Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 23 – L239E

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Sad 1-26 Tafsir 12-20


AI: Summary © The lack of fear and the loss of healthcare workers have caused the United States to be destroyed. The speakers discuss the loss of healthcare workers and the use of emergency services to help those who need them. The importance of being patient, listening to people, and being patient with one's words is emphasized. The speakers also touch on the history of HIPAA, the use of HIPAA for speech, and the importance of discernment in speech. The segment concludes with a discussion of the struggles of finding time and finding success in life and the importance of accepting and respecting one's boundaries.
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Canada but cabela home como New Haven the people of New denied before them were are doing and the people of odd will fit our own who and also fit our own denied and who was fit around the the possessor of steaks. And oh, that is a plural of what well, that then.

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And what does that mean pegs folds. It's basically a piece of wood, or a piece of iron that is fixed on the ground in order to pitch a tent.

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You understand? Because when you pitch a tent, you use ropes and those ropes you have to tie them to something. So what do you tie them to a piece of wood or a piece of iron that you're going to fix into the ground?

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Or for example, a piece of wood or iron that is fixed in the ground in order to tie an animal

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you understand for different reasons. So what are this what a bag, a bowl and it's in particular use for such a bag, some part of which is under the ground and some part of which is above the ground?

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Lm Nigeria

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we had that well gee Bella Oh tada mountains are called OTA why because part of them is under the ground and part of them is above the ground. So it fitted out that what is called dual otet. This was his not

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his title. Why? Because it is said that he was the first one to crucify people.

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And when he crucified them, he used nields

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var to which was fierce through the skin. And part of it was left on top. You understand? Remember when the Sahara when the magician's when they believe he threatened to crucify all of them, each and every single one of them. So this is how he crucified people. It also said that he's called the OTA because he had great armies, huge armies,

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and he would conquer many lands. And as he would go, these armies as they would camp, they would pitch their tents. So it would be like a city. And when they would pitch their tents, they would use that.

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Also, they said that he's called the Delta, because he built gigantic buildings,

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buildings that are like mountains. And if you look at it a pyramid is very similar to a mountain in its shape, isn't it so? And he also had many other buildings constructed, and how are they constructed parts of them were underground and parts of them exposed. They had deep foundations resembling mountains. This is why they're called ultra. Ultra. He's called out that because His mulk His kingdom was very well established.

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Just like a peg, a poll

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firm in the ground. It was impossible to uproot him, impossible to remove him from power, isn't it? Because he had religious authority and political authority. He was considered as God and also the king. So who could speak up against him? We understand. Because typically what happens, those who have political authority than those with religion, they oppose them. Right? Those who have religious authority, those with worldly power, they oppose them, but fit around was a symbol of power. He had all types of power, so nobody could stand up against him. So his rule his kingdom, his authority was very well established.

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But what happened to all of these people, the people of New the people of odd the people of our own, each one of them was destroyed, despite the fact that they were

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and they were observed, they gathered up together but Allah subhanaw taala destroyed all of them. Because for Allah, it's not difficult at all. Juma

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interest of our i&i cadet cabela, whom Pomona aka Deborah Donna Wakayama, junoon was denied.

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In total healthcare is six What am I doing for only COVID enhancers are in it? They were destroyed.

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In through the federal I attempted wealth warfare owner they altered and Lena Tov will be led for a total female facade for subvolume rabuka soltara.

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They were finished with a mother will call me Luton was horrible aka and the people of some mood and the people of loot and the people of an acre the companions of the thicket who are the most humble aka the people of Srebrenica.

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Ooh, the eagle. Those are the groups

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Those are the Confederates who gathered up against their messengers, but when they gathered up against their messengers What happened? last panel barely finished them.

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The people assembled what happened so total healthcare f5 for America Moodle for only COVID they were destroyed by the overpowering blast. The people have looked into the cover is 3334 cantilevered karmaloop in the noodle, in Santa Aleikum, house labor, Illa Allah loot Medina whom is a help, a shower of stones was sent upon them. The people of acre in through the sharada i 189, we learn, forget the boo boo for the home either we do miss Linda in who can either be human or lean. They denied him and so the punishment of the day of the black cloud sees them. It was a punishment of a terrible day.

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in Cologne in La Casa Babu Sula, for healthcare record, each of them denied the messengers. So my penalty was justified in condone each and every one of them. One of who has a right to have all of these assets, every single one of them, what was their way inland cut the bubble. So they denied the messengers, those who were sent to them,

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and also those who were not sent to them because the nine one messenger is like denying all of the messengers. So when they denied the messengers for healthcare economy, my punishment was justified.

