Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 22 – L225G

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Al-Ahzab 59-73 Tafsir 70-73


AI: Summary © The speakers stress the importance of being clear and accurate in speech, avoiding exaggerating and mistakes, and trusting oneself. They also discuss the benefits of speaking straight and truthful in business settings, emphasizing the importance of fulfilling obligations and trusting oneself. The speakers stress the importance of shaping one's behavior for the better, avoiding false accusations, and finding one's own success. They also emphasize the need to be clear and accurate in communication and address one's weaknesses and reward. The conversation then shifts to the importance of shaping one's appearance for the better, avoiding false accusations, and finding one's own success.
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Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem

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yeah you Han Latina. amanu all you who have believed it Dr. Maha fear Allah wa qu Colin Sadie the fear of law and speak words of appropriate justice, speak words that are studied.

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Or believers, it's the fear of Allah. And because of this fear of Allah, what should you say? Colin said either words that are correct. words that are appropriate words that are just that are proper studied is from the roof letters, seen that that said, what does that mean?

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We learned in the story of little codename, what is it a barrier, a wall? Something that obstructs

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that does not let you go through.

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And remember that sad is a kind of wall that has no holes, no gaps, nothing in it. So you can't penetrate through it.

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And set or studied is used for a statement that is free of ambiguous and unclear words. What does it mean by that? There are no holes, no loopholes, no gaps. no ambiguity, but rather it is clear. It is understandable. It is to the point it is straight.

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That's the the second

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that's the scene that that's the The second is to straighten the arrows. Why? So that when you throw them when you shoot them, they hit the mark, they hit the target.

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You understand? They go straight to the point.

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If your arrow is crooked, if it's not straight, is it going to hit the mark? It won't hit the mark, it has to be completely straight. So that's the The second is to straighten the arrows. Why? When you shoot them, they hit the bull's eye. They don't go here there rather than hit the mark. They hit the target.

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So on and so this is also such a statement that is straight in itself. And when it is spoken.

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It is understood. There's no ambiguity. There's no unclarity, there's no confusion. It's understood.

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It's a call to Lahu Southern mineral county that I said to him straight, clear, correct proper words. Meaning I said to him very clearly.

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So go No, Colin said EDA. Studied words are first of all those that are clear

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words that are free from any lies.

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Because when a person mixes his statements with lies and what happens does it become straight, proper? No. So free from any lies, free from any exaggeration. They do not contradict reality, but rather they are in accordance with reality.

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They're not watered down.

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They are as they should be.

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Straight, simple, straightforward. kulu Colin sadita.

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So all believers, Fear Allah, and speak in a straightforward manner. With no crookedness with no distortion, rather set speech that is correct. That is free of any suppositions free of any speculations. It is straight. It is true. It is accurate. Bulu Colin said either.

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Because words that are true, and words that are straight to the point clear.

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What will they lead to?

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A good consequence, isn't it?

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And if a person is always talking in unclear words, in ambiguous words, he's mixing his statements with lies, he is greatly exaggerating, or he is completely watering down his words, his statements, then, do you understand what they're saying? You don't you're like, Okay, just tell me what I'm supposed to do. They, for example, if a person wants to do something, and they say, Oh, you look so good today. And I'm so tired. My back is hurting, like, What do you want?

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Isn't it? So this what do you want is what Conan Conan said either just tell me, tell me right away what you want. So glucomannan sadita. And when you are clear in your words, you communicate better. When you are truthful in your words, then what happens? It leads to good outcome as well. It leads to a good consequences.

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And if you mix your statement with lies, is it going to lead to a good outcome? No.

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If you highly exaggerated

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What you're saying, exaggerate beyond truth? Is it going to have a good end? No. is the other person going to trust you again is never going to trust you. Is it going to believe in you again Never

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speech that is good speech that is studied, it leads to a good outcome. So Allah subhanaw taala says useless lack of our Malecon.

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He will then amend for you your deeds. When?

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When, when you speak right words, correct words, proper words, what's the consequence? Allah will reform your actions for you.

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He will improve your actions useless armonico.

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Many times what happens? We do something we don't end up doing it right. And as a result, we suffer?

