Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 30 – L304B

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Abasa-At-Takwir Tafsir Abasa 1-16

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Are the blame and a shift on your agenda for him. Lesson number 304.

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So with our buzzer is number one 242.

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So if our buzzer is a Maki Sula, it has one record 42 verses about 130 words and approximately 500 proof

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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Allah Azza wa Taala he frowned and turned away and Jaya who Arma because there came to him, the blind man who interrupted him.

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When I Utica, La La Jolla xhaka but what would make you perceive that perhaps he might be purified?

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Oh, yeah, Nakuru fatten farhood the car or be reminded, and the remembrance would benefit him.

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These ayat are talking about who

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well as our de la omec to

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our Bursa. He found what Allah and he turned away. Why did he frown and who found

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam found, and the word Barbosa is to frown, do look sternly at someone from the same root is the word our best and our best is used for a lion. Why? Because in the gaze of the line looking over the line also there's a frame that even if the line is not looking harshly, it's just its eyes are enough to give that frightening sight.

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So our buzzer is to frown to look sternly at someone. And remember that there are many words in the Arabic language that are used for frowning. We have done basara earlier. Then kata is also different for whom via Calhoun, there are many words that are used for frowning. And the word Arbus is the mildest type of friend.

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It is basically to express a little bit of agitation on the face when you're annoyed when you're not happy with how the other person has behaved with you. So you just express a little bit of annoyance on your face in the form of earphone.

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Manuel have said that ABA is to frown due to the discomfort that a person is experiencing in the heart.

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So he found meaning the profits on a lot of sudden frown on his face, the discomfort the color here that was in his heart was visible on his face. Why? Because he was interrupted. And he found and then after that, what our editor in the way, meaning he did not pay attention, he turned away his face, and instead he paid attention to someone else.

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Why did this happen? Why did this happen?

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We learned that Abdullah even

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his full name is Abdullah even, even though he was the cousin of Khadija Avila.

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And he once came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, while the Prophet salallahu Salam was doing that were to some of the elite of the parish

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and available to him he had already become a believer, and remember that he was also blind,

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meaning you cannot see with his eyes.

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So the prophet SAW a lot of sudden was busy he was talking to these elite of the Qureshi. They said that in that gathering they were or to buy bin revere Abuja, Maven holla or bastable of the Nepali

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all of these great leaders, chiefs were present in that majlis in that gathering. The profits are a lot of said I was talking to them. And all of a sudden, the level two he came, and he said O Messenger of Allah, of sredny

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meaning guide me to the right path me and teach me what should I do? And another narration, we learned that he said Yasuda, la Livni memnon, nama coma, that all messenger of Allah Teach me from that which Allah has taught you. Teach me from that which Allah has taught you. So basically, he came in order to learn more.

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And because he was blind, he did not see who was sitting over there. He did not see how the profits are a lot of seven was busy.

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So he asked once, and he asked again, and he asked again, so he constantly kept on interrupting the rockets.

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Now, in this case, obviously is not to blame why he didn't see

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if he could see, he would never have done that he would not have interrupted the profits out of all the sudden like that.

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And on the other hand, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was also a little annoyed. Why? Because he was trying to talk to these elite and it was very difficult to get these people to listen to you.

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So if they were in a gathering listening to him, he wanted to give them full attention. Why? in hopes that they would become Muslim? And if they would become Muslim that would be a source of great strength for Islam.

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So, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam showed a little bit of annoyance, meaning he found a little on his face and he turned away from Abdullah, meaning he did not answer him, he did not answer his question. He did not teach me to not pay attention to him at that time. Allah soprano data revealed these correcting His Prophet

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obasa what

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he found and he turned away

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and

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because there came to him, the blind person who does a blind man prefer to have the label or Mcdo.

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So just because his blind man came to him, he found and he turned away.

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Now, what do we see over here?

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That in a way, Allah subhanaw taala is correcting His Messenger. Why? Because Adare has to have the best level, the highest type of of luck. And indeed the Messenger of Allah had the best of luck we're in luck, Allah, Allah hooligan are we wait

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for an ordinary person to do this to show a little bit of annoyance on their face, it's not a big deal. So many times we do it even to those people who can see, let alone those people who cannot see, we do it so many times. However, it does not reflect the Messenger of Allah.

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Because has an adult abroad, say add to

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the good deeds of those who are righteous are like the bad deeds of those who are very, very close to Allah. So the higher the level of a person is, the more is expected of him.

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So this is why it was not appropriate for the Messenger of Allah to frown, or even to turn away. This is why Allah slightly reprimanded him.

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But you must realize that in this reprimand is also a lot of gentleness and affection. Because look at the word urbosa.

