Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 29 – L298B

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Al-Muddaththir 1-56 Tafsir 1-7

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Are the Billa human a Shetland Illa Diem Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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lesson number 298 solar thermal death it is number one 256

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certain wood that is an Aki surah and it has 56 verses 255 words and about 1000 total.

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And the primary theme of this surah just like the theme of this juice is Darwin Allah. And in particular in this surah what is mentioned is the responsibilities or rather the character that authority must possess. What is it that the diary must focus on in his self improvement as well as when he's calling people to Allah? What should he focus on?

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this surah has those at the beginning, which were in fact, the second revelation. So it is of those rules which were revealed at a very early part in the Moroccan era.

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Yeah, au Helmut the third all you who covers himself with a garment home for under stand and Warren

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Yeah, you Hollywood does Elmo death it is actually motor that is from the root letters, then set

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this out is a warm clock or a warm shawl that is worn on top of one's clothes, why in order to keep oneself warm.

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And the third is also used for a blanket that a person uses when he is lying down when he is sleeping, why in order to keep warm.

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So what does it is one who is wrapped up in his jaw, one who is wrapped up in his blanket, why? Because he is cold. So he wants to be warm.

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Sometimes people are cold. Why? Because the temperature, the weather is like that.

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And other times people are cold. Why? Because they're afraid. That also happens because of the weakness that a person is feeling inside. A person begins to shiver, he is called. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, why is he called Alma desert over here, because when the sutra was revealed to him, he had covered himself up in a blanket.

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We learned that when he was revealed to the Prophet satellite is one of the first revelation after that there was a long gap when finally the second revelation was sent to him.

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And we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam during this period, when there was no more revelation coming to him, he was very afraid. And he was also concerned and he was worried to the point that we learn injury of poverty, he has written that revelation to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam remain suspended for quite some time. And it was such a period of deep grief and distress for him.

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Why do you think it was very difficult for him to bear that? Why would he be worried and upset and sad?

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Because in the first revelation, what was it all a crop, bisnar Baker, Larry Hallock, and then the angel appeared to him. And then he was told that he was a prophet. And all of a sudden, no more news sometimes means good news. But sometimes it keeps you in the loop and you're wondering what's going on.

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So the spirit was extremely difficult on the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he knew that he was a prophet, but he didn't know what he was supposed to do. How was he to warn what was he to tell people?

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So this beard was of deep grief and distress for him. So much so that he started going early to the tops of the mountains, in order to throw himself down from them. Because it was so difficult for him to bear that he did not know what was going on. But whenever he stood on the edge of a beak, the Angel gibreel would appear to him and tell him that he was Allah's Messenger. This would console him and restore to him full peace of mind. So then he would stop.

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So basically, he was confused, he was lost. Just put yourself in a situation such as that, that you're wondering what's going on and all of a sudden, no more news, you are definitely going to be concerned. And we see that we learned that once the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he returned to the cave of Hira in order to worship in solitude because he would go there and have peace of mind. And while he was alone, he would busy himself in the worship of Allah. And he left the given began to descend the mountain. And another strange event took place at that point, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam described the event, he said, when I descended the mountain and game to the valley, I heard

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a voice saying Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, you are the Prophet of Allah. And I am Djibouti.

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So he heard that he said that I raised my head. And on the horizon, I saw the angel who had come to me in the cave of Hira.

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Imagine he saw the imagery in broad daylight now. And I was filled with all I was filled with all and bow towards the earth. And I hurried home to her deja and asked her to wrap me he said, that's the only that's the Rooney.

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Wrap me up, wrap me up.

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And she put a blanket around me, and also sprinkle some water on me. And it was at this time that the second revelation was sent to him. And which was the beginning I add of surah. Timothy?

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Yeah, you help with death. So why was he called Alma desert because he had wrapped himself up in his blanket?

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Because he was afraid. He was called. He was nervous. He could not comprehend what was going on.

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Yeah, are you home with death?

