Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 22 – L232D

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The speakers discuss the importance of fear and the recording of actions and their impact on people's lives and their communities. They stress the need to be aware of the negative impact of actions on others and the importance of being a regular student. The recording of actions is also discussed as evidence of actions and deeds, and the importance of being aware of the negative impact of actions on others. The speakers stress the need to be careful about actions and their impact on others, and emphasize the importance of being aware of the negative impact of actions on others.

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I was a bit of a genius when they came

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in indeed not but done zero you can only warn who money over the crowd The one who follows the reminder

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he will benefit from the warning will Harsha Romana behave and he fears the Most Merciful in the unseen for Bashir who be McFadden what he didn't carry, so, give him good news of forgiveness and also a noble reward you see, warning comes first and then comes

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good news is for who? The one who is doing right, who will do right the one who has accepted the warning.

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You understand why warning was only mentioned over there warning comes first. When a person takes advantage of the warning. He believes he follows then what does he deserve good news This is why for Bashir will be mafia rotten.

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informaton zero you can only warn Manitoba the crop the one who follows the message. What does the deacon refer to?

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What does it refer to the Quran? Because the Quran is called the Quran many many times in the Quran.

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Can you think of an ayah

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where the Quran is called a big

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international nacinda decorah we're in Allahu Allah Have you?

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Were in the hula dico laka what economica?

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So the Quran is called the many places in the Quran. Why is it called the

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What is it?

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That the Quran is a reminder, because many times we know what we're supposed to do, but what happens?

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We forget we open the Quran and we remember again.

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So the Quran is a reminder in this way, but in many other ways as well.

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And over here, what has been said that you can only warned the person who follows the record. What does it mean by it the bar of the Quran, following the Quran, it includes two things.

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First of all, it means that a person believes he affirms

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what the Quran says he accepts it does leave.

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And secondly, it includes armor

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that a person does what he has learned.

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And if what he has learned off means that he's supposed to not do something he stays away from it. So in Mattoon, zero, Manitoba, decorah, the one who follows the Quran, meaning he believes, and he also acts according to it, this person, he will benefit from the warning that you give him

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and also washi tape and he fears the Most Merciful, meaning he fears Allah, how does he fear him believe in the unseen.

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What type of fear is Russia?

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fear that is based on knowledge. And it's also because of the greatness of the one that you have fear.

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And hold on the other hand, can be any kind of fear

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that a person is afraid of even something very small. It's not that great, but he's afraid of it. So how can include cowardice, but hatia it does not include comedies. hatia is what? True fear, right? Fear, correct fear you should have this fear. It's good to have this fear. And if a person does not have this fear, then this is wrong.

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So we'll have to recommend a bit of AB fear, the Most Merciful in the unseen.

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What does it mean by having fear of Allah in the unseen

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because it means two things over here.

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First of all, that while Allah is invaded from him,

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meaning he has not seen Allah

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He has not seen a lot yet if you're

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watching it, typically, when do we fear people when they're right before us?

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And when they're not there, then what happens we do whatever we want to do, but if you have here of someone even when they're not there and you're doing what you're supposed to do, isn't that a good thing? Definitely. So what Harsha Romana believe he has not seen on law, but still he has fear of a law.

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Secondly, what it means that while he is in a vibe from from the rest of the people, meaning when he is alone,

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when he is alone, even then he has fear

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there is no one else was watching him.

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People are not

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Looking at him, but still he has fear of aloha shield.

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If you think about it, this kind of fear, what does it lead to?

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Especially the fear, Harsha. It leads to action. Because this fear is based on knowledge. It's based on the greatness of the one you fear.

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And you fear a lot whether somebody is there or not. You have not seen him, but still you fear him. So what does it lead to? action?

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When at all times,

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not just when you are with people but also when alone.

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So when can a person follow the Quran?

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When can you fulfill the first thing that is mentioned in the ayah? In the Mattoon to Manitoba? dekra? When can a person do that?

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When he has the fear of Allah.

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He can only follow the Quran when he has fear of Allah in the Mattoon, zero, Manitoba. dico will harsh light. And if you notice, a man has been mentioned, Allah Aziz has not been mentioned. Why do you think so?

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He does not take advantage of the fact that Oh, because allies are like, man, I can do whatever I want a less forgiving and merciful.