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What do we need? Where does it start from speaking straight proper words, as a result, your actions will also be right, useless armonico

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Allah will amend for you your deeds way off in the community back home. Another benefit He will forgive for you your sense, do benefits of Golden City is lack of actions, reformation of actions and every person is always trying to improve, isn't it? So whether it is in his relationships? Like for example, you don't have a good relationship with someone you want to improve it? How should you start coding so

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to speak the truth? Because if you say even one statement of falsehood, the other person is not going to trust you again. If you say one harsh word, are they going to respect you? They're not going to respect you.

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So good relationships, what do they begin from? good words.

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Use left back of our mind

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and good relationships? Where did it begin from? Good communication as well?

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Isn't it many times when people are working together?

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What are the hurdles that they face?

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What are the hurdles that they face? This person didn't do their job? They didn't tell me clearly. They didn't send me the email on time. They didn't give me the instructions properly. And what happens? The work is not done. Is there is lack of actions No. Can you get your work done properly? No. If you don't give the instructions properly on time the work will not get done. So to look at that, and as a result, use medical or medical, all your details are fixed. We often look over the Rubicon and if you do end up making some mistakes, because you were honest, Allah will forgive you your since your fellow comes in over

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one minute or less Ilaha or pseudo. And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger for the faza fosun of Lima, then in fact, he has achieved a great achievement.

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whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, he has succeeded greatly. So this ayah tells us the benefits of Odin study, then that good speech, good outcome. And on the other hand, bad speech, bad outcome,

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truthful speech, good outcome, false speech, bad outcome.

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So use the heckum aeromedical way off in local de novo and speech that is based on lies that is based on hypocrisy that is based on deception. That is based on exaggeration. What does it result in? nothing but good.

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People don't trust such a person. They don't rely on him. They don't believe him.

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So when a person is not truthful in his speech, it doesn't bring any benefit. And when a person is truthful, that is what brings benefit.

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And at the end of the day, what is mentioned when my youth are not what a solo pocket faza fosun or Lima, whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, then he is successful. What do we think that if a person for instance, in his business, if he speaks the truth, he's never going to be successful, isn't it? That's what people say, you can't be truthful in this industry. You can't be truthful in this business. You have to lie. You have to exaggerate. You have to make false promises. You have to deceive. Otherwise, you can never make any profit.

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Allah subhanaw taala tells us the exact opposite. When you are truthful, then your armel will be successful. And if you make any mistakes, Allah will forgive you. When you obey Allah and His Messenger, then you are successful. And if you disobey Allah and His Messenger, are you successful, then you're not successful.

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Similarly, people think that if they lie to others, then other people will be happy with them. They praise them and praise that they don't deserve. People will be very happy.

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They will be happy, okay. They'll be happy for some time. But will they really trust what you're saying? They know that what they're wearing is not that beautiful, but you keep praising it.

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Are they going to believe in you are not going to believe in you.

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So it's law of karma, any kind of armor whether it is business or it is worship, or it is relationships, it begins with coincided.

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And it leads to fosun olema.

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Interaction nominal data. Indeed we offer the Amana we offer the trust upon who are the semi Well, it will only upon the skies and the earth. Well, you bet. And also the mountains. By the way, smls

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What is this?

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Is it the sky? Or is it the heavens? Jenna?

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What is it?

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never get confused because some people they get confused because of the translation happens in English heavens as you know, what is high above what is lofty? Okay. So don't think that this smls means Jeanette? No, you have several smls, seven skies, the blue sky that you see above you, that's one level above that are many other levels. Okay. And this is the semi wet and Jeanette are completely different.

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Okay, there's seven skies. And how many gymnasts are there? How many levels of Paradise are there?

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As many as the verses of the Quran

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there aren't eight Jeanette only. There are many, many genette because I shall deny her she said that there are as many levels of Paradise as there are the verses of the Quran because I had these tiles is that on the day of gentlemen, the person who was to read the Quran, you'll be told, read and ascend. And his final level is where he stops reading. So with each eye, he's going to ascend one level higher. You understand? So somehow with our different, okay.

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So, in a monitor on smls, we offer the trust to the heavens meaning to the skies, when all the end the earth will do bad and the mountains. If you look at the sky, is it huge?

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It's huge. It's massive. You look at the earth isn't huge, huge. If you look at the mountains, or the huge, huge, big. If you look at the size of these creations, they're enormous.