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And it was after this revelation, that revelation began coming on a regular basis afterwards, during the first and second there was a long gap, a long pause, and then after that, it began coming regularly.

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So what was it that Allah subhanaw taala commanded him? How was the responsibility of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam explained to him?

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Allah subhanaw taala says, Yeah, au helma death it over death it, confer and then arise and warn.

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Now is not the time to rest, you must arise, you must get up, in order to perform this mission. And you must have resolution you must have courage. You cannot stay sleeping, you cannot stay lying down, get up, get up, get up from what, from your sleeping place, from your relaxed position, from your laying position. Get up and forenza Warren.

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Warren, the people warned them against what, against the punishment of the hereafter warn them against the consequences of shake, warn them against the consequences of disbelief, warn them conferenza

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so the first revelation was what if corrupt, and the second revelation was calm? forenza tell me how much of the Quran had been revealed between these two revelations? None.

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But we see that at the beginning right at the beginning, what was the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told and said, Warren, whatever, you know, whatever knowledge you have, how much ever you know, you have to warn people, this is your responsibility.

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A person does not need to be a scholar, extremely learned in order to warn people. Because if something has hit your heart, you can warn them. And we see so many examples of so many people who don't know much, but the warning has hit them which is why they go on warning other people as well.

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So on forenza

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in southern Muslim men, we learned common Layla stand in the night. Why? In order to pray.

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And over here again, the same word is being used home. But why is this home for the purpose of Dawa,

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so Adare, we see, he has to have a stand,

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he cannot be relaxed, he cannot take life easy.

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He cannot do nothing, but rather he has to be standing. Because you see, the position of standing is very different from the position of lying down.

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When a person is lying down, he's relaxed. When a person is standing, he's busy doing something.

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So either stand up and pray or stand up and Warren, because you cannot remain line down anymore. You cannot remain sitting anymore. Once you know you have to convey.

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Once you know, you have to tell people.

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And notice over here what has been said and said Warren people warn them against what

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about what the hereafter?

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Because if you think about it, there are many, many problems that people face in this world. There are environmental issues, or social issues, right? So many problems. And we see that awareness has been spread concerning the right people are being warned concerning them, you know, preserving energy recycling, not abusing the resources of this earth, so on and so forth. People are spreading awareness concerning them. And yes, these are actual real problems.

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And people should be warned against them because if they're not warned, people will face terrible consequences. But we see that out of all things that people must be warned against. What is the

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Most important and essential,

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the matter of the hereafter. Because any problem of this dunya any issue of this dunya Yes, it may be very important, it may be a big deal. However, it will come to an end with this dunya coming to an end.

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If you have environmental issues, if you're concerned about certain species going extinct, well khulumani la have fun, everything is going to come to an end of this dunya anyway, this dunya is going to finish at the end anyway. However, what is most important is the matter of the alpha because that is eternal.

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So there are people who are learning about different issues spreading awareness concerning different issues.

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Yes, it's important. However, the most important thing that people must be warned against is the matter of the hereafter.

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Because if a person is not successful there, then he is an eternal loser.

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If a person suffers loss over there, then that is a greatest that is the ultimate loss, ultimate loss

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in this dunya maximum what happens some people will be deprived of good health, some people will be deprived of good education, a good life, okay. But if a person is deprived of gender in the Hereafter, then that is ultimate failure.

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So we see that the first thing the messenger is told what boom for unzip

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it's made very, very clear that what should be your focus, you have to warn people warn them concerning the hereafter.

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Well Becca cabin and your Lord, glorify meaning glorify your Lord, Rebecca, Rob, is mentioned first and fuckup it is mentioned second

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abeka bid your Lord glorified it could have been said glorify your Lord.

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But your Lord has been mentioned first Why?

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In order to show the importance the grandness of who of your Lord

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because when the Lord has mentioned first it shows how grand he is how great he is how important he is.

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So what Becca fucka Bish, and your Lord, glorify,

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and cabbage kabu kabu Takashi? What does that mean? To mention the greatness of someone? dimension, the glory, the greatness the perfection of someone. So magnify your Lord, meaning say Allahu Akbar.

