Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P03 041B Tafsir Aal-e-Imran 14

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The concept of shanwa is a natural desire that comes from within a person, which is a longing and a desire that is not something that goes away until and unless you eat it. The "mon proposition" is a temporary enjoyment of life, where people should pursue their desires and desire for wealth. The "arousal and disrespect" in culture is used to describe wealth, status, and power, and markings on horses for identification and marketing purposes.
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bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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Assam before to you one. So earlier in one I have 14 to 22

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Do you know li Nasir Bucha Huwa T Mila Nisa beautified for people is the love of that which they desire.

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What is it that they desire and Nyssa the women? Well Bonine and sons, Weill Cornell pleaded makan thority and heaped up sums of what meaner the hubby will feel buddy of gold and silver. Well Halal Messiah wanna find branded horses, while an

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engraving livestock, while health and the tail gland What does Allah say about all these things,

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then he comes down here dunya that is the enjoyment of worthy life will Allah who are in the WHO personal but Allah has with him the best return

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this is elders, about those things, which people love, which people are naturally attracted towards the attraction of all of these things has been placed in the hearts of people. And this is general to all people, whether they existed 2000 years ago or they will exist after today.

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This is something that is common to all human beings, why because this is something that all human beings find very attractive.

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So you know, it was beautified it was made very beautiful. It was adorned, though it's a you know, it's from the root vetrix ze yet new from the word Xena and what does the word Zenith mean? Beauty, adornment

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and flakiness is from this gene, which is to make something beautiful,

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to make something appear beautiful to another, and they said when something seems beautiful to a person, whether it is a sound that is heard. So, it's a sound that a person hears and he finds it very beautiful. Similarly, it could be something that a person sees, he sees it and he finds it very beautiful, he finds it very attractive in sight envision similarly, it could be a thought it could be something that a person is thinking in his mind that a person is wishing in his heart and just the thought of it makes him very happy, just the thought is very enjoyable, just imagining that is very enjoyable.

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Similarly, it could be something that a person is eating, it could be something that a person is touching, it could be something that a person is feeling something that a person has something that a person possesses. So, anything that a person find beautiful, that a person finds attractive, and obviously, since every person's choice is different, therefore, what is beautiful, varies from person to person,

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what is beautiful varies from person to person, one person finds a particular thing or particular sound very beautiful, and another doesn't necessarily find that beautiful.

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So does mean is to beautify something to make something look beautiful.

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So, so unit Lindner see, it has been made very beautiful for the people, meaning they find it very attractive. And notice a nurse has been used, not disbelievers.

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And that is who all people, generally, all human beings, whether Muslims or not, all mankind this is something common to all people, people of all eras, people of all races, people of all backgrounds, this is common to all people,

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what is it that they find very beautiful, how Bucha works, the love of that which they desire, love of shower,

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not sure how it is a poor enough shower

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and shower it from the roof ever seen her? Well, from Shahar. Yes, who which literally means to desire or too long for something.

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Basically shanwa is anything that the soul of a person naturally inclined towards.

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And he finds it pleasurable, he finds it pleasing.

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So it is something that a person desires, and this desire is very natural. And especially Jehovah is when the heart literally does fall for something that it likes. For example, there is a particular food that you like. So what is it? It's an inner desire, it's a craving. It's a longing, it's an inclination, and that desire does not go away until and unless you

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fulfill it until and unless you eat that particular thing which you like. So shanwa is a natural desire, which is from within a person, which is from within a person's soul. And a person is naturally pulled towards it naturally inclined towards it. And it's also used for a desire or something that a person craves for something that a person is greedy for.

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He wants it. He's greedy for it.

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And remember, desires are of two types. Yeah, what are two types? What are they, first of all show up that slug? What does he mean by that? There are natural, natural desires, and it is permissible to fulfill them. For example, the desire to eat as long as you eat something that is lawful for you, then it is permissible for you to fulfill that desire. Similarly, as long as you're not fasting, and you eat, it's okay. But if you're fasting and you say, no, no, it's a natural desire, then fulfilling that desire is not something that is good. So that would not be sadaqa Sasha Hawa sadaqa are those that are natural and it is permissible It is alright to fulfill them through Helen ways

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through permissible leave.

