Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 06 – L071C

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "has nothing to do with" in a context, with the phrase only applicable to those with a certain code and the person who is trying to kill someone. They stress the importance of showing confidence and avoiding fear of loss of data. The speakers also emphasize the need for practice and a "gear of force" approach to advising people and avoiding negative behavior. The importance of adoption of a gentle approach to life is emphasized, along with the use of indirect and direct approaches to advising people and avoiding the danger of loss of job. The speakers also emphasize the importance of avoiding certain behavior and dealing with problems in order to achieve success.
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He said let him Masako Ilya your data.

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If you should raise your hand against me, Lita catalana, so that you kill me who said this,

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the one whose sacrifice was accepted, meaning Hubby, he said to corbeil that, first of all, Allah only accept from those people who have Taqwa. Now, we're not showing off. Remember,

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when he said that Allah only accept from the Motoki is not showing off.

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Back to the previous ayah. He's not showing off that, oh, I was very bias, I had the one you didn't have the code. That's why your lead didn't get accepted. No, he's indirectly teaching him. He's indirectly teaching you

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that maybe, maybe what you did, or how you did was incorrect. And this is why it got rejected.

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He's not saying I am with the or you're not and with that,

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he's teaching him indirectly. And then he says, If you should raise your hand against me to kill me, that I am not going to raise my hand against you to kill you. But support Israel veterans best seen for best offer is to spread to extend.

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So you extend your hand towards Me, meaning to kill me.

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Lita? toolani

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Marina, I am not Vaseline at all one who is going to extend ye dia my hand ilica towards you lead up to luck so that I can you

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if you try to kill me, I'm not even going to try to kill you.

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You intend to kill me? I'm not even intending to kill you.

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In Need a half Allaha? Why am I not even going to try to kill you? Because I fear Allah, Who is Allah, Allah mean? Who is the rub of the worlds?

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So we see over here that have you. He said, that if you try to kill me, I'm not even going to try to kill you.

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Typically, what happens if one person is trying to kill the other, now the other who is going to defend himself, he is also going to try to kill.

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Because if he doesn't kill the other person, what's going to happen?

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He's not going to leave until he kills him.

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So defense means you're going to try to kill the other person.

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Unless if you can manage to run away or escape or hide somewhere or call someone that's different. But typically, if there's only two people,

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and one is trying to kill the other, and the other if he wishes to defend himself, he has to try to kill the other person.

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So he says over here that I'm not even going to try to kill you. It doesn't mean I'm not going to defend myself. But what it means is, I don't even intend to kill you. I'm not even going to try to kill you.

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Now, is there a problem in having the Nia of killing someone,

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even if the person is not successful?

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Having the Nia the intention to kill someone?

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Even if a person doesn't make the attempt, or is not successful at killing the other?

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This is as serious as getting the other person

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do you understand? Like for instance, sometimes people get so angry, so angry, so furious with others, that they will literally take up a knife or hold a weapon or something like that. And what does that represent?

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That I'm ready to kill you?

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Or sometimes out of fun or out of jokingly or behind their back? They will destroy us if they're stabbing them. Even this is what

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the intention to kill someone.

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And this is extremely dangerous, because the prophets are alone as Adam said, when do Muslims fight each other with their swords? Both the author and the mock tool will go to the hellfire.

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So people asked almost messenger it is all right for the cattle. But what about them have to mean what is his fault he got killed, he didn't end up killing the other person.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, in who can hurry Aslan, Allah katusa heavy he he surely had the intention to kill his brother. So because of the intention to kill the other.

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It is as though he committed the crime of killing the other. This is how important Nia is in

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that don't even make the intention of killing someone.

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Don't even make the intention. So over here, we see that have you He is saying that I don't even make the intention to kill you. You try to kill me. I'm not even going to

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Try to kill you, I don't even have the intention to kill you.

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So if a person is in such a situation where the other is trying to kill him, he must try to defend himself.

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And in defending himself, what is he going to do? He's going to try to adopt other means to defend himself like running away or hiding somewhere or calling someone for help.

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But if he thinks that my defense means that I'm going to kill him, my defense means that I'm going to kill him, then that is incorrect.

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Because over here, he says, I'm not even going to try to kill you, even in my defense.

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And if a person dies, while defending himself, then he is Shaheed

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and he's Shaheed but if a person dies intending to kill the other,

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if a person dies, intending to kill the other than where will you be

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in the north according to Hades.

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Secondly, we also see from this ayah that killing someone is a major sin.

