Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L049D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of disintermediate from negative thoughts and negative consequences, including branding negative, and the need for forgiveness and persistence in life. They touch on the concept of premeditated actions and the importance of avoiding harms and seeking forgiveness in helping others achieve success. They also emphasize the importance of forgiveness and reminding everyone that everyone is making mistakes.
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So number 49, sort of earlier in one, we will begin from io 133.

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So in the verses that we have read so far, we have learned that after the Battle of or hurt, a loss of panel data revealed some verses with regards to the battle, so that the Muslims did take a lesson from what had happened.

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But remember, that initially, the Muslims, they felt, you can say, in a way depressed, they were very sad, because they realize their mistake. And obviously, the victory that they had gained at better the are that they had gained it better, all of that was ruined when they suffered the defeat. And

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so these verses, the initial verses, they were revealed, and in a way they boost up the morale of the believers. That Yes, you did suffer a defeat. But what was the reason? The reason was your love Fredonia? The reason was your love for the world.

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And then Reba was mentioned.

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And Riva was mentioned. Why? Because river also shows that a person has love for the person has love for the world, that he doesn't care about what the other person is suffering. He just wants to make sure that he's the one who's gaining and then almost without a warrant, the believers that fear Allah, fear the fire, fear the fire which has been prepared for who for those people who disbelieve, and instead, what should you do obey Allah and the messenger? So that mercy should be shown to you? Because what was it that led them to their defeat? in our head? It was their disobedience to the command of Allah.

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So they're being doled out to your Lucha Libre soon, why not? lecan to heaven, and what is the greatest expression of Rama? Allah soprano artist Jin, which is why we're sad you're either in the middle of become and hasten to forgiveness from your Lord, which are nothing and a garden. Audible has similar to we'll read that live with the opinion as wide as the heavens and the earth, prepared for the righteous. This is what you should be rushing towards, not the spoils of war, not the trinkets of this world. But rather, the vastness of john

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brown rather, the greatness agenda, this is what you should be striving for. But who is it prepared for? Or it that limit the pain? It is prepared for those people who fear? Who do they fear, a loss of panel data?

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What are their characteristics? What are their qualities,

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and lilina unifocal. In a facade,

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it is those people who spend during ease, work the law as well as hardship.

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When did they spend in the way of Allah, not just in good times, but also in difficult times, in times of ease, and also in times of hardship. The word SLR is from the roof better seen or

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from the roof, and solar is used for happiness, which happiness, it is happiness that a person feels upon gaining something upon receiving something. For instance, a person gains a lot of money, personal gains benefit, he got something good. So obviously, he's going to be happy. So this is what total is. So a sub raw is prosperity. It is happiness, and happiness and prosperity are connected. When a person has prosperity when a person has a lot, he feels very happy. So those who spend in prosperity, meaning when they have a lot in times of ease, when they're happy, but they also spend in work

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at the time of hardship.

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The word dama is from the veterans. But

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what does that mean?

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What does that mean both harm

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and harms. So burden means harm. And above ra is suffering or distress that is caused by the loss of well,

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what is it suffering, distress, difficulty that is caused by loss of wealth, and it's not just caused by loss of wealth, but it could be the loss of anything that brings happiness to a person. So for instance, a person loses money, he's suffering from blah, blah, a person loses his good health. He's suffering from illness, and therefore, he's in the wrong. Similarly, a person loses friends, he loses his company, he loses his comfort. What does that mean that he will be in the world he will be in a state of hardship. So those who spend in some raw as well as the raw What does it mean by this?

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They spend at all times plentitude having a lot. prosperity does not make them so proud that they forget other people know, even when they have a lot, even when they're comfortable themselves. They think about others and they spend on them. They're not just concerned about themselves. They're not just concerned about their own enjoyment, but they're also concerned about others. And above raw meaning in adversity, they're not so selfish, that they become stingy, that they become miserly. What does it show that this person is always concerned about others and not just himself? This person is concerned about others and not just himself. Because sometimes when we have a lot, what do

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we think of Okay, now, I can afford this. Now, I can afford that. Now I can afford to go here, I can afford to take a vacation I can afford this expensive jewelry, I can afford this I can afford that. So this is what people typically think when they gain money.

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Similarly, when people lose money, what are they thinking? I only have a little bit. Therefore, I should be concerned about myself.

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I have a right to spend only on myself and not give sadaqa I have a reason to not spend on others.

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Even our best what they learn who said that what this means is that they spend filters, when

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they spend in a time of difficulty and also in a time of ease. They don't forget others. They're not self centered. They're concerned about other people.

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One Calgary, Amina Louise, and those who suppress their anger,

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first of all, they spend on other people. Secondly, they suppress their anger.

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And Kelly me is a plural of Kelvin. And who is scalping? One who kills Alma meaning one who suppresses something, one who controlled something

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cool, literally is to conceal or suppress something inside and not let it come out. not let it become visible, or not let it erupt. For instance, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, either death or hadoken failure, clean mistake, Mr. Faraj

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that when one of you yawns when a person is yawning, what should he do? That he should suppress his Yon as much as he can? What does it mean? That it's a natural thing? It's a natural feeling. You don't tell yourself to yawn. It just comes by itself. You know, you see somebody yawning, you yawn, you see somebody smiling, you smile? They're contagious.

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So, the profits are about Islam instructed that when one of you yawns, what should he do? He should suppress himself, meaning you should control his yard, he should not just yawn with his mouth fully open

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and making noises while at the same time. He shouldn't do that, but rather he should suppress his young. So this is the literal meaning of the word capital to suppress something to control something inside.

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It is a Kelvin masuka what is the call the water container?

