Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P20 200B Tafsir Al-Qasas 22-28

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The journey of Musar Lisanna from Egypt to Meridian is long and difficult, with a range of emotions and interactions between men and women. The importance of not missing conversations or feeling is emphasized, as well as the need for physical distance and humility in art. The use of watering and reciting in public settings is also discussed, and the importance of showing mercy and love in art is emphasized.
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bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim ayah number 22 wollam Ma and when the word Jehovah He directed Himself dill to word in the direction of Medina, Medina

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meaning most artists nm he ran away from Egypt. When the man came and told him that they're deciding to kill you just leave, I am sincere to you. I'm telling you something for your own good. If you want to remain alive then just go because these people are not going to be fair in their trial. So what happened was on s&m left, and when he left he was in the direction of Medina. But did he know about it? No, he didn't know the what Johanna is from while Jim How would you is a person's face and the what Jaha yet the what Jehovah would do is to direct one's face towards something to turn one's face in a particular direction. So the word Jehovah meaning he headed, he proceeded

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in the direction of toward the will call from Latvia, it will call to throw lochia to meet and Luca is a meeting. It's basically to come face to face with someone or something. And when you're face to face with someone you are in its direction, right to work. So they will call a meridian meaning towards Medina. He was now going in the direction of meridian. What is Meridian Meridian was an ancient city. It is said that the city is named after Midian, who is said to be one of the sons of Ibrahim on Islam, Allah Harlem and he was actually a son or one of the descendants. But it is said that the city was named after Midian. Now muddiman What is of importance to us over here is how far

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is it from Egypt? It is a distance of eight days journey by foot, meaning you would have to walk for eight days to get to Meridian, from Egypt.

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And sure Abrahamsson and remember, he was also sent to the city of meridian. All right, but that was at a different time. So to call on Odeon, he went towards Medina, Allah He said, I saw Rob be, perhaps my lord, a Danny, that he will guide me so a Seville do the right way. Look at this amazing, amazing man. He doesn't know where he's going, what's going to happen to him, where he's going to end up if he's going to survive even but look at the hope that he has in Allah subhanaw taala he says My Lord is going to guide me to some way to some sound way to some correct way some place some destination and so I Seville so correct sound meaning correct. Right now, most artists and I left

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Egypt without a plan and without any guide. Right? And he was headed towards my the end but he was not sure that which way exactly he was going in. So he relied upon Allah subhanaw taala at this point, hoping that Allah will guide him to the best destination in the most efficient way.

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So what happened he kept walking he kept walking until he reached Meridian while Alma and when and imagine just how difficult this journey must have been. Just imagine how difficult this journey must have been allowed him if he met anybody, but the constant fear that what if ferons people are coming behind me, right? And then being alone having no supplies, having no companionship, nothing, no one with him. Just imagine how difficult this journey must have been.

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And you know, the Prophet sallallahu sunnah when he made his return from Mecca to Medina. That was also somewhat around a week, a week's journey. Alright, so when I'm no one other than when he arrived at Matt meridian, the water of Meridian being he's walking, walking, walking, and he ends up where he finds a watering place. And this happens to be the watering place of the city of Medina. What are the from the root well rather than from the word root and root is to arrive at water to arrive at a watering place. So the mount of Meridian What is this water of Meridian meaning the place where the people of Medina and the inhabitants of Meridian came to fetch water? And they also

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came to water their animals? Okay. Perhaps it was a well, so when he arrived there, what are the are they he he found at it meaning he found over there at that watering place? All mutton Mina nests a group of people. Oma What does Omar mean? A group of people Allah

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number of people. So he found over there a group of people. And what were these people doing? Yes, Guna they were watering, meaning they were giving water to who? To their flock to their animals. So he found a large number of people over there meaning a huge crowd with their animals, and they were watching their animals. Okay, so very normal. But then he also found over there, well, what are that and he found Minh Dooney him, men from Dooney him beside them, meaning he found a way from this crowd who Imran detainee to women and these two women. What were they doing? First of all, they were separate from the group. And secondly, they were to do Danny to do Danny, they were driving back

