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Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 14 – L138B

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Taimiyyah Zubair

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An-Nahl 80-95 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 80-81

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was a bit of a malicious language in Bismillahirrahmanirrahim lesson number 138 surah two national ID number 81 logwood our letter comb and Allah has made for you.

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member you take home from your houses from your homes, second and a place of rest wodeyar alella calm and he has made for you, men julu dill an army from the heights of the animals, boo 10 houses dense, does the foreigner yo mas are an equal way oma iqama tickle, which you find light on your day of travel. And also on your day of encampment.

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We see in this ayah that Allah subhanaw taala is mentioning another big blessing of his upon people.

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And what is that blessing? The blessing of houses of homes. The homes that we live in are also a huge blessing of Allah subhanaw taala.

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A person might say, but we build our houses ourselves, the animals, okay, a Lost Planet, Allah creates them, but the houses that we live in, we build them ourselves. But if you think about it, where do we get the material from?

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From what Allah has provided us with?

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And how did we come up with the way of building houses, if you look at it in different areas, where the climates are different, where the weather is different houses are built completely differently.

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Like over here, for instance, if you were to build houses made of concrete, he would freeze in the winter, it would be impossible for you to warm up your houses.

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Similarly, if you go to other places, and if you build houses have wood over there, termites would completely consume them, it would be impossible to live in such houses.

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So who has given this ability to us to build houses which are suitable to our places suitable to the climate that we live in. And also he gave us the skill he gave us the talent and he has also provided us with the resources

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well Lahu Jarl Allah. So Allah has made for you member you tickle we used as a plural of date.

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So your houses, whether there are houses that are made of mud, concrete, wood, some solid material, whatever your houses are made off your houses, Allah has made them for you second, a place of rest, a place to find peace. Second from the route after seeing gaff noon, sukoon peace and tranquility. And the word second is actually in love. So it would mean a means or place of time, or rest, the means or time of rest and comfort.

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So the houses that you live in, they are a second for you. Meaning places where you find sukoon

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How do you find sukoon your houses?

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How do they give you sukoon? How do they give you comfort and peace?

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That first of all, they protect you from the weather outside. For example, if it's raining, you just go into your house and you're nice and dry.

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If it's snowing outside, you manage to warm up your houses inside and stay warm without winter jackets on you 24 hours.

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Similarly, your houses protect you from the heat of the sun.

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They protect you, from other people watching you all the time. You got privacy in your house. similarity from insects, from mosquitoes, so many things. So your houses are a place of second for you. You go there you relax, you find peace,

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which are identical, and he has made for you. Men deluded unarmed anom from the skins of the grazing livestock Judo there's a plural of Gil. He has made for you from their skins meaning from their hides buton houses, and which we use are these tents or canopies.

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And these houses that you made from the height of these animals, you find them extremely light does a foreigner does a foreigner from the earth letters half from the word coffee

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and half Eve is to be light and is the huffer is to find something light to consider something to be light, whether in the tangible sense or in the intangible sense.

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Like for example, it's possible that you're carrying a bag and you say it's extremely heavy, there comes your brother, and he says Oh, you think it's heavy, it's not heavy at all. He finds it very light and you find it heavy in the tangible sense.

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Similarly in the intangible sense. One is that a person finds a particular task extremely difficult and because of that, it seems very

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burdensome and there is another person who finds it extremely easy, which is why it's very light on him.

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So that's the only foreigner, you take it very lightly, you find it very likely. What does hair refer to these standards that you have made from the heights of these animals.

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So you find them light, particularly when yoma Lara Nico, on the day of your journey, and also a while yoma iqama Tico. And also on the day of your encampment,

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run from the rue fetters law I knew and learn is used for traveling.

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It's used for a journey, but in particular, it's used for such a journey, which a person takes in order to search for food and water.

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The Arabs Where do they live

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in the desert.

