Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 14 – L132B

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Are the below him in a *load? rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim lesson number 132 pseudo tahajjud ID number one 250.

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And he is the name of a region where the people of Seville they used to live.

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And they're mentioned in DeSoto in detail, which is why the suta is named unhedged.

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So little hedge is a murky surah. And it was revealed after sort of abusive.

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And remember, that in Makkah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Muslims, they were suffering from a lot of persecution.

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In the early stages of the Moroccan era, where the Dharma was still silent, where it was still low profile, where people did not know much about it, it was not public, the persecution was very less. It was at an individual level, just in the homes in the houses. But in the later stage, when the prophets are allowed to sell them publicly, did the hour when the Sahaba they publicly called other people towards Islam, then with that the opposition increased as well. This was when, towards the later stage of the Moroccan era.

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And so the use of was also revealed at that time. Remember, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had lost his uncle, and had lost his wife, and he had also gone to a thought if to get help from there, but he was rejected. And then we should have enough makeover making his life so difficult to react to leave. So in that context, ratusan was revealed. And soon after, so tahajjud was also revealed.

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And in this again, the believers, the prophet said, a lot of seven of them are comforted. their spirits are raised up examples are given from the past, to boost their morale, do encourage them to continue what they were doing, to face the opposition to be strong.

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In this sort of sort of hedger, there are 99 verses in total. And there are 654 words

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Bismillah R Rahman, r Bismillahirrahmanirrahim, Alif Lam, la hiromu, Katara tilaka tokita these are the verses of the book, which book the verses of the Quran or Al Kitab can also refer to the silver.

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So these verses that you are reading, these are of al Qaeda, the Quran or of the surah and they're also verses of what poor animal been and the Quran that is clear what this is,

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meaning, it is joining between two words or two phrases or two sentences. So over here, what is joining between ir tokita and for animal being, that these are the verses of Al Khattab, the book, and they're also verses of Quran imobie.

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Now, does it mean that this keytab and Anima been or do different things? No, there is sometimes also for the purpose of band for the purpose of explaining

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that what is this keytab that these verses are a part of this keytab is for any movie, it is a clear Quran

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and mubin as you know, it means that which is clear in itself and it also clarifies

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How is the Quran movie, that first of all, it is clear in its halaal and it is how long it is clear in its hidayah in its guidance, and it is also clear in its heart

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and the Quran. Secondly, it also clarifies clarifies what the way of guidance, from the way of misguidance the way of rectitude, from the way of misguidance the way that leads a person astray.

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It distinguishes it clarifies the truth from the falsehood.

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And this Quran is mobiel also in another way, that in its miraculous nature, in its era jazz in its miraculous nature, it is clear.

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So these are the verses of the book and a clear Quran that has no ambiguity in it. That is clear in its message. There is no confusion in it.

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The message of the Quran is clear. No one can be confused by it. No one can misunderstand it. No one can not get it. It's quite obvious that the message of the Quran is believed in the oneness of Allah and be concerned prepare for your hair after

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Obama perhaps many times you know what the Medina cafaro the decision

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leavers will wish locanto muslimeen If only they had been Muslims,

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rubella gives the meaning of perhaps, maybe, possibly, basically the word rubber.

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Back, this is a health job, what does it mean? It gives a job to the noun that comes after it.

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And the smell is it giving the meaning of emphasis. So Obama perhaps many times, at many occasions, or it may be and this word has various forms. Like for example, sometimes you see the word robot, sometimes you see the word robot, sometimes you see Obama other times he wrote Burma blue button. So, there are various forms, but in the Quran, this word appears only once here.

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And it is in the form of rubella. And what does that mean? Perhaps most of the time, or many times, and sometimes it also gives a meaning of maybe, it may be

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So, rubella perhaps it may be or many times at some point, yeah, what do larina cafaro Yeah, what do from newsletters, well, then from the word would, which means to love something. But what kind of love is it?

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What kind of love is would

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intense love and when it's used for wish, it is when a person terribly wishes for something that leave wishes for something to be fulfilled?

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So perhaps the disbelievers will wish that they had been muslimeen that they had been Muslims. Allah subhanaw taala tells us over here, that the disbelievers they will regret having lived a life of disbelief, and they will wish that they had been Muslims.

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And if you notice the word Yeah, what do

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you what do is fairly Medallia which means that either they will wish now, or they will wish in the future.

