Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 20 – L206C

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Al-Ankabut 31-44 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 36-40

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what you know Medina and towards Medina. Okay, babe brother? Sure Are you sure I've already sent it to the people I've met in the last panel data sent? Sure Abraham Islam as a messenger for the people of meridian meridian as I have told you several times earlier as well, that it is said that he was either the son of Abraham or they sent him or his grandson. It was the name of either his son or grandson.

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And perhaps a stronger opinion would be that he was his grandson because mainly are his children. Who do we know of?

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Is how could is an event is my eternal center

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and his descendants they were known as the people of Medina and where they lived that area came to be known as Medina as well.

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So to the city of meridian home their brother Allah subhanaw taala sent sure even Sherry but his center

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for Allah so he said, Yeah call me all my people are the Lucha worship Allah the same message as Ibrahim unison what a double in Hebrew said I'm saying but with the Lucha what the coup. So you're coming here with aloha all my people worship Allah when Julio

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and also hope for fear look forward to the last day. Where are you from newsletters lodging, well, and Roger, what does it mean,

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to hope for something and also fear? Do meanings hope expect look forward to and secondly, fear.

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So what a jewel Yeoman. What is the last day refer to

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the day of judgment? And why is it called the last day?

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Why is the day of judgment call the last day?

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Yes, life after that is eternal, if you think about it, human beings, they mainly have four days. One is that which is in the womb of the mother. The second was that which is on the surface of the earth. The third is that which is in the grave. And the fourth will be the last one meaning after resurrection, which is going to be eternal.

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After which there will be no other day.

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And and think about it every day, you know as the day comes to an end, and the next day begins what happens? You feel as though there's a new beginning, isn't it some things have changed. If you were very sad yesterday, today, you hope to be happy. If you were ill yesterday today, you hope to feel better. If you were very tired and exhausted yesterday, you hope to have more energy today. If you weren't as productive yesterday, you hope to be more productive today, isn't it? As the next day comes, you feel that it will be different. You want to make a difference.

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However, the day of judgment is the last day meaning whatever happens on that day it will not change after that.

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If a person is in gender, he will be in gender.

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And if a person is in Hellfire he will be in hellfire. So Malaya moved via wilayah here.

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So shamanism, he said to the people, well, Julio, my

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hope for the last day or fear the last day, what does it mean by this?

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If we take the meaning of Roger to be hope, look forward to expect that look forward to it. Hope for it, do something to prepare for that last day. Where are you wasting your time? It's like imagine if a person is going to travel somewhere. And they have to leave in about two days and they still haven't packed their bags, they still haven't done their shopping. What will you say? This person is not looking forward to his trip, isn't it so? So while you'll yell at him, Horford Look forward to it, how by preparing for it, do something for that day.

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And also, if we take the meaning of Rajat to be fear, then fear the last day

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how that do that with which you can expect reward and stay away from that which could bring punishment fear the last day

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or so and do not commit abuse fill early in the earth move cities as ones who spread corruption.

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Over here we see the cherry Berta Sam, he tells him two things. And what is that? We do? And what do you and he prohibits them from one thing and what is that letter so we'll have the move city.

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So he tells them to do two things and he prohibits them from one thing. What does he prohibit them from? From facade letter so is from the roof letters are in sell well? or answer Yeah. And it can be from RCA yasa which is which by

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I see Yeah, yes, sir.

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I see. Yeah. Sorry. Yes, sir. Yes, I look for either yes. or

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semi or Yes, ma'am.

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Or it can be from us a year or so.

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Yeah, so ferula Yes. rulu? What would that be? nazzaro em sudo. So it can be either from Bab Samir or badness, Allah and what does it mean? I've said

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arsia or so what does it mean? I've said it meaning to create facade.

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And remember that facade, it is of two types.

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Over here, when it is said, that are so filled out the mutcd, mostly meaning as ones who do facade? So these are so what is it facade?

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And remember that facade is of two types. One is tangible facade, and the others intangible facade.

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What does it mean by tangible facade, like for example, wasting wealth,

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because facade is what to corrupt? To go to an extreme to cause decay, despoil, to ruin, right. So wasting wealth is a form of asset.

