Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 21 – L209B

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Ar-Rum 20-32 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 20-21

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Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim that's number 209 Soto room number 2232.

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Woman i t and have His signs and Hanako comb that he has created you meant to Robin from dust

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so much either and by Sharon tanta shown, then suddenly, you all were human beings dispersing throughout the earth.

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This ayah and the following is they mentioned some of the signs of of loss a pregnant

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woman, a it woman at some of the signs of a loss of panel data are mentioned. And they're called His Signs why because they indicate His power, His might His mercy, his knowledge.

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And because of this reason, sort of room is also known as similar to

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why because in it many eyes are mentioned.

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And alasa panel data invites us to use our mind to use our intellect to reflect on ourselves in our surroundings and realize the power of a loss upon data.

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And the first sign that is mentioned is the creation of man himself that reflect on your own creation reflect on your origin.

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What are you made from? Where did you come from?

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Well, I mean is he and his ayah and I add is a Florida

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and remember that there are two types of if I add that are Coney, and I add that are sugary, what are the

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signs in the universe, such creation that proves the greatness of Allah soprano data

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that leads one to Allah subhanaw taala that reflect His perfection and that reflect is perfect ability and they also reflect His might and power.

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So what are these ayat What do they reflect? What did I just say? They reflect His perfection, secondly, his might and power and thirdly, his greatness.

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So, basically, these if what are they they are a means of recognizing a loss apparently

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they are such things through which a person recognizes who Allah is. Who is he? how great he is.

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In the previous is what did we learn for Super Han Allah He hated them soon and where he noticed beehoon while it will handle for some oh it will offer she hated too little. So these I had to prove how Allah soprano data is perfect.

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And the second type of is our shutter he is meaning the FM the commands that are Lost Planet Allah has given and what are they approve of? What are their evidence of his wisdom and his knowledge?

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So women iottie obvious signs and hello Hong Kong that he created you meaning you are human beings, he created your origin from what mental Robin from just meeting Adam, are you selling your father your origin Where was he made from? What was he made from? From dust? And remember that Rob is used for dry soil, dry Earth. So dust

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so much then and what is so mean? That after some time, after some time what happened either suddenly until all of you by Sharon are men tanta, Sharon, you all have spread all over

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by Sharon from the roof that was the she RA and Bashar is used for human beings. And there's another word from the same root which is

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ambush law. And what does that mean? Good news. And remember that this word is derived from the word Bashara with at our booth at the end and that is used for the human skin.

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And if you look at it the human skin it is unique. It is different from the skins of other animals other creatures, because other creatures what is on their skin scales, for feathers, so on and so forth. But human skin is very different.

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And when a person is happy when a person receives some good news, where do you feel it on your skin? Is it you see the person smiling, but you don't see your horse smiling. Right? You can see a person his eyes widening up with excitement but you don't see that in animals.

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So when a person receives good news, you can automatically immediately see it on his skin. It's visible. His excitement he cannot hide it inside.

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So so many that are

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by Sharon, all of a sudden, you all were human beings. And so what is the word special show that human being is such a creature that is not just a composition of blood of bones or flesh, but rather he has feelings inside of him,

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because they're reflected on his skin.

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So a human being is

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someone who's not just a composition of physical material, physical matter, but there's also a spirit within him a soul within him.

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He has feelings, he has intellect, he has this freedom of choice, he has desires.

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And his skin is a reflection of what is inside of him, unlike other creatures.

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So all of a sudden, you all were human beings, then that you learn that you learn from the reflectors known sheen.

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And what does it mean, to spread to scatter.

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So then there's your own you all are spread where across the earth,

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if you think of it, initially, it was only Adam and his son, who Allah created from dust. And from Adam or Lisa, he created his bows, however, and then what happened, they multiplied, and you see human beings all over everywhere on the surface of the earth.

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And then the Sharon is also understood as that you all spread, meaning you all travel everywhere seeking livelihood.

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So over here, a loss of data tells us to think reflect on our origin,

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that reflect on your origin, Adam or his Salaam, he was made from what, from dust, if you examine dust, dust in itself, it does not have any intellect. It does not have any feelings, any reasoning, any perception, nothing. It's something that is dead, something that is void of life.

