Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 12 – L120C

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Hud 84-101 Word Analysis and Tafsir 87-90


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The speakers discuss the importance of not wasting time and not wanting to beullied with promises. They emphasize the need for control and avoiding false accusations, and stress the importance of bringing together things in one's life to achieve a task. The speakers also emphasize the importance of trusting oneself and not seeking forgiveness, as it can lead to negative consequences. They stress the need to rephrase intentions and communicate with others, and emphasize the importance of not acknowledging one's actions and not seeking forgiveness.

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They said yes you're able OSHA right

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now they respond to him that OSHA is a solid does your Salah moorooka command you does your site outcome and you that are not Roca that we should leave my Yabu Abba una what our forefathers used to worship

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or does your solar command you that enough either that we do feel unworthy now with our wealth manager whatever we please

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also Allah Takata maruka Sala is used in various ways generally it is used for the salvato Hamza five daily prayers that we pray that begins with the creator and ends with the Salah.

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But the word Salah is not just used for that. It's also used for

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prayer making the right to Allah.

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Similarly, the words for that also applies to the religion because Salah is a symbol of what religion it's a symbol of Deen. It's other shy if a person prays the Salah What do you know? What do you realize that he is committed to the deen? And if a person does not pray the Salah even then what does that show you about his Deen? He's not that serious at all. He's not committed at all.

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Similarly, the word slaughter also is used for recitation.

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recitation. And it's also used for email. So over here, when they say that, yes, you are able to contact moroka. Does your Salah command you? Meaning does your worship tell you? Does your way of prayer command you? Does your religion command you?

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Meaning what they're saying is that such a command is an absurdity, which no person calling to good would come at.

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What you're saying is completely absurd. And a person who is calling to good would never say such a thing to us. You're telling us that we should not worship those beings whom our forefathers used to worship, that we should not go to the graves of the saints whom our forefathers have always been going to this is what you're telling us

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is your son are telling you to do this. Meaning, if you're supposed to be calling to good, you would not be telling us to do something like that.

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Similarly, does your Salah tell you? Does your religion tell you that you should command us that we cannot do whatever we want do with regards to our wealth? Who are you to interfere in our personal affairs? We should be allowed to do whatever we want with our money. Who are you? Mind your own business? Outside Africa, Morocco. And over here, look at how they address him Asada. Does your Salah tell you to do this. This is like taunting someone for a righteous deed that they perform.

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It is happening that he used to pray a lot. So they're in a way mocking attempt that yes, you're so religious, you're so holy. You're so pious. And it's because of your piety that you're telling us that we should not worship what our forefathers used to worship. So Assad Attica maruka and natalka marabu Abba una. Oh unef infp Amalia, Manisha. Meaning it's our wealth. It's our wish we should be allowed to do whatever we want to do. What does your Salah have to do with our wealth?

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If we want to cheat, if we want to cause loss to the others, if we want to charge them extra, if we don't want to fulfill what the view of other person is, it's our choice. It's our business. Religion must not interfere with finances. And many people, they have the same objection today as well. They say my faith is in my heart, my faith is in the mosque. But when I'm working, when I'm making money, then religion must not interfere with that at all.

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This kind of concept is incorrect.

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Because if you look at it, where does a person get his money from?

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From who? Who gives him the ability who gives them the opportunity who gives him that job? Who allows him to get that position and to be successful in his business of Lhasa penalty?

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So if Allah is giving you that money, he is providing you the means to earn that money, then is it not right that you should acquire that money use that money, according to the commands of Allah subhanaw taala. And besides, what does that mean? Does it rather only mean ritual worship? No, it means every action that a las panatela approves off

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in everything.

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So they don't like the idea that you're a business and I'm telling them to change their economical system to change their work ethic.

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Because they think that religion should not interfere with such matters.

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In Nicola until Halima Rasheed, indeed you are very forbearing and very discerning, very rightly guided, you're very religious, you're very holy. Why do they say this? to market him?