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they were driving back what their flocks, their animals, that who Danny is from. You see the Annie at the end, this is for Destiny, a dual two. So these two were holding back, okay, from the zoo, Duda zoo, the old, the old is to restrain to not let something draw close to another to keep back. So they were keeping their herd back, they were keeping their flock back, meaning they were not letting their animals go and drink. Why? Because of the animals would go and drink of course they would have to go along with their animals because then their sheep would get mixed up with the sheep of others. You understand? They would lose their flock. So this was very strange. Why were these two

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women not letting their animals drink water?

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Musa al Islam he couldn't just sit there and watch color. He said Mahathir bakoma What is your condition? What is your circumstance? What is your situation hospitable? We have done this word earlier also. Alright, what is your situation? Meaning how come you're not letting your animals drink? How come you're not taking them to the water source? And besides what are you doing here anyway?

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You understand? Because I don't know if you've ever seen a village but a place like this super super busy. It's not a place where women can go easily in the sense that they're not going to get much far because you have to be very physically strong in order to first control your flock your herd and then push and shove your way in through the crowd and then take your animals in the middle of the crowd through the crowd to the watering source. It's not a place where women go generally it's not something that they can handle generally. So he said my Hotbot Kuma What is your condition? Why are you keeping your animals away? Kanata they both said learn us B we do not want her nasty same Coffea

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same root as the word your spoon your spoon their water nasty we water meaning we do not let our animals drink HEPA until use the rod we use the euro. US dollar use little mustard is Bob and from his blood is the word must look. Okay. Slide Dallara Sadara. Remember, Sadara is the opposite of what other? What does one other mean? I just told you

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what does what are the mean?

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To arrive arrive? Were

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at a watering place. So what do you think further means?

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Sadara to depart from the watering place. All right. So what other a person came with his animals to water his animals, for instance? Sadara he's watered his animals and now he's going back. He's going away. All right. He's departing from there. So they said we wait for the Riera to go Who are they are RIA is the plural of roaring. Who is it are in glory. Shepherd. Right. herdsmen. So we wait for these men. Okay to take their animals when they're done. When they leave when they depart when they go away. Then we take our flock while buena and our father is shaken Kebede and old men. Meaning we have to come and do this work. Because we are the only children of our father and our father is an

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old man and he cannot bring the flock himself and he cannot water the flock himself. So this is why we have to come and do this. What do we see over here? Anything you notice about Musar Lisanna.

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His concern concern for who

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for others, just think about it. He had just, you know, sat somewhere arrived somewhere after a very long and difficult and frightening journey, exhausting journey.

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But he is getting up in order to help somebody else.

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Then we see that he himself was in a lot of difficulty, he didn't know where he was going to sleep that night, if he was going to stay in muddy and or if he had to keep walking somewhere else, you understand. He himself was in a lot of difficulty. But despite his condition, he is concerned about the condition of others. He hasn't forgotten the pain of others in his own pain.

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What is it that we generally do when we are in pain, we forget about the pain of others. Whereas Musar escena, he is in a lot of difficulty, in a lot of trouble. And he's concerned about the trouble that others are in this is prophetic character, we see that even the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in his final illness, when he had extremely high fever, he had a lot of aches and pains in his body. He was barely conscious. And in that time, what is he doing, advising people to be careful about the rights of the slaves, the rights of women, and so on and so forth. He's concerned about others, even though he himself isn't a lot of pain.

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Another thing we see about most artists anime is that he's paying attention to his surroundings. Alright, he is observing the people that are in that place, he notices them. He gives regard to those who are around him, he takes interest in them, even if they happen to be complete total strangers.

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Generally, who is it that we take interest in? Who people that we know? And if it's a stranger, what do we do? We don't even look or if we look, we just look and we pass on Musa alayhis salam, he notices that there's something awkward here something wrong here. Something not right here. Why are these two women holding their flock back? It's not right. If they keep waiting, what's going to happen? The water is going to finish. Right? Or it might be too late.

