Taleem al Quran 2012 – P22 231D Tafsir Ya-Sin 10-12

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The importance of warning people about fear and the use of "fitness" in the context of reality is discussed, including the recording of actions and deeds on a main road. The speakers emphasize the importance of considering one's actions and setting examples for others to reflect their actions to avoid confusion and loss. The segment also touches on the recording of actions and the impact of actions on people's bodies and their culture, including negative comments and actions. The importance of promoting good things for others to benefit their bodies and their environment is emphasized. The segment ends with a statement from the host to reassure listeners that their actions are being recorded and that they are being taken care of.

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Once our own and it is same, it is equal or lay him on them meaning on such people, it is the same and they'll go home whether you warn them I'm London their home or you do not warn them, lie you me know when they shall not believe it is the same whether you warn them or you do not warn them. You instill fear in them or you don't, nothing will affect them, the endow will not benefit them. Why? Because of their pride because of their stubbornness, because the warning is evident. Those who wish to take heed for them the warning is sufficient, but a person who doesn't wish to listen, then no matter how much he is warned, no matter how much advice is given, it's of no use in total Bacara it

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is said in Alladhina Cafaro so are on our lay him and Dr. Han M lamingtons. At home law you may known then who who will follow guidance who will accept it. Who is it that warning will benefit him? Allah says in nama 10 Zero indeed you can only warn indeed only don't zero you can warn. Which person money tab is the camera, the one who follows the VIX. What is the VIX? The VIX is the Quran as Allah subhanaw taala says, we're in the hula the crow laka Will you call me coulombic?

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Likewise, in Nana, Luna Zelner vichara. The Quran is described as Vic, so you can only warn the person who follows the vicar. What does it mean by the what's the meaning of the word vicar, reminder or message and that is what the Quran is. It's advice. It's reminder that has mentioned of the past and the future. It has the mention of the afterlife, it has mentioned off laws, and it's also a source of mentioned and honor.

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So the person who follows this victory, how does he follow it? How does he pursue it? By believing in it? And also by acting upon it by taking it accepting it? So the one who pursues the Quran as in he believes in it, he accepts it. He follows it. And while Hushai Allah man I believe, and he fears the Most Merciful in the unseen, then this person warning will definitely benefit him.

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First Quality is he follows the vicar the second quality is crunchy on Walkman, I believe Hushai from the word kashaya. What does Hashem mean? Fear. Hope is also fear.

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Remember that Cove is fear that is because of the weakness of the person who is afraid.

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Right? cough is due to one's own weakness, a person feels hope because he's weak. Right? Like for example, there could be a person who's afraid of a fly. Even though a fly doesn't bite. It cannot steal anything from you, but they're afraid of a fly. Why? Because of the weakness that is in them. So what word will we use over there? hoef All right. I mean, if a person is afraid of a bee, that's understandable, a wasp that's understandable butterfly, you understand. So that is weakness were here. So hope is used has Shia on the other hand, is fear due to the greatness of the one who is being feared.

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Meaning a person understands and knows who the other is. And this is why he fears him.

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In NEMA Yaksha Allah mean everybody here are Allama over there also the word Questia is used. They're afraid of Allah, the old Lama the knowledgeable servants are afraid of Allah because they have knowledge of Allah they know they understand who Allah is. So while Hashem Raha man, I believe he is afraid of the Most Merciful imagine, he's afraid of the Merciful One. Because he knows that where Allah is the most merciful, He is also who and beside ally ally. He is also Allah disease. So this is why he fears him, and how does he fear him believed in the unseen, as in when the servant is alone, nobody's there.

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He's still afraid of Allah because he knows that Allah is watching him.

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Or believe also means that

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When Allah isn't the light meaning the servant has not seen Allah, he hasn't spoken to Allah, but still he fears alone.

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This person will be affected by the warning. As in such a person will wake up, he will come out of his heedlessness, Allah says febest Should who so give him good news. BMO Philippine of forgiveness what Edgerton Karim and a reward that is noble in a home in a residence that is noble, the home of honor. And where's this Jana Edgerton Karim specifically is referring to their award in the hereafter. Because their award of the dunya no matter what it is, no matter how much it is, I mean, it may bring one some honor, but it's not really fully Kareem, the reward of the Hereafter is always a crumb, it is all as I said, it's more beautiful. It's more beneficial, it's more enjoyable

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compared to the reward of the dunya.

