Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L053D

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Al-Imran 186-200 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 191-194


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The importance of remembering Allah's teachings during daily prayer, reciting the Quran, and using perception to increase one's intelligence and knowledge is emphasized. The speakers stress the need for individuals to acknowledge their success in achieving their potential and practice caution and attention to avoid embarrassment and false assumptions. The historical context of Islam is discussed, including its implementation in Europe, India, and China, and the potential for further expansion in India where Islam is embedded. The negative emotions that come with giving reward, including the feeling of being in breach of promises and fulfilling promises, are also discussed.

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I was a bit of a genius when they were here.

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I am number 191

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and levina Yes kurunegala pm and worker rudan were alleged to be him. Were de facto nephew hope is somehow it will. Robin mahana potterhead alquiler Suba Hannukah subpoena

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horthy Al Bab. Who are those people who use their intellect? Who have the correct intellect? Who have the correct approach to the things? They are those who yet kurunegala they remember Allah. When did you remember Allah? Justin Sunnah, not just inside. But they remember Allah when they're standing when they're sitting, and when they're also lying down when they're also reclining. So there are those who remember a lot at all times. There are those who remember a loss of panel data at all times. You had Khurana as you know, they could is to remember and the record of a loss of data is done at the through the heart, it is done through the design, meaning the tongue as well as

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the jewelry, the limbs of a person. So they remember Allah subhanaw taala in all of the states how that first of all, they remember him in their hearts, how that they reflect upon the creation of Allah soprano data. And they mentioned his name. They think about his greatness in the previous IRA we learned to interview help us on our team will have so they go outside. They look at the trees, they look at the sky, they look at the clouds, and in their heart, they think of Allah. They remember Allah. They mentioned a lot in their heart.

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Because many times unfortunately, we look at these things and we say, Wow, and we don't even think of Allah. But who are these people? Al Bab, when they see the creation of Allah? Who do they remember in their heart? Is it just their science textbook? No. They remember a loss of penalty that Allah is the Creator. They increase in their love for Allah. They increase in their humanity before Allah, they increase in their Eman in a las panatela because they remember Allah in their hearts.

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Secondly, they remember a lot about their tongues, they when they see the creation of Allah when they see the beauty created by Allah soprano, dada, what is the reaction? Well, amazing. Do they just say no? What do they say Subhan Allah they glorify Allah soprano Dada so upon their tongues are killing at the speed of glorification of a loss of panel data of the meat of hamdulillah of the lead of saying that in a in the law,

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of the can be of saying Allahu Akbar. Similarly, when they see the creation of a law, what do they remember? the ayat of the Quran? Because remember, this includes recitation of the Quran.

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So when they see something, what do they remember? the ayat of the Quran, they don't remember just the facts and figures that they have read, but rather, they related with the column of Allah.

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So yet Quran Allah upon their tongue as well.

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And thirdly, with their limbs, through their God, how that they pray to Allah subhanaw taala as well that they perform the Salah.

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So when they perform this for that, what are they doing? They're remembering Allah soprano. Similarly, when doing the left, because the left is what it's they could have a lot done how to do it, because you're walking, you're going around the Carver. Similarly, we'll move at most Delica will move out of admin all of this is what they could have unlocked through the divider. So any act of worship that is done through the body is part of remembering of law.

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So you have Karuna law, they remember our last panel Tada.

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And yet Corona law as mentioned that, the third is to remember las panatela through the limbs, and one of them is performing the Salah. So some have understood that what this means is that they remember Allah mean they perform the Salah, how when they're standing when they're sitting and also when they reclining. So they performed a soldier standing and if they're unable to stand, then what do they do? They sit down and pray and if they're unable to sit down and pray, what do they do, they lie down and pray. They don't miss the Salah. They don't leave the Salah they don't abandon so that because a person who has realized the greatness of Allah upon their reflection on the heavens and

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the earth, then he can not miss even one center. He will not miss even one Salah nothing else in this world will be as big to him anymore. So you have kurunegala pm and pm is a Florida climb and climb is one who is standing. One who is standing

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Remember that the end when a person is standing it is you can say the tallest position that a person is in the highest position that a person is in when a person is sitting down, he is small, when a person is lying down, he is small. But when a person is standing, he appears to be huge. And also it is the best position that a person is in. Why because a person is most alert when he's standing, he is most capable of doing something when he's standing. He's most capable of doing something when he's standing. So they remember Allah while standing.

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Sometimes we're just standing waiting in a queue waiting in a lineup, what are we remembering? What are we thinking about? How the line is so long is there any benefit in thinking about that and at the same time, you could look around and reflect on different things and remember a line your heart, remember a lot on your tongue, you have Corona Lucha tm and in the position of standing and also worker rude and barudan is a plural of current and far it is one who is sitting

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or the is to sit down and it is the state between standing and reclining. So, a person is not really lying down, a person is not standing. So in the middle he is sitting, whether it is that a person is sitting on the floor, or he is sitting in a chair, or he is sitting in the car, wherever he is sitting on an animal, so they remember Allah when standing when sitting and also where Allah jr will be him Do you know VISIT FLORIDA? jump and jump is the side of a person it could be either side right side or left side.

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So why did you beat him meaning they also remember a loss of data when they're lying down how in their file upon their design and also through the joy

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in the end lesson Okay, that's understood that you remembering the loss of power line down in your heart and also you do they could have a look upon your tongue but how do you do? They could have a lot through the jewelry when lying down. Salat prayer, as the Hadith in Bukhari mentions that suddenly, a man prays standing for a lamp esoteric phulkari, then if you're not able to do so then sitting for elantas tutor for Elijah. And if you're not able to, then pray hell while you're dying down.

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So we're allowed you to be him. And they also remember our last panel data when lying down.

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What does this show to us that the Al Bab are those who remember Allah, in all states, at all times?

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In whatever state they're in, at whatever place they're in? Whatever time of the day or the night it is, who do they remember? Who do they think about a law?

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Because a true believer, he can never be negligent of a loss.