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And we have learned earlier in sort of the Nyssa einem, a 93, Romania Potomac, Minamata. ammidon, for desert Ooh, Johanna Mulholland and fear will help you will love her and he will not now I know who what are the who are the seven.

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And this is the reason why the person who fears Allah would never even think about committing such a crime.

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He doesn't even dream about it. He doesn't even intend about it. He doesn't even wish to do it. What?

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killing someone No matter how much you hate them, no matter how much you dislike them.

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Because sometimes in our words and our statements, we say such statements that, you know, I wish they would die, I wish I could just kill them.

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There are very few who actually kill, but there are many who make the intention, who have the Nia, we have to be careful about the state of our heart Even

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that no matter how much you hate them, no matter how much they're trying to hurt you. Imagine Cabela's trying to kill habit and what does he say I don't even have the Nia to kill you. Because having the Nia even is something extremely dangerous.

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We also see that if a person has the opportunity to do something wrong, then obviously he should stay away from committing it. But at the same time, he should also make known to the other person that I am staying away from this, because this is how I'm staying away from this because it is unlawful.

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Because we see over here he says that I am not going to even try to kill you because in me a half a lot of anatomy. It's not that I am weak.

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It's not that I'm incapable. It's not that I'm scared. But it's because this action is unlawful. It's because I fear my Lord. And my lord doesn't want me to do this. Just like a person who is fasting.

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If the other person abuses him, he says harsh words to him. What is he supposed to say?

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In needs? I am in need? Sorry?

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I am fasting.

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Why? To show that I am staying away from this wrong action not because I'm weak. But because I'm not allowed to do this.

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Not because I am weak but because I am not allowed to do this.

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Sometimes, we present ourselves as so humble and weak, that we don't have the courage to do anything and we say I am humbled before Allah. Yes, you should have humidity before last panel. Definitely. But before people doesn't mean you have to show off, but it means that you have to have some confidence.

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So you can't show that you're weak. You can't represent yourself as someone who is very weak. Because then people think that Oh, because he's a believer, because he bears a lot. That's why he's so weak. He doesn't have the courage. You say I fear of law. This is something that is how long

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because if you show weakness, then it's going to show the deem to be weak.

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And if you show strength by saying that I fear Allah, then it's going to show that it's your religion that is so strong,

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that it will make you humble at this moment.

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We also learn from this ayah that it is actually the fear of Allah subhanaw taala that stops the person from committing something haram

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because he says in a half an hour but it mean he had the capability and the ability to kill him. He had he was probably stronger,

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if not stronger, maybe of equal strength.

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But what is it that stopped him from doing heroin?

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It was the fear of of law. So we see that for the acceptance of D IDs what is required the core and to shield yourself from sin again what is required

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the core fear of them

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So fear of a loss of data is the force that motivates you. And it's the force that restrains you.

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It encourages you. And it also controls you

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immediately do indeed I intend meaning I want, who is saying this?

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have been?

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his speeches continued, that indeed I want. Under Booyah that you should return the SP with my sin. What is Mika and you're saying?

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The words from the room peppers, bow well, Hamza, but it will be a lot of fun. But what does it mean, to return to incur the burden to bear something?

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So I intend, by not even trying to kill you that you should return meaning you should end up with my sin and your sin?

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What does it mean by this with my son,

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meaning with the sin of my cotton,

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with the sin of mine cotton, that when I'm not even going to try to kill you, and you will be successful in killing me what's going to happen, you're going to incur the sin of killing me. And secondly, you're going to have a speaker the burden of your sin, Whitson

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the sense that you have committed earlier thus far.

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But akuna, consequently, you will be mean of having now from the companions of the Fire with Erica does that mean and that is a recompense of those people who do vote.

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Now, if you look at the statement, it seems very harsh, that he wants his brother to end up in hellfire.

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No, this is that he is telling him, he is advising him directly. Now.

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Previously, he advised him indirectly. So we see that there are different ways, there are different levels of advising someone.

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First of all, we see that he used the indirect approach, where he said that Allah only accepts to accept from who from the Moodle clean, hinting that you should also fear Allah.

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Or he said that I am not even going to try to kill you.

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Why? Because I fear Allah, hinting that you should also fear Allah and not even tried to kill me.

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And then when he didn't stop, he used the direct approach. And what is that, that if you kill me, you will end up in Hellfire,

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you will end up with the sin of killing me. And you will end up with your sins as well, the sins that you've committed. So we see that initially, you should try to advise someone indirectly.

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Because if you're advising someone directly all the time, then what happens they become secondary interview, they don't listen to you anymore.

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Like for example, you want to advise your child or your brother or sister that they should recycle on in the morning, every day, at least once they should recite the Quran.