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So Kellerman is to close the mouth of a water container, when, after filling it up with water. Why? Because if you don't close the mouth, what's going to happen? What's going to happen? The water's going to come out, it's going to spit out a very slight jerk. You push the bottle, it falls, the container, what's going to happen, the water is going to come out, so you close them out so that the water stays inside.

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Over here has been said Kelly Mino vaes What are they suppressing? What are they controlling inside? They have anger because anger is inside, just as a person yawns What is he instructed to do? control the arm, close your mouth? As much as you can? Similarly, if you have water in a bottle, what are you going to do? Close them out? Because if you don't, it's going to spell out. Similarly, if a person is angry inside, what should you do, you should control it, because otherwise some words are going to spill out or he's going to show some emotion, which is going to hurt the other, which is going to do damage to his personality or do the way that people perceive him.

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So Kevin is to control something to suppress something. It is also said cattlemen, bad, cattleman Bab is to put a lock on the door to lock the door to close the door to shut the door. So something that is inside does not come outside.

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What it is suppressing alive. Alive is when the roof hatches rain

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and rain is used for anger but what type of action

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Is it? I mentioned this to you earlier,

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that a person expresses the anger, he shows emotion, basically raise his anger in which a person's blood pressure increases, you can see

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the person's blood pressure it shoots up. And when that happens, you can see the person go red in the face, breathing very heavily, or very fast. Similarly, looking very angrily, sometimes people are, you know, they start grinding their teeth.

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Sometimes people just start pinching themselves. Sometimes people start twisting their fingers or their nails or doing something or the other when they're angry. So this is a type of anger that arises in which a person shows the emotion, he shows the anger, he does not remain quiet. This is the type of anger that is. And remember that the cause of this type of anger could also be oneself meaning you do something dumb yourself and you become angry on yourself. It's also possible

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sometimes you become angry, why because other people have done something that has made you very upset.

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So the cause of anger is external, somebody else. But sometimes it can also be yourself your own mistake, your own fault.

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So I'll carefully mean Oles, those who suppress their anger. Why? Because if they show this type of anger, what's going to happen, they're going to hurt other people.

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Just as there's a volcano, or something like that, what happens? The fire as it comes out, what's going to happen, it's going to spread, and it's going to cause a lot of damage. Similarly, if you have fire inside of you, what should you do? Keep it inside, and not hurt other people, because then you can cause damage. Sometimes people get very angry, they start slamming the door and throwing things off the floor. And somebody said something nasty to them. And they start showing anger.

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They don't say something, but they show it with their behavior, they will throw the books on the table, they will walk very fast, they will walk in a manner that they're showing their anger. So this is one of our users. So what does Callum enolase mean? That they're controlling it, and they're not showing this anger.

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They're keeping the anger inside.

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Because the most difficult thing for a person to control is not is it is anger.

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It's the most difficult thing to control.

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Because you can show anger through your eyes, you can show it through your gestures, you can show it through your words, you can show it through the way you walk in different ways. So, therefore, controlling it is the most difficult thing, which is why there is also immense reward for controlling the anger.

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And I have easily been measured, the profits are allowed to set themselves there is no step greater in reward near Allah than the sip of anger.

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sip, you drink something, you sip it in. So you swallow it. So there is nothing greater in reward that you swallow, then the sip of anger,

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which sip of anger, that the servant suppresses it seeking the pleasure of a muscle.

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He sets it, he controls it, he swallows it, he keeps it inside, why seeking the pleasure of a loss of

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a man once asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to advise him. And he said let

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Don't be angry, don't get angry.

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He asked again for advice and the prophets are allowed to sort of against a lot of them. Don't get angry. He then asked a third time, and he was given the same response letter. Don't be angry.

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So well, Carol, let me know if they don't let their anger explode.

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They don't show their rage, but rather they keep it inside.

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Despite having the ability to take revenge. Despite having the ability to show the anger. What do they do? They control themselves.

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However, when it comes to showing anger, there are three levels. There are three levels of life. First of all,

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what is mean by lowest, that just give a look. You don't smile at the person. person comes he says to them, you don't give them the answer.

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They ask you something you remain quiet. This is Edna.

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Then there is also moderate. What I mean by that,

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that he says something to you snap back at them. You don't necessarily say something nasty, but you snap back. Then there is Arla meaning extreme demonstration of anger in which there is yelling back and forth, in which there is banging the doors in

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There's stamping your feet on the ground. This is what our that is. So there are different levels of showing anger over here what has been said, well, casamino ways they suppress their anger, they control it, they keep it inside, they don't let themselves explode, despite the fact that they have the ability to show the anger wealthcare limini plays

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and then, moreover, while our feeler in ness and they also forgive the people, sometimes when people upset us, what do we do? We keep the anger inside, and we don't forgive them. You don't forgive them, we keep the grudge inside. What does Allah say, when our feanor ins are seen as a plural of affine? from the root letters, I infer well, and our form is to pardon. But what kind of forgiveness is this what kind of pardoning is this, that a person does not even call the other to account?

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The person does not take revenge. He does not sure. Any kind of upsetness or disappointment to him.

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This is what I've always because alpha literally means to wipe off. So he wipes off what the other person has done. And so he doesn't show anything, doesn't take any revenge, doesn't show any disappointment, any disapproval, nothing whatsoever, as if nothing happened. Wipe off. So what do they do? Well are Athena and a nurse they pardon the people for what? For the loan that they have done? They also forgive them, especially those people who are lesser than them. Well loan your herbal mercy Nene. And Allah loves those people who do.

