Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P03 036B Tafsir Al-Baqarah 267

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of spending one's money in the way of Islam, not just in the past, and stressing the need to spend it in the right way. They also emphasize the importance of learning from past experiences and finding one's dream in the right amount. The speakers stress the need for moderation and finding the perfect gift for others, and emphasize the importance of choosing the right gift for one's present value.
AI: Transcript ©
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Are the bIllahi min ash shaytaan IlJin Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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lesson number 36 Surah Bacala ayah number 267.

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In the previous verses, we learned about the reward of spending in the way of Allah subhana wa Tada. And we also learned about the proper etiquette of spending in the way of Allah, what's the proper etiquette? How should a person spend without showing off without following it up with hurtful words and reminding the other person or the favors that you've done on them.

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And we also learned about the different types of people who spend in the way of Allah and their consequences as well. That if a person spends with sincerity in the right manner, then his reward is multiplied many, many times. And if a person spends with insincerity and follows that action that charity with man with other than that action is destroyed, it is wasted.

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Now in the following verses, we are going to learn about what is it that we should spend? What kind of wealth should we spend in the way of Allah? Because so far we have been learning Yes, spend from your wealth, but what you possess is so vast what you own is so much different different kinds of things we own. So Allah subhanaw taala is telling us specifically, okay, this thing that you own, you should give that in the way of Allah?

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Why do you think Allah subhanaw taala is telling us about what exactly we should spend? Why do you think so? So that we end up spending? Because then we have this vague idea? Yeah, I'm going to give something in the way of Allah, then we keep debating, should I give this should I give that should I spend this much you should spend that much. And then in that whole debate and discussion, we forget about spending.

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So Allah is telling us exactly what to spend in his way. Moreover, in these verses, we also learn about where in what cause should we spend, and on who should we spend? In what manner should we spend secretly, openly how in what way? So all of these details are being mentioned? So that we get to the action right away?

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Allah says, Yeah, are you Hola, Nina Manu, or you will have believed or you people of iman. If you have Eman, then respond, then say Submariner. Or Athena than say, Love bake, or Allah, I'm right here. You give us the command. And we will do it.

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Allah is calling us. Yeah, au Halina, Manu, or you have believed, and he's calling us in this manner, because what he's going to tell us is something that is very important for us as believers, it is something which if we do it is going to perfect, increase, strengthen, stabilize our iman. And it is something which if we don't do, it is going to cause our Eman to be deficient. Weak, unstable. So yeah, are you Alladhina amanu or you have believed? What should you do? And feel cool, spend, Don't hoard, don't keep everything to yourself, don't waste things while they're just sitting with you know, spend give away. But what should you give away? Everything that you have? No, Allah says

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min some of part off,

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which means that we're not obligated to spend everything that we have, but a portion of what we have. A lot of people have been asking me recently that is it permissible to save for yourself? Like for example, whatever income you have a certain percentage of it, you put it in your savings account so that you could eventually purchase a nicer car, you could eventually purchase a house, you could eventually pay for your children's education, is that permissible? Yes, it is. But at the same time, all of our extra money should not go into savings, all of our money should not just go on savings and spending on our current needs. Some of our money should also be spent in the way of Allah

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subhanaw taala.

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This is just like at the end of the year, whatever money you have, far too big you have to give in circuits, it is mandatory. Likewise, whatever income we have, whatever money that we have, whatever things that we possess, we can use them, we can benefit from them, we can save them we can invest them, but at the same time a portion should also be spent in the way of Allah. Why? Because the deen of Allah also has some rights. The people who are around us even they have some rights, the poor and the needy, even they have some rights. So we should not

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Don't just be concerned about the education of our children in the future. We should not just be concerned about having a house of our own in the future, but we should also be concerned about other people and when a person worries about others than Allah who will take care of him. So Allah says unfilled goals spend men some of fart off, spend out of one min for ye batty mega boom, spend out of the good things that you have earned. But you bet this floor enough for yerba. And for you but from the root letters, playa. What is the use of that which is clean, which is good. And bleep goodness is of two types. First of all, in the hasty sense in the physical sense, tangible, and secondly, in

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the minor we sent in the intangible sense. So firstly, in the physical sense, when something is clean, it is good. What does it mean? That it's pleasant, it looks good, it's of good quality. It's not old, it's fresh, it's beneficial, it's useful. This is what we're here because it has some good value.

