Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 25 – L259C

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The transcript describes the negative impacts of the coronavirus on people, including lost lives, lost memories, and the loss of joy. It also touches on the importance of belief in God and leaving one's states for a better future. The speakers emphasize the need to be aware of one's behavior and not give up, as well as the importance of being a witness for people in certain areas.
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And what did that messenger say to them? That an ADO la Riva de la, saying render to me the servants of Allah ADO from the newsletters, Hamza dal, yeah. Or Hamza dal well from the word adapt

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and adapt means to hand over someone's right completely, fully and at once you understand, to hand over someone's right how completely fully and at once, not in installments.

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Like for example, somebody gives you there,

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somebody gives you something of theirs to keep that say they gave you $50 to keep. When they asked you can I please have my money? Then what does that mean?

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You give them you give them their $50 but how do you give them in installments, I'll give you 10 today, give you 20 tomorrow, I'll give you another 20 next week, no,

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that is that you give fully all of it completely, and at once you get it at once. So, over here and add do that you hand over, you hand over meaning he said this to fit our own, you hand over a layer to me by the law the servants of Allah.

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Who does it mean by the servants of Allah, the Bani Israel, meaning hand them over to me, freedom from slavery, so that I may take them where did he want to take them out of Egypt back to Palestine.

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So an adu la vida de la,

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some of Southern What this means is an adu LA, that you hand over to me, you hand over to me, meaning yourselves in the sense that when I call you, you accept whatever I am telling you, whatever I am calling you to you accept that you have faith in that

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are you by the law and then arriva the law is understood as all servants of Allah.

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So he called all the people the people of their own the people of Israel and add to LA by the law hand over yourself to me in the sense that whatever I tell you, whatever I command you, whatever I'm telling you, then believe in that accept that submit to that and adieu la vida LA. Why? Because in Nila komatsuna amin indeed I am to you a trustworthy messenger. Meaning I'm not a liar. I'm not a cheater. I am a trustworthy messenger. Whatever Allah commands me, that is what I command you.

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Whatever Allah has commanded me to convey to you that is what I'm conveying.

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In the lack of Rasulullah amin and amine alternatives meaning a safe meaning you are safe for me I have not come to harm you in any way. Just simply do this.

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And we see that this has mentioned elsewhere in the Quran as well that Musa lisanna when he came to further on what did he say to him? That just let the Bani Israel go

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into the Torah if 47 we learned from Dr. hufa hula in Rasulullah, Arabic for us in Marana but he is like either one after the

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intro the Sherlock is 16 to 17. Theater owner of akula in Rasulullah, Villa alameen an algo. Salma Anna, Bernie, sorry.

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And he said to them, what a laughter Aloo Anima and do not be arrogant against Allah. Don't rise up against Allah.

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Don't try to exalt yourselves against Allah.

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Rather, how should you be humble before Allah, submissive before Allah because he said to them, and I do la by the law that all servants of Allah hand over yourselves, meaning submit yourselves.

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So don't be arrogant against your Lord. What does it mean by Allah against Allah?

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What does it mean by being arrogant against Allah,

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that a person does not submit to Him, He does not obey the messenger, he does not pay attention to what Allah has revealed, whether it's the Quran, or whatever it was before, and he considers one's own opinion to be better.

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So he advised the people aletta Aloo Allah in me decom Indeed, I have come to you. This autonomo been with a clear proof with a clear evidence, a clear evidence of what of my Prophethood

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and what was that clear evidence? What was that clear proof

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that musallam had brought of his prophethood

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the miracles what were they the staff and the glowing head?

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So in the article whistled on him would be, do not rebel. Do not try to act strong against Allah by neglecting obedience to Him.

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Rather be submissive to him.

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In other words, accept the message that I have brought and let the Bani Israel go Don't be too arrogant before Allah

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was in need arose to build up be what a become until Jew Mooney and indeed I have sought refuge in my Lord and your Lord, lest you stone me

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masala surrounds at the studio to fit around that I have sought the protection of Allah, lest you stone me w moon from the root letters of agin me Rajan that you stone me to death that you kill me. Instead of laughing I a 26 we learned well part of it our own the Rooney up to musawah leader of

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Pharaoh and said, Let me kill Musa and he should call upon his Lord for our own threatened to kill masala Sarah

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into the sharada I have 29 we learn in it the hoster Illa Hana at ledger alumna Camille must junee for answer that if you take a god other than me I will surely pace you among those who are imprisoned.

