Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 03 – L043B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The mother of a woman who has not set any conditions on her son is a woman who has been praying for her son and has not set any conditions on him. The decision to allow women to have children is based on their knowledge and abilities, not sex or race. The deane's decision to allow women to have children is also discussed as a reference to the "brane difference" between men and women, and the importance of protecting women from harm is emphasized. Prayer for shapteened children is emphasized, and HIPAA laws and being present in worship are also discussed.
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Rosa Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim

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lesson number 43. So earlier on is 33 to 44

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in the law of Safa, Adam 101 what Allah Ibrahima what earner in Ronda, either either mean? Indeed, Allah chose Adam and new,

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and the family of Ibrahim and the family of Iran, above who, over the worlds of all mankind, Allah chose these people, these families, the word is fluff, that is from the newsletters slot fair Well, from the word software, which means to be clear, to be pure from mixtures to be completely clean.

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And the word is the fat. The verb that you see over here is fat is derived from the word is the fat. It means to choose something to select something. Why?

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On the basis of its purity, because it's the best thing because it's the cleanest because it's the purest, it's the one that is most pure. That is why you selected.

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For example, you go to the grocery store, and you find some foods, which have a lot of ingredients, a lot of preservatives. And if you're a health conscious person, what are you going to do, you're going to choose that one, which is the cleanest, the purest that which is most by so is the fat is to choose something based on its purity. And remember, the Arabs, they always explained concepts or intangible concepts, through tangible concepts through things that could be seen that could be visualized. So if you picture something that is clean, that is physically clean and pure, obviously, you're going to select it. And when you have selected it, it's going to be separate from the rest of

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the things. Just as something that is clean, is distinguished from those things that are filthy, from those things that are dirty. So in the love of perfect is for that is to choose to select someone who something and it is to make them exclusive, for some work to separate them from the rest of the things around them from the rest of the people around them. Why? Because they have been chosen specially for something. They're not ordinary anymore, they have become special.

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So in a lot of prefer a lot chose meaning Allah selected them. He made them the best of people, the best of the creation, the best of human beings. Why? Because of profit.

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So he selected them. He chose them for Prophethood to give them scriptures and he raised them above other people in a lot of stuff, indeed a loss of planetary chose.

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Remember, all of mankind, all the people? Who are they? They're the creation of Allah. Allah subhanaw taala has created everybody. All of the humanity is Allah's creation. But Allah chooses Allah select whomsoever He wills, because one might wonder, why was Adam or he said, I'm chosen and not somebody else? How can I know that I was chosen and not somebody else? Why then? Because it's a Muslim. It's his decision. He knows his creation best. And he chooses his creation, by his work, by his decision, and nobody can object. Nobody can question his will or his decision. We are inserted hedge is 75. Allah says Allah who is fluffy mean and Mila equity roussillon woman a nurse in Aloha,

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Samir and Leslie, a lot to this from the angels. messengers, meaning some angels are chosen for what to deliver the message to the human messengers, like for instance, into the debris was chosen. Similarly, Allah also chooses from among the people, why, so that they deliver the message of Allah to the people Allah is hearing, and he has seen, he knows his creation, and he knows who is fit for a particular task, who is most suitable for a particular work. So Allah chose Adam.

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And his choice is based on his will, which is based on his wisdom and knowledge. Who was the first man to be chosen? Adam?

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Adam, and I will worship the Father of human beings. How was he chosen? How did the last panel choose him? How was he made special? But first of all, he was a first human being. There was no other human being created.

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Before him,

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and how was he created? A lot of panel data created him with his own hands.

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Also, we learned that our last panel data blew into Adam and he said on the spirit, the room himself.

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And we also see that we learned in the story of the creation of Adam release anantha he was given there in

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the knowledge of the names, and that knowledge was not given to who, to the angels, which is why when the angels were questioned, they said, so panikkar we don't know Larry Medina, we don't have any knowledge. So Adam and Adam was also chosen how, by being given knowledge, Allah subhanaw taala gave him in.

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And he didn't just give him in. He also gave him on how that all of the angels, they were commanded to Prostrate to Adam. And

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so his rank was also elevated. He was given knowledge and the angels were also commanded to prostrate to him.

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Other restaurant was also chosen for another thing, and what was that? residents in general?

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He was provided residents in general he lived there was good. And there was odk you and your wife live in Janet well, and Jenna reside in Jenna and eat freely from whatever you want to your heart's desire.

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And also also primarily chose him in another way how that when other Marisela made a mistake, a lot of primadonna forgive him for whatever and he then he accepted his repentance he turned and mercy upon them or they sent him into law i a 122, we learned so much about who Abou fatawa la he was.

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Then his Lord chose him and turned to him in forgiveness. And he also guided him.

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So other malasana was forgiven for the mistake that he committed. Allah Subhana Allah chose him. And Allah subhanaw taala guided him. So what do we see that he was not just the first human being, but he was also the first guide. He was also given he died, he was also given knowledge. So that the people after him, his children and their children, they learned from whom Adam or his son.

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So we see that other restaurant was chosen. He was the first human being Allah created him with his own hands, he blew the roof into him. He gave him a smile. He made the angels prostrate to him. He made him reside in general, when he made a mistake, Allah forgive him. And then Allah also guided him, he made him not just a barbershop, not just a father of human beings, but he also gave him he died. He also gave him guidance.

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So we see that the work of guiding people initiated from Adam or Islam as well.

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Who else did Allah choose? When who hand and new Alison have also selected know how to set up for what? For Prophethood? For reseller for messenger ship? No hurry, Sarah, was the first hour soon? What does he mean by that? That he was the first human being to be given a message to deliver to his people. But other medicine, we just said that the work of guidance initiated from him. What does that mean? That other Melissa was not sent to the dunya? With no hidayah? No, he was sent to the dunya with today. And the people after him remained on guidance, as we learned earlier, that canon so modern wahida all of human beings, they were one oma, they were upon guidance. And then what

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happened, people began to differ how some people, they're made on the heat, and others, they began innovating things and they began worshipping other beings besides Allah subhanaw taala and then Allah subhanaw taala sent messengers. So who was the first messenger sent to people knew

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Allah chosen? And no Harley Sam was from who? He was from the progeny of Adam Renaissance. Obviously, Adam Edison was a

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father of human beings. So new Edison was of his descendants. Now know what does it literally mean?

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know it from the roof hackers noon? Well, hmm.

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And it is said that no Hydra Salaam is given this name because of his No. And what does no mean, to grieve?

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To be upset to grieve over something? And we know that women especially have been forbidden from doing no harm after the death of someone and what is that, that when they grieve, to the extent that they don't remain clean or they cry loudly, they weigh loudly. Similarly, they

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Don't eat anything they say negative things. They dress up in a very gloomy and and very sad way. So that is something that is attributed. But no What does it mean literally, to grieve to be sad. Now why was that I'm so sad. Why was he so sad? We know that no hair salon lived a very long life 1000 years approximately.

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And for 950 years, what did he do? He called the people to the oneness of Allah to worshiping Allah soprano Daya alone. But what did the people do? They didn't listen to him. So obviously, he was saying he would grieve. So I decided this is the reason why he was called No.

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It is also said that he was called No, why? Because he would grieve a lot because of the sense that the people around him committed his family, his own son, as we learned in childhood into adulthood, that how the son of new nslm did not believe in Him, and even he drowned amongst the rest of the people who turned so obviously, he would agree. This is why he was given this thing.

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So over here, law says that Allah chose new Edison, how was new president chosen that first of all, he was the first messenger. Secondly, he was given a very long life. All of us wish to live a very long life. Nobody wants to die. We learned a little Bukhara that you want to know your model, and fastener, each one of them desires and wishes, that he would be given a life of 1000 years. But obviously, that is in the context of those who are in love with this dunya. But someone who loves to perform righteous deeds, someone who loves to gain knowledge, learn more and more. For him along life is a big blessing. Which is why we see that the scholars of the past even on their deathbed,

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they will be asking questions about.

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For example,

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when he was very sick when he was about to die, another scholar came to visit him. And he began asking him about some pruning. And so people wonder that Why are you asking that this time? Why. So someone who desires knowledge, someone who enjoys in someone who enjoys worshipping Allah soprano data, someone who loves working for a loss of panel data, and long life is a big blessing for him. So Allah chose him how, by blessing him with a very long life. And that entire long life was spent in what in doing that?

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Also, my chose him that when he was made the messenger, the first messenger, what title has been given to him that he was after, or learn, as he was of those messengers, who had a lot of determination.

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So he was also blessed with determination with St. Karma. And that is a big blessing.

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Because we tell somebody one thing, only once, and if they don't listen, we give up. We become very frustrated, and we give up. But he was blessed with determination that he continued, doing our calling people to the way of Allah day in and day out, as we learn insolate know, that no Halesowen said that I have called my people day and night in public and in secret. So my neither Don Jr. openly, secretly, loudly, silently, quietly. So he continued to do Dawa, with eastercon with perseverance, and also kind of out of altruism, how that when new Elisa was rejected, Allah events the way that he was treated, Allah took revenge for him, how that all those people who rejected Him

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who denied him, all of them were trained and knew how to Ceylon and those people who believed in Him, they were the ones who were saved. And when everybody drowned, all the people, all of the disbelievers when they drowned and only knew how to slam and the believers were the ones who survived. No, and Islam was given the title of the most funny the second Adam, why? Because the rest of humanity came from whose descendants knew.