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Typically what happens when people are doing something wrong, especially when they're alone? What do they think?

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allies merciful.

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In front of people, they'll become very careful. I shouldn't do this. She's watching me. I shouldn't watch this. He is looking at what I'm watching on the television. And when a person is alone,

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yeah, I know I was watching but Ally's merciful.

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We say people are not merciful, Allah is merciful, therefore do whatever you want.

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But a man has been mentioned because this reflects the height of Russia, that this person has at

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the height of Russia, this person has have a lot higher of Allah, shyness of Allah, that how can I disobey Him when He is so merciful?

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And this is true fear.

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This is true fear of Allah.

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This also shows that a person who has fear of Allah, then Allah shows mercy towards him.

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So we'll have a bit of a phobia should also give him good news of what Burma Philippine, we're edging Kareem and a noble reward.

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What is his generous reward noble reward, the reward of the hereafter? And why is it called Kareem? Because it's much more generous, much more greater compared to the reward of lunia.

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You see the reward of the new no matter what it is, it is less compared to the reward of the Hereafter, it doesn't have the same status.

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So the reward of the hereafter it is Kareem, compared to the reward of dunia, urgyen, Curry, and it's referring to paradise and all the blessings that are in paradise. Now, in the previous I have what has been mentioned, that some people, whether you warn them or you don't warn them, warning is not going to benefit them.

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Why? Because they are in a state of law, and nothing can take them out of that state. And what is your state of flow? They're blind to themselves, and they're blind to the reality of this world. They're arrogant to submit, and they're also unaware.

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Now, does this mean that a person should not even bother to warn people?

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Well, Allah subhanaw taala has said majority of the people are not going to believe so don't warn them. Is this what should be done? No.

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The majority will not believe However, there are some who will believe this is why what should a person do?

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He should continue to give warning.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that was his way, although many people do not believe But did he give up? No, he continued. This is why in total Arla 89 we learned for that kid in authority the car says the car manjusha you keep warning, if the warning benefits and the one who has fear of Allah He will take it.

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into that yet i 55 we learned what that good for in the difficult and feral meaning.

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And here in this ayah Allah subhanaw taala tells us about who benefits from the warning that is given to you.

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Who benefits from the Quran? When he finds out what Allah subhanaw taala said in the Quran?

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What are the characteristics of the person? First of all, when it Tara dekra he believes in the Quran.

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He follows he does whatever he has learned.

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It's not that he has learned but he keeps pushing aside. He keeps delaying

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No, it

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means for accepting and following.

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And secondly, washy.

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And the person who fears a lot in the unseen, this is something that is extremely important.

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extremely important.

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Many times we have fear of people.

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And because of that fear, we will do certain things, and we will not do certain things.

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We will do certain things at certain places, and we will not do them at other places. But what is it that will enable a person to obey Allah at all times at all places,

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when he has fear of Allah.

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One thing that I experienced in this trip on my way back, we had to stop over in Paris.

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And you know, France,

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And we found out too late that our stopper was embarrassed, the agent didn't tell us and we couldn't do anything about it. And there were no other flights that we could find. So we had to take that stopover.

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And I'm wondering to myself, What am I going to do?

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As we were boarding the plane

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to get to Paris, many women, I saw them, they were wearing niqab. They had their hijab when I felt confident, you know, when you're alone, you feel afraid. And when you see other people, you get that confidence. But as we landed, I could not see even one of those women.

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I couldn't find even one of them. I saw their families, but I could not see them anywhere alone.

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Many women took their knuckles off, they even took their job off. And believe me, when I got to the airport, they were police officers, there was airport security.

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And there was army as well.

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And I walked through the group of each and every single one of them, not a single one of them object.

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Not a single one of them.

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Because as I was leaving my mom she recited this, I will draw it

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to him said that well Shana, who lives alone, and I you know, I kept reciting that I have, you know, May they not see me they did not notice me whether or not and I kept making the art to Allah. And as we were landing, I opened up the most practice to you know, read sample. And there are these other one, that all believers have fear of law, a fear of a soon will happen as their potential whatever reficul and all of these I was reading and gave me so much confidence that I have to be alone, I have to obey the messenger. And at home that led reciting the Quran was very, very motivational.

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And I thought to myself, I was alone over there, my mom was not there. You people weren't there.

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Nobody was there to watch me to make sure that I was doing what I have been teaching and I have been preaching and I have been doing from before.