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Or they might lose their animals. Because how long can you keep sheep away? You know from a water source, especially when they're thirsty. So Musa listen, I'm he notices. Now we see over here that firstly, most artists and I'm understood that this was not the ideal work or place for women. And on top of that, you know, he sees that they're not letting their animals go. So there's something not right. Then we see that Musa Sam doesn't just make this observation. He also investigates, he finds out, he goes to the women and he asks them, he doesn't assume anything. He goes to them and asks them, Mahatma bakoma.

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Because generally, either we don't notice. Or if we do notice, then when I go

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to bed, or we're like, Oh, I hope I hope you know they will be fine. I hope somebody will come and help them. Right. But Musar listener doesn't wait for something else to work out. He doesn't make any assumption. He goes and he finds out what the problem is. So that if his services are needed, if his help is needed, he can actually be of use over here be of benefit over here.

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Let me give you a small example. If you're in your own house, okay, your own house and you see that the door is open. And the flyers are coming in. Okay, especially these days, flyers are coming and going out. Bugs are coming in the door is open, it's left open, would you find out why the door is open? Or would you be like Oh, somebody must have opened it.

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You go from your bedroom to the kitchen and you grab something and you go back to your room. And then when you go back to your room you find out the house is full of lies in the kitchen, so many bugs. And your mother's upset that How come nobody noticed the door open. You're like, Oh, I saw the door open but I thought somebody must have opened it. Well, you should have found out because this is not something normal to have a door completely open. You understand it's not safe.

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But generally, we don't pay attention to these things. Or if we do pay attention, we don't do anything to solve the problem. Because we're too busy in ourselves. We're overly concerned about our own selves. This is not provide a character. The prophets were concerned for humanity. They were concerned for the well being for the welfare of others more than they were concerned about themselves.

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Than we see over here another thing about Musa alayhis salam about how he approaches the women and how he asks them. Is he shy to notice their need? Is he shy to go to them and ask

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them about what the situation is. No, he's not try and they're not silent and their response either we see a level of maturity in this interaction. Right. And this is something that we need to develop also the either we go to the extreme of non Muslim haram haram haram Muharram, from haram, you know, don't look, don't see don't talk don't show any concern nothing.

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Or we have the other extreme of

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Hi, brother, what's going on? Everything's good, you know, talking about things which are completely unrelated. Alright, as if being flirtatious. So these extremes, what do we see in this interaction? So normal? He doesn't go and ask them what you're doing over here. What brought you here? He just said Mahatma Bokova, what's the matter? Right? And they didn't shy away, oh, non Mahara men and go away and no, nothing very normally, our father is an old man. And we just wait for the gentleman to leave. And then we go and do our work.

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Then we also see the character of women, these two women over here, that these women are working in the field of men, basically, right? They're doing something that many men do.

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And can a woman do that? Yes, she can write, if there is a need, there is a necessity. And not just that. I mean, it's if it's a woman strength, why not? She's working in the field of men. But she's doing it without mixing with men, without mixing with men. Because you see over here, the women don't just say, oh, shepherds, they're strong. Well, you know what, we're also Shepherd women, or whatever the female version of that is, all right. And I'm not scared, I'm strong. So I'm gonna go right into them.

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I'm gonna go right into the crowd. No, they don't do that.

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They preserve themselves. And they maintain a level of self respect. And they demand respect from others by keeping this distance. Because remember, the moment you become too cool with somebody, they will also become too cool with you. Right? You have to set the limits, you have to set the bounds. All right. So we see these women, they're working in the field of men without mixing with the men. And yes, it may come with its problems that if they're waiting for the shepherds to leave, it might be too late, the water maybe almost finished. But losing one's higher, has much greater problems.

