Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 20 – L200C

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Al-Qasas 1-21 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 7-13

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Whoa, hyena Illa Mimosa. So how was it? How did Allah execute the scan of his to Free the bunny Israel to give them authority in the land? To give them freedom to give them some space to make them leaders? What did Allah do? He inspired to the mother of musasa.

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The history of success of Bani Israel, it begins with who? A woman. Because Behind every successful person is the hand of who? A woman.

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Well, oh, hanaa ila only Musa Oh hanaa Well, her Yeah. Where he,

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where he literally means to give a secret indication, to put something in the heart of a person.

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And where he has a technical term is the inspiration that Allah subhanaw taala gives to, to his prophets. The revelation that he gives to his prophets, that he communicates with his prophets in various ways, sometimes directly, sometimes through a messenger, sometimes inspiring in the heart of the messenger.

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But remember that what he, in its literal sense is also used in the Quran, which is to put in the heart of someone to inspire someone with something. Like for example, we're O'Hara buka Elena, that Allah revealed to the honeybee, meaning he inspired the honeybee, he put it at the heart of the honeybee, so that as a result, this is what the honeybee does.

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Similarly, what ohangwena elomi Musa and we revealed, we inspire to the mother of Musa, meaning we put this in her heart, we put this thought in her heart.

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And remember that worry is not just by inspiring the thought, in the heart of a person, it could also be telling a person about something through a dream,

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like how Allah subhanaw taala shows certain dreams to people so that they get an idea of what to do, what not to do, and so on and so forth.

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So a hyena in a mimosa this way over here gives meaning of

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it could be directly. It could also be through a dream. Or it could be that an angel came to her and told her Now this does not mean that she became a messenger she became a prophet. No.

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Because you remember that the bunny is trying they were very special people and do even the common people from the bunny Israel. Allah soprano tada would send angels to them.

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Remember the story of the three men, the one who was blind and the other who was a leper and the other who was bald? And the angel was sent to them? Did that mean that they became prophets? No.

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So hyena Illa Mimosa Alo arland how exactly this message was conveyed to her. But somehow it was conveyed to her.

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that an earlier he that he suckle him

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out of the rain from the reflectors or all the rain, or aldara to breastfeed, so breastfeed nurse, give suck to who do musar listener. And when was that, immediately after he was born? for either 50 or lay he then when you fear for him, meaning you fear for his life, that the people of Iran are going to find out about him and they're going to come and kill him, that what should you do?

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For elkie phillium me, then throw him in the river, which river is this, the Nile

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well at the huffy and do not fear, what are the honey and do not grieve? How is fear over some expected harm in the future?

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You fear that you might suffer from something in the future.

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So do not fear that if you put him in the river, he will drown and he will die, that something will eat him up. No, don't have this fear. Whenever there is any end Do not grieve. He doesn't his sadness over a harm that a person has received.

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that a person has said over what he has suffered from

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so that there is any Do not grieve over what? Over being separated from him. That now you've thrown him into the river. You're separated from your baby. Don't grieve, don't be sad. Why? Because in do Lakey, indeed we are going to return him to you. What I do is actually our donor and Florida has been used for a loss of data for Darlene.

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So we're going to return him to you with Jerry luminol more saline and we are ones who will make him about the messengers.

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It is said that when Mimosa the mother of musasa. She was given this message when she was inspired with this message.

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She nursed her baby musalla Center for three days. And other say for about three months.

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Remember that a child a newborn? Most of the time, what does he do? He sleeps right? And he wakes up and he nurses and generally goes back to sleep typically, especially for the first few days.

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So for the first few days, the mother of mozzarella Sam, she was able to feed him and no one discovered him. No one found out that she had a boy. Very few people, perhaps only her family members they knew.

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But the common Bani Israel even they were unaware,

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and the people of their own even they were unaware.

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But gradually what happens the child starts to stay awake longer. And what happens? makes more noise. It's more difficult to hide the child

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suffer for either heftier la he, when you fear for his life that he is going to be discovered. Then don't wait until somebody discovers him. What should you do? Put him in a basket in a box and put that our booth where? into the river.

