Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 07 – L083F

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Al-Anam 93-110 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 104-107

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For the jacumba illumio rubycon, there has come to you enlightenment from your Lord, meaning Oh Prophet sallallahu Sallam say this is the people, that in fact, beside it have come to you from your Lord, beside his authority of basura

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and vasila is insight,

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from the same root of the word bustle, what does buffer mean? vision to look at something with your eyes physically, but basura is to have insight, to have perception, do you have enlightenment.

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So, there is the masala meaning the bustle of the body, when a person physically looks at something, and then there is the basilar, of what of the mind of the heart of the ruler,

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the vision of the heart,

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that when a person does not just look at something, physically, but he actually understands its purpose. He understands its objective. He understands its reason,

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and through it, he's able to understand a reality

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because there are people who are blind, but still they can, so they can see,

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Sapa jacumba saw era become over here, but saw it refers to clear, proof, clear admonition that is visible. That has been demonstrated very clearly, before us.

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Just to explain to you the difference between vasara and vasila, basora, meaning physical vision is to look at a tree,

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a person looks at the tree.

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That is what was Masada?

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For example, out the window, I see two trees. This is what bizarre bizarre,

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but basura is that a person looks and he says, Where did the tree come from? Who made it?

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Why is it here? Why not there?

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Why is it like this? And how come it's like that. So it has to go beyond the obvious to have insight. Not just surface sight, but insight.

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So called the jacumba era become what are these besides referring to clear arguments, clear proofs, which help a person understand their reality, which reality, the reality of the heat, the reality of a hill, etc.

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So over here, a lot of Panther has mentioned several things, the fact that he is a fighter of herb and Noah, the fact that he has made the night Second, the fact that he has no partners. The fact that He alone is worthy of worship.

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The fact that he is over there is similar to

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the fact that led to three cool episodes. So all of these are one beside it, which help a person understand the reality of Allah's oneness of the coming of the hereafter.

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And these beside have come to you mirror have become from your Lord

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from an absorb, then whoever sees then whoever perceives from the roots at his best, although again, and over here is that whatever looks at these beside it, and then he believes whoever effects on them. Funny enough, see that it's for himself, I mean, he will get the benefit woman army and whoever became blind, meaning whoever turned a blind eye to these bizarre is that Allah has mentioned over here, whoever turns a blind eye to them. He only looks at the servers and he says, oh, what's the big deal? He doesn't get the purpose as to why a las panatela is mentioning all of this. Whoever turns a blind eye for Allah, so upon it, meaning against it, he will suffer the

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consequences.

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While the NRA can be heavier, and I am not a guardian over you

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mean your profits or losses, I don't say this to the people, that I am not a guardian over you. Meaning I am not a peep over your deeds, to watch your deeds to watch your actions to force you to believe No, my responsibility is to be a machine and entity and I have done my job.

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So we see that many signs have been mentioned in this surah

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and Allah subhanaw taala reminds us that look, if you take benefit, it's good for you. And if you turn a blind eye and don't a benefit, it's harmful for you.

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What do we learn from this ayah that first of all, in the Quran, and in the universe, Allah subhanaw taala has placed many sites many beside,

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through which a person can recognize his creator

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through which a person can recognize his creator

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if a person looks your effects and believes

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For his good, and if he doesn't, then he's only harming himself.

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We also learn from the site about the importance of basilar and not just Masada that we shouldn't just be materialistic and only look at the physical aspect of things. But have it site reflect on them? Don't just look at something and say wow and move on no reflect a little bit.

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Think about it. That why is it like that? And who is one who made it like that? And it will increase in your email. Because at the back of our mind, we know Allah subhanaw taala made everything

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but yesterday when we learned that he is a fabric of our look at the Summer either a smaller January, we look at it, what does that do? It gives you another vision.

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And every time you look at things that way, it increases your Eman.

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So it shows us the importance of not just vasara but also basura have some insight, reflect on what you look at.

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Then we also learn from this either if a person does something good, it's for his benefit.

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We don't insult it will facilitate it number 46. That man Amina saw the hand funny enough See, whoever does righteousness, then it's for his own good woman Assa for earlier, whoever does evil, then he does it against himself. When Robocop is on me lobbied and your Lord is not ever unjust to his servants

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walk around, he can suddenly fall and thus do We diversify the

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Mousavi foot from the roof address, solid raw fat the sleeve and what does the sleeve me

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the sleeve is to diversify it is to inflect.

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Basically, it is to show something from different aspects from different angles in different ways.

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It is to show something in different ways.

