Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P14 134D Tafsir Al-Nahl 17-21

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of gratitude and being grateful for small things, such as thanking others for helping with difficult times and shrooming individuals. They stress the need to not give things back and not give things to anyone again, as well as the negative impact of not being aware of one's potential consequences. The speakers also touch on the challenges of living in a hot and cold environment and the importance of gratitude and gratitude for personal growth.
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After mentioning all of these blessings, Allah subhanaw taala asks us FMLN is then who your local, he creates the one who creates command, like the one who lay a clock who does not create, can they to be the same.

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The one who has created all of this for you and for the rest of the creatures on the earth He provides for you. And he also provides for other creatures, so much so that he has given all of you your food, means of livelihood, a home that is safe and secure, where you can feel at peace. It's not constantly shaking, you can travel from one place to the other, you have landmarks, you have certain signs in the atmosphere on the ground that tell you that you have to move or, you know, for example, fish, how do they know they have to migrate? Water temperatures, water level that serves as an alarm for them as a sign for them? For other bigger fish? How do they know they have to go from

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one place to the other when they hear the sounds of certain other fish? So he is guiding you and every creature FMA your flock so the one who has created? Can he be like the one who has not created a fanatic?

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Don't you realize? Don't you understand? Don't you get it? Then how could you equate the creator of all with the creator of nothing?

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How could you put both at the same level? How could you do that? Isn't this unfair? Isn't this completely illogical? That the being who has made everything everyone providing for everything in such complicated intricate ways and systems? He you are equating someone else with him and that's someone else what has he made layoff? Look, he doesn't create anything. What interrupt do and if you count near Matala, the blessings of Allah that are so high, you could never enumerate them. You could never enumerate the blessings of Allah if you start counting and listing that okay, Allah has given us this blessing, this blessing this lesson, this blessing. If you start making a list, that

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list would never end. This is the favor of the Hollick on you. What is the favor that others have shown you? What have they done for you? You give them everything of yours, you love them, you fear them? You hope from them, you trust on them, you rely on them, what have they given to you? Nothing. And Allah azza wa jal, he has given you everything you have so much so that if you start counting the blessings, you could never enumerate them, you could never put them in a list. But yet in the law, the law for over human did Allah, Surely He is Forgiving and Merciful, forgiving and merciful, that you use the blessings. You forget the giver, you never turn and say thank you. But still he

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keeps giving you and giving you and giving you and forgiving you.

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He keeps forgiving you. Has it ever happened that you give something to someone and they don't say thank you. And you say, You know what? I'm never giving to them again.

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Has it ever happened? I'm sure it's happened many times, that when we see people are being ungrateful to us, we say fine, be that way. I'm not going to give you anything again. Mothers, you know what I'm talking about?

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We expect we demand gratitude from people. We demand it from them. So much of the we keep reminding our children say thank you say thank you, you forgot to say something, it's good, that we're teaching them very good other that they should be thankful to those who help them to those who gift you know anything to them, they should be thankful. However, if you think about it, how much is it that we expect from others, that they should thank us and if they don't thank us, then we get offended?

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So much so that we say that's it. I'm not giving to them again.

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How many times is it that we have really thanked Allah, we have really thanked Allah genuinely for the blessings that He has given us. Whether it is a blessing of food or the blessing of beautiful clothes, or the blessing of money or the blessing of friends, the blessing of an able bodied, the blessing of children, the blessing of parents of siblings of education, opportunities, so many blessings he's given, but how many times is it that we really say thank you, Allah

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when we do talk about blessings, we talk about what's not right with them.

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We list the problems. Whereas we should be listing what the blessings were interrupt duniya Rahmatullahi Latur sue her. You can never

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enumerate the blessings in the Lucha Libre fold over ham. Indeed Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. So do we have any right to complain?

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Do we have any right to complain to Allah? subhanaw taala any right? No don't.

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Because when we are being tested through suffering, through deprivation and that is part of life, remember that while we are suffering while we are deprived of certain things, there are also many other blessings that Allah has given us at the same time because in nama I'll rosary you saw when the difficulty is ease also. So with trials there are also blessings with grief, there is also joy, with hunger there is also food with pain, there is also happiness in nama I loosely use

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when we forget these blessings and we start completing that is when we become sad and depressed and unhappy in general. I'm not talking about chronic depression or like, serious depression, but in general people, they're always, you know, feel those downs. When is it that we feel like that sad and down and unhappy and miserable when we forgotten our blessings? In Thoreau dooner Matala, heliodor Suha in the Lucha love hood over Him, He is Forgiving and Merciful. Well, Allahu Allah. And Allah knows Mata Serrano methylene on what you keep secret and what you declare, he knows what you keep in your heart, what your beliefs are, what your wishes are, what your thoughts are, what your

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feelings are, whether you're really happy and content, or you're dissatisfied and you're angry, and you're jealous, because others have something and you don't have it alone knows what you keep secret and what you declare totally known meaning what you say to others, what you show to others of your happiness or your anger or your frustration, whatever it may be.

