Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 09 – L099D

Taimiyyah Zubair

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Al-Anfal 20-40 Word-Analysis and Tafseer 26-29

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How's the relationship on your legitimacy layer over here.

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So number 99, SoTL and fail.

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What guru. And remember, if anthem called Ilan, when you were few, meaning all believers, specially it isn't more hygiene who are being addressed over here that remember the time when, under mcaleenan, you were very few,

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meeting you were very few in number, you were a minority.

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And because of your less numbers, because of the fact that you were a minority, you are hiding your faith, you are protecting your faith.

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And on top of that, most of them are a foreigner, you are also weak. You also did not have any power.

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Remember the Hadees we learned to conditions that you have power and you're also more in number. What did we learn over here that the believers they were less in number, and also there were weak? They did not have any power fill out the in the land?

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Which land is this? The land of Makkah,

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that the Muslims before they migrated to Medina, they were a minority in Makkah.

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And on top of that, they were also very weak. It was only a few people, a few individuals were accepted Islam, especially initially in the first stages, very few people

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and where would they gather up to worship to learn to recite the Quran, in that'll have come.

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And for the first three years, it was all secret our the Prophet sallallahu Sallam invited people to Islam secretly, and the people conceal their faith even. Because if anyone exposed it, if anyone revealed it, then what would happen? They would be killed, or they would suffer a lot of persecution.

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And sometimes what happens with us that we find out about what the truth is, and we just want to tell everybody about it.

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And we forget that we are weak. We forget that we don't have that much power. We are very few a number. What do we have to do? We have to wait until we have more strength.

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We have to wait until we have more power until we have grown a number. Only then can we take action. Only then can we take action.

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So you are most other fulfill our viewer weaken the earth. The half owner, you are fearful at the heart of acumen so that the people would carry you away that the people would sweep you away.

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Yet the hot puffer is from the roof veterus how cold

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and hot is to grab something speedily to grab something quickly. We learned earlier Yeah, cuddle berko Yeah. Episode. Oh,

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that it's almost better lightning. It would snatch away their eyesight. So yes. What does it mean?

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The snatch away. So yet the hatanaka he would seize you quickly. Meaning you fear that the people would attack you and finish you immediately.

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This is what you fear that all of a sudden somebody is gonna come barging into our houses and we'll be done within moments. This is the constant fear that you lived with.

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And which people are these ns.

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Ns refers to the people of Mecca, look up the machine. This is what they feared. For our come but look at the blessing of Allah that He saved you. He gave you shelter.

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Our you Eva is to provide a shelter to someone to accommodate them, to house them to large them. You know the basic necessities of life are what? Food, clothing and shelter. So welcome. He gave you shelter. Were in Medina.

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Look at how Allah subhanaw taala protected you. You were so few. You were so weak. You were always worried for your lives for your Eman and look at how Allah protected you. He rescued you from there and he gave you a shelter. What a year come and he also strengthened you be nicely he With his help he gave you he reinforced you. He strengthened you with his victory with his assistance when

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on the day of birth.

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And not just on the day of butter but also before

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but especially on the day of butter what happened.

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Allah subhanaw taala aided the believers with the angels and so many other blessings. And even before a year ago, a Lost Planet Allah assisted the believers, while they were in Medina, how that their numbers grew. They gained more power. They gained more freedom. They had a Masjid, in which they could pray. And just imagine before in the how long they were not able to pray freely even

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if they dare to they will suffer so much stress

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at the hands of the machine. So what a year the convener three he aided you With his help. What are the hakomi? Any altar provided you mean up to you bet from the good things. What is Medina known for? Its dates. And compared to Makkah, Medina is lush. in Medina, there's so many orchards. So Rosa hakomi, Napa back, he provided you with good things. Hello, good provision.

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And when you're living as a minority, because they give his food that is good as well as food that is, hello. So when you're living as a minority, your halaal options are very limited, isn't

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very limited. But when you are the majority, when you have power, when you have authority, then what happens you have options, they increase. So rather caminata you bet he provided you with good things when you came to Medina. And also, after you bought your first to the winner in the war spoils that they had gained from the victory at better

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law law contest karoun so that you are grateful.