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In order to taunt and look at the words that they use in their color until Halima rashie,

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Halima Sundaram fetters hyla mean, hello.

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And what is happening.

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Tolerance is basically to have such a control over oneself over one's behavior, that at times of extreme anger, a person is able to control himself.

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You know, sometimes people say I cannot control myself, when I'm sleepy, I have to sleep when I'm angry, I have to yell. When I'm hungry, I have to go eat when I'm getting bored, I have to leave. Some people have no control over themselves.

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When I want to talk to my friend, I just have to call her when I want to go outside I just go outside when I want to sit I just sit when I want to lie down I just lie down no rules nothing. What does it mean a person does not have any Hill.

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Hill is the ability to control yourself, control your behavior. So that at times of anger, a person does not explode.

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And this is tolerance that you can tolerate. The difficulty you can tolerate what goes against your enough's you can tolerate the other people's behavior, the other people's reactions. You can tolerate the hunger, you can tolerate the terrorist you can tolerate the boredom, quote, unquote.

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This is what helmets

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and Hill is also used for Apple for internet.

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It is also used for intellect. Why?

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When you control your emotions, then you can think rationally. And only people who use their mind can control their emotions can have a good control over their behavior.

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People who are logical people who think that what am I saying? What am I doing? I shouldn't be lying down right now I should be studying. I shouldn't be sitting like this I should be selling property.

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So haleem is from hinden, which is tolerant and it's also used for Aqua.

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And Rashid isn't veterans raishin. That was what does rich mean?

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rectitude, right guidance,

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right conduct maturity.

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So Rasheed is one who is rightly guided, one who has right conduct, one who is mature.

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So they say to him, you're very tolerant, and you're very rightly guided.

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Why did they say this to market him? So this is a comment in order to taunt him in order to market him that are you the only righteous person left to change the world.

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And you are haleem you're supposed to be tolerant, yet you cannot tolerate what we're doing. Like for example, people say that, oh, this religion is supposed to be the religion of peace? Yes, it's very peaceful. Look at how they punish their criminals in a very peaceful way. Sometimes people do this, they mock, they make fun. This is exactly what the Satish shrayber incident, that you're supposed to be tolerant, what happened to you, you cannot tolerate how we run our businesses. You cannot tolerate how we deal with one another?

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And are you the only righteous person left in this world to change the world? Are you the only person who knows what right isn't? What wrongest? You seem to be very intelligent, very right minded. So why do you criticize us? What kind of a flop is this? What kind of behavior is is that you're telling us that what we're doing is wrong?

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So they begin taunting him, they begin to market him.

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What can you see in this ayah?

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That, first of all, these people when they respond to him? They don't have a justification at all. They don't use any evidence. What do they do? They mock at his Salah, the market has intelligence they market his tolerance, the market his brushed at his right guidance and the market is religion.

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That what kind of religion is this? That you are telling us what to do with our wealth? religion should not interfere with our wealth with our financial measures. religion should only be limited to the masjid.

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So what is the lesson in this for us in this ayah

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that when we are doing the work of Deen when we're telling people when we're advising people, be open to such criticism.

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Be open to such criticism people will attack you will attack what your piety

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they will say to you, you think that if you wear the hijab, you will change the world. You think that you if you wear their hijab, you

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have become very righteous. You think that if you were studying the Quran you you're going to bring about a revolution.

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That if you're teaching the Quran, you're going to be the most successful person.

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People, don't you when they don't have anything else left to see? And this is a sign that they are defeated.

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He says, What is his response that he called me or my people? Or item? Have you ever considered? Have you ever thought about this

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that encounter Alibaba unity Marathi

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if I am upon clear evidence from my Lord,

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have you ever thought about this? That if I am unclear evidence from my Lord, what does it mean by by you know,

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a man religion you think certainty, evidence.

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So if I am unclear evidence, meaning, if what I'm saying is based on knowledge on evidence that my Lord has given to me middle of be it's from my Lord. Allah has given me this knowledge, Allah has given me this Prophethood.