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I told you it's the mildest type of firm.

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And then, it hasn't been said, Arbus, though whatever later and jackal

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that you found and you turned away because they're came to you a blind man, when a person is addressed directly, then the reprimand is much more severe.

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It hurts you even more.

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And if you're told indirectly, you get the message, but at the same time, you don't feel as bad. So remember that yes, he is being corrected here, is being slightly reprimanded corrected over here, you can say, however, in a very gentle manner.

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So I was I was Oh Allah, and jehol Arma. Allah says, woman, you Rica. And what would make you perceive what make you realize you meaning or profits are among the silent learner? Who is that perhaps he might be purified? Who

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have the label to the one who came to you the blind man who came to you? How do you know? Perhaps he might be purified? Meaning perhaps if you paid attention to him, perhaps if you taught him something? Perhaps if you answered his question at that time, he would really benefit from it, he would really improve because of that. How do you know? Meaning How could you just make that judgment over there, that you do not need to answer his question at that time?

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Remember that the reason why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not answer of the legend McDowell, meaning he did not pay much attention to him at that time was because of his own he had and what was his HDF

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that he had the option of responding to two people.

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One was a Muslim, and the other was non Muslim. One was eager to listen to him the other was not eager to listen to him. The one who was eager to listen to you who's already a believer, if you don't answer him, now, you can talk to him later. They will listen to you later.

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But the person you finally got a hold off. And finally they're listening to you. If you don't speak to them, now, you might lose that chance again.

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So this is the reason why the prophets are allowed to sit on paid attention to the Quraysh and he did not pay attention to at the level of doom at this point. But Allah subhanaw taala corrected him that will allow you to recur, how do you know that Allahu jezika, perhaps of the living room of dunya zakka, he would have purified himself, meaning he would have really improved from what you would teach him.

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Oh, yeah, that girl, or he would be reminded for 10 farhood Lika. And the reminder would benefit. How do you know perhaps something that you teach him at that time would remind him he would take a lesson from it photon, Pharaoh had the clock and the reminder would

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really benefit him? Meaning How could you lose that opportunity?

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How could you ignore him? How could you not pay attention to him?

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There I know who he is zaca Oh yeah, the CO photographer with the car.

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Now there are a number of lessons that we learned from this incident and from these verses in particular.

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First of all, we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not fabricate the Quran himself. This is not his own word. Because if it was his own word, he would not address himself in this way.

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So the fact that he has been corrected, in these ayat, his mistake has been pointed out. This is an evidence that the Quran was actually revealed to him. This is the word of Allah.

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So, these I add, first of all, show to us that this Quran is the word of Allah, not the word of the Prophet sallallahu.

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Then in these is the elite of Makkah, and after them, all of the arrogant people are also being warned, they're being informed, that the blind man is better than you. Although you are seeing and you may be wealthier, but that blind man is much better than what does it show to us?

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That what makes a person better in the sight of Allah is not as well. Not his ability to see. Not his smartness and intelligence and worldly status.

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But rather, it is his Deen It is his Eman. It is his eagerness to learn more.

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Because look at how Allah soprano Dada is talking about Abdullah McDowell, that woman You reek Allah Allah who is how do you know he could have purified himself? Oh, he had the courage, he could have taken a lesson further and further with the crowd wherever you told him it would benefit him.

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So what makes a person better in the sight of Allah is not his wealth, but rather, it is a man. It is his sincerity, his eagerness to learn.

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And we see that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he had so much love and respect in a way for our beloved or McTell that afterwards whenever the Lebanese doctor would come, he would say greetings to him on whose account Allah approached me.

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More haben women have any feeling you have been

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waiting for the one welcome

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for who saved my Lord, he reproached me. So we see that true honor is with what Eman and the eagerness to learn not with one's wealth and status.

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Also, we learned desire that a person who is eager a person who is interested, he is more likely to benefit he is more likely to remember he is more likely to improve compared to a person who is not interested.

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At the moment, he came with the desire to learn more.

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I Lim Nima lemma con la

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the Machina maka, they were sitting over there, but without any desire to learn. They had no interest. What does Allah say? What value did econda Allah who is aka they don't purify themselves? Perhaps he will purify himself? Why? Why is he more likely to do that? Because he was more eager. So the one who is more eager to learn is the one who is more likely to benefit.

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What makes a person successful in his learning in his work, whatever he's doing is what it is his desire, it is his interest, the interest has to be there.

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And we see that at the library.

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He was very, very eager, which is why he would come and learn from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and Eve definitely benefited much more than other people.