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As we learn, instead of soft fat is 76 and 77. One Ajay now who know who menial kettlebell or lean, and we saved him and his family from the great affliction, which are unknown to reata, who, whom Albertine and we made his descendants, those remaining on Earth. So he was made Adam within.

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So Allah chose new artists around as well. He was also made, a messenger, who else was chosen will enable him and family of Abraham at his center. The word al gives meaning a family. It is also used for descendants.

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Have someone the house of so and so, and it's also used for the followers of someone for instance, and if it are people of their own who are the, the followers of the coptics they were related to him they were of the same race and they were also his followers, he was a leader. So, Allah Ibrahim family brought him over here and in particular gives a sense of family, not just followers, not followers, but in particular family. So, the family of Ibrahim and his son was also chosen. Now if you look at it, differently salon was chosen from his children, new salon was chosen from New Harrison and children who was chosen Ibrahim Renison, and especially family but it must be mentioned

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over here. Family below him was chosen now who is included in El Ebrahim in the family of the body. This is understood as first of all is smart enough to listen is how are you sending his sons and their children, if you remember is how could is that I'm son was here Cooper Edison and from him came the svelte remember the tribes of the bunny Israel and from among them, the many messengers.

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So, family volume includes first of all the branch off, but he is slightly and secondly the branch off but he is married and from the bunnies marry looking Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu.

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So it wasn't just able to hammer this home who was chosen, but it was his family that was chosen through when he is married. And also but

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also it has been said that Annabelle he actually means Ibrahim and Islam himself. How do we know that we learned in certain Baqarah in the story of Duluth, Angelou when the money is right when the mother when they came to their Prophet, and they said that appoint for us a leader who will fight for us and we will be victorious. What happened they demanded for a sign that followed was actually their king.

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They divided for a sign and the Prophet told them that it is a monkey and yet to Kuta boo, Fie Sakina tomura become woba Thea to me madaraka Alamosa was

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that the sign of his kinship is that he will bring to you the taboos and in the taboo is Sakina. And in the taboo is also burqa the remnants that were left behind by who and of Musa and add a phone. But if you look at it, what was the burqa? What were the remnants, it was a staff of Musa Hassan the shoes. So it was the things that Musa or his lemon heroine Hassan possessed. So the word and is used for family, but it is also used for the person himself. Why? Because if you look at it, the thing that that person possesses, it doesn't remain with him, but rather it goes on to his family or his followers. Like for instance, in the case of Musa and Helen alayhi wasallam. What happened, the

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staff and the shoes and all of those remnants, they didn't just stay with them, the tablets that didn't stay with them, but rather they were inherited, or they were kept by who by the people after them.

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So al Ibrahim over here refers to who first of all, the descendants of Ibrahim Hassan and secondly, Ibrahim nslm himself. So Allah subhanaw taala chose Ibrahim, how, how was he chosen? He was ultimate, a prophet.

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He is the one who established the Kaaba. He built a cover.

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Similarly, he is the one who left one of his sons were in Jerusalem to populate that place.

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We learned incidentally Baqarah that Allah subhanaw taala set Abraham and his salon in New Jersey illegally nasty, man. I am going to make you for all mankind and Imam, a leader. What does he mean by that? An event for all people.

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All of the people, they look up to him, they respect him, and from his descendants from his children came the profits. After Ibrahima, listen him all of the profits came from from his descendants. So he was made the email of people also go humorless and I was chosen now that he was made the Hamidullah he was a friend of Allah, what the * Allah who Ibrahima halimeda Allah made Ibrahim run his salon, his family, his friend.

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So Ibrahim in Islam was also chosen and enable him is mentioned over here in particular, why because of the multitude of the prophets that came from his from his progeny, so they were also chosen.

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What are their imraan

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Allah also chose the family of England above who are then Ireland mean above the words.

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Now again, either Imran Imran is from the rotators, imeva and Amara means to inhabit or to populate a place. The word aroma is from the same root directory is what does origami minor pilgrimage. Why? Because what does ermelo do throughout the year, it populates the Hara, it populates the carbon. If only Hajj was to be performed in the harem, then what would happen? People would only come visit once a year. But aroma is something that keeps at least populated throughout the year all year round. So our motto is to inhabit a place to populate a place and it also means to repair or to build something

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in the history of Bani Israel. There were two Emraan who are the first of all, the father of Musa

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Musa, even in Milan, who was he the father of musasa. And he is known as an RA I am ra M. In the Bible, he is known as M.

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Secondly, the second immigrant who was in the history of Bani Israel was the father of meridian.

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Who was she, the mother of a service center. So who was in London, the maternal grandfather of research.

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As we learn sort of the heme iron 12, Allah says, We're Maria Maria netta, imraan. And Maria, the daughter off in Milan.

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So there were two are involved. Who are they? First of all, father of Masada, Islam, and secondly, father of Medina medicine, and there was a gap of about 1800 years between the two and one. So the two must not be confused. Over here law says that Allah chose the family of England. Now who does it mean by the family of Milan, which family of Iran is this? There are two opinions. Some say that other one refers to the first one, the father of musasa, that family was chosen how musasa was made a profit, how lunar Allison was made a profit and musanze mother, she played such a big role, how that she is the one who put musallam in the basket, and left him in the river. So she sacrificed so

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the entire family was involved in this process.

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So the family of Milan was chosen. Secondly, is that that element over here refers to the second in Milan, who was the father of modern medicine.

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And this opinion, seems to be more strong, because of the context.

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If you look at the context, when was a sort of revealed when a delegation of the Christians came from Milan, to visit the profit, subtle bonus, they believed in musasa, but they also believed in Risa listener, and the following verses speak of the family of the second England, they speak of who the wife of Emraan, Hannah,

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and their daughter money running, sir, and then restart an incident. So therefore, from the context, it is a stronger opinion, that other amount over here refers to which Mr. The second one meaning the father of money, right?

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So if it's the family of your mom that was chosen, what does it mean by Allah chose family of Iran? And who does it refer to by the family of Iran?

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It refers to Maria and

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it refers to both of them, it includes both of them.

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And if we take the other opinion that allover here, gives meaning of the person himself, so Allah, Allah chose him. He was the Imam of the beta noctus, of Muslim,

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father of Medina, Hassan Who was he, the Imam, of the masjid.

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And his wife gave birth to Maria Maria Sena, who was the mother of who recently said and who was a miracle.

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So Allah subhanaw taala chose the family of Iran over the world. And then I mean, over the world.

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Over here, we see that Ebrahim is mentioned. And allergen one I mentioned, why is unable to he mentioned because from the Alibaba humor, Islam came, the messengers, and especially which messenger, the last messenger Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam

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and then other Amman is mentioned, because from his family game who the last messenger to the bunny is for you, Who was he?

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So both of them are mentioned over here.

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latos all of these people are that either mean, who Adam knew Ibrahim and Enron or other Ibrahim and other involved? How are they chosen in several ways? That first of all, they were made the prophets or from their children, from their descendants came, the prophets.

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Also, they were chosen how that Allah subhanaw taala chose them, for his team for the service of his team.

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They were selected to serve with the novelist.

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And they were also chosen with special qualities meaning they were given some special qualities, special traits that were not given to other people.

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And these special qualities, these special traits that they were given, they use them for what for serving the Dean of a law.

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And notice Allah says Allah amin, amin is what everything besides Allah subhanaw taala, who does it include? The human beings, the jinn, the angels, entire creation, so Allah selected these few above the entire creation, he made them special, why, for the service of his team, so that they would serve is the they would spread his D.

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So what do we see in this ayah? What are some of the lessons that we learned in this is that first of all, Allah soprano data is the one who chooses from his creation, whatever, and whoever humans we don't incidental causes is 68. Allah says wa buka, Luca Maya shatta. wale, and your Lord creates whatever he wills and he also selects, he also chooses what a book is no comitia, what you're after, and he also chooses also a scene This is another very important lesson that we learn is that all of the human beings are all of the creation, they're not the same. They're not the same, all of humanity is the creation of Allah, but there are some who have been given more than others or there

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are some who are more special compared to others, why? Because they have something special in them, Allah Subhana Allah has given them something

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and this could be special qualities, special traits. And it could also be some particular actions that they have been given that the vehicle to perform. So people are different, how with regards to their qualities with regards to their traits, with regards to their actions. So, Allah soprano data has kept a variety in his creation, people have been given different skills, different abilities, some people have more money, some people have more knowledge, some people have more talent, some people have more time. Some people have more children. So Allah soprano data has kept a variety in his creation. So we have to accept the decision about that if Allah has given something to someone

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and he has not given it to me. Instead of being jealous, what should I do? accept his decision, it says decree. And there's always a reason as to why Allah soprano gotta give something to someone.

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All of these people were mentioned over here. They weren't just given these blessings for no reason. For example, New Zealand was not just given a life of 1000 years so that he could live and enjoy a happy life. No, it was why, so that he could do that.

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So the blessings that Allah has given us, the special qualities that Allah has given, they are for a particular reason. And what are they that we increase in our worship of Allah subhana wa tada with these tools that Allah has given us. And one of the best forms of worshipping Allah is serving his team, learning his Deen spreading his theme. It's one of the best forms of worshiping Allah.

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And remember, people could have different qualities. People could have different abilities that make them special compared to others. But what is the best quality that a person has? That makes him chosen? What is that best quality?

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Is it just a man?

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Is it just sincerity?

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It's the understanding and application of the D.

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Because a person could have a lot of knowledge. But if he doesn't understand a thing, if he doesn't apply a thing, what good is that knowledge a person could have imagined. But if he does not have knowledge, how is he going to bring more benefit to himself or more benefit to others around him?