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If you look at the strength of these creations as well, they're extremely strong.

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If you consider what is within them, they're extremely strong.

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Like mountains, what is it solid rock? Full of Earth, isn't it? Similarly, the earth below us? What is it full of love of so many fumes? Right? So many minerals, and the sky above us? What is it full of so many different stars and galaxies.

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But look at the massiveness of this creation look at the enormity of this creation. But what is their response? alasa panels are offered the Amana to them for about a minute, but they refuse to bear it. They declined the offer they said no. We cannot carry this. We cannot bears why she *in I mean her. And they were fearful of it.

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Imagine the sky so huge, the Earth's are huge. The mountains are huge. They're afraid of what?

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What are they afraid of mean? How What does he refer to Amana? Now the question is what is this amount of them? That the sky's the Earth The mountains are terrified. They refuse to bear it.

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They refuse to bear they refuse to take it upon themselves. So what is a minor? A minor is from the roof that resembles me known and ominous also from the same root. What does that mean? Peace. So Amana is that thing,

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which is kept secure.

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It's given to you.

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It's kept with you for some time, but how do you keep it

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in common? Isn't it you keep it secure. You keep it safe from all dangerous from all threats. You make sure that it is taken care of it is not harmed in any way whatsoever.

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And Amana is something that has to be returned,

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isn't it?

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It has to be returned. It has to be handed over it has to be given back, meaning the Amana you have to fulfill it.

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So with regards to Amana, what are the two things that you're supposed to do first of all, guard it and secondly, return it or fulfill it? Because remember, one of the meanings of Amana is also a trust meaning responsibility. Okay, so what you're deposited with you are responsible to take care of it and you are responsible to return it. Okay? Similarly a responsibility that you have been given. It's not just given to

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Your name goes up at a particular place it's so that you have to do some work, okay. So, this is the linguistic meaning of the word Amana. It involves two things, what? guarding it and fulfilling it or returning it. Now, I am Anna. Definitely over here. What does it refer to? It refers to the guy leave for Sharia religious obligations, because all the religious obligations What are they and among us in what way that we are responsible,

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responsible to observe them. We are responsible to fulfill them and we are responsible to guard them as well. Meaning guard our good deeds guard the deeds that we perform. Be careful about that we cannot be negligent towards Allah. No, we have to guard the timings of Salah have Ulu Allah salotti is an utter. So, this Amana it refers to the Khalifa Sharia religious obligations. So it includes the obligation for instance, prayer, fasting bajada from Hajj all the way to the heart of every single obligation that Allah has imposed on people from bosina in Santa bydd. To poodle in St. Hasina. Every single command that Allah has given every single religious obligation obeying a lot

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obeying the messenger, all of this is included in what in an Amanda

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and there are such matters which when a person observes, when he guards them property, when he observes in property, what does he receive? What does he receive reward, isn't it? Like for example, if a person observes a solar property, he is very careful about the solar is he going to get reward? Yes, he is.

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And if a person neglect them, then what will he get seen? And what will that result in? punishment?

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So I'm Anna religious obligations, which when a person observes he gets reward, and when a person neglects, he gets sin, He becomes worthy of punishment.

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Now this Amana, Allah says that, we presented it we offered it to the skies, the earth and the mountains, that would you like to take the responsibility of religious obligations, that you observe certain commands, you stay away from prohibitions? If you obey, you'll get reward, but if you disobey, then there's severe punishment.

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You understand? It was offered to the skies, the earth and the mountains even or basil that aren't who said that Amana means and follow it

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obligatory duties. Allah offer them to the heavens and the earth and the mountains Underground's that if they fulfilled them, he would reward them. And if they failed, he would punish them.

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But what happened? What was the reaction of the heavens in the earth in the mountains? For abena? They refused avena Hamza Yeah, other about what stackable remember, what does that mean to decline to turn down an offer that turn that offer down, they refuse to accept they declined? They said no. For being a millionaire, they were given the choice would you like to take this responsibility? And they said, No, we cannot bear this responsibility was *in I mean her. And they were afraid of it. Why are they afraid of it? Because yes, the reward is great. However,

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the punishment is also great.

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Holly Dena Fie. Her in Hellfire is not something small.

