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Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L001E

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Al-Fatihah 1-7 Word-Analysis 1-7

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shavon rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim Can I ask you a few questions about sources that

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you can use your notes? Okay. The name of the sutra is Al Fatiha

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What does that mean?

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I want you all to raise your hand if you know the answer.

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So what does affect her mean?

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The opening Why is this word called Al Fatiha?

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It is the opening the beginning of the Quran one reason? What's another reason? Yes, is the opening of the fire.

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At the beginning of the sutra, what do we recite Surah Fatiha

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what are some of the other names of sort of Fatiha?

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Oh Makita What does that mean? mother of the book.

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Any other new

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assala A Shiva it's a Shiva not a Shiva.

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Rukia LSS 30 How to kita

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I'll hand

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look here means the remedy

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and assess foundation. Just as a matter of the book is the foundation of the book similarity assess. It is also the foundation book. Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. What does hanged mean? Praise what kind of praise Raise your hand. Raise your hand, what kind of Praise,

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praise that is based on respect and love. Okay,

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what is praise? There's another definition that I gave you dimension, the most perfect attributes of the one who is praiseworthy, the one who deserves praise, and this is an additional point that I'm giving you. So, you can take a note of that.

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These most perfect attributes are of three types. There are three types. Either they could be in the being, for example, Allah subhanaw taala, he deserves praise why, because of his being Who is he, he is the Holic he is the Malik He is the Creator, he is the most Supreme Being similarly, this praise or this quality could be in the was in the attribute in the qualities.

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So, for example, a loss of Canada has a quality of mercy,

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what kind of mercy encompassing Mercy Mercy that he shows to everybody. So, therefore, he deserves praise.

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And the third thing is in action, because of the action that someone has done, that is also why they deserve praise. So for example, a lot of panel data some of his actions are the fact that he created us the fact that he sent down the Quran to us. So, because of these actions, he deserves praise.

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So it is to praise someone because of their best qualities. And these qualities could be a three types in their being in their characteristics and also in their actions. Okay, Lillahi Al hamdu lillahi for Allah.

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What does it mean by Alhamdulillah? All praises for Allah? What does it mean by that?

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Al hamdu, meaning all praise all of it entirely. who deserves it? Allah subhanho wa Taala you see this lamp lay lay for Allah. This lamp conveys two meanings, it gives us two meanings. The first meaning that it gives us is off, if the sauce It's an Arabic word, those of you familiar good. If you don't want to write it, you don't have to write it just write the translation that I gave you okay? And if the sauce means specification, so, what does it mean? If the sauce which means specification? So, what does it mean? That it is only ye who deserves it, no one else other than Him deserves complete praise.

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So, first of all, this lamb conveys the meaning of if the sauce and secondly, it also conveys the meaning of worthiness, that it is indeed only he who is worthy of it. And this worthiness The term is called is far

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from how you know we say it is my hug, it is my right. I deserve it. So is the meaning he is the only one who deserves it.

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So Alhamdulillah

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why Alhamdulillah because he is you tell me the answer. He is what does the is a parabola mean? He is a rock of the worlds What is the meaning of rock, rock

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What does Rob mean? to nurture something, Robert reboot is to nurture something, to look after something to make something grow until, until it reaches its stage of completion and perfection. And all of this is done with a lot of care with a lot of love, with protection with concern with mercy. Okay. By, for example, when you look after your plant, when you look after your house, Roberta, right is the woman of the house, right? Does she look after the house, as you know, as a chore as a burden?

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Many times women don't like to go anywhere at a particular time because that time is fixed for their, you know, cleaning of the house. It is difficult, sometimes they get very tired, but they will still do it, isn't it?

