Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P17 169D Tafsir Al-Hajj 42-51

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The conversation covers various topics related to Islam, including persecution, profit centers, and the loss of houses and abandoned places. The speakers discuss various words and phrases used in the transcript, including "will" and "will tree," and emphasize the importance of protecting individuals from extreme conditions and not hiding anything from oneself. They also discuss the concept of the heart and how it is the king who controls the entire body, and emphasize the importance of showing proper behavior and avoiding false accusations. The segment concludes with a video of a woman experiencing a false self expression and being scared.
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What You Can the walker and if they deny you, the prophets of Allah Islam is consoled over here if the people reject you, what was the reason behind all of this? You know, persecution of the Muslims after face, leaving Makkah, and then fighting the enemy back what was behind all of the stuck the denial? So if they deny you, then worry not because for other cancer but Cobla home homeowners, then, in fact, it denied popular home before them Komono the people of New Who did they deny their messenger know, hey, listen, and we're arguing and the people of God, who did they deny their messenger who would earn a sin and what's the mood and the people of the mood? Who did they deny

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their profit? Who was the profit centers a mood slightly early center? What como Ibrahima and the people of Ibrahim also denied who Ibrahim on insulin walk Omalu and the people of loads also denied their profit. What else How will Meridian and the people of Meridian who was sent to the people of Medina sure as early as salam were could the VA Musa and Musa was denied he was rejected by who by for our own

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and also his people. They kind of denied him also how that when Musa Saddam came and the persecution increased? What did they say to Musar? Listen, I'm Olina we were heard before you came and we are being heard and persecuted even after you have gone as if they're saying there was no good in your coming to us. You have brought no good to us. What could Ziva Musa he was denied was Rs Allah makes the bunnies right across the sea. What happens he goes to bring the Torah comes back and he finds out that the people have been worshipping the calf couldn't even Musa for unlaid too little caffeine on layer two. So I gave respite, meme lamb Wow. Malou mail is to walk quickly.

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To walk quickly. Have you ever seen a child walking away from their parents?

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Like for example, in a mall, right? As soon as the child sees mom is not looking? Right? And forget about children, even teenagers do that. Right? that mom is not looking Dad's not looking. This is your time to escape. This is your time to run. So my to walk briskly. Now, sometimes what happens the mother is looking, the father is looking, but what do they say? Let me see how far she goes. Let me see how far he goes. Let me see what she actually ends up doing. Let's see. And then what happens? They let the child goal up to a certain limit and then they come in grabbed.

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Right? This is him lap to give respite to give rope to give someone freedom, okay? Let them do what they're doing. Let them enjoy. Let them you know, do what they're doing and then catch them in law. So for a lay two, I gave respite little carefully into the disbelievers meaning when they initially disbelieved in their Messengers where they caught immediately. Where they know they weren't Allah subhanaw taala gave them time, more chances. And instead of benefiting from that time and coming back to Allah, what did they do? They went further and further in there. We will

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look at the people of Makkah. What were they doing? They rejected the Prophet saw a lot of sin were they punished immediately? No. 13 years went by in Morocco were they punished? No. Then what happened to Prophet sallallahu Sallam goes to Medina were they punished? No. I mean yes, there were small punishments every now and then in the form of you know famine that struck the people of Makkah, and then the Battle of better and the defeats that they suffered at the hands of the Muslims. Those were all small punishments, but were they completely destroyed? No, they weren't. And during this time, there were some people who accepted Islam but there were others who just went

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further and further in their

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in their disbelief so far um, later they'll caffeine Allah gives them time. Some A has the home then I sees them. Then I caught them then I punish them for K if I can and a kid. Then how was My Nikki's Nikki's you see Nicky Lee, there's a customer under the RA. And what that implies is Nikki you D, but instead of saying Nikki de Nikki's All right, because at the end mcareavey just doesn't sound good. So for K for Canada, Keith, remember, for a Yaya photo hub Boone. Remember, it was for a Yaya for her boo knee and the knee is abbreviated to just knee for a Yaffa Taccone is abbreviated adjust for ei F at the goon, right. So for K for cannon Nikki's. Nikki, what's the root known calf, Ra same

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root as the word Mancha.