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What is your son? To bring beauty to your actions to beautify your actions, because her son is beauty? Some are sinning, those who beautify their actions, those who perform actions in a beautiful way. So when it comes to dealing with people, when it comes to dealing with people's disobedience, or people to rude behavior, what is Erickson? do forgive them do not show anger. So Allah subhanaw taala loves those people who do airson who are the more sinning according to this ayah First of all, and Medina you and Phil Kona is Sava otava. Those who spend an ease as well as in difficulty.

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Secondly, Al Khalili, Amina, lays those who suppress their anger. And thirdly, will are finneran, a nurse who pardon the people and who do not take revenge.

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So what do we learn from this ayah? If you look at the sequence of the qualities that have been mentioned over here,

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first of all, in fact, has been mentioned spending has been mentioned.

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Many times we think that if we're spending in the way of a lower become a Morrison,

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and spending doesn't just mean spending money, but spending your time I volunteer, I served as Dean, I'm studying the so we think that if we're spending in the way of Allah, we have become a mercy.

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But a true Merson is not just one who spends in the way of a lot. But also when it comes to dealing with the people, especially those who are closer to him. What does he do? He controls his anger, and he forgives the people, only then does a person become worse.

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Because it's very easy. It's very easy to be nice to people who you're not living with. Very easy. Because you can pretend that you're very nice, you can pretend that you're very sweet. But at home, when your children are listening to you, when your husband is telling you something that doesn't make sense to you.

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At that time controlling your anger and forgiving the people that is a real test. And that is what truly makes a person a Morrison

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also seen this idea about controlling anger. Why should a person control his anger?

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What do you think?

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What do you think? What's the reason for controlling anger?

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When you're angry, you say and do things that you're going to regret later, it could ruin your relationship.

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When you're angry, you're not necessarily thinking rationally. You're not thinking with your right mind. You're overcome by emotion, and you become biased. And in that state, if you do something, if you say something, if you deal with someone what's going to happen, you're going to do something that you're going to regret about later. Anger repels other people.

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Many times, people, they love each other, they get along better, really well with each other. But what is it that breaks them apart? the anger of one person.

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There is what people say this is what many times couples complain about each other, that she doesn't know how to control her anger. He doesn't know how to control his anger.

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Either you listen to a lot of panels are in control your anger, or you listen to shavon and express your anger.

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Now there's another Hadith that mentions that anger is like a flame of fire, that shavon lights in the heart of a person. It's just the gist of the Hadith. So anger is from shaitan

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Anger is actually from shavon. So if you do something or say something, following your anger, who are you listening to shape one. And if you control it, who are you being almost the penalty.

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And anger also affects the health of some people, they become very stressful, they become very negative, it affects their blood pressure.

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So it can literally affect the health of a person. So it doesn't just affect your relationships, it doesn't just affect your actions, but it also affects you physically.

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Typically, in a situation when one person is angry, along with him, the other person is also angry.

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So if these two people if they don't control their anger, and if they start showing their anger, something very small, could become very huge. And it begins with words, and sometimes it becomes physical as well.

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And it's possible that in a situation where you're angry, but you're controlling yourself, then what happens the other person, he sees your good side, and not just your bad side. And it's possible that the other the enemy that you had yesterday becomes your home mean tomorrow as like a very close friend for you tomorrow.

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And when we're angry, we say things to people. And those statements, those words actually hurt people. When you physically hurt someone, okay? That physical pain eventually will go away. But the emotional hurt that you've caused the other person, it will take years and years to heal. And sometimes such wounds, they never heal.

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And it takes away the peace of the environment. And it makes the whole environment very distasteful, very negative.

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And if you're telling somebody about something, and they're not listening to you, and you start becoming angry, like for example, the child is not listening to you, and you start yelling at them, what's gonna happen,

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what's going to happen, they're not going to listen, they're not going to listen. And if they do, they're not going to listen for the right reason.

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The actual problem actually gets left behind and people actually scared of you.

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And anger, sometimes we make wrong vows or, you know, incorrect promises, or we say things that are incorrect, we do things that are incorrect.

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And when you show your anger, it's possible that that's not your real side, that's not your true side. That's not how you always are. But people are always going to view you like that.

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Especially when people demonstrate when they show anger in public.

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How do you picture them for the rest of your life, as somebody who was very mean,

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somebody who will insult you in public, somebody who will be very harsh to you. And it's possible that they're very nice. Otherwise, it's possible that they're very gentle otherwise, but because at that moment, they didn't control their anger for the rest of their life. That is how people are going to view that person. So it destroys your image.

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And sometimes an argument even if you're right, the other person is not going to remember that you were right, they were wrong. But what are they going to remember the fact that you were very angry.

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So while cows mininova us, and those people who suppress their anger.

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And also we see that when you suppress your anger, when you control your anger, you're actually curing your ego.

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You're curing your ego. Because many times we want to display our anger, we want to show our anger. Why? Because we want to prove the other person that you're wrong. And I'm right. And I can do whatever I want. And you cannot stop me. Who are you to say anything to me? Right? This is the reason why we show anger. But when you suppress your anger, what are you doing? You're controlling your ego. You're killing your ego, you're suppressing your ego as well.

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What are some of the ways in which you can control your anger?

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We all know about the importance of controlling your anger now, but how are you going to control it the next time you're angry? That's the main thing, isn't it? How?

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Just imagine somebody shouting at you. You want to say something to them? Are you going to leave and go to make them

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drink water? Okay, before that.

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Say I would have been in a shape

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a car with a bit lame initiative analogy, and then drink water because water cools you down. Then what can you do? Go make Udo because water will also calm you down. What else can you do? One more very important thing.

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Kavli Mina lays you want to say something, you want to show something but remain silent. Don't say anything.

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Don't say anything.

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But then sometimes, who do we generally show anger to? not strangers? It's people in our own house, our own siblings, our spouses, our parents, our children.

