Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 29 – L300C

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Al-Insan 1-31 Tafsir 4-12


AI: Summary © The concept of shackles is broadly applicable across various industries and industries, including clothing, food, and politics. hedge mob is a term used to describe people who do not do the right thing and are causing "weirdness" and "weirdness" in relationships. The importance of fulfilling obligations and making voluntary commitments is discussed, along with the concept of "verbal behavior" and "by the law." The importance of protecting individuals from evil and avoiding suffering is emphasized, along with the need to be mindful of one's behavior.
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In artisanal cafe Marina indeed we have prepared for the disbelievers said Estella chains were lol and shackles was surreal and ablaze.

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Those who are ungrateful those who are disbelievers, for them, Allah has prepared to sell us in

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cell acid is a plural of Silsila and Silsila is used for a chain This is from the word sell alone and sell is to pull one thing through another is when things are connected with each other, the sell sold what does that mean when something is continuous? So celestial chains because all of the links are connected together, one is joined with the other. So for such people, there are prepared celestial chains with which they are dragged through the hellfire.

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And what's the description of these chains? We learned how to hire 30 to 30 to Hulu for Hulu. So merger hemosol Luther Murphy Silsila Tim Silsila Tim, the Rojas aroona the alarm for suku

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a chain whose length is 70 cubits, tie him up with that drag him into the Hellfire dragging through the various punishments in the hellfire.

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What Alan have learned is the plural of hole and hole is everything through which limbs can be tied, whether the head or the neck or the hands or the feet, any part of the body is tied. What is that whole shackles, iron collars, fetters, of Hillel, even these are prepared to tie their necks with to tie their hands with with which these chains will be tied.

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We learned into the Prophet is 7172 it will have learned we are knocking him was selected to use her Boone philharmonie me some affinity use Joan. When the shackles are around their necks and the chains they will be dragged in boiling water than in the fire they will be filled with name was there a law of blaze Hellfire that is burning fiercely in which they shall be punished.

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So these chains, these shackles they're locked up with and they're dragged from one place to the other in Hellfire, from fire to boiling hot water in utter humiliation and disgrace. This is the punishment for who?

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For those who have been extremely ungrateful. I will carefully in

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those who have been extremely ungrateful.

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A person you know sometimes wonder is that why is the punishment of Hellfire so severe?

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Why is it so severe? Does it make sense now, because when a lie has given so many blessings, so many, just look at your blood, look at your eyes, look at your ears, look at your nose, how your body functions, so many blessings Allah has given you in your body, outside of your body, look at the food you eat. Look at the amount of ingredients that are put in for you to put that one morsel of food in your mouth. What all has happened before so that the food could be prepared, the sun is shining, the water is falling down from the sky. So many systems Allah has placed and you eat and you consume and you use and you die and you do nothing.

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If a person has been so ungrateful that he hasn't valued the blessings of Allah, so many blessings, then obviously, the punishment is this, the end result is this.

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That in return, it will Katharina Salah sila will learn and we're sorry law.

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On the other hand, in law, indeed the righteous ones,

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those who are successful in the Hereafter, how does the law describe them above and abroad? This is a plural of the word bar.

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And bar is who one who does bitch and what is bears?

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Good Deed righteousness. But what kind of good deeds are they that are done at a vast scale? different different kinds of goodies because this word is derived from the word boat and voters used for land. And if you look at land, there isn't just one type of thing on it. There are plants, there are people there insects, they're birds, and not just a one type, but so many different different types. So many different things exist on land. Similarly, bid is what kind of good deed that is only a one type know of different different types.

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That is done on a vast scale, meaning that a person is always ready to do good

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that a person is constantly doing good one after the other various types of good deeds. He doesn't consider any good deed to be below his level, or any good deed to be too difficult. No, this is not for me. I cannot do this. I'm content with mediocre not bad.

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As someone who is always on the lookout, always looking for an opportunity to do good.

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So any opportunity that comes before him, he sees it, he does it. He doesn't think I've done enough, he doesn't think, Oh, this is too difficult. He doesn't think, Oh, this is not that important, no one after the other.

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And when is it that a person can be like this when he is grateful?

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A grateful person is

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the one who has this realization that I have something.