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So you could mention that, you know, until I finally managed to fix a time for myself, when I'm going to recite Quran every day.

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Do you give your own example? Not to show off, but you're telling them indirectly?

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Why? Because if you tell them directly, that you should read Quran every day, if you can read these many articles every day, why can't you read the Quran? What's going to happen? They're not going to listen to you.

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But if you tell them indirectly, they're going to listen to you. They're going to get it.

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But if still, they don't get it, then what are you going to do? You're going to tell them directly, you're going to tell them more forcefully, when obviously, you're going to use the Force and directness that is appropriate.

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So, first of all, we see that there are different ways of advising people, different ways of telling them

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and a person should adopt that way, which is appropriate.

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And sometimes it means that you are very gentle initially. And then you become forceful.

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Doesn't mean you become rude. You become forceful.

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Like, for instance, with your children, if you want to discipline them the first two three times you tell them and the third time the fourth time, what do you say?

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They're going to be consequences. You become forceful. you increase the intensity.

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If at the first time you shout at them, what's going to happen?

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They're not going to listen to you, they're going to lose respect for you. If you yell at them, they're going to yell back at you. But if you don't yell all the time,

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and you only talk to them in a gentle manner. And once if you use harsh words against them, they're going to become terrified. Like oh my god, this

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Something serious, which is why we see that parents who beat their children up or who yell at them at every little thing. Their children become very stubborn.

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And those parents who are gentle towards their children, their children, they are more obedient. And this begins from a very early age. It begins from a very early age.

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So we said that there are different ways that must be adopted in warning people, the intensity may be increased or decreased, depending on what is required.

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We also learned from this idea that auto can killing someone is a cause of the whole film now.

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Entry into Hellfire because he says that further Konami is happy now with Anika does that mean?

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We all see the author is zone, it is injustice,

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that you don't have the right to take somebody else's life. Who are you? We don't have the authority. So this is injustice against Allah as well as people, it is only a loss of parameters right to take, or give life.

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And if we take this in our hands we are committing.

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Similarly, if one against the other person, Allah has given him this blessing of life, who are you to take it away from them? Who are you to deprive them of this blessing?

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So cotton is, well, it's a sin. It's a major sin. It's injustice, against people, as well as against a loss of penetrative football. arkla, who saw his soul permitted him the word from the roots, I just thought, well, I thought, what does that mean?

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It are to obey obedience. And basically, that we're the word that you see over here on why there's a shutdown, the one that we're is to allow to permit to make something feasible.

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And when you allow someone to do something, then what they're doing is an act of obedience. And if you don't allow them what they're doing is an act of disobedience. So that we are is to allow obedience, meaning to render an action obedient, to permit to make lawful to make legal to make it easy, so fo r Atilla who is allowed for him, it permitted for him for who, for hobby natsuko his sole, meaning his soul allowed him it permitted him to do what Butler he to kill his brother

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for Katana, who, and then he killed him, for us by hermina ha sitting and then he became of those who are losers. So what else about her is from sub literally means to enter the morning, but then it is used for to become

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to be in a different state. So for us by having a high seen he became of those who are losers.

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So what can we see over here? What can we learn from this is that basically when a person intends to do something, initially there is an internal struggle.

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Because a lot of panel data has for allama have for Judah.

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Allah has inspired the core fear of Allah, as well as produce, meaning the desire to sin, enough for the person in the heart of the person. The person is naturally inclined to obeying Allah and naturally inclined to disobeying as well.

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He has both the abilities he has both inclinations. So when a person makes the intention to do something, for dude calls him into for calls. There's a struggle between for Jude and taqwa.

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For example, if it's an act of obedience, for you, takes over sometimes, and convinces a person don't do this, or sometimes the club overcomes a person says, make sure you do this.

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And if a person has to do something wrong, if you make some tension, do something wrong, there is an internal struggle.

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You're like I shouldn't do it. You know, don't you have this voice in the heart that tells you don't do it or do it, you have this conversation going on in your head.

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So whenever a person intends to do something, there is always a struggle inside. There is always an internal struggle between the good side of the person and the bad side of the person. And whichever one is stronger, it wins. And a person does that action. But a person has made that decision because sometimes we blame the shape and sometimes we blame the nuts.

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But at the end of the day, we have made the decision to do it, tip and enforce us. The knifes also we allow the knifes or rather, we choose what the neffs wants.

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So we see that whenever a person intends to do something, there's always a struggle and whichever one is stronger, whichever force is stronger, that wins.