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And when you rely on Allah soprano title, Allah gives you the confidence he helps you, he supports you. We were there for hours, not even one problem, not even one.

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So when you have the fear of Allah, his fear more than the fear of people, then what happens? Allah will help you, he will enable you.

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And if people become greater to you than Allah subhanaw taala then you will not have the confidence to obey Allah, even in front of people who don't have the confidence to say anything to

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a person who has fear of Allah. Then it says though the whole universe is afraid of him. And a person who does not have fear of Allah than the entire universe frightens him.

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Then every single thing frightens you.

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So how she gonna behave, this is the greatest thing. When a person has fear of Allah, then everything becomes insignificant.

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everything falls in its right place.

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Everything becomes easy for him.

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And when a person does not have fear of Allah, that everything becomes extremely difficult for

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and we have to really reflect on ourselves. That what do we do when we are alone?

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We might do certain things in front of others when we might need them when we're alone.

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This is the real test. With Ohashi malleability, and a person who has fear of a line the unseen for Bashir will be McFadden will edit in Korean give him good news of forgiveness and also a generous reward.

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International he'll Mota indeed It is we who bring the debt to life.

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International. Indeed we know she and Mota. We give life to that

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Once deplore enough, my yet

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meaning in the hereafter on the Day of Resurrection, we will resurrect the dead. This is the fact that Allah subhanaw taala studying us and alota includes every dead every may yet

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even the animals, will they be resurrected? Yes, even the animals will be resurrected.

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And this has been understood in a figurative way as well that International Motor that motor refers to the dead hearts

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those were dead in their hearts who gives them

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a loss of hope in them international Haile Mota

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one October Malka demo and we are recording what they have sent ahead

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what I thought of them and also their traces neck to gafta Bakhita what does that mean to record to write?

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So, we are recording we are writing two things.

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Firstly, Malka them what they have sent ahead?

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What does it mean by this mock demo

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the actions that they have performed

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the actions they have already done

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and they have sent ahead for where for the hereafter

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every action, it's an investment

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every action that a person does it says though he is depositing it

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were in the hereafter somehow a demo whatever they have done,

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whether it is good or it is bad, we have recorded it we are recording everything that they have sent ahead.

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And not just that, but also secondly what Are we recording?

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What I thought oh, and their traces

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i thought was a poor enough, I thought and what is

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the trace of something

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the effect of something the imprint of something, once it has gone like for example, you open the door of your house and what you see is snow

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as you walk from your door to the car, what will you leave behind

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So you have gone but what has been left behind

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footprints. So footprints are what I thought of.

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So what are our thought the traces the impressions left behind something after it has gone away.

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So Malka demo What does it mean the actions they have done? I found all their impressions once they're gone.

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maka demo is what they have done in their lives.

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And what they have left behind once they're gone once they have passed away. So all of these deeds, what is the last pelletising

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nextable we are recording we are writing it

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who is recording it? The angels are recording them at the command of Allah subhanaw taala we're in our legal Mahaffey. winckelmann Cathy been

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in sort of 17 to 18 we learn if you cannot call Motorola piano and Ilya meanie or Anisha Malik curried, my young field woman, Colin Illallah de la Cavan, RT,

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when the two receivers receive seated in the right and also on the left,

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man does not utter any word except that with him is an observer prepared to record. So any word that a person utters what happens these angels

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they record them any action that a person does. What do these angels do they record them immediately. And you know it has been said my yellow filament Cole and he does not utter a word except that it is recorded. Some scholars have said that even when a person sighs like for instance when a person is ill he's hurting and when you're hurting when you're in pain when you have a fever what do you do?

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You decide a lot

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so even the size I recorded

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every single sound word movement action deliberate or not, is being recorded when actor will mount a demo I thought oh

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well cola Shea in and it's not just their actions, but everything are Selena, who we have recorded it Where have we recorded it fee? Mm. And we've been in a tear record and what is this clear record?

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The local Marvel's

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the first part of the I mentioned that the dead will be raised. The second part of the what is that show? that whatever they're doing is being recorded. And thirdly, everything else is recorded.

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Were in the preserved. So it's not just that the actions of people that are being recorded, but everything has been recorded in a lower levels

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and the deeds of people where they're recorded

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in this hive in the record of deeds and imagine what does it mean leader?