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But it's amazing that the same dust is what Allah subhanaw taala used to create the human being.

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But yet the human being is so different. He has an intellect, he has feelings, he has this choice, which does does not have.

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I'll say if you look at it, if you combine with dust, all the materials and elements that are found in the human body, that the human body is composed of, if you combine all of those materials with dust, will you end up with a human being not at all,

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even if you put the exact same proportions, but still you will not end up with a human being.

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Similarly, if you look at it, dust itself, it does not move, it does not it does not feel anything. But the human being who is made of dust, what do we see? That he talks, he has feelings, he walks about he runs.

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So this is a great sign that look at your origin, what were you?

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What are you made up from? And how different are you?

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Who made you like this, who put the soil in you, who created you like this, who put the roof in you, who gave you an intellect which does does not have a loss of data.

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So the existence of the human being, the very form of the human being the very composition of the human being itself is a miracle.

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Woman at an Hanukkah coming to LA that look at your origin, compare yourself with dust, so different, but Allah is the one who put you together, who extracted you from dust and look at you and look at us so different.

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And if you look at it, a las panatela created one human being Adam and s&m from what? From dust. And then from Adam, he created his wife, his spouse.

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And there were only two at the beginning and what happened

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from them. So many people have come about on this earth.

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That no matter what place you go to on the surface of the earth, what will you find?

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human beings, you will find human population wherever you go. People live on ice.

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People live in forests. They live in deserts. They live in meadows. They live in every part of the earth, every type of soil.

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Some live in mountains, some live in caves, different different places. You will see human beings everywhere, then the shoe rune. And it's amazing that they're walking, talking moving. Isn't this a sign of a loss of predator? Isn't this a miracle?

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How is it possible that this could have happened by itself? It's impossible. This could not have happened by itself. There's someone who did it.

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Because once upon a time, human beings did not exist. Once upon a time there were only a few a number

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but either

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Until tanta, Sharon you all have spread everywhere and this cannot happen on its own. Allah soprano Darla is the one who did this

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in sort of the NASA number one we learn yeah you have NASA Dr. Rob Bachman lady holla Hakan, mean Epson wahida. ohana come in has worked best I mean, who Marie JAL and Catherine, one is

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that all mankind fear your Lord who created you from one soul and created from it, it's made and dispersed from both of them many men and also many women all over the air.

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So all of this did not happen on its own rather who made it happen unless the premise.

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So if a person reflects on the origin of human beings,

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the types of human beings, the population of human beings, the composition of the human body, what will he realize the greatness of a Lost Planet,

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it will draw him closer to Allah,

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it will give him a better understanding of the might of Allah, of the power of Allah.

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And it's not just that a loss of personal data has created the human being and left him know.

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Allah created him. And he also fulfilled all of his needs.

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His needs such as that of spouses of company, his needs, such as that of being able to communicate with one another, being able to recognize people being able to rest at night, stay up during the day work.

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Out of these are what human needs and allows Pandora has also fulfill these needs, as we will see in the following iron.

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Woman iottie and obvious signs and Haleakala calm that he created for you, meaning he created for your sake,

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for your benefit, in order to fulfill your need. What did He create for you, men and fusi come from yourselves as virgin spouses

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that he created from yourselves spouses, what does it mean by this mean and forsaken?

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That your spouse's, your mates are of your kind, they're not have another species, another type of creation.

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It's not that if a human being wishes to reproduce, then he has to go to another creation, no.

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Men and fusi come from yourselves.

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And also, if you look at it, the wife of Adam or listener, she was created from who? From the center? It wasn't a law created, add them separately integrated her West separately. No, Allah created Adam and from him he made his wife why. So that there is this element of attachment of closeness of bonding, that we are off one another.

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But unfortunately, what do people think

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that men and women what are the rivals? What are they they're not ones who compliment one another, but they are as though enemies to one another, which is why there's always a sense of competition. There's always a sense of we are better, we are not inferior.

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This is a result of arrogance. If you look at it, this is a huge blessing of Allah that Haleakala come in and forsaken US Virgin.

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And this is the reason why there is love there is bonding there is attachment between the man and wife and Haleakala come in and fusi come as Virgin and as well as the plural of zote. And as you know the word xojo applies to both husband and wife. Over here, however, it refers to wives in particular

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Lita schooner Li so that you will find tranquility in her

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latest kuno desconto from the Riveters scene, gaff noon. And what does sukoon mean? To become calm? To become still to find peace? To find tranquility? And let us go no lamb over here is of Darlene of a law of God, meaning Why did he create your spouse from yourselves?

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Why is it that Allah created her work from Adam?

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And why is it that Allah has created the myths of human beings from their own kind,

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so that you all can find rest and comfort in her.

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And second, Ella is to take risks to get pleasure from something. Because if human beings had to mate with another creation, there would be no attraction. It would not be a means of sukoon Not at all.

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So the fact that the spouses are from the same species, they're human beings

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This is a means of inclination to one another. This is a means of attraction for one another, loving one another.

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It's a cause of love. Because differences, what are they they're a cause of aversion. But when both are similar, that is a cause of love and unity.

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Think about it naturally, which people even Are you inclined to those who are similar to you? Isn't it? Those who have the same taste as yours?

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And those people who think differently, will have a different taste, who like to talk about different things? Do you have any kind of attachment with them?

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No, it's not possible.

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So it's a huge blessing of Allah that Allah has created the made of human being from the human beings themselves.

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Lee does cuando la jolla.

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And not just that, what Jara la Vina come, and he has made between all of you, between who

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you refers to first of all, the husband and the wife,

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meaning the as much and secondly, it refers to being a co meaning all of you human beings,

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that he has placed between you the husband and wife in particular, and also the human beings in general. Not just the husband and wife but also human beings in general.

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Then what has he created between you, my wife? Or I met in love and mercy?

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What is my weather? And what is

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my what the from the roof letters? Well, then the wood

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and what my word is used for love.

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But primarily, this word means to wish good for someone.

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Do you want good for someone do want played for someone?

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This is what my what that is.

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And it's more than my hub. But what is my hub? But

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sometimes it is just selfish love. Like for instance, sometimes people see your baby, and they love that baby. So what do they do? They don't care if the baby's sleeping. Baby is nursing. The baby is resting. What do they do? That is go and pick the baby up. And they cuddle with him and they pull the cheeks and they kiss him and the baby is crying and the baby wishes to rest the baby wishes to sleep this kind of love is what selfish love

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that you're not concerned about the child. What are you concerned about? yourself? This is not love. Remember that?

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Because sometimes, you know relatives and also sometimes parents and sometimes the Friends of the parents, what do they do?

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They have no regard for the baby. They have no regard for the child. All that they're concerned about is themselves they want to enjoy. They want to hold the baby. They want to pull the cheeks of the baby. They want to change the diaper whether the diaper needs to be changed or not. And the baby is put to discomfort and who is getting happiness and pleasure the person himself This is not love. This is not true love. What is my word death mower there is that you want good for the other person

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that you prefer them over yourself. Yes, although you want to hold the baby, what do you do?

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You like the baby is resting, let him sleep. You understand? This is what my what that is

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to one good for the other person that you consider the others pleasure.

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You give preference to the pleasure of the other over your pleasure.

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Somewhat that is such love. That makes a person ready to sacrifice

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that makes a person ready to give up his own desire his own wish for the others desire for the others comfort.

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Typically, what do people think love is?

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Whatever my wish is the other person is going to fulfill that, isn't it? That's what people think. That's what many girls think enough. My husband really loves me, then he should fulfill every wish of mine.

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truly love is that you're concerned about fulfilling the other person's wish. You're not thinking Oh, he doesn't care for me. You should be thinking, What can I do for him?

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You understand? This is what nowadays, it has this element of sacrifice.

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So we're john avena kamada he has placed between the spouses, what love such love that they're willing to sacrifice for one another.

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They're willing to give up their comfort for one another.

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They're not just receivers, but they're givers as well.

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They're not just taking all the time but they're giving my word

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and not just Melinda, but also Emma and also

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Mercy. What is mercy?

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compassion, kindness.

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Now, some scholars, they have said that we're jaren avena como de noir Rama. Mata is in the hearts of women. And LACMA is with the men. How, like, for example, if you look at it women generally what are they doing? generally they're sacrificing

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that they are looking for what how they can bring happiness to their husbands, which is why many times you will see women early up in the morning, cooking, preparing the breakfast, preparing the lunch, where the husband is, you know, taking a nice long shower getting ready very comfortably. And he comes in eats and he goes away, and what is the wife doing?

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She's cooking, and I'm clearing up and I'm getting the children ready. And if she has to go somewhere, then she's going on.

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So this summer, whether it's in the heart of who the woman, and Rajma, this Mercy is in the heart of who the husband, how that he goes and works. And the money that he brings home good does he spend it on, on his wife and children,

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that he is the one who's driving her around? When they're traveling? He's the one who carries her luggage. whenever they're going somewhere. He is one who carries the child. So this is the mercy that Allah has put in the heart of the husband that he's carrying towards his wife.

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And if you look at it, for example, musasa when he was traveling with his wife, what did he say? You say here, I'll go and get some fire so that you can warm yourself. This is what

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so this is one opinion that my mother is with women, and Russia is in the hearts of their husbands. However, others say that no, Martha and Rama, both are found in women and both are also found in men.

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So adjara Lavina komaba data in Washington. And if it wasn't for this, then the man and wife the husband and wife would never be able to forgive one another. They would never be able to overlook their each other's faults. So this is a huge blessing of Allah soprano, that we're jerilyn Bina Kamata, Rama

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and this mawatha and Rama is not just within the husband and wife, but if you look at it with Jana baina, comb, who does binnacle refer to the second meaning between people in general

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that this love and mercy is not just found in a husband and wife, but sometimes you find this within parents and children.

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Sometimes you find this within siblings.

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Sometimes you find this within friends, relatives, distant relatives, co workers.

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So this feeling of love and mercy, who has put it in the hearts of people?

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Allah subhanaw taala.

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And this is what differentiates people from the rest of the creation. This is what makes human beings human.

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You understand that? That when they care for one another, for example, if you see a herd of cows in a field,

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do they have any more than Rama for one another?

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No, they don't. Perhaps the mother and child will have. But more than that, no, you won't find them about the environment. But if you see a group of people somewhere, what do you expect? That they should be courteous, they should be concerned about one another. But you don't expect that from cows. You don't expect that from birds. They do have some kind of love and mercy, but it's not at the level that human beings have.

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So what General avena Camilla Dutton

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enough evangelical, at least komiya tougher Quran indeed, in that there are surely signs for who for those people who reflect.

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So a person needs to reflect in order to learn about the various signs in this creation of Allah soprano.

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So if you see in this ayah what is primarily being mentioned

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that the human being he's not just a combination of play. But what is he? He's not just you know, a blob of clay, but what is he?

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He has feelings, he has emotions

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and for the satisfaction of those feelings and emotions, what has Allah subhanaw taala done, he has provided him with a partner,

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a partner in life

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and not just a partner, you know with which he reproduces, but rather a partner in which he finds sukoon.

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So what does it show to us over here? That what is the objective of marriage? What is the purpose of marriage? What is the purpose of man and woman coming together in a relationship of marriage?

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What's the main objective letus kulu la ha

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letus cuando la has sukoon that both find comfort and peace in one another.

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And both have love and mercy towards one another.

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Because if a man and woman are just coexisting

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and there is no relationship between the two, there is no understanding between the two. And both do not find comfort in one another. Rather, it's only a means of tension. It's only a means of worry. It's only a means of fear, then this kind of relationship is not fulfilling the purpose of marriage.

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What is the objective of marriage? Lita schooner, LA. Sakura is one of the main objectives. And this does not happen. Unless and until both the man and wife are compatible. You understand, both have to be compatible. When there is compatibility, then what's going to happen, it's going to lead to sukoon. It's going to lead to more weather. And

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this is why we see that the wife of Sabbath in case what happened to her. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam told her that she should return the garden that her husband had given to her at the time of marriage. And he told Sabbath to divorce her. Why? Because she complained to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that there is nothing wrong with Sabbath in terms of his religion.

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When it comes to his religion, he is very good. But there's just no relationship between the dualist there is no understanding between the two of us.

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So it's not that the man is evil, or the woman is evil. No, it's not that they're very wicked in terms of their religion. But if the relationship is not a means of sukoon, for both, then such a relationship is not going to last for very long.

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And such relationship does not fulfill the objective of marriage.

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Now, it doesn't mean that you know a person has to love their husband or love their wife. Because you see this level of love, it increases and decreases

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isn't it increases and decreases over time.

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Now, just because you don't have a lot of feelings at a given time doesn't mean that there is no support in this marriage, therefore put an end to this marriage? No, this is not what the meaning is. This level keeps increasing and decreasing. However, there must be some kind of understanding between the two, some kind of bonding between the two, some kind of Mahabharata and Ramayana. And both should be a means of sukoon for one another.

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You understand?

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Because sometimes people say how can you get married to someone you don't even know? Isn't it? That's what they say? How can you get married to them? You don't even know them? You've never been with them? You've never gone out with them. So how can you just get married to them all of a sudden.

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I remember once a scholar said that when a husband and wife when they get married people give them many gifts.

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But the gift that was apparent it gives him asthma, let them

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write that to people they have no idea about one another who they are very little. But when they get married, what happens there is know what that thing is.

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So it's not necessary that you have to know one other from before or the relationship has to be an extremely loving one. But one of the main objectives is that there should be some love some mercy, some affection some sukoon between the husband and wife.

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And one more thing that we must remember over here is that woman Aya T and Hannah gonna come in and forsaken US Virgin Lita, schooner la her

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that the wife should be a source of sukoon for her.

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For her husband, yes, the husband should also be a source of sukoon for the wife. But the wife should also be a source of support for her for her husband.

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And when does that happen? When she gives the hook of her husband, when she gives him his right,

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that when he comes, she doesn't greet him with an angry face. She doesn't greet him with a list of complaints. She doesn't greet him with anger and frustration and a list of chores to do.

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But rather, when he sees her, he ends up with a smile on his face. Why? Because she is a source of sukoon for him.

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And when as Ben and wife have this relationship, only then it can last for a long time. Only then it can be a source of schooling for one another.

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Many times we have a lot of expectations. My husband is not like this, my husband should be like this. But think about your obligations as well. Think about it yourself. How much sukoon do you bring to your husband? How much love do you show to him? How much mercy do you have for him because if we become givers, then only

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Can we become receivers? It's a give and take relationship. Both have to sacrifice both have to put in effort both have to strive. You cannot just be expecting that you should be receiving all the time.

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And we're Jarl avena commodity and Rama that Allah has placed between you love and mercy. Yes, this is about husband wife. But as I mentioned to you earlier, this is also about human beings in general.

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What is it show? That if you are working with someone, don't just have a relationship of no, yes, we work together. That's it. There's no element of sacrifice, there is no element of mercy and care for one another.

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Sometimes what happens when we're working, we think, Oh, this is not my duty. This is not my job. I'm just concerned about my work. Where's the element of mercy? What does mercy mean? What does that mean? That you take the extra step to help someone

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that as you're working with people, you're not working like strangers.

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You're not working like brick walls. But rather, when you come across someone, what happens? You smile at them, you greet them. You understand? This is why what do we learn from the Hadees that you cannot enter Jannah until you have even right until you love one another until you say salam to one of the options that Albania remember that had been.

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So loving one another is something that is essential,

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is something that is essential in a Muslim society.

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So when you come across a Muslim, especially when you come across another human being, don't pretend they don't exist. Don't be like that. Show your concern. Look at them, acknowledge their presence, say Salaam smile at them.

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Because sometimes we're just so occupied with our work. We're so concerned with it that we have no idea who's passing by us who's coming who's going. It's as if nobody exists around us. This is not how human beings should be ajala vena cava De La Hoya. If you love someone and they happen to pass by you do pretend as though they don't exist. You don't do that. Any person you love, the moment they passed by you, all of a sudden you look at them. You pay attention to them. And this is how we should be towards people in general. Because this is what makes humans human.

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To love between people is something that is essential.