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So for their own threatened to kill Masada Salaam, harmless our listener, but musar listening, what did he do? He sought a last protection, his refuge. This is mentioned into the office I have 27 as well, that will call a moose in Nero's to be what have become men calling with a kabillion let me know below me.

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That musasa lam said indeed I have sought refuge in my Lord and your Lord from every arrogant one who does not believe in the day of account.

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And he said to fit our own, that we're a lamb to minoli and if you don't believe in me for Arthur zielona Just leave me alone.

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You understand? That if you don't want to believe in me, okay, don't just leave me Don't harm me. You understand?

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That? This let me be don't harm me. Don't stop the people just let the people go. Don't be with me. Don't be against me.

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Because sometimes people What do they say that you're either with us or you are against us. But Moosa Salaam said, if you don't want to be with me, then don't be against me either. You don't want to believe don't believe that's your choice, but just let us be. Let us go for a loan to minoli first as a loony but what happened for our own opposed musar listener?

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So further out a boo, boo Sarah, Sarah called upon his Lord and what did he say? And how will a como Mooji remove that indeed, these people they're criminals. How, because fit our own. He did not just disbelieve in Masada center. He competed with him. He ridiculed him. He insulted him. And he intensified the persecution of Bani Israel even more, isn't a talk that he commanded for a second time that their children be killed and their women be kept alive, which is why the body is trying to say that we have been heard before you came to us and also after you have come to us.

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So after a very long time, that musala salaam was in Egypt, constantly calling for our own and his people to the worship of Allah alone, telling them let the Bani Israel go, when fit our own did not give up, several punishments had gone. Several signs had been shown, the truth had been made clear that our own remained firm on his opposition, then musasa prayed against federal,

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further our bow and now, Coleman moochie.

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Just as we learned earlier, in the story of Ibrahim Raisa

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that you don't go and do bra the first day when you do it. After a long time, after you have told the other person about the truth repeatedly, you have lived amongst them inform them repeatedly in different ways. But if you don't see any change from the other side, then you have to declare your disassociation.

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Similarly, the prophets have a lot of sort of also he didn't just make the other first day because when we hear about this drought that he prayed for it wasn't that the first day he made the offer them? No, it was after several years, several years.

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musallam also he made the straw after several years. And what do I did he made against them introduced I 88. It has mentioned

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that we'll call a Musab banner in the data for omala who Zenith and what I'm well and Phil hired to do

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that oh, I will already have given for their own and his mela, Xena adornment and a lot of wealth in this worldly life. And as a result, what are these people doing Rob Burnett and Sabine and as a result they're leading people astray from your way.

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So Rob Burnett infamous early on. Well, he

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washed through the article dubium fella you mean ohata yellow what are their buddy? That Oh Allah our Lord obliterate their wealth, obliterate their wealth, finish their wealth

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and harden their hearts so that they will not believe until they see the painful punishment. So then Mozart is unemployed against them. And Allah subhanaw taala he answered the door off musasa how that he told husar the salon for acai berry birdie Leyland, inoculum with the moon, that set out with my servants by night indeed you are to be pursued.

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If you notice, Moosa Sam could have taken the money Israel before as well. Isn't it so? But what did he do? He went and asked for their own to let the Bani Israel go.

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He understand.

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He went and asked for their own to let the Bani Israel go.

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And he waited for a very long time. But when fit our own refused, he became stubborn on his disbelief. Then Allah subhanaw taala told the believers to leave.

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He told the believers to leave from there and he told them to leave at what time during the night for us three very badly because sad is to travel by night, live secretly.