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It was justified they deserved it. And remember a copy. Again, don't forget the customer at the end, he notes me my so my punishment was justified. So what do we see over here that the reason for their destruction was denial of who? the messengers their disbelief in the messengers. So those who deny the prophets all along and send them there's a great warning for them

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when they're young,

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and these disbelievers Do not wait, lol slay hat and we're here except for just one blast.

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The disbelievers of Mecca, what are they waiting for? Just one last

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one last and that's also going to finish them, it's going to destroy them.

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They think they cannot be punished, they think they cannot be destroyed. No. All that is needed is say Hatton wahida.

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And this I had an wahida. What does it refer to the blowing of the trumpet?

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It refers to the blowing of the trumpet, then of huddle. tiama that is rough you will blow and the day of judgment will begin. At first those who are alive will die and the second rolling of the trumpet what will happen? Everyone will come alive. And those who deserve punishment, their punishment will begin from that moment onwards. Because as we have learned earlier into the scene, when the people will come alive, what will they say? member autonomy more Kadena. They will think the punishment of the grave was nothing but sleep

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to imagine their punishment will begin from resurrection. So we're Marion's little hat with a lovely hat and we're headed just one blow. And this one law, Marla Herman for work. It does not have any flower, it will not have any pause.

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Any bars focus on the fetters fell off

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and fell out is basically the time between two milkings. So basically, when an animal is being milked,

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okay, and the other is pressed.

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In order to milk the animal, you have to give pauses, right? That it's squeezed, it's let go it's squeezed it's let go. So, the pause between squeezing and letting go and starting again that is what for work. How long is it

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few seconds less than that

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alternate set that for workers in order to milk a cow sometimes what people do is that they bring the calf

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they bring the calf the calf begins to cycle and when it begins with a call the milk begins to come and they remove the calf and they take the milk out okay. And then when the milk stops coming again they bring the calf and he starts drinking again and the milk comes again. You understand? So, the interval between the two milkings that you brought the calf the calf drank for some time he removed him immediately.

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So what is this a pause?

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A very small pause mela have been for a while. Once the Trumpet will be blown, the blast the sound will be continuous without a single paws without a break.

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As you know the size of this horn How big is it? Its width is as the

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sky and the earth, isn't it? So imagine how massive it is. And imagine the sound coming out of it continues without a break.

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You see, when you hear a siren or a horn in this dunya, what happens to it? There is a break. Even the police cars, the ambulance, it goes up and down, up and down, up and down. But imagine if it was a constant one, you know, sometimes people just put their hands on the horn of the car and they don't move it. They don't remove their head. That sound is so annoying. It's so disturbing. If you have an alarm clock that just beeps like constantly without any up and down without any breaks, melatonin for work.

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And this is why the dead who will be in the graves, they'll be coming out of the graves alive.

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Secondly, the word for while also is used for when a sick person recovers.

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So he goes back.

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He goes back to his initial state of being well sumela Hammond for work once the trumpet is blown, then there is no return.

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And there is no going back. There is no relapse. There is no reversing. That's it.

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We'll call robina Jelena putana and they say Our Lord hastened for us our share.

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Who says this, the machine of Makkah,

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instead of reflecting on the record, instead of changing their ways, instead of humbling themselves before Allah, what do they do? in their pride in their arrogance, they say, or our Lord or I Jelena hasten for us I urge you have to hurry.

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Alright, Jelena get on a fifth from the rotators off ball, ball. And what does it mean? portion share of something,

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a part of something. It's also that the fifth is a piece of a written thing. A document, the sleep decree. So Argentina Katana hastened for us our share our decree our document, what does it mean by this? several meanings, first of all, hastened for us our share of punishment. Meaning give us our punishment in this dunya popular Yeoman is up before the Day of Recompense, we don't want to wait until the day of judgment.

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You keep warning us that we will be punished give us our punishment now in the studio.

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You understand,

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you keep saying there's going to be punishment in the Hereafter, we don't want to wait until then bring the punishment now. And they made this demand many, many times in total, and file a 32. We learn with God Allahumma in Canada who will help come in or Indic for Ontario, Elena hayata, Minnesota, are waiting over there in

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Argentina on a common ailment.

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Secondly, Katana has also been understood as our record of deeds.

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Take our hisab now, don't delay it until the day of judgment. Take our hisab now. Give our records now show it to us. Now. You say that the angels are recording everything we want to get it now. We want to see our records immediately.

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And you say we're going to be called to account call us to account now.

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But the fact is that recompense herself when will it be on your side not before that? This is just like the machine demanded that bring our forefathers alive now. You say that we will be resurrected, resurrect our forefathers now. And if you resurrect them if you bring them alive, then we will believe in you.