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And when a person has this realization that I have something, then he can give, then he can benefit others. But if a person thinks, I have nothing, I have nothing, I'm so miserable, then will you be able to help others?

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No, which person can share?

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The one who has this realization that I have something

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which person can give the one who knows that he has something to give?

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Because a person thinks then Alhamdulillah I have everything I need? Let me help others.

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And hamdulillah I have enjoyed this, let me help other people enjoy.

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So who can do good? A person who is grateful?

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And a person who is ungrateful, he cannot do good.

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So if you feel that you're not doing enough, then what is it that we should be reflecting on the state of our hearts? That Are we grateful for the blessings Allah has given? Or are we ungrateful?

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You see, there are some people who are always lost in their own problems, always concerned with their own issues. And when they're concerned with their own issues, then they become so busy that they cannot think about others, they really can't think of others they can't take time out for them either. But when a person gets out of his own problems, looks beyond himself, that he sees many opportunities to do but

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I remember as I was growing up, I used to be very concerned about keeping my room all nice and tidy and clean everything organized everything in place. And every weekend, I would spend time rearranging everything, putting everything in place, from the books to the clouds to every single thing, every single detail and all my time would go in just my room. And one day I realized how about the kitchen and how about the living room.

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So when I got out of my own self and I paid attention to other things, I was able to help out over there as well.

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So when a person has his eyes focused on himself, his problems he cannot do many good things when he realizes I have enough Alhamdulillah let me spend time with others Let me help others then you will find many opportunities to do good. And when you start looking at other people when you start helping other people out and your own problems become so insignificant they become so small

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so abroad are who the people of gender and how does Allah describe them? Those who are constantly doing good one thing after the other

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and you see hedge mob rule hedge mob rule resulted from the same route. What is Hydra mob rule such hedge which is full of bears, full of different different types of good deeds?

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So in Aurora, indeed the Abra the obedient ones,

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those who do good

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as an adversary he said that abroad are those who don't even hurt and

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who don't even hurt and me they're always doing bit with everything and everyone they come across that any person they meet, they wonder how can I help them? How can I system in Melbourne? Ah, yes shabu and I mean cat sin, they will drink from a cup. They will drink from a vessel

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khadem II whose blend is careful of careful

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notice Allah does not say over here. There'll be in general but rather he directly goes to what the mention of the blessings the pleasures in Jana Yeshua buena they will drink Min caixin what is guts guts is a vessel for drinking wine in particular. And the Ashtabula main sin, meaning they will drink from the guts in other words of the drink that is in the guts, the wine the drink that is in the glass in the cup. And this drink How is it Canada massage, it's massage is of careful massages from newsletters means a gene and massage is to mix and blend something in a drink. It is to mix to blend something in a drink. So it is mixed into the drink until it is completely blended so that now

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the drink is completely different. For example, you have milk and you have a banana. You put the two in a blender and you shake them together. Now the banana has been blended completely into the milk and now the milkshake is completely different from how it was before. This is what massages blend. So CanAm is that you have

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It's massage what has been blended into this wine. Cafu

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even in dunya, you know, when people have wine, they use different blends to give more complexity and texture to the actual wine.

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So a little bit of this, a little bit of that, you know, the blended together why, in order to give complexity to the texture? You know, for example, you could have plain milk, or you could have milkshake.

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You could have plain water, or you could have some nice juice, there is a difference, right?

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So this drink that they will drink from Allah says it's massages of cat food. What is scaffold,

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therefore, is the name of a spring in paradise. And why is it called cafo because Indonesia, cat food is a fragrant, nice and cold, as well as a sweet drink.

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So I was at fragrant, very sweet as well as cold. It's known for its aroma it's known for its being called

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its flavor.

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So this gaffer is not careful of donia. But why it has been said careful, because the drink will be extremely aromatic, extremely flavorful, delicious, and at the same time, cold as well.

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But at the same time, cold as well. Because many times you could be having a drink, but if it's not cold, it's not that enjoyable. So can Academy's advocate for what is scaffold Allah says I know it's a spring, the cafo is an iron an iron were in Jana, Yeshua boo Bihari by the law, the servants of Allah will drink with it.

