Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 12 – L122C

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we relate alayka upon you, meaning upon you are Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Arsenal Casa see the best of stories over here in this surah in particular, we are relating upon you the best of stories the best of incidents the best of narratives.

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National Naka su na casa Coronavirus, topslotsite Casa yaku. And us Yokosuka literally means to follow something. What does it mean? To follow something? And from this the word criss cross is used for stories narratives. Why? Because in a story, who do you follow? A particular character? Isn't it? So?

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Are you follow a plot? This is what happens in a story. And ultimately look at it if you don't follow the story from the beginning. If you start listening from the middle, doesn't make sense to you. Can you get it? No. Similarly, if you don't listen to it all the way to the end, does it give you a complete meaning? No, you keep wondering what happened. There's something missing. Right? You said it's incomplete which is why they write one part and then they write another part and then they write another part and continues until eventually they give up.

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So so your concern is to follow and from this list of causes is used for stories and reset costs and pass from the same route is used for the one who narrates a story, that is the one who narrate the story correctly, accurately, as it is without making any changes without making any additions or without taking anything up.

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So no costs or alayka additional costs there. Remember that in the Arabic language, there are many other words used for stories. Like for example, the word HCA is also used for a story. similarity, the word Hadees can also be used for a story. But the word Bissau also has been used over here. Why?

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Because the purpose of mentioning the stories in the Quran is not just so that we get amused by it, we get some entertainment, we get to switch off our brain for some time, the reason as to why people watch movies, and turn the TV on so that they can switch their brain off. I don't know how that happens, Allahu Allah. But anyway, the purpose of mentioning the stories in the Quran is so that we take a lesson. And then we follow. We take a lesson. And we follow we are supposed to follow in the footsteps of the one who is being spoken about in the story.

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Like, for example, the story of new Harrison and we're supposed to follow the footsteps of who know Harrison,

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the story of use of our history, and we're supposed to follow his footsteps.

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So National nakasu alayka accidental puzzles, the best of stories, this story of use of artists in them is the best story that you've ever read, that you've ever heard, that you've ever studied.

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This thing about it, I'm sure in school, in high school in university, you've read through many books, many stories, but this story that you're about to read is the best story. Why? Because Allah Subhana

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Allah subhanaw taala telling us that.

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And you know that sometimes there is a particular story. It's been written by one author, and it's been written by another author. It's been written by many, many authors, many different publications throughout the year. For example, you may have your version of Snow White, I may have my version of Snow White, it's possible right? Over time, it's written by many people. So this story of use of RSM was also known to who the bunny is for you before.

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But the account that they had was not as good as this account of last minute it was

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not that definitely there are going to be major differences in the story. There are slight differences. But even in the way that the story is narrated, there's a clear difference. The way that Allah subhanaw taala tells us a story is far better than the way others have narrative stories.

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So nana na casa, La Liga Arsenal castles.

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And this story we relate to you be mad Oh hanaa because of what we have revealed, or through what we have revealed Bhima bear over here is understood as because and also through

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and because of this reason, this part of the eye has been understood in two different ways.

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First of all, if you connect us with Arsenal causes, that we're telling you the best story, because we are revealing it to you,

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because the story is based on why it is based on revelation, it is not a narrative of people, but rather who is telling you a lie is telling you

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and secondly, there is understood as through that we narrate the best story to you how through what we have revealed the meaning through the Quran.

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So nanocluster alayka Arsenal Casa se Bhima or hanaa alayka Heather Quran this Quran

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were in control, and indeed you were monopoly before it, meaning before the revelation of the sorta before the revelation of the Quran, you were certainly let me know how you're feeling surely among those people who are unaware, Allah feeling is a plural of, of our faith.

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And who is often one who is negligent toward something, one who does not pay attention to something because of unawareness.

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Because of not knowing about it.

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Like for example, if you don't know that it's time to pray, if you don't realize, then you will become a waffle towards the sun.

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So you understand lafleur is negligence, he listeners inattention because of lack of knowledge. And the word of law is not just used for heedlessness, but it's also used for lack of knowledge, ignorance.

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So in condemning poverty, let me know Katherine, who is being addressed over here the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that you were unaware of the story before. You were amongst those who are unaware of the story, you had no idea about it? Why? Because it hasn't been revealed to you before. And also because, as I mentioned to you earlier, the Arabs had no idea about the story. Who knew about it? Only the one Israel.