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So in this idea, what is illustrated, what is mentioned that the warning of the messenger will only benefit those who are willing to change. Warning should be offered to everyone. But those who benefit from that warning are described in Soto Arla is eight and nine Allah says for that kid in the fight is the crow saya that karo my Yaksha the one who fears will take benefit he will take the reminder intro to the area Daya 55 Allah says whether kid for in vitro 10 feral, meaning remind for the reminder benefits the believers

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True Knowledge creates humility and fear. It wakes a person up it makes him alert even when he is alone. It brings him up in even though he has not seen with his own eyes. True knowledge leads to action. This is why Allah says in the mail Shala hum in regard to hear oh lemma for such people. Allah says Baba Sheila who be mo Philippine well Edgerton cutting, give him the good news of forgiveness and reward first forgiveness and then reward but those who remain sleeping until when will they remain in the state for Allah says in indeed we now know we know he'll Mota, we shall bring life to those who are dead. We will resurrect who the Malta Malta is a plural of the word may

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hit, meaning every dead being will be brought to life by who by Allah.

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So those who are choosing to remain in heedlessness arrogant and stubborn in their denial, behaving like animals, refusing to budge refusing to pay attention refusing to even think and consider

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Until when will they remain like this? Do they not have to go back to Allah in national or hail Malta. Allah says We shall bring the dead to life we will resurrect them. And now one up to boo and we record mount a double what I thought a home what they have put forth and what they have left behind mouth but the most of them are you a demo to send ahead to send forward meaning what they have put forth the actions that they have done, they have committed whether good or bad.

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We are recording their actions which actions those actions that make up the more they have done. What SRO home and we are also recording there I thought I thought is a plural off a thought. And what does it mean? A thought is basically the remains of something that has gone

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like for example a person

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walked on the snow

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all right, they step out of their house and they walk to their car and there were snow the person is gone

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once they're gone does something remain

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what footprints so the footprints are the Athol

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you understand a person walks on sand on the beach, they're gone. But then what is seen after them their traces the marks that they left behind

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all right, this is a thought so what I thought our home and also what they have left behind that is also being recorded.

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What Kula che in and everything. Meaning everything without exception, besides the actions of the servants also everything obviously now we have

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enumerated it fee mm and more been in a clear register or suena, who from the word Air Assault ear saw means loved to record? His saw is used for pebbles alright because the Arabs remember there were unlettered people, they wouldn't write. They wouldn't do maths sums in order to or they wouldn't write the numbers. If they were counting what would they use pebbles and basically it's the word airslot is used for meticulously recording something. So color shading actually now everything we have recorded with detail where fee Imam mobian in a clear register, the word Imam literally is that which is followed.

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This is why the imam in Salah is followed in Salah when he says Allahu Akbar, then we say Allahu Akbar, right in Nigeria and Eman the tama V Imam has been made so that he is followed.

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But the word Imam is also used for a road,

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a road, a major road, a major highway. Why, because that is also followed, meaning you take the main road as opposed to little side streets,

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isn't it because it takes you straight to where you have to go, as opposed to little side streets where you have to keep turning right and left and then you know, figure your way out Get lost many times in the way, right. So Imam is also used for a main road. And the word Imam is also used for a book or a record or that which is written.

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Because firstly, when we are reading something that's written, we're following the words, right? We're following. We follow one line after the other, as in we read in an order, right? And then secondly, generally, when a person read something, he ends up following it. Right. And generally, your person would read something in order to follow it. Like for example, why would you read a recipe if you're not going to follow it? Right? Even if you take 10% of it, you don't follow it? Exactly. You got some idea from it, which you follow it. So the word Imam over here doesn't mean leader. It doesn't mean road. What does it mean?

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What does it mean? record book, a book that is more been? Which book is this? Which record? Is this? The lower phone my fools?

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Let's look at this ayah again, Allah says in national not he'll moto indeed, surely we are going to bring the dead to life.

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People will return to us.

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The dead shall certainly be resurrected. No person can escape. Secondly, we're not tubal Malka, dunhua Thora home, we are recording whatever deeds the servants have done, and whatever deeds they have left behind. All that the servants are doing is being recorded. As Allah says in the Quran, we're in gnarly Camilla Havoline kilchoman Khyati been and thirdly we're Kula che in our Selena who feet imam in will been. Everything is written in Allah's record, from when from before, as we learned that the first thing Allah created was the pen. And Allah commanded the pen to write the Ben said what? And Allah ordered it to write everything that was to happen. So even what is happening at

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this very moment, where we are sitting, how we are sitting, what we are looking at what we're thinking of everything

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about us every detail, obviously now. It's precisely recorded, meticulously written, were in Allah's register. Fee man, ma'am, Mr. Bean. Why is this being said? Because those who are heedless, not bothering to pay attention to the truth. They're being warned that what do you think, you think you can somehow escape? You think you can somehow get away? No, you cannot. Once you die, you will be brought back to life and then there will be all of this proof, written proof of what you did.