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And I'm upon clear guidance to which I am calling you to incontournable unity myth or be

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whatever What is your county, and he has provided me men who from himself visit on hessen and a good provision

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of money from their own countries, but as a cost risk is all from the same route. And what does risk mean provision.

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But remember that the word it is does not just include money, or food, or clothes or house, but what is included everything that is beneficial for a person, whether it is tangible or intangible. So it includes everything. It includes relationships, it includes time, it includes opportunities.

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So Allah has provided me from himself, this one has a good provision.

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What does it mean by this good provision?

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This has been understood in two ways. First of all, Prophethood

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as we learned earlier, in the incidence of the previous messengers as well, that we learned, that by you know, was mentioned and Baraka was mentioned, and in each situation we understood Rama as Prophethood. So over here as well, this can happen and means Prophethood.

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Secondly, this kind of Hassan is understood as tangible risk, meaning halaal risk halaal provision free from how long? That is the year? That is plenty. So if Allah has given me this one hasn't been good risk, pure risk halaal risk, should I blemish it with that which is unlawful?

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Why is he saying this over here?

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Basically, Srebrenica is presenting his own example.

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He's presenting his own example, that other item, don't you see me? My example is before you, I survive without doing anything. Hmm.

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Because sometimes people think that if you don't use unfair means you cannot survive in this world. If you don't get a house on rubber, then you can never buy a house. If you don't get a car on lease, and you can never own a car. If you don't take interest if you don't give interest and you cannot survive in this world. This is what people think.

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And they say that, oh, we are compelled, we are forced by necessity by the situation the situation does not allow us. It's impossible to live in an absolutely halaal way, in this day and age. Isn't this what people say today? That's what people thought even at the time of Srebrenica.

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But what does he do? He gives His own example. That look, you think it's impossible? It's not impossible. Take my example. I have I have broken up. I know about what is right, what is wrong, what is permissible, what is not permissible. And Allah has given me this fun hesitant risk that I have acquired through completely halaal ways, completely 100 ways.

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And sometimes we need to open up our eyes and look for halal options. Why do we think that the Haram option is the only option? It's not the only option that's there? Why do we think that a job that is haram in the type of work that it is is the only option left for you in this world? It's not the only option. There are many other options out there as well.

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So Allah has given me that is unhackable and if I can do it, you can do it too.

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And if Allah has given me this kind of hassle, and why should I blemish it with something that is unlawful? Why should I pollute my clean wealth with unclean wealth

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will not lead to and I do not wish and that I should oppose you, Ella to match that which and how, come on who I forbid you from

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quantify it from newsletters, ha Lanza PDF. And what this allows me to go against someone, to contradict someone to oppose the difference.

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And this word has an effect when it's followed by ILA, it gives a sense of opposing something, and then doing it, like, for example, the person says, Don't do it, but then he does it himself.

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He tells the child don't lie, and he lies himself. This is what Holly for era needs, it is to oppose something and then do the same thing.

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So I do not intend to oppose you concerning that which I have forbidding you from.

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In other words, I practice what I preach.

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If I tell you do not use unfair means, even I do not use unfair meats.

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And as I mentioned to you, Srebrenica was up the noblest amongst them, when it came to his lineage.

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And the inability of a person was not just understood by his lineage, but also by his wealth by his material success.

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So he was also successful in the material sense.

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So he says to them, that if I'm telling you to not use unfair means, it's not that I am using unfair means no, if I tell you to stay away from it, even I stay away from it, but look at my money, I have earned it through halaal, then can you not do the same, of course, you can do the same. So I do not oppose my own statements. Because a person who contradicts his own statements, then what happens there is no weight in what he says.

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We learned earlier into the record that at that Marina, NASA will vary with Antonia and Prosecco.

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Similarly, in sort of stuff, number three, we learned a couple of marks that are in the light and dakolo magnetic

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grid is hatred in the sight of a lot that you say what you do not do.

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In odd, I do not want in Islam, except reformation.