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We see that he was one of those Sahaba who migrated very early to Medina. And when he went to Medina, so many people embraced Islam and his hands, along with masabi been away. And he taught so many people the Quran as well.

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And later on, the profits are a lot of fun when he would go for battles, many times he would leave at the library room of doom as the leader as the one who was in charge.

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So who is more likely to benefit? Who is more likely to Excel to improve to go farther

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than one who has interest? Not the one who just has more? Well, not this the one who has more intelligence? No, it's not intelligence alone that matters, its eagerness.

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And this is very, very true. That people who showed interest in something, they excel very quickly. And those who don't show interest, it takes them years and they're still stuck where they're starting.

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Like for example, there are girls who

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For instance, when they get married, they show interest in family life, they show interest in, you know, raising children and keeping a family, then what happens very quickly they learn how to cook and how to maintain things and how to please their husbands and how to please their families. And those who don't show that much interest what happens after so many years, even they say, I feel so distant from my husband, I still can't get used to all of this stuff, why

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there is no interest.

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Similarly, a person goes to a new country, and they show interest in the language, in the culture in whatever is available over there, very quickly, they will benefit.

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But if a person thinks that no back home, it was so good, back home, everything was so nice. Okay, you live in back home, then what will happen, you will never be able to do anything when you are.

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So what makes you excel, what makes you successful is what what's the key, interest desire.

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And whatever you show interest in you will get better at it, you will improve in it.

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So anything you want to improve in, whether it's your family life, or it's your friends, or anything at all your work your studies show interest,

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then we also learn from these is that a person should never ever judge another on their appearance,

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on their disability, on their apparent deficiency, their inability, because you don't know the potential within them.

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You don't know the potential within them.

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Now, for example, if there comes a blind person, if there comes a person who has some kind of disability, you say, oh, what are they going to do?

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They're not that intelligent. They're not that wealthy. What are they going to do?

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But you don't know the potential within them? What does Allah subhanaw taala say over here? Well, now you know who he is.

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You never know.

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This is very true, that for example, if you treat teenagers as children, they will always remain children. But if you treat them like adults, like grownups, as responsible individuals, capable individuals, and what will happen, they will also show that.

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So, never judge a person just based on their appearance or their inability or their deficiency, that, oh, they can't do this. You don't know the potential within that person. You may think that someone isn't capable of doing something, but if Allah subhanaw taala has brought them, if Allah has given them the trophies, they are willing, they are eager, then do not ignore them.

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Do not ignore them, especially if someone is eager. They show interest.

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And sometimes on the apparent we say, Oh, this person cannot really do much. They don't have this skill, they don't have that skill. They don't have disability, that ability. They can't do much. But you never know.

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If they're interested, they have the desire to work for them to serve the to learn to the give them a chance.

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She's mentioning of this person who is blind, and he's a teacher. And he was selling what how when he was interested in learning, he went to many, many places, many people and he showed interest in learning, but nobody really gave that much important thinking or he's unable he is blind. What is he going to do?

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Many people ignored him. But look at hamdulillah somebody must have paid attention to him and how he excelled.

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So we think just because a person has one inability, or maybe their English is not that strong, so they cannot talk to people. Their reading is too weak, so they cannot do anything. They don't look that beautiful, so they can't do much work. No, don't judge people on their appearance. Don't just disqualify someone completely simply because they suffer from one disability, one deficiency

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musasa did you not have a weakness? Yes, when he would speak, he would stutter. He wasn't able to speak clearly. When I occurred to you being he wasn't even able to express himself clearly. But Allah subhanaw taala still chose him. Why? Because he had another special quality which others did not have. He preferred him even over his brother house donor I sent him who perhaps did not have that disability. So we are no one's to disqualify people completely disregard them simply because they don't meet our standards. When a person shows interest, eagerness desire, give them a chance, you don't know the true potential within.

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Then we also learned these out that a person who is eager, he will do better, even though he has a disability,

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even though he lacks in some way or the other because he is eager because he is interested He will definitely do better despite his disability. And isn't this true?

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We see so many people who suffer many many disabilities however,

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What happens to them?

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When they're interested in something they go much farther, they excel much more compared to others.

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Then we also learn these if that attention must be given to the person who is serious in his desire to learn, regardless of his status, regardless of his rank.

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So, for example, I believe in Mcdo, Joe and who he came, and he had a lot of eagerness to learn. And when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam turned away from him a lot reveal these I act that No, don't do this, don't turn away from him, you give him attention.

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So any person who shows interest, it is the responsibility of the teacher, it is the responsibility of the diary, to focus on them, to pay attention to them.

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Why? Because they deserve that.