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So for example, you show someone an apple one is that you just show it to them from the side. And then you turn it around, and you show them the top side. And then you turn it around and you show them the bottom side and then you cut it open and you show them the inside. Then you peel it. And then you show them what is under the p this is what this is the sleeve, that you're not just showing an apple in one way. But you're showing it in different ways. You show it in its whole form. You cut it up and you show it. You make them taste it. You make them feel it, you make them touch it. This is the thief to take something back and bring it about in another state in another form.

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So Allah subhanaw taala has diversified the IOD meaning he's not just telling us that he is the harlot conducted believe. But he shows to us through the ayah that look use the follicle Habiba Noah, he is the follicle.

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So he has made a lot of diversity in the Iet that he presents to us. Why? So that it's easier for us to understand. It's easier for us to accept

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work early cancer referral, and which either these both county as well as Sheree.

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And notice the word karateka. What does that mean? That just as we have explained what is mentioned earlier, how the tauheed but there is no deity except Allah. This is how we explained the verses and make them clear in every situation in every circumstance.

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And we see this in the Quran that so many times the same concepts are mentioned over and over again.

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A person might say the Quran is so repetitive. There's so much repetition. But if you look at it, the eyes are not the same. They're always mentioned in a different way. Why? So that we have a better understanding?

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What are they going to suddenly fall in every situation? Allah subhanaw taala presents it in different ways. Why? So that we can understand better

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what are your Hulu so that they say who says who does they refer to the unbelievers? The deniers the machine?

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They would say the roster you have studied. They would say this to to the prophets on

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the roster is from the letters that are seen

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and what does that mean? It is to study something.

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Basically this what that does is

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it is to read out to someone

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it is to learn about something to study.

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Now, dogs in particular, as I mentioned is clearer or a little funny. One way of teaching is that the teacher is reading and the student is only listening

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Another way of teaching is that the student is made to read, like you're made to read in touch with.

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You're not just made to listen to the recitation, you're made to read as well. Why? Because when you read yourself, then what happens? What happens?

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You have a better understanding, you have a better grip. similarity, when the class is over, where do you go to groups? And what do you do over there?

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This is what those is that when a person has studied, and he's not just studied once, but there's a lot of repetition. He's not just listening. But he is also speaking himself. He's also reading it out himself.

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So you can say that this is like a formal study.

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So what do you call a duster, they would save the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that you had studied, meaning you have learned all of this from other people. It's not what he that is coming to, you know, you have studied all of this from somewhere. And you are presenting it before us, as

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well in Dubai, you know, and so that we can explain it likoma Moon for people who know,

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we don't know the people of Makkah, they used to accuse the prophets on autism. And they would say that this is not what he that is coming to you. In fact, you have learned about all of these things from some people. And it is said that those people were Roman slaves who were in Makkah, who are Christian, and you have learned from them, and you have presented these stories before us.

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This is all what you have learned from people. This is not what he that is coming to

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light. For example, in too little for con i had four and five, we learn. Well, coroner Dena cafaro in Heather Illa is going after those people who disbelieve they say this Orion is nothing but a lie that he has invented. What are I know who I lay, he's Coleman Harun, and others have helped him at it. Meaning other people have helped him fabricate this, how by teaching him by teaching him these stories

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of loss of Paradise as for the gentleman was,

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so they have produced an unjust wrong thing and ally by saying that he has fabricated or that other people have helped him. This is something that is unjust.

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We'll call you as athletes who are willing and they say Tales of the ancients. These are stories of the ancient people. He Qatada, which he has written down.

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These are stories of the previous people, and he has recorded them with him. For he at home there is a book written with a thriller, and they are dictated to him morning and afternoon, because he is unable to read himself. Therefore, these Roman slaves are meted out to him. And thus he comes over and over again. And he presents these stories before.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says that the reason behind the sleeve of the ayah is what?

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What's the reason? What's the result? What's the outcome? behind it? the sleep of the is that the same stories are the same concepts are mentioned in different ways.

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There are two outcomes.

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One is that those people who disbelieve they say the roster

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and those people who believe those people who know this serves as the bean for them as a clarification for them.

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So there are some people who increase in their Eman And there are some people who increase in their disbelief when they see the diversity in the

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USA. Some people look at the diversity and they say, you know, this is all fabrication.

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He must have learned from such and such person. That trader, that slave, he came from Rome, he came from that place he came from them. At one point he mentioned one version. at another point he mentioned another version.

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And those people who know that, indeed he is a messenger of Allah. For them this diversity is what

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is a means of further understanding further clarification.

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So the Quran is clear. It depends on how a person looks at it. It depends on how a person approaches it. Depending on how a person approaches it, that's what he will take from the Quran.

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What do we learn from this ayah? First of all, but the fact that Allah subhanaw taala has diversified the ad so that the people understand

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if this diversity was not there, it would be difficult for us to understand what the same concepts are mentioned over and over and over again in different ways. doesn't help us understand the full unmetric it does.

