Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P12 124D Tafsir Yusuf 46-52

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "redness" in the past tense and the importance of asking for more information when sharing dream stories. They emphasize the need for planning and using the word "igrams to boost one's confidence", as well as the importance of acknowledging one's own truth and bringing value to oneself. They also stress the need for transparency in the current state of affairs and the need for people to show their abilities. The speakers emphasize the importance of self improvement and bringing value to oneself.
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So use of Arsalan when he was in the prison, what happened, these two men came and they asked him about the interpretation of their dreams. And exactly what he told them happened. One of the men, he was freed, he ended up back to his role of the water Bringer for his master. And that was the king because that person was basically a royal servant. And you serratus and I'm told him that when you go back, make sure to mention me, to your master, that I'm suffering in this prison, and I'm innocent, completely. But what happened this man forgot. So use of redness. And I'm stayed in the prison for a couple days. For

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for several years, and how much is several, somewhere between three and nine or five and nine. And if you think about it, if you want something to happen already, and a year goes by, and it doesn't happen, and another year goes by and it doesn't happen, another year goes by doesn't happen. What do you begin to think?

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What do you begin to think?

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Maybe it's not meant for me?

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Maybe it's not meant for me, it's never going to happen. So I might as well forget about it and do something else. No, don't despair. Because if it didn't happen, now, perhaps it will happen. Later. Be hopeful of Allah because what does Allah subhanaw taala say I am as my servant, thinks I am. So after all these years what happened? Allah subhanaw taala opened the doors for use of Jorge set up a new chapter began in his life, up until now, what was going on? Difficulty over difficulty trial over trial. And now inshallah you will see, it's all about ease after ease, how it began with the dream of the king, not any other person, but the king. Because if any other person has a dream, and

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that dream is bothering him, and people tell him, don't worry about it, you know, he'll forget about it, and he won't care. But the king, if he wants his dream interpreted, then he is going to make sure he gets that interpretation. Right. So look at how Allah subhanaw taala sends help through the dream of the king. So the king had this strange dream. And he asked his people about the interpretation. They said, don't worry about it. And then what happened? The man who was in the jail with use of an incident he remembered you so with Dakota BARDA on Metin remember the word is Dakota Dakota is fun, lick. And you might wonder there's no Val over here. So how is it from Vicki? The

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word is actually in Decker is Decker trying to say it.

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Is it easy?

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Is it easy, is deco like you really have to focus then and then. Alright, so the Arabs in their language you will find this that whatever word is difficult to pronounce. They will change it slightly. They will change the spellings just for the ease of pronunciation. This is within the Arabic language. All right, just as the word color what's the root

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off well, lamb now if you put it on the structure of past tense masculine it should actually be Hawala but come on koala koala so difficult simply make a caller

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Okay, so from caller ID it turned into caller well change into a live so likewise over here is the caller changed into it the caller it's just easy. Okay. So this man he remembered use of early Salaam and he said send me let me go to Yusuf and send me to the person I know a man over there and I will get the interpretation from him. And when he came he said us to all use have a you have Sadiq oh man of truth. Oh man of truth. You are so truthful. Why is he calling use of our listeners acidic? Because the interpretation that use of our listeners gave him years ago that came true. So he knows that use of our sound is not a liar. He's not a man who's pretending he is truthful, he is

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honest. So he said he use of a university and remember earlier this man he called him a more sin. And now he called him a Civic. He says aptina Tell us give us what was many explained to us. fee summary baccarat ciency Murnane about a dream in which a person has seen suburban Kurata seven cows that are see men that are fat yet coluna they eat them up who eats them up suburban or Jeff and seven lean ones was a very simple Latin cauldron and seven ears of grain that are green. Whoa ha yeah be set and seven others that are dry seven that are fresh and seven that are dry. So tell me the interpretation of this dream loudly Oh dear Ilana so that I can return to the people

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La La Mirada Mon. So that they can know what can they know they can know the interpretation of this dream and they can also know about you

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tell me the interpretation, I will go back tell them and they will find out about you also. Now what do we see use of artemisinin, his credibility is already established,

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it is already established. Now, think about it use of our SLM gave the man the interpretation of his dream, and that man didn't even look back to say thank you. Right? He didn't even remember use of realism, He completely forgot about him. If this happens to us, we do someone a favor, and they don't even look back and give us a glance or, or even show any kind of gratitude. How would we feel?