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Over here last panel data is reminding them oh hygiene, especially of the huge favors that he bestowed upon.

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Because many times what happens when we get a big blessing. We start taking credit for it for ourselves,

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isn't it

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and we forget what we were before we forget what we were before.

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For example, the person becomes wealthy, the person wins a lottery ticket or something like that. He moves into a million dollar house, he drives a million dollar car, who is even forget his best his family, his old friends, he pretends as though he doesn't even know them. He pretends as though he never even saw the shelter in his life. He never saw all food in his life, he pretends like that. But over here, Allah soprano data is reminding the believers of their past, so that they remain humble. Similarly, when we get the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala whether it is knowledge, or it is hidayah, or it is some blessings of this world, any kind of blessings we get, we should never

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forget our past. Never. Because when we remember the past, then we remain humble before a must.

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And then we remain more grateful for the blessings that he has bestowed upon us.

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And if we pretend as if nothing happened in the past, everything was okay, we were always like this, then we don't care for the blessings that Allah has given.

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It doesn't mean that you have to go in front of people and tell them Oh, I was so poor. No, I was so bad. I committed so many sins. No, you don't have to show your loop to other people. Because if Allah has concealed your fault, let them remain concealed. However, if Allah has given you a blessing, then what should you do for Mr Bernier material for had this then tell people about the fact that Allah has given you all the classes are under contract guru?

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Yeah, you are Latina? amanu Oh, you will have believed leather Hunan la Havasu do not betray Allah and the messenger. Do not do Fianna towards Allah or the messenger What the Who knew me unethical and nor should you betray your trust. Don't betray Allah don't betray the messenger, and don't betray one another. Rather fulfill the Trust's fulfill the obligations that have been imposed upon you. What anthem Darla moon while you know, meaning knowingly, do not betray.

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It's possible that a person by mistake he falls short in fulfilling his obligations. It's possible but knowingly, deliberately, this is something that cannot be acceptable of a true believer. What does Allah say over here? Yeah, you are Latina. amanu. If you're a true believer, then you must do this. This is a requirement of your Iman

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that lead to who do not do

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what this the enemy

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seanna betrayal. Basically, the idea is to reduce the hock What does it mean? To reduce the right of the other

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or to reduce in fulfilling the obligation that has been imposed upon a person?

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Every person plays different roles in his life?

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Isn't it so?

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For example, person is a servant of Allah. Similarly, a woman is a wife at the same time, she's a mother. At the same time, she's a doctor. At the same time, she's a friend. At the same time, she's a citizen. Perhaps she's a student, perhaps she's a teacher. Perhaps she does some work somewhere. So each person plays multiple roles in their life, isn't it

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and with each role there

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certain obligations that are imposed upon the person, as a servant of Allah, certain for certain obligations have been imposed upon us, for example, the five pillars of Islam, they're imposed upon us, as a wife, there are certain obligations that are imposed upon a wife. For instance, besonderheiten Connie satin has a Latin little boy, that good women righteous women are who they're obedient. And they also, what do they do have a lot of delight? What does it mean?

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They also preserve the secrets of the husband, or preserve the private matters, his private affairs, they don't go and publicize. So for instance, if there's something that should remain in the house, she doesn't go and tell everybody about it, their husband tells her something, she doesn't go and tell her friends about it. No, she hides, or She protects she preserves the private matters that are between the husband and wife, that or to remain in the house.

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Similarly, as a mother, there are certain responsibilities, she has to look after her children, she has to prepare food for them, she has to teach them. Similarly, perhaps as a student, we have obligations upon us, isn't it?

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So what is the Piano

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Piano is that a person does not fulfill the obligations that are imposed upon him.

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He does not fulfill them.

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So for example, as a wife, the woman does not listen to her husband. She does not respect him.

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She goes in tell his private matters to her friends, to her mother, to her father.

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And when she tells them, they begin to disrespect her husband, they don't have any respect left for him.

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Similarly, as a student, we are to do our homework, different roles that we're playing as servants of a lot we have certain obligations. So what is planning to not fulfill those obligations?

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And what is a manner

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to fulfill those obligations to fulfill those duties.