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For instance, we learned about what is halide and what is metadata.

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And again, that is

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mentioned.

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Again it is mentioned in so many different chapters of the Quran. Why? Because when it's mentioned in different ways, each time we learn something new

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each time.

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Secondly, we also learn, as I mentioned to you that there are two types of people when it comes to responding to the Quran, those who increase in their demand and those who increase in their deviation.

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It will follow meaning the profits or losses being commanded, you should follow whatever the people say. If they say you have studied or they say you have lied, no matter what they say, you should focus on what you're supposed to do. And what is that it t bar follow? Follow what men are here illegally that which has been revealed to you. And what is that the Quran?

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So if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is being commanded to follow what has been revealed to him, what about us? Are we not obligated to follow the Quran?

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We are even more so. It the Verma Oh Hiya, la COVID la, la, la la la who there is no god except him? What are the learning machine and turn away from those who associate partners with Allah?

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What does it mean by this idea of an image seeking meaning, forgive them

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be forbearing endure their harm. Just ignore what they're saying. Because right now, remember, this is a murky, so towards the end of the meccan period. And at that time, the opposition was very fierce, very fierce, very extreme, to the point that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had to leave Mecca, and he went to f5 to find some protection over there.

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It was very risky, very dangerous now.

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So at that point, the prophet SAW the lesson and could not do anything to defend himself. People would come they would object to the Quran. If he would mention something from the Quran, they would say the roster you have studied all of this. Now, in the face of all of this opposition, what can you do? Realistically, what can you do? You are in such a position, that you don't have any authority, you cannot change the situation. And people are not listening? What should you do?

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Just ignore them. You can't fight with them. You can't argue with them. Because no matter how much you fight, no matter how much you argue they're not going to accept. They're not going to listen. And if you become violent, perhaps you will bring more harm to yourself. So artists are seeking meaning forgive them, ignore them be forbearing endure their harm until Allah subhanaw taala brings about grief until Allah subhanaw taala supports you and makes you victorious over the art of an English speaking. Just ignore them.

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And other than mushrikeen has also been understood in another way

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that turn away from them. Meaning don't pay any attention to their criticism. And don't associate yourself with them.

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Understand,

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don't associate yourself with them.

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Don't do what they are doing. If they're worshipping idols, you don't worship idols. If they're saying blasphemous statements about a las panatela You don't say them.

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If they are eating that, which is haram, you don't eat that which is haram because sometimes when we're opposed a lot, what happens we give up? What does Allah subhanaw taala say? Are they don't do what they're doing?

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Stay away from them.

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So what's the lesson in this ayah?

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First of all, we learn about the obligation of following the revelation,

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the obligation of following the Quran because Allah subhanaw taala says it

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is, and this command is to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the same obligation applies to his followers as well.

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Secondly, we also learn from this ayah that a person should focus on what he is supposed to do.

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Because it's possible that other people are opposing you and you want to fight with them. You want to argue with them. But your argument you're fighting is not going to bring any benefit. What should you do? Focus on what your job is.

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For instance,

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in your house, it's possible that your brother or your sister, she doesn't clean up.

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Now, you're always arguing she doesn't clean her room. She doesn't clean her room, she should clean her room. Is your argument going to help at all? No. What should you do? clean your room.

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really clean your room. Similarly, sometimes we're complaining they're not studying, they're not studying what should you do? You should study because if you get tangled up in arguing with them in being

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overly concerned about them, then you cannot do your job properly.

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So when you cannot change the situation, and even otherwise, what should a person focus on what he is supposed to do?

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Do your job, focus on what you're supposed to do, so that you can do your job properly.

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We also have a very important lesson from this eye, which is to ignore those people who oppose you. They don't even bother to argue with them, don't pay any attention to their criticism, their mockery, their opposition.

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Because everything that is said, is not worth paying attention to.

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People say a lot of things.

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And if you try to refute every statement of theirs, if you try to justify your innocence in every situation, then you will not be able to do anything in this dunya.

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Anything at all.

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For instance, if you're cooking, and somebody sitting over there telling you don't do this, put this, don't put this this much space, but only half a teaspoon. only do this only do this and if you try justifying, no, I'm doing this because of this and this and this reason, will you be able to cook? No.

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What do you have to do? Ignore simple, just do what you're supposed to do. Especially if the other person does not have any idea. If they're teaching you then obviously you're supposed to listen to them. But if they're just sitting and passing comments, don't pay any attention because if you pay attention to them, you will not be able to do your work. So everything that is said in this dunya is not worth paying attention to.

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So ignore, learn to ignore. Because if you don't learn to ignore, you will not function properly. You will not achieve you will not be happy, you will always be miserable. Learn to ignore, select the information that you want to take in and process.