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What was the state of the people of Makkah, they were lost in idolatry. They were worshipping others besides Allah.

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And what is the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told to do?

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Back Africa, you should glorify your Lord, you should do the beat of your Lord.

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There are many beings that are highlighted many things that are given importance, but your focus should be who your Lord, all of your activities. Everything should be focused on what glorifying your Lord or a beggar, like a bit.

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Now, if you think about it, a person can only do conferenza he can only rise and warn people. When he understands the greatness of his Lord,

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when he understands the greatness of Allah soprano, when the greatness of Allah has settled in his heart, when that realization happens, only then he is able to warn people, because whatever is in the heart, is going to come on the tongue. Whatever you really feel in the heart, you're going to tell people about it. If something does not matter to you much, you're not going to tell other people about it. But if something really matters to you, you're definitely going to tell people about it.

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So the word of warning others can only be done by the one who realizes the greatness of Allah,

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whose heart is filled with the realization of the greatness of Allah. He's not impressed with the things of this dunya he's not impressed by his own greatness. He's not impressed by the greatness of the people of the world the things of this world. No, he is in awe of the greatness of Allah, what a burqa for cabbage.

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So this is what a diary must feel. And this is what he must promote as well. And if you think about it, what is the essence of our Deen? What is the essence of the Quran? What does that teach us? The greatness of Allah subhanaw taala the names of a las panatela the attributes of Allah, his actions, his decisions, his commands, all of them, what do they reflect His greatness, His perfection.

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So this is the essence of the dean. And if someone has not understood this, then he is not understood the dean.

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So Rebecca, for a bit, and your Lord glorify

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With the avoca, and your clothing, football head, then purify, purify your clothing as well. purify clean your garments as well. Just imagine, this is one of the first teachings that were given to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. The first thing is what? Warren This is your responsibility. The second command is what? glorify Your Lord magnifier Lord, because that's the purpose of your creation, you have been created to worship Allah. So do that yourself. And only then you will be able to tell others about it. And then train yourself to close clothes with the back of our heads. What does that show to us? The importance of cleanliness in our religion,

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the importance of cleanliness and our religion, Thea Bhagavata here.

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Now what does it mean by sia over here? So yeah, obviously, what does it mean clothes. So which clothes the clothes that you're wearing to meaning? Keep your body clean and along with your body, what else would you clean your clothes as well, because sometimes a person's focus is only keeping his body clean. However, keeping the body clean alone is not sufficient, what is also very important,

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keeping the clothes clean.

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For example, when a person is praying Salah, he has to make sure that his body is clean and the clothing that he's wearing is also clean, both are necessary, that is what completes bahara and if either of the two is dirty, impure, then the hora is incomplete.

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So with the avoca Fatah

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Secondly, it has also been said that the abaca Cm over here does not just only refer to the clothes, but rather it also applies to one's o'clock ones manners, why? Because just as the clothes of a person are visible, similarly his manners are his outward appearance. So theatrical photography, meaning purify, cleanse your outward appearance as well meaning purify your character, your character must not be possessing of bad things, you must not have any pride or pretense or show off nothing like that No, was he ever thought

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and remember, when he was with the delivery of the horse, is it some physical garment? No, decoy is what is apparent on the person what is visible on the person. Similarly, the lack of a person is his outward appearance. So improve your outward appearance as well. Don't just focus on your clothing, but also focus on how you come before people how they see you, how they perceive you, how you come across people.

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So at the back of our head and Fatah head, remember that the word O'Hara This is used for cleanliness, and what kind of cleanliness is this? Mainly the word bajada is used for physical cleanliness. And the task is used for purification of the nuts and the soul. So further here, if we take the meaning of the app as clothing, that purify your clothing, clean them, clean them with what with water, just as it is necessary to keep your body clean, it is also necessary to keep your clothes clean as well.

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And there are many identical language show to us that cleanliness is obtained through water.

