Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 12 – L123B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "ye accuses" in native English to indicate a person being in search of water, and the importance of shredder books to reduce the quantity of something. They emphasize the value of wealth and finding people to enjoy it, and stress the need for people to enjoy it. The speakers also mention that people may not appreciate opportunities and that they do not benefit from them.
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I was a bit lame in a ship on your regime. Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim.

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So number 123. So let's use of AI number 19, to 35.

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In the first part of the story that we learned, there were some people who came afterwards and said that now we're curious about what happens next.

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Because when you don't read a story in one go, it leaves you wondering, what happened next. So in the first part of the story, we learned that use of his lambs brothers, because of their envy, because of the envy that they had against him, they decided to get rid of him, because they wanted the exclusive attention of their father. And they were envious that their father loved use of renesola more. And we saw as to why his father would naturally have more love towards him.

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So what did they do in order to get rid of him? Some of them suggested that they should all kill him. But others said that no, don't kill him rather throw him into the wild. And he'll be picked up by someone. And whatever happens to him happens, but let's not kill him. And we learned that eventually they decided to throw him into a well, which they did.

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And they came to their father saying that he had been killed by a wolf.

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So now what happened when use of Elisa Lam had been thrown into the well. Allah subhanaw taala says wotja It's a yellow button. And there came a company of travelers. A group of travelers a caravan. It passed by the well. It came to the well.

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What do you say Yo, say Yo, is from the rural countries scene. Yeah. Or from the word save? server? Yes, zero, which means to travel. And say Yara, are a group of people who are traveling together, which is why the word sejarah is also used for a caravan. Because of the caravan, a group of people are traveling together.

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So a company of travelers came by came to what came to the well,

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it is said that the brothers of use of nslm had thrown him into the well at night, at nightfall.

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And after throwing him into the well, they returned home. It is also said that they threw him into the well during the day and they waited until nightfall to see what would happen to him.

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And then eventually, they went back home.

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And it wasn't a coincidence that very soon, a sejarah came a group of people who were traveling, they came by the well.

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Because if you look at it, that well we learned about it. Its description was that of a well, that is unconstructed that has been deserted. Nobody is looking after it.

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So how is it possible that a caravan just happened to pass by this was not a coincidence. This was the plan of a loss of data to save use of a sudden,

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the brothers threw him into the well. And very soon, a caravan pass by they camped by the well. And when they can't buy the well, what did they do for auto saloon? So they sent were either home, their water door,

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what it is from the roof gutters, well, then, and we learnt this word earlier as well in solitude, from what are the URI do, which is to arrive at water at a watering base. So for example, a person arrives at

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a water fountain.

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This is what what are the Yeti do and route to reach water.

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Basically, the word wide is used for a person who is sent in search of water

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before when people used to travel, because they will travel by foot or perhaps on their animals, it would take a very long time, it would take weeks and months.

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Just imagine if you're traveling for such a long time, weeks and months. How can you take all of your provisions with you? How can you especially water it wouldn't be possible.

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So what what do people do, they will take a little bit with them. But as they will travel, they will look for the basics for example, water and food. They will not get all of their supplies with them.

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Similarly, these people when they were traveling, they can't buy the well and they sent a person to the well to get water out of there for the rest of the travelers. Because it wouldn't be possible that everybody's looking for water. If everybody was looking for water than what would happen. It would take very long to complete the journey. So the people will be traveling but they would send one person in

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surge of water

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so where it is used for who a person who goes in search of water for the rest of the Caribbean

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so they sent there what it and what did he do further there so he let down then we're who his bucket Adena Delaware from the root letters then lamb well then and we have read this word earlier as well in total out off number 22 we learned for the letter Houma, B roof, the shape on E the letter Houma meaning he seduced them, he made them commit evil because then is actually used for a water bucket and a water bucket. What do you do with it? You throw it into the world you put it down into the world and then you put it up in order to extract water out of there.

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So for Adela he let down he dropped down Delaware who his water bucket into the well.

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Now remember that well was very deep. Remember the description of that? Well? Oh, yeah, but it'll drop

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in the darkness in the depth of a well,

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it was like a dark hole. And they didn't know what was at the bottom how much water was there? Was it dry? Was it not dry? So similarly, this person he threw down his bucket to see what's in there. Is there any water? So what happened when he threw down his bucket it is at the use of an s&m he held on to the rope. And when he held on to the rope, you wouldn't leave it. This man. As he pulled it up. He saw use of or his arm coming out from the hole from the deep well.