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It is not something small being in Hellfire, eternally some malaria movie hawala, yahia

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punishment that is so severe, it's not something small. So what a shock in America, they were terrified of it. They said Yes, sir award is very good. However, the punishment is severe. And this is something that is not within our capacity, we cannot do it.

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Look at the massiveness of these creations. And look at how afraid they were of this Amana. But Allah says, wilhemina hell insan and the human being, he took it upon himself, who does an insane refer to Adam renessa. When he was offered it, he accepted it. Why? What is it that made him accepted?

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Hope for reward, hope for reward. Well, how am I insane?

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And yes, the human being has weaknesses. He has shortcomings. However, what does Allah subhanaw taala say with regards to human being called holopainen insanity?

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Asante the queen,

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that human beings are the best of creations

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in Alina, Eleanor miticide. They have like a home, Hyrule, Berea they are the best of the creation. So how am I insane? He took it upon himself. Why looking forward to the reward hoping for the reward?

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In who indeed he can he is ever lumen and just Jolla ignorant? What does it mean by this initial kind of lumen Jolla, he was very unjust and ignorant and taking this responsibility. No, this is not what this means. So don't misunderstand it. In no kind of alumina hula, what this means is that the person who does not fulfill the obligation, who does not fulfill the trust, he is for loom and he is jehol.

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And a person who does fulfill the trust, then who is he?

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Who is he? Hail Mary? Yeah, the best of the creation,

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the best of all, even better than the angels, isn't it? So, which is why the reward is immense, it's so great.

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But the person who does not fulfill the trust, Allah describes him as loom loom is who one who is very, very unjust, extremely unfair. And remember that there are three types of linen that a person could come in, one is ruled against Allah, what is that when a person does not give the heck of a lot to him, and the greatest injustice is ship.

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The second type of loan could be against the creation of Allah, whether it is human beings or it is animals, when a person is unjust, unfair towards them, when he oppresses them. This is what will

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and the third type of loan is which a person commits against himself. And how is that when he disobeys Allah? will not be any Lenin to enough see

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what I've been at lambda and Susannah, isn't it so? So what does it mean by as low against oneself when a person disobeys a law, when a person does not fulfill the trust, he goes against it, he neglects it. So norm is who one who is extremely unjust to himself.

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He has this Amana, he doesn't fulfill it. He has this responsibility, he neglects it.

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And instead of giving the haka Allah, He is unjust. He does not give the health of a lot to him, instead of giving the half of the creation of Allah, He is unfair in the whole Canales lumen, the person who does not fulfill the obligations that Allah is imposed on him, What is his description?

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What is the show to us that a person who does not follow the commands that Allah has given him? Who is he?

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What is his definition of a loon?

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And he is also jehol extremely ignorant gentlemen, remember this is not Jahan? What is it? jehol. Very, very ignorant. And Johanna is the opposite of Emma's knowledge. And Johanna is of several types as well. One is to not know completely ignorant and the other is to have incorrect knowledge. And the other is to be as though you don't know where as you know.

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And when is that when a person does not

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observe what he knows? When he does not act on the knowledge that he has? That person is altered?

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Isn't it?

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any evidence for that?

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When a person acts on their own that he has done he is on him? And when a person does not act on their own that he has done he has Jehan any evidence that when the Bani Israel, when they asked masala Sana that ager Alana illa hancom, Allahu Allah, what did he say in the conclusion that

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you know that Allah is the one who saved you? You have that? Still, you're asking for idols?

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You understand? You're not acting on the knowledge that you have. It wasn't that they didn't know about who Allah was.

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Correct. They knew about the fact that allows them and who saved them but still they were asking for idols. They saw that our own was destroyed because of shake, when what are they asking for? Shake. So in Nakhon Coleman, alone, so who is

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someone who doesn't know at all someone was wrong knowledge and thirdly, someone who does not act on the knowledge that he has.

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So a person who does not fulfill their responsibility fulfill the Amana? A person who does not follow the commands that Allah has given him? Who is he Jehovah

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And he is so ignorant that he does not know about the purpose of his life, about the greatest responsibility that is upon him Jiahui completely ignorant in the whole kind of alumina hula

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linearizable love with my nephew Athena will moon Africa.

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It is so that Allah May punish the hypocrite men and the hypocrite women. What does it mean by this Leo?