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What does it mean by Bihar, Bihar gives meaning of minha

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Sinan yoshinobu Bihar arriba de la or Bihar meaning by mixing it with their drinks

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understand circa four is that which they will mix in their drinks and it's a spring and this spring, this source you find Girona they will make a gush forth the JIRA in force and abundance, the F G, G Runa. 5g Well, what does that mean to break something to cause something to gush for at a huge scale at a large scale? explosion eruption bursting?

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So you thought you're gonna have JIRA, what does it mean?

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That they will gush it forth in force, and abundance?

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in force and abundance? Typically a spring? How much water comes out of it? Or how what's the speed? It's not as much you fill a bucket, you fill a pail, and that's it, you have to wait for so long until more water is gonna come out.

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But this I mean, in general, how is it

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that this drink will be flowing out of a craft or will be flowing out of it in force and in abundance, and notice the word you find Girona, they are going to make it explode? What is it sure that this is in control of who the people have done that wherever they want, therefore, they will have it. If they want it in their house, if they go somewhere and they want our food over there, they will have a thing for that said wherever the people of Jenna will want this to be they will cause it to crash forth for themselves over there.

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So they will have complete control over it however, and wherever they wish. They will have access to it from everywhere, their homes, their rooms, their residences, their gardens, everywhere. And there is no shortage of supply I mean, and Yeshua will be Heriberto la he if aduna hat fg

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Who are these people? Allah says you phone a bit nerdy, they are those who fulfill their vows. They are those who fulfill their commitments and net.

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What is another

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another is from newsletters, known dalva.

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Another is basically something that is laid wajib not mandatory, but a person makes it wajib on oneself.

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So it's something that is not mandatory, however, a person makes it mandatory on himself. It's not mandatory, according to Sharia, for example, giving sadaqa you say, I'm going to give $1,000 in South Africa isn't mandatory, you need to give $1,000 in South Africa. No, when it comes to the car, yes, that's mandatory on you. But that's voluntary. It's not mandatory on you. However you say I'm going to I'm going to make myself get this this is what matters. It's not mandatory, but you make it medical. And remember there are two types of neither.

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One is that which you make an obligation on yourself unconditionally without any condition, meaning you do it exclusively for the pleasure of a loss of parameter.

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That I will give this Metallica every month

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I will pray this much knuffle every day, I will perform Irma this year for sure it's not mandatory for you, but you make it you know a commitment with yourself.

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Now these vows they are liked, why are they liked, because they force a person to do voluntary good. You understand?

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Once you've made a promise, with Allah with yourself that I am going to give $1,000 and then what happens? You end up doing it.

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And if you don't make that promise, you will have that money come in, and it will go out, and you won't even give any of it. And

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so it's an excuse to make you do extra

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unconditional vows, unconditional the first time, it forces you to do good. Otherwise a person would waste his life wasted opportunities, and he would not take as much advantage.

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Another example studying the Quran, is it something good? Yes, it's something Why did you go to study the Quran? Does it every single day the way you are studying? Is it wiser to do it every single day? No, a person might say you tell us to do our lesson. Where is it written in the Quran that we should do our lesson? And you say it's an Amana? Where is it written? And give me the link from Quran and Sunnah. Okay, it's not mandatory. However, if you made a commitment, with some people with an institution with a teacher, that I will do my lesson, we will study this much, then it forces you to do it, isn't it?

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So if you look back these past 18 months, you could have spent them doing something else, every single day.

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Or because you made it an obligation on yourself, I have to go to class, I have to study the clock. This is why we're actually able to study data.

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So this makes a person do good.

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The other type of another is that which is conditional, what does it mean? that a person says I will do this good deed, it's not mandatory, for example, I will give this masataka if I passed my test, if I have a job, if such and such happens, if such and such happens, then I will do such as if it doesn't happen, I'm not gonna do.

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And this kind of method, this is not that praiseworthy. It's not appreciated as much, why? Because first of all, it doesn't change the fate. I mean, whatever has to happen is going to happen. And whatever is not going to happen is not going to happen.

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And it's like making a deal with Allah, that if you do this, and I will do it. Are you trying to bribe? I mean, you understand. And when a person is doing something good, he should do it exclusively for the sake of Allah, to please Him, in obedience to Him out of the output out of servitude, he should do it, not setting conditions at all. If you do this, then I will do this. Otherwise, I'm not going to do it's disrespectful almost.