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If you see in the Quran, there are many different ways through which people have been made to understand the truth.

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In some places, Allah subhanaw taala mentioned the signs of the universe isn't itself, the sky, the sun, the moon, the rain, the mountains, the creatures that etc. A loss of planetary dimensions, the signs in the universe,

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and other places along the planetary dimensions, good news.

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And other places a loss of planetary dimensions, warnings. Why? So that? If we don't understand one way we can understand another way.

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But Allah subhanaw taala also mentioned some stories, some historical events. Why?

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Because stories are one of the most effective ways of teaching people,

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isn't it?

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One of the most effective ways of teaching people.

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If you tell somebody something through a story, it's much easier for them to understand it, it's much easier for them to remember it.

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Which is why many times people have made stories for even the main equations or even for mathematics to remember certain formulas to memorize formulas, people have made up stories.

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Why? Because through stories, it's very easy to remember stuff.

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It's very easy to take a lesson. Stories are very, very effective. So lots of problems are that says that we're relating a story to you over here.

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But on top of that, of course, is that it's the best story. The question is, when is a story good? What makes a story? What makes a story best? Or very good? What do you think? What is it that makes a story good.

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If it's based on the truth, when there is no mistakes when there are no contradictions. And when it's organized? Well, when you can derive a lesson from it. When it's detailed. People love detail. And it has a very unique plot. A very interesting plot. There is suspense. you're engaged throughout the whole story, a good storyline. And there are many different emotions.

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And it begins with the author. It begins with the author.

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Anytime that you pick up a book, you wonder, who's the author? Who is he? Who is she? What else has he written? What has she done, isn't it

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and if you've read a particular book by an author, and you see another book by the same author, if you've enjoyed that book automatically, you

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Pick it up, you won't even think about what the topic is what the discussion is about. Just because the author is someone whom you like you the state that story.

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So the call is accidental causes, or rather, this story in particular is Arsenal puzzles, because who is telling us a story a loss.

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If there's an author who is not reputable, no name is not a best seller, you're not going to pick up that book, you're not going to pick up that story, you're not going to take it. So this story is best because of last panel data has revealed the story.

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Secondly, what makes a story excellent. What makes it good? is its content. Its content? That is it based on truth or not? Is it realistic? Or not? Is it possible or not? Or is it just imaginary?

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If you look at it stories, they're found in every society and every language. Some stories are classical, which are passed on from one generation to the other. And there are some which are modern, some which are futuristic, some which are fictional. And these stories, they can be in the form of published novels, or movies, or audio books, or people are narrating them again and again. And if you look at it, most of these stories, what are they based on? Lies. When you think about children's books, children's stories I mentioned you example of Snow White,

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all of these stories, fairy tales, they're all lies. And children who grew up listening to them, watching them, thinking that they're going to become a princess someday, thinking that, you know, they're going to become very wealthy and miraculous things are going to happen with them, and there's going to be who's going to turn into a prince for them, etc, etc, imaginary world completely fictional.

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or other people they're interested in stuff that is magical, false, that is,

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that is completely hidden. Similarly, others are interested in things that are futuristic, science related. That in the future, you know, people are going to be on Mars, somewhere up in the space.

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All of these kinds of stories, they are false. They are based on lies, and they don't bring any good to the person. They don't bring any good, any good at all. Rather, they grab the thinking of people, they obsess them, they make them unrealistic, they make them unpractical. But this story, its content is completely true. It's real story. It's based on a true story. It's not fictional. It's a completely true story.

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This is why, because of the content, the story is very good.

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And what's the objective of mentioning the story so that people can take a lesson from it, so that people can take a lesson from it? Unlike movies, which are made, why, so people can take lessons? No, so that some people can get Richard, the objective of making movies is not to that you take lessons. And I'm amazed how sometimes people say, you know, if you watch this movie, you learn a lot. If you watch this, there's so many lessons to be learned.

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I mean, have we really read through the Quran? And have we taken lessons from the Quran that we think that over the Quran, we should give preference to movies, and we should watch them one after the other taking lessons from there. But the purpose of making movies is what's that some people that return and other people waste their lives. But hold on, what's the objective, the stories that are mentioned in the Quran, so that we can take a lesson, we can improve our lives and get rich and the actor. This is the objective. And this story is not like any other story. It discusses human emotions, and many great lessons are there in the story for a person to implement as a loss of prime

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data says that in the feed ellika, they're able legally.

