Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 15 – L152D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The transcript describes the history of the Surah test, including the distraction of wealth and the importance of natural foods. The speakers also discuss the concept of "any" and "anymore" in the test, and the use of "any" and "anymore" to describe fruits and vegetables. The speakers emphasize the importance of being mindful of one's words and actions, as it can lead to negative consequences. The transcript also discusses the potential consequences of giving $100 to children and the weight of one's body.
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Rosa Villa him in a ship liner rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim

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that's the number 152 Surah tolka have will begin from Isaiah number 32.

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In the previous ayat, we learned about Johanna, as well as Jenna, the two ends that are prepared for people in the hereafter. It's either Hellfire, or it is paradise. And for a person to get to gender, what does he need to do? arson armor, he needs to do good deeds, good actions.

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But what is it that distracts a person from preparing for his appeal?

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What distract him? It's the life of this world, which is the second test that is mentioned in the surah after the test of Deen, it is the test of wealth.

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That how people get fooled by their wealth, they get distracted by it. And because of it, they disregard the hero. They completely deny they are here. They don't look forward to it. They don't prepare for it.

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So the second story that is mentioned in this surah demonstrates to us about the test of wealth.

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So let's look at the story.

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This millennial men over him what bla bla whom, and present to them, Motherland, an example present to the people and example why, so that they can take a lesson, so that they can learn something very important. And this example is of who are Giulini, two men dual of Roger

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jalna, we had made, meaning Allah subhanaw taala had made the mid Hema for one of them to

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for one of these two men, Allah subhanaw taala had made meaning he had given him Jenna Taney do gardens, meaning to orchards. So two men, one of them possessed do orchards. And these orchards, these gardens were meant our nubbin of grape lights, and our navisite florala Arena. And remember that grape vines were very valuable to the Arabs. Why?

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Because from grapes, what do you get fruit, you get juice, you get wine, you also get vinegar. And you also get dry fruit.

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And at the same time, the leaves of this plant even they're very beneficial.

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And if you look at the plant itself, it is extremely elegant. It's extremely delicate. So this person he possessed two gardens, and these two gardens were of what grapevines meaning the most dominant plant in these orchard tours of what great whites

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will have now Houma and we had surrounded them to Hafner from the roof veterans have have and have is to surround something from all four sides, it is basically to border something. So for example, you have a garden, and at the borders, you have a particular plant, you have a particular tree, many times people will have their front yard or the garden bordered with a particular shrub or particular plant.

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So half now, Homer, we had fence these two gardens with what we know with the farms. So you can imagine, do gardens full of grape lights. And at the borders, what do you have? DevOps.

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What do you either and we had made bainer humor between the two. Reading between the two gardens was also Zahra on crop. But desert refer to crop fields of crop plantation cornfields.

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So we see that these two orchards were mainly off grapevines, each of the two gardens was surrounded by the advance. And in the middle of the two orchards was what fields of crop

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So in other words, these gardens were full of fruit. They were full of nutritious plants, they were full of grain, they gave every type of food that is necessary for a person

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and this person was taking the maximum advantage of his property, maximum advantage. Because generally, when people have a property, especially a field, they will only grow maybe one or two types of plants. Right. But this person, he had vineyards, at the same time he had date farms, and at the same time he also had crop so he was taking the macro

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maximum advantage of his property and who had given this to him. Allah subhanaw taala Jelena

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because every person no matter what he has, he has been given that From who? Allah soprano.

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Because he can try all you want he will not be successful in attaining unless and until Allah grandson

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qilta these two, both of them each of them kill there is a feminine of the word. Which word Any idea?

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killer we learnt earlier, the word killer Houma

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how to Houma, Oklahoma, one of them two or both of them do.

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So qilta each of the two agenda Danny gardens, both of the gardens each of the two gardens, I thought it gave meaning it produced a cooler head, it's fruit. The word Oakland is used for fruit for produce. But the word tomato is also used for fruit and produce, isn't it?

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So what's the difference?