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Because they find it important? They care for the things that they have. They love the things they have. So Robert Haribo is to take care of something to nurture to make it grow. How with love with care, with protection with concern, this is what robbery boo means. And what are the three meanings that are included in Rob? creator, owner and planner? So he is the rub of what Eliana mean afterwards? He is the rub of the entire world's

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next day

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or manual over him. He is the Entirely Merciful and he is the Especially Merciful. What's the difference between the names of the last panel data of our man and over him both come from Rama mercy? What's the difference between the two?

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Rahman is general and Rahim is specific what else in particular, for those who deserve that special mercy from him? Because you see, the Quran is also mercy, guidance, His mercy. It's not just food and water guidance has mercy on his mercy that is given to those who deserve that mercy. Right. So rock man He is merciful to the entire creation and Rahim refers to his specific special mercy that is given to them. It is also set the man conveys the meaning of that he is the Rama wersja he is a possessor of immense or vast mercy all encompassing mercy. And Rahim indicates the action of mercy. Rahman indicates that he is the possessor of mercy. He has mercy. And Rahim conveys the meaning of

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that he doesn't just have that quality, but he actually shows mercy as well. He actually shows mercy as well.

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So he is a rush man and he is also a Rahim

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that almost says malakian meeting,

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Master of the Day of Recompense, Sovereign of the Day of Recompense Malik Malik is from meme land, calf. lien Lam

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Malika, young liko Melaka young legal means to have complete authority over something. What does it mean? To have complete authority over something to have complete control over something that one owns? There are two things to have authority over what, over something that a person owns over something that one owns.

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And a loss of handle data is the real magic. Because yes, he owns everything. And at the same time, he also has complete authority over it.

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For example, people there also described us masters, they're also described as medic medic is used for King. But when it comes to people, when it comes to human beings, their possession or their mastery, their governance is incomplete. Right? For example, you own your computer,

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you bought it yourself, it's licensed to your name, you own it, there is no doubt about that. But do you have complete authority? Or

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do you know you don't? Similarly, people, they may have complete authority over others. Isn't that so? But do they really own them? They don't. Even if they claim to have complete authority, they don't really have complete authority in every way.

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So Allah subhanaw taala when he is the medic, what does that mean? That he is the one who has complete authority and possession, complete authority and possession. So he is the ruler and the owner.

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He is the ruler and the owner. And when someone is in such a status, what does that mean that there isn't

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Nobody else above them. No one else above them no one else was more authority than them. They are the Supreme Being. So Allah subhanaw taala he is the Malik of what have when in particular what is mentioned over here is yo will make the day of the Recompense. Yo, what is the only day? And the word young is from the root letters? Yeah, well, me. Yeah, well, me. And in Arabic, the word yom is used for a time period. What is a time period. But in the more general sense, the word yo applies to a day just as we have 24 hours.

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Okay.

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And for us, the day begins when? from 1am. Right in the night, it begins from 1am. But in Arabic When the word yom is used, it refers to the time from one sunset to the next. It refers to the time from one sunset to the next, which is why in the lunar calendar, the date changes after normally, isn't that set.

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In the lunar calendar, the date changes after magnet for example, in Ramadan, the 29th or the 30th. After Mercury, we find out if it's going to be a tomorrow or not, not after Isha after mercury. Okay.

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So Young is a time period, but otherwise it is used for the time from one sunset to the next 24 hours. Okay.

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So he is the master of Yomi dean of the Day of Recompense, that doesn't mean that the day recommends is going to be 24 hours but what is meant by Jonas time period

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the DIR recommends and the word a dean the recompense Dean is from the root then yeah, noon. What does it mean, then? Yeah, no.

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And D means to give recompense to someone. What is recompense, finders recommends

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judgment to get back exactly what you deserve. It could be reward. It could be punishment. It could be reward, and it could be punishment. So Dean is to give recompense, to recompense to award with either reward or punishment.

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And remember that the word Deen also conveys the meaning of justice. What it means is to give justly to give exactly what the other person deserves. Many times the reward is given. They don't necessarily deserve that. Many times the punishment is given. And a person doesn't necessarily deserve that. Isn't that so? But Dean is to give them recompense that one deserves

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so Maliki Yomi Dean, The Day of Recompense what is that day, the day of judgment?