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Similarly wasting electricity, wasting water, that is also a form of asset, polluting the water that is also a form of asset.

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Similarly, we see that it is important and the Buddha noted once the Sahaba traveled with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told them not to cut trees. Now doesn't mean cutting trees at all is not permitted, without any reason, without a genuine reason, without need, because that would be for sad, you're spoiling the earth, you're ruining the earth,

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seminary, various acts of terrorism, fighting the people taking their piece away in whatever way destroying buildings, all of this is what facade

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This is tangible facade.

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And the second type of facade is intangible.

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What does it mean by that? That for example, false rumors, what would they cause

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they destroy relationships, or, for example, passing negative things around people or you know, so and so said this about you, and so and so said that about you. And as a result, what happens, people who were perfectly fine, they develop hatred and dislike for one another. This is what intangible facade, causing good relationships to get ruined. How, by backbiting, by spreading rumors, by spreading feelings about one another. This is a kind of intangible facade. Similarly, intangible facade includes what else not giving the rights of people,

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what a person deserves the hug that they have not giving that to them.

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And remember, that the cause behind tangible and intangible facade is disobedience to a loss.

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Because any kind of facade, whether tangible or intangible, what is it? It is a sin, it is an act of disobedience to a loss of

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life. For example, if a person is wasting wealth, if a person is wasting electricity, allows a panel data historian This led to stiff who do not commit it's rough. So if a person does not listen to the command of a last panel data of letters before then what is he doing? He's committing a sin, isn't it so? So the cause behind facade is what disobedience to Allah subhanaw taala sins,

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which is why we learn in sort of room if 41 that led our society to feel better, he will be much closer, but as a nurse, that corruption it has spread, it has appeared throughout the land and see why, because of what the people have done.

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Because of what the hands of people have acquired, we Makassar but alienness.

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So the sins they are the reason behind facade, whether tangible or intangible. So we here we see that you're a resident, he tells us people let ourself will have the most sitting there. The question is, what kind of facade were these people committing? What kind of facade? Was it? cheating.

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They used to cheat one another. They were unfair to one another when it came to buying and selling when it came to trading. And if you think about it, what kind of facade is that?

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tangible and intangible,

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isn't it? So

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you're cheating someone. You're causing the other loss tangible, but that's going to lead to mistrust. That's going to lead to hatred. That's going to lead to people disliking one another.

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So this is why he says that. So Phil, early move CD, do not commit abuse on the earth as Mischief Makers as troublemakers

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because when you

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will cheat one another. You'll because in both types of asset

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and it's a result of disobedience to a loss of friends.

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Now over here we see that after the example of loot or s&m, the example of sherry Bredesen it was mentioned that how even he did our to his people. And you will notice over here that the details are not being mentioned. Why? Because the details we have learned earlier. Over here the main lesson, the main theme has been pointed out that this is what the messengers did. And this is how the people responded.

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Over here, if you look, the two commands that shaver Ellis and M gave to his people were the Lucha wall, Julio milaca. Worship Allah, meaning worship only him and look forward to the last day.

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What did these two commands reflect their hate, and belief in hereafter, and the fear of the day of judgment that will make them careful in their dealings with one another?

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Isn't it? So? It's the fear of the day of judgment that makes people concerned about their dealings with one another. And it's the fear of the day of judgment that makes a person focus on necessary important work until his last breath. Because for a believer, he never ever retires, there is no retirement. Why?

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Because he has to prepare for his last day until his last breath is in itself.

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So he could ever think, oh, since I've become old, therefore, I don't need to do this anymore. This is too difficult for me. I have become old, I need to rest I need to take it easy. I'm going to die very soon. So I need to take it easy. No, if a person is being driven by the fear of the Day of Judgment, and he will prepare for it until his last breath.

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Which is why you see that many scholars of the past? What do we learn about them? That even on their deathbed? What would they be doing?

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seeking knowledge? Asking questions. It is said about an biruni that he was on his deathbed. He was at the verge of dying. And someone came to visit him a knowledgeable person. And when he came to visit him on Vedanta, he started asking him questions about inheritance.