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How would we feel very upset, we would feel that our good gesture has been wasted. What's the point of doing good to others? They don't pay you back in any way. But what do we see if you do something for the sake of Allah, then Allah does not waste the reward of the Mercy Nene. If you surrender, Sam had not told this man the interpretation of his dream with this man come and ask, you know, so remember the good that you do in sha Allah one day, it will benefit you, it will always benefit you. If it doesn't benefit you tomorrow, it might benefit you 10 years from now, if it doesn't benefit you 10 years from now, maybe 20 years from now, if it doesn't benefit you in this life, perhaps it

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will benefit you at the time of your death. And perhaps it will definitely benefit you in the hereafter. So this man, he came and said, Are you have Sadiq use of old truthful men. And notice how he narrated the dream of the king to use of our listener exactly the same way as it was described earlier. No detail was left out, right? And nothing extra was added. And this is something that we must remember, if you're ever telling somebody about your dream in order to ask them about the interpretation. Don't leave out some details and make something else up. No. Making up dreams is also a crime. First of all, it's a lie. It's a big lie. And secondly, it's a crime also, because

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you're pretending to be what you're not. So use of SLM what was his answer? If you were in his place, what would your answer be?

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What would your answer be if you were in his place?

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Cool away. Now you remember me?

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Where were you all this time? You're using me?

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Whenever you want some information, you come and ask me then you go away.

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Why are you using me? This is not the character of a voice and who is a Marcin? He does good to others? Why for whose sake for the sake of Allah because he wants reward from Allah not from people. Always remember when you're doing something good. You don't expect from people because they can never pay you back? Can a thank you. a thank you note or a gift or a gift card anything? Can it ever be equal to the effort that you've made? Can it ever pay you back? If you do good to your child and your child grows up and he says mom every month I'm gonna give you $1,000 It will be rare if you see that happen. But even if it happens, can that make up for all that you've done for your child ever?

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So use of RSM because he was a Marcin, what did he do? He gave the answer right away. He gave the interpretation immediately. Carla, he said Does it Aruna. You will plant does it Aruna from Zutter ze raw ain, and Zutter is to plant and cultivate. So for example, you prepare the soil you put the seeds in and then as the plants grow, you look after them. Right? So this is all the process of Zutter so he's saying that you will plant Seborrheic Nina for seven years that have continuously consecutively without any break. From the letters Dan Hamza, remember earlier we learned to work with a sukoon under Hamza and what does that mean? Habit can be early for your own circle and file.

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Does it ring a bell? Yeah, if it doesn't, then hopefully inshallah in a couple of days it will win you will hear it in taraweeh. So that is what habit How do you develop a habit?

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How do you develop a habit by doing something continuously without a break? And this is why the month of Ramadan is the perfect time to develop a good habit. If you've been striving to develop a habit of reciting Quran everyday and you've been unsuccessful, this is the time

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If this is the time because if you do it 30 days in a row, then inshallah you can do it later also, right? So he said that you will plant meaning you will have your agriculture for how long seven years consecutively without any interruption without any break.

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And he says firmer, so that which has not done, you harvest how certain from how solid that household is to reap, to harvest. So whatever it is that you harvest for those who then leave it, meaning leave the grain, where fee somebody in it spike, what is the symbol, the ear, the spike in which the grain is, you know what I'm talking about.

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So, he said that whatever you harvest, meaning when the crop is ready, don't just take the seeds out, no, leave the grain in the sheath in the Sun Bowl, in that except Khalil and a little bit Minmatar cologne from that which you eat, meaning only extract that grain which you're going to eat immediately. Whatever you're not going to consume immediately. Leave it in the plant, leave it in the ear. Why? So that you can store it properly. Don't take the kernels out, otherwise, you won't be able to store them properly. Because the thing is that if the seeds if the grains if the kernels they're out, then what will happen? They will become stale. But if you leave them like for example,

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a packaging, if you leave it sealed closed, then can you store it for longer? Of course, but if there's a hole in it, if you take the food out of the packaging, is it going to stay? No, you can't preserve it. So use of artists and em. He's basically telling them the interpretation of the dream of the king, and he's also giving them the solution, what they should do in order to deal with the coming years. This is hikma this is her come with me. He said So may I do that then it will come mimbar the Dalek after that after what?