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And secondly, for you, in the intangible sense what that means is that it is pure meaning it is halal. It is of the pure things, the halal things that you possess. So unfit to spend out of the good things, which good things make a sub to which you have earned, gossip don't calfskin back cast is to earn to acquire to gain something through some Amal through some action through some effort

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that a person did some work. And as a result of that he earned something. Now this work could be physical labor, it could be some intellectual work that a person may be doing would be office work, whatever kind of work that a person does, as a result of which he earns something that is what customers.

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So whether it's a person's business, his job, whatever it may be.

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Also, remember that CASP is not just what you earn through normal, but also what you earn, through your relatives, your relationships, your connections with other people. So for example, as a child, a person receives gifts from his or her parents, even when he's working, even when he's independent. Still, the parents help him financially help her financially give her a gift. So for example, at reads, The Father gives to his 30 year old son, an Eid gift of let's say $100. So that is also just

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likewise, just bought supplies to a person receives as gifts, through your connections through your friends through your relatives, you received something as a gift. So Mata septum, in other words, is what what you own.

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So Allah is telling us to spend out of the good things, the halal, pure, good, valuable, beneficial useful things that we have acquired.

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Now, if you think about it, what a person owns possesses is something that is beloved to him. Your bag and your sisters bag, which one is more important to yours, your sweater, and your brothers sweater? Which one's more important to you? Yours, why? Because you own it. But if it is something that you have acquired yourself, meaning you worked in the summer, you made the money. And then at the end of the summer, you went to the mall and you purchase that sweater with your own money. Is that more important to you? Yes. Is it more beloved to you? Yes, it is.

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Now, Allah subhanaw taala is telling us things that you have acquired yourself and the very good things among them spender and Philco, Min Liberti, Makka septum the good things, don't spend that which is useless, that which is outdated, that which is not worth anything, no spend out of the good things that you have acquired yourself and also spend from what We remember and from that which a legend Allah Khan, we have taken out for you, meaning up from the earth, that which we have taken out of the earth for you. What is it that Allah subhanaw taala has taken out of the earth for us out of the earth for us for our benefit?

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For example, food plants, whether they are trees, or their herbs, or their crops, vines, whatever we eat of them, we benefit from them. So Matt, a whole genetic community.

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Secondly, Maharajah community. It also includes mineral

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Let's, where does your precious gas and petrol where does that come from? From the Earth, your precious stones and your gold and your silver, all of that comes from where from the earth, your water, it comes from the earth. So my legend Allah communal Earth includes everything that Allah has given to us in this earth. And we benefit from it. It could be in the form of food, it could be in the form of clothes, jewelry, tools, machines, utensils, furniture, because if you think about it, everything that we possess, where did it come from, from the earth? So spend out of those things as well and feel good spent out of which two things First of all, your earnings, and secondly, what

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Allah has produced for you from the earth.

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Now, both of these things, what are they a person's own possessions? He owns them. And yes, what a person has acquired himself what a person has earned through his hard work, it belongs to him, it's up to him to decide how he wants to use it, how he wants to spend it, but just because it belongs to him, it does not mean that he doesn't share it with others, he has to take a portion of it out for other people as well. Some scholars have said that this idea is talking about the cats. It's not just talking about sadaqa. It's talking about zakat, meaning it is mandatory upon a person to spend from his earning from his revenue from his income. At the end of the year, whatever money he has, at

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the end, he has to take out the Zakat from it. Likewise from produce. For example, if a person has a farm, he has an orchard from his produce also, he has to give zakat at the end of the year. Why? Because the command has been given and fickle. So this shows that spending from these two things is mandatory, it is wedging. But even otherwise, even if you said this verse is talking about sadaqa, it only makes sense that when a person has earned what a person possesses, he should spend out of that on others to because others also have a right upon it. You know, think about it. One person has a job in the family, and the other is studying or is staying at home to take care of the family, the

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house. Now they're not earning any money, but the other person is. So the person who is earning money, should he not spend on those wearing the house? Or should he say No, it's my money.

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If that was a given, every man would say no, it's my money. I'm not going to give you anything, go get it yourself. Okay, may I work? No. So then what would a woman do? What would the family do? You understand? So we see that from our income we are required to spend on others, and not just ourselves. Our money that we earn is not just ours, but also others.

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And this is a very important lesson that we must learn from a very young age.

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I remember somebody once told me that they were in high school or something and the first time they ever worked, you know, was a summer job. They ever worked somewhere, the little money that they made a few $100 Their father said okay,

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a portion of it goes to your mom, a portion of it goes to your grandmother, and a portion of it goes to your sisters.