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This lamb is of consequence that when the human beings when they have taken this Amana upon themselves, and when they don't fulfill it, as a result, what's going to happen a lot with financial Alberta 15 wellmune. Africa? Well, mushrikeen Well, mostly guys, if you notice whenever Peter mentioned, Allah will punish them. Who is

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someone who says he believes but he doesn't actually believe? He claims a lot, but he does not submit?

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He claims a lot but he does not submit because he man is about what submission as well. So you are live alone when Africana when moneta caught, when was she kena when was she got and the mistake men and women, those who do not fulfill the trust and on the other hand, were to have Allah who are in Medina when what Mina, Allah will turn in mercy upon who the believing men and believing women who are they? Those are fulfill the Amana.

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Those who fulfill it who obey Allah obey the messenger. Such people Allah will turn and mercy upon them. Meaning Allah will shower them with his blessings will can along with the food on rahima and Allah He is ever forgiving, and he's also merciful. What kind of love Hold on for him.

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If you notice at the beginning of the sutra, what did we learn

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that oh Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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It took a

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while to tell Catalina? Well, Mona Filipina don't obey the disbelievers and the hypocrites.

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The surah begins with don't obey them. And this sort of ends with Allah will punish them.

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Why? Because Allah subhanaw taala has given men a responsibility. And Amana and Allah is also tested him,

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tested the human being through various situations, situations that are easy circumstances that are difficult circumstances in which it's easy for him to obey circumstances in which it is difficult for him to obey. So the human being is tested. Allah subhanaw taala has given him the amount I've given him the responsibility. And Allah subhanaw taala tests the person, what does he do? Does he obey? Does he disobey? Does he fulfill the trust? Does he forsake the trust?

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And in this test of life, or in these tests, what happens? The hypocrites they feel

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the machine they feel the caffeine they feel.

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This is why Allah says Leo adebola luminesce Tina, while moon Africa one mushy kina while mushfiqur So at the beginning when a las panatela said don't obey them, why did he say that? Because these people have failed the test. These people do not fulfill the Amana, when they don't fulfill the Amana. They're not an example for you. Don't follow them. Don't listen to them. And if you follow them, what's going to happen, you're going to end up where they will end up. Allah will punish them, you don't want to have the same consequences as them.

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And on the other hand, there are the believers, who are the believers who fulfilled the trust

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and who are believers whose lives are free of shake, whose lives are full of obedience to Allah and His messenger. They live their lives according to the commands that Allah has given according to the instruction that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has given. They are the ones who fulfill the Amana

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and such people What does Allah say yet to Barney,

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he will turn in mercy upon them in this dunya in the

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in this dunya they will face difficulties but Allah will create ease for them in the hereafter. Allah has prepared greater work for them.

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But who is it a movement in one more minute the believing men and the believing women? And who are the believers over here those who fulfill the Amana? So what does it mean by fulfilling the trust? If you think about it, every single obligation is an Amana on us, isn't it? Every single obligation is a trust upon us. Like for example, the amount of let's say if Sarah, so what is the amount of Salah that a person prays five times a day and when he prays, he prays properly? So do this proper lucre is proper before that tahara is perfect.

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He will do his proper he's also facing the Qibla. And if a person neglects in even one thing, then what does that show?

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He is not fulfilling the trust. He is not obeying Allah and His messenger.

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And there are signs of

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that a person says he will do it, but he's not doing it. Two Faced in front of people very careful behind them completely negligent.

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So, it is only the believers who fulfill the trust, who obey Allah and His messenger. And then when I feel pain, the caffeine the machine, do they obey? They do not obey, which is why their end is also the same.

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To listen to the recitation then we'll do the conclusion of this.

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Mona una

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what is the main thing that is mentioned in this sort of after which it is named?

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The Battle of Amazon

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and the Battle of Amazon when was it in the fifth year, after hedger?

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And what happened before the Battle of

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many, many battles had taken place. But this was one of the greatest battles in the sense that all of the opponents what had they done, they had collectively joined together, and they had come to attack the Muslims.

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This was a great test for the Muslims,

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a time of great difficulty,

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a time of great Banat.

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But when they stayed firm, they obeyed Allah and the messenger. What happened? Allah subhanaw taala granted them success.

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And after that point, the circumstances completely changed for them.

