Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P17 164D Tafsir Al-Anbiya 42-50

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of protecting one another from danger and the potential consequences of a criminal act, including harm to people. They also address the negative impact of the coronavirus on people's lives and security, warning of small deeds and small actions as a consequence of people returning from India. The speakers stress the importance of being aware of one's emotions and consider their actions, and stress the need for everyone to be aware of their emotions and consider their actions. They also discuss the importance of avoiding small talk and being aware of one's emotions.
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won't say man who yet let will come He protects you who can protect you yet Hello, calf lamb Hamza killer on Cana is to protect to guard to preserve from the same root as the word McCullough, which is used for a dock. A dock, what is a dock?

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Where ships are parked, right? Why are they parked over there for safety so that they don't drift away into the sea, into the ocean, right? So may o'clock will come, who preserves you who keeps you safe, who can keep you safe? Believe me when the HA in the night or in the day, minimum, man from the Most Merciful, you keep demanding that a punishment should fall upon you if you are in the wrong. Think about it. If the Most Merciful, if he decides to send something upon you, by night, or

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during the day, then who will save you who will protect you.

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And this is a warning. And a reminder that such consequences can come upon a person, anytime, night or day, when a person is sleeping or he's awake when a person is alone or when he is in front of everybody. No one can save you. No one can shelter you from the punishment of a Rockman Bell rather whom they earn victory or beat him from the liquid from the remembrance of their Lord. They are more ideal balloon ones who turn away. The fact is that they don't remember their Lord, because if they

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remembered him, then they would not be heedless of him they would not be in attentive of him in the night or in the day. Because sometimes it happens that in certain places, we are very conscious of Allah, very careful about what we are saying what we're doing. But at other times in other places. We act as though there is no God. We act as though we are not being seen. Bell Houma and Vickery Robbie Moretti alone, they are turning away from the remembrance of their Lord, because if there

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truly remembered him, they wouldn't say such things and they would never forget him. Neither in the day, nor in the night. The thing is that Allah subhanaw taala. He's the one who protects us. He is the one who keeps us safe. In the night, and in the day at home, and even outside, if you think about it, there are so many things that can destroy us, within us and around us.

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Within us, and around us, because of which we can die in an instant.

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Recently, a good friend of ours, family friend, and somebody who we've known for, I think, over 25 years or something.

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They went for a camera

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with their baby.

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Their baby was 11 months old. And on my recent trip to Pakistan, I saw the baby perfectly fine, perfectly healthy.

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They did around the Meet the baby Ramona as well. They said that there'll be a for her, and after the Roomba they even you know, trimmed a little bit of her hair, perfectly fine, no problem, nothing. All of a sudden, the baby got sick, or she was vomiting. Or she was having milk and he got stuck or something. And she choked. She died.

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She died.

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The cause of death was not a gun. The cause of death was not somebody strangling her. The cause of death was milk stuck in

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her neck.

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Allah is the One Who protects us He is the one who keeps us safe from so many dangers, so many things that could harm us, ruin us. If you think about it, the earth, what's inside the Earth? Fire. But how Allah subhanaw taala has made this earth such that we don't even feel what's going on inside.

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How many things are out there in the space, which are much bigger than the Earth, one strike and hollows were done.

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Allah is the one who keeps us safe. He is the one who protects us. And if he removes his protection from us for even a moment,

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then what are we?

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What are we? May UCLA Oh calm Do you realize this? Who keeps you safe? Believe me when the how. And if Allah takes that protection away from you, who can save you from Allah, by whom and decree of being more alone? I'm Lahoma Ali Hatton. Or do they have Alia other gods domna room that prevent them mean that defend them? That save them? Men do Nina

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beside us meaning is there anyone they have beside us who can keep them safe? Who can defend them? Who can shelter them? Who do they have?

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If they have these idols on their worship or other beings that they trust or systems that they trust, remember, lay yes still to your own inner Surah unfussy him they cannot even save themselves. They're not able to help themselves an idol can it help itself? No. A machine, can it help itself? Many times it happens that there are certain machines with certain programming that you know there's an issue it'll resolve the issue itself. But even then you have to reset or you have to come and fix

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it later still to your own and also unfussy him they cannot even help themselves. How can they help you then Wallah and not home? They're Mina from us use her bone, they are protected. They're not protected from us, they cannot be protected from us. Use her wounds from sloth hubba sarebbe what is the verb to be a companion companionship? Who is associate

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companion us hub companions Sahabi Companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right? Now remember that Sahiba right? To be in the companionship of someone when you're with somebody. When you're with somebody, that means you're not alone. And when you have them with you, what does it mean that they will help you?