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So this story is not just narrated to stir your emotions. Rather, it demands that a person uses his intellect reflects he ponders takes a lesson and then implements it as well.

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Also, if you look at it, what makes a story good is two main things. First of all, the character around which the entire story develops,

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if the character is very good, then you enjoy the story. But if the character is evil, vicious, nasty, very rude, very cruel, very harsh,

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then it destroys your whole enjoyment of the story. You don't enjoy it at all. So this story, the character is who he is. And who was he, a prophet of Allah. This is what makes the story best.

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Secondly, what makes the story best is the events through which the character

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develops the whole plot the whole storyline

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and the story of use of RSM contains both a memorable character and also a very good plot.

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Scholars have said that this story is called accidental causes, because in the story are mentioned profits, profits of alarm mentioned in the story Europe Uber has some use of Ernestina like for example, if a particular character is mentioned in a story and you really look up to them, you enjoy that story.

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similarity what is mentioned in the story is many righteous people asylee hain. Similarly, animal dimension in the story, kings are mentioned in the story. Businesses mentioned knowledgeable ones are mentioned. People are mentioned women are mentioned the attraction to fitness women is mentioned in the story.

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Similarly, though, hate is mentioned, as mentioned, happy times are mentioned difficult times are mentioned interpretation of dreams, people are so interested in dreams, that is mentioned in the story. politics has mentioned societies mentioned management of affairs, as mentioned, how to be patient on difficulties that is mentioned. Prison is mentioned freedom as mentioned. So many things are mentioned in the story. This is what makes the story. Excellent.

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Also, what makes the story very good is it style eloquence. And as I mentioned you that in this story, many new words are learned.

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And also what makes a story good is the fact that it's complete. If you read a story, and if it doesn't end properly, it ruins the whole story for you. It leaves you hanging,

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this story has a very happy ending, a very happy ending.

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And it's not that typical, living happily ever after. It's very realistic, happy ending.

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And also, what makes a story good. It's the clarity of description is detailed, there's a lot of detail, a lot of human emotions that are mentioned. And also it's very beneficial, very relevant. Each and every person can relate with the story. Every person can relate with the story in some way or the other. For example, there are some stories we cannot relate ourselves with the main character,

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or we cannot find ourselves in that story. But in this story, you can find yourself somewhere or the other. Either you can find yourself in the shoes of use of Alison, or in the shoes of his father or in the shoes of his brothers. You can find yourself somewhere or the other. So you can relate. And you can definitely take a lesson.

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So what is our story? How does it begin?

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Allah subhanaw taala says his father used to fool when use of artists and sadly OBE to his father.

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When did he say this? He said that he was about 12 years of age at this time. According to others, he was only seven or eight. So basically, he was a young boy at that time.

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So when he said to his father, and who was his father Yaqoob raisina.

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What did he say? That Yeah, have a tea. Oh, my dear father, in your a to indeed I saw. I had our Shotokan cabin. I saw 11 stars.

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What Shamsa and the sun, one camera and the moon. I saw all of them at home. I saw them lead to me. Sadie Dean. Once were prostrating. I saw the sun, the moon and 11 stars, frustrating before me.

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Use of our listener, Delta's father about this dream of his.

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But look at how he speaks to his father yet at MIT is from and what does that mean? Father, but other tea, about tea. This expresses love as well as respect.

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Because the year of motorcar limb it's actually supposed to be a B, A B,

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and a B, the year has been changed into a TA. And this expresses more love and more respect.

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More love and more respect. So yeah, about it. Oh, my father. It is though he is sharing something with him.

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And a child will only share something such as this with his father, when he trusts him when he has confidence in him. When he knows that my father knows he can answer me. He can tell me some children

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They're very confident about their parents. My mom knows everything. My dad is the best. And generally, this happens when when children are younger.

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My mom cooks the best food, my mom answers everything. My dad is the coolest person out there, he drives a scar or he has such nice tools, and he has such a nice bag and etc, etc. What a big computer he has. So generally, when children are young, they are very impressed by their parents, they think that they're the best people out there in the world.