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Because you are the man and you are required to spend on your family. He said he wasn't allowed to keep even a little bit of that money for himself. All of it he was made to spend on his relatives on his immediate family.

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This is a very important lesson that young children need to learn. Because as soon as people start working, they think, okay, now I can buy an iPhone five, and now I can buy an iMac and now I can buy those expensive jeans. And now I can buy this and I can buy that I can update my phone plan. I can buy my own car, very good. You're concerned about your well being very good that you're spending on yourself. But all of your money should not just go on you. This is wrong.

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Be concerned about others as well. Allah has given you this risk. And Allah is testing you that what you do with this money? Do you use it only to fulfill your desires and to show off to others? Or are you using it in beneficial ways to benefit other people as well? So this is very important, that spend out of what you have earned and spend out of what Allah has produced for you. On who on others and especially in the way of Allah soprano.

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And when it comes to what grows from the earth, so

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anything out of that too. So for example, if a person has a vegetable patch in their backyard, all of the produce should not just go into their freezers or into their tummies, but it should also be spent on others.

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Likewise, the food that we buy, all of it should not just go on ourselves, but we should also buy food for others, and giving others food is one of the best things that a person can do. We learn the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, when someone asked him that which aspect of Islam is best, he replied, to give food and to spread the salam to greet those whom you know and those who you do not know.

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The best aspect of Islam, the best thing that a person could do as a Muslim is what to give others food to eat.

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So spend on what Allah has produced for you from the earth. At the same time, Allah warns us what at a young man will hobbies and do not even intend to give that which is hobbies which is impure. Let him Mamata Momo is from Tamil. Yeah, me me. And Thurman literally means cost intention. Why is the Imam called them? Because it's the intention to obtain Mahato you're not actually purifying your body? If you think about it, you're not washing your arm, your face your hands, what are you doing? You're patting your hands on to dust onto mud and you are passing those hands over your face. So technically, you're not becoming clean. But through that action, you are intending to become pure.

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So tam literally means us intention. So over here, Allah says, well LTM Mahmoud do not even intend and hobbies the impure. Forget about giving that which is impure, don't even intend to give the impure wealth to others, or in the way of Allah. The question is what is hobbies? It's the exact opposite of for you.

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Kirby's haba Hubbs impurity, and this is also of two types. One is tangible and the other is intangible, tangible, physically unclean, physically impure, dirty, old, decayed, nasty, smells bad, it's broken. Okay, it's cracked, it's useless. And the second time intangible, what does that mean? That it's held on?

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That a person stole that wealth?

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It's held on. So he says, Okay, let me just give it in charity. No one as a young man will hobbies don't even think about giving the impure wealth in the way of Allah subhanho

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wa Taala Tamil kabisa men who don't feel corner from it, you spend, meaning don't even think of spending the impure in the way of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Now, a person, whatever wealth that he owns, part of it is the EU and part of it is cubbies.

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Everything that you own, you could divide all of your possessions into these two categories. Some things are in perfect condition very good. And other things. People are after you Why haven't you thrown it away already.

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Like, sometimes you have the old t shirt, which is totally comfortable, even though it's faded. And maybe the threads are coming out. But you say Oh, but it's so comfortable. It's so comfortable, I don't want to throw it away. And there's another shirt that you have, which is a perfect condition. It's not brand new, but still it is in very good condition. You could wear it at formal events, I mean, you could very easily.

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Likewise, there could be some dishes in your house, which are very good. And others which are not so good. For example, there's a whisk that you may have, which is you know, dented and it doesn't even whisk properly when you use it, and the handle is kind of coming off, but you haven't had the time to go buy a new whisk. So it's just you know, like that, and you don't mind using it because at least it works somewhat. So in reality, what is it it is hobbies? Isn't it compared to the new utensils that you have the shiny new ones, it is Covey's. Now, typically, what happens? People go to extremes when it comes to giving in the wave Allah either they will go to this extreme that whenever

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they think of giving anything they think of okay, what is extra? What is useless what is old? What is it that I would like to replace? So if this is something that I'd like to replace, let me just give it in charity and go buy new. This whisk is so old, I got this five years ago. Let me just give it and buy myself a new one.