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So after some time, some say after three days and others after three months alone,

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she placed musasa them in a basket and she put it in the waters off the river Nile.

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If you notice over here, in this ayah there are two comments and what are they

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a Leary and LP nursing and then throw him

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and at the same time there are two prohibitions, letter hoffy letter has any. Don't fear, don't grieve, and there are two promises as well.

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In our dual election, we're going to return him to you when you are a luminol mursaleen and we're going to make him auto messengers.

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And the same thing has also been mentioned were in Surah Taha Ayah 38 to 39

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that is O hyena Illa omega, you have an equally fee fit booty faculty fee phillium. Me Faneuil Kalia Marissa Haley, who are the Woodley, who are the winner, will LA to la cama have better mini when he does not honor it? We see over here that for any woman, to separate her child from herself, is extremely difficult to do,

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isn't it? Many women, when their baby is born for the first few days, they don't let anyone take the child away even from their eyes, they want the child should be in the same room. They cannot bear separation from their child.

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The imagine for her to put her baby in a basket and put that basket in the river and you don't know where it's gonna end up. Imagine her fear. Imagine her worries, imagine her sadness. Just imagine how she must have been feeling.

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But what is it that made her do it at that point. It was the up. It was a certainty that Allah soprano data will fulfill his promise. Allah promised her two things in Allah do la ke which are illuminated mostly.

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When a person has the pain and the promises of Allah, then what happens? It gives them courage. It makes him overcome his fears, his anxieties, his worries, his concerns. It makes him obedient to Allah.

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It gives him the courage to obey Allah, no matter how difficult it may see, when when a person has been in the promises of Allah.

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We see that many promises have also been made with us in the Quran, isn't it? So?

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Now, we have to see how much you can do we have in those promises. If we have your thing we will be able to obey. And if we lack that conviction, then we will not be able to obey, we will not be able to implement what Allah subhanaw taala wants us to do.

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So what drives a person would give Scourge to a person is your pain is certainty. And this is what the mother of musar listen ahead.

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So what happened? She did it. She put most artists in a basket and she put that basket in the river. And then what happened? fell Dakota who

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and the family of our own victim up in Takata from the rotators Lamb of

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Lakota is to pick something up from the ground, whose owner is unknown. You do not know who the Malik is, who the owner is.

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Like, for example, you're walking and all of a sudden you see a $20 bill on the ground. So what do you do? You pick it up?

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You don't know who it belongs to. You don't know who the Malik is, you pick it up. This is what Ill Dakota Lakota to pick up something from the ground whose master is unknown.

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You weren't looking for it. You weren't in search for it. You found it by chance unintentionally.

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So similarly, the people have had our own out of it our own the family of our own, they picked Musa SNM from the river, not because they were looking for a child in the river. No, just by chance, they saw basket, and they saw a baby in that basket. So they picked him up.

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It is said isn't that in Egypt? At that time, the inhabitants the people of Egypt, they lived on both sides of the Nile. Why?

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Because by the Nile, the land is fertile. And as you go away, it turns into desert.

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So people Where do they live?

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By the night on both sides,

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on one side, where the money is for you, and on the other side, we're fit our own, and his people, the coptics.

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So what happened the mother of mazarin is an M, she put him into the river. And as the basket, it went into the river. It ended up on the other side of the Nile.

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On whose side the side were the people of her own lived.

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And it ended up close to the palace of Pharaoh.

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And over there, the people they found him they picked him up. And musalla Sam, he was brought to the wife of

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so called Takata who elevator owner, Leah Khun Ella whom I do when we're hesitant.

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So that, in consequence, he would be meaning busara lesson would be for them for who? For elephant or own or do an enemy or hesitant and also a grief.

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What does that mean by this? They picked him up so that he would be an enemy for them. Did they came up with this intention? No licona this lamb over here is Lamb of Africa of consequence.

