Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 17 – L165F

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of learning from past experiences and embracing opportunities to create a personal foundation. They stress the need for everyone to take advantage of the time and effort required to achieve goals, and emphasize the importance of being honest and willing to work hard to achieve them. The book of Allah is seen as a reference to fear and loss, and it is essential to avoid becoming a victim of hate.
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And we will place the scales of justice for the Day of Resurrection. nother, well, blood

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that we're going to place we're going to set up, Alma was in plural of me Zahn the scale on which things are weighed. So these mobilizing these scales, what are therefore, to weigh the deeds of people. And as we have learned earlier, that it's not just the deeds that are going to be weighed, what else is going to be weighed?

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The words of people are going to be waiting. Similarly, the scrolls, the records in which the deeds are written, even they will be weighed.

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What else will be weighed?

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The person himself will be weighed. So one other Alma Xena piece, but what is the safer of these magazine that there are scales of justice, they are extremely just, they are not faulty in any way. So whatever result they show, it is the most accurate, it is the truth. It is the reality.

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Many times what happens that For instance, if a person is trying to lose their weight, and they go stand on the scale, and the scale shows them something that they never expected, what will they say? Maybe there's something wrong with the scale, right? This is what people say, maybe there's something wrong with the scale.

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It's not my fault.

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I am doing my best. But what do we see over here? That the scales on the Day of Judgment, they are just

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no one can say there's something wrong with the scales.

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Similarly, if you're traveling, you pack up your bags, you backup your luggage, you weigh them at home, and you take them to the airport and then they wait over there. But they show that they're 10 pounds extra, do kilos extra. What will you say? The scales at my house? There's something wrong with them. Right? We're not willing to accept our mistake, we will blame people. We will blame things we will blame circumstances. But on that day, no one will be able to blame someone else. Because the scales are going to be just Leo milky Amati for the day of standing meaning on that day, we're going to place the scales

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for the total amount of sunshine, then no soul will be wrong even a thing. No soul, no person will be wronged even one thing

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that neither his good deeds are going to be reduced nor evil is going to be increased is going to be added to his account.

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What in Canada Miss Carla had that in? And if there was something that is equal in weight to

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the weight of a seed, main hurdle of mustard.

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Meaning even if there is something that is equivalent to a mustard seed, attain Abby, how we're going to bring it? We're going to show it worker Fabien are her CV and sufficient are we as accountants, meaning Allah is sufficient as the judge that

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you do not need anyone else to come and recalculate what Allah soprano Darla has given?

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Many times what happens that if you're dealing with your accounts, you do it yourself and you take it to an accountant then even that is checked again, multiple times that is checked. And even then, there are so many errors that are completely overlooked. Sometimes they're caught, sometimes they're overlooked. But what do we see over here that waka Vina has Sabine Allah is sufficient, as the one who takes account of everything this is there in and this is the idol of Allah,

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the knowledge of Allah and the justice of Allah, that whatever a person has done in this life, any good any bad, no matter how small, or how big, how important, or how insignificant, how obvious, or how hidden, no matter what kind of a deed it is, what do we see over here, it will be presented, it will be brought for a trainer via we're going to bring it forward. We're going to show it, we're going to put it on the scale, even if it's equivalent to misfire hub button main hub that

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we learn in sort of NASA is number 40. That in the law hilariously misguided muscala de Botton, indigo Hassan Baraka, where you may learn who are Lima, that Indeed Allah does not do injustice, even as much as the weight of an atom. And if there is a good deed, he multiplies it. And he gives from himself a great reward.

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Because when I use remora buka your Lord does not treat anyone with injustice.

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So what do we see over here that

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Free single deed is going to be with every single deed.

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Every single lead is going to be weighed No matter how much importance a person gave to it, or he did not give any importance to

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matter how much priority he gave to it or he did not give any priority to

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anything no matter what it is it's going to be brought for it's going to be assigned a value.