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Meaning My goal is to rectify the situation. My goal is improvement. I want good for you. I don't want corruption for you. I'm not telling you to do all of these things, or to refrain from these things. Because I want you to suffer a decline in your business. No, I'm telling you this, because in the long run, it's better for you. I only want good for you must apply to whatever I am able,

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is the farthest from the truth. veterus thought, well, rain from the word is Tito and his guitar his ability. So I only intend to reform according to my capacity. And what is my capacity that I can only tell you.

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In other words, I cannot compel you, I cannot force you.

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My job is to convey

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I am telling you what you should be doing. I don't contradict my own statements. And if you don't listen to me, I'm not going to compel you, I'm not going to force you.

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My duty is only to do Islam, according to my capacity. And my capacity is just to convey not beyond that.

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When I turn 50, and not my trophy, my trophy is only from who illa Billah except with Allah. What does it mean by this?

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That if I have been given the ability that they'll feel,

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earn money through halaal ways to keep it all halal and pure,

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then this is only by the mercy of Allah. This is only by the trophy. This is not my own accomplishment.

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Because many times that happens with people, they're looking for Halloween options, but they're unable to find it. They're avoiding the hat on but they're unable to. So if I have been given this ability, it is from all of us.

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And secondly, delfy also applies to other acts of obedience or in doing this law. My ability comes from who have a meaning I can only accomplish as much as Allah will allow me to accomplish. But the question is, what is the word tofield? Me we have heard this word so many times before.

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delfy comes from the veterans welfare cough. Well fell off work

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and what is to be right and proper?

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Basically, what literally is reconciliation. When things come together

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when they meet perfectly, not coincidentally, but perfectly at the right time in the perfect way.

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Like for example, you intend to meet a certain family member of yours

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You haven't spoken to them for a while, you want to see them.

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Now, by chance, what happens you go to your mother's house, not to meet that relative, but by chance you find them over there as well. This is what everything coming together in your favorite. You wanted to meet them, but you weren't being able to what happens, you go somewhere and you find them over there, this is not a coincidence. Generally, we turn these incidents as what a coincidence, this is not a coincidence. This is what though he that when things have been brought together in your favor, so that you can accomplish a task. Similarly, you want to do your homework, what happens? First of all, you get the assignment on time, because you come to school, you find it, you

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get it, you can print it on time. Similarly, you get the time to do it as well.

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Let's say your husband is very cooperative with you have these two hours you do your assignment, I'll keep the kids

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now, everything was in your favor.

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This is what is when everything comes together, when there is reconciliation between all the means, all the means they come together, enabling you to accomplish your task. And who allows this to happen for all means to come together at the right time.

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Allah Subhana

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Allah subhanaw taala. So trophies is the ability as well as the opportunity to do something because sometimes you may have the ability, you have the physical strength, but you cannot find the opportunity. Sometimes you have the opportunity, but you don't have the ability

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to to feel is when opportunity and ability both of them they meet together and you're able to accomplish a task.

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So will not have up a La Villa, what is it Sophie's referring to the ability to earn halaal risk.

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Similarly, the snowflake refers to other acts of obedience, or in my doing Islam, I can only accomplish whatever Allah will allow me to accomplish

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on a need to upon him, I have put my trust, because when it comes to making money, especially through halaal ways you really have to put your trust upon,

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isn't it? Because if you trust upon interest you trust upon insurance and all of these other things, it's possible that you end up in something that is unlawful.

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So our later we'll call upon him only I trust what he need. And to him I turn repeatedly we need from the fetters known while but nope. And nope is to return repeatedly, again and again, over and over again. So every time I have a problem, every time I'm suffering from a financial problem, financial loss, some risk, who do I turn to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And this is something that we need to do as well. That when it comes to making money, sometimes we completely rely on statistics, or insurance, or interest or income, etc, etc, different things depending on how a person is making that money. But we see that every time a person has a problem, who should return to a loss of hundreds or in a unit I seek his help.

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So in this ayah many things have been taught.

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First of all, in this ayah we learned about the etiquette of giving Dawa.