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In college, what does encode mean? Reject, deny, right? When cut is that which is rejected that which is not acceptable? It's considered wrong. Nikita over here refers to punishment. Right? So it's as if it's being said for K for Canon Nikiti How was my disapproval of their cover? That Allah did not accept their cover? Just because they had been doing it for very long. That didn't make it right. It was not acceptable Allah rejected it. And the key punishment How was my punishment meaning it was such that made them unrecognizable. It completely changed them because remember that Nikhil from 10 key 10 key it also means to change something so they manually Salam when he had the arch of

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the Queen brought he said NetKey Rolla, Asha Nucky, Rula Nakuru, Asan. Change it all right, so Nikiti How was my punishment? It was such that completely changed them they were unrecognizable, unrecognizable. Their state changed from life to death their state changed from success from prosperity to utter destruction look at fit our own How was his country? How were his people? Before the punishment came busy streets people are all you know worshipping for our own doing anything at his command whatever he says they do it but what happens when for our own is drowned. What happened to those homes? Those streets those palaces empty? That's it. For K for cat in a kid how was My

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reproach? How was my punishment meaning it was terrible, unavoidable. Fucker am human Korean. So we are being told, take a lesson from history. Just because you can survive doing something wrong for one year for two years for three years. You're not going to last forever. Eventually we're going back to Allah fucka a human polyethene and how many a city alakina Ha we destroyed it. To look at history, nation after nation community after community.

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Empire after empire. What happened to it? The halacha it's time came to an end it was finished. We destroyed it. And why was it destroyed? Why is it that that particular nation suffered decline? Well, he Allah Lima while it was doing one, there were some form of looting going on over there. And this is why that nation suffered decline. This is why I mean, this is true any person who comes to this world eventually he has to go right. But why is it that nations nations decline? Why is it that an entire nation is wiped out? wiped off? Why?

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Why it's time came, but also we see over here well He Allah Lima, some form of loon was going on.

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You know, some scholars they said that if there are people who are upon cover and cover is the kind of world if there are people upon cover, Allah subhanaw taala lets them live until their Agile is over. But if those people are doing low, then no they cannot stay for very long. They cannot remain safe for very long, where there is low any place where there is oppression, whether it's a family or a workplace, or it is a country, any place where there is little it cannot last for very long, sooner or later it will finish

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because what is between the draw of the balloon

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and Allah subhanaw taala

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a person who is oppressed when he makes dua then you know what his lie is answered? It's responded to so in this is a severe warning that with Loulan with oppression we cannot be there for very long we cannot so let's look at our lives are we doing good when our children are we doing good when our husband are we doing low in our in laws our parents our younger siblings are we doing low on people who are working under us in any capacity because where there is learn decline is not far it's coming very soon well he alone him atone

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for here how we are gonna allow Arushi has so now let's look at it for he has so it is Hall we're on our auto ship call we have from the letters Hall. Well yeah. How elbaite How will bathe is a house that has been demolished. It's empty. It's fallen. Nobody lives there and parts of it have also fallen down on Arusha or wash

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is a plural off, I'll write off generally when your standard as a throne. But our Irish is not just the throne where King sits out is also you could say like the ceiling, which is why the Scholars when they define the option of Allah subhanaw taala. They say that it's, it's like the ceiling of the entire creation in the entire creation is beneath the OSH

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where's the entire creation? Beneath the OSH the savasana worth, right? And then the earth, it's all beneath. So anywhere else. And remember that model shot? What are my blue shirts, those plants that grow upwards, so vines that grow on trellis is that you have to make a frame or something, a wooden frame, or you have to dye those plants up, you know, to a hook or something like that, so that they can climb up climbers model shot, that which goes upwards. So oh, she's also roof. So how we turn to Allah, ooh, she had the Roush, meaning the ceilings are fallen, the roof tops are fallen. So think about it. If there is a structure, there's a building a house, and the roof has collapsed. Do you

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think anybody's going to live there?