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Don't take in everything that is said.

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similarity there's so much out there in the world every day the newspaper every day in the news, or you go on the internet, something on the other side. And if you get stuck in researching everything and reading everything, what's going to happen

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will take you hours to go through your email.

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We also learn a very important lesson from this ayah about ignoring or turning away from the machine

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turning away from the Michigan in particular meaning from their ship

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from their ship. Because notice mushrikeen has been set over here who are much taking those

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so turn away and don't have anything to do with their shift key practices.

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Don't get involved in their shakier practices rather turn away from them.

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We learn from our Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, When personal Islam in Maui Doku many of the beauty of a person submission to a loss of penalty is that he leaves all that does not concern him.

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So if somebody is doing something wrong, yes, you should go stop them. But if you cannot, and you know that you're stopping them once is going to make them shout at you. Then leave them ignore them. Don't bother. rather focus on what you're supposed to do.

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While sha Allah who and if Allah had willed, Masha aku they would not have done shed meaning Allah could have forced them all to become believers. And not even one of them would have apology.

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led Gemma whom Allah Allah Buddha, he could have gathered all people on guidance,

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one manager or neck or they can have user but we have not made your profits on a lot of them have you who is harfield.

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One who watches one was attentive, one who guards one who preserves.

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So we have not made you a heavies over them. So that you would watch and observe their statements and their actions.

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Rather, your job is

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just to convey because when we try to become hafeez over every single person, then what happens? We cannot do our work.

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When we become a hobbyist over every single person statements and actions, then we cannot do our work.

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If you're always concerned about the fact that your sister did not make her bed, and you don't make your bed, can you do anything properly? No. You leave the house miserable, you will come back home miserable.

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If you're always concerned about what people are commenting while you're cooking while you're working, what are you going to think you're always going to be miserable.

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So you're not happy over other people's actions over other people's statements. So don't worry, do what you're supposed to your job is to convey.

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be concerned about your job.

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Woman unterlagen beware keel and you are not able to keel over them.

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What does he mean by this?

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That you're not able to ketover them, meaning you're not responsible for forcing them to believe.

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You're not responsible to manage and regulate their conduct and affairs, you are only a one.

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So what's the difference between harfield and Joaquin over here in the context,

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Hatfield is one who watches and observes what the statements and actions of people

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and who is working.

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One who is responsible for forcing people to accept one who is responsible for managing and regulating the conduct and affairs of people. Rather, your job is only to convey.

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Now we're here last parameter. This is what OSHA Aloma Ashoka if alongwith, they would not have done schicke. What does this mean? That Allah wanted them to do? Which is why

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is that what this means? No. This means that Allah could have forced them to not do [???]. He could have forced them to accept. But this is not the way of Allah.

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This is not the way of Allah.

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Allah has given freedom to people,

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freedom of choice, that they choose what they want to do.

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And it doesn't mean that just because Allah has given freedom to people, that they choose what they want to do in the Hereafter, he's not going to question them. Of course, he's going to question that. That is the purpose of this life, that in this dunya you are given freewill choice. Allah subhanaw taala is observing what are we doing? What do we choose? What do we select in every situation.

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And in the Hereafter, we will be held accountable. Every person will be recompensed for what he selected for what he chose for himself.

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Because it's not possible that someone gives you choice. Someone gives you ability, someone gives you money. And at the end of the day, they don't hold you accountable. Of course, they're going to hold you accountable. What did you do with this money.

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For instance, if your parents give you money, and they tell you, it's up to you, however you spend it, but you have to make sure that you buy your books with this money, you pay for your bus fare, and you also buy your lunch.

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This is the money we're giving you for this purpose. Now it's up to you how you spend it. How much ever you spend on your bus fare, how much ever you spend on your food, how much you spend on your books, it's up to you. Now you go and spend all that money on buying a nice pair of shoes, very nice, expensive pair of shoes,

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or you come home without your books. You don't go to school, or your parents are not going to question you, they're going to question you, they gave you freewill. They gave you the choice but they also directed you as to what you were supposed to do. At the end of the day you were accountable. Similarly, a las panatela has given us so much and at the same time he's given us freewill, he has given us money, he has given us risk, he has given us knowledge he has given us intellect he has given us time. So that we can do whatever we want. No.

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So that we can do what he wants us to do, but he has given us a choice and at the end he is going to question us.

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So similarly the Michigan they have been given the choice as well.

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So what do we learn from this?

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What do we learn from this is first of all, that the choice that Allah subhanaw taala has given us, we should not abuse it, rather we should use it properly.

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Secondly, we also learned from this ayah that a person should convey the message of Allah subhanaw taala. If the people accept it is to their benefit, and if they don't, then you're only responsible for fulfilling your responsibility. Your job