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And remember that in Nakamoto, Berlin, you're definitely going to be followed followed by who fit around in his people. As soon as he finds out that you have left he's going to follow you. So when they reached the sea musala salaam and the Bani Israel, they didn't know what to do. The running Israel said that's it. We're Gone. We're doomed was our lesson on set color in America Robbie, say Dini and Allah subhanaw taala commanded him to throw his staff into the sea, and the sea parted into making a way for the Bani Israel to cross the sea.

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And when the way was made, the path was made a loss panatela said what through kill the haha and leave the sea in stillness, what rock and leave, meaning once you and your companions have crossed the sea, don't try to get it back as it was before. Meaning don't make sure to close the path No, leave it as raw 101 is from the newsletters. Hello, hello. Hello, hello. Hello Hi Yahoo is to walk in a very gentle base.

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And Rahu is when something is very quiet, still. Calm, tranquil. Generally the see is it calm?

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Generally, is it calm? No. Constantly the waves are coming and going.

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If you go to a lake, you will find that yes, the lake is gone. Why? That even if the waves are coming, they're very light. They don't come with as much force. But the sea is noisy, noisy, no matter what time you go at winter, summer, night, day afternoon. Anytime you go, you will find the sea noisy constantly the waves are coming and going, coming and going.

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So what happened when Musashi ran through the staff into the sea and the sea parted into it became

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it became calm. Can you imagine all the water becoming so calm, that the waves are not falling onto people not coming and going back? calm. So once they cross the sea, Allah subhanaw taala told musasa was what you can

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leave it as it is meaning leave it come leave a peaceful as it is, with the fat in the middle. Don't try to close that path.

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Because if you think about it, you should technically close the path that the enemy cannot come from there. But Allah subhanaw taala said no, don't close the path. Why? Because in the home June

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indeed there are a host and army that are to be drained. They are to be drowned in the sea. Let them come let them follow you all the way into the middle of the sea. And when they do that, then the sea will close in upon them in Nome, Jonathan, Morocco.

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In Surah Taha I 77 also this is mentioned while I called Oh hyena Illa Musa, an SV very, very fondly beloved party. You can feel Buhari Everson, latter half of the rock and voila Tasha, that we inspire to moussaka Sam travelled by night with my servants and strike for them a dry path through the sea, you will not fear being overtaken by our own, nor be afraid of drowning. You will not drown in the sea, and your enemy will not even overtake you.

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So in these verses, what do we learn

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about the attitude of fit?

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And then his outcome is ultra mentioned.

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What was the attitude of Pharaoh of transgression, of arrogance of Alou against Allah

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not respecting the messenger not listening to the messenger not paying heed to the messenger?

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And then eventually what happened? in the home, Jonathan moroccon. There were people who were drowned why

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This is show to us

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that when a person is arrogant against Allah and His Messenger, then what is the ultimate end?

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What is the ultimate end?

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loss, destruction, failure?

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Because when a person becomes arrogant before a lot, then he is humiliated. When a person humbles himself before Allah, then he is,

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if you look in service of also, what was the main message, the reality of this worldly life? What is that reality? That it's temporary, right.

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And despite the fact that this dunya is temporary, people get fooled by it. People get deceived by it. And they want more and more of this.

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We learned that if it was not for the fear that all people will become disbelievers. Allah subhanaw, taala would give a lot of wealth to the disbelievers. And if that was the case, that the disbelievers were given a lot of wealth and the test would become very difficult for people.

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Already people find it difficult to believe Imagine if the disbelievers were so successful, then what would happen? People would not believe they will choose copper.

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So this dounia, which is so attractive, it many times leads a person to what

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it leads a person to transgression

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fit our own, what is it that made him so arrogant? what it was his wealth, it was a status, it was his position, it was his might and power. And on the other hand, the people of Makkah, what was their problem, same thing, same thing was a problem. They were too arrogant to submit before the Messenger of Allah do arrogant to give up their ways too arrogant to change their lifestyle. They weren't willing to do that.

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So we see that Allah subhanaw taala shows us the consequence of this arrogance of this pride of this transgression through the example of our own, that no matter what a person has of this dounia if he stands arrogantly before Allah, nothing of this dunya can help him nothing of this dunya can help.