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Some they wish now and others they will wish in the future. So some they wish in the dunya in this world, when do they wish in this dunya that If only there were Muslims, when they see the benefits attached to Islam. For example, at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when the Muslims were becoming victorious, year after year, very soon the table's turned against the machine in the Muslims are gaining victory and success. So at that time, many disbelievers wished that they had been Muslim.

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Similarly, they wish in this dunya that they have been Muslim, when they see the contentment and the happiness and the peace of heart that is enjoyed by the Muslims, despite the hardship that they face.

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I know of someone who was giving birth who was in labor, and they had been listening to the Quran constantly non stop. And the person who was assisting them that I this is so peaceful. I wish I knew what it means. And they said that they would literally consider becoming Muslim to enjoy the same peace and comfort that you're enjoying, despite the fact that you're going through so much pain. It's been so many hours you're in so much pain, but still, you're fine.

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So what is it that makes you so comfortable? So content so okay, despite the pain that you're going through? It's this Quran. So what is this? So many times in this dunya also, the disbelievers wish that they were Muslim, when they see the benefits that are attached to Islam when they see the Muslims in comfort, in contentment in peace despite the hardship that they're going through.

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Remember that code that if the disbelievers knew what we have in our hearts, the enjoyment the calm the peace, then they would wage war against us to get that

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they would wage war against us, Reuben I do. But then what happens?

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They wish that they were Muslim, but then the glamour the glitter, the enjoyment of this dunya it overcomes them and they're distracted by it. completely distracted by it.

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So yeah, what do now and secondly YAHWAH do later in the hereafter. in the hereafter they will wish that they were Muslim.

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And when does the hereafter begin from the time of death,

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that at the time of death, they will wish they were Muslim.

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And this wish will continue and increase at each stage thereafter.

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At every stage of the Hereafter, they will wish even more that they had been Muslim

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in total and around 30

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We learn by the hustler Latina camdeboo, because he had a tomasa to Boston, called lujah has retina.

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Those will have lost who denied the meeting with Allah. Until when the our resurrection comes upon them unexpectedly, they will say, oh, how great is our regret? How great is our regret over what we neglected concerning it.

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So first of all, they will wish at the time of death, upon seeing the angels, that when the angels will come, and they will take the soul.

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And you know as to how the angels come to take the soul of a person who has rejected the last parameter, as opposed to the person who believes the person who disobeys and the person who is obedient, there's a complete difference in what kind of angels come and how they take the sole.

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Secondly, they will also regret in the grave in the grave,

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after the trial after the test, which test that in the grave where they will be questioned mumbra buka ma De Luca, and Who was that man?

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So they will regret at that time that they had been believers. For example, from a hadith that is recorded in a Buddha would we learn that after the test, when the disbeliever or the hypocrite, when he will say I do not know, I have no idea, then what's going to happen, a caller will call from the heaven,

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a caller will announce from the heaven that spread for him furnishings from the fire and open for him a door to the fire. And as a result, its heat and fierce hot wind will reach him even in his grave and his grave will be tightened around him causing his ribs to break.

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So, when he will experience that he will wish he was a Muslim.

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And also we learned that when a person will be in his Bursa, he will be shown what and he will have in the hereafter.

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A person will be shown his end either in gender or in Johanna. But at the same time he will also be shown the other end that he could have attained. For example, the person who's going to end up in Hellfire he will be shown the place and gender that he could have received. Similarly, the person who will enter gender, he will be shown the place and Hellfire that he could have received so when a person who is going to be promised Hellfire will be shown the place in general that he could have received. Imagine his regret. Locarno muslimeen If only I was a Muslim, similarly on the Day of Judgment alladhina cafaro they will wish that they were Muslim.

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When when they will see the horror of that day

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and they will see the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala being shown to the believers.

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Similarly when people will be sent to Ghana when people will be sent to Hellfire and from the Hellfire when Allah subhanaw taala will take out those people who had even the slightest trace of Eman when they will be taken out of hellfire. The people who will remain they will wish they had been Muslim.

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Because then at least they too could have been taken out of the hellfire.

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rubella De La Nina cafaro Locarno, muslimin

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Allah subhanaw taala tells us that they will wish that they will regret having lived a life of disbelief.

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We learn in total for fun I number 27. Allah subhanaw taala says, Well yo maya, the volume or Elijah day, the day when the volume when the wrongdoer will bite at his own hands. Yeah.

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He will bite on his own hands. Yoku Yalla attorney. It has to Mombasa de Sevilla. He will say a word to me. Oh, I wish that I had taken with the messenger away. I had adopted the way of the messenger I had obeyed the messenger.