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Remember that lamb is of different different types one is of ala reason gods, and the other is of occupa consequence over here it's for consequence,

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just as we have learned earlier as well, that will Karla Moosa Habana in Nakata, Fiona Hamada who Zenith and what am well and Phil Hyatt adonia, la pena, Li, Lu and sibenik. That, Oh our Lord you have given to fit our own a lot of this dunya Xena wealth, as a result, they are misleading people from your way.

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Allah did not give well to fit our own to that deliberately, people will be led astray. No, as a result, people were being led astray.

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So we see that Leah cornella home lamb is of consequence, that at the end of the affair, eventually what was going to happen

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musasa was going to be an enemy to them, and a source of grief causing the downfall of their kingdom. Why? Why did Allah allow this to happen?

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Because in the fit our own our hermana would you knew the woman can help in indeed for your own Herman and their armies? What were they? They were all sinful. They were all at fault. Cotton in Florida.

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However, the hotter in they were great sinners. There are people who are extremely disobedient to Allah subhanaw taala. So this is why Allah subhanaw taala punished them at the hands of musasa

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they were trying to compete with the planning of Allah. They were trying to finish the bunny Israelite eel oppress them. This is how they will hardly eat. But Allah subhanaw taala had a greater plan. And he wished to punish them because of that.

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If you think about it, killing small children, innocent infants isn't a huge crime. It's a huge crime. It's a great hopper. A great fault, a great mistake, a great sin, wiping out an entire generation and entire race. That is also a great crime.

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So we see that because of the great crimes, Allah subhanaw taala wish to punish them. And how did he punish them? through musasa.

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Elsewhere also, we learn that Miller Hartley to him over Rico for unova because of their hottie app because of their sins, the people of their own, they were drowned, and they were admitted into the fire.

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If you think about it, when a person is doing something wrong. At that time, he doesn't generally think about the consequences of his actions isn't.

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He's completely oblivious to the consequences, but we see that if a person does wrong, then the end will be evil.

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if the action is evil, the end will also be evil

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fit our own and his people they had been given a long rest fight. But now this rest fight was to come to an end.

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So fall Takata who elevator owner, Leah Khun Ella whom I do when we're hazard and why?

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In the federal owner wilhemina would you know the woman can hop in

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Wakanda tomorrow to feed her own, and the wife of her own set, who was the wife of federal. Her name was ESEA.

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So she said to who to fit our own. It is said that when musasa was picked up from the river, people said that this is a child of the Israelis.

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So they wanted to slay him they wanted to kill him. And for their own and his men, they were ready to kill him.

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But as to when she saw the baby, she said Pamela terina Lee Wallach, he will be a comfort of the eye for me and for you.

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Just look at him on rough terrain and

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the terrain color is actually coolness comfort, that he will be a great comfort for the eyes for me and for you. Who is she saying this do that or own that look at him What a joyous sight. What a cute little child, he is going to be a source of pleasure and happiness for us. It is said that she did not have a child of her own. And she wanted children. And when she saw him when she saw was artists and what do we learn elsewhere? What Al Qaeda alayka might have with a mini mozarella salaam was an adorable child and adorable baby. Anyone who saw him fell in love with him.

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And Pedro alayka, Mahabharata mini Allah subhanaw taala had bestowed this special love on him. Anyone who saw him fell in love with him. So the wife of her own, the moment she saw masala, salaam, she loved him. And she said Cora taurine, Li wellock, la Taku, don't kill him, I say a foreigner, perhaps he will benefit us.

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You never know. If we train him, we keep him in our house, he might benefit us, he might benefit our kingdom. And if not, that, then at least own at the hula, then at least we can take him as our child, for whom layers are known. And they had no idea. They did not perceive what

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who exactly was or listen and was, what was going to be the consequence of the affairs with him.

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So we see over here, that the wife of fit her own, she came and defended musar Listen, when fit her own was ever ready to kill him. Why

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this was a partial loss of hunger is planning that when Allah wishes to help someone, then he can help him, even through his enemies.