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We learn from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, We are confused giulietti clear Islam either. thokku the best of you. Enjoy helia

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is the best of you in Islam, those people among you, who were best at the time of gently with regards to their, you know, strength or their knowledge or their abilities, or their determination or their truthfulness, the same people are the best ones in Islam, when either focu when you have understanding of the team, when they have gained the understanding of religion.

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For example, look at our modal data and you learned about him today. He had so many good qualities even before Islam, he was very courageous. He was of those people who could read and write, he was learned.

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And he was also very powerful, very strong. But when he became a Muslim, and he didn't just become a Muslim, he gained the understanding of the, that is when he excelled in Islam as well. That is when he excelled in Islam. So he had those qualities from before. But which quality is that that made him Excel it's the quality of the of understanding the deen of applying the D of comprehending the deen.

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So people are not all the same. And what makes a person most special is his understanding of the deen.

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During other children, descendants, variable hair, some of it from others will most Amir on our team, and Allah is hearing. And he's also doing the return. The return is from the roof letters, then rah rah. It is also said that is from other newsletters, that rah rah, the room is used for something that is very small, something that is very tiny, from the same root as the word double. What does that mean? a particle, a tiny atom. Similarly, the word that is used for small ends, tiny ends. So the Ria is derived from that Why? Because children initially they're very tiny, very small.

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It is often said that the word Ria is from the rotators than raw hanza which means to produce or to create something like Allah says yet broken fee, he creates you through it. So there are either Oh, what does it mean Hulk to create.

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So the Ria is called the Rio why, because it is created. And remember that the word of the year applies to children, but it also applies to one's parents. Why? Because they are the children of someone as well right or in a literal sense, they have also been created, you are created and they have also been created. So over here, Allah says the return borrower will have

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all of these people who are mentioned in the previous ayah Who are they they are children of each other.

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Now, a person on the surface might say that other medicine was a father, how could he be the delivery of new listener, but the ISS the reata, Babu Hummingbird children of one another, what it means by that is that some of them are fathers and others are sons.

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So do return back to Hamburg, but the conclusion is that all of them are related to each other, all of them are related to each other, somehow or the other, they share the same message, they share the same lineage, the regatta Babu, her member, they are all related to each other with respect to their lineage. What does this show to us, that all of the human beings from the first man to the last, they are all related to each other, all of the human beings are the ratio of each other human beings have not descended from some other creation. The first human being was who Adam or his son and his children were also human beings and their children were also human beings. So, human beings have not

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evolved from some other creation, they have always been human beings because they share the same lineage, the reata bottlehead member

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this ayah has also been understood in utterly that the reata bubblegum about what it means is that they are of each other meaning their Deen their either their religion, their manners, their habits, their luck, all of them. They resemble.

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They share the same traits, they share the same qualities, the same manners, the same deed, the same religion. Why? Because they did the same work.

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People who do the same work share their characteristics, they resemble one another in their quantities. For example, if you compare the different managers of different companies, there are some qualities that they all share for example, a particular degree or for example, going to a particular school, similarly, an experience off whatever many years and in their personal lives as well, certain qualities or certain characteristics, for example, being very organized because otherwise you cannot be a manager being very determined to do your work, otherwise, you can give up very easily.

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So, because all of these messengers did the same work, therefore, they resemble one another, in their mission, in their responsibility, in their purpose in their manners, in their ways. They resemble each other.

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If you look at it, the time difference between other Medicine Research the tsunamis of 1000s of years, but despite this, it has been said, the reata Babu Hummingbird they are off one another. Why, because they share the same characteristics. Will long Samir and Arlene and Allah is hearing and he's also knowing, Allah hears and he knows meaning he knows his creation and he knows who to choose it on it when she said, who said in Roger imraan, the wife of Amman, the woman of Iran,

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the AI begins with it. And remember, that whenever a sentence begins with it, there is always some meaning to that, what is that meaning is is understood as a meaning you mentioned or profit sort of all the sudden, when such and such happen, by consulted vichara what is hardened me takaku

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So, what does it mean? What could it what is Why are there so many times the I began with it? What does that mean? That was good, remember when are mentioned this one? So similarly with God, if Allah mentioned this, don't ignore this mention this, recall the story, take a lesson from the story.

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Secondly, it has been said that is over here is connected with will long Semyon I name the previous I ns with will local simian army that allies hearing and he's also annoying it on,

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that Allah heard and Allah knew when the wife of Iran said such and such. Allah heard her prayer. Allah knew her state. Well, lo Samir, in our name is Allah to Allah.

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Allah heard her and Allah knew her state.

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It has also been said that it overhears connected with estafa that Allah chose who, Adam, when or what Allah equal or him were earlier in line. Why did he choose al of Iran? is on Mr. Attorney mon, why did a law select the family of your mind especially because a woman she made it there are a woman she dedicated something for the sake of Allah.

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So the story of the selection of the family of imraan begins with who begins with a prayer of a woman. It odd when she said, who said emulator in Milan emulator in Milan, has been understood in two ways, depending on how you look at Enron. If you say that Iran refers to the father of Musa SNM, then emulator, Iran does not mean wife of a man, but rather it means a woman from the descendants of Iran.

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So this shows that the mother of Miriam or Hassan was a descendent of who, how on earth because both of them their father was involved. And she was from the family of her own.

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And remember, in the same story of Bani Israel that we learned at the end of the second just we learned that when Duluth was made the king What did the bunny Israel object?

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What did they say? That How can he be a king when he doesn't have money?

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And why do they think that they are more worthy of kingship, because they belong to a certain tribe, and he did not belong to that particular tribe? Because remember, that for the bunny is right. The messengers came from a particular tribe, the Kings came from another tribe. So this woman, she belonged to the tribe from which the messengers came. And her daughter and her son so basically her grandson was a messenger.

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So in my opinion on how do we understand this, first of all, a woman from the descendants of Iran

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and secondly, in

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Author in mind if you take him around as a second in London, what does it mean by this wife of England? Because her husband's name was Yvonne.

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What was their name?

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Her name was Hannah had known Tabitha Hannah, Vint Falco

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and otherwise it is said that her name was in a double n e.

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So in order to monitor Yvonne when she said when she prayed, what did she pray? Robbie O'Meara in Nina dealt to? Indeed, I have vowed I have dedicated lacquer for your sake, I have dedicated for your sake, what am I dedicated for your sake, Murphy, Bethany, that which is in my home, that which is in my belly?

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Meaning the child that I'm bearing inside me, the child that I am pregnant with? I am dedicating this child for you. How will Holloman liberated for your sake free for your sake,

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the one that don't do is from newsletters noon then or Nether, and what does nothing mean? It is to make a vow and what is about that I will do such and such it is to make something that is not mandatory upon yourself. It's not obligatory upon you, but you make it obligatory upon yourself voluntarily, earlier owner Delta ministry or whatever method that you make whatever vow that you make. So what is it to make something that is not mandatory, mandatory upon yourself

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and another is of two types. It is conditional meaning I will make this thing mandatory upon myself only if such and such happens.

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It's also done without a condition. So in the first case, for example, a woman says Oh Allah, if I have a son, I will dedicate my son for such and such purpose, I will make him a half if, for example, a woman says that I will send him to such and such school to study and to serve your deen, for example.

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So what is the condition? If I have a son? What does that mean that if she does not have a son, she's not going to do that thing anymore? So what is it? It's conditional. It's not mandatory upon her to make her son happy, but she makes it mandatory upon herself.

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The second type of mother is that which a person makes voluntarily without setting any condition, which is what is situation over here that she said that whatever child, I'm going to have Mafi, botany, whatever child I'm going to have, girl, boy, one more, whatever. I have dedicated this child for your sake, for your service without setting any conditions. In Nina doto. Lucky for you, what does that mean for your service for your dean, Matthew botany, whatever is in my buffer. The word buffum is from New Petrus Botha known and it's used for the valley. And over here It refers to the womb because the woman is inside the bottle, the Rasmus inside the womb of the mother.

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So I am going to dedicate this child of mine for your sake, so that this child of mine, learns your deen worships you and stays at the sacred mosque

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stays at the mercy of the Haiku

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the various file, they had this tradition that they would dedicate their children for learning the DEA and worshipping Allah subhanaw taala.

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And these children, they would stay in the masjid.

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They were in a permanent hostel.

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And what would they do?

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The only thing they will do is learn to sing and worship almost.

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That's the life they knew. That's all that they will do. And it was mandatory upon the children to accept this vow of their parents because it's possible the child will grow up and would say, that was your vow, what has that got to do with me? I want to live a free life No, but it was mandatory upon the children to obey their parents with regards to the nether that the parents made. So this mother, she prayed, she made a dua to Allah. She told a lot that I am going to dedicate this child of mine for your sake.

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And this child of mine is going to be Mohan is going to be set free. The word Mohammed Allah is from the fetters have Allah from the word Herzliya, which means freedom. We learned early instead of Bukhara, al-hurra bill Henry, the free person is for the free person meaning it for free person has killed then he will be killed in return, not his slaves.

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Now what does it mean by Mohammed? Well, notice the word Maharaja begins with mean what does it mean? It's a noun. And over here mahalo means one that has been set free.

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Once that has been made free,

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so this child of mine is going to be free. If you think of it, the child is actually worshiping. He is bound to the masjid. He is bound to only learning the deen and worshiping Allah. How is he free?

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If you think of it, when we are told that we have to study, or we have to stay at a boarding at a hostel, what do we think it's a prison.

