Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 13 – L126C

Taimiyyah Zubair
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was a bit lacking in the shade line for James Smith. For him

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when I met and when I first saw it, it departed, but departed unreal, the caravan

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when the Kevin departed, meaning when the caravan departed from Egypt towards going on other he said, who said a womb their father,

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their father, who was in kinda on he said to the rest of his children or his grandchildren who were there, he said in me, indeed, I that he do, surely I find, I feel, I sense the high use of the fragrance of usage.

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I can sense it. He is wondering if that was wrong. Well, he knew that vive means wind. But he is also used for smell. It is also used for fragrance.

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So I can smell the fragrance of use of

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Lola, even if and Tiffany, don't you think me week in mind. Even if you think I've gone crazy, I say that I can smell use of

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because every person has a unique smell, isn't it? Every person has a unique fragrance. And you can tell you know, if you cannot see them, if you just smell their hands, you can tell who that person is. Right? If you smell somebody's clothes, you can tell who it belongs to. Just by the fragrance,

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even little children, even they develop a particular fragrance. So he said I can smell the fragrance of use of Even if you say that I've gone crazy.

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I'm telling you, I can smell it.

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To finally do this on their own factories fair know that Canada,

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which is used for weakness of alcohol due to old age, weakness of the mind due to old age.

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And literally forgotten is a mountain top, the pinnacle, the peak of the mountain.

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And when a person reaches the height, meaning he has become very old, and what happens, what happens his strength, it becomes weak. His mental ability, even that becomes weak. So even if you think me, weak in mind, even if you think be confused, even if you think that I have become foolish, I have gone crazy because of my old age. Even then I say that I can smell him.

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Because sometimes what happens when people become old This is something's right? Which other people find strange, very strange. That How could you say that? And what explanation Do you give? their old doesn't matter?

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No problem. They're old. So your Cobra has said he said that he could smell the fragrance of use of aluminum. Now how is that possible?

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It is said that when the Karen departed from Egypt, a wind began to blow

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in the direction of going around from Egypt. And it brought the scent of use of earnest and I'm sure to Yaqoob bridezilla. And this happened with the permission of Allah.

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However Allah knows, but remember that when a person has yaqeen in something, when a person is certain about something, then what happens? He can smell it, right? Like, that's a hobby that companion right before the battle. What did he say? I can smell paradise.

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Why? Because he was so certain about it.

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Similarly, your Cobra disyllabic at this point was so certain, he was so sure that he was going to see use of that this was going to be the end of the long separation.

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It was as though he could smell him.

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And this was by the help of a law this was a gift of a lot to him, that relief comes relief comes to a person

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are they said like for example, if you're very hungry, and you're thinking about food, you can sometimes smell it, isn't it? And you wonder, Is it just me or is it really their

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so called assata Lucha by Allah in Mecca indeed you Luffy surely in biological khadim you are in your same old air. What same old air

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that you serve is still alive. That reserve is still out there somewhere today that you're going to find use of you're going to see him someday. You're still in that same old air of yours, according to others, but over here because the meaning of love excessive love, excessive adoration that you're still excessively in love with your son.

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Despite the fact that there have been so many years that have passed by and you haven't seen him you haven't heard and you're still in that era of yours.

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Yes, it's possible that not all of them went, all of the sons had gone. And it's also possible that if the sons had gone, perhaps the grandchildren were there, or perhaps other family members were there.

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Because they could not have possibly left, you know, their old father alone, there must have been some family behind. So those family members said to him, that you're still in that old era of yours, hoping to see you soon. In your excessive adoration of him. You're mentioning him too much, you're remembering him too much. And one that is also understood as junoon madness.

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Once you've gone mad, and that same madness, that same craziness that you had back then you still have it today. And because of this junoon of yours, you can smell him. He said Lola to funny don't even if you say have gone crazy. Just imagine your Cobra salon. First of all, he's an old man.

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Secondly, he's very sad. And then he's gone blind as well. And then on top of all of that, he's a prophet of Allah, but look at how his family is treating him.

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Look at how his family is treating him.

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There seems to be no respect.

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And this is sometimes very unfortunate that in the most righteous families as well.

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There are people who are very disrespectful, who have no sense of other, no sense of no sense of respecting the elderly. No sense of respecting those who are higher than them.

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firmer than when I'm that guy he came, who came al Bashir, the bearer of good news,

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who was a very good news, the one who brought the shirt of use of penicillin and it is said that it was his son yehudah who had brought the shirt or who he cast the shirt are now what he upon his face upon the face of who his father fell dead so he returned but Leland seen he could see again

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color he said you're a cobra seminar spoke and then a call Did I not say luck home to you that in the URL aluminum la Hema Allah tala mu, that I know from Allah what you don't know. Did I not say that to you?