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And remember, some Arabs they used to live in cities like for example, maka, Medina alive. But the rest of them who were the Bedouins, Bedouin Arabs,

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and they would move from one place to the other, in search of food and water.

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So for example, there would be traveling, they would find an oasis in the middle of the desert, and they would stay over there until the water, the food, everything would be consumed over there. And if they needed more water, obviously, to survive, they would have to move elsewhere.

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And remember, they had animals and the animals, you have to feed them, you have to feed them plants, you have to feed them food. And for that reason, they would move along with their herds within the desert moving from one location to the other.

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So over here, in particular, we see that the blessings that Allah subhanaw taala had bestowed on the veterans or mentioned that he has provided you with such houses that you make from your animal heights, which are first of all very cost effective, because they wouldn't have to go somewhere to buy those skins, all that they had to do was slaughter an animal, eat the meat, enjoy that for some time. And then the skin use it for building their tents.

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And these tents, they would not only live inside, but it was also very, very easy to transport them.

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Why? Because they were so lightweight. So the days in which they would travel, the day of migration, the day of learn the day that they would go in order to search for food and water. On that day, they would find it extremely easy to carry their tents with them.

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Even though if you will for camping, what kind of tents would you prefer? Those that are extremely lightweight. Similarly, if a person is going for Hajj, and if a person has a knee injury, or they're elderly, they would prefer to take a chair with them. But what kind of chairs will they take with them, which is extremely light, easy to pack fits in a small bag, it has a carrier on it very, very easy and light. And that is a huge convenience.

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So similarly for the Arabs, the tents that they made were of animal heights, and they were extremely easy for them to travel with.

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Well, Yama ikar Medical karma from the root letters of Wyoming and a comma to establish to settle. So on the day of your engagement on the day of your state. Meaning the day when you pitch cam. The day when you arrive at a new location, it's extremely easy for you to pitch your tents, because they're made of these animal hides which are extremely light.

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And remember, this was not just convenient for desert dwellers for the Bedouins. But this was also extremely Canadian for travelers.

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This was also extremely convenient for who for travelers, because the Arabs again they would travel a lot for business, the people of Makkah they will travel Syria, a sham

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for business purposes. And imagine you're traveling through the desert.

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So obviously they would need to take some tents with them. And these dense made of animal hides extremely light.

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So that's a huge blessing of Allah subhanaw taala upon you.

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Women elsewhere fear and from its will, as wife is a florala SUV. From the fetters solid well fair

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and SUV is used for sheep wool. Wool that is taken from what sheepskin

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what Obadiah Oh, that is the plural of Weber. Well, the law Weber with the founder.

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And Weber is used for the hair of camels and goats

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in particularly

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used for the hero who gambled and goats.

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What a shot he had a shot is the plural of Sheriff and Charlie's hair. But when used for animals, it refers to the hair of goats. So souf is his wife, his sheep, obey His camels and goats and Assad is goats only.

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So from this wool and fur, and here, what do you get?

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What benefits do you extract from them?

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First of all, assassin, assassin, first furnishings, furniture,

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as it is said that it's a plural of the word atha. Don't just add a term a booth at the end.

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And I say your suit. Hamza says, sir, so your suit is to be plenty

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to be abundant.

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And from this the word is used for every kind of abundant good, every kind of blessing.

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And in particular, it is used for household items. What kind of items? household items because first of all, they're abundant, aren't they? If you've ever moved, and you try to wrap up your kitchen, you're wondering, How on earth did I amass all of this stuff? Similarly, if you're just backing up your living room, all of that is what home furnishings? It's so much stuff.

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So assess refers to what the household items, such furnishing such things that are used inside the house.

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warmer than matar is what that is a source of benefits, something that is enjoyed.

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So what's the difference between SS and Mata

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SS in particular is used for household items. And matar is used for such things that are used by people, whether they're used inside the house or outside the house, whether they're used at home or when traveling, whether they're used at home or at work, that is what matter

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objects of delight objects of enjoyment equipment gear, that is what Modarres

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elhanan until a time

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meaning from the hair the further wool of all of these animals, you make furnishings for your house, and you also are able to use them until when until again until a limited time

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and what is that time until either you die or they expire they come to an end.