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Do you think anybody's going to live there? No. And why is it like that in the first place?

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Because it was abandoned? What happens to abandoned houses, abandoned places. What do you see? Eventually the roof collapses? I mean, just a couple years ago, you could see many barns even within Mississauga, right. But there was no, you know, farming being done on that property. So those barns were just empty. And you could see the parts of them were collapsed, and especially the roof that's collapsed. So for here, how are we gonna allow Arusha?

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Imagine the house that we love, if the roof has collapsed, would you do something to fix it? The first crack you see, or the first leak, you find you're going to do something to fix it.

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But if a house has been abandoned, it's empty, the ceiling has collapsed. What does it mean there is no residence there.

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The owner is not there will be any more Okpala will be it in and a well that is more Astana abandoned more Astana, Irene for love. Alright, for lamb Apple. Apple basically gives the meaning of when something is inactive when something is inoperative, meaning it's not being used anymore. It's not performing its function. It's not doing what it's meant to do what it's supposed to do.

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Like, for example, when a person when a laborer is unemployed, he's got no work.

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Then this word is used. You understand that? It's not performing its function. Likewise, if a woman right, she doesn't wear nice clothes or, you know, she's not taking care of herself by wearing even the most basic jewelry or adornment. Then it is said to Alterna tomorrow,

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that this woman outlet meaning she's empty in the sense that she's not doing what she's meant to do mean a girl from the very beginning. What is she meant to do? What does she meant to do? Dress up right? Which is why you see even baby girls. They have no hair on their heads. But what do they have? A headband, a hair band for no hair? Right? Their ears are pierced. Their dresses are so fancy. Even they're uncomfortable in those clothes, but you have to put them on because they're supposed to be girls. Right? Their shoes are nicer. And the accessories oh my god, there's no limit to that. Right? So this is what a woman I mean, she does from the very beginning. So if ever there

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is a girl who doesn't wear, no jewelry, no nice clothes, nothing like that. She doesn't dress up at all.

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What do people ask her Everything okay with you?

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Is everything fine? Right. So this is Otto.

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Have you heard of the term doll clean? darkly? When it comes to the names of Allah subhanaw taala we should not do thorough clean.

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What does it mean? That remove the meaning. So for example, some people they say yeah, Allah subhanaw taala is our man but you don't say that he shows mercy like you no mercy. No, you don't say that God chose mercy. Allah is a Samir but you don't say that he hears because if you say you here's a new resembling him to the creation. You see some people come up with these kinds of ideas and these are wrong.

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These are wrong because if Allah has said he is a Samir, you cannot abandon the meaning of a Sameer Kenya. If Allah has said that he's Albacete, can you abandon the meaning of bus? You can't do that. You can't abandon the meaning. So there are clean so anyway, be it in mattala

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Uh, well that is abandoned, meaning the welders there, the water is there, but the well is abandoned. No person comes there in the morning during the day. At the end of the day, nobody comes to draw water out of that. Well, it's standing, but it's unused. The people are gone. We're in more acapella. We're Aslan machine, Castle, Castle, a castle, or you could say, like a building a lofty building. Okay, and machine is from the root letters, Shinya. The shade. Shade is to plaster a wall. What does it mean by plastering a wall? Have you ever seen a wall being with

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How was a wall made? So think about this wall? For instance, how did this wall get made?

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Don't tell me you haven't seen any renovation shows on TV? Have you? Like seriously? That's what the TV is full of these days. You'd put on any any channel and what do you find? Renovations home renovations. So anyway, how was the wall made? Good?