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So what does that mean by he is the Malik of that day? He is the one who will have supreme authority on that day.

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He is the one who will have supreme authority on that day. So here's the magic of unity.

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What do we say? Allah says, a year cannot

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only You we worship, what you're going to say in and only you, we ask for help. What does it mean by that?

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We do not worship anyone but you and we do not seek help from anyone but you.

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You say the words a yak? How did we break it down ear conveys the meaning of only and conveys the meaning of you.

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Okay.

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Now the word iya. It doesn't come alone. By itself. The word ear you will never find it alone by itself. It will always be used with a pronoun. So for example, over here, it comes with the pronoun you a year can only you.

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Okay?

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And when he comes with a pronoun, it conveys meaning of only specifically. That's none but

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so a yakka only, you know, a Buddha we worship.

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Now Buddha, Israel,

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everybody, right? worship, and it's from the root letters. I mean, they're, they're, I mean, they're the only You we worship.

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What does the Bible mean? When you think of the word Reba, what comes to your mind?

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I think I heard Salah. What else comes to your mind? Someone who is a servant of Allah. Zacharias comes to your mind, Hajj comes your mind. Making Dora comes to your mind. The Vicar of fasting what

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You have said are all the different types of worship, isn't it?

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Salah is the kind of worship the cat is the kind of worship. Vicar is a kind of worship making the eyes a kind of worship. But what is actually worship? What is actually worship? The literal meaning of the word a better is to show humility and love. What does it mean to express humility and love?

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Sorry, bad that is to show humility to someone. And this is the opposite of

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arrogance. Humility means whatever you say, I will do. Whatever you stop me from, I will not do. And arrogance is whatever you say I don't care.

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Right? Sir ibadah is to show humility, and love, to show weakness to show insignificance, out of intense love out of intense respect. And how does a person do that? by obeying someone?

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By lowering oneself in front of them?

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By saying whatever you say is right, and I will do it.

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And you know, the word out is also from the same route. And art is actually used for a slave. Just imagine the slave, what does he do? Everything that the master commands him to do?

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Isn't it?

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And sometimes, what the master could tell him might not make sense to him.

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Right?

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Is that possible? It is possible. But he does it because he has to do it, he doesn't have any choice. Is it possible that the slave would also love the master?

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Very rarely, very rarely, the slave would actually love the master. But everybody is what humility and love.

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Because remember that if you do not love someone, you cannot obey them. Both go hand in hand, both go together.

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So rather literally is to show humility and love, get to express humility and love to express obedience. And this takes form of different types of acts of obedience. So it is said that every bad is everything. Every action that our last panel Tyler loves, and is pleased with

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everything that our last panda loves, and is pleased with.

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It includes the rituals that are lost. panatela has taught us for example, for that, Givens, a cat fasting.

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Okay.

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It also includes statements that our last panel done in apps, for example, which they could have, and also kind of speaking the truth. These are also statements that our last panel data labs, so include statements and actions. So everything that our last panel data, lots of statements and actions, and these statements and actions could be hidden and apparent,

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apparent meaning they're visible when you do them. For example, when you press on that, is it visible? When you go for Hydra? Is it visible? When you give the cap? Is it visible? Of course it is. So it includes the visible as well as the hidden? What is the hidden include, for example, good thoughts about almost

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good thinking about someone positive thinking, gratitude, happiness. So it includes that which is a parent, as well as that which is hidden.

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So you're gonna do what is necessary.

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But tell me something, why don't we worship our last panel data? does it become difficult sometimes doesn't tell me when you have to do will do with cold water early in the morning in winter? visiting?

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Yes, it is. Similarly, when you have to give us a cat and you have to give your money or some jewelry of yours, is that difficult sometimes, yes. When you have to go for Hajj, all that money you had saved, gone in just a month.