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In Serato RF eight to nine we learn what was new yoma Eden and help

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and the weighing of deeds that day will be the truth from unseco LACMA, Xena who fula ecohome. will mostly home so those who scaled they're heavy it is their who will be the successful woman have Fatma Xena, who felt that he can lead in a hospital and foster home, the Macan will be it nicely moon, and those who scale their light. They're the ones who will lose themselves for what injustice they were doing toward our verses, they will suffer a great loss because of the injustice that we're doing towards the Ayat of Allah.

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So what do we see that our life is extremely precious, every moment is extremely precious.

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We cannot waste it saying that when things will change, then I will do such and such. No, every moment is precious. And we have to take advantage of the smallest opportunities even of seconds even. And usually we waste the chances thinking that someone else can do it. It's not my duty, somebody else will do it. Or we think it's not really a big deal. Or we think that if it's a sin, it's at such a small level and everybody's doing it anyway. So what's the big deal? But what do we see? If it's something good no matter how tiny if it's something evil, no matter how tiny both are going to be brought for, both are going to be assigned values, both are going to be checked. For

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each a person is going to be recompensed.

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So, this shows that we should become extremely careful with our time, we should be extremely careful with the opportunities that our last panel data gives us. We should not miss them. We should not delay them. Because a month, even a year, even a day, even a minute even can make a huge difference.

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We learn from a hadith that they'll have been Obaidullah he reported that to men, they came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And both of them accepted Islam at the same time. Do men they came and both of them they accepted Islam at the same time. One of them he participated in Jihad more than the other. And one day, he fought in a battle. And he was martyred over there. So one person he died. And the other man he remained alive behind him for one more year. And then he passed away the next year. You understand? Both of them accepted Islam. At the same time, one man who participated in Jihad and died, the other person he lived on for one more year. And then after one year he died.

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So tell her he said that I saw in my dream that I was at the door of paradise. When Behold, I was with both of them. mean both of these two men were there with me. Someone came out of Paradise and allowed the man who passed away later, who passed away later the next year, the man who passed away, someone came out and he said, Come in, he entered first. And then he came out again and allowed the martyr to enter next. So who went in first?

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The one who died later. And the Shaheed he entered afterwards.

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And then he returned, meaning the one who came out of Genoa he returned and said to me go back for your time has not yet come.

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So though how did I know you said that I woke up. And he began informing other people about this. And everyone was surprised about this dream. So when this reach the profits that allowed a sudden, and when the people informed him of it, he said, What are you surprised about? Why do you find it so amazing? They said O Messenger of Allah out of both of them. This one strove harder, meaning the one who did she had, he strove harder, and he was martyred. But this other one was entered into paradise before him. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Did he not remain behind him for one year? They said yes. He said, Did he not read Ramadan? Did he not fast and pray with such and such number of

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frustrations in the year? They said yes. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the difference between them is greater than what is between the heavens and the earth.

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Look at the difference that just one year makes.

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One Ramadan makes

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just the sort of

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After one year,

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they make the rank of one person higher than the rank of the other.

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And unfortunately, we neglect so many opportunities, we say, I've prayed my photo needs.

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Yes, I pray them on my weekends, I don't need to personally right now.

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But we see that it's these deeds, one after the other one little deed here, one little deed there, that makes such a huge difference. So we see that one person, the origin, the first, the other person he entered later, and and this is a huge lesson, that whatever life whatever time that Allah has given us, we need to value it, we need to value the seconds, we need to value the days, we need to value the weeks, the months, we cannot say when this stage is over, then I will go back and do this.

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After one week, I'll do my work. After one month, I'm going to do this work. No. If it's important, do it now. Regardless of the state that you're in, it may be challenging, it may be difficult, but the more difficult it is, the more reward there will be. And the more you delay, the harder it will be for you to come back and do what you're supposed to do.

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Because every situation is a test. Hire is a test sure is a test what do you do? Do you stop? Do you give up? Or do you say no, this is important I have to do it?