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Allah can help him even through his enemies that someone from among the enemies will come and stand up in your defense. If you look at it, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who was defended by in Makkah. obatala was a valuable believer, no

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similarity when the prophets are allowed to send a one to a five. And he was rejected from there. And when he came back to Makkah, again, who supported him, people who weren't Muslim, who gave him protection so that he could come to Makkah, people who weren't Muslim,

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that will back out all the time learn who also when he was leaving Makkah, migrating from Makkah, and he was on his way, some people met him, they were not Muslim at that time, but they gave him protection. So we see that Allah subhanaw taala, he can protect his servant through any means, even from someone from among his enemies, it's not difficult for him.

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We also see over here, that the wife of her own, look at how she convinces her husband.

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There is a great skill, a great talent, that Allah subhanaw taala has given to women, which is what

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that they can convince their husbands to do things which their husbands may initially oppose even some women might say, this is not the case with me.

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But we see that who was this man who was her husband, but our own and who was

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a great tyrant, someone who had not even an iota of mercy in his heart, because if he had even a little bit of mercy in his heart, he would spare the little children of B'nai Israel. This is how harsh he was. This is how strong headed he was. This is how arrogant he was Allah fill up, but look at him when his wife

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speaks to him. And look at the manner that she speaks to him, he agrees, he accepts, women have been given the scale by Allah soprano.

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And women know when to use the skill. But unfortunately, we use the scale when we want something for our own benefit, then we know what to do we know how to approach our husbands. But other times when it comes to the dean, then we also become weak. You have been given the scale use it.

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We also see over here that look at the way that she convinces him. She doesn't say Have mercy on him, just a little child, what has he done to you know, what does she say arsa and Varna, he'll benefit us because she knew that her own was selfish.

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He was very proud of himself. He was very proud of his kingdom. And he wanted the best for his kingdom. So look at how she convinces him as I am foreigner, you might lose a great opportunity, he might benefit us.

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So be very careful in the manner that you speak as well in a manner that you convince the other person as well.

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And look at how she says, if not that, at least we can take him as a child, we can adopt him as a child, we don't have a child, at least we'll have one we can adopt him. And if you remember about use of our discipline, which was said,

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there is he said the same thing that we could take him as our own son, and musasa. Well, so what did she say that we will take him as our son? Look at the amazing planning of Allah soprano.

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how Allah subhanaw taala put the love in the heart of this woman, and she convinced her husband,

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the way no one else could convince her.

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She convinced that great tire and despair the life of this child, no one else could do that. No one could do that. Only his wife could do that. So look at how Allah subhanaw taala protects his servants. Look at how he helps them through ways that you can never imagine.

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She's mentioned the story of this man who is drink, he was a Muslim. But when he went home one day to his wife, she did not rebuke him, she did not approach him, she welcomed him, she took care of him. And eventually, he improved himself. Eventually, he left the crimes that he used to do. So many times we see that women, they can be a source of completely changing their husbands, making them do things that the men could never imagined they could ever do.

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I myself have seen some men who were extremely strong in certain things. were never going to do this, our family's never going to do this. But when their wives changed, you see the whole family dynamic changing the husband supporting the wife who said that I'm never going to support you in this. But the husbands are the ones who are supporting their wives. They're doing more work than their wives are doing.

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So when Allah is giving you the skill, don't just use it to get some money out to him so that you can buy a lot of stuff and you can move into a bigger house and stuff like that. No, he has the skill to make him do good things as well.

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A woman can make a house heaven or hell, but the way you convince your husband the way you make him do certain things or not do certain things.

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She says Pura taurine, Lee Wallach is going to be a source of comfort for me and for you. doesn't just say only for me. Oh my God, he's so cute. And I want him I'll be so happy for you as well, because she knew that her husband was a selfish man, and arrogant men.

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Men are like the head and the women are like the neck. So once you're the neck, the neck can turn anywhere. Wherever the neck turns, the head will follow. And this is very true. I mean, this man was a tyrant. Just try to imagine what kind of a man fit our own was. And look at how she managed to convince him.

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Now this is what's happening in this house, in the other house, what's going on over there?