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When Ladino Yoder Unum and dune Allah and those whom they invoke other than Allah lay a little corner che, they do not create anything on your own and they themselves are creative. So shirk is basically destroyed over here completely destroyed.

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That on the one hand, is Allah azza wa jal who has created everything, everyone, if you count his blessings, you cannot put a number to them. You cannot do that. Because there are too many. There's so many, they're endless. Think about the grains of rice that you've eaten

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in your entire life. It's beyond us, we cannot calculate that.

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Think about the number of apples that you've seen the number of leaves that you've seen, it's beyond us. So He is Allah, the giver of all these blessings. And on the other hand, people are turning to someone who has not created anything, but they themselves are created homeo Lacan, so for example, an idol it's made, or people they make dua to, for example, a human being an angel, a dead person in the grave, who are they? Allah Ozma? Nope because Allah is Holly ako coalition. He is the Creator of everything. He is the Holic Allah Haluk the Supreme Creator, the owner, the Malik and everyone else is mum Luke. He is a Rob and everyone else's Mahboob the one who is on

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so then why do you prefer the week?

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The creation over the Creator? I'm wet on their dead floral of my yet who's dead?

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Those whom you call upon meaning they're lifeless beings. They're either dead now or they're going to die soon. If it's, you know, objects that people worship. So for example, a mountain a tree, a rock and idle what does it have any life? Does it have any life? No, it doesn't. If it had life, it would move by itself there unless and if they're human beings that are living angels or birds or other creatures that are walking on the earth, eventually one day they're going to die. They're unwell.

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Leila Yeah. Not alive, meaning they're not eternal.

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Who is eternal? Only Allah wa Mallya, Sharon Luna, and they do not even realize they do not even perceive they don't have any idea, a yen or your baritone as to when they will be resurrected. Meaning these gods whom you worship besides Allah, they don't even know when they will be resurrected. Meaning once they die, and their turn to dust, when is it that the Trumpet will be blown to that resurrection will take place they don't have any idea about that.

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The other day, I saw a picture of their

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is a Hindu festival where they take one of their idols. And after doing a lot of rituals, they take the idol to the sea, and they let the idol wash away. So the picture showed, you know, people doing the ritual at night, and then there was a picture of the morning after, and people already are working whatever. And the picture shows that the sea washed back the remnants of the idle, so the lake here and the arm here and there, and bulldozers taking all of the parts and just taking it away towards the garbage. And so, and it got me thinking that, you know, when they're doing these rituals, they're doing it at night, whenever they're going away. But what's happening afterwards,

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they don't know that these idols are coming back in pieces and parts and they go into the garbage at the end of the day.

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They don't even know when they will be resurrected. If you think about it, we as human beings, when we go to sleep, do we have any control over waking up? Can you ever say that, okay, I'm going to be up at 6am

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No, you don't have any control over that you set the alarm, you don't hear it?

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Or somebody is trying to wake you up, but still you don't hear it because when it comes to waking up from sleep, we don't have any control over it. Likewise, when it comes to coming back to life, who has control over it, hopefully Allah subhanaw taala he can resurrect, Wilma yesh, Runa a Yana ubar throne. So basically, when our sleep, our life, our death, our lives, our provision, the food we eat, the places we go. The days we see the nights we sleep in, everything is in his control, even resurrection is in his control. He created everything that how is it that we can forget him and turn towards others? There is no logic there is no evidence there is no proof for shake. Neither in the

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earth nor in the sky. Nor in our lives. No proof worship. It has no basis no foundation, only the Harlock the Malik he deserves to be worshipped

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as human beings What needs do we have?

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lists them? What are our needs? basic ones? Most important ones, you know, across the world.

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Shelter, okay, food and Okay, oxygen, air. Okay. Water.

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Sleep. Okay.

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Clothes. Okay, and

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what else?

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Education, travel? Protection? What about beauty?

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Looking good. wearing nice clothes, wearing jewelry decorating your house? Isn't that a need?