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And our journey itself seems so difficult. So sometimes a bother seems difficult to us, which is why we say what a year necessarily mean only You we ask for help. Because we cannot do any better without the help of Allah subhanaw taala.

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The word necessary in yakka is coming again. We have done this word before. necessary. Necessary means we seek help. And it's from the route I well noon. It is from the route. I mean, well noon hour. an hour means help. What does it mean?

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But what kind of health is our own is general health. It includes any kind of health, every kind of health. So when it comes to health, whether it has helped that I want to pass an exam, whether it has helped that I need to cook something that tastes good, whether it is help that I need for, you know, a safe journey.

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Who can give me that help?

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Also penguins out again. So yeah, can we do what yakka mystery?

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A dinner guide us toward a slot on Mr. Payne to the path that is St. A denials from PD and e di means. What does it mean? guidance? Right.

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And the root of the word Idina or he dyed his hair, Dan, yeah.

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You may wonder, you don't see the letter. Yeah. In the word a dinner.

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Isn't at all. Do you see the letter? Yeah. In a dinner? I want to hear.

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No, you don't. Right. So sometimes what happens is in the Arabic language, some letters for example, the letter Yeah. The letter Well, the letter Alif. They are actually there. But they're not written.

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They're not written, or they're not even pronounced. And these letters, they're called hoof.

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hoof Illa.

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Illa means a defect.

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Just as a person who is sick, what happens to them? What happens to them? Either they will come despite their sickness, or they will send somebody else in their place, or they will not go.

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Right. For similarity, these letters are sick, sometimes a show, sometimes they don't. Okay. So denials from the root hair Dahlia. Yeah, is one of the hurdles. And that's why you don't see it here. So it didn't guide us. So it means guidance. But what kind of guidance is it hedaya is to guide someone with affection, to guide someone with kindness to guide someone with gentleness.

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That's right, and somebody gives you instructions. And they tell you the instructions very harshly.

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Imagine you have a tour guide. And he's very rude. He leaves you halfway.

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I for example, sometimes people go on how do they go on a particular tour and the tour guide is nowhere to be found. They're just left in the lurch. Right. But he there is to guide with affection with care with kindness with gentleness with ease. And in particular, it is also said that he there is to show the path to show the path and to make the person walk on the path, go on the path and make them reach the destination as well.

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Sometimes when you need to go somewhere, you ask someone for directions, and they will tell you, okay, you know what, just enter this in your GPS and go yourself

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they will just give you the written address the other person who will give you the address, and he will also tell you about the main intersections what you will see in the middle, they'll say okay, fine, you will go here, then you will go there, then you will go there and eventually you will reach the destination.

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And other person who says Come on take you come, I'll take you What would you like?

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Come I'll take you because you don't have to worry about anything then isn't it so. So he Daya is to tell about the path to show the power to make the person walk upon the path and to make them reach the destination as well? Just as your GPS What does that do? Take right on the next exit then take left and then continue this much and your destination will be on your right or on your left whatever. So this is what he Daya is. So when we ask Allah Subhana Allah for guidance, what word is used, he they guide us, don't just tell us where to go take us help us, make sure that we reach the destination. So eat dinner, make us walk on the path, make us reach the destination guide us guide

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us toward a slot on was the theme the path that is strict? And remember that he there? In Islam it is of two types. He there is of two types. The first type of guy is he dyed his shirt, he dyed it shirt. What does it mean by that? It is to show someone the way it is to give knowledge to them to give information to them about that which is correct.

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So he is shy this way to give knowledge to give information about that which is correct. The second time of the day is hidetoshi

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And what does that mean? That the knowledge that has been given the knowledge that has been given the instruction that has been given, give the person the ability to accept it, to apply it, to implement it as well.