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Okay. Exactly. So for example, if there is a brick wall, if I know the brick walls are rare here, but if there is, what would you do? You would layer the bricks, one on top of the other. All right, make sure that they're consolidated there, they're stuck to each other. But the surface is not that pretty. It's not smooth. Right? So then what do they do they put cement or something on top, alright, or plaster or something? And they make it all nice and smooth. All right. Now, for example, these walls, wooden walls. What do they do there? They put, you know, what is that material called drywall? Right? They put drywall. But if you put like three, four pieces of drywall together,

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there's going to be cracks in the middle. Right? So what do they have to do? Put some stuff on top in order to smoothen the surface. All right, this is shade. This is shade to smoothen the surface. Now these days, it's something normal it must be done. Otherwise nobody's gonna buy that house. Right. But back in the day, it was done only for big fancy houses. All right. So costly machine, a castle, a castle, that is machine that is built very strongly and beautifully.

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built very strongly and beautifully. Alter, remember that shape is to construct and build to raise a palace high. So it's not just one story, but it's, you could say it's multiple stories, or even if it's one story, the walls are really high, the ceiling is really high. So you're not talking about an ordinary house. You're talking about big fancy houses. Allah says now look at the ayah fucka am and Kalia tin alakina How many a city are there that we destroyed? Why will he allow Alima because it was wrongdoing. And today you see it for how we are going to Allah Lucia. It has fallen down on its rooftops. Even the roofs have caved in will be remarked bulletin you will find abandoned wells

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will offer machines and palaces that were lufti that were constructed high that were fancy, beautiful, strong. All these places stand today. They exist today. Some of them have collapsed, some of them are in ruins. And some of them despite the passage of time are still standing perfectly fine. But the inhabitants are gone. The inhabitants are gone. The streets are empty. The house is vacant. Nobody's living there.

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This is the reality of this world. We will go and what we have collected will remain behind.

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It will remain behind it's not going with us. And today we treasure it tomorrow it will be someone else's garbage. We value it we spent so much time taking care of it and others.

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They don't care about it at all. Has it ever happened with you that you spent so long cleaning the floor?

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You swept it, you mopped it, there were some parts of the floor that you even cleaned by hand. And what happens when people walk in? What happens two days later? It says though that place was never cleaned. And how do you feel in your heart?

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You feel like it wasn't worth it wasn't worth all the effort. I put in so much work and people don't even value it. They don't even care.

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They don't. And this is the reality of this world. So don't attach yourself to the things of

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swirled to the places of this world, because the end is separation. And the more we attach ourselves to the things of this world, the more difficult and painful will that separation be? We're not here to last forever. We're not here to stay here. We're not here to stay forever. We have to leave this place. alpha and omega zero fill out Earth. So have they not traveled in the earth? Have they not gone about through the earth through the land? And seen such places? Have we? Have you ever been to a museum?

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Dean someone's gops utensils, their cutlery, their clothes, their makeup, right? Just go to the museum and what do you see so many things that belong to the people of the past? Our fellow Mia see rueful Earth have they not traveled through the earth? They understand they know about this reality of life, further Cornella home, so they could have Woburn hearts, plural of called br Kelowna Bihar by which they could understand yaki Luna from Oracle, what does Oracle mean? Reason, your intellect where you process information, you retain it, your memory, right concepts that you understand, this is Apple, Allah says, Have they not traveled through the earth so that they would have hearts by

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which they can understand the heart would understand your coluna behalf? With the hearts Oh, either known or ears or then is a plural off? Although what is Odin? Ear? He Yes, Morona beha. They could hear with it meaning with the ears.

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But do they have hearts by which they understand? Or do they have ears by which they hear? No they don't. They travel they see so much. They learn so much. But it's as though they have not understood a thing. It says though they have not heard a word. What's going on over here Allah says for inner Hala Tamil Agusan for inner so indeed it Latin will absorb the vision that does not become blind Dharma from IMEA to be blind, I'll absorb chlorella bussel the eyes the vision that does not become blind. Then what becomes blind? Well, I can but thermal Kulu the hearts become blind which arts allottee for solo, we which are in the chests, that becomes blind. And if that is blind, then it

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doesn't matter if the ears work, or if the eyes work. It doesn't matter. Because the eyes and ears what are they? They're only a window to the heart.