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And we learn from her these that this kind another only takes something out of the stingy person, that he wasn't going to do it. Otherwise he wasn't going to give it otherwise. But it became an excuse for him to do it.

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So over here, we learn you phone up in nursery abroad, what do they do? They fulfill their vows which vows are these

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both types, but mainly the first day that they make commitments with their Lord? And what do they do? They fulfill them. Allah has not made those actions obligatory on them, but they make them obligatory on themselves. And as a result, they end up doing so many good things.

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We have learned from the beginning of the sort of this life is temporary, we have a short time to live. And Allah has given us many blessings. Either we can waste this time, pass it on, and accomplish hardly anything. Or we can make a few things mandatory on ourselves and as a result, have something in our hands when we meet Allah subhanaw taala.

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So you feel a bit nutty. And a huge lesson in this for us is that we must think about that for the approval of a lot to make Allah happy. What am I doing? What good deeds am I doing? What extra good can I do?

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Because sometimes our focus is only on fulfilling the Ferraris fulfilling the obligations and beyond that we don't want to make our life difficult for ourselves.

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You know, for example, many times people will discourage women. But you know, if you just stay in your house, look after your children, please your husband even that is ariba for you.

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Why do you have to go out and study and help and volunteer? Make your life easy. Okay, make your life easy. However, when you do extra, then you get extra reward as well. Isn't it so? You could easily be sitting at home taking it easy, enjoying your life like so many other women are but you're doing

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In this extra deed, why? because you want to make a law happy.

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To the quality of the abroad is who you fall in love with mentally they made another first, which is why they fulfilled it. So it's a huge lesson for us in this

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where half moon and they fear Yeoman a day can SHABOOM still feel who's evil is widespread?

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Why is it that they make these commitments with Allah, this Nether, extra voluntary good deeds that make them obligatory on themselves?

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And then why is it that they fulfill these commitments? Because they fear a de Cana Shalu? Who's evil is Mr. Quiero. Which is this the day of judgment?

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Mr. Three lawyers from the root letters for your place for it What does that mean? A bird pylon? What does that mean? To fly?

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figuratively, this word is also used for speed. When something is very fast or when something spreads when something scatters. For example, it has said about Mr.

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Obama meaning dust that has spread everywhere

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or false on mobile phones meaning a horse that is melodic meaning very fast, very quick.

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Similarly, they said Esther thought on Halle, the fire it spread everywhere is the Pharrell fragile, when the light of the morning it spreads everywhere. So you understand is the thought what meaning does it give of speed and spreading and scattering everywhere.

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If you think about it, a bird when it's just sitting with its wings closed, it looks so tiny, so small, but once it begins to fly, and its wings are outstretched open, doesn't look big. It looks much much more bigger.

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So Mr. Clean, one that is scattered, one that is widespread.

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The evil of the Day of Judgment is Mr. Cleves,

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spreading across the earth, and the skies

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spreading across the earth and the skies. This is the evil of that day. That as it will spread across the skies it will cause the sky to break apart. A similar Omen Fortunately, the stars will fall the angels will be terrified the sun will be wrapped up with a shampoo beard.

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And its shell will also spread out over the years of the mountains are blown up the rivers the waters are completely dried up. And everything on the surface of the earth crumbled stones that the earth becomes flat. Can a shallow Mr. de la. It's calamities widespread everywhere.

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in whatever direction a person looks up above, chaos in the sky, down below. Chaos around chaos. Mr. de la. That day is not a small day. It's a very, very trying a very difficulty.

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So they fear this day. This is why they're doing something for that day.

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This is why they make another and they do something to please.

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Where you are immune atheroma What else do they do? And they feed the food they give the food

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either hobby in spite of its love, meaning or the hobby he refers to the farm. Despite the fact that they love that food, they want to eat it themselves. What do they do? They feed it to others and who do they feed it to miskeen needy, where team and orphan will see and a captive who is a seed someone who has been imprisoned. And generally the word seed applies to the prisoner of war.

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However, the word se is also used for other types of prisoners but mainly which prisoner

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prisoners of war. So they love the food. They want to eat it themselves. But what do they do? They feed it to others.

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And notice how these three people are mentioned Miss keenya team and a seed.

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If a person loves to eat something, and he gives it to another, who will he give it to? Perhaps his own children.