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You see, many times people know what is right and what is wrong isn't just think of yourself. There are so many things that you know, they're right, they're wrong. But how many things is it that a person actually follows? Think about it, you know, that you should be doing something, do you actually do it? Sometimes we don't. Sometimes I don't, there are many things that we know we should not be doing but sometimes we do them and this is about what he Daya delfy, what Allah subhanaw taala gives a person the ability and the opportunity to implement the knowledge that he has to implement the knowledge that he has. So when we ask Allah subhanaw taala for hidayah what kind of

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guy are we asking for both give us knowledge give us direction, and also give us the ability to act upon that knowledge

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in dinner guided us show us what a certain was the pain, the bad, that history,

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the word flop is from the root solid, blah, blah,

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it is from the root solid raw.

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And it is said that the word slit off is such a road or such a path that is very wide that is open that is why that is open. And there are multiple lanes on it and multiple people can travel on this path at a time.

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So what kind of a path is it wide and open? And there are multiple ways on it and many people can travel on that path at a time.

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And others say the word Surat refers to such a path that is very difficult to walk upon.

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That is very difficult to walk upon. So how can you combine both two meanings together?

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Many times there is high traffic What is that?

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You avoid? sexuals. Right. It makes it difficult for you. So a dinner slot. And Mr. theme, the one that is straight? And Mr. pinion is a characteristic of the past what kind of a bad shows to the way which way that is most of the industry, though and Mr. Famous run off? Well, me

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cough? Well, I mean, do you see well over here? You don't this hurdle for in, it's sick. And instead of coming itself or instead of being completely absent, it has sent somebody else in it's so instead of Wow, what do you see? Yeah, right. So Mr. Team one that is straight that which is straight. But what does it mean by Mr. King?

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It is that that Mr. Kane is that which is straight that which is upright that which is balanced, that which is balanced, that which is not uneven.

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And also, it is said that Muslim is that which leads straight to the destination when it is used for but

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just riding a road that is very bumpy, that is going through mountains, how do you feel sick? If you're dizzy, isn't it and it takes so long to get to the destination? And you wonder why can't you just cut the road straight through these mountains so that the journey is shorter?

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So most of the theme when used for Seraph, what does it mean? a path that is straight a path that is balanced, that does not have ups and downs and it takes straight to the destination? It is the right path it is the correct path. It's not a wrong exit. It's not the wrong way. So a dinner Serato Mr. Clean guidance, do the straight back.

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What does it mean by the straight back what is the sort of the mystical guidance to the straight way what is the straight way the way that leads to gender, the way that leads to the pleasure of Allah soprano than the approval of Allah soprano.

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In a Serato MR CLEAN

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which path in particular a more detailed description of this path is given now. It is the path sirata it is a path of who and Medina and among

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those upon whom You have restored favor.

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Right in Moldova era him one of darling not of those who have evoked your anger or of those who are a strange sort of a levena an untidy

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Let's look at this part of the first.

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The batter who alladhina Antalya. alladhina means those who, under you bestowed favor an anti Israel nirma What does an airman mean? A blessing, but what kind of a blessing is near?

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What kind of a blessing isn't?

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It isn't that Nirvana. Nirvana is a blessing that fulfills some need of a person. Nirvana is a blessing that fulfills some need of a person.

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Notice it's need not necessity. necessity would mean that it's food. It's, you know, water, it's air. It's clean air, it's a shelter. These are what necessity clothing, but over here nirma is such a blessing that fulfills a need,

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what kind of needs do we have?