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So, the benefit that you gain from these things are only for your life.

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If you think about it as as the various furnishings of various household items that can be made from the further hair the wool of all these animals or what like for example, rugs.

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Similarly, blankets, similarly, clothing.

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Various things can be made from the fur of these animals.

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Remember that this sort of sort of is a Maki soda.

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And in this surah Allah, Allah has mentioned many of his blessings. And amongst those blessings, what has he mentioned over here, the blessing of first of all houses, secondly, dense. And thirdly, household items.

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So we can consider houses to be your permanent residence tends to be your temporary residence, and matar and assess to be the things that you use, whether it's your permanent or your temporary residence.

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Now, in particular, what is mentioned over here is such things that the Bedouins would use that the Arabs would use, but this blessing was not just bestowed upon them, it has also been bestowed upon us.

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Because if you think about it, if we did not have this roof above us,

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or if we did not have these lights, these lights are what assess household items modern, they are a source of benefit for us.

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Similarly, if we did not have these walls around us, how would it be possible for us to sit here and study today? Just imagine no walls, no windows, no ceiling? How would you sit in this cold in that rain, and all that wind? And all those birds chirping and the planes flying and all that noise, the traffic all that outside? How would it be possible for you, it would be impossible.

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Similarly, if you didn't have houses that had ceilings on them, that had walls around them that had windows, how would it be possible for us to live?

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How would it be possible for us to do anything in privacy, to get some sukoon to get some peace, it would be

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Impossible.

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So the fact that we have houses that are a means of sukoon that our means of privacy and protection, this is a huge blessing of Allah soprano Turner.

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And unfortunately, we take these blessings for granted.

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And we never appreciate for these blessings that are lost pantalla has given us we never appreciate a Lost Planet Allah for them.

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We will thank Allah for the food that we eat, we will perhaps thank him for the new clothes that we wear. But we should also thank him for the blessing of a house, a house that is a source of sukoon for us.

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Just imagine all those people who are homeless. Just imagine

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this the other day, we were driving through downtown, and I saw this man, he had a trolley in his hand. And the trolley at the back of it he had hung like about five or six bags, which are perhaps full of his cloth or his stuff. And the trolley, he had some stuff as well. As it seemed as though he was a homeless man, it was quite obvious because he was dressed up in a warm winter jacket and you choose and gloves and cap. Obviously, he was sitting in the cold for a long time. And all those things showed that he didn't really have a place to live.

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And it really hit me that imagine we are so cold inside the car, even that we have the heated seats on we have the heating on, we don't want to open the window. And here's this man sitting on the side of the road with all of his belongings without a roof on his head.

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We never thank Allah for the house that we have. Unfortunately, we complain that this room is too small, or the windows are too small, or the windows are too big, or the direction of the house is not as good. The carpet is too old. The washroom is not how I would like it to be, we complained so much.

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And we forget the fact that 100 Allah Allah has given us a house in which we find sukoon.

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If it's not ideal, which it can never be ideal as the person who had a custom built house, even that house is not ideal for him.

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After some time you find faults in it,

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at least you have a place that is yours. At least you have a place where you can do whatever you want to you have some sukoon you have some bees, that is a huge blessing of Allah soprano, that protects you from the dust from the noise.

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It's a huge blessing.

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So we should really be thankful to Allah subhanaw taala for the blessing of the house that He has given to us. And the houses that the Arabs have, especially wish they would make of animal hides, they were especially beneficial for them because there would be a source of keeping the heat out during the day. They were like insulators. So during the day, the heat would not be inside the tents because the sunlight would be completely blocked by the thick animal hides. And during the night there would be a source of retaining heat and warmth inside because remember in the desert, at night, it's extremely cold. So they were perfect for the weather that they were living and if you

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look at it in every place, Allah subhanaw taala has provided such houses which are ideal for that weather for that climate. So we see in this ayah that the homes that we have, the furnishings that we enjoy the clothing that we have all of these are what blessings of Allah soprano therefore, we should thank him for them. Instead of finding faults instead of complaining, we should be grateful.