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So, first of all, it is said let the Hunan law do not do Fianna towards Allah, meaning do not fail to perform the duties and obligations that Allah has imposed upon you. Give Allah his rights.

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So for example, the Adhan that He has given, don't reduce them don't fall short in them. Allah has made five Solo is obligatory upon us. So what does it mean? That we must pray all five?

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Similarly, within the Sunnah, what does it mean that we must pay Salah as we are required to not that we're skipping one Raka now that we're skipping major part of the Sunnah, because the theft of Salah is the worst theft, the theft of solid is the worst theft. What is that of solid? that a person deliberately leaves out one Raka deliberately leaves out one obligatory part of Salah which is whizzes through it, showing to people that yes, I am praying the sinner, but in reality, his mind is completely elsewhere. Or he's missing major parts of solder. He's praying without glue. Similarly, Allah subhanaw taala has imposed upon us the giving of the cat. So in giving the cat What

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does a person do? He does not calculate the sucker accurately, or he delays in giving us a cat.

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similarity Allah is imposed upon us fasting in the month of Ramadan. What is the answer that a person pretends as if he's fasting, but secretly is eating? Or that a person pretends that he has kept all of his fasts? When in reality, he has missed so many of them and he doesn't have any plan on making up for all those facets that he has missed? So now the Horner Maha don't betray Allah don't fall short in fulfilling your duties towards him, let the hoonah Maha and also do not betray who were soon and the messenger.

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How is this done?

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That the commands that the messenger has given, a person does not follow them.

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The commands that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has given.

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For example for men, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded them grow your beards. It's an obligation, the prophets are allowed Islam commanded. And if a man does not obey that instruction, this is what Quianna the prophets are allowed. Islam also commanded women with certain things that be grateful, because he saw many women in hellfire. Why? Because they're in gratitude

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that their husbands, they show so much favor to them. And then one harm comes from their husband and they say I've never seen any good news from you.

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The Prophet said a lot of them commanded us to be grateful to to our husbands to show gratitude towards them.

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So the prophets are of a certain has commanded the believers with certain instructions and what is Leanna when a believer does not fulfill that

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Similarly piano towards the messenger is not giving importance to his son. Not following his Sunnah correctly, being careless, being lazy, being heedless in observing the son of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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Similarly, piano towards the mission of the Prophet sort of artists and what was his mission, that his mission was to convey the message to everybody and he commanded us ballyhoo I need Willow I, he commanded us believer, I need Willow, a, convey for me, even if it's one idea. So if we know even one I it is our obligation, our duty, that we must convey it. And if we're not conveying it, that is Leanna towards the messenger, that is Leanna towards the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and in his life, what does it mean by do not betray the messenger, meaning whatever he has commanded you don't go against it.

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If the prophets Allah Madison ever gave a specific instruction to the Sahaba and they weren't following. For example, we know that in Bukhari and Muslim it is recorded the story of Hamlet, even though the law know that he was at the margin, he had migrated from Mecca to Medina, however, he still had family in Makkah, and when the prophets are about isn't intended to conquer Makkah, he went very quietly, it was a secret plan. He didn't publicize it. Why? Because he wanted to avoid all types of bloodshed in Makkah.

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So half of his family was there. And he wanted protection for them. He wanted good for them. So what did he do, he wrote a letter to the Americans, informing them of the profits or analysis intention, about his plan for the good of his family, because he is doing a favor to them, they will do a favor to his family

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profits or loss and was informed about it, and referred a lot of students and a little to learn who, who went and caught the messenger, the woman who was going to deliver the letter to the people of Mecca. So the letter was intercepted, it never got there. But however, the down he was brought to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and at that point, he said, Oh, love messenger Should I cut off his head, for he has betrayed Allah, His Messenger and the believers, but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, leave him. Why? Because he participated in the Battle of battle.

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He participated in the Battle of better, how do you know that Allah has not looked at those who participated in bothered and said, Do whatever you want, I have forgiven you.

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So it was a mistake on his part, but he was still an honest believer.

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So it shows that being true believers as well, people might make some major mistakes, which is why the door of Toba is always open for a person until he dies.