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Perhaps someone who really loves perhaps his relatives, his friends, like for example, you prepare some kind of dessert

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and you realize you don't have enough you really want to eat it yourself. However somebody comes in, in your house, what will you do your guest you will give it to them. Even if you want to have and you'll give it to them. Last piece of cheesecake left you wanted your husband wants it. If you love your husband, you'll give it to him, isn't it many times it happens that you want to have it but still you give it But who do you give it to someone whom you love someone who's close to you, someone who can benefit

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You but what do we see over here? They're feeding Who? Miss Kenya team. I see those who if you don't give, they cannot demand anything from you. They cannot make you feel bad that why aren't you giving this to me? Like your husband who might say you didn't give me even one bite? You didn't save me even one piece, the last piece I wanted. But what can you get him say you didn't give me that food EULA. Can your team say that? Can riskin say that can you say that no.

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When you alter immunity, I'm gonna have believe is Kenan way a team and will SeolA This is something very great.

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And then he, he also refers to

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Allah subhanaw taala, that they give food out of whose love, love for most.

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They give it only for the sake of Allah, out of love for Allah.

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Meaning they don't look at the other people that if I give it to him, he will benefit me. No, they're giving it because they love.

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Giving food is something that Allah likes. So they will give food for the sake of Allah to make Allah happy. miskeen and we're a team and we're a Syrah.

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And from this ayah, we also learned that when it comes to giving food, it's not just limited to your relatives and your friends, but rather other members of the society as well. And then it's not just limited to those who are Muslim, but also non Muslim.

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Why, because a person is not giving for their sake, who isn't given for the sake of a law.

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So it doesn't matter when the recipient is a Muslim or not, whether he is able or not.

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And some have said that a C is also applies to the slave, the servant Why? Because he's also like a prisoner in the house. And someone said even applies to the woman because in a way, she's also a prisoner. In many cases, many women are like that they're literally like prisoners, they don't have any freedom, or they cannot go out as much. Why because of how their life is because they have to look after the children, and because of so many things to do in the home.

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So when you turn the monitor on, or the hopefully, they bring them their favorite foods.

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I remember my mother, she used to tell us that. My grandmother, she was always busy, you know, looking after children raising them. And it was very difficult for her to go out anywhere. I mean, if you go out How many children do you take with you? And what about the rest of them. And then besides the laundry, and the cooking and the cleaning and everything, so women, they hardly ever used to get time to go out. I mean, these days, just turn the dishwasher on, you step out, you shove the clothes in the machine and you step out, it's so easy. So my grandfather, every day, when he would come home in the evening from work, he would always bring her something to eat that she would

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always everyday, you know, some fruit or some ice cream or some soda or something like that, that she would like, why she herself cannot go. And you know, take time out and relax and have fun. But this is out of kindness, that you're at home, I really appreciate what you're doing. You're not gonna be here for the sake of a law miskeen and we're a team and we'll see law. So the food they love for themselves, they shared with others. And this is something very difficult to do.

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What you want to eat, you give that to somebody else.

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You know, sometimes you have that chocolate bar and you really want to have it and you think if I take it out, I'm gonna have to offer it to them and if I offer it to them and won't have as much

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that's the real test. That Are you just so much in love with that chocolate bar that you're not going to share it or are you going to share it with somebody for the sake of Allah. Lenten Allah had that, to me matter a boon. This is why these people are called Abramov.

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And they say in a minute or mo commonly.

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They say we feed you only for the pleasure of Allah only for the face of Allah What do you learn? What do you mean by what you love?

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You know, we want to see Allah, we want to please Him. We want to be honored by looking at him. This is why we're giving this to you.

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In a minute or so commonly Agila not for your sake not for the sake of making money, not for the sake of gaining some appreciation and thanks from you know, we are doing this only for the sake of Allah. Therefore Landry domain conscious and we do not want from you any kind of dessert.

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What I shockula No thanks. We don't even want a thank you. Don't even say thank you.

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Don't try to pay us back. Because we're not doing this for you. We're doing it for Allah.

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us sincera

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that a person does what he does for the sake of Allah to the point that he doesn't even want people to thank him.

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When we do something, especially when we're giving What do we want from the other person?

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And they say thank you,

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at least Thank you.