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Like, if you seen even the most, you know, primitive homes that existed of us, you see their pictures, their drawings? What do you see in them? If you go to a museum, what do you see a lot of art, because it's a human need. In these if every single need has been mentioned, right that how Allah subhanaw taala has fulfilled it. When it comes to, for example, education lit up the home. And finally, you can travel from one place to the other and learn something there sleep night. Right? food, air, rain, water, all of that. So any need that you have, Allah has fulfilled it for you, he has provided you everything that you could possibly need.

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And best of all, he's also giving you guidance. He's also giving you guidance, and he's given you an apple so that you can use what you have and be creative and fulfill your needs even more.

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So the one who has shown so many blessings to you. Yet there are times when you're upset with him, and you're angry with him and you forget him and you turn to others. That doesn't make sense. That's completely illogical.

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So, remembering these blessings should make us grateful. Which means that every trial, every difficulty in life, no matter what we're going through, what should we always remember? The blessings. They should help us survive every trial

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goes out even Taymiyah he said that.

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trials and tribulation in life are like heat and cold.

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What are they like? heat and cold? Do you have any control over the changing season? No, no matter how much you want the summer to stay? It's not going to stay? It's getting colder day by day. All right. So this is how trials and tribulation are. When a person accepts them. This is part of life. I cannot avoid it. Then what happens he doesn't become angry. He doesn't become frustrated. He doesn't become disheartened when these difficulties when these trials come in life.

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One of the biggest blessings we have is the way we live on this earth how we breathe and how everything still around is so easy

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His two weeks ago like on Hamdulillah, I like made $1 I like long time ago that I want to go scuba diving in the sea and I did 100 like two weeks ago. And just to go underneath the water so deep, you have to put a cylinder to breathe, the way you have to cover up your years, and how you have to even like a just underneath the water, they can kind of just right away, that like salty water, which is so salty, like if you take one it's like you're taking gallons of salt in your mouth. So it's like so difficult underneath the water to survive for like couple of minutes. And how you survive, like affects every little thing on your body, because the pressure of the water and everything. And then

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the second thing is that was just blessing going underneath the water, then the world underneath the water was

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beautiful, the amount of different colors of fishes, big fishes, small fishes, and how they're so interested, who is this creature in our area and is panel is such a blessing. And the pressure that is down there. I mean, if deep sea divers, they can't just come up like this. No, they have to come up to a certain level. And they have to stay there for some time, get used to the water pressure over there and then come out because if they move from deep down all the way to the surface of the water within minutes, that pressure could cause a lot of damage to their bodies. Likewise, going out to the space. I mean, even that is so difficult. Where is it that we are meant to live? Everything

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has been provided to us where this earth this earth every need is fulfilled.

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I was thinking about the Earth, looking to the full moon and looking down on this earth. So I was thinking of a quarter apple and

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they could also bring the sugar. So if we do de facto and if we do the apple all these things bring us sugar and sugar lead to Heda Yes, she could lead to die because it is the grateful servants that are saved from the attacks of Siobhan because Japan how is it that he leads ministry by making him feel ungrateful. This is what Billy said, Well, at that you do ACTA rom shackling you will not find most of them. Grateful that just because we're suffering from this problem, we are so poor and miserable. And why is Allah subhanaw taala doing this to us? No, he's testing you. But at the same time, he's given you so many blessings. And if you start counting the blessings, the problems will

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look so small,

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they will look so small. And this is what we see in the lives of the righteous people, the successful people, that how they lived the most difficult lives, yet they were happy, they were at peace. They were at peace, as Johanna Simon with me in his life, he experienced so much difficulty so much opposition, so much hatred of others. So many times he was imprisoned. So many times, you know he was exiled restrictions were placed on him. But you don't find that men complaining.

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Never, never at all. In fact, whenever he was told that your enemies are planning to kill you or they're going to put you behind bars, he would say Jannetty fie Saudi. My Jana is in my Saudi.

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What can my enemies do to me, they cannot harm me, this peace and happiness that I have in my heart, it goes with me wherever I go. So if they exile me, that will be hidden from me. If they kill me, that will be shahada for me, if they imprison me, that will be a time for worship.

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And that's exactly what happened with him when they imprisoned him the last imprisonment that he was in, in which he died. Last two years of his life, two years he was in imprisonment in confinement. And towards the end of his life, they even confiscated his pens and papers. And imagine an alum who has spent his entire life reading and writing and teaching. I mean, pen and paper is more precious to him then food that was taken away from him. But still, he didn't complain. He recited the Quran, you know how many times in those two years at times,

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at times he reviewed the Quran in those two years how many of us have recited the Quran at times in our lives.