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What else can you do to suppress your anger to control your anger

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think of something good and

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Leave that area or leave that place, change the situation as soon as you can.

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Because the more that you will face the person, he's going to say something, you're going to say something, he's going to bang the door, and you're gonna say, why are you banging the door?

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And you remember the reward? Yes, think about the reward. And that will also make it easier for yourself to control your anger.

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So while Catalina lays, what are feanor in this and also those who forgive the people. Now forgiving people? Yes, it's very important. Because if you just suppress your anger, if you just keep it inside, and you don't forgive the person, what's going to happen? Eventually you are going to burst. Eventually, you are going to explode. You cannot keep it inside of yourself until and unless you forgive the person. What are we told, express your anger? Say it out. Say it out for the other person, whatever you feel inside said, Don't keep it in your heart vent. This is what people say, I'm only venting or you should vent, don't keep it inside. But the thing is that forgiveness is much

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better than displaying anger. Forgiveness is much better than showing anger.

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Because when you forgive the other person, what are you doing?

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What are you doing?

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you're solving the situation.

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But when you don't forgive the other person and you only show anger, you're not solving the problem. When you forgive the person, then you're actually solving the problem. For instance, the other person, he just doesn't realize his mistake, he just doesn't get it. Just take him as he is. You could give him a lecture, you could show him your anger. But even then he's not going to get it. Some people, it's their habit, they don't understand something, they don't want to do something, you can't force him to accept it. So just forgive them, forgive them for what they're doing. It'll do you good, it'll do good to them as well.

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But when it comes to forgiving people remember that although this is general, then you should forgive the people for the wrong that they're doing to you. However, if a person has committed a crime, if a person has committed something for which there must be punishment, there is a legal punishment for that, then they must not be forgiven, and they must be held accountable for the wrongs that they have done.

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For instance, if a person has stolen something of yours, and you know that this person still Yes, okay, you forgive them and you say, I don't want the thing back. It's okay. But what's going to happen if you keep forgiving the criminal, he is going to continue in his wrongs.

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So I feel and in us, although this is general, however, if a person has committed a crime, for which there is legal punishment, that that person must be given the punishment.

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But you yourself, are not the authority to implement the punishment. You can forgive? Well, our feanor ins are low, you're humble, Marcin and Allah Subhana. Allah loves those people who do.

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We learn from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, on the day of judgment, a caller will call out Who are those who have a right upon Allah.

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Somebody will call out and he will say, Who are those whoever right upon Allah, let them stand up. At that time, only those people will stand, who forgave the mistakes of others.

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Who will stand up at that time, those who forgive the mistakes of other people in the dunya in the world?

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What levena and those people who either far too often when they commit an immorality, oh, and for some, or they're wrong themselves, that little law, they remember of law, festival photo leader and obey Him and seek forgiveness for their sins. Why am I here filled with don't obey the law, and who can forgive sins except Allah, while I'm using a ruler and a fellow with whom he or the moon and who do not persist in what they have done, while they know more qualities of those people for whom gender has been prepared for those people who have the core, who are the those who whenever they commit a fashion. Fashion is from fair hashing. And for her, or for her she is used for an action

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that is very obscene, an action that is very indecent, it's not a decent action.

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And generally, the word fetish is used for those things that are of sexual nature. For example, it is used for Zina, it is also used for homosexuality. So it is used for these sins in particular. However, fascia is not just limited to such actions.

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It is used for major sins when

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is it used for major sense? actions that are obviously wrong? I mean, there's no doubt about those actions being wrong, for example, killing somebody backbiting another person. But is this a major sin and action that is obviously wrong? meaning there's no question about it being right or wrong, it's understood as wrong. Similarly, lying, everybody knows, Sharon, and Auckland, in the Sharia, as well as intellectual, if you analyze, any person will tell you that lying is immoral. It's not something that is acceptable.

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And fashion is also used for those sins, whose effect is on other people mean it doesn't just affect the sinner, but it also affects other people. For instance, if a person commits adultery, he murders. So yes, he has done a major sin. So he is going to suffer the consequences of this crime, but another person has been killed. So the effect of this crime is not just limited to the sinner himself, but it also affects other people.

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Similarly, backbiting, yes, as a person that bite, he is wasting his good deeds, but at the same time, what is he doing? He's destroying the reputation of another person.

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So this is what fascia is. So either for lufa heisha, meaning whenever they commit a fascia, any major sin, with which they affect others, for instance, LIBOR, lying,

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oh, or one of them will enforce a home, they do wrong on themselves, they commit injustice against themselves. Let me walk you through vectors, and what has led me to be unjust, so they are unjust on themselves. What does it mean by this? Let me let them on for so long has been understood as an explanation official

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explanation of what

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that committing aphasia is what? commuting zone on yourself, because every sin that a person commits, who is he harming? himself? Yes, he does harm others as well. But primarily, he brings harm upon himself. So lesson one for someone has been understood as an explanation of the word Federation. But secondly, it has been said that no Federation is something else and let them know and presume is something else. Because of Oh, oh means or so when they commit fascia, or they do work on themselves. So what does it mean by that, they use women themselves.

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Roman themselves has been understood as an action, a sin, that is lesser in degree compared to fashion

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that is lesser in degree compared to fashion.

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So for instance, fascia is a sin, it is a crime, which affects other people, and also the sinner himself. But what I want for someone, one upon oneself, refers to those sins whose effect is only on the person himself, not another people, but only on himself. For instance, a person drinks alcohol. And when he's drunk, he doesn't harm anybody. He's drunk, he's only harmed himself, he has committed soul upon himself. So when they commit aphasia, or they do wrong upon themselves, what do they do? That little law, they remember of

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the court of law, they're a member of law. Another example of fashion, and learn upon oneself could be for instance, a person breaks his promises parrisha.