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So we'll call robinair I Jelena Katana COVID. I will have 32 said that what this means is our share of reward. We don't want to wait until the hereafter give it to us now.

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So Allah subhanaw taala he consoled His messenger that all prophets have a lot of sin and what should you do? Is there

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just be patient over what they say.

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What do they say? They call you sir Hill and they say in her that Illa shaming you are they say that this is shaman or job. This is so many things. They say bring the punishment now just be patient over what they say. They're being patient. So you ought to be patient

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is very cool.

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And this

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every person should do.

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The one who faces ridicule, mockery, opposition words of criticism from others. He should just be patient over what people say is parada, Maya Kowloon.

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What did the people not say to the Prophet cinema

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Every negative thing, every negative remark, every criticism, they send it to him. And what is the law say to him? Is parada Maya Kowloon?

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Because the thing is you cannot control what other people say, can you? You cannot. But what can you do?

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What can you do, you can decide as to how you're going to react. That's in your ability that's within your power. what other people are saying you have no control over that. But you do have control over your reaction. If you have patience, you become you'll be content.

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And if you get angry and frustrated, then he will only be harming yourself

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is where erlenmeyer Kowloon word Cora, Donna, and remember our serving, don't remember what they're saying.

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Remember our servant with serving the Buddha.

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Because what happens is when somebody says something negative to you, then it says oh, you keep hearing those words again and again. Isn't it? You keep remembering them. It replays in your mind all the time repeatedly. But what is the last one remember that remember? What What color are we gonna

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remember? Good things?

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Remember our servant that would?

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Why should you remember him? for yourself? So that you can take a lesson

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so that you can also be positive? You also know what to do that there will there isn't he turned to Allah

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and you also what should you do turn to Allah is where Allah Maya Kowloon what could be another word and it was there would be a the possessor of strength in a web indeed he was returning meaning one who returned repeatedly to Allah

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but the quality of the water the sound that is given over here is that he was eight

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and eight is from the roof letters Hamza

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and eight over here is not plural of yet. Okay.

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It's not plural of yet but rather it is Muslim.

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The word aid is Muslim from other EU aid.

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Because sometimes these two words are confused.

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One is a meaning floor of yet and the other is a Muslim from the EU.

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And what does that mean the mustard from other Edo COVID strength just doesn't go to that yet. I have 47 Allah says was semi urban a nahi. Aden, we're in Alamo zero and then the sky. We constructed it with strength with power with power. We're in animal zero and we are expanding it.

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Okay, a year the National Bureau headquarters that yields all of these words, what do they come from? Tanzania done? Okay. And this is the smallest muster. You can say aid which is a word strength. So that'll aid What does it mean? He was possessor of strength? So he was very powerful. How was he very powerful. In many ways, if you think about it, first of all, he had physical power, a lot of physical power. What's the evidence of that?

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When he fought against this believing army, right? Well, katella dawu jelutong he killed salute. And he was a soldier. Out of all people that were there. His name was one who killed jelutong.

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So he had a lot of physical power. What other evidence is there?

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Well, Alan nalla, Hadid iron was soft for him in his hands, it was just like dough in his hand so he could mold it however he wanted. Have you ever tried doing that too, I he won't even leave the slightest impact on it.

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But the older listeners, he could mold it like wax like dough. Just imagine. This is how strong he was.

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Secondly, he also had a lot of spiritual power, spiritual strength, you can save or self control the power to control himself.

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So he had a lot of inner strength, that he could control himself spiritual strength that he remained firm in his worship. How firm how consistent that he used to fast every other day throughout his life, every other day.

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Just imagine he was a king, and every pleasure was accessible to him.

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Isn't it being a king, you have food, you have anything you want, but he was too fast every other day.

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And he used to pray at night as well. He had control over his sleep. having control over your sleep is what a sign of strength. And if you don't have control over your sleep, that means you're very weak.

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So he was so strong, he had control over his sleep because he would stand in prayer for a third of the night.

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Also, he had political power, political strength, because he was the king. So he had authority, he had influence.

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So basically, he had different different types of strength, physical strength, spiritual strength, self control,

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he would worship a las panatela. And he also had a lot of authority. They'll aid

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in a web. And indeed he was a web was a web a web is one who repeatedly returns

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Oh, Hamza Elba, do repeatedly return. So he would repeatedly return to a loss of panatela. How, in his actions, that repeatedly performing acts of obedience.

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When you do something good, you take a break.

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Sometimes you take

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an endless break, a very long break.