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Well, over half an hour do Mimosa

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and the heart of the mother of musala Center. It became empty.

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Why she had put her son in a basket and put that basket in the river and she had no idea where her son was. So just imagine her grief. What us behalf would add to Mimosa feriha feriha from the rotators fell raw rain photo is when something becomes completely empty. A Florida del del is a water bucket a fraud meaning when it has been overturned and whatever water was there has been poured out of it.

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So just imagine a jug full of water and you pouring water out of it. Eventually what's going to happen? All the water is going to be

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And the dog is going to be empty.

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This was the state of her heart.

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What does it mean by it?

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That it became empty of everything, she could not think she could not do anything. You know, it's like when you're overcome by extreme worry and concern, you cannot go to the bathroom you cannot eat, you cannot sleep, you cannot drink, you cannot talk. You cannot think straight,

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isn't it. So

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you might be hungry, you might be extremely tired. But because you're so worried, you can not do anything, you become completely failure.

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You cannot do anything, you cannot occupy yourself in anything.

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So this was the state of our heart, it was as though it was drained, emotionally drained us by half, the Mimosa feriha. She couldn't think of anything. She was just worried. She was just extremely anxious. And that's it. We're about halfway through Mimosa feriha.

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Now all those mothers were here, just imagine you've lost your child. Just imagine, if you've ever experienced this, that you cannot find your child even for five minutes, you have no idea where he is? How would you feel? How would you feel?

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You would panic, you would be extremely worried, extremely concerned. Can you think of your purse at that moment? Can you think of your makeup at that moment? Can you think of your clothes at that moment? No. She herself had to put her child into the river. So imagine what grief She must be experiencing? How much worried she was that she couldn't think of anything else. She could not be worried about anything else. All that she was concerned about was her son.

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I remember I was at this place once. And as you go upstairs, the main door, if it's opened, the stairs are right there. And many times it happens that if you're sitting in a room, and your child walks out, you don't know if he's gone to the stairs, or he's gone somewhere else. And all of a sudden, if you realize oh my god, my child is missing. What happens? So many times that has happened with me, I'm doing my work all of a sudden, like, Where is he? I don't hear him. And I'm not concerned about who I'm talking to whether I'm eating something or I'm talking to somebody, I'm doing some work, I leave everything and I just run. I just run that's it.

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And the first thing I do is I run to the stairs Is he there, because he was going downstairs. So you can imagine any mother who has lost her child, what she would be experiencing,

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will also have to add to Mimosa feriha.

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And she was so grief stricken that in CAD she was about to let tivity v she was about to reveal him

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to be D from the earth actress by then well,

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she was about to expose him that that was her child.

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It's possible that she had come to know at this moment that her son had been picked up by the people of Iran.

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Now she must have been so grief stricken that her child has been separated from her, and oh my god fit her own. He could kill my child at any moment. So she was about to disclose him that that child is mine. You understand?

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And you see even when the bunny Australian people did not know that it was her child, or that she had a child in cabinet letaba db, if she was about to expose him as being her son, so that the people would come to know that the child that was found was her child, Lola a bottleneck or that can be I had we not fortified her heart. Had we not strengthened her heart lead akuna Minal meaning so that she would be of believers, or a bottleneck from the roof letters, or all the

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Roboto Roboto is to tie up something to fasten something.

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Roberto Haley still to die horses. Why? for protection?

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So when something is tied up, it is protected.

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Isn't it so?

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So batana phobia, we tied up her heart. We fortified it. We strengthened it. We tied it up with patience and a man so that you would be at peace. Had it not been that Allah strengthened her heart. He gave her some blood and courage that moment, she would have gone and wept and wailed and screamed, and everyone would have found out that that was her child. And that's it, the whole plan would be done with.

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But what do we see that Allah strengthened her? He gave her some. He gave her courage. So she remained composed and silent at that time leader Konami Mini, so that she would be of the believers, those who have faith in Allah's promise.

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What was the promise that our last panel Darla had made with her that her son was going to be returned to her

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He was going to be made a messenger.

