Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 14 – L133E

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Al-Hijr 51-99 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 78-87


AI: Summary © The transcript describes the religious community's punishment and how it has created everything. The religious community has been punished with a scream and punishment, and anything acquired from them cannot be used for their purposes. The importance of forgiveness is essential for fulfilling one's purpose, and the use of words and energy to produce something is crucial. The title "areptic" is used to describe the culture and its successes, and the use of "areptic" in the Bible is highlighted as a way to produce a fruit. The transcript also discusses the use of "areptic" in the teachings of Islam, and the importance of memorization in learning to produce a fruit.
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Are with with no human biology Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. I am number 78 what in Ghana was horrible ekati and the companions of the thicket of alayka they were Lavalle mean, they were surely wrongdoers. alayka is from the ruthless Hamza. Yeah, calf. And acre is basically used for a forest woods. And basically, it's used for a thicket of trees, where there are many trees that are mingled and the branches are intertwined with each other. So alayka forest jungle thicket of horrible aka, the dwellers of the forest.

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Who are these people? It is said that these people were the people of Medina, to whom sure Abraham Wilson

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so they are referred to as as herbal medicine as well as herbal agar.

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Why? Because the area that they lived in was such that there weren't many trees over there. It was at that time for the forests.

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It is also said that these people as horrible as they were related to the people of Medina, they weren't actually the people of Medina who were there. They were related to the people of Medina. And Srebrenica was also sent to them. His message was also for them. Where do they live? They used to live in the region of the rook in North Arabia. And at that time, that region was full of forests.

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Or you may wonder how is that possible right now it's all desert.

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But the fact is that deserts they grow they spread

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so the US herbal acre the people of acre they were does it mean they were surely wrongdoers? What did they commit?

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A lot of the committee check.

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Also we learned about the people of muddy and the people of sherry restaurant that they used to

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cheat one another in their business. We learned instead of the Sherlock i a 176 got the bells horrible ekati Elmo, Celine the companions of the ticket. They denied the messengers. So when did it What happened? Fender hominem in home. So we took revenge from them, we took retribution from them a loss of penalty inflicted as punishment upon them. He duly punished them.

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Were in the Houma and indeed they to levy mmm moving shortly on a clear Highway in a coma. Indeed, the two two refers to the people of Aika. And before that, who was mentioned, the people of loot our listener. So both of these cities, both of these nations, their ruins are where they are lebih Mmm, we've been on a clear highway.

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The word email is from Hamza Mimi and email is basically one who is followed. May you may be one who is followed. So, for example, in Salah the Imam, you're supposed to follow him That's why he is appointed. seminary the word Imam is also used for a book. Why? Because a book is to be followed.

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Similarly, the word Imam is also used for a road.

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A highway Why? Because the traveler What does he follow? As he's traveling the road? He follows the road. So find the condominium. We're in omega b Mmm, oh, been this Mmm, moving again. It refers to the trade route. The highway, which the people of Makkah used to regularly take for their trade journeys. And from this road, you could easily see the places where these nations used to live before and where these people were punished.

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And what was the punishment that was struck on the people of alayka? It was the same as well, a shriek, a cry as well. An earthquake.

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What are the other and certainly he denied? Who else denied us how we add the people are unhedged? Who do they deny l mursaleen. The messengers

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unhedged. This is from where the surah gets its name.

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unhedged is basically from hedging raw hedge of means Iraq, and hedges is a very rocky mountainous area. And when we talk about mountainous area, we're not talking about mountains that are covered with greenery and trees and lush No, we're talking about Rocky Mountains.

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So a ledger is a rocky mountainous area.

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And a ledger is understood as the name of a region

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of an area of events.

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There is a north of Medina

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and it is between Syria and and hedges.

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So, it is towards the north of Medina upwards you go north and it is between Syria and ages. And this is the region where the people have some mood used to live.

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So, as horrible hedges are who

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the people have settled

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and otherwise the word hedging is used for any place that is surrounded by hedge or any place that is surrounded by rocks.

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So, what are the cadavers How would Hijri the people have some would they denied who was selling the messengers? Which messenger was sent to them?