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After the seven years of a lot of produce, what will come suburban seven she Dadon difficult. She that is a Florida should eat one that is very difficult, meaning seven years of difficulty. What's this difficulty about? Famine, drought, shortage of food supplies. So you'll have seven years in which you will have a lot of agriculture a lot of produce. And then after that you will have seven years of difficulty meaning seven years of famine, yet COULDNA they will eat what will eat the seven years of drought, they will eat up mad that which are Dum Dum Lohana you sent ahead for them, meaning the food that you stored before in the first seven years. Now that stored food, you will end

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up consuming it when in the seven years of famine, inlet except a Leland a little bit mimma from that which you're soon you will store meaning you won't consume everything in those seven years of drill, you will still have a little bit leftover that you will store there as soon as from Hesson. What does Hesson mean? Fortress, right? So you will store it. Why for future plantation?

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Now you see what's going on over here. What was the king's dream? Seven fin cows are eating up seven fat cows. And then he saw seven ears of grain that were green and 70 years of grain that were dry. So what's the interpretation then from the Statement of Use of artisan and what do we understand that the seven fat cows they represent the seven good years. All right, they represent the seven good years in which there will be a lot of produce. And the seven lien cows, they represent the seven years of drought, a famine. And then the seventh lien cows, they eat up the fat ones meaning the seven years of drought will consume the food that they have stored in the seven fertile years.

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You understand? And then you will have fresh grain for seven years fresh food for seven years. All right green, some bullets. You will have them for the first seven years. But then for the next seven years, what will you consume? The seven dried ones, the food that you had stored for yourself. So you understand the interpretation of the dream. Now this dream did you ever think that this would be the interpretation? I mean, sometimes we see milk or we see water and we see that somebody's for example swimming a lot in water or somebody's

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Drinking a lot of milk. Remember that hadith that I told you? The prophets of Allah sent him he was drinking milk in his dream, and so much so that he felt so satisfied and the milk started coming out of his fingers. And then he gave the leftover to our model de la more annual. How did he interpret milk as knowledge? Right? So over here also, fat cows, meaning a lot of produce a lot of food, same cows, meaning shortage of food. All right, fresh brain, fresh green, meaning fresh food supplies, and then dried. What does that mean? You're eating up what you've stored from before. So do pay attention to dreams, not saying every dream every random crazy dream, but do pay attention to dreams

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because they are like a preparation for you for your future inshallah.

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Okay, Allah subhanaw taala helps us through our dreams that he prepares us for the future so that we can better prepare for it. Right. Now use of Isilon he gave them a 14 years planning basically, he didn't say you're gonna suffer a lot for seven years. So you know what, you better prepare, and you better take my help get me out of prison so I can help you. Otherwise your whole civilization is going to collapse? No, he just gave them the interpretation that the harvest of seven years is actually supposed to last you for 14 years. And this is a strategy that you must adopt in order to survive. So my yet deep then it will come in by the Dalek after that, meaning after these 14 years,

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which 14 years the first seven of fertility and the last seven off drought. What will come after that I'm on a year, a year fee in it you awfulness the people will be given rain, you are to eternal life. And rate means help. And it also means rain. Such rain that is really helpful. Really helpful. When is it helpful?

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When is it helpful? When it's hot, when it's dry? When there's shortage of water? So even if it rains a little bit, it's very, very helpful. This year Alhamdulillah, we've been seeing a lot of rain at Hamdulillah. But a couple years ago, if you remember, there was a summer in which there was hardly any rain, there was but very little and how hard it was how hard it was. So a little bit of rain even at that time was so helpful. So I will feed you awesomeness because you see the seven years before this year, how were they? How are they off feminine, Wi Fi here asleep alone. And in that year, you're asleep room, they will press meaning they will squeeze the fruits and the

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vegetables in order to derive juice in order to derive oil in order to derive different things from the produce. Now think about it. What is it that you will extract apple juice from your apples when you've got two apples in your refrigerator?

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When when you have a lot of apples sitting there and you know that you can't eat them up? So what do you say you might as well take some juice out and drink it. It'll be used up quickly in Sharla right? So we'll be here soon what does that mean that there will be so much food abundance of fruit abundance of produce and people will have a lot of oil also a lot of juice also a lot of drinks also. And also remember that milk is a liquid and where does that come from? From animals and when can you have milk from your animals when they have produced to eat? Now this dream

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use of artisan and finally he said about it that things will return to normal. You 14 years of difficulty. One year of a lot of rain and then in Charlotte things will return to normal. The feminist seven years away, but it will last for seven years. Okay, it's seven years away, but it will last for seven years. So pre planning is needed.

