Taleem al Quran 2012 – P16 157D Tafsir Maryam 59-65

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The speakers discuss the meaning of "medicals in Arabic," including "medicals for successors," "medicals for disrespectful generation," and "medicals for good and bad generation." They emphasize the importance of praying at the right time and avoiding wasting time, as well as the negative consequences of pursuing one's desires and pursuing others. The conversation also touches on the importance of control and staying up late to avoid overwhelming one's body, as well as the importance of healthy eating and praying for one's spiritual health. The speakers emphasize the need for people to make themselves aware of the consequences of not doing so, and emphasize the importance of patientity and staying up late to avoid overwhelming one's body.

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For Hala from embody him confirm, these were the prophets of Allah. But then for Khalifa, then there came mimbar, the him after them called Phone successors, meaning after the prophets there came, certain generations

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now call lanpher Khilafah it means to succeed,

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to succeed and health is a generation that succeeds that comes after a previous generation. All right? So for example, there were people who lived in the 1800s. Alright, and then they were replaced by people that came in, who lived in the 1900s. All right, and now, they have been replaced by who people living today. Right? So, for all of them embarrassing,

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but remember that in Arabic, there's two words used from the same root that are used for successors, one is called and the other is Aleph with the Fatah on the lam. Call. And the other is Caliph. Which one is mentioned over here?

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Which one is mentioned over here? Everybody saved health, with a sukoon. All right. Now remember that color is used for those who succeed. All right. But they are, you can say, unworthy.

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They did not continue the good practices of their ancestors.

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Instead, they innovated bad practices, they went off track. I'm worthy heirs, unworthy successors.

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All right. And Harloff on the other hand, is used for good righteous successors who have continued the good practices.

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Now what is mentioned over here for Hala from embarrassing khalfan, what kind of generation came after the prophets good or bad? Bad? Why were they bad? They were children of the prophets. Allah says Allah or sadaqa one thing is enough to tell that there were bad people and what was that Allah or salata, they wasted the prayer.

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They didn't care about the sauna. A borrow from Leah Badia. I mean, there is two ways something meaning they abandoned it. One is to do a comma to Salah it is to establish the prayer and the other is Illa or to Salah, wasting the prayer.

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What does karma mean? Literally,

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to make something stand, right to make something stand. A comma soup is when the soup the marketplace. It's busy, active shops are open. Shoppers are coming. There's lots of sales going on. Lots of hustle bustle, it's active. This is a commerce soup, meaning that marketplace is functioning as it is supposed to function.

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Right? If you go to a store and it's empty, there's nobody there. What would you say about that store?

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It's not going to last very long. Right? It's not going to last very long. But if it's busy, busy, continuously busy, what does it mean? It's going to expand it's going to grow. Right? So it cannot Asana is to give importance to your prayer. Perform your prayer as it should be performed.

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All right, this is a column with a sweater and that means that you fulfill the prerequisites. You know so for instance you perform your will do you have the harder you're facing the Qibla you have the proper clothing on all right. And during the prayer also you perform all of the pillars and all of the major aspects of the prayer that you don't leave anything out. Not that a person stands in Salah he skips through the factory completely says I've handed in Laravel alameen and Amin and then goes into the core. This is not your karma to Salah Right? Or for instance, instead of praying for God he says forget it. I'm just going to pray one recall that is not a comma to Salah. Right? So a

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comma the Sunnah is to perform the prayer as it should be performed at the right time in the right way of fulfilling all the prerequisites, giving attention giving importance to the Salah, being awake during salah and the exact opposite of that as what Ybarra to Salah not caring about the time delaying it, leaving it abandoning it and then performing the prayer sometimes once in a while, or every prayer but how half heartedly don't even know what was said. You know rushing through the words of Salah rushing through the actions of Salah or Barsana they waste

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Did the prayer

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they didn't give importance to prayer. what is Salah Salah is basically your connection with Allah subhanaw taala. Right? Because your mother is not going to stand next to you and listen to your prayer. Right? She's not going to watch you in the washroom to make sure that you perform the will do properly write, and she's not going to stand next to you and make sure that you perform your prayer property. Nobody can ensure that it's your connection with your Lord. Right. Someone could be praying, you know, on the outward they're showing Yes, I'm praying but they don't have will do. You knows who cares?