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But aware means what? Did you do something, take a pause, you go back and you do something good again.

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Like for example, we recycle on Friday. So it's

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Saturday, we think we're inside. It's also kind of yesterday, Sunday, we think was two days ago. Monday, we think I decided to look up on Friday, let me take a break. And what happens next Friday. The turn comes through a cycle.

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long break in the middle. A web is who one who repeatedly returns. Again and again.

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He doesn't wait for one more week to pass.

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He doesn't say I just recited in the morning. What's the big deal? No, uh, well, repeatedly returning in his actions. You understand?

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Why I was also one who repeatedly returns in his elbow in his seeking forgiveness.

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Not that a person says I said, so you do this to fall yesterday?

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No, he does it again. And again. He turns to a law seeking forgiveness again and again. When can this happen? When a person remembers his faults, he realizes his mistakes. He realizes his need to worship in a web that he becomes a web. And if you think about it further water and assembly is so amazing, because he was a king.

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What excuse do we have? we're so busy. I don't have time to open them was half. How can I read the entire surah?

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Isn't it that's the excuse that we made. I have to do this, I have to do that I have to go here I have to go there. I'm so busy. Who can be busier than adjust King.

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A king such as there would

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he was extremely busy. But still he was a web a web to Allah. And it's amazing that he took time out for worship at the same time. And he also gave the heck of people to them.

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It is Saturday wilderness and he had cut one day for the people one day for his family and one day for worship exclusively.

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So one day for his people, he would solve their problems, make decisions, pass judgments, okay? One day he would spend with his family exclusively.

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And the third day, it was like erotica, nobody disturbs him. He only worships Allah in the mirror. Do you understand? So this is how he had divided his time.

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And this is why he was able to do so much. He was able to manage his people. He was able to raise a son such as a man or his son. And he was also a devout worshipper.

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Time management, balance is so necessary, so important.

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And this only happens when a person has a strength. And where does a person get the strength from a loss.

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ask Allah for that strength, to be able to divide your time manage your time well, so that you can give everyone the hug that they deserve.

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Because we are weak.

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Recently, I came across someone who was extremely knowledgeable, a well known teacher.

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And by profession, he is a medical doctor.

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And several months of the year he spends teaching.

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And just a few months of the year he goes and he practices medicine.

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And with that, he has enough money to take on his own expenses and the expenses of his family for the rest of the year. And I was amazed by that, that this person is working for the dean. And he at the same time is independent. Right. And he's given the help of his family. You understand he's given the heck of a lot. So this is something very rare, very unique. And there are only a few blessed people who are given this chance. So the other reason he even had this ability that he was able to manage everything and

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How does it happen with a few of

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them in a lab and you see, when a person makes time for him other

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than what happens, almost panatela fills his heart with contentment

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fills his heart with Lena,

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he becomes satisfied. So in a work, and when a person thinks that we take five minutes out from my pillow and dangle inside for my solar, shorten my solar, go late for solar, you know, compromises are better, and we think, then we have more time to do our work. In fact, we have less time

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we have less time than

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the key to organization, the key to getting things done is taking time out for a better

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not reducing time from another. And this is something that we have to learn from the wilderness and I'm in know a word.

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He would return to Allah again and again.

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And look how much he accomplished in his life.

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In NASA, Horner de Bella Mara, who indeed we subjected the mountains with him, why why were they subjected with him

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for the purpose of this be, so, when he would do this be the mountains, they will do the stay along with him, they will repeat after him, you submission they will do this be who the mountains and feminine first to ultimate Villa she at the evening will issue off and also the morning so in the evening and the morning, the mountains would do this V along with that with them. So what is it your morning and evening? The Wilderness? And would this be regardless of which day it was? Whether it was the day for his people or was the day for his family where it was the day of worship? Morning evening, this will be a time

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in total MBI a 79 was the whole number that would LG Bella use a banner will play you know fairly? Because as we learned earlier, when a person does this vi then what happens?

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What happens what did we learn yesterday and sort of this effect? It's a way out of difficulties. solution to grief

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will die omashu rotten and the words were assembled Mashallah hashing or hash

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meaning Mashallah la they were gathered before him from all places from all sides. And these birds kololo, a web all of them the who, for him a web, returning repeating

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coluna refers to both the birds as well as the mountains. So Allah subhanaw taala had subjected the mountains, because the mountains are in their positions, right? They don't move. So in their places, when they would do this week, they would repeat after him. The birds they fly around, but Allah subhanaw taala had the birds gather up at the time of morning and evening, when the wilderness now would be doing this beer. So when he would do this via Columbo, a web a web over here gives meaning of the day, obeyed Him and followed him in glorifying Allah repeatedly returned to the wilderness. So every time he did this via the birds and the mountains, what would they do?