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Then we also see over here, that HYAH shyness is not just in one's attire, it's not just in one's clothing, but it is basically in one's manner. You know, Romanello aren't who he said about these women that they were not like, we're larger. Harada. Okay. Harada it's basically describing goats. Okay. I don't know if you've seen goats. But when they're in a crowd, they go from here to there and here to there. Okay, they don't stand still, first of all, okay, so her Raja one who goes out again and again, and going out everywhere. And Elijah, getting into everything and every crowd in the middle of the crowd? No, they're keeping themselves away from the crowd. They're not going in the

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middle of the crowd. All right, because when you go in the middle of the crowd, what's going to happen? Are you going to bump into somebody? Is somebody else gonna bump into you? For sure. It doesn't happen. Doesn't happen. It happens, right? So if you want to protect yourself, what do you do? What should you do?

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Keep yourself away. Keep a distance. And keeping a distance doesn't mean always sit at the back of the class. Alright? Or always sit on the side? No, it means you maintain a certain physical distance from the people that are around you, of course, if there are men, non Muharram men, so keeping a distance, all right, and sometimes that means you go early and find the best spot. And sometimes that means that you find a good spot that if somebody comes and sits right next to you, then you show that you're not 100% comfortable by moving a little bit away.

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But we have to do that if we want to preserve our honor.

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So what happened over here, first of all, so Musa alayhis salam he watered he gave water to who? To the flocks Lahoma for them to for who? For the two women. This is manliness

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that first of all, seeing that someone is in need and then not just seeing their need but doing something about it. He didn't just go there and chit chat with the girls and just hung out with them. No he went he asked them what the problem was and he did something about it fossa Allah Houma, some of them to Walla Illa. Willie, he went back to the shed

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He returned to the shade, meaning he went back and sat under some tree or something. Because he was done his task right there was no need for further interaction. There was no need to follow the girls or to stand with them or to talk to them more. No, he just watered their animals returned their animals and he went his way and they went their way. And when he went and sat he made Dorota for Carla. So he said Robbie Oh my lord in need indeed I Lima for that which whatever that is, and delta you send down a layup to me mean Hayden of any good? I am fucking

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I'm poor. I'm needy. I'm desperately in need of anything good that you can send my way. Amazing Dora. What is he saying over here? That Oh my Lord. I am fuckin in difficulties. I am needy.

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You know, sometimes we are needy. But we are so arrogant about it that we don't even want to admit our neediness. Musa Anna Suriname is admitting his fucking his poverty before Allah subhanaw taala I am faqeer Oh ALLAH Fatima for what Lima and Zelda Illa Yemen five,

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anything good that you can send my way. Anything meaning whether it is a lien or it is Kathy, whether it is a little bit or it is a lot? Being I am so poor. I could take anything. I could take anything you could send my way.

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What do we see over here? First of all about Musa Lisanna, we see that when he watered the animals for the girls. He does not demand a compensation from them. He doesn't say okay, this one sheep is mine.

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You understand? He doesn't demand a wage or any compensation for the favor that he showed them. He doesn't ask them for their number or their contact information, nothing like that. He did a favor. He did it Lilla Fila, and finished, he didn't expect anything from these girls. And this is true Hassan in a true good deed when it is done for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala to do a total stranger from whom you cannot expect anything in return.

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And you don't even demand anything in return. But he did do something nice, right? And then he expects from WHO? From Allah subhanaw taala.

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And, you know, when a person is alone, such that no one can help him no one at all. And at that time when he calls upon Allah, you know, this really brings a delight that is unmatched.

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Then we see over here the humility of most artists and he's saying I am filleted. He is expressing his absolute and total dependency on Allah azza wa jal

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and remember that the more we do that, the more chances there are of our doors being accepted. We have to show humility before Allah Shah him Allah. You know for example, if you want to learn how to recite the Quran, in your door, say Allah. I don't even know how to recite how to say how properly. Allah teach me you know, show your neediness, express your humility. And the more humility you show to Allah the more chances there are that Allah will give you express your needs, show your needs to Allah.

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And we must realize our neediness before Allah the fact that only He can give. We have to understand our poverty and His richness. We have to understand our neediness and his generosity.