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What else does it mean? road

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and it also means book

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and this key tab, this record whether it is of deeds or it is a preserved tablet, it's called email why, because email is followed.

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So, whatever is written in this book, it will be followed by dessert

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whatever actions of a person are recorded in his book, that will be followed by desert recompense which is going to be just

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Now in this ayah, Allah subhanaw taala mentions three facts, first of all, the dead will be resurrected on the Day of Judgment,

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all the dead all the people, all the creatures.

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Secondly, a last point I mentioned over here that all that people have done in this life, whether good or bad,

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that is being recorded,

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went back to my demo, what I thought

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and thirdly wakulla in our center houfy mmm have been the record of everything is there and it is with who else.

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So, three things are being mentioned in this ayah the dead will be raised. All that people are doing is being recorded, and the records are with who lost

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and these records will be given to people when on the day of judgment and the recommends that people will be given that will be according to this record.

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Now, as far as the first point is concerned, the dead will be resurrected. This has been stated so clearly, so that people become certain that this dunya is not the home of recompense,

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the home of recompense is where

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the hereafter and all those people who are asleep today, in a state of heedlessness in a state of negligence. They don't want to wake up to reality, when will they be woken up

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in the hereafter.

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If a person does not wake up today, he will definitely definitely wake up in the hereafter.

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How, by the blowing of the trumpet,

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when that will be blown, every person will wake up

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and we learn what bustled Okayama did, in this dunya people did not see but on that day, their sight their vision will be very, very sharp they will be able to see reality.

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In this dunya too arrogant to look down sad the before and sat behind, unable to see reality but in the hereafter they will be able to see it.

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And when they will see the reality they will be shown the reality of their deeds as well. The recompense of their deeds.

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In total jatha is 29 we learn how that keytab una young for Aleikum bellhawk in Khun Nana stancil McClinton terminal.

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This our record speaks about you in truth.

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This is our record and it speaks about you how in truth and we were having transcribed whatever you use to do

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everything you were doing, it was being written

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into the Zohar 580 we learn on the X Avada and Atlantis Marisela when a driver

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Bella Luna Allah de him Yakubu.

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Do these people think that we do not hear their secrets on their private conversations? Of course we do. And our messengers there right with them. Writing everything

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in total israa 1314 we learn what color insane and elda never thought you know who for your own Okay, well no particular who Yokoyama Tiki Tavern will complement your

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key topic. Read your own record, read your own book.

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So the deeds of people are being recorded and these records will be given to people on the day of judgment and they will see their deeds

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intro to piano 13 universal insanity you might even be mad at them, aha, man will be informed that day of what he sent ahead, and also what he kept back.

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All of the deeds of people are being recorded and they will be shown to him on the day of judgment

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and the deeds of people. What are they?

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There are two types as we learn in this I first of all, mock a demo. And secondly, I thought what is my code demo whatever a person has done in this

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Like for example, a person spoke, he said something it is recorded, he went somewhere he did something that action is recorded

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everything a person does, he woke up, he ate, he slept, he did something, everything is being recorded the action itself, the detail itself. And actually now who are saying oh, this is your saw your site yet the statistics.

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So, with statistical analysis,

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like for example, not just that a person step from this time to this time, but in his entire life, he slept these many hours, these many minutes, these many seconds,

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you understand. So, all of this has been recorded.

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But I will also don't entertain me after every action that a person has done in this life.

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The second type of actions that a person does are what the the thought of a person

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and what are the thought of a person.

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They are, as I mentioned to you, impressions, the traces the effects of the actions of a person once he has gone his legacy.

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So we see that the deed itself and the

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Malka demo what I thought, what a person has done, and also his impressions they are being recorded.

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Now, with regards to the

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many, many explanations are there,

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it includes many things.

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First of all, the thought includes the effects of the actions of a person.

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You see, whenever you do something, does it have an effect?

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Does it

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you do something and it has an effect.

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You say, a good thing to someone? Does it have an effect on them?

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You smile to a person. And what happens? They smile back? Right? Now, you smile. This is what mapa demo. But your smile had an effect? And what was that? The other person started smiling. What is that?

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So in your record, it's not just your smile that has been recorded, but also the author of your smile, the effects of your actions.

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Every single action we do has an impact to the people around us do the things around us.

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These impacts are also being recorded.