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The second type of shellac Asha Khaled category, meaning they're such desires, which must be avoided, meaning a person must not fulfill them. Why?

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Because either they are not Hello. They are haram, for example, eating a particular food that we're eating at a time when it is not permissible for you to eat it. And Chihuahua is not just with eating, it's also with sexual desires. So fulfilling a person's sexual desire in a way that is haram. That is what Shahadat is Khadija

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and Chihuahua caliber also includes being very obsessive with fulfilling desires being very excessive in fulfilling desires. For example, a person loves a particular food and eats it all the time. Or he doesn't just eat a quantity that will suffice him for that particular time, but he eats it eats at eater to the point that he's sick.

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So this is what being obsessive with fulfilling the desires being excessive in fulfilling the desire, this is also something that a person must avoid.

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So Shaohua what desires that are natural, a person is pulled towards them, a person is naturally inclined towards them. They are those which can be fulfilled, it is permissible for a person to fulfill them. And there are other desires which a person must avoid. Why? Because they make him enter into the realm of disobedience to Allah subhanaw taala.

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Just because it's a natural desire doesn't mean you have to fulfill it. For example, a person says, Oh, I'm you know, I just like sleeping a lot. I can't avoid sleeping. So I don't care if my budget is delayed. I don't care if I don't wake up prefer. I can't control my sleep, it's a shower. No. If it's a shower that is caregiver, then it must be suppressed, it must not be fulfilled.

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Because many times we give this excuse, I can't help it. It's natural. I can't avoid it. But we have to avoid it.

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To some things we have to avoid other things. They're natural.

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Over here Alyssa Bucha Huwag love off that which people desire.

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So we get an NSC, her Bucha Huwa beautified for people is the love of that which they desire.

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What does he mean by this?

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A Chihuahua refers to those things which people desire and those things which people love, those things which people find very attractive, those things through which people are pulled towards, why the culture Hawa, because of the greed and craving that people have for them,

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because how much they desire to have these things, enjoy these things, use these things on these things. This is why they have been called Jehovah. So love of that which people desire has been made very beautiful for them. And so they find these Shahar word very attractive.

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They find immense attraction in fulfilling the shower in pursuing these chocolate. They crave them, they want them belong for them, they will do anything to have them and sometimes they will become very obsessive. When it comes to using them. When it comes to enjoying them. They will become very obsessive and they will not leave them.

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What are these desires? The desires are mentioned in the aisle. But the question is Allah says over here, zoo Yuna. It has been made beautiful, who has beautified these things for people

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why as a guest, Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran in Philadelphia health is number seven in Ludhiana and an OB, Zenith Allah, Lena renewer. Home, a human arsenal.

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Indeed, we have made that which is on the earth, everything that is on the earth, we have made it what? Xena and adornment for it. Why? That we may destin as to which of them is best indeed, as to which of them is best in actions. Similarly, we learned total milk I remember to enter the HELOC on motor will hire Lea Budokon and you can action Ramona, he has created death and life why so that you may test you which of you are good indeed.

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So, we see that all of these things have been beautified for us by who, by Allah subhanaw taala? Why is

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that what do we do with these things? Do we just get lost in them? Or do we still remember the purpose of our life?

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It has also been said that these things have been beautified for people by who by sharing

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that Shavon puts immense attraction in these things for us. He dances to pursue these things, to go after these things, to love these things. Do you do these things all the time? Why? So that we forget our goal, so that we forget our purpose in life. However, out of these opinions, that who was the one who was attracted this influence, Allah subhanaw taala shape.

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However, it has been said that shaitan generally what does he do? He beautifies the actions of people for the things that Allah has created.

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Their attraction has been placed in our hearts, by whom, by Allah subhanaw taala, not by Shavon because Allah has created those things, Satan has not created those things, he has not made those things. So Allah has put the attraction for these things in our heart. Why? I suggest

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over here we will see that only a few showers have been mentioned, what are the women found gold and silver, horses and all of these things, only few of them are mentioned. But in reality, the list is quite long.

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In reality, there are many things that people love, many things that people are attracted to, or that people are pulled towards.

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Why are these things mentioned in particular,

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because genuinely, across different cultures, across different eras, these are the things that you will find most common. These are the things that people in different cultures, different societies, different eras, they love these things, they are pulled towards these things.