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And secondly, we also learned in this ayah about the correct way of acquiring money. How is it that a person is able to acquire holiday money, both of these things can be learned from desire.

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If we focus on the etiquettes of giving power, first of all, we see that he says at the beginning of the year that Allah subhanaw taala has given me by Hina and respond hasn't. And if we take that to be knowledge and Prophethood What does it mean that before giving Dawa? What do you need?

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knowledge you need to learn? If you don't know, what are you going to convey? What are you going to tell people? So first of all, learn.

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Secondly, he says that I do not contradict my own statements.

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I do not contradict my own statements. It's not that I've exempted myself from the teachings that I give you. What lesson does that teach us?

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practice what you preach that whatever you tell others, do it yourself as well.

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And a person who does this, that he does whatever he says as well. He has more weight in his speech. And he has a right to advise someone. Thirdly, he says I intend Islam

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in Islam. And this is something that we also need to do that when we're doing Dawa our intention, our objective should be reformed.

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That we need to wish well for the people always keep reformation in mind.

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Because sometimes what happens we just want the other person to listen to

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And in doing that, we watered down the content, we alter it, or we agree with them 100% in whatever that they say, even if what they say is wrong. Why? Because we want to make them happy. We don't want them to disagree with us. This is not going to lead to Islam. Islam is when you present right as right. And when you present wrong as wrong, not that you jumble the two together so that the other person finds it acceptable, and he's willing to accept you.

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The purpose is different than what is the purpose and you want to become acceptable. Whereas if the purposes is law, you will keep right as right and wrong as wrong. So this is something that we need to keep in mind when doing our intent is law, your objective should be to fix things, not to let things be as they are. Fourthly, we also learn that we should do whatever that we are capable of doing.

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Because he says, must authority, according to my capacity, according to my ability. So do what you're capable of doing?

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And what is it that you're capable of doing? conveying the message, you cannot force the other people to accept your message, you cannot force the other people to change their ways immediately overnight.

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Your job is to convey that is your ability and leave the rest to Allah.

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Convey, make the other people understand. Remove their confusions, remove their doubts, answer their questions, and then leave the rest of them. Then we also learn that when you do achieve success, especially when given the power, for example, you're telling people when people start listening to you,

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you tell somebody about something and immediately you see a change in them, then what should you think

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that this is from the TOEFL, don't give credit to yourself, give credit where credit is due, because you're only a means you're only a person, you only told them in reality who changed their heart. Allah subhanaw taala you did not change their heart.

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Then we also learned a very important lesson with regards to that one which is trusting Allah Subhana Allah Ito

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because sometimes when you're doing Dawa, what happens people threaten you. Like, for example, the people Srebrenica them they said to him, as we learned in sort of an hour off at that linoleum agenda charade, we're going to expel you.

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So what does he say? I have trusted upon him.

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When you're doing the hour, sometimes people will threaten you. Sometimes people will say bad things about you, they will turn to you.

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So in that case, what are you supposed to do trust upon Allah?

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And then the final thing that we learned from this ayah is

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what? What do we learn from that when doing Dawa? ask Allah for help at every step. At every step, this is very important.

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Because sometimes what happens, you're trying to talk to the other person, but you feel as if the words are not coming out of your mouth.

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If he does it, you cannot muster up the courage to even say something. It is sometimes you have to start and you don't have that strength to start.

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Or sometimes you just get stuck in the middle. They say something you don't have an answer to that. Then what should you do? ask Allah for help. ask Allah for guidance. Either you need at every step turn to Allah seeking his help. So when you fulfill these conditions, then inshallah people will listen. And even if they don't, at least you will be confident that you have done your job.

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You have done your job.

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Now from the side, we also learn about what about how to earn through halaal ways.

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If we focus on that, what do we learn that first of all, learn about what is halal? What is how long?

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When we go through university for four years for five years, doing one course after the other, taking one certification after the other? What is all that about? How to make the money

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in that they don't teach you what is lawful, what is unlawful?