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what are called the Athena musawah Haruna l for Karna. Will the a and we had already given musar. The cinnamon, how long are they Santa alpha on the criteria?

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What does it mean by alpha on the Torah? It was a criterion for them, because it distinguished between the right and the wrong.

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It distinguished between the right and the wrong between the Hillel and the hairline between the Hulk and the belly.

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So Moosa and her own both were given the furqan Walia and also like, what does the mean? It is such like the glows that radiates that spreads. So we had also given them bleah. What does it liat refer to guidance as to what to do? How to take people out of darkness into light, how to live according to guidance, where they can and also a reminder limit again for those who would have done.

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So in this ayah, we see that both Musa and Harun are mentioned over here. But we see that the book was mainly given to hoo hoo sarcasm, but it was also an obligation on how Luna is allowed to implement the book and spread the teachings of the book.

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So therefore, the Quran for instance, yes, it was given to the Prophet sort of our listener. But it's an obligation on all of us to believe in it, you've accepted to implement it, to spread it. And there are three things that are mentioned about the book over it that first of all, it's a con, it tells you the difference between what is right what is wrong.

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And this includes the commands the teachings, and it also includes the inner criteria that a person develops, as he learns the book of Allah, as he spends his time studying the book of Allah, reciting the book of Allah, trying to understand the book of Allah.

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Because when is that you're told this is what you're supposed to, this is what you're not supposed to do. But sometimes you're in situations where you don't remember the rules, isn't it?

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But it's the voice of your heart that tells you No, you cannot do this. No, you should do this. Even if there is no Hadith that you can remember at that point, even if there is no I have the Quran that you can remember that point. It's that inner criteria. It's that inner criteria that you have that tells you this is appropriate, this is inappropriate. And how does a person develop that with his connection with the book of Allah? And this is when the book becomes also aliah. Abuja is the light that shows you the way it radiates, it spreads. Because even when you're on the straight path, even if you're going in the right Street, it may be dark, isn't it? So what will tell you how to go Where

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to go? which way to go? The light will show you

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where do you get the slide from? Where do you get this guidance from? From the book of Allah. Because when a person is trying to implement the book of Allah, there will be difficult situations, there will be hard times there will be tough situations where people are mocking, where people are making fun, where people are creating difficulties when your body does not allow you when you're facing challenges from within and also from without. So what will show you the way Okay, what should you do? How should you go about it? It's the light of the book of Allah.

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In throttlenet either I have 44 we learn in Angela turati her houden when

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we sent them to Torah in which was guidance and also light in sort of early on I a three to four we learned that de la Laker whatever been helping methodically Marina de what ends at

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rather well in Jean, Minh Kabuto, who deadliness and alter the book of Allah serves as a vicon. As a reminder for who for the most,

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because when you're on the straight path, you constantly need reminders,

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isn't it?

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Like, for example, if you're going towards a particular destination, you put the address in the GPS, you look at the route that you're supposed to take, but constantly doesn't tell you, at every turn, turn here, turn there, right? After 500 meters, you have to take right, keep left keep right it tells you because you need constant reminders. But who are those who will take benefit from these reminders? And Nadine, I have shown that

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it is those people who fear their Lord in the unseen. What does it mean by this? That when they're alone, they still have fear of Allah.

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They don't have a public image and then a private image that in front of people they appear in one way and in their private lives or in a completely different way. No, they're the same. Alina you're shown on a bone believe, because they know that their Lord watches them wherever they are, whether they're amongst people, or whether they are unknown. And the one who fears Allah, He is the one who can remain steadfast. He is the one who can remain upright, in whatever situation he is in.

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And as a result of that, well whom in a society which Vokoun and there are because of the hour, they are most people and they're fearful. They're apprehensive, they're concerned. And because of this concern, they're constantly striving. They're constantly working, they don't spare even a minute. They don't waste even a moment because they know that each moment is valuable.

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With each moment, life is becoming shorter and shorter dime is running out.