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And you never believed in me? I told you, I was going to see you. So I told you use it was there, but you would not believe in me? Did I not tell you that I know from Allah what you don't know.

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So some say that the bearer of good news was yehudah. And according to others, it was the eldest son.

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And why is it that he brought this shirt, because he is the one who brought the shirt stained with blood.

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He is the one who brought the shirt stained with blood to his father, which shirt the shirt of use of renesola and now he was bringing another shirt off use of renesola that became a means off the return of his vision. So he wanted to erase that error with his good act.

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What does it show to us that if you've done something bad, do something good to erase that

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and do something good, have the same effect of that same rank have that same value? Like for example, a musician use of Islam. He was a singer before he was a musician before so when he became Muslim, the scholars advised him that you now sing good machines that are going to help people increase in their email and their in their knowledge. So when you've done something wrong,

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replace it with something good, but which is of the same effect that it can completely erase the effect of the wrongs that you did previously.

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So now what happened to this had he abandoned Oh, our Father is no fiddling at Illumina, seek forgiveness for us for our sins. seek Allah's forgiveness for our sins in Kunal hottie in Indeed, we have been ones who sin, we have been sinners, we have been at fault. We have been an error we have committed many mistakes.

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So what do we see over here? Again, the greatness of the brothers of use of it center.

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That Firstly, they confess before use of medicine. Now they confess before their father.

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First, they apologized in front of their brother. Now they do the same in front of their father. And remember the conditions of Toba the conditions of repentance. One of them is that a person must acknowledge his mistake,

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a person must realize his mistake and then a person must leave it

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and if a person has wronged the other, then he should also seek forgiveness from him.

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This is a part of the Oba. So we see that the brothers of use of Islam they feel bad.

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They seek forgiveness. And they also request their father that he should seek forgiveness from Allah for them.

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So what can you see over here that

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the brothers of use have registered under requesting their father to seek forgiveness.

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on their behalf.

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According to some scholars, it is permissible to ask others to pray for you. Because we see examples of that.

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In the Quran, we see examples of that in some incidents of the Sahaba as well.

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But according to others, it's not that encouraged, because you should pray yourself and you should not burden others. Telling them again and again, pray for me pray for me pray for me. Because sometimes people don't pray for themselves and what do they do?

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They just ask other people all the time in every email. In every meeting, they say, remember me in your drawers, remember me in your dogs. The fact is that if a person has really done something that he doesn't need to say, remember me and your dogs, the other person will remember him automatically.

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But some scholars say that because the brothers of use of medicine and they're requesting their father, please seek forgiveness for us. This shows that a person may ask another teammate,

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but according to others, it is not permissible. It is not something that is like

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Allah, he said, who said jacobellis lamb he said to his children that serve as selfie locomobi. Soon I will seek forgiveness for you from minority.

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Soon I will seek forgiveness from Allah for you.

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Why does he say sofa? Why didn't he seek forgiveness for them immediately.

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Think about it, he could have just got up right there raised his hands up and prayed for their forgiveness.

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If a person has done something wrong, then yes, he needs to seek forgiveness from Allah. But he also needs to seek forgiveness from him from the person whom he has wronged.

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You are already Salah, he had not yet met us of our listener. So he wanted to go himself meet Yusuf and know that he has forgiven them, and then he was going to seek forgiveness for them.

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Also, he wanted to make the law at a time when the chances of acceptance are higher, which according to Sam was before dawn, he wanted to wait until that time,

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and according to others until the evening of Friday,

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and also remember that he was now going to go from Canon to Egypt, so he was going to travel. Right? So so as to who the camera be Yes, I will see forgiveness for you from my Lord. In the who will have a photo Rahim. He doesn't threaten them. Hello, Martin, what's going to happen to you?

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Maybe ALLAH forgive you or not? Allah knows. He says he gives them hope. He's a prophet of Allah. He says Allah is Forgiving, and he's also merciful.

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And then the departed for Egypt.

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It is said that when he's arrested, I'm learned that his father was on his way and he was near. He didn't stay inside Egypt. He left Egypt he went outside. And he went to meet his father outside of Egypt.

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So for that matter, then when the Hulu Allah usofa, when they entered upon use of retina center, who the father the brothers and their families, everyone, what did he do? He he brought close to himself away. He has two parents, two parents, meaning the father and the mother. And remember the meaning of our ag. It means to bring someone close to yourself meaning to hug someone.