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This is why we see that a person who asks something, and the other knows the answer, but he still does not give the answer, then what's the punishment for him who does not give the answer does not share that knowledge? Or do my own Wilkie Amity, very genuine enough? Isn't it so he is concealing that knowledge hiding that knowledge from someone who is interested in learning, because only the person who is interested is going to ask

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the person who's questioning you? You know the answer, you don't tell them, You keep that knowledge with yourself, you don't share it with them, there is a huge punishment for that in the hereafter.

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So it is the responsibility of the teacher of a diary. Any person who is involved in this work in any way, that when a person shows interest and seriousness, focus on them, pay attention to them.

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And we see that those people who are not that interested, then a person must not chase them, he must not go after them. Because we see over here the Michigan omaka they had no interest.

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And the profits are about us and I was giving them attention. What does Allah say

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that more important than them is who is blind man?

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Because the deen of Allah is not cheap. The Deen of Allah is not insignificant is not weak, that you are desperately running after people please do this, please do this at while they're saying No, thank you. No, thank you. I'm too busy, I'm unavailable. This is not for me. No, you should go to who those who are interested. And those who are not interested, Don't run after them.

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Because the novela is not weak, it's not cheap.

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And we see that there are many Sahaba, who showed a lot of interest in learning the D.

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And when a person shows interest in learning the dean, he should be given attention to for example, we see the lemon or basil dinner, and he was very young with the profit sort of artisan Ambassador with. But what would he do? He would go and ask the elders or however many, many questions he would learn from them. And how would he go and question them? Would you just go knock on their doors and ask them to come out? and answer his questions? No, he would go sit outside, wait for so long, until they themselves would come. And when they would come and they would see him. They would say why didn't you knock? Why didn't you just call us overridable our and who also he was so eager. He left

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everything. He was of the harbor sofa, who didn't take any time out to even go and make money. So we see the eagerness of a person is determined by what

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the level of his sacrifice

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the level of his sacrifice, the more a person is willing to sacrifice.

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The more opportunity he should be given, the more attention he should be given.

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And a person who's not willing to accommodate a person who's not willing to sacrifice Then why are you making the deen so cheap that you are running after being desperate? Know, the deen of Allah deserves, deserves respect. It is a Deen that Allah subhanaw taala has sent so that it becomes law had not so that it is belittled by those who reject it by those who say, Sorry, we're too busy for you. Sorry, we cannot do this. No.

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Because when a person is going after someone who is saying no, no, no, then he seems very desperate, isn't it? Then he will do anything just to accommodate them.

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So over here, we see a lot of panel data is correcting the messenger that no you don't go after these people rather, you pay attention to who the one who is interesting.

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Because there are some people who when they do something for the team, they think is Oh, they're doing a favor. Like we learned about the moon if you think about the Bedouins and sort of hydrolat that he mo noona alayka and assalamu. They show a favor to you that they have become Muslim.

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They considered a favor, that they're learning something that they're teaching something that they're volunteering in some way.

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Say tell them colletta Manu aleja Islamic humble in La Jolla.

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nonlegal ally is doing a huge favor to you that he's giving you this opportunity.

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So a person must go pay attention to who

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those who are interested in the

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and those who are not interested, then you don't belittle the dean for their sake.

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Another very important thing that we must realize we must remember from these items that are delivered to when he interrupted the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it doesn't mean that that interruption was okay. It doesn't mean that it's okay for a person to go and interrupt the other when he's doing something important. Because Oh, I'm so eager, I'm so interested in really want to learn. So it's okay for me to interrupt. No, it wasn't okay. But it was okay for him. Why? Because he was blind.

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So this shows to us that the blind are of those who are the handicap members of the society, and the handicapped members of the society, whatever handicap whatever disability they have, they are excused for the errors they make because of their disability.

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If they make some error, if they commit some mistake, then they are excused from that. Why? Because they did it because of their disability of the life in omak. To him he came in interrupted because he did not see. He could not tell what was going on. This is why Allah subhanaw taala tells us and so many sources of the Quran that lays out an aroma, halogen, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, I don't know, really, how about you? There's no blame on them.

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So such people have a special, right? They have a special concession. And if for example, they are pardoned for some error, or they are given some extra assistance, some extra help some extra time, or they're excused from some matters, then remember, this is not favoritism.

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Because some people have a problem, or why is the handicapped parking spot right next to the store? I mean, that's not fair.

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I come early. No, it is fair. Why?

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They have a reason. They have a genuine reason to park over there. And if that parking spot is reserved for them, it's not because it's favoritism. It's because they have that need.

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Similarly, if there is a person who is taking a particular class, or course, and they're given some extra help, or they're given extra time on the test, or they're provided some extra assistance, that other people should not feel Oh, look, this is favoritism. No, it's not that they're double standards. This is not double standards. This is that extra help concession is given to them because of their disability.

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The similarity we see that our Abdullah bin omac Doom, he was pardoned over here. Why? Because of his disability. It's not okay for those who can see that they go and interrupt. Because we have learned into the 100. The kind of respect that Sahaba were taught to have towards the Prophet sallallahu Sallam led to the move, don't even get ahead.

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Don't disrespect in any way. So it was okay at this occasion, simply because of his disability.

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That almost has a moment of stillness. As for he who thinks himself without need. As for he who is governor, what does it stop? No, me is still not is to consider oneself to be funny, to consider oneself to be rich, that I don't need the other. I don't need this.

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So the one who thinks himself self sufficient, meaning he thinks that he does not need a law he doesn't need a man he doesn't need the dean. He doesn't need to work for the dean serve the dean unleavened istana

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And who is this referring to primarily the elite the machine of Makkah who are sitting in that gathering?

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And why is it that they considered themselves rich and free of need? Because they were wealthy?

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So there are people who consider themselves in No need of religion. Why because they were the status I have so much Well, I don't need to follow the religion. I don't need to do this. Their status deceives them

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I have this I have that amendment stoner for under the hood a solder to him you give attention. You're giving attention to him? The one who shows is a no need of you. Why are you giving attention to him?

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You don't make the Dean's are cheap. You don't belittle the dean for their sake.

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The solder is from the roof letters slot that Yeah.

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And sodium so that is such sound that comes back to you. So what is it Echo,

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Echo and dust Leah? It's used for clapping, Makana Salatu Illa mocha and what does the other prayer is not

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Except mocha and whistling and just the A clapping and does not dare leap for Angela who does our data set daily is to hear one's own voice, meaning you're talking to someone, and the words are bouncing back at you.

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You're talking to them, but they're coming back to you. So far under the hood Asada. You're giving him so much attention, so much attention, that you're talking to them, but they're not interested at all. You care to attend them while they're not interested for underload Casa de

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warmer la la zerker. And not upon you is any blame if he is not purified?

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Well, Malaika, meaning it's not your fault. It's not your concern. You're not at fault. And lay has occurred and he does not purify himself, who does not purify himself.

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The one who is the owner, the one who is not interested in improving himself.

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You're giving so much attention to him. Why are giving so much attention to him? If he doesn't benefit, if he doesn't improve himself, you're not at fault. Why aren't you at fault?

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Why shouldn't you feel guilty about it? Because your responsibility is simply to convey, and when you've done your job, then you don't need to feel bad. You don't need to feel guilty.

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Now these should be understood properly as well. It doesn't mean that just because someone is not interested, you don't give them a chance. No, you don't give them a chance. You do talk to them. However, you don't pay them so much attention that others who deserve your attention are being ignored.

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So we're Malaika alayah zecca there's no harm on you. You're not responsible for their purification, your responsibility is only to convey

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a moment jack is but as for he who comes to you striving running Yes sir. Sir, he shows effort running. So as for the one who is coming to you running, meaning he's so eager to learn and who is this referring to? Or the label on Mattoon. What do I share while he fears he has Hershey Allah, He is humble. And remember she has with knowledge he has knowledge he wants to change he wants to improve. If here's Allah wa yaksha for anti Nutella her from him You are distracted. You shouldn't be distracted from him.

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dolla dolla Harrison newsletters, Lam how well and what is low distraction something that occupies you so much that you are distracted from that which is more important.

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So for untangled Allaha from him, you are distracted. Someone is running to you. Here listening to you so eager to learn. I limonene in my local law is requesting you again and again. With so much respect Yasuda law, and you're distracted from him.

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You can't pay attention to him, you're paying attention to others who are not interested.

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Can No no, no. What is Konami? No, don't do this. Don't do this for this is not right. This is not proper. You should pay attention to those who are interested and those who are not interested. Don't bother with the color. Don't do this.

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In tequila, indeed, this is a reminder, what is a reminder, these verses this surah. This is a reminder, a reminder for who, for all people, and in this incident and these verses are many, many lessons as we discuss them earlier. And every person can take a lesson of something that would benefit

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that for us. What's the biggest lesson that we can take? We should have more interest in the deen we should have more desire to learn the deen to serve the because if we have the desire, only then we have value only then we have some rank in the sight of Allah. And if we don't have that desire, we don't have that interest. We think that we are above the deen then we have no value cannot inherit that Kira. Indeed, it is a reminder from insha Allah, so whoever wills may remember it. Whoever wants he can take a lesson from it. The message is for everyone. It is open to all but it depends on who wants to take a lesson.

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We listen to the recitation.

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This means

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you're walking

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ready to go

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Move on.

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Lesson Did you take for yourself

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something that's very, very important for a student of knowledge, or a person who wants to serve the dean, someone who is interested in being is that he must have the desire, the burning desire.

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If he has that desire to do something to learn, that Allah has also given the opportunity.

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Then look at how Allah is telling his prophet that you pay attention to him, who the one who shows interest.

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So imagine if he's telling his prophet that you pay attention to him? What does it mean that Allah will create opportunities for that person. So we have to have the burning desire to do something to learn. And when we have it, Allah will give it to us. And if we don't have that desire,

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then remember that Allah is rich, Allah is Ronnie, he does not need us. We need him.

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Can with F mothers of children, you have to see your children, some children, they really want to learn, they understand the ability, the eagerness, so if you find that the children want to learn, because sometime I feel bad, the children, the families who really want to read the Quran they want to memorize, but they don't get help. And many times, you know, when children for example, they're asking questions, out of eagerness to learn, we say don't ask, be quiet, go read something, go play with your toys. But if somebody is asking a question, that means they're interested in learning.

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So whoever they are, regardless of their age, pay attention to them.

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Don't ignore them. Especially when children are learning how to talk. And they're discovering many things that keep asking what is this? And why is it like this?

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So many times parents get offended, they get irritated, don't get irritated. Pay attention. Because if you listen to him, he will listen to you.

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We learned about how to set our priorities straight and progress priorities. And that's really important to prepare for the Hereafter, which is what this shows is about.

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Exactly. That, who should you give priority to? What should you give priority to do that, which is more important than the one who shows more interest?

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sonica there's a boy that I know. I think he's autistic. When you talk to him, he doesn't pay attention, and you're so distracted from the class. And so part of it like last time, we're asking him to reset the neuron. And then I never expect that this child would recite the Quran and then he did. And this vanilla like it just that we shouldn't like judge people by dusting the surface. We should be like carrying and then trying to pass it off. Yes, unfortunately, we are very judgmental. We think, well, this person only has done high school, or they've only done grade 10. Or they're from that country, or they are from this place. They're from this family. And we completely

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disregard disqualify people, we judge people to quickly give them a chance.

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I just wanted to relate something from this sutra, in terms of the class that we just had a sickness and health, that what is a true disability? That sister Association went over it very clearly what is a true disability and what is a long term disability? I think we should all as students of knowledge, we should keep those things in mind because sometimes we make the slightest excuses. I have cramps today or have had it today. I can't do this. I cannot sit down. I cannot sit up I have to sit in the back of the class. I can't. There's look at the true disability that this harbor had. Yet he had so much eagerness that he you know, he could have been like, Oh, I can't see. Let me just

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sit and there's something else about him too. Because at one time he had said that I can't come to the machine. It's too far. I believe it was this companion and he said because I'm blind the process and said to him, Do you here doesn't follow doesn't. And then he continued coming to just a like a continued coming to the method meaning he didn't stop there. So we make the slightest of excuses of every single thing. We really need to check ourselves and really need to be conscious. If we are eager, we will do whatever it takes to be here. We will do whatever it takes to fulfill our commitment here. Not small things like this. Like it's to my head hurts. You know, I just cannot sit

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to for too long. It's not that long. Actually. I was asking somebody about

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Someone discussing an issue with them that why is it that they sit at the back? Because there's some people I get really sad when I see them continuously at the back. So I spoke to them, I spoke to their family as well, because I want them to get better I want them to get out of it. And the reason was that maybe I have to go to the washroom. What if I have to go?

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The thing is that if you are interested in the class, you put your heart and mind and everything into it, you forget the bathroom, you will. And when you stand up, then you'll remember it, then you can go.

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So put your mind and heart eagerness into this work. And whatever you get fully immersed into you forget every other issue.

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So this is what is needed from us. interest, desire, creating eagerness, and when you will have that you will overcome your disability, you will overcome your weakness. I'm sure there are many among you who could not even think about sitting on the floor for so long. But now you're sitting.

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And if you have that knowledge that you can share for another person, then don't be in competition with others. If you have doubts that you can share, then help the other person out. Maybe somebody does not have the ability to take good notes. And if you could share your notes, then that's something that's helpful to the other. But if you're competing with them and thinking that well, these are my notes, and I put in all this effort.

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It's not your aptitude that determines your altitude. It's your attitude that determines

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what determines your success is not your qualification, but it's your attitude towards it and how interested are you? So I'm Alec was thinking about my friend whenever she's somewhere and she see me from far away. And she said, Oh, Salam alikoum sister, and she's with non Muslim sometimes because she converted Muslim. And she said to them, she's my sister, like, she wants to come with me. She wanna leave them. She said, I have to go. She's my sister, I have to talk to her. She showed them like, the Muslim sister is more important than some people when you meet them, they don't give you like, important. Yeah. And by the way, she she likes her less amazing. Mashallah.

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When your children are interested in something, a lot of the kids nowadays, they don't want to do it because they're discouraged by their parents, like, Oh, no, you can't do it. And so they say like, you know what, my mother is just going to tell me that I don't know how to do it, so I'm not going to do it. So then you just kill the interest rate there. So even if they're two years old, they're 22 years old, they're 32 years old, if they're interested in and you know how to teach them, then just teach them because these people are asking because they want to learn it.

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And sometimes it's possible that you are not able to help them, you're not able to accommodate them. So if you're not able to help them, accommodate them yourself, at least, show them something else that they can do, direct them to somebody else who can help them but never say no, to someone who wants to learn

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just these two points, I was kind of connecting the beginning of the store to the end of the previous one where unless one fella says that the Why are they asking you about the day of judgment because he the professor, some didn't have knowledge of it, and then here, that's how I thought of saying how do you know like he may have attained like clarity. So it's like, you know, the people, they're asking him things like when it's a day of judgment, where something as simple as that the Prophet system doesn't know about the unseen that Allah subhanaw taala hasn't told him about, and also how the character of the prophet SAW some so great that he's being corrected or on something so

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small, and I was thinking how previously we learned about muscle as I was being told to speak to Pharaoh kindly. And I was thinking that that's something we all need to work on. Because if we're the ones conveying the message, that it doesn't matter how the other person is we have to maintain our level.

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color in the hotel Kiera? Indeed these verses are a reminder from insha Allah so whoever wills may remember it. And this reminder, what is it it is the Quran and the Quran is so magnificent, that feels so helpful mocha Rama, it is recorded in honor cheats, the score on it is written, it is recorded on Soho. So have is a plural of sohar if which is a plural of Sahiba.

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It's the plural of Soho, which is a plural of Sahiba. So he finds a singular

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so basically sort of his German origin and so he is a page a sheet and many pages sheets together what do they form books.

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So it is recorded in sheets meaning in a book that is mocha Rama that is honored mocha Rama from the root letter scarf I mean, the cream is to honor respect something or someone and maka Rama my fruit, one that is to be respected one that must be shown other

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Do

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what is a chore to us?

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that any parchment any sheet, any piece of paper, any book on which the Quran is written, then it is macabre. It is to be honored, it is to be respected, it is noble, because it is macabre in the sight of who in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala. So, if it is Makarova in His sight, then what does it mean that we also show respect to it? We also show honor to it

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but many times we see that people make this excuse that the I went for Ramadan over there people have gone on the floor. So, what's the big deal if you put it on the floor?

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I mean, you know, this is just our culture that give respect to put it on the table and no, you serve a mocha Lama and mar 14 Muta Hara exalted metaphora and Mata Hara purified

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now what are these scrolls What are these sheets on which the Quran is written?

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Remember that initially when the Quran was being revealed, it was not in a book form, but rather people wrote it were on whatever sheets they had available, whether it was a wood or bone or anything they had, they would write it on it.

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So so have reversed to the serve that on which the Quran is written and mainly, it is referring to the local modules in which the Quran is written and not just the little homophobe, but also the sheets that are with the angels who write as they're mentioned, in the following verses.

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So another characteristic of these sheets in which the Quran is written in the Quran, Allah says what for what for is that which is innovative, raised a pie compared to others.

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So how is it meant for that it is elevated by being in the heavens and before how else by being exalted in its status compared to other sheets, other scriptures?

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So the Koran it status is exalted compared to every other book.

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Every other book what is more important? The Quran

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so not for it, but the hora What does it mean well, not the hora that which is completely purified. That which is free from any impurity, whether tangible or intangible.

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So the Quran is Mata hora, purified exalted above the touch of the devils. It is Mata hora from every field from every impurity, whether it is tangible or intangible, intangible impurities such as Shin Cofer, anything that does not make sense, meaning it's not in the Quran. The Quran is pure.

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The text of the Quran is pure, it does not teach anything that is impure. The Quran does not promote anything that is indecent. No, everything the Quran teaches is pure Muta Hara

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and also the shows to us that the scripture the original must have in the lower folder that which is with the angels is Mota hora, it is cleaned from physical impurities.