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And the desire

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that people have for these things, is image. It is great. And they find it very beautiful. They find it very attractive, do enjoy these things. There is a Hadith which elders, the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, If the son of Adam, were to possess two valleys of riches, he would long for a third,

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two valleys full of riches full of gold, full of silver, what would you desire, another one, and the stomach of the son of Adam is not filled, but with

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meaning eventually, it's death, that is going to put an end to the desires of a human being.

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So we see that all of these things have been placed in the dunya. There are beautiful people want them people desire them. And just the idea of having them because it's really nothing Homebush our the love of Shaohua has been made beautiful. One is to love the things and the other is to find an attraction in loving the things.

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What is mentioned over here is find an attraction in loving the things. There's a difference between the two.

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What are the two things I've mentioned right now.

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One is to love something. And the other is to be in love with the idea of being in love.

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For example, some people that love shopping, and some other people just the idea of shopping, just the thought of shopping, just the thought of going to the mall makes them happy. Just the thought of doing something makes them happy. They're not actually doing it. But just the thought of doing it makes them happy. So over here the unit in se it has been made very beautiful what the hub of Shehata love of the designs, fulfilling desires has been made very beautiful for the people. Now what are these desires? Let's look at them. First of all, men and listen, after women. Over here men gives meaning up by meaning it is explanatory

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What should what is it that people love? What should what is it that people love to fulfill? And missa? First of all,

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and this

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is from the better known thing well,

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so we see that men, no matter who they are, no matter which area, they are off which culture they belong to which society they belong to which family, they are from many times what age there are, it doesn't matter. They love women, they find great attraction in women. What kind of attraction

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in the looks of the women in the appearance of the women in the manner of the women in the speech of the women in the way they dress, and the way they talk in the way they approach them. The men, generally, what do they do? They love women. And this is something that is a fact meaning we cannot deny it. No man can say no, I don't like

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if he's saying that he's lying. He's not being honest. No man can say that. Because this love this, Jehovah, this desire is a natural desire, Allah has put it in every single man. The shanwa is very natural. It's in the heart of every single man and Allah subhanaw taala has put it in his heart.

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So we see that men, they find great attraction. In women, they find immense attraction in women. And this is something that we witness all the time. You go to the mall, you go out on the street, and the billboards will tell you, the ads and the TV will tell you, the posters will tell you that women must look very beautiful. Why? So that men can enjoy them?

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Isn't it interesting, that when it comes to advertisements, which are products for men, even in those advertisements, who are their women, why, so that men are attracted towards those products. And if you look at it, those things which are for women, their advertisement even have women why so that other women aspire to become like them. Why so that men enjoy them, men like them.

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So we see that this is something very natural. Men love women. And this is why I will deem Allah subhanaw taala has told women to protect themselves. Because any man will enjoy looking at any woman. Therefore, Allah subhanaw taala has told the women to protect themselves. When it comes to talking to a man, when it comes to dealing with a man when it comes to going in front of a man. You protect yourself. You protect your dignity. You preserve yourself respect, because you're not that cheap that any man can enjoy you. And can think that about you know, you should protect yourself. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said, matter October the fifth nothing above Allah Allah regionally

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within Nyssa I did not leave behind me a test more tempting to men than women.

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The most difficult test that men suffer from is which women

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so what should be done to the men to this lovers natural labor, okay, I'm gonna enjoy every woman I can. If there is a natural death, it's a natural desire, no, Allah has put the desire in the heart. And what is the person supposed to do? He should control that desire, and he should fulfill that desire through permissible ways.

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He should fulfill that desire how? Through her language, while the name and the sons been in the parlor, even meaning people also find having sons very attractive. So the her Bucha hella, the love of Chihuahua Chihuahua, first of all, women. Secondly, sons.

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So five, people love to happen. People desire sons.

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And this is something that is not that.

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Unique, meaning we can't say that it was only the people back then 2000 years ago, 1000 years ago, only they love to have sons. Even today. There are so many people in so many different cultures. They love to have sons.

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They prefer sons over daughters.

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Many people complain that my parents love my brother, more than me. My brother has given preference more than me, despite the fact that I'm more obedient to my parents, but still, they love my brother more. Why? Because he's a boy.

