Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 15 – L143D

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Al-Isra 23-35 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 26-27

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Are the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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lesson number 143. So total Islam is number 26

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What are developer hepco? Who? Well, Myskina Wabi Sabi Lee went to bed theater with euro and give the relative his right and also the poor and the traveler and do not spend wastefully.

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In the previous ayat, we have learned about the help of parents,

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the right of the parents and what is that, that they must be shown good behavior from their children,

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that the children must be beautiful towards them, they must behave well with them,

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especially when the parents have become old.

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And that the children must never yell at their parents, they must never raise their voices at their parents and they should be humbled before them,

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they should not yell at them and whenever they should speak, they should speak gently.

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But after the parents, there are also other people who are related to us, who are they like for example, one's own siblings, one's own children, or uncles and aunts or spouse, all of these are who relatives. Now, these relatives, even they have a right

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because many times we go on to extremes. If a person is very careful about fulfilling the right of his mother or his father, he will neglect other relatives. If a person is very careful about pleasing his mother, he will not care about pleasing his wife or pleasing his children. But we see that a balance must be maintained and every person's right must be given to him. Which is why after the parents then Kerber mentioned

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that what atty you should give them corba the possessor of near relationship, who is then corba the relative, the one who is related to you.

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And if you think about it, all people are related to one another in some way or the other.

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So what's the rule of the Cobra

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we learn from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that the obeyed includes omeka what abeka your mother and your father, what what a hawk and your sister and your brother some dinner, at dinner, then the closest and the next closest. So, you have to see who is closest to you in relationship. The closer they are, the more right they have,

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the closer they are in their relationship to you, the more right they have on you. Similarly, the closer they live with you. For example, a person lives in his house with perhaps his wife, children as well as parents. Now, it's possible that the uncle and aunt or one sibling lives in another country, yes, even they have a hug, but those who are living with you, they have more of a hug on you.

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Similarly, we learned from other ahadees some a club fan club that closest than the next closest.

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So, we see that from the dunkerbeck the most right is a vote of the immediate family and the immediate family includes parents, children, spouse as well as siblings, and then it goes on to the extended family and extended family includes like for instance, uncles, aunts, cousins,

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similarly, grandparents. So, all of this is what extended family

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and remember that people are related to one another in three ways. First of all, through blood

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secondly, through rodar what is Radharani through breastfeeding and thirdly through service meaning through marriage.

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And although they'll corba it primarily applies to those relatives who are related to you by blood. However, by extension, it also applies to other people who are related to you through other relationships through marriage or for instance to another.

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So, what are the the Cordoba haka who give to the relative his right?

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What is the right of the relative, the one who is close to you, the one who is related to you

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What right does he deserve from you?

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What is your duty towards him?

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okay to be kind to them. But shouldn't you be going towards everyone?

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He should be right. So what special advantage does a person have, when they are related to you? Special advantage

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that relationships must be established with them.

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A connection must be established with them

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by for example, if there is a person, if you don't speak to them for a week or two, for perhaps months, it's not a big deal.

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However, if it's your relative, if it's your mother, if it's your sister, if it's your grandmother, then what is your responsibility that you must speak to them? Every now and then. Similarly, if it's an ordinary person, if you don't give them a gift for a while, it's not a big deal. But someone who is related to you, it's an obligation upon you to spend on them.

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So what's the heck of the relative that first of all, we know

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that relationships must be maintained,

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the ties or relationship must be maintained. Similarly, spending on them, financially spending on them.

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And especially when they are in need,

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at the time of need, when they need your help, when they need your financial assistance, it's your duty that you have to help them.

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Remember, when a person if he kills another person, and if blood money has to be taken from him, the murder does not give the blood money only from his pocket,

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you know,

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who has to pay

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him and his family. So what does it show that the family is responsible for helping one another financially, relatives are responsible for helping one another financially. So if your own sister is going through financial hardship before she goes to the bank, it's your responsibility that you help her.

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Similarly, if it's your own uncle, your own aunt, who needs some financial assistance, it's your duty that you help them. Even if they have a job, even if they're working, when they are in need. They deserve this help from you, that you assist them, that you help them, it's your obligation, they deserve that from you.

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Similarly, the health of the relative is that when they are in a time of happiness, or grief, it's your responsibility to share that time with them.

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To be with them at such occasions, if they're going through some illness, it's your duty to go and help them in their house, to clean their house, to cook for them, to call them and ask them how they're doing. If they gave birth to a child, it's your responsibility to go and see them to give them a gift if you can afford to do something or the other to assist them. Because there is a reason as to why of loss of personal data, get this relationship between people. Human beings cannot survive on their own. They need one another. They're dependent on one another. And with these relationships that our last panel data has made, he has brought people closer together.

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And when we are close together, what does it mean that we have to assist one another?

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Many times people complain that, you know, we're living in this country where you have no help. But it's unfortunate that they have their relatives were living in the same country, perhaps in the same city, perhaps just 40 minutes away, or an hour away. But still, we see that hardly ever do relatives meet one another?

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Hardly ever do they speak to one another?

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Do they come over to one another's house, they treat each other like strangers, like extremely distant relatives.

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But the fact is that when Allah has joined you together with a relationship to the extent that your features even look alike, then it's your responsibility that you stay connected with one another. What didn't.

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And notice it hasn't been said. Take your help from what has been said give their hectic

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because many times we're concerned about taking our half we say they never give it to us. Why should we give it to them? They never call us why should we call them they never come over? Why should we go over?

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Your responsibility is to give his half to him.

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Who else while Myskina and the needy. Also give the needy person his help? Who is the needy

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the needy person

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miskeen same calf noon, is someone whose needs are not fulfilled. And because of that, he has become immobile.

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Because second is to become still to become stationary.

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So because he is suffering from some financial problem, he is unable to move about, he's unable to travel. He is unable to go here and there. So miskeen is someone who is needy, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he described the muskiness, that the miskeen is not the one who goes around among the people begging, maybe receiving a morsel or two, he goes to one person, he gives him $1, and other person it gives him a penny, no, and a date or two, rather, the miskeen is the one who does not have enough wealth to suffice him.

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However, he does not let others know about it, in order to be given charity, and he does not even stand and beg people.

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So who is miskeen? That first of all, his needs are not fulfilled. Secondly, he does not let other people know about his need.

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And thirdly, he does not beg.

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He does not beg. So what does it mean? That the miskeen person has to be found has to be discovered by you?

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Which is why it is your responsibility to give his help to him. You go and see, who can I help? Who could need my assistance.

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It's possible that someone needs help. And they're not asking for help, but it's my duty to go and help them.

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And we think that miskeen is technically someone who is going through some financial problem.

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But otherwise, as well, we see people around us they need assistance. Like for example, we will perhaps see someone carrying heavy bags down the stairs. Now what is your duty? When you see them? Should you expect them to ask you for help? Should you know it's your duty to help them anyway? To take one back for them? If they're elderly take both from her.

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Because she will not ask.

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She will not ask he will not ask. It's your duty that when you see her in difficulty, you have to help her. Even if she does not ask.

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Many times we say they never asked for help.

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Right? Isn't this what we say? They never asked for help. This is why we're just sitting over here. We shouldn't be like that we should be sensitive to the needs of other people, we should find them and help them.

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And what is the health of the miskeen

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that the miskeen, especially when he's going through some financial difficulty, his health is his right is that he should be helped financially. And especially it refers to the cat that the cat must be given to him.

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Like we have learned earlier in through the Toba that the cat is altered for who

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the miskeen, the fukuhara as well as the Misaki.

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And miskeen should be helped whether he is a relative or not.

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Because sometimes people think our obligation is only to help those who are related to us, or those who are from the same country as ours, or those who are back home. But the fact is that any person who is miskeen deserves your help. So whether they're your relatives or not, whether they're from your country or not, it's your responsibility to help them.

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webinar Serbian and the traveler, meaning give the health of the traveler as well. What is the health of the traveler, that he should be welcomed, that he should be taken in as a guest?

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This is the heart of the traveler.

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And yes, the traveler deserves more right when he is in need when he is stranded and when he needs some financial assistance or when he needs a place to stay. Yes, it is your duty to help them. But it's not necessary that a traveler must be poor must be needy in the financial sense for you to help him know. A traveler needs your assistance, regardless of whether he is poor or not.

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What kind of assistance do they need?

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For example, it's possible that your friend is visiting the city and she and her husband are perhaps staying at a hotel. It's not that they don't have enough money. They're staying at the hotel, no problem, nothing whatsoever. But every single day they have been eating out.

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So what's the hook of the traveler that they get a homemade meal, right.

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This is their hook, that they should be taken in as guests that you

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should be hospitable towards them.

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One or two worth it and do not be wasteful, do not squander the zero waste fully, to benefit from their newsletters bad than raw.

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And the word better with the fatahna better, better, better is to sow seeds

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to sow seeds. You may have seen sometimes images of farmers as they are throwing the seeds with their hands all across the fields. These days people use machinery back then, and even today at many places, people do it by hand.

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So how do you do it, you take a handful of seeds, and you just throw them. Okay. So this is what by that is to sow seeds. But in order to do that, what you have to do you have to throw them,

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you have to throw them everywhere. They were all collected in a sack, right. But as you spread them across the field, they were scattered everywhere. So from this the word that lead is used for squandering for overspending for spending everywhere. And in particular, this word differs from his love, is love is also what, to overspend, to be extravagant. The beat is also to be extravagant, but there's a slight difference.

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And that is that the need is to spend, without thinking,

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to spend wherever a person wants to whether there is a need or not

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like a person who is throwing his money around everywhere.

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Now, sometimes people have a lot of change. And you see that sitting in the car, sometimes, sometimes it has fallen out of the car, sometimes it's laying in one place of the house, sometimes at another place in the house, this is what you've broken up your money, and you've scattered it everywhere.

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This system,

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you understand, but it's possible that a person is using that money, right? It's possible that a person is using that change when it's sitting in the car, every time they go get a tea or coffee. That's what they use, that's what they spend.

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But the fact is that when you don't keep a check on where your change is going, then what happens?

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You wonder where all of your money goes, isn't it so you wonder where all of your money goes. Because sometimes people they don't bother to use their changes come and put it away, or they dump it or they don't use it properly at all. And as a result, what happens, their money keeps breaking down, and they end up using up too much of it.

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And is also said that the key is to spend where one must not spend.

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So how does it differ from Islam

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that the bleed is to spend where a person must not spend it is to spend in ways of sin

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and his love could be spending on completely lawful things right.

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But his love is to overspend.

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But it is what to spend in incorrect ways to spend where a person must not spend to buy what a person was not by

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itself is what Hello permissible, but beyond need extra excessive, the need is to spend in sin

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and this is why it is said that the bleed is worse than Islam.

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So, it is said that the V as the definition, it is infallible men feel at home to spend wealth in incorrect ways, in ways that are in places that are incorrect that are not appropriate.

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Which is why it has been said which I had said that if a person spends his entire wealth, all of his wealth in a way that is correct, it is not complete. But if he spends even a little bit in red Hawk, then that is

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like for example abubaker of the Learn home when he went and gave all of his wealth in charity. Could you call that a deed? No, that wasn't a deed Why? Because when he gave it, it was all in a good way for a good cause.

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But if a person spends even $1 a penny a handful on something that is unlawful, then that is what

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so Allah subhanaw taala says that give the heck of all of these people but do not do that. These are spending on your parents spending on your relatives spending on the poor on the travelers. This is

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right that is due to them.

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However, when you spend on them, make sure you follow certain rules and what are they do not spend on anything that is unlawful

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or do not go on squandering, do not go on overspending

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example, from the closest relatives or person is one's own children. And sometimes children make demands, such as I want to buy this, I want to buy that, by me that movie, by me these clouds, take me over here, get me this movie ticket or get me that children have certain demands and they keep making those demands.

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And many times out of love for children, what do parents do? They will spend without even thinking, right? So what is Allah subhanaw taala say that yes, it is their help. However, do not spend in sinful ways.

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Do not buy for your child, what is wrong, what is not permissible.

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Similarly, sometimes relatives, other relatives, they want some financial help, they want financial assistance. But you know that when you give them this money, they're going to end up using it in incorrect ways.

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For example, it's possible that they will take this money, and they will go buy drugs.

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Or they will go buy something that is held, or they will go buy a huge television, and all that they will watch on it is going to be things that are unlawful.

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So in this case, you are not going to give them money.

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Similarly, sometimes for people, sometimes people come begging for money, if you give them money, you know that they're going to go buy drugs, you know that they're going to go drink alcohol. So in that case, what is the last parameter to say, whether to buy the deal, do not waste your wealth, by spending it on home, by giving it to someone who will spend it on heroin.

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However, remember that when you give money to someone, and they use it incorrectly, you are not responsible for it.

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Why? Because they're making that decision. Especially if you didn't give that money to them for that purpose. It's possible that a child comes and says that, can I have this much money, I have to register for such and such course. So the parents, they give that money willingly. And later on, they find out that the child never ever enrolled for that course. Instead, they spent all of that money on something else. So is it your fault as a parent, it's not your fault. As long as you did not cooperate with them, you did not know they're going to do that. So it's not your fault. Whose fault is it? It's their fault. However, you should be careful that when you know that someone is

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asking for money for this reason, them do not help them. Do not support them in that way.

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And if we take the meaning of lead to budget, Avira as just being wasteful, being extravagant, then led to budget Avira, even when spending on relatives on the poor and the needy.