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Who knows?

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Allah subhanaw taala this person is deceiving. Allah subhanaw taala. So when a person gives importance to prayer that shows their relationship with Allah is good. And when a person is neglecting the prayer, what does that mean? They don't care about Allah. This person doesn't remember Allah doesn't fear. Allah doesn't realize Allah is watching me. He doesn't care about Allah. When you perform your prayer, you're not just giving importance to prayer, you know who you're giving importance to? Allah subhanaw taala and when you neglect your prayer, you are in fact neglecting your duty to your Lord. So for one of them in Bardeen holophone, a Barceloneta, they

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wasted the prayer, what about Russia Hawa, and they followed the desires meaning they pursued their desires. Sherawat is the plural of Jehovah. And Jehovah is like, the inclination of the knifes you know, when your heart when your soul and when you are inclined and pulled towards something, like for example, some food or a relationship or sleep or anything like that. Now, remember that every desire is not necessarily bad.

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You know, for example, you like to have your coffee, fine, you like to have your tea fine. And you're craving your tea, you really want your coffee. Right? So it's a shallow, it's a desire, but that doesn't mean that it is evil.

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All right, remember that every desire is not evil. In fact, when a person fulfills their desire in the halal way, then what are they doing?

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They're obeying Allah, and they're getting rewarded for it. All right. But when a person becomes obsessed with their desires, and they pursue their desires, meaning all that they're concerned about is fulfilling their desire. That is what is disliked. Why? Because when a person will only pursue their desires, then what will they neglect Salah One example is sleep. So desire, right when you're in that bed, you don't want to get out. You just don't want to write you love your bed, you love your blanket, your love your pillow, even if it's most, right, but you just love it. Especially when that alarm is going on. Right? You just love it.

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If you borrow shanwa would be that you're just clinging on to that but even if you're awake, you don't want to open your eyes and you don't want to leave your bed. So what will happen? You will delay waking up right and when you will delay waking up then what will happen what will be neglected. Sada right. And then even if you manage to catch your prayer before the sun rises, how will your prayer be?

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It karma the salah How would it be you know what I'm talking about? Right? So for Hala from embodying holophone alar solida whatever Arusha Hawa at first sofa now this is something very dangerous even though we might be laughing for sofa yellow cone of Lee.

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So soon they are going to meet late evil

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lair is from the letters lane while yeah

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MALBA Lhasa Hebrew calm, warmer, lower to be in air.

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Alright. And it's also used for, you know someone who is misguided or they're committing sin. But remember that Ray is also used for the evil outcome of the sin, the punishment for that sin. So for Sophia yellowkorner Raya soon they're going to meet already.

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They're going to end up misguided they're going to end up committing sin after sin. And that sin is going to bring consequences.

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You see your prayer. It is a direct reflection of your iman. What is the status? What is the state of your iman, your prayer shows that your Salah shows that. What is the state of your taqwa of your consciousness of Allah subhanaw taala what is it that will demonstrate that how you pray when you pray? How much importance do you give to prayer?

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All right. So you

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If a person is neglecting their salah, then what does it mean their Eman is becoming weak. Their Taqwa is shrinking. Right? So, when a man is weak when the client is weak than you think a person will continue to perform good deeds, what's going to happen? A sin will become easy, then another sin will become easy. And then another sin will become easy, and those sins will bring consequences.

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This is why Shavonne he doesn't say to people do check, especially Muslims, right or commit Zina know, how does he start? It's okay if you pray five minutes later, took care of your sleep another 10 minutes what's the big deal? It's still pretty dark outside. Right?

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neglect your prayer and then you feel bad in your heart you feel guilty and then you tell yourself it's okay. No big deal. Allah will forgive me. And then when you're struggling in your life, you don't even know how to ask Allah subhanaw taala you see there is a distance that comes between you and Allah because you have not been performing your prayer property. For so fail Coronavirus has serious consequences of neglecting the prayer. So if you want to fix your life, if you want to fix your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala if you want to fix your habits, where do you need to start?