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Isn't that what typically people do? These clothes are old. They're so ancient. I mean, the style is so old. Nobody wears these kinds of clothes today. So I haven't worn them in a year because if I wear them i

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I look so outdated. So I might as well give this away. And they also have a hole in them or they're also burned from the side. So let me just give this in charity and buy new clothes for myself. This is one extreme that people go to whenever they think of spending in the way of Allah. They think of extra useless burnt old, ancient, outdated, useless things. And the other extreme is that they say, okay, but since I have worn these clothes once, they are in perfect condition, but since I've worn these clothes once I cannot give them away to anybody. They wait for the ideal, the perfect. And because they don't have the perfect, they can't afford the perfect. They won't give anything

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for the Prophet sallallahu said, and what did he say? That don't belittle anything when giving in sadaqa? Even if it's the hoof of an animal, the hoof? Typically, if you think about the hoof of a goat, or a sheep or something like that, is a prime cut of meat. Not at all, there's hardly any meat on it. What is it used for making super gravy? It's practically useless. Very few people enjoy it. But the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that even that, don't belittle it, meaning if that is all that you can give, it's in good condition. It's fresh, it is useful. But if that is all that you can give, give that at least, but spend give something. So we should refrain from these extremes. And we

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should adopt moderation. And what is moderation? What is mentioned in the eye that spent that which is the Yep, which is in good condition, but don't give that which is hobbies, which is impure? And how can a person decide what is suitable for giving? Always ask yourself? Would I eat it? Would I use it? Would I wear it? Would I keep it? If you can keep it, if you can use it, then that means somebody else can also use it.

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It's a different thing that you don't like it anymore, or that it doesn't fit you anymore? Or that it's not useful for you anymore because of the different circumstances that you're in now, because life keeps changing. So that's a different case. But if you have to use it, would you use it? Okay, if you would, then that means it's worth giving. And if you said that, no, I don't think I would ever use it. Even if I had to, then don't give it to others either.

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Many times it happens that if codes are being collected for donation purposes, then what do people give

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special var that doesn't have a matching kameez? Those of you who know about Indian Pakistani codes, you know, those bands and those long shirts, they have to be matching, right? So the shirt got lost or it got burned, the tailor never gave it never came from that home country. So as a result that chavara sitting with you for two years and you like might as well give it to somebody, you know, might as well give it a donation, think about would you wear it yourself?

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If you don't wear it yourself, why would you give it to somebody else, when I take them on will have is men who don't, don't do that.

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So, we see that we should not think about giving the impure to others, and keeping the yoke for ourselves.

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But rather, when we are enjoying the theory of the good things we should also give from that leave to others. But what do we think that no, I should keep this for myself because I will need it. I need to eat this I need to wear it. I need to use it. We withhold the good things we keep them to ourselves. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said to his sister in law, a smart Viehbacher that do not withhold or it will be withheld from you.

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Meaning do not withhold things otherwise they will be withheld from you.

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If you keep all the good things to yourselves and don't give to others. Then the next time you are in need Allah will not give you

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if you want something then you must share that with others as well then you must give some of it to others as well because they also need

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so when a time when will hobbies I mean who don't feel kohner Well as to be actively he will assume while you will not last two minutes like laser laser it is not unless thumb you would not well let's do while you would not be Fe D at all ones who take it as it is actually actually been. The noon has been dropped. And it's the plural of faith what's the root Hamza ha then I'm going to take something

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so you would not take it at all yourselves in that except and told me a goofy that you will shut your eyes when taking it.

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Don't below line meme but remote is when something is hidden.

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It's obscure. And Ill mouth is when a person shuts his eyes or avert his eyes. Why, due to dislike, due to disdain, that you're too embarrassed to even look at what is being presented to you. So you just ignore or you close your eyes, you pretend not to see it. Because you are embarrassed of receiving something like that, taking accepting something like that, you're too embarrassed. So allow this basically to take something with this like, with your eyes closed.

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So don't spend that which you would not take yourselves, except with closed eyes. Meaning because of the desperate situation that you were in, only, then you would accept it. And you don't want to accept it. But because you're desperate, you don't have any other choice, you will take it. But even then you're so uncomfortable taking it that you close your eyes, you shut your eyes, you don't even want to look at it. It's so bad.

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What happens if somebody gives us a good gift?

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What happens? You look at it, you keep looking at it, you're anxious to open it. But if somebody does not have a good reputation of giving nice gifts, and they bring you something in a plastic bag, and seems kind of weird from outside, then what do you do, you don't even want to show that you're holding a bright yellow northfields bag. You hide it behind your back.

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And if it's a nice fancy bag, and you're like, Yeah, you hold it very happily, you don't even know what's inside. But just because it's a nice fancy bag, you're holding it so proudly, so happily.