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So let the hoonah la hora Sula with a whole new amenity calm and also do not betray your trust, amenities deplorable mn and Amanda is the opposite of Kiana. So, what is Leanna? Do not fulfill the trust do not fulfill the obligation and what is Amana? To fulfill the trust to fulfill the obligation.

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So, what a Hulu magnetico meaning while at the Hulu amenity

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What does it mean by this do not betray your trust? First of all, do not betray the trust that have been entrusted to you. Meaning, whatever Allah has given you, whatever has been given to you as an Amana do not betray with regards to them. For example, our body that has been given to us, what is it?

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It's an Amana? I saw a book once the owner's manual. It was basically a book for physical fitness. And when I saw the title, I was so amazed the owner's manual, not the owner. You're not the owner. It's just an Amana with you. Because Allah is going to question us about how we treated our bodies.

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So, our bodies in a manner on us the blessings that have been given to us even they are an Amana the obligations that have been imposed on us even they are in a manner the dean that has been given to us even that is in a manner they're evaded, that is imposed on us that is in a manner the eyes that we have that is Amana. So what the hula magnetico do not betray the trust that Allah has given you,

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that people have given you do not betray them. Rather fulfill the trust, give the HAC give the heck do not fall short. Why? Because a person who does not fulfill obligations, who does not fulfill the Trust's What do we learn from the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that led Eman Lehman lair amanatullah

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the one who does not fulfill obligations does not fulfill

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dmns that are given to him. Such a person does not have any email.

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He doesn't have any email. Let him in. He doesn't have anyone. His email is unacceptable. It's highly deficient. There's a serious problem with it. Secondly, what the Hulu amenity com, what does it mean? That the Amana that you give to one another amongst yourselves amongst people?

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So for example, a person gives you or deposits his wallet with you his money with you, his car with you. That is what

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the thing an object that has been deposited with you as an Amana? So financial dealings. Similarly secrets if someone talks to you, and they tell you this is a secret, please don't tell anybody about it. What does it mean? It's an Amana.

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And what was the enemy that a person publicizes?

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And you know, if someone is talking to you, in such a way that they look here there to ensure that nobody's looking? Even that is an Amana? Even if they don't say it's a secret, please don't tell anyone.

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Just by the way, they are looking to make sure that nobody's watching. nobody's listening, even that becomes an Amana.

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Similarly, majelis gatherings, even there in America, how that if you sit in a particular Metropolis in a particular gathering, and something is being said in a specific context, what was the enemy that you go and misquote? That you go and misquote. And this is something very common, very common, that a person would be giving a lecture for example, the scholar will be giving a lecture in a specific context, one sentence is taken, blown out of proportion, put in the wrong context. And they're accused of something that they never meant. And because of that, they have to suffer so many consequences. Because of that, so many other people have to suffer as well. Al majali, su, mn

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majelis are Amana gatherings, they're also interesting.

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Similarly, you call to a meeting, your call to a meeting, a meeting is a meeting. Why? Because it's supposed to be private. If the matters were not supposed to be confidential, then that meeting would be held in public so that everybody can hear. But if you are called in a specific room, and there is a meeting that's going on, and you are told about something, you are informed of something, you are given a responsibility, you're given some work, you're given some task, what's your obligation, that you must keep it confidential. Even if you were not made to sign a contract? Even then, what is your obligation that you must keep it confidential, because you are called to a private meeting. So it's

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not fair that you go outside, and you tell everybody about it.

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Or you tell the media and it goes in the news or something like that it's not appropriate. You're not allowed to publicize things that are given to you that are shared with you, while the matter is kept confidential.

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What the Who, nor magnetical, don't betray your trust one another. Don't do that.

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Similarly, people impose certain responsibilities on us. Some responsibilities are imposed on us by who, by a loss of parameter, other they're given to us by who? by other people. So for example, you go and volunteer, you go on the weekend to the Institute, and you say, I want to volunteer, they say, Okay, this is your duty, that you stand in this corridor, whoever is coming, guide them towards the classroom.