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Salah check your Salah How is it? How regular is it? How proper is it?

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If Salah is good that the rest of the life will also be good and if Salah is not good then there is a big problem for silver Hill Kona the year

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in lemon tab Except those who repent. How beautiful the Quran give so much hope

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in lemon taba except for the one who repents what is though but to go back that okay, we started neglecting the prayer now go back and fix your prayer. There is hope. What Amen And he believed what I mean I saw your hand and he performs righteous deeds for Hola ecodan Those here the hallucinogen they will enter Jannah wala EULA Munna che and they will not be wronged at all who will enter then those who believe and who perform righteous deeds and have the best righteous deeds is the prayer Jannetty Arden in Gardens of Eternity allottee which were the Rockman the Most Merciful has promised who has he promised riba to whom his servants he has promised his servants that he will admit them

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into Jannati are the guardians of eternity. And this Jana is where believe in the unseen they have not seen it who has seen done

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in the who indeed it can do his promise Muthi Yeah, it is short to come. It's coming. But DIA is from Hamza atta yep de it means to come. So the year is one that is made to come. Meaning his promise will definitely come sure to come true. Meaning don't think it's far just be patient.

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Because Allah does not break his promise nor does he change it what are the law of law you people law who are in the law hola yo, California add layers Morona fee Hello one they will not hear in it meaning in Jana, any love any ill speech and what is low, low stock in decent meaningless purpose less nonsense speech. in Jannah there is no such nonsense, meaningless aimless purpose less indecent speech, no.

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In less Allama except salah, meaning all they will hear in Jannah is Salah.

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What does it mean by this?

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But in general people will only hear salaam salaam salaam salaam salaam Salam already considered warning. This is one of the meetings in the sense that wherever a person will go in Jannah he will be greeted from the moment of entry into paradise. The angels will Mala Equatoria to Kelowna or lay him, men coolibah angels will enter upon them from every gate every door, Salamone RLA competes be on you.

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And you know, like, for example, if you go to a big fancy hotel or something, then what happens? You don't have to open the door yourself, right? In fact, your car barely stops at somebody's there to open the door for you and greet you and escort you all the way up. You know, for example, certain countries, especially in the Arab world, you will find this kind of other a lot. Right? Not just in big fancy places, but even in average hotels, right? You find this other and you feel like a big shot, right? So just imagine in Jannah every person is going to be treated with respect, they will be greeted by angels and salam

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also means peaceful words. They will only hear good peaceful words nothing that will disturb them that will hurt them that will annoy them

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you know sometimes just the constant chitter chatter even that bothers you, right? Or sometimes the loud you know noise made by children that bothers you. Right? Or certain individuals the way they deal with you the way they treat you, the way they address you the kind of words they use towards you, they hurt you, but you can't do anything about it because you can't run away from them. But in general, no hurtful speech no annoying speech nothing disturbing in less selama what a humorous to whom fee her and for them their provision in it book written in morning Russia Yeah, and afternoon meaning they will never be hungry.

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Because they will be given risk all the time whenever they want it.

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What do we learn about Jimena? What kind of a place is

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peaceful place with peaceful people? So if we want to be of the people agenda, than we have to watch our

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do we say hurtful words? Do we say annoying words? Is our speech ever annoying to someone? While our home respond we have bukata noir Ashiya telecoil Jana, this is Jana, and Latino, this woman everybody now which we give as inheritance from our servants to who with servants will not be given to man who cannot he is the key.

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The one who has Taqwa. Meaning not everyone, not every servant of Allah will go to Jana, with servant of Allah the one who has the car because it is the moutain who will be hopefully remember the first lesson of sort of the Rakata valley called Kitab la vie Buffy who then Luther King right? And then ole Carla who they'll never be what will Erica Hone mostly home those are the ones who will make it to paradise. So one of the key factors that takes a person to Jana is what? What is it that will take a person to Jenna Dukkha

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consciousness of Allah subhanaw taala fear of Allah this realization that my Lord is watching me he knows what I'm feeling. He knows what I'm thinking he knows my situation more than anyone else.

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He knows my capacity, my ability, he knows if I'm being truthful to myself or I'm deceiving myself. So the one who is conscious of Allah, He will make an agenda

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let's listen to the recitation of these verses. The hall affirming

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you know, when a person gives importance to his prayer, then definitely yes to control his desire.

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Even Halal desires.

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Right? Like, for example, if a person wants to eat, and then it's also time to pray. What is it that we generally do?

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What is it that we generally do? Honestly, tell me?

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We eat first. No.

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We don't generally eat first. What do we say? I'll pray quickly. And then I'll just relax and eat. I'll take my time. I'll enjoy my food. Right? I'll just give five minutes to prayer. Skip so now everything right? Just praise Allah with Kuruvilla hidden in our Athena cocoppa. Right. And then just I'll take my time I'll eat I'll enjoy myself. Whereas in the Sunnah, what we learn

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is that if you're about to eat, and the awareness pronounced, then you know what you do. You eat quickly. And then you go to a prayer. You eat quickly, and then you go to prayer.

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We do the opposite, right? Because why are we taught to eat quickly and go to prayer because then you can relax and pray. You won't be thinking constantly in your prayer I have to eat I have to eat.

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Right? Whereas we pray quickly, and in every regard was thinking about the food and our mouth is already watering with the food and you know, we feel that hunger and we can smell it and new cycle just want to finish the prayer quickly so we can get to our food and enjoy it. There is no comma to Salah. Right? That's a bar to Salah. So remember that performing the prayer properly requires us to control our desires. And why do you control your desire? Because you say later in Java? I'll enjoy later. I'll have fun later. Because Ginetta Allah has promised and this promise is coming.

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And while I'll miss goofy, her bukata noir Shinya you're dying for this burger.

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You want to rush through your prayer for this burger

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that's it in Jana, there's food and morning and evening whenever you want whatever you want. Endless

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it was a theme that would be running after the world while world is the place of punishment and a test for us. Our houses Jana Adam was born in your center. I mean, think about it that in this dunya no matter how much you eat, no matter how much you enjoy, there's you're never fully satisfied may you eat that food and then you have that heartburn.

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Right you eat that food and then you will suffer the consequences later on.

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Yesterday, I had some chocolate after a while and I was with my sister and I was like, I just want to eat more and learn more right? And then she's like, it's okay, but you can do in gender.

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And this is what we need to remind ourselves of Inshallah, later later Later, we think about it so many people, I mean, who are not necessarily Muslim, even they sacrifice their desires, right, their food, everything. Why? For worldly success, we're aiming for Janna using we don't have to sacrifice a burger in that bag of fries and whatever that is gone. We can sacrifice a little bit here and there.

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Because our aim is Jenna. So control your desire, focus, you know on the comment of Salah. So that inshallah this promise we are also deserving of it.

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Women attend a Zulu, and we do not descend in lebih Emily Arabic except by the order of your Lord, who said this? Who descends at the command of Allah. Angels right. Now in Bahrain has mentioned that the prophets of Allah and it's on them when he would receive revelation, sometimes revelation would come frequently. And then sometimes there would be a gap in the middle of break in the middle. Now remember that the Prophet said a lot is the kind of difficulty he was going through. Right? Friends were turning into enemies, relatives were also turning into enemies, he would find a lot of you can say solace and peace and comfort in the company of Jabril. When he whenever debris will bring

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revelation to him, that will make the Prophet sallallahu I'm really happy, really happy. You know, all this stress and worry and everything would go away. So the prophets of Allah has him set to Gibreel may America and the zoo Rana Dr. Amit Mehta. Zona, what prevents you from visiting us more than you do? Me? Why don't you come more often?

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come more often more frequently. I like her company. I like it when you bring revelation from Allah to me. This is just like when you enjoy the company of a good friend than what do you want, that you visit them more, they visit you more you talk to them more, they talk to you more. So Gibreel was also a friend to the prophets of Allah for your session.