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Instead of cough I number 33. We learn when Harsha Rahman a bit laby What have you called the money the one who fears the Most Merciful in the unseen and comes with a heart that is returning independence because having fear of a loss penalty in delay bleeds over

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into local milk I number 12 return in the Ledeen I have shown that a bumblebee lahoma forgotten what age alone can be. That those people who fear their Lord in the unseen, they will have forgiveness and also a greater war. Who those who are fear of Allah, even when they're alone, even when they're in private, even when no one's watching them.

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Because typically, we become more righteous and become more concerned when righteous people are around us. And when non righteous people around us, then we don't really care about the language that we're speaking. We don't really care about the way that we're behaving, the kind of actions that we're doing, perhaps the way that we're dressed up, because we tend to do what is acceptable to people, isn't it so many times we don't follow principles. We do what is acceptable to people? wherever we are, that is how we will become. But again, what do we learn? The main lesson that we see in all of these is that don't let your behavior your actions be dictated by the circumstances

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that you're in. Don't be controlled by the situation, be the one who controls the situation.

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Well, however, the crown mobile icon and this Quran is a blessing message. This Quran is also a reminder, but what's the quality of this Quran it is mobarak it is full of Baraka, it is full of blessings. And what is Baraka?

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Hi, Ziad animal, when something increases when something grows, when the benefit of something increases.

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Like for example, when you say in the food there was so much Baraka. What does it mean? That it was less, there were many people, but still it was sufficient. But still when people had it, even if they had a little bit, they were satisfied. So Baraka does not really have to do with quantity, it has to do with the benefit that it brings with the hay that it brings.

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So however the chrome mobarak This is a blessing reminder, meaning it's extremely beneficial. It's full of benefit. There's an ending benefit in this book.

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And when there is an ending benefit in something, then do you ever leave it even for a minute? Would you ever leave it even for a week? No. When there's an ending benefit, you will hold on to it. You will use it you will never leave it. Allah says anthem the human Quran then is it this that you are with it unacquainted anthem la Omen Kiran, then you are for this book monkey Rome.

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You are denying it. Monkeys who one who denies but monkey is also someone who is unfamiliar with something, someone who is acquainted of something does not know it very well.

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So monkey is someone who you are unacquainted with. So Antonio monkey on this book, you do not bother to get to know more, you do not bother to study more, you do not bother to reflect more, this book you're unacquainted on.

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Like, for example, if there's something that is extremely beneficial for people, very beneficial.

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And everybody's talking about it. And one person says, I've never heard of it, what is it? Like? Really, you've never heard of it? How sad, how sad, that we feel pity for them, that they have been deprived of so much good. But what do we see that if a person is distanced from the Quran, then he is worth 50.

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And this is just like, if somebody sends you a gift, they send it by mail. And the person who sent it to you is very special to you is very noble, what will you do? You will go to the post office, you will go and get that gift, you will go and get that package. Even if you're extremely busy. What will you do? Still, you will go and make time, isn't it so when people have their important packages, waiting for them at the post office, they will go during their breaks in work hours, even if it means compromising their lunch.

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So when something is important to you, you make time for it.

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Even if you're extremely busy, you will make time to open it up to see what is it that they have sent for me.

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So Allah says this book I have sent and this is Mubarak, it is so beneficial. You can't make time for it. You can't make time for it. You say you're too busy. Right now you're blaming your health or you're blaming your circumstances or you're blaming your poor child, or you're blaming something or the other that they have occupied me so much. This is why I have no time for it really, alone Karen, you're really depriving yourselves. And so outside I number 29 we learn kita one unzila who alayka mobile con Leah de barro Aya t Willie at occur all Alba, this is a blessing book, which We have revealed to you a profit sort of virus and why? So that they might reflect upon it versus this book

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has been sent, not just so that we decorate our bookshelves with its beautiful, lovely colors? No. So that they may reflect upon its verses. And that those of understanding would be reminded. And for that, you have to keep this book open in front of you.