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But what is our responsibility, that if we're learning how to make money, in the secular sense, then we should also learn as to what is permissible, what is not permissible?

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Because it's possible that out of ignorance, we do something that is completely unlawful, completely unlawful.

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And this is where gaining this type of knowledge becomes fourth terrain, it becomes an obligation upon every single individual or it becomes an obligation upon you as an individual, it becomes mandatory upon you to learn about it. Why? Because you're dealing with it every day.

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So before going into this, know what is permissible, what is not permissible.

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what do we

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Know that if we find out about what is permissible, and what is not permissible, and we're spreading awareness, we're sending emails, then at the same time we should also adopt the correct means ourselves. It should not just be limited to notebooks. The knowledge should not just be limited to books that yes, I took that course. I studied about that. However, I'm not applying it. No, you're supposed to apply it as well. Because sometimes people have learned a lot about this kind of stuff. But when it comes to applying, it's not there, we need to apply it as well.

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Then what else do we learn? When it comes to earning money through Hillel ways? What etiquette do we learn from this ayah earlier we learned that utilizado local, that whatever you have leftover at the end from Allah is much better for you. So even if it's less, be content with it, be satisfied with it.

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Don't spend the money you don't have, don't look for things that you don't have.

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we contend with whatever Allah subhanaw taala has given you. Similarly, we also learned that we should ask Allah for trophies. ask Allah for the ability to provide us with lawful opportunities.

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Because such opportunities come from who only a loss of time

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and when you have been given the ability to earn money through hallways, thank Allah for it. Well, metaphysically elaborately thank Allah for it. And Allah Ito called to trust upon him

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and turn to him as well. At every step whenever you're facing problems, will call me and all my people he says to them, that layer driven acoem it should not incite you. It should not compel you. What should not compel. You should copy my opposition. My descension

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yejide man is on the roof letters Diem ra me. We have learned this word earlier as well into the night either wilayah Gentlemen, no Commissioner, an omen that the enmity of people should not force you should not compel you should not incite you should not urge you to do that which is wrong.

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So yejide madness is basically when someone is urged when someone is incited to do something wrong to send to commit an offense. Jerome is what an offense a crime. So lie gerrymander calm, it should not urge you to commit the crime. What should not urge you to copy what is your

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opposition division.

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So the fact that I disagree with you, I am on the other side. I am not doing what you're doing. I differ in my ways from you. This should not lead you to I usually back home that it reaches you miss Luma or Saba cow manure. Similar to what reach the people of new heights Center.

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Our or Alma hood, the people of good

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old karma family are the people of Salahuddin center.

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Meaning the punishments that reach those people. Don't let that punishment reach you just because of your bias against me, just because of your difference from

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one to three men can be varied. And the people of Luther isrm are not far from you at all.

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burritos for new members bearing that birth. What does it mean to be fun? What does it mean by this, they're not far from you.

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First of all, in time, that very recently, the people of Lutheranism were destroyed very recently, not too long ago.

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And secondly, buried in place that in place as well. They were situated very close to the people of loot arisa.

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As I mentioned you to the people of Lutheranism, even they were situated where in the area between hijas and a sham. Even these people were situated between the area of hijas and Russia.

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So sure I'm gonna send him he advised us as a nation, that do not let your hatred and enmity of me cause you to persist in your wrong ways.

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That just because you don't like me, just because you have a bias against me, does not mean that you have to persist in your wrong ways. Because if you persist in those wrong ways, and what's going to happen,

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the punishment that was afflicted on the previous people might also affect you.

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You see that as a human weakness, that when a person develops hatred for someone, when a person develops enmity against someone, even if the other person is right.

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Even if he's right, we're not ready to accept it. We become stubborn. It's a part of human nature. So now just because they different from Srebrenica them, they developed hatred against him. They developed a difference from him. He's warning them that just because we differ from one another does not mean you have to persist in your long ways.

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If you persist, what's going to happen? The punishment is going to descend upon you.