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Now the King when he received this kind of an answer. First of all, the interpretation was quite impressive. And then secondly, the suggestions. I mean, the planning that use of Allison proposed that was also mind blowing. This king is like we'll call him Maliko And the king said oh to maybe bring this guy to me. Why is he in the prison? What's he doing in the prison? Bring him to me. I want to meet him I want to see him Why is he in jail? Philomathean when gehele Rasul the messenger came to him came to to use of Ali salaam who's messenger, the Messenger of the king of Rasul Allah

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is being used in the literal sense that kings envoys he was sent to use of artisan and to bring use of resin and out of the prison and take him to the court of the king you know with a lot of honor and dignity red carpet, whatever. What happened. Color use of SLM said tell me if you were in that position, what would you do? Finally, run. Don't look back, use a Bernie Sinha. He is so calm, he says, integer a lot of big. Go back to your master. I'm not coming out right now. Go back to your master and fuss and hope and ask him man what is Balou the condition of a Nisswa of those women allottee those who are Turner they cut idea Hoonah their hands.

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Go and ask and find out what is the state of the women because of whom I ended up over here in Nairobi indeed, my lord, and this can be understood in both ways, my lord meaning Allah subhanaw taala. And my master meaning the Aziz Missler under whom use of artisan was working, he became the he narrowly in his knowing of their case of their plot in this was all a plot of women because of which I ended up in jail.

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And I was innocent of this. So I want to know, what is the condition? What is the state? What is the present state of affairs of those women? Are they still the same?

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Are they still up on their old ways? If I come out, will I face the same problem? If I have to face the same problem, then why bother to come out? I'd rather stay here because Rob decision would have been a year right? Session is more beloved to me than that which they call me to.

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So use of Redis and M does not rush out. Why is he asking this? Why is he bringing up this issue that happened so many years ago? Why doesn't he just let it get buried and die off by itself?

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So that his case can be clearer?

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So that his innocence is known? Because if any person has some kind of criminal record, okay, then he's not going to be trusted by people. Right? How can people accept them? How can people you know, trust this individual?

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And if you think about it, many people, whether it's in politics, or any position of fame, any kind of high position? What do their enemies do if they want to bring them down? What do they do they bring up a scandal

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write a scandal that perhaps happened years and years ago, a man who was like in his 70s in his 80s. And a young woman is claiming that a decade ago, two decades ago, he sexually assaulted me. What's the point of all of this? What's the point of all of this? Why did they do this, to stain the image of that individual so that he can lose his credibility so that people don't look up to him anymore. People don't trust him anymore. They highlight the crimes off their photos in order to bring them down. Now use about Islam was supposed to be a prophet of Allah.

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And he was supposed to convey the messages of Allah to the people. And if people doubted his chastity, you think they would believe in Him?

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So He wanted to make sure that people would have no reason to doubt. Okay, they would have complete trust on him. He wanted to make sure that his image was clear before the people and he also wanted to ensure that if he was to come out of the prison, he wouldn't be facing the same problem anymore.

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Now, the prophets Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he said something about use of any sunnah. He said, we're alone a bit of a Sydney man levy the use of a jab to dairy. If I were to stay in prison for such a long time as use of death, I would have certainly accepted the offer.

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I would have certainly responded to the caller. Meaning as soon as the king would have called me I would have gone I wouldn't have waited for anything because this is human nature.

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As soon as you see relief, you rush for it. As soon as you see a prize, you rush to get it. But use of SLM he was so patient. He was so calm. He was so composed to see that he sewed together, his emotions don't control him. He controls his emotions.

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And this is so important that you are not driven by your emotions. Because if you're driven by your emotions, at one time you're being driven by your hunger at another time you're being driven by your anger. At another point you're being driven by your frustration at another point you're being driven by your day.

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desire, then what's the difference between us and animals? What's the difference? What's the difference between adults and children?