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When you say something in front of a child,

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does he imitator?

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Does he learn that

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you do something in front of a child, he imitates that behavior, he learns that behavior. And you're amazed at how he's repeating it in front of your eyes within a few seconds even, isn't it?

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So every action we do has an effect and many times we are oblivious to these effects. But we have to be very, very careful.

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Because the Our thoughts are also being recorded. Sometimes we think we're only going to be questioned about what we have done. And the impact that it leaves on other people. We're not going to be questioned about that. We're not concerned about that. No, I thought even those who are being recorded will be held responsible for those even

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you see when a person like for example, a superstar and artists they wear something they do something What do people do? They wear the same thing.

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That is what I thought.

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So we have to be very careful what affects our our actions having

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because we will be responsible for our effects as well.

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What impressions are we leaving?

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What effect Are we leaving? What effect are we having on the world that is around us?

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Sometimes we go to a place.

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We sit somewhere. We eat there we talk there we work there. And as we leave we leave behind pieces of paper, dirty tissues.

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We leave that place messy. That is what

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we're sitting in a place we're making noise the people around us are they taking an effect? Of course they are.

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Are they getting a good image of a Muslim or a bad image of a Muslim? Are they getting disturbed? Are they benefiting? We have to be very careful when

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we're SRO.

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Secondly artha It also includes the impressions of a person in the sense that what impression is he leaving behind once

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like, for example, a person lives his life in a particular way, once he dies, the people behind him talk about him.

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They say, also into a person, he was like this, and he was like that. And he used to do this and he used to do that. So this is what

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what other people say about you, once you have gone once you have left, once you have left this world, and even these statements are being recorded.

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Now, people will only talk about you the way they have perceived you.

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And that is based on how you have dealt with that.

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If you have been good, they will talk good. If you have been bad, they will talk bad.

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Now these statements are also recorded.

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What do other people say about you?

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Now it's quite possible that someone has bias against you, they don't like you. And this is why they're always saying negative things about you. quite possible.

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But we cannot entirely blame people for their negativity, it's quite possible that we have done something which is why they have a negative behavior towards us. So we have to see, what kind of image Are we leaving?

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What kind of feelings do people have for us because of how we have dealt with them. When they talk about us, what do they say.

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But it doesn't mean we're only concerned about what other people say about us. And this is why we're only trying to make them feel that we are very good. And in front of a low, we're not that concerned, no, definitely a person should be concerned about being good in front of a line when he's good like that, then his image before people will also be reformed.

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Thirdly, thought includes the actions that a person leaves behind as a legacy, meaning

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a person, he was alive, he did something other people started doing those actions,

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he has gone, but that action continues.

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Whether it is good, or it is bad.

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So basically, the trends that he has said, the legacy that he has left behind what is followed after him as a practice, good or bad.

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Even this has been recorded.

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Like for example, you go to a particular place, you're visiting a friend, you stay in her house, and what you do is that every time you go to the washroom, you wipe the counter.

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Now it's quite possible that her daughter or her sister, she never used to do it, but because you do it she started doing, you have gone and that continues. Is that a good practice you've left behind?

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Yes, it's a good practice. Or you go to somebody's house. And what you do is that you're the first one to finish dinner. And you go to the sink, and instead of leaving the dish in the sink, what do you do? You rinse it and you put it in the dishwasher? Five people get up after you they feel embarrassed to leave their dirty plates in the sink. What do they do? They put it in the dishwasher as well.

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This is what

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I saw.

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You went put your dish went back, you're gone.

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But because you did that action, people started doing it after you. You set the trend. You left behind yourself a legacy, good or bad.

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Whatever people do after you because of what you did that has been recorded in your record as well.

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So we have to be very careful. What kind of actions are we doing?

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because other people they are going to follow? You might say I'm not that important. Why do people follow? You're not that important, but just because you did something other people got motivated, or the people got discouraged. They felt shy, they felt embarrassed. So they will also do it or they will not do it.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said when the son of Adam dies, all his deeds come to an end except for three.

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What are the knowledge which is beneficial to others.

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Secondly, a righteous child who prays for him.

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And thirdly, ongoing charity which he leaves behind.

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So these are what examples of

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how the first of all knowledge that is beneficial to others. He knew something. He didn't just act on it himself, or keep it to himself, but rather he shared it with other people he thought he sent an email he shared it with other people.