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Right? So for instance, it's snowing outside really bad weather and you have to go somewhere and if you have to drive alone, what would you like somebody to accompany you.

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So that if in case you get stuck somewhere or something bad happens or somebody with you, somebody with you.

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So, a companion is meant to protect you, a companion is meant to help you. So over here use HUBZone means they will not be aided, they cannot be helped. They cannot be protected from us. Meaning they're not safe from Allah subhanaw taala if Allah wants he can even destroy these gods that you believe in. He can even finish and destroy all these systems that you've made and you depend so heavily upon. For him. Nothing is difficult. How can you run away from him? Where's that escape that

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you will find from Allah? There is no escape, but rather Madonna ha hula AEWA home we have provided good things we have given matar what is meta things of this world? We have benefited them who How will I these people? What about a home and also their forefathers, so the present generation, and the previous generations, all of them, they have been provided with the things of this world. And when people have lots of things of this world, or even a few things of this world, what happens?

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They get deceived by them. They think they're everything. They begin to depend on them, they begin to put their trust in them, they begin to pursue them as their goal in life had the until tharla It became long follow from tool tool is length taller, it became long, what became long or lay him on them or more the age the lifespan. So in other words, they live long lives. And even if a person lives for 50 years, it seems like you know when you're in those 40s It seems like yeah, I'm having

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so much fun. I'm here forever. I've been here for so long. So first of all, long life, and secondly, the blessings of this world. So in other words, they get deceived by this life.

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With each passing day, they get deceived. With each thing they receive in the dunya they get deceived, and they think no one can harm them. No one can question them. No one will call them to account. You know, for instance, if a person has a bank account, or has a wallet full of plastic money, what do they think? I'm good? Nothing to fear.

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I have money. Likewise, if a person gets a passport, you know of in a particular country, what do they think I'm the luckiest person on the planet. I can travel anywhere. Nobody will ask me.

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I don't need to get visas from I'm good. I'm fine. Likewise with age. I'm 18. I'm 20 I'm 22. I'm an adult. I don't need my parents permission. In fact, I can live on my own education job that is secure. What do we think we're good, we're fine. And with the things of this world as each day passes, we get deluded we get deceived. And we forget Allah we forget the last day

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we were reading Macbeth in class and one of the lines from Macbeth was security is morals cheapest enemy. So when you're secure, then you're gonna fall. Yes. It's the cheapest, the only chief most chief enemy of morals, right. So when you feel secure, you feel like you can do anything. You have a secure

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Opposition in your family secure position financially, socially, you think you're fine. And then a person begins to lose his morals. Allah says a fella your own why are they so deceived? Do they not see? And that indeed we not till October? We are bringing the Earth? None also Ha, we are shrinking it. We are reducing it from Knox, what does Knox mean?

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To fall short to reduce? We are reducing meaning shrinking the Earth. Man raffia. From its sides, a trough is a Florida thought of what is thought of me edge from the edges of the Earth. We're closing it in a home well, Lonnie Boone, then will they be victorious? How can they be victorious? Don't see the Earth shrinking on them. This idea can be understood in two ways. One is that not in the physical sense, but in the sense that the people are losing their freedom, before the earth was vast

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in the sense that they could go anywhere, travel anywhere, no questions asked nothing, no borders. And now, if they wish to go to a particular place, then they have to go through so many evil for the Arabs, right, there was the Roman Empire on one side and Persian empire in one side. And as people come in and rule over certain areas, your entry in those areas becomes more difficult. Correct. Likewise, if you're living in a particular city for a very long time, initially, there was so much

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space, you could bike anywhere, you could run anywhere. And now you see that all those pieces of land are full of buildings. It says private property, no trespassing. So they're losing their freedom. In other words, this is one interpretation. Don't they see how they're losing their freedom, before they had it, but gradually, they're losing their freedom. And this is something that should shatter our trust in our security, then we are secure, financially, in whatever way No, we're

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not going we see how we cannot even go to a particular place that we could before so freely, so easily.

