Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 05 – L058B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of showing support for Islam and not associate anything with it, as it is a fundamental source of worship. They stress the importance of finding a healthy environment for one's family members and finding a relative who is also their relative. The speakers also touch on the concept of adoption and the use of tools during illness. They emphasize the importance of protecting privacy and not letting people know the actions of others, and encourage using time for relaxing.
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Lesson number 58 Salut Anissa I am number 36 to 50

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warriewood de la hawala to seek will be he she will be the valley they need Santa,

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worship Allah and associate nothing with him. And two parents do good.

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So far inside of them is that we have learned about the commands, the instructions with regards to family affairs, whether it is to do with orphans, or to do with wives or to do with husbands or to do with inheritance, different laws, we have learned different commands we have learned.

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And sometimes we see that when it comes to our own problems, we get so involved in them that we forget about the rest of the world.

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We're so preoccupied with the problems that we're suffering in our own lives, that we forget about your son, we forget.

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We forget the neighbors, we forget the needy,

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because we think that we are the most oppressed persons in this world.

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So what does Allah say? Why are Buddha's law? worship Allah?

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Why? Because that is the purpose of your life.

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Yes, these things, these problems, they will continue to happen. One day somebody is being born. In other words, somebody who's dying, there's inheritance, there's marriage, there's divorce, so many things happen. But why are you here? Are you bad?

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Why are Buddha law worship Allah, and remember that every bad there is a whole door with the humanity before a loss.

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And everybody is done through the body, meaning through performing rituals is also done through the tongue. By doing this, by remembering a loss of data by talking that which Allah is pleased with, by saying that with which Allah subhanaw taala is pleased.

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And also, everybody has done through once well, by giving sadaqa by spending on Hajj by spending under relatives by spending on the wife, by giving them a hug,

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by giving everybody their share of inheritance. This is also very bad.

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Sorry, brother is not just about worshipping is not just about ritual worship, but it is also about obeying.

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It is to do what Allah subhanaw taala has commanded, and refrain from what he has forbidden.

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Because that is showing humility. Before I'm not surprised.

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That all because you have commanded this to me, whatever it is, even if I don't fully understand, I accept it.

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Even if I don't fully see the reason behind it. I accept it. I will do it.

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Because I have been sent in dystonia. Why? Well now Hanako general insert in earlier we'll do a lot of panel data did not create the managin. Except for that they should worship Allah.

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So my purpose in this life is worshiping Allah obeying Allah.

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So why would Allah worship Allah? He is your mechanic, he is the one who created you. He is the one who provides you, are you going to forget him? Are you going to forget his right? Because sometimes I'm giving the rights of other people or in demanding our rights. You forget about the right of Allah.

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There's also a laws, right? If you want your right, whether it is money, or whether it is kind treatment. What about the right of Allah?

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Aren't you going to fight for that? Aren't you going to struggle for that?

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Why would Allah Allah also has a right above you worship Allah,

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one or two, she could be shy, and do not associate anything with him.

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Whether it is a human being, or it is an animal, or it is a tree, anything whatsoever, no matter how much you like it, no matter how much you respect it, or how much you benefit from it. Still, you're not going to associate anything with a loss

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lead to SQL.

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And remember, that check is done in several ways that first of all, in Ruby have a loss of data that considering that there is somebody else who created the there's somebody else who gives it is there somebody else who is in Budapest who plans or who is the Malik

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so check first of all Fie Ruby, in the Ruby of Allah subhanaw taala. Secondly, in Oulu, here,

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in the fact that our last cantata alone is enough.

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So considering that somebody else deserves worship, deserves or better, that is what ship and also in the a smart and SAFE Act of Allah

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The names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala are exclusively for him for nobody else.

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So worship only Allah show humility before him, because it is his right whenever she could be Shay and do not associate anything with him.

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Because shank is a major sin. We learned about the Cabal.

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And one of the most major sins is Schick.

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We learned that the prophets are allowed to set him he said tomorrow probably learn identity mahakala here and under the bed, do you know what Allah is right? is on his servants, that what is a loss of habitat is right on his servants, more either by Allah and His Messenger know better. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, and yeah, boo hoo, whenever you seek will be

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the right of Allah is that the people should worship Him and not associate anything with him.

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This is the right of Allah. This is the hook of Allah.

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The Prophet of Allah is that and then said, either him or her color evader and Allah either federally with Ehrlich Do you know what the right of the servants on a law is? If they do this,

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meaning if the people only worship online not associate anything with him, what is their right upon Allah

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and now you're Atiba home, that he should not punish them.

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So, the right of Allah is that he should be worshipped alone, none should be associated with him.

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And if the people do that, what is their right that alone should not punish them.

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And we see that a person salvation a person success is based on this India hero what that every person has been doing rebirth of a lot. And if a person stayed away from ship, then he will be successful India

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and we also see that the first lesson that will start to every people every community was what

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have the heat.

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Every messenger What did he say to the people? Yeah, comment with the law. All my people worship Allah. Malecon Manila, Himalayan, oh, there is no God for you except him.

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Meaning you have no other God except Him.

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And we learned this in sort of our life. I remember 65

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What did we learn at the beginning of the Quran in surah baqarah that he or you Hanna's or Buddha or a book of worship your Lord. Why? Because under the Kanako, he is the one who created you.

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And at the end of the day, what was that fella try to delay and don't set for Allah, any partners.

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So the hook of Allah is that he should be worshipped alone.

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The surah is about giving a coup

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and in demanding our rights, we forget the right of a law.

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Whatever the law her whenever she could be sure, yeah.

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And then we've been Why do they need Santa and what the two parents do, son, because after a loss of final data, the parents have the most right upon us. They have the most right upon us.

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Because first of all, who is the one who has done most excellent upon us. Allah spent data and after a loss of the human beings, our parents, why? Because they gave birth to us. The mother gave birth to her child and the father. He brought his hard earned money. And he didn't buy things to indulge himself with food rather he went and bought diapers for the child. So this is a sign of the parents. The mother stayed up the night, the father stayed up the night. Both of them they have done a lot of sacrifices for their children, which is why we learned that disobedience to parents is also a major sin.

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If a person disappears, the parents does not treat them properly. That is also a major sin.

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And as Eben Malik said, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam mentioned the major sins or he was asked about the major sins and he said I shall Kabila. rokkaku naps were cuckold were leading

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ship, Schick. Cotton and Rococo anything disobedience to parents being unbeautiful towards when parents

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were learning solid Look, man if 14 was final inside and we were leading, and we have enjoined upon men care for his parents. Why?

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Because how am I like to move who when

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his mother carried him increasing or in weakness

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Upon weakness,

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that from the moment that a woman becomes pregnant, she only increases in her weakness. Even when she delivers the child, what does she increasing

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in weakness?

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What you saw Lou fear, I mean, and his weaning into years, breastfeeding the child for two years. So what is it that Allah Subhana Allah has commanded the human being, and is called Lee, while you are the day that you'll be grateful to me, and also to your parents.

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This is why we're bill Wiley, they assign meaning and do our son towards the parents, because they have done the most for you. They have done a lot of sacrifice for you. They love you. They care for you.

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And remember that while it does not just include one's immediate parents, but rather it includes who else

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mahat. About who else does it include grandparents of a person,

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grandmothers and grandfathers. So why do you think yes, it refers to the two parents but by extension, it applies to grandparents. It also applies to the foster mother of a person.

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And it also applies to all of those relatives who are at the same level of the parents. Like for example, we learned that the harder is on the Manzella off.

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The maternal aunt is like a mother. So a person cannot mistreat his or her maternal aunt just because she's not my mother. No, she also deserves

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similarly, uncles, they're like your father's one spiritual parents wants teachers. Who are they? Like parents.

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So we'll bill Wiley, Dini.

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And what is your son,

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guide treatment, good treatment, that everyone should be adopted, that would please them, that would make them happy. That would bring them benefit,

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every way through which you could bring them benefit through which you would make them happy, whether it is smiling at them, whether it is placing a glass of water by their bed before they wake up or before they go to bed. But is this something that is going to benefit them? Something that is going to please them?

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And remember, aerosol is done through several ways How? Through coal, through Farrell, through Mal, through Java.

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So we're bill Why did any aksana and do airson towards the parents,

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but also to extend with who else will be there?

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And with close relatives, those who are related to and what's the rule that you're going to apply here? What are you going to apply over here for doing your son with a close relatives because they'll corba includes a lot of people remember four generations up and four generations down? So what do they you know, apply a crop follicle

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while he uttama endorphins, why? Why do you assign towards them, because they need it. Because your team he deserves some environment, his father is not there. So the whole society should play the role of the Father, look at the mercy of Allah.

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That if someone is deprived in one way, Allah subhanaw taala replaces that or makes up for that need some or the other.

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The theme is not of a father, but the whole community has been commanded to ascend towards the thing.

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While Masaki and also the needy, meaning even if you don't get anything in return, still do ersan because a miskeen is someone who deserves some kind treatment,

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whether that kind treatment is a nice meal, a warm meal, or it is a smile, or it is saying I understand one must clean up to the needy

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and also do air sign on who well Jerry the record and the neighbor that is a relative with whom you have a relationship.

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And Jad is from the room cutters gene welder and do well is the site and job is to live by the side of someone.

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job is to be on the side of someone

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and from this job is also to protect or to rescue. Why because the neighbor he doesn't just live by you, but he's also supposed to protect you.

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So and also to expand upon the jar who is will corba What does that mean by Jerry dill corba. First of all, the neighbor who is also your relative?

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You know sometimes people live in an extended family house or in the same neighborhood or let's say the parents in law live on the upper floor and the daughter enjoys The Sandlot. Where do they live on the ground level or in the basement or something like that. It's in the same house.

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They have houses next to each other. They live on the same street, they live in the same neighborhood, they live in the same area.

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So what jadie then kotoba? Who is he the neighbor, who is also a relative?

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Secondly, it has been said that what God did corba the neighbor who has closeness, this closeness is in terms of physical vicinity is in terms of physical location.

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Because the person doesn't just have one neighbor, correct. You have neighbors on either side, you have neighbors in front of you, you have neighbors behind you, and many neighbors. So, generally the quarterback is the neighbor whose door is closest to your door.

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In terms of physical location, he is close to you.

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So for instance, if you live on a street, there's one person who lives at the end of the street, there is one person who lives by you next to you. So a Jheri curl over he deserves their son.

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Thirdly, it has been said that Al Jazeera quarterback is the neighbor who is also a Muslim,

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a neighbor who is also a Muslim.

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Just imagine, think about your street, think about your neighborhood.

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Many people live there. There's also maybe some Muslims who live there. So your son yes towards all the neighbors, but in particular, the relative in particular, the Muslim, well, Jerry of Juniper, and also the neighbor by the side in the region.

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Jenna is from the new Tetris gene, nuba. And, Jennifer, your job is to put something aside is to discard something, it is to keep something away.

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From this, the word Juniper is also used for a stranger. Jim B, is a person who is in a state of sexual impurity because of which he is distinct from Salah. He is distinct from doing the kind of Allah

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so Allah, gentle, gentle, who is he? The neighbor, who is distant?

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How is he distant? In the same three ways? That first of all, he's a stranger, that between you and him, there is no relationship of caraga. He's not related to you.

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Maybe they're from the same country, but there's no relationship between the two of you.

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Secondly, he is a gentle, gentle how, in terms of physical location, that he's a distant neighbor?

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He doesn't live next door, but where does he live? At the end of the street? Two or three houses from yours? So who is he the distant neighbor?

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And thirdly, algae from Juniper? Who does it refer to the neighbor? Who is a non Muslim? such as a Jew or a Christian or whatever?

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So do axon towards all of the neighbors?

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The neighbor, who is your relative? And the neighbor? Who is not your relative, the neighbor who lives close to you and the neighbor who is distant from you, the neighbor, with whom you have a very good relationship, a very good friendship and the neighbor? Who was a total stranger to you,

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a neighbor who is a Muslim and the neighbor who's not a Muslim, all of these neighbors, what do they deserve?

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Yes. And how? Through code through feral also through man.

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What does it mean?

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That when you see them, what do we do? walk by, they're not Muslim. That's what we say right? Around Muslim. So we don't smile at them. We don't say hi to them. Even if it's a little child, we don't say how you're doing or anything like that. We don't say that. Why? Because we're so reserved within ourselves.

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And similarly, your son has done how to ferry

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back for instance, you're going into your house and maybe you see that the person they're trying to get into their driveway, but maybe there's a pile of snow or something like that, that's making it difficult for them. So maybe with your action, you can help them

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maybe if you're shoveling your driveway, you could also shoveled parked their driveway. If you're mowing your front lawn, maybe you can mow their front lawn You know, sometimes I don't understand it's literally one foot, literally one foot and even doing that people are so stingy. That no this area is not mine. I don't have to mow it. I don't have to shovel this. What is their son? It's not your son. You mind your own business? I mind my own business. And if you do your son, I mean this is in a way doing Dawa as well. So extend through coal or sand through Farrell and also through ones Well, how will you do with your wealth.

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Maybe if you're cooking something that's so aromatic, maybe part of it you could send you could in the month of Ramadan. When you find your

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Moses in your pakoras maybe you could make a plate and send it to them. I'm sure they can smell it. They're wondering how come every day they're having a feast? Send it. This is through man.

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Maybe there's a new neighbor, send them a gift with the Quran. So, well Jerry will corbeau Well, Jerry gentle.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said gibreel kept reminding me of the neighbors, right? Until I thought that he was going to give him a share of inheritance.

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Just imagine,

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do we even know our neighbors, their names? The fact that they exist, the fact that they're there? Do we know that?

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Because sometimes we're so involved in our own problems in our own lives that we don't bother to see who's living around us. We don't do that.

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gibreel kept reminding me of the neighbors right until I thought he was going to be given a share of inheritance. Just imagine that your neighbor is inheriting from you Why? Because he is living next door. Just imagine.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the best companions, according to Allah are those who are the best with their friends. And the best neighbors according to Allah are the best with their neighbors. Who is the best neighbor,

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the one who is good to his finger.

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We also learned that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam he asked his companions, multiple officina What do you say about adultery is that it is prohibited for Allah and His Messenger have prohibited it. So it is forbidden until the Day of Resurrection. See the question the prophets are the laws that I'm asking the answer the view.

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The prophets are allowed to set him set for a man to commit adultery with his neighbor's wife is worse than if he commits adultery with 10 women with 10 women.

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He then asked Makhachkala, Sarika What do you say about theft, that it is prohibited for Allah and His Messenger prohibited? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, If a man steals from his neighbor, it is worse for him than stealing from 10 Homes.

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So what is the right of the neighbor?

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That first of all,

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secondly, his wealth and his honor should be protected. Well, an honor of the neighbor should be protected.

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Similarly, the neighbor should not be caused any harm by any kind of harm.

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And also to err sign towards who will sahibi Belgium and the companion by the side.

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Who is this companion by the side? First of all, it has been said that this companion refers to the wife. Why? Because they're your companion by your side all the time and you live with them. For instance, in your car, you have your seat in the wife seat is next to yours. Right. So we'll start here, we will jump the companion by the side, meaning the companion by your side who's always by your side, who is that your spouse. So we'll start here we will Jim refers to the wife. Secondly, it has been said that a survival gem refers to a companion in a journey.

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If for example, you're traveling, you're traveling alone, maybe your mother or your sister or your friend is traveling with you. So they're not just your mother's sister, your friend, but they're also a saw had been jumped. So you should do your son more because they are also your companion.

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Not just because they're your friend, but also because their companion

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cemetery could be a stranger, you don't know them at all. You don't even look at them, to even see them. Don't even smile at them is that your son? No. of Sahabi will jump companion by the side, somebody with you on a journey as a friend or companion, meaning they're traveling along with you. Or by chance, you happen to be on the same plane, you happen to be in the same role.

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Similarly, you're driving and there's a person who happens to drive on the same road as yours. They're also companion by our side. So what's their son,

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give the right away. Their son is not that you started honking. And then you start yelling at them, even though they can hear you. Our son is that you give them the right of the way you treat them nicely. You give them some room, you give them some place to sit. So sometimes we're sitting in the waiting room, maybe outside the doctor's office or something. And we're sitting and they're like teachers next to us. And we don't want anybody sitting next to us. Some people do that. They don't want anybody to sit next to them. Why?

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Okay, if it's a case of a man, that's understood, but sometimes people don't want anybody to sit next to them because they say they smile or they're like this or they're like that. I don't want them touching me. And what do some people do? They'll put the

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bag on the chair next to them.

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Is that your son? No.

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Similarly, if somebody sitting next to you in the waiting room, and you're sitting in a way that you're taking one and a half chairs, is that your son?

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The person sitting next to you is getting squished.

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Or maybe you're reading something and you're yawning out loudly, or you start eating something and you drop some food on them. Is that your son? No. What is their son? What is it fun? If you open something share? Maybe you have a pack of gum. You're taking one yourself, you could ask them, there's no How much? That is what your son is. So Asahi, Belgium, who is it? First of all, the wife, secondly, companion in a journey. Thirdly, companion by your side, wherever you are, in a waiting room anyway.

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Fourthly, companion also in your work, like for example, a colleague, somebody who you work with a fellow student, somebody who you're sitting next to

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everybody, look at yourself, are you sitting as a person sitting next to you being harassed by you in some way?

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Maybe if you yawn, yawns are contagious, they start yawning.

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Or maybe you're moving too much. Maybe the way you're sitting is disturbing. And I'm also your side. Okay.

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So Asahi, Belgium, the zoo, your fellow worker, fellow student, somebody who works with you. So Asahi, Belgium also needs to be shown airside

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weapon is Sabine and also the traveler, as a traveler could be somebody who's actually traveling with you, you're traveling and they're also traveling. And the traveler could also be somebody who comes and visits you, or somebody who travels, you know, through your town or something while you're at home.

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In both cases, the traveler deserves their son.

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Because what happens with us we think, you know, I need help.

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Right? Especially if people are traveling together, what do they think

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I'm traveling also, I need help. Why should I have to help the other person? They should help me. But the upper hand is better than the lower hand. weapon is severe.

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And also our sound towards Oh, woman, I look at a mannequin and that was your right hands possess?

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Who does my medical a medical refer to?

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slaves? So we learned from a hadith which is recorded in Bukhari and Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Your servants and your slaves are your brothers. Anyone who has a slave should give them from what he eats? And where's he should not charge them with work beyond their capabilities. If you must set them to hard work, in any case, I advise you to help them.

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Okay, there are no slaves today. But maybe we hire someone to do some work. How do we treat them?

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Maybe sometimes they're overburdened with work.

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Sometimes we wish to under pay them.

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And for instance, if you call somebody to come and clean your house, and they're demanding a specific amount of money, we think it's too much. Look at the time they're spending, look at the effort they're putting in.

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Just because the work that they're doing is not as much value. This is why you're going to give them less money.

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And what are the profits are a lot of times if you must set them to hard work in any case, I advise you to help them, work with them.

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And we learned that during the illness that preceded the profit sort of autosomes that he continued advising the people are solid, a solid one, amen, amen.

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guard your prayer and also look after the rights of your slaves.

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The profits are a lot of them also said what you feed yourself is a third of what you feed your children is what you feed your wife is sort of and what you feed your servant is also Southern.

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So my mother got a man who commits who, first of all slaves.

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Secondly, it has been said that man man aka a man may also be applied to the animals because mammal meaning the living being that you own.

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So the living mean could be a human being. It could also be an animal that a person owns.

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So for instance, it applies to livestock.

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For example, a person has animals of livestock, cows, goats, sheep, they also deserve

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not that they're milked to the extent that they start bleeding.

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Not that they are treated in a way as if they're nonliving beings. Treat them in a way that is humane

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to the extent that even when you have to slaughter them, what's the instruction

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that don't even sharpen the knife in front of the animal and make sure that you use a sharp knife so that you can slaughter the animal quickly.

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Sound towards animals.

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Also, animals includes the pets that a person has their son towards them as well.

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Sometimes, people get that children get pets and starve them to death. They don't take care of them. When the poor animals they die. What do we learn about the woman who had a cat, who she had died, locked up in the house and the cat died out of hunger? What happened to her?

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She's one of those people who will end up in fire on the other hand, a woman who was a prostitute and she was kind towards a dog fed that dog water because the dog was extremely thirsty. Allah gave her sense.

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So my medical a medical meaning also assigned towards animals.

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In Allahu Allah you have woman can have that and for whom Allah Allah does not like the one who is self conceited. And he's also boastful.

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Martel is from the infectious. Hi lm

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from the word Hi, or Hi, Lula.

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The Euro is to imagine to suppose

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so if the ad is to just you know, imagine yourself in your mind all the time. Who is this person? Someone who is very impressed by himself,

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someone who is full of himself.

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It is also said that if that is arrogance, that is based on some greatness or superiority that a person thinks he has. But he doesn't actually have

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arrogance that a person has why, because of some superiority that he thinks he has, but he doesn't actually have. Like, for example, the person thinks that you know, they go to a wedding party, they think that they're looking the best start comparing she's waiting that doesn't get along with her shoes, and her jewelry is not great. Makeup soldering mine. Perfect.

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This is what if they are and it's possible that other people are thinking the same thing about you.

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So if the URL is superiority that a person thinks he has, but he doesn't actually have.

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And the word hail is also from the same route, what is like a horse, because the horse wanted walks, there is a particular struct or arrogance in the gate of the horse, the way that the horse walks, you know, with the neck held the pie, and especially if the horse has here, the main, you know, it goes from one side to the other. So, there is someone who is self conceited. One who thinks a lot about himself. So basically, it's the internal state.

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And for who is one who is boastful for wholesome lucafriz, fahara. And for half, confer ha, what does it mean?

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CLAY? But what kind of claim is it with which you make pottery like with which you make utensils or dishes of clay? What happens

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if you touch them? If you knock them, what happens? They make us out. There's an echo.

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So for who is someone who is always announcing himself, talking about himself,

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one who wants to make sure that his presence, and his existence is known and felt by the people around him.

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He wants to make sure that he's noticed. He wants to make sure that people look up to him. So what is he going to do?

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What is he going to do? Maybe he's going to speak loudly.

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Maybe he's going to do things to gain attention. Maybe he's going to start talking about himself. You say just one thing. Uh, you know, and the whole story begins. So for who is someone who is boastful? Someone who shows off, and for what is also used for someone who is proud about those things that are external meaning about those things over which a person doesn't have any control over?

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Like, for instance, a person's beauty. Did you choose your skin did you

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do if a person is very proud about their skin, or their color, or their height, or their features? And they're always talking about it, always mentioning it.

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They want it to be visible, they want it to be highlighted. And this is unfortunately what is stopped today what is promoted it that whatever features you have whatever things you have, highlight them, expose them, highlight them so that they're noticed that people notice you. People get attracted to you.

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So for who to someone who is arrogant about things that he hasn't acquired himself. He doesn't have any control over them.

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Similarly, wealth. Yes, a person has put in a lot of effort to make money. But there are other people as well Who put in much more effort but they don't make as much money. Sometimes children they

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Very boastful about the money that their parents have. What did they do to get that money?

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Some of them is the internal state, and for what is the external state?

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motel is someone who is full of himself, who thinks that he's very great, but he's not actually great.

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And for who, to someone who cannot keep that feeling within him. And what does he do?

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He starts showing off, he talks about himself. He shows up, he talks about what he's done about what he has.

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So Allah does not like the one who shows off to people who shows off to people.

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A lot is not like such a person.

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Why is this mentioned over here,

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at the beginning of the sign has mentioned do air sign to this and this Yoruba. And then at the end, Allah says, Allah does not like such people,

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sometimes of a person is very full of himself, is very arrogant, he shows off, he doesn't do Excel,

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which is exactly what has been mentioned over here, that they are those people who are letting a balloon, those people who are stingy, who are most alpha, who they think they have a lot, but they don't actually have a lot. The thing, they're very great, but they're not actually very great.

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And they show off to people. So there are those who are stingy. They do borrow meaning they don't spend on others, and were more or less available. And they also order people to do before. Why?

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So that their bond is concealed. Right? Because if you just do it yourself, if there's an opportunity to spend somewhere, and you don't spend there, and somebody else's spending, what is that going to show? What is that going to highlight the fact that you're not spending?

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So they tell others to do bucola as well so that their role is concealed?

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And how do they stop others from spending? How do they command boho? How do they order?

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By telling people by saying that don't spend your money? Because I fear that you're going to sell from poverty? Or that you're going to have less? Don't spend in the way of a lot don't do air sign with your mind? Because you don't know what might happen. Like, for instance, air sign with neighbor, what does it mean?

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That you also send some food to them or something monetary to them.

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Now, a person who's moved in for hold the one who does both, and he also tells other people to do go home, for instance, the woman wants to send some food item to the neighbor, what does the husband say? Don't? What would I have for lunch tomorrow? Well, you have so much food in your refrigerator. Is this really something that you're going to have? Probably not. So they're stingy within themselves. And they also come in others to be stingy,

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work to move them at home alone in public. And they also hide that which Allah Subhana Allah has given them, meaning whatever knowledge or whatever wealth or abilities, whatever skills resources, Allah has given them, what do they do? They hide them. Why?

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Because if they're exposed, what's going to happen?

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They are going to be expected to give it

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back for example, if you tell someone you have a skill, you're very good at computers. It's possible that an auntie she asks you to fix something on her computer. Correct? This undefined is out there undefined, another undefined term. You don't want to do that. So you don't tell anybody that you can do such and such.

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This is what Yak to moon and Tahoe will love when

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a person is hiding that which Allah has given him. It could be money, it could be a skill, it could be an ability, it could be a resource. It could be time. It could be time.

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You have time. If you tell somebody I have time, they might ask you for help. You don't want to help them. You don't want to do accent. So what are you going to do? I did not tell anybody that you're free.

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Similarly, it could be some links with other people. So you have to move them along when probably

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we learned that in the law either. unarmoured near meten. Allah arbutin have been yelled at alohar Lee, when Allah grants a servant a favor, Allah likes that its effect appears on him.

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So if Allah has given you a blessing, its effect should be visible on you. You should use that blessing. You should help other people with that messing

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with our internet in cafe de nada mahina and we have prepared for the disbelievers a humiliating punishment. Who is a capital literally, one who hides cafaro cover. So who are the caffeine? Those who hide the blessings that Allah Subhana Allah has given them

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and if you think of it in the previous sandwich, relatives or sign towards for needy,

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Neighbors has been mentioned. Correct. And all of us have been given many blessings by our laws.

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But what is the most precious lesson that Allah has given you? The most valuable lesson

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yet to move no matter how long and probably Allah has given you the plan. Allah has given you the name of Islam.

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And your neighbors don't even know that you're a Muslim. Your neighbors know nothing about Islam. Is that fair? You're coming here every single day to learn the Quran. And they have no idea about what the Quran says about the word of Allah. No idea yet to Muna, Atacama long. And finally,

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we had the building bridges event recently. And that was an opportunity to tell other people about Islam. How many of us gave these flyers to our neighbors, to our coworkers, to our friends? How many

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This is kids man, this is also hiding the blessing that Allah has given and this is part of ball.

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And sometimes if a friend is trying to give a flyer What do we say? Don't give it don't harass people, if they want to come they'll come. No. encourage other people to give.

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And yes, you can give money you can give food you can give many things but the best thing that you can offer another is knowledge in Islam.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Why are you there? In other words, luminol

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what disease is more serious? And stinginess?

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Meaning stinginess ball is a worst disease that a person could have

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a commercial beware of being stingy. Why? Because for anyone who can and cannot overcome, for it, destroy those people before you, as it encouraged them to cut their relations? And they did. And it encouraged them to commit sin, and they did.

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So alladhina Johar Luna, what do we learn that Boko is what stops us from doing?

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When we're self centered? Who is more self centered person? Who is for who shows off? Why? Because he wants to highlight himself only he doesn't care about other people.

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And what is the attitude that a lot of parents either wants from us?

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Not that we're self centered, but that we care about other people? And especially when it comes to the matter of rights, especially, you know, sometimes as women, what do we want? My right, my right, my right, my share? What should we be concerned about? the rights of others, the rights of others, as well, just as you will fight for your rights, you should also fight for other people's right.

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We listen to the recitation of

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Misaki will

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be Wabi Sabi

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So there are two characters.

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One is a person who is very selfish, only concerned about himself, his money, his pleasure, his enjoyment, his comfort, his rights. And the other is a person who is generous. Who cares about other people.

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For example, you have time now when is that you use that time to relax, to enjoy yourself to watch something on the TV, I have a cup of tea. And the other is that you tell somebody that you have time and you can help them. And that means that your time is going to go helping them. Right. One attitude is of being selfish. And the other is of being generous. helping other people. Doing your son and other people means that you have to cut down on some of your rights. You have to cut down on something that you deserve.

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Something that you have a full right over. It's your time. Correct. You get to enjoy it. But what is the attitude that Allah wants from us, that we should be concerned only about ourselves? No, be concerned for other people as well.

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And we must remember that especially in the context of the surah where the rights are mentioned.

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Don't just

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be concerned about your rights. Also be concerned about your duties about your obligations. Both are necessary.

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We listen to the recitation of

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An-Nisa 36-50 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 36-37

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