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And what happens, you're checking your phone, and all of a sudden your friend calls in like, Okay, I gotta go talk to her. And what happens, people are coming, they're getting lost, somebody is going towards the other classroom, somebody is going upstairs, somebody's going outside the building, they have no idea what's going on. Why? Because one person is not fulfilling the obligation that was imposed on them. One person is not fulfilling the obligation that was imposed on them. In such situations, we say, whereas Allah said that I should stand here. It's not in the Quran. Really, sometimes people say that alone never commanded me to do this. It's a person who commanded me to do

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this. But what do we learn that even if another person has imposed a certain responsibility on you, and you have accepted it, it's your obligation that you must fulfill it. What the whole new amenity come, do not betray your trusts do not whether it is in a form of some money that has been deposited with you, or it is a secret that is shared with you, or it is a responsibility that has been given to you fulfill all of them.

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Well, until Tyler moon while you know, what does he mean by this while you know,

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first of all, deliberately, meaning do not betray trusts deliberately. It's possible, you have a duty you've been given a duty and you forget. You forget that's possible because you're a human being Uranus.

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But one is that you deliberately don't show

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you deliberately go against what you've been told. Or until you don't do that.

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And secondly, we'll enter into the moon while you know that it is wrong to betray

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when you know that piano is something that is not acceptable of a true believer, while you know the consequences of

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don't do that, because in the lower layer, you have blue color when a theme. A lot does not like every person who is Hawaiian. And who's also a theme. Who is her one. One who betrays and who is a thief, sinful, Allah does not like such a person. And do people like such a person? Do people like such a person? No. Even people don't like such individuals who betray trusts or them? And you should know. And I'm welcome. We're glad to confirm that indeed your wealth and your children what are they? They are a trial for you. They are a test for you. Because many times it is because of our wealth and children that we end up doing Fianna

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whether it is towards a law or the messenger or one another. Sometimes it's because of our wealth and children. For example, a person knows that he is obligated to earn money only through Hillel ways isn't itself

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a believer, for example, he knows that he's only allowed to earn money through Halloween, Halloween are all forbidden. But he has such a good job and he's making so much money. So his model becomes a fitna, isn't it? So he's doing Fianna towards Allah by earning money through haraam. Why? Because his mind has become it.

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So many times the reason behind piano is a person's wealth, and at the same time, his children.

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So for example, he says I'm making so much money. And if I leave this, my children, they're used to luxurious life, I want to make them happy. I want them to enjoy life. I want to give them everything they want. I want to fulfill every request of theirs.

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So children are also becoming a fitna.

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Similarly for women, many times what happens, they're looking after the house. They're cooking one thing after the other. They're looking after the children, taking them from here to there. I'm not saying they're not supposed to do that they are supposed to do that, but sometimes will become so excessive that we neglect our obligations or duties. For example, a woman is busy with her child busy playing with her and she doesn't pray for on time. Or she's not regular with her brother anymore, isn't it

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or for example she neglects to in her because she neglects reciting more Quran. So remember this, that your wealth and children are a test? Allah subhanaw taala is testing you that whether you are grateful for them, for what Allah has given you? Or is it that you become so engrossed in them that you forget Allah?

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Allah is testing you through these two things. When he gives you while he's testing you, what do you do? You become so lost to them that you forget him, that you start doing piano towards him? Or do you still remember him

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and they're also a fitna welcome children because they hinder people from what from fulfilling their duties

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from fulfilling the net.

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So remember, know that you're welcome children or if it

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was anila her in the who edgerunner game, and with Allah, he has a great reward.

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So sometimes you have to sacrifice your wealth here in the dunya in order to not do piano towards a law

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so that you can get educated or leave in the hereafter.

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And if a person he just wants to out of this dunya out of the head he at dinner, then what's going to happen? He's going to miss out on what

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a turn or leave

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it's either this or that.

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But remember that what Allah has, is much greater compared to what you can get.

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So never let your wealth and children come in away and prevent you from obedience to Allah subhanaw taala

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we learn in the Quran that Yeah, you were letting me know, later lateral unwelcome Allah Allah, Allah, Romania, fall danika for Allah ecomo ha sido O you who believe, let natural properties or your children divert to from the remembrance of Allah. Don't let them distract you that you're so busy with your money. You're so busy with your house. You're so busy with your children, that you forget about remembering Allah

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And whosoever does that, than they are now

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losers, they are losers. A person who gets distracted by his wealth and children at the expense of his.