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Well, you know zero minister, Emma Emma and Nita Hera combi, he sends down water on the sky so that he can clean you with it. There are many if not put on would show that the water is a means of obtaining purity and the hoorah water that is ever clean and is also a means of obtaining cleanliness. Then with the back of the hip, it has also been said that what it means is that I'm Monica Aslan, meaning your deeds, reformed them, improve them, set them right. There's a statement in which it has been said that your Cheryl Murphy's OBE that a person will be raised up on the day of judgment in his So,

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now we know from other hobbies, that people will be gathered out naked.

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So what does he mean by that? So, meaning his armor, whatever he has done, whether it is hobbies, or it is whatever kind of deeds he has done, that is the deeds that he will be raised with.

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So the word CF is also used for I'm a leader of a person so with the epoch of a thought hidden meaning rectify, set right your affairs your actions,

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then was the epoch of a thought hit. It has also been said that what this means is the thought had enough soccer meaning

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that purify your knifes from sin. And the knifes basically is being implied by what by the words here because the Arabs would call like, for

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Example a person who was very chaste is of what is the visa the lower garment because in a fifth person is as low covered when he stays away from whatever is unlawful. So with the fabric of a thought hidden meaning thought hidden of soccer means cleanse your nerves from sin, meaning stay away from sin.

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And what the epoch of authority there are many other meanings as well. However, what is most appropriate in this context is that keep your clothes clean, keep your outward appearance clean.

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Because when a person is doing Dawa, when he's calling people to Allah, he must appear before people in a good fashion as well.

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Because of his clothes are dirty. If his mouth smells bad, if his nails are unclean, then what will happen?

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What will happen, people will be repelled from him. Just think about it. You're talking to a person. And they're not that clean in their appearance. And they offer you some food, would you like to take it? No way. Not at all. You go to a store to buy some clothes, and there is a person who was really looks dirty. You don't want them to touch the clothes that you're buying. Similarly, if you go to a mechanic to get your car fixed, and he's the one with dirty hands, he's going to take your card and he's going to swipe it in the machine. You don't want him to touch your card, isn't it?

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When you go for a job interview, how are you supposed to go in your bed codes? No. Then why is it that when we come to class many times I see girls are wearing baggy clothes onto their Bibles.

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I don't like it at all. You won't go like this to a job interview. You won't go like this to a friend's house to a party. No, it looks very very untidy. When under the Avaya you have your pajamas on you have your clothes on which are not even iron properly. Be careful about how you dress up. Be careful about that. This is part of respecting the deen. This is part of respecting the knowledge that you're learning. Just think about it. The profits are allowed to start off the first things with the avoca head. Keep your clothes clean.

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Would you ever walk around your home like this? No. Would you walk around your friends like this? No. You have your clothes ironed, crisp and clean, all matching nice. We put in so much effort when we're going to parties and weddings. But when it comes to the salon class, were like Oh, no big deal.

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Okay, I'm not saying dress offensively under your by all the time. No, but at least what you're wearing, should be decent, should be clean, should not be something that you wore last night. And now it's all crumbled up. And it smells of sleep, it smelled of your bed. No, you should be fresh.

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It affects other people for sure. But it affects you the most. Because if you are not cleaning yourself, then you will not be able to pay much attention, you don't feel as fresh. You know, like in the morning, when you get out of your shower, you change your dress up nicely. You have your nails cut, you all clean, you feel fresh, you get into the mode of working and being productive. And when you're in your pajamas, and you just put it in a vial on a hijab that's not even iron properly, that you've been wearing since last week perhaps, then it means you're not going to feel good.

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When you shower, when you change when you keep yourself clean, then automatically become more fresh and productive than all that laziness goes away. Remember that Hadith in which we learned that when a person goes to sleep, then shaytan dies not on him. And then when he gets up and he says the DA and he goes and does will do and he performs Salah, then those notes are removed.

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So why perform will do, why to freshen up.