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He gave his work to someone, but he breaks it. So what's going to happen, the other person is going to be harmed.

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And let them run for so long, that a person sets a target for himself, and promises himself that I'm definitely going to do this. But he doesn't do it. He tells himself that I'm going to make sure that I pray all of the solid in time, but he delays one or he misses one. This is what volume upon oneself, this is doing volume upon oneself. So when they do this, what do they do? The court of law, they remember of law immediately.

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You notice that either at the beginning of the year, either meaning each and every time whenever they come in a factory shop or zoom up on themselves immediately. What do they do? The court of law, they remember a law.

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And when they remember a law as a result of that first photo leading up him, then the secretiveness further since why, because we're mania filled with the noble Lama, who can forgive sins except for Allah.

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So immediately, they remember Allah and they seek forgiveness for their sins, because Allah is the only one who can forgive sins.

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Now, what does that mean by the court of law?

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The court of law they could as you know, remembrance, is done by the design by the tongue. It is done by the color in the heart, and it is also done by God is also done by

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So first of all, they remember a lot, how by their tongue. And what is that doing is to have or saying stuff with the whole donor codevilla. What did I just do in La naila urogen. So statements in which they remember, and when is that done, as soon as a person realizes his mistake,

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as soon as a person realizes that he has done something wrong.

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And this shows that the sin that they have committed is not deliberate. It was done by mistake. For instance, you tell yourself, I'm not gonna back by Do you know that it's wrong. But you don't even realize you're talking to someone and you end up backbiting.

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You tell herself, I'm never going to lie again. But what happens? You're in a situation and you're trying to protect yourself, and you lie in that process. So it was not deliberate in the first place. It was a mistake. But as soon as I realized that what they have done is wrong. What do they do? They remember a lot of stuff. What did I just do? In a lie, you were in a eulogy. So they say such statements, which are of regret,

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they remember Allah.

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Secondly, the critical remembering Allah subhanaw taala in the heart.

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So for instance, a person who remembers the fact that what he has done is wrong. He realizes that his conversation was actually conversation of Riba that he remembers the definition of leaving is that what I just did was actually leave. What I just said, was a statement of falsehood.

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Similarly, a person remembers their side when the Day of Judgment, a person remembers in his heart, about the book of his deeds, about the record of his deeds, about the fact that everything is going to be displayed in front of a loss that allows me to question him.

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Thirdly, Victrola over here first to Vicar through jawara.

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Remembering the last panel data through the limbs, what does it mean by that, that a person performs actions which actions that wipe off his sense that as soon as they realize what they have done is wrong, immediately, they do an action that will make up for the wrongs that they have done, that will wipe off the wrong action that they have done.

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We learn from a decent enmity that Sadako extinguishes sin, just as water extinguishes fire.

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So for instance, you realize that you've done Reba? What are you going to do?

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to bed? I always forget, okay, it doesn't matter, Allah will forgive me, is that what you're gonna do?

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You have to do the Chrome, the sand, the record color, as well as the closure, worry. So one of the easiest things that you can do is give sadaqa immediately. Even smiling, is a sadhaka. So the person whom you just did rebar off, what can you do the next time you see them, give them a big smile,

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give them a big smile, because that is how the class works.

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Similarly, from another Hadees, we learned that Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that whoever makes will do as I do, and then prays to Dhaka, in which he does not speak with himself, do Raka Salah in which the person does not speak to himself, you know what that means? What? That there isn't any conversation going on in his head had decent naps, because generally what are we doing, always talking to ourselves? So he does not speak to himself but rather he is focused in the fora he has for sure. Then Allah will forgive him all his sins,

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Allah will forgive him all his sins. So what does it show that as soon as you realize you've done something wrong likova through the sand, through the column, as well as the jewelry

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festival farolito will be here. And then they seek forgiveness for their sins, what sins, the sins that they committed, whether it was Fantasia or Alana, when may have filled the Nova Illallah and who can forgive sins except for Allah meaning lunken

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no one can forgive sins except for Allah. It is only a look and forgive since while I'm using a ruler, I am a foreigner or homie on the moon, and they do not persist upon what they have done. While they know.

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You sit through it from various veterus salt

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from the word is slow, and it's wrong is to become persistent upon something. It is to insist upon an action. So let me settle. They don't persist. They don't insist upon what upon what they did. What do they do?

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The fascia are loyal upon themselves. So they don't continue to do that. They don't continue performing that same

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For instance, you're talking to your friend, and you end up backbiting. You end up doing LIBOR, halfway through you realize that's LIBOR, halfway through you realize that's LIBOR, what are you going to do? Might as well finish the discussion? What are you going to do them use a final, while home era moon, they don't persist on what they were doing previously. While they knew. So once they realize their mistake, once they know that what they were doing was wrong. They stop. They don't continue to do it. What I'm up to Atlanta, Florida home, er, they would they know, what do they know that what they were doing was something wrong.

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And they know that persistence, insane, is harmful, and leaving it is better. They know that a loss of private Allah forgives, and he is the one who turns in mercy to his lives, when a person repents to him. So when they know this, when they realize this, they stop committing the sin, they don't continue.

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So, what do we learn from this ayah? First of all, we realize that

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a person who has the core is not my son. What does he mean by that?

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That he also makes mistakes. He also commits sins by mistake, not deliberately, but by mistake.

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Because the previous if they told us that gender has been prepared for who d'amato pain, who are they have these qualities and one of them is that whenever they do fascia or lamorne, for someone, they seek forgiveness, they remember.