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And we see that mozzarella Sana he says Lima and Zelda anything good that you can send I will accept it. I will take it because I am needy for it. So what happened for Java two, so she came to him who is that Houma one of the two girls after a while as he's sitting there, one of the two girls she comes to him them she she's walking from Michigan, she's walking Isla is the here

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with extreme shyness is the here is the here is from Hi Yaya and is the here is to have higher should the to hire observing grid modesty. So one of the girls one of the ladies she comes to Masada Sinha and how does she walk modestly? So her walk her manner, her speech, her disposition and everything. There was modesty, not vulgarity.

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She came modestly. Not in a vulgar way. Now remember the China's does not mean being afraid.

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Okay. You got the picture? Because we think shyness means and I'm looking down and not even looking up and kind of bringing in your shoulders and I'm afraid too

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even speak, shyness is not being afraid. Shyness is not lacking confidence. Okay? Higher, what is higher composure? What is higher it is dignity. It is gracefulness, it is balance. So she came walking with extreme higher or moral dilemma and who said that she came walking with HYAH putting her garment over her face, meaning that she didn't come with you know, her Xena expose? No, she came because she was going to talk to him it was going to be one on one interaction before how was it in a huge crowd and a huge momentum in a nurse, right? But here she was going to talk to him one on one. So she concealed herself covered herself as much as possible because after all, who was he? A

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non Muharram man, even though he was really nice man, but still who was he a total stranger. Right? And because of that reason, she observed complete modesty in front of him. Now remember that higher is from Iman and the prophets of Allah, they were the most shy.

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And this lady was also very shy. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said Verily from what was learned by the people from the speech of the earliest prophecy is, if you feel no shame, then do as you wish, meaning, the most ancient prophetic wisdom is what the statement that either Olympus 31st Nirma shifter, when you do not have shyness, then you do whatever you want, meaning that there is no limits. And the prophets Allah Allah Zina was a very shy person. This is how the Sahaba described him. So now when she comes to him, what does she say? Allah, she said, in OB, indeed, my father, you had the Ruka He's calling you, Lea Zika so that he can pay you He can give you desert he can give

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you a wage. I draw the reward meaning wage, for what mad that which sir eita Lana, you watered for us? Meaning you watered our flock for us today. Our father would like to pay you for that. What does this show? You see Musa Listen, I've never demanded a wage, did he? But who was he dealing with? A very dignified people who did not take favors or help for free. This is also prophetic character.

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All right, that this father of these two women, when he learned that his daughters were helped by a man, a stranger, who didn't even harass them, who didn't even take anything back, he wanted to show thanks to him. He wanted to pay him. He didn't want to take this favor for free. Because after all, he was a father of two girls. All right. And today, this man is showing favor. Tomorrow, he might demand something you understand. It might happen, not that Musar listen, I made any indication of that nothing at all. But it shows the dignity of the father that he didn't want to take a favor just like that. So he wanted to pay him. And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Zina was also like that

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he wouldn't like to take things just for free. You know, a gift is one thing, but a favor is another. Like for example, we learned that once the prophets Allah wa salam asked jab, it'll do a wonderful job at that time was very young. He was a teenager. And he asked him that I want to buy your camel. How much can I buy this for? And jab, little, little one who said he also loved take it for free. All right, take it for free and the Prophet sallallahu sallam said no, not for free. I want to buy it. All right, because if it was a gift Jevon would have given it without even the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asking the fact that the prophets Allah Sam is asking he doesn't want

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Jabra to feel that he's being pressurised into it right. And besides the prophets and also had a different plan anyway, so he asked him how much for and Jabra said whatever and the profits or loss instead. Okay, one DERA and Jabra Lauren said, no, not one. It's got to be more than that. Is that okay? to none, okay, three, the price kept increasing until it reached 40. So that was agreed upon. And the reason why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did that was because he wanted to buy the camel off of him. So the job would would make money. And he was also training Javid that this is how you make money.