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So this man, he got very puzzled. And he said, Why are you asking about this? What benefit will it give you? You are in so much pain in so much agony. And yet you're asking me about inheritance? What benefit will give you?

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He said I'd rather die knowing about this issue than die in ignorance of this issue.

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Just imagine.

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So he asked his question, he gave the answer. And this man when he gave the answer after some time he left. And when he left, soon after, he heard the announcement that he had passed away.

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So just imagine, this is called seeking knowledge from the cradle to the grave, when a person is concerned about his a hero. And he's preparing for his accident. And he works until the last moment.

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And the question was actually relevant. It was about inheritance. Perhaps he was concerned about what was to happen to some of his property after he passed away, but was to get it and who was not to get it. And you see when something is very important to you and you preparing for it. You prepare for it until the last moment.

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You know, there are some people who, as they're walking into the examination hall, what happens? They have their, you know, books with them, their notes with them. And before they walk in, what do they just check quickly, and they close and they put it away? And then they go and take the test? And many times what do they say 100 ally checked at that last moment, that root word, that singular word. And that's why I remembered,

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right?

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So no need happens at when guests are coming until they enter the house. What are you doing? Looking around? can I fix anything? can i improve anything? Why? Why aren't you satisfied with whatever you've done already?

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Because their arrival is important to you. How you are going to portray Your house is important to you.

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Then is the day of judgment not that important? Is our after our last day not that important that we don't prepare for it until our last breath. Why don't we think that since I have worked for this long and since I have, you know studied this and since I have done that, this is enough and I don't need to do anymore. No, a believer is never ever satisfied. rajulio will acid

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and you will see this, even in those people who don't believe in the day of judgment that even when they reach old age, they don't think that their life is over. People who are in their 60s, they will go Bungee Jumping they will go and do these crazy things onto too old. Of course they are. But do they consider themselves old? No. They they want

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whatever they want to do they do it anyway.

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It's like an 80 year old woman who memorize the Quran at this old age.

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It's possible

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We handicap ourselves. You know, just as we discussed earlier, that we get some happiness and good news. And that's it, we forget about everything. Similarly, what happens with other people is that they think, oh, we become old. Now I'm 20. How can I do that? Now I'm 30. How can I do that? This is what people think. But the fact is that you can accomplish anything at any age, provided that you want to.

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And if you're preparing for the hero, then whatever you have done is not enough. You have to work until the last moment, the last moment.

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So he said to the people, you're calling me with a Lucha wall Julio mal acid, when I saw a selfie of the move city, but what was the reaction of the people forget the boohoo, but they denied him. They rejected him, despite the fact that he told them so clearly. And he tried to make them understand they're rejected him they refuse to believe in him. So that alone leave them know that to merge if I do, so, the earthquake sees them a ridge effect from the researchers, gene.

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And it applies to as elderly but what kind of results Allah is it? One that is very severe, a severe earthquake, a severe convulsion, it shook them a violent tremor. And Russia does not just apply to an earthquake, but also applies to a loud scream. Why? Because a lie blast. What does it do?

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Just imagine a loud screaming sound, what does it do? It causes things to move, and also shakes your heart. So for other terminology for the earthquake, or the loud blast, it sees them for us by houfy, dirty him jetty me. So they became in their homes as ones or fallen on their knees, frustrate humbled. They refuse to humble themselves before Allah. And Allah subhanaw taala degraded them.

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Jasmine is a perilous death and from the fetters James said me and your son is when a bird sits on its chest, while the chest touches the ground,

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you understand? As a bird, it's sitting on the ground, but how that the chest is touching the ground. And firmness. This word also applies to when a person falls on his face. Typically when people fall, how to the fall on their back. But if a person fell on his face, that is humiliation, degradation.

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So for us for houfy dirty jersey mean, they became in their homes lying lifeless, prostrate in their homes, kneeled over on their knees, dead, humbled, finished.

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The teachings of sherry Brosnan did not make any difference to them. He told them, they refuse to listen and look at their end. Over here for ultimate Raja is said, and elsewhere the word cipher is used. So perhaps it was both the punishments that were sent upon them. And as I told you about fares, both meanings of the earthquake as well as the blast

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wilden and the people of meaning, and we also destroyed the people of art.