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So people love to have sons. And some people they have such an extreme desire to have sons that they go to great lengths to have them sometimes

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They go and do shake literally, people go pray at the graves of dead people, they go to shake, they do whatever they can just to have a son. And sometimes we see that yes, this was very prevalent in the days of ignorance. But this is also very common in very educated people today.

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It is very common. For example, if there is a family that runs a business, and obviously, it's the men who run the business. And if they don't have a son, they get very concerned.

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And they will go marry a second wife, only so that they can have a son. And if that doesn't work, they will go marrying a third so that they can have a son. And when they have a son, then they're satisfied.

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So we see that this is something that is common today as well. This is something that is prevalent today as well. So people love to have sons. This is a show where this is a desire that is in the hearts of people, regardless of their age, regardless of their background.

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To the point that if they have daughters, what happens to them, we learn the Quran flew to Nashville, I 58 were either wushu or a honeymoon will answer one last word, who whom was what done what will occur we and when one of them is informed of the birth of a female, his face becomes dark. And he suppresses grief, his face becomes dark, this is figurative in the sense that he becomes very embarrassed, he becomes shy, and he begins to suppress his grief.

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So people love sons, and remember Shaohua for women, desire for women is that which is sexual desire for sons is shower that is a form of pride, of Sheriff of honor of dignity. So in order to fulfill that desire, that I should be better than those people around me that I should have more sons than them or I should have all boys or I should have at least one boy, this kind of desire is what this show is a follow up and off shelf.

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What else do people desire while Karnaphuli real makan karate and he does some of what means the heavy Winfield plenty of gold and a silver on athletes conference, an athlete is a Florida printer and from new fetters off known for paper and control is used for something that is heaped up something that is layered

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it is basically used for heaps and piles of wealth, large sums of wealth

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undara which is on the same route is used for a bridge

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a similar word is used for a tall multi storey building

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at all multi storey building. So, basically this Word gives us a sense of height, it conveys the center height

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of something that is piled up something that is layered one on top of the other. So that you have a huge tall structure in front of you whether it is of a building or it is a bridge, or it is a pile of golden silver, or it is stacks of cash boxes, or lockers or whatever.

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bricks of gold, they're piled up whatever. So basically, it gives us a sense of height. Now, the word confirm

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the literal meaning is something that is HIPAA.

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However, the word ClinVar was in particular used for a unit of money, a particular unit of money or a particular weight of measure.

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And this was obviously in ancient times it's an ancient unit of money and weight of measure.

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It is that that something that can fall refers to a particular amount meaning a particular amount of money or a particular weight of measure.

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And how much is that? About that there are at least 10 different opinions because it vary from place to place time to time. So there's at least 10 different opinions. For example or even debate he said that it is 100,000 D No one can vote is how much 100,000 Dino

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said some have said that it adds up to 80,000 I think about 100,000 dinner or 80,000 the room how would you stack them how will you store them

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in stacks obviously, so it will obviously become a heaped up some of dinner or a few

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others have said that it is about 100 Return of gold and how much is that around 100 kg

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100 Little of gold and each little is a ha

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100 kgs I imagine 100 times 100.

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Others have said that it is more than 1000 Metcon. So basically, there are different opinions with regards to how much a crimper is the amount, the way the measure the value, it varies.

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Others I've said that before is not just a specific amount of wealth or a specific weight of gold or silver, but rather it is used for manual cathedra that is used for a large sum that is unlimited, meaning you cannot put a limiter

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at one point it will be 100,000. Another point it will be 1 million you can't put a limit to it. You can't put a maximum to it. But what is it Manuel Cathy? So what do people love? NLP is not just been thought, but what do people have gone out to eat unlimited amounts of wealth,

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huge sums of wealth.

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At the end of which you cannot put a full stop. They want more and more zeros. They don't want any decimal unlimited amount of wealth. And this one athlete Allah says no confirm that which is heaped up accumulated more Ansara is also from the same root of noon Prada and Mukunda means well, that is accumulated wealth that is piled up in PA that is piled supernaturally are heaps of wealth, large sums of money, more Contura that are hidden that are accumulated that are hoarded

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now makan Tara has been understood in several ways.