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spiritual needs, emotional needs, mental needs, social needs, physical needs. Right. So alladhina and Antara lay him, those people whom you favored. So, what is this Nirvana referring to? The Nirvana of food, the Nirvana of water, the Nirvana of clean air? No, this nirma is referring to the Nirvana of

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the Nirvana of Islam. The nerima off he Daya faith, Islam, guidance, piety, righteousness, religion, Deen. and elsewhere in the Quran. Dean has been called an airman. For example, we learned and yoma are compelled to come, Dina come in sort of neither

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that today, I have completed your religion for you. Or at mantoux alaykum near Mati

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and I have perfected my blessing, I've completed my blessing upon you. So it is a blessing referring to the completion of the dean, perfection of the Dean

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serrata Latina and I'm telling him The path of those people whom you have favorite favorite them with what less than With what? With him. And so we want the same way. We want the same way of life, guidance to that way, guidance to that life. surfer Latina and underlay him

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let him have to be early him not of those people who have evoked your anger.

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But at other than a moto. moto is from the right.

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From the root letters, Vine. But

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what does that mean?

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Anger. But there are so many words in the Arabic language that are used for anger. Do you know that

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there are so many words in the Arabic language that are used for anger? What kind of anger in particular is another?

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It is that that is such anger? That turns into revenge. That takes form of revenge afflicting punishment on the one who has angered you. Think about it. When do you want to take revenge from someone? When, for example, if a child a small child, if they take your you know your glass and they break it, you feel angry? Are you going to take revenge? Or you're going to punish them? No. Why? He doesn't know. But for example, there is a person who is older, who knows better. And they just come and they start breaking your plates one after the other. Will you feel angry? Yes. Will you shout at them? Yes. When you ask them to replace those plates for you? Yes. Why? Because they did something

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when they knew better. They shouldn't have done it.

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So how bad is anger that takes form of revenge of inflicting punishment on the one that has angered you? Why? Because they did something that they knew they should not have done.

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They knew that they should not have done it.

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When a person doesn't listen to you, when a person disobeys you, you become angry with them, you become upset with them, you want to punish them. So who are

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those who earn the anger of Allah? How, how? By their actions, by their ways? Which ways which actions that are wrong, that are disapproved by our last panel data? So what does that show us that every time we disobey a law? What are we doing? We're provoking his anger. We're welcoming his anger

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and there's something very dangerous when we know something

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And deliberately, we go against it deliberately. We don't do it

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serrata Latina and I'm telling him not to be I am not of those people who have evoked her anger, those people who have knowledge, but who don't implement it.

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So the first category was that those who were blessed with a diet The second category is of those who know, but they don't do.

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And the third category is of one out bonding nor of those people who go astray. Left means no, not.

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And up Darlene, those were straight up born lien is a plural off, you tell me

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in is plural, remove that what do you have left? out ball?

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out ball singular and a ball. lien is the plural.

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And by is one who is in Berlin, through letters are bought lamb, lamb ambala means misguidance air to be a string.

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What does it mean? misguidance

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to be a string.

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And in particular, Lola is to lose one's way to get lost, to be away from the right way to be away from the right destination. For example, if you don't know the way to a particular destination, and you don't take any guide with you know, math with, you know, GPS with you, you're like, fine, you get there somehow, what's gonna happen? What's gonna happen, you're gonna get lost, right? And it's possible that instead of taking the exit, the North exit, where do the South? Are you going to be going towards your destination or away from your destination? away?

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So this is the person who is a stream? Why is he a stream?

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Why is he lost? Why is he lost? You tell me because he doesn't know where to go. He doesn't have a map. He doesn't have a guy. He doesn't have any instructions as to where to go. So Paul is one who goes astray because of lack of knowledge, the one who goes astray. Why? Because of lack of knowledge. How is this different from the Mahboob is one who knows. And Boyle is one who does not know what's better.

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What's better, not double ball? Neither, neither three categories are mentioned over here, and levina. And I'm telling him, those who have been blessed with guidance, those who have been blessed with knowledge. The second category is of those who know, but they don't care. And the third category is of those who don't know, what do you want to be?

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Those who know those who get to the destination? And this is exactly what we're praying for. a dinner Serato Mr. Team, what is the Serato Mr. Kane Serato ladina and Nam tally in the back of those people whom You have blessed, whom you have favored? And as for those people who are lost panatela has favored Who are they in particular? Who are they in particular

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in the Quran in surah? Nisa, I am number 69. We learned that the last panel dinosaurs were mailed a letter one was to

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whoever obeys Allah and the messenger for una chica. Maren la Vina and love la hora, la

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then such people will be with those whom are Lost Planet Allah has blessed Allah Subhana Allah has shown favorite

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who, those who obey Allah and the messenger, they will be in the companionship of those whom Allah subhanaw taala has blessed

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Who are those people whom Allah Subhana Allah has blessed meaning

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of the prophets.

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So first of all, and Medina and Antara lay him or who prophets of Allah

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was the DP and the truthful ones, who is acidic of this oma Abubakar of Iran. Those who are true those who confirm the truth, I will back out of the line who always confirm the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu

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wasallam, Russia and the martyrs, those who die in the way of Allah

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was sila hain and the righteous ones, those who are obedient to Allah.

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So who are a Medina and unterlagen and begin the prophets was like the theme, the truthful ones, was she had they're the martyrs was Sally hain and the righteous ones. So they're the ones whom Allah soprano data has

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best suited to Nisa I am number 69 prophets, truthful martyrs righteous. What's the common thing among them?

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knowledge, faith and action, knowledge, faith and action. Many times people know but they don't believe.

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Sometimes people know and believe but they don't do.

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We ask a las panatela for hedaya give us knowledge, but also give us a trophy to implement the knowledge that you have given us. Which is why a dinner Serato Mr. Payne serrata Medina.

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Let's listen to the recitation of the solar

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odo Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu lillahi.

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Me,

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Maddie kiyomi the E.

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What does I mean? I mean means, Oh Allah here and accept is smart was studied. Here my there are and accept my dharma.

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respond to my dog.

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There is a hadith that is mentioned in Sahih. Muslim, in which the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said, When any of you says in the prayer, I mean,

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when any of you says in the prayer, I mean, and the angels in the heaven, they say I mean, at the same time, then all of his previous sins will be forgiven.

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What does it mean by that?

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The insula on the Imam finishes, sort of Fatiha. What does everybody say? And mean? So when you say I mean at that time, and the angels also say, I mean, at that time, if you say I mean at the same time, what's going to happen? The sins, all the previous sins are going to be forgiven.

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It's an opportunity that we're given so many times in a day, especially if we praise Allah in congregation. Many times people, they don't say I mean out loud, isn't it? Many times they don't. And we forget the reward. We forget the opportunity that we could benefit from.

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I want you to listen to the recitation again. But don't look at your juice. Don't look at it. Okay.

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Bismillah

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Alhamdulillah

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Maliki

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something.

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We'll listen to it again. And test yourself. How much have you understood? Can you just listen to the recitation and understand what the Lansing

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will be learning you know, shame on

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Bismillah

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Alhamdulillah

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you're watching

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Dino sweat off.

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Me.

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On

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shout it out. But make sure you say because the head he says when one of you says in either corner I had other means to speak

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For Sale.

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In Java, you learn about that in detail in your data center that requires some discussion which in Java, you will learn that any question regarding the words of sort of the fact that we studied right now that has to do is that what you cannot survive without. And a need is something that is going to help you in some way.

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For example, you know, you lack something, but if you don't have it, you're not going to die. But if you don't have food, you are going to die.

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Okay? For example, if a person thinking about mental need, a person needs to learn knowledge, but if he doesn't learn knowledge, that doesn't mean he's not going to survive.

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Okay? So Nirvana is something that fulfills some need of a person, it could make him more rich, it could make him more happy. Okay.

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It could fulfill the necessity, it is basically something that fulfills some kind of need benefiting you.

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And it is a various types nirma that is physical, that is mental, that is spiritual, that is emotional, that is social, different types of blessings, that help the person in some way that benefit the person in some way.

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