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And where did they live in the area of a half in Yemen, were sampled and the people of Somalia, even they were finished, even they were destroyed. Why? Because of their co

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workers.

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And in fact, it has become clear to you members are Canadian from their homes. My second is a Florida muskan. So for their homes, it has become very clear to you what has become clear to you

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that they were destroyed. that something happened, that when you go back by their homes, when you pass by the ruins when you witness their end, you know that something happened.

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It's not possible that you pass by an empty place, you know, a house that is completely empty, that is in ruins. Nobody lives there anymore. And you don't wonder what happened here.

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Isn't it? So, you always wonder what happened, who used to live here, how can no one lives here anymore? How can this house is deserted? How can this entire city is deserted? You wonder you always question? So, why Lacombe? masakan here, there masakan that remain till today? It has become clear to you from them that something happened. That if Allah subhanaw taala is saying that he destroyed them they were actually destroyed.

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was a yen Allahumma shaytani r mela home and shaytaan adorn their deeds for them for Serbia home Ernest Abele and then he prevented them from the way where can we stop sleeping? And there were ones who were endowed with perception.

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What do we see over here

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that these people were destroyed? Why were they destroyed? Why were they punished because of their wrong actions.

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Because of the crimes that they used to commit, and these crimes, why do they commit them? They don't see them as evil.

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Like, for example, if you think about it, the people are Srebrenica they cheated one another. If you think about it isn't cheating something bad? Of course, it's bad. So what makes a person do it?

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What is it that makes the person do it?

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Why does he not consider it bad? He thinks it's very good, isn't it shaytan has beautified his actions for him.

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Similarly, the actions of the people of Lutheranism committed the fatherless actions even disgusts us. So what is it that made them do it, they enter the home, a shape on armano shape on adorn their deeds for them.

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He projected their evil deeds as good, which is why they did not consider evil to be evil.

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They did not consider evil to be evil, and they did it anyway. They liked what they were doing. They thought what they were doing was very good. And as a result for the home, Ernie Serbia, and as a result redline, he prevented them from the right way.

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Meaning, because the deeds were adorned for them, even though they saw the truthfulness, the logic of what the messenger was telling them, they weren't willing to accept it for said the home or disobey. As a result, they were prevented from the right way.

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And it wasn't that these people were foolish that they didn't get it. No work, no stops leading they were indicted with perception. Mr. Epstein is a Florida Mr. And Mr. Absurd is wondering fetters Bell solid or bizarre What does better mean? To see an incentive saw is to have perception, to be discerning to be able to differentiate between good and bad, beneficial and harmful.

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That which will bring benefit and that which will bring loss

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to be able to differentiate between right and wrong. This is what is the upside is

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many times, you know, when we find out that somebody is doing something very wrong, what do we think they don't have?

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They're not using the reason? Perhaps you're foolish? Or look at them. They can't even understand this, isn't it? This is how we think. But what do you see over here that all of these people, it wasn't that they were furnish. It wasn't that they didn't understand what they were doing was wrong. What can on the steps leading, they were discerning people, they were people who were endowed with reason, with perception, they were able to figure out what was good, what was bad, what was beneficial, what was harmful. But this was only with regards to dunya. Not with regards to alcohol. You understand. They were very intelligent, very clever, very smart when it came to the Nia, which

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is why they built such great structures. They built such lofty homes.

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They had such a detailed economic system, which is why they were able to cheat one another in such a fine way that other people would not even find out. So it wasn't that they were foolish. No, they were very intelligent, very clever, but only with regards to dounia.

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And as I think about it, even today, many people they're lost in their dunya very intelligent when it comes to the dunya.

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If you ask them something about politics, something about geography, something about history, something about literature, they'll give you the answers, isn't it? They know about many many things. But at the same time when it comes to the religion, if you ask me for one thing, they're not sure.

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So what is true intelligence? Is it just about knowing the dunya know, if a person knows only about the dunya no matter how intelligent he may be, it will not lead him to making the right choices.