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First of all, it has been said that an athlete in a conference together gives us the meaning of but athlete meaning heaped up treasures that are more controller meaning that are multiplied, that are multiplied and increased. For example, in our basketball, they are in the set that an athlete refers to three canopy, three huge piles of wealth and comfort, or nine to nine, meaning multiplied three multiplied by three. So Contura is that which is multiply. So people don't just like an athlete, but they like an athlete to be multiplied many, many times. They don't just want one or two or three piles of gold and silver. Rather they want multiplied piles of gold and silver. If they have one

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heap, they want it to be multiplied by three four times. If they have one set of gold jewelry, they want that to be multiplied a few times that they can have several, one has one colored stone and the other has another type of stone another has another type of diamond. So they want that to be multiplied, then it has been said there cannot be more contrast. Secondly, what does it mean? That monopoly that will confer meanings that are accumulated, that are stacked up that are heaped up in the form of Deena and did they want stacks and stacks of gold and silver stacks and stacks of gold bricks, so that their supply never ends.

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And even if they don't need them, at least they can say they have that many lockers or they have that many bricks, or they have this many investments in these many places. So an athlete control. To summarize, what does it mean, for an athlete or huge sums of wealth, huge sums of wealth, large sums of wealth that are piled up? Why are they pile up? Because they're huge, they're great. Obviously, to store them to fact them, you need to pile them up and convert to another unit control. What does it mean to meaning first of all, multiplied many, many times. Secondly, what does it mean? Accumulated, hoarded, stacked?

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Like they have their preserve,

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they have the money that they're using, but they have their preserve as well. So, they want what do they desire an athlete who will control so, some people have an intense desire for wealth, so much so, that they will go to great extent great lengths to get a hold of money

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and sometimes they have money more than what they need, but still what will they do? They will say and they will work more and they will do more business or they will do more work why to acquire more and more money.

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If you think of it to a certain point, your money you enjoy it up to a certain limit.

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You have a house okay? You had a few cars, okay whenever you travel, you travel first class. Similarly, you have everything that you want. But then beyond that, after that what happens no matter how much my

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You have it useless to you, because it's just sitting there. You don't need it anymore. It's beyond what you can enjoy it beyond luxury. But what do people want? Or do people desire more? And more? An athlete is more confident.

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And this also is a test for people. That how much time do you spend on just making money on running after acquiring money? How much effort? How much energy? How much of your time are you spending on this? And how much of your time are you dedicating for Allah? subhanaw taala.

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So people love to have money, they desire money, why do they desire money, because it's a gateway to all luxuries in life. And people think that if they have money, they can get happiness, but the reality is quite opposite. It's not necessary to have money in order to be happy.

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Men have the heavy of gold one filter and of silver. Meaning for an athlete in makan 30 minute the heavy will feel Bertie

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accumulated piles of gold and silver.

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They want heaps and piles of what? Gold and silver,

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the one that is used for gold and it's from the root letters, then what does it mean to go and this is the reality of gold. It goes away. And if it doesn't go away, a person always has the fear that it might go away.

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He might lose it.

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And if he has it, he has two basic apps on it.

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One football field is from the root letters for bought bought and Ferb literally means for scatter, to spread, then football mean how like they would have scattered they would have dispersed from around you.

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So Fila literally means that which scatters that which disperses. And we see that with silver as well, that no matter how much one collected in life, eventually what happens? It gets divided up. When a person dies, what happens to his money, what happened to his silver, what happens to the gold that he has collected, it is distributed amongst his heirs, and even his life, he has to pay zakat on it. So minutes the heavy will feel that it's interesting that gold and silver have been specially mentioned

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There may be other metals that people really like or that are more valuable. For example, Platinum is much more valuable than gold and silver. But why is it that people like more gold and silver?

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People generally all across the globe, across different cultures across different civilizations? What is it that people are attracted towards gold and silver, and especially women, they love to have golden silver filed in piles of gold and silver. So this is also a natural desire. This is also a desire that has been put in the heart of people. Why? As a test?

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That how much are you pursuing this golden silver? And how much are you pursuing other important things in life?

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How much of your time and energy is going into acquiring gold and silver and how much of your time and energy is going into acquiring the pleasure of Allah?

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This is also a test.

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What else? Well, Hainan MUSAWAH and horses that are branded horses that are more

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branded horses.

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What else hasn't mentioned in the i one n and the grazing livestock, one health and the field.