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So she was made this promise neither condominial momineen Allah gave her the courage to hold on, to remain calm and composed at that point, so that she believed with conviction in the promises of Allah.

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So what did she do? We'll call it the tea. And she said to her sister, the mother of Musashi Sam, she said to his sister, it is said that the name of his sister was also Maria, Maria mint, or Enron. But obviously this is not the mother of restart, isn't it?

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So we'll call it the Eau de. On one hand, she had complete trust in Allah soprano Darla. And on the other hand, she also did her part, she's also planning so she said to his sister, will see he follow him

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or see from the root letters, off slots odd

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a sigh episode to follow. So follow Him, see where he goes, see where he is taken.

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This could be from the moment that you put him in the basket, until whatever happens with him.

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It is said that musar Listen, and when he was picked up by the people of their own, for their own, finally, he agreed that he was not going to kill musar listener. And obviously, when you have a little infant, you have to feed him, you have to nurse him.

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And that is mentioned in the following I add that how they tried to call the wet nurses that were available to come and nurse musar Listen up musar listening would not accept anyone.

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So then they were taking musallam around the city as well. The people of Iran they were taking loose artesanal around the city to find some woman whose milk musar listen I would accept so the mother musar Listen, what did she say cuz he keep following him. Keep following him wherever he's taken in the palace outside of the palace, when he's still in the river, follow him

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for bussola to be he so she watched him on gentlemen from aside gentlemen from the reflectors, Jean nuba and unibus from a distance a job is also used for a person who is in the state of Geneva. Why? Because he is at a distance from what from Florida from Florida.

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So for those who have been here on gentlemen, so she watched him from a side while home lawyer Sharon and they did not realize that she was watching him

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who did not realize the people around

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him now I lay him model there. And we have prevented from him all wet nurses manabu from before, on who on musar listening and model their plural off model there and who is not there. One who nurses.

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The woman who

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nurses, a wet nurse, or you can say a foster mother.

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So all the wet nurses, they were forbidden upon him upon musasa.

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So in other words, mozzarella, Sam would not accept the milk of any woman, any wet nurse no matter who tried to nurse him, he would not accept it, he would not take it.

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The one model There has also been understood as the plural of the word model. And modar is isn't the place of suckling. So the breast of the woman

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so how long are they in Morocco there I'm in a blue. Any suckling mother, other than his own was forbidden on him. So he refused the milk of every woman

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for call it so she said who booked Moosa the sister of mozzarella, Sam, she said to Alfred around hyla do lokum Shall I inform you, Allah, debating? Do the people have a house yaku they will take care of him. Your coluna gafa Allah, we have done this word earlier as well, that they will take care of him now come for you. We're home Luna soon and they will be sincere for him. They will be well wishers for him they will really take good care of him.

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Now this was also part of a loss upon TARDIS planning,

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that the people of their own they tried so many nursing women that even one could possibly nurse musar listening but musar listening would not accept the milk of any woman. There was a huge problem. Obviously, they could not just find a bottle from anywhere and put some formula milk together and give it to the baby. That wasn't possible. And even if they did, that was also how Thomas Edison so he will not accept it.

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So what happened that they were worried they were concerned?

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The wife of her own is saying Katarina Lee Wallach. You could imagine her concern for the child for the baby. She's desperate to have him nursed.

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And they find so many women but he refuses the milk of every single woman. Now, his sister money um, she's following and she's watching all of this. And then she comes up to them and she says Should I tell you about

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Some family, they will really take good care of him. And they will be able to nurse him. I'm telling you.

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So what happened? They accepted. They said, Go ahead, please show us. You know, when you're in this problem when a baby is crying, thank you one any solution, isn't it. So, when an infant is crying when a child is crying non stop when he's hungry, he just want any solution, even if it's just an empty bottle.

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So you can imagine their desperate state.

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So they accepted immediately. They didn't care whether that wet nurse was going to be from the Israelis, you understand? They didn't have that bias then anymore.