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written proof of what you did.

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If you look at this, if you notice how many times we is mentioned, the royal we is mentioned. Firstly, Inna, then, no, no. Then Natasha ye

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and then nuk to boo and then

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are slain now who five times the royal we is mentioned. Truly all greatness is for Allah. It doesn't fit the human being to be arrogant.

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Now what do we see in this ayah

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all of man's D

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needs are being recorded. Firstly, everything was recorded from before anyway.

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In the low hand muffles in the Imam will been in the multi tab and then as a person is performing any action or he's leaving behind anything that is also being recorded. So where kind of person Ron How can he escape? How can he pretend in solitary jafria i Are 29 It has mentioned hair that keytab guna young thequality can bill help in con Nana Stanciu McClinton, Tom Malone. We were having recorded everything that you were doing

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into Zoho fire at Allah says Amir Simona Anna Lana SmartWool Scylla one a DUA. Do the people think that we don't know. We don't hear what they say in their private conversations and what they say in their whisperings we know Bella while we're still on Isla de umiak to Boone, of course, our messengers are right there angels are right there regarding everything. Now, we see that man's deeds are of two types, or they are divided into two categories over here. Secondly, mapa de mu, what they have sent ahead what they have put forth, meaning whatever a person has done in his life, whatever has been deposited in the ACO account, you could say, whether it is good or it is bad, whether it is

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a little or a lot. For example, when we speak,

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our speech is recorded.

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when we do something, it is recorded.

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When we eat when we walk

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when we pray

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when we sleep.

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Honestly now, with precise detail, how many minutes, how many hours, how many seconds, the location, the time, the duration, every detail is recorded? Mount a demo and not just a demo. But secondly, what on earth our home,

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our Thau the impressions that are left by us.

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The impressions that we leave, basically, our legacy,

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I thought can be understood in a number of ways. Firstly, the impact of our deeds.

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You see, whenever we do something, when we say something, does it have an impact?

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Does it for example, if we throw a rock,

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we throw a rock in the water? Does it have an impact? It does. What's the impact? What's the effect, you see the ripples in the water, right, and the rock goes in the water and then it's settled somewhere.

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Every action of ours has some impact either on the people around us or on this planet. Sometimes it has a good impact. And many times it has a bad impact.

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And sometimes it's just useless. We're just producing waste. We're neither benefiting or harming, just losing ourselves along the way. That's what we are doing. Our words our speech.

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They affect those who listen, our interaction, the way we engage with somebody the way we interact with somebody that leaves an impact on them, our display of anger, it has an impact, our laughter, our words, our silence, they do have an impact on those who are around us.

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And we need to think about it. That when I act when I walk when I say when I love when I show anger when I yell when I remain silent, what impact is it having?

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What impact is it having?

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this impact is also understood as what we have left behind as an example. We say something, somebody up picks up on that word, and then they say it. We do something. Somebody picks up on that action and then they do it. We wear something, somebody notices what we wore. And then they were to

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we drive in a particular way. Somebody gets inspired by that way and they do the same thing.

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Isn't this true that we take inspiration for what we do from who from those who are around us?

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This is a

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were led to see basically, we need to see, whatever we are doing, what manner what behavior, what work, what words, are we promoting. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, whoever starts something good, will have a reward for it. And a reward equal to that of everyone who does it after him.

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Whoever starts something good in Islam, anyone good practice a good tradition?

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Like, for example, reviving a sunnah. All right, and he does it, and then other people pick up on it, and they do it also. So the person who started it, the person who initiated it, he's gonna get the reward for what he did, and also for the trend that he set. And because of the trend that he said, whoever did that action after him, he's gonna get the reward of those people also. And whoever starts or sets an example of something evil in Islam will bear the burden for that, and a burden equal to that of everyone who does it after him without that detracting from their burden in the slightest. Many times, we think that our actions, our statements are only relevant to us, you know,

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we do it, it's just written for us. But the fact is that majority of the time when we do say something, somebody is picking up on it, you know, it may be a one year old child, it may be the neighbor, it may be somebody outside, maybe somebody who read something you wrote, read something you shared online, because this is both tangible and intangible.