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Or we expect that because I gave them a gift, they should also give me something. And if they don't give, we get upset.

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His losses what that person does not expect anything in return.

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Learn UI domain comm design. And voila, Shakira, not even a thank you note.

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Don't thank us. Why? Because we're doing it for Allah, because the reward that Allah gives is much more than the reward that people can offer.

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And if a person goes for the reward that people can offer, then what is he missing out on the reward that Allah will give because of a person's Nia is to gain praise from people appreciation from people then on the day of November, you'll be told that you got it. So there is no reward for you now.

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So the wise is who the intelligent is who the one who does what he does, expecting, hoping reward from who of law, because that reward is great. Land lead to income desert and when I should go, so whether a person is helping another, feeding another, giving charity, volunteering somewhere,

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anything a person is doing teaching someone, anything a person is doing, helping the creation of a law. He should not expect anything in return. Learn Lederman from desire and while

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in nanohole formula, Bina indeed we fear from our Lord, Yeoman a day, our Busan campo de la, that is austere and distressful. Why is it that they don't expect anything from people?

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Because they want reward only from Allah? And why is it so important to get reward from Allah because in Nana Hoffman rabina, Yeoman or Busan, a very difficult Day is coming up, a very distressful days coming up. And we have to do something now to save ourselves then.

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And notice how the Day of Judgment is described our booths and companies

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are boosters from the newsletters, I invest in Arbor. So what does that mean?

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to frown nagasawa to Allah Azza wa basara to found the wrinkle the skin to look stirringly and our booth gives a meaning of one who is frowning intensely.

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One who is frowning intensely.

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So the day is our booth, the day of judgment is our booze. What does it mean by that? If someone is frowning intensely towards you? Do you feel uncomfortable? Yes, do you feel unhappy? Yes. And usually that frown is going to be followed up by something, either some words or something or the other. That frown is not going to remain a front it's going to go to the next step.

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So the day of judgment that is our booth that is frowning severely, meaning it will be full of horrors it will be full of difficulties, it will be full of harshness. And secondly, our booth is called our booth. Why because it will cause the faces of people to frown. It will cause the faces of people to scowl a hard day a difficult day to observe

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that people will look and because of the horrors they see they will start frowning.

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When you look at something very scary, all of a sudden what happens? a frown appears on your forehead.

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So you're looking and you're shocked you look at something else and that even shocks you your expressions don't remain flat, but rather the worry it comes on the face. So are Busan

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de la comparatives from the infectious cough meme flora and Kemper is a stick that is used to punish criminals. And in particular a stick that is used to spread their feet apart.

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That Stand with your feet apart, like a stick that is shoved in between struck onto the side that stand with your feet apart spread out as a punishment. So, Campari is that which is extremely distressful, extremely trying a long day that is full of sadness that is full of difficulty. This is why we are giving what we're giving to you without expecting anything in return.

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Now these are chose to us the importance of voluntary work,

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something that is not an obligation on you. It's voluntary.

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It's helping other people helping the deen of Allah, helping the poor and the needy for example, the destitute

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And not expecting anything in return not even an acknowledgement. When people give charity or donation, what do they want? What do they want at least a tax receipt? Similarly, when people are working somewhere as a volunteer, then what do they want at least acknowledge my efforts.

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Or, for example, people say, I will not work unless and until you pay me, if you pay me, if you give me money, and it has to be this much money only, then I will work otherwise, I'm not working. These are teachers, the spirit of volunteer work,

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that there must be this spirit amongst us, for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala, in order to please Him in order to save ourselves on that day.

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Unfortunately, we do little things, and we want to be appreciated, we want to be acknowledged.

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And we think of our work for the dean, a nine to five job, for example, that My duty is only to do this, I will only do this not beyond, not extra, or I will do it only at the Institute, for example, and not at home. But the thing is that when you're doing something for the sake of Allah, to help someone to help, because then you should give it your best. And this is a deal, not between you and those people, but it's a deal between you and your Lord.

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This is why you don't want any acknowledgement. You don't want any appreciation, you don't want any kind of return nothing.

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And what is it that drives a person to do this fear of the day of judgment in Nana, half a mil rabina, Yeoman, our bosom company raw. It's a very hard day, kind of shovel home was totally raw.

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And we have to do something to save ourselves on that day.