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Well LaHood You are welcome. And Allah has made for you may man from that which Hanukkah He has created meaning from the various things that Allah has created

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various things like for example, the mountains, similarly trees, animals, dunes, clouds, buildings that we make.

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So along with our other local minima Hanako from the various things that he has created, he provides us what Leland shades shadows floral off with.

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And these shades, they shelter you from the heat of the sun.

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Just imagine if everything in this dunya was such that the heat of the sun, the sunlight could penetrate through it.

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Just imagine if the ceiling could not block the sunlight. If the roof of your car could not block the sunlight, if the trees could not block it. If the cloud could not block it, if the buildings could not block it. How would we do anything?

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You know many times it happens with certain people that if they go out in the sun, and the sun is extremely bright, they're unable to open their eyes even.

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We will be walking around with sunglasses all the time making our life so difficult.

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So along with Darren and alchemy maharlika learning what john Alico any is made for you mean algae Valley from the mountains.

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Japan plural of German meaning from the mountains he has made for you a canal and shelters.

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A canal is a plural of kin, or can gaff noon with a shadow on the noon and either orchestra or a Fatah on the calf can or kin

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and a cane is basically anything in which something hides anything in which something is kept secure.

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Remember Akin Latin coverings,

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that in which something is protected that when something is preserved, it is hidden inside. And a canal in particular is used for such places where creatures they go inside in order to be protected from the heat of the sun,

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in order to be protected from bad weather, like for example, rain or hail or snow

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and it also applies to such places in which various creatures live. So, for example, it can be a cave, it can be a tunnel, it can be a hole.

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So, Allah has made for you in the mountains, Atlanta places of shelter, places of refuge places in which you can hide and shelter yourselves from the heat of the sun, from extreme cold, from fierce wind from bad weather.

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Similarly, from the danger of the enemy, you can go and hide inside these caves and be sheltered when you're in an echo, and he has made for you so abila garments sarabi is a plural of sit ban from the newsletters seen bra the length and cell balance city Belize, a long garment, a long garment, it's basically one piece which gives the benefit of economies as well as it is a it gives the benefit of a shirt as well as a lower garment. This is what I said about is

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and from this can also be used for clothes. So, a journal comes arrabida He has made for use or RBU long clothes, garments dresses and these dresses what do they do?

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It protects you from the root letters well coffee Assam Brutus

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So, these garments protect you from what an helwa the heat

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now after heat, both gold has not been mentioned.

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But by mentioning one the other is implied it's understood.

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So, these garments protect you from heat and they also protect you from what cold it's understood by mentioning one the other is implied and when such is the case, then mentioning one is sufficient okay. So the legal will however, they protect you from heat as well as cold.

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So garments which are made of various materials,

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for example, cotton, or wool, various materials, and these clothes, they protect you from extreme weathers.

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Now, you may wonder garments are protected from heat. Isn't that strange? Generally, what do people think that if you're hot, take your clothes off. That's what people say. But that is not what solves a problem. If you take your clothes off, what is that going to do? It's going to burn your skin. It's going to make your skin turn extremely red. It's going to give you sunburn. It's going to have harmful effect on your skin you need to cover your skin,

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but you need to wear such material that is going to keep you cool.

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So for example, in summer, what kind of clothes Do you wear light. Similarly, very nice soft cotton, which stays cold. So the liquid will hover

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whatsoever below any is ultimate garments for you. The key con that protect you from what But second, your might, what does it mean by bus war, meaning in war also these garments protect you. What kind of garments are these

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coats of male armor helmets,

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if you think about it, a helmet is worn on the head. Similarly coats of male are worn on the body shields.