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In the next year, the Treaty of her day BIA was signed, there was peace, there weren't any more battles with the machine with any of the tribes of Arabia. And in fact, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam got a chance to spread Islam to various parts of Arabia and also beyond. He got a chance to invite many people to Islam, which was not possible before.

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So what do we see over here? That the Battle of ourselves was a very crucial turning point. But it was also a very, very difficult point, and extremely difficult point. The time before that was also difficult. But the Battle of ours are extremely difficult.

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But when the believers stood firm, what happened? Things changed for them.

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Ease came their way, isn't it? their practice of religion became easier. And in this is a great example for us like a Lost Planet. Allah tells us that Lakota Canada configural su de la he will sweat and Hasina

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that when a person starts to obey Allah soprano tada obey the messenger, because this is what this surah repeatedly tells us to do.

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obedience to Allah obedience of the messenger as mentioned so many many times in the surah in various ways, when a person begins to do that, he faces opposition he faces difficulty these challenges could be from within and these challenges could also be from without

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and what happens sometimes they keep increasing, but as they keep increasing, what happens is is also not too far away.

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Just as when the darkness

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Comes initially it is dark, the darkness intensifies. And then it begins to reduce.

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And this battle of Azov comes in almost every believer his life, when he has to face difficulties from everywhere

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from himself when his own body's not cooperating, when his own neffs is difficult to control from his own family, from the circumstances that he's in, but that is the time when Allah subhanaw taala tests the believer that what does he do? Does he stay firm does he give up and if the believer stays firm at that point, then he will get faza, frozen or Lima in the future.

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So in this is a great lesson for us.

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Then we also see that in this surah, many, many commands have been given, many commands have been given, which are with regards to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his life in particular, his family, his household, and in that his instruction for us as well. Similarly, the commander of hijab has also been given. And these commands are outward, meaning they're physical, they're tangible, isn't it? And when a person submits outwardly,

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before Allah subhanaw, taala, especially in these matters, then that shows his truthfulness.

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It shows his commitment, it shows the truthfulness of his email.

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Because it's very easy to say, Yes, I pray, yes, I love a lion is messenger. But if you really love a lion is messenger, what do you do on the outside? Do you object? Do you accept? Do you reject? What do you do?

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Like for instance, in the surah, the marriages of the prophets on a lot of them are also mentioned. And if a person truly loves the Messenger of Allah, then will you have any objection towards them? No, no objection whatsoever.

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Similarly, in this surah, we see that the etiquettes of social living are also mentioned. Right? When you visit other people, when you go to other people's houses, even that, for a person is difficult to observe, unless and until a man is truly entered his heart. Because when will he leave for either interim, financial? And when will you go to somebody else only invited when he has fear of Allah.

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And in the surah, we see that the hypocrites are also mentioned. Because when a person does not submit to Allah, with regards to these commands, then what does that expose his weakness, his nupoc. And there's severe warning in the suit against the hypocrites, if you don't stop. If you don't fix your model, then there are serious consequences, you will be deprived of good

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and prophet of Allah will be given command to take action against you.

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So there's severe warning in the suit against hypocrisy against Morocco. And there's also great warning for the believers. Because Yeah, you and Edina Amano has been mentioned so many, many times in the solar, reminding us that if you're truly believers, then you better do this.

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And if you notice, the style of the sauna is extremely powerful.

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Look at the way that this sort of begins. Yeah, you want to be it tequila, or prophet of Allah, have fear of Allah. So imagine the prophets or the Lotus and is being addressed in this way. And the believers also are being addressed in a very powerful manner, that you have to become serious. And this is, especially when a person is going through great trials, he has to stay firm. Because if he does not stay firm at that point, then he's going to go down here, then he will not be able to do anything at all.

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Do you notice the number 23.

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That means millenary Jalan sada Kumara de la hora de familia, Holman, O'Donoghue women who may until it was a bit diluted with the law, that every person when it comes to learn about the Quran, about Islam, he makes promises, I'm going to do this, I'm going to do that. When he learns about the commands of Allah, he makes a lot of intentions results. I'm going to do this. But it is the tests it is a time of difficulties that truly show if a person was honest, he was truthful in his promises or not. That after believers are those who were truthful to what they promised Allah. Some of them they fulfill their promises. Others are still waiting, but they haven't changed even a little bit.