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Secondly, he trained his child and raised him up as a good person. And so the child prays for him even when he's gone.

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And thirdly, a charity that he leaves behind. Like for example, I

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can think of an example this is other kajaria. Like what

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that their work continues even about.

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person is gone.

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Okay, like oh, well, he sponsored for a while he dug Oh, well, the people are drinking from it even when he's gone. One is that you give a glass of water to someone with your own hand. And the other is that you dig a well, so what happens?

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So many people will drink from there.

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Similarly, giving some money donating some money to an institute to a Masjid,

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that even though you're not there anymore, but still, people are benefiting because you are helping run that place.

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When I was going for a run, somebody asked me Is there some way of giving some money at the harem? Like are there donation boxes over there, but you can just put money over there. So people who are coming, you know, they can benefit. I tried looking but I couldn't find but I found a particular place where you could actually get donations. And they were saying about how much reward there is for one Salah. And if you pray once an hour there yourself. This is a reward that you get Imagine you're helping other people pray.

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And they tell you exactly what this means donation, you're helping run the masjid for these many days. So you could get the reward off these many scholars.

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So this is what's the criteria, you're gone. You went there for a week or two, you're gone. But the action is continuing after you and you're getting the reward.

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We also learn from another Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Whoever starts something good in Islam, he will have a reward for it.

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And reward equal to that of everyone who does it after him. Without that detracting from their reward in the slightest. Whenever someone starts something good, then he gets the reward for that good deed. And also, he gets the reward of everyone who does it after him.

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And whoever starts something evil in Islam will bear the burden for that and a burden equal to that of everyone who does it after him. Without that detracting from their burden in the slightest.

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So for example, when you call someone

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to let's say up on class, they came once they started coming again, and again, you call them once, every time they come, they learn something, they do something, you get the reward as well.

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But if you turn someone away, no, don't come to very strict come as a listener, but don't enroll in the course, do difficult, impossible for you to do it. This is what turning someone away. So every time they miss an opportunity, who gets to blame you every time they do something wrong, who gets to blame you. So this is what I thought even this has been recorded.

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Fourthly, the assault, they also include the marks are the impressions of a person. What does it mean by that?

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You see what a person does an action anywhere,

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leaves his mark on that place, the object or the person, before we discussed the person. But over here, the fourth point is more about the objects.

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Like for example, if you touch a glass with your finger, you remove your finger, what's going to remain? fingerprints. So what does that US have the impression, the mark, you removed your hand, but the mark is still there.

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And the places the objects, the persons, they become a witness to the action that the person has performed.

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So the glass, it has preserved that fingerprint, that fingerprint is an evidence that you put your finger over there,

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isn't it? It's an evidence that you put your finger over there.

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Your footprints in the snow, are in evidence that you walk through your driveway, isn't it so? Now these are also being recorded? What does it mean?

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That the places the objects or persons they will become a witness to the actions that a person has performed. This is why we learn yoma into

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that on the Day of Judgment, the earth what will it do, it will narrate its news

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that on this rock at this place, so and so person did this action he prayed over here, he lied over here, he stood over here, he yelled over here. He walked by here. The door hasn't thought of your hand this this person went from here. It will bear witness that this person went from here. Everything has an A thought and it will speak on the day of judgment as a witness for us or against us.

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We learn from a hadith mama has recorded Jabir ibn Abdullah. He said that there was an empty area around the mustard in a booth

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and the venue Salama, they wanted to move closer to the masjid. Why?

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Because it will be convenient to pray five times a day in the masjid. When we were in Medina, we couldn't find a hotel.

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was closer to the mustard because our bookings were very late. And it was not too far. Just 10 minutes walk maximum in a crowd,

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but still it felt so far.

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Because then you have to go five times a day in the heat. So it feels far.

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And if you feel that if you can reduce five minutes even, it would be so much easier. But we see that these companions abundance Allah they wanted to move closer to the masjid and when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam heard about that, he said to them, I have heard that you want to move close to the masjid. They said, Yes, messenger of Allah, that is what we want. He said, Yeah, but he selima, the outcome, the outcome to

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stay where you are, stay where you are in your houses, your footsteps are recorded.

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Every time you walk to the masjid, your footsteps are recorded.