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We feel as though we're bound and restricted. And we don't have freedom. We can't use our cell phone, and we can't talk all the time. We can't go out. We have to go to school, we can't skip a day. That's how we look at it.

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But remember, true freedom is in freeing oneself from the dunya. And its work and its people and dedicating yourself to almost that is true freedom.

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Shere Khan makes us look at it the other way, that if you are running off to the dunya, if you are serving the dunya, if you are busy with the dunya, then you're free. But the reality is the opposite. That when you have freed yourself from the dunya, and you have dedicated yourself to the worship of Allah, then you're actually free.

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Because the things of this dunya the chores of this world, they never come to an end, they never come to an end, you clean your house 50 times, believe me, you will still find a corner that needs to be cleaned.

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Or within a few seconds, within a few moments, it's going to become dirty again.

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You make it spotless, no spec, nothing. What's going to happen within one day, within one hour, it's going to connect us again. So the work of this dunya never ends. And if you dedicate yourself to serving the dunya, then you're not free. But if you cut yourself off from everything, and devote yourself to the worship of a lot to learning the deen, then you're actually free. Because you are freed from all other responsibilities, the only thing that you have to do is worship Allah. So mohanan over here means that freed from all ties, meaning freed from all other responsibilities from all worldly obligations and distractions, and dedicated solely for your worship.

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dedicated for your worship for your service colleagues, for your for your worship mohalla.

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And you can do the experiences when you stay in the caf in the masjid. You don't have to worry about preparing the food or the Athar, or going somewhere getting dressed and doing this and doing that no, all that you have to do is just worship Allah with school. You don't have to answer the phone, you don't have to check your email. You don't have to do some homework. All you have to do is just worship. And that is true freedom. So she says Muhammad Allah, meaning this child is going to be completely free. He doesn't have to do anything of this dunya dedicated completely 100% for the service of your team.

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We learned that the mother of Madame Arneson and Hannah, who is making this wrong, she could not have any children, or she did not have any children. And one day, she saw a bird feeding its chick.

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And when she saw that, she wished that she would also have children.

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So she prayed to a lot that she should also have children, she made the right to Allah. And soon she became pregnant. And when she became pregnant, when she realized that she was pregnant, she made this. She made this promise with Allah, that Oh Allah, I long for a child. And finally, you're giving me a child. And I am going to dedicate this child of mine, for who, for your sake, not so that this child is with me in my house, and I see the child grow and enjoy every stage, every developmental. No, I am going to take this child of mine, for your, for your service for your worship.

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And it's also said that when she became pregnant, her husband passed away. in Milan, her husband passed away at this particular time.

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Just imagine a woman who does not have any children. Her husband has passed away. And she's pregnant at that time.

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How much love she would have for her child.

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How many expectations she would have of her child, how much attachment she would have to her child who is still in her womb. When women are pregnant, they dream about their child. They think about what they're going to do, how they're going to dress the baby where they're going to take the baby what they're going to name the baby. They think about so many things, they have such an attachment with the child, and especially if the woman is a widow at that time her husband has passed away

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Imagine the love the attachment that she has for that child. What does this woman do that, Oh Allah, you have given me a huge blessing. And I am going to be grateful for this blessing how I am going to give the best thing that I have the best possession that I have, I'm going to dedicate that for who, for your sake, because your deen is more important to me.

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Your religion is more important to me than my own family than my own wishes than my own comfort than my own enjoyment.

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We all wish to enjoy our children, love our children, spend time with our children. But the deen of Allah demands some sacrifice. It doesn't mean we completely ignore them. It doesn't mean we completely leave them. But we must dedicate them for the service of the team. What does she say, for the open mini so you accept for me, except what for me, my daughter, and my offering in NACA and Samir, and Arlene, indeed, you are the always on hearing, the always all knowing what I'm saying, You hear me what I'm doing, you know me,

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you can see my state, you can hear my words.

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Just imagine her state, she gives the best she has for a loss.

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Typically, bearings have a lot of expectations of their children, especially mothers, if it's daughters, they want their daughters to grow quickly, so that they can help them out with the house chores. Or they can have a nice wedding party for their daughter. Similarly, if it's a son, they have a lot of expectations, my son must become a doctor must become an engineer and nothing less. He has to bring this much money home, he has to give me that title that I am a mother of a doctor, my son is a doctor, my son is in the government, my son is such and such. Parents have a lot of expectations of their children, especially mothers. Why? Because mothers are the ones who give birth

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to their children, and who look after them the most. But this mother, she says, I have no expectations, nothing. My child is free from me more than free from me.

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I don't want anything from my child. All I want is that my child should learn that in and should serve. That's what I want.

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And remember, that the work of the only excels or we have seen this in history, that it has excelled only when there is sacrifice when someone has sacrificed

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and especially when women have sacrificed if you look at it, Abraham and his son and his wife, Hydra, she sacrificed. She left her husband and she stayed were in a barren, empty valley with who with a little infant.

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Any other woman would say Are you crazy? Why are you leaving me over here? I'm going to die. You don't care for me.

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But what did she say? It's the decision of Allah and he will not let me go waste.

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She sacrificed a woman sacrificed a woman cooperated and that is when Mecca was established.

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If you look at it, the wife of fear own Asya and insulin, her as well. She sacrificed she was persistent on to the she looked after Masada center. And she was so persistent. Because of her also, the dean excelled.

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Also look at Khadija delana. She cooperated so much with the prophets of Allah Islam. She was so wealthy, everything was fine. They were living such a happy life before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam received Prophethood. But when he received prophet how much he had to cooperate, how much you had to sacrifice and when she sacrificed when she cooperated. That is when they excelled.

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Look at Mimosa, the mother who said insulin. She put her own child in the river. If she said no, my child, I want to enjoy my child myself, with the dean Excel with the bunnies, fry be saved. She sacrificed.

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So we see that yes, men have done many things. Men have done a lot for the dean to excel. But it's also the cooperation of women. It's also the sacrifice of women.

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Because when women sacrifice, they have to go through a lot of hardship. They have to go through a lot of effort. A woman is very attached to her child.

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Some women are so possessive. They can't let their child go away from them. Even for an hour even for a minute you and for a moment. They want to do everything for the child themselves. They don't want anybody even looking at their child with love. Because they're extremely possessive.

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But when a woman dedicates her child for the deen of Allah, that is one of the never luck and grow. That is when the deen can excel. And if we become selfish, no, my child, I love my child I enjoy so much, then what's going to happen? Somebody has to sacrifice. Somebody has to go through our chip. It's only when we sacrifice that the deen of Allah excels. Especially when women sacrifice, we need to do something as well. We say it's not our responsibility to serve the deen. That's what we say. But what do we learn over here that a woman is sacrificing? and What is she saying? That my child is Mahabharat? And what does she say for the Cabal? May Allah accept this for me, and she prays to a

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loss of final data with the most beautiful names in Mecca and the simian army. Indeed, you are the most hearing the most knowing.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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First of all, we see that a Morrison his effort, his deed is not wasted at all.

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She made this door to Allah in private in secrecy.

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Her husband was not there. He was not there. But Allah heard her. Allah accepted her supplication. And he recorded it in his book, for us to read, for people to read till the Day of Judgment for us to take a lesson from.

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So the main thing is, if it's possible, we do something in complete secrecy. But Allah subhanaw taala put so much Baraka in it granted so much acceptance, that so many people benefit from that deed, what is needed is, if love,

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also we see that Hana as a mother is making a decision for her child.

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Yes, it is the father, who is a co one, it is the father who makes the main decisions. But the woman can also have some aspirations, some hopes, some wishes, some goals that she has for her child,

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the child is in the womb of the mother. And many times unfortunately, all that mothers can think of when they're expecting is I'm so sick, and I'm so unwell. And it's as if I'm diseased, and they ignore the fact that this is a huge blessing that Allah has given them. All they can do is complain and complain. Literally people treat pregnancy as if it's some kind of an illness. It's not an illness, it's a big blessing.

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Yes, it does have hardships, but only when you go through some hardship, you value what you have received. If having a child was so easy, probably mothers would not care for the children as much.

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And also we see that she is making a decision for a child that when my child is going to be born, I am going to dedicate my child for the deen of Allah, for the sake of Allah. What do we say? What do we feel alone?

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I don't know what's going to happen. You never know. Have some wishes, set some goals for yourself and also for your children from a very young age from even before they're born. Because when you make a new year, when you decide when you set yourself a goal and then you start working towards it, then Allah subhanaw taala will also help you but you have to decide you have to make that goal

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follow metadata. Then when she delivered her, what are from their newsletters, well, but I

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wobba literally means to put something down, it is to relieve a burden to put down a burden that a person has been carrying.

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So, hammer is to carry a burden it is to carry a load and water is to put it down.

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So hammer is pregnancy and water is to deliver the child

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so phenomenal daughter when she delivered her when she gave birth to her What does her refer to Madame artista the child

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pilot she said meaning the mother said Hannah said or beat oh my god

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Nice to have one, sir, I have given birth to a female.

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What was she expecting?

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A boy?

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Why? Because typically, what do people hope for what do people wish for typically, boys,

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and her vow that she had made was what? That I'm going to dedicate this child of mine, to the service of the dean. And at that time, there was no concept of women going and staying at the mosque, it was a service of the team.

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It was only men, it was a male dominated thing, women did not do that.

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So when she gave birth to girls, she said, a new mother to her own Sir, I have given birth to a female, what does Allah say, will love who are them and allies best knowing female Darth of what she has delivered?