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But if somebody gives you something that is not a good quality, you are embarrassed, you don't even want to look at it, because you don't want to acknowledge the fact that it has been given to you.

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So if there's something that you don't want to receive, don't make others receive it.

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If you don't want to be at the receiving end, then don't make another person that that receiving it. Don't put them in that situation.

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But we think oh, it's okay. They're needy. They'll take it. Yes, they'll take it. But think about the state of their heart.

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Always put yourself in the shoes of the other person.

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Would you like to be given such a thing? No, then don't give it to others.

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It is at this part of the eye. It was revealed concerning some unsolved. There were some people in Medina, the Mujahideen, who were not that well off, they didn't have any businesses. They had recently emigrated from Mecca to Medina. They had no money, hardly anything. Many of them were living in the masjid. They didn't even have houses.

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And they were believers. They were righteous people. They were companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam after all, they were learning from him. They were serving the Dean obeying the Prophet salallahu Salam, whatever he commanded them to do, they will do. So the unsolved they were the owners of orchards did farms. So whenever the time of harvest would come, they would bring branches with dates on them, and they would come and hang them at the masjid so that whoever wants it could take from it freely.

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So whatever dates were brought, that were of good quality, edible, people could eat it.

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But a few times some people brought dates that were not that good quality at all. They were not good quantity.

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So this is when this I was revealed that why would you give something in the way of Allah which you would not like to take yourself?

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Think about it. If somebody offers you a bowl full of grapes, and they even look old. And as you touch them, they're soft and mushy. And slimy from outside? Would you want to even touch them? No. Would you want to eat them? No. Then don't offer such a thing to another person.

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If you don't want to be offered that then don't offer it to others. If you don't want to be presented that then don't present it to others well as to be actually Allah and told me Lo Fi wireless Mo and know that and Allah honey Yun Hamid that indeed Allah is Rani, and he is Hamid. He is rich, and he's always praiseworthy. He is rich. He doesn't need your charity. He doesn't need your charity. And he is so rich that he can provide for everyone himself. But he has given you the opportunity to spend on others so you get some reward. Allah has money. And always remember that whenever we're giving some sadaqa we are giving to who in reality Allah subhanaw taala right.

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Because Allah says mandala the Eucharist Allah karbonn Hassan

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Who would give to Allah a beautiful lOn. So whenever we're giving something in the way of Allah in reality we are giving to Allah, it reaches Allah before it reaches the recipient before you. So know that Allah is Rich. So who are you giving that object to? Allah subhanaw taala. Now, when you're giving a gift to a rich person, what kind of a gift is it? expensive,

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it's worth something. It's beneficial, it's useful. It's not that extra trash that had been sitting around in your house. So you just take it as a gift for your rich friend know, what you give to a rich person is always useful. It's presentable, it is of good quality.

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So likewise, know that Allah is honey. So whatever you give in the way of Allah should also be good. And he is Hamid Hamid is from Hamed and Hamid is one who is always deserving of praise in every state at all times. Whether people respect him or they don't whether they're obedient to Him or they're not, it doesn't matter still, Allah is praiseworthy. Allah is Hamid. So when Allah is Hamid, he's praiseworthy, then what kind of things should you give him his way? The best things, not the useless trash, not the useless junk, you should choose the best for his way. Warlow and Allah Allah Neguin, Hamid

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now this if we learned several lessons, first of all we learn that we should spend out of whatever we earn our income, whether it is on a weekly basis that we earn money, or a monthly basis, however, often we earn money, or it is easy to read, okay? Like some young people, they become very rich when it comes. Okay. And by the time next read comes, they have nothing left. So they're waiting for you. So whenever you receive whenever you earn, don't just think about spending on yourself spend on others as well.

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spend in the way of Allah as well. And whatever comes out of the earth spend from that in the way of Allah subhanaw taala as well. But what should we spend in Allah's way that which is the year? And what's the criteria for you? Would you take it yourself? Would you use it yourself? If you would, then it's worth giving.

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The prophets of Allah Saddam said that whoever wishes to be delivered from the fire and enter the Jannah should die with faith in Allah and the Last Day and should treat the people as he wishes to be treated by them.

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If a person wants that he should be saved from the Hellfire he should enter Jannah then what should he do? His death should come to him when he believes in Allah and the Last Day and this person should also treat others as he likes to be treated by them.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam also said that law you know a honeycomb Hatha you're heavily affected by your Hibou Lena FSI. None of you truly believes until he loves her his brother what he loves for himself. This is the criteria that we have been given. give to others what you would like for yourself

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