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He can never be negligent of a law. We learned from a hadith I shall that is she said, cannon abuse for the long run. He was alone yet Kuru la Kalia Hani. The prophets are along the sudden, he used to remember a lot at all times. He used to remember a lot at all times. And as I mentioned to you, that after these ayat will reveal the profits out of all of a sudden had a habit of reciting these ayat when waking up at night before even performing the will do before even praying as even our vessel during the narrative. So while you'd still be lying down or upon getting up upon standing up, he would recite these

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so yet kurunegala pm and we're Peruvian were alleged to be here at whatever time of the day or the night it is

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Alabama those who remember lots of criminal data.

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And also we see the importance from this remembering a lot of panel data at all times in all situations because sometimes we say that we can only do the code when we have to do we can only do the code when we have to Yes, when it comes to reciting the Quran, that is what we do but otherwise, when it comes to remembering Allah saying the speed or the need, the little thing that you know in all of these accounts they can be said even without

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they can be said even without evolution.

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And we don't have another Hadith which is mentioned in Buhari. I should have the answer she narrated that the prophets are allowed us to lean on my lap. He used to live in my lap and used to recite the Quran while I will be menstruating.

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This is mentioned in Mohali.

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What do we think that if a woman is menstruating? Do anyone go near her? Don't even touch her. If you touch her, maybe we'll do a break. No, it doesn't break the profit sort of RSM used to recite the Quran while leaning on her lap while she would be menstruating.

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And along with remembering Allah, along with doing the kind of Allah What else do these people do? What else do the little Al Bab do? Those people who really have intellect those people who have sound minds who have the correct approach where the facts

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Garona, physical personality will have, and they reflect in the creation of the heavens and the earth. Get a Corona is from tobacco. And the vodka is from the roof at risk factor from

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the factory at the factory is to reflect on the different aspects of something.

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It is to reflect on the different aspects of something that, for instance, you don't just look at an apple and say, Oh, it's an apple, but you reflect upon our look at the color, smell it. So beautiful. You feel the texture. Unfortunately, we have become so boring, that we cannot appreciate little things. Really, we become so well, we cannot appreciate the little things that or sometimes even their big things we say, yeah, it's an apple, what's the big deal? We're very impressed by gadgets, by iPhones and by MacBook Airs and things like that. But when it comes to reflecting on something that Allah has created, the fruit that we eat, reflecting on the different aspects that

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look at the nutritional value, smell it, it's so fragrant. Look at the color, look at the texture, look at the variety. This is what the *er is do reflect on the different aspects of something, and also the faculties to reflect on the evidence behind something. The proof behind something, the why of something, why is it like that? How come it's like this? How come?

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So when a person reflects on the creation? And he wonders, how come it's like that? Why is it like that? What is he reflecting upon the wisdom of the last panel, that what is the wisdom? Why is the last time that I made this like this? What's the wisdom and then when you reflect upon that you appreciate the blessings of a lot more. You appreciate them much more. You increase in your faith, you increase in your Eman. You increase in your love for Allah in your humidity before a loss of habitat. So with a Corona, the whole personality will have they reflect on the creation of the heavens and the earth. So why do they reflect on the creation of the heavens and the earth to

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reflect on the purpose of creation? On the purpose of creation? The reflect on how Allah has created the heavens and the earth day for Hanukkah, how Allah has created the AEA and for what purpose has he created, that how he has spread out the earth, how he has grown so many different trees. And if you just look at it, one species, one type of plant, one type of tree, but still there's so much variety in the fruit. So much variety.

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So it is not just to look at a date and say okay to date, but appreciate the beauty inside. Appreciate the variation, appreciate the differences that Alliance created, where the for Karuna survivor to a lot. So basically, Allah Al Bab are those who don't just take the blessings of Allah, the creation of Allah for granted.

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But rather, they reflect more and more on the creation of a law so that they can be more grateful.

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They can be more grateful, because one is to say, yes, apple, they're good for you. But the other is that when you smell it, when you smell the fragrance, don't you grow in your appreciation? Don't you appreciate the apple more, that it's not just the flavor, but it's also the beautiful fragrance. It's also the beautiful color, it's also the beautiful texture.

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So they reflect why as a part of sugar as a part of appreciation for the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala. So they don't just take the blessings of Allah for granted. With a Corona if you help us somehow it will. And what is the conclusion of their reflection? What is the end result of their reflection? That they say robina Our Lord Maha Nakata, Harada balquhidder. You have not created all of this again. It's not possible that this is useless, that this is purposeless. No. It doesn't fit the wisdom of Allah. It doesn't fit the knowledge of Allah it doesn't fit our last panel data to create so much to create so many beneficial things without a purpose bathroom which is why this has

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Hannukah glorified are you this doesn't refer to you that you would create so much so perfectly without a reason without a purpose.

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weapon is from the reflectors bathala and baton is used for that which is falsehood, something that is false, something that is vain, useless. So you have not created all of this for a purpose that is badly for a reason. That is useless for a reason. That is badly it's not possible. But rather you have created all of this as an evidence of your power as an evidence of your existence as an evidence for the truth of what your messengers brought.

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For instance, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was given

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In the Quran, and the Quran, it talks about the heavens and the earth. It talks about the sky, about the water, about the trees, about the shadows, when you reflect on the creation of the heavens and the earth, then you realize that whatever the messenger brought is true,

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you realize that whatever the messenger brought is true. So Mel Hanako, had about whether you have not created all of this in vain, without any reason without any purpose. But rather, all of this has to have a purpose. And as I mentioned to you earlier, that why do we think that if a human being comes to this world with difficulty and leaves this world with difficulty than Why do we think that the time between coming and going is useless? How is it possible? How is it possible

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that a person, he goes to school, and he puts in so much effort in trying to get in in trying to get admission? And then he graduates after a long time? How can you say that during that time, during those four or five years, he was doing nothing?

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Or he was not supposed to do anything? It's not possible doesn't make sense. So similarly, all of this that Allah has created, how is it possible that it would be without a reason? It's not possible it doesn't fit his majesty. It doesn't reflect the wisdom of Allah that He would create all of this without a purpose Mahabharata had about with a super Hannukah Falconer other than

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Glory be to You. So save us *in so save us from what are there, but not from the punishment of the Fire?