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In the Jibreel Amala. In the Quran, it is mentioned that Jibreel is his Mola, meaning is his friend. So anyway, when the prophets of Allah also made this request, Allah subhanaw taala gave the response in the Quran. So the response is coming from Allah, but it says what do you believe has been quoted, right? So that the prophets of Allah has been taught that Gibreel doesn't have any say concerning this matter. It's all Allah's decision. Well, mana xs Zulu. Ellerbee, Emery robic Gibreel said, We angels do not descend except at the Command of your Lord.

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Why? Why do we only come when Allah orders us? Because Allah who may have been a Idina To Him belongs that which is before us on our whole finance and that which is behind us, why am I Boehner garlic, and that which is between that between what between what is before us and what is behind us and what is that?

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Us? Right? Think about yourself, that what is before you, everything in front of you, who owns it. Allah subhanaw taala what is behind you, everything behind you who owns it? Allah subhanaw taala and that which is between what is before you and what is behind you, which is you. You are also owned by ALLAH SubhanA wa Medina VALIC meaning ALLAH is a supreme owner, he is supreme authority. And the angels they're Allah servants, they don't come and go by their own will rather they are sent by almost Canada. Woman cannot book and so

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Allah sends us whenever he knows it is best.

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So when Allah subhanaw taala does not send us don't think that Allah has forgotten you. Wama cannot book NSCA your Lord is not at all forgetful in the sea is someone who has misshapen meaning someone who forgets

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right because when someone doesn't come or when we don't receive something, we think that the sender has forgotten us. So the Prophet saw a lot of time is comforted. Don't worry. Your Lord remembers you. He knows you. And He knows when it is best to send a message and when it is best to not send a message

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will not count on a book NSC. Yeah. And this is something that we should also remember all the time Allah has never forgotten us. But I'll go somewhere where it will Oh, he is the Lord of the sky is and the earth woman by you know Homer and that which is between them. So he is the Rob and who is Rob, harlot Malik with a bit he has created the skies and the earth and the whatever is between the sky and the earth. He has created he owns it. He manages it far but who so worship Him He alone is that this is the hatred will be far boo so worship only Him this is the hate. Willow here are booty worship only Him dedicate your worship entirely for him. While slobin Leary, Bertie,

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and be constant Have patience over his worship, meaning over worshiping Him

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was slavery, Larry Bird.

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This is from the root sod battle sub of what the Sovereign mean.

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What a sovereign mean, to be impatient

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to be patient, all right, this is solid. Now, what do you see over here is a bit there is an additional four additional letter, additional meaning is forbid, is Tabara. Your store Bureau is to force oneself to be patient, to make yourself bear patiently. You know, it's like you get a cut on your hand and you're bleeding and it's hurting and you just want to scream. But what do you tell yourself? Come on, I'm not a two year old. I'm not a five year old. Right? So you just hold your hand really tight, right? Really tight, you close your eyes and you're forcing yourself to be patient, you're holding back that scream,

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right? You're biting your tongue or you're doing something of the sort to make yourself Be patient.

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Now, every person has different capacity. Some people they have more capacity to be patient and other people have less capacity. Right? Some people their pain tolerance level is really high and other people their pain tolerance level is really low. Right? So each person is different. All right. And one person might say well, I don't find it difficult to pray. I don't find it difficult to get up and pray. I can just easily get out of my bed and pray no big deal for me. And there is another person who just stares at them in awe seriously. You get up for Fudger yourself. You get up before Fajr How do you do that? Because I have to be woken up like 20 times and my mother almost

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gives up. So you see there is a difference over here. Now those who have an easy it doesn't mean that everything is easy for them. This is easy for them but something else would be difficult for them. Right? And if you're having difficulty in performing Salah on time. What does this ayah tell us do

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Don't Give Up force yourself to be patient. Make yourself firm.

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Try

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don't allow yourself to just sleep no force yourself to get us one way or another way you know try one methodology that then another trick then another thing to make yourself get up what slobin leery about dirty? Why? Because if we don't worship Allah subhanaw taala then what's the other option?