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So, Allah Harrison and we see that only one messenger was sent to them but what is mentioned over here they denied all of the messengers Why?

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Because the nine one is like nine or

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what are they now home and we gave them a a Tina our science they were showing many signs. But what did they do

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for can run home? What are the lien, but they were wanzhou turn away from them.

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They turned away from the eye they did not reflect on them. They did not accept them.

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They did not ponder on them at all.

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What are the I thought they were shown?

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What was the main idea that was shown to these people two people assembled

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the she camel

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and the she camel within it were many signs How? Because first of all, the she camel emerged out of a huge rock.

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And then the she camel itself was very huge. It could not be compared to any other she Campbell It was very huge.

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Similar to the she camel, it would drink a lot of water, a lot of water

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compared to any other animal, any other camel that these people had to the sea camel, it would drink a lot of water.

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Similarly, it would produce a lot of milk as well.

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So all of these features of the sheet count on what were the signs miracles. So Allah subhanaw taala says over here what I say no idea. But what was their behavior towards those I had a camera on him earlier that turned away from them.

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Meaning they killed the chicken instead of taking a lesson. They killed the chicken.

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Well can when they used to meaning the hive will hedge the people of the mood. Yahoo tuna they used to carve from noon Hata, which is to carve. So they used to carve mineralogy Valley from the mountains, Luton houses.

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So in Rocky Mountains, they carved out their houses. And they used to live in those houses how I mean as one secure.

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They used to live in those houses fearless, safe and secure from what?

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From any natural disaster.

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Because even if there was a flood, they used to live up in the mountains. And those mountains were Rocky.

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So without any fear of a flood and earthquake, a storm, anything at all, they felt very secure.

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And they felt very secure that their houses they could never collapse on them.

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Because generally, if you build a house, you always have this fear. What if the roof collapses? What if the building falls down?

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But the mountains? How can you expect a mountain to fall down.

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So they had built their houses by carving out mountains, and they felt very safe and secure.

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And they also felt safe and secure in the sense that they never fear that their houses would get destroyed.

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Generally, if you build a house, if you build a wall, what's the fear?

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it's eventually going to become weak.

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The foundation is eventually going to become weak. But if you've carved out a house in a mountain, how on earth is it going to

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get destroyed?

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You never expect that a house in the mountains could be destroyed specially if it has been carved out.

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Because you're not building a structure. You're carving out something in a mountain the mountains have been there since always. So for that to say hi to Allah subhanaw taala says that they felt very secure. However, the SE has the shriek. It sees them misbehaving as ones entering the morning.

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As the morning was coming, as the sun was rising, what happened? A shriek it sees them and they were finished. They were gone. And notice the punishment that was sent upon them

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a scream

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because a scream in Rocky Mountains. Just imagine the sound of that

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Scream, echoing,

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echoing and getting louder and louder, not ending. This is how they were punished

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for that to say hi to most behaved despite their great strength, despite their crafting their homes in the mountains, despite their rich culture, nothing at all could save them nothing at all could help them. One screen was enough to devastate them to finish them altogether.

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Allah subhanaw taala says family owned their own home, so it did not avail them. McCann we oxy boon what they used to earn.

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What did they earn?

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What did they acquire, they acquired they built many strong structures and forts. Similarly, they collected a lot of wealth, they collected a lot of wealth,

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they grew a lot of crop, they had a lot of business as well. So all of their wealth, whatever they had acquired, nothing at all could help them.

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Nothing at all. And this is the reality

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that when death comes to a person, anything that he is acquired at this dunya cannot reveal him. Everything remains behind.

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And who personally person lives a life of disobedience, then nothing at all can help him at that time. Because he thinks that the things of this dunya can protect him they can save him. But nothing can save a person from the punishment of Allah subhanaw taala no matter how strong he may be,

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no matter how powerful you may be, no matter how successful he may be, no matter how wealthy, no wealth, no success, no power, can help him win the punishment of a Madison's

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if you look at it repeatedly, the punishment it came upon the people when the morning time.

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And if you look at it in the morning, what is the person concerned about what he's going to do in the day.