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One of the very beautiful qualities that a person can possess is a healthy, being Haleem. And what is Helen forbearance and tolerance, that when a person is able to control himself, he's able to control himself when he has all the right to be angry, and he has all the ability to express his anger. But at that time, he controlled himself that is held. And that's a very beautiful quality, very noble quality. So the king, what did he do? Did he say forget about those women? Whatever happened seven years ago happen, we don't care about it just come out now. Know the king also, because he wanted to benefit from use of Alesana. He made all the accommodations for use of race.

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Color, the king said Mohawk valcona What was your condition? He said to the women the king is now asking the women imagine the king is questioning some people. What was your hot dog hot dog is from the root letters hot lava and copper is the condition that a person is in when he's doing something when he is engaged in an action. Earlier we learned the word bail and bail is also used for condition and that is the present state of affairs. Use of rice and I'm wanting to know the present state of affairs. And the king is asking the women about what situation they were in. When it rawa tuna use of NFC when you sought to seduce use of our listener. Meaning what exactly happened? What

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was going on? What exactly happened? Did use of do something wrong? Did he say something wrong? Did he do something inappropriate? Tell us what happened. Color. The women replied ha Shatila. Perfect is Allah the same expression? Perfect is Allah ma I live now we do not know I lay the about him and sue in any evil. We don't know anything bad, anything negative about user. He is 100% innocent, he didn't do anything wrong is pure. He is guilt free.

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So what happened then, on the team, Aziz now the main woman who started all this problem, the wife of Aziz now she said, Anna, now, house hustle, help, the truth has become evident. Now the truth has become evident house hustle, how sought help sought for letter? And what does this mean? It means what law to become clear to become evident. It's basically when something becomes evident when what was concealing it is removed.

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So a fact or reality and evidence, right? It becomes evident how that what was concealing it, it came off.

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Okay. Like for example, if you're sitting with your family, and you're just tricking your brother, and you take his fork and you hide it, okay, under your let's enter yourself, okay. It's like, where's my fork? Where do you put it? Where's my fork? Where did you put it? You You didn't bring it? Did you bring it? And he says, oh, nevermind. So he goes and brings another one. Now what happens? You forget that it's hiding under you. And then you get up after your dinner. And the fork is right there on the chair.

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So the brother he realizes that you are hiding it you were pretending as if you had no idea, but you are hiding it. So this is house hustle.

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Okay, so the woman she said now, hustle, hustle, help, the truth has become evident. And now I can't hide it. I can't conceal it anymore. The reality is that enter or what to who are Nipsey I tried to seduce him. I tried to seduce him. What into who Lemina saw the pain and indeed he is of the truthful. He is of the truthful. He never did anything haram. He never tried to harass any woman. We harassed him and I started all of this. He is of the truthful, and I am guilty.

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Now, you might say finally that woman confesses. But this also shows the greatness of that woman.

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Because there are many people who do something wrong and they will hide their crime

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even till the moment of their death. They're being punished until that moment they're saying I am innocent. I'm innocent, whereas all the evidence is they prove

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have very clearly that they are guilty.

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But what do we see here that this woman, she confessed, and this is what brings greatness to a person. Mistakes happen. big sins can happen, big offenses can happen. But your greatness is when you accept it when you confess it. And when you apologize when you seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala.

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One more thing I want you to notice over here, which is very, very relevant to us, very relevant to us. That use of s&m He didn't come out immediately. He said, I want to know what the state of the women is. And the king, he actually opened up this case when the people had closed it. And the king led the investigation into this case, he accommodated use of our listeners. Why? Why? Because he wanted use of SLM. Why? Because use of our SLM had something to offer that others did not. He had something of value.

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He could contribute to the whole nation something that others could not.

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Now what happens with us? Why is it that wherever we go, anything that we want to do, what do we face, that people are not willing to accommodate us? Why? Because they don't need us. They know that if they don't hire us, they have somebody else to hire, they will always find a replacement for you. We complain that people are racist. We complain that people are anti Islam, anti Muslim. But the fact is that do we ever focus on self improvement that people have no choice but to accept us the way we are?

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Think about it. If you have expertise, if you have something valuable to offer, people will hire you. As a top class IT consultant even with the full niqab.

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And I'm not making up this example.

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This is a person who might know off in the city. Full niqab and I'm talking about a black one, okay?

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A black one, not a nice colorful one, a black one, top class ID consultant.