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Because sometimes what happens, a person continues to spend on his children buying one pair of clothes after another pair of clothes, one pair of shoes after another pair of shoes, one thing after the other. And at the end of the month, the person realizes Where did all my money go, I don't have any savings.

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Similarly, buying expensive gifts for relatives, it's good if you can afford it. But if you can't afford it, then don't waste your money like that.

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Get something that you can afford, get something that your pocket allows.

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Because many times when people are traveling from Western countries back home, they have to take gifts with them. Right? And many times those gifts have to be of a particular standard. They cannot be less than that. Why? Because we're coming from here, how can I not give them something that is branded, but the fact is that if you cannot afford then why give that? Why put yourself in hardship. Why waste your money?

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Instead save that money on what perhaps going for Roma

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on spending on their education,

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the same money with which you will buy them a nice Cologne, a very expensive jacket or something like that. The same money you could give them to spend on their child's education to get some books. Right? So you could make wise choices with your money as well.

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So that to better the law. This is a warning that when you spend even in charity, be careful

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because in the mobile arena, indeed the wasteful Who are they can Oh, they are

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When a Shire clean, they are the brothers of the devil's, the wasteful people, those who spend their wealth in Acts of disobedience in sinful ways. There is one shouting, one is the plural of.

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And remember always of two types, first of all, through NASA, through blood, and secondly through the

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through practice through one way. So one over here is of Dean of actions of ways

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that those people who are leading they are brothers of shape on how that they do exactly what the share thing do.

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What is the mission of Shetland?

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to lead people astray?

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To invite them to sin?

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Right, to cooperate in what insane and disobedience

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to facilitate sin. And if a person spends on how long an act of disobedience, then what is he doing? He is also facilitating sin. He is also cooperating with someone insane, and disobedience.

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If you help your child watch something wrong, then what are you doing? You're doing what chiffon would do

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shaitan is giving him what's wasa watch this, you are giving him money, go watch this. So your action and the action of SharePoint is exactly the same. So in a nobody arena can have a one a shelter, why they call the one a shopping, because they're also promoting sin facilitating same cooperating insane and aggression.

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What kind of shade on and also they're called Aquinas 18, because they are following the shadow because a brother follows his brother.

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So they're on the footsteps of shangela what kind of shade on who and the shaitan is ever not be to his Lord Guevara extremely ungrateful.

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And when shavon is so ungrateful, you should not be ungrateful.

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Who is God for?

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One who is extremely ungrateful for the blessings that have been given to him?

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One who is extremely rejected, of the blessings of Allah upon him.

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How is your time extremely ungrateful

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that our Lord created him, Allah gave him intellect, but look at what he's doing. His mission is to lead other people astray. This is such an ungrateful behavior, that the one who has given you everything, you are turning people away from him.

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Think about it. Someone who gives you so much Your mission is to turn people away from him. How ungrateful

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shaytani saw so ungrateful. Why has mentioned over here

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that you should not be ungrateful, like the shaper. When Allah has given you so many blessings, use them properly. Because if you don't use them properly, that is what in gratitude.

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If you waste your wealth, if you spend it on Halloween, that is in gratitude.

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So what do we learn from this is that part of in gratitude is what? wasting one's wealth, and when a person wastes as well, he is

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a brother of shaytaan used in the footsteps of shaper.

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Why is it like that, that the spendthrift is called the brothers shed on or how does he come on the way of shackling.

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The reason behind that is because the person who wastes as well is heedless of the vicar of a loss.

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Because if he remembers Allah, He will be careful about every single penny of his

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not that he becomes stingy, but that he becomes careful. Where is my money going? Where

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many times we wonder, I don't have enough money to live in South Africa. Why? Perhaps we're spending too much money on our coffee and our tea.

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Every time we're driving, we would like to have a cup of coffee you would like to get a doughnut or a cookie or something like that. And then we wonder why don't I have enough to give inside of what I have to give inside of a Why do I think many times before making that decision?

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So a person who does not remember a lot much what happens to him. He begins to followship

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and as a result of that, he begins to waste his wealth.

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We learn into the zone of I 36. Why am I here a short unzicker man

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nakayoshi planning for hula hoop curry

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and whoever is blinded from the remembrance of the Most Merciful, we appoint for him a devil. we appoint famous shaitan and that chiffon becomes to him a companion shavon becomes a companion to that person. So whenever shaytaan does, that person will do whatever shaitaan will tell him, he will do it and off the things that Chevron tells him is what? waste your money

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get a coffee, get a donut, of course you can afford it. Why not? Even if you're not hungry, don't be so stingy. This is what happens right? But a person who is remembering a lot children cannot trap him. Shadowrun cannot make him squander