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Allah knows very well, of what she has delivered.

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And this decision of Allah, of giving her a daughter and not a son, was based on the knowledge of Allah. And what was that, that this woman, this daughter was going to do something that Assam could not have done, this daughter was supposed to give birth to restarted. So now

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when I said the Kuru, and the male is not can like the female, the male is not like the female.

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Meaning what the male does, the female cannot do.

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So, the male, the boy, he is the one who says in the Heckle, in the vital masters, learning the deen worshipping Allah and a girl, she does not do that. Well, he said the Caracal on sir.

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This can also be understood in another way that the boy is not like the girl, that what the girl can do, avoid cannot do.

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So it can be understood in both ways.

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What a boy can do, a girl cannot do and what a girl can do, a boy cannot do. Why, because both of them are different.

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They're biologically different. They're mentally different in their abilities, in their strengths. They're completely different.

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They're two different creations. They're not the same. When they said the choral concert, and because they're not the same, we should not strive to make them the same. We should not strive to make them the same. Because no matter how hard we try, naturally, a girl is going to remain a girl and a boy is going to remain a boy.

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We see that there's so much competition between men and women.

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Women are striving to be like men, which they cannot be.

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And when they try to do that they bring harm only upon themselves.

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For example, if a woman is trying to play the role of a man living as a single parent deliberately, for example, in some cases, that I don't need a man, I can look after my family myself. She's working full time. She is working in her house full time. What is she she's being overburdened. So the male is not like the female and the female is not like the men they cannot be compared because their nature is completely different.

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Over here, what the girl can do, the boy cannot do. Men can do many things. But there's one thing that they cannot do, they cannot bear children.

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And this child was supposed to give birth to return to center, the Kadima of Allah. So, therefore, a las panatela give Hannah, a girl, a daughter.

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Well, it means a maid to her Maria, and indeed I have named her Madame

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Hannah says at the birth of the daughter, that I have given her name, which name Maria.

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So Mater is on the roof addressing me well, also while seeing me or seen while me,

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somebody you send me is to give a name.

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Some made to her, I have named her Maria.

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Maria is a Hebrew name.

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And it literally means servant of Allah.

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It also means worshiping one who worships. Obviously, it's in the female sense. It cannot be used for a meal.

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So a servant of Allah, one who worships Allah. And it's also understood as one who gives the half of people and also of Allah soprano.

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So basically, one who serves serves who, Allah and also the people.

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So one who has many qualities

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in the same way to hammer home. We're in need or either her and indeed I seek refuge for her were either instrumental factors in well that either you or others seek refuge in Riedel. I see

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refuge for her for her,

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so worried to have because I seek refuge for her with you With who? With Allah subhanaw taala

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where do they get the hat and also her children from who Ministry of Energy from shaytaan who is cursed.

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So I seek protection for her. And also her offspring from who, from shaitan who is the workers

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of a gene is from the newsletters Ragini rajim, which literally means to stone someone.

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So shaitan is called virgin. Why, because he is stoned how,

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when the shell thing when to go up to the heavens, to listen to the conversations of the angels, what happens, a star or a shooting star or a meteorite or something like that is sent after the Shetlands. So shaytaan is called a gene because of that.

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And secondly, the word origin is also used for cursing someone. So regime gives a sense of Maroon meaning one who is cursed.

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So in the Ori who have become a Buddha, tamina shape energy.

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We see over here that Hannah gives a name to her daughter,

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in Nisa, me to her Maria, I have named her Maria.

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So first of all, she gives a name to her daughter, that is a very meaningful name,

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a beautiful name, it has a good meaning.

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So when selecting a name for your child, don't just focus on how good it sounds, but also focus on the meaning of the name. What does it mean, it should be a meaningful name.

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And especially if it's a name, one of the profits, that is something that is much better, or a righteous person from before, that is also something that is very good.

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Also, we see that she named her as soon as the daughter was born as soon as Madeira Islam was born. Because if you look at the if you read the ayah, that inuwa to her own son, Allah says what I said.

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And then she says, what it needs me to harmonium. So it is as though she named her baby the same day. And this is permissible, that you can name your child, the very day the child is born. You don't have to wait for the replica. But by the replica, you must give the name to the child.

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Like for example, we learned from a hadith which is mentioned in a little hottie, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, This night, a son was born for me. And I called him by my father's name, Ibrahim.

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When the son of the Prophet sallallahu, Ibrahim was born, he gave him the name the same night. This night, a son was born for me. And I have named him after my father, Ibrahim.

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So if you have already decided a name from before, as soon as the child is born, you are allowed to give the child that name from the woman that the child is born, it is permissible to do so.

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Although we see over here that a mother has the right to give a name to her child.

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Many times, in some families or in some cultures, the women are given no choice, no choice at all, with regards to giving a name to the child, they have no say it's only the father who decides. Or it's the grandparents who decide,

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or it's some shape or some mowlana, who decides and nobody else, you have no choice the mother especially, she has no choice. But the fact is that she is the one who is probably going to be calling the child the most, who is going to spend the most time with the child. So she should be given the right to decide in the name that is to be given to the child.

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Now from the stone thing that you as a mother only has a child and your husband does not have the right to give the name No. Obviously, it should be done with her case was different. Her husband had already passed away. So therefore she decides for the name of the child as well.

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And then she says that I seek refuge for her in you for her descendants from shavonda expelled.

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So what does it show? That the doors that parents make for their children? What do we pray for? Allah make them successful? or allow make them very intelligent, make them very obedient, make them very humble. All of these drawers Yes, are very important. Yes, very important. But one of the main draws that we must make for our children is for their protection from shavon

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because shaitaan is our open enemy, our enemy from the first day in total as high as 62 we learned that in a Horton Eli me piano at the Atlantic Canada reata hula calida shape answer to another if you delay me until the day

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resurrection I will surely destroy his descendants, except for a few.

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So his goal, his mission, the mission of shaitaan is to destroy human beings. How? By leading them to hellfire. So he is your enemy from the very first day, you're praying for the success of your child, for the amount of your child that is very important, extremely important. But at the same time, it is also important to seek refuge for that child against the evil of Shabbat.

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And this is something that must be done even before the child is born.

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And even before the child is conceived, which is why before *, even the parents, what should they do, they should seek refuge against the shavon.

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We learn from a hadith that is mentioned as a hadith Abu huraira narrative that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Every newly born baby is touched by shaitan when it is born, and the baby starts crying because of this touch. What does your bond do?

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As soon as a child is born, children cannot bear it. And books at the child hits the child. This is the enmity of shaytaan a newly born child so innocent, so helpless, has not done a thing. But shaitan he hates human being so much so that the moment a child is born, he hits the child.

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And the Hadees tells us except for Maria, and her son

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shavon What does he do? He pokes at every child, and he did not work who Maria and her son why, because the mother of Maria wanted to pray in need to have bigger weather Rita Pinochet 2014.

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So amongst the dollars that we made for our children, we should also pray for their protection from our biggest enemy.

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Although we see that she doesn't just pray for her child, but she also prays for who,

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for the children of her daughter.

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So we see her farsightedness that she's not just concerned about her own children, her immediate children, but she's also concerned about her grandchildren and their children. Because the Ria is not just one generation, it includes generations and generations, progeny, offsprings.

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And we also learned another way of making sure over here that when you're making the offer someone make to offer them first and then their child. For example, you could say that May Allah keep you safe, and your children as well. Not May Allah make your children safe. And you, you first and then your children.

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What else do we see in this?

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One thing is very important, very beautiful. boy she talking to over you.

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Just imagine she's a widow? At the birth of the child, who do you celebrate the happiness with your spouse? But she's a widow? Who is she talking to? A loss of friends?

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Who is sharing her feelings with a loss?

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She says, Well, no, I have given birth to a girl. And I have named her money. And I see protection for her against the enemy against shaitan. So what does this show us? That we should also talk to her?

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Many times different things happen. Sometimes it's very small things. And sometimes it's very big things. And we just want to share with people,

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you know, is reflecting on this concept of social networking websites that are out there. What is it about

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it, you just want to tell people about what's going on. You want to share every little thing, whether you like something or you dislike something, whether you're friends with someone or you're not friends with someone, whether you have said something to someone or you haven't said something to someone, all that we are concerned about is sharing what we're going through with the rest of the world.

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It's because we cannot keep our even private matters to ourselves. We just have to publicize we have to tell everybody about it. We have to advertise something small happens we have to share we haven't tell somebody or the other about it. But what do we learn over here that she shares with who with Allah, she speaks to who? To Allah soprano, Tada.

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And remember, that when we start talking to other people about every little thing that happens, what happens?

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It's very easy to do.

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It's very easy to backbite it's very easy to say something that is inappropriate. Say something that is incorrect. For example, if you're very sad, because somebody has said something to you. Now you're telling your friend about it, but it's possible you say something that is negative and it makes that connection

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But if you're sharing the same thing with the last panel gun, it's the safest way of sharing your feelings. What sharing your feelings with almost.

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Sometimes you want to tell your friends about something, you want to go post online, you want to say something. But what happens, your internet is not working, or your friend is busy, and you're just waiting for the time that you can meet her finally. But when you share something with a loss of penalty, he's always available.

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He's always there, you can share with him all the time. Anytime you can speak to him, you can share with him.

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And when you share something with another person, there is a lot of risk that is involved. It's possible that they misunderstand. It's possible that they don't understand. It's possible that they leak out what you've told them. They don't keep it to themselves, they tell everybody else about it. Or the doubt somebody about it, and you don't like that.