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*in fell over here gives a meaning of So as a result, therefore, save us from the punishment of the Fire?

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What does it mean by this, that you have not created all of this in vain? Therefore save us from the punishment of the Fire? What's the connection? What does it mean by therefore?

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You see, when they say that Matthew laquita had about Lila, what do they mean? That rather you have created all of this for a purpose, for a reason? And what is that purpose? To worship Allah

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that man is here this dunya for a test. And after he goes from this earth from this dunya then there is the result which will either be in the form of gender or now.

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So there is a purpose behind this life. And at the end, either there's gender or now so Allah save us from the now. Don't put us in the know. Don't throw us in the hellfire.

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We don't until upside is number 27. Allah subhanaw taala says well mahanakhon Asana are well over one Albania, Houma Bella, we have not created the sky and the earth, and whatever is between the two in vain. Their legal one ladina careful. That is the supposition of those people with disability. What that all of this has been created without a reason without a purpose. For whaler, Linda Deena cafaro mina now so well to those people who disbelieve from the fire.

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So it's not possible that alone would create out of this without a purpose. And those people who deny that purpose, who fail to realize that purpose, for them is a punishment.

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So over here, they're saying, well, Bob are saying that there is a purpose, we acknowledge the purpose, we realize the purpose. So don't throw us in the fire. Were alladhina cafaro with

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subpoena Dabba now,

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what are some of the lessons that we learned from the two verses that we have read so far? From interview, focus on how it will have all the way up to something rather banal? What are some of the lessons that we learn?

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Now reflect this of the faculty?

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If you look at what people have made, there's always some kind of fault that you will find isn't always which is why they keep having recalls, or they have updates and have newer versions. Why? Because there's always some fault there's always something missing from what human beings make. But Allah subhanaw taala in if you have focus on what you love, there are what signs of what of the perfection of Allah. there when you see that how Allah Subhana Allah has created and there are no updates and there are no recalls. What is the choti the perfection of Allah, that as many signs First of all, we see that in these if there is a lot of encouragement, for what

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reflection, all of us are being encouraged to reflect on the creation of the heavens and the earth. The alternation of the night and day. It's a Coronavirus, Alka sumati will

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reflect there is a lot of encouragement on reflection. Unfortunately, we have made our lives such that we live in boxes, we work in boxes and we eat in boxes and that's it. We don't look outside. Really. We have limited our lives. We don't go outside we think it's boring to go outside. If you go to, you know a park or if you go outside

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What's the fun in that? It's only water. It's only a river. It's only a mountain. What's the big deal?

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But over here we see that we are being told to reflect on the creation of Allah subhanaw taala. Why? Because it increases a person in his Eman.

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This is what increases the person in his email. Why is it that so many people are weakened their email, because we don't have time to Nakata, we don't have time to reflect on the creation of Allah, we don't have time to reflect on the words of Allah, we don't have time to reflect on the creation of Allah, then how can we expect that our mind is going to strengthen it is going to grow, we need to go outside, look at the creation of a lot reflect, enhance increase in our image and strengthen our image.

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That if you look at the creation of Las panatela, the heavens and the earth, as we learn the Quran, the heavens and the earth, they glorify Allah and they do not get tired, they do not stop, we come for some time. And we think it's a big deal. If we worship Allah,

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we think it's a big deal.

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And this is so beautiful, that the I add there are there for every person, meaning no matter where he is on the surface of the earth, whether he is in the Americas, or the North Pole, the South Pole, or by the equator, wherever he is in the desert, in the mountains. He lives by the sea by the ocean, wherever a person is, there is a hunk of Allah subhanaw taala over there. And even if you're just locked up in a box, just reflect on yourself. reflect on yourself. You know, unfortunately, again, we do reflect, but what is our reflection? My skin is not that same perfect color, that same perfect texture. Yes, that is also a reflection. But why doodle Alba, those who approach things in the

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correct way. So even when we do reflect on the creation of a law, we need to reflect in the correct way. That How is it possible that Allah would make this without a reason? What can I learn from this? What is the benefit that I can learn from this?

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We see that over here, Alabama has been used and not just here. But in so many places. In the plan we see about the importance of thinking the importance of reflecting. There's so many words for reflection, there are so many words for intellect. What does it show to us the importance of using our minds, the importance of using our reason, our intelligence that Allah Subhana Allah has bestowed not just to benefit in our dunya, but also increase in our Deen, we need to use our intellect. Now a person may question that, you know, intelligence is God gifted. A person may say that intelligence is God gifted, okay, they're alive. I don't have love. I don't have intelligence.

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It's not my fault. It's not my fault. Which is why we see that so many people, they take the same course. But they don't come up with the same results. And what do people say? It's not my fault. But the fact is that there are two types of intellect. One is very easy. Wine raw. Yeah, they Yeah.

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And what easy is the natural it is the instinctive it is the innate intellect, or reasoning, or understanding that every person is born with

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the innate, the instinctive, that if I touch fire, it's going to hurt me. If I poke myself with a pin, you know, I could bleed. It's gonna hurt me. This is what instinctive overeasy

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you can say it's like, kind of common sense. But it's the intelligence that is within the instinct of a person filter, the innate learning the intelligence that every person is born with.

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And the second type of intellect is equity savvy. What is it is it acquired, acquired intelligence? And how does a person acquire this type of intelligence, through his study, through his reflection through his research, every person is given the same amount of time. It's up to you whether you spend the time just daydreaming, or you spend that time reading something, reflecting upon something, it's up to you, whether you spend your time just talking and talking, or you spend your time doing something beneficial to increase in your mind to sharpen your mind.

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And there are different ways of sharpening your mind as well. Exercise, Sadat, because it's a meditate in order to sharpen your mind. So that is much better than meditation, as long as a person prays with who should be fulfilling the requirements of soul and performing the solid property. So a person cannot say that Oh, I'm not that intelligent. So if I don't reflect on the heavens and the earth, it's not my fault. No, it's up to you. How much do you want to grow in your intelligence? How much do you want to acquire equity savvy? How much do you want to acquire? How much effort do you put in? How much research do you try to do? How much do you study how much you try to learn? The

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more you will study the more you will research the more you will reflect the more you will learn. The more your intelligence will grow, the more your mind will grow. And the better

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You will be able to reflect on the creation of a loss of penalty and the more lessons you will be able to take for yourself.

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And if somebody has given us a gift, every time that we see that gift, who does that remind us of? The person who gave us the gift? Now Allah subhanaw taala has placed his creation around us within us. Why is that every time we see the creation, who do we remember Allah subhanaw taala whether we are standing, or sitting or lying down, appreciate the blessings of Allah. Remember, Allah don't take things for granted. And there are some people who take, you know, the gifts that they're given for granted, and they don't think about those people who have given them. So Allah subhanaw taala has placed his eye at everywhere for us so that we increase in our religion.

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And if we own something, if we've made something, we brag about it a lot. But look at what Allah subhanaw taala has created and how perfectly as created

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and realize your insignificance, but what you've made is nothing in comparison to what Allah has created.

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Another very important lesson that we learned from this is that Allah subhanaw taala has placed is is in the heavens and the earth.

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And he's not obligated to do so

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he has put these out for us for our benefit, so that we increase in our email, and we increase in our team.

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If he wanted, he wouldn't have what this is. And it wouldn't be his fault, that he would just tell the people through the messengers that believe, and the people would have to believe. And the only way of increasing your Eman was by reading the Scripture. But it is a great blessing of Allah that He has placed these Ayah so that we can see them and we can increase in our Eman, we can increase in our team.

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Like Ibrahim A listener, he has to last a little bit or any kafer to Hilda, what was he asked me, he said Bella what I can do to my copy, of course I believe, but if I see it, it's going to help me have it maintenance. Similarly, when we see all of these if they help us in having your pain in increasing in our even in having your pain and having certainty.

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And when we go outside with the kids for a walk or to a picnic or anything like this, we should tell them about these iPads so they can also reflect. And if you try to reflect with them, I'm telling you, they'll come up with lessons that are much better than yours.

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And part of our call is to acknowledge the fact that Allah subhanaw taala has created all of this, because many people, they study the signs and the heavens and the earth. And still they don't acknowledge the fact that Allah subhanaw taala is the creator. And they believe in you can say the big bang theory or the evolution theory. And they deny the creation theory. And it's not a creation theory. It's a creation fact. It's the fact of creation.

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And they say that believing in the Big Bang or something like that is like as though you're throwing paint on a canvas and think that it's going to be a beautiful picture at the end. How's it possible?

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Those who have looked those who use their intellect. They know that it's not possible that all of this can come up accidentally. No, it's not possible that the Apple is perfect texture, perfect days, in every way. It's good for you and it's an accident. How is it possible?

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salaam aleikum,

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and toffee in relation to what Mr. Pena was saying about the creation and reflection. And quite often, despite the fact that we are enjoying all the benefits that Allah Subhana Allah has bestowed upon us, we really don't reflect including myself, most of the time.

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Just two, three months ago, I moved into this new place and my neighbor, she takes a lot of time and getting her garden together and the breakfast area overlooks that garden and I enjoyed every bit of the scenery.

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And I really wanted to get a box of chocolates and go over and say thank you for taking care of your garden because I enjoy the scenery, but

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I wanted to do that for her. But later on, I realized that you know, what? Allah subhanaw taala that has put everything in the right place with the right colors, and that we're able to enjoy. And the more I reflected, I don't know Reflections of Time. I don't. I realized that just the way a parent then expecting parents, gets all the things ready, from the diaper, to the wiper to the little creams, everything I mean, those of us who have children will relate to this. One expecting a child and basically prepares the room with all the colors coming to Panama look at the height of the sky and the depth of the sea. What is it in there that is not serving us humans.

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Reflecting not only tells us, I believe the power of the Almighty, and he has powerful his ilk, and he is asleep, and his artistry, but the fact that he loves us so much that He has put everything in the right place with the right colors. And actually designers look at the trees the fall, and they come up with all the colors that is a part of the fall, the color, the texture, the contrast. So it's not just has that he felt obligated to create this for us. It says love, just the way we love our children. And we create that perfect room for them. And they don't even know when they open their eyes, they're actually in a different type of zone. They can't even see in fact, they say that

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the children they see inverted, not even straight. But yet he has created us with so much confidence if we ponder and reflect, to appreciate his beauty and that's not just because for us to say okay, we praise you, we want to pray for you. But just to know that he loves us so much and that's something that I wanted to share and because I've been listening

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and to the left man so many blessings of Allah subhanaw taala I mentioned that we a lot you know, become ethical people and which of them will you ignore and not look at and not reflect and not appreciate? Which Where can you turn your eyes away from? You'll turn your eyes away from the trees from the sky. Okay, Look down, look at your feet, look at the soil where what can you deny? You cannot deny anything you cannot miss any blessing just open your eyes and reflect

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what other lessons to be learned.

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that a person who has a clue what is he going to do? He is going to remember them. Well Barbara who Alina yet kurunegala

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there are those people who mentioned a lot those people will remember a lot. So a sign of the intelligence of a person is that human was

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a sign of the lobe. The appeal of a person is that he does not forget almost.

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Also we learn from this is that if there's so much virtue and importance of reflecting on the creation, then imagine the importance of reflecting on the words of Allah.

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On the law of Allah. If Allah is telling us to reflect on the creation, what he has created, then just imagine the importance of reflecting on the Sharia the laws that have lost a penalty.

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Because many times you know, when people read these, if they say yes, because of this reason, I'm going to go and get a degree in biology or in this and that, that's also good because this is what is motivating you that you should increase in your event. But how about the importance of reflecting on the deen of Allah? Is that not important? Of course it is important.

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And so is it okay to read these ayat before Salah to increase for sure in Salah

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as long as it person doesn't make it a constant habit. Because if you make it a constant habit and you think that definitely it's going to increase in your future than it would be inventing something, it's not actually part of the. But if you feel that if you read this is in your cellar, thinking about them reflecting upon them, it helps you then go ahead. But don't think that it's mandatory, it's necessary.

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And that we see over here that a loss of data is encouraging us to reflect on the bigger picture. Don't just reflect on yourself what's going on in your life? Yes, reflect on that as well. But reflect on bigger matters as well the bigger picture as well. Don't just think about Okay, if I'm cooking food, which Herbes do I put in which sauce Should I put which will enhance the flavor which will enhance the aroma? Yes, it's important reflect, but just keep it limited. Just do as much as as necessary.

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And another very important lesson that we learned from this is that reflection when a person reflects when a person does to focus on the heavens and the earth to hunt the afterlife, then he increases in his email, he increases in his fate, or might have been Arjuna disease. He used to say that reflecting upon the blessings of Allah is the highest form of worship. He used to say that the record is like the best form of worship. And a similar narration from abundant busselton who tells us that the record is much better than knuffel that a person prays with his heart elsewhere. that a person is praying is doing so much they could or he's performing so many natural Salah but his heart

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is somewhere else. He's not focused. It's better instead to spend five minutes reflecting

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You know, using your mind, that's what you've been holding on to is that it doesn't mean that you don't pray enough. But what is meant is that if you're praying constantly, if you're doing they're constantly in your heart is often it's not in the Salah, it's not in the record, that instead, spend some time doing difficult to sharpen your mind so that you can perform the surgery with for sure as well.

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So if you haven't been arena, he said that reflection, difficult is light that enters your heart. It brings light to your heart, it brings life to your heart, it makes you a living person. Because one is to just look at things on the surface and just pass on. And the other is to notice things to appreciate things to be lively, to be happy to be appreciated. So reflection is light that enters a person's heart are made of an empty place. He said, I have heard more than one Sahaba more than once I have I have heard them say the light of Eman is reflection. The light of a man is what the *?

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What does it mean by that? That if there is not a *up, than a man is incomplete.

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A man is incomplete without difficulty. Because when you do the focus, not just on the help, but also in the act of revalidate, or loss of panel data has obligated upon us, then that increases in your email that makes your act of worship more purposeful, more enjoyable. And when it's more enjoyable, obviously, you're going to increase in your email,

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web even when he said whoever reflects a lot, whoever does much difficult, he will understand the reality of things. He will be able to understand the reality of things. And a person who does not reflect much is he going to be able to understand the reality of things? No, you're not going to be able to.

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Like for example, some people they're very passive towards computers and software's and such things very passive. Do they understand the reality of how to work a computer how to work a software they don't. And if even the smallest problem arises, they're not able to figure it out themselves, and their other people will pay attention to small things, okay, if I use this key, that's a big shortcut, gonna save my time. So when a person uses his mind when a person reflects on things, that what happens, he is able to understand the reality of things. And he said that whoever understands the reality of things, he will gain true knowledge. And whoever against true knowledge will

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definitely act upon it,

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then you will be able to act upon it. Why is it that we're not able to act upon the knowledge? Because we haven't understood? Why have we not understood because we haven't bothered thinking about it. We haven't bothered reflecting upon it. It is at the root of the livan aroma, he would leave the city, he would leave the populated areas. And he would go to the desert. And he would say over there. Look, where are your people?

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So a place where nobody's there, empty, desolate, no trees, no buildings, no things of this world. And he would say, Where are your people, and then he would respond himself. calusa in halycon enlarger. Everything is going to be destroyed except his face, except our last penguin. So it is important that sometimes we detach ourselves, we literally leave the things of this world and take some time to reflect, take some time to think it's very important.

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Similarly, bishops are happy. He said, If people reflected on the majesty and the greatness of Allah Subhana, dada, they would not be able to disobey Him.

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Vishal haffi. What did he say? That if people reflected on the majesty and greatness of Allah, they would not be able to disobey Him? And how do you reflect on the majesty and greatness of Allah? Then when you look at the vastness of the sky, when you look at the greatness of the earth, you wonder, How great is the creator?

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How great is the creator, then

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if you look at the perfection of the heavens and the earth, and you wonder about the perfection of the Creator.

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Similarly, aboard one sec, either model Canada who fit for the coalition,

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a person if he has some meaning, if he has some reflection, if he reflects on things, then he will gain a broad from everything. He will gain a lesson from everything, every little thing. He's not a boring person, when he reflects on things, which is why sometimes you see that some people kind of what they're told about the fact of a computer machine and they related with event in your heart and you know, it's amazing how they make connections. It's amazing how to make connections, how to draw lessons from everything.

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How do you make connections and how do you draw lessons when you reflect?

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This is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said after this is will reveal that way lonely man Cora will amiata for coffee have water The one who recited these verses, but he did not reflect upon

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He did not reflect upon that because reflection leads us to lessons

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Rob Burnett in the command to the healing of zeta woman is unsolved. Our Lord. Indeed whoever you admit to the fire any person who is admitted into the fire feel called zeta, then in fact you have disgraced him. And for the wrong doors, there are no helpers. So one of the daughters of Albert, they reflect on the heavens and the earth, but they also pray to their Lord. They remember a loss of data. And they also make

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that in the command to the hidden to the thing is from then Heartland, whoever you admit whoever you enter whoever you put into a now into the Hellfire of data, that in fact you have humiliated that person you have disgrace that person. Because if a person is thrown into the Hellfire, then what does that mean? He's humiliated.

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Now just imagine if you're, you know, in a gathering, if you're amongst people, if you are outside in the public, and somebody comes and slaps you in front of everybody, or somebody says, very rude things to you in front of everybody, how do you feel humiliated? Now just imagine the Day of Judgment where the entire creation is present. And the entire creation includes the best of creation, the best of people, the prophets of Allah, the righteous the martyrs, and in front of them, a person is thrown into the Hellfire in front of a law, the person is humiliated is thrown into the Hellfire, what disgrace what humiliation, what debasement. And in this dunya we're so

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conscious that nobody should say anything rude to us. Nobody should talk to us in a manner that is disrespectful. We're so careful. We are so careful about our image. We will spend so much time adorning ourselves beautifying ourselves, keep looking at the mirror, keep going to the washroom making sure that you know our hijab is fixed property, our hair is looking fine. Our clothes are okay. We'll spend hours dressing up hours fixing our hair. Why? Because we don't want to be humiliated in front of people.

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So much time and attention goes on this.

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Similarly, we gain an education we try to study we try to get degrees we try to get a good job. Why? Because it's embarrassing. If you don't have a good job. It's embarrassing if you don't have a title. But on the Day of Judgment, where a person is thrown into the Hellfire, we think that's not humiliation. How much time are we spending in order to save us from that humiliation from that disgrace in the command to the hidden nano zeta, that in fact you humiliated him? So chose that Alibaba, those people whose priorities are the author of their priorities, what the after, it's not this dounia they're concerned about the afra. their concerns, their worries are about the afro and

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voter data. The person is humiliated. This shows that a person who enters into the fire, he does not have email, he does not have belief. Why? Because it's sort of the theme is number eight, we learn the Day of Judgment is the day when Allah will not humiliate His Prophet, or those people who believe he will not humiliate them. So any person who is admitted into the Hellfire he is being humiliated. What is it show that that person does not have a

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woman is lonely, minim and unsought and for the wrongdoers. There are no helpers. Who are the only mean what is alone in a shelter, lagoon?

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Well, cafe Runa homos lolly moon, chick and COVID. Both are great injustices. So over here by saying what manuals are the minimum onslaught of learning me specifies that Who are the people who are going to be admitted into the Hellfire

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and the ship and Alan Cooper.

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There are those who will be admitted into the fire eternally. And avanti mean, also has been used over here because if you think of it machine could have been said,

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woman in machinery kena Well, Catherine, it's not difficult for a lot to put to words, why is the word body been used in particular, to show it to us that any person who does will, he will not have a helper on the Day of Judgment, he will not have anyone to help him on the Day of Judgment, a person who does whether it is upon himself by committing sins by disobeying Allah takahama nafsa or a person does ruin other people trying to harm them, being unjust towards them. That is also a person who does learn he will have no helper on the day of judgment to protect him and save him from the punishment will make his learning minimal.

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robina Oh, our Lord in Manor Sameera Nam wanna do indeed we have heard a color and this color unitl Eman? What is he calling to? He is calling to Eman to fate. What did he say? an amine it will have become that believe in your Lord. What did we do? What was our response for Amman? So we believed Why? Because he was telling us to believe in our Lord be Rob become your own Lord your Holic your Malik your mother been so what's the difficulty in believing in the one who created you? The one who owns you various difficulty.

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So we heard a caller and he was telling us to believe in your Lord. What was our response? We believed? We heard we heard who the winner The winner is from the reflectors known that well and some say no Dahlia. Neither is refer so it is to raise one's voice to say something out loud.

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This is what Nita is Muna de is one who does neither one who calls one who raises up his voice and loudly called out to someone.

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So we heard him when it Who is this when it when it refers to the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So we heard Him and who was he calling to? He was united even calling us to email which he meant that we should believe in our Lord. Now doesn't mean that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam didn't tell the people to believe in the prophets of online the books of Allah, in the angels of Allah, because only immunobiological has mentioned over here. Does it mean that? No, because believing in Allah means believing in everything that Allah has told the person to believe in. So although the details of Eman have not been mentioned, but it's understood, and remember that in some places, some details are mentioned in other places, more details are mentioned.

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Now, we can see that Oh, okay, over here, believing alone is necessary. Believe in God only is necessary. You don't have to necessarily believe in a messenger. You can't do that. You have to put things in the correct perspective. And look at them in the whole context in the entire context of the Quran. So over here on amino gurobi comm Rob has been mentioned over here because the context speaks a lot of a loss of penalty that Allah is the hydac. He is the one who created the heavens and the earth. So somebody told us, you believe in your Lord, what did we do? We believed

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over here, they say that indigenous America we have heard that some people they hurt the profit sort of autism directly. Correct. They hurt him directly the people of his time. But there's some other people who didn't hear him directly. Who did they hear this call through

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the ears of the prophet

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who are the heirs of the Prophet

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that within the scholars, the knowledgeable ones, they're the heirs of the prophets, and they pass on the same message. The prophets are allowed Islam said buddy, who I knew will convey for me even when I saw all those people who convey they fall under this category of munadi, which is why someone said that when it doesn't just refer to the Prophet but it also refers to the Quran. Because in the Quran, the same call is preserved. The same message is preserved. What Allah hokum Allahu Ahad

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will do Rocco worship your Lord Allah v holla, Coco. So an immunobiological that you believe in your Lord, for m&m so we believe or have been fulfilling our Lord then forgive us for fit in that again firming so as a result

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as a result of what as a result of our email because we have believed therefore, you forgive us forgive us what the nobuna our sins if it is from a fiddle and what does Moffitt amin cetera, them to conceal the sin what the jail was on who and not called to account for it?

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So forgive for us our sins, the rubies have learned them. And then is every action that has a bad consequence, a negative consequence. So forgive for us our sins, forgive our sins for us because of our email meaning

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Save us from the consequences of our sins because what is muffler set with them to cover the same what the jail was on so cover this in hide it and cover it as well why is that we are saved from the consequences of these things in the dunya and also in the

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worker fear I'm not an XP it from us say attina our since GFI from the reflector skaftfell What does cover literally mean? To cover something to hide something and get photo you can feel that field is to wipe off something

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because when something is wiped off, it is hidden meaning it's not visible anymore, it cannot be seen anymore. So the key is to wipe off something. So caffeine is a tendency as a clone of soda.

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And I'd say as you know is used for a same when the word say is used with them.

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When the word say here is used with them over here, fulfill Nana lubaina waka fear Allah say Athena say it has been used and rube has been used. When both of these words come together in a context, then the new them refers to the major things the cover

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and the Safety Act, they refer to the sorry, the minuses, which is why if you look at it, the word for forgiveness is different. Right? For the new, the word muffler has been used, and for safety as the word caffeine has been used that four major sins, hide them, conceal them, save us from their consequences in the dunya and the arsenal. And for the small things, the minor sins, cover them up, wipe them off, wipe them off with what with our good deeds. worker workfit unnecessary attina How? Through our good deeds because we know that good deeds, what do they do? They erase the bad deeds but which bad deeds, the minor ones for the major sames a person has to do though a person has to

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seek forgiveness.

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And as we know that one side to the other side of one or the other and when one How should the other hedge? What do these good deeds do? Whatever sins are committed in between they're forgiven, they're wiped off. And obviously it refers to the minor ones.

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So our major sins completely forgive them and our minor sins, wipe them off with our good deeds. Because you know, if you just imagine your record of deeds,

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just imagine

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you can think about the big big sense that a person may have committed, lying, backbiting or ship.

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Similarly, Caitlyn Jenner, I mean, these are major big things. But when it comes to small things, being ungrateful, looking at somebody with contempt, saying something rude to someone, what is all of this? minor sins? And many times we don't even remember that we have committed

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and these minor sins, these little sins, what do they do? They make the record of deeds, you can say dirty, they spoil it, they ruin it. It's like you have a very good piece of paper, and then you have small small marks on it.

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And a very beautiful painting. And then a child came and he scribbled just a little bit one year one there one there, what's going to happen is it going to affect the overall look. Of course, it's going to make it look dirty.

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Like if you have a beautiful wall it's painted very beautifully. But then over time what happens marks and stains What do those marks and stains do they make the wall look very bad.

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Soccer fit or unnecessary identity say after we have committed we don't even remember that we don't even realize wipe them off, erase them gaffer anessa Tina how to our good deeds,

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what our family abroad and make us die with the righteous. There were further from the root letters, wildfire and Delphia. What does it mean? So take our our meaning take our souls at the time of death. Maren Oberon, along with the righteous doesn't mean that when the righteous die, we should die at the same time.

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The problem with Islam died much before how's that gonna happen? Marla brought over here Maria does not indicate the man it does not indicate time. But what it means is that when we die, then join us with who with the abroad

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then join us with the righteous. The word abroad is a plural of birth or birth. And who is one who does a lot of Cathedral hierarchy. The one who does a lot of height,

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the one who does a lot of height. And birth is also used for a lot of hang time it's also one of the names of Allah. We learn in sort of two to 28 in condemn in Kabul una de Ruvo in the who who and Barbara Rahim we used to pray to Allah subhanaw taala before

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And he is about and he is Rahim

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about is one who does a lot of good. So abroad are the righteous ones, the obedient ones. Who does it refer to the prophets of Allah, the Sunday hain the righteous people. So when we die, join us with the abroad.

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As we learn that use of artists, lm, he made a DA introduce of I 101 we learn, there were funny muslimin Well, how can you beside him, cause me to die as a Muslim, and join me with the righteous. And also if you think about it, otherwise, the graveyards of the Muslims, they're generally separate. So they're varied in the same place as the other righteous ones.

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So what do we learn from this is

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that a person should acknowledge and mention the blessings of Allah?

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Which blessings of Allah subhanaw taala? Are they acknowledging that

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if you read these to

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a man in the NASA Mariner moon at the end, united, amen.

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Amen, we believe

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and what a person does mention, when a person does acknowledge the blessings of another favors of Allah, He shouldn't do so in a manner as if he is showing the favor to Allah. But Allah, I'm being so grateful. Because they're not saying that, oh, we believed it's a big deal. We believe it's a big favorite, you know, a person should not do it in that manner. But rather, he should do it out of humanity. And if in a conversation, a person does mention some of his good deeds, like over here, they're saying phenomena we have believed. Similarly, if in a conversation, a person does end up mentioning some of his good deeds, that for instance, you go somewhere and people ask you, okay, so

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what do you do? You say, I studied the Quran that you are mentioning a good deed. If you do it without showing off, it's okay. It's alright. Similarly, if somebody asks you, have you done Hajj, and you say, I don't want to tell him I don't want to show off. And you lie. No, you shouldn't lie. You should say yes. 100. And I did it. So if in a conversation, that person does end up mentioning some of his good deeds, it's okay, as long as he doesn't do it out of here.

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Also, we learn from this ayah that the call of the messenger and when Eddie what was he calling to unity Lily man, he was calling people to email him and he knew and immunobiological so the call of the day he should be to, to Allah subhanaw taala to believe in Allah. Not that somebody should join you. Somebody should also have a Muslim name just like you that they should grow your numbers, they should grow your strength. Those are just benefits. But the main reason of calling people is what to call them to a loss.

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It's supposed to be that we're in a loss.

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Also, we learn from this ayah that over here, this is in an AMA that we have believed for Oman. So we believe

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Fallowfield Leonard Illumina therefore, forgive us our sins. So when they're making the art, what are they mentioning a good deed that they have done?

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So this shows to us that when you're making the raw, you can mention some of your good deeds that Oh Allah, you gave me the trophy, to study the Quran. You gave me the trophy to do this to do that good deed. So forgive me.

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So, Grant me this helped me with this. It is permissible as long as again a person does not do it out of showing favorite to Allah.

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Or opener, or our Lord. What do you know my wattana Allah Lucic? and grant us what you promised us through your messengers. Give us what you promised us through your messengers, Mauer Atlanta, where Atlanta is from the roof veterus Well, I

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notice a lot, but I love bananas. There's so much repetition. Why this shows to us that when a person is making the law, he should constantly mention the names of Allah. He should constantly mentioned Allah subhanaw taala, because it shows more humility. And when you reflect more on heavens and the earth, and you do they could have a loss of hands on a piano and recorded or alleged to be him, then you automatically develop a closest with the loss of panatela. And you constantly make dua, that Allah, Allah, if you look at it, all of these statements are not prayers.

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All of these statements are not the US. If you look at the first statement, what do they say? That robina in the comment to the hidden narrow Faculty of data?

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It's a conversation.

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What does that show closeness that they have with the last panel data and how does a person develop that by reflecting on what Allah subhanaw taala has created?

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So robina what attina Martina and give us meaning bestow us, grant us what you promised us how

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Did you promise us this level civic upon your messengers are not also think is understood and do is first of all, either Amen.

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Upon amen in your messengers that Allah subhanaw taala has promised certain reward for those people who believe in the messengers.

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Secondly, Allah rasa lake has been understood as Allah Al sin at eurosonic meaning what you have promised us through the tongue of your messengers, meaning through your messengers,

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the reward that you promised us via through your messengers, because a person doesn't really know what reward he's going to get for the good deeds that he's doing. But when he learns that, okay, this reward is mentioned in the Quran, for this good deed, this reward is mentioned in the Sunnah for this good deed. That is what the promise of Allah for a good deed that a person has done. So malware attacks are allowed to take one or two Zina and what is it that Allah subhanaw taala has promised as reward, Jenna, mercy favor? So grant is that well out of the 9:01pm and do not humiliate us on the Day of Judgment. Do not humiliate us because the humiliation of that day is the greatest

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humiliation in Nicoletta Clifford Mira indeed you do not go against the promise, mira this from the roof letters were in debt. So indeed, you do not go against the promise.

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Mira is understood as the time that has been agreed upon. It is the time that has been agreed upon. So what is the time that has been agreed Yamaha piano, so you're not going to go against it, meaning you're not going to cancel the Day of Judgment. You're not going to cancel it. Because sometimes what happens people are told, okay, you know, we will have a day of celebration, where you will be awarded, you will get your results, and this will happen. And that will happen. And finally, what happens, you hear that the whole event has been canceled. How do you feel when you find out that you will get your reward in meal, you will get your certificate in mail, how do you feel? How do you

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feel? You feel very bad, although you do get the reward anyway. But just the fact of getting something on a big day. It has its own pleasure, it has its own excitement.

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So in Nicoletta California, you don't go against the time that you have promised.

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And when does a person go against a promise that he has made? for one of two reasons, first of all, because of a false promise that a person has made.

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So if a person has made a promise, that is false, he never intends to fulfill it, then he will obviously go against it. And that is what a sign of hypocrisy.

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And what's another reason, inability, that sometimes a person makes a promise, but things don't work out. And he's unable to fulfill the promise. So for instance, the school that you go to, they have made arrangements for a particular event on which you will get your rewards and everything but the circumstances change. And it's not possible to hold that event. So because of their inability, they're not able to fulfill their promise. But Allah soprano data, he does not suffer from inability in Nicaragua for me as a

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woman as dokumen, Allahu Allah, and Allah subhanaw taala is the most truthful in the speech. So if he has said that he will give reward in the Day of Judgment, then you will not go against his promise. So, grant us what you have promised us meaning the reward, and do not humiliate us on the Day of Judgment. You do not go against your promise, the promise time.

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What are some of the promises that Allah subhanaw taala has made with his lives? First of all, Allah Subhana Allah has made a promise with the slaves in the dunya we don't insult the news item of 55 why the law will let you know amanu men come while I'm inside the head layer Stefano will of Allah has promised those who have believed among you and unrighteous deeds that He will surely grant them succession to authority upon the earth. So this is a promise. So attina meaning and give us this promise as well fulfill this promise as well.

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And the promise in the Hereafter, we don't instead of the Toba is 72 what are the local minima while moving at genette integrity mean tactical and how to hard enough we have one Masaki Natalia birth and Fijian Nithya. Allah has promised the believing men and believing women gardens beneath which rivers flow wherein they abide eternally, and pleasant dwellings in gardens of perpetual residents. So these are some of the promises that are lost a parent Allah has made with his servants.

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So what is their draw? That all of the promises that you have made with us, fulfill them?

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Now why do they say this? Is it ever possible that alone would go against this promise? You know, if somebody says to you if you've made a promise with them, and they said, please make sure you fulfill that promise? Isn't that disrespectful? Do you doubt me? Why are you saying that? So why are they saying this shouldn't increase in their humidity? Why is he saying this?

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It is for two reasons. First of all, despite the good deeds that they do, they're not 100% sure that they deserve the reward.

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They're not 100% sure that they deserve the reward.

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They keep asking him, they keep reminding themselves, Allah does not go against his promise. Why? Because they realize their faults, they realize their mistakes. A loss of pain without his promise is going to be fulfilled regardless, but they are not certain that they are among those people who deserve it. This is the reason why this aid

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is like you keep asking that this is happening. Right? And I am in that list, right? So Are you doubting that person, you know, doubting them just want to make sure that you're actually a part of it.

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Secondly, because it shows their earnestness, their desire, their longing, their craving, for what Allah subhanaw taala has promised that they can't wait. They desired so much, that they keep saying that over grants grant is now very soon.

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Because it shows the longing that they have for what Allah Subhana Allah has promised. But as I show to us, that a person who has understanding a person who has an effect on the universe, a person who has a man, then his entire thinking changes. His thinking changes, his worries, his concerns are about the author.

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He's not worried that oh, I will not have this in the dunya. I will not have that in the dunya. No, he's worried about the reward of the afro. He's worried not about the humiliation of this world, but about the humiliation of the

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about the disgrace of the afro, because the disgrace of the Africa is the greatest disgrace it's the greatest humiliation.

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And a person who has a man a person who reflects a person who has aka he wants to go to gym and he wants protection from the fire which is why Falcon or they have been led to scenario 1pm in the command to the Hill a narrow pocket of data, what does it show? How much they want to know and how much they want to be saved from the Hellfire because from absorbancy hana now what are the Hello Jenna photographers, that is a person who is truly successful

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We see over here, that in spite of the humidity that they had before almost

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they have a sense of closeness. What we do is that we go into an extreme, if we are very humble before someone, and we're very distant from them.

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And unfortunately, in some cultures is what is taught, you have to respect your parents, and you can hug them. You can't give them a kiss. We can't do that, because it's out of respect that you can't do anything like that. But the thing is that true humility comes with closeness and out of humidity and out of the closeness, the strong relationship that they have with the loss of penalty. This is why they keep saying that give us what you have promised us. Well, at the Noma we're just as children. They are, you know, humbled in front of their parents. But still, there's that frankness or there's that bonding in which they keep reminding each other off what they have promised each

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It shows the close bond