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A person can only make right choices when he is knowledgeable of the deen

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the dunya knowledge is not sufficient, which is why we learned that in the martial law human rebellion arena and her those are those who know of those who know that the those who know the

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so what can i misstep sorry. And what can almost obscene has also been understood as that they saw the clear science.

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It wasn't that they did not recognize the truthfulness of the messenger who was sent to them know, the solder clear signs. They realize they understood but yet they rejected still they did not understand still did not accept were claiming subsidy. So it wasn't that their denial was because of ignorance. No denial was based on arrogance. And this is why they were destroyed. What can we stop sitting

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in sort of room I know

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For seven, we learn that you're a learner we're here a minute higher to dunya Warhammer harati, Hamas Iran that they know that is a third of the worldly life, but they are the hereafter are unaware. Many people when it comes to dunya extremely intelligent they know about everything. But when it comes to the actual completely unaware,

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instead of the normal is 66 we learn valid data Carl Mohan Phil Balcomb Fisher came in her bedroom in her moon, rather than knowledge is arrested concerning the accident. It's finished, it's exhausted, they don't know anything. Rather, they're in doubt about it. Rather, they're concerning it blind.

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For the majority of the people, when it comes to the knowledge of the new, it's something that is essential. But when it comes to the knowledge of the deen, it's something that is your choice, isn't it? So? Why do people think like this, because they give importance to dounia and they don't give importance to a hero was a Yella homos shaytani r mala shaytaan has really beautified their deeds for them. So they think what they're doing is very good.

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And as a result, they don't give importance to them. They give only importance to me.

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And unfortunately, many times when it comes to the dean, people will say with so much confidence, oh, I'm not that religious. So until it's not that practicing, how can you even say that? How can you even admit that with your own mouth? I'm not that religious? Is it something to be proud of?

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That if you think about it was a yellow machine, or modem there's so much out there in the world that how strongly their deeds were adorned for them, how much they were beautified for them that although these deeds were so repulsive, and so wrong, standard them. And if you think about it, even today, there are many things that are wrong. But why do people do them? When it comes to stealing when it comes to cheating when it comes to lying when it comes to skipping? When it comes to not doing your work? Why do people do it? What gives them the confidence to do it?

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What is it?

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They think what they're doing is very good. They think they're very smart. They think they're very intelligent, but there's intelligent, good for a person know who can stop so you no matter how intelligent and smart he may think he is this intelligent, the smartest does not work with Allah.

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It does not work.

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So we need to be very, very careful that if we are doing something,

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we shouldn't just be doing it because we find it attractive. Just because we find it good. Just because it brings pleasure to us. Just because everybody's doing it just because it's in now.

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If we're doing something, we have to check this Allah approve of it. Does our religion approve of it? And if it doesn't, no matter how attractive It is, it is something evil. That is something that is faulty. We learned earlier that what is the year, something that makes you ugly?

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When a person does an evil deed, something that Allah has forbidden, he does not become beautiful. He may think he looks very clever, intelligent, smart, outspoken, however, he appears as ugly in the sight of Allah. What's the point of looking beautiful in the sight of people but ugly in the sight of Allah? What's the point? What's the benefit? Nothing.

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So as they get into homeless shelter, new management has served him and his service. And as a result, they were stopped from the right way. What can and will stop sitting?

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That shutdown is so intelligent that look at how he makes people stay away from the right thing from doing what is right. How, by adorning evil by beautifying their evil actions. And by saying things such as, you know, you don't have to do this right now. You can do it later. But right now you're not capable right now. You don't have time right now you're sick right now you're ill, right? You're this right now you're that do it later.

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And he doesn't do it thinking that the choice that he's made is very good. The gentleman was shaped by our motto. And a person forgets that he's wasting his time he's wasting his life. Life is precious, every moment is precious. I could die any moment I should be preparing for my last day. I said the human is to be

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and it's not only the foolish people who get fooled by shaitaan know what can and will succeed even the people who are endowed with reason and perception. And we see that if a person does not have the right intelligence, if he does not make the right choices on the Day of Judgment, what's going to happen in the Hellfire What are people going to say? Local nearness mirror, owner mokona feels hyper serene. If only we had been listening or reasoning, we would not be among the companions of the hellfire. If only we had heard If only we had understood, we would not be here today.