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So we see that the Messenger of Allah, He understood this mindset of people, that they have developed this bias. And he's addressing that. And he's warning them that do yourself a favor. By changing your ways. If you change your ways, it's not that you're doing me a favor, who or you're doing a favor to yourself,

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was that fedorova come and seek forgiveness from your Lord. So matobo a hidden turn in repentance to him. in the lobby, indeed, my Lord, He is over Haman. He is merciful and he's also a dude, he is also loving.

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Look at the names of Allah that He mentions, he warns them and he also encourages them that seek forgiveness for all the wrongs that has happened in the past. Allah is merciful, he is loving, be hopeful, he will forgive you and undoable Allah, He changed your ways, change your practices.

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Because sometimes what happens, we find out what is halal, what is wrong, we feel bad for some time, we seek forgiveness, we say that all you know we have been doing wrong since so long. But when it comes to changing our ways, we don't change. We don't we stay right there. So he says to them to repent as well change your ways as well. And my lord is for him and he's also a dude.

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The name of Allah subhanaw taala will do is from the root letters. Well, that that well that that from the word would, what the word with that is also from the same root all of these are muster.

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And what do they mean love? Basically the word would or what is to hope for something? It is to wish for something too long for something desperately. Like we learn that Obama Yeah, what do Latina cafaro low canon Muslim, that many times the disbelievers will wish that they were believers? They will wish Yeah, what do he will wish? So what is to have a desire for something?

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And when this word is used for love, it means extreme love, intense love.

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So Allah subhanaw taala is where Dude, what does it mean by that? This has been understood in several ways.

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First of all, we should understand the word whether it's under structure of ferule.

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And ferule is a structure of mobile.

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And for all, sometimes gives the meaning of feral. And other times it also gives the meaning of mob rule.

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Just as a structure furreal gives a meaning of Farrell and sometimes it also gives meaning of my role. Can I speak in this language now? Can I use these terms now? I'll explain them as well. But just let me know if I'm allowed to use these terms though.

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Because so far, I've been controlling myself a lot, but since I found out that you have returned, which took off I want to become free a little bit.

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So we'll do it for all is used for five. What does it mean by that? It gives the meaning of one who does the action just like furreal gives the meaning of one who does the action, like Rahim is one who shows mercy for eat.

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But for all alternatives the meaning of life rule meaning one on whom this action is being done. Like for example, regime, it gives a meaning of Mark June regime is one who has been repelled. Understand. So what dude, first of all means what? What does it mean by that? Meaning one who is very loving,

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one who is very loving, very loving towards his creation, towards his righteous servants, what one who loves one who rewards one who intensely loves and this is something that we can see in how Allah soprano data provides for every single creature. how Allah subhanaw taala has placed love in the art of different creatures for one another. So Allah is being his word, he is very loving.

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Secondly, it is understood as one who grants love one who puts love in the hearts of people in the hearts of creation.

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Like for example, we see that certain animals, just thinking about them. What do you think of like for example, a lion? Do you think about any mercy, any love? No. When you think of a wild beast you don't think of love. However, Allah subhanaw taala has also placed love in the hearts of these creatures, which is why they're loving and caring towards who towards their offspring. Perhaps not towards one another sometimes but at least

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With their offspring.

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And similarly in the hearts of people, like for example, instead of Miriam I never 96 we don't say Gerardo lahoma Romana would

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that those people who believe along we'll put love for them in the hearts of others. And thirdly, we're dude also means mo do it gives me enough room. What does it mean by that? Meaning one who is loved the beloved.

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Meaning, he is beloved to who?

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To those who believe in him.

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He is beloved in the hearts of his friends, when they realize his blessings towards them.

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So in honor of being a human will do, my lord is merciful, and he's also very loving. He's so caring, turn to Him, seek forgiveness, repent to Him, and He will forgive you and He will forgive you for your mistakes, no matter what you've done.

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So we learn in this verse that a person who seeks forgiveness, a person who repents, then he becomes worthy of allows the Dharma and also allows love, he becomes worthy of Allah's mercy

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