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Remember that Oakland is primarily used for such fruit such produce that is edible that a person eats. Whereas remember, salmon is the product of a process. It's any kind of produce. Some are includes leaves, it includes stems, but Oakland in particular is that part of the plant which you can eat.

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So imagine that both of these two gardens they produced its fruit, the edible part, while I'm telling him and it did not reduce doesn't come from the root veterus law. Let me pull.

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Over here we learned the literal meaning of the word, which is to reduce to fall short to not give the Hulk to reduce in the Hulk.

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So while I'm telling him meaning the garden's did not reduce men who from it meaning from the local shaman, anything at all?

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So in other words, the orchards, they produced the fruit, the edible fruit to the maximum, it was never such that, you know, the person would water his fields, he would look after the fields he would look after the plants and at the end, he would get nothing no. Both of the two gardens they produce a lot of fruit while I'm totally minutia.

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It wasn't that one season, the farms would not produce any dates, or one season the vines would not give any grapes, no. Well, I'm telling you man who Shea nothing at all was less well fed Jonah and on top of that, we had cause to dashboard for Ga Ga Ga literally is to tear apart and from this, it is used for exploding for explosion for causing water to gush forth. And when this word is used for water, it gives the meaning of water flowing in perfusion and water flowing with a lot of force. When does water flow with a lot of force when it isn't abundance when it is a lot?

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So a fight Jonah we had caused to gush forth kilala Houma between the two meaning between the two gardens. Now, however, a river cleanup is the space between two things It is said that the word filat is the plural of hollan.

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So between the two gardens was also a river. What does it mean by this?

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It has been said that what this means is that in the middle of each of the two gardens was a river. So basically at two rivers, in the middle of what in the middle of each garden, because remember that between the orchards was what

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between the orchard was cornfields, it was crop. So, through each field through each orchard was what a river a stream that was flowing continuously with a lot of water.

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So, we see that in the gardens, there was everything that was vital for life, everything from fruit, do greens to fresh flowing water.

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And because of this reason, because of the fresh water because of the water that was in abundance, because it was naturally irrigated, this is why the orchard always gave produce always it was always available and this produce was also of very good quality.

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What can Allah who tomorrow and this person, he had some of he had some of

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notice the word somewhat is being used earlier we read the word book will

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now summarize what it is the produce whether it is edible or inedible. It includes everything

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thing that grows in a plant, whether it is a flower, or it is the stem, or it is the leaves, or the fruit, or the seeds, everything.

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So what Canada has tomorrow.

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And remember that the word summer is the plural of summer.

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It's the plural of similar. So similar is fruit, summer would be fruit.

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And the word summer has also been read in another recitation as similar.

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In another recitation, the word summer has also been read as summer.

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And summer is the plural of the word SEMA.

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So what is the plural of the word Sema?

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And Sema is the plural of the word some of so you understand, in Arabic language, you have the plural and the plural, have that plural, it's called Jim and Jim or Jim and Jim or Jim and Jim.

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So what does that show extreme abundance, when something is an excessive quantity? When it is a lot? So what Canada would sum up he had a lot of produce, what does it mean by this, that first of all, he had abundant produce, it was a lot. So you can imagine grapes and you can imagine dates and grains. So he had a lot of produce.

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And we can also understand this as that he had a lot of extra surplus produce more than what do gardens do orchard would typically produce.

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typically do gardens would produce a particular amount. But this person, because of the freshwater, his gardens produced much more surplus extra excessive.

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And thirdly, scholars have said that summer also refers to the wealth that he possessed, other than these gardens and their produce. Because obviously, if a person has such gardens, and they give so much, he's going to sell, he's going to have a business. And because of that, he's going to hire servants. And because of that, he's going to have a lot of property, a lot of wealth, different different types of wealth, assets, so on and so forth. his wealth is going to multiply, it's going to increase each year.

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So Canada has some of he had abundant produce, or he had surplus produce that season, or because of all of his produce, he had excessive amounts of wealth, various types of wealth, what Canada who summer,

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for color, so he said, Lisa, heavy to his companion.