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So right now, when it comes to using our brains for the deen, we don't put in much effort. But when it comes to the NEA, we put in so much effort. So much effort.

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We see that shaitaan he works in both ways sometimes by beautifying the evil deeds. And other times by making good deeds seem extremely difficult. Though my God, this is impossible for me, I cannot do it, it seems like a huge mountain. Whereas it's not difficult. He can do it, just as we discussed earlier that if you have that spiritual strength, it will make you overcome your physical weakness. If you have that spiritual strength,

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isn't that certain? Once you make up your mind, I have to do it. You do it, isn't it? My grandmother, she was telling me that, you know, when she sees young girls who if they're expecting, they don't do what they're supposed to do. She was telling me she gave birth to 13 children.

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And she said, she cooked and cleaned and washed all their clothes by hand. And she didn't have much help. She did. But obviously, if you've given birth to 13 children, you have 12 children to look after all by yourself and your husband is extremely busy. In you have help. Who's going to wake up in the middle of the night and look after the children and who's going to get them ready for school and who's going to make their lunch and their breakfast and wash their clothes and all of that work.

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And she's like, these days. What's wrong with people? You have machines and you have maids and you have servants and you have dishwashers and you have everything and yet you say you can't do what you have to do.

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And I was asking her that, okay, if you were expecting and you felt sick? What did you do? She said, What could I do? I had to give food to the children. I had to give food to my husband. You know, you accept your situation and you live with it, you move on with it. You don't live in that state thinking oh my god, I'm so miserable. I can't do anything. Because the thing is that the more you dwell in your problems, the more difficult they become for you.

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And she didn't miss out on her Salah on her the hijab on a recitation of Quran. And even sometimes I look at it that we think that doing housework, looking after children is such a waste of time. Right? This is what we think sometimes we come closer to the Quran, we study the Quran, we think oh, housework, such a waste of time. And if only you know, somebody else would do it. And I could spend all my time doing this the income, this is what we say, right?

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But the theory is that if a person accepts what their situation is, at the time, Allah will give you the opportunity to do something different later as well.

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That from my childhood, I've seen her just from early morning, she's making breakfast for other people. And then after the breakfast, she's washing the clothes and after the clothes, she's making lunches and after lunch, she's clearing up and then after that she's making dinner. And now that I look at her, she has all the time to herself to read her to read her oz to read her books. And it's amazing. It's because she was grateful at that time that Allah has given her this opportunity.

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What else?

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What can almost obscene there are many who when it comes to the dunya they're very intelligent, when it comes to their studies when it comes to their careers extremely successful. But when it comes to the religion, when it comes to you know, performing Salah when it comes to going for Hajj, they don't feel anything. They don't feel anything. This is a great deprivation, that a person has a lot of intellect. But still, when it comes to the dean, he doesn't get anything. He doesn't experience anything

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that's continued

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to fit our own our Herman and we also destroyed our own and fit our own and hemin

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was called cartoon.

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What is it known for? Or what was he famous for? What was he proud of? his wealth, only his work? His knowledge, what did he say intimate UI to Allah eliminare nd

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So in the previous high, what do we see? That what cannon was obscene? The people who were very, very intelligent, but still they were destroyed. And in this ayah symbols of success, worldly success, there be mentioned that qarun a symbol of wealth, a symbol of knowledge, or fear their own. What is the symbol of authority power? was a man who was there was iraq fit our own and what is the symbol of ultimate power and authority, but also that he was very close to fit our own. He was very close to those who are very successful.

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When are the Jehan Musab will begin at and musar. Listen, he certainly came to them with clear signs with manifest proofs. But what happened for stuck autofill early, but they were arrogant in the earth, one that can also be seen but with their arrogance. They were not at all once it could outrun our punishment.

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If you look at it, as mentioned first

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that wasn't mentioned first, because it's quite possible that he was destroyed before fit our own and Hemen

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And also he is mentioned first if he was destroyed after further on in him and that there's more of a lesson there's more of an eerie blow in his destruction

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because he was knowledgeable and he was also related to Masada sooner.