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And this is something that's common in all places, all times, recently, somebody they returned from India, and they were telling me about how in front of their house was, you know, a small Idol or rock or something that people used to worship. And then the area around, it was all open. And she said, As kids, we would go bike around there, and we will play there. And now that entire area is basically a huge temple.

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Huge temple, how that small idol, you know, when people would come and do their rituals over there, then there was a small shelter made on it, and then the room built and then now that room has expanded and you know, it's expanded. And now our freedom over there is limited. Children cannot go bike around the way they used to before. And you see this in life, how you think you're an adult, you're 18, and you feel like when you will be married, you will be the most free person in the

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world. Which is why you can't wait until you can step out of your parents house and live your life as a queen. But what happens as you're living your life as a queen, one child is pulling you from one side and other is pulling you from the other side. You can't even drive anywhere with your own free will. You can't even listen to something that you want to in the car.

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You can't even have a conversation on the phone, you feel secure.

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You feel you control your life, you don't control your life. You want to go somewhere doesn't says no.

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You can't. You feel like the house is all yours. You've been living independently for 11 years for 20 years. For 25 years, here comes a daughter in law who says I don't like these sofas, and I don't like that painting on the wall. And I don't like the way these things are. I want to change things around threatened.

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You are secure, you're free, you're not.

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So this is one interpretation that socially or that the security the freedom of people is shrinking day by day. Then also you see with your body, you feel like I can do anything. But then what happens when you go out in the snow in the cold. And you think you can easily clean the car. And as you're doing it your hands hurt. Many of you probably have no idea but what I'm saying, but ask your dad and ask your mom how they feel when they step out in the cold.

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how they feel. That's how the bones hurt, the knees hurt, and you can't even go up and down in your own house.

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It happens with so many people, doctors tell them if you want to stay the way you are. If you want your need to have some more life than please go down once a day and go up once a day.

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In your own house. You're locked up in your own house. You don't have the freedom to go up and down as you will. How are you secure? You're not how are you free? You're not wake up, you're not free.

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Then another interpretation of this is that literally that

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Earth is shrinking physically. And this could be understood in different ways. Also, like for example, you know, for instance, it is said that with the big bang the galaxies and you know, basically the universe, it's expanding, but then eventually a time will come when it will also shrink.

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I mean, it's a theory, right? And then also, with all the pollution, how the icebergs are melting and mean lands are reducing are so many areas of land are such that they're completely infertile, you can't grow anything on them.

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They're laying barren.

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Life is impossible. Or because of a certain factory, or a volcano or a leak somewhere, the entire city is evacuated.

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Right? It's evacuated. Nobody can live there. It's not safe to live there anymore.

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So how do they feel that they are free? They are secure, they are not a hormonal volleyball, then will they be victorious? What's the lesson here?

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What's the lesson here? When we're made to realize that we are not free, we are not secure?

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Then what?

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Yes, that you're not secure from Allah. Because this is a team of these I had.

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Never forget Allah. Never forget him. Never ignore him. Never think that you are independent of him. Never think that you don't need him.

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That you can do anything. And he cannot question you know, you're so helpless. You're so weak. You're so small. You're so insecure, that you desperately need him.

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Full say in NEMA on the Rocanville ye indeed I am warning you with Ye with Revelation meaning based on knowledge that I have received through revelation. This is not my own. Thinking are my own thoughts. This is based on Revelation. This is the message of the Lord of the Worlds. What a yes. Merle Samudra, what is Maru and he does not hear a song. The Deaf ones, what do they not hear a dua the call meaning any call, either. Whenever you in the room, they're warned, when a deaf person is

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warned, through words, by through a shout a call, they cannot hear.

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Like for instance, if a person is not able to hear and they are heading towards a very dangerous place, a very dangerous place. So for instance, on a cliff, they're walking towards the edge, then what if you shouted them stop, stop, will they hear you? Now they won't hear you what will happen, they will continue to walk and they will fall off. They don't hear the call. They don't understand what is being said to them. Recently, somebody was telling me about how a friend of theirs, they

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were outside. They had gone to pick something up and they weren't able to pick it. And they were very upset about the fact that they couldn't collect it. And it was in the street. So anyway, they're going back to their car upset and angry. And they see a woman walking outside in the snow bare feet without a new jacket. Like what's wrong. So he saw that, you know, she was dressed in a particular way. And obviously felt that she spoke particular language. And she was an older woman.