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So, what is this show, that a person is also a human being is also a normal human being

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a machete, in sand is not an angel. And in sand is from this young human being forgets, we forget. We have read so much we have studied so much, but still we are human beings we forget. So, if a person makes a mistake, and he follows it up by seeking forgiveness, then what does it show? It shows that he has

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and a person who commits a mistake and does not stop there, but continues in the sin or commits a sin deliberately. What does that show? He does not have?

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For example, Adam renesola, he made a mistake and he repented immediately, as soon as you realize he repented. So a trauma therapy is one who when he commits a mistake, what does he do? He seeks forgiveness.

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And he does not commit sin deliberately. He does not commit sin deliberately. Now think about it. We know of things that we must do. And we know of things that we must not do. But if we go against the rules that Allah subhanaw taala has set for us deliberately, that is against the law.

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But if we're trying our best to follow the rules that Allah Subhana Allah has given us and if we do make a mistake, and upon making a mistake, we repent, that shows that a person has done

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so first of all, this is what we learn from this is from Saudi citizen Timothy we learn that all of the children of Adam make mistakes, all human beings, they make mistakes. And the best of those that make mistakes are those who repent the most, who are there, those who repent the most, a boon.

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Similarly, we learn from another Hadith, that by the one who has my soul in his hand, meaning by the last panel, Tyler, if you are not to send that, along with remove you, and would bring another nation who sins and who would then seek forgiveness from Allah and he would forgive them.

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So, what is expected of us is not that we never commit mistakes, but what is expected of us is that whenever we make mistakes, what should we do? Turn back to Allah seek forgiveness and that is the core that is piety.

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Also, we learned from this ayah that each time a person makes a mistake, that a person commits a sin, who is he harming himself? Because it has been said, What ammo and fossil they are wrong themselves. How? By committing a sin. So whenever a person commits a sin, who is he harming himself? Instead of the Pollak i a one we learned when he attacked the hadoo de la he for podophyllum and nafsa. Whoever transgresses the Hulu de la the limits that Allah soprano Darla has set, then what is he doing for cuddle vollum and upset then in fact, he is harming himself. In fact, who is he harming himself?

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The Nuff said Allah subhanaw taala has given us the life that Allah has given us it's an MLS, it's a trust upon us and we are protected we are too guarded

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and if we commit sins

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What are we doing? We're not guarding the Amana properly. We're doing blown upon ourselves.

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Another very important lesson that we learned from this is that only Allah Subhana Allah forgive sins were may have eroded over in the law, only Allah forgives sins.

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We know from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he would seek forgiveness 70 times a day minimum.

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Despite the fact that he was told that you're forgiven for all of your mistakes, he was told, but still, he continued to seek forgiveness every day, at least 70 times. So if we have committed a mistake, we realize it, we seek forgiveness, we shouldn't say after like a month or two, that okay, I've sought enough forgiveness, maybe I should stop now. And I should worry about other things. No, a person should always feel the burden of that synonyms RNA should continue to seek forgiveness, right. But he should be hopeful of the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala as well.

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And one of the signs of the acceptance of a person's repentance is that he does not repeat the mistake again,

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he does not commit that same sin again. That's one of the signs of the acceptance of though.

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And part of seeking forgiveness is that you replace the bad deeds with the good deeds, the sense that you were committing previously you stopped them, you seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. And now you move on to doing something good to make up for the harm that you caused in the first place.

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So we learn from this is that a loss of penalty is the only one who forgives sins.

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Remember that sins are of two types, those things that are against a loss of time. And since they are committed against people,

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when it comes to sinning against a loss of penalty, who do we have to seek forgiveness from of us?

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But when it comes to sinning against people, for example, you know, saying something rude to another backbiting other than what do we have to do? seek forgiveness from Allah, and also the person, also the person.

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And if let's say, you don't know that person anymore, or you don't see that person anymore. For example, you remember that 10 years ago, you said something really harsh to your classmate. You don't know that person anymore. You don't have their contact? How are you going to seek forgiveness from them? Or that person has passed away? What are you going to do? You're going to forget about it, it's okay. No, you can give sadaqa on their behalf. That Allah Subhana Allah give them reward for this.

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So make up for the harm the loss that you have costed the other person, a lot of penalties, the one who forgives since we learned from a Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that shaytaan said, buyer might Oh Lord, Shannon said to a loss of penalty, the buyer might Oh Lord, I will go on tempting Your servants, as long as their souls are still in their bodies. As long as your servants are alive, I'm going to continue to tempt them, I'm going to continue to make them

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and commit mistakes. A lot of panels are set by my might and majesty, I will keep forgiving them as long as it keeps invoking me for forgiveness.

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shaitan is after us. He doesn't leave us. He wants to make sure that we make mistakes. But what is the promise of Allah, that as long as you make mistakes, and you follow them up by seeking forgiveness from Allah Subhana Allah, Allah will forgive you. We don't consider that elbow i a 104 anila who I am about to tell but aren't everybody indeed it is Allah who accepts repentance from his servants. Allah is the one who accepts repentance from his servants. And we also learn from sort of Bukhara, 222, that in the law, you hibbott the webbing, where you're horrible with overheating. Indeed, Allah loves those people who are constantly repentant, who are constantly seeking

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forgiveness, constantly repenting from the mistakes that they have made. And he loves those who purify themselves. He loves those who purify themselves and part of purification is staying away from since staying away from disagreeing.

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And if you're backbiting somebody, how are you going to seek forgiveness from them? I'm asking you.

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The thing is, how will you seek forgiveness from them? If you don't inform them? There are different ways of informing the person one is that you go and tell them I said this, and this and this about you. Sorry.

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And the other is that you mentioned them to please forgive me, I said something inappropriate that I shouldn't have said, Please forgive me about that. I don't want to discuss it, I want to talk about it. Please forgive me.