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And at that time, he's completely oblivious to death or some kind of disaster, anything like that, he's not thinking about it. It doesn't even cross his mind. But look at how they were punished at this time. In the morning, as they were entering in their morning, that's when the punishment came. Last panatela says, woman on a semi well it will have been, and we have not created the heavens and the earth. Well, Nabina, Huma and whatever that is, between them 211 help except in truth,

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whatever that Allah has created, the heavens, the earth, and everything between everything has been created for and help. What does it mean by Bill? How's

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that for a purpose? For a just cause for a reason?

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He has not created all of this in vain. There's a reason behind that.

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So why have the people forgotten this reason?

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Similarly, women Hakuna sumati will although mabena Houma 11 help, will help also means that he created everything, as it should have been created,

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as his reading and his wisdom, demand

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that everything has been created perfectly. For example, if there are certain celestial bodies that float in the air, where are they up in the skies?

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And if they're creatures that walk and crawl and run and swim, where are they

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on the earth? And if they were placed in the sky, would that be appropriate? No. Similarly, if the celestial bodies that float in the air, they were placed on the earth would that be appropriate? No. So everything that Allah has created in the heavens in the earth and whatever that is in between, it has been held, it is in the way in the manner that it should have been created. So we are no one's to object at the creation of Allah.

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We are no one's to say why is it like that? And why is it like this?

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What in assata and indeed the our meaning the our resurrection, the day of judgment, it is to ensure the one that is coming.

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Meaning there is no doubt in the coming of the Day of Judgment it is definitely going to come. There is definitely going to be an end to this semi wet while automa VEDA Houma,

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phosphor husafell Jamil, so Prophet sallallahu Sallam forgive,

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forgive the people how a Subhanallah Jamil with gracious forgiveness. This is how you should forgive them.

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The eye begins with mentioning the fact that everything that Allah subhanaw taala has created has a purpose behind it.

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And if there has to be a purpose behind the creation of the sun, behind the creation of the stars as we learned earlier in disorder,

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there has to be a purpose behind the fact that at last Pandora has not given water has not given all of the water to us, but rather he sends it because there is martlew What does that show that everything has a purpose? Everything that happens there is a reason behind it.

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So how can a person think that people who live in this world they don't have a purpose?

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They have been created aimlessly without a purpose to fulfill. Allah subhanaw taala says instead of sod number 27 warmer Hakuna sama Obi Wan Albania Houma Bella and we did not create the heaven and the earth and that which is between them endlessly. No, there is an aim behind all of them.

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Similarly, we learned well mahalo clan SMRT will although avena Houma la de bien mahalo Punahou Houma. Illa will help when I can act on our home layer and the moon. And we did not create the heavens and the earth and that which is between them in play, just to amuse ourselves just to have some fun. We did not create them except in truth, but most of the people do not know.

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Most of the people do not know that if the heavens and the earth have been created for a purpose, then the human beings also have a purpose. And what is that purpose? To worship Allah subhanaw taala Allah subhanaw taala questions as instructed me no and I 115 that ever has ever gotten a NEMA, Hakuna komagata or unwelcome, Elena to Jerome?

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Did you think that we created you uselessly without a reason? And that to us, you will never be returned? How could you assume that

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that you have been sent to this world without a reason and that you will not be returned to us?

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Similarly, in Surah, tokuyama, i a 36 Wheeler and I will insert a new a new truck as soon as a human being think that he will be left neglected that no one's going to question him. No one's going to ask him, no one's going to take him to account.

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So the fact of the matter is that whatever Allah subhanaw taala has created, he has created it in health.

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And everything that Allah has created, he has made it subservient to who people, human beings, they have been created for the benefit of human beings. And the human beings have been created for what for worshipping Allah,

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and all of these blessings that have been given to us, we will be questioned about them. If you notice in the surah, we have learned about so many blessings at the beginning of this order.

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Why have they been given to us so that we use them

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so that we worship Allah subhanaw taala? Not that we get lost in these blessings.

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But rather, we use them, we benefit from them, and what is our output? What is our result, worshiping Allah?