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So what happened then follow the dinner who he left on me. So we restored him to his mother. Allah fulfilled his promise. What Allah subhanaw taala said to her in narodu, la ke, we're going to return him to you follow that and now who Allah only we returned him to his mother, why k the color I knew her so that she would cool her eyes

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so that her eyes would be cool so that she would be comforted. She would be at ease.

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The Anwar I know how powerful Ah, we have done this word earlier as well. And are is used for such coolness. That is pleasant, that is comforting.

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You sometimes you're cold, but that feeling of coolness is not exactly comforting. You want to wear a jacket and you're shivering, and you're very uncomfortable. But this is such coolness that is a source of comfort for a person.

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And terrain is when a person is delighted by seeing something. When the eyes find comfort, and joy by looking at something.

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A loss of Paradise is so merciful, that he has provided us with so many means to find comfort, to find happiness, to find pleasure. Sometimes we enjoy we find pleasure how, by putting something in our mouths by tasting something that's very nice.

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Sometimes we find pleasure by talking to someone. Sometimes we find pleasure by doing something.

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Sometimes we find pleasure by acquiring something. And sometimes we find pleasure by just looking at something

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because Allah, He is a rare man. He is eliminare This is how much he cares for his creation.

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That even by looking at things, we can find joy and pleasure and comfort.

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This is such a great mercy of Allah.

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Qaeda, Karina so that she would cool her eyes, she would be comfortable she would be happy by looking at her child. She would be mentally at peace.

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Well, that doesn't. And she would not grieve. She would not be sad anymore. Because she's not separate from her son.

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Juanita Aloma enter that she would know and noir de la he has that indeed, the promise of Allah is true. Well, I can act on him layer on the moon, but most of them do not know. Do not know what that whatever promises Allah makes. He fulfills them. Some promises, they're fulfilled immediately, within a day.

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If you look at it, the first promise that she was made with inner la de la ke it was fulfilled immediately. And the other promise which are Illumina mousseline was going to take some 40 years.

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But what do we see that whatever promises Allah makes he fulfilled? Well, I cannot come home later on, but most of the people they do not know. They do not believe in it with conviction. And as a result, what happens? What happens? They don't do what Allah subhanaw taala wants them to do.

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So we see over here that a lot of panel data, he fulfilled the promise, he protected her child, he returned her child to her. She saw him she was comfortable. She was at peace, she was at rest. And on top of that, she was actually hired by the family of their own to take care of musasa

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you're looking after your own child but you've been paid for it. What a great blessing of Allah.

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There is a morsel Hadees that is reported in Abu Dawood, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the example of the craftsmen.

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The example of the person who hopes for reward by the work he does. by for example, a person is manufacturing fans or air conditioners or he's making tables or he's making bends or he's stitching something he's putting something together. But whatever work he's doing, yes, he's going to be paid for it. But his intention is that people will benefit from it.

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He's not just doing his work for the sake of

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doing it.

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Like, for example, a person is given a job to clean someplace. He's mopping the floor. He's not just mopping so that he can get his paycheck but he's mopping also so that when people come, they will find a clean place to walk. There is a difference in an era.

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When a person works with this intention, what happens? He does his work with excellence with your son.

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And he hopes for reward from Wu from Allah subhanaw taala.

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So his example is like that of Moosa who nursed her own child, but also earned a wage

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that she nourished her own child, but she also got benefits for it. The similarly a person who is doing his work with the intention that other people will benefit and Allah will give me reward for it. Yes, he's getting his paycheck, but at the same time, he's also getting rewarded for it.

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You understand?

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You understand the comparison, that a person is doing his work as a job, but because his intention is good, Allah will also give him reward.

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Just like the mother of most artists, now, she is doing her job of nursing her child, but at the same time she is being paid for it.

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So we learn from this Hadees that Moosa, she was actually paid for it as well. So look at how Allah subhanaw taala benefited her. Her child is back with her. She's nursing her own child, she's taking care of her own child. And on top of that, she's getting so many advantages as well.

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What else

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work all at three o, t. v.

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