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We also

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I'm from this ayah, about warning against the knifes that commands to do evil.

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You see the knifes is, you can say the greatest enemy of a person, when a person is blinded by his desires, that he commits the greatest of things.

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He can even kill his own blood relatives,

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his own flesh and blood, his own brother. Why? Because he's blinded by the desires which is why the prophets of Allah said them. He prayed along the in the air with the becoming sharing of see, every morning every evening.

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That seeking protection of a law against the evil of the use of a Santa introduced by 53. You said, Well, my ovary infc, enough Salah amera to be sued, and I do not acquit myself. Indeed, the soul is a persistent enjoin of evil.

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The soul constantly enjoys evil.

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When the brothers have use of our listener, they threw him in the well. It was their soul that enticed them to do it.

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We learned so much use of it, that they are Kubernetes. And I'm sad to them, but so well at lucam and fullscreen on Raw, rather, your souls have enticed you to do this.

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So, we see over here that there's warning against the knifes that is a Mel B suit that commands a person to do evil.

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That when you can hear yourself telling you to do that which is wrong, telling you to disobey Allah, Allah subhanaw taala is warning us against it. Don't listen to that voice. Don't listen to yourself. suppress yourself at that time, don't listen at all.

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And you see the top most desire, the strongest desire you can say is last.

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In a way, especially for men.

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This is why women are a great fitness for men. And we see overhead this problem also began from what the love of a woman.

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So when a person is blinded by his desires, and he doesn't care if he's severing his ties with his parents, if he's upsetting his uncle and his parents and who else he doesn't care, because he's blinded by the love of a woman.

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He or she is blinded by the love of a man. He doesn't care, she doesn't care. So there's warning against following the naps, that encourages a person to do evil.

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30 we've also seen this I that people, they do Potter generally in order to get rid of the other person?

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What's the purpose of

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getting someone? I don't want to see them anymore. I don't want to know them anymore. I want to get rid of them.

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So kill them. easiest solution.

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However, does it solve the problem?

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It doesn't solve the problem.

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Look over here. Allah says for us the hamming and qasida mean,

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he became a loser. He didn't win the situation, he didn't win the test. He didn't pass the test, he failed the test.

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This was a fitness. This was a test for him a bola.

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And he failed it How? By killing his brother.

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People they kill others in order to get rid of them. But when they kill them,

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they don't necessarily achieve the goal. How?

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Yes, there is definitely loss and punishment in the asker. But even in the dunya.

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The guilt doesn't leave them the guilt, they're haunted by the fact that they killed someone.

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And even if they themselves don't feel bad about it, other people will make them feel bad about

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that guild will not let them survive.

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And many times, those problems are still there. You think that by getting rid of a person, the problems will go away. They don't go away. They're still there, because many times the problem is in ourselves. It's not in the other person. You were miserable before he was still miserable. Now, you were negative before you're still negative now.

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So this way of blaming other people for our own problems, this is something that is incorrect. Because many times when there is a problem, what do we blame

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other people?

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If I can just get rid of them, then my life will be fine.

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That's what we think. But even when we get rid of them, life is not fine. Still, there are problems because we haven't fixed the problem.

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Remember, one way of dealing with problems is of escapism that you try to escape the problem. You don't deal with it. You don't solve it, you avoid it.

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avoidance and the more you avoid it

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the more difficult it will be, you have to face it a loss of power centered problem in your life. You have to face it, you have to deal with it.

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You can't cut yourself off. You can't do that.

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And the other is that you accept the problem. You accept the test.

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And you try your best to deal with it, you take the step and Allah will guide you along will help you.

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But if you're like, no way, I'm not dealing with this, I want to get rid of this, then you won't be able to solve the problem at all.

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We also see that, especially in the case of Gabi, where he killed his brother

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minahasa at the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that any soul that is unjustly killed,

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and the first son of Adam will carry a burden of its shedding. Why? Because he was a first to practice the crime of murder.

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So he became the losers.

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He became the losers, he wasn't still allowed to marry that woman.

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Because his kharbanda not accepted. When what was his brother's fault? Nothing. Allah gave him that right? A login that legal right?

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But if we don't accept the commands that Allah has given the legal rights that Allah has given to some people, and we say that no, I cannot deal with this anymore and you cut yourself off, or you try to harm the other person, you're not solving the problem.

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You will stay in that boat with that hatred with that jealousy and you will be miserable in this dunya Anna.

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So a person who doesn't accept the decree of Allah, then he is going to suffer Hassan in the dunya as well as the

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let's listen to the recitation of these verses.

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Al-Maidah 27-40 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 28-30

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