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They haven't altered even a little bit. Because sometimes what happens when we face difficulties, we lose our confidence. When we face challenges, we think we cannot do it anymore. We change our mind

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when the Battle of Azar begins in your life than that

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is the time when you're being tested? What do you do? You made so many promises you made so many commitments? What are you going to do? Just yesterday, one of the sisters approached me and she said, I want to start doing a club. However, I fear that I might take it off, because I've seen many people who start but they take it off.

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You know what the reason is? Because when they're going through the Battle of Azov in their lives, they don't remain firm. That's a simple reason. How do you stay firm? When you remind yourself,

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of what of what Allah subhanaw taala has said in the Quran, that obey Allah obey the messenger. And the moment you distance from the Quran, the moment you drift away from God on the ad won't impact you anymore. You won't even remember what you said. You won't even remember with what promise and with what zeal with what enthusiasm you started doing what you were doing, you'll forget about everything. When you distance away from the Quran.

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Because this caught on reminds you that you have an Amana

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at the end of this, or what have we been told Amanda, and you have to fulfill it. And this Amanda does not come to an end until a person dies. Right?

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Share your affection.

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Salam Alaikum.

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I was actually thinking about bolo, colons and EDA, and how the truth basically sets you free. And one advice that I would like to tell all the girls who aren't married, that when proposals come to you, you need to be very truthful about what you will do in the future. You know, don't try to hide the fact that you're a student, don't try to hide the fact that you will be working for the dean actually make it known, because other persons should know that. Okay, 93, she's busy. When she comes home, then she's going to cook then she's going to give me food, do you understand? Otherwise, what's going to happen is, as soon as you get married, what you're leaving five days a week, you

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didn't tell me this, you understand. So if you tell them from beforehand, I am studying here, I do want to finish I do want to keep studying, or afterwards, maybe I want to do something there as well, they should know. Otherwise, they just think of licchavi girl Mashallah prays all the time, this is what I want, but they don't know exactly that you want to work for the dean, what's going to help us let go,

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Okay, so inshallah, make sure that you make this known and you make it clear, and you'll see what's happened mentality they have, maybe they'll accept you, and they will make your work easier for you. Right?

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Currently leads to Islam have the actions. And if you're not truthful, if you're not clear, if you're not straightforward at the beginning, then it's going to lead to arguments later on, it's going to lead to difficulties, it's going to lead to a lot of problems in the future. So you have to be straightforward right at the beginning.

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Just in terms of governance, at the mercy of Amazon, Islam, had the miracle of magic, because at that time, the people practice magic. So his miracle surpassed all of that. And property Sol Islam had the miracle of medicine, because his people practice medicine, and his miracle surpassed all of that. But we have that miracle of the Quran, which is really communication. It's such effective, precise, clear communication. And we see that communication then really is a bigger thing than even medicine or anything else. If you're able to communicate, you can able to do anything else. But if you're not able to communicate, then everything becomes difficult.

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So, the word of the last panel is auto studied, isn't it? If you look at this surah. So clearly, a lot of data says, obey Allah and the messenger, Fear Allah. If you're believers, then you do this. So called an sadita.

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Ever since I started wearing it, it does actually help you in any other outward aspect. As for like, when you actually wear it, you are recognized as a Muslim. And only Muslims do cover themselves in such a way. So if you are representing Islam when you step out, so you're not just gonna do anything or talk or say anything, you're more conscious of what you say, you're more conscious of the things you do, and it makes you more firm. It's a reminder as to every other thing you should have within your HIA. And also I wanted to share I have from before on and it says, it may be that you detest something which is good for you. And it may be you love something even though it is bad for you, and

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Allah knows and you do not know. And this is from Alibaba 216. The lesson from this is that pain doesn't feel good when it happens. But Allah knows that it may be the best thing for us at the moment. And sometimes we may be praying so hard for stuff and Allah knows how bad it is for us, Allah knows, and we do not suggest in Allah. The fact is, is that we are going to face difficulties, but we can't handle ourselves as a Muslim. No matter whether we were in the pub or not, we're going to face difficulties. So it's better that we just do what we want instead of trying to please others or compromising our game, and only until we believe with conviction that this is obligatory on us

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only until

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We believe that then only we can carry on with it.