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And on the Day of Judgment, we will be questioned somebody that just alone Naomi, then and then Noreen, you will be questioned, what did you do with all these blessings?

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When you ate all that food, when you benefited from that fresh air? What did you do? Think about it. If Allah subhanaw taala is giving us so much day in and day out? Is it not our duty, that we do something as well that he wants us to do?

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If for example, you feed an animal, and you raise that animal, you take care of it? Why? For example, a horse so that you can use it for writing. But if you feed that horse, you take care of it, you train it and at the end of the day, it's not producing any benefit. It's not bringing any benefit you would use that horse. It's a burden. It's a waste.

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So similarly, if Allah subhanaw taala is giving us so much then we must produce something we must be productive in our lives.

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And generally when we look at these ayat, we think oh, it's referring to the disbelievers who don't worship Allah. No. We also need to reflect on

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ourselves that we are eating the food that Allah is giving us. We are breathing the air that Allah is giving us. We're benefiting from the water that Allah is giving us.

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What is it that we are producing in return? What is it that we are doing as a result of benefiting from all these blessings?

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All of this time, this mind, this energy, this food, these resources, eyes, ears, what are we doing? Are we just wasting them and watching TV? The Sleeping away?

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Talking away. Think about it. What is the outcome of our every single day? What is the outcome of our weeks, our month, our years, our lives?

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We have been created for a purpose. This life has been given to us for a reason. And we must use it to produce something we must use it to do something beneficial.

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And Allah subhanaw taala says that we're in massada indeed the hour it is a theater, it is surely coming.

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This life is not forever.

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It's not eternal, the day of judgment, it is coming.

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And on that day you will be questioned. What did you do with your life that unlucky view

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what did you do? What did you produce? What did you bring?

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What did you do after all, so many blessings you enjoyed?

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What introducir matola he left there? So how you cannot enumerate the blessings?

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And what about the deeds that you have done?

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Then a Lost Planet Allah says to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that first for husafell, Jamil that forgive with a gracious forgiveness.

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Forgive Who?

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The people who were conveying the message to you?

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Because we learned at the beginning of the surah that they used to say about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they used to say to him, that he or you already knew zearalenone in nicoma renewal.

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Imagine if somebody says that to you on your face. Just imagine how would you feel?

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Yesterday, right and somebody saying to you on your face, you're crazy.

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You're gone mad. You're crazy. They say to you in public and not just one person, a group of people are saying that to you? How do you feel terrible.

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You feel so discouraged what is the loss of parents are they say to the Prophet, you just forgive them graciously? algemene when it came to sub sovereign Jamil now when it comes to software, software that is Jimmy

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software is basically to pass over something.

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And then it's used for forgiveness, which is when a person completely overlooks the others mistake.

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sofa is a page

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so surf is just forgive and forget whatever has happened during the page, forget it, it's history, it's gone.

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Forget about it, leave it alone. overlook it. Don't look back. First for husafell Jimmy.

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So, what kind of forgiveness is a Jamil it is such forgiveness and passing over in which there is no fuzzer no jazza in there is no impatience, no show of impatience, no show of anger.

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And there is no indecency either

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because sometimes what happens we say that we have forgiven, but what do we do?

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We go and talk bad about the same people.

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Right? Similarly, we say we have forgiven but then we go in with a fight with that person. We go and yell at them. We go and do something to harm them.

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or suffer Jamil is when a person completely forgives and overlooks the mistake of the other. He does not show any impatience, there is no jaza and there is no fish there is no indecency either.

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And remember, this is a monkey. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the rest of the companions are being encouraged to forgive. Why forgive because until you forgive, you cannot convey.

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until you forgive you cannot convey if you keep a grudge in your heart.

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You can never talk to that person you can ever wish well for them. In order to be a dairy, you have to be a well wisher. If you take your mother as an opponent, the one whom you're calling. If you consider him to be your opponent, then what happens dharwad turns into a fight.

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Whereas Dawa is not supposed to be a fight. You're conveying the message to the other.

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In America indeed your Lord who he is a HELOC, the Supreme creator and He is Allah Aleem the new week. It hasn't been said a Holic what has been said a holla.