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Where's the heart?

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Can you touch it?

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Can you? Can you see it? You cannot? It's hidden inside? Right? But do you feel happiness in it? Sometimes? Do you feel pain in it sometimes? Do you feel things? Yes, you do. It's there? Can you deny the heart? You cannot. It's there. Now.

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The heart is the king. Right? It's the Maalik of Who of you. It rules you.

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It rules over you and the heart.

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It doesn't have eyes. It doesn't have ears. But every organ of the body. What is it? It's of the Junoon of the heart. They're like the armies of the king. So the king uses its armies. The king uses the armies. Why in order to in order to get anything done.

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Like for example, a king generally where do you see it? The King is sitting on his throne? He wants water? Does he go get water himself? No. He orders Get me water. Right? He wants that someone should be killed? Does he go kill him himself? No. He gives the orders and his orders are executed. His commands are done by who? by those who are under him. So the king is controlling the entire nation.

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Correct. Such is the heart it controls the entire body. Every organ, every faculty every ability. Where is it? It's under the heart.

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See with your eyes. Why are you looking at it? Why are you taking interest in looking at it? Because the heart once you understand or if you're listening to something Why are you listening to it because your heart wants you to

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and Has it ever happened that you're talking to someone? Rather they're talking to you, you're listening to them? And if they stop for a moment and they ask you what they've said

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you're blank.

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Here blank, you have no idea what they said why? The ears were listening

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thing but the heart was busy doing something else. Has it ever happened with you that you read a whole page? And by the time you read the end of the picture, like what did I just read?

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Your reading the brain was processing the entire information, you read every word correctly. However, it didn't reach the heart. Why? Because the heart was not interested. So you see what is mentioned over here? Do they not have hearts by which they would understand ERP Luna beha, the heart is meant to understand. And if it doesn't, then it doesn't matter what the eyes see what the ears listen to what the mind processes, it doesn't matter. The body is useless if the heart does not operate properly.

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If the heart does not operate properly, it doesn't matter what verses of Quran we're listening to. It doesn't matter what miracles we see, it doesn't matter what experiences we go through, it doesn't matter it will not affect why because the heart is not operating properly.

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So, over here, so many examples of the people of the past have been given. Right? You see their ruined houses, you see their abandoned places, you see their properties, you know, sitting there, nobody looking after them. And you understand that you're not going to walk on this earth forever, yet your actions don't change. Why? Because the heart is blind. You saw you heard you know, you know the facts on your fingertips, but your actions don't change you don't cry before Allah you don't feel bad about the sins you've done. Why because the heart is unaffected, it is blind.

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For India, her left arm will absorb the eyes can function perfectly. But if the heart is blind, then it doesn't matter what the IC what the IC will be useless. An example of their blindness the blindness of their hearts has given way a star Jonah Kabila, they urge you to hasten the punishment. When can you imagine a person asking for punishment? I mean, we shook enough maca they would go to the profits on the lobster and say fine, get the punishment on us.

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Causes to be destroyed.

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Abuja Hill went up to the Kaaba held the Kiswa of the Kaaba and asked for destruction where star Giuliana colada. They ask you for punishment. Allah says well are you live Allah Who are the but Allah would never go against his promise. Allah's promise is that those who behave in this way, they deserve to be punished. And just because the punishment is not here immediately, don't think that Allah is breaking his promise. He's not fulfilling his promise know when you leave Allah Who are the, in other words, have no doubt it's coming. You're being impatient for it? Don't worry, it's coming. Why is it taking so long? Because we're in neoman are in Lubbock, and indeed a day near your

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Lord is Elfi Senate in like 1000 years Minmatar are doing of that which you count to do nine dial dial or that are that is number counting. You know, sometimes we learn, like the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that, and our Salah to God saying that I and the day of judgment are like this, and he but his two fingers together, meeting, the next major event, after the prophets of Allah said was meant to be is meant to be the Day of Judgment, plenty wonder 1400 years,

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1400 years, and all the signs of the Day of Judgment that we have been told about. I mean, we don't see them. I mean, people 1000 years ago thought that those signs had happened, where they were happening. But still the Day of Judgment is not here. So you wonder how long is it going to be? Allah subhanaw taala says that one day, one day near Allah is like, how many years for you? How many years? Elephants anything like 1000 years?