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So you could say it in a better way as well. You could say it in a nicer way.

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And another thing that you can do is that one was that you give sort of another is that you

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said something negative about them. Now you say something positive about them. That's also one thing that you can do.

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But remember, you have to seek forgiveness from that person. And I dare you to go and seek forgiveness from a person whom you did Lieber off. Never again, will you dare do Reba. You will never again want to do the burqa. Seriously, go try it out. And next time, you will remember that if I'm doing this, I have to go seek forgiveness from the person. And that will stop you from doing Libra, because Libra is so common. It is so common. We think we have the right to say anything about anybody, for no reason. You know, what is that you're actually discussing something for a particular reason. But in that also, we should be careful about how we're discussing the problem. We're not

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insulting someone, we're not making fun about somebody. No, that's not the correct way.

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So if you try this out, going, actually seek forgiveness from them in a manner that is appropriate. Next time, you will be careful when it comes to backbiting.

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Once Mr. Bahari, he saw a blind person who did something I brought a smile on the man behind his face. And that person didn't see his well.

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Obviously, the other person is mine. He didn't see remember Holly smile. But remember what he even considered that to be labor. And he sought forgiveness from him smiling at someone behind their back, when they don't know that also comes in. And he actually sought forgiveness from him.

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Also, we learned from this ayah that upon realizing a sin, a person should not persist upon it. A person should not insist on committing it. Once a person realizes he should not continue to do it. There is something very important.

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What happens with us is that when we realize we're doing something wrong, we give ourselves excuses. I'm justified, I have the right to do this. I have the right not to do this, or I will do it later. I will not do it later. We give ourselves explanations. We give ourselves justifications, and we continue in the round that we're doing. But as soon as you realize what's the proper etiquette that you stop immediately. Sometimes we don't realize ourselves, but a friend reminds us, a friend tells us you shouldn't do this. What do we say?

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Don't tell me Mind your own business. We get very offended. And what did we learn about the hypocrites that aha that Toler exetel bill is

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that when he is told that don't commit suicide, what does he do? a hadith? Where is that? Isn't that is that his ego comes up, and it takes him to committing more sin.

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So upon realizing that you're doing something wrong, yourself, or upon the reminder from other people, what should you do? Stop immediately.

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And this shows that the person whatever wrong that he was doing, it was not deliberate. It was not intentional, it was by mistake in the first place.

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And sometimes, this also teaches us that if a person is committing something wrong, give them the benefit of the doubt. Maybe they are mistaken. Maybe they didn't realize maybe they forgot, instead of publicizing their sin. Instead of telling everybody about what they did, or but what they didn't do, what should you do?

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Go and speak to them, remind them because over here has been said, well, homie on the moon, and they know, it's possible that the other person is doing something wrong, and he doesn't even know about what he's doing. He doesn't realize about what he's doing. So don't publicize the sin of other people just as you want somebody else to publicize your sin, especially if you did it out of ignorance. If you did it out of negligence out of mistake.

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So treat others the way you would like to be treated.

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On a gotcha. Those, their award is mafia to never became forgiveness from their Lord, which annatto and also Jeanette with Jeanette, veggie demon, and how highly Dena Fie her when near my scheduled meeting.

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gardens beneath which rivers flow we're in, they will abide eternally. And excellent is the reward of the righteous workers. Owner. When a guy is used to point out to something or someone who is far it's the Florida of danika that he was used for singular like is used for plural. So alayka is used a pointer to that which is far that those not these.

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So why is he like I used such people who have these qualities who have these traits. They're very exalted in their status in the sight of Allah soprano.

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They're very exalted in their status in the sight of Allah. So those people up there, just their own Murphy rotten.

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And they're a clock in their manner in their behavior. They're very high in their behavior as well.

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Ordinary people, common people are people who don't use their mind. They're the ones who show their anger. They're the ones who don't forgive other people. But a person who has the heart, he becomes distinguished when he has a flock so he can desert Obama. For those people. Their award is muffler is forgiveness. And this forgiveness is reward. Notice muffler is reward, it's a reward that a loss of penalty gives.

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And this forgiveness this reward is going to save them from the punishment of the hellfire.

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Mirror being from the Lord, what does it show that Machiavelli is only from a loss parameter?

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What else is there a word what your net and also gardens. So on one hand, their award is forgiveness from which they will be saved from the hellfire. And on the other hand, their award is Jen net, through which they will attain success. And these generate their dream in tactical and out underneath which rivers flow Holly Dena Fie her and they will be abiding there in eternally. What does Allah say about this reward when near Ramadan? And how good how excellent. Is there a word of those people who work?

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amin is a clone of army? Who is one who does I'm a one who does something one who practices something.

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And remember that min someone is called an arm and when he does it again and again, not just once or twice, not just here. They're not just one who suppresses his anger once in a lifetime. No, it's his habit. This is something that he constantly does, there is something that he strives to do. Always.

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So near my digital, I'm reading those people who work those people who perform actions in obedience to Allah for them, what an excellent reward is this forgiveness engine?

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So what do we learn from this is that the desire for those people who have the court is first of all, my fear and secondly, gender.

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And when it comes to genetics, what do we learn from the Hadees

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there are lots of panel data has prepared for his righteous servants, what No, I have seen and that is where in gender

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so this reward, it cannot be imagined. It cannot be imagined. You have to see it. To know it.

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It has only been described very briefly over here, generic, daydreaming, tactile and so the reward for such people is immense, it is huge. And notice how Allah subhanaw taala praises the reward when near the edge of our meeting, how excellent is an award for those people who do work. And when a las panatela praises something, it shows the magnitude of that thing. It shows the importance of that thing.