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We say that people they have been given freedom in this dunya in my chakra, with a microphone. It's up to you. Either you believe or you disbelieve. In shakaama as either NACA.

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It's up to you, we have been given the choice.

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But what happens while a person is enjoying the blessings, he becomes completely oblivious to the hereafter and he thinks that this dunya is everything.

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And because of that, he gives priority to it because of that he ignores the AHA. But the fact is that this dunya is very short lived.

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And once it's going to be over, people are going to regret.

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They're going to regret over wasting their time. Though, right now they don't take a lesson. They don't change their ways. Despite the fact that you remind them leave

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Don't leave them, let them be

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from the rotators well then let them be

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your cooler that they should eat. Leave them alone and let them eat where tomato and let them enjoy themselves, where you will hear him will Emmylou and let them be diverted by false hope for sell for your own, then soon they will come to know

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yet the material is from the Mater from the roof letters mean the right

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and the matter is to enjoy to take benefit. When you hear him will Emmylou you'll he is from the veterans lamb how well from the word level.

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And level is basically an amusement something that a person finds very amusing, very entertaining. And because of that, he is diverted from something that is more important.

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The hope is what?

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amusement that distracts a person from what is more important. So law includes everything that distracts a person from his real purpose.

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No matter how enjoyable it may be. Can you think of an example

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games and matches when people can spend hours, four or five, six hours staring at the screen getting together and people in one another's houses, just watching other people throwing balls running after them?

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early in the morning waking up at four in the morning?

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Perhaps thinking about skipping school or taking days off of work, which they will not do so for something else. This is

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something that is pure entertainment.

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But it has no benefit to you nothing at all. Can you make money when you watch cricket?

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Are you going to make any money? No. Are you going to learn something that you could use? No.

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What benefit is in it?

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Are they your relatives or play? That if they're successful, you will be successful? If they lose, you will lose. They're not related to you.

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Then what does it matter to you? How can you wake up at four in the morning to watch that when you will not wake up at four in the morning

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to pray to make the law. When Allah subhanaw taala called you every night, I'm here asked me you don't get up. And when there are people who are running after their balls you want to get up and watch what they're doing.

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How said Malcolm letter jr the law he will call

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What is wrong with you you don't show respect to Allah.

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Allah called you every night, every single night. You don't get up. You don't bother

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other people who are playing and you will get up to watch them. This is what love is. Allah subhanaw taala says leave them where you leave him on Emmylou these long hopes, these false hopes they will distract them, they will keep them distracted from what is more important in their lives.

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What is more important from the purpose of their lives, this is distracting them. An ml is a wish, it is a hope that a person thinks it could be fulfilled. It could come true. It's possible that it may be fulfilled.

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There is another word that we learned for which that is the money.

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But the money is what a person knows can never be fulfilled.

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Like for example, a person wishes that he never dies. This is what the money also.

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But Amal is a wish of hope and expectation that a person thinks it's possible for it to be fulfilled. So this among these false hopes, hopes of doing one thing after the other, achieving one thing after the other. They distract people. You'll hear him will Emmylou like for example, a person thinks let me do this thing right now for the next two years. I'm busy with this and then I will do something else and then I will do something else. hopes, expectations. This diverts them distracts them from the real purpose. Leave them alone. Let them eat and enjoy and be preoccupied with entertainment for so far, and I won't soon they will know. Soon they will know what what they did in

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their lives, where they spent their time where they spent their energy, the consequences of their actions. Soon they will come to know that this life they had been given had a purpose behind it. It was not

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given to them, so that they watch other people playing. It was given to them so that they do something themselves for so far level and soon they will come to know.

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And this is the addresses to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Muslims that leave the Kufa the people who don't believe this leave that

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if they refuse to accept, leave them.

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Many times later on, they will wish they had been Muslim. Right now you tell them they don't listen. Leave them. Now, does this mean that a person should not do their work to them? No, this is not what the meaning is. The meaning is that give out to them. But when they don't listen, when they don't believe, then leave them with their decision.

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Leave them with their decision. And you should be content in your heart and mind that you have done your job.

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And these people, what are they doing? Yeah, kulu they're eating let them eat.

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If you think about it, food is the primary and strongest desire that human beings have.

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It's the primary and the strongest desire that people have. whatever circumstances a person may be in, what does he think about? Food if a person is traveling, if a person is at home, if a person is at work, if a person is at school, all the time, what is the concern that people have? What am I going to eat? What am I going to eat? And where am I going to eat from? Allah subhanaw taala says they're home. Yet could you let them eat one thing after the other? Try one food after the other all their life has revolved around food. This is what they're concerned about satisfying their palates

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satisfying their stomachs.