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You see the time concept of time that we have, or 24 hours a day. Right? Does that apply on Mars as well?

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It doesn't why?

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Because it rotates on its orbit goes around the sun at a different speed. You know, it's at a particular distance away from the sun. So obviously, the concept of time is different at Mars, compared to the earth. Correct. Now, this is something we understand.

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Now, just today, I learned that an average house fly, right its lifespan is about 30 days, 30 days. And I was thinking Imagine if the average human being lived for 30 days. Doesn't work like that. house fly is small, very small, and for 830 days is a lifetime. Lifetime. We are human beings first 30 days is just a break. Right? This is

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As part of the summer break that we missed so much, because we don't have it anymore. All right. So anyway, we are on this earth, we are small. And for us 1000 years seems like such a big deal.

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Right? But Allah subhanaw taala? Who is the Harlock? Who is the Hanako? is above the seven heavens above is ash above the entire creation, then obviously, for him 1000 years is what? It's nothing. This is like a day. Our 1000 years are like a day for Allah soprano. And you see, when you learn about Jana, when you learn about Jenna, what's one of the first things you learn that people will abide there in eternally? And you think eternally? And people say things like, well, aren't we going to get bored in there? Aren't people gonna get bored in general eventually? No. Because once you go to Jannah, than time is irrelevant. It doesn't matter.

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Time is irrelevant. It doesn't apply in general.

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It doesn't. Because you don't have any meetings, any scheduled. Nothing like that. You could stare at your food for like, a billion years if you wanted to. There is no decay, no going back. How is it that we get a sense of time, when we look at our body? For example, when we were little, each time we grew out of some clothes, we realized we were bigger, right? Likewise, as you age, each time you see a wrinkle appear somewhere or you see like your skin is not the way it used to be before what does that show you? You are aging. But in general, there is nothing like that there is no aging. So it's as though there is no concept of time time is irrelevant.

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what we need to understand is from from this is the lesson we learned is that sometimes we become impatient for certain things. How come this is not happening? I've been making the offer this particular thing for like five years. That hasn't happened? Well, five years seems like a very big deal to us. But before Allah subhanaw taala five years is like nothing, nothing.

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And you know, the smaller you are, the more impatient you are. You know, for instance, look at a child.

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I mean, the cookie is coming.

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They see the cookie. But what happens until the cookie reaches their hand or their mouths. That child is just crying and whining and fussing. And you tell them it's only a second only a minute let me just put this away so that I can hand you the cookie. No, no, I want to right now right now, the more impatient they are. So when we are impatient. Why is that? Because we are small.

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We're in neoman or inlog Becca Elfi Sonatine Minmatar or dune work I am in Korea and how many a nation how many a city? I'm Les Tula, I gave respite to it. We're here walima Tom, it was wrongdoing, some has to hide and I seized it what Lal must lead and to me is the final destination. So just because we're having fun doing something or a particular individual or a nation is upon injustice and years have gone by, don't think they will continue like that forever. Time is being given. And it may seem like a long period of time but near Allah it's not long. Ponce Yeah. Are you a nurse or people in nama? Indeed not but an Allah calm? I am to, you know, the Euro Medina, clear

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warner, I'm a clear warning. My warning is open. It's evident. It's manifest. I've made it clear to you I've not hidden anything from you not concealed anything. It's open. And I'm openly warning you.

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You see the Arabs, they had this tradition where if, you know, for instance, if a person is at the top of a mountain, and he sees an army and enemy approaching, he sees danger approaching? Then what would he do? He would scream out and warn everybody. But sometimes as creams, his voice wouldn't reach the people. Or even though it's reaching, they cannot make out the words because the words are coming from far. Or there isn't much time for him to go from the mountaintop all the way down and warn everybody. So what they will do is that a person if there was something really, really dangerous and scary, like something that was very serious, that person would take off his clothes.