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So he helped them in any other way. Unfortunately, some people think that when you're older, how can your parents is embarrassing?

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How can your parents is not something nice? Only children do that. But we see that use of our listener, he is hugging his parents

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in a way he welcomed them outside the city. And it is also said that our in a way that he made them large near himself.

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We'll call it and he said odorheiu Misra, enter Egypt insha. Allah if Allah wills and meaning as one secure, he said, welcome. if Allah wills enter Egypt, as those who are secure those who are safe and secure in Egypt.

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What does this show when he said autonomously this shows to us that he had gone outside of the city in order to meet them. He had gone outside of Egypt in order to meet them

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because he wanted to enter Egypt along with them.

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So he says odorheiu Misra, insha Allah who are many welcome now be residents of Egypt. Remember, use of our Salah he had a very high position and he also had authority as well as a lot of honor.

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And he did not have honor only because of his high status, but also because he benefited the people.

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Also because he benefited the people. So this is how Allah subhanaw taala plays the love of use of Venezuela.

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In the hearts of people as well as in the hearts of who his family members, and because of this the people, they did not just like use of penicillin, but they also respected who his family

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because use of medicine at such a high position, because of his good luck because of his generosity. Imagine the people of Egypt, the locals, they respected him, not just him, but also his family. So it is said that when use of early cinema, he went to meet his father outside of Egypt. It's not that he alone went, even the rest of the people, some other people from Egypt day went along with him.

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Because he was a furnace, and I was like a hero for them. He was a leader. He was someone with great status when his family was coming. They were overjoyed.

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The people of Egypt were overjoyed. And so he says, I mean, one speeding secure, one's being secure in Egypt, no one is going to harm you. Why? Because of the status of use of renesola.

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into like, for example, the royal family of England, somebody who's getting married, but the whole world is following them, the entire world, maybe their websites and their pictures and the low art and what all preparation going on from before. Why? Because of the honor that they have. And that honor is extended to who

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just the royal family know, even their spouses, even their families. So just imagine if you suffer this and I've had such a high position in that country, it wasn't just that he was respected, the rest of the people also respected them.

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So we see over here that after many years of sorrow and grief, after many, many years of loss of personal data, he unites the airacobra salon with his son,

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he unites them.

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So what can we learn from this, that if a person is going through some difficulty, that difficulty is going to stay with Him until the fixed time

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it cannot go away before the fixed time.

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So what do we have to do? Barrett has some sub. So bear the difficulty off today in order to get the happiness of tomorrow in Romania, Turkey, while Smith is also patient, he does not give up. He tolerates he bears the difficulty for in the law hilarya the original mercy and Allah does not waste the reward of those people who do so.

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whatever other way he and he raised his spirits upon what on earth upon the throne, his two parents meaning the mother, as well as the Father. According to some, the mother of use of Renaissance the actual mother had passed away.

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She had passed away at this point.

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According to some she had passed away when she was giving birth to Vinnie Amin.

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And who was this mother then?

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She was his stepmother. But look at the respect that use of restaurant is showing her even one of our other way he and he raised both of his parents, the mother and the father, even if the mother was stepmother.

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Anyways, them both are now upon the throne which throne is this?

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Some say that it is the throne of the king.

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Because some think that use of our salon was made the king of Egypt.

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However, this is not true. He was a finance minister.

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So which is this then it was his own. It was his own throne, his own seat, where he used to sit and conduct his work as a finance minister.

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Because he was also someone with great authority in the land of Egypt.

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And notice over here, he raises both of them to the throne. It's not that he comes down at their level. No, he raises them up to his level. Because under warmer Luca, Leah Vika, you and your wealth belong to your father,

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you and your property belong to your father, your parents. So righteous children, they know that the higher rank, the higher position, the success that they enjoy today is because of their parents.

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It is because of their parents.

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Then it happens sometimes the children, they're more successful compared to their parents. But those who are righteous, they don't forget that what they have achieved is a result of their parents efforts is a result of their parents. They're Ours is a result of their parents that'll be their training, their efforts.

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What they did, this is why even if they're more successful than their parents, they don't forget their parents.

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They respect them.

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They continue to respect them.

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And they want that same high position and authority for them.

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Well, hooroo and all of them fell, who does all of them refer to the brothers as well as the parents. All of them fail.

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level for him meaning for use of Redis and I'm so done in frustration. So JSON is a plural of Sajid. Now what does it mean by this that all of them fell in frustration before use of writing center?