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All of these things Allah says Daddy come down here to dunya all of this is a temporary enjoyment of life will love her in the husband in the app and Allah has with him. The restaurateur

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Xena li Naseeha Bucha Hawa timolol missa beautified for people is the love of that which they desire.

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There are many things that people desire

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and this love of desires, this love is beautified for people because of which they think that indulging in these desires, pursuing these desires, being excessive with them is completely fine. Their natural desires and these desires have been beautified for people which is why they are very excessive, very obsessive when it comes to indulging in these desires. What are these desires Mina missa first of all women Secondly, while Bernie and the sons thirdly, well on our plate and makan 30 minute the hubby welfare party heaped up sums of gold and silver that people love money and they want to have endless

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supplies of money, huge and large sums of money, especially gold and silver. Which is why we see that people spend so much time so much energy, so much of their talent on what? on making money. If you think of it in the society, in every society, what are people concerned about? You have to go to school, you have to learn your skills. You have to educate yourself. Why so that you can make money? Generally, this is what we see. People do whatever they do, or people learn whatever they learn why, so that they can make money.

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And I'll tell you in 30 minutes, the hubby will feel guilty. And what does Allah say about well, futile and foul? I 28 Allah tells us where Alonso and Nima and Wailuku were allowed to come fitness and know that your wealth and your children, your money, and your children, what are they? They are but a child?

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That once you have them? What do you do with them? How much time do you spend with them? And how much do you use them to obey Allah? subhanaw taala?

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What else is it that people love and desire? Well, Hainan Musa Wilma and horses that a branded? Isn't it interesting that even little girls, what do they like? Points. We think it's only the people who live in deserts or who live in Bulgaria or something like that. They're the ones who love horses. But even little girls, they're obsessed with beautiful horses. And final Musa woman, Elaine is from the roof at his high LM, and fine. If you for horses. Literally the word Heil means to walk arrogantly how that to walk with one's head up straight or held a pie and shoulders thrown back. And from the same route, if the URL is to think too great of oneself. So many times when people are

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obsessed with themselves, you can see it in the manner in which they walk as if they're walking into some arena, or competition or something. I mean, you're just walking around your house.

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And if you look at it, the Heil also the horse also, there is a particular stutter, or there's a particular you can say, arrogance in the manner that the horse walks with its neck up straight. The main is also standing up straight, the hair on the neck of the horse.

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And similarly the way that it moves its tail, the way that it runs. There's a particular type of show arrogance in that walk in the walk in the manner of the horse. And it's also affected the horse is called fame because the owner of the horse the fire who will hire the person who is riding the horse, or the person who owns horses, what about him? He is many times tested with Hyla meaning he thinks a lot of himself so I'll hire people love horses but in particular what kind of horses any random wild horses no Musa Musa woman is from the real pepper scene while me from salmon you sue? What does that mean? Literally? Yes, so Mona console, or that they were inflicting upon you evil

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torture, but what a samurai you assume would literally mean?

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Yes, so Munna come through a law that the people of their own. They used to inflict upon you evil torture, and famine literally means to take animals for grazing

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for civilians who literally means to graze. And Osama you seem from which is the human is is to take animals for better. So basically, it means to graze and from that it is to pursue something, to go after something to be inserted for something. But literally what does it mean to grieve? Secondly, it is said that was a woman if America was well seen me wasn't and what does wasn't mean to put a mark on something to brand something.

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So what does it mean by final MUSAWAH horses that are Musa woman that is understood in several ways. First of all, horses that are Musa women are horses that are grazing, which are spread across the meadows across the fields, grazing on huge properties that you own. So just the thought of having horses and the beauty of the scene of the horses grazing. This is also something that is very beloved to the people.

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Secondly, Hyden was a woman has been understood as horses that are more enamored meaning horses that are marked.

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What does that mean by marked horses, meaning they're marked with a shear. What kind of a mark is a shear a color that is different from the rest of the color? So basically a spot so like for example, you have a brown horse or a brown cow and it has one

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I spot on it. Or, for example, it's a black cow or a black horse, and it has white spots on it to the white spots or what shear. So what kind of horses do people like? Now plain colored ones. But they like horses, which have beautiful spots under, like, for example, a white spot on the forehead,

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or a spot on the side or something like that, then that has been said that marked horses doesn't mean those horses which are spotted, but rather it means those horses which had been branded with a particular work, why, for the purpose of identification, or for the purpose of duty, for example, what people will do is, even today, to mark their particular animals to mark their horses, they used to heat up a brand or something and they would put that on the horse in order to put a mark on him. Why? So that the horses identified.