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Whenever you tell something to another person. That's it. It's been disclosed. Which is why to be do, you have disclosed how, by uttering it even to one person.

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But when you share something with a loss of penalty, you know that it's safe.

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You know that this thing that you shared with a lie, it's going to remain in confidence. And sometimes we spend so much time in just talking to other people that we sing with other people. This is what I did today. This person I met today, I ate this today I ate that today. I went here today when there today, if we analyze our conversations, so much time we spend on just sharing these little little things. Yes, it is important to communicate with other people. But there shouldn't be a limit. Because if a person is just doing touch basing all the time, if a person is just updating his friends All the time, then he cannot focus on other important things. You see people all the

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time, they're looking at their cell phones, every few minutes. Okay, is there an update? Is there a message is there a post is there this is their that all the time, this is what they're concerned about. Just imagine how many times we check our email every single day. How many times we unlock our phones, I wonder if there was, you know, some application, I could tell you how many times you unlock your phone in one day.

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Just imagine so much time is wasted in just sharing everything with other people.

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And if we focus on sharing things with Allah subhanaw taala it's the best way. It's the safest way. And it's a way that's going to bring your reward as well. Why? Because it's while you're talking to Allah.

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Imagine when you talk to a friend when you talk to her sister when you talk to her mother, okay, fine, you get it out of your system, and it's done. But when you talk to Allah, you also get reward.

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Because there are is a form of worship.

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So we see over here that she is talking to Allah.

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But sometimes you see some other people, they go to another extreme. They fear that other people are going to leak out their information. They don't trust other people and they stay bottled up inside. They don't share anything with other people, this is also not healthy.

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Because what happens a person is just living in his negativity, all alone suffering from loneliness, the best way is to share with Allah

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because he knows you best, he understands you best, he loves you most, he cares for you most. And he is the one who can actually do something about you.

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Your friends they hear and they forget. But when you pray to Allah, then something is actually done.

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So, the best way of sharing your feelings is sharing them with your with your Creator. And this is something that we see in the example of Hannah.

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Then what happened

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because if you look at the names of a lot that are mentioned over here, a Samir and Arlene, he hears and he knows nobody else hears you, the way he hears you. Nobody else knows you the way that he knows you.

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photog Bella, Rob O'Hara, then he accepted her, who accepted her. Her Lord. He accepted Who? Maria the offering because it has an in with an acceptance. That is beautiful. He accepted her with a beautiful acceptance. What does it mean by this? Sometimes you offer something to someone, and what do they say? No, thank you. Or they say, No, no, it's okay. Just

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I don't want it. They refuse in a very polite manner. Some people, they refuse a lot, but your insistence on your persistence. What do they do they finally accept. There's a little bit of back and forth and eventually they given and they accept

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and other people. They take it with a smile, even if they don't want whatever you're on.

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For them, and other people, they take it. They show their appreciation, they smile. They're very grateful. This is what the woman has done. You know, it's possible somebody is giving something to you, and you really don't need it. But if you accept it, what are you doing? You're pleasing the other person, you making the other person happy? If you look at it, that Allah subhanaw taala, need medyo did he need someone to be dedicated at the masjid so that she or he worships all day and night and burns the overlying spreads of the universe? No, Allah doesn't need people. But still, he accepted her. Why? Because of the way because of the manner that the mother offered, because of the

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sincerity that was involved.

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So sometimes, just respect the feelings of other people, and accept what they're giving you even if you don't need it, even if you don't like it. And you never know you might find some use in it. So Allah accepted her with good acceptance, what better her and he made her girl, Nevada that has an A with a growth, that is beautiful. And that is from New fetters noon back that never enough means to grow. embed, is used for nurturing or looking after giving rise to a plant. Why? Because the word in the back is used for plants.

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So I'm better embed is what to look after a plant or to make it grow.

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And over here, it's been used for what and better hair he made who grow her money, right? Isn't it the word is being used for looking after a child making a child grow. Because the way of looking after a plant and looking after a child, or making a plant grow, and making a child grow, is very similar. There's a lot of resemblance in these two actions. How that, first of all, it's a full time job, you cannot leave for even a day, for even a week. If you have a beautiful garden, if you have a vegetable patch, then you say, nevermind, I'll take a vacation for a week, I won't be home, nobody's going to water, the plants alone will take care. Similarly, I'm not gonna look after my children,

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I'm not gonna care about what they're eating, what they're learning how they're behaving, Allah will take care. But Allah will take care, but you have to do something as well, you are the one who has been placed as the responsible one over the childhood over the plant. So first of all, it's a full time thing.

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Secondly, whatever you expose a plant to what happens, the plant is affected by it.

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If you expose the plant to sunlight, fresh air, good soil, what's gonna happen, the plant is going to be healthy. And if you don't expose the plant to sunlight, if you don't put a good soil, if you don't water the plant, what's going to happen, it's going to affect the growth of the plant. The more attention you pay, the better things you expose the plan to, the better the growth is going to be, then sometimes it's going to be very accelerated even, it's going to be very fast.

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Similarly, a child, whatever you expose your child to, if it's something good, you will see that good in the child. If you expose the child to something bad, something negative, you will see that in the child.

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Many times we see children, little Children, Toddlers, they're doing things or they're saying things, not because they were deliberately talked to them in a classroom. Why are they doing them? Because that is what they have seen their mothers doing. That is what they have seen their grandparents doing. So children do what they see children learn what they're exposed to.

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So over here, Allah says, I'm better Hannah Beth and has an Allah made Madeira lesson grow. How nevadan has a beautiful growing? What does it mean by this new Batman hasn't it? There is understood in two ways. That first of all, in the physical sense, even our best of the learn who said that she would grow in a day what a normal child grows in a year.

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So her growth, physical growth was accelerated. Within a day. She was like a one year old. within two days. She was like a two year old. Within three days, she was a three year old. Why? Because she had to go to the hospital. She had to go to Bethel, not just to study there. Obviously even infant is leftover, they're going to be a big distraction for other people, for those who are focusing. So her growth was hasn't held that it was very accelerated.

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Secondly, it is understood as that Ember, the HANA Bethan has said that in her

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In her mannerism in her behavior, in her knowledge, she was given the very best and better Hannah Beth and has an she was in the company of the righteous people. She learned righteousness, she learned knowledge, she was exposed to all of these good things. And therefore, her know that her growing was also very beautiful. Remember, whatever you expose your child to, that is what your child is going to learn. If you want your child to memorize the Quran, then don't expose him to the Quran, when he's seven years old, no exposure to the Quran from the day that he is born even before he is born. If you want your child to praise Allah, then press Allah in front of him. If you want

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your child to give sadaqa make him gifts other from the day that he is very young.

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If you want your child to speak the truth, speak the truth in front of him. If you want your child to speak nicely, for likely speak politely to your child.

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If you want your child to clean up his mess, then clean up his mess when he's in front of you. From a very young age. Many times people complain when children are older. They're so messy. They don't clean up after them. Why? Because they were never exposed to cleaning up from the very first day. Mothers get very lazy sometimes and they leave the mess. And only when my child is going to go to sleep, then I'll go and clean when there is no distraction for me. But how is the child ever going to learn the concept of cleaning up when he's never exposed to it? Whatever you expose your child to that is what your child is going to learn. Maria Martinez said I was exposed to knowledge. She was

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exposed to a bad she was exposed to scholars. She was exposed to the masjid. That is where she stayed. If you never take your child to the masjid from a very young age, how do you expect him to go when he's older? If you expose them, to the television, to the movies, to video games, to the computer, to your phone all of the time, that is what the child is going to be interested in.

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So I'm better nevadan has an

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injury recorded that it was at the mercy of my husband's mother left with Maria carrying her infant path while she was still a baby and took her way to the Heckle. Why is it that she would stay there and learn and worship? So she took her to the rabbi's from the offspring of heroin or Islam, the brother of Messiah listen. Why? Because they were responsible for taking care of the bottom of this at that time, just as some people were responsible for taking care of the cargo. Even now and before.

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It is said that Miriam Edison's mother Hannah, she said to them that take this child whom I have vowed to serve the masjid. I have set her free since she is my daughter. And because this concept was completely unheard of that a woman comes and stays at the masjid and she is the one who worships and learns the deen. What happened was that initially, the scholars they refused. They said No way. Infant, no way. And then on top of that a girl, how is it possible? It's not possible we're not going to take her. But then Hannah told them about some of the dreams that she had had, and of the fact that she had vowed from before even Madeira Hassan was born that she was going to dedicate her

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child in the way of Allah. So upon this, they said that she is the daughter of our Imam. Why did they say that? Because she was the daughter of Iran. and Iran, as I told you earlier was the Imam of the Hakan as Iran used to lead them in prayer, who took care of her sacrificial rituals. The Career excellent. Who was amongst them.

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He said, Give her to me, for her maternal aunt is my wife. So he was also a relative of Maria Maria somehow that Hannah sister was his wife. So he said that she's also you know, my relatives, so Give her to me, I will take care of her. They said our hearts cannot bear that you take her for She is the daughter of our Imam, that yes, you are her relative. But this is something that is very good. It's an honor, it's a privilege to be in charge of someone who is going to worship who is going to learn that the novella, so we also want to be her in charge

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and decide that there was a dispute and which finally ended up enjoying lots which inshallah we will learn about at the end of the lesson.

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So we see that initially, they refused. Why? Because the work was very challenging. Looking after an infant or teaching a very young child is something difficult. It is very challenging. But when they realized that this child is not ordinary, what happened? All of them started to say that no, we want the job. I am going to look after.