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So he has also provided you with such garments which protect you in your battle from getting struck from getting shot at.

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And these days where they have those jackets which protect you from bullets from gunshots and you know what they're made of

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silk and also one more thing, any idea? spider's web

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they're made of the spider

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Webb's strings because they're extremely elastic. So this is why they're made of such material. It's also a natural material.

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gallica likewise, you Timonium matter who he completes his blessing alaikum upon you were in dystonia, how, like the way that he has provided you not just houses to live in. But he has provided you various places throughout the earth to protect you from the heat of the sun, from bad weather from fierce wind. And not just these places, but he has also provided you with various types of clouds to protect you from the various dangers that you could face in different situations.

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In this way, he has completed his blessing upon you in this dunya that everything that you need, he has provided that to you.

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It's not that Allah only gave us clothes. And that was enough. No, he gave us clothes. And he also gave us houses. It's not that he only gave us houses. No, he gave us clothes as well. It's not only that he gave us clothes and houses only he gave us other places as well, where we could find protection and refuge and shelter.

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So Allah has completed his blessings upon us. He has given us everything that we need, every need, every requirement in life has been fulfilled. Why not? I look them to slim on so that you can submit? What does it mean by the so that you can submit meaning so that you can submit to a lowest priority.

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And remember, this is a Maki Sora, primarily the addresses to who did the people of Makkah. And over here the various lessons are mentioned, so that they feel grateful, they feel a sense of gratitude. And as a result of that they willingly want to submit to Allah soprano.

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They willingly want to become Muslim, that allowed them to swim.

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However, these lessons are not just upon the non Muslims that they should become Muslim. Upon hearing these blessings, they're also upon those who believe. So now I'll come to Simone would mean so that you remain constant in your submission to Allah. Because when a person continues to remember the various blessings, then he continues to remain obedient.

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And Allah come to Simone has also been read as the Allah come to slow moon,

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which means so that you can be saved, so that you can be protected. Meaning Allah has given you all of these blessings, houses, shelters, clothing, so that you can be saved, saved from what? harm injury.

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So we see in this ayah, that allows a penalty Allah mentions more of his blessings, that blessings which are a means of protection, blessings, which are a means of shelter for us.

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And if Allah has provided this for us in the dunya, he has certainly provided us with similar blessings to protect us from the heat in the hereafter.

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And what is that blessing, the blessing of guidance, the blessing of the messenger, the blessing of the Quran,

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and Allah has given us His blessing, so that we can submit to Him so that we can listen to him. Because if you think about it, someone who has given a huge blessing to the other,

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the other person is indebted to him.

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If someone has done you a huge favor, you are always indebted to him, you always obey Him. As I mentioned earlier, earlier, son, young Pharaoh, listen, you have to obey, you have to listen to the one who has bestowed a huge favor upon you.

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So if Allah has bestowed you with so many blessings, what is required of you. Now I look him to the moon, that you submit to Him, that you listen to him, you obey Him, not that you enjoy all of these blessings, and you forget him.

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But unfortunately, this is a behavior of many people. They enjoy the various blessings that Allah has provided. But at the end of the day, they don't think about obeying Allah. Just as we learned earlier, that Allah has given to you eyes and ears and hearts, Khalifa matters guru living is it that you offer gratitude.

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We learn in the Quran as well. Allah subhanaw taala says in in Santa Clara de la Canute. Indeed the human being to his Lord is extremely ungrateful. He uses all the blessings but he never turns on says thank you. Or even if he says on hamdulillah he never obeys Allah. This is the ingratitude of people.

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The true believer when he realizes all of these blessings, what does he want to do naturally?

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He wants to obey a lot more, he becomes more grateful. And eventually everything that he does is dedicated to who

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of us prioritize inequality, one Uzuki jamahiriya Rama Murthy de la

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Hello Good. Why?

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Because he has given to me everything that I have. And when he has given everything, then my everything is also for him.