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This is enjoying one meal after the other. Literally, if you think about it, sometimes many women, what does their life revolve around

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preparing one meal, wrapping up, and then preparing the next one. And then going to the store and then preparing again. Sometimes on the weekends, you wonder I just made breakfast now it will make lunch and now I have to make dinner.

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Honestly, and in the middle, I have to go for groceries. And then either the kitchen. Sometimes the whole day goes and doing that. Now it doesn't mean that eating food is not permissible. No, Allah subhanaw taala says kulu

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eat. But what is our responsibility that we should not let this eating divert us from the purpose of our lives. Eating this necessary, eating halal and playup is necessary. But YouTube is necessary. I'm not saying that in order to save your time you go and buy junk food and eat that no, prepare your food yourself. Eat healthy. But don't spend your time doing that. take time out for that which is more important

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than the last panel data says yeah, tomato let them enjoy.

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This is what they're only concerned about enjoyment entertainment.

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Today, if you look at it, all that people want to do is have fun.

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Even when it comes to studying, even when it comes to gaining education, people want a fun way of learning. fun way of memorizing a fun way of doing this and doing that. In everything people are looking for fun.

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Whereas the fact is that this life is not for fun. This life is for work this life is that we struggle. Not that we have fun.

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It doesn't mean you should not make your work easy upon yourself. You should. But it doesn't mean that if something becomes difficult you say because it's not too much fun. I'm going to leave it No, this is not the attitude of a believer. Let them enjoy a tomato where you will he will Emmylou and let them be diverted by hopes

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that they are so distracted by the things of this dounia by the hopes of this dunya that I will accomplish this and I will accomplish that and I will get married and I will have children and I will have a house and I will clean this and I will set this up like that and I will paint this and I will decorate in this way. One after the other they're distracted.

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They're distracted, constantly distracted from what is more important, constantly distracted Ulema Emmylou for saphira monsoon, they will come to know

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the narrative that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said,

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Allah hates every harsh person.

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Allah dislikes who he hates, who every harsh person who eats excessively

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all that he's concerned about is himself, which is why he doesn't care about respecting people. And at the same time, he eats excessively,

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and he goes about in the market, making noise, yelling, making noise, sometimes with the speakers of his car,

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be extremely loud, making noise

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Who sleeps in the way just like a dead corpse,

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meaning wherever he wants to sleep, whenever he wants to sleep, he just sleeps, there is no discipline.

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If he sleeps in the night, he sleeps like a dead corpse, you try to wake him up for tragedy. It's impossible. Impossible. He's like a dead person. During the day, he's sleeping just like a dead person.

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Allah hates every such person who sleeps in the way there's like a dead corpse. He passes the day like a donkey bent on its work.

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If you ever look at a donkey who is working, he has no idea what's happening around him. If the master has died, and he will stand died up over there for hours and hours. If the donkey is circling around a particular thing, then he will continue to circle without looking here there without taking a break. Similarly, when a person is engrossed by the things of this dunya, without taking a break, he's doing one thing after the other, just like a donkey.

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Not even thinking about the author, not taking time out to remember Allah, not taking time out to pray, to recite some Quran, just like a donkey working for this dunya.

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And the Hadees continues that a person who is well informed of the affairs of this world

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he's very well informed of the affairs of this world. But he is completely unaware of the matters of the Hereafter,

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completely heedless of the first the hereafter. And there's a hadith that you find in Muslim even headband. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Allah subhanaw taala hates every such person who has these characteristics.

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A person whose goal is just the enjoyment of this dunya eating and having fun and sleeping

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without taking care of the responsibilities the duties that a person has towards a loss of data for his arsenal, without any care. only concerned about the tone you

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wanna look now, and we have not destroyed min Korea in any city. We did not destroy any city Illa except wala, and for it keytab on a decree that is marylu that is known.

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Meaning every people were finished

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at a time that was fixed for them.

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No one died before that. And no one died after that. Everyone went from here, one a hacky terrible marylu keytab is decree it's not book over here.

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Because it's decree of alights the decision of them. And keytab Omar aluminum as known to Allah not forgotten by Allah or ignored or confused with another time that somebody else was supposed to die. And by mistake somebody else was given that no.

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For every oma for every community, for every nation that was destroyed, it was destroyed at the time that was decreed for it.