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Now remember, this is the example of who do men. We're talking about the first man over here. So he says to his saw him.

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Now who is this for him? Who is this other men? Why is he called his or him?

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He has been called as I have, because it's possible that he was his neighbor. It's possible that he was his relative. It's possible that he was his friend. It's possible that he just knew him somehow or the other allow Ireland but he was a Sahib in some way or the other. So he said to his companion, well, who are you happy to who while he was conversing with him? You How will How are you? How will from the roof address how well

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and how are his conversation? When two people are actively involved in conversing with one another, in which they're exchanging their thoughts? They're exchanging speech, one person says one thing and the other says another thing and thus a conversation continues. discussion, debate.

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So what are you how are you? Now the owner of the two gardens he is talking to his head?

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And what does he say? He says to him, anecdotal, I am more minca than you, man and in wealth. I have more wealth than you. What are azula photo? And I am also stronger. When it comes to numbers. I have more people under me.

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If somebody says something like that to you, how would you think of him?

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How arrogant. What does he think of himself? And immediately what happens? He falls down in your sight. You don't have any respect for such a person.

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What a show off can a person be that Anna Octomom income Alan, I have more wealth than you. And I have more people working under me as well. And an actor woman command and he's openly showing off. He's openly boasting, and he's openly putting his friend down.

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Openly is insulting his friend and showing himself to be very exalted.

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And he says, What are our zoom newsletters Isaiah is what does this mean? Might power so I am more mighty. I am more

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Strong, I am more honorable arzoo, Nevada and Nevada, as you know is used for a group of people, manpower.

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So I have more people.

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And these people, it can refer to his family, it can refer to his servants. It can refer to his friends, his connections. Because generally what happens, if a person has more Well, he ends up having more contacts, he ends up having more friends, more acquaintances.

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And generally, if a person loses as well, with his wealth, what else does he lose his friends and contacts as well. Because people typically befriend one another, because of money, because of well, and once that connection is gone, once the wealth is gone, friendship is also gone. And this is one of the weakest connections that can be between people weakest through which connections can be established, which is wealth.

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So he thinks himself superior. And he considers his companion to be inferior. Why? because of two reasons. First of all, that he had more wealth, and secondly, that he had a bigger number of family and friends, he had more service.

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Now, over here, when he says, and axotomy income, and we're gonna follow, he's not saying this as the Hadoop of Nirvana. Remember, Allah subhanaw taala tells us for a moment or material, because I had this, that talk about mentioned the blessings that Allah has given to you.

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So he's not saying this dimension, the blessings that Allah has given him, he is saying this in order to show off.

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And this is a disease that many people develop, when they get a little bit of wealth, even, that somehow or the other, they want to show to the other what they own. They want to tell the other person in their conversation, what they just bought, where they just went, where they stayed, what they're wearing, how much their clothes cost, how much their phone cost, how much they paid in the hotel that they stayed in. This is something that typically people like to mention, because generally people think that if they have money, then they are more honorable. They're more respectful.

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And if someone does not have money, he is not respectful. But what did we learn in the previous Is that who is truly honorable in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala. The one who worships Allah, not necessarily the one who has a lot of Xena, of this worldly life, a lot of glamour of this word, Eli.

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So we need to be careful as well, that when we're talking to other people, what do we talk about? Do we mention our wealth? Do we mention our possessions? If we do, this is something extremely cheap. This is something that lowers a person's status that degrades a person in the sight of others.

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Remembering sort of use of what did we learn that when user verticillium had a dream, his father told him, don't tell your brothers about it. Why? Because otherwise they will become envious of you.

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So similarly, when you have something that Allah has given you, yes, it's good to mention it, but only in a particular context, only in a way that is humble only in a way that is grateful, not arrogantly. Because when a person does that, then what does he end up doing? He ends up making other people jealous of him.

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And at the same time, there is real there is showing off which Allah subhanaw taala does not like there is arrogance, which Allah does not like. And because of this, a person could be deprived of as well. A person could be deprived of his blessings.