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So often we'll stop studying come soon.

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First of all, our room

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and the natural cartoons that are our own. And then hi man. And it wasn't that they didn't know Masada ceram came to them with clear signs. He showed the truth to them, but still stuck burrillville of the they were arrogant in the earth. And if you look what is mentioned over here, first duck bottle fill out someone who is on the earth on ground level.

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Does he have any reason to be arrogant? No. festac wonderful. Look at where they were just because of their knowledge, just because of their worldly power, worldly authority. They became very arrogant, and they refuse to accept the truth romac and was everything. But with all that pride. Without that worldly success, were they able to outsmart the plan of Allah? subhanaw taala? Not at all.

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So became as a part of service and who is sabich? One who gets ahead of the other. So there we're not at all once we get ahead of the punishment of Allah. No, they cannot escape a las pantallas punishment.

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If you look at it,

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he was extremely arrogant, over his wealth and knowledge. And how was he punished? swallowed by the earth.

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In her man, they were also proud of their worldly power.

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And we learned that in sort of zakharov iF 51 fit our own, he said one other fit our own a few comi Kalia comi la Sally Mancha, Misra. We had the hill and held with a dream into it. I forgot to do

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that for only announced in his people in his nation. And he said, Omar nation, is it not that the bulk of missile belongs to me, that I am the king of Egypt.

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And how and these rivers they're flowing underneath my power. But what happened? he boasted about controlling the land of Egypt and controlling the rivers of Egypt. And how is he finished?

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He was drowned in the water.

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It was

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it was stuck.

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When I can set up.

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If you look at it, even today, people are very, very impressed by such personality. So

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those are very knowledgeable. Those are very beautiful. They're very powerful. They're very impressed by

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believed and very impressed by them.

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Because we think success is about this dunya it's a person who is the richest man he's extremely successful. If a person has a lot of power, he's in the government he's very, very successful. If it doesn't have a lot of knowledge, he's won the Nobel Prize for example, on something because of his knowledge very successful, this is what we think

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a higher successful person may be in worldly terms

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she turns away from Allah, if he does not have the basic understanding of the religion to submit to

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each received for his sin

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each one of them are basically mentioned over here from the people who have not listened to the people who listen to the people of Ireland and for their own and Herman

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Alessi each one of them for the sun that they have connected.

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So how would you punish

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me he has

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a house it has it has

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a shower of stones

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is used for rocks pebbles

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is such a round such a severe wind, the built in it. It can apply to a violent wind it can apply to a headstone it can apply to a hurricane.

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So for me,

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I know he has to buy we unleashed against them the houses such as

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the people

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and send them to say hello to

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the screen the loud blast, it seems to

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say hello, what is it Say hello. And then send a loud shriek a piece inside who is destroyed by that the people of the people of the people have no idea

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requires the earth to swallow.

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And

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for those of us who are seen, and gives the meaning of, you know, being swallowed in by the earth sinking into the earth, but also it gives the meaning of humiliation that just imagined swallowed by the earth, we call the earth to swallow him

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when we drowned, and who is that

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man

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and

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then

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unjust towards them for having punished them for a crime that they never committed now, when they can cancel and for seven years removed, but it was there who wronged themselves

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they brought this end on themselves.

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So, if you look at it, in this ayah, the various punishments that were sent upon the people of the past, they are being mentioned.

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And it's being summarized over here

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and in particular, for punishments are mentioned. And what are the

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essential

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punishments.

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Such punishments are such calamities, such disasters, if the strike of people it does strike a person even escape them at all.

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If something comes from above a shower of stones house

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How can you impossible

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blast even if you try to plug your ears, it doesn't help

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somebody

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drowning in the waters

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it's impossible. So where can a person How can he can escape the grasp of he can outrun he can outsmart the planet? It's impossible.

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This is why we are taught this to our that alone

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will

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protect me, guide me from what is in front of me and also behind me

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on the road and from my left in front of me.

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And I seek refuge in purpose from being struck down from beneath me.

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Listen to the recitation

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gonna

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move CD

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was a shame

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