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We have to do something to save ourselves on that day. This is why we must raise our standard. We must do extra, we must not be content with just a little that we're doing.

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We must come forward and we must volunteer. For Our Common Law we shall equally Coolio. So Allah will protect them from the evil of that day.

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They are afraid they are careful. They give they don't want anything from people of law who will save them from shall have their legal yom alone will protect them.

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One of our home and he will grant them not Broughton radiants was Sura and happiness. They were afraid. Allah will save them.

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They put in effort, they were striving, Allah will grant them nebra and so what is not the law? Not law is freshness as we learned earlier, would you we oma even now little happiness that is visible on the face, glow radiance was to rule suris happiness. So nebra is where on their faces and salute is where in their hearts.

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and why will they have nothing? Because they will see Allah? And why will they have Sulu because of all of the other blessings that they will be enjoying and especially because they will see Allah, Allah

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which is their home, and they reward female sabato because they were patient is Jonathan, Jenna, Harry, and silk. Look at the reward. Jenna, and Harry's

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out of all things what has mentioned Heidi selke. Because when do you wear silk

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at special occasions. And if you think about it, silk is not something that every person can afford to wear. It's only those who are wealthy who can afford to wear silk. So it's a sign of luxury.

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It's a sign of a very high status. And highly silk is also very comfortable, comfortable to wear.

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You know, if you're wearing for example, chiffon, you're always worried that it's going to get torn from you. It's going to get ripped from this gonna get stretched from there.

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But silk, it's soft, it's comfortable. It isn't it your skin. You can relax when you're wearing it. You're not densed all the time.

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So how can ease relaxation, comfort, even in the clothing that they're wearing? honor

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and why is it so what is their home? What does Allah say? Female sabar because they were patient. Because gender is reward for what sub and of believers life is all about subject.

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You cannot do bits one bit after the other except with sub.

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You cannot give that food you want to eat yourself except with saga

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You cannot bear the fact that people are not acknowledging your efforts, they're not appreciating you for your efforts, or you're not getting anything in return for your efforts without suffering.

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You cannot have another and you cannot fulfill that nothing except with

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you know, for example, I told you earlier that you could be at home, living easily comfortably, but you're getting out of your house every day. You're studying, you're learning, and then you're doing so much other work as well. So what does that require from you suffer? Because someday you could think, you know, why am I being so crazy? Why am I taking it to heart and myself? Forget about it? I'm praying my follow up. I'm giving my husband happy looking after my children. That's efficient for me. Isn't that that Hadith, which has a different performance obligations and keeps her husband happy than she can under Jennifer many door?

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Yes. But if you want to do extra, and you want to get extra reward than what you have to do.

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So what does that homeliness hover. Oh, Jenna is reward for what? Southern?

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What have you and also silk. This is also a reward that a lot will get. What does that have in our subtotal? Jonathan, we're hiring.

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Listen to the recitation.

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your phone?

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they're all of their good deeds have been summarized in one word such

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that we know it's difficult for you. We know you have to suffer. And we know that you have to put in a lot of effort. And all of this is what?

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So we're just gonna savato Jonathan.

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Allah will give them agenda. And how did

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you see any good deed you're doing? You cannot do it without suffering. If you pray, you need to have crucial, because summer is what helps in controlling yourself. When you go for Hajj, you faced so many difficulties, what do you need? Some. When you volunteer somewhere, you're helping out an organization or an institution, you need some because almost every other day, you want to give them a threat I'm leaving.

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If you don't do it my way, I'm going to go.

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If you don't cooperate with me, then such and such will happen. What do you need?

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solving, dealing with people given to them working with them, you need solver?

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And especially when a person is learning and you know, when things get difficult, that had that and you definitely need solvers.

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Somebody was talking about one of the mothers Whose child is extremely ill since one week, and I was thinking at this time.

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This is a big test, a big test and for this unit.

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So what is their home because if a person keeps looking at their award, yes, it's getting difficult. However, more difficulty, more sub inshallah more award. So don't give up.

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Because it's very easy to give up. you're tempted to give up you're tempted to like, you know, just forget about it. It's too much. I can't handle it anymore. Keep going, keep going. And the voiceover you do.

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What is possible, Jonathan?

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That's literally recitation again.

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