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Yeah, that was called in the theater. ODN.

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So what that meant was do something before it's too late. Don't delay at all. It's like a serious warning. serious warning. But the Quran doesn't use that word. Nor does it tell us to warn in that manner. Now the little more been a warner that is clear.

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clarify the warning. Talk about it In plain terms don't hide anything.

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You know, for instance, children, we don't tell them about hellfire. Why? Because we think they'll be scared.

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They'll be scared. Don't tell them about Day of Judgment. Don't tell them about gin. They'll be scared. Don't tell them what check on they'll be scared.

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You know, even if you don't tell your kids about shaytaan about gin, they'll learn about

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ghosts, right? And forget about ghosts. I mean, you know, these movies that are out there today. Each movie as a villain

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isn't that there's some villain

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and that villain becomes the most evil guy. And the child is having nightmares about that villain that is unreal. So what we need to teach them is about what about Chatlin that is the real enemy. Jin Xiao Tian, middle NCL. Jin don't hide the reality tell them.

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Several years ago, I saw this little girl. Right? She was maybe about four years old. And she did something wrong. I am not going to go into what exactly she did what she did something wrong.

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And the mother said, are you listening to shape one? And all my that little girl her face changed? She started crunching? No, I'm not listening to Shavon Shavon is not my friend. I don't want to do a chat on does. What should I do? And she started saying stuff it alone. You know, I was a biller who in a shape ideology. And I mean, she realized she had done something wrong because this is something that Chethan would tell her to do. And immediately she changed her way. And I think it was a little too intense. But still she had an idea of what shape on is and what it means to follow shape on what it means to be friends with Trayvon. And these are things that children need to know if they can

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understand the concept of RG villains I'm sure they can understand the concept of shaitan and they should so now the automobile the warning should be clear it should be open for levena Amma no warm it'll slowly hurt so those people who believe and do righteous deeds love Amok Vera tune for them is forgiveness. What is unclean and a noble provision? Those who believe in the messenger who do righteous deeds their hearts believe their actions confirm then For them is forgiveness because definitely they're human beings they will make mistakes but Allah will forgive them because of their Iman and Ahmed Salah and Allah will give them respond Karim inaudible provision generous provision

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and what is His provision in the dunya and the one Medina sorrow fee is Tina and as for those people who strive against our verses, some people they become humble on the verses of Allah are presented, and other people they strive against the verses they oppose the verses they speak against them. They try to refute them. Those who do that more RGZ seeking to cause failure marches in front of more judges one who wants the other to fail. Ola equals hugging your hand. Those are the inmates of hellfire, they will end up in hellfire. Now those who strive

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in their opposition to the verses of Allah trying to defeat or trying to overcome or trying to refute the message that Allah has sent. How do they do that?

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What are their efforts like

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different you know for instance the Musa king of Makkah, they didn't just try one way to fight the prophets of Allah to oppose him. They tried many ways. Let's listen to the recitation

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the word sorrow what's the root of it? See nine? Yes, sorry. What does it mean? Don't just read the translation what does it mean to run? You know sorry during Hajj right. What is it? You go between Safa and Marwa and there is a certain part of it where men are required to run so sorry is to run meaning strive to do something you're putting an effort. So there are some people who strive Wi Fi i attina Regarding our is the ayat that Allah has sent, and what is their striving for more IG zine, trying to defeat the verses of Allah opposing the Quran opposing the messenger? That's what they're striving is about? What is our striving about?

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What is our striving about? Do we want to be on the other side to defend the verses of over

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to at least defend the Quran? Tell me Are there people to do who attack the Quran?

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Are there people today who attack the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And they strive they strive in doing that they spend their money they spend their time their talents, so much. What are we doing?

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Don't we have to stand up and defend the religion of Allah subhanaw taala

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