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So if a lot of times it is praising the reward over here, what does it show the magnitude, the importance of this reward.

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Secondly, we learned from this ayah that muffler is also a reward that our last planetary bestows at some people.

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Forgiveness is a word,

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but it will be given to who those who seek forgiveness, those who continue to do Toba in dystonia. So you continue to seek forgiveness throughout your life and when is mafara granted in the hereafter?

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When is not fair or granted in the hereafter. And what is not fair amin in the hereafter that a person is not punished for the sins that he committed. Why? Because of all the stuff that he did, because he sought forgiveness for committing those sins.

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Also, we learned about the importance of doing armor, the importance of doing some action, gender is not just gained by hoping, not just wishing for gender. But how does a person get gender? By doing some armor? through which he gains the pleasure of Allah? And from the pleasure of Allah? What does he get?

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The gender

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but where does it start from?

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action is required. action is needed. In sort of man is 60 a loss of pounds. It says hello does that while you're standing in person? Is there a word for good? Anything but good. Their award for good? Is it anything but good. So if you do good armor, what are you going to get? Good reward. But if you do bad Armen, what are you going to get bad recommends? So near my editor, I'm waiting for who for those who do nirma actions for those who do excellent actions as well. And what are the excellent actions, those that have been mentioned over here?

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Let's listen to the recitation of these verses.

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So who would like to share,

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found it really nice that you know how shavonda enemy so he's like long as they're alive, I'm gonna keep making them commit sin. And then and that's what I thought I answered that as long as you know we keep committing sin and asking for forgiveness he's gonna forget less.

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So the solution is that each time you make a mistake, what should you do?

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seek forgiveness that could be lisanne bill calm as well as Bill jawara.

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When you do realize that you've made a mistake, and you're on the deen of Allah, you asked for forgiveness from these people, but the first thing you do is the market you. And that's the point where you need to do patients themselves. And that's going to ask a lot for even more help.

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We've been learning about so many tangible things like loss hunter tells us, you know, not to take it away and all these other tangible things. But also we have to know what the intangible things like the smallest things like backbiting are, these are also says

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we are very concerned about tangible matters, things that we can see. But when it comes to conversations, when it comes to the state of our heart, we don't pay much attention to that. But we see calcium enolase. It's about the heart, our feanor and ns. It's about the heart. So it starts from the heart. So we should also pay attention to the heart. Anything else.

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When we have forgiven somebody, we should not remind them about something that they have done to you. The fact that you have forgiven them, that should not be in your heart, even if it's 10 years down the road, you cannot turn around and tell the person that you are what you did that 10 years. And we have that habit with our children, or even with our spouses. We forgiven them, but suddenly will remember Oh, you know what you did that other time, how many years ago, whatever. And this is not enough is to wipe off that.

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Don't even remember it. That's the key.

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And my kids were spoiled. I scold him at night. So cry, they're sleeping in love have forgiven but I scold them, it was for the good. But of course as a mother you feel sorry, right? If you have so even now you think of yourself, as you ask Allah for forgiveness for all that you have done for your kids or your spouse, unconsciously we do hurt people, we do have people no matter who it is, even here in school, sometimes it may sound harsh, I may say two things. So at night is my time for asking for a lot of forgiveness. And I hope all of you forgive me to ensure that all of us that matter. All of us forgive each other.

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I was actually observing once I was with these two sisters, and they were actually arguing and you know, one was getting mad at the other one. And the sister what she did was she said, I was like, you know, screaming at her. And I was thinking that we should never do that. The reason being you're saying I want to suppress your own anger not to suppress the other person's anger. It's not like you spit it on them and they're, you know, so just make sure because that'll actually incite the other person's anger. So just something use these tactics in the right way not tell them I'm gonna go to the right now because I'm getting very angry. So just to keep that in

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Santa Monica. When I was a kid, someone when my sister did something, I'm always tell us, you know, Sally's

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only Sam heck and they'd be mean so like, we think that

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Like getting back at each other. And we realized that when we got older, like, oh, wait a second, that's not like something bad it was actually, you know, making God sounds like good thing to teach our kids make dot for them instead of getting mad at them.

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It's not really what I

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was just thinking here Alessi was telling me.

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So panel, we cannot imagine this gentleman.

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And for us to get to them that we have to work hard away, just keeping us like we have to imagine how it is like if we look like how I know these islands, they look beautiful. But at the nitrogen indebted and half, we cannot imagine that. So we have to work hard each other to get paid. So

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there is this one handy.

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When the process ends, and whoever answers the door, I think of the Moscow thing, and he would enter agenda. And this happened three times. And it was the same man over and over. So this habit said I you know, I'm trying to figure out like exactly what this guy did. And he went in, he decided stay at the guy's house for three days and night. And then he looked at this guy didn't make up for like, a day. And he's like, well, what is this guy doing? And then he asked the guy and he's like, oh, every night before I go to bed, I forgive everybody. So this just shows that even forgiveness. So Hannah law just doing that it's a source of voluntary

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allies really encouraging us to this ayah because even the motto green, they make mistakes. And so that gives us hope to that we can also be with the green even with all of our mistakes.

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Did you think that why are these verses mentioned here in the context of the Battle of

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the Sahaba also, they made a mistake.

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They didn't know where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and when they realized they had made a mistake. What would encourage you to seek forgiveness? Many times when we're working collectively, one person makes a mistake. And what do we do? We want to show our anger, right? So alcohol, Blimey, no, they

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then are thinner and a nurse. So sometimes when we're working together, even for the cause of the dean, things happen, people make mistakes, but what should we do not forget these forgive people control our anger.

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Listen to the recitation of these verses.

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last long

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obey him or me.

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d, d, d

Al-Imran 121-143 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 133-136

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