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When he was told the last imprisonment, they're going to imprison you said I was looking forward to it.

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I was waiting for this inshallah this will have a lot of hide. For me a lot of good for me.

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A lot of blessing for me, because there is no trial except that it comes with a blessing. And this is what we need to remember throughout our lives. Count the blessings, not the problems.

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Anything is bothering you. Your spouse is bothering your children or bothering you

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or parents are bothering you, whoever is bothering you becoming a source of pain and agony for you in life, your houses, whatever is your studies are your work, your body, whatever is becoming a source of discomfort for you start counting the blessings and you will feel embarrassed that you're being impatient over.

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You were finding a reason to complain over it, because there's so many blessings with it.

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So, I want to share something that I seen recently in the book. It's one of the things of the prophets alarm system, where he says Whoever gets up in safe and in good health and has foodstuff in his day, he is as it has the whole world. And what we normally take as the whole world is money fame, like social, like who's in your social gathering, and we don't really take in our health, we only remember our health when we're in sickness, and how we're so grateful for it, then, exactly. So whoever wakes up in the morning, safe in his body, or in the who quote, we only he and he has the quote, the food of that day, than it is as though the whole world has been given to him. I mean,

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he's rich, that's the definition of rich.

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And how rich are we?

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How if you notice how each of the steps or less has given us, so you start with reflecting, then you start, then the next with remembrance, and eventually to gratefulness, you see that throughout each of these steps, it's just betterment for you. If you are able to accept the situation you're in, if you're able to be grateful, no matter what the situation is, your own life is easier to live. It's just it's better for you to be grateful, because then you're not the one with the emotional and psychological problems. You're not you know, hurting constantly, it's just easier for you to live if you are grateful.

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This is so true. Because when a person is grateful, who's happy, he's happy.

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The grateful person is the first one who benefits from his gratitude. He's the first one to benefit from it, because in his heart, he will be happy. I was listening to a lecture by Numana the heart, and he said that we're ungrateful because we assume that we deserve everything. So if we stopped thinking that we deserve everything, and we realize that all the things that Allah subhanaw taala has given us for free, we would be more grateful for what we have. Yes, I mean, think about it, these things that Allah has given us. What are the blessings favors gifts?

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Since when did we ever think we deserved gifts?

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You know, if a child goes to them and say, Where's my gift?

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What would you think about that child? They feel so entitled, this is so wrong, how have they been raised? This is how we think we feel so entitled. And this is why just because one thing is not according to our wishes, we're offended.

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It just makes me think about the cord. Imagine if you wake up the next day with everything that you think God for the day before, and you think about it, and you would literally have nothing because you're always complaining and you're never been grateful for the smallest things you have

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in Allah, love or food or Rahim He is Forgiving and Merciful, that despite our ingratitude, despite the fact that we don't even acknowledge the blessings, he keeps giving, keeps giving. Allah gives and forgives, and man gets and forgets.

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So we need to kind of change our behavior. We need to receive the blessings that Allah is giving us, okay, take it, get it. But don't forget, remember.

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Remember those blessings, remember to be thankful

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that everything is perfect. I don't have anything to complain about, right? I was just thinking that it's actually a skill that you need to develop yourself to actually think about it and actually be grateful for things and trials that you do have to take them as blessings in disguise. So it's not something that everyone can just do. And it's something that you consciously need to do. Yes, you have to make yourself feel grateful and be grateful. And say words of sugar so that you can think like that. It's not something that will come naturally always.

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You know, it's like somebody gives you a gift. And no matter what kind of gift it is, what do you say?

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Thank you. Even if you don't really like that gift, it's more of a burden for you. But the fact that somebody gave you a gift, you say thank you in return. So you have to make yourself say thank you, even though you're not feeling all that grateful.

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And when you keep saying thank you, when you keep saying thank you then what happens it becomes a habit

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and when it will become a habit. Then you will start thinking

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positively about others also. So, say Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah. Think about it after every Salah what is encouraged what should we say?

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What should we say? Alhamdulillah 33 times SubhanAllah 33 times at Hamdulillah 33 times and Allahu Akbar 33 times or 34 times in Salah Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen what is that chakra? In the morning when we get up? What do we say

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Alhamdulillah he lovey are here now, by the marina. When you put on your new codes, what do you say? Alhamdulillah Hilary Casserly, Hannah Felber right after you eat, what do you say? Alhamdulillah. So from the Sunnah also, what do we learn? Remember to thank Allah, because Allah in Ceccato let us either knuckle, Allah has no need of our gratitude. But if we're grateful, we're only benefiting ourselves. And when we're ungrateful, we're only causing loss to ourselves.