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But as children grow older, what happens many times, they lose that kind of respect and begin to think that my parents don't know anything.

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But unfortunately, today, if you look at it, even children who are 10 years age, 12 years of age, or seven or eight, even they consider their parents to be completely ignorant, that you don't know, you have no idea.

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Now whether or not your parents know whether or not you can relate with them, what is our duty that we must respect them.

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And look at how use of our listen and respect his father, he knows that his father is a prophet of Allah. He knows that.

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And when he has a dream, he goes and shares that with him.

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And look at how he addresses him. Yeah, of it. Oh, my dear father.

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And it's sad when we see people who are ordering their mothers around, ordering their fathers around as if they're younger than them as if they're their servants. That Mom, how could you do that? What are you doing Mom, dad go away. This is how they address their parents. There should be some respect, some etiquette that must be visible when a person is addressing his parents use of medicine, he addresses his father with a lot of love.

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So he says in your ad to our agents in the room factors that are Hosea

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which means to see something and this word is general it is to see something in a dream. Or even to imagine something in the mind or to see something physically, it can be used in different ways. Over here, it means that I saw in my dream, a Hydra shadow one and 10 meaning 11 cocoa and stars

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and cocoa is used for a star that is very big. And it's also very bright.

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was shown so well. Pamela so 11 distinct stars he saw the sun and the moon I saw them all. Sagittarius Sagittarius is a plural upside. And sajith is one who is in the position of such that

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what is such that

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when a person puts his head on the ground, this is what actually such that means. This is maruf such them.

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But figuratively, some say that the word sector can also be understood as one who is lowering himself before the other one who is lowering himself before the other. Why? Perhaps out of respect. So I saw the sun in the moon and the stars frustrating to me. How is that possible? The sun is round. How is it going to put its head underground? How do you understand that?

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A low art and what the reality is perhaps he saw them lower in position than

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perhaps he saw them bending in front of him alone.

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So I saw them bending or prostrate before me.

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Use of Ernestina was the son of your Cobra s&m as we discussed earlier. And this event it took place approximately 1800 years before recycling center.

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So when did you serve I said I'm have this dream.

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Approximately 1800 years before we started the center

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and at this time we are Cooper is lemonis family they used to live in canal in Palestine.

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And use of our SNM had a younger brother whose name was bieniemy. And these two meaning use of and Vinnie I mean we're from the same mother. They were from the same mother

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and your covariance Salaam had 10 other sons as well 10 other children as well, but they were from a different mother.

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So in total, how many boys were they? How many brothers were they 12

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so use a very seldom saw 11 scars. So the scholars they have said that the 11 stars they represent his brothers, who do they represent his brothers and the sun and the moon they represent his father and mother respectively. The sun is the father and the moon is the mother. And according to others, it's the other way around. that the sun is the mother and the moon is the Father.

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If you look at it, stars are visible at what time during the night and the moon is also visible.

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During the night,

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if the sun is there, you cannot see the stars and the moon.

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So the fact that he saw the sun and he saw the moon and he saw the stars, all of them frustrating to him at the same time, this was something very different. This was something very unique.

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And the fact that they were prostrating before him, this was also very unique. So he knew that this dream had some kind of meaning. So he didn't just let it go. He went and he told his father about that Father, I had this dream.

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Or he said, the father replied jacobellis, and and replied that he had been a year. Oh, my dear son, he doesn't say, if any, what does he say? boonah here,

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and juneja. This is called Islam does leave. What does it mean by that does lead us into fetters saw the lane drop? sullied, which is to be small,

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does lead is the diminutive, you can say, when a noun is made small when a word is made small. So it's the diminutive it's that as lead off the word even when I hear is that this lead of the word even, you might say even as only three letters, and over a year looks very big. So it's not just smaller in spelling, it's smaller in you can see pronunciation or it's made different in order to make it small.

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And every language has this aspect in it, that when words are made small in their pronunciation, or their settings are changed to express more love.

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Like for example, if you see a kitten, and you really like it, what are you gonna call it? A little kitty? Or for example, a kid even a child, what are you gonna call him? Kitty? chick, cheeky, why? To show love?

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Although the Spelling's are increasing, but the word it just looks smaller. So the same way buena yet is it this lead of Eman? And why is this done? For two reasons. First of all, for love to show more love to express more love. And this is called the sweet hubby.

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And secondly, it is also done for the purpose of the athlete. What does that mean? to belittle to insult democ

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so he says to him, Oh my dear son, let the puzzles do not narrate yakka your dream. Do not tell your dream to who are that hortica to your brothers. Which brothers, your 11 brothers. Why?

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Because if you tell them for your key do so they will plot lacquer for you Caden a plot,

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they will plot against you. Why? out of jealousy against out of envy, they will become jealous of you and they will plot against you.

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Because the implication of the dream was quite obvious that Allah subhanaw taala was going to choose and favor use of a sinner.

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We learned earlier that Ibrahim or SLM was made the email of the different people and in his progeny was the prophets of Allah.

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So before your Kubernetes Sam, his father, his half was also a prophet. Now, he was also a prophet.

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One of his children was also supposed to be a prophet. So this dream, it showed that use of Edison was going to be the chosen one. The sun, the moon 11 stars are frustrating to him.

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So when he realized that he warned is that don't tell your brothers about this dream,

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because if you tell them, they will become envious of you, they will begin to plot against you for your ketola Caden.

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And it's not that they're evil. The fact is that English atana indeed the shavon lil Insan. For the human being, he is our Lulu movie, and he's an open enemy. He's an open enemy, that your brothers, they are your brothers, but after them is who shaitan and shaytan is an open enemy to human beings. He will put what was on their heart, and he will inspire them to harm you to plot against you. So don't tell them about this dream of yours.

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jacoba sam, he feared that if user friendly Sam did tell the brothers, then what would happen they would begin to become jealous of him.

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Because parents, they understand their children, variants and older children, that who is more patient who is more tolerant, who is more obedient and who is more disobedient or who is more rebellious or who is more generally

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Especially if their sibling rivalry, parents are very well aware of it. They know from the very beginning, that, for example, the older child does not like the fact that I say this to the younger child, or that I look at him in this way. Parents are very well aware of it.

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And Jaco renessa was also very aware of his children. This is why he told us are very sad. I'm not to tell the brothers.

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What does this show to us that we should be extra careful around who a person who is envious use of our time is being told by his father, don't tell your brothers, there is no need to tell them, I'm going to lie, it's a good dream. It's a blessing of Allah. But you don't need to publicize it. Because if you publicize it, that what's going to happen those who are envious of you, they are going to try to harm you.

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This teaches us that if we are around those people who do not like us, who are envious towards us, we don't know the hearts of people, but it's very obvious by the behavior of people.

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So when you're around such people, then what does it mean? What does it mean?

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Be very careful. You don't need to mention about your wealth, about your money about your grades. You don't need to do that, because this is going to lead to problems in your life.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that, earn help, seek help for fulfilling needs by being discreet, by being discreet, for every owner of a blessing is envied. For in Nicola De Niro Mateen marsuit, every owner of a blessing is envied by others.

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So when you make plans, do not announce them to everyone. Rather be discreet. It doesn't mean we have to keep everything secretive. So that other people always have to be in search of what's going on in our lives. But what does it mean that if you intend to do something important, which is going to be very beneficial for you, be discreet about it don't go and publicizing it. Because if you publicize it, other people will become envious of you. Can you think of an example.

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For example, if a woman she gets a proposal from someone, and she finds out that another person in the family was also expecting the same proposal.

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Now she just gets a proposal and she publicizes it, she tells all her friends, you know, so and so proposed to me. Now, this could lead to hazard in the hearts of other people. be discreet.

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Similarly, if you earn a particular amount of money, you need to tell people about it. I earn over 50,000 iron over 60,000. Why? What's the objective? What's the purpose?

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Similarly, if you get good grades, all the time, or for example, your teacher has said something positive to you. Now, you can mention it to for example, one or two friends whom you know are very sincere to you. But if you talk about it openly publicly, then what's going to happen it's going to lead to other people being envious of you.

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So what does this teach us? the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala yes for my veneer material because I had this do talk about a dimension, but you don't need to publicize it to everyone, especially to those people who are envious against you. Or who could possibly become envious because every person who has a blessing he is envied.

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Some people they show their enmity they show their jealousy but other people they don't they don't show it so you have to become extra careful.

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