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And she works. And she gets paid Mashallah. Big money. Why? Because she has something special to offer her work ethic, her expertise, her qualifications, they all make the company needy of her they need her, they cannot find anyone to replace her.

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So always work on your own self. improve yourself so much that others will not be able to say no to you. Focus on yourself. But unfortunately, our position within normal senses what that we are always on the receiving end.

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Right there. We're always on the receiving end, can you make this allowance for us? Can you give us a discount over here? And can you please give us this in the name of charity? And can you please excuse us of this in the name of welfare? This is what we're doing. We're not contributors, if we're not contributing, then how can the lower hand be better than the upper hand? How we have brought mascara and Villa upon ourselves. So other people also don't give any value to us. They don't give any value to us use of medicine. I was in a nation of non Muslims. This was not a Muslim people. This was not a Muslim nation. This was a non Muslim country. And he is going to be making his way up

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in the government. How, how, by fighting in politics know, through his flock, through his expertise through his work ethic. This is how he's making his way up. When we are not true to our word, when we don't even submit an assignment on time. When we don't show up and when we bring up false doctor's notes to our professor at the time off exams. What respect are people gonna have for us?

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If work starts at nine o'clock, and we're showing up at 930? Why would they respect us? Why would they accommodate us?

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If we are taking holidays, you know, for every little thing? Why would they accommodate us at the time of wreath? If we take our lunch break so long? Why would they like to give us a break for Asana? why?

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It's because we are falling short. And this is the reason why we don't receive openness from other people. If we do our work to the best of our ability, bring excellence, excellence, do your studies, do your work, then inshallah you'll see the doors open for you.

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There is a Muslim woman who grew up in a refugee camp in Lebanon when she

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run away from Palestine. And she's only 20 Yet she was named the youngest Doctor in the world. And she was in full hijab.

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So how?

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How was it possible? We think that because I'm wearing the hijab, everyone should just treat me like I'm a queen, I'm a princess. But that's not the reality, the reality is that people are going to see what is it that you do? What is it that you have learned? What is it that you can give? How is it that you can benefit they want value from you.

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So bring value how by bringing excellence in your work in your efforts. But our problem is that we just want to get by everything just perform at an average level.

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So what happened then, use of artists Anam his character is proven as excellent again, that one stain that was on it removed. And now when his credibility is completely established, his honesty is well known, what happened there Lika use of alyssum says that is Leah Allama. So that he may know who may know my master Aziz, he may know and neither indeed I love a Han who I did not betray him. I did not do piano with him. Bill AB in his absence, meaning in the absence while he was in the unseen, meaning while he was not there. In his absence, I did not betray him, by doing haram with his wife were Anila halaya, Dil cablecar, any and that indeed, Allah does not guide the plot of the

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betrayers, the plan of those who betray those people who do Fianna, whatever work they're doing. Temporarily, they might be winning, but eventually, they can never be successful because ALLAH does not guide them. He does not open the ways for them. They eventually meet failure there, luckily, our lemma and Neela Mahan who believe now, use of Redis and I wanted to make sure that he was innocent, and he wanted to make sure that this has proven to the people. Why? Because if people find out that he was dishonest to his master,

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then how could he be honest with them?

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If a person cannot be honest with one individual, then how can he be honest with so many individuals? So this is the reason why he made sure that his innocence was known. Also remember that the prophets of Allah, they possess two very important characteristics, all the prophets of Allah.

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First of all, a slip. And secondly, Amana Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't he known as a sodic and Al Amin, right he was known as a Saudi, the truthful one, and El Amin, the trustworthy one.

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Now use of SNL was his slip established, of course, how interpretation of the dream that man came and he said use of IUs Sadiq truthfulness was established, but Amana that was a little bit shaky. So by going over this by making sure that he was proven innocent, what happened? His Amana was also established. Why is it necessary that the prophets of Allah should possess these two qualities and these two qualities should be well known to the people about the prophets of Allah? Why? Because they are the receivers of God's message and conveyors of God's message. And if people think that they might lie, or they might be dishonest, then how can they trust him? How can they accept

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anything from him?

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Let's listen to the recitation. You also for a you're hustling the Astina a Steena he said don't worry about all

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the money going

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on. Jeff

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Boulet in blue for visa

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vie oh god

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you know I love you

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all letters on

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one tone feather Oh fees,

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bullying, further Oh fees.

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