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There was this video I was watching. Someone posted it on Facebook, and I couldn't believe it is this is in Yemen. There was this man, he has a disease to the point where his right leg is crooked this way. And so it's his left leg. And his hands are the same way. And he can't walk the key tries really hard to walk. And he comes to the masjid, which is really really far from his house and he's very poor. He comes to msgid to hurt us or McRib and Russia he stays from the Russia. And he goes cemetery to goes inside and to the point where he crawls who crosswind, the masjid, and when after he goes in, he prays his Salah after that he climbs the stairs to read his Quran. He can't like

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speak properly. And he struggled and the way like he's trying to memorize and then the guy that was reporting on him, he took him home. He was like, I always wanted to compare Fajr. But my family is very scared. They don't want me to go because someone needs to guide him at night. And he's tasked how much He loves them. I said, he goes every single day in Toronto near medulla, they're so happy because so what if one thing is not the way I wanted, at least Allah subhanaw taala has given me something else. You know, when we don't have something, we make that an excuse, an excuse for being upset and excuse for not doing something. But when we want to do something really, there are no

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excuses. The excuses not external. Where is it? It's in the heart. It's in the heart that is where the problem lies. Because on the external Allah subhanaw taala has given us enough that we can do whatever we want to do whatever is essential for us. There is no reason for us to stay behind no reason whatsoever.

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You recently I was listening to the biography of xi Assadi. Man Assadi. You may have heard of that the proceeds of Sita Saudi, he was the teacher of shift of an earth I mean, this amazing scholar, he was very, very young when his father passed away when his mother passed away.

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And he was raised by his stepmother

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until he was the age of six. And then he went to live with his older brother and his older brother, basically, he encouraged him to learn and memorize and study the deen and shake authority. He didn't live a very lavish life, not a very lavish life, he chose to keep away from dunya you know, from the very beginning. And you can imagine that living that kind of a life is difficult. It is quite difficult living with a little money, a few means is difficult, but yet he chose to live like that. And before that, also, I mean the situation that he was in the Father, not there, the mother not there being raised by step mother, and then with the brother, and being encouraged to learn and

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study who can do this, someone who

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has a positive mindset. Someone who is grateful for what they have. Otherwise, generally what happens we feel so much pity on ourselves, so much pity, I mean a loss that we incur 20 years ago, we cry today because of that.

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That when I was little this is what my so and so sad to me and this is how they treated me and other Allah, this is what happened with me. And that grief is still there in our hearts. Disabling us literally your griefs. What they have done is that they've tied our hands we cannot be free. So set yourself free. Get over this grief get over this loss. How? By remembering the blessings of Allah by being thankful for the blessings that He has given you today, right now. We have no reason to complain. We have no excuse to complain

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they'd be angry. No reason. Because no matter what situation we are in, there are problems. But there are also blessings. There are also blessings above, below, around within beyond.

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And I'm humbled Allah for all those blessings.

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Elaborating on the point about how subconsciousness picks up from your conscious mind. Also, that when you say something out loud, your brain starts believing it automatically, right? So if you're, if you're saying things out loud, as in complains that Oh My God, My life sucks, this is horrible, this is horrible, your mind is going to start believing that regardless of whether that's true or not, and vice versa, that if you're being grateful for things, like even little things, then your minds gonna start believing that and it's gonna start being grateful. Yes. So what you say, that's what you feel. I just wanted to say quickly, two Fridays ago, Chef Omar Suleiman was talking about

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how we have tendency to say, for example, oh, my computer broke down, my car broke down, but Alhamdulillah so he said, that was an insult to Allah. and I, we were giggling at the time, but then when I went home, I started to see how many times I say that,

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right? And how many times people around me say that, like, but Alhamdulillah that we complain, and we say, oh, but Alhamdulillah that's very true. We really need to check ourselves because if we are complaining and then we're saying 100 Allah then okay, you said Alhamdulillah but that saying that hamdulillah should not just be you know, a formality you should mean it and if you mean it, then you don't need to complain before that. May Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to really be thankful and grateful from our hearts so that we can change our thinking our attitude and be grateful servants of Allah

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will listen to the recitation of these verses

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what you

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hola hola. So

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long for

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one long way

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to see

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on one you

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panic alone will be handy ignition will lead Illa illa Anta

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to Blake center morning

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