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What's the other option tells me if we don't pray, what's the other option?

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What is it? Honestly, if we leave our Salah if we neglect our prayer, are there any consequences? What, what is it?

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What is it? Nothing.

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It's punishment, there is no fire.

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There's burning. And this is real.

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It's real.

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When a person neglects their prayer,

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remember, they will be abandoned by Allah subhanaw taala. Also, there is no protection for them.

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When a person does not perform their fajr prayer than a hadith we learned that person, he doesn't have a loss protection. He doesn't have a loss protection for the day.

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What does one do? it extinguishes the fire of your sins. And if we don't perform the prayer that fire is burning, burning increasing

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for us.

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So it's either pray, either worship Allah or suffer.

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Right? And that suffering is something that we don't want.

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So then, what do we have to do we have to make ourselves whether we find it easy, or we find it difficult, no matter what our state is, force yourself to worship Allah. Because there is no other option.

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There is no other option.

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You know, for example, there are certain commands that we know we have to observe. They're clear in the Quran and the Sunnah, right? Like, for example, your son Bill, why are they being good to your parents? Now, for some for an individual, it might be very difficult because their parents are really harsh or they don't get along with their parents ever. Or they have a bad record from the very beginning. So then what just because you find it difficult doesn't mean you don't need to do is listen to your parents. While slobin Liberty, make yourself do yourself, towards your parents, force yourself to do it. Hijab

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force yourself to do it.

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Speaking the truth, force yourself to do it, make yourself do it. Because the other option is serious.

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Was probably Reba dirty. And why worship Allah why obey him? Why, you know person might wonder why?

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Because who are we? We are His servants. He owns us He created us.

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We are His servants and we can never ever escape this bond. We can never get out of this bond.

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We are forever His servants. Hallo. tharla moolah who semiya Do you know anyone helped Harlem Do you know? La who for him meaning for Allah semiya anyone who has the same name? Or anyone who has the same characteristics? Anyone who is like Allah remember the word Samia, we did this earlier in the context of Yahia la Santa lemenager Allah woman Pablo semiya. And what does that mean? There is no one having the same name and there's no one having the same qualities. So hold on, I'm gonna who sent me or do you know anyone who is like Allah? No one

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who is merciful to you who created you who gave everything you have to you? Who forgives you who accept your repentance? who guides you who increases you in your journal? Anyone who's done the same ear sign on you but him? No one No one is like Allah. So give Allah His help. Give Allah His right don't forget him.

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Recitation of these Aya

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mo Sana.

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sent me

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here there are certain things which are good for us, but we don't like to do them. Can you give me an example?

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Something that's good for us but we still don't enjoy it. And I'm not talking about only matters of religion, but in general in life.

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Okay, studying what else

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Okay, exercise eating healthy, right? changing your diet,

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taking medication, going to the doctor's,

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okay, sleeping early waking up early.

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Right? But what do we do?

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We force ourselves, right? We make ourselves do it.

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Like you kick yourself, you just get up.

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And you force yourself to sit down and study. You force yourself to go to school, you force yourself to attend class.

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Why? Because the other option is failure. So even if you hate a particular course, you know, attending a particular class, you don't like it at all, you feel like running away. You don't like the cover of that book?

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What do you do?

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You still face it, you still do it, you still study it.

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Why? Because you have to

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write. So there are many things in life which we find bitter, that we don't enjoy. But because of their benefit. We do it anyway.

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Right? So, likewise, when it comes to Deen, when it comes to worship, yes, there are certain acts of worship, which we enjoy. Right? Like for example, maybe fasting we enjoy a lot because at the end of the fasters, lots of good food, or we like going for a week because you know, it's nice, we were staying up late and, you know, we chilled with our friends and whatever it may be, or that takes us for ice cream after whatever it is, you know, you enjoy it. There's some things that you enjoy, and you do them anyway. But then there are other things which we find difficult. reciting the Quran regularly. Doing your own God in the morning in the evening. Performing prayer performing sunnah.

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Right? But then that is where you have to kick yourself.