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Then the following I at the last count, Allah says come Taku min Jeanette and what were you how well these people were fit our own and his people. But how much the left behind have gardens and springs Jeanette florala? Jen, are you in Florida? All right. How many gardens many gardens, orchards and springs the left behind them? Where do they end up? down and his people? his armies? They were drowned in the sea. And what did they leave behind? Jonathan? What do you own? And not just Jeanette and where are you? But was roaring warmer Armand Kenny, and crops and noble sites zuhr plural of Zahra because they were a very affluent people, affluent nation, and they were very independent as

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well. And they also had a lot of agriculture. So all those fields, all those fields, all those store houses, all that food, all that crop, everything they left behind.

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And not just that, but one more common Kareem macom. Cough well mean, what is macom place of Korean

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whether this place of Korean is temporary, or permanent?

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And what does it mean by a place of fear, where a person stands. And this place of tm, this can be tangible and also intangible.

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So tangible, like for example, a place where a person would sit like a gathering imageless, a seat, a sofa, a couch, or a restaurant, a lounge, a drawing room.

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And then macom can also apply to a position that a person has a high noble position.

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So they didn't just leave behind Jeanette or yawn, but during and also their glorious residences. mccammon Karim very noble places where they would hang out together sit together their courts, all of that. Just imagine the court of federal imagine that residents are federal. And imagine the residence of the people have hit on all those houses. Where do they go? The left hand behind was ruined one more common Kareem when Norma Tin Can roofie her fokin and comfort when they were amused. Norma, what is Norma? comfort, life of ease and prosperity. So, so many comforts, so many amenities. So many things through which their life was easy and comfortable, enjoyable.

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All those comforts can rufina fokin in which they used to be very happy. All those comforts they left them behind.

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All this conference that they rejoiced, and they lived in luxury among them, they left them behind

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gallica. Likewise, it was the matter was such meaning they left everything behind. They couldn't take anything with them. Could they take their houses with them? No. Could they take their luxurious beds with them? No, they're luxurious residences with them. No, their food? No. We're over at Sneha Coleman Hurry, and we made to inherit it another people, another people were made to inherit all of that.

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Because of the people who are a little more gone, obviously their things remained. And when their things remain, somebody else came and took over them.

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It has been said with regards to Omen a serene that refers to the Bani Israel that Allah subhanaw taala gave all of that to them.

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Remember, that when the bunny is trying to cross the sea? They went and made the calf. Why did they make the calf what was the story that somebody gave that we were made to carry the azobenzene token.

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So it is said that when fit our own and his armies on the ground, they were wearing a lot of jewelry. And when they were drowned, as you know that whatever is in the sea, sometimes it comes to the shore as well. All of their jewelry, it would come to the shores of the bunny is trying to pick it up from there. So Olaf, Nana, Coleman,

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all of that it was given to another nation. And other people took it because it was like considered booty for them. Some have said. Others have said that is common African refers to some other nation now with the Bani Israel because of any sort of the across the sea, they are gone from there.

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And what fear around and is people left in Egypt that was inherited by some other people. And if you think about it, over the years, how, when the pyramids were discovered, when the civilization was discovered, when the people came across their houses, sometimes even shepherds with their goats and their sheep, when they would go, what would they find?

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What would they find so many precious things, precious stones, precious jewelry, what would they do to it? They will take it from there, isn't it and they would go and sell it at such high prices. So up until today, this has been happening with Olaf. Now Coleman or honey.

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Just think about it, you have a house, fully decorated so much stuff in it. Somebody else comes and starts taking things from there. Would you ever let that happen in your life while you're alive?

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Never. Your things are very precious to you. But if you're not there, who's going to guard those houses? Who's going to protect those houses? Who's going to protect those things? Nobody will? And will nobody will somebody else will come and take because Anika will LS now Coleman a hurry.

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So what good did all of that wealth bring to their own MSP?

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What benefit did it bring them? Nothing. They could not save themselves from drowning.

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And this wealth did not assist them either.

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We learned that the Egyptians had this belief that when they die, they have an afterlife and whatever wealth they have, they take with them. Right which is why these huge pyramids were built for them. And which is why when they were buried, they were also buried along with their possessions, especially the most precious amongst them. They are in their graves in their tombs. But who's stealing them? Who's selling them? Who's displaying them in their museums? other people, other nation?