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We need to think about it, we will not just be held accountable for what we have done, but also for the trends that we have set for the examples that we have set for the legacy that we are leaving behind. So much so that even when a person has died, he's gone. But people are still following his example. They're still doing that action, whether good or bad. It's coming in his record. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, When the Son of Adam dies, all his deeds come to an end. Now he cannot pray, he cannot recite the Quran, he cannot make dua himself all his actions, they stop, except for three things.

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First knowledge, which he taught that is beneficial to others. So he taught some knowledge, he passed it on he preserved it, he wrote something, thought something like for example, a woman teaches her child how to recite Surah Fatiha, she dies. But the child is still reciting Surah Fatiha.

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A father teaches her daughter, the meaning of the Quran, that father has died. But the daughter keeps teaching.

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He's died, he cannot teach anymore. But his child is teaching. As long as the child is teaching, the person who is dead, he gets the reward. This is his authority. Secondly, a righteous child that prays for him, because a person in his grave cannot make dua for himself. So what's the authority that he has left behind him, a righteous child, in whom he instilled the fear of God, in whom he instilled the love of Allah, the love and respect for people. So even when the parent is gone, the child makes dua for that parent. And thirdly, an ongoing charity which he leaves behind sadaqa jariya. Like, for example, for example, planted a tree, he's gone,

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but the air is constantly being purified. Alright, animals and birds and so many creatures that benefit the environment benefits from it. So who's getting the reward for it? The person who is in his grave?

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This is a thought, we need to think about this. What are our thoughts? Are we leaving behind us? What are we investing for ourselves, that when we die, we're lying in our graves, the edge is still coming, what can we do? What kind of charity can we give? What kind of good knowledge can we promote? What kind of children can we raise, so that when we are gone, the reward keeps coming?

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I thought

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is also understood as the impressions that a person leaves on others.

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Meaning when a person dies, then people talk about him.

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Does it happen?

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So what is it that people say about him? Is it something good? Is it something positive? Is it something bad? Even that matters? Because people will only say something good if we have left a good impression on them? If we have touched them in a good way

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And many times, we can hear people saying bad things about those who have died. Why? Because they suffered a great deal of abuse and hurt from those people. So even though they're gone, they cannot help but say something negative.

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So what impression Are we leaving on people that when we die? What kind of words are they going to say about us? How are they going to describe us? How are they going to talk about us? How are in what words are they going to remember us?

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Yes, that Ibrahim alayhis salam, even though he's gone, but Allah subhanaw taala preserved good mentioned for him. Right. Good name, good mention of him. Amongst the later generations 1000s of years have gone, but still today. Ibrahim Ernestina in every salah, what do we mention Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad, wa ala early Muhammad in karma Synlait tharla Ibrahim,

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then I thought is also understood as literally the footsteps the footprints

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of a person when he walks to someplace in order to do something.

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Because you see the Earth

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the objects are the things that we use, on which we do something the earth the land on which we walk, the place where we sit, even that is taking an earth off. Because on the Day of Judgment, the Earth will speak Yeah, we'll even your head this will

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be another a Becca Oh Ha ha. The Day when the earth will tell its news. It will narrate its news, the Earth will speak that on me this person sat and did this person stood and did this this person walked

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in a hadith we learned that the tribal Bonnaroo selama they used to live a little far from the masjid

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and they intended to move a little closer to the masjid. So that the walking distance would be reduced.

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But you see what the walking distance being reduced? What would that mean? The steps would reduce and when it stops being reduced, that means there will be a slight reduction in the reward also because the effort is reducing.

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So what happened? In a hadith an assessor will say how we learn this idea was revealed and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, indeed your footprints are recorded. And so he told them, our les Coleman asila come stay in your homes, don't move don't relocate. Why, for in nama took double Eartha Wukong for indeed your footsteps are recorded in your Hasan ads. Every time you walk that long walk to the house of Allah to worship there to study his book there. Every step is recorded in the way of Allah. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said when a person performs will do and goes to the masjid, then every step that he takes to the masjid, a good deed is recorded

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in its place. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also said he who goes to the masjid for Salah. Then for each step he takes a sin is erased. A good deed is recorded. And the same applies for going and returning from the masjid being the whole round trip. The walk to the masjid and the walk back from the masjid in Surah Totoaba 120 Allah subhanaw taala says Mercan le el Medina tea woman How will a humble Arabi a yet a holla forward was Sula wala Yoruba will be unfussy him I never see that it doesn't benefit the people of Medina and those around them. That they remain behind from the Messenger of Allah meaning when the messenger of Allah goes for some expedition, they must join him.