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All right, bargaining. He's teaching him bargaining because Job his father had died in the battle off board. And Javale Dillo I knew had a lot of sisters to look after. All right. So anyway, the prophets of Allah Sam do not take it for free. And over here also we see that this man he did not take this help for free. What do I see over here Musa Salam is being called by someone in order to be paid. They just make dua that Allah anything good you send my way. I am needy Allah. He just made that doll and immediately his dua is accepted. He's been called by someone come I want to pay you. I want to give you something because you helped me today.

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Why is it that mozarella sometimes Dora is accepted so quickly? So quickly?

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Okay, he made the DUA right after doing a good deed Very good. Why else?

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Okay, he had complete trust and faith in Allah. Why else?

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Yes, he helped others and he helped them for the sake of Allah. So what do we learn when a person helps others then who helps him? Allah helps him. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said, that of the best deeds is to put a smile on the face of a believer to pay off his debt, to fulfill some need of his or remove some hardship from him. These are of the best deeds and other Hadees we learn that the Prophet sallallahu sallam said whoever removes a worldly grief from a believer, Allah who will remove from him one of the griefs of the Day of Resurrection. And whoever alleviates the need of a needy person, Allah who will alleviate his needs in this world and the Hereafter, meaning when a

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person helps another here, then Allah who will help him here and in the next life, and Allah who will aid his servant as long as his servant aids his brother, so Musa listen I'm helped someone and what did he receive immediately? The help of Allah azza wa jal so what happened for them Murgia who then when he came to him Musala Sam came to the father of the two girls Wakasa and he narrative I lay it on him a sauce, the nourish I mean, the whole story. Bala The man said latter half do not have any fear. Why? Because in the Jota, you have been saved mineral Comilla mean from the wrongdoing people Musa Listen, I've given told him his whole story, especially about the accidental

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murder and Fatone. And the man said, don't worry, you're safe here. So what is he doing? He is comforting him. He is calming him down. Because when a person is worried, what does he need? Comfort? What do we do? If a person is worried? We say go play? No, no talk to them. Comfort them. They need support. So he's giving them support and the best form of support is kind words. On the Houma, one of the two girls, she said, Yeah, Betty Oh, my father is the dude who hire him. Is that beautiful from Hamza Jima. And it's the job is to hire someone for a wage. Okay, hire someone and give them a wage in return engage on pay. He said, Oh, my father hire him. Because indeed hire our

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best Minister Jota. The person that you can hire is a way you'll Amin the strong and the trustworthy. The best person that you can hire is someone who is strong and someone who is trustworthy. Look at the woman she's so clever, intelligent, right? That this man, he's got nowhere to go. And he's a good man. He's shown us his strength. He's shown us his trustworthiness. So hire him. That's the best thing you can do father. And she says that the best one that you'll need is a we end. I mean, why you need because he himself was an old man. He couldn't do the work himself. He couldn't look after his flock himself. And he needed someone who would be a mean, who wouldn't cheat

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him, neither with respect to his property, nor with respect to his family.

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So what do we see over here mozarella son, now he's going to be offered a job. Okay. And with the offer of the job, he's also going to get the offer of marriage. What do we see?

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A gesture, one gesture of what showing concern, looking after Allah's creation, looking after Allah servants, that even though I myself am needy, at least I can do this little bit. I should do whatever little that I can. And when a person does the little that he can, then what will happen? Allah subhanaw taala will open ways for him, Allah who will help him Allah will create ease for him. And this is one of the best ways of coming out of sadness and grief, showing mercy to others. Because the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, that show mercy to others and the one in the sky, he will show mercy to you, in a humble man fell out. Right? And the 1/5 summer, he's going to show

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mercy to you.

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May Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to really look beyond ourselves in life, that we're not the only one suffering. We're not the only ones hurting. We're not the only ones hungry. We're not the only ones tired. We're not the only one sleepy. There are others also. And when I reach out to help others, that Allah

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POUND DOLLAR will help me

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