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This is mobile and holep is one who creates best one who creates unlocked

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so your Lord He is the Supreme creator. He is the one who has

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created everything and he has the ability to recreate as well. And he is Aleem, he is knowing.

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So what is being said over here, that our last panel data originated his creation without any prior example. He did not take help from anyone. He created everything himself, and he knows what he has created.

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Why he has created and what he has created has an outcome, there must be a purpose.

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what occurred at NACA, and certainly we have given you a prophet sallallahu wasallam,

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several, seven, seven minute muthoni of the oft repeated verses, one through n and Arlene and the great Quran.

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Over here, the prophet SAW the Lotus Adam is being reassured.

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Because think about it.

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Think about the sadness, that he must have been experiencing. The people that are calling him names, day in and day out. Hardly anyone is believing.

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Because there came a point in the American era where opposition only intensified as each day passed by, it only intensified.

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So just imagine the sadness that he must have been experiencing. So he is being assured that do not grieve over the denial of these people. Rather, look at the blessings that Allah has given you.

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forgetting what these people are doing what they're saying, Look at what Allah has given you. Because when a person he looks at the blessings that Allah has given him, then he forgets about his grief.

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It makes him positive. It makes him forget his grief, his worries, it makes him grateful for what he has been given. And what blessing is it that Allah subhanaw taala mentions over here particularly, that Allah has given you seven oft repeated verses

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7 million muthoni muthoni is from the root fetters set new year

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and it's the plural of Mussina.

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Mussina was aletheia, Wilbur

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and Mussina from Sinan, which is your other to repeat.

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And center is praise.

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The word mitanni is therefore understood in several ways. First of all, it is said that it means oft repeated once.

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ones that are repeated again and again.

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Secondly, from Cena is praise. So my Fanny in which there is Praise, praise of who? Allah soprano. So what does savara mean and muthoni referred to there are two opinions. First of all, it has been said that it refers to the sovereign plan the seven long chapters of the Quran

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which ones are they? Al Baqarah? Are Milan and Missa Elmer either an alarm off and Alberto sweater toga.

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And they're called Alma Thani, why?

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if you look at it, the commands they are mentioned repeatedly,

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isn't it? I, for example, the command to pray the command to give this a cat. They're mentioned repeatedly. Again and again.

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Similarly, the Hereafter, it's mentioned repeatedly.

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Laws, they're mentioned repeatedly halal and haram. They're mentioned repeatedly again and again

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in various forums in various ways.

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Secondly, it is said that Al masani it refers to pseudo Fatiha

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and this is a stronger opinion. Why? Because there is a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, which confirms that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen here a several masani will call angeletti duty to that and hamdulillahi Rabbil aalameen meaning SoTL Fatiha This is a seven of the Masonic and the Quran which I have been given

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to because there is a hadith that supports that. This is why this is a stronger opinion. Now the question is why sort of the father called El masani?

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Because first of all, it is oft repeated. The seven is they are repeated

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many times in every single rocker isn't every single rocker in the sun in the fault in the novel, every locker that you pray, what do you recite

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certified whether you recite some other soda or not you have to recite.

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Secondly, it is also called sub Armenian mitanni.

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Because Allah subhanaw taala is praised and glorified

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a lot in this war how Alhamdulillah wa

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Big alarm and Rahim Maliki Ahmed de. So he's still heed his hand his milkier all of that is mentioned in the surah.

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And if you take the opinion that Bismillah is actually an eye of Surah Fatiha, then you see that a reminder Rahim has mentioned twice because some scholars they say that Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim it is a part of solidified so if you take that opinion of our minor Rahim comes twice. So, it's called masani. Why Because Allah subhanaw taala is praised and glorified in the sooner

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there is another reason as to why sort of fat Eric is called several million mahtani and that is that some have said that muthoni is from the word mustehsan

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was definite is this net is to make an exception,

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same route to make something an exception. So, this Sora is made

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exceptional how in the sense that it has only been given to the oma of the prophets.

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It has been given exclusively to the oma of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it has not been given to any other oma before.