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This frustration, remember was not off or that it was not of worship. They were not worshiping use of our listener. It wasn't that he was considered as someone divine someone like a god or someone worthy of worship Nope.

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Just as when a las penetrator ordered the angels to prostrate to either medicine, it wasn't that they were worshipping Adam Ernestina. Then what kind of such there was it? It was after Aleem off honoring the other, and also after here of greeting.

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Because according to some, even when the angels frustrated to Adam, it was a form of greeting.

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It was a form of greeting. And at this point, this was a customary practice, that people would bow in front of one another, in order to greet them. In order to show respect, just as even today, this is a culture This is a custom amongst many, isn't it. So you have a person who goes in perform somewhere, when he goes on to the stage when he's done, he will bow when a person gets a degree he will bow. This is a custom, it's a tradition. However, this is not permitted in our religion.

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It was permitted to the previous Omen, but it's not permitted anymore to our own.

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And it is said that this was permissible from the time of Adam early cinema all the way to the time of Arizona.

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And it was later prohibited in the shadow of Muhammad Sallallahu.

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So you can shake hands with the person in order to greet them in order to show honor to them, but you cannot bow down or straight to a person.

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So all of them bow down in front of use of our SNM to honor him with honor and he said, Yeah, buddy. Oh my father. Hello that we little Yeah. This is the interpretation of my dream. Look at how he addresses his father. The same way. Yeah, of it. Oh, my dear father, although he is an adult. Now. He's a man. He's a fully grown man. Look at his position. But he does not feel shy in calling his father with love.

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He does not feel shy and doing that.

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So similarly, if we have grown older, there's no harm in calling your parents with love.

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There's no harm in hugging your parents. Yeah. But he heard that we don't Yeah, this is the interpretation of my dream.

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medicago lu from before,

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the dream that I had a long time ago, many, many years ago, I had that dream, or the giant a * of a vehicle. In fact, my Lord has made a true what has he made true? My dream.

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And what was the dream that use of Redis lamphead. Remember in Ireland before that in Neela 82. I had Asha Rocco. Gavin was shumsa. Will camara a to whom Lisa Dean.

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I saw 11 stars, and the sun and the moon, all of them frustrating to me.

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And this is exactly what was happening over here. The sun, the moon, meaning the father and the mother of a weight

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and the 11 stars mean the 11 brothers. All of them were prostrating.

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This is the interpretation of my dream that I had a long time ago. And my lord has proved true. My dream has come true.

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What are the XIV What does he mention? He's a Merson. So he talks about that your son of Allah, that accent Avi, that Allah has been very good towards me is when a hydrogen, oxygen He brought me out of the prison.

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What does he mention?

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The prison? What goes into the prisoner coming out to the prison

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coming out of the prison,

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staying in the prison for larceny? No, he doesn't mention that. Does he mention about slavery? Does he mention anything about what happened before that? Nothing. The first thing he mentioned is coming out of the prison

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that Allah was very merciful towards me. He was very generous towards me very good towards me when he took me out of the prison.

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And this was indeed a very big blessing. Because think about it, who would have fought for his case?

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He could have stayed there in the prison for his entire life. Because remember, they decided that they would keep him in the prison for a pain and what does he mean? unspecified period of time.

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He could have stayed in the prison for his entire life until he died and nobody would come after

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advocating for him

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because his family to know where he was,

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and nobody would come looking for him, nobody would come fighting for his case. So the fact that he was taken out of the prison was indeed, a very big blessing of Allah upon him.

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And he mentioned this in particular, because this was the turning point in his life.

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Up until now, he was

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going through many, many problems, one after the other. But once he came out of the prison, then what happened? What happened? He was positioned as the finance minister

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will have the center be in a hardening minister Ginni will be communal, by the way, and he brought to you all from the village from the desert mimbar the after, and that Nasrallah Shantanu benei. ouabain, a hottie, after shaitan had instilled discord between me and my brothers.

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But look at the favor of Allah. Look at the mercy of Allah, He brought you out from the desert into Egypt, a very modern country at the time, a developed country at the time. And after shaitaan had instilled such discord between me and my brothers,

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again, we see he does not blame his brothers.

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He does not do that.

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And he only mentioned his blessings.

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What does he say? He brought you out of the bedroom, bedroom, from the room that was bad and well, from the word but I ever do, which is to expose to reveal something.

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And by the one means desert village. Why? Because there are no tall buildings. There is nothing really to hide something. Everything is exposed.

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And people are also a very open nature.

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They don't have this concept of this is my room and this is my house and this is my property, people are very open generally.

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So he has brought you out of there, after shaitan induced naza is from the room fetters Nunes, a law and NASA is to enter into a metric to enter into an affair, to create facade to create disorder.

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to interfere into someone's matters, why? To create discord, not to solve the problem, but to create facade

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to encourage evil, to create Discord.

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To create enmity, to cause fights. So naza shaitan shaytaan in skilled evil between me and between my brothers.

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What was this nuts?

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It was the jealousy that he had inspired in the hearts of the brothers abusive or innocent.

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It may not be indeed My Lord He is luckily for him. He is subtle. He is kind Lima Ayesha, for whatever he wills, an inner who who will early will, Hakeem Indeed, he is the knowing. And he's also the one who is wise.

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Notice the name of Allah subhanaw taala that he mentioned over here, that my lord is lovely. And who was lovely.

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One who is first of all, very kind,

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very kind.

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And secondly, lack of means to be very subtle to do something in a way that it is not even perceived, to do something in such a way that it's not perceived, nobody even senses it.

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So let's leave is a Morrison, meaning one who is very kind to the other,

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who very quietly and secretly shows a son without making the other even realize

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all of this time a huge favor was being bestowed upon the family of your Cobra listener.

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But it was given in a very subtle way.

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Nobody could have imagined that the family of your Cobra Salaam was going to be elevated.

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They were going to go from Canada on from that village, all the way to Egypt at such a high position.

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It could never have been imagined it could never have been perceived, especially because of the problems that the family of your corporatism had been going through.

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So Allah is the thief, that very quietly, very secretly, he shows your son, he does expand on us without even letting us know.

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We have no idea. We think that we are suffering. We think that we're going through such hard times but in reality allies bestowing such a huge favor upon us. And only he can realize this, who the person who is positive. The person who knows that allies are the same that allies Hakeem that everything that happens there is a reason behind that. Allah knows what I'm going through. Allies live in Nairobi Latif on

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And I'm sure all of us can think about how in our lives Allah subhanaw taala has been relieved towards us. There have been certain times certain occasions in which, you know, our pathways are raised and I have completely changed, they have completely taken a whole turn. And this is out of the mercy of Allah.

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And it's very subtle. Later on, you realize, Oh, so this is what was happening. This is why this happened.

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You know, for example, sometimes people wonder, why did I get married to this guy? What was I thinking? Right? Sometimes people think about that. And then after years, they realize, this is why

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Similarly, a person wonders, why did I move here? Why did I move to this house? What was I thinking?

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But then later on, he realizes this is why

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why did this happen to me? Why did that happen to me? And you realize this is why.

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So a person who knows allies are named allies, how can you allies not leave, only he can accept this?

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In the hula carlinville hockey, indeed, he is knowing, and he is wise. He is knowing of his creation, and he is wise in his actions.

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So we see over here, the way use of our salon respects, and honors the spirits,

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that he raises them to the throne.

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He raises them to the throne. And he says very good things to them.

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And this is a part of whose character and mercy

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because sometimes we are very good to people whom we work with. We are very good to people who are perhaps good to us.

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But our parents, sometimes don't respect them, maybe because of something that they said maybe because of something that they did, we think is very unfair. But there is a reason why they did that. Maybe it was beyond their ability.

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So we see the use of Redis. Lamb is very, very respectful towards his parents. And we see that when the brothers fall in frustration before him. There is no pride. There is no arrogance. There is no self projection, there's no praise. All favors are attributed to

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a boss.

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He doesn't say Finally, now you get it. I am superior than you know, he doesn't say anything like that. He says, a lot has been so merciful. When he took me out of the prison. He has been so good. He has taught me he has been so merciful towards us despite the fact that shaitan created discord between me and my brothers.

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And again, he does not blame the brothers who does he say? The culprit?

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yesterday, there was a discussion about in a story there's generally an antagonist, and it was thought that perhaps it was the wife of a disease. Or according to some perhaps it was a brother's abuse of farnesol but we see that neither of them are the who was the greedy shaitaan

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so she instilled evil between me and my brothers.

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We listen to the recitation of these ayat and then we will learn about the

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to fun

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the sudden,

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walk on

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be held for work on the App Center be rajani, Mina CG

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bound, watch

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a squatty

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We think that attribute is everything.

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And if a person is beautiful on the outward, then that is what's going to make him successful.

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But we see the use of realism. He had ultra beauty, but that became a very big test for him.

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Isn't it so? Then what was it that really made him successful? It was his inner beauty.

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It was his character, the way that he dealt with people the way that he wanted everybody to win, as he was winning in every situation.

Yusuf 88-111 Word Analysis and Tafsir 94-100

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