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Sometimes we make this excuse that we're very busy. And we don't have much time. But if you think about it, there are so many scholars of the past who paid so much attention on their physical appearance as well, despite the fact that they were much more busier than us.

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So with the avocado hit, keep your clothes clean. Yes, wash your face, brush your teeth clean up your body. However, keep your clothes clean as well with the Arabic alphabet.

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And you know really much effort doesn't have to be put in all you have to do is just keep your nice Avaya for the class and keep it only for the class. As soon as you get home. Take it off, don't cook in that. Don't start cleaning in that. As soon as you get one take it off so it stays clean. It stays fresh.

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So what the heck of a forehead, keep your clothing clean. Because many times when we get busy in our work, we neglect this aspect. When we get busy with our studying, we neglect this this should not be neglected.

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With the back of our head it will affect you. It will affect other people as well.

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One route is a fair job and uncleanliness avoid with regards to uncleanliness completely avoided avoid

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Words is from the root letters of our G z. And the word roads, reads rich roads with Obama are rich with the Castro under the law, or rich with the scene at the end. And not to say these words are very similar. And many scholars say that they in fact mean the same thing. It's just that you can change the spelling you can change the word slightly and it basically means the same thing.

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And what does it mean, filth, dirt, and it's such filth that could be tangible and it could also be in tangible physical field as well as intangible fields and roads or roads is also used for punishment. It's not just used for field but it's also used for punishment what kind of punishment filthy punishment

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that we sent down from the sky Ridge is a Minnesota River can we have snow cone? So what is rich punishment as well? That is filthy. So what what is the fragile and fragile hair Jean bra was your home hydrangea? What does it mean? Avoid completely. So what kind of ridges is this? What kind of filth is this?

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First of all, it has been said with regards to this filth, this impurity that it refers to the filth of polytheism the filth of ship.

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Because enamel mushy Guna Niger's and rich soon, may normally ship on. Similarly, we learned that rich roots is not just the field of polytheism is not just to build a ship, but rather it also applies to the West was an offshoot on

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the west side of shaitan. Because we learned the Quran, where you live and can read is a shape one now what is the reception one was was that he cast in the heart of a person because that also makes a person dirty from inside, it makes us thinking makes his heart his mind dirty, corrupt, his heart was clean. And all of a sudden to shut on costs was was a and because that was what I was thinking is corrupted becomes dirty. So a religious altar refers to the northwest of Shabbat. So to do that, de facto completely avoid. Now, how can you avoid the worst possible Japan

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that don't follow it up? Don't listen, don't obey don't follow.

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Similarly, roads also applies to every kind of sin, every kind of act of disobedience. So, what what is a factor?

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So, basically, this is reinforcing the previous comment. On one hand, what is being said with the abaca Fatah

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and on the other hand, what is being said what is a factor. So, whether it is physical impurity, spiritual impurity, apparent impurity, hidden impurity, that which is off the body or that which is of the clouds, that which is physical, or that which is of the heart and mind, leave all sorts of filth, just stay away from it.

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Don't go near dirty stuff, what rude is a factor, stay away from it.

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wallet unknown and do not confer favor, just stuck there, in order to acquire more Latin known time known from the root letters, meme no known and what does man mean? To show a favor. And man also means to remind someone of a favorite that has been shown to them.

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So, let them know over here means the first meaning which is do not show favor, in order to the step that distracted from it sticks out and what does that mean, to seek to seek more

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the desire to multiply. So do not show favor to someone in order to get more in return.

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So for example, do not give a gift seeking better than what you give, that if I give a gift to so and so person, next time they come, they will bring me something much better. No, don't do this, let them know. They're stuck there.

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Don't do good, in order to demand more in return.

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And also Latin notice tactic. With regards to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he had been given a huge favor, which was Prophethood. Now when a person has superiority over others, because he has a status that others don't have, he has a position that others don't have. He has something that others don't have. Then what happens because of that he can do certain things which other people cannot do.

