it's inadequate.

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So here we find comprehensive,

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nature

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and yet it addresses all the aspects of

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concern.

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In Nahum insulayman,

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you need to know who sent it. Right?

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Hakimul Umar

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used to also say when you send a

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gift to someone,

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then the individual who receives the gift needs

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to be informed

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from who the gift was sent.

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Because that person needs to know, do I

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accept it or not?

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Number 2, I would like to make dua

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for that individual.

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So it is important it is important

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that,

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the person who conveys the gift or gives

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the gift

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provides that basic information,

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provides that basic information.

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Otherwise, now some somebody sent a gift for

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you. Now I'm skeptical to take it. I

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I don't know what it could what could

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be in it, etcetera.

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What's the format of the letter? In the

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name of Allah,

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the most compassionate,

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the most merciful.

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So we've got 2 things going here, the

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introduction

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to,

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the sender,

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and then, of course, commencing the letter with

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the name of

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Allah

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Every matter of importance which is not commenced

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with the name of Allah

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will remain insufficient and incomplete.

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The letter is from Suleyman.

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As believers, we commence, we open, we start,

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we embark all our ventures from a letter

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to an address, to a gathering, to an

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event, to a meeting by the name of

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Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala.

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The question is,

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what was the message in that letter? Let's

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just wait and see. We conclude on verse

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30. The letter has fallen in her lap.

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She's introduced it that it is from Suleyman.

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The opening words are in the name of

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about.

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about.