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And I was reading some more a hadith on the topic of niqab just to clarify my understanding, I came across the hadith of our children that may Allah have mercy on the women who and the ayat were revealed, they took parts of their garments, and they adore them in order to cover themselves properly. And the next day when they went, they had themselves covered. And I was thinking about, you know, as I left the classroom, I saw some of the girls trying going, Okay, how do I work this way or that way? And believe me, from my heart, it was so many doors for them. That may or may really have mercy on all of you, every single one of you. And may Allah make it easy. May Allah give

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you the confidence, May Allah give you sebat, May Allah give you the ability to continue, because it's easy to start. But it's difficult to continue.

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And it's difficult to end with this lead as well. So just whenever you have doubts, whenever you have that fear, just remember that I that I quoted from sort of that from in homeland kada, a woman who men enter with whenever they do have the law, they did not change, even if

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they didn't alter their commitment even slightly.

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So once you started, once you've made up your mind for either assumpta fatawa calima. This is why tawakkol has mentioned so many, many times in the soul, have trust a number, you can't do it on your own Anyway, you need to help.

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You know when more people are doing it, it's more easier. And when less people are doing it, it's difficult, and most servicon that those who are the first ones to do something, it's quite possible your family, no one does it in your community, it's very, very rare. So don't think that just because you're the only one, you shouldn't be doing it. If you understand that you should do it, then do it. Because remember the reward for a cervical, the ones who are foreigners ahead of everybody else.

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Remember, recently, we learned that whenever Allah commands something for us, it's usually for our own benefit. And whenever we're given a choice, it usually has a bad aspect and a good aspect to it. So this is a command and remember that it truly is good for you. And although you might make some changes or changes are only going to be for your own benefit. And for the benefit for around your people, for your loved ones, you always feel good in your heart, you're purify your own action as well. When you think of the niqab, your license, you're mentioning, it's not just about the auto garment, it's about your inner self, and things around your environment. And everything around you

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is just not about a cloth that's on your face. It's about how you talk, how you walk, how you greet people, all these other things that we're learning, even when you add them all up, they all fit in and above the increase that is, and this is a very true thing that when you read the complete hijab, that you become very prominent in the eyes of people, isn't it? people notice you immediately You're the one who's standing out, you're the one who's different. And because of that it motivates you that you have to be good in everything else as well, isn't it? Like I remember when I went to school before, studying nikoloz an okay student average student didn't really pay much attention to you

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know, average student basically. And after I studied the Quran and went to school with my nakaba, I thought, there's no way I can slack off. No way, because people are looking at me, not just as damia. But they're looking at me as someone who has no color.

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And it made me so careful about everything that I used to do. From my assignments to my studies, every single thing I became extremely careful because it wasn't just a matter of myself, it was a matter of what image Am I portraying of someone who has studied the Quran of someone who wears the hijab,

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and, and Hamdulillah, because of that, I benefited so much that I feel that my life was completely different before and completely different afterwards, completely different. So it really gave me the push to do better. And I could do better before but I just didn't try hard enough. But afterwards with that hijab on, there's no way you can slack off.

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it was like heavy, I was thinking, everybody watching me, everybody's looking at me. But then when I keep reading about it and hearing lecture about it. And then I say you know these people are the ones creating if they look so what

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does all what was going on in my head people is looking at me, but actually, like they're not looking at nice just does what I was thinking when you put me above when you think that it's normal, just say has to be alone.

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And especially where we live when people were whenever they want anything that they want. You can find everything out there in the world, isn't it from things that coordinate with one another and things that are not coordinated at all. dresses that don't make any sense to us hairstyles that don't make any sense. But still people do it. Whatever you like.

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You do it so in this day and age it's really not difficult

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last comment

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we see that the commendable Lost Planet Darla there for our own good nlrc that yeah you have been an AMA and we like to quote Okay, Medina Alamosa so he's addressing us as believers of so much love and just prefer that Allah says that in the Medina is going along with Lana Houma la so he wants to save us from.

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So we have to be careful that we don't do anything. Whether it's disregarding the commands of Allah disobeying them going against them. That would be a means of causing her to align as messenger and invite trouble to ourselves because of her Nicola whom will be humbucker Michelle de la ilaha illa and the stuff Erica will need to remake Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh