Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 30 – L309E

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Ash-Shams-Ash-Sharh Tafsir Ad-Duha 1-11

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eligibility mi*. languaging Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim

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that's number 309 sudo to Hell is number one to 11

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sudo to Doha is a Maki surah.

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And it was revealed after sort of Vegeta

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Bismillahirrahmanirrahim What the hell? well lately either such a man with dark or buka, woman color, by the morning brightness. And by the night when it covers with darkness, your Lord has not taken leave of you, nor has he tested you.

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Allah subhanaw taala addresses His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he swears by a blue hair. And of the hair, as you know, is the first part of the day, the morning light, when the light is bright in itself, and it's also warm, it's also giving out heat. And this is the time when everything is visible, everything is bright and clear.

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What the hell, we're laylee either cetera. And by the night when it covers with darkness, completely opposite of Baja. The word surger is from the root letters seen Jean well,

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and so do is to become calm. It is to cover something up,

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said gentlemen,

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is when a dead person when the body of the deceased is covered with a sheet.

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So when it's covered with a sheet, it's hidden, whatever is underneath is hidden. The word sagia therefore gives us two meanings. First of all, it gives the meaning of hiding, covering something. And secondly, it also gives a meaning of becoming stale, becoming calm, tranquil. Because when there is a dead body presence somewhere out of respect, and out of grief, those who are around what happens to them, they become completely calm and quiet.

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So when layli, et cetera, what does it mean by sagia of the night, meaning when it becomes still, when the darkness becomes still, when it envelops everything with its darkness, and everything becomes quiet and still. So it's referring to, you can say, a very deep part of the night in the sense that it's not the beginning of the night. Nor is it the end of the night. Rather, it is the middle of the night either. sagia

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just as though her extreme brightness and warmth and life and radiance, such a dead silent, quiet, you don't hear anyone. You don't see anything. No birds are chirping, no animals are there, no one lady either.

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This is the costume. And Allah says malwa dark or booger your Lord has not taken leave you with Mr. Koller nor has he tested you what the well then there is to leave something and what there are, this is the more intensified form, and which is also to leave something, but in particular, it gives a meaning of drifting away from someone or something, to say farewell to a traveler, to see off someone. So it is to leave someone sees someone off and drift away from them. And it also gives meaning of deliberately leaving someone separating from them. So now with darker buka your Lord has not left you. He has not said farewell to you. He has not drifted away from you. No one are Allah,

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nor has he hated you. Allah kaufland Yeah. And color is to hate someone or something to an extreme to the test someone or something. Why? Because you're upset with them. Why are you upset because of the wrongs that they have done? We have learned earlier that Lutheranism said to his people will call in nelia armonico, minion, Colleen, that I am of those who detest who hate what you do. I hate what you do. I hate your actions. So will mark Allah, he has not hated you know, instead, he loves you.

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Allah does not dislike you. Instead, Allah loves you, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was the most beloved of all people of his time to unlock the prime data. And this is why Allah had selected him. Allah had chosen him to be the final messenger to be the messenger of the best nation to be hardened when nabin

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and we see that Allah subhanaw taala loves his messenger so much instead of food I have 48 we learn what's the hook Mira deca for in NACA br umina for in Mecca via uni now we

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Watching you, we are observing you.

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Instead of the sharara we learned that Lydia Raka Hina Taku The one who sees you when you're standing in prayer, what the con Luba cytidine. And you're going about amongst those people who pray, so all of your activities, everything a lot watches you. So what does it show that Allah loves his messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there is no way that he disliked him, no matter what dark or booger woman color, and he loved him so much and that instead of the shy of four, we learn what a foreigner can a crock? Who is it that you praise? Whose name is it that you make famous? Who is it that you watch, you observe, you are always concerned about them about their well being someone whom

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you love.

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So mela, dark or Buddha, when your Lord has not abandoned you, nor has he hated, you know, he loves you. And his help is also with you. His assistance is also with you.

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Now, with regards to these IRAs, it is said that there was a time in my career when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did not receive revelation for quite some time. And when the revelation did not come, he felt that perhaps a loss of data was upset with him.

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It's only natural that if somebody doesn't speak to you for some time, you don't get an email from them. You don't get a phone call from them. You don't get a text message from them. You wonder, Did I do something wrong?

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Did I do something wrong? Are you upset with me?

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So the profits are a lot of sudden we had a very special relationship with his Lord, the wiring would be sent to him and when that why he did not come? He was afraid.

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So he has been reassured that No, your Lord has not abandoned you. Nor rather he is watching you. He observes everything you do.

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And while nacala he doesn't hate you, either, no way he loves you. Then we also learn in other narration It is said that once the prophets are a lot of sudden became ill. And he did not stand in prayer at night, for just a night or two. Why? Because he was extremely unwell. So he wasn't able to do that. So then a woman came to him and said, Oh, Muhammad, sallAllahu wasallam, I think that your devil has finally left him, meaning that you have been left, you have been abandoned. Now you're not going to do anything like this. So then these ayat will revealed, comforting the prophets of Allah, Allah.

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And if you notice how the customer has been sworn, that was her one lady, either such a brightness, D like life, energy, happiness, that is necessary.

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But at the same time, the darkness of the night Is that necessary as well, it is necessary. So where revelation was coming in, that was necessary, but at the same time, gaps were also given. pauses were also given in the middle, there was also photography, because that was also important. Why?

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Because when you're doing something constantly, one after the other, then what happens? You become tired, you become exhausted. So there needs to be a little bit of gap, a little bit of break. Like for example, you come here five days a week and and from the law, you get your Saturday, Sunday off, and then back to work on Monday. Why? Why do you need that time. Because when you get to rest, when you get to take a break, then you're able to perform better. So both of these times are necessary, where work hours are necessary. Break hours are also necessary. Both of them are essential.

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So we see that the profits are a lot of them is being comforted that just because we're he did not come for some time doesn't mean your Lord is upset with you. No, he's not upset. He's just giving you a little bit of break. So that you can perform your duty in a much better way.

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You can get refreshed and you can have more energy, and you can do your work in a much more efficient way. Because when a person keeps running, running, running, yes, the running does become easier for him. However, eventually a time comes when he feels rundown, he feels out of energy out of steam. So for that you need a little bit of break. And then you can continue.

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So 100 alone, we have a break coming up as well for a few weeks and then inshallah we can continue again.

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Because both are necessary. It's not correct that a person just takes a break that is endless, and he doesn't start he doesn't resume. No break has to be there, but only for some time.

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So now what darker aboukir color and during this time a person should not think that Allah is angry with me, he's upset with me. I'm not going to feel so for these four weeks, or for these few weeks that we have, we're not going to be doing anything. Maybe allies have said no.

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A person should not think like that. Rather, you should have positive thinking about his Lord. He should have

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have the intention to do good to continue and Allah will give him the peak.

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So my word Darko buka,

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when a hero to hire laka mina oola and the Hereafter is better for you than the first. the Hereafter is better for you than the first meaning the first life of this present lunia

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the Hereafter is much better for you, how is it much better?

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Because we see that in dunya, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he underwent many hardships, many difficulties. And in the Hereafter, Allah soprano data has promised him great rewards many many rewards.

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So he has been informed that when a hero to hire a lucky winner oola the hereafter shall be better for you. Why? Because of all the honor and all the reward that is awaiting you mean an owner than the

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sum of several occur over here refers to the latter period of life of his prophethood compared to alula, the initial phase.

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So this was revealed in Makkah, where the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was facing a lot of hardship. So he has been comforted that yes, there is hardship there is difficulty. People are opposing you. They say that your devil has left you know the villa. This is difficult, but don't worry, the latter period will be much better, it will be much easier. It will be much better. And we see that this in fact happened when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam migrated to Medina, he was gifted with the best of companions, those who were so obedient, those who loved him, respected him obeyed Him,

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did not question him. They were willing to fight at his command, they were willing to do anything at his command.

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So well accurate Ohio law communal owner

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in Makkah, where there was so much restriction, so many difficulties in Medina, they had their own master with the profit sort of artisan who would lead people in Santa

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in Makkah, where he had no authority in Medina, he was the one who was given authority by the Muslims, the Jews as well as the machine. So he was like a main figure in Medina.

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So when, you know to highroller come in, and Allah seminary at the beginning, the way it wasn't, I mean, the Quran, its revelation was not complete, but later on what happened

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to lacantina the Quran was completed, the revelation was completed, the religion was perfected. So well as you know, to highroller camino oola in so many different ways, good news is being given to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and with regards to the Hereafter, the reward that Allah has reserved for him. For instance, if you just look at one reward, which is mahkamah hamidah, that itself is an amazing reward such an honorable reward,

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that Macondo mahamudra station, a place where the profits on a lot of them will be brought to, and over there, he will praise Allah, and people will also praise Him,

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He will praise Allah because Mahmoud praise where the station so people will praise Him the overload around even the prophets of Allah, the owner of some of the messengers, all of them will praise Him, and those who are not able to get to that level only he will be given that level.

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And then he will do Shankara he will request a loss of data to begin the judgment. And before that, people will go to so many messengers so many prophets requesting

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that please ask your Lord to begin the judgment, but when they will go to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he will go into Shiva. So a common Mahmoud what El Camino Allah, the Hereafter is much better for you than this linear

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one. So for your book, a fatter bar, and your Lord is going to give you and you will be satisfied. Very soon your Lord will give you what will they give you reward, ease in this dunya and in the Hereafter, and He will give you so much so much, that further you will become happy, you will become satisfied.

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And we see that in the hereafter Allah subhanaw taala has promised him many rewards so Allah will give you until you are pleased.

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And in the dunya your applica He will give you victory, success, great companions well so for your fleet or buka fatawa then you will become happy.

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Allah says enemy team and for our did he not find you an orphan and gave you a refuge? Why is this being said because in these are basically the profits or losses and it was being assured

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that help will come, victory will come, assistance will come. But when later, when an acid to hydrolock, Amina Allah.

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And for all the hardships that you're bearing there is reward, and where's that reward in the hereafter. So don't doubt that reward. Don't doubt that help. Don't doubt that assistance. Don't doubt that victory. Because look at your past. Look behind yourself. Look at your life, how Allah helped you before. If he helped you before, you think it's difficult for him to help you now that you're a messenger.

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If he helped you before he will help you now, if he defended you before, he will defend you now.

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If he saved you before he will save you know, your enemies cannot harm you. Let me do the karate man. Did he not find you an orphan? How was he an orphan, because even before he was born, his father had passed away. And when he was very young, still a child. What happened? His mother passed away. So at the age of a a demon, he found you an orphan for an hour, and he gave us shelter. Our up is to give shelter to someone to provide them a home to provide them a lodging.

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And how is it the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given Shelter by Allah, that, first of all, he was with his grandfather, he lived with his grandfather. And then when the grandfather passed away, he lived with

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his uncle until he got married. So this is something amazing that for our because if you think about the Arab society, was such in which the orphan had no rights, the orphan had no respect. We have learned earlier colorable law to criminally attend, you do not honor the orphan.

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You do not give any respect to him, you don't give him his rights.

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What's up guru naturopathic Lama, all the inheritance was consumed inheritance of who? The widows as well as the orphans.

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So, in the Arab society, an orphan child could never ever succeed. He could never survive for long. Why? Because his wealth was taken away. People would not care for him, people had no respect for him.

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So this is amazing that despite the fact that the profits are a lot of selling was an orphan. Look at the kind of therapy he was given. Because his uncle came in before that his grandfather came in. And his uncle, he supported him, he aided him, even though he did not believe in him. Isn't that amazing? So for our who gave you that refuge? Who gave you that protection? who provided you with that thought would be, would that differ with that defense? A loss. So if he took care of you before, he will take care of you now, if he defended you before, he will defend you now? Because it's amazing how he grew up to be a very successful person. Even before Prophethood we see that

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Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam How was he? so honest, so reliable, people respected him, people believed in Him, they trusted him. They deposited their Amana with him. Khadija Liana, she dealt with him with regards to her business a few times. And she proposed to him. What does that show? What amazing character, what amazing values he must have had morals, he must have had that people were attracted to him.

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And we see that these days, or even before, there are people who because they were orphans, they were exposed to many, a lot of ill treatment, a lot of unfair treatment, what happened, they grew up to be criminals, or they grew up to be extremely selfish, or they grew up as complete failures. So it's amazing that he was an orphan, yet he was so successful, who provided that for him? Allah Subhana Allah,

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who made that possible for him, Allah subhanaw taala. Because remember, that the people you deal with in your life, the places you go to in your life, the experiences you have in your life, all of this is also risk. All of this is also provision.

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If you look at the story of Musa Salah, remember how we learned when Allah subhanaw taala spoken with men to Allah subhanaw taala reminded him that we revealed to your mother to put you in the box so that she would put that box into the river. And then what happened? The wife of her own, she said kurata Lee wellock. So musasa was not killed. Who made that possible? Most of her Medina. I mean, it was a time where no child of the Bani Israel could survive. It was impossible. But he survived.

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And then he was brought up in the house of our own. And then when he committed that mistake, that murder

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How he went to Medi and in Meridian, he found a family, a wife a house to live in people who took him in people who welcomed him trusted him despite the fact they have no idea about his history. Can you imagine getting your daughter married off to someone who apparently murdered someone? But who made that possible? A loss of Hannah subhanaw taala. Then what is LSA? some magic data gathering

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was an article in FCW was Tanaka, I made you for myself, I've chosen you and shaped you and train you for my service. So similarly, when the Prophet Solomon was an orphan, all of the circumstances that are not created for him for his upbringing, all of this was by who? Allah. So Allah is reminding him of his favours.

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And let me educate a demon for our in a society where an orphan cannot survive. He gave you a refuge. Well, what are the Gabon and for Harada And He found you lost? He found you unaware and he guided you. Well, what are the Koba and who is

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someone who is in a state of ignorance because remember, Bala is such state of being far away from the truth why due to lack of knowledge that a person doesn't know what the truth is. So as a result, he is far away from the truth. If he knew he would accept it, he would be on it.

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So over here, darlin, we will not translate this as a stray or misguided No, we will translate this as unaware because that was the state of the prophets of the waters.

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Because if you look at it before Prophethood okay when he did not know about the when he did not know about the Quran, but did he commit check? No. Did he commit the vices that were so common in that society? No, he stayed away from all of those wrong things. So what it means by law is that unaware later on if you did not know and this is something that we find in other pieces of the Quran as well. into the Shura, if 52 Wheeler in Makati, melki taboola, man, you did not know what is the book? Or what is the thing. You have no idea what the Quran is, you have no idea what a man is. But we taught you all of this into the NASA 113 we learned what I learned from Alan, Alan, and he taught

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you that which you did not know. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was who and Oh me, he wasn't able to read or write, he didn't know. So well what are the Kabbalah And He found you unaware for her that and he guided you.

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And we see that the state of being unaware was so heavy on the profits.

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It was so difficult on you.

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Because we see that he would go up to Mount new, the double loop and stay in the cave of hero for so long, worshipping Allah, just staying away from the people.

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Why? Because what he saw in the society was something so unacceptable to him.

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Shake and cut and Zina and drinking and all of these crimes. He did not like them at all.

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And it was so heavy on him that he would retreat to the mount and stay in the cave of Iraq. Why? Because he did not know.

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So Allah found you ball for her there. And he guided you. He gave you knowledge. So what was his Hidayat that Allah subhanaw taala gave him

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it was the

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it was the Quran for her that it was a Quran.

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What does it show to us? that knowledge is essential. Knowledge is essential. We see that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, even before Prophethood, as I mentioned, he did not partake in any wrong practices. But we see that that alone is not sufficient. that a person doesn't do any wrong things. He's an honest person. He's a good person. He's charitable, he smiles. He's a hard worker honest. That's good. But that's not sufficient.

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That is still a state of what being above what is necessary, had a knowledge guidance that is necessary. Because Allah subhanaw taala did not leave his messenger in that state that he has he's not doing anything wrong. Leave him in that state. No, it's not sufficient. Well, what did I learn?

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What was the guy he learned? And He found you for for owner and he made you self sufficient. He made you rich.

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Elon, Elon is from the root letters. I well learn from the word either, and either is to be poor. We have learned earlier for English to my lesson. For so for you, Nicola Herman

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Totally, if you fear our Isla poverty that Allah will enrich you with His bounty.

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And basically, from the same root is the word or yell as well in reality is used for family, those individuals who a person is responsible to provide for responsible to take care of in financial terms, meaning he is obligated to take care of them.

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So I in is someone who is for needy, on him as a big burden on him as a big responsibility to look after himself and to also look after others. So what what is the cause of it? And He found you needy, for ellner, and he made you rich? How is it that Allah subhanaw taala made him rich, and how is it that he was born before

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we see that because he was an orphan, he was with him with his uncle of abundance. And his uncle of a father had a huge family to support. He also had many children. And because of that, he wasn't that one off, he wasn't that wealthy.

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And this is why we see that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he would go and create journeys with his uncle as well, in order to help him because he could not afford many servants, he could not just hire somebody to take his business trip would rather he would have to go himself, and for that the profits on the long center would also assist him.

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So he was poor.

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But then Allah made him rich, how that he worked for her the General delana. And Khadija learn who she was of the richest women of Makkah, and she proposed to him, and because of that, when he got married to her, Elena, Allah made him rich.

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Some have said that this poverty and richness is not referring to material poverty, material richness, but rather This is referring to the satisfaction of the heart, that he found you for in the sense that unhappy discontent with what was happening in society. And Governor, he made you satisfied. He made you content. How by giving knowledge to you by giving you the energy what what are the car even?

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Now, if you notice over here in these if it hasn't been said, along the edge of the career team and for our worker, well, what are the Cumberland for her Dhaka? Well, what are the car even for NACA you has not been mentioned. Why? Because it's implied. It's understood.

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And also we see that for example, where for her that he guided, he guided who, you and through you, he guided many other people. Similarly, for our to give refuge to you, when you were an orphan.

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And through you, he provided refuge for so many other orphans and needy.

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Because when the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when he was an orphan, yes, Allah provided for him. However, because of the guidance that Allah sent through him, so many other orphans were saved. So many other needy and poor people of the society were saved. Then, well, where did the car even for organelle, he found you poor and he made rich, who did he make rich, you and then through you, so many others as well. So many others as well were made rich through you.

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So we see that the favors that Allah subhanaw taala bestowed upon him. By extension, they were also bestowed on who many other people, especially his followers, those who believed in him, because of the guidance that Allah sent through His Messenger. So many other people were guided so many other people, their lives were saved, their lives became meaningful, purposeful.

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Think about that society where the orphan had no respect. But in Medina, every other household had an orphan. Why? Because there's so much reward for looking after an orphan, taking care of an orphan sponsoring an orphan, if you see in all of these sources we have been learning especially MKI are so much emphasis on taking care of the poor and the needy, especially the orphans. So it's amazing that through the prophets, that alone is Allah, Allah bestowed favours on the rest of humanity is what this is why the prophets that a lot of cinemas called

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a mercy for the worlds This is how he was a mercy for the worlds that through him the entire people, their situations change their situations in

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walking the walk

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This is the blessing of Islam,

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the blessing of guidance, that when one person is given guidance,

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it's not just that he is saved, that his life changes, his life improves, but through him so many other lives benefit as well.

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You may have seen in your own life, that because Alhamdulillah you have become more concerned about your deen. As a result, this is also affecting your family. This is perhaps affecting your children, your relatives even they're benefiting. So this is the Baraka of the guidance. That means that it's not just limited to the person to whom Allah gives it to you, but rather through him, so many others, so many other people benefit. And if you notice how in the pseudo last panel that is addressing this messenger and comforting him, that eliminated a demon for our cabal and for her that what would occur.

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If Allah helped you so much in the past, he will also help you in the future.

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If Allah gave you in the past, he will give you again, if Allah gave you knowledge before he will give you again.

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So what does it show that a person should never ever despair? of the mercy of Allah? Never.

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Never. Some people they always have this fear. What if I don't have money tomorrow? What if I don't have enough tomorrow? Save, save, save, don't spend anything, don't spend anything? Why are you being so worried? If Allah has given you so much up till now, you think he will not give you in the future he will give you in Sharma and whatever is written for you, whatever is decreed for you will come to you. Similarly, sometimes people have this fear that we have been learning now and all of a sudden when this will stop then what

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if Allah has brought you here, he will also make you continue provided that you are willing, if Allah brought you here to this point, that are handed out you have completed the study of the Quran, then inshallah he will give you more knowledge as well. Provided that you have the thirst you have the desire to the one who trusts on Allah, the One who walks from him, the one who depends on him, he will never be despaired, Allah will only give him more and more and more

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that Allah says for Emily ativa phonetic hub. So as for the orphan, do not oppress him.

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You are an orphan, Allah gave refuge to you, a lot to care of you. Now you take care of the orphan as well. And in particular, ladapo do not oppress the orphan.

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The code from the root letters of her aura

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and What does COVID mean? to overpower someone to seduce someone to have authority over them to suppress them.

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And we see that many times it is that people will help someone financially, they will aid the other. However, they will also try to show their authority over them.

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Many times, this is what happens that because a person is helping someone advising someone, they try to show that I'm above you, and you better listen to me. This is not right.

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Don't oppress him. Don't try to take control of him Don't manipulate him. Because this is what people do, that they kind of try to enslave the other person so fanatical, this is not right.

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Rather, how should you treat the orphan? with honor with respect? fanatical?

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Well, a messiah Illa. And as for the petitioner, the one who asks you, the one who questions you, the one who asks you for whether something material or for some knowledge, or any question, if somebody asks you about something, then forgotten how to do not repel him. Then how noon Hara never is to report someone scold someone, and what's the result of reproaching someone

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that they are repelled from you, they go away from you. And the same is the word now and have Why? Because the water is flowing, flowing. So similarly when someone is reproach, they start flowing away from you.

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So what I must say enough for that and how don't repel the questioner, don't repulsive don't drive him away. Meaning Don't be harsh to him so that he goes away from you.

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Don't yell at him, so that he goes away. If you have something to give, then give.

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And if you have nothing to give, then don't reproach, but rather what should you say? cola maruf a good word. Some kind words for unless sad enough for that no.

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And the same could be anyone, someone who asks you about knowledge, or asks you for some money. Anytime someone asks you, don't be harsh towards them, don't repulse them. satisfy them to the best of your ability.

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We don't insulate earlier in 187 wait, hold along, meet up on Latina otaku okitama let you big No, no hula nurse, you will make it clear to the people while I talk to Mona, who and you will not hide the book, you will make it clear, and you will not hide the book. So what does that mean that if somebody asks you about something, some knowledge, then what's your obligation? You don't hide that knowledge rather you answer them to the best of your ability

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will be narrowed it or bigger. I had this and asked for the favor of your Lord, then mention it proclaim it. Which blessing of your Lord, the blessings that are mentioned here, specifically and other blessings as well. In particular the vessels that are mentioned over here, what are they, he were protection, he died guidance ilna making him rich. So a mavenir Mattila bigger for Hudis. And had this is from Hades. So had this meeting reported, talk about it, speak it related, and that these are nirma. This is with words. And this is also with actions with words that a person mentioned before other people about the blessings of Allah, not to show off, but rather out of

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Like, for example, you're sitting with your family members, for example, you're nearing the end of this course, the completion of this course. Now, one is that you like yeah, of course, you don't talk about it, and the other is 109 100. And, you know, 18 months, 30 years, this is out of gratitude.

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And another way of mentioning it is by the way of study the Quran now, so you better listen to me. You better respect me.

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This is in a way boasting. You're sitting with your family, you could be grateful about the fact that our humbler we have a car, and hamdulillah we can go here, and hamdulillah we can afford this. You know, so if I had this, talk about the blessing, out of gratitude, not to show off but out of gratitude, because Allah likes that.

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Because remember, sugar is also with dung. And had this also reported, show it how, with actions, that if Allah has given you a blessing, then don't just keep it to yourself, use it, and also share it with other people. For example, once this man came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and his date was not that good. His hair was all messed up, and his clothes were also messed up. So he asked him, do you have any work? He said, he I have all of this and this and this. So what was he told?

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That if you have it, it should be visible on you. Because Allah likes it. That when he gives a blessing to a servant, he sees it visible on him. So without material bigger, I had this, proclaim it.

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And also the snare ma of hedaya proclaim it. tell other people about it. Now that you have been given knowledge, now that you have been given Hidayat, don't just keep it to yourself, share it with others. tell others about it as well. If you have benefited so immensely, then don't you think other people need it as well? So share it with them.

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sign could be a child who's asking for food, a baby Who's crying to be nursed someone who's asking a question and animal anyone, anyone who asks you for anything, don't chase them away, don't be harsh towards them. And why is this being said that we're unnecessary? Definitely not everyone Allah has been so kind towards you. That without you even asking he has given you then you should give to those who ask you

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all the things that are mentioned if you notice, first there was difficulty and then there was first it was discomfort and then there was a comfort. So, comfort is only if you go through the discomfort then you value it then

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Really enjoyed. Otherwise you do understand the real philosophy of what is yours. And especially in Yamato, because it is the most critical never one can have in the light it is

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so, so this blessing don't keep it to yourself, share it with others and if you find it difficult make sure

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it's a part of the package. Of course.

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We listen to the recitation again.

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Bismillah he was a man he was he

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was a boy.

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whoa, whoa. What?

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What? I'm Matthew Rob pika for this.