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Good Africa will old earth now Coleman.

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They thought all of this dunya will help them but it didn't help them one bit. What Oh, let's now have Omen a hurry.

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fennel bachata, Lima sama, one of American woman's body, and the heaven and earth web not over them, nor were they reprieved when they died when they were drowned in the sea. Fernando Katana he was sent out of the sky and the earth did not leap over them. The sky and the earth did not feel sorry for them did not weep over them.

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Why am I counting 113 and they were not given any chance any rest bite? They wanted to repent. They wanted to believe but were they given another chance to know when the waves closed in upon around? He said I believe but was his belief of *? No. Why am I counting one buddy? We see over here that Allah says from a Qatar Allah He was so mad Allah. What is this show to us? That when a righteous person passes away when a righteous person dies, then what happens? The sky and the earth

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they feel sad.

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Because for every righteous person, there is a massage in the sky and a masala on

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The Earth isn't a righteous person, a person who's obedient to Allah, he has a masala in the earth meaning a place where he has prayed a place where he has worshipped Allah subhanaw taala when the person has died, that Earth that place is going to miss him.

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This is why the earth is sad, the Earth is sad when that righteous person dies, why? Because who will pray there now?

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Who will pray there now this person will not be there anymore.

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Similarly, up in the sky, there is a massage what is mean by massage a place of Ascension through which is good deeds are sent. But now that he's gone, his good deeds, they will not be coming as they were coming before. So the sky even feel sad.

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The righteous person when he dies, the sky and the earth, they are sad.

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And we see that the things of this dunya the creation of a last panel data, it is happy when a person is beaten to a loss of data and it is sad when that person leaves when that person dies. Or when that person goes away from their

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life. For instance, we learn about that member of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to stand on it in the masjid. And when he wished to replace it, it wept. It cried Why? Why did we?

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Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would no longer use that member anymore. That's why the member was weeping. It was crying.

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So just imagine these things have donia even they develop love for who for the righteous servants of Allah

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and the dunya. And whatever is in this dunya it develops hatred, aversion for who for the one who disobeys.

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Just imagine just as the angels, they pray, for those who believe the fish in the sea, the ants under the earth, even their prey for who for the one who is out in the way of a law, learning teaching.

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Similarly, when a person is disobedient, the creation of a lot develops hatred, aversion, dislike for him,

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because the earth itself is obedient, right? How can the obedient Earth tolerate someone disobedient on its surface? How, when the earth itself is obedient, it loves those who are obedient to Allah.

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So when fit our own and his people, when they were finished from Africa, thoroughly, he was so out of the sky on the earth, they didn't grieve over them. They didn't cry over them, they didn't shed any tears over them, they didn't feel bad at all. Nobody felt bad for them.

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Whereas we see that some people when they die, like Saudi, when we're on the throne of Allah, even

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the throne of Allah even is shaken.

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Just imagine, but fit our own and his people from Africa to Allah, he was one of American human body, and they were not given any restaurant at all.

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And we have to see as well, there's a huge lesson in this for us. That what kind of impressions are we leaving on the earth that we walk on? The places that we live in? The rooms that we live in?

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That when we are living in a particular place? We are living in a particular room? What kind of a thought, are we leaving over there, that when we are gone? Is that room going to miss us? Or is it going to be happy that this person has gone now,

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if the sky and the earth, they love those who are obedient to Allah, then what kind of people do we love

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those who are obedient, or those who were disobedient.

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From Abracadabra, he was a man or a woman, I can always remember that any place that you go to any place that you would even for some time, leave a good impression.

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Leave a good impression, in a sense that leave a good a thought so that even if there's no person, those walls will testify for you. That earth will testify for you, that rock will testify for you.

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Like for example, when a person gives the other than what happens, everything in the area that has heard that other than even the inanimate things it will be a witness for the person on the Day of Judgment.

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So when you're out in such a place, where there are lots of rocks, lots of trees, encourage your husband, encourage your brother encourage your son, your father to give the events so that they can be a witness for them.