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This teaches us that the Quran that we have, we should also keep it clean.

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I want you to smell your must have

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because many times what happens is that we put it on the table we put it in the bag and we're writing with sweaty hands and we don't care about the cleanliness of themselves.

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We are so concerned about the cleanliness of our hands and I will close they should smell good.

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Look at your most health in detail. how clean Is it because we're using it a lot. With sweaty hands. Sometimes what happens is that the cover becomes a little dirty.

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keeping those have clean, wipe clean with a clean cloth, perhaps put some nice fragrance on it, some metal on it

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so that it smells good because you see if it smells good, if it's clean, then you will also want to hold it You will also want to read it and if it's dirty, it's not that clean has scribbles everywhere. pages are kind of bent. There what's going to happen.

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What's going to happen every time you open a massage your mood is also going to become lighter

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because it affects your mood.

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So my 14 motto hora, it is clean, it is to be kept clean, purified and it's also purified from additions from deficiencies meaning Nothing can be added to it Nothing can be taken out from it.

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So in these are basically we see the very high, the very exalted status of the

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bat at Sephora, carried by the hands of messenger angels, the ad this plan is in the hands of Sephora. Sephora is a pluralist

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surface or it is a Florida Sophie's from the roof letters seen for just as the word cat it is a Florida cat. Cafe is a singular off. Cat. cafe. Singular what's the floor? Cat photo? and Catherine? singular off Kesava similarly surface singular off sefar Okay,

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so Sasha as well as one singular Safford, the others, Sophie.

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Now kita a book is called sift

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Kamata. Did he marry? Yeah. As far as safer, safer is what a book. Why? Because Sephora literally means to unveil something was super either a spell. And remember, literally the word is used for when a woman unveiled her face Sephora tomorrow when a woman unveiled her face when she exposes it to literally what does it mean to unveil something

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and to unveil it, and also to make it clear, to make it visible.

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Like when you're exposing something you are showing it in detail. So this is why it's also used for writing. Because when you write something, then what are you doing? You're making it

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clear, you're clarifying it.

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So seven is a scribe, a writer who is a scribe or writer because when he writes he is also clarifying. He's also exposing something.

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And Safina on the other hand, what does that mean? Ambassador? The person who goes back and forth between two people.

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What does it mean? ambassador, the one who goes back and forth between two people. Just as we learned from a hadith that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam married maimunah and have

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a beloved Leonardo, he said that we're going to sephirah in Houma. I was the ambassador, the messenger between the two men before the marriage, any message that have to go between the two I was doing that. I was basically communicating between the two.

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So Sofia, Zoo, Ambassador.

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Now we at Sephora, Sephora over here means two things, first of all, scribes and secondly, messengers. So the angels are described in two ways. First of all, that there are scribes there, right? What do they write their writer, the text of the Quran from the local are fooled into what they have.

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So be at Sephora. And secondly, they are called messenger angels. Why? Because they are the ones who bring the way from Allah, to the messengers of Allah. So they are the link between Allah and the messenger.

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So be at Sephora. What does it mean that that Allah sent this code onto the messenger? And this Quran was sent through? Through who gibreel who is who is a Sufi, meaning an ambassador, Allah sent him Allah as ambassador. And secondly, the Quran is carried by who angels who are scribes and these are kill Armin Noble. Bharara beautiful. pyramid is a Florida of Kadeem, who is cutting someone who is noble, dignified, distinguished in his rank.

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So they're killing him. I know it'll be him noble in the sight of Allah subhana wa tada and they're also about Allah, but Allah is the plural of the word.

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Just as savage and Sephora Bharara

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Savage. You may say that bow and Savage, don't reuse and we'll do that.

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It's unfair in both of them, it's actually bad is that changes into valve. Okay, so that is, what's the floor? Sephora Bharara.

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So Kiran Bharara, who is above person, someone who is very, very righteous, very obedient, very beautiful. Someone who performs many, many good deeds.

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So we see over here that these are the angels who are the carriers of the Quran, with whom is the Quran, who bring the Quran? How does the loss of pantalla describe them? That they are very honorable, and they also very obedient. Their character is mentioned their deeds. I mentioned Why are they honorable because of the work that they do?

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And they're also honorable because they're very beautiful. And they're better, that they're also very obedient, very righteous.

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What does it show that our carrier of the Quran someone who is harming us

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Then what character suits them of obedience to the Lord is obedience? obedience?

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If you are a carrier of the Quran, then you must be obedient to your Lord.

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You must be obedient to your Lord. Why? Out of respect that Allah has given you the Quran to remember the onto learn. He has given you the Quran to understand.

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