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So it's a big honor. It's a big privilege. If Allah subhanaw taala gives you the trophy to look at

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After some people who are learning the deen of Allah, it's an honor. It's a privilege, which is why they all wanted that.

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So what happened then, when there was a dispute amongst them, and the juillet, the Korean Hassan, his name came up so he was chosen to be the guardian of Madeira. So what does Allah say over here? Well Kavita has a courier, and he placed her under the guardianship of zekeriya.

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Governor, you can feed it from the rotators calf

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grafana is to be responsible over something or someone.

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What does that mean? That you take care of all of their matters, you ensure that they are learning, you ensure that they're memorizing, you ensure that they're doing what they should be doing. So kafala is what to be in charge over someone to play someone as an in charge over another, to check their attendance to check their homework to check their progress, all of these things. So Kapha has a courier who was in charge the Korean Peninsula.

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So we see over here that the Korean restaurant was made the in charge of medium or listener. The clear lesson was a profit of his time. And he was also the leader of the bunnies for you. Who was he? He was the father of your hearing center. He was, as I told you earlier that he was the husband of the maternal aunt of Madeira Acela.

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We see over here, that the father of money, right, insulin had passed away.

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So who was it that was looking after her until she was brought to the hospital, it was the mother.

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And the mother is the one who decided what the child was going to do for the rest of her life. She is the one who set a goal for her child.

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When we have children, or when we think of children, what do we think that we are responsible for taking care of them. We have to do the therapy. We have to make sure that they're learning. But at the end of the day, their therapy, their training is not entirely in our hands. It's not entirely in our hands. The mother was there, but she did not look after the child or look after the child. Another person, the father was not alive, who looked after the child, another person.

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So at the end of the day, it is actually Allah subhana wa tada who takes care of the therapy of a child because if you look at it, Allah says what cat fella has a career? What unbutton Allah made her girl Allah puts a career as her in charge. So it is Allah who looks after our children as well. But we have to have some aspiration some goals, some hopes, some wishes because only when we have them when we pray to Allah subhanaw taala for them then they can only be materialized if we don't have any wishes then what's gonna happen so look out for that has a Korea so Korea this anime is the one who was made her in charge. So clearly salon was made her guardian for her benefit. What was

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that benefit? that she would learn from his knowledge? And she would learn from his righteous conduct? Good llamada holla every time that he entered, I lay upon her upon who upon Maria, Melissa, what does it mean by this? That every time the Korean Islam came to visit Medina?

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Why, in order to teach her in order to make her learn something, or see how she was doing, or bring her something because he was in charge, so he would bring the food he would bring the knowledge, everything, so every time he would enter upon her who the Korea Sarah were in,

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in the prayer chamber.

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The one we have is on the roof that has hair and makeup is used for several things. First of all, it's used for mustard. What does it mean by mustard? Meaning a place of prayer, a place where a person worships Allah soprano.

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Secondly, the word michelob is also used for the place of the event, the particular place where the Imam stands and he leads the people in prayer. Why is it called me shot? Because when Muhammad is from how and what is happening, war

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and the Arabs whenever there was a distance between two people, even if there was no enmity still, they would say for Lanham Harry buffoonery meaning so and so was that help with Finland meaning they weren't distant from each other, they were away from each other. So the Imam he stands separate from the rest of the people. The man who is leading the Salah, he stands separate from the rest of the people. So this is why we have is called me hub because it's the place where the man stands. The one we have is also used for the best spot or the best place

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In a machine, and what is that place? The place where a lot of Pentagon is worshipped all the time.

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So for example, we have over here, it refers to the room, or the area where medium or the cinemas. Why? Why is it called me? Because when you read Islam was there all the time. And she would worship Allah subhanaw taala all the time, or she would be studying, or she would be learning or she'd be doing something or the other. That is why her place is called Mecca. Why? Because it is separate. It is dedicated completely for the worship of Allah. And otherwise, a prayer places called Muhammad Why? Because a person who is praying a person who is worshiping he is at war with who, with himself would shape on.

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For example, when you're sitting in the classroom, what happens? You want to check your phone, you want to go outside, you want to go see what's happening. You want to go home, you want to check your email, you wanna do something or the other. But you're constantly at war with yourself, no, I'm not going to do it. I'm going to focus on this thing right now.

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So similarly, when a person is praying, especially when he's dedicated himself in the masjid, he's literally at war with himself and against the shaper. So this is why my father's called me home. So whenever he entered upon her in the mirror, meaning in her room, the place where she would stay in worship Allah, what are there in the head, you would found with her? There is a provision he found with her provision, the word risk is used for provision. But over here, what does it mean by this? It's understood in two ways. First of all, food that is not in this world that was completely unfamiliar to people. So food that was from out of the world. For instance, the Bani Israel were

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sent man and Salwa. That was also what out of this world. So similarly, Maria Maria Salaam was given food from out of this world, or it was such fruit that was non seasonal.

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So for instance, in the winter, she would have fruits that are only found in the summer, or in summer, she would have fruits that were only found in winter, even today, in some places, many places, in fact, you will only find seasonal food. So similarly, with her Maria or nslm, she would have non seasonal food. And if she had risk, Zachary Harrison would obviously wonder that I am the only one who is in charge. I am the only one who is supposed to be looking after her who brought this to her. Nobody's allowed to come here. So whether they're in the head is because first of all, this refers to food. Secondly, they said that risk refers to some scrolls or some scriptures some

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sort of with knowledge, which I had, he would say that Medina has sent and received written scriptures it says musasa was given the tablets they were written from before, similarly medium or they said I was given somebody in the form of in because this imagine, he is her teacher. He comes to teach her something. And she has some amazing, nice reference book with her. So obviously, we wonder where do you get this from?

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So what are there in the head? Is he found with her That is, if you look at it, the mother of Maria Maria said I'm dedicated her child, for whose sake for the sake of a loss.

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What is it that stops us from dedicating our children for the deen of Allah?

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their livelihood? I want my son to be a doctor to be successful engineer. Why? So that he can make a lot of money, he can support his family, and he can also support me.

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All we wonder, we're worried that if they're only going to learn Dean, where are they going to eat from? Where are they going to make their money from? But look, a loss of penalty is the one who sent this to Maria. Whether they're in the hurt is gone. You would find risk already with her? on it. Yeah. Maria, he would say Zachary Allison would say to hurt Yeah, Maria and Nikita, where did you get this from? How can you have this? Where did it come from? And unless lucky had the way that this is formed and know that he had as if it expresses that what she had was a lot meaning as if there was a lot of food or there was a lot of knowledge. So where did you get this from? Ana she would say

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Who am entering the lab, it is from Allah.

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Alliance my Rasul.

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Allah has made almost one who provides me

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a notice she says, Who am entering the law it is from Allah. It's possible that some Angel would bring it it's possible that was given to her through some other way it's possible that another person would bring it along wireless. The exact way has happened mentioned. But what has been said is that women are in demand, because Allah is our provider in Allah higher

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Welcome Manisha, Indeed Allah provides whomsoever He will be lady has said without any measure, what does he mean by this without any limit? Without any consequence, he gives and gives well Who are you thermal? When are you found? It is he who feeds and is not fed. So little anon I am 14

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era salon called upon his Lord Hoon Erica, who nanika is a combination of hoonah which gives the meaning of here at such time, in this place, and liquor, it connects hoonah. So, hoonah Lika, together, gives meaning of at that time and at that place, it gives meaning off time and place, meaning at that very place at that very moment.

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Sometimes it happens that we're at a particular place, and at that time, there's a part that comes to our mind and intention, we want to do something, what do we do that as soon as I leave, that I will do it. So we delayed, but who nanika is right there, and right then, without any delay, immediately, there is a career of Bahasa Korea, Salam Mithra, to a loss.

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When at which place? At what time we learned in the previous ayah that every time Zachary artisan would enter in the drop of Maria Maria salon, he would find with her risk he would find with her provision, and upon seeing that you would ask her where did you get this from? What did she say that this is from Allah, Allah provides whoever he was without any preset.

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So when the Quran is that I'm saw, that this girl who is living alone, she is given special risk from a loss penalty. If Allah can give her non seasonal fruit, or he can give her food that is out of this world, or he can give her some knowledge that I have no idea about, if Allah can give her something he can give me something to. So immediately the career is solid salami, dua to Allah subhanaw taala right there. He didn't wait, okay, fine. When I leave that I will make the law. No, at that moment at that place, he may due to a loss of anger. And what do I did he make a beat, he said, Oh, my Lord, heavily laden cattle.

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grabbed me from yourself, a righteous child, a good child. In NECA, Sameera indeed you hear all the prayers,

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we see that sometimes if somebody has something that we don't have, or we want, or if somebody has a particular quality that we wish for, if somebody has some money or something that we want, what happens when we see them with that particular thing?

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Either we feel very miskeen and very maloom that Oh, poor me. You know, unfortunately, it's so sad. I don't have it. And we feel pity for ourselves. This is how we feel or we become jealous. How come she has an I don't have so I

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Do we fall prey to self pity? Or we become jealous. But what is the way of the Prophet of Allah? What is zaccaria? Islam? He made the argument was alive in front of me, as a mother, his father, think about it, if he can give something to her, he can also give it to me. Because at the end of the day, who is Eliza logic he gave her, he can also give me.

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So instead of feeling bad for yourself, or instead of entertaining, hidden jealousy, what should we do pray to a loss.

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What did he pray for that heavily have is from the veterans well have? And we learned the name of our last panel data hub earlier.