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And these footsteps, they will bear witness, the place the earth will bear witness, every footstep is being recorded, stay where you are. So that every day you come and go, even this is recorded in your edges.

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Now think about it, how many lessons have we done

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And if you have been a regular student, that means you have come 232 times

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every step you took from your house all the way here that is being recorded.

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So never take it as a burden.

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Always take it positively, every step is being recorded. What's the loss, no loss at all. And why is all of this being recorded.

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Because on the Day of Judgment, this will be displayed to a person and on that basis, the reward or punishment will be given,

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you know, Bolin sinoma. In in the Mercado Maha. And on that is the reward or the punishment that is going to be based.

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And we see that nothing at all is neglected in the sight of Allah isn't an amazing

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maka demo what I thought

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what people have done in their lives, and also their traces, their impressions, the impact the aftermath of the actions, good or evil. Everything has been recorded, nothing at all is neglected. So we have to become extremely careful

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that what we are doing, is it something that we're going to be proud to see on the Day of Judgment, or we're going to be embarrassed to see on the Day of Judgment.

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Because one is that a person will see all of these are thought and he'll be amazed. Wow. I never knew this is the impact that my action had. This is the effect that my conversation had. No, sometimes you talk to a person, you tell them something, and you go away. But they really benefit from what you have said. And they tell you 10 years later that you said that. And this is what I did afterwards.

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I remember reading somewhere that there was this one scholar he visited a particular school. And there were these children and he asked them a few questions. And one of the children he gave an answer a good answer.

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So he really liked the answer. The scholar didn't have anything. So he took off his watch and gave it to him. Just because he was very happy.

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Many years later, many, many years later, he went to a Masjid, to pray over there.

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And the mom of that massive young boy, he came to him.

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And he said, You know, when I was very young at school, you came and he gave me your watch.

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And that made me so happy that I thought I have to become like this man, I have to become like this color. And I went in memories. And I did this and I did this and I did this and now I'm the man of this must

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look at the impact of just giving one word.

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Look at the impact. So our actions have an impact you don't know how the other person may feel how they may get motivated or how they may get discouraged. So remember that every action is what and investment.

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Every single action either good or evil

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be hurries for a good investment

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but they will surely carry their own burdens and other burdens along with their burdens.

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So it's very, very important for us that we become careful about not to

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What we are doing, but also

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the effect of what we are doing.

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You know, when you are with little children, sometimes my son is talking these days learning how to talk. And I'm amazed at how he repeats what we say. And sometimes when he says something, it's as though I can hear myself. It frightens me scares me, you have to be so careful. You say one word, and they repeated the exact same way. And you'll be shocked, surprised.

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So be careful about what you do, and also the impact of what you do. And when will that be done when a person is fear of aloha shiver?

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Then you become careful. And then he'll be happy to see his records, his deeds of the day.

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We listen to the recitation of desire,

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to buma

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will be

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personality, right? One is that a person who is proud,

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blind to himself blind to the world around him, insensitive, selfish, heedless of the truth.

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And the other is Manitoba, the co hashima.

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When a person is only concerned about himself, does he care about the impact of his actions? Does he know he doesn't care that if the people are walking someplace and he stops right in the middle, other people will be affected.

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And on the other hand, is a person who is concerned about his actions concerned about other people concerned about the effect of his actions, then what happens he's more sensitive.

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Like I remember, every time we've gone for the left,

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all of a sudden, what happens is that when you reach the place where you have to touch the hurdle, to the quit, there are people who just stop over there. And because of that, so many people get stuck.

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So much pushing and shoving and bombing into men and women, this starts happening. Because people are only concerned for themselves.

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They become insensitive to the people around them.

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So we have to become very careful. Similarly, people who are sometimes pushing the wheelchairs are only concerned about making sure they quickly do that round so that they can get their money and get the next client. They don't care if they're hitting against someone or hurting someone's foot or bumping into an older person, because they're only concerned about themselves. So we have to become very careful, very concerned. Because it's not just our actions, but also the impact of our actions that has been recorded.

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This is when a person has the fear of Allah.

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Because we just have fear of other people then we become very conscious. But when there's fear of a light relay, then he'll become sensitive, conscious, alert.

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careful about what he's doing, and careful about the effects of what he's doing as well.

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So Calico lava will be humbucker Misha de la ilaha illa Anta the stuff Luca wanna do, really a sin. I'm already called with Aloha.