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What the holla any entered janitor who has garden, so he entered the garden with his companion with his friend, to walk in the garden, to take a stroll in the garden to go about in the garden, and perhaps he was showing his friends. Let's see, I have so much money. Look at my grapevines. Look at my date farms, this daytime is of this quality. This grapevine is of this quality. You see the soil, I put this kind of fertilizer, I put this kind of sod. I did this and this, he's showing off to his friend what the Hala janitor who will who will clean up see, he entered his garden while he was doing room on himself.

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Now what was this room that he was doing on himself, showing off? Feeling very arrogant. ungratefulness in gratitude kibble. Well, who will Riley Malinowski. So what we see over here, that when a person begins to show off, who is he harming

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himself, and generally what do people think that if they're showing off, they can harm others

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and they're benefiting the

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But it's quite the opposite. When a person shows off he is in reality harming himself. Well, who was lolly Molina. And some have said that one over here also refers to his COVID.

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Because COVID is what ingratitude. So he entered the garden in the state of extreme ingratitude.

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Allah He said, Man, although No, I do not think

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that it will perish, the Buddha from the roof address. But yeah, the bait, and bait is when something ceases to exist. When something dies, when something passes away, it does not exist anymore.

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So he says, I do not think that this will ever perish had he this meaning this garden of mine, I don't think that it will ever perish ever than ever, never, ever isn't going to cease to exist.

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We see that this person, he was so amazed by his wealth, he was so impressed by his property, that he began to think that it was going to remain eternally, he began to think that it was never going to finish. He was so impressed by their perfection, by their beauty, that he thought that they were going to stay like that forever.

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And because of this, he forgot that dunya is not eternal. And even he is not eternal. When does this happen?

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When a person does not have strong emotion,

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when a person becomes too arrogant,

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so he thinks that either he is permanent, or his wealth is permanent.

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And as a result of this, what does a person do? He rejects the hereafter.

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We learned in sort of Tibet, i a 35. Allah subhanaw taala says, we'll call you know, a thorough and well and what oh, lead and woman will be more either been. And they say, we are more than the believers in wealth and children, and we are not to be punished.

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So many times when a person becomes arrogant about his property, about his wealth, what happens, he thinks he will never suffer any decline.

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He thinks his wealth is never going to finish. It's amazing how if you give some money to children, even just $100, you will see their attitude changing. They will pretend as if they don't need you, and they can do everything themselves. They begin to show off. And they think that those $100 are enough for everything, they will never come to an end, which is why they make such big plans. So just imagine with $100 of a child can become like this, what would happen to a grown up man who has so much wealth, he will lose his intellect. He will not use his rationale anymore. He will not use his mind anymore. He gets fooled. He gets deceived by his well,

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that this is so perfect. I don't think it's ever going to end.

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And he says women Alou and I do not think that Asara the our Emerton one that is going to be established.

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I don't think that the hereafter the Day of Judgment is ever going to be established.

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I don't think the Day of Judgment is going to come. And because of that my gardens would be destroyed.

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Well in and surely, if suppose the Day of Judgment does come? Suppose there is a hereafter? If what do they do? I was returned from the roof address or that?

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If I was ever to be returned in out of be to my Lord, then what will happen? then surely I will definitely find Why would you then hire men who are better than it better than what?

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Better than this gentleman of mine moon colada, a place of return?

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Why does he say that? Because he thinks since I have it now. I will also have it later.

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I have it now because I deserve it. And I will have it later. Because again, I will deserve it. If Allah has given it to me here. He's happy with me. There's something special about me that I have it here.

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And because I have it here, I will definitely have it in the hereafter as well. Well, it would need to be larger than the higher minimum Kannada and otherwise, from the rotators of lambda, as you know, pub palabra. You can live with return. And moon Paula. This is my rule and it gives the meaning of life, a place of return.

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So he said this out of extreme arrogance. If you notice, what does he say?

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I don't think the Day of Judgment is going to come.

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I don't think that this is ever going to cease to exist.

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Notice the arrogance.

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I, I think, and I don't think and I believe, and I suggest, who says this? The person who is extremely arrogant

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i is one letter, but it reflects a lot of arrogance. Who do you think you are that you're saying? I don't think and I think I mean, who are you, you're only a person, you're only one person.

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Many times it happens that people are asked about, you know what they have to say concerning something. And they're only giving their own opinions. I personally think I personally say, we're not talking about you, we're talking about the subject at hand.

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So similarly, we see the arrogance that is being reflected in the speech of this person,

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that he forgets the world, he forgets the system that Allah has said, and he's only talking about himself.

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So he says over here, that I don't think there's ever going to be a hereafter. And if there is, then I will get better than this garden in return. How is it going to be better, that it's going to be eternal,

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and it's going to be more plentiful, it's going to have many more things. And that's because I deserve it. Now, this analogy is incorrect. What analogy that if I have it now, I will also have it later. This is incorrect.

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Because it's not necessary, that if a person has something today, if a person has something in this dunya, he will also be given in the hereafter.

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And it's not true, that if a person is deprived of something in the dunya, he will also be deprived of blessings in the hereafter. This is not the case.

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Because donia does not have any value in the sight of a boss.

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What do we learn from the Hadees? It's as insignificant as what

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a dead sheep or a mosquitoes wing

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or it's like a drop of water compared to the entire ocean. This is how insignificant dunya is compared to the in the sight of a loss of time. So if a person hasn't this dunya It doesn't mean that he will definitely have in the hereafter.

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What is it that guarantees reward for a person in the hereafter? It's his deeds. It's not his Well, it's his actions.

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And what is it that deprives a person of reward in the hereafter? Again, it's his actions.

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We don't insult utsava i 37 What am I'm welcome. What are Allah do come bility to contribute in denizen and it is not your wealth or your children that bring you nearer to us in position? What is it that brings a person closer to Allah? It's the deeds.

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Similarly, in sort of last minute, I number 50 we learn that other people also say why am I alone? No, sir. I don't Lusaka Parramatta. And while it would appear to be in earlier in the who lol husana, that people have this thinking, this assumption that I don't think that the hereafter will occur. And even if I should be returned to my Lord, indeed for me, there will be with him the best reward, I will get the best reward with him in the hereafter.

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Similarly, insolence Miriam is 77 we learn a follow at Lady Catherine VIII Tina wirkkala. Lu Diane novella well, other than Have you seen the one who disbelieves in our verses, and he says, I will surely be given wealth and children in the next life. Why? Because I have them now. So this is incorrect thinking. Never should a person think that if I have it now, I will also have it later.

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What a person should focus on is Santa

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Ana de husar hibou. So now his companion, the one who's listening. He replies. He talks back. He says, Well, how are you? How are we to who while he was talking to him?

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He responds to him that aka falter Have you disbelieved? Are you denying been lady with the one who have aka who created you?

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What are you doing? Are you disbelieving in the one who has created you? aka falter, this Hamza is off is the fan and you know that is the famous for several reasons. Over here it is for the purpose of our job, amazement. Are you serious? What are you doing? What are you talking about? Here yourself? Are you denying your Lord? Are you denying the one who created you? What's going on with you use your common sense. And it's amazing how sometimes people get so deceived by their wealth so fooled by their wealth, that they savings, they do things as if they're God as if

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No one has any authority over them. It's amazing. So similarly, this companion of his is also amazed by his schofer

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aka foldability Hala Kaka what's gone wrong with you.

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And secondly, aka fouta this Hamza can also be of income of denial that you disbelieve in your Lord, the one who created you, meaning don't do so.

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Because if you deny the Hereafter, if you say that the Hereafter is not gonna come, you are rejecting the hereafter. And with that, you're also rejecting who Allah says.

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Because remember that when a person this believes in one part of a man, then what does he do? He this believes in other parts of the mind as well, then other parts of the mind are not acceptable. Just as if a person denies one messenger, it's like as though he has denied all the messengers. his belief in other messengers is also not acceptable.

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If a person denies the existence of angels, then his belief in profits is not acceptable. his belief in the Day of Judgment is not acceptable. If a person is believes in the Day of Judgment, then his belief in Allah is not acceptable. Why? Why do you think so?

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Why is it that if a person denies rejects one pillar of Eman even if he believes in everything else, even that is not acceptable? Why?

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That all the pillars of Eman, they're connected with one another. If you deny the Day of Judgment, but if a person believes in Allah subhanaw taala. Then his Eman in Allah is also incomplete. Why? Because he's denying the words of Allah. He's denying the promise of Allah. He's denying the justice of Allah. He's denying the right of Allah. So is his email in a lot complete? know, if a person says I believe in the messengers, but I don't believe in the angels, then even that will nullifies him and why? Because how does the messenger receive revelation through through the angels? So all of the pillars of Eman, they're connected with one another. If a person denies one, then others are also

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not acceptable.

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So over here, we see that this person said that I don't think that the Day of Judgment is going to come. But his companion says to him, a comfortability. Hanako commented, he didn't say I don't believe in Allah. He says whether it was here to enlarge or be he does believe in Allah. He's denying in the Hereafter, but his friend says aka foldability Hello Kaka? Are you denying the one who created you mean to Robin from dust? Why does he say this? The one who created you from dust from dust.

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He is reminding him of his orange. He's making him realize his reality

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that this is what you have been made from dust, this is your origin so do not be arrogant.

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And also when he mentioned a lady Huracan into Robin The one who created you from dust. He is proving a point to him. What point

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of resurrection of

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that the one who can create you from dust. He can recreate you from dust again when you've turned into dust.

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Like for example, you see a plant growing from out of the soil and you see that plant go dead. And again what happens it comes to life isn't it from the ground constantly you see every season you see plants coming forth, plants growing out. So he's proving the resurrection to him as well.

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AKA foldability hollowcore coming to Robin and hollow Kaka what he means is your origin meaning Adam Allison

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so may not have I think then from another from a sperm donor meaning the rest of the creation the rest of the people after Admin Center and how well they were created from what they were continued by the not so someone may not have

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that okay even if you said that no, it was Adam or listener who was created from dust. Okay, then you will create it from what not a sperm drop again something so insignificant something so despicable that you don't even like to mention it you don't even like to hear about it.

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So much a worker then he shaped you then he fashioned you then he smoothing you into modular into a man.

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So why are you still with us here it is to level two smooth and something to give the finishing touches the touch ups at the end so that what has been made becomes smooth and plain. And it also gives the meaning of making something equal.

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So he has treated you the smooth and your skin. He's smooth and your features. And at the same time he made your body he made your features equal that you have two hands

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You have two feet, two legs, two eyes, two ears. So muscle work of ajuda

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we learn total inventory number seven, and Lady halaqa. First a worker farther luck fee au sumati Masha, Allah,

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the One who created you, proportion you and balanced you, in whatever form he will has he assembled you. So you are denying the one who has created you, the one who has made you, the one who has fashioned your body. Now this person who is responding to his rich friend, he is a believer and he is warning and rebuking his friend for his disbelief in the last panel.

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And he's reminding him of how he was brought into existence by who Allah soprano.

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And if Allah can bring him into existence, he can also recreate him. He can also resurrect him.

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In Surah Taha when I number seven we learn Zalman Medina cafaro and then you Barsoom the disbelievers have assumed they have claimed that they will never be resurrected. Allah says bull Bella will be leftover as soon similar to Mr. Milton with alika de la jolla See, say yes, by my Lord, you will surely be resurrected, then you will surely be informed of what you did. And that for Allah is easy.

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So you think it's not possible for Allah to recreate? You know, it's very easy for Allah to recreate you to resurrect you.