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They must accompany him. Why? Because Valley could be under Humla you see boom, llama on wala Nasaan wala MK muscle tone feasable Allah, wa ala Yato ona motely earn. Several things are mentioned over here that nothing reaches them of thirst or fatigue, of hunger, in the way of Allah and they don't take any step.

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And the eye continues and in the end, Allah says Illa cootie Bella, whom Biggie Ahmed and slowly for every moment of thirst, for every breath that a person takes in in the mouth dries up for every moment of hunger. For every step he takes in the way of Allah, for every pain and tiredness that he feels in his feet or in his legs or anywhere in his body. He's taking that step in the way of Allah kuchibhotla Humbly here Amen.

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Silent, a good deed is written for him. These are the author of

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Malka damoh What I thought on home

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exactly, yes when a person performs Salah he performs such that somewhere

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the sujood that he performed somewhere the earth is taking is keeping record Yo Ma Eden to have the two Akbar Raha

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I read her narration rally Rajon who he would try to pray in as many different places as possible, like on his travels, because and then when he would leave the place, you'd be like, Inshallah, you're going to be like, a hill with me on the day like I witnessed for me on the day of judgment that I prayed here.

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And in the month of Ramadan, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would be more charitable than the fast wind. All right, the fast wind, why is this description use because when the wind blows, and it's blowing really fast, it doesn't leave anything untouched, isn't it? It even comes in to your house through the windows, isn't it? It touches everything. And this is how much sadaqa the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave, in every way possible. Every opportunity he availed, because every other is recorded.

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Salam Alaikum, I was thinking this when he was telling us about the author and all these things. It's just like somebody put in camera in us all our life, and this movie will play in depth. It's really embarrassing. Me, Allah forgive us. And we have to erase it now before we die. Because to watch that movie in front of Allah, subhanaw taala Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam really embarrassing, we have to race now by giving us further by doing this so far. And by doing good deeds,

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because really, if my demo is recorded, and then what I thought of them is also being recorded. It's like from every angle, a person is under surveillance.

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We think we are free. We are not.

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We are Allah servants.

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We think we can say what we want, we can do what we want.

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But we are under examination, we are under surveillance, where every word, every step,

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every behavior, every action is being monitored, and it will count.

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So like,

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I have two brothers, my youngest brother has a serious disability, he has autism. So I used to do, I used to spend time with Him and do some programs with him before I got married. And I used to wonder, like, who's going to do this with him after I got married.

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never imagined that my other brother would do that. Because I never expected anything like that from him.

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After I got married, he used to do the same things I used to do with him. And I thought that how can I influence how could I have left such a big impact on him that he's doing the exact same things I did with him. And he used to ask me how I was doing those things with him I how I used to do the programs with him. When I when he was never really involved before and after I got married like it just you you leave a legacy and you don't know that you have an influence on people around you. What you do.

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Every action matters. every word matters. So we should always think

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before we do something, before we say something, because if it's something good and it's picked up on inshallah more and more has an ad, but if it's something bad, and that is picked up on and that continues. That's the worst thing that could happen.

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Then sort of the comma if 52 and 53. Allah says Waku Lucia, ye in Farah law who feasible what could Lusa lead in? Waka be it in most data? Everything they did, is written, everything small and big is recorded. In surah Qiyamah Hyah 13 Allah says unit by all insane who yo mama Eden Bhima Adama what a horror that day man will be informed of that which he did, and that which he left behind.

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In total infant thought I have five Allah says Alima turnips son, Mao for damnit, what a Herat. Every soul will know what it did and what it left behind.

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and we need to see what we are doing right now. Is it something that we will be proud of when we see it? Or will it be a source of embarrassment when we see it let's listen to the recitation of these verses

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you mean

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the old man is dead on Victrola.

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Man I believe that machines will be no Fiat you

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can be seen in man, no, no he'll know.

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This realization that

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every action is being recorded, every impact of my actions is also being recorded. This is something that makes a person wash your rock man I believe this is what makes a person alert such that he begins to fear the most merciful even when he's alone.

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My last panel autonomy because amongst those who are worthy of this guidance, the smartphone era and didn't Kareem

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panic alone behind the shadow Allah ilaha illa and as the Hirokawa to Willeke AsSalamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh