Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 05 – L058L

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An-Nisa 36-50 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 49-50

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For our last panel data says, under either lead in a user cooler and foster home, Have you not seen those people who purify themselves who claim themselves to be very pure?

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Again, the IO begins with lm Tara, and what is the purpose of that? to provoke amazement. So Haven't you seen those people who use a corner and for some

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don't is a corner is from fescue, the calf while we're here,

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and what this was came in,

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to purify.

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You might wonder if purification is something good. We always wonder about purification of the soul. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was said to purify. So purification is actually something good. But over here, and under Illallah de Kooning, they're doing this to themselves, they're purifying themselves. Isn't that something good. So, why is being mentioned in negative sense?

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Because this case is of two types. The first type of first clear is this here, through fail through action.

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And what is the mean by that?

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that a person purifies his actions in the sense that you get rid of the bad and you inculcate the good? So when a person does take care of his actions, he is getting rid of bad habits, and he is developing good habits. Now. This is something that is praiseworthy.

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We learn the F Lucha mantras, aka

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the one note to find himself after he has succeeded. He is successful.

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So this is something that is praiseworthy.

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The second type of skill is the skill to own

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and what does it mean?

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that a person is always claiming or mentioning his purity? How through his words, I'm so good. I'm so nice. I always pray I never miss my solder. I braid the hair Dude, I fast every other day. This is what does

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own. But if you do the same actions, by for example, if a person says I fast every other day, if he says it, this is something not good. But if he does it, it is something good.

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So you see this case of two types through and through fair.

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Now over here, I am gonna Elan Medina use akuna. And for some This is true, all

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that they claim themselves to be pure. What does it mean by that?

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That, for example, a person never admits his mistake.

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I can never be wrong. I'm always right.

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This is claiming that you are very pure.

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Or, for example, if another has a misunderstanding about you, or they see something wrong about you, and you keep telling them oh, you know, I did this because this and this reason I don't actually do that always. I mean, it was only a mistake. It's only an occasional thing. And a person keeps purifying himself through his words, through his statements explaining his innocence. You understand?

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Sometimes we give a list of excuses. So this is one picture, claiming yourself to be very pure. Similarly, use a colon for some includes that a person is mentioning his good deeds in front of others, mentioning his good qualities before others are claiming that he's forgiven, that he never commits any things that are that he will go to agenda.

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And this was the habit of who the bunny is for you. The alligator pow, they would say National Urban Allah.

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So at that we are the children of a law and the Beloved of Allah.

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So this is what mentioning your purity.

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Similarly, they would say, layer the whole agenda in them and kind of Odin owners or non calendar agenda except for the one who is either a Jew or a Christian. So I 111.

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So unless you use akuna, and for some that they claim themselves to be pure. This was the habit of the money, Israel. They claim themselves to be very pure, that no matter what we do, we're going to go to agenda and there is something that we also say a lot that no matter what we do, we're going to go to China. If you link this with the previous ayah we are Pharaoh, Medina, Delica, Lima, Yeshua, what do we say? We're Muslims, we are going to be forgiven. What does Allah say Allah, Allah, Allah Medina use akuna and Busan? Have you seen these people who purify themselves? But Allah who use a key Manisha, rather, it is Allahu purifies whoever he wills. Allah is the one who purifies whom He

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wills, which is like the prophets that allowed us to pray to a loss of penalty for this year. What do we learn the prophets are allowed us to pray Allahumma

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NFC tag was the key here and the Hiraman that

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that a person should ask Allah subhanaw taala for purity.

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Because remember that you can do a lot to get rid of bad habits to inculcate good habits. You can try a lot. But at the end of the day who's helped you need a muscle.

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So Ben allow us a key Manisha is a lover purifies whom He wills. In this matter, the decision is only with the loss of penalty when I use an ammonia for Tila and they will not be wronged in the least, even though fine thread the wick of the dead stone.

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Meaning, what's the way? If you've done something good, then Allah subhanaw taala will reward you? Why do you have to go publicize your good deeds?

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And if a mistake did happen, then why do you need to justify yourself so much? Whatever you've done, you will be given the recompense for it and you will not be wronged even a little bit, even the amount of the threat of the date stone.

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There are 13 is a little countries fair Thailand. And 14 literally is a rope that is twisted and braided together.

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rope that is twisted and braided.

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And the word patina is also used for the thread that is on the long slit of the date stone.

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If you've ever reflected on the date stone, you will see that there is a slit on the side, lengthwise.

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So along that slit, is a fine thread. Many of you have never even noticed

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there is a membrane that covers the dead stone. And besides that as well, there is a fine thread, there's a wick that goes across that goes along with the line on the date stone.

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Today, all of you make sure you have a date and open it carefully. So that you can observe the week.

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Now, 14 literally is that thread the weak. But this is an example for something that is very tiny, very insignificant,

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something that cannot even be noticed a tiny bit. So allow you lamonica data, what does it mean that Allah does not do injustice, even a little bit, even this much to everybody person will be rewarded accordingly, according to what he has done.

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So if you've done something good, why are you publicizing? Why? You want to work from people expect reward from Allah, Allah is the one who rewards he does not even do injustice a little bit, even the amount of threat on the data.

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So we see that one question is He who looks at his faults, and he realizes the greatness of a loss of panel data. And because of that his good deeds seem very insignificant. And he doesn't care about his image before people. And on the other hand, there is a person who looks and admires his good deeds, even if they're very insignificant, even if they're very few. And he looks at the greatness of people. He's an all of people not in all of Allah.

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And because he is an army of people. This is why he wants his good deeds to be seen by people. He wants people to appreciate him for the good that he has done. And if there's even a little bit of wrong, he wants to establish his purity. He wants to establish his correctness, that nobody should think wrong of me to opposite characters. One, his sight is on the horizon. His goal is the ACA and the other His goal is himself his image in this dunya.

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So what do we learn from this is that first of all of last panel data purifies whoever he wills, Allah subhanaw taala is the one who increases the ranks of people. How by their purification, the more purified a person is, the higher the rank is of that person.

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We also know that if you want a skill, whether it is in Oman, or it is in your image before people who should you ask Allah because Allah is the one who use a key Manisha. And the prophets are allowed to sue them also pray to Las panatela for rescue.

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We also learned that a person should stay away from all those actions are all those statements, which are to show his righteousness before people, all actions and all statements which are done for the purpose of showing his righteousness.

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Now sometimes it says through the titles and the names that we give ourselves. Now everybody's name I mean, you don't have a choice with regards to your name, except for some people who either get to change their names or when they become Muslim. They wish to change the majority of people they don't have a choice with regard to their name.

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But sometimes when it comes to giving ourselves a name on the internet, then we should give ourselves such names which don't show a lot of righteousness. Because when you're saying that you're very righteous, this is like you're praising yourself and this is something that is not acceptable.

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We'll learn that Xena probably learn who was the daughter of Abu Salah, Abu Salah, who was his wife, whom Salah so in Abu Salah died, she married Who? The Prophet sallallahu wasallam Susanna was there a beaver? Remember by a Pico

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so she was the rebel the profits out of Addis Ababa.

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So when the Prophet sallallahu ala Mater, he asked her What's her name? And she said, Bala, her name was Baba.

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And what is Baba mean? It's from this mean one who is very righteous. The prophets are

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given. Don't hold yourself to be pure, to be pious, it is a law alone who knows the people have it among you.

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So the people asked, and what should we name her. So he said, name her Xena.

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So the profits are about a sudden changed her name from Barbara to Xena.

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So sometimes it is by the names and the titles that we give ourselves. Like, for instance, some people, they want to become a doctor only so that they can put a dr.in front of their name. And if they're not a medical doctor, they want a doctorate degree, just so that they can put a doctor in front of their knee.

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Similarly, some people, they go study the dean why, just so that they can put a shave in front of their name. And even if they've studied only a little bit, even if they are still students of knowledge, they'd like to be called shave.

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Really, this is something that comes in during thirsty of yourself in code.

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Sometimes we see that when we have learned something when we have learned the knowledge of the deen, then automatically we think ourselves to be so righteous, isn't it?

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Now I wear the hijab, and I know the meaning or sort of the Fatiha.

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I know the meaning of sort of Bukhara I am a student of the Quran.

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I know how to play this color properly. I studied this and I studied that I know about these many Sahaba I know about their names. I'm studying Arabic grammar, this person.

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This is our reaction.

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And this is quite visible when we interact with other people. That when we are talking with them, we use such words we say such things which are going over their heads, they have no idea about what you're talking

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about. Similarly, when we see somebody doing something wrong, we look down upon them,

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isn't it upon learning something? What do we think that we're so righteous? We're so good. And we start looking down on other people that they don't know anything. And it shows in the manner that we approach them? That for example, the person comes to the masjid. And if they're not dressed properly, or if they're not doing something property, find is that to approach them properly in a kind manner. And the other is that Oh, you're not supposed to do this? Didn't you know that?

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So it depends on how we approach them. So I'll enter in a live in a user cooler and foster home. That Have you not seen those people who claim themselves to be pure. Sometimes there is the presumption of the person in his heart that I am very righteous, I am very bias and this feeling this assumption, it leads to arrogance. It leads to arrogance. This is why this is something that is blameworthy Allah subhanaw taala does not like that.

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We learn that we would rather learn who inherited, that I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam say, there were two men among Israel, who were striving for the same goal. One of them would commit sin, and the other would strive to do his best. The man who exerted himself and worship continue to see the other incident. So one person is very pious, and the other person is sinful.

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So he would say, refrain from the same. One day he found him insane. And he said to him, refrain from it. The other person who was sinful, he said to the Righteous One, leave me alone with my Lord, have you been sent as a watchman over me? So the righteous person, what did he say? I swear by Allah, Allah will never forgive you. nor will he admit you to paradise. What made him say that? It was his arrogance that I am better than him. Because I know more. And I'm doing much more and this person because he's doing sin, He has sinned. So therefore, he is the lowest of the low he's never going to go to gender he's going to go to hellfire. So this claiming yourself to be very pure, it

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leads to what? Thinking yourself to be very pure. It leads to arrogance. No

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Looking down on other people, what happened then? Then their souls were taken back by a loss of power, meaning both these people died. And they met together with the Lord of the worlds. A lot of hands, Allah said to this man who had striven hard in worship, had you knowledge about me, or had you power over that which I had in my hand. He said to the man who said, Go and enter Paradise by my mercy. The person who was sinful is sent to where gentleman by the mercy of Allah, and he said about the other, being the person who was very righteous, but he was very arrogant, take him to hell

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of a road, and it was said, by him in whose hand my soul is, he spoke a word by which this world and the next world of his word destroyed,

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he said something which destroyed his dunya. And

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why would you say that? Why? Because of the arrogance, where did you get that arrogance from? Thinking himself to be very righteous? Why did he think that he was very righteous because he was doing good deeds, and the other person was not doing good deeds, the other person was being sinful.

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So sometimes when we learn the deen sometimes when we start practicing the deed, we start looking down on other people and we think that we're very biased, we're very hardy, we're very righteous, and we have this pride.

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And this pride is something that almost like

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owns or look

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at Allah hilker they, how they invent about Allah untruth work flb is Momo Bina and sufficient is that as a manifesting?

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avasarala says own don't look, look at this. How they were fabricating lies about Allah subhanaw taala. What lies that we are very righteous, we are very pure. Because we do this we're definitely going to gender and because the other people, they're not of our group that has why they're definitely going to hellfire.

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What did the Bani Israel say? That layer the whole agenda in La Mancha. houden. Owner surah Allah says this is a lie. Look at them, how they fabricate lies about Allah work fobt Islamophobia and this deed of theirs which deed lying against a loss panatela this is sufficient to declare Islamophobia to show that what they have done is a theocracy.

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This statement of there's this line of this shows that this is a snowmobiler these lies and fabrications of theirs are sufficient to show them as sinful people that they are far from being pure. They are far from being righteous.

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They think themselves to be very righteous. But when they say these statements, where does it show

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that they're far from being righteous? Because true righteousness isn't humility,

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true righteousness, turns into humility.

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And if righteousness makes a person proud, then that is not righteousness. That is something else woke up, I believe, is my movie now.

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So what do we learn from these two is

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warning against thinking yourself to be very pure,

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claiming yourself to be very pure, mentioning your purity, talking about your purity, looking down on other people, just because you think that you're very righteous.

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You also learn from this I about the seriousness of lying against Allah, that if a person says that I am very pure, and because of that, I'm definitely going to gender This is what

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Allah called it allow against Java.

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And similarly, if a person has because this person is sinful, he's definitely going to have fire. What is this lying about Allah? Who are you to say that?

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When the person said, from the Bani Israel that By Allah, you will never go to gender? You will go to Hellfire, Allah will never forgive you. For the last panel fallacy that did you have power over what I had to decide? Are you the Lord of the worlds? No. So if a person says these things, he's actually lying about almost, I mean, who are you to impose your decision on a loss of time, allow you to say that this is the verdict of Allah subhanaw taala concerning this person, you're no one to say that.

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And many times when we see somebody doing something wrong, we pass verdicts very easily. And we have to be very, very careful as students of knowledge as those people who are learning the Quran

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and we also learn that a person who lies about Allah, his sinfulness is evident. There is no doubt about his sinfulness. A person who makes statements and he says Allah subhanaw taala has said that

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we learn from the Hadith that a person may perform the deeds a righteous person, and he may end up in hellfire.

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And on the other hand, the person may perform deeds of the people of Hellfire, but he may end up in general because we don't know how people will change. Today they appear to be something

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Tomorrow, they may be different. Who are we to say you're going to hell, you're going to gender. We can't say that.

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And we have to be very careful. Because sometimes, you know, we see some people very righteous, and we say, generally, you know, this person is going to gender. This is not appropriate.

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If you look at it, arrogance is also a major sin. When we see somebody else doing a major sin, we say they're going to hell. And we forget about what's in our hearts.

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If you think of it, the sin is the same, it's major, they're doing a major sin, you're doing a major sin.

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You know, sometimes we just set our standards, if a person has a beard, that is this long, and a person wears a niqab that has to be black. And if a person is doing this, this, this, only, then they are righteous. And if they don't meet our standards, then they're not righteous. And then we think that we have the right to say whatever we want about them. But we forget that at the same time, we're also backbiting and we're also lying, and we're also doing things that are inappropriate.

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So again, what we need to do is look at ourselves,

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the moment that a person thinks that he's very pure, he stops purifying himself, the moment he thinks that he is very pure, then he stops working for his real purification.

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It's like, if you have a room and you think that everything is fine, everything is clean. Are you gonna think about cleaning it? No.

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Like, for example, children in the same room, they don't see the mess, the mother walks in, and she's 20 things that are out of place, and she will fix them, Why? It's the difference of the vision, how you look at it.

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Now, if somebody is asking you about what you've done, or what you've learned, or what you do, then can you mention your good qualities? It depends on the near.

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If you're turning them for the purpose of published, just to inform them, it is okay. And if it's for the purpose of showing off, then that is not appropriate.

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Similarly, sometimes when we have learned about something, and we see somebody else doing something against it, what is our responsibility? To tell them? to stop them? That is our responsibility. Now person should not think from this ayah that no, I will think very proud of myself, and then I'm looking down at them. Therefore, I should not tell them no, you have to tell them. But it depends on how you approach them.

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It depends on how you approach them. But if for example, there is a person who's doing something wrong, they don't know a word of Arabic. And because you just did the lesson and you remember that part of the if you say it in Arabic,

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why? Are they going to understand? No? What are they going to see? Wow, you know? So what's the purpose then? Is it to establish your superiority? Or to tell them? If the answer, tell them then tell them in a way that is appropriate.

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In a resume, if you put what you've done your qualifications, then it's for the purpose of Hubbard.

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But you know how sometimes you have to write about yourself as well. You can be a little humble in that in the style that you write about yourself. Because minor shake is that you're doing something to gain the praise of people.

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By For example, when it comes time to pray, generally you would pray whenever you want. But just because there are other people Oh my god, it's time to pray Let me pray first. So in this what is the person doing is showing off he's trying to gain the praise of other people that look I'm so righteous.

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Similarly, person gives other person gives some charity to gain the praise of people. That is my ownership.

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Sometimes you see that something happens, in which maybe people see something that's not really in you, for example, a mistake or a bad thing. And what do we try to we try to justify ourselves? We give one explanation we give another explanation to give another explanation. What has also been a lie, we use a key Manisha, it's possible that you do some support at that time, you remain quiet at that time. And eventually Allah subhanaw taala will reveal your truthfulness will reveal your honesty will reveal your dedication and so on and so forth. Whatever the you're trying to justify. So it's possible you're trying to justify something if you have some subject come down a little bit,

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leave it to Allah,

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Allah will take care of your image.

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Similarly, with the Nia that sometimes when you're telling somebody about something from the Quran, or from the sooner and if you mentioned the ayah in Arabic, even if the other person does not understand the Arabic, if you're near is to show it to them that really this is part of the Quran. This is actually the words of the prophets or about Islam. This is not my own words, then that helps the other person have your pain. So that is your nia. But if your idea is to show that no, you mean I've learned so much better than you then that Nia is corrupt. Okay, so it depends on the year.

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We listen to the recitation of these

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levena

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long

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waka

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Mina de una

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una

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una Samia.

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The

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call.

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Paulina

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boom Come on

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enough rula

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Lima

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