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When you go to a place, read the Quran, remember Allah and remember that we're in min che in LA you said behind the everything is doing this we have Allah so when you do the speed as well. Obviously the creation of Allah is going to be happy.

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There will there is a time when he will do this via the mountains we'll do the spear with and what does it show? He did this be outside, out loud. The birds will do the spear with him and we think doing this. We're doing that

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only limited to Sala only limited to the prayer, don't limit it to that place only the entire Earth is a Masjid for us. So any place you go to leave a good impression, whether you there for some time, or a long time, whether it's a hotel room, or a car, or a place that you're living in for a year, or a place that you're living in for a year and a half, any place that you're in, leave a good impression.

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So that those walls will leave after you've gone those walls will feel bad and they will be a witness for you. But for their own and his people the sky, the earth did not leave for them. Womack kind of warm blooded and they were not given any rest by

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a chef Khalid was telling us that wherever he goes, he tried to do something good so that that place become witness for him. And he went somewhere up in North he mentioned in I forget what it was. And it was in completely covering the snow. So they made the doing the snow and they did such a dense snow they're praying and that's not and he said it was hard for us to do it. But I wanted that place to witness for me on the Day of Judgment. You know, some places you go to regularly but some places you go once in a lifetime, like up in the mountains far away. So even that place when you go to don't just go and come back, let that place miss you when you're gone. Let that place pray for you

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be a witness for you when you're gone.

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Typically what happens when we go somewhere, we like to collect things over there. So that I can remember I went to this place I can remember I went to that place and we take pictures. We collect little things little souvenirs sometimes we will go to hotels in the event to pick up the pens from there. Because it has the name of that hotel. So that I can remember I went to that hotel I stayed over there. But these are just things no matter how much you collect. Remember, eventually you will have to leave it when you go to a place Allah gave you tofield leave a good impression. So when you're gone, it's a witness for you.

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Okay, we'll listen to the recitation of these items and then we'll continue

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Some people when they are at a particular place, they leave a very good impression. They bring a lot of benefit. So when they're gone, they're missed. They remembered, isn't it? So we have to see as well, that while we're coming here every single day, what are we doing?

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That the day when we have to go from here will displace misses the tables, the carpet that we're sitting on the chairs that we're using? Or will they be grateful to finally work on not to scribble over them, not to waste time over them?

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What kind of impression Are we leaving because this place is also going to be witnessed for us or against us?

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Just imagine for our own and his people, such a great civilization, in the worldly sense. They are drowned in the sea, everything of theirs is left behind. Nobody feels sorry for them. Nobody feels sorry for them, the sky, the earth, the things the mountains, nothing. Nothing feels sorry for them. Why?

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Because they were very rich. However, they didn't do anything good. They didn't leave good impressions. Because the obedient Earth likes to obedient people.

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Because it itself is obedient, right?

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anything you'd like to say before we continue?

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That we leave impressions on people we also leave impressions on the places that we live the things that we use, how we use them, what we do with them, what we do when we're with the people what we say to the people what we do with the people, and it leaves an impression on them. So when we're gone, what kind of memories are we leaving behind? But will they miss us? Or will they be grateful

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that we see the confidence of Masada surrounded how he is going to figure out who is a tyrant of his time? And he says to him in clear open plain words and adieu la vida la in Nila coma tsunami that just imagine the court if it I wouldn't imagine having to say to him let the Bani Israel go. And other places the Quran we learned Latter Day boom, don't punish them Don't torment them. So you have to have this confidence and when can a person have this confidence? When he has taken help from a loss? The primary

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question is with regards to the I will call you Marla Majnoon. If we take it in the context of the sign of the Day of Judgment, the small, remember that the people at that time? What kind of people will they be the people towards the end of time? What kind of people will they be?

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The worst, the most disobedient the most sinful? And obviously they don't have any faith in them. So with regards to the messenger, if somebody has ever told them if they have heard about the messenger, because Muhammad Sallallahu even today, people know about him, but what kind of remarks do they say concerning they say about him that he is violent

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You know, right this is what the thing concerning you that either he will stop by someone or he had some problem, which is why he said what he said.

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So, we can also understand that

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