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You have to keep listening to it. You have to keep reading it. You have to keep increasing in your knowledge and understanding and memorization of this book. Because when you will leave it it will leave you and when you will keep yourself with it, then it will remain with you.

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What motivates a person to stay connected with the Quran is the fear of the Day of Judgment. It's the fear of the skills. If you remember that Hadith about the student, that one person went ahead because of his deeds of one year.

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And the other person although he did something much greater, but he was left behind. Why? Because he had one year less.

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Yes, you might say but this is why

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Allah took his life away first. And he took the life of the other person away later. So he had more opportunity. Yes, definitely. This is by the fear of Allah. However, there is also effort that is required of us. There is also effort that is required of us that what do we do in the time that we have been given? Because many people are given more time what still they don't take advantage of it. Like that person was given one more year to Liberty just wasted. Did he wasted no

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He took advantage of the month of Ramadan. He didn't say, oh, I'll do something in the next Ramadan. So we have to take advantage of the time that we have been given and what is it that will motivate us? It's the fear of the Day of Judgment. It's the fear of a loss.

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It's the fear of the scale, that I do not have enough.

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The Quran is Mubarak it is full of hate. There is a lot of hate, but how can a person take benefit from that height?

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How can he be the recipient of that Baraka of the height when he takes advantage of everything that is mentioned in the Book of Allah? And you see, there are many things that are mentioned in the Book of Allah many things, but in order to understand them fully, there's a lot of supplementary knowledge that is required.

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So for example, in order to benefit from the Quran, what does a person need to do? He also needs to have a good understanding of the Sunnah of the Prophet sort of autism. This is what completes the burqa.

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This is just like when a person is in high school, he cannot graduate. Until and unless he has taken certain subjects. Even if he does not intend to pursue them in later years, he still has to do them, isn't it

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without them he cannot graduate because they complete his understanding. So similarly with the understanding of the Quran, with the knowledge of the Quran, the knowledge of the Sunnah is also extremely important.

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We might think that it's not that important. We didn't come here to study the Quran, this course is supposed to be tollemache Quran. So why are we studying fixed subjects? And why are we studying Ceylon? Why are we studying Hadees because they complement your understanding. they complete their perfect, the higher and the Baraka that is in the book of Allah for us. Many times, women are told that you know what you're doing as a woman looking after children looking after your husband, that's sufficient for you. These are the obligations that are imposed on you. Okay, accepted. However, there is no limit to increasing the weight and the reason,

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isn't it?

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So if a woman wants to do extra, why should she be deprived? Why should she not do more? Because one year can make such a difference. One deed can make such a difference. And there is no limit to increasing the weight in the museum.

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We see that every little deed will be brought and weighed in the scale, whether good or bad. Many times we do certain things and we say oh it's not such a big deal. Everybody's doing it. It's such a small thing. So why Alaska photo Rahim. But we see that even if it's equivalent to the mustard seed, it will be broad it will be weighed. In the previous Iola, in Masato Neff hadn't been or the the, even if a whiff of the punishment should reach them. And just a glimpse into the Hellfire, a glimpse, even just exposure to Hellfire is enough of a punishment.

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And at that time, what will people say? Yeah, we're done in coconut oil. It is our fault. We were wrong. But right now we have a list of excuses, a list of reasons. I cannot do this, I cannot do that. This is why I have to do it. This is why I have to do that. But at that time, all those excuses will disappear. So we see that we have to become honest with ourselves. We have to become honest with ourselves, What do we want? And how much are we really doing?

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Because many times, we're just trying to please people. We're just trying to satisfy other people. But we see that we need to become honest with ourselves, that if I really want to achieve something in the Hereafter, I know what I'm doing. I know where I'm wasting my time. I know where I'm neglecting the opportunities.

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Every everything will be brought, everything will be weighed. And at that time, I will not be able to say I was too busy. I was too sick. I was waiting for the circumstances to be changed. No. None of those excuses will work over there.

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So we have to become sincere now.

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