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Similarly, it is said that another opinions device about women and Madani if you remember sannan san Asada who it is to fold

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in the home Yes noon. So Dora home solitude center is to fold something. So when you fold something into two parts, what are you doing? You're dividing it into two parts, right? For example, you have a piece of paper when you fold it, you're dividing it into two parts. The certain factor is called subterminal mahtani. Because it is divided into two parts how

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one part is praised, and the other part is the door.

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Another way It hasn't been divided is that it is divided between Allah subhanaw taala and between the servant

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how the Hadees which tells us that Assam to salata, benei will be now that I have divided the prayer meaning sort of Fatiha between me and between my servant

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that when you recite and if Soto Fatiha Allah subhanaw taala responds to that.

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When a person says al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Allah Subhana Allah says, hamadani my slave has glorified me. When the slave says no Rahim, Allah subhanaw taala says as narrowly as

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when a servant says later on in the surah, that Athina Serato, Mr. Team, Allah subhanaw taala says, Well, you are the master, my servant will get what he asked for.

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So this is how the prayer is divided between Allah and the servant, that whenever an ayah is recited the last panel data response. So next time that your site's a little fatter, in the solder, take time, take time, because generally we just whizzed through a lot of it. I think, you know, it's a standard part of solid, we might be focusing on the sooner that we recite afterwards. But we must also focus on a little further, because look, Allah subhanaw taala response to take time. And wait.

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is also said that sort of the fact that it's called silvermine and muthoni. Because it was revealed twice.

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It was revealed twice.

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There's a difference of opinion Some say that it was revealed only in Makkah, others say that it was revealed in Medina, but the fact is that it was revealed twice. Similarly another reason why it's called Alma Sani is because the words of Soto Fatiha are repeated within the surah. How like for example, first of all, if you take the opinion that Bismillah is a part of sort of a reminder Rahim come

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twice. Similarly yakka. Norbu wa Yaga. Mystery if dinner a Surat Al Muslim slot alladhina and Anjali laden moldoveanu what ulundi

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So we see that the words of the surah are the words of the suta are repeated. This is why it's well several million Bethenny. So unless Karnataka says that what are the ethane acha savara, mitten mitanni Welcome.

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We have given you the seven after repeated chapters or seven oft repeated verses and if you look at it, the opinion that this refers to sort of fat There is also stronger because of another reason.

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Exactly this is a Maki sola. And if you take the opinion of savatthi, while most of us was where were they revealed in Medina later on.

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So we see that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam has been reassured that you look at the blessing that Allah subhanaw taala has given you.

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If you see the people of Makkah, they were very wealthy,

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and especially the elite, the chiefs, the rich, they were the ones who were opposing the profits.

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They were

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The ones who would go and say harsh things to him. They were the ones who would physically abuse the believers as well.

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So the prophets have a lot of cinemas being comforted that yes, your enemy has all types of resources. They have all types of strength, they have worldly power, but what do you have the Quran and the Quran, who are Hiraman management, it is better than all that people collect.

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But the fact is that apparently, many people, they don't find a glamorous, they don't find it attractive.

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And the things of this dunya they seem to be very, very attractive.

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And we see that, generally people they go for the apparent, which is why I have somebody studying the Quran.

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What do people say? What are you doing?

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So that's all you're doing? You're only studying the Quran right now. But what else are you doing? Why can't you just do it on the weekends? Why can't you just do it on the site? It's not that much. It's not that big of a deal.

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Because if people don't think that the Quran is something glorious, that it is allegedly.

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And the dunya on the other hand, it seems very attractive to them. Which is why sometimes it happens that a person is studying the Quran, and he sees other people who are doing other things. And he gets demoralized. And he says that, you know, I've been doing this for a while, let me just leave it I've done 10 years, I've done one period, that's enough. Let me move on to something else.

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But what does Allah subhanaw taala show to us over here, that the people they have so much dunya all of that dunya on one side and the Koran on the other side,

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you have been given the Quran, which is far better than what these people have.

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How is it far better? Because whatever that the people of Makkah had,

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they lost it, it got perished, it was finished.