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And if you think of it, if a person has 15 horses, and all of them have the same mark, they have the same DAG, they have the same label. What does that show, I have so many horses. So Hayden was a woman, horses that are granted that are marked why they marked for the purpose of beauty, or for the purpose of identification or for the purpose of showing off

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cycle. Some people might not understand why Allah subhanaw taala meant to branded horses, but if you look into our culture, back home, when a person wants to get made her my head will be like a whole bunch of horses, right? And they might be branded, the more horses you get, like the more status you have. So a girl who might be like very beautiful, her head like the horses that she might get are like more so Subhan Allah, Allah subhanaw taala as matching here in the Quran, and it's gonna happen today.

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still happens today.

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So horses that are marked, that are branded for beauty for identification. And also when horses were prepared for battle, or for some race. What do people do, they put a mark on them, they put a particular sign on them a particular saddle of a particular color, or something which identifies the horse as theirs as their property. So Haydn was a woman. So first of all, I musoma refers to horses that are grazing. Secondly, horses that are marked. And thirdly, it hasn't been said that Hayden was a woman, our horses that are beautiful, have a very good hybrid of a very good bloodline.

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Even our best 39, who said that they are branded, beautiful horses will hide in Misawa. Now we see that horses, what do they symbolize?

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wealth, status, beauty,

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strength, speed, transportation.

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So basically, we see that in some cultures, in some places, horses are used for transportation, and in other places as a status symbol for transportation, what is used cars, and some horses, they go up to the value of sometimes $100,000. Similarly, horse races for amusement, but how much money is put into it. But on the other hand, we see the cars, how much money people spend on their cars, how much money people spend on maintaining their cars, or looking after their cars on upgrading to newer and newer models. And you see Hidin musoma horses that are marked that are branded have a very high bloodline. So people are not satisfied with an ordinary car, or do they want a car that is MUSAWAH

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that is branded by its particular emblem, like a Mercedes emblem or BMW logo or whatever. So they want that particular sign on their car. And sometimes you'll see a car with a fake sign, why it was a woman. It's a status symbol. It's something that people love. It's something that shows your money or your wealth or your status. And we have so many different types of cars today. luxury cars, sports cars, exotic cars, supercars, and if you look at it, sometimes these sports cars, or these luxury cars, they're so impractical. When it comes to practical life, they're not practical at all. For example, if you look at a Ferrari or something, generally, the trunk, the boot is so tiny that

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you can't even put one bag of groceries in it. And literally it is as though you're sitting on the ground. Going over a speed bump is so risky. And then what's the point of having a car that can go so fast? That if you drive that fast, you're gonna get it

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You might lose your car, you might lose your license for some time. But still, people try so hard to get hold of these cars. And if they can't afford these cars, what do they do? They put posters of these guys. Or they'll go rent these cars. Or if a car passes by them, it's that guards this model. So we see how interested people are in cars today. There are so conscious of cars. And similarly, we see that sometimes people buy certain cars only do belong to a certain elite group. In order to be a part of a particular social class. Sometimes people do that. Now, if you have this particular car, then you will meet all those people who have this particular car, and then you'll be able to meet

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with them more often. And you'll be able to have business deals with them.

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Similarly, when you buy a car like that, they'll give you a jacket, they'll give you a helmet, they'll give you a fan, which has that sign on it so that you can show that you have that particular car. So we see that this is something that is a Chihuahua. This is something that is naturally within people,

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people who existed 2000 years ago, and people who also exist today.

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And obviously there's nothing wrong in having something that is going to benefit you. As long as a person does not become obsessed with

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that most of his time is going into reading about cars, or reading about something more important. researching about cars or researching about something that is more important.

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Most of his time is going on what on maintaining and looking after his car or maintaining looking after his family.

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So these things, what are they a shanwa? A natural desire and their distress. So well Hyden was a woman be there also a shower for the people and it's the shower that people love people desire a lot.

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