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So he tried to tell her in her language, that it's cold. Don't walk like this, where are you going? But she didn't hear. And he's yelling at her. She did not respond. She kept going as if nobody's there. So he tried to stop her. But she wouldn't listen. And she would not show any reaction, nothing. So he understood there's something wrong with her. So he ran to the car, grabbed a blanket and put it on her. And then he saw one of the houses the door was open. So you went rang the bell

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multiple times, nobody came out. And then he went back to the woman so that he would at least know where she goes in case she gets hurt or gets lost. And then some people came running out of that house and they got her and basically they said that she had dementia and she had no idea where she goes and what time she leaves.

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When a person does not hear you cannot help them

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through just through words only or can you you can't take some action to stop them. So sometimes people are spiritually deaf, not physically, spiritually. you warn them, you remind them, but they don't get it. You shout at them.

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But they don't understand what is moral. So Medora either my user role.

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I was thinking of the example that you gave that like if there was a deaf person walking towards the edge of the cliff and you had to like warn them somehow and like you were yelling and they couldn't hear you. I was thinking

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I pick up a rock and throw it at them. And like tests, like no be the only way to warn them. But like test that's what they do they hate you hard. And they wake you up from this like deafness. Yes, very true. So sometimes this is needed. But when the prophets a lot of them would convey to the people and no reaction, they wouldn't get affected. He would begin to wonder if he is doing his job properly. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam was comforted over here that you are warning through why

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and which speech can be more powerful than why

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the problem is not in you or in the message. The problem is in these people who have closed their ears, well in and surely if my SAT home, it touched them know how to mean either nuff as much as a whiff Minaya of punishment, which punishment robic of your Lord, meaning punishment from your Lord, if, if even enough have touched them. What is enough ha NEFA known for her enough for her means to exhale, put your hand in front of you. And exhale.

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Do you feel something on your end? This isn't?

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Is it so strong that it moved your head? Or it made your hand cold? No. What was it very slight. So now for her is to blow not her breath. Not her is also used for a gust of wind. All right. Now for her to be safe. He lightly struck him with a sword just lightly. You know, for instance, just lightly touch somebody, sometimes just one touching the light. Don't hold me so hard.

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So this is enough when a very light or very soft touch, or the beginning of something.

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Right? It's also used for fragrance or smell. Now when food is being prepared, what reaches you before the food? It's the smell outside the house. You can smell it, isn't it? You can smell it outside. So it comes first. It's the beginning. You know that something good is inside, hopefully. Right? So well in Masato Neff had them in either Bureau big

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meeting the preceding events or the slight instances of the punishment of your Lord, not the full punishment, just the beginning of it. Just a slight portion of it just a breath of it. If it reached them, layer coluna surely they would say away Linna in cannoli mean, let's say oh war to us, indeed we were wrong. Meaning just a touch of that punishment, a breath of that punishment would be enough

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to wake them up. It would be enough to wake them up so just imagine how severe that punishment is. Just imagine how difficult it is one other rule my wife Xena fist and we shall place the scales of justice Nether well blog are in Morzine por la MISA and Alyssa justice. We will place them Leo middle pm on the day of judgment ye so that the deeds of every person are weighed Fela to lembu nevsun che the no person will be wronged even a little even one thing absolute justice we're in

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Canada is color her button and if there is the weight of a green even what is her a seed? Mustard Seed for example. Have you seen a mustard seed? Have you seen it next time you go to the grocery store go and look for the aisle that has spices in it and look for mustard seed and look at it and if you go and look at the mustard seed with the intention to understand the Quran better to understand the deen better than going and looking at that Mustard Seed is also very bad. It is also

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an act of worship then every step inshallah you will be rewarded for

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what income is called a habit the main hurdle hurdle Mustard Seed if there is even a small seed like that of mustard, meaning if there is a deed if there is an action person suffered in the way of Allah even this much even this much, Bettina be hurt, we will bring it Walker Fabien has been insufficient are we as account takers? Allah will call people to account and everything will be examined. Even if it's something as small as a mustard seed will be checked. What value does it

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Everything will be checked and Allah can do that work have I been or has he been? In total Nyssa 40 We learn in Allahu Allah yo limo myth kala Watson. Allah does not do injustice, even as much as an atom's weight. And over here, myth kala Hubbardton min Harada even a seed like that off a mustard

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INTERCO, Hassan Atomy if it is a good deed, meaning that small small thing is a good deed, then what will happen? You are if her Allah will multiply it where you Timmy Lydon who added on Alima, and he will get from himself a great reward. So you see over here, the value of little deeds, small deeds, and at the same time, the burden off small sins, every little bit matters. Every little bit matters. You know, sometimes it's just an expression that we show, like from our face a facial expression

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that can either boost somebody's confidence, or it can kill them from inside, doesn't it? Has it ever happened that somebody looked at you in a strange way, and you feel like, Am I doing something wrong, and if you like crying inside,

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just because they're looking at you in a particular manner, it hurts you. Or, for instance, somebody looks at you and smiles at you, and you feel like that just made your day.