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Literally kick yourself and just do it. No excuses. You know once you establish the law automatically next step will come easy visual going somewhere. Oh, I have to hit take the baton. He jumps on there. I will pray again. You are going okay. Let's stop on the masjid we pray and then we go. So next step will become automatically easy once you will, particularly for established yourself. Very good deeds will come? Yes. I mean, initially making that change is very difficult. It bites it hurts. It's suffocating. But then what happens when you force yourself to do it? You get in the rhythm. And then what happens? You get used to it. And then something else becomes easier. Just

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like Ramadan. Right, the first few fasts the first week, how is it? It's a breeze? Is it? No way. You're counting each day? Right? Like okay, 29, hopefully 28 Left, right. 28, hopefully 27 left, you're counting. Literally you're counting. But then what happens after week after the first Shabbat it becomes easy, becomes easy. And then after Ramadan, you're like, wow, I actually fasted the whole month. So initially, the nurse finds it difficult to control your desire gets easier, but don't allow yourself to fall back. Don't allow yourself to abandon the worship of Allah because the one who abandons worshiping Allah in reality abandons himself. Yes. Even if you are consistently your

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prayer in your co workers, or your parents or your friends, they will realize because when I'm when I'm working, I had a problem about the timing of the prayer. And it's been going on a while and now they get appointed, even if I ended up quitting but what can we do praying today before you go in read of your corruptor because you become that 10 People now before I was by myself, but now nine people Muslim so they pray together? So it depends is consistency that you have if they will realize whoever is around with you? Yes, very true.

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Hello, hello. One day is husband my son he go after trauma and Ms. Two on one day Pitesti only afraid the teacher to go maybe they not give him other time to test when the teacher peed the bed but as the students he say Bashir, what happened today is Chandra

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I'm free to go the channel the prayer but I want to go straight to solid times. Before we go in more is to say maybe I can go on the

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start before we go early. Say no, no, I give you time. You can go now.

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He's so happy you say until that day. I never hesitate if I have a test or you have anything. I go because they loan me

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If they give me other time to even practice or even make the test and handling

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when you are used to performing the Salah, I don't know I have this there is a if I don't perform it, there is a pinch in my heart. It's from Allah subhanaw taala. And Allah always listened whenever I make a DUA, for example, last week I made good value, please wake me up at the time of the hajat. And he woke me up out of the I don't know, I was so tired, but he woke me up. And hamdulillah at six o'clock, I woke up, and I don't know how but it's Allah.

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Sometimes it's just within us, but when you're consistent in the prayers, where I work is extremely, very busy. So sometimes when I go for the prayers, and then I know myself is I just do it very quickly, and I come back, and then all things go wrong, everything goes wrong. And then the first thing they told me is that go back to the prayer because that was not a sincere prayer. So if you made yourself that your prayer was not sincere, right away Subhanallah you will see the test in front of you. So they know to a point that if something is wrong, they will blame me and say she wasn't sincere today. So so.

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The one thing that I've noticed is the salah that you perform in public like wherever you may be, that is the best form of the Dawa. Because if you read Quran, it's just like they don't know what you're reading until you tell them about it but Salah you can pray in public and you will see that the people who are around the non Muslims they will just stop and watch you like it's something so strange. They've never seen things like this. You will watch that and they will ask you about it later.

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I remember the time I returned back might you know 100 That I first started to pray all the time everywhere I am I would pretty much do that. And from pre Meisler, everything started to change eventually in a row Al Hamdulillah I find that they start with the Salah and not being afraid to visit has caused me to grow closer close once on handling because you see when you will perform your prayer properly on time, you know for example budget then one day it will also be easy for you to get a for budget right? Then you will also be able to say your morning and then you will also be able to recite the Quran but then when you delay your prayer and you pray five minutes before

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sunrises then what a girl will you do and what the Quran will your read? How when is that going to happen? Because then you're getting late for school. Right? The day has to start. So Salah is the key.

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And what's the bit leery about that the ribbon over here is general, any act of worship. If you don't find it easy to force yourself to do it, but do it