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We learned intellectual calfire 46 alamelu l banana, Zenith Ohio to dunya. wealth and children and sons What are they? The beauty of this life the adornment of this worldly life while Belka yet

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and what is it that's going to last good deeds. Good deeds are going to last they're going to make it to the outcome. They're hired on they're much better in their bigger in the size of your Lord the weapon as reward will heighten and better for one's hope. Hope for what hope for Allah's forgiveness and mercy.

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There's a Hadith, our show the nahusha narrative, that once a child was brought to the prophets automotive center

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and a child, the baby is brought to you a child is brought to you or you

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can hug him give him a case

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you're gonna say Mashallah so cute. You're going to start playing with them, especially with a toddler. What happens when you're not playing with them because they understand

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maybe you will be running around with them, maybe you'll start asking them questions. So the profits are a lot of sudden he had the child and he said these children in Nevada, Metropolitan, Metropolitan.

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These children, they make cowards and misers of the parents.

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Understand

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that a child comes in the family and what happens to the parents they become so coward,

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they lose your confidence how they're always concerned about caring for the child looking after the child.

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And they also make them misers. They also make a misers, the now they're saving money for who, for their children, before perhaps it would give inside the cupboard now every penny they want to spend on who the child's clothes and the child's food on the child snacks on the child's different things.

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So children they are in fitness, it doesn't mean we have to hate our children. No, that's not what the meaning is. meaning is that don't let them distract you from a higher purpose. Don't get so occupied with them, that you begin to neglect your duties Don't get so occupied with them.

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Because if you do so then that could be a source of loss for you in the hereafter.

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And it's only natural to get attracted to children do you want to play with them just want to spend hours and hours with them. It's only natural. And sometimes, especially if it's not your own child, you really want to because you don't have to worry about the diaper, you don't have to worry about the child if he's crying. Sometimes I see their young girls, they go and sit in the childcare room in the baby room. And they will sometimes wake the children up so that they can play with them.

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And they will be walking around with the children, every time they see a child, they will go start talking, it's good, it's good for the children as well, they get so much attention Alhamdulillah. And they're learning good things. But at the same time, sometimes I see that some people are spending too much time with the children. Every time that they get a break, you see them with a child.

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I'm not pointing at a specific person, but I'm just saying that we need to check ourselves that every time we have free time, we should also be concerned about earning some reward for the

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yes handler, we're helping out the mothers, we are helping them out. inshallah, whatever they do, we will get reward as well. But it should not be at the expense of our own lesson. It should not be at the expense of our attending gemasolar

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it should not be at the expense of our earning more reward by doing.

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So for example, if you're looking at as a child, even if the child is sitting next to you, you're playing with them, you're feeding the child, you can still do your they could you can still perhaps recite the Quran. And if you do that, the child will learn more.

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Isn't it all?

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And sometimes I see because as a mother, I see my child how people deal with the child. But sometimes, you know, they will ask, okay, where's your nose? And where's this? And where's that and they get very excited. I get very happy about that. But I see that some people, they always ask him, okay, where is a law. And they will teach him something that has to do with his Eman. And from a very little young age. I appreciate that much more, much more. Because I feel that if my child is spending time with a person who is teaching them about a law, about the Arabic alphabet, about something to do with the dean, I love that much more than somebody who would perhaps tickle them and

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make the child laugh or make the child cry. Okay.

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Perhaps in both situations, the child is laughing. The child is happy, but the child will benefit more and you will benefit more. If what you do with them has to do with the team. It's better for you and it's better for them. So wealth and children they are if it's not there

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RF fitna because they make you a coward. You don't want to leave. You want to spend more time with them playing with them. They also make you stingy, especially the parents, especially the parents that make them stingy. They become a fitna. But what does Allah say? That Allah has a reward that is much greater. So don't let this temporary pleasure and enjoyment distract you from a reward that is much greater from a reward that is much more valuable.

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Yeah, you Halina amanu. All you have believed in Tata Cola, if you fear Allah eedge are looking for karnan he will grant you a criteria. When, when you fear Allah, what does he mean by fearing Allah, that you fear Allah, and because of that fear, you don't do anything that displeases him. Because of that fear, you do that which would please him?

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in every situation, you fear Allah. You wonder, what is it that my Rob will approve off?

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What is it that Allah would like?

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You know, in every situation, whenever we're going to do something, we think about people. For example, what would my mother like? Would she like me to do this or like me to do that?

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We always think about people.

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And when we think about that, it helps us make a better choice, isn't it?

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But what do we learn that if in every situation, you're concerned about the pleasure of Allah, you're fearful of Allah's anger, you're fearful of Allah's displeasure, then what's going to happen? He is going to make for you if upon, he's going to give you a criteria, He will guide you as to what is right, and what is wrong, what you should do, what you should not do. But what's the condition? You fear Allah, in every situation, you consider the pleasure of Allah. And he will give you the criteria.

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In so many situations, were confused. Should I do this? Should I not do this? Should I go here? Should I not go there? Don't ask yourself or don't think about what other people say or what the standards of people are. Think about the standards of almost a penalty.

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If you look at it in the previous if we learned about the importance of not doing it, and then the wealth of children, they come as a test.

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So every situation in life, it's a test for us, right? That what do we do this? Or that? We're always confused. Should I go talk to them? Should I not talk to them? Should I go to this gathering? Or should I not go to that gathering?

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in every situation think what would allow what what would allow like,

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Is there a reward for doing this action? Or is there no reward for doing this action?

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If you do this, Allah will give you a criterion. He will give you the ability to distinguish between truth and falsity between what is right and between what is wrong, he will give you the ability.

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It is also said that for over here means separation, meaning between yourself and what you fear. What is it that people fear, farm loss, isn't it? Whether it's in this dunya or the Sahara, but if your fear Allah, Allah will make for you a separation between you and what you fear.

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Meaning he will save you. He will give you victory, he will help you he will assist you. And we see this in the Battle of whether what happened.

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The believers because of the taqwa of Allah, what did they do?

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I mentioned you the story of how does hover responded to the call of the Prophet sort of opposite. What MC dad said to the Prophet Solomon isn't that we are not going to say to you what the people must have said to him, but rather, wherever you tell us to go, we're going to come with you. And the answer what did they say? that although our contract does not impose on us that we have to protect you and support you outside of Medina, but still we will protect you. What is it that made them do that? The court of law so if you fear Allah, Allah will separate you from what? From what you fear.

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He will save you. He will assist you. He will give you victory.

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He had you're looking for honor. What do we learn that woman yet tequila yadgir. Allahu Maharaja, whoever fears Allah, Allah will make for him a way out a way out of difficulty, away out of problems.

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When you get fitter, uncomfy article another benefit that he will remove from you your sins. He will remove from you your sins. He will forgive you. While

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Fiddler calm and you will also forgive you will law who the popular lien and Allah is a possessor of bounty, which is great. Meaning he has a lot, he gives a lot, especially reward. So why don't you do something together sharing that? Allah Who the fuck literally, if you notice over here, do things I've mentioned you can fit our income, say your article. And then we have a logo that you will remove from you your se ad, and he will also forgive you. What's the difference between the two?

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So you add the generally used for since isn't it.

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But failure is every bad thing. Everything that people don't like. It could be a bad habit. It could be a bad action. It could be, for example, people's plots against you, people's plan to harm you. So if you fear Allah, Allah will remove from you your bad habits. Allah will remove from you what the people's thoughts that they're making to harm you, he will protect you. Welfare law come and he will also forgive you will law who will follow

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if you look at it for con criterion that we learned about earlier, one of the meanings of Khan was one, that he will give you the ability to distinguish between what is good and what is wrong. And he will provide you a way out of every difficulty. And he will separate you from what you hear and focus on can also be described as wisdom. If you summarize all these meanings, what is it it's wisdom, it's to have insight. It's to have farsightedness. And when a person develops his insight, then what happens? Making decisions it becomes much easier for him. despite opposition, no matter what happens. He is content at heart, isn't it? He's content that hard? Because if we look at it,

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the Sahaba the prophets are a lot of them at the battle but there were only 300 and a Michigan were 1000 they left Medina for something else. And they ended up doing something else. But who saved them? Who protected them? Allah subhanaw taala Why? Because of their.

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