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And what the prophet said a lot of them was given the Quran, it remained.

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Similarly, today, no matter what you have of this dunya no matter what degree you obtain,

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no matter what wealth you accumulate, no matter what you do, all of that is on one side, and on the other side is called on on the Day of Judgment, what is it that's going to bring you honor,

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it's the Quran. It's not people with big PhDs and degrees, we're going to be given a crown to wear, who is going to be given a crown to where the person has memorized.

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Similarly, a person will not be told to ascend in the levels of gender based on the various degrees that he has obtained in the dunya. What is it that's going to let him attain high levels in his recitation of the

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what is going to be his companion? Quran? What is going to come into Shapira for him the Quran, what is going to share him with clouds for an

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alley and

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so all of this dunya on one hand and the Quran on the other, it is far better. And Allah subhanaw taala is correcting our thinking over here

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that do not compare yourself with others

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in the sense that don't think that you're any less if people have more money than you and all that you have is the Quran. If you have the Quran, you are far better, far more successful than everyone else.

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And just sort of further has been mentioned over here what are called Athena aka Sumerian mahtani. one surah is much better

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than sometimes some people are very good when it comes to studying the Quran reciting the Quran, other people are not that great. So we should try to excel in our knowledge in our understanding in our recitation, you know, memorization, but at the end of the day, a loss of parameter is going to look at what the effort that a person is putting in and what he is benefiting from the clock, because if a person has memorized everything, but his armor is not changing, then what's the use?

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So we see that a lot of crowns are dimensioned to the feather in particular over here. It is said that all of the Scriptures that Allah subhanaw taala revealed,

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they are contained or their message has been preserved in four books, the total visible the Injeel, and the Quran.

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And what ever was in the previous scriptures, in the Torah is about the Injeel it has been preserved where

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in the Quran, and whatever is in the Quran, its essence is where it's a little fatter.

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So Soto Fatiha is the essence. Why? Because in it is a yak and I will do what you can

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and the worship of Allah subhanaw taala what is the purpose of life? So Allah subhanaw taala is saying to us over here that do not grieve over what the people have.

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do not agree

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over that, since I've started the course, so until a friend of mine Look, she's doing her master's now.

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I only have an undergrad.

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And she's gonna do her PhD.

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And I'm still here, where she's been working since then it's been almost a year she's made at least 60,000. And I have spent at least I don't know how many 1000s

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right, this is what we think this is how we look at it. But what is the lesson

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that look at the benefit that you obtained? You have an Fatiha, you have been given Al Quran and Arlene,

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instead of Eunice IFTA what is the loss of penalty, it could be Family Law, he will be remedy for the Delica failure for human miasma.

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This is better than everything else that people accumulate or occupy when I'm around him. He said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam once he came out from his house,

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and we were after a sofa, meaning the harbor sofa they were there in the masjid. So he said to them, who of you would like to go out in the morning, every day to the valley of Bhutan, or an Rp. Basically, there was a market over there people would go buy and sell. So he said which of you would like to go to that marketplace every morning and come back with two large sheep camels. And these three camels, he's coming back with them without committing any sin. Or severing any family ties, meaning it's not that he is, you know, stealing, or he's not committing any injustice on someone. He rightfully owns them. He rightfully deserves those two large he Gamble's.

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So we're applied messenger of Allah, all of us would like this.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Would one of you not go to the masjid and learn to recite two verses from the book of Allah. Just go to the masjid, and learn to recite two verses from the book of Allah. And that would be better than two sheep, camels.

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And three verses would be better for him than three sheep, camels. And four verses would be better than for sheep, camels, and whatever their number may be of camels, muslin,

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a camel, you can equate that with a car.

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And this is not an ordinary car, a large chic Mo, not a male camel, and not a small one, a large t camel. So we're talking about a very good car.

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Who does not want to brand new cars every single day.

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Every person wants, every person wants to increase in his wealth.

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So this is a hadith that we must remind ourselves of, and we must remind our family members of it as well, that if a person goes to the masjid learns to it, it's much better than earning two sheep camels.

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It's up to you how many sheep camels you want,

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how much reward you want. It's up to you