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And if you notice over here, his friend, look at the response that he gives to him. He doesn't say, oh, but you and I have this much. Well, my family they own so much, isn't it? That typically a person begins to mention his Well, the other he also begins to mention as well, isn't it? So? If one is showing off, you tend to show off more. If one is showing his phone, he said, let me take off my latest one, he's showing his iPhone three. Let me take my iPhone four out. This is generally what people do. You think you're rich, I am more than you. You think you're smart. I'm smarter than you. This is how typically people respond. But look at the humidity of this person. It says Go ahead,

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show off, do whatever you want. But remember what you're doing is

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remember what you're doing is disbelief.

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And many times another reaction is of people that if they're being belittled in front of other or if they realize that they have less wealth, compared to the other than they become very meek, they're unable to speak out the truth.

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Even if the other person is saying statements of COVID they don't have the guts to say something in response, isn't it?

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Especially if a person is more wealthy than you? If they say something wrong? You don't have the guts to correct them, isn't it?

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But look at his friend. He speaks the truth. He is not influenced by him. He is not intimidated by his wealth. He is not intimidated by his showing off nothing whatsoever. He speaks the truth. He's not afraid.

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And he says Lakin. But I like him is a combination of lacking and honor.

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And lacking and Anna when they're coming together you join them together. You remove the humps of honor. And you join the tunes together so Lakin but as for I What do I say what do I believe that who Allah who to be that He is Allah minority? Who the one who created you the one who fashioned you whether or should a coup and I do not associate partners will not be with my Lord. I hadn't anyone

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if you notice, his rich friend was not saying any statement of shake isn't it? He didn't say anything such as instead I believe in such and such being in such and such God. So why does he say over here? Well, I wish he could be a hugger.

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What kind of shake was he doing?

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react is also schilke and that whatever I have, it's because of me. And you notice the I constantly right? So, he is indicating schilke over here because what is react? He was doing minor magic.

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And remember that the worst false god that is worshipped on this earth is what? The nuts the nuts.

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So this person was like worshiping his knifes. his arrogance, his show off. All of that was exposing one that he was literally worshipping himself.

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So he says to him what out we should we go don't be a hater.

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Notice this friend of his he doesn't

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get intimidated at all. It says oh he saying you can display if you wish. You can do Cofer if you wish. But as for me, I am still going to believe even if you disbelieve.

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This is just like how the son of Adam or Sarah, he responded to his brother when he threatened him. I'm going to kill you. What did he say? In the Maya acaba de la jolla Motoki, la empresa de la vida de la kulani ma and Avi Basset linea de la Cali Abdullah,

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if you try to kill me, I'm not going to try to kill you do whatever you wish. I'm not going to do what you're doing.

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So we see that this man also he says, if you want to disbelieve, go ahead disbelief Lakin. As for me, I don't do Cofer of my Lord. I don't do any shit. I believe in Allah. I believe that he is my Lord.

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So he does not fall to the pressure that has been put on him. He's not influenced, he's not impressed by this. disbeliever Rather, he is disgusted, that What's wrong with you? How can you say something like that? How could you think like that, in Surat? yacine I number 22 we learn womanly Allah or Buddha Lady fattorini were elated, Jeroen, and why should I not worship the one who created me and to him, all of you will be returned. So why should I not worship Him?

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Anybody else?

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Yes, it's the use of this word I or me, that verse person, the rich one, he was using the word I again and again, out of arrogance. And this person when he says I use responding to him, and he's in a way showing that whatever I am, it's because of my Lord. He's the one who created me. So it's the use of the word I. But generally, if a person uses the word i a lot, you know, it shows arrogance, a person to generally try to use such vocabulary even in which arrogance is not reflected.

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When I is attached to success, it reflects arrogance. But success when a person shows that it's from Allah than it is not arrogance.

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And now he represents his friend. He advises him.

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You see, he's not afraid at all. Not afraid at all. Generally, what happens? If we feel that somebody is wearing more gold bangles than us, all of a sudden we become like, as if we are nothing. They can say whatever they want, and we won't even stop them. We won't even say something good. We don't have the guts. Because to us, wealth is everything.

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But this person is not impressed at all. Not at all.

Al-Kahf 27-44 Word Analysis and Tafsir 32-38

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