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So with your ANOVA don't do something like for example, Dawa it Allah in order to seek benefit from people, that you're calling people to Allah. Why? So that you can make money so that you can gain praise, so that you can become famous? No. This cannot be the way of the diary. When he works for the sake of Allah. He does not expect anything in return.

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Return,

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he does not want anything in return from the people, his near his main goal is not to get something in return, if he does get something in return, that's a side benefit. by for example, a person is working in the way of Allah, he's paid for it. Now that paycheck is not his goal, that's just a side benefit, it should not be the main knee as to why he's working.

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So lathem, non destructive, don't confer favor on others, to acquire more from them.

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Now, every person has this hidden desire, if I do good to so and so, they will be good to me, if I give a gift to them, they will give a gift to me if I smile at them, they should smile at me, every person has this kind of desire, but he he must get rid of this desire. Because if a person has this in his heart, expecting in return, then he cannot do the work of this team. He cannot call people to Allah.

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Because in order to do their work in a law, you have to be a selfless person, you cannot be concerned about yourself, you have to be a giving giving giving person if you start expecting in return, you cannot go for long.

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For example, parents, what is their attitude towards their children constantly giving, giving giving,

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if they start expecting a lot in return, can they be good towards their children? They cannot be

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they cannot continue for long, which is why we see that those who do expect from their children what happens, their children have hardly become adults, they're in their teams. And the parents are expecting so much from the children that you also contribute, you also pay rent you also make money. I mean, one is that there is a need and the other is that there is no need parents independent but still the demand from the children.

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So such a relationship can last for longer. No,

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we see that such children begin to resent their parents, they say fine, I'm going to leave I'm going to live independently. So the work of Dawa cannot be done unless a person becomes a giving personality, a giving person.

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If you start expecting in return, you cannot work for long.

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So while at an interest active, don't give in order to acquire more. When you're bigger for spirit, and for your Lord, be patient while you're bigger for Smith, for the sake of your Lord, in your with patience, whatever difficulties, whatever problems, whatever hardships you endure in this way, you have to be patient for whose sake for the sake of Allah,

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not for the sake of other people, that they will have pity on you. And they will listen to you or they will have pity on you. And they will help you know you should be patient for the sake of Allah because when a person is patient for the sake of Allah, then Allah will help him as well.

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The question is, what does it mean by being patient for the sake of Allah?

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What do you love big hospital? What do you think

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that any harm any difficulty that a person faces, he does not react negatively on it. Rather, he accepts it. And he hopes for a walk from Allah subhanaw taala This is Saba for the sake of Allah will rob Baker hospital also means that if a person faces hardship in the way of Allah, don't let these hardships stop you.

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Because number seven is a different types mainly three, that one is over it Ah.

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And what does that mean that a person continues to do it despite the hardships despite the difficulty. Second is to do something away from in order to stay away from Mercia from disobedience, because you have to control yourself over there as well. And thirdly, over hardships and trials and difficulties. So a person accepts a quarter of Allah. So when you're not pick a fosmid Be patient for the sake of your Lord, hoping for reward from him, not from other people. And the thing is when a person is patient for the sake of a lot that he can be patient for longer.

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And if he's patient for the sake of people, that what happens after sometimes Why don't they get it? Don't think I'm being so patient. I haven't said anything all this time. I've been smiling. I haven't had any argument I haven't demanded anything, don't they get it. So when a person is patient for the sake of others, his patients will expire very soon.

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But when it's for the sake of Allah, then it will be longer.

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This is only possible with the defeat of Allah subhanaw taala and only then a person can be patient.

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We learned earlier hospital sabalan jameelah. So when a lot bigger for special

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when a person realizes that whatever difficulty he's facing any hardship, it's happening with the permission of Allah.

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And especially if it comes in the way of Allah, then a person must be patient.

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Like for example, when a person is gaining knowledge and in that he is tested one test after the other, literally one test after the other, then for that also he has to be patient for whose sake for the sake of Allah.

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Because what's the other option? Leave it? That's the other option, right? Don't be patient over this leave it okay if you leave it, then what are you doing for the sake of Allah? Nothing.