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What would they do? They would repeat as we learned earlier, with the Mara, who was slaves, remember that the mountains of the birds were told a windy Morrow that repeat the phrases with that would listen.

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Why should that no Monica who and we strengthen his kingdom shadow dinner from the roof surface phenol, the dish de chelly to bind firmly? So we made strong his kingdom how that last panel data provided him with huge armies.

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And that would Ellison would make chainmail? So we'll show that in America. His milk was strong.

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Well, attina will hikma that and we gave him hikma wisdom. What does figma refer to Prophethood sound judgment in all matters. So we gave him hikma and also we're phoslo HIPAA and decisive speech discernment in speech fossile from the letters fasade land fossil is to literally separate between two things right. And fossil is also used for judgment.

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HIPAA, what does that mean? address speech? first level HIPAA has been understood in a number of ways.

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First of all, it has been understood as clear speech

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in which each word each statement is distinct. It is clear it's not ambiguous. Even our bassel did on who said fossil fuel dog This is clear speech. So it's not difficult to understand.

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Because imagine, though, there was a king.

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He had to give instructions right? He

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To pass judgments between people.

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And when giving instructions, you have to be very clear,

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isn't it? When passing judgments, you have to be very clear. Otherwise people will misunderstand your instructions. And people can distort your judgment, isn't it? So first of all, hit love. The last panel data had also given him this ability, discernment in speech.

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Secondly, it has been said, first of all HIPAA, this means that in decision making, whenever he would pass judgments, he had the ability to give the best judgment, to give the most appropriate decision, judgment that would clarify the issue that would solve the problem.

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Because sometimes what happens, somebody brings a problem to you, you don't know how to answer them. You don't know how to solve the issue for them. Though their listener was given this special ability to solve problems to make decisions fast for hip hop. And it was such Fussell such decision making that would clear the problem solve the problem. So why should there be no Molko? We're at a natural heck matter, we gave him hikmah wisdom

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Prophethood. And also, were first Well,

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first of all, HIPAA is also understood as distinctive speech, such speech that separate between health and wellness.

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And this is why his kingdom was drunk. Because he possessed these two qualities, what wisdom and distinctive speech,

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decisive speech,

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the ability to speak clearly,

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the ability to be clear in one speech, and also when a person gives a judgement, you know, he can say it with emphasis, or he can say it clearly. And people accept it, first of all,

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because to run a kingdom, to manage the affairs of people, you need two things, wisdom, the ability to deal with them. And secondly, the ability to make decisions as well,

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isn't it? Because if you don't have wisdom, you make many errors, isn't it? And if you don't know how to make judgments, how to make decisions, again, you make many errors. So what was the key to success over here? That Allah subhanaw taala gave him hekla and ultra fast.

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Can we listen to the recitation?

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Una was

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we see that on one hand, the way of the disbelievers has mentioned that, but in that in a couple fear is certain will shock. They are in self glory. They're in arrogance and pride. And as a result, they are opposing the messenger refusing to submit refusing to surrender. And what do they have? They have nothing else upon us right? What do they have? Do they have any power to the Lord the heavens and the earth will not be known? I know, do they have the depositories of the treasures of almost pannacotta? No. But on the other hand, we see that wilderness.

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He was the lady he was a possessor of strength.

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He was so powerful. But despite that, we see the humidity in him that he was aware he repeatedly turn to Allah.

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The one who is in our essential coffee will not return

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But the one who is humble, the one who is a web, he will return to Allah.

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So there are two completely opposite ways. And look at older design, he had so much such unique blessings,

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which birds praise along with a person for which other person, we've never seen anything like this. And the mountains repeating praises. We've never heard anything like this. But just imagine despite that he's so humble.

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Very true, that we see people say that if you're humble, then you get nowhere. You have to stand up for yourself, and you have to show it to others that you have something. But the thing is that when a person is humble, he's a web he turns to Allah that Allah grants and finally, shuddered enamel Kahoot at a now who, then Allah gives him power.

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We see the reason behind the humidity of the author and Sunnah was because he recognized what he had was from Allah, this is why he did everybody this is why he turned to him and this is why he did the spear. So this is what keeps a person humble. And when a person thinks what he has because of himself, and he has to preserve it himself. Then what happened to you mentioned resent your cough and he does not humble himself before.

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So we have to recognize that we are owned by who, by Allah. Whatever we have is from who, Allah we are nothing and his decisions. We have to accept when we accept them. They're for our own good