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And in this is a warning for all of us. That if we are delaying things that are important, if we are distracted by the entertainment by the amusement of this dunya we are busy fulfilling our desires. We don't have high goals. We're not working for the author. We're spending one day after the other wasting our time, like a donkey who doesn't know why he's living. Very well informed about the affairs of dystonia, what's happening in that country and what's happening in this person's life. But with the varsity athlete completely negligent, this is a warning

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that every person has a time when they will go away from here.

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And you don't know when that time is. And remember the time is fixed, you cannot avoid it.

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So in this as a warning for the people of Mecca, that later on you will wish you were believers. Right now you're not taking a lesson.

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But remember that every nation that was destroyed, it was destroyed at the time that was fixed for it. And at the same time there is also a lesson for us.

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Mother's Milk woman omoton no nation will proceed its term. The speaker from the root letter seen backoff

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Madam Speaker aminomethyl no nation will proceed. agenda has its appointed time What does it mean by it's

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the time for its exploration? The time for it and why am I stuck it on? nor can they remain thereafter? Yesterday hidden from the roof actress Hamza hollow,

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meaning when the keytab Omar allume comes then no oma can remain after it.

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And no oma can go before that. And this is at a community level and this is also at an

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individual level

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will call you and they say the machine of Makkah, they would say to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that Yeah, are you ready? No zilara lady, the crew are you Who are you? Who are you who Allah he the one who newsreader Allah He the crew, the reminder has been revealed to him.

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What does he mean by avec

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the Quran? Because ethic is one of the names of the Quran.

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So all you upon whom the vicar has been revealed in the kalama junoon indeed, you are surely crazy. You're a madman imagine they would say this to the profits.

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And look at the emphasis in NECA indeed, you lemma junoon surely one who was much known and he was much known.

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Majnoon is from the roof FGM new known gender which is to cover so much known as someone whose alcohol has been covered by What

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madness he does not think properly.

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Similarly, Mattoon is also used for a person who has been possessed by the jinn. Because a person who is possessed by the jinn even his article is covered.

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He doesn't know what's going on with him. He's talking or he's doing certain things. He has no idea. So I'm not gonna imagine noon. But what is Allah? soprano talisay? Yes, he will call an Hakeem analyze the Quran that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite the wisdom and it demonstrates that he was not someone who was much known.

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He was someone who was a messenger of Allah soprano Tada.

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We see that fit our own also said the same thing about musasa. into the show I number 27. We learned that fit our own set in Nara Sula, como la de la la comme la la junoon.

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That this messenger who has been sent to you, he is mature. But the reality is that if someone calls another mad, does he become mad? If a person called someone insane? Does he become insane? No. Just because somebody says something does not mean it's true. So no matter what they call you, no matter what they say to you, you don't have to feel bad about it.

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If you think about it over here, this was a statement that the machine said in opposition against the profits automatic.

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Right? This is why they said something like that. Otherwise, why would they say that you are

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and if you look at it, opposition against someone is usually based on two things. What are the first of all misunderstanding?

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Many times people oppose one another. Because they misunderstand one another.

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They don't know what the other person is saying or what he's trying to do.

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And because of that, they will begin to oppose them.

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They don't understand the other person's point of view. They will argue with them.

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If they say something, they will say something contradicting why because they misunderstand.

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Now, once they begin to understand what the other person is saying, or they continue to oppose them, know, their opposition is going to come to an end.

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Once they understand.

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The second reason why people oppose is stubbornness,

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that when you understand what the other person is saying, you know what he's saying, but you don't like it. And you're too stubborn to accept it. You do arrogant to accept it. And because you don't like it, at no cost, you will accept it. This is the second reason as to why people oppose others.

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The reason is stubbornness. They have knowledge, but still they will refuse to accept.

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So in the first reason were people opposed due to misunderstanding there were many people in Makkah who disbelieve in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam at the beginning. Why? Because they didn't even know what the prophet sallallahu Sallam was saying. And later on, when they understood, what did they do, they accepted they became believers.

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But there were some other ones who knew what he was saying. They understood it. Their hearts even accepted, but they refuse to acknowledge they refuse to accept it at their time. They refuse to submit to it. Like for example, a Buddha and various other leaders.

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So over here when they were saying that in macula Majnoon, indeed you are mad, this was because of their arrogance because of their stubbornness. It's not that they misunderstood the Prophet sort of obvious. It's not that they could not understand this message. No, they understood him very well. But they refuse to accept what he was saying because they did not like him.