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And what does he mean? HIPAA is to give something that is given without the intention of gaining some personal benefit. For example, when you give sadaqa, what's the intention that you're going to get some reward in Indonesia or India?

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Similarly, when you give a gift to someone, what's the intention that this gift is going to create good relationships between the two of you, it's going to enhance your friendship, it's going to improve your relationship. But harbor is something that is different from our three year and it's also different from sadaqa.

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What is HIPAA? HIPAA is given only to benefit the other person, that's the main reason why are you giving it just so that the other person can benefit, you don't want any personal benefit for yourself, you're not expecting any return. You're giving it solely for the benefit of the other person. For example, you find somebody is doing a particular thing or particular work. They're not needing, so they don't deserve something.

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And it's not that they have achieved something big that you're giving them a gift. But you think that what you have is going to be of use to them. For example, you have a very nice pen, their student as well, your student as well, both of you right all the time. So you have a very nice pen, they can afford that pen as well. They didn't get the best marks in the class, which is why they should deserve a gift. But you give that pen to them why so that they can benefit. There is no personal benefits intended. There is no goal that you want to achieve. There is no purpose that you want to achieve. The main thing is that you want to benefit the other person. This is what haber is.

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So he said, Oh Allah, oh my god, Grant me Mila Anca from yourself. Why does he say from yourself from your side? Because what comes from Allah is the best. What comes from Allah is the best like we read earlier, fulfilled Lima. filata min Indic Maha Mahara from Allah is the best muscle, sometimes to people to different people might give you the exact same thing. But what is it that you like more?

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It depends on who gave it.

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If your mother gives you something or your husband gives you something. And let's say your friend also gave you the exact same thing. What is it that you will love more? What's your husband? For example, if you have two things that are identical, and you wish to give one away? What is it that you're going to give away? That thing which is not that special to you? Typically, this is what we do. So he said I'll be heavily male I don't care because what comes from you, is the best. The gift of a Corinne is a crumb, the gift of Aleem his album samila don't come from near you via

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a pure child. Remember the meaning of the word thank you for that which is clean, good, favorable, pleasing, that which brings pleasure to the heart that would satisfies a person salutely yes and thank you. But the DSM five refers to a child who is not just healthy in his body, but also healthy in his mind, healthy in his actions in his arm and in his fate in what he does, so heavily melaleuca The Return button in the Casimir indeed you hear the prayers and what does he mean by this that severe withdrawal that you respond to prints. It is said that the courier is Sara. As we learned from other suitors with the Quranic Subramaniam. We learned that he was very old at this time when

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he made this law.

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And he did not have any children as of yet,

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despite the fact that he was very old.

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So when he saw that Marina is gonna get so many benefits gets a risk from Allah. He was hopeful. And he was hopeful that if Allah can give her something that is out of season, yes, I am old. My wife is old, but Allah can do anything. He can give me a child as well. So he prayed to Allah subhanaw taala for a child

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and we learn about the etiquettes of making them and what

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The etiquettes

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what are some of the etiquette said we learned from this door

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that your heart should be fully involved. Look how he's making the door or be heavily molded and look at the words that he's selecting. hubballi mila dunka the return by Eva in Naka, Sameera Dora. So first of all, your heart should be present. And secondly, we should call upon a loss of penalty by his names. It says inika Sameera da indeed you hear all the drawers.

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So what happened then? fanedit Wilma? So the angels called him called who Zachary is now that who isn't known that Yeah, from the word NIDA which means to call as you've heard of health, NIDA What does it mean? A word that is used for calling someone Yeah.

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So now that it called him, who called him al-mulla, why is it not that who what is it that indicate? America? So the angels addressed him? Well, even while he was standing, Karima is from chama Yakubu, which means to stand. So while the career of Islam was standing, where was he standing? What was he doing? You suddenly he was praying, Phil madhab in the prayer chamber. What is the environment over here, the masjid or the place that he had specified for his worship, the place where he would worship Allah subhanaw taala,

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we learned that the Buddha also had a separate place where he would wish the last panel undisturbed. And this is very important. Because if we sit in the middle of everything, either we're going to be distracted by people who are around us. Or we are going to be distracted by things that are around us.

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For example, if you're trying to study and if you have your phone right by you and your computer turned on right in front of you, what's going to happen, you're going to read one verse, let me check what's going on. Or maybe the phone is going to buzz or the computer screen is going to turn on. So what happens when we sit amongst other people or amongst other things, and we're trying to focus on something we cannot focus Then why? because either other things distract us, or we ourselves cannot pay much attention, we cannot stay focused. So it's very important to be in a mirror in order to stay focused when worshipping Allah soprano. And it may have doesn't necessarily

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mean that it has to be a separate room which only belongs to me, because I have a shared room. Therefore, I have reason for not studying properly. No. Rob, can we even a small corner

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it can be sometime in the middle of the night Mr. Bahari, he would write during the night when the moon would be full in the light of the moon.

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That's when he would write. Because that's the time when you can get complete peace. no distractions, no sounds, no noise, no people, nothing only you and your work. That's it, which is why the night prayer is so honorable.

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Similarly, we see that there are some students of knowledge who have studied amongst many other people. And all you do is study. And it is only in this way that we can be successful. We are so distracted by the things around us by the people around us by the things that are going on that we cannot focus. We cannot even complete our decoder after Salah we can't even complete our test we have to follow why. Because there's so many things going on.

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And sometimes we enjoy other things so much that we don't like focusing.

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So first of all, we see that he was praying in the middle. So he was focused on his worship. And this is something that we also need to do.

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Secondly, another important lesson that we learned from this is that he was making the offer himself, you suddenly filled me while he was praying in the mirror.

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And the solid includes prayer and it also includes making the right to worship.

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What do we do Generally, if we want something if we need something, we're just requesting other people remember me in your drawers? Yes, we should remind other people to make the offers. But we should also make the offer ourselves

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and look at the conviction that Allah will listen to me heavily melodem khazaria

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so what happened the angel called him and he was praying in the mirror. And the angel said anila how you were shuttlecock via hair Allah gives you the good news of your hair. Now notice over here Malaika is plural. Who does it refer to? It is at the door and over here. Malaika actually first introduced only to bill was the one who spoke to him.

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But the plural has been used why for traveling for honor,

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and aloha you by shiraga via here Allah gives you good news of your hair. He didn't say Allah gives you good news of a child. Now, a child, meaning a son, and his name is going to be your here and now.

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A son whose name is going to be a here, but his qualities are also mentioned. What are his qualities that first of all will suddenly convicted him at minima? He is one who confirms the word of Allah.

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What is the name of Allah? Kalamata minima? This has been understood in two ways. First of all, he started sooner, because he is called creme de la Why? Because he was created by the Kalam of Allah code.

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Secondly, it has been tested calamata minima refers to the books of Allah, the Ayat of Allah. So we'll start the pamukkale Mati minima, this son of yours is going to confirm the words of Allah, the Scripture, the Messenger of Allah.

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What else was he then and he is also going to be a leader. The word say it is under you've ever seen Well then, say the suit, which is to be a leader,

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someone who is followed by others

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and say it like for example, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, and I say you will the Adam will have and I am to say it of the children of Adam, and there's no pride in that. There is nothing to be proud of. I'm just the leader of the children of Adam. So say it is someone who is a leader. So yeah, Harrison is also going to be a savior. He's also going to be a leader of the people will have fallen and he's also going to be chased has loaded on the roof of his house. Audra hustle. What does it mean Karima has

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to put a limit to confine from the same route is what has lead which is used for a prison, because the prison can find the person who is inside.

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so helpful is one who stops himself a lot. One who controls himself confines his desires. So one who has immense self control. From what for a man? What's the first her Boucher women. So her food is someone who is very chaste. It is at that household is someone who remains unmarried and refrains from sexual *, refrains from Xena even

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does not get married. And he also refrains from Xena and obviously, for that he really has to have self control. One who has to stop himself a lot. And it's not just hustled is not just someone who stops himself from fulfilling his sexual desires, but also from fulfilling other desires. If you look at it, just the discussion that we were having now that there's so many distractions, play, and amusement, and talking and fun going out. So her food is someone who stays away from all of these things, and only focuses on that which is important.

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But our problem is that we want to have fun all the time. We don't like studying, we don't like working. Why? Because studying and working means that you have to be alone from people and we don't like being alone. We like being connected all the time.

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But he is hassle want to be given a solution and also a profit from the righteous. Now notice, he only made offers Judaism for UVA. And then he's given the good news even before the child is born even before his wife became pregnant, that you're going to have a child whose name is going to be here. He is going to be a mosaddek he is going to be hustler he is going to be say yet he is going to be an AVI and this good news that he is going to be an AVI is going to be a prophet is even better than the news of the birth of a son.

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We learned that the mother of musasa she was told in now or do la ke where Jerry Lu minimal setting. Verily, we're going to bring him back to you. We're going to bring Melissa back to you. And we're going to make him a messenger. Now imagine a parent finds out that their child is going to be a messenger of profit.

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Imagine their happiness.

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So he made the outward so much pain, with so much conviction that Oh Allah, you can give this to this girl, you can give me a child.

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And when he made the law with conviction, look at the news that Allah subhanaw taala gives.

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We forget that all good is with a loss.

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And when we don't have something, we feel pity for ourselves, we feel jealous, or we strive to obtain these things from other people. We can learn the etiquette from the Prophet of Allah, the etiquette

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with conviction with certainty

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was that he

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Al-Imran 33-44 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 33-39

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