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Because just imagine you look down you don't see anything. You don't even see water. So you throw down the bucket hoping that some water will come out. And as you're pulling it up, you're wondering what is this heavy thing. And as he pulls it up, he sees a boy emerging out of the darkness.

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So for other Nadella and when he saw use of la Santa Ana, he said, Yeah, wish LA. Oh, good news. Hannah Hunan. This is a young boy.

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He was wondering what that heavy object was. And all of a sudden he sees a boy coming out of water. Yeah, Bushra. Oh, good news.

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What does it mean by this year? Bushra. We know that the word Yeah. is used for calling someone. It's translated as Oh. And it's used for calling someone. But this word which is helped me that Yeah. It is also used as an exclamation. It is also used for exclamation. So Yahushua Oh, good news. Just as an English language when you use the word o or Hey, are you always calling someone? No. It is also for the purpose of exclamation.

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So similarly, he says, Yeah, Bushra. Oh, good news. What good news. This is what an excellent thing this is.

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This is a hole and this is a young boy.

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It is also said that Bushra was the name of a person who was with this Why did the Why did the water drawer did not go alone. But rather he went in a form of a group where he went with another person and that person's name was bushwa.

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However, the stronger of the two opinions is the first one which I mentioned to you that Yeah, wish not. Oh, what good news. This is out of explanation out of surprise, out of great happiness, that this is a boy.

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And remember, the word Ghulam is used for a young boy.

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It is used for a young boy. Now what does this show the word woollen?

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It shows to us that use of our listener was still very young at that time. You were still very young.

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Well, so

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when they found that boy, what did they do with him? That they asked him? How did you get there? Who are you? What are you doing down there? Who put you there? Where's your home? No. But they do. As a rule of thumb.

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They concealed him as a merchandise as something for sale. They didn't even bother asking him who he was how he was had he eaten anything. Where was his home? No. They just took him and they concealed him as a merchandise. As a rule from the room Patrick's seen raw from the word set, which is to hide to conceal something.

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And the word Billa is from the roof letters Bell but I but but I

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ba ba is basically used for a commodity. A piece of merchandise, something that is for sale. Something that is sold and benefit

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Which is earned through it, or profit is earned through it. So they concealed him as a merchandise. Now the question is, why did they conceal him as merchandise? Why didn't they just take him as he was and sold him? Why did they have to conceal him hide him from the rest of the people? And who were they hiding him from?

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First of all, they hid use of artisanal from the rest of the caravan. Because imagine they had gone to extract water out of the well.

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And when they go there, who do they find? A young boy.

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And when they brought him to the rest of the caravan, they hid him from the rest of the caravan. Why? Because it's possible that the rest of the people they would say, give him to us. You're not supposed to be the master. And we can tell him and we should be the ones taking benefit? No. What did they do? They concealed him from the rest of the cabinet.

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It is also said that they hid him, they concealed him, so that no one would come and claim him to be their son, or their slave or their servant, etc, etc.

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Because just imagine you find something, just imagine you're walking and all of a sudden you find a wallet or a cell phone.

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Now when is that you pick it up, and you ask people around who does this belong to? Or you put it in a public place, so that whoever's it is they can come and claim it. But the other is that you just put it in your bag and you take it home. Why? Because if you publicize it, what's going to happen? What's going to happen? The person who owns it is going to come demanding it. So they immediately concealed him, so that no one would find him. No one would come and claim him to be their son, to be their servant to be their slave, etc.

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So, so Whoo hoo. Bedard. They conceal them as merchandise. But what does Allah say, Allah who are leemon, but Allah is Knowing, be my arm alone with whatever that they do.

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Meaning, although they were hiding use of Ernestina. They could not hide him from who Alyssa Pendleton alone was fully aware of what they were doing with him, where they were taking him what they were pretending about him.

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So what does it show to us?

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That, at times, we feel that we are left completely alone, we're left completely alone, and nobody has any idea as to what we're going through.

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Especially when everyone's turning against us, when nobody seems to have mercy for us. But what does Allah say? Allah knows, whatever they were doing, unless fully aware of what we're going through, even if we don't see compassion from the people who are around us.

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So we see that the people of the caravan, instead of helping him, instead of asking him, instead of showing any compassion to him, they took him in as a piece of merchandise.

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And very soon, they sold him

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what shampoo and they sold him be semonin for a price that was boxing that was reduced. Instead of asking him who he was, what did they do? They sold him for a very cheap price for a reduced price. Because he was done.

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If someone has stolen something, what do they want to do? They want to get rid of it immediately. They want to get just at least a little bit of benefit out of it. Which is why they try to sell it as soon as possible, isn't it so? Things that are stolen? People that have been kidnapped or things that have been taken unjustly? What do people do they try to get rid of them as soon as possible, even if there are in reality very valuable.

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They may be very valuable, but people will sell them for a very cheap price, because they want to get rid of it immediately. They don't want to wait with it. So watch Oh, they sold him from the roof at a screen via b semonin. For a price that was box boxes from the roof fetters bear policy and box is to reduce something to reduce the value of something to reduce the quantity of something with injustice.

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We learnt earlier in the story of shrayber histogram where he told the people left of a hostel NASA a share a home Do not reduce for the people there things. If a person deserves a certain number of things, then make sure you give that exact number do not reduce it. So this sold him for a price that was bucks. What does it mean by box box has been understood as very little in quantity

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If you were to sell a slave of his age of his type of his ability, then he would go for more money. But they sold him for a very little price. And it is said that it was only 20

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Just imagine only 20 they'll have this old info

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because they wanted to get rid of him immediately. Because stolen wealth no matter how valuable it is, it is sold for less.

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So a shadow will be someone in boxing the raw Hema Durham's and the raw him is a Florida

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and these are him we're Mara Duda team number Maradona is from their own factories that are that is a number.

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So there were a few limited their homes that they sold him for.

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Well Kanno and they were fee concerning him. Mendoza he been of those were indifferent. They were completely indifferent to use of a center as their hidden is a plural off their head. And it's from their own fetters. They heard that they heard that from the words of it.

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And what does it mean, to abstain from something it is basically to not have interest in something.

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This is what

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you may have heard of the terms of it as well, in which a person does not have any interest towards the worldly things. The pleasures of this world, the enjoyment of this world. And a person becomes content with less This is what's good is when a person does not have any desire for something, any inclination for something.

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Right, for example, it's possible that one person goes to the mall, and every store they looking to, you know, they start drooling over that I wish I could have that. I wish I could have that. And there is another person who was walking through the same all the same aisles. But he doesn't have interest in those things.

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What's the difference? The heart, the desire, intonation,

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one is inclined towards those things, and another person does not have any interest in those things. So what can you feed him in as a hidden, they were indifferent towards who to reduce.

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They didn't pay any attention to him. Just imagine you find a child in a well, and you don't even ask him who he is.

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Just imagine, they were so indifferent to him. They didn't care even a little bit about it.

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If you look at it, use of varicella, he was very valuable. We learned at the beginning of the story as to how good his character was, how polite he was, how gentle he was, how obedient he was. And certainly he had some very good qualities in him, which is why he was chosen for Prophethood as we can learn from the dream that he had.

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So definitely use of others and I was very valuable. And on top of that he was also very good looking extremely good looking us. And his father loved him so much that when the brothers requested, can you please let us go for one day? What did he say?

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It makes me sad that he will be away from me, I will miss him too much. Just imagine someone is so valuable. so precious, so good, so good looking so good in their behavior. And the people of the caravan don't even see that.

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They don't even realize that they don't even benefit from him or they don't even try to bring benefit to him. What do we learn from this? many lessons can be learned from this.

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First of all, we learn that a person's knowledge is very limited.

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The knowledge of men is extremely limited.

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Because a person may have something very valuable before him, but he will not value it. Why? Because he does not know about its true worth he does not know about its reality.

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For example, if you give a gold ring with a big diamond on it to a child, what is he going to think? It doesn't make any sound? Forget it. He's gonna throw it isn't it? It's not as big. It's not fun at all. He'll just throw it. You won't be interested in it at all. Perhaps the gold color and the big diamond may attraction which is why he may pick it up but he will not be interested in it for more than five or 10 seconds. You will look at it he will try to play with it and he will think okay there is nothing fascinating about it, you throw it Why? Because he does not know the true value of it.

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And at the same time if you give that same ring to a woman and she's holding it, she will continue to look at it from one side. From another side. She will wear it in

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One finger than another finger, then she will look at her hand from one angle, another angle, why? What's the difference?

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It's the difference in knowing the value of something. If a person realizes the true value of something, he will look at it completely differently.

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So what do we learn that first of all, a person's knowledge is extremely limited, he does not know the true worth of things, or the true worth of every single thing. We also see that things are the same. But different people, they view them differently, isn't it? Different people view things differently. And because of that, they benefit from it at different levels. The more interest you have in something, the more attention you pay to something, the more benefit you will extract out of it. And the less interest you show in it, the less benefit you extract out of it for yourself, isn't it? So what's the difference? Again, it's in recognizing the true potential of something. It's in

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recognizing the true ability in something. For example, there are children, some people, they look at them, and they wonder, okay, sister child, what's the big deal?

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What's the big deal? They don't bother things. They don't bother saying, how are you doing nothing at all. But it's possible that another person says Salaam to the child starts talking to him or her. And he sees a lot of potential in that job. Perhaps he will learn something from that.

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Just recently, we saw this child was a little girl. And he took out his hand to greet her to say Salaam to her.

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And she said, My mom told me I shouldn't shake hands with boys.

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I was just wondering, that man could have just said, okay, it's a child who cares, don't even say Salaam to her father has come to see me. No big deal. And many times we do this with children. But when he greeted her, when he spoke to her, he saw that Mashallah that child had such a good memory, such a good ability to distinguish between what should be done and what should not be done.

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And sometimes we don't pay any attention to children, we don't pay any attention to people who come and sit next to us. And we deprive ourselves from benefiting from them, and we deprive them from benefiting from this as well.

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So it's about having the right look, and having some interest in the things that we see in the people that we see. So that we can get benefit out of them. Similarly, older people, sometimes we happen to live with them, sometimes we happen to sit next to them. But we don't ask them about things about how to cook something, how to do something, how to look after a child, little little tips. And if you just ask them, it's possible that they will tell you about something that's going to solve many problems for you.

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We try to live in our comfort zones, we don't like to talk to people who we don't know. But the fact is that if we talk to them, about things that could be relevant to them, we could benefit a lot from them.

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Or at least they could benefit from us. Many times it may have happened with you that you go and sit at the doctor's office, or you go and sit and you're waiting somewhere. And you just happen to greet the person who's sitting next to you.

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And you end up having such a long conversation with them. And you end up telling them something about the Quran or something about the sooner, you know, something that could benefit them.

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So have interest in people pay attention. Because when you do that, only then you can extract benefit.

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Also, we see that people, many times they lose opportunities. Why? Because they don't even recognize them.

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People lose opportunities, because they don't recognize them.

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Like, for example, the people of the caravan, they didn't even bother to find out who use of an incident was as quickly as possible. They try to get rid of him. They try to sell him, which is why they were ready to sell him for a very small price even.

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So we see that people don't see the opportunities. And what's the reason behind that? Because they don't recognize them. And because they don't recognize the opportunities, they don't benefit.

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Sometimes people come sit next to us. And we don't even ask them who they are, how they're doing, where they have come from.

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And perhaps if we spoke to them a little bit, we could bring benefits them and we could also bring benefit to us.

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And if you look at it, there are many, many things which are very valuable.

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But our behavior towards them is off indifference, isn't it? Our behavior towards them is off. Off being very careless. We don't pay any attention. We don't show any interest. Like for example,

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things that are very beneficial. They come before us but we don't pay attention and hence we deprive ourselves. For example, to put on

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It's extremely beneficial. But many times, what do we do, we don't bother to open it up, we don't bother to even read it, we don't even bother to listen to it. Whereas Allah subhanaw taala says that we will hire on my own, it is better than all that people can gather, everything that people can collect the Quran is much better than all of those things.

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Similarly, if you look at it our time, it's extremely valuable. It's very, very precious, very precious. And instead of using it, many times, we're trying to kill it. We're trying to waste it, we're trying to get over it.

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Similarly, there are people, relationships that we have that are around us, but we don't benefit from them. We don't value them as much. And we waste many, many opportunities.

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We also learn a very important thing from this ayah which is that the love of wealth, what does it do to a person, it completely blinds?

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The level of wealth, it completely blinds a person. It makes you oblivious to what is truly valuable.

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If you look at it, the people of the caravan, they just wanted some money, isn't it, which is why they sold him for the cheapest price even.

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And because they wanted that money, they didn't pay any attention to who you serve. And

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what can wolfy humans say he didn't they were very indifferent to him, because they just wanted money.

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Similarly, we also sometimes out of the love of this dunya out of the love of things, we waste our time. We destroy our time. Our time is flying away, one day after the other one hour after the other, but just to get some material gain, just to get some material enjoyment. We will give up our time on those things.

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