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How much difference one glance can make. One smile can make

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every little bit matters. And this means that we should be even more careful about what we say about what we do.

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Because a small thing can take a person agenda and a small thing can even take a person to *.

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My friend omul she, she told me that

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when like she she wants to make sure that she's treating someone right, she acts like they're her best friend. And then she it just naturally comes to her. So like that's a really good way to.

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And we learned earlier that life is with difficulty. Now gluco bashary will hide fitna there is sharp, and there's also hide there is evil and good. So because of the evil that we're experiencing, it doesn't mean that we begin to sit back and do nothing. I'm tired, so I cannot do anything. No, while you're sitting, you can still do something. And even if it is as small as a mustard seed, do it. Because you never know that might save you.

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This verse about the Day of Judgment, it really puts everything into perspective for us, because we go through all of these trials, be it good or bad, or the mockery that people give like, you know, we're faced with, it all comes down to this everything that we go through wish for this last day, you know, and so it really, you know, we think of everything, we try to do everything better for this moment where even the smallest thing will matter. Yes, you forgive someone you overlook what

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they've said to you, you keep working, even if it's, you know, a small tissue that you can pick up from somewhere to keep the place clean.

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Why not keep doing it, why for this moment of the era, when the deeds will be placed on the scales and every deed will matter. You know, for instance, there was a woman in Medina, in the masjid of Rasulullah Salallahu Salam, you know what she would do?

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You just go around, picking up threads, and anything like that small pieces of something dirty or anything that people dropped, or it came by the wind door from the open door, she would just pick it up and keep the mustard clean. That's what she would do.

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Each time you pick something up to keep the mustard clean, each time you say a good word, every little, every little deed matters.

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Just think on how small Mustard Seed is or how smaller that is an atom is we neglected

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but it has a lot of value in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala

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now the following I add are about AMEA What is the name of the solar Ambia and in the previous ayat also we learned about the prophets that how they all suffered in the way of Allah subhanaw taala. And in that was consolation for the Prophet salallahu Salam in the following examples also, there is a lot of comfort and hope that has been given to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well as the believers. While Akkad uncertainly attained Musa rune we gave to Musa and Harun, we give both of

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them Alpha Khan, the criterion. What was it that they were given, which was a criterion? The Torah, primarily mozarella Salam is the one who was given the torah because he was called at the mount. But it wasn't just most artists and his responsibility to convey the Torah. It was also Harun or to his salons responsibility. So this is why both are mentioned here we gave to Musa and Harlan Alfre con the criteria because with the knowledge that the Torah gave, people were able to distinguish between

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what is right and what is wrong.

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You know, for instance, you learn in philosophy, one of the first things that you learn is there is no

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definition of good or evil? Right? I mean, if you say something is good, it's because you think it's good. And for another person that could be evil. Likewise, there is no definition of evil, or something is evil because you think it's evil. And now, if we live life like this, then what would happen?

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What would happen? Chaos right? What happens when two people view the same thing differently? So, for instance, the husband looks at something in a positive way and the wife looks at the same thing in a negative way, you know, like to say, we look at things very differently, we are very different, can they live together? Not for long, sooner or later, they will have to take their own way. Or if they still live together, then they will be living in a lot of difficulty. So what is necessary?

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Compromise? Right? That we agree to disagree, but still we will live peacefully. Correct. Now, husband and wife, okay, they can come to this resolution. And many times they don't come to this resolution. So somebody has to tell us in life, what is actually right and what is wrong, because as people we can never agree.

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Right? So who tells us what is right and what is wrong?