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Or a person starts criticizing that why is it like this and why is it like that? Okay, start criticizing loser.

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So, whenever a person faces any difficulty, what should his behavior be when a lot bigger, or spill Be patient for the sake of Allah. And the logic of aspirin has also been understood as letha will have bigger force, for the reward from your Lord, be patient, if you want to be rewarded for this difficulty, then be patient. And the thing is, that reward cannot be attained except with suffer, no pain, no gain.

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Now we see these I add that six things. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was instructed with six things he was instructed with six things he was commanded. And this shows to us that Adare when he goes out in the way of Allah, when he starts his journey in the way of Allah, whether it is learning the deen or it is calling people to Allah, anything is doing these six things, these six characteristics he must must develop in himself. He must focus on them. That first of all, warn people about what about the

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That should be your greatest concern. And that should be your main concern when you're calling people warn them against the ACA.

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There are people who will focus on other issues as well, which I'm not saying are unimportant. Like for example, educate people concerning fear, educate them concerning Islamic history, for example, the differences amongst the scholars Okay, important. However, it should not be the main focus. Remember that even through that warn people about what they

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connect everything with what the matter of the hereafter because only then the Dawa is complete,

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otherwise what will happen, the spirit will be lost, it will carry no meaning. Similarly, there are people whose focus is on teaching the Quran, the recitation of the Quran, memorization of the Quran, the grammar of the Quran, whatever it is that you're doing about the deen anything you're doing your main focus is what? improve your accuracy, improve other people's.

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So connect everything with that. Don't fancy That should be your main focus your primary focus, then secondly, will Africa be that do that which shows the greatness of Allah, every activity, every effort? What should be the objective behind it, to manifest the greatness of Allah soprano?

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Not that a person is concerned about making their own name great, so that their name shows up when somebody does a Google search.

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So that their Institute is highlighted, their efforts are highlighted, their efforts are appreciated. No, the main focus is what what better Africa be whatever you're doing any effort, you're putting in any task to performing anything you're making, whether it is making a presentation, or preparing a speech, or setting up a classroom, anything what should be the goal of Becca COVID you're doing this to glorify Allah to show his greatness. And you see when this is the goal, then a person brings quality in his efforts as well. Because whatever he does, he's doing it in order to show the greatness of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So when he's doing it to show the greatness of a lot, what kind of deeds will he perform? Those that are of average level? mediocre? No, he wants to do the best.

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So when you're doing anything for the deen do it at the very best level. Because whose name are you glorifying the name of Allah?

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And just think about it. What does that deserve that you do?

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very best.

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So anything you write anything you make anything you draw anything you design, do it in the best way. What about Africa?

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The third thing that is mentioned is with the burqa photo here.

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So stay away from every kind of film, every kind of evil.

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Keep your clothes clean, develop good habits, stay away from bad habits, stay away from bad manners, stay away from bad actions,

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what will just affect you that also leave every kind of filth, you should have good of luck. And then do good without expecting anything in return. This is also very, very important and be patient over the difficulties and hardships. Be patient over the negative reaction of people because without it, a person cannot do the work of the day.

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So these six things are essential. And a person must remind himself of these things regularly. Because this is what Allah subhanaw taala commanded His Messenger.

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And if you think about it, the address, how is the Prophet sallallahu wasallam addressed and desired? Yeah, are you happy with the fit? Who is with death is someone who is wrapped up in a blanket lying down comfortably? And then what does that stand up?

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So what is it that once the Quran has reached a person, once a person has read the Quran, he cannot rest anymore.

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He cannot stay unproductive. He cannot remain lazy. He cannot remain useless. No way. He has to become more active.

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more active how in his personal life, more active in his social life. Not that he's partying but rather he is busy doing something for the sake of a law calling people to the dean and all of his efforts. All of his driving must be dedicated to glorifying Allah warning people of the hereafter. So on for answer. Once the Quran has reached you, you cannot stay in bed for a long you have to get up and do something