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The one who made us and the one who made everything, the one who owns us and the one who owns everything, the one who has planned our affairs and the affairs of everything he decides, he tells us. So this is why revelation scripture, what is that called for con, the Torah is called for con the Quran is called for criterion, something that gives you the ability to distinguish to tell apart to tell between things, this is right, this is wrong. This is okay, this is not okay, this is

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acceptable. This is not acceptable. So Allah gave the Scripture, the full con, the criterion, will Leah and also a light. But this is also a description of the Torah. Because Leah light, something that allows you to see, in the absence of light, there is darkness and in darkness, you can't see. You can get hurt,

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you can end up doing something very harmful, very dangerous. You know, for instance, if there's a blackout, and you're inside your house, and all of a sudden the lights go off, and you think as if you're sitting on a chair, but it's quite possible that there is no chair behind you.

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And you're sitting with full force and you fall on the floor, and you can seriously injure your back.

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This is why we like light, we don't like darkness. The Scripture the full con is also Obeah. It's like a light, an external light that allows you to see things as they are. It allows you to perceive things as they truly are with a claw and a reminder limit again for those who fear Allah, who are the Alladhina Shona above and below those who fear their Lord in the unseen meaning they haven't seen him still they fear Him or when they are in the unseen when they are alone. Still they fear

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Allah. One is to do something good because everybody's watching.

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People are looking, I better not behave like this. I better not say this, I better not do this.

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One is to rectify yourself out of fear of people. But the other is that when nobody's watching and you're alone, still you do what is right out of who's fear? Allah subhanaw taala this is the definition of the one who has the core who I'm talking.

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Allah says where they can deal with the pain and the next I explained to them what the pain are. What's the definition Alladhina yak Shona a boom, belay. Those who fear their Lord in the unseen when they're alone when they're secluded. While home and then Minister Garrity from the our mushfiqur own apprehensive. This fear of the Day of Judgment is always on their head. Always keeping them apprehensive. Even subtle Bacara one of the first things that we learn about people of the

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court is mobile at home, you know, they have your teen in the UK or over here we see olmesartan Mushfiq home because unless and until a person develops fear of that day,

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he cannot

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live properly.

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He cannot do good he cannot abstain from wrong.

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It's this realization that I have to face my Lord with all this baggage, what baggage, the things I've done. The actions I've committed, I have to face him.

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This is what keeps a person straight in sort of AFI 33 Also we learn when Hershey or Ramona bill AB wotja Have you called me Muneeb the one who fears the Most Merciful in the unseen and comes to Allah with a heart that is returning in repentance

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In total molcajete well we learn in Alladhina Shona a bone believe Lahoma forgotten what urgent can be for such people is forgiveness on a great reward. Allah says we'll have that equal Mobarak and this is a vicar that is Mobarak with vicar, the one that is before you the Quran. This is a reminder that is mobile rock, what is my bottle full of Baraka, full of blessing full of goodness, its blessings, its benefits never sees the never end.

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The good that you can get out from the Quran it's endless so never think you've had enough of the Quran you can never have enough of the Quran. You can never have enough of reading it, reflecting on it, studying its meanings never ever

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because it is Mobarak

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full of Baraka full of height

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this Quran is Mobarak Anza now who we have revealed it a monkey rune for unknown

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what Furlan and Tom you level for it? What are you doing? You are monkey Moon towards monkey Rune florala monkey who is Monkey the one who rejects

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or denies

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you are denying this Quran

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you don't want to get to know this Quran because monkey is also used for someone who is unacquainted. Someone who doesn't know

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and which one of us can claim that he I know the Quran

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who can claim that?

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Seriously who can

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ask me anything? I'll answer you. I'll tell you what it means. Nobody can What do we say? Let me check my notes

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I'll get back to you tomorrow. Let me re listen

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somehow I missed this I didn't fully understand it. I still need to reflect a little bit on this.

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Uh for anthem logo monkey rune then why are you turning away from the Quran? How can you think you've had enough of it you can never have enough of it there's always more treasures to gain from the book of Allah

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no they say double your productivity and double your life. That if you will

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work properly in the time that you have in the most productive way, then it's as though you were living

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double your life. You understand? Why because you're availing those moments that you have, and you're doing their sin. This is what makes a person successful. We think if we live a very, very long life and a very, very happy life and a very, very rich life and a very, very healthy life, then we can do a lot. No, it's not necessary. Even with little, you can do more, but it's about the approach that you take.

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So panic alone will be Hambrick Nisha de